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THE AHaUS. THUBSDAY, SEPT.EMTrEIt 3r 1903.
in the sky comes
the star of health
to the weak and
doesf or the stom
ach that which it
is unable to do for
itself, even if but
ji . i ,
SUTr!ies the natural
Juices of digestion and
does the work of the
stomach, relaxing the
nervous tension, whiltf"
tna inflamed muscles
and membranes of that
organ are allowed to
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of the heart,
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach trouble hv
cleansine. rmrifvlnn' and
strengthening the glands,
membranes of the stom
ach and digestive organs.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Tour Dealer Cao Supply Taw.
Bottles only. SI. 00 Size holding 2 times
the trial sire, which sells for 50c
frmn4 by E. C DeYITT 4 CO.. CBlCaQO.
Harper House pharmacy," and A. J.
Heiss, Seventh avenue and Twenty
Something Worth Look
is what everyone says who sees a
'liirt, foliar, etiflf shirtwaist or
picjue vest laundered here. It is
the perfection of the art of latm
Jry work. a.s we aim -for the high
est standanl ami always attain it.
Fine dress shirts, collars and cuffs
are done up with a color and fin
ish that you vill never reach but
at t lie
Twelfth Street aod Fifth Arrnnr.
T5he Wink of
Is given a thousand thnes a day
by smokers of A KNOTS HAV
ANA SECONDS. It don't take
the public lon to pet onto a
pood thing. That is why this
cigar is so universally liked. If
you have'nt tried one, don't lose .
any time in getting one at our
store. While buying take n look
at our display of Pipes, Tobacco
and Smokers' articles.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
1706 Second Avenue.
SAWED BUILDING STONE, ASHLAR
AND TRIMMINGS A SPE-
For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
.us for estimates will receive care
ful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Roek
Island on the C, B. & Q. railroad.
Trains No. 5 and 10 will sto? and
let visitors off and on.
ItlDGE STONE, CORN CRIB BLOCKS
AND FOUNDATION STONE,
ANY SIZE DESIRED. ,
Sample of stone and photos of
buildings can be seen at Room No.
12, Mitchell & Lynde building. Ad
dress ARTntTR BURRAIX, Manager.
aa Island or Colona, I1L
MONEY TO MOVE CROPS
Annual Call Upon Wall Street
For a Settlement.
THE TEEASUBY TO THE EE8GUF.
When Western Danki Demand Mon
ey They Have Loaned to Neir York
Banks Money Will De Tight, and
There Slay Re a Panle Affecting
Other Interest Oealdea Wall Street.
Some western newspapers nrt much
exercised about where the, money is to
come1 from "to move the crops." They
fear In view of the panicky condition
of the stock market that the New York
bank3 will have all they can do to take
care of their Wall street customers.
One would think, to hear these Repub
lican organs playing the same old tune,
that the New York bankers and Wall
street furnished every dollar to pay for
each bale of cotton, each bushel of
wheat and what com the farmers dis
posed of. Not a dollar of their own
money necessary to move the crops is
furnished from that source. The money
which is paid to the farmers for their
crops eomes from the western banks
and Is the deposits of the farmers and
the business men of the west.
During the spring and summer
months the surplus of the western
banks Is kept on deposit with their cor
respondents In New York uud the other
money centers, and they receive the
going interest on their dally balances.
The New York banks loan this western
money to the Wall street operators on
call or short time on Stock Exchange
securities. When the crop moving time
conies the western banks begin to with
draw their balances from New York to
supply the local demand of the crop
buyers. That brings about the annual
old chestnut cf Wall street furnishing
the money to move the crops. In fact,
the western banks are only calling for
their own money, not a dollar of wlilch
the Wall street banks can refuse.
In ordinary years this money move
ment makes the rate of Interest In
New York advance in the fall as an In
ducement to people who have unem
ployed funds to loan it on stock secur
ities and replace the western money,
and In a few months the flow of funds
la again to the financial centers through
the ordinary channels of trade the
farmer selling bis grain and paying his
bills to the retail merchant, who pays
the wholesaler and the latter the manu
facturer. When speculation is ram
pant, as it has been this year, the de
mand for money is greater and te re
call of the money in the west makes it
more difficult for the banks to finance
the Wall street demand. When Octo
ber arrives It may therefore be expect
ed that money will be dear In New
York and the speculators will have o
pay high rates. There Is more than
enough money to supply all the de
mands of business, but not enough to
furnish the millions tied p in loans on
stock collateral In Wall street.
