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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1907.
FOR BEST ROOMS.
WAXTEI) M1,K IIKI.I.
FOR SAI.K CITY ritPKIlTY.
Some of the Real Estate
Advertised in these columns today
Will have new owners tomorrow
RATEK Oi eemt prr cir4 mater mnj bc-ad, except medical
ad clalrvojaat, fur the Irat three lanrrtlonas i eemt pet nor lr
act) three additional laaertluna thereafter. No ad takea for leaa
than 20 cents flrat Insertion. Display rates furnished oa application.
CLASSIFIED PAGH closes at 1 p. m. Ada received after 1 a.
am. Inserted next day. Telephone orilrra given careful attention.
By reaaest, advertisers may have aiinrn addressed te
red letter la care of The Areas.
HOTELS M Itr.soiCTS.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS I .oca tc.l
i.it!7 lot above tin- sea. All year
round resort. A perfect place lor
rent. For p;i i-i-11 J:t i s. address 1 r.
1 1. mil I S. Perkins, iix I i ;t 1 director,
Las Vi'.is, N. M.
$1.4i' buys house mi 31st street: linn
four la rue rooms and slimmer kit. hen,
Kon.l eellar, an. I city water; lot f.'ixl.'.ti.
$I.P"t buys f-r m brick house oti
3rd avenue; nut eellar. ami eity water.
$l.ti(lil buys r-noin cottage on S'-
HVenue; has eity water, sewer, ami eel
lar; lot a;.xi i.
SI. Son buys ('-roim house on 14th
street; has eity water, gas, and electric
light, ami eement walks.
$2.uii'l buys 7-rooiu house on 2i"th
ptreet; has city water, si-wit, and cel
lar. S2.""f Iimvs r.-rnom house on .".th ave
nue; has city water, Hewer, and cement
S-.."i" buvs (i-rooni tnoilern house on
15th street;' asphalt paving iail.
$:;,niin buys elegant S-rnoin house on
l'.lth street; has eity water, and sewer
and eellar. and lot IT'xI'Jj; all eh Kant
$,',, i Imyi s-room house on r.Sth
street; has city water, sewer and eellar;
lot ta'x 1 n.
$:;.riiiii Imys good store property on
3rd avenue: a good investment.
$:t.7n0 luiys T-r i house, all modern,
on X '-. avenue; lot 4x 1 in.
Sl.TiOO luivs !i-riinm Ionise on 22nd
street, all niod'.rii; lot 4')xlil); a nice
We have two line residence iriertie
on Grand court. Iinriiicrt. for mile.
We Imir IoIh In iiuy part of the fit y
at vnrlouw nricoc.
I. lnt your proierty with us; we ran
We lonn money on real ritlnlc nt tl
LININGER & MEYER,
to McKee A Co.
225 Eighteenth Street.
160712 Second Avenue, Rock Isand
and removal of nerves done by us.
and the best and most careful treat
ment given to till cases, and noth
ing dangerous tied, like chloroform,
gas, or cocaine.
p. have a patent thin elastic plat",
with natural funis, thai lits where all
other plates would fail. We use no
cheap material, for our work is uuar
iinteed to be lirst class and eipial to the
hiKhest priced dentists. Call be fere y,'
Gold Platina Fillings
Gold Fillings, up from
Gold Crowns, $5 and
Thin Elastic Plates
Red rubber plates, $9 down to...$ 5.00
Office, 1607' Second Avenue, over
Speidel's Drug Store.
STOXK Q UA Uli IKS
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar
and Trimmings a Specialty. q
For cheapness, durahility and Q
beauty, excelled by none. This p
stone does not wash or color x
the wall with alkali, etc.. Plans Q
sent us for estimates will re-
ccivo careful attention aud be O
returned at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock O
Island on the C, B. & Q. rail- ?
road. Trains No. 5 and 10 will g
stop and let visitors off ami on. q
Bridge Stone, Corn Crib Block Q
and Foundation Stone, any size p
desired. . j
Samples of stone and photos p
of buildings can he seen aV
Room 12, Mitchell & Lynde CS
building. Address S
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manngcr.g
Rock Island or Cclona, 111! x
. 50 ft
50z i 3
.$ 1.00 jO
.$ 4.00 :
REDUCING WOMEN'S AGES.
German Doctor's Rejuvenescence Plan
More Successful Than Satisfactory,
TIic Hritifh Mctla-al .lourii.U tells tliis
story, uceonliiig to a London special
cable dispatch to tin- Nov.- York Sun:
A (iiTtnnii iloctor discovered a uiv.iii!
of restoring lost youth, to women which
Li more- potent than Cagliostro's. fa
motis ii t :i -li rejuvenescence: ami ad
vertised that he could in two days re
juvetmto tlu most decrepit This
brought a crowd ol ancit'Ut d;um3 to
At tli" lirst interview after a eareful
auscultation Ik; invited each patient to
write her surname and Christian name
and age on a iiieeo of jiaper. The
n;;os to which the women pleaded
guilty varied, hut all ruled high. The
doctor utidertiHjU to give eaeh patient
the promised eiixir the next day, hut
some time, he said, va.s required to ad
just the strength to the iudividutil pow
er of resistance.
