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THE AltGUS. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8, 1908. '
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REAL. ESTATES AGENTS.
MoaiH lEIsftaft' Fp . Sail
$1,350 buys. 5-room cottage on 13th
street, near court house. ..;
$5,000 "will buy a fine modern 8-room
hquse on 21st street; asphalt street
paving; corner. . ....
$8,500 buys 8-room modern house,
. and barn, on 23rd street; quarter saw
ed oak down, birch and hard pine up";
hot water. heat; corner lot, 100x140. .
$2,500 buys 7-room house on 13th av-
enuft . - ," ,
$2,600 ' buys ' 7-room - houe on 12th
$2,500 .buys 7-room Cottage on - 12th
street ; easy terms. -
$1,?00 buys G-room cottage, and barn,
on 11th avenue; lot 65x120.
$4,000 buys 7-room modern house on
12th street; corner. y
I $2,500 buys nice double house on 10th
.avenue near- 12th street. .
. $3,500 buys 9-room modern house on
'144 street. -
$4,000 buys new modern cottage, cor
' ner, on 14th street.
$1,600 buys 5-room cottage, and barn,
on 14th street. ,
$1,650 buys 6-room cottage, 4 down
and 2 up, on 40th street. .
. $1,400 buys half of double house, 6
rooms, on 3rd avenue. N -
$2,000 buys 7-room fine new home on
40th street. . , . .
$4,100 buys modern home on 3rd ave
nue; cost $5,500,
LIST TOUR PROPERTY WITH VS. '
WE LOAN MONET ON REAL ESTATE.
BOTH TIIONEa . 225 18TI1 STREET.
A 7-room modern home on. 1 4th
street; one-third cash ........ .$3,130
A 6-room house on 40th street;
coat $1,800 a year ago ......... .tl,6."0
A splendid 8-room modern house
on 22nd street; east front .. .t .$5,200
An elegant little 6-room house on 41st
street; electric lights; good
, A 7-room house, with bath, furnace,
and gas fixtures; near Milan
car line 92.000
A fine corner lot, 40x120, east of ball
. park; a chance for some easy
An 8-room ' "strictly modern house on
,.7th avenue; price has been cut -from
$5,000 to . . $4r'iOO
' A neat little 5-room cottage, convenl
' . . ently located, gas, city water, sew- v -a
rr, cement walks, easy terms .... $2100
A 6-room thoroughly, moderh house on
".' 19th sUeet; lot 50x150, -
m for $3,300
A 9-room house on 7th avenue, near
. 24th street, has sewer, water
and gas $3,230
An 8-room house on 4th avenue; bath,
furnace, electric lights; large
lot; paving paid ... ...... .$3r'0O
' A fine 6-room modern house In west
' part of town; large
lot ..? $2,7.
, PROPERTY WANTED.
' A five or six .room, modern house
in east part of town; will -pay . Spot
'cash. - , . . . . ' .
A 7-room house near Elm street, op
top of hill; will pay $500 down.1 "... -"
- A cottage on easy terms; must -foe
within walking distance of Woodmen
Money to loan on real estate.
. Open Saturday evenings.
lEIaunry EL IHIdblbiupcJl- '
Fire iMuraort and Surety Bond.
1805 Second avenue. . Both Phones!
- $4,500 will buy an 8-room all modern
houjtt-, very centrally located. . . . - .
$3,600 will buy a 7-room all modern
new house, excellent location.
$2,800 will buy 6-room all modern
house. ' . . . ' . i "
$2. 250 1 will buy 5-room house, good
location, fine lot, cement -walks, etc.
Can' sell good business propositions,
no difference -where located.
A southwest corner lot on 27th street,
47x150 feet, for $3i0. :-
An 8-room all modern house on 8th
Two houses and lots . on- 20th street,
$4,500. . t
Lots in any part or tne city ranging
from $375 up; some on paved streets.,
Farm lands very reasonable. t
fokle on easv terms. . ""
Hounes to rent, money to loan on first
This is only a small part of the prop
erties which are .listed with me.
Plans and specifications for new
bouses free of charge.
. $1,600 will buy 7-room cottage, with
water, sewer and gas, ' plenty of -fruit
trees, one block from school house and
' paving. ., ' -
Blbnakcisiilbsnpi & :.
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BUILDING, LOANS.- BROKERAGE.
AND INSURANCE, ' ' ."
v 1813 Second -Avenue. . '
i Office phones. S599, old 199; residence
hone,' now S98t. ,. . .
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TRIO LODGE, NO. 57. A.. F. A. M.
Meets ' In stated communication
on the first Thursday of each
montn. j. w. Houder, w. M.;
wiuiam &. A'etiiv secretary.
ROCK ISLAND COUNCIL, NO. 20 R. &
S. M. Meets in stated communication
on the third Wednesday of each month.
M. M. Briggs, T. L M.; JU C Daugh
ROCK ISLAND COMMA NDERT NO. 18,
K. T. Meets in stated conclave on
the second Monday of each month.
H. A. J. McDonald, B. c; R. C WUler
ton, recorder. .
MASONIC BOARD OF CONTROL H.
D. Mack, president; F. T. Myers, sec
LOST? AND FOUND.
LOST Nickel plated crank belonging to
a Franklin Automobile. Finder please
return same to Lewis Rooting com
pany's .office, or call up by phone. A
suitable reward. . .
LOST Between Second and Seventh
avenues and Fifteenth jtiid Twenty
third streets, a gold veil pin. He
ward for return to Sara Stoddard,
3S Twenty-third street.
LOST Between Fifteenth and Seven
teenth streets on Second avenue.
black leather nurse containing a five-
dollar bill and some change.. Return
to Argus office and be rewarded.