In former times the southern and
western banks were borrowers of extra
funds in New York to reloan to their
customers who were buyers of cotton,
wheat and other cereals, but that time
has gone never to return except to a
very small extent, and then only if the
New York banks have more money on
hand than they can use to advantage
In loans In their own locality. So when
the pinch comes and the cry goes up
that the New York banks must have
"money to move the crops" and the
secretary of the treasury is called upon
to aid them the crj- is really for money
to move the Wall street crop of undi
gested securities that the trust pro
moters have been so assiduously cul
tivating. In the stress last fall every
dollar that could by any interpretation
of the law be diverted from the United
States treasury was loaned or deposit
ed with the New York banks, which
they have never repaid. The whole
power of the administration has been
used to aid the stock gamblers, and the
promise is made that more and even
illegal aid will be extended to them.
; The present trouble in Wall street is
because the New York banks are pre
paring for the repayment of the west
ern money they have been using and
are adjusting their loans to meet the
emergency that they know will later
encompass "them. The financial mag
nates of Wall street see that the United
States treasury has about exhausted
all its resources to replenish the dwin
dling reserves of the Wall street bank
ers, and the overloaded speculators
view with apprehension the shrinkage
in value , of the paper fortunes they
The Republican idea that the govern
ment must aid Wall street and that the
financial affairs of the United States
must be run according to the dictation
of the big bankers is meeting its own
reward. Unfortunately thousands of
honest folk will be ruined and the busi
ness of the country disrupted by the
partnership of the financial and trust
magnates with the Republican adni la
ir iratlon . -
The Genuine vs. Counterfeit
The genuine is always better than
a counterfeit, 'but Ihe truth of this
statement is never more forcibly re
alized or more thoroughly apprecia
ted than when you compare the gen
uine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve with
the many counterfeits and worthless
substitutes that are on the market.
W. . S.- Ledbetter, of Shreveport,La.,
says: "After using numerous' other
remedies without benefit, one box of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured
me." For blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles tut remedy is equal to
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Sold by Jlarper House pharmacy;
A. J. Retfs drug store, corner Seventh
avenue anj Twentj-seventh street.
VARY YOUR INTERESTS.
'he Wlae Man Does Not Allow Hlm
elf to Ran In a Rat. .
The wise man keeps out? of ruts. To
b certain, however, that he will ac
complish this he must begin early In
life. Ho must not begin his life work
by restricting himself absolutely to a
single channel. This does not mean
that he should scatter his forces and
attempt everything or should not be
come a specialist. But the more strict
ly he specializes the more carefully
should he sec to it that he does not be
come narrow and bigoted." The young
man should early begin tho habit of
reading a newspaper. He will thus get
u general 'education that he can obtain
from no'otucr source. But he cannot
get all the education 'he requires, even
of public affairs, from the newspapers.
Let him not make this error. Their
news is necessarily fragmentary, lie
should read regularly one or two good
magazines of the class devoted to the
discussion of questions of public inter
est. He should read a little good fic
tion as well as history and general lit
erature. While he should persistently
seek; the acquaintance of the best men
of his own craft, who are usually the
broadest minded, he should also seek
friends outside of it. They will help
him to see that there are other Impor
tant crafts in the world besides his
own. All this will broaden his views
and help to keep him out of a rut.
"Did you ever taste elephant ears?"
asked an amateur botanist of his com
panion as they passed a florist's where
one of the plants was displayed.
"No," replied his companion, "I nev
"It's a good thing for you," saldJ
the lotanist, "although it is an expe
rience that will remain in your mem
ory for a long time to come. I remem
beroh, it seems like a hundred years
back, yet the Incident Is fresh in my
mind and as clear as crystal when
three boys were leaning across a wall
looking at the plant In a garden.
T was one of the lwys and the other
two were telling me what a sweet taste
elephant leaves had. At first I refused
to taste the plant, but one of the boys
put a piece in his mouth at least he
pretended to and I' agreed to chew
some also. Well, persimmons are as
sugar coniparid to the drawing and
bitterness of the elephant leaf and for
half an hour after I had put the bit of
leaf into my mouth I drank enough
water to Goat a ship."
Why He Wept.
Helen had lwcn only a few days in
the 1kuso where Walter was the seven-year-old
son and heir when it was per
fectly clear that she had made a deep
impression on his already susceptible
ln-art. One afternoon he brought a
footstool and. placing it in front of
her. asked her if she would marry him.