On the appointed day the women
railed again, hut tin? doctor expressed
regret that he had unfortunately mis
laid the papers containing their ages.
For this reason a new set would he re
onired. He added casually that they
ought to know that the oldest of them
must allow herself to he hurned for
Ihe good of the rest, as the hasis for
the remedy was human ash.
The next day the women hronght
hack papers with their ages Inscribed.
It was found that each had taken
many years off the age previously ad
mitted. The doctor, pretending to have
fo'ind the first papers, called them to
witness the success of his invention.
Comparing the lists, he showed that
he had kept his word In regard to
rejuvenation, because In forty-eight
hours they had all become many years
He Fired the Stick.
"I have fired the walking-stick I'-.v
carried over 40 years, on account of a
sore that resisted every kind of treat
ment, until I tried Htickien's Arnica
Salve; that has healed the .sore ami
made me a happy man." writes Join
(iarrett, of North Mills, N. C. Guaran
teed for Piles, Bums. etc.. by Y. T.
llartz. druggist, oiU Twentieth street;
Chronic Rheumatism Cured.
Dr. II. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Intl., says: "For several months after
spraining uiy ankle I was severely af
flicted with rheumatism. I finally tried
Det.chcn's Mystic Cure for rheumatism,
ami In four days could walk without
my cane; two hottles cured mc sound
and well. I take great pleasure in rcc
oinnicndiug the Mystic Cure to all who
are afflicted with rlieuniatism." Sold
by Otto urotjan, 1501 Second avenue,
Hock Island; Gust Schlcgel & Son,
220 West Second street. Davenport
JOHNSON & LEVIN g
FIGURE ON YOUR CEMENT
SIDEWALK OR CONCRETE O
FOUNDATION WORK. THEIR
WORK IS GUARANTEED
CHIMNEYS BUILT AT
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE
NEXT TWENTY DAYS.
Call or address No. 413 Fourth
& street, or 'phone 909 X
JOHN FOLK k CO.
Dealers In single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings,
Veneered aud Hardwood Floor
ing of all kinds.
Dealer in single and double
strength Window Glass, Folish
ed IMate, Beveled Plate and
u Cornrr on Coma."
DR. WOOFTER S
CORN AND BUNION REMEDY.
No. 1 and 2.
lour corn can ue removed at once
with first application, Riving immediate
relief. All druggists.
OR RENT Furnished or unfurnish..
rooms at S03 Second avenue. ,
FOK ItHN'T A pleasant furnished room
witn modern con veiiiences at 1SUU
FOK niO.N'T Nicely furnished rooms.
with water, for housekeeping, at 0-7
FOR KENT One furnished southeast
room, strictly modern, at lulls Third
avenue. Old phone 7oj-X.
KOIt RENT Kurnished rooms for light
nouseiic. ping; modern conveniences,
Apply at 2710 Kifth avenue.
KOIt HUNT Furnished rooms, with all
modern conveniences, at 217 Fifteenth
street, opposite court house.
KOIt JtKXT Thri
rn rooms, with
hath, at 2.s:i7 Sixth
at same number.
KOIt RENT Kurnished room with moil
em conveniences ami use of phone
at lis Eighteenth street. Old phone
KOIt KKNT One nicely furnished room.
modern in every particular, at 112
Nineteenth street, opposite public 11-
FOK KKNT Kurnished modern room
with board in private family. In-
quire 2S02 Sixth avenue. Old phone
1 I u- IX.
file ur.A i i ii ree unfurnished i ins,
with water and sewer, on seeoml floor
good eellar. at .., Fourth avenue. Old
plume . 2 1-X.
I-OK KKNT One I.ire airy front bed
room, with line lat'Ku alcove: luriiaee
heat, electric lihls. bath, and tel
phone: four houses from Kmin View
ear. on Nineteenth street: price very
reasonable, fall old phone MS-K, or
address letter, -X. V. Z.," care of
i ok ki;n r not m:.
KOK KKNT William Sears homestead,
picturesiiin ly located in the valley of
Sears. Terms very reasonable. Ad
dress 'Homestead." care of Ai'kus.
KOU KKNT Kin t
1 'ass ik Bros".
KOK RENT A live-room eottafje on
Fifteenth avenue and Tenth street.
Call at jJ." Twenty-lirst street.
I't'U KKNT Niie live-room Hat, with
conveniences and heat, at '.'11 Nine
teenth street. Apply on premises.
KOK KKNT Six-room modern house at
M'3 Fifteenth street. Inquire W. C.
Maueker. Fourth avenue and Seven
l'l'K KKNT A two-story cinht-rooni
modi rn brick house, ood location.
Apply to la-ardsley a I la i ley culll
pany, 17 Kinliteeiith street.
FOK KKNT The swellest little live-
room cottage iii Kock Island: all mod
ern ami nood location. ISeardsley .V
li.ulcy company. HI 7 KiKhteeiilii street.
