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THE ROCK ISHAND ARGUS. MOOT) AY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1910.
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MRS. ELLA PETERSON, clairvoyant.
nana ana card reader; readings, to
cents, to women only. Call at 1312
Seventh avenue. Rock Island.
52? 1 1
f "fel I does not wish to be classed
aV-llwlth the many so-called
iy . it i I clairvoyants, mediums, etc,
community in the past. Pro
reesor Khiron tells you
1 Iwhom and when vou will
marry, and all Important facts, giving
names, descriptions, etc Readings. 2."
cents and 50 cents. Professor Khiron
reunites the separated and develops per
sonal Influence. Hours, 10 a. m. to S p.
m. Swedish Olive building. Moline.
Steamer Black Hawk, lor Muscatine,
New Boston, Keithsburg, Oquawka and
Burlington. Leaves Rock Island every
Monday. Wednesday and -Friday at 4
p. m., arriving at Burlinloa the next
mottling at 9:15.
Fare to Muscatine only 35 cents. Fare
to Burlington, including meals and
berth, $2.25 one way, or $4 for the round
Steamer Black Hawk connects at Bur
lington with steamers for Fort Madison,
Keokuk. .Quincy and all intermediate
joints. C J. MANGAN. Agent.
Rock Island, 111.
Old phone west 188; new phone 6153
Office and dock foot of Nineteenth street
W. A. Blair. General Manager, Dav
enport. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
YOU can sell anything by our quick
sale and exchange plan; particulars
free. The Buyers' Guide Publishing
Company, 225 Dearborn street, Chi
cago. MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS.
MULTIPLE b. I .h'.CTKULY SIS Superflu
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one to six
needles; four to six hours work in
-t -one with- six; treatments given at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A M. Klttrldge. 1019 Per
ry street. Davenport. Old phone 3138.
la a question of importance to
everyone. Some bave plenty,
while others bave not enough. It
is our business to supply those
who bave not enough with the
necessary amount to meet their
needs. Our terms are eo easy
that it is not necessary to worry
about the money question.
We loan from $5 up, on house
hold goods, pianos, live stock,
etc., without removal, the loan to
be repaid either weekly, monthly,
or quarterly; 60 cents per week
pays a $25 loan In 50 weeks; oth
er amounts in-proportion.
We give a written contract
with each, loan.
Come in. and be convinced that
this is the best place -to eorrow
when you want a private loan.
Our agent will call at your
bouse upon request.- '
"PRIVATE AND RELIABLE."
219 H Brady street, Davenport,
Iowa. Old phone north 2485; new
phone 242. Open Wednesday and
Whether hand embroider
ed, finely tucked or plain
tailored, are ironed ex
quisitely by our expert
finishers. It is impossible
for you to have them done
as nicely, at home. Let us
show you what beautiful
work we do.
6o1 TWELFTH STREET. BOTKv
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JACKSON. HURST & STAFFORD At-
torneys-at-law. urace in rock island
National bank building.
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms 802 and 303, Safety
building. Rock Island. 111.
McENIRT & McENIRY Astorneys-at-
law. Loan money on good security;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
SWEENEY & 'WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Money to loan
on real estate. Abstracts of title pre
pared. Rooms 200-203, People's Na
tional bank building.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE security at
lowest rates. Ludoipn & Reynolds,
lawyers. Best block, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marlon E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms S2 and 35, Mitch
ell & Lynde building. Rock Island.
LOANS on furniture, pianos, horses.
watrona. etc.. aulckly. privately, at the
lowest rates. Mutual Loan Company
(unlno, room 411, ieopie s xsationai
bank building. in'VT phone S1U9; old
phone west 122.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on household goods, horses,
wagons, etc., without removal and
in a quiet way. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan company, room
403 Best building.
MONEY LOANED to salaried people and
ments, no publicity. Call and get our
terms and metnods oi 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
$100 cash for a "Up" resulting In ac
tual location oi any desirable Indus
try here; 24,000 horse power (water)
at by-product prices, free factory
eitea, raw materials abundant, trans
portation convenient; linely illustra
ted folder upon request. St. Croix
Falls Improvement Association. St.
Croix Falls, Wis. (.40 miles from
I IT YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mall and Journal is
the one paper Id Moline that can do
It for you. Mall. and Journal wants
are popular, and Mall and Journal
wants Bring reaiuia. uaa-iwu cent
per word is the price to all alike,
cash In advance; two -cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mall ana
Journal Moline, ku.