Helen was a little more than four
times as old as Walter, and her un
married state was a matter of keen in
terest to her friends. She looked at the
boy gravely for a moment and then
sa Id :
"Why, I can't answer that question
offhand. Walter. You will have to wait
and give me time to think it over."
Suddenly the loy dropped his head
on her knee and legan to cry bitterly.
"What is the matter, Walter?" she
asked, patting his head.
"I was just thinking." he sobbed out.
"that you'd be dead and gone before I
was old enough to marry you." New
York Press. t
Kin; Billy's Decoration.
A story told by the lae Commander
Edward Barrett, U. S. N.t shows that
plated ware when no longer useful for
mess purposes on war ships can be de
voted to the service of diplomacy. Ac
cording to this story, some American
navy officers, wishing to conciliato an
African potentate, named King Billy,
presented him with a discarded soup
ladle nd a lot of gay ribbons. This
so delighted the dusky sovereign that
when he came aboard the ship to make
a visit in state he wore the ladle tied
on the front of his ample person with
the variegated ribbons and nlso wore a
dilapidated stovepipe hat.
Why Rent Is Keeennary.
A belief lives strong In the hearts and
minds of the majority of mankind, in
cluding persons of weak digestions,
that a quick, brisk walk taken before
a meal gets up an appetite and helps
the stomach to digest the food. Now,
this is exactly what it doesn't do. Ex
ercise spreads the blood" throughout the
body. For the proper digestion of food
the blood is needed in the stomach.
Few realize this important fact. After
a 'long, exhausting walk, bicycle spin
or any severe physical or mental strain
take a good half hour's rest in a com
fortable armchair or lying on a sofa
lefore you eat a substantial meal..
The llersramot Tree
There is but one spot in the world
where the berganiot tree can be culti
vated with profit, a fact of some impor
tance, since its essence is indispensable
in the manufacture of numerous per
fumes and medical preparatlohs. The
spot referred to Is Regglo, In Calabria,
that extremity of the Italian peninsula
which is familiarly known as "the toe
of the boot
Casey O'Rafferty Is a sick mahn.
He has heart complaint an consoomp
tion. Murphy .3ure, consoomption's a bad
' Casey Tt is thot same; but It's slow.
He'll die av the heart throuble a year
afore he'll die av the Ioong throuble.
Kansas City Journal.
People talk a great deal about the
sacredness ' of true love, but admit
that you are in love,' and they will
laugh at yea. Atchison Globe.
Hotv He Came
Hy His JVame
There Is a man In Liverpool who has
a most uncommon name. This is how
he came by it:
Ills mother was on the lookout for
something original, and one day lefore
his christening she noticed upon the
door of a building the word "Xosmo." '
This struck her fancy. Now for a
middle name. Later, comfng. past the
6ame building she saw the name
Ah. this was what she was after!
"Xosmo King Jones he shall be," she
said. And he was christened so.
On the way home from the church
she passed the building aaln.
The doors were shut, and, behold!
The doors with the names on them
which she had selected were shut to
gether, and she read not "Xosmo King,"
but "No Smoking," and her heart was
CARD Or THANKS.
MRS MAXWELL, and family wish to e
pres th-lr gratitude to Irtends and nelph
borswbo so kli-dly assisted then) duriae
their late bereavement, and esnertallv to
the u. V. U. and also for the mauy tloral
LOST AND FOirND
LOST -On Second avenue, a black ribbota
watch fob with silver mouogram ' . II. C '
Kinder return to ibis office and i eceivc ri
waid. LOST A black silk shawl near Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue Keturn to cor
ner Twenty-sixth street and Ftf th-and-a-nalf
avenue and be rewarded.
MRS. E. .T. HANSON, trance meatura. gives
readings daily at 8'ttTwe fth street. Rock
Iaiand. Terms reasonable.
MRS. L. STTIXJER, medium and clairvoyant,
knows the past, present and suture Since
she has been in Moline she has located six
lost watches and a kidnaped cbHd. Call
and sse this wonderful medium. l.VC.i Sixth
MADAM STT MARIE Palmist and clairvoy
ant. Tells you the past, present and fu
ture correctly. Tells you everything per
taining; to business, marriage, divorce,
love affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everything of Interest. One call will
Erove her wonderful accuracy. Onlce
ours from 1 to 10 p.m. 705 Fourth ave
nue. Take the Itlue line.