FOK KKNT Four-room house, -.'I'll
Fifth avenue, and live-room lower
llat. J .: I l ourtli avenue,
liam .McKniry, Mitchell ii
1"K KKNT Tin- north side of a double
house, live rooms, partly modern, at
117 Forty-fourth street: rent. $l."i. ln
ituire at ti 1 o Forlietii street, or phone
1 1 -U.
FOK KKNT Two six-room Hats, with
all modern conveniences, on Sixth
avenue and Twentieth street. Iuouire
of Sltirp-mi, tjtelck iV: Sturgeon, M. i!t
FoK KKNT Seven-room llat. marly
new. on Seventh avenue and Forty
second street. Kock Island. Inquire
of .1. S. Holtoii. Hi:; Sixteenth street,
Moline. (ihl phone east aiiJ-X.
FOK KKNT One llat in the new Xcriis
apartment house, corner Thirteenth
street and Second avenue, equipped
with all modern improvements. Ap
ply or address W. O. Negus, at the
Kock Island house.
FOK KKNT After June 1, new live
room house in South Heights: $1(1
per month: also seven-room house on
Twelfth street, one block from ear
line; ill per month: water in houses.
Inquire old phone 7."i!-K. K. W. Kob
insoii. contractor and builder.
Foit ni;vr iim i:i.i.i:ni s.
F K KKNT Otlice room at rear of Kock
FOK KKNT Store room, corner Sev
enth avenue and Seventeenth street.
Apply to Keidy Urns.
FOK KKNT Summer cottages and
tentinc; ground ben ul if u! ly located on
Campbell's island only im yards from
car line. Address 1.. I'. Kci'sstrom.
I'OH HU.Vr FA It MS.
lioN'T buy land until you have a chance
to see our list. We own or control
all lands we offer in Minnesota,
North liakota or Canada. Leave
agents tit home and wive the commis
sions. Free transportation to all buy
ers. W. C. Koders Kami company.
National Rink of Commerce building,
LOST AM I'llt .M).
I.t 1ST -A small muslin sack containing
a ten-dollar bill. A reward for the
return of same to The Argus otlice.
LOST Met ween Kock Island and lav
enport. an old-fashioned necklace.
liberal reward for its return to :n
LOST lift ween Twenty-fourth and
Twenty-seventh streets, a pair of
nose-glasses. A very liberal reward
for return of same to Argus otlice.
LOST Will the finder of the umhrcll.1
-.viUi gold knob, lost on the liridgc
line citr Friday afternoon, please re
turn to IK. West Sixth street, laven
port. and be rewarded.
CAIIU OK THANKS.
TIIK lAl';ilTKKS and sons of the
late Mrs. Anna Iirdorf desire to ex
press their thanks to triemls and
neighbors for assistance rendered ami
sympathy shown during the illness
and death of their beloved mother.
They also express their thanks lor
the beautiful floral offerings.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Insuiance company, Newa.-k
American Ins. Co Newark, N. .1.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Farmers' Ins. Co York, Fa.
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co. .N.Hampshi-e
Northern Ins. Co New York
Security Ins. Co... New Haven, Conu.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois.. Rockford, 111.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Connecticut
Office, room .1, Buford block. Rates
las low as- consistent with security.
WANTKI Machinists: pood waires.
steady position. out-of-town job.
open shop, transportation advanced.
Koom G4, Kock Island house.
VANTEI lioy about 1 0 years old, one
who has some knowledge of protom-
phy prclerrcd. Apply after ti p. m. at
31i',i Twentieth street.
WANTKI Well dressed yoiinsr siliKl.
man to (! on road: no drinkers oi
eiarct smokers need apply. Call for
K. II. belecman Harper house.
HA.Mtiii rveai. eieau cut Hustlers lor
a clean cut proposition. If von can
make (,'iiuil, save ymir ear fare. Call
after ti p. m., 1 l'lo Second avenue. Mr.
WANTED Hustlers everywhere; : to
$.'!i made weekly dist ribul inp; circu
lars, samples; no canvassing; steauy.
Merchants' Outdoor Advertising com
WANTED Kor the C. S. Marine Corps,
men heiween aes rj and ;;.; an op
liortunity to see the world. Kor full
lutormatiou apply in person nr bv let
ter to I'ostollice-. Kock Island, 111.
n.i.M r.i .Men ami imys. to p arii
piumiiing or urieKlay nig trades; pavs
t'i to s day; position secured aft
three months instruction. Coyne
School. St. Louis. Mo. Free catalogue
n.i.Mi.u iionesi man. u travel in
Illinois; experience unnecessary, but
must liirmsh K I references; $ii i
month and expenses; permanent posi
tion, wn u aovauceiiiein. Editress pres
ident Klaek, U Cainbridtje street, Uos-
Will eiiiip sh
tools niven: v
to learn barber trade.
ip tor you. or furnish
Weeks completes; ci
. careful instructions;
as'es Saturdays; iliph
Write for catalogue.
inline, Chicago. 111.