MRS. DR. BAKER, the most success
ful medium in the weft, heals by a
scientilic mctnod known as divine
healing. Blindness Irom disease, deaf
ness, rheumatism, paralysis, nervous
ness, and all other ailments cured In
a short time. Lay aside Pkepth-ism
and call for free consultation . Prices
within reach of th poor. Renowned
clairvoyant of high repute rind re
6pectability. 1414 Third avenue.
t'UU MiN AND WUjULUN Mrs. a). YV
Miller, graduate masseuse; electric
vibrator treatments, vapor baths.
scientific body and racial massage,
iberaDeutic lights. SDlnal treatment
Swedish movements, etc Hours front
10 a. m. to s p. m. lieniey bulidlngt
suite 12, oorner Fourth and Brady
streets. Davenport, lows.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES.
tinued to date covering any real es
tate la ne county, frompt and ao
curate Service at reasonable rates.
Rock Island Title & Abstract Com
pany; J. . Ingram, cresident; w. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 800-203. second
floor, Pe Tple'o .National bank build
A good story? is rejated of an Kitg-
llsh'toeaTtrkalmanager who by thrift
ana naraworK naa amassea a rortune.
Previous to the produtlonrof- one play
the stage? carpenters bad to repair a
trap, and .tbe nead carpenter went to
the manager' and: Informed him- that it
could notibe done 4n .the dark.
"Well, lad, thee won't hare t gas,
answered the manager. "Here, tak
this and bay a candle."
And be banded him a halfpenny.
The carpenter pleaded that they
wanted two in order to get sufficient
"How long will e Job tak' thee?"
asked the manager.
"About tea mftrotes.'V'was the reply
Then cnt f candle In two," was the
answer. "Thee won't bave any more
money." 1 . . .
Don't waste your money buying plas
ters when you can get a ' bottle of
Chamberlain's Liniment for 25 cents.
A piece of flannel dampened with this
liniment is superior to any plaster for
lame back, pains in the side and chest,
and much cheaper. Sold by all drug
CONTRACTORS AICD BUILDERS.
Jdbun VHIk & C
CONTRACTORS AND BUILD Kit A,
Manufacturers ot Gash. Doors. BItnda.
and Stalra Interior Finish of all kind a
Hardwood Teneer Flooring, and deal
ers in Glass. SU and S23 Elgnteenta
FOR ROT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room.
at 1101 ourteenth-and-a-halr street.
FOR RENT Modern frunlshed room.
suitable for two; 602 Twenty-fourth
FOR RENT Furnished rooms In mod
ern house, close in; 408 Fifteenth
FOR RENT Furnished front room; all
modern; opposite court house, at 217
FOR RENT Two rooms, suitable for
light housekeeping:. Inquire 527 Sev
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping-, at
619 Twenty-first street.
FOR RENT Furnished room, suitable
lor two; nouse modern; at 1118 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room
in modern home; location central; use
oi pnone; izza second avenue,
FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern
iront room, suitable for one or two;
gentlemen prer erred; 1216 Fourth ave
FOR RENT A nice large furnished
room, witn an modern conveniences,
at 2200 Sixth avenue; gentleman pre
ferred. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
Housekeeping, Jl.oO, $2 and S3 a week;
also nicely furnished sleeping rooms.
at zsu ntn-ana-a-naii avenue.
FOR RENT A steam-rieateri furniahAd
front room, with gaa and bath, one
block from New Harper. Inquire
14 21M second avenue, mornings.
FOR RENT Entirely modern furnish
ed rooms, one-half block from Elm
street car, three blocks from Rock
Island station, at 711 Twenty-ninth
street. fnon west 1070.
FOR RENT MOV8M3.
FOR RENT South side of double house
at n -orty-rourtn street; has sewer
and water. Inquire 4121 Seventh ave
FOR RENT Five-room dwelling. No,
8904 Flfth-and-a-half avenue; bath
ana partly modern. Charles E.
Hodgson, flre insurance, otiice 1728 i
FOR RENT .A six-room house at 1828
Twenty-ninth street, with oue-half
acre of ground; cistern and gas: one
half block from car line. Inquire at
1S26 Twenty-ninth street.
FOU RENT MlSCKI.I.aNXQga.
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; all conveniences. In
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room 100. T. K.
FOR RENT Vacuum cleaner at 25$3
iigntn-ana-a-naif avenue. Old phone
I DO-X .
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT A four-room flat: sewer
and water; at 1002ft Fourth avenue.
Inquire 1018 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT One of Wright's modern
nve-room flats; heat Included. In
quire 224 Seventeenth street.
MR. LANDLORD, we want you to no
tify us oy teiepnone or postal when
your house is vacant. We have a
complete rent list of the tri-cities.
and have 80 to 40 applications dally
xor nouses, we win sena mem, and
without one cent of expense to you.