PKOF. AND MADAM SHAW, clairvoyants
and mediums They reveal names, dates,
facts and figures, reliable and important
advice and information on all undertak
ings, warn you ot coming dancers, avert
trouble, give luck, remove evil influence,
guide vou right In all affairs of life, mar
riage, divorce love, law and recuiation,
tell if friends are true or tals. the luture
plainly revealed, lovers united, troubles
healed, names of friends, enemies; tell
whom and when yon will marry: tell
about your future family and domestic
life; give excellent advice on all things
pertaining to married life: la fact tell all
you want to know Charges reasonable.
Daily Sto V Sundays. 9 to ?. Special re
duced price to those who rrlng this ad
812 Fourteenth street, between Third and
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
H. J. TOHEK & CO. Hrokers, Davenport.
Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. Prlvaje
wire to New York and Chicago. Offices
109 Main street. Telephone 407.
GEORGE H. SI DWELL & CO. Commission
merchants. Grain, hay and provisions.
Members ol t'e Chicago board of trade
and Chicago Stock exchange. Established
15 years. No. 543 and M3 Kialto building.
Lod(T distance phone. Harrison tfltiO.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Baurs
feld A Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and
quick service. 18W Third avenue Phcne
ART DKCO R ATI ON.
PA RI DON & SON Artistic interior decora
tion. Finest line of late pa par carried and
skilled workmen employed. Moderate
prices. 417 Seventeenth street.
EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY Whole
sale and retail dealers in bituminous and
anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcie.
Offices 1718 First avenue. Telephone west
AN OPPORTUNITY to learn newspaper
business tor boy with High school eauca
tlon. Apply at Argus office between 10 and
11 a. in.
WANTFD Mrs. J. L. Talbot does shampoo
ing, manicuring, facial massage and hair
dressing at your home. ll.'B fcecond ave
nue. Telephone union 8C1.
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 Tor free letters
of Information and bulletin of daily papers
that pay. We t'so start responsible par
ties in the mall order and agency supply
business. Lord 4 Carver. Racine, Wis.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage helpor secure a situation
the Mall is the one paper In Moline that can
do It for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word la the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-ccnt stamps will do. Evening
and Saturday MalL Moline 111.
DR. (. R- RAYMOND'S Monthly Regulator
has brought happiness to hundreds of anx
ious women; no pain, no danger, no inter
ference with work; relief guaranteed 3 to
6 days; have never had single failure; all
letters truthfully and onrtdenttallv ans
wered. Price $2 by mail. Obtained only
at Behlke s Pharmacy, 4t State street.Chi
INSURANCE on dwellings and household
goods a specialty. Oldest and best com
panies, lowest rates. C. R. Chamberlin,
Mitchell & Lynde block. Phone 1030.
PLEASANT F. COX Heal estate and insur
ance. Old Are companies represented
Your patronage solicited. 'Phone Union
63. Office overThomas drug store.
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property So cents per tioo one year, 40 eents
per 9100 three years, 60 cents per tlOO Uve
years. Call or address C. R. Chamberlin
Agent, Mitchell tt Lynde building.
HAYES ft CLEAVELAND The pioneer
agency- Old time and tire tested compa
nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado,
accident, lite, or almost any form of risk.
Ground floor offices S10 to 818, Eighteenth
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, admin
istrators, guardians, trustees, trustees or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodge and so
ciety officers; city, state or U.S. govern
ment officials; contractors; positions of
trust; in fact, any kind of bond you want
(except bail bonds). Terms reasonable.
Hayes & Cleaveland, resident managers.
Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary
GOLDSMITH & McKEE insurance agency,
Peoples National bank building. Rock
Island, 111. Represent only first-class com
panies, writing fire, tornado, plate glass,
liability, burglary, accident and health
insurance. Alt policies issued npon the
latest plans and most liberal conditions
Surety bonds furnished through the Amer
ican Bonding company, of Baltimore, Md.
Open every . Wednesday and Saturday
WANTED At once, porter t Rock Island
station lunch room. John Wilds.
WANTED Bright young man to travel, ad
vertising and, collecting, ISO monthly to
start and all expenses. Self addressed
envelope tor reply. Address Road Supt,.
Zll Pontiac building., Chicago.
WANTED Brakemen, etc. Inexperienced
men for railroad work, brakemen, switch
men, ttaiimen. tiremen. No strike. Send
cents in stamps tor application blanks,
stamp returned if vou cannot pass. S. S.
Gobin, general manager, Terre uaute.Iud.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade:
fw weeks completes. Splendid wages
to graduates Tools given. diplomas
f:ranted board provided. Can earn near
v ail expenses before completing. Cata
logue exnlains how. mailed tree. Moler
Barber college. Chicago. 111.
WANTED F EM A LIE HKLP.