LOST -Or stolen: 42 reward for return
of wheel taken from Vi front of
Henry Dart's Sons' Wednesday. April
l: blue, irame; name tyros on rrame,
return to J. L. IMckman, care Mosen
fclder & Sons. ' No questions asked.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE SECURITT
at lowest rates. iuaoipn cc rtcynuius,
' lawyers,. Buford block, corner Seven-
teentn street and second avenue.
MONET" TO LOAN On real estate se-
t-ourity t-at-. lowest., rates. .- Murion El,
. Sweenew, attorney, rooms 32 and. 35,
. Mitchell . & Lynde building. Rock Is
LOANS ON FURNITURE, pianos, horses,
watrona. salaries, etc.: quickly, nri
vately, at ' the lowest rates. Mutual
Loan company (uninc). room 411,
People's National bank building. Rock
Island.' Phone old .west 122. ,
WE MAKE A SPECIALTT of loaning
- money on household goods, noraen
wagons, etc., without removal and in
; a quiet way. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan company, room
38, Mitchell et lynde block.
MONET loaned to salaried people and
others, ' without security; easy pay
ments; no publicity. Call and get our
terms and 'method or doing business.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to tt p. m. Tele
phone north 2411.- Victor Finance
- company, 27 and 28 McMarius build
ing, second and Mam streets, javen
port. -... .- '
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
i hold furniture a . specialty. C. R.
PLEASANT F. COX. Real estate and
; insurance. - Loans a 'specialty. Best
fire companies represented. Tour nat
ronage .solicited. Phones weBt 23, and
- new 617Z. - umce at court house.
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property, 20, cents per $100 one year,
40 cents per $100 three years, 60 cents
per $100 five years. Call or address
C R. Chamberlin, agent, Mitchell &
- xynoe Duiiamg.
BENNETTS Insurance Agency. Fire,
life, accident health, and plate glass,
' real estate and Joans; second, floor,
Safety building. Office phone west
996. Residence phone 736-K. Open
weanesaay ana Saturday nights. ,
WE WILL BOND TOU Executors', ad
ministratorsV guardians', trustees', or
-any kind of Judicial bonds; lodge and
society officers: city, state or U. 8.
. government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you. want (except bail bonds)
, Terms reasonable. Haves & Cleave-
land, resident . managers Fidelity &
VILLA DE CHANT ALA home school
. s conducted for girls by the Sisters of
tne visitation. Rudimentary and high
er branches and all polite accomnliBh
. ments taught, Twentieth street and
. ritteenta avenue. Rock Island.
BUSINESS COLLEGE Most complete
f.ourse.- in snortnana. Typewriting,
- Bookkeeping. Practical '.Telegratthv.
English, Etc.. at least outlay of time
and money. .Attend the Rock Island
4 . Kusiness college. Rosen field build
lng, .1515 Third avenue. Rock. Island
in. Call and see, or write us.
MRS. IIARTMAN Palmistry and card
reading; 3018 Fifth avenue, near Elm
street. Ladies, 25 cents; gents, SO
cents. , ... ya-M t.
MRS. MART TATES Business medium
hours, 1 to 10 j). m- ' Residence. 705
Fourth avenue. Take the Blue line
west. Phone west 734-X.
HENRT OAETHJE Proprietor Chlp-
piannocK nursery. uut nowers x and
designs of alL kinds. City store, 1107
( mna avenue. -leieDnon ilia
HENSLET'S Floral store. Fourth ave
- nue and Twentieth street: funeral de
signs of all kinds, cut .flowers, plaifts,
. eic; graves . lined, ureennouses, en
trance Chipplannock cemetery. Old
phone 712-K- Residence 635-Y. New
phone 5170. 1 .. v"
FOB RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
nouseneepingfai;. su7 Tnira. street.
FOR RENT Four rooms. ' upstairs;
waier miu wer; sji rourtn avenue, i
FOR RENTFurhished rooms, all mod-
ern. at 21 7 Fifteenth street opposite ,
court' house. ' f ; , . I
FOR RENT - Two, nicely furnished I
um ior ugnt nouseaeeping at 1DU4
Fifth-and-a-half avenue, v - .
FOR i RENT Two . nicely furnished
front rooms, also two unfurnished
rooms,, at 1422 Third avenue.
FOR RENT dne large front rooni.
furnished, for two gentlemen; board
if desired; at 632 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
witn an modern conveniences, one
half blnelr f rmn T?w1r , Tola rtA A annt
3000fe Pifth avenue. .
FOR RENT .Well furnished room, one
diock west pf court house; all mod
ern' conveniences; board included, if
desired; 1230 Second avenue. -
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room In
meaerA nouse and private home, close
to business center; board if desired.
Address 'JS.-100," care Argus-;
FOR RENT-i-Ferur- unfurnished rooms.
on second floor, with sewer, city wa
ter, and cellar, at 701 Fourth avenue.-
Inquire at 70S Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
iiu, bibu iwu umurnisnea rooms;
- all modern conveniences; use of both
. phones, and board very convenient.
Inquire at 902. Twentieth street, ,
FOR RENT A nice large furnished
front room in ' private home, modern
conveniences, two blocks from court
house, suitable for one or two; rent
reasonable; 107 Thirteenth street. .
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Flat in Maucker building.
inquire, vv. c. Maucker, 1620 Fourth
FOR RENT One of Roche's flats; eight
rooms, witn uii modern conveniences.
Inquire of 'J.. V.- Roche.
FOR RENT Seven-room modern flat.
centrally located. Call at Godfrey's
restaurant, 219 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Good five-room, cottage at
uz i niriy-nintn street, inquire ol
owner at 811 Forty-second street.