Summerfleld's. 113-115 East Second
street, Davenport. -
WANTED Agents; $100 monthly and
expenses, to travel and distribute
samples for big manufacturer; steady
work. S. ScheflCer, Treasurer, P. 49,
WANTED Country agent for the Wil
son cruae on Durner; on exhibition at
2100 Third alenue6from 9"?!
or 2 to 4 p. m?
WANTED Agents: no splash samDlea
free; agents, both sexes: Eureka Anti.
Splash water strainer is a winner;
get sample; be convinced; send two
cents postage. G. K. Seed, 83 Reade.
WANTED Agents, for a vacuum clean-
er that weighs only five pounds, sells
Vi " I - Tli s I
llvest proposition ever offered to an
agent; many agents making $100 weelt I
. V , uemon-
o""-lu" uco.iJi, imuo, can sen iu i
yj l jm iiiouujuoo iu uuq vi any ocoer
make. Write at once. P. & w. Vac
uum Cleaner Company, 611 W. Forty
ilfth street. Kew Tork City.
WAJT KD C h lmiTey to buUd. Repair
and clean. McDowell Bros. Old phone
WANTED Motorcycle as part payment
for a good lot in this city. "S.,"
WANTED Plain sewing by experienced
seamstress; 431 Forty-third street.
Old phone 904 K.
WANTED Three or more furnished
rooms, or bouse; no children. In
quire Lyric theatre.
WANTED Three or four unfurnished
rooms, located near car line. Address
noomB, care Argus.
WANTED Cream; farmers wishing to
Bell their cream, address Edward
Dierolf, Box 114. South Rock Island.
WANTED A small foot or power screw
culling lame, nuni to men swing
Address 805 Twenty-first street, Rock
WANTED By young
place to work In private family for
board. Address Trl-Clty Business
WANTED Tour amateur finishing at I
tuv xstvwu 0i.uuv. jvs- narati drur I
store, corner Third avenue anu Twen-
WANTED To buy, tools and an ice
cm-si sucn us uswi in outcner shoo
Inquire at 1123 Third avenue, or old
phone west 679-X.
WANTED Shoes to mend; all kinds of
repairtus aim promptly done
at reasonable prices. p. Peterson.
1 U ll J -V t. ,f vuudi
WANTED Two furnished rooms for
ngnt iiuurcnoojuuK uy man and wlfei I
ciose to car imej iooauon rather cen
tral. Address -u. c,'
WANTED Lace curta- J to wash and
stretch on irames; lb cents each. Call
evenings or send a postal sard to Mrs.
Mager, 8407 Sixth avenue, and your
work will receive prompt and care
W AWT ED To buy, 600 stoves of mil
nuiaij iuiunuic, we nave the
pnayIieSighee.tWpritc iSffif . Vecon
Hand Store. 1721 Third a7enue C
line. 111. Phone 7B1 east.
WANTED A furnished room, bv a b-ti.
tieman witn eiaeny couple or widow
between Twenty-fourth street east
and Fifteenth street west, from Sec-
??hH?.fh,aIn1?.!, "outh: prefer rLOST A gentleman's tie pin, bull frog
south or east front; not particular as pattern, set with diamonds, at the Ext
to moaern improvements; pleasant
surroundings; will furnish heat If nec
essary; ground floor preferred; refer
ences given. Address "H. K.," care
news an the time THE
WANTED MALES HBLP.
WANTED Bellboys at Hotel Harms.
WANTED A young man to work on
aenvery wagon. Apply H. Tremann
WANTED Government employes; write
ior noes isiana examination schedule,
Franklin Institute, Dept. 71 F. Roch
ester. N. T.
WANTED Three men to sell tracts of
norma lanu; sens easy; pays well.
loucan earn a home In Florida. Ap-
iijr xjcluu. tuic Argus.
wanted Men to learn automobile
ousiness; we teach by mall; get you
$25 weekly Job. Rochester Auto
School. 279 Rochester, N Y
WANTED Young man as mall clerk
and to answer telephone; good wages;
must be capable and come well rec
ommended. Address "B " care Ar
gus. WANTED Experienced calendar Bales-
man for high class line; special com
mission offered on remaining stock
1911 IJne-, Fisher Art Company.
WANTED Monday morning, 10 boys
between 18 and 19 years old, to do
piece work; work steady and good
boy can earn $1 to $1.40 per day. Call
on employment agent, Deere & Co.,
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
few weeks required; best paying work
within reach of poor man; wages up
tO $20 Week!?! Small nnltil a'arta
shop. Write for particulars, free.
itioiec carper college, Chicago. IlL
I wanted Manager; we want a man
"",.' your country to write our
combination life, sick and accident
ioiicj, me Dest seller ever offered:
three benefits for the price of one; no
utiuiicuuo necessary; iinerai pay.