WANTED At once, waiters at Jane s cafe.
WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper house
WANTED At once, competent second girl.
Sun Fifth avenue.
WANTED A cook and two girls at Wright's
resiauram, second avenue.
WANTED A competent cirl for general
nousewors. Apply at vn Twentieth street.
WANTED At once, a competent girl. Must
be good cook. Apply at 513 Twenty-third
WANTED Women to se'l a necessity to
mothers l a week clear. Dent. M, box
WANTED At onre, competent cirl for gen
eral housework at 217 Fifteenth street, op
posite court house.
WANTED Two good girls cook and house
maid, at 113i Second avenue. Apply after
Sept. 3. Two in family.
WANTED At once, a first-class troner and
finisher for laundry work. No other need
apply. Address "A 43," care this office.
WANTFD-Energetic lady to Uavel in Illi
nois aaverusmg ana collecting; us week
ly and all expenses. Address Manager
Porter. 3(30 Dearborn street. Chicago, 111.
WANTED A few lady demonstrators for
Getty's oap. on straight salary and expen
ses, steady employment the year around,
bring references as to character or no at
tention will be given, don't call unless ou
are prepared to leave the ritv. Call at ftr?
Seventeenth street. Rock Island, ask tor
WANTED MALE OK FEMALE.
WANTED At L. S. McCabe A Co's.. Rock
Island, a compe'ent woman to run carpet
sewing machine Also young man about
17 who writes good plain hand, and five
good girls, over 16.
WANTED Manager trustworthy lady or
gentleman to manage business in this
county and ad (ouroing territory for well
and favorably known hoose of solid finan
cial standing- 20 straight cash salary and
expenses, paid each Mouday by check di
rect from headquarters. Expense monev
advanced: -position permanent Addreb's
Manager, 610 Motion Bldg , Chicago, 111.
WANTED Position by a young man who
understands wood moulding and eeneral
wood work. Address "A 6" this office.
WANTED Trustworthy person in each
county to manage business, old establish
ed house, solid financial standing: straight
bona fide weekly cash salary 118 paid by
check each Wednesday, with all expenses
direct trom headquarters; monev advanc
ed for expenses. Manager. 379 Caiton bldg.
WANTED An established wholesale house,
recently Incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary $100 per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest tl.ooo
in capital stock of company, 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, local resident
representative to sell our high grade ci
gars to the trade on a new proiwsitlon:
quality and price defy competition. Able
salesmen can easily make from (200 to t'.M
a month. Exclusive territory given; no
capital needed; no pay for samples ex
acted. Apply with references to George
Samels & Co., 6-7i Dearborn street. Chica
WANTED A cashier's desk, six feet long.
Give description and price. Address E. S".,
WANTED Ladles to visit the Noondav
Rest rooms at 1818H Third avenue, near V.
M. C. A. building. Good home cooked din
ner from 11:30 to J. Supper Saturday only
from 5 to 8 p. m. ' We exist for accommo
dation. not profit. Rooms open all day to
ladies for rest.
WANTED Loans and chattelson household
goods, horses, cattle, bugsies. wagons,
pianos, etc . without removal. Verv rea
sonable and qfick. Do not pet a' loan
until you see me. for with Jo years' e.ier
ience I positively can save you money. I
also loan money on watches, diamonds,
jewelry, hardware, musical Instruments,
iiicyclts, clothing, silks, in fact anv article
oi value fiuw listen. Having uuc ui luci
largest, cleanest, neatest and best kept
second hand stores in the whole state or
Illinois. I am always ready to buy your
goods Nsw don't thiuk because vou have
a swell lot of furniture that they are too
nice tor me. tor I am a second hand
specialist, aud my butiness motto is to
pav more and sell for le&s thart anyone in
the business. Give me a chance and I will
prove it to vou. so I cordially invite one
and all to call aud get acquainted. Fur
ther, if 1 can't trade witn you I will sell
y our goods lor small commission, or itore
them tor you. Then again, I will pay a good
round price tor old eold and silver, old
coins, will also pay cash for good gentle
men's second nand c'othlng or ladits'
silks, feathers, furs, books, etc. Yes. I
will buy, sell or trade any old thing. Look
for largs sign on store. Open every eve.
ning until 9 o'clock: Saturdays, in o'clock.
All business strictly private and confiden
tial This is my number. 1023 Second ave
nue. Rock Island. lit. Always a few good
bargains in diamonds, as we make a spe
cialty of the diamond business. See here,
now, everybody kuows wher The Argus
office is In Ronk Island. Well, I am dirctly
across the street. J. JONES.
