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THE ROCK ISEAND ARGUS. TUES1T, OCTOBER 11, 1910.
YHAT ARE YOU
vhc PvS'r1S fTDBC .PfflC "THIS; QIRCc Voice i'
MRS. ELLA. PETERSON, clairvoyant,
hand and card reader; readings, 60
cents, to women only. Call at 1812
Seventh avenue. Rock Island.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST In McCabe's store, a gold bar
pin; word "Pet" engraved on same.
Reward for return to Argus.
LOST A brlndle bull terrier, four
months old. female: white breast and
toes; out tail. Return to 601 Third
FOUND Near Sala flats, a package con
taining wlne-oolored moire silk, gilt
trimming, and belt. Owner may call
and Identify same at The Argus.
LOST A lady's gold brooch, set with
pearls and a diamond, at Majestic
theatre or on Second avenue. Return
to 2S25 Eighth avenue for reward.
LOST Sunday afternoon between Nine
teenth and Thirtieth streets and Sec
ond and Thirteenth avenues, a string
of solid gold beads. Reward. Old
phone west 602.
LOST On Long View or Elm street car,
Sunday afternoon, a small open-faced
gold watch, engraved "M. R.,"' in a
black leather fob. Reward for re
turn to 906 Fifteenth street, city.
LOST Sunday evening, between Fourth
and Eighth avenues, on fourteenth
street, a plain gold watch, with "K.
S. N." engraved on, same. Return to
744 Fourteenth-and-a-half street. Re
ward. LOST Between L A L station, Daven
port, on Bridge line oar, or between
Twentieth and Twentythird streets,
or Third and Fifth avenues. Rock Is
land, a combination Masonic 32nd de
gree and Knights Templar pin. Lib
eral reward for return to Argus of
fice. eftAiN ASD PROVISIONS.
H. J. TOMER t CO. Brokers. Daven
port. Stocks, grains, provisions, cot
ton. Private vires to New York and
Chicago. Office, 109 Main street. Tel
We have a good proposition and
wa want to tell you about it. We
want to loan you the money to
buy your fall and winter sup
plies, such, as coal, potatoes, cloth
ing, etc You surely will need a .
few new things when you clean
We wlU loan you any amount
you need on your furniture, piano,
horses, cattle, etc., without re
moval. Payments weekly, month
ly or quarterly. $1.20 per week
pars a (60 loan In 60 weeks. More
if you want it. Leas if you
Let upay your-taies.
Toa are too busy to come over
today, write or phone us and our
agent will call on you. Borrow
ing from, us insures absolute prl
vacyjand prompt service.
"PRIVATE AND RELIABLE."
119 Brady street, Davenport.
Iowa. Old phone north 842&; new
phone 848. 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
sdw you what beautiful
work we do.
501 TWELFTH STREET. BOTH
SPLITS THE FAMILY
Los Angeles Man Resents Rule
Against Kissing Sterilized
DIVORCE IS THE RESULT
Betty Tanner, Heir to Millions, Not
Allowed to Breathe the Genu
Laden Air of Nature.
Willful neglect is the reason given
in the court records for the divorce
granted at Los Angeles to Mrs.
Eleanor Miliback Anderson Tanner by
Judge Hutton, but the real reason for
the "neglect," eay Tanner's friends, is
that Tanner's baby was so sterilized
that hs was not allowed to kiss her.
Betty Tanner, known far and wide
as the "human orchid," so carefully
has she been reared, was given into
the custody of her mother, so now
the line of heritage for the Millbank
fortune, estimated at $25,000,000, is in
tact. "-Mrs. Tanner also is permitted
to resume her maiden name of An
derson. The fortune amassed by Jeremiah
Millbank is held now by Betty's grand
mother. Mrs. Abraham Archibald An
derson, who is reported to have said
that if her daughter had no children
the millions should go to charity, and
this explains the care exhibited in
rearing Betty. Betty is five years old.
Her father, John S. Tanner, and herl
motner were married in New xork in
Nature Filled With Germs.
Soon after Betty was born the Tan
ners moved to California to give the
child the benefit of a warm climate.
Mr. Tanner had 1 plans to let Betty
grow up out of doors.
"It will make her healthy," he said.
Dot Mrs. Tanner had ideas of her
own on the subject, and she bad her
"She shall never have a chance to
be infected by those horrid germs,"
said Mrs. Tanner.