FOR RENT Six-room house, partly
, mouern. at in ruin avenue. in
quire of Dr. Patten. 1802 Fifth ave
FOR RENT An eight-room house with
modern improvements at 2936 Fifth
avenue. Inquire at 2934 Fifth ave
nue1. FOR RENT Down stairs flat; water.
sewer and gas: convenient to arsenal:
; 4413 Sixth avenue. lnqulret at same
numoer; - - . . -
FOR RENT A live-room cottage, with
water, sewer, and good callar; 71t
Twenty-fourth street. Inquire at 2324
FOR RENT Two six room flats, all
. modern except heat. Kent, ' 14.0U.
' !i!tj-52! Sixteenth street. Inquire at
909 Twenty-second street. - -
FOR RENT Six-room cottage, with
foam and garden spot, for $11. Four
teenth avenue and Sixth street. In
quire of Scbaarmann & Thompson.
FOR RENT Modern five-room flat
over Horton's grocery; . heat furnish
ed; will be vacated May 1. Inquire
of C. W. Horton, 1103 Fifteenth
FOR RENT Five-room house at 1119
Third avenue; modern, except fur
nace; also a seven-room house at 60."
.Tenth street. Inquire at 1119 Fourth
avenue. - - . . ;
FR RENT After April 15. a modern
furnished house, with piano, 1V4
blocks from street car; best resi
'. dence district, .Address "X., T. Z.,"
care Argus. , . - .
FOR RENT For June, July and Aug-
usl, . tu rtfspunsi uiu puny, an f igui-
room modern house in good residence
. district; comfortably furnished.' Ad
dress "A. Yi." care Argus.
FOR RENT To a party without chil-
i uren,. a newly papered 3-room flat,
with electric light, gas range, water
and sewer, cellar -and shed, with use
of phone, at 1039 Fifteenth street. .
FOR RENT One flat in the new Negus
apartment nouse, corner xnirteentn
street and Second avenue; equipped
with all the modern improvements.
Apply or address W. O. Negus at the
Rock Island house. i-
FOR RENT The north half of 519 and
the south half of 521, on 'Thirty
eighth street, consisting of. seven
rooms and bath each, with electric
light, gas, and sewerage. , Inquire at
749 Thirtieth street. .
FOR RENT Two flats on Fifth ave
nue, opposite Rock Island depot;
rent, $14 per month: fiver rooms and
bath. For particulars' call up tele
phone North 18T3-L. G. A. Koester,
2103 Harrison street, Davenport-
FOR RE '. X Modern -stone house; hot
.water. j at, gas and electric lights,
bath; fine location, between Moline
and Rock Island; two stories and
fine basement. C. B. Head, corner
Forty-lifth street and Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
Fifth avenue. Inquire of Oswald
Thiele. 2612 Fifth avenue. -
FOR RENT Office rooms In Krell &
Math building, with steam heat. Ap
ply to H. E. Krell or F. J. Math.
FOR - RENT Two modern offices with
janitor service. Inquire- of E. D.
Sweeney, Peoples Nat'li Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT I will sub-rent part of my
office in the Sarety building, second
floor,.- outside windows. 'Inquire of
Dr. A. E. Wrixon, dentist..
CARD. OF THANKS.
MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE GALUSHA
wish to express their-sincere thanks
t friends- and neighbors for assist
ance rendered and svmnathv shown
them during the Illness and death of
tneir little aaugnter Mildred.
JACKSON. HURST & STAFFORD At
torneys-at-law. Office In Rock Island
national . bank building. : .
SEARLE & ' MARSHALL Lawyers.
- Money to loan on. good real estate
- security. Mitchell & Lynde block.
- hock lsiana. -i.
MUBPHT J. - F. Murphy, attorney-at-
law. General legal practice.. Rooms
- 14 and 16, Mitchell & Lynde building.
Union Electric phone 5601.
HOPE THOMPSON Attorney-at-law.
General law business; probate, com
i merciaL and corporation law. . 1807
Second avenue. Rock Island.
LUDOLPH & RETNOLDS Attorneys
at-law. Money, to loan. General legal
Business.. iMoiary puDiic . 1106 sec
- ond avenue, Bufbrdblpck.
M'ENIRT & M'ENIRT : Attornevs-at.
.-law. Loan money on good security;
. make collections. References, Mitch
,ell & Lynde. bankera Office. Mitchell
. et isynav Duuaingv .. . - - v. -
SWEENET & WALKER Attorneys
- and -counselors at law. Money to
- loan on real estate. Abstracts of title
Prepared. Rooms 200-203, Peoples
uiionai Dana ouuaing. -
WANTED Bell boys at the Harper
- house,.:. . , .J ....-..,
'"WANTED A good, reliable man,' with
- iairo,eaucauon. Address "R.f ' care
WANTED A boy to drive wagon
quire of Strecker.& Lewis, 142S
I Second venue.
WANTED Carpenters and laborers at
z government boatyard, 1 miles west
of Milan. - Apply at U. S. office at
bridge, Milan, 111. -
WANTED Men; our illustrated cata
logue explains how we teach barber
trade In few, weeks, mailed free. Ho
ler Barber college, Chicago? 111.
WANTED -A first class tea. and coffee
salesman to sell to consumers of the
tri-citics; good salary or commission
and -a deal in connection that will
-make the goods sell fast; good man
.. ought-to make $25 a week easy.'" Ad
dress -"Salesman," care Argus.
WANTED Men, to learn barber trade;
few weeks completes; 60 chairs con
stantly busy; licensed instructors;
'tools glvr-a; diplomas granted; wages
Saturdays; positions wailing; won
derful demand for graduates. . Write
: ror catalogue, . Moler Barber college,
, Chicago, 111. .
WANTED Agents; start mall order
. business at home; ' devote whole or
spare time; no canvassing; money
coming -In dally after . well started:
'. good . profit ; everything furnished.
' "Starter" and ; partlcdlurs free. A.
Krieger Company, - 155 Washington
street, i;nicagu, in.
WANTED Positions for collesre men
. and for bright young .men willing t,o
' start with good business houses at
moderate salaries. Openings paying
$60Q. to $1,000 to start come to us ev
eryday rrom leading houses for men.
Also openings for bookkeepers, clerks
office assistants and men able to de-
velop into salesmen. Offices in 12
cities. Write today. Hapgoods Inc
Brain Brokers, suite 1013, Hartford
building, unicago, in.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A girl clerk at the Modern
Tea lompany, 162j Third avenue.
vvatbu a competent girl ror gen-
oral housework at 1(14 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A girl for general house-
work at 1439 Four-teenth-an-a-half
WANTED A girl for general house
work in ramliv or three adults, at No.
416 'Twelfth street. -
WANTED A girt for general house-
worK. Appiy to Mrs. d. ThrOnson,
719 Twenty-second street.
WANTED Housekeeper, middle-aged
widow preferred. Call or. address
room 4, Ainsworth building, Moline,
WANTED Two girls"; one for cook and
laundress; the other for second girt.
Apply to Mrs. E. D. Bricker, Rock
WANTED Lady cook, about April 25;
must oc competent and reliable: sur
roundings are the very best. .Address
"F.. care Box 73." Argus.
WANTED Big money writing postal
caras at nome; run information by
return mail, 10 cents. Rosen Dis
tributing company. Buffalo, N. T...
WANTED. 'A gii'l for general house-
wotk. Appiy to Mrs. I'lill Scherer,
Thirty-eighth street, south of "Eigh
teenth avenue. Old phone west 749-X.
WANTED A lady cook, for hotel In
lowa; population of town, 3,000. Also
girl for general .hotel work. Inquire
of J. p. Sexton., Commercial house,
city. . jsf:
WANTED Ladies;' our catalogue ex
plains ' now weoteacn hair dressing,
v manicuring, facial massage, etc., in
tew weejts, mailed free. - Moler col
lege, Chicago, lit. '
WANTED Three girls who can operate
power sewing mat nine. We pay good
wages, and want good -help. Call
Tuesday afternoon. Trl-City Awning
&Tent. company. Second avenue and
WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Agents to sell our washing
t -1 1 . S
motors. Earn $3 to $5 dally. .Write
for particulara Rochester Rotary
Washer company, department E-38,
East - Forty-third street, Chicago.
WANTED 'Active man or woman
wanted in each town in Rock Island
"'- county, to demonstrate and advertise
well known article; cxperiep.ee un
necessary; $2 a day and . extra com
missions; .permanent position with
advancement. Address "Wholesale,"
1085 Rarkman -building, Boston, Mass.
WANTED Situation by young lady
stenographer, a, graduate of Brown's
Business college; Remington machlnu
preferred; "M. Q."
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS, - .
ViANTED To ' buy. good mercantile
business, at once. Address "Cash,
care Argus.. ; . . - -
WANTEDOld feathers; highest price
: - paid tor old leatners. - Call old phone
; 592-T, or address 1911 Second avp
- fiue. .
WANTED Tou to know that John
Koch will grind your .knives and
shears with care; '218 Seventeenth
street. ' ... - -
WANTED Shoes to half sole: men's.
45 cents; ladies', 35. cents; the Only
place in town, .at A., Pollock's, 1911
Second avenue. " -
W.WTED To buy, good -city improved
h property; might consider good vacant
' lot. Give -full' particulars. .Address
t "Buyer." care Argus.
WANTED . Tour suit to sponge and
; press - for 50 cants; pants, 15 cents.
; Orders called for and delivered; 1911
i Second avenue. Pione old 592-T.
WANTED Partner with amall capital,
lady preferred, in aji established busf
i-iness which has , outgrown Its pres
ent equipment. Address -.Box 267,
Rock Island, lit ' .
WANTED Boarders, at a private Ger
man boarding house; first class meals.
nome cooking; nice- rooms, witn steam
heat; bath and gas; price reasonable;
1405 Fourth avenue; old phone 824-T.
WANTED Household goods to move.
store, pack or ship at reduced rates
to Pacific coast and other points. For
the best service at lowest rates write
or call on Ewert & Richter Express &
Storage company, 822-326 East Fourth
street, Davenport, Iowa. Tel. 598.
A GLANCE ln-the glass gives-joy after
- using satin . skia cream and -..r ace
t Powder. S.. :
MISS ELIZABETH "CLARK public ste
, nographer. room . 305 Aaf ety.-DeposIt
' Dunaing; - an Kinas- oi stenograpmc
and typewriting : work-vneatly '- and
proiriptly,lone5 8:30 am.Ho 5-:30.
IF -TOU WANT- to. buy, selL- 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. Mall and Journal wants
are popular. . and ' Mail -and Journal
" wants bring results. One-half eent
per word Is the price to all alike, cash
in advance: two-cent stamDS will do.
pvenlne- and Saturday Mail and Jour-
saw juoune, aii. - -. ...
. FOB SALE CTTT PROPEBTT.
FOR BALE Lot 40x150 feet, centrally
located, on paved street. For partic
ulars address Box 267. city.- - '
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken soon, a
.live-room cottage, - wnn oatn, - cu
; water, sewer, cellar and small garden
spot. For particulars call at , 1310
Fifth avenue. . -
FOR SALE Acre and town lots Just
outside of city limits on blurt near
street car line, cheap on monthly pay
ments. Inquire of John T. Campbell.
1829 Seventeenth -street. . Phone S22
FOR SALE r- Good five-room cottage;
less than half down, balance purchas
er's own time; Interest on money less
than rental; located near Elm car,
east of Thirty-eighth street. , Address
"F. R.," care Argus. . -i
FOR SALE Cheap, a nice home on
Seventeenth street, -soutn weignts;
seven rooms; lot 75x240; barn 16x24;
also other outbuildings, well, cistern.
and an abundance of fruit.. Inquire
of John T. Campbell. 1S29 Seven
teenth street. Phone ,322 west. . .
FOR SALE Cheat), nice level lots. 4 8x1 25.
corner Twenty-seventh street and Eigh
teenth, avenue, facing Long. View
street car track. Also for sale or trade,
one acre lot, with new seven-room
house. Terms to .please purcnaaer.
Inquire of E. Thonn, 610 Twenty
eighth street. t
FOR, SALE House at. 1600. Four
teenth street; three living rooms.
three bedrooms, bathroom complete,
reception hall, rantry. furnace, elec
tric lights, gas stove, cement side
walks, . stone ' foundation, well, large
corner lot; $1,000 down and balance
easy terms. Ask for the price. Har
ry 11. Hubbard.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A covered delivery wagon
at 1909 Second avenuei
FOR SALE A stanhope in good 'condi
tion; cheap if taken soon. Inquire at
745 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, with
four acres, at Fair View, Milan. Ad
. dress George McMichael, Milan, 111.
FOR SALE Fine thoroughbred French
- poodle puppies, 2 months old. In?
quire at office of Elite theater. Rock
FOR SALE -One-chair barber shop;
oust location in wettest town in state.
Snap for good man. Pershing, Sil
vis. 111. -
FOR SALE Cheap,
her tired phaeton
ber tired buggy.
harness, and rub
also an open rub
Inquire at 1231
FOR SALE A lot of bed bug killer;
buy it now; 25c bottle; cheap; sure
. 8 hoi. Charles Ullemeyer, druggist,
' 534 Sixteenth street. '
FOR SALE A fine Edison phonograph,
nearly new, with 22 records thrown
In. also other household goods,
cheap. Parties leaving city. No. 801
Fiftreenth-istreet. 'Phone 5258.
FOR- SALE Cheap, If taken soon, two
acres, house, barn and fruit, in Milan,
near car line; terms easy. ' Also an
English bull terrier; price $10. . In
quire at 2827 FifthTand-a-half ave
nue. FOR SALE Cook stove, $3: one River
side heater, $6.50; good ice'ch-st
(small), $1.50; one bed pan, 15 cents;
gasoline -stove, three-burner, $1.50;
: also, fruit jars. These, bargains must
be taken this week. -Inquire 2404
. Fifth-and-a-half avenue. .
FOR SALE At a sacrifice; I will sell
for cash or payments, one upright
handsome Singer piano .one nearly
- new Fox typewriter, one . National
cash , register, 3,000 pieces of old
coins, six or seven old violins, two
Washburn guitars, six clarinets, six
tB fiat horns, also a lot of unredeem
ed watches and diamonds; 25 pieces
' Of old mahogany furniture, four bar
' ber chairs., one jeweler's lathe with
bench and tools, 15 fine hard coal
stoves and 100 soft coal heaters, also
a fine linn of steel rangea Will sollcheap
or exchange same. Loans on diamonds
at 3 per cent. We make a specialty on
trunks and suit casea Get my prices
and if I can't undersell anybody in
the three cities I will quit the busi
ness. The meanest man In town.
Don't forget my . money never runs
out. . Find this number and pat the
rest of your money in the bank. 1609
- Second avenue. Jones, Jones, Jones,
Second-hand Jones. Jones, the larg
est second-hand dealer and loan agent
In the whole state of Illinois.
EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AND CAB.
ROBB'S EXPRESS COMPANT Fuunl
ture moved, packed, and stored.. Bus,
baggage and cab service day or night.
Main office, 2410 Third avenue. Old
phone 537 and 900. New phone 5158-.
RELIABLE STORAGE On first floor;
Xi m . m I . .
wagon covers, etc Tents for rent. B.
Roessler & Co., 209 Fifteenth street,
opposite the court house. Rock Island.
EWERT & RICHTER Express and
facilities for moving, storing, packing
and shipping household goods, and
can quote reduced freight rates to
Pacific coast and other polnta Write
or call. Office and warehouse, 322
(26 East Fourth street. Davenport,
Iowa. Telephone 698.
MASSAGE AND ELECTROLYSIS.
MASSAGE given at the homea Super
fluous hairs permanently removed
with electric needle. . Treatment giv
en at homes unless otherwise desired.
Address Miss A. M. Kittridge 1019
Perry - street. Davenport. Old phone
MRS. E. W. MILLER, Masseuse. 1506
Fifth avenue; electric vibrator- and
vapor baths, body and facial massage,
hair and scalp treatment, shampooing
and manicuring; spinal massage a
specialty. New phone 5859. . Hours, 2
to 9 p. rn. ;
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. -
port. Stocks, grains, provisions, cot
ton. Private wire to New Tork and
Chicago. Offices 109 Main street. Tel
cphone 407. - "
PATENT AND TRADE MARK. Office,
room '14, Mitchell & Lynde building,
Rock- Ialandi James, F. Murphy, as
sociate., branch of Moore A Co.. pat
ent attorneys, Washington, D. C, and
Chicago. ilL .- ' .
THE CROWN Pressing System' Panl-
torium, located at 110; tiast Third
street, Davenport, " Iowa, .. charges;
One suit, 60c: - pants, 20c; : pressed.
Old phone VlfiB-X. '
- Estate of Hannah J. Coffee, deceased.
The undersigned. - navlng been - ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Hannah J.- Coffee,- late of the county of j
kock isiana. state ot iinnois, aeceasea,iriu(iina the dower Interest ol
hereby gives notice that he will appear
uciurc ivuui, wuiv ux iwv.,i.inu
county, at the county eourt room. In
term, on the first Monday In June n,ext,
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 are requested to
mane iuiiutruiiii.5 AjriiuvTiiv iv uic uuuer
Dated 3rd day ot April. A. D; .1908.--.
. J. 8. BURNS, Administrator.-'
Mc Entry & McEntry,- solicitors. .
Notice of Special Meeting f Stockhold
er of the Lewie RooBag Company.
General notice ' is herebv irlven that
there haa been called by the board , of
directors of the Lewis Roofing com
pany, a - special meetinar of the stock
holders of the Lewis Rooflns- commnrJ
tn meet in AfnTTniw A. UnPnl,.'. aAIaaI
nr mo uMiicneii & L.ynae Duilding, - in
the cltyof Rock Island, at the hour of
2 o'clock p. m., May 4, A. D. 1908, for
the purpose of voting upon a resolu
tion to increase the capital stock of
the Lewis Roofing company from' $25,
000.00 to $100,000.00.
Dated at Rock Island. 111., this 30th
day of March, A. D. 1908.
F. J. LEWIS,
F. W. DAFOE.
' Publication Notice. v..
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty ss: " .
In the Circuit Court Mav term. A.
D. 1908. In Chancery.
Bertha Hoffman vs. William H. Cat
ton and Mary A. Cat ton. .
Affidavit of - non-residence of the
within named William H. Catton, one
of the defendants In the case of Bertha
Hoffman vs William H. Catton and
Mary A. Catton, and who, as one of the
defendants, is impleaded with Mary A.
Catton, said affidavit having been filed
in the clerk's office of the Circuit court
of said county, notice is therefore here
by given to the said non-resident 'de
fendant that the complainant filed her
bill of complaint in said court, on the
Chancery side thereof, on the 3d day of
April, 19Q8, and that thereupon a sum
mons issued) out of said court, wherein
said suit is now pending, returnable on
the 1st Monday In" the month of May
next, as is Dy law required. mow, un
less you, the said non-resklent defend
ant William H-, Catton shall personally
be and appear before said Circuit court,
on the first day of the next term there
of, to be holden at Rock Island In and
for the said county, on the 1st Monday
in May next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the said 'complainant's bill of
complaint, tne same and the matters
and things therein charted and stated
will be taken as confessed and a decree
entered against you according to the
prayer oi saia Dili.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk. .
Rock Island, 111., April 3, 1908.
McCaskrln and Schroeder, complain
Master's Sale, la Partition.
Public notice is herebv riven that
by virtue and in pursuance of an order
and decree of the circuit court of Hen
ry county. In the state of Illinois, made
and entered at the Pehruarv term there-I
of, A. p. 1908. in a certain cause there-
iii jjeiiuiuK, un me cnancery siae tnere
of, wherein Edna Raine McDonald was
complainant, and Ella J. Maxfield, Jamee
a. u. Mcuonaid, jonn 8. McDonald. Ar
thur L- McDonald. Floyd H. McDonald.
Oscar Lundgren and Joseph Moran were
aeienoants, i snail ofTer for. sale at
public vendue, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the east front door
of the court, house In the city
of Rock Island, in Rock Island
county and state of Illinois,
on Saturday, the 18th day of April,-A.
D. 1908.. at the hour or 11:30 o'clock
a. m., the premises described in said
decree, to-wit: Lot eighteen (18), of
the First addition to Edgewood Park,
in the city of Rock Island, situated in
the county of Rock Island and state
of Illinois. Provided, said premises shall
sell for at least two-thirds of the value
as placed thereon Pby the appraisers
heretofore appointed to appraise the
same, as shown by their report now on
file in said cause. . -
Terms of sale: Twenty (20) pec cent
of the amount of the bid to be paid on
the day of sale, the balance to be paid
upon the approval tf the report o said
sale by the court
Dated this 17th day of March. A. D.
1908. '- "r JOHN ROOT.
Master in Chancery of the Circuit Court
of Henry County, Illinois. .
. Chester M. Turner. complainant's so
licitor. Cambridge, III. -. ;,
: Notice of ; Publication.
' . r - '" ' ,
In the County Court. To - the May
term, A. D. 1908. In Chancery.
Delila Spencer vs. David A. Hanner.
Delia May, Hanner, William 'Pahl. W.
J. . Moelier, J. G. Scheuermann, E. T.
' Affidavit of non-residence of the said
William Pahl. interpleaded with the
above defendants, David A. Han
ner. Delia May Hanner, - W. J.
Moelier. J. G. Scheuermann, and
E. T. Mattausch, having been, filed in
the clerk's office of the circuit court of
said county, notice is therefore hereby
gfren to the, said non-resident defend
ant that the complainant filed' her bill
of complaint in said court, on the chan
cery side thereof, on -the 26th day of
March, 1908,. and. that thereupon a
summons . issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday in the
month of May next, as is by law re
quired. - Now, unless you. -the said : non-resident
defendant above named. William
Pahl. shall personally, be and appear
before said circuit court, on the first
: court, on tne lirst
term thereof, to be
land. In and for the
day of the next
holden at Rock Isl
said county, on the first Monday in
to the said complainant's bill of com
plaint, the same and the matters and
things t,herein charged and stated will
be taken as confessed, and a decree en
tered against you according . to .- the
prayer, of said bill. ; .
. UKUKUK W. UAMHUi, clerk.
- Rock Island.- Ill., March 31. 1908.
. Ludolph & Reynolds, complainant's
solicitors. . . . -
' State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court; In Chancery.
Partition. - General No. 5,942. -
R. I. Robinson, complainant, vs. Vir
gil Warren, Hiram H. Ranney, Warren
Ranney, Marcus A. -Warren, William A.
Warren, Minnie Hoggins, Isabella L.
Hoyt. Russell Hersh, Florence Hersti,
Josephine Hersh, Arthur B. Hersh. Er
minie Hersh. Robert Petttgrew.-Phil
Mitchell, and Erminle Hersh, guardian
of Russell Hersh, Florence Hersh, Jo
sephine Hersh, and Arthur B. Hersh.
minors, defendanta ;
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of said . court, entered in
the above . entitled cause, on the -16th
day of March, A. D. 1908, 1 shall, on Sat
urday, the 18th day of April. A. D. 1908.
at the hour of 10 o'clock in the fore
noon, at the east door of tire court
house, in the city of Rock Island, in
said county of Rock Island, to satisfy
said decree, sell at public vendue to
the highest and best bidder for cash
in hand, those certain parcels of land.
situate in the county ot -Otoe it isiana
and state of Illinois, known and de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
-The south half H) of lot number
two (2),. In block number twelve-(12),
in thft part of the city of Rock Island
known .as and called the "old town ;"
also the west half () of the south
west quarter 'H of section twenty
eight (28). In township seventeen (17)
north, range number two (2) west of
the fourth , principal meridian: all in
Rock Island county. Illinois. Provided,
the hlahest and best bid - upon each
piece or parcel . shall ba equal to at
least two-tbiras oi tne valuation put
iinoh name-as shown bv the report of
commissioners heretofore appointed by
the court, unless the other piece will at
the same time sen ror enougn to maxe
the total amount of the sale equal two-
thirds-' of the total amount of all the
valuations of both of said tracts, in-
dower interest or Erminle
, Hersh In said premises, and also Inelud-
Bg tne dower interest or Robert pet
tbzrew in said premises. .
Dated at Rock Island. 111., this 19tH
day of -March. A. D. 1 90S. - ...v-
-i RPTRNARD n. fNNELLT. - -
Master- in Chancery, Rock Island Coua
: tv. Illinois. - . . :
Hweeuey a vjraiaer.- complainant s w-
j - All the' news all the - time T1I3
'ARGUS. ' t 1 .
Notice of Float Settlesseat.
Estate of Mary Major, deceased. '
Public notice Is hereby given that
the undersigned, Phebe A. Cowling, ad
ministratrix of the. estate of Mary Ma
jor, deceased, has this day tiled her
final report and settlement as such In
the county court of Rock Island coun
ty, and hearing on said report has been
set for April 17, 1908. at o'clock a.
m., at which time persons interested
may appear and make objections there
to, and if no objections are filed, said
report will be approved at that time,
and the undersigned will ask for an
order of distribution, and will also ask.
to be discharged.
Rock Island. 111.. March 25. 1908. .
- ... PHEBE, A. GOWLING.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney. - - ,
S?tate of Adolph Greve, deceased.
The undersimed. having ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Adolph Greve. late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will ap
pear before the county court of Rock :
Island, county, at the rmmiv m,.r
room. In the city of Rock Island, at
the June term, on the first Monday In
June next, at which time all perso-i
ha7"ff claims againfct acid estate re
notilied and requested to atte-1 tor the
purpose of .having the sie adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are
fqUh- .edto mak0 "nmediate payment
ioPated lhis 26tn day of March, A. D.
1908-.. - JOHN GREVE.
aii,.. u t ' ' Administrator,
Albert Huber, attorney.
notice of Publication. ,
tyiss f I1Unols' Eiock Island Coun-'
cK5Sk Is'nd Stove Company vs. Israel
Shoudy. the unknown heirs or devisees
wioisae.. shou,dy, deceased; Albert T.
SV8rX: unknown heirs or devisees
of Albert T. Higby. deceased: J. New
ton Knapp, the unknown heirs or dev
isees of J. Newton Knapp, deceased:
IfL .. tU. Haven, deceased; a B.
W 'hennknown heirs or devisees of
J- B- Wa,t deceased; Samuel Jackson,
the unknown heirs or devisees of Sam
uel Jackson, deceased; Samuel W. Goss.
the unknown heirs or devisees of Sam
uel W. Goss, deceased; John Bergh. the
unknown heirs or devisees of John
Bergh. deceased John- P.. Arcularius.
the unknown heirs or devisees of John
P. Arcularius, dec-eared; Cyrus F. Mil
ler, the unknown heirs or devisees of
Cyrus F. Miller, deceased; Elisabeth M.
me unanown heirs or' devi
ls8 f zabt? M. Brackett, deceas
it'ir. f dg,ar Hu&ht. the unknown
heirs or devisees of W. Edgar Hughitt
deceased; the unknown heirs or devi
sees of Joseph Johnson,. deceased; the
Unknown heirs nr rioviooo. r
"f8 of Elizabeth M. Brackett, deceas-
Scott, deceased; Laura L. Lee, the un- '
SU r wiaow or John D.
crown: the unknown nriro n
Samuel W. Goss ;the unknown wife or
iyvw oi aenry u. feck; Cynthia H.
Belcher. Ben T. Pnhlo i.nxia r-u-.ni.n
Samuel A. Lynde. Cornelius F. Lynde!
Charles M. Osborn, Sarah E. Corker.
ii f rIX "riiH, usDorn m. curtis.
g"K'h E- Curtis. Hope G. C. Jones. Mary
Richards. Helen E. -Folsom. and Nina
BrlnkerhofT; the unknown owner or '
owners of blocks eight (8), nine (9)
and ten 10). In the rho-A, i .Ii
addition to the old town of Stephenson. :
, , . "l ""f isiana. county or Rock
Island, and state of Illinois, or any part
or portion thereof. . 1
Affidavit of non-residence ; of Israel
Shoudy, the unknown toetrs or devisees
of Israel Shoudy. deceased; Albert T.
. s.b,y.' tle unknown heirs or devisees
?LAPert T- H'erby. deceased; -J.: New
ion Knapp, the. unknown heirs or devl
nfi x?f J- Newton Knapp, deceased;
Otis Haven, the unknown heirs or devl
A otis Haven, deceased; C B.
Wait, the unknown heirs or devisees of
C. B. Walt, deceased; Samuel Jackson,
the .unknown heirs or devisees of Sam
uel Jackson, deceased; Samuel W. Goss.
the unknown heirs or devisees of Sam
uel w. Opss, deceased: John Bergh. the
.unknown .heirs or .-devisees of John
Bergh, deceased; John P. Arcularius. the
unknown heirs or devisees of John P.
Arcularius, deceased; Cyrus F. Miller,
the unknown heirs or devisees of Cyrus
F. Miller, deceased; Elizabeth M. Brack
ett, the unknown heirs or devisees of
lisabeth M. Brackett, deceased: W. Ed
gar Hughitt, the unknown heirs or dev
isees of W. Edgar Hughitt, deceased;
the unknown heirs or devisees of Jo
seph Johnson, deceased; the unknown
heirs or devisees of Dennlson Scott, de
ceased; Laura L. Lee. the unknown
wife or widow of John D. Brown; the
unknown wife or widow of Samuel W.
Goss; 'the unknown wife or widow -of
John D. Peck; Cynthia H. Belcher, Lu
cie Castelman, Cornelius F. Lynde. Bar--ah
E. Corker. Henry R. Curtis, Osborn
M. Curtis, Hope G. C Jones; the un
known owner or owners of blocks eight
(8). nine (9) and ten (10V. in the Chl
ao or Lower addition to the Old Town
of Stephenson, now city of Rock Island,
county of Rock Island, and state of Il
linois. Or anv imrt nr nnrtln. hn.nr
impleaded-with the. above defendants.
S.enT; Catl. Samuel A. Lynde. Charles
M- Osborn.,'Hugh E. Curtis, Mary Rich-
nrd Melon ivi,-, ..T; t. V i
!ehVr hfvin Itmi.".n? N.'Ka B,r,r&"
5un?vin?.-n A1! ln-the ,erk
Jv notico T ti. 'Ji
JET non-VVsn? SL&?ti&
the complainant filed Us Wll of com
plaint, in said court, on fh rhani..,.
side thereof, on the 20th day of March.
A- D. 1908. and that thereupon a sum-
nwns issuea out or saia court, wherein
said suit is now pending, returnable on
the first Monday in the month of May
"vav, o ib uy law requires.
NOW. Unless Villi.- the ulH nnn.r..! .'
dent defendants above named. Israel
Shoifdy, the unknown heirs or devisees
or Israel Shoudy, deceased; Albert Tt
Higby, the unknown heirs or devisees
or Albert T. Higby, deceased: J. New
ton Knapp, the unknown heirs or devi
sees of J. Newton Knapp, deceased;
Otis Haven, the-unknown heirs or devi- -
sees or Otis Haven, deceased; C. B.
Walt, the unknown heirs nr devisee nf
C B. Walt, deceased; Samuel Jackson.
the unknown heirs or devisees of Sam
uel Jackson, deceased; Samuel W. Goss.
the unknown heirs or devisees of Sam
uel w. Goss, deceased; John Bergh. the
unknown heirs or devisees of John
Bergh, deceased: John P. Arcularius. -the
unknown heirs or devisees of John .
P. Arcularius, deceased; Cyrus F. Mil
ler, the unknown heirs or devisees of
Cyrus F. Miller, deceased; Elizabeth M.
tsracKeit. tne unanown neirs or devi
sees of Elizabeth M. Brackett. deceas
ed: W. Edgar Hughitt, the unknown
heirs or devisees of W. Edaar HuahltL
deceased; the unknown heirs or devi
sees of Joseph Johnson, deceased; the
unknown heirs or devisees of Dennison
Scott, deceased; Laura 'L. Lee, the un
known wife or widow of John D. Brown; -the
unknown wife or widow of Samuel
W. Goss; the unknown wife or widow
or Henry D. Peck; Cynthia H. Belcher.
Lucie Castelman. Cornelius F. Lynde,
Sarah E. Corker, Henry R. Curtis, Os
born M. Cnrtis. Hope G. C. Jonee; -the
unknown owner or owners of blocks :
eight (8). nine (9) and ten (10). la the
Chicago or Lower addition to the Old
Town of Stephenson, now-city of Rock .
Island, county of Rock Island, and state
of Illinois, or any part or portion there
of, shall personally be and appear be- '
fore said circuit court, on the first day '
of - the next term thereof, to be holden '
at Kock - Island, In-and lor the said
county, on the first Monday in May
next, and plead, answer or demur to
said complainant's bill . of complaint.,
the same and the matters and things '
therein charged and stated will bo tak
en as confessed, and a decree entered '
against you according to the prayer of
said bill. UbUAQti W. GAMBLE,
Rock Island. IlL. March 20, 190S. -E.
H. Guyer. complainant's solicitor.
K L. DENNI3TON, Dl Ol Graduate of -the
American School of Oeteopathy. "
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