SPECIAL Just Iwjcause you live in Dav
enport or Moline doesn't signify anvthing.
Now. how lonir does it take you to step to a
telephone? I wish I could make a dollar
or two every time I went to the 'phone-
that would be Rood enouirn lor me. Jones
second hand old 'uhone is 62 union 103
Second avenue. Also short loans on real
estate and houses tor rent.
AUGUSTAN A COLLEOE Business depart
ment. A thorough business training given
for entrv into commercial lite. Terms
reasonable. Apply at Augustana college.
VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school for
f iris conducted by the Sisters of the Vlsi
atton. Rudimentary and higher branches
and all polite accomplishments taught.
Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue.
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
GRAND HOTEL Famous Colfax mineral
springs. Offers best accommodations at
reasonable prices. Address William Frey,
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located 6,767
leet above the sea. All the year round re
sort, A perfect place for rest. For partic
ulars address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, Medi
cal Director. Las Vegas. N M.
K. J. BURNS City and country real estate.
If you nave property xor saic iism wun
me. If you want to buy I will do my best
to get you what you want. Room 11, Mitch
ell A Lynde block. Telephone 1191.
FOR RENT Furnished room with modern
conveniences at 131 Twelfth s reet.
I-VR RENT Furnished ro.ms for light
housekeeping it Thirteenth street
FOR BENT Nlcelv furnished rooms for
light housekeeping at 230Thirieentn street.
FOR RENT Two large, nicely furnished
rront rooms witn oatn. gas ana neat at via
FOR RENT Furnished room wi'h all con
veniences for gentleman only, apply at 910
FOR RENT -Nicely furnished rooms: gen
tlemen students preferred, inquire at
1516 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with good
table board. All modern conveniences.
1229 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room with all mod
ern improvements at 217 Fifteenth street
Opposite court house.
FOR RENT Two furnished ro 3ms. modern
conveniences, witn board in private tam
ily. Address "J 2" this office.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front room,
modern conveniences. Just one block from
car line Apply 915 Twenty-first street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with good
board in a private German Doaraing
house, all modern improvements, at reas
onable price. Mrs. F. C. Hann. 637 Seven
teenth street. Phone 636 Brown.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A flat with m odein convenien
ces at 1702 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Fine 6-room house, opposite
I.ongview park. Inquire at 14. nieenin
FOR RENT A new 6-room cottage with all
modern conveniences. Inquire at e2o
Twenty fourth street.
FOR RENT A 7 room house 1125 Nineteenth
street Apply on premises between v ana
10 a. m. and 3 and 4 p. m.
FOR RENT A 6-room house, modern con
veniences, at 223 Twentv-nrst street, in
quire at 2103 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT A 6-room house all modern, at
r.2ft Eleventh stre t. Inquire oi J. u.
Beeoher, 8U0 Seventeenth btreet.
FOR SALE Cheap It taken at once, good
paying trult ana cigar siana in goou jot a
tlon. lient, fc$0 per month. Address "F 13"
FOR SALE A nice 6-room house. with water
and sewer, on Third avenue between
Eighth and Ninth stree's. Inquire at 1605
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-secona street aaauion.
For terms inquire of R. S. Dart, Jackson A
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE-At a bargain, a 7-room brick
house with bath and modern conveniences.
Good location, near park. Inquire on
premises, HM Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE Lots in Gregg's addition. Twen-tv-fourthand
Twentv-dfth streets between
Elghth-and-a-half and Ninth avenues.
Call and get prices Reidy Bros
FOR SALE Cheaj.lf taken at onee.a 6-room
house, modern, corner lot. northwest cor
ner Seventh avenue and Fourteenth
street. Apply 620 Fourteenth street.
FOR SALE A brick house containing ten
rooms and a large bath room. Has hard
wood floors, furnace heat and all modern
improvements. Also a large stable on
same lot. l'ropertv was fitted up lor a
home and is in good repair. Inquire on
the premises at 1210 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Lois in J. G. Scheuermann's
addition, Twentv-second and Twentv-third
streets, between Tenth and Eleventh
avenues This in the ist residence part
of thecitv. Los are terraced and have
sewer and water connections. These lots
can be bought cheap on easy term Call
or address J. G Scheuermann. Ninth and
Dearborn streets. South Rock Island. oppo
site race track.
FOR SALE Very prettv 5-room house on
Thirtv-sevf nthtreet with ruM'oot lot. east
frontand nice fruit, onlv l.40i). 3iO down.