Aaareas capital Life Association.
waited carpenters: apply in Rock
"'. ruvma oil! - on safety
building; in Moline. gate No. 7.
hewJr ThTr'ar0-1' -trt:
In East Moline, Molina Auto company;
iii iuvcniioi -t, on js ourta ana Taylor
uvcu, iitnry w. uorst.
WANTED Manufacturers EnOr-
mocs nyoro-eiectrio power practio
auy tree; other inducements; on two
great railways, St. Crolx-Mississlppl
iuuwi u uoar raui, iuinite-'
apolls and Duluth; raw matetlals
convenient and cheap; Illustrated
booklet and full information. Write
bt. croix n aiis improvement Associa
tion. tt. croix Fails. Wis.
WANTED 100 men; plow fitters, plow
uuer uuinra, oencn macriin.ats, as
semblers, malleable m older a, grey
iron moJders, foundry laborers, punch
a.uu aucur men, arop ana spring Ham
mer, Bradley hammer and bulidoser
men, share welders and helpers, share
setters and anglers, mold and share
shinners, plow grinders and polishers,
share grinders and polishers; factory
mow tor iu ana outside work; also,
able-bodied. Intelligent young men to
learn trades. Living wages assured
irom toe start. sanitary factory,
steady work, good waves, on en ghon.
no labor trouble; board and lodging
rcasonaoie. ivnoi county ibmploy-
znent JLgency, uaicsDurg ill.
WANTED A tenant, who is an nr
gene man. witn a family looking for
an extremely healthy locality, to go
into a beautiful southern home of
eight rooms, soft spring water nined
through the house and yard, hot and
cold water and bath, two barns, peach
ana orinro trees, iuu acres with run
ning spring water for stock. 20 acres
cleared, balance rtne timber; $2,000
and over can easily be made oft the
30 acres from two crops, while three
are usually jrrown: cash rent orafar.
red; live minutes' walk to school and
Sunday school; railroad station at
your door with fare of 25 cents into i
Mobile (only 10 miles), a beautiful I
Bcu(furi ciijr ox i d.uuu. Any one inter-I
tlon can obtain same by addressing
a S," care of Argus. 71
WASTE3) FKIALB HELP.
WANTED A washerwoman; call west
imi-U. old pnone.
WANTED At once, experienced sales
ladies, uawson Millinery.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at nzrf Twentieth street.
WANTED-Two girls at Wright s res-
taurant, 224 Seventeenth street.
WANTED A woman to do washing and
ironing ai ion n.ieventn avenue.
WANTED A girl at the Rock Island
Steam Laundry; 1814 Third avenue.
WANTED A girl to help in kitchen at
2952 Fifth avenue. Old phone 871-X.
WANTED An experienced girl to do
WANTED A girl to do general house-
worn. t:ail at lizo Second avenue.
jld phone 410.
WANTED A middle aged lady to do
general noosewors. Apply at 603 I
WANTED A girl to assist with house
work and caro for baby. Apply 1322
f iitn-anu-a-naii avenue.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work in family of four at 1920 Eighth
avenue, uia pnone west 40-A..
WANTED Experienced millinery sales-
ladles; room 221 Robinson building.
second avenue ana r.ignieenin street.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework; no washing. Call
mornings or evenings at 1003 Second
WANTED Stenographer, one who has
had book-keeping experience prefer
red. Address Rock Island Manufac
turing company, ciiy. -
WANTED A strong, reliable, girl to do
general nousewora in a family of
three grown persons; good wages.
Apply 104S Nineteenth street.
WANTED A housekeeper; middle
aged German lady preierred; good
place xor rignt party, uau between
12 and 1 p. m. or after 6 p. m. at
730 Fifth street.
WANTED HALB OR FKBtALK.
WANTED Help; Rock Island Canning
f actory, ctmia,
WANTED a iris and boys over 16 nun
of age; steady employment. Crescent
Macaroni & cracker company, Daven
port WANTED SITUATIONS.
WANTED Situation, by married man.
on farm. Address i it. c, care Ar
gus. WANTED Situation by young lady as-
sisting oressmaacr. Aaaress "it,"
WANTED Situation by licensed chauf
feur: can operate and repair any gas
oline car; sober and reliable. Address
"Chauffeur." care Argus.
WANTED A situation as stenographer,
bookkeeper, or In business office, by
. experienced young lady. Address
"Stenographer." care Arg"us.
WANTED - Situation by experienced
Ypung gentleman as bookkeeper.
Btenotrranhcr or some similar occupa
tion; good references lumisneu. Ad
ress "P. F. R." care Argus.
" LOST AITU FOVSll.
position grounds Thursday afternoon
or evening. Liberal reward for its
return to this office.
LOST A silver mesh bag containing $4
anu two Keys. xinoer may keep
money n tney return pocxetbook and
keys to Argus office or to Mrs. Ar
thur Brenenger, 2803 Vx Sixth avenue.
FOR AtBJ KTITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE A lot In business district;
must sell, cheap; owner leaving town.
Address "G.," care Argus.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store with
flat above, located at 2736 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn, 610 Twenty
elghBi street, city.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a modern
live-room ruttftfp n t 1 25R Thlrtv-B8v-
enth street; In good repair. Inquire
at 192t Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Cheap, three lots and "lx-
room house, located on Michigan ave
nue. South Rock Island. Inquire 648
Michigan avenue. South Rock Island.
FOR OA LIS At a bargain, a corner
lot. Thirty-eighth Btrnet and Fif
teenth avenue. 60x195 feet .cast front.
Address F. iL," Vara Argus, or call
old phone west 1197-X.
FOR SALE Lots In Robinson's addi
tion tn South Heights, from $800 to
$$73: terms. $26 down, balance in five
years; , a name on easy terms, oia
phone 116SK. F. W. Robinson.
FOR SALE Wishing to build again. I
wish to sell at a reasonable price my
seven-room modern house, 1123 Six
teenth street. 100 feet from Long View
parK, one block from street car, on
paved street. J. Asay, M. D. .
FOR SAXas We nave few lots in
Beecher & Walsh's addition on Twen
ty-fifth and Twenty.sLrth atreeta be
tween Fifteenth and Seventeenth at
enues. which we will sell at your own
terms and build house for those de
siring. Beecner Bros. Old phone ?07.
FOR SALE Three 40-foot lota, u
teet deep, aouta front. Flfth-and-a-half
avenue and Twenty-seventh
street. Also lota on Fifth avenue
near Twenty-seventh street, suitable
for store and flat buildings, 1J4 feet
deep and of frontage to suit purchas
er. Inquire at 6i0 Twenty-seventh
street, or or any real estate agent.
WOn. WSTTT I STTOS.
FOR SALE LOOO acres choice, levoj
Iowa corn land: $70 per acre. W. C.
wiison. it. a . u., Aioiine, xii.
jj-ok sale is acre ktock farm; fine
impruveuienv; tour muos irom Milan;
xuu jr unn. iioiay aroji
FOR SALE A dairv farm. rtth n.
without horaes and cows. For fur-
' iwukuwj auurvsa "uairy
farm Care Argus.
?A-VJ' 'f003 in South
j r ' . --.,c., vtej
good house and outbuLdlnxa For
pariicuiors caii on eiay uros. room
4. Jultchell & Lynde building. v
ft-..aAJ-,?s' Wo hve T5.000 acres tnlare hereby notified that said comnuun-
ieiiowetone county, Montana, at $860 ants have fljed in said court their bilj
P.r.aoi: 62'000.?" lo -A-lher die- of complaint against you. on the chan
trlct. Canada; 43,000 acres north of Cery side of said court; that a summons
Kowllns, Wyo., at $3 per acre. Plenty
land in North Dakota, South Dakota.
Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowtt in
large cr small tract. See us. Jen
nings Land Company, rear Rock is
rOR SAXJB SrrSCKLLAmEOITS
FOR SALE One good work team In
quire at 103U Beventn street.
FOR SALE A mahogany parlor set at
ixiueirenra Btrotl. t'ftune 866-K.
FOR SALE An upright piano, very
corap, at xMineceentn street pnone
FOR SALE Bulck runabout; perfect
cuuuiuuu, it luiuui xioues. S413 Third
FOR PALE Four head of broke and
lour neaa ot uuDroKe Horses. J. d.
Sears, Sears, 111.
FOR SALE A phaeton in srood conrfi.
tion; also buggy and work harness.
xxu x-uutlii avenue.
FOR SALE A Buck hot blast heating
stove, nearly m.w; will sell chetp; at
-i . . i r l . . , . - -
1013 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE For $16, a six-burner wood I
or coal ranire in nrst-clas condition,
at 1!11 Sev
eventeenth street. I
FOR SALE A Singer sewing machine
in I'nutueni condition; will sell cheap.
Jnquiro at 933 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE An Edison Home phono-
"u recorus in good condition.
Cull evenings, Eleventh avenue.
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at once, all
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iv'uuj t ,,uui9di(jtu guuusi owner leav
ing city. Call at lini Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Four good cows, giving
milk. J. B. Josepn. Twelfth ftreef
Ohe-hll block fronTcai
FOR BALK The largest size Jewel
iia.ru cuai stove, in ptritjct condition-
stove, in perfect condition7
sonable; ou5 Thirty-eighth
FOR SALE Contents of 12-room room
ing bouse; good luv-ation. See Mrs.