WANTKH Clerical positions open: the
demand for lirst class ofllce men always
exceeds the supply. We need at once
capable accountants. bookkeepers.
cashiers, cost and shipping clerks,
collectors, correspondents, private sec
retaries; salaries, f Mill til $.!.illlll. ( pen-
inj;s tor salesmen, executive and tech
nical men aud un-n having money t
lnvesi with ineir services. rite us
today, stating position desired. t if-
lices in 1 1 cities. llapoods (Inc.)
r.rain lirokers. 1 0 1 a llarllord build-
iiir. Chicago, HI.
VA XTKI FEM A I.K IIKI.P.
A chambermaid at the
WANTKI' A cook at Mrs. Julia Kosen
lield s. Nineteenth street and Sixth
WANTKI) Two girls, for cook and
housemaid. Mrs. tj. L. Kyster, lluU
WA NTKI i A girl for general Inuisi
worn in small tamily. Call at linS
I went y-sixt h st n et.
XVAM K1) MISt F.I.I. ANF.Ol S.
Address "II. 11. .'.
WAN 11.1) Washing and ironing to do
at home by reliable woman. Call at
.i'JN I wentielh street.
W A NT ISO A girl for
work: small lamilv;
W. C. Willets,
i i-.i ! urnisncu cot lage i five or
six ri is. lor the summer. Atqdv l
F. C. .Morgan. Klite theater. Oavcn-
WANTKO l'ermaiieiit room and board
m private tamily. centrally located.
by i t sponsible couple; reterences ex
changed. Address "X. 7.'.." care Argus
WANTKO Some one to take away dirt.
lice lor the labor, from Twentieth
street and I-ourteenth avenue. In
quire of H. IS. Krell, 715 Seventeenth
WANTKO A girl lor general hou:
work; no washing; good wages to
right parly. Inquire at lill Fifth
a veu ue.
WANTKO Hoarders, at n private Ger
man hoarding house; lirst class mealH.
homfc cooking; nice rooms, with steam
heat; bath and gas; price reasonabh
1405 Fourth avenue; old phone S24-Y.
W A. NTKI A miilille-aged or young
lady of stability, win. is employed dur
ing the day. to occupy a pleasant front
room. I" or tnrthr particulars call at
I'll:! Fifteenth street. Keferenees ex
changed. Call after tl p. m.
WANTKO Household goods to move.
store, pack or ship at reduced rates
to I'aciflc coast und other points. For
the best service at lowest rates write
or call on Kwert & Kichter KxpressAi
Storage company, 322-3SG ISast Fourth
street. Oavenport, Iowa. Tel. 5a8.
WANTKO To buy r.nii stoves of all
kinds, also all the second hand good
y..u have to .sell or trade. Household
goods sold on payments to suit the
buyer. New steel ranges exchanged
for your old cook stoves. Would lik
to i.uy all tools, lucveies, harness, or
anything ot value. Will surprise you
ill tin- price of three upright pianos I
have for sab'. Terms to suit. Will
lo. in you money on diamonds at per
cent. Money loaned on household
goods: small amounts on houses aiul
lots from $2.. to $aiin. Will buy mort
gages and notes. The most reliabh
the most private, the cheapest, tin
quickest, the oldest all around busi
ness place in the country. Listen
Inn watches, 20-year cases, Klgin and
Waltham movement, written guaran
tee, for $7..." to JH. Hon t torget
Jones pays the freight. 1US3 Second
W ANTKO A temperate. Intelligent gen
tleman, stranger in fity. loiiesoiii'
desires to correspond with neat.
lined woman under 40. Address in
confidence. J L. Gray, general deliv
ery. Kock Island. 111.
ISXIMIISSl., S'l OII ;iS, III N AMI C All.
KOKU'S TKANSFKK COMPANY 120
West Seventeenth street. Old phone
I...;.; new phone ..1..S. New storage
building. Kxprcss. baggage, bus and
cab calls answered day or night.
KISLIAP.L1S STOKAGIS On first floor;
also manulacturer ol awnings, tents.
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent.
IS. Roesslcr & Co.. 20!) Fifteenth
street, opposite the court house, Itoek
ISWISKT & RICHTKK Kxprcss and
Storage company, having uneiiuaied
facilities for moving, s'r.ring, packing
and shipping household goods, and
ran quote reduced freight rates to
Pacific coast aud other points. Write
or call. Ofllce and warehouse, 322-
326 ISast Fourth street. Uavcnport,
11 IS I.
EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY-
Wholesale and reail dealers in bi
tuminous and anthracite coal. Prompt
delivery service. Otlice 1718 First
iiisatim; ami im.imiiimi.
CIIANNON. DI'FVA CO. Heatlnc
and plumbing along peicntific lines;
careful and skillful workmen. Prompt
attention. 114 West Seventeenth St
VOll SALE A lot on Twelfth street.
near iweiitii avenue; 4xl.i0. impure
it 1013 Kourtli avenue.
KOU SALE Lot 40x1. -.0 feet, centrally
located, on paved street. Kor partic
ulars address liox 1107, city.