New '." room house on Fifteenth street, op
posite part, has furnace and bath. 2.6io.
a beautiful residence on Seventh avenue.
cost n.uo. will be sold at 1.250. terms if
desired. We Dave so manv nice places
we would like to tell you about. Come and
see us. H. K. Walker, under Rock Island
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE i 'heap, a complete set ot bar
fixtures at Kc-k Island house
FOR SALE A piano in good condition. Will
sell cheap. Address -H. 21." this office.
FOR SALE A phaeton in good condition,
cheap for cash. Inquire at Murrin's livery.
FOR SALE Will sell cheap, a I) hard coal
stove as good as new. Inquire at 2103
FoR SALE At a bargain, a soft coal burn
er, almost new. Apply at 903 Fourteenth
FOR SALE One roan mare, weight HV0
Juninds. and one black horse, weight 1300.
. 1. Ameut. 10:2 Second avenue.
FOR SALE One bred roadster, gentle
horse, with bug:gv and harness, cheap.
Also rubber tired surrey, harness. ?l2o.
Applv evenings. 333 East Fourteenth
FOR RALK FARM PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Forty-eight acres of good farm
land 2 miles from Andalusia. Will sell
cheap. Enquire of J. M. Richardson. cre
FOR SALE 160-acre farm. 8ii miles from
Milan. Has 6-room house, two barns, wind
mill, plenty ot weils ana springs, 40 acres
in pasture, 120 In plow and meadow land.
Anxious to sell. Price 5 per acre. See
H. K. Walker, under Kock Island National
FOR SALE A medium sized grocery stock
centrally located, good city trade, splen
did farm trade and good will goes witn
the business Can rent store for a term of
years. Reason tor selling and terms can
be secured at rooms 1 and 2 Masonic Tem
ple R. J.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marlon E. Sweeney, attor.
ney, rooms 33-35, Mitchell A Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN in any amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property tor
sale or rent. W. L Coyne. 130 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WE make a specialty ot loaning money on
household goods, horses, wagons, etc.,
without removal and in a quiet way. Call
on us for quick loans. Fidelity Loan com
pany, Room 23, Mitchell & Lynde block.
W. A. ROBB A CO. All kinds ot electrical
construction. Estimates furnished and
service prompt and reliable. Fine line of
gas and combination fixtures. 119 Eight
PATENT and trademark office Room 14
Mitchell A Lynde building. Ro-k Island.
Jats F. Murpby. associate, branch of
Moore A Co.. patent attorneys. Washing
ton. D.C. and Chicago. 111.
nEATINO AND PLUMBING.
iCHAyOsTPRRnv A COMPANY Heating
and plumbing along scientific and sani
tary lines. . Careful and skilled workmen.
Prompt attention. Ill West Seventeenth
street. Phpne U4S ...
McCASKRIN A McCASKRIN -At torneys at
law. Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island
office in Bengstook block. Milan office od
- Main street .
CONNELLY A CONNELLY Attorneys at
w. money loanea. umce over cramp-
w uvvKjiiurc, i i secona avenue.
JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD Attorneys
9t law kfMd In Dnr-W V- . I 1
LUDOLPH A REYNOLDS Attorneys at
law. Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public 1705 Second avenue,
SWEENEY i WALKER Attorneys and
cuuuKuurn law Aostracis oi line.
Office la Bengston block.
SEARLE A MARSHALL Lawyers. Money
ell A Lynde block, Kock Island, lit
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys at law.
ljoau money on gooa security: make col
lections. References, Mitchell A Lynde,
bankers. Office, Mitchell A Lynde build
ing. JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at law.
ijenerai legal praewce. umce room 13,
Mitchell & Lynde building. Union Elec
tric phone Bdoi.
DR. CX3RA EMERY REED Homeopathic
physician. Special attention to diseases of
women and children; also diseases of eye.
ear, nose an--throat. Office hours. 9:30 to
12 a. m.. I to 4 p. m, 321 Sixteenth street.
J. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours 8Jo to
12 m., 1:30 -to 5 p. m. S1H Eighteenth
street, opposite Union office. Telephone
LEONARD DRACK Architect and sunerin.
tenaeni. sinner mock, second coor.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. m , 4 to 6;30 p. m.
THE LONGVIEW Park Floral company.