Laura Connelly, 21Ja Seventeenth
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at on
one ideal cash register and one Hough
Security cash recorder. Inquire at
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, five-passen
ger auiumuum;, in gooa condition, or
will consider trade. Apply S25 Twen-ty-second
FOR SALE Barred Rock cockinu
from J. W. Parks' "bred to lay" stock.
.Worlds best laying strain. Phone
S26-L; 611 Thirty-ninth street.
FOR SALE A 1910
model light touring
in May flrst-elaii
condition; iuiiy equipped, and will
demonstrate. Call east 94 0-L.
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, five-passen-
e uoiKoiu . win consider car
in trade tor real estate. Inniilm ma
Fourteenth street, or phone west 4.
FOR SALE A hot blast heater, alar,
one four-burner laundry stove (both
soft coal), sideboard, good floor oil
cloth, at 714 Twenty-seventh street.
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ens; utility ana snow Oirds. at redun.
eo prices to muKe room for nthr
J.B. Joseph, Twelfth street. Sears,
FOR SALE At once, a six-burner
range, one heating stove and a n&ii
piano certificate also one broken
water spaniel dog. nt 1720 Ninth
street, Rock Island.
FOR SALE An elegantly carved three-
piece oaK oedroom set. with nr.rlnir
and mattress, 115; one extra mattress.
; extra large oak sideboard, 120.
Party leaving city. Inquire at 2&0B
Sixth avenue, Moline.
Ml'SIC AND ART INSTRUCTION.
PRIVATE music lessons and clas.-fs for
art instruction; Bt cents. Mrs. E.
Bohman, Forty-flfth street and Fif
teenth avenue, one block south of Elm
street car line.
PIANO LESSONS given at your home or
at Dome ot your instructor for E0
cents a 45-minute lesson. Miss Marie
Frick. 1!10 Third avenue. - Old Dhone
weBt 193. two rings; new phone 6193.
EXPRESS AND STORAGES.
RELIABLE STORAGE On flrst floor:
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc. lents ror rent. a.
Roessler & Co., 209 Fifteenth street,
opposite the court bouse. Rock Island.
(The Best Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE. LIQHTNINQ AND WIND
office, 1718 Third avenue. Rates aa
BOCK 13LAKU, ILL,
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. To the Sentem-
ber term. A D. 1910. In Chancery.
Clssrca Bryan complainant, vs. Blair
Bryan, defendant; divorce.
lo tne aoove namea defendant:
Affidavit of your non-residence hav
ing been tiled in tlie otiice of the under-
I signed, clerk of the circuit court of the
county of Rock Island, and state of
Illinois, you are hereby nottned. that
said complainant has tiled In said court
her bill of complaint against you. on
the chancery side of said court; that a
summons in cnancery nas Deen issued
in said cause against you, returnable to
me ovpiemDer terin, j- u. tviv, ot said
court, to be begun and holdtn In the
court house in the city of Rock Island,
In said county and slate, on the third
Monday of September, A. D. 1910, at
which time and place you will appear,
and plead, answer or demur to the bill
of complaint as you may see nt
Dated at Rock Island. IlL, this I9th
day of August. A D. 1910.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Said Circuit Court
Sweeney & Walker, solicitors.
Notice of ZNibllcaUom.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
'hKe.J Cll 5' ft8?'y:
September term, A D. 1910,
eery. Bill to quiet title.
John Russell and Susan Xlussell, com
plainants, vs. Margaret Armitage; the
unknown heirs or devisees of Margar
et ArmitaKe, deceased: Grace Bubcock.
the unknown heirs or devisees of Grace
unknown heirs or devisees of Lucy Bab
cock, deceased; the unknown heirs or
devisees of George M. Babcock, deceas
ed; the unknown heirs or devisees of
Fred Babcock. deceased; the unknown
heirs or devisees of Julia K. Babcock,
deceased; Julia Kerns Huxley, the un
known heirs or devisees of Julia Kerns
Harley, deceased, and the unknown
owner Or owners of the following de
scribed real estate:
Sub-lot thirteen (IS). In block number
fourteen (14. In that part of the city. of
1 Rock Island kSown as and called en
same being the north thirty (30) feet oil
the south sixty (60) feet of lot number I
I five (5). and the north thirty (30) feet i
I or the 60ath sixty (60) feet of the east
I forty (40) feet of lot number four (4),
Cu.n.. a. .- ...
situated in the county of Rock Island
i ana state or Illinois, defendants,
I To the above named aefeadants and
Affidavit of your non-residence and
ox vne non-resiaence ni eacn oi you nav-
f ing been filed in the above entitled
I cause. In the office of the undersigned.
J clerk of the circuit court of the county
In chancery has been issued in said
cause against you. returnable to the
September term, A. D. 1S10. of said
court, to be begun and holden in the
court house In said city of Rook Inland,
county of Rock Island and state of Illi
nois, on the third Monday of September,
A. D. 1910, at which time and plaoe you
will appear, and plead, answer or de
mur to the bill of complaint as yon may
Dated at Rocs: Island. 111., this 17th
day of August, A D. IS 10.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Said
Murphy & Larson complainants so
licitors. AAnUaiatratwr'a NaUee
Estate of Fred Carlson, deceased.
The undersigned having been an
notated administratrix of the estate of
Fred Carlson late of the county of Rock
Island, slate ot Illinois, dec eased, here- I
by gives notice mat she will appear
before the county court of Rock island
county, at the county court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the Novem
ber term, on the first Monday in Not
I vember next,' at which tu
I havlnK claims against said
I anil p,nuMtil r t tf
time person 8
notified and requested to attend for the !
purpose of having the same adjusted.
A11 Persns Indebted to said estate are
requested to mane linmoaiaie payment
to the undersigned.
Dated 29th day of August, A D. 1910.
MARIA CARLSUN. Administratrix.
Sweeney & Walker, attorneys.
Estate of Frances C Dart, deceased.
The undersigned having been an-
polnted administrator of tne estate of
Frances C Dart, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased.
hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
c,unty at, Khe J:0,U?ty , '
the ity ' KoAk isIa.otl',
court room, in
ary 'm. on tne first Monday ln Feb-
havener claims against said estate are
notified and requested to aitcnd tor the
" : ""J"-""-
?V,rpo8a ot . " fane aojusied.
AU I,erflons. Indebted to said estate
ate payment to the undersigned.
Dated 6th day of S rtcrahiT, A D.
1910. WORTHY L. DART,
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of James McQuald, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap-
pointed administratrix of the estate of
James McQuaid, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives' notice that she will appear
before the county court ot rock Island
countr. at the county court
the city of Rock Island, at the
ber term, on the first Monday
ber next, at which time all persons hav
ing claims against said estate are noti
fied and requested to attend for the tur-
P0" of J1? ihf Eam1 ad-u,ste(l- All
I persons indebted to said e state are re
quested to roaxe immediate payment to
Dated 13th day of September, A. D.
1910. ANN THOMAS,
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, attorneys
Estate of Wllhelmlna Arp, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will ami
testament of Wllhelmlna Arp, late of
the county of Rock Island, ptate of Illi-
i ., , v, .r.A . ..... . v. . . .
""a uwitMim, . . v u j 1 - o i
he will appear before the county court
of Kock island county, at tne county
court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at the November term, on the flrst Mon
dav in November next, at which time
all persons having claims against said
estate are notineu ana requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. AU persons indebted to said
estate ere requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned
Dated this 16th day of September, A.
D. 1910. MARION E. SWEENEY,
.t-.tAvr m'. COA Real estata uiu
insurance. I iQwns a specialty. Beet
fixe oompaalea represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 21, and
new 17t. OfSoe at court bouse, .
Deposit Company o Maryland.
aisUvikiy'AT'lt lnsuxanca AgJucy jrtra,
life, aocldenb healLh and plate glass;
real estate and loans, stsoond floor.
Safety building. Omce phone west
M. Residence phone 734-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday nlghta.
M a W li. tHJJxD IOU Jfiaecuwrs , ad
minis traxora', guardians', trustees' or
any kind of jialclal bonds; loda- and
society officers; city, state ot V. 0.
' government etnclala; contractors, po
sitions ot trust; - in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds).
jeruu rnoawiMvio. ua;u oc Cleave-
land, resident managers. Fidelity A I
QRAI1T AND PROVISIONS.
port. Stocks, grains, provisions, cot
ton, private wires to New Tork and
cmcago. unicv, ivi aoam street. Tel
UK-NKr QAiTHJE Proprietor Cblp-
inuiuwi uHi. i.ui uo wars and
designs of lUl kinds. City store. 1602
grainn mwi v leieoBOBe till.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
By virtue of a decretal order of the
county court of said county, entered at
the September term of said court. A. D.
110, on the application of the Central
Trut & Savings bank, guardian of
Charles D. Case, a minor, to 11 tha
following described real estate, belong-
I ing to said minor, situate in the county
I of Rock Island, state of Illinois, to-wlt
The undivided one-half (Hi of lota
number one (1) and two (2i. In block
number one (1), and lots number one
(1). three (8) and four (4). In block
I number two (2), in Dock s Second add!
I tlon to the city of Rock Island, subject
to the dower rieht of Blondlne Cube, aa
the widow of Charles E. Case, de
ceased, therein, the undersigned
will, on the fourth day of Octo
ber, A D. 1910. at the hour of 2
m- sell all the interest of said minor
n and to the said real estate, at the
east door of the court house In said
I city of Rock Island. Terms of sale hs
follows: Cash in hand unon the eorrtnlo-
tlon of said eule and its approval by the
Dated Sept. 7. A D.. 1910.
CENTRAL TRUST & SAVINCSS BANK.
t Guardian for Charles D Case, minor.
The owner of the other undivided In
terest in the above described property
will join in said sale for the conveyance)
?"." merest, and the said widow for
I the release of her dower interest.
I TRIO Lnrw-io" vn k
Meets In stated communication
the first Thursday of each
onth at 7:30 p. to. By order
of M. T. Stevens. W. M.; William B
Petti t. secretary.
ROCK ISLLAND COMMANDER T It,
K. T. Stated conclave will be held at
asylum. Eighteenth street and Sec
ocd avenue, second Monday of eaca
month, C W. Thacher. !. C; R. C
Brotherhood of Amerf eao Yeotneav,
ROCK ISLAND HOME
STEAD NO. 22S1. Meets
second and fourth Friday,
evenings at Beselln's hall.
IBanrglsiiinis Sua IFaiirEEia
240 acres fine stock and grain farm
close to school; nine-room house, large
barn, good water, etc.: all in nice shape;
price $b6 per acre; $7,000 cash, bulanco
at 6H per cent, long time, with op
830 acres, in high state of cultivation
fine improvements: close to school and
church; located close to Edgington; one
of the best farming communities in Illi
nois; price $125 per acre; good terms.
200-acre farm; 30 acres bluff, balance
all level black land; new Iioohq and
barn; all in high state of cultivation;
located 1H miles from depot; price $1
120-acre farm, all level black soli;
nice improvements; plenty of fruit; lo
cated one-half mile from interurban and
(our miles from Milan; price $100 per
68-acre farm; fine Improvements;
T'eat ' fruit; land rolling; price $100
40-aere farm; nice Improvements;
land rolling; located five miles from Mi
lan and oii-half mile from interurban
street car; price $110 per acre.
10 -acre tracts closo to town.
A few of our large lint. If you want
to buy a farm, let us show you our bar
gains. We have the tx-nt burgalns in
this vicinity. All we ok is for you to
come end look them over.
Room No. 14, State Hank building. Rock
We bave two cottages on 4th Bt,
on one lot; a snap at ...$ttoO
A nice six - room cottage in South
Rock Island; one-Lalf acre of
land; lots of fruit f200
A brand new cottage on ISth Ave..
near 11th St.; will sell at S2.404)
An eight-room house on 12th
Ave.; ' has furnace; in good
We have three lots in Sinalley's
sub-division on St.; a bar
gain at SLOO
171 acres In Hampton township;
has big bouse and good Improve
ments; per acre $119
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTAT&
Coite 405 Best Building, Rock Island, 111.
,000 acres first clars western land,
only V, miles from a good railroad
town; hue set of Improvements; 111 per
. 280-acre farm, short distance front
Muscatine; fine sc-t of Improvement;
220 acres level, balance a little rolling;
$125 per acre; will accept flt,000 trade
on this farm.
13S acres Rock Island county land; CO
ap,i lvl 1 ,:i 1 :i ri rrniLrh tflu r rw
- --. - - - .
40 acres; good set of improvement
60 acres level, balance rolling; bi au
249 acres fine land near Eldridge;
$146 an acre.
I. too acres first class level land, six
miles from Muscatine, near a good rail
road town; two fine sets of improve
ments; 1100 per acre; will accept 160,
i'00 trade on tuts farm.
Nearly new 9-roota modern house on
Twenty-ninth street, worth 14.000; for
quiok eale $3,500.
Fine corner on Nineteenth street.
First class business corner In Dav
enport. 140x160, lttti.000; terms good.
Three story building 60-foot frontage,
on Second street near Brady and 140
feet th back, $17,000.
We have the largest list of vacant
lots in Rock Island; from $200 and up.
Trades of all kinds handled.
Open Saturday evenings.
We write Insurance and loan money.
Old phone west 241,
Blankenjburg & filankeubarg,
S0 Safety Building.
ti. J. TOWUt.
A L. ANDaUttJO.
TTOEIEE & CO.,
Private wires to New Tork and Chi-,
ago. loa Mala strsst, Davenport. PaooW
rest 401. - - J