KOK SALE liarKain; two six-room
modern dwelliiiKs; rents $o'J per
month; price Su,a.i.t. llcidy liros.
KOK SALE Kive-room house and one
aire of ground on Eighteenth ave
nue and Thirtieth street. Old phone
KOK SALE -Two-story six-room house
in fair condition, on Eighth street;
lot iiiixl70; for Sl.i'iiii: bargain, needi
er lros., l.ilj'-' Second avenue.
KOK SALE Or trade, a two-story
eiht-room, all modern house on pav
ed street; larse lot; will take cottage
In part payment. Eckhart Ac Uuffum.
KOK SALE Acre and town lots Just
outside of city limits on bluff near
street car line, cheap on monthly pay
ments. Impure of John T. Campbell,
lsii Seventeenth street, l'hone All
FoK SALE Eiuht acres of latid in
South Kock Island on Thirtieth street,
witli two acres in fruit hearing trees
and buslies. for Jjou an acre, on easy
terms or trade for city property. Ap
ply to Bccchcr Itros., i;i3i Second
FoK SAI.K Two-storv bouse, i:
. la i ce
condition, with seven lare
front hall, back and front stair.'
attic, cemented eellar. water,
and oath; corner lot. with niei
trees; ;:.lnii. needier j'.ros..
rim a live-room conacre on
paved street; a desirable location,
with sewer, water, line bath tub and
loset; seven-toot cellar: nice shade
trees: for $1.7jii; in Rood condition; a
bargain. See Ilecchcr tiros., ljlUVs
KOIt SALK Thirty of the Hurst level
lots south of Kighteenth avenue; good
water, air, and drainage; two blocks
from car lines, south of Aiken and
west ot Seventeenth street. Also a
new cottage in same locality. Kasy
terms. K. W. Kobinson. Old phone
Ft K SALK A new house with live fin
ished rooms on lirst Hour, room lor
iour more on second Hour, with wa
ter and sewer, piped for bath room
with good heating plant: lot 4xKi
for $2.ii'iii: a good bargain: owner i.-li-aving
city. Keecher Kros., 1013V:
Si coin! avenue.
FOK SALK Cheap, nice level lots, 4Sxl 23
corner Twenty-seventh street and Kich-
teenth avenue, facing Long. View
street car track. Also for sale, one
half acre lot. Also for sale or trade
one-half acre lot with new seven
room house. Terms to please pur
chaser. Inquire of K. Thonn, 610
FOR SAI.K MISCEI.LANKOIS.
Ft IK SALK N
hard coal burn-
er. Call at
new phone o
S , )i.
FOK SALK lb
Ulsehiild goods: must hi
sold at once;
quire at l"J."i
parly leaving citv. In-
FOK SALK A square Knabe piano
rosewood caso in line condition; will
sell cheap. Inquire of Hev. M. Hum
phreys, 1014 Seventeenth street.
FOK SIMS FAHM I. AMIS.
FOK SALK One of the lines t ltiO-acre
farms in Kock Island county; will
take some good city property in trade.
Keidy Urns., room 4, Mitchell & Lynde
INSI'KANCIS on dwellings and house-
bold lurniuire a specialty. C. It
I'LKASANT F. COX Heal estate and
insurance. Loans a specialty. I test
lire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. l'hone west 70U-X
Ollice, at court house.
KKNNKTT'S Insurance Agency Fire
life, accident, health, and plate glass
Heal estate and loans. Konm 2, l!u
I'ord block, otlice photic 711-X. Hes
ideiice phone 7oi;-K. Open Wednesday
and Saturday nights.
ToKNAOo INSI KANCK Kates for cit
propert y, 2 cents per $ I oo one y-ar.
4n cents per $lmi three vears, tin cents
per $1IH live years. Call or addi-ess
c. H. Chaml.erliu. agent. Mitchell A.
IIAYKS CLK A V IS I .A N I The lioncei
agency, old time and lire tested com
panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass
tornado, accident, life, or almost any
form of risk. Ground tloor ollice '2 IV
to SIS Kighteenlh street.
WIS WILL KONO YOF Kxeeutors". ad
ministrators'. guardians', trustees', m
any kind of judicial bonds: lodge ami
society officers: city, state or F. S
government i.lli.-ials: contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want fexcopt bail bonds!.
Terms reasonable. Hayes Cleave
land. resident, managers Fidelity &
Oeposit company of Maryland.
WANTKO Orcssmaking to do. also
cutting ami fitting taught. Mrs.
Halm's Orcssmaking Parlors. 1513U
Third avenue, Kosentiebl Hats.
LAOIKS" TAH.OK ANO OKKSSM A K Fi:
High class tailor suits, riding hab
its of all descriptions, exquisite gowns
and evening waists, dress plcatings
and bullous covered. High class
dressmaking and ladies' tailoring
thoroughly taught. ( i. II. Grabl.e;
both phones; suite 2"S to "12 South
Putnam building. Oavenport, Iowa.
F.UITATIOX A I.,
Al 'GI'STA N A COLLKGIS KusiiiPss de
partment. A thorough business train
ing given lor entry into commercial
life. Terms reasonable. Apply lo Au
VILLA OK CI I A NT A I A home school
conducted for girls by the Sisters of
the Visitation. Ku.liin. nla ry and h igh -it
branches and all polite accomplish
ments taught. Twentieth street and
Fifteenth avenue. Kock Island.
ovritAt Tons ami in ii.m.us.
JOHN VOLK A: "O. Contractors and
builders. Also manufacturers of sash,
doors, blinds and mouldings. Oealers
in plate window and art glass, of
fices and factory, 311 to 32U .Eigh
MRS. MARY YATKS Husiness medium.
hours. I to l.t p. m. Residence, 70.".
Fourth avenui. Take the lilue line
west. l'hone west 72I-X.
J2.0U RKAOINGS. 2.". CISNTS Spiritual
ist, meeting every Sunday evening.
7:30. Lecture and messages. We cure
diseases through natural law. ;.10
Sixteenth street, Moline.
ART DF.COIl ATIOX.
PARI HON & SON Artistic interior
decoration. Finest line of late papers
carried and skilled workmen employ
ed. Moderate prices. 417 Seven
IIKNRY OATSTHJE Proprietor Chip
pinnnock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, 1607
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
TRIO LODGE, NO. &7, A. F. & A. M.
Meets in stated communication
on the lirst Thursday of each
month. Sam K. Davis. W. M. ;
William li. I'ettit, secretary.
KOCK ISLAND COKNCIL. NO. 20. It. &
S. M. Meets in stated communica
tion on the third Wednesday of each
month. II. M. Hrirs, T. 1. M. ; i. C.
KOCK ISLAND COMMANDKKY NO. IN.
K. T. Meets in stated conclave oil
the second Monday of each month.
II. A. J. McDonald, E. C; It. C. Willer
MASONIC BOARD OK CONTROL 1 1.
D. Mack, president; Jr. T. Myers, sec
retary. llOl lSIO. AI attoiini: S.
JACKSON, HIKS'I" K ST A F F M tO At-
torneys-at-la w. Otlice m Kock. Island
National bank building.
SKA It LIS & MAKSIIALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate se
curity. Mitchell & Lynde block, Kock
II. M. M'CASK KIN Attorney-at-law.
Kock island and Milan. Kock Island
otlice in l'.eugstoii block. Milan ollice
on Main street.
SWKKNKY & WALK Kit Attorneys
and counselors at law. Abstracts of
title, otlice. rooms iilt-2'J4. l'eoples
National bank building.
IIOI'K THOMPSON Attorney-at-law.
tieiieral law business: probate, com
mercial and corporation law. lVJi
Second avenue, Kock Island.
LI'OOIJ'H & KKYN'OLOS Attorneys
at-law. Money to loan. f,cneral legal
business. Notary public. 17Uj Sec
ond avenue, Itut'ord block.
M'KNIKV t MKNIKV At t orneys-at
law. Loan money on good security
make collections. Keferenees. Mitch
11 & Lynde. bankers. Ollice, Mitchell
: Lynde building.
MI'Kl'ilY .t WITTKK J. F. Murphy
and J. F. Witter, attorneys-at-law.
ieiieial legal practice. Kooms, 14 and
l'i. Mitchell Lynde building. I'nion
Kleetrio phone .".'lal.
MOMSY TO I.OAX.
LOANS ON KKAL KSTATK SKCI IMTY
at lowest rates. Ludolph i Reynolds,
lawyers. I'.uloi.l block, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MoNKY To LOAN On real estate sc.
curity at lowest rates. Marion IS.
Sweeney, attorney, rooms 32 and '.',7,,
Mitchell it Lynde building, Kock Is
land. LOANS ON FFKNITL'RK, pianos, horses,
wagons, salaries, etc.; quickly, pri
vately, at the lowest rales. Mutual
Loan company t unine. ). room 411,
l'eoples National bank building, Ituek
Island. l'hone old west 1--.
WIS MAKIS A SI'KCIALTY of loaning
money on household goods, horses,
wagons, etc., without removal anil in
a quiit way. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan company, room
3. Mitchell Ac Lynde block.
KYKKY employe in the tri-cities n'oi.l-
ing a sieauy position can get a loan
on their promise to pay on their plain
note No endorser, no inquiry of
friends, or employer. Loans on house
hold goods and other personal prop
erty, our plan is the fairest and most
convenient to borrowers. C. I'.erg
man & Co., Su3 Brady street. Uinu
port. tdl VIN AM) I'KO ISIONS.
pany lirokers. limk Island house
block. Stock, grain, provisions, cot
ton, and investment securities bought
and sold for cash or on margins, pri
vate wires to Chicago and New York.
Koth phones: old west :::!, new r.illv
Market quotations gladly furnished
by phone or mail.
II. J. TOHKK & CO. Krokers. Oaven
port. Stocks.-grains, provisions, cot
ton. I'rivate wire to New York and
Chicago. Olliccs, lna Main street. Tel
MSOKGIS H. SIOWKLL K CO. Com
mission merchants. Grain, hay and
provisions. Members of the Chicago
board of trade and Chicago stock ex
change. Kstahlisheii "jr. years. No.
i4- and Til:! Kialto building. Longdis
tance phone. Harrison litiii.
KOCK ISI.ANO ST IS AM LAI "N OK Y
I'.auersfehl AL- Sexton. proprietors.
Fine liuish and quick service. 1S14
Third avenue, l'hone west Ui;3.
HOMK LAI NOKY
only; work called
Miss A. Couch.
Twelfth street; old
for and delivered.
phone west G.".-L.
i:i.i;t 'l lt(IIA SIS.
SLPISRFLFOFS HAIR ANO MOLISS
permanently removed with the elec
tric needle without pain; treatment
given at the home, unless otherwise
desired. Address Miss A. M. Kit
tredge. 127 Kast Sixth street. Haven
port. Old phone N. 2431.
IUSIMSSS ( IIVMI'.S.
WANTKO Man with about t:: can
secure legitimate light manufactur
ing business, in which there is no
risk or competition, and $lu to $12
daily profits: bank ret eren.es. Fr
personal interview address "J. V.,"
SCIISNTIFIC FACIAL ANO SCALP
Massage Shampooing, Manicuring,
and all kinds ot hair work done to
order. Ready-made hair goods for
sale. Chiropody a specialty for la
dies and gents. 1827'.2 Second ave
nue. Rock Island. Mrs. 1. K. Scholl
Adiultilnl r ntor'x Not Ire.
Kstate of Maclien Winters, deceased.
I in- undersigned, having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Maclien Winters, late of the conntv of
Kock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
count V. at the county court room, in
tJie city of Rock Island, at the August
fcrm, on the lirst Monday in August
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notili.d
and requested to attend, for the pur
pose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted lo said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
Oated 27th dav of Mav. A. O. Ifli7.
Henry Waterman, attorney.
M IStl'.LLA Kill's.
i r nil.: w ant to buy, sen, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mail and Journal is
the one paper in Moline that can do
it for you. Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash
in advance; two-cent stamps will do.
Evening and Saturday Mail and Jour
nal. Moline, I1L
PATENT ANO TRADE-MARK Ollice,
room 14. Mitchell & Lynde building.
Rock Island. James F. Murphy, as
sociate, branch of Moore Sr Co.. pat
ent attorneys, Washington, IX C, and
Admlnlittrator'a Hot lee.
Kstate of I'hilip Swift, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
I'hilip Swift, late of the county of Rook
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that he will appear be
fore the county court of Hook Island
county, at the county court room, in the
city of Kock Island, at 'the July term,
on the lirst Monday in July next, at
which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend, for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons
indebted to said estate arc requested to
make immediate payment to the under
signed. Oated SOth day of April. A. P. 1907.
JAMKS SWIFT. Administrator.
Kstate of Herman Carl Julius Buett-
The undersigned, having bcn ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Merman Carl Julius liuettlier. late of
the county of Kock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby given notice that
he will appear before the county court
f Kock Island county, at the county
court room, in the citv of Kock Island.
it the August term, on the lirst Mon
day in August next, at which time all
persons having claims against said es
tate are untitled and requested to at-
nd. for the purpose of having 1 he samn
adjusted. All persons Indebted to said
state are requested to make immedi
ite pavnieiit to the undersigned.
Hated lll dav of Mav. A. I . I!t7.
1 i K KT11A 1 '. I ' 1 STT N K K.
To Whom II May t iinrrru.
Notice is hereby given that on Sat
urday. July i;. A. I . Foi7. at the hour
of 1 o'clock ji. m. there will be held a
special nulling of tin- stockholders of
the National Neck Yoke company, at
the ollice of said company, in the eity
of Kock Island, in Kock island county.
Illinois, for the purpose of voting on
tin- question of increasing the capital
stock of said company from ten thous
and dollars to litty thousand dollars,
and also of enlarging the object for
which such corporation was formed.
Kock Island. 111. June ii. IHU7.
SWAIN I'KAKSoN. l resident.
John I'earson, secretary.
No I ice iif .uurdi.-iu Sale of It en I Kalalr.
State of Illinois, Kock Island Coun-
I'.y virtue ..f a decretal order of the
county curt of said county, entered hi
tin- June i.-i m of said court. A. O. 1!mi7.
on the application of Mary L. Cuter,
guardian of Ki. haul W. Carter and
Charles Crawford Carter, minors, to sell
the following described real estate be
longing to said Illinois, situate in the
county of Kock Island, state of Illinois.
to- it :
llcgiiiuing at a point one hundred
seventeen t'.tl7 leel south of the north
east corner of the southwest quarter
( 'i I. north of the Indian boundary line
ol section thirty-six 3'!i. in township
eighteen I Is i north, range two i2
we.-i ul the fourth principal meridian,
being the southeast col lier of a lot herc
toloic conveyed to Louisa l'.aumbach;
thence south along tin- west line of Kim
street, lorty I -pi I feet to the north line
of Seventh avenue, Iheine west along
the north line of Seventh avenue one
hundred ninety-eight (1VM feet, thence
at right angles north forty (I'M feet to
the southwest corner of Louisa llaum
bach's lot. thence east along the south
line of said Kaumb.ieh lot one hundred
ninety-eight ii:l feel to tli"- place of
beginning: being tin- smith forty itu)
ti l l of outlot number twenty-two ( 22 1,
in said quarter section, as shown on Oie
plat of out lots and sub-lots of the city
of Kock Island, all of which said real
slate being situated in the city of Hock
Island, county of Kock Island, and stale
I shall, on the second day of July.
A. O. Km.', at the east door of the court,
house in tin- city of Kock Island, county
of Kock Island, and st.ite of Illinois, at
the hour of li o'clock in the morning
of said day. sell all the interest of said
minors in and lo the said real estate at
public vendue for cash.
Oated this Mh dav of June. A. O. 1307.
M A It Y L. C. K'I'KK.
Guardian of Said Minors.
Collateral Sale f 20. Minrrs ot the (up-
Hill Slock of the Kock Inland
To All Whom It May Concern:
Know ye. that on the l.'.lh dav of sen.
I-. A. Head, being m-
del. led lo the
Veigh. in the
lars t $.;.i.iin .
UllllelSiglie.l. J. II. Mf-
film of six thousand dl
d'ily executed under his
hand and delivered to the undersigned
his certain promissory note of that date.
ble to lhe uiulersiu ne.l a t the Haii-
ml.al National bank. Hannibal. Mo., In
ninety y.i t days thereafter. Willi in
fest at lhe rati' of six (Hi per cent
per annum tn.iu maturity of said note.
in.1 to secure the payment of the same.
Inly assigned and delivered to the un
dersigned certificate No. Oil. for one
hundred lm shares of the capital
-lin k of the Kock Island Plow company,
i corporation of the state of Illinois, as
ollnteral security to said note; that af
terwards, on tin- .".111 day of October.
Km."., said F. A. Head, being in, I. bled to
the undersigned. J. H. McVeigh, in the
further sum of live thousand dollars
I $.',.111.11 1. duly executed under his hand
mil deliver..) to the undersigned his
eitain promissory note of thai date.
payable lo the undersigned at the Han
nibal National bank. Hannibal. M.. in
ninety Gun days thereafter, with inter-
t at- six oil per cent per annum from
maturity of said note, and to secure the
payment of the same, duly assigned and
delivered to the undersigned i . rt Heat
No. 32-".. for seyent v-ll ve 7-i shares .if
the capital stock of said Kock Island
Plow company, as collateral security to
said note: that afterwards, on Oct. .In.
ll.n.'i. to further secure the payment of
sai.l notes, and each of them, said F. A.
Head duly assigned and delivered to
the undersigned. J. II. McVeigh, ceftill
cate No. 31.".. for thirty 1 3U I shares of
the- capital" stock of sai.l Rock Island
Plow company, as colla'er.'il security to
said notes: Unit said lb ad, in and by
said notes expressly stipulate,! and
agreed in each of said notes, that In
case said notes, or either of theni, should
not be paid when due. that lhe under
signed should have the right to sell sai.l
certificates and shares of stock so
pledged as collateral security thereto,
with or without notice, to pay the same;
that the said F. A. Head did not pay said
notes, or either of them, or any part
thereof, when .Inc. or thereafter, but
has made default in the payment there
of; that t lie whole of both of said notes,
principal and interest, is now past due
anil is wholly unpaid, and that the un
dersigned has elected, and does lierebv
elect, to sell said certificates and share
of slock at public sale, pursuant to the
power in said n'.t.-s given to him.
Notice is tin refine hereby given that
the undersigned will, on Tiiexdny. th
Nii iinil 1 2nd I day of July, A. O. 1!U7.
at tin- hour of 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, at the east door of the court
house, in the eity of Rock Island, coun
ty of Rock Island, and slate of Illinois.
xpose and offer said certificates and
shares of stock, or so much thereof as
mav be necessary to satisfy such debt
iuul expenses, for sale at public auction,
to the highest and best bidder or bid
ders for cash: at which time and place
all persons desiring to purchase said
certificates of stock, or either of them,
are requested and urged to be present,
and bid at such sale.
Oated Ko.-k Island. III., this 1st day
of June. A. O. 1307.
J. II. McVISIGH.
Swenev & Walker, attorneys. Rock
STEAMSHIP TIME CAIIU.
CARNIVAL CITT PACKET COMPANY.
White Collar Line. Steamers Co
lumbia and Helen p.lair, for Muscarine,
Burlington, and all intermediate points,
at 4 p. rn. Ouring April and May. tri
weekly service, leaving Rock Island ev
ery Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
After May 30. daily service to Musca
tine and Burlington, except Sundays,
and every Sunday for Muscatine only.
Meals and berth on steamers.
C. J. MANGAN. Asent.
Rock Island. 111.
W. A. Blair, mnnntfcr, Oavenport. Ia.
Telephone, old west 1S8, new 5151.
Dock at foot of Nineteenth, street.