Meyer A Behrine, Props. Green houses
1115 Fifteenth treet. Plants, cut flowers
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlpplan-
nocx nursery. jui uowers ana designs ox
all kinds. City store. 1807 Second avenue.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
JOHN VOLK A CO. Contractors and build
ers. Also manufacturers of sash, doors
blinds and mouldings. .Dealers In plate
window and art glass. Offices and factory,
311 to 329 Eighteenth street.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate ot Elizabeth Quist, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned. Alexander Quist, has this day
flld his final report aud settlement as
sucn in the countv court of Rock Island
county, and that an order has been en
tered bv said ccurt approving the said
report, "unless objections thereto or cause
to the contrary be shown on or before
the 4th day of September A. D.. Iftl,
and upon final approval of said report
the said Alexander Quist will ask for an
order of distribution and will also ask to be
discharged All persons interested are noti
ced to attend.
Rock Island. Aug. 6. 1903.
Alexander quist. Administrator.
Searle A Marshall. Attorneys.
Notice of Final Sftlement-
Estate of John S -bul a., deceased.
Public notice is herebv give.n that the un
dersigned, Carl Witt, has this day filed
his final report and settlement as such
in the countv court ot Kock Island
county, and that aa order has been en
tered bv said court approving tlie said
report, unless obiecions thereto or cause to
the contrary le shown on or before the 4th
davof September, A. D. I'JOJ. and uponlbe
final approval- of said report the said Carl
Witt will ask lor an order ot distribution
and will also ask to be discharged. All per
sons interested are notified to attend.
Kock Island. III.. Aug 10. A. D. 1903.
CARL WITT. Administrator.
Searle & Marshall, attornevs.
Estate of Charles Zimmerman, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Charles Zim
merman, late of the countv ot Rock Isiand,
state ot Illinois, deceased, herebv gives no
tice that he will appear beiore the countv
court ot Rock Island countv at the countv
courtroom, in the city of Rock Island, at the
November term, on the first Monday in No
vember next, at which time all persons nav
ing claims against said estate are notified
aud requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this it day ot September. A. D., 1802.
HERMAN YOG EL. Administrator.
Notice of Publication In Chancery.
State of Illinois. ,
Rock Island Countv. '
In the circuit court of Rock Island countv,
September term. A. D.. 1903.
H"nry H. Carjtenter. conservatorof William
Fiemmfng. vs. James F emming and Will
iam Wiltuerton. in chancery. Bill for
Affidavit that the place of residence a":d
the posiofttce address ot James Fiemming
one of tne defendants abovs named, isuu
known and upon due inquiry cannot be
found having been filed in the office of the
clerK of saia circuit court of Rock Island
county, notice is hereby given to the said de
fendant James Fleommg that the com
plainant filed his bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancerv side thereof, cn the
18th day of August A. D. 1903 and that a
summons thereupon issued out of said court
against said defendants returnable on the
third Mondav ot September A. D . 93. as is
bv law required, aud that said bill is still
pending in said court and undetermined.
Now. therefore, unless you. the said James
Flemming, shall personally be and aiear
beiore said circuit court of Rock Island
county, on the first aay of the next term
thereof, to be hoiden at the court house ia
the city of Rock Island, in said county on
the third Monday of September A. D. 1903.
and plead, answer or .demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the same,
and the matters and things therein charged
and stated will be taken as confessed, and a
decree entered against you according to the
prayer ol said bill
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk
M'ARTHUR A COOKE, Complainant s Sol
icitors. August IS. 1903.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island Countv. (M
In the Circuit Court ol Rocklsland County.
September term. A. D. 13.
Wi'liam Flemming bv Henrv B Carpenter
his Conservator vs. James Flemming
In Chancerv: Bill lor dissolution of part
nership and for an accounting.
Affidavit that the place of residence and
thepostoffice address of James Flemming. the
defendant above named is unknown and
upon due inquiry cannot be found having
been filed in the oilice of the clerk of said
circuit court of Rock Island countv, notice
Ik hereby given to the said defendant James
Flemming that the complainant filed his
bill ol complaint in said court, on the chan
cery side thereof, on the eighteenth dav of
August. A. D., 1908, and' that a summons
thereupon issued out of said court, against
said defendant, returnable on the third
Monday of September. A. D.. 1903, as is by
law required, and that said bill is still pend
ing In said court and undetermined.
Now. therefore, unless vou, the said James
Flemming, shall personally be and appear
before the said circuit court ot Rock Island
coua'y on the first day ot the next term
thereof, to te hoiden at the court bouse in
the city of Kock Island, in said county, on
the third Monday of September A. D. 19i3.
and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein charged
and stated will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to
prayer of said bill
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk
M'ARTHUR A COOKE, Complainant's Sol
icitors. August 18, A. D. 1903.