Accordingly on her instructions
architects began planning the most
curious house la Los Angeles. It is
In one of the most fashionable resi
dence districts and literally was built
around Betty. First the ground was
sterilized; then every bit of building
material that went into the structure
was sterilized. The walls ' of the
nursery were made as nearly germ
proof as It was possible.
Even the air that Betty breathed was
sterilized before it was allowed to en
ter the room. Servants waited on the
little miss and saw to It that every'
thing she touched her toys, her food.
her clothes were sterilized and thor
The fathar was not allowed-to hold
his little girl on his lap or even kiss
her. The mother did not pretend to
take such liberties.
Air Teo Antisepticrzed.
At last the atmosphere In. his home
became too rarefied for Mr. Tanner,
and he left. For three years he has
not been at. the borne .when Mrs. Tan
ner and Betty were .there. He was
always "away." It Is thought he now
is traveling in the orient.
Mrs. Tanner made no request for
alimony, for Tanner's fortune is small
compared with that which will some
day be hers. Testimony in court show
ed that his estate amounts to not more
than $86,000, and his Income does not
exceed $8,000 a year. Mrs. Tanner
told the court that her mother had to
supply all the money for the family
expenses. Isaac Millbank of New
York, her cousin, corroborated this
statement and said that all the money
had been forwarded through him.
His Bad Dream.
Truly oriental was the defense put
forward by a prisoner at Allpore.
Charged with stealing a Hindu Idol
with its ornaments, he stated that the
goddess told him in a dreara the night
before that, as she was not properly
worshiped by the Hindu priest, she
would be better taken care of by him,
a Mohammedan, and that unless be
took charge of her worship she would
in her wrath destroy bis whole family.
The magistrate, however, was not sat
isfied with the story and sentenced the
accused to two months' rigorous im
prisonment and to pay a fine. Bom
All the news all the tlme The Argus.
FOR BEST ROOMS.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
au at lais sixth avenue,
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 1101 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern
front room; use of old phone; at 2217
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, suitable for two. Inquire 1130
FOR RENT Nice large furnished mod
ern front room, suitable for two, at
631 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Call
61a Twenty-second street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, also fur
nished light housekeeping rooms. In
quire 1303 .second avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms; all modern convenience; use
of phone; at 710 Twenty-iUth street.
FOR RENT Nice large furnished room,
with all modern conveniences; $2 per
week; near car line; at 2200 sixth ave-
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room for light housekeeping, on first
floor. call at sio Twenty-second
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
nouseKeeping, $1.60, 92 and 13 a week;
also nicely lurmsneu sleeping rooms,
at 1102 seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Modern rooms for light
nouseKeepingr. at 11.50. S2 and S3: lo
cated on car line, seven blocks from
banks, call old phone 657-K.
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
modern rooms for light housekeeping;
married couple preterred; references
required; at 2110 Filth avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished mod
ern rooms for light housekeeping,
Call at 1221 Fourteenth street, even
ings, or at Wright's shoe store.
FOR RENT . Five Unfurnished rooms
on hrst floor, two rooms on second
floor; furnace, gas, bath; references
required. Address P. O. Box 856.
UK Kh.T Modern furnished room,
with board if desired; very convenient
to car line; at 242,4 Eighth-and-a-half
avenue, uia pnone west U6-1.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room, strictly modern, suitable for one
or two gentlemen, with or without
board. Apply 1230 Second avenue.
t)K keimt Modern furnished room.
centrally located; steam heat, bath,
electrlo light, and use of old phone;
rererences required. Address W.
FOR RENT One or two modern unfur
nished rooms, to parties without chil
dren; east exposure; electric and gas
light; central location. Address "N
X.," care Argus.
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. Ftione west 1070.
FOR RESl FLATS.
FOR RENT Four-room flat In South
Heights; very reasonable. Phone
122-Y, or call 2ol2 Seventeenth
FOB KST UOVfKS.
FOR RENT A modern five-room cot
tage at 2S5 Fifth-and-a-half ave
nue. Inquire at 2a34 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Eight-room modern fur-
nisned House, or six unfurnished
rooms. Inquire 1819 Twelfth street,
or call old phone 1165-L.
FOR RENT Partly modern 10-room
house at 618 Third avenue, suitable
lor roomers or two families; will rent
either way. Inquire at bytj Third ave
nue. FOR RENT A fine modern house of
five rooms; reception hall, pantry, at
tic, and laundry in basement; refer
ences required; 811 Forty-second
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT In Robinson bnlldlng, well
lighted offices; all conveniences. In
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room 100. F. K.
BOARD AND ROOM.
MODERN home for refined ladles and
gentlemen; room and board; furnace
heat, electric lights, bells and piano,
at $4 to $5 per week. Call old phone
MR. LANDLORD, we want you to no
tify us by teiepnone or postal when
your douse is vacant. We have
complete rent list of the tri-cltlea,
and have 30 to 40 applications dally
for houses. We will send them, and
without one cent of expense to you.
Summerfield's, 118-115 East Second
WANTED Washing to do at home.
Call or address 1520 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Top tea and coffee delivery
wagon, cheap. Address "O. K.," care
WANTED Plain sewing by experienced
seamstress; 431 Forty-third street.
Old phone 904 K-
WANTED Lace ourtalns to wash and
stretch on frames. 30 cents a pair. Old
phone west 1349-L.
WANTED To rent, a house of eight or
more rooms, suitaDie for roomers.
Call old phone 657-IC
WANTED To rent, one or two unfur
nished rooms for light housekeeping.
Auaress - ti. ij.. care Argua,
WANTED Two rooms for light house
keeping, close to business district.
Inquire Postal Telegraph office.
WANTED Cream; farmers wishing to
sen ineir cream, aaaress toward
Dierolf, Box 114. South Kock Island.
WANTED Furnished rooms for light
nousexeeping; young coupie; no chil
dren. "M. B.," 1037 Sixteenth street.
WANTED To buy a dairy of 10 or 20
cows; good improvements and long
lease oi pasture. jaox ii Antnon,
WANTED Your amateur finishing at
the Brown Studio, over Ham's drug
biore, corner luiro avenue ana .t wen
WANTED Board and room for mother
and little daughter 9 years old, in
private family. Address "H. O. 1C,"
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly called for and de
livered. Mrs. Luella Titterlngton,
1448 Fourteenth street. New phone
WANTED On or before Nov. 1, two or
three unfurnished rooms, with all
modern conveniences, in good locali
ty, by parties without children; ref
erences exchanged. Address "C,''
WANTED To buy, 600 stoves of all
kinds; also furniture; we have the
money; we want the goods; we will
pay highest prices. Kniff's Second
Hand Store. 1721 Third avenue, Mo
line, 111. Phone 761 east.
UENRY UAA'THJE Proprietor Chlp-
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
dwsigna of itfl kinds. City store 107
vond avel ne. Talenhoaa IXXIU
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Painter; call
hlte. Milan, I1L
at J. B. Will-
WANTED Experienced shoe salesmen
and salesladies. M. & K., Rock Island.
WANTED Ten boys; steady employ
ment; wages $4.50 a week ;work in
tri-cities. Apply 112 East Fourth
WANTED At once men to travel; ex
penses advanced. Apply to Mr.
Daley, 223 Sixteenth street. Rock Is
land, opposite R. N. A. building.
WANTED Tool makers; prefer those
having experience on small dies. Ap
ply Uriswold Manufacturing Com
pany, Fifth avenue and Fortieth
WANTED Representatives; $2.50 per
day paid one. lady in each town to dis
tribute free circulars for concentra
ted flavoring in tubed; permanent po
sition. F. E. Barr Company, Chicago.
WANTED Man in sash department, for
getting out cut-up sash border and
diamolid light work; Chicago whole
Bale house; good pay; steady work;
non-union. Address the Foster-Muu-ger
Company, Chicago. 111.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
fw weeks required; best paying work
within the reach of poor man; wages
Up to $20 weekly; small capital starts
shop; write for free particulars.
Molef Barber College, Chicago, 111.
WANTED Men to learn automobile
business: great demand for skilled
help; we teach by mail, send you auto
model, get you $25 weekly job, make
$10 weekly while learning. Roches
ter Auto School, 279. Rochester N. Y.
WANTED Man with rig to take charge
of the sale of our medicines, extracts,
spices, soaps, perfumes, toilet arti
cles, stock and poultry preparations,
stock dip, etc., in your county; steady
work guaranteed; work Is healthful,
pleasant, very profitable. Write at
once; we mean business. Shores
Mueller Company, Dept. 58, Tripoli,
WANