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THE ARGUS, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1908.
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DAILY SHORT STORY.
(Continued from Page Four.)
they're going to be yours and mine, 1
He sank Into a chair.
"I'm taking cure of Gordon's clients
while he's In Europe, and a Mrs. Fos
ter sent for me today to consult about
some real estate deal. That's where
tny prettiest girl went! They're twins,
Alice and Phoebe Bayard, and they're
Sirs. Foster's nieces. She's an invalid,
and they take turns living .with her.
She says It's too much of a strain to
have them both there at once and to
try to tell which is which. That's why
sometimes it was my prettiest girl,
and sometimes it was the one you
liked. We made the mistake of think
ing that there was only one. The old
lady's going to Europe with a trained
nurse for keeps. It's a good thing that
we gave up this apartment. We'll
need two, and they won't be in bache
lor halls either."
Ned grasped his friend's hand in his
own. "There's only one prettiest girl,"
he declared, "but yours isn't coimnou
place." And with that concession Mau
rer was content.
f A COURSE. OF OX.
Try It as an Antidote For the Ills ct
the Strenuous Life.
In the choice of motor power allow
intf to suggest the ox. The horse leans
forward to pull aud even helps himself
along by bobbing his head. He jerks a
load out of a hard place by plunging
bodily against the collar, stopping and
lunging again. He strains through a
hard place and then starts suddenly
forward at his release. He works him
self into a lather, and you. if you are
the right kind of person, cannot help
feeling for him and assisting him with
Inward stress and strain.
The ox does not bob a horn. He sim
ply journeys, and the load goes along.
When he comes to a tough' place his
pasterns do uot bend down, he does not
squat to pull, he does not pinch along
' on the toes of his .shoes. . be seldom
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
An 8-room house, with gas, water,
sewer, furnace, barn: centrally
located f 2,150
An 8-room house In South Heights,
nearly new. big lot. fruit, shade.
A B-room modern cottage on 14th
street; will sell on very easy
A 6-room all modern two-story
house on 14th street; complete
in every particular; a bargain . .93,200
A 10-room house, walking distance
from plow shop; good rooming
A 200-acre farm only three miles .
from Davenport; good improve
ments; per acre ... 113.'
Property in all parts of the city at
an prices anu terms.
Hairiry EL Bldblbais'dl.
FIRE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE.
1805 Second Avenue. Both Phones.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
If you have city property that you
wish to trade on a farm, or if you have
a real bargain In city property, call on
Room 210, Safety Building.
Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
CH&surlbs EL msdlgs
'American Ins. Co. ..' Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co...... New York
Agricultural Ins. Co. New York
Farmers' Ins. Co......... York, Pa.
Williamsburg In. Co .New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co. . .N. Hampshire
Northern Ins. Co. New' York
Security In a Co New Haven, Conn.
xs. Co. State of Illinois... .Rockford, TO.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co.... Connecticut
Office. 1718 Third avenue Rates as
mr a consistent with security.
blows, and "he does not Tinow how to
sweat. He does not exert himself at a
patch of woven soil and then hurry up
when he is past it The chain becomes
stlffer, and the yoke sits sollder to his
neck, and that is all. There is no sign
of effort. The earth may grit its teeth
and crunch as it swallows the plow, but
the ox stalks on his way. With the
share deep or shallow or lifted entirely
and hanging from the axle, whether
he Is plowing earth or air, it makes no
difference to him. His most ponderous
task Is still himself, and he heeds no
He is out for a stroll. He does not
allow work to interfere with the even
tenor of his way. His tendons are rig
ged to his outstanding rump bones like
so much spar and tackle, and he goes
along by interior leverage. Inside his
old woman hulk is the necessary en
gine work, and he will neither go slow
er for this thing nor faster for that
There is much about him lesides his
disposition that is self contained. He
Is the antithesis of the automobile. To
ride on his back is a cure for indlges
tlon; to ride behind him is a rest for
the mind. A course of ox is an antldoto
for the ills of the times. Charles D
Stewart in Atlantic.
A BRIER PIPE.
One That Is Smooth Inside the
Bowl, Says a Smoker.
colleglau who prides himself on
the sweetness and color of his brier
wood plixjs and pretends to know a lot
more about them than any ordinary
smoker spent half an hour In a tobacco
shop making an addition to his already
Soiiie pipes he discarded because of
the grain in the wood. 'There was too
much stripe or too much blrdseye, he
remarked. When he found one which
suited him he put It aside until he had
gathered three or four which appar
ently were all right, and then came his
final test to pick out the best of them
He held each with the bowl toward
the light, then slowly rubbed his little
finger Inside. Two he discarded, then
repeated the operation with the others
until only one remained out of the dis
card. That one he bought.
"Want 'em smooth inside," he ex
plained. "A brier pipe roughly fin
ished Inside the bowl Isn't worth both
ering with. I wouldn't take one for a
gift; wouldn't take the trouble to try to
break it in, for it will never be any
good. It won't cake up, right, and It'll
never be nice and sweet.
I've got a theory that when the in
side of the bowl is rough all the little
edges and points of . wood char and
burn the first time you smoke It, and a
burnt pipe is no good. That's why I
always take a pipe that has a bowl as
smooth on the inside as on the out.
"Then It doesn't char, but cakes up
evenly and gets good in a little time.
Maybe the theory Is wrong, but it has
worked out well in my own experience,
and some -of my friends who have tried
it agree with me." New York Sun.
Chicago, Nov. 30. Following are the
market quotations today:
December, 103, 104, 103, 103.
May, 108, 108, 107, 108.
July, 101, 101, 101, 101.
December, 62, 62, 62, 62.
May. 62, 62. 62. 62.
July, .62, 62, 61, 62.
December, 48, 48, 48, 481
May, 50, 51, 50, 51.
July, 46,-46, 4C, 46.
January, 15.97, 16.05, 15.97, 16.02,
May, 16.25, 16.27, 16.17, 16.27.
January, 9.25, 9.25, 9.20, 9.22.
May, 9.37, 9.42, 9.37, 9.42. , fl
January, 8.40, 8.40, 8.37, 8.40.
May, 8.60, 8.62, 8.57, 8.60.
Receipts today Wheat 81, corn 170,
oats 167, hogs 38,000, cattle 21,000,
Estimated receipts Tuesday Hogs
Hog market opened strong, 5c high
er. Hogs left over 10,000. Light 4.90
5.70, good heavy 5.305.95, mixed
and butchers 5.255.90, rough heavy
Cattle market opened strong, 10c
higher. ' v ' . - .'
Sheep market 10c to 15c lower.
Hogs at Omaha 6,500, cattle 4,500.
FOR StLE C1TT PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Cheap, for cash: (rood
cnance to set a home tor a little
money or a good investment. For par
ticulars address "L. 60," care Argus.
FOR SALE A modern six-room cot
tage; fine dry cellar, paved street;
net 7 per cent oh the investment;
quick' sale. Address "B. S. J.," care
Argus, x .
FOR SALE Acre and town lots Just
outside of city limits on bluff near
street car line, cheap on monthly pay
ments. Inquire of John T. Campbell,
1829 Seventeenth street. Phone 822
FOR SALE Forty lots in our new ad
ditions; 40 sold with 12 new houses
erected on same; prices of lots from
$300 to $400; terms, 125 down, with
live years for balance. Old phone
.os-.lv. ta. w. MODinson.
FOR SALE On Fourth avenue, not far
away, a cottage, with lot 53x100; will
sell for $2,000, or will' sell a frontage
of 106 feet, which includes a corner
with car track and paving on two
siues. li. K.. walker, agent.
FOR SALE Cheap, nice level lots, 48x
125. corner Twenty-seventh street and
Eighteenth avenue, facing Long View
street car track. Also for aale or
trade, one acre lot, with new seven'
room house. Terms to please pur
chaser. Inquire of E. Thonn, CIO
'i wenty-eignin street.
FOR SALES LANDS.
FOR SALE A section of land in South
Dakota, at a bargain. Apply to Reldy
.Bros., room 4, state Bank building.
FOR SALE Land and timber in Ten
nessee, Mississippi. Arkansas, and
other states. Write for descriptive
list. V. O. Russell, Memphis, Tenn.
FOR SALE 3.200-acre cattle ranch in
Nebraska, located in . northeastern
part of state; $25,000 worth of im
provements; will take some city prop
erty in trade; price, $20 per acre.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Cheap, a hot blast heater
in good condition at 111U ijixteentn
FOR SALE Kitchen range, six-hole;
also soft coal Riverside heater. Call
at Robb's storehouse. Third avenue
and Twenty-fourth street.
FOR SALE An ebony case upright
piano, in excellent condition, at u very
low price and reasonable terms. Call
at 933 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Cheap, a hard coal stove.
used one year, for $l&; also a Kiton
en cabinet used only six months.
Inquire at 420 Ninth street.
FOR SALE Meat market In best res
idence district of Rock Island, doing
bood business; owner leaving city
Address 1107 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE Cheap .for cash; good
chance to get a home - for a little
money or a good investment. For par
ticulars address "L. 60." care Argus.
Hogs at Kansas City 12,000, cattle 10,
Hog market closed slow, and weak,
Light 4.955.80, good heavy 5.35
C.05, mixed and butchers 5.306.00,
rough heavy 5.355.55. pigs 3.C0 4.90,
good choice 5.53 6.05.
Cattle market closed strong.
Sheep market closed slow.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat un
changed, corn lower.
Liverpool closing Wheat to 1 d.
higher, corn lower.
Northwestern receipts Minneapolis,
today 372, last week C42, last year 472;
Duluth, today 705, last week 884, last
New York Stocks.
New York, Nov. 30. Following are
the quotations on the stock market
U. P. 184V&, U. S. Steel preferred
112. U. S.. Steel common 55, Read
ing 139, Rock Island preferred 53V&,
Rock Island common 23, Northwest
ern 175, Southern Pacific 119, N. Y.
Central 117, Missouri Pacific 64,
Great Northern 140, Northern Pa
cific 142. L. & N. 121, Smelters 93,
F. I. 38, Canadian Pacific 175,
Illinois Central 147, Penna 129.
Erie 33, Lead 83, C. & O. 50, B. R
T. 55. B. & O. 107,' Atchison 99,
Locomotive 56, Sugar 133, St. Paul
150, Copper 84, Republic Steel
preferred 87, Republic Stel common
27, Southern Ry. 24.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Nov. 30. Following are
the wholesale prices In the local mar
Provisions and Produce.
Eggs Fresh, 28c; packed, 25c.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound, 8c;
eprings, 11c pound.
Butter Dairy, 23c.
Lard 11c. -
Vegetables Potatoes, 60c to 65c;
onions, 55c; beets, 40c; turnips, 30c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain New corn, 60c; oats, 47c to
50c; wheat, 85c to 90c.
Forage Timothy hay, 89 to $10;
prairie, $7.50 to $9.00; clover, $8.00;
straw, $6.00. .
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack.
per bushel, 7c to 8c.
How to Cure a Cold.
Be as careful as you can you will
occasionally take cold, and when you
do, get a medicine of known reliability,
one that has an established reputation
and that is certain to effect a quick
cure. Such a medicine Is Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It has gained a
world wide reputation by its remark
able cures of this most common ail
ment, and can always be . depended
upon. It acts On nature's, plan, re
lieves the lungs, aids expectoration.
opens the secretions and aids nature In
restoring the system to a healthy con
dition. During the . many years in
which it lias been in general use we
have yet to learn of a single-case of
cold or attack of the grip baving re
sulted in pneumonia when this remedy
was used, which shows conclusively
that it is a certain preventive of that
dangerous disease. Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy contains no opium or
other narcotic and may' be given as
confidently to a baby as to an adult
For sale by all druggists, y :.
" FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 307 Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished front room.
with all modern conveniences, at 1103
FOR RENT A' modern furnished room
with board; -very desirable location;
1800 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Three rooms upstairs,
suiutoie lur Housekeeping, at 633
Thirty-eighth street .
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with all
mouern conveniences including use of
phone, at 1301 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT - A furnished all modern
room, one block irom the Harper
iiouse; steam iieau Address "ti. 11.,
care Argus. . .
FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms
on second noor, wiin water, sewer
and cellar, at 701 Fourth avenue. Old
pnone west zf-jL.
FOR RENT Furnished modern room,
sultaDle tor two gentlemen, at 929
Twenty-second street, one-half block
irom iAng view car line.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms on
- first floor; water and sewer; suitable
for light housekeeping; 705 Fourth
avenue. . oia pnone west 724-X. .
FOR RENT Large, furnished front
rooms, an modern; only five minutes
walk irom center or town: best r
commodatlons; 643 Seventeenth street
FOR RENT Four rooms upstairs; have
gas connections for stove and light,
also water and sewer: 3405 Ninth-
and-a-half avenue. Inquire at 3401
FOR RENT To gentleman or lady em
ployed during tne aay, a nicely fur-
nisnea large room, an modern .con
veniences, including use of phone
rent reasonauie. . v;au west tJz-U.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Ten-room modern brick
house, best built house in city, three
blocks from Market square, newly
painted, grained, and papered; large
outside rooms; cheap rent; fine place
for roomers or boarders. Phone 273
L, or call at 930 Twenty-third street
FOR RENT A modern six-room house
at 517 Eleventh street. Inquire at
buu seventeenth street.
FOR RENT One of Roche's flats; eight
rooms, wiin an moaern conveniences.
. inquire or J. W. Roche.
FOR RENT Four-room flat at 211
Fifth avenue. Inquire of William
McEniry. Mitchell it Lynde building.
FOR RENT Six-room modern flat at
305 Twentieth street. Inquire at
317 Twentieth street Schroeder
FOR RENT Seven-room house, Twelfth
street, south of Aiken; fine location
$12. Old phone 759-K. E. W. Rob
FOR RENT A six-room house at 1228
Twelfth, street, newly papered and
partly modern. Inquire at i317 Sixth
FOR RENT Five-room house, with
city water; rent. $10 per month; 2819
Ninth avenue. Inquire at 2825 Ninth
FOR RENT Six-room ' house, with
bath, gas and furnace, at 508 Six
teenth street. Inquire at 1714 Fifth
WANTED Laborers, for railroad work.
in Montana; snip Monday. American
Employment Bureau, 217 Brady
FOR RENT Six-room house in South
Heights, Sixteenth-and-a-half street
south of Aiken; $10. E.. W. Robin
son. Old phone 759-K. - '
FOR RENT A five-room house, with
good well and cistern water, on Thirty-fourth
street and Ninth avenue.
Inquire at 3401 Ninth avenue: ' .
FOR RENT One modern fiat In the new
Negus apartment house, corner Thir
teenth street and Second avenue. Ap
fly to W. O. Negus at the Rock Is
FOR RENT Nicely furnished large
south bay window room, with all
modern, conveniences, including use
of phone, at 104 Thirteenth street
New phone 5412.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage at 1117
Sixth avenue; also a seven-room
house at 1119 Sixth avenue; have
water and sewer. Inquire at 419
FOR RENT .Four-room cottage, with
barn, on- Beventeentn street Soutn
Heights. Also seven-room house on
Nineteenth avenue. Both have good
cellar, well and cistern. Inquire at
mua seventeentn street, - soum
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT A store and living rooms
at 2612 Fifth avenue. Inquire at
2612 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Store room 20xG0 at 1509
Second avenue. Inquire of needier
Bros., 1513 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Two small store rooms
16x24; free steam heat; 38 per month
each; locuted 120-122 Seventeenth
street Call west 301, or 900.
E. L. DENNISTON, D. O. Graduate of
- the American School of Osteopathy,
Klrksville, Mo. Office hours, 8 to is
a. m. and 1 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Of
fice in Safety building, rooms 208 and
209. Consultation and examination
free. Office phones, new E263, old 997.
Residence phone 728-Y.
HENRY GAETH.TE Proprietor Chlp-
pianoctt nursery. cut nowers and
designs of all kinds. .iy store, 1607
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
HOME LAUNDRY Family washings
only; work called for and delivered.
Miss A. Couch, prop. 1219 Twelfth
street; old phone west 652-L.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
CONTRACTORS AND V
BUILDERS, .s ' .
Manufacturers of Bash. Doors, Blinds
and Stairs. Interior Finish of all kind
HARDWOOD VENEER FLOORING
AND DEALERS IN GLASS.
Ill AND III . ,
-;. v. EIGHTEENTH BTREBT,
ROCK ISLAND. JLU
MONEY JXO LOAN
On Real EBtate, Security. -LUDOLPH
Mitchell ft Lynde Building.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Twenty laborers at the TJ.
S. boat yard below Milan, ill. wages,
$1.75 per day of eight hours.
Bell boys at the Harper I
WANTED A pin-setter at the Hotel
Harms bowling alley, noy about is
years of . age preferred.
WANTED Able bodied men between
ages 19 and 3u for U. S. marine corps.
For full -particulars inquire of Dr. A.
E. Williams, 322 Nineteenth street
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
"rSfft. llittl J".
work within the reach of poor man;
can have shop with small capital;
wages from $12 to $20 weekly; won
derful demand for barbers; catalogue!
mailed free. Moler . Barber college,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED -Waiters at the Rock Island
WANTED A girl for general house
work at 838 Twenty-third street
WANTED At once, a competent girl
for general housework at 2209 Sev
WAN.T?!)-Aco.nlPet(,n.t Kirl for gen-1
. i S . ' . wises. AFrlJ I
ai UV4 oevciliceuill Slfcci. I
8VlteoeXvSerjenCeSaKary reuired- kind
of machine used, -how soon can ac
cept position. Address "A., care
WANTED Ladies; our catalogue ex
plains now we teach halrdressing.
manicuring, facial massage, etc., in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler col
lege, Chicago, 111.
WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Amateur performers at the
Elite theater every Friday night; val-
uable prizes given. Apply at box of
lire any time during week.
WANTED A good, strong girl or wo
man, to assist in doing kitchen work
at St. Anthony's hospital.
WANTED Position as collector, fold
ing, or general office work, by lady
of experience. Address Box 458, city.
WANTED Situation by reliable and
experienced fitter and alteration wo
man with years of experience. Ad
dress "X. Y. Z.," care Argus.
WANTJfip- Boarders; first class table; I
central location; 1800 Fifth avenue.
WANTED In private family, a few
uoaraers; excellent table. Old phone
WANTED Chimneys to build, repair
and clean. McDowell Bros. Old phone
WANTED Partner, lady or gentleman.
wiin small capital In an established 1
uusiness. Aaaress f. u. Box. 267, city.
WANTED Old feathers; highest price
paiu ior Old leathers. (Jail old phone
62-y, or address 1911 Second ave-1
WANTED Nursing to do by middle-
aged woman who is practical nurse;
charges reasonable. Address "M. E.,"
WANTED Boarders at a private Ger
man boarding house; first class meals,
home cooking, nice rooms with steam
heat; bath and gas;. price reasonable;
1405 Fourth avenue ;old phone 824-Y.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND Gold nose-glasses; owner can
have same - by calling at 1027 Fif
LOST Thursday on Seventh avenue be
tween Twenty-eighth and Twenty
ninth streets, a gold forget-me-not
brooch set with pearls. A reward
for return to Argus office.
LOST A nair of two-siirht spectacles.
in case, on Sixteenth street and Fifth-1
and-a-half avenue. Finder return to I
Charles Ullemeyer's drug store or I
Argus office and receive reward.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mail and Journal is
the one paper in Mollne that can do
li iur you. jueui anu uuurna.1 wunis
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
Journal. Mollne, lit
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACTS of Title prepared or con-1
tinued to date covering any real es
.tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Island Title & Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president: W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-203, second
floor, People's National Bank build
$ $ $ $
No Matter Who
There are doubtless times
when you could tind use for
40 or 50 dollars, if you only
knew a good, reliable concern
to borrow It from. Is - this
not true?. .
You will do your borrow
ing from us if you will only
come in and learn of our fair,
square rates and plans. We
don't ask you' to take our
wbrd for a thing we render
you a statement of the whole
transaction - That's business,
, Ninety-six' cents per week
repays a $40 loan in 50 weeks.
Monthly payment plans if you
prefer them. .
If you cannot call on us (we
have three private offices),
lust write us a letter, and we
will send an agent to you
without charge, if you live
within 40 miles of Davenport.
Old phone S425-N.: new MI.
219 ft Brady street Davenport,
Iowa. Open Wednesday and
Saturday nigh ta.
8 ALL THE NEWS ALL' THE 8
O TIME THE ARGUS. Q
TRIO LODGE. NO. 57. A. F. & A. XL-
Meets in stated communication
on the first Thursday of each
month. . Master Masons cordi
ally welcome. J. W. Houder, W. M.;
William B..pettit, 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.; L. C
ROCK ISLAND COMMANDERT NO. 18,
K. T. Meets in stated conclave on
the second Monday of each month.
IL A. J. McDonald. E. C: R. C WU-
MASONIC BOARD OF CONTROL H.
D. Mack, president; F. T. Myers, sec
I JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD At-
torneys-at-law. Office in Rock island
National bank building.
HOPE THOMPSON Attorney - at - law.
Ueneral law business; probate, com
mercial and -corporation law, $04-305
Safety building. -
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms 302 and $03, Safety
building. Rock island, UL
MURPHY & LARSON Attorneys-at
law. General legal practice. Rooms
0n,l ic Mitoholl l.vnHa hnllHInv
T t i r,i..,.u cem
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys-at-
law. Loan money on good security:
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynda building.
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Money to loan
on real estate. Abstracts of title pre'
pared. Rooms 200-203, Peoples Na
tional bank building.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
at lowest rates. Ludolph & Reynolds,
lawyers, nurora diock, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Swee
ney, attorney, rooms 32 and 35, Mitch
ell & Lynde building, Rock Island.
LOANS ON FURNITURE, pianos, horses, I
waKuns, eic; quicKiy, privaieiy, ai i of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
the lowest rates. Mutual Loan com-1 tice that he will appear before the
pany (uninc). room 411. People's Na-1 county court of Rock Island county at
uonm uunK ouuaing, new pnone oiuv.
Phone old west 122.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
iiikiic v vii uuuaciium uuua, jiuiucb, i aganst said estate are notineti ana re
wagons, etc., without removal andaut,sted to attend, for the purpose of
in a quiet way.- Call on us lor quick I
loans. Fidelity Loan company, room
38, Mitchell & Lynde block.
MONEY LOANED to salaried people and
others, without security; easy pay-1
menus; no puuuciiy. uau ana get our
terms and method of doing business.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Tele
phone north 2411. Victor Finance
company, room 26, McManus build
ing. Second and Main streets, Daven
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold furniture a specialty. Cham'
berlin & Anderson.
F. COX Real estate and
insurance. Loans a specialty. Beet I
tire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 23, and I
new bivz. urace at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency. Fire
life, accident health and plate glass;
real estate and loans; second, floor.
Safety building. Office phone west
996. Residence phone 736-K. Open
weunesaay and Saturday nignts.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors' ad
1 mlnistrators. guardians', trustees' or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodges and
society officers; city state or U. S.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust ;ln fact any kind of
bond you want (except bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave
land, resident managers Fidelity &
ueposit company of Maryland.
EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AND CAB
I ROBB'S EXPRESS COMPANY Furni-
iure moveu, pacttea ana sioreu. Dun,
baggage and cab service day or night.
Main office, 2410 Third avenue. Old I
phone 637 and 900. New phone 6158.
RELIABLE STORAGE On first floori
also manufacturer of awnings, tents, I
wagon covers, etc. Tents lor rent B.
Roessler & Co., 209 Fifteenth street I
opposite the court house, rock island.
I EWERT & RICHTER Express
Storage company, having unequaledl
facilities for moving, storing, packing
an d shipping household goods, and I
can quote reduced freight rates tol
Pacific coast and other points. Write I
,K not.. ...... .n Q4Q I
S26 East Fourth street Davenport
lowa. xeiepnone bus.
MASSAGE AND ELECTROLYSIS.
MASSAGE given at the homes. Super
fluous hairs permanently removed
with electric needle. Treatment giv
en at homes unless otherwise desired.
Address Miss A. M Klttridge. 1019
perry street Davenport, Iowa. Old
MRS. E. W. MILLER. Masseuse. 1506
Fifth avenue; electric vibrator and
vapor baths, body and facial massage.
hair and scalp treatment shampooing
and manicuring; body massage aBpe -
ciaity. ixew pnone ob&. iiours, iu
a. m. to 10 p. m.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET COM.
PANY White Collar Line steamer Hel-
I C II XJiair jaitlllU Ctrl iJLVU
dav. Wednesday and Friday at 4 d. m.
fr Muscatine. Burlington and interme -
Idiate points. '
Steamer Helen Blair connects with
I steamer for Keokuk each trio.
Steamer Helen tsiair leaving kock is
land every Wednesday at 4 p. m. con
Inects with steamer for St. .Louis.
C J. MANGAN. Agent
Old Phone West-188. New phone 5152
Dock foot of Nineteenth street Rock
VILLA DE CHANT AL A home school
conducted for girls by the. Sisters of
the Visitation. Rudimentary and high -
ap hronnhaa nnrt nil nnilTA efiinmnlitth. B
ments taught Twentieth street and
Fifteenth avenue, kock island.
PATENT AND TRADE MARK. -Office,
Rock Island. James F. Murphy, as-
sociate, branch of Moore & Coj pat-
nwsb vv ttm vv nsutunvvut WtUI
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
IH. J. TOHER & CO. Brokers. Daven
R? iSI- pJ?r?"t S
Chicago. Offices. 109 Main street Tel
L. SMITH Painter; new shop, cor
ner Sixteenth street and Fourth ave -
nue. Repaints automobiles, carriages,
hn.BS nnA vnnmi All mnlr
anteed. Telephone west 87 7 -X. ..
Notice of Flnnl Settlement.
Estate 'of Anna Marta. Thiele. de
Public notice-Is hereby eriven that
the undersigned. Oswald Thiele, admin
istrator or tne estate or Anna Marta
Thiele, deceased, ' has this day filed his
nnai report and settlement as sucn In
the county court of Rock Island coun
ty, and hearing on said report has been
set for December 15, 1908. at 9 o'clock
a. m.. at which time persons interest
ed may appear and make objections
thereto, 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, III.. Nov. 19, 1908.
OSWALD THIELE. Administrator.
Marion E. Sweeney, attorney. . ;. .
Estate of John McEnary, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of John McEnary. late of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
ueceaseu, nereby gives notice that be
will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at the county court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
January term, on the first Monday In
January next at whlcn time all persons
having claims against. eBtate are noti
fied and requested to attend, for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
uated this 7th day or November. A.
JOHN F. COURTNEY, Executor.
McEniry & McEniry, solicitors.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of William B. Bruner. deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, Albert M. Bruner and
Oscar L. Bruner .executors, have filed
their final report and settlement as
such in the county court of Rock Is
land county, and hearing on said report
has been set for Dec. 6, 1908, at. 9
o'clock a. m., at which time persons in
terested may appear and make objec
tions thereto, 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.. Nov. 9, 1908.'
ALBERT M. BRUNER,
OSCAR L. BRUNER.
Searle & Marshall, attorneys.
Estate of Margaretta Rohwedder, de
ceased. The undersigned -having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
iate of the county of Rock Island, state
ithe county court room. In tne city or
Rock Island, at the January term, on
th ft rut Mnmlnv In January next, at
which time all persons having claims
havine - th same ndlusted. All ner-
anna indebted to said estate are re-
lauested to make immediate payment to
ra ted this 23rd day of November
d. 1908! W '
GEORGE JURGEN ROHWEDDER,
H. J. TOHER.
SL J. TOEDSIE & CO.,
PRIVATE WIRES TO NEW YORK
AND CHICAGO. t .
IIS MAIN STREET. - DAVENPORT
PHONE WEST 40T.
t Incorporated Under the State Law
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
4 Per Cent Interest FaU a Dsn lis
I " UV
i or Real Estate Security; Farm Loan
In Rock Island County Espe
OFFICERS Phjl Mitchell, president;
H. P. Hull vice president; P. Qreenav
DIRECTORS R. R. Cable, William H.
Dart, IL P. Hull. E. W. Hunt. John
I Vol k. P. Oreenawalt, Phil Mitchell, In
H. p,. .
Began the business July S, 18ft. anS
ell A Lynde building.
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I I m(WivM irmnnaik nmid
1 BiflilUTaili ii 1TUUSIL ZUImIUU
(Incorporated Under State Law)
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.-
H. E. CasteeV President.
IL a HEAGT, Vice President.
H. B. SIMMON. Caabier,
1 capital Bteek S10e,OOe.
I Interns PsU Pen Its.
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us, tu- la. lasteei, u. v. saacs, m. n.
I Heagy. H. B. Simmon, H. H. Cleavelaad.
Mary E. Robinson. W. J. Sweeney. H.
w. Tremann. C W. Hawes, W. 8. Parks.
I : TRUST DEPARTMENT. ;
Estates and property of all kinds are
managed by this department, which Is
- lept entirely separate from the baak-
toMtnee. of the company. We act
- 1 executor of and trustees under Wills.
I Administrator, Guardian and Conserva-
tor of Estates. , .
Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent
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