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THE "AUGrTJS, THURSDAY, AITftu&T 14, 1902.
3 41 1 1 I l I 1 1 1 11 1 1 I 1 1 1 '!' Cit in Price Sale. Everything must go. Vte liaven't the space to mention our numerous bargains, but here are a few we quote you: Men's Oxfords, $3 grade, 'at "$2.25 Men's Oxfords, $2.50 grade, at i JJ&ioO Men's Oxfords, $2 grade, at $1.65 Men's Oxfords, $1.50 grade, at $1.15 Ladies' Oxfords, $2 grade, at $l!49 Ladies' Oxfords, $1.75 grade, at $1.35 Ladies' Oxfords, $1.50 grade, at .....$l!l5 Ladies' Oxfords, $1.25 grade, at ggo Children's Oxfords and Slippers at any price. Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes cut in same proportion. ! i George F. Schmale, Prop. ,1705 Second Avenue. I Special Summer Wine SaJe $ Z For 0110 moiitli, from Au;'. 1 to Sopt. 1 wo will ' Jfc sell, just to introduce our stock to tlio iHJOple, a oO cent bottle of line Claret or Port wine for 2o 1 cunts. Tliis makes a line summer tliink. Don't wa.it bit come in now Z and see ovir stock. ! SIMON LEWIS, 2 Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue. 5 ' - THK TBATELERS' GC1DE. CHICAGO. RjCK ISLAND & Pacific Rallwsy Tickets can be purchased St City T'cket office. 1811 Second ave noe, or C, R. I SP- depot Fifth avenue f fH)t of Tbirty tcrl& branch depot. fvt o: first tri i wenileth street Frok H- Mummer, O. P. A. TRAINS EAST. WEST Lteuver limited A. Omaha., t 3:45 ami '-Ww n Ft. Worth, Denver & K C t 4:39 an ftl0:.?0 pro M'nneapoUs t 5:50 am 8:20 pm Davenport Chicago t 7:H ir;t 7:i0 pir tout aba & Minneapolis . 1 12:45 an 3:iX in Colomdo & Omaha 1:20 pm t 9:53 pm D-s Moines & Omaha 12:6 am t 9:25 am Denver, Lincoln & Omaha 3:40 am t 8:00 am Des Molnea Express i 2:15 pm t 6:52 n St. Paul St klneapolls 8:40 am t 9 25 pm Denver. Ft. Worth & K C 4:34 ao tl0:30 pre JKansasCUy.StJoeACaUt fl:10 pm.t 6:30 am IRoclt lsland& Washington, 1:C pn t 8:2ft pm Chicago & DesMolies it 2:15 pm $ 8:20 pm Rook Island St Brooklyn Ac 6:35 pm t 7:40 am torn aha St Rock Island.. .. 5:5 pro 9 25 am El Pasot San Francisco. .'t OfOpm tl2:5 pm C dar Kpid-s Tip' on 110:40 am t 4:30 pm BOCK ISLAND AND PBOBIA DIVISION Trains leave Twentieth "treet station Main line iraii.s start from mMn depot on Fifth avenue iO minutes 'n advance of time given. THAI SS. "i eorla. Sprlr.gSeld. St. L., Indlacepolls. Cincinnati. Peoria. Springfield, Indian apolis. CinclnnatLBloom lngton, St Louis Peoria Express Peoria, Indianapolis. Cin cinnati. Bloomlogton.... Cable Accommodation.... baerrard Accommodation ABRIVB 8:05 am 9 41 pm 1:45 pm 5:55 pm t":35 vm 11:15 am 8 45 am tS:15 am' $l:S5pm 5:30 pmi i 5:20 ptu 1 4:88 am Cable et snerrara ccum Cable & Sherrard Acvm . , , nt1v TAAnfc Si 11 n- fl:iy. Phone West 1093, West 1128, West 1423. CHICAGO, BURLXNGTON & Quincy Depot Second avenue and Twentieth street. M. J. YOUNG, Agent. FRANK A. HART Is Passsenger Agent. HT ABBIVS 86:t0 am S:35 am t8:50 am t8:35 am t2 t0pm tl2:Il pm s755pm 7-10 pm t7:25 pm t7:10 pm 46:20 am rSO pm s7:40pm 8.25 am t7 00 am 7:00 pm s7.00 am 7:O0 pm TRAINS. St. Louis. Sprlngfleld. Gale&burg, Peoria and Oulncv Sterling. Mendota and Chicago. Peoria, Beards town, Bur lington, Denver and West. St. Louis, Kansas City. Denver and Pacific Coast Sterling and points in-! termeaiate East Moline (suburban). -Dubuque, Clinton, La Cross", t Paul, Minn. and N. W....; Clinton, Dubuque, and LaCros e Clinton and Intermediate s Stop at lock Island 25 minutes for meals, Dally. tDaily except Sunuaj. Telephone 1180. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE St St. Paul Railway. D., R. I. & N. W. passenger sta tion at foot of Seventeenth street. George W. Wood, agent. The trains for Du buque and points north run via Illinois aide of river. VAuh Trains for Freeport a&d Milwaukee will run via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna. All trains will connect at Savanna for points east and west. TRAINS. LEAVE ARRIVE Dubuque and St. Paul Pas senger Accommodation Dubuque and St. Paul Pas senger Milwaukee Express Freeport Express 70 am 10:15 am 4:00 pm 7:00 am 11:40 am 11:15 am 9:15 pm 9:15 pm 4:'ft pmi 11:40 am All trains dally except Bunday Notice of Publication Chancery. State of Illinois, l Rock Island County, f In the circuit court. To the Septemb?r trm A. D., 1902. Charles Hayes vs. Cornell Hayes. In chan cery. No 5.07. Affidavit of the non-residence of Cornelia Hayes, the above defendant, having been tiled la the clerk's - office of the circuit court of said county, notice Is therefore hereby given to tha said non real lent de fendant that the complainant filed hU bill of complaint In tald court, on the chancery eii ihcronr nn the 19th dav of Ju.y. a. D. 1C02. and that thereupon a summons is sued out of Said court, wnerein saia suit i nnv- minillnc. returnable on the t' Ird MoniUv n the month of September next, as is by law required. Now, unless you. toe saa non-resiaent ueicuuaat uu named, Cornelia Hayes, shall Dersonally be and appear before said circuit court on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at Rook Island In and for the said county, 01 the third Monday in September next, and plead, answer. - or demur to toe saia complainants oui or coxpnum, the same and tLe matter and things toereln charged and stated will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered against you, according to me prayer or saia ma. Geo row W. Gamble Clerk. Rock Island. IllinoU. July 29. 1902 - Ludolph & heyDo.ds, Co a' plain ants' S jllcltcrs All the news all the time The Daily Argus. tH 1 I Hill I 111 I I IIHIUH ! TIIK STEAMERS. T UPPER niAMOXD JO LINE STEAMERS For - Clinton, Dubuque, St. Paul and points between Steamer DUBUQUE. Aug. 15. 10 a. m. For Muscatine, Burlington. Keokuk, (juin cy, St. Louis and points Lietween Steamer QUINCY, Aug-. 15. 9 a.m. For passenger and freight rates Inquire of Offlce 115 Seventeenth Street. Tel. Wert 1105. ACME PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton and all points between. Steamer CITY OF WINONA Every afternoon at 3:15. CARNIVAL, CITY PACKET CO. For Mus catine. New Boston. Keithsburg, Oquaw ka and Burlington. The steamer HELEN BLAIR Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4 p. m. The steamer W. J. YOUNG Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11:30 a. m. .. Arriving in Burlington at 8:1a p. m. n .v vr-.,c-at1n nn thi TTplpn 1 dl Lftll f U ... ..... - " " t. i : . . vrxnHav IWilnpulav and Fr 1J 1 1,1 i A L L. "I. .u v uuu, ' - - day and return on the W.J. Young at 11: p. m., same uay "After I was Inilarxd to try CASfA- PETH, I will never Im withont them in the honne. ily liver wan in a very bal hapi-. and my head a. -Vied an J I had momai-h tronhle. Now. ainre tak init Cawareta. I fi-el fine, ily wife has also used them with beneficial reantfa for mr ntnmarh." Jos. Kbehuno, Congress St., St. Louis, Mo. Pleanant. Palatabl". Potent, Tante OooA. Do Good, Never fcioken. Weaken or Gripe, 10c, 2x, 60c CURE CONSTIPATION trrnT Besed j ComlMtnr, Cfctauro, Batreal, Sew Tr. 31 f (in Tft DIO PoM and rnrntomi by all ln HU'IU'UAU gista to CIKK Tobacco Habit. rug. CHEAP RATE E WEST AND SOUTHWEST, OXLV ONE FARE PLUS $2. x . Augist 5, 19. Also very low excursion rates to Col orado, Utah and California points. Let me arrange a pleasant itinerary ior your vacation trip. . H. D. MACK, Santa Fe Gen. Agent, 210 Eighteenth street. Bock Island. ' Phone West 1268. Sour Stomach BEST FOR FJ Vk THE BOWELS a yaCANDt CATHARTIC -" MM XCURSIONS PUBLIC BENEFACTION is the Latest Combination Under tne Incorporation Laws of Jersey State. HAD L CHOICE OF ALTEENATIVES Did the Harvester Men, and Took Ibe One That licnelited the Grnnp;cr. New York, A up. 14. The ineorpora- tors of the International Harvesters company, article of Incorporation for which were tiled Tuesday in Jersey tUty, yesterday made public a state ment which says in part: "The Inter national Harvesters coiimany has been organized under the law-of New Jer sey with n capital stock of $120.000,. Wh, to manufacture and sell harvest ing machinery. It has purchased the proiH-rty and business of the follow ing manufacturers: The McCorinlck Harvesting Machine company; Deering Harvester ocmuany: Piano Mnnufnc TODAY'S MARKETS Chicago, Au ,'. 14. Following are the open ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations la today's markets: Wheat. Aug., 70i: 7CK: ?'; To', Sept., ei!: TO, ; Wi: lV Dec, ti7Hiio7 ,; e"y; G6'4; bti -. Corn. Aug., ....: ....: .... Sept.. 62',Ct.V.'Ji; 5-'S: 5IH: MS Dec. 4IHtfWai 41-: ll':4l!4 Data. Aug.. 26: 2AH SC Sept.. lti-,;27; Otis; 2tv Dec, new, -U, -'9?,; 2 ; S8?i . I'ork. Aug.. 1S.I5: 15.1h: IS 15. 15.1S Sept.. 16.0O: 10 l-i; 15 t5: 1CU5 Jan., 14.-0(iH.; H.i-J; H.M; 11 CO Lard. Aug., 10 20; 10 20; 10 2)1: 10.20 Sept.. I0 3731J.45: lO.SO: 10 30; 10 30 Jan., .27, 8 Ji, 8.20, 8 20. Kiba. Aug. 0 60: O.CO: 9.60: D U Sept.. V.MTca.K; ."0: W.47; B.62. Jan,. 7.50; 7.46: 7.40: 7.4J Receipts todav: Wheat 279 corn 61. oats 3i8. Uogs -Co. ooo. cattle B.too, sheep 13,100. moks leit over Hog market opened 5c lower. Light. (0 407.10; mixed and butch ers. M.5?,7 20: good heavy, tC.loi27.tO; rough heavy, fG.auae.tio. Cattle market opened steady. Sheep market opeued steady. Union stock yards 8:40 a. ra. Hog market opened montlv 10c lower. Light, ft x.Yg.7.00: mixed and butchers, 6 45 &7. 15; good heavy, t;.25&7.l5; rough heavy, e.2V?t..5. Cattle market opened steady to a shade loer. Beeves (4.40&8.BO. cows and heifers 11.75 6.00. Texas titeem i3M(6 50. stockers and feeders (2.6kr5.ao. westerns $ I 0136.70. Sheep market opened slow and generally stead v. Hog market closed weak. Light, W.3.Vi7 00: mixed and butchers. Ift 45 A'.io: eood heavv. S.20L7.15: roueh heavv. a.2:Vfifl.oo. Cattle market closed dull and weak. Sheep' market closed -troug. Estimated receipts Fridar: Wheat 3?0. corn 40, oats 2U0, hogs.15.ooo. w York Stocks. New York. Aur. II. The following are the closing quotations on the New York stock exrhanee: So.Pa-lnc"I, sugar 133! C.AA.com. 43. f ..,, l-euna. lr'i. L. a. O. lil'S. o. rt.. 1. & t4'4.C. M. & St. Paul ISA. Manhattan l.ib, ciBc Mail 40-. Atchison com . 03',, W. TJ. Tel. Co. T3. N. Y. Central 164S,. L. & N. l'IS. H. It. T. 67i4. Kde. cor". leather com. 13, copper 53i, Atchisc n pfd. los. U. s. steel pia wvt. u. s. sieti common 40?i, Missouri Vacitic 119. Union Paciac common P": coal and iron ts. Krle common 3fs. Wab ish ptd 47',. Wabash com ... Can Pa cific 13s. Republic steel common 19, Ke publi : Steel pfd. 76'. LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. Today's Quotations oo Provisions, l.lvs Stock. Feed and FaeL Iiock Island, Aug. 1 1. A great deal of pro duce has been coming into market during the past week. Farmers have in most cases either finished harvesting and threshing or else given up the attempt to do so. and they are hauling the remainder of last year's crop to market. The new hay that comes in shows the effect of the weather and the price has suffered. Corn l-t also down an 1 oa'-s are off 10 cents. Hay and grain are somewhat slow. Following are the wholt sale quotations in today's markets: Provisions. Butter Creamery 22c. dairy l"c. Eggs Fresh 17c. Live Douitrv-Sprlnsr chickens 13.60 to 13 per dozen, hens 8c per pouud. v egetaoies roiamw. Fruit Apples 50c to 75c per bushel. Live Stock. Cattle Steers I4.5J to 17.00. cows and heifers 12.00 to t5.50. calves 15.50 to fci.oo Hogs Mixed and butchers ftt.50 to 7 Jo Sheeo Yearllntrs or over, per cwt. 150to 16 oo. Lambs per bead f5 00 to 17.00. Feed and FneL Grain Corn B5rtj70c. oats 50c. trnraoe Timothv hav new. I0 to I2. prai rie nay I0. clover hay (11, baled prairie 112, baled timothy f 13. Wood uara, per ioaa m.du. Coal Lump, per bushel 12c slack, per bushel 7c H. J. TOHER. A. Lw ANDERSON. H. J. Toher& Co., Brokers. Stocks, Grain, Provisions, Cotton. Private wires To New York And ' Chicago, i No. 109 Main at Davenport, Iowa. Telephone 407. . - turlm? company; Warder. iSushr.ell & tilenKner; (Chamilon Milwaukee Har vesting company. The company is capitalized upon nn exceptionally con servative luiKld. Of Its unset $.V0,UU0,- U00 Is In cash working capital. Ioes Not Need Any Financier. The company will require no nnanelng and there will he no. oftVr of its Mock to the public, nil the cash required having Ikk-h provided by Its stockholder." After alluding to the advance In prices of raw material" and the lHiKslble i-or-pequeut ailvanee In the price of harvesting machinery unless economic hi existing conditions of manufacture could be accomplished mi- siiiTcment continues: Done for the Farmers' Itenntw "The manufacturers realize that their welfare and the interests of the farmers are Identical. An advance in price or agricultural machinerv would injure the farmers and rene'r upon the manufacturers, p.ut. ,n the other hand. If existing conditions con tinue an advance In prices would ls inevitable. It thus became necessary that either the prices should ho ad vanced or that substantial economics should be effc ted In the manufacture and distribution of the imricultural machinery. The management of this company will be in charge of gentle men who nave for years been identi fied with the business. The company will start with ample manufacturing facilities. It has live fully equipped manufacturing plants in the I'nitcd States and one plant In process of construction lit Canada." Men Who Will Manama the Ci.iircin. The ollicers of the company are n follows: President, t.'ymis II.' McCor mlck: ch:iiriaau executive- committee, Charles I leering; chairman nuance committee. tJeorge V. l'erklns. The four companies not included in the consolidation are 1. M. Osborne & Co.. of Auburn, X. Y.: Johnstone Har vester company, of ltatavln. X. Y.; Walter Wood Mowing and Itenp Injr Machine company, of Uootdck Flails. X. Y.. ami Adriaine. I'latt it Co., of I'oughkeepsie. X. Y. It is an nounced that the headquarters of the new corporation will be located In Chlcano. MME. JANAUSCHEK IS DVir G Former "Oueen of Trucedjr" 1'hshIiii; Away at SaratnKa. Mine. .Tauausehek, who was strit-k- (ii with paralysis three years ago, is critically ill in a hoarding house at Saratoga, X. Y.. where she was taken in IS'.H) from her home in Itruoklyn. and her friends have small hopes of a rally from the latest attack. Tke once "OiH'cn of Tragedv" is now 72 years old. It is r2 years since she made her debut in (lerinany as Iphi- genia. Horn in ISolieimn and educa ted in liermauy, where she won her first triumphs. Mine, .lanauschek turned next to Kussia, where she made u distinguished success, and at Moscow played before the emperor himself, who presented her with val uable diamonds. She was :! years old lie fore she thought of learning Knglish and coming to this country. w hich since IStJT has pract ieally been her home. For the first four cars of h'er'stay in this country she play ed in German, and thenV'at the age of 41. she seriously began the study of the Knglish language with the idea f making her home here. In ls4 she made a tour of Kngland and (ier liianv. which added to her laurels, re turning later to the I'nitcd States. In private life Mine. .lanauschek is known as Mrs. Frederick Pilot. All Were Saved. "Fur vpars I suffered such untold misery from bronchitis," writes J. . Johnston, of r.roughton, (ia., "hat ften I was unable to work. Then, .hen everything else failed, I was hollv cured liv Dr. Iinr s Xew l)is- overv for consumnt ion. Mv wife - . . uffered intensely from -asthma, till it ured her, and all our experience oes to show it is the best croup medicine in the world." A trial will convince, you it's unrivaled for throat nd luntr di.vases. (Sua ran teed bot tles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at llartz &. Ullemeyer'a. A I'bynlelan Healed. Dr. George Ewinjr, a practicing physician of Smith's Grove, Ivy., for over thirty years, writes his personal experience with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years I had been greatly both ered with kidney and bladder trouble and enlarged prostrate gland. 1 used everything known to t he profes sion without relief, until 1 commenc ed to use Foley's Kidney Cure. After taking three bottles I was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now daily in my practice and heartily recommend its use to all physicians for such troubles. I have prescribed it in hundreds of cases with perfect success." AH druggists. To Mr Friends. It is with joy I tell you what Kodol did for me. 1 was troubled with my stomach for several months. Upo being udiscd to use Kodol, I did so, and words cannot tell the good it has done me. A neighbor had dyspepsia so that he had tried most everything. I told him to use Kodol. Words of gratitude have come to me from him because I recommended it. George W. Fry, Viola. Iowa. Health and strength of mind and body depend on the stomach and normal activity of the digestive organs. Kodol, the great reconstructive tonic, cures all stom ach and bowel troubles, indigestion, dyspepsia. Kodol digests any food you eat. Take a dos.e after meals. All druggists. ' Health for fO Cents. A lively liver, pure blood, clean skin, bright eyes, perfect health Cascarets Candy . Cathartic will ob tain and secure them for you. Genu ine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, ioc. NEWS IN OUTLINE. Tin torpedo boat Chauncey on her trial run made S.ii knots, her contract speed being twenty-seven knots. Alex. Freedman. with a long police record, is in custody at Milwaukee cn a charge of stealing jewelry from a Chicago lirm. The plague has been otlicially pro claimed at Odessa. ' 1-2. II. Young committed suicide in a room at the Tabice hotel at Keiio. Xew. by taking morphine. He was 77 j-ears old. A complete ticket for state house ollicials, headed by Kev. W. A. Hay, of Montgomery, has been announced by the Prohibitionists of Alabama. Henry Watfersou says he Is not a candidate for governor of Kentucky. Professor C. U. Van Hise, head of the geological department of the Uni versity of Wisconsin, is expected to be chosen for president of the institu tion. Dr. T. X. I.eevls. of Western Mary land college, has been elected presi dent ofAdrian college, in "Michigan. Charged with reporting lictitious trades, l.ewin A. Wood, of Kd wards. Wood & Co., of St. Paul, has been expelled from the Chicago board of trade. After three weeks of married life Krnest I. Itakcr, a linotype operator in Helena, committed suicide. It is said that many persons were burned to death in the lire that de st roved Petit Goavo, Hayti. . The fortune left by the late Cardi nal I.edochowski goes to a nephew, and is valued at ?2imi,imh. Fire at Marysville. Oil., destroyed business property valued at $100,000. Several liremen were Injured. Ithenmatlnm C'!ir.vl In a Dar. Mystie Cure for Rheumatism and Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 uays. Its action upon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It re-' moves at once the cause and the dis ease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits. 75c and $1. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Sec ond avenue, Iiock Island; Gustave Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second street, Davenport. Mothers lose their dread for "that terrible second summer" when they have Dr. Fowler's Kxtract of Wild Strawberry in the house. Nature's specific for summer complaints of every sort. M ISC IXLASKOUS, MEN Our catalogue explains how to teach narner iraae in eipDl weess, mailed tree Molcr college. Chicago. 111. INSURANCE on dwellings and household goods a specialty. Ulucst ana nest com panies, lowest rates C. It. Chamberlin, Mitchell & Lynde block, l'hone law. IF YOU WISH your money to earn a higher rale ot interest than is paid by savings banks, call on Marion K. Sweeney, attor ney, rooms 33-33, Mitchell & Lynde building, Koclt Island. TORNADO INSURANCE Rates tor city projierty 20 cents per 100 one year. 40 cents Ier ilOO three vears. tint cents per motive years, call or address C. It. Chamberlin Ageut, Mitchell & Lynde building. J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex changes all kinds of second hand goods, will pav more than anv other dealer and sells cheaper. All kinds ot stove repairing and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, 1515 Second avenue. Telephone 48S4. IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent anything, engage helper secure a situation the Mail is the one paper in Moline that can do it lor vou. Mail wants are popular and Mall wants bring results. Oae-half cent tper word is the price to all alike, cash In advance. 2-ceul stamps will do. Evening and Saturday Mail. Moline. 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 for free letters of information and bulletin ot daily papers that pay. We also start responsible par ties in the mall order and agency supply business. Lord & Carver, Racine, Wis. ANSWERS TO WANT ADS. ANSWERS to the following are at this offlce: M. l!:" "C. 17:" "U. A. 5S;" "17;" "C. 4i" 3; "P. Cfl." S; ' K. 10." 2: "Z. II." 4: It. 29 ' It's Quality That Counts In Coal it's quality that makes heat, it's quality that retains it, it is quality that makes possible eonsumption of 90 per cent of the combustible part of it, leav ing a light, clean ash; lastly, it's quality that lessens your fuel bills you're not paying for dirt, refuse or unburnables. The coal we handle both hard and soft de serves all the good things we and our patrons say for it. A ton will talk as loudly as a carload. E. G. FRAZER .Telephone 1133. JOHN VOLK & CO., Contractors and Builders. Also Manufacturers of Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings, Ve neered and Hard Wood Flooring of All Kinds. Dealers in Single and Double Strength Window Glass, "Polished Plate, Beveled riate and Art Glass. 311-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET. . . HOCK ISLAND. z TALK IT OVER And you will eertainly decide to buy the Ladies' Oxfords we are showing at a discount of from -0 to per cent dis count. Note the Following: Women's Patent Kid Welt Oxfords, $3 value, this sale 2.35 Women's Vici Turn Oxfords, ?2 values, this sale j gQ Women s heavy sole Oxfords, $K75 value, this sale 135 Women's Oxfords, odds and ends of $1.33 and $1.50 shoes 9g0 A pair of shoe lace fasteners FKEK with each pair of Oxfords. THE LEADER. Opposite Harper House. WANTED MALE HELP WANTED Hell boys at the Harper house. WANTED A good, reliable oil talesman, on commission or salary. Address Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED Youor man H'nographer at once. Must bi well acquainted wi-.h office work. Applv at Lewis Rooting coinpan,, Tweuty-luufth street WANTED -Floor molders at once. Hest wages. Telephone us at our exiense. Ma quobeta School Furniture Manulacturing Company. Maqucketa. Iowa. WANTED A bookkeeper. Experienced young man for assistant and collector. Cood permanent imtin for riglit partv. Applv at the Lewis Roollng Company. Kocklslaad. WANTED A reliable man ot pood address, one who has had experience in selling In vestment securities preferred. Address the Indian River Commercial company, Baltimore, Mil WANTED -Man with sing. e team to deliver and collect. No ranvassine. !l per week and expenses. iri cash deposit required. Permanent. Manufacturer (Ty) Uox 3o6, I'oiladelphii. l'a. WANTED Five or six llrst-class machinery molders capable of doing medium and heavy machine molding. Steady employ ment to ri?ht party. Address Central Iron works, cjuincv, ill. WANTED Larpe and resjonsible house re quires a representative at Rock Island: principally onloe duties: -JO weekly to rtsht party. Experience unnecessary. Siipt. Lindsay. fW N. Sixth street. Philadel phia. l'a. WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a money making specialty to the grocery and general store trade. Address Stand ard Manufacturing company, Decatur, 1 11. None but first-class men who can give bond need apply. wanted Men tor salesmen. Local or traveling. We empiov on ooiu sdi v tuu commission. Straight, honorable business that will yield good income. Our sab srnerj make from tw a month up and expenses. For particulars write. The R. G. Chase Co., Geneva. N. Y. WANTED Trustworthv person in each countv to manage business, old establish ed house, solid Hnancial standing: straight lKua nde weeklv cash salary 18 paid by check each Wednesday, with all expenses direct from headquarters: money advanc ed tor expenses. Manager, 37 Caxton bldg. Chicago. WANTKD FEMALE HELP. WANTED A girl lor general housework at iivjj Fifth avenue. WANTED A cook 't Wright's restaurant, 19-J3 Second avenue. WANTED - A girl for ceneral housework in ..... . . . iin.j.t .."v..v. smaiiamiiv. ippiy a.i -i iuuij-iikuiu street. WANTED -A competent girl for general housework. Uooil wages. Apply at i Six teenth street. WANTED -A good strong girl for general liouseworit wo wasniug. Appiy at .-x Fourth avenue. WANTED-Two or three furnished rooms tor light nouseKeepmit. juusi ue conven ient to car line. Address "It. 41," Argus. WANTED Ladies to learn hairdressing. manicurinu. massage or chiropody. Four weeks required. VVrJte today. Moler Col- lege, Chicago, 111 WANTED - Ladies with sewing machines to wort at home. Materials turnisneu. Any dl.stance. Good pav. staup for particu lars. Whitegoou Manufacturing compa ny. D. to W. E. 2, No. hlh. Hoston, Mass. WANTED POSITIONS WANTED Engagements to sew by the day bv exjterienced sewer, inquire at a.u i mm .street.- , WANTED A home for a bright, healthy lioy ... . .. in niiii.1 timilp iHllr.Dfl 'II 15" care of Argus. WANTED- MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED A second-hand cook stove with Z13' water back, in good repair. Auaress Argus. WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly If you sell stark trees. Louisiana. Mo.; jjanviiic, i". x. WANTED-Hoard and room in a private family by a lanitiy or lour, i niurnisneu rooms preferred. Address "R 2S" Argus. WANTED A loan of lor five years at s per cent on gooa real estate munij. Private partv preferred. Address not laterthan Aug 8, M. F. I ," care of Argus. WANTED An established wholesale' house, recently Incorporated, extending business, desires'to engage competent manager for branch house. Salary 10ii per month, ex penses and commission. Must invest tl.ooo in capital stock of company, on which dlvli dend of 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and furnish sali.slactory references. Address, Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo. LOST AND FOUXD LOST A pair ot gold nose glasses. Finder return to Argus omce anu receive rc di u. LOST Thursday morning a silver mono gram pin "J. L. Finaer piease return to 1 1 10 Second avenue and receive reward. LOST A shoe string hand bag. containing embroiderv she. lancy worn ana a jwinri book. Finder return to this omce and re ceive reward LOST A ladies' small gold, open-laced LUdlciiii ue an n , . ' I " " . - tween Eighth street anil Watch Tower on car line. Finder return to Argus offlce and be rewarded. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at lowest rates. Marion E. Sweeney, attor ney, rooms JB-35. Mitchell Si Lynde build ing. Rock Island, MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any kind of security. Also choice property for ale 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 the usual store prices. All business transactions strictly conUdentiaL His new number and location. 16S3 Second avenue, - Don't forge! It- Jones' second-hand store. Two rings on 1317. '9$ -ml flip '2S' FOB RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light uuuseKeeping at n,T i wentietn street. FOR RENT Furnished front room in cen tral location. Inquire at 1119 Third ave nue. FOR RENT Furnished front room with use of bath. Inquire at 019 Twenty-third street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with all mod ern conveniences. Also lirst-class table board at lis Second avenue. Phone I3ii9. FOR- RENT Three unfurnished up stairs rooms for light housekeeping, city water on same floor. Applv on premises at No. MS Twenty-lifth street. FORREST- HOUSES. FOR RENT Two flats, corner Sixth avenue and Twentieth street. Applv to M. M. Sturgeon. FOR RENT Four-room flat at 219 i Eigh teenth street. Inquire on premises or at 9"4 Nineteenth street. FOIt RENT A nine room house, furnace heat, bath room, good location. Inquire at Sommer & LaVelle's. FOR RENT An eight-room flat on Fourth avenue lietween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, with all modern conveniences FOR RENT -An oighl room house on First avenue, between Nineteenth and Twen tieth streets Call at n(is Twelfth street. FOR RENT -A store building suitable for grocery or drug siore at -,"ii8 Ninth ave nue. Inquire at ll Twenty-first street. FOR RENT Nice new "-room house, corner Eighteenth avenue and Fitteenth street. . Rem reasonable. Inquiresecond door west of premises FOR RENT l;ir Fourth avenue. 15 rooms. f:io: will be vacant Auir. 15: good boardi'ig house. i'Tl' Sixth avenue, six rooms, bath, electric light. 17.50: will be vacant Sept. 1. A new double house No. ;i:i and y5 Seven teenth street, each side containing six rooms, b.iih. furnace, laundry, gas ami electric light. No. V:t rents for jtti and tM5 forili. This double nouse will be finished Sept 2. Auply to Goldsmith & McKee FOR RENT FARMS. FOR SALE Seven acres of ground with small house and barn in outh Heights. For particulars call at Xo 9(19 Seventeenth street. FOR SALE PROPERTY. FOR SALE Four-and-one-third acres ot land for sale in South Heights at a bargain. Reidy Bros. FOIt SALE A 2 story frame house at 2.VB Seventh avenue, to be moved from the premises at ouce. Inquire n the prem ises. FOR SALE -Two remaining east front lots in the Dart Twentv-second street addition. For terms inquire of K S. Dart, Jackson & Hurst's office. Masonic temple. FOR SALE House and lot No. W33 Twelfth street at $stX. Lot is 40x150: paviner is all paid. House lias tour rooms and summer- ' kitchen. H. K. Waiker, under Rock Island National bank. FOR SALE -A new seven room house. Lot 55x140. One block from Elm street car li-.e. Prire tl.fi-Hl. payable ki cash and ) per monfti. These terms are extraordi narily easv and should be taken advantage of. Apply" to Goldsmith McKec. FOR SALE Seventeen houses in Kock Isl and, most of them quite new. Theyraoite in size from four to seven rooms, and in price from fS00 to 1 Si-o Terms on any of them: lOft down, balance on easy monthlv payments. H K. Walker, under Rock Isl and National bank FOR SALE Lots In Woodin's audition. These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth avenues between Fifth and Sevenlt streets, are 42x125 feet with ifoot alley and nine feet of good rich soil lying on limestone rock. An abundant supply of pure water can be bad at a small expense by drilling 3) feet through the soil and rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm trees set 20 teet 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 parts of the city, houses rented; rents col lected: money to loan on real estate se curity at current rates: tire and tornado insurance written in oldest and most re liable companies: we also have some good real estate investments netting 8, 8 and 10 per cent: list your property with us, we can sell it: telephone 45r:: we are in our otlice everv Saturday evening the year around. 1 f vou want to buy or sell proper ly ycu will "save time and money by com inc direct to our omce. over People's Na tional Dank. Goldsmith & McKee. FOR SALE Lots. I will sell what is re maining of the beautiful residence lots lo .cated on Sixth avtnue between Twenty eighth and Thirtieth streets at $550 and f4.i0 ier lot. These lots are the cheapest in the city. All are connected with city wat er and sewer and have shade trees, withia one block of Seventh avenue car line and two blocks of red and blue lines. It is ge illy conceded that the Rock Island railway will a tain occupy the vards which they abandoned, which will have the effoc ot e'nhancing the price of these lots at least 50 per cent, making this an opportune time toouythe few remaining lots above de scribed. For further information call on E.J. Burns, room 11. Mitchell & Lynde building. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Maple Riverside wood stove, cheap Apply 717 Seventeenth street. FOR SALE A rubber tired single buggv. nearly new. Call at 103 Twenty -tirst street. FOR SALE A good driving or delivery horse. Inquire at 419 Seventeenth street. FOR SALE Machinery. One 15-norse up right steam engine, one 10-horse upright steam ensrine in lirst-class running order. 25-horse steam engine: 2.3, 6. . 12. 16.24-horse gasoline engines. All in tirst-cla-ss order, ready to be delivered ia 5 days Two WO-horie power boiless. lull fronts, in first-class order and ready to be delivered ia 24 hours. Applv at 319-321 Nine teenth street, Moline Seal and Stamp Works, Moline, 111. Phone 2322, loni ots tance. CLAIRVOYANT. MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy ant, ICllS )UU LUC )Jlll, I1C9CUI AUU correctlv. Tells you everything pertain ing to business, marriage, divorce, love affairs, sickness, death, accidents and everthing of interest. One call will prove her wonderful accuracy. Offlce hours trom lto 10 p. m. 705 Fourth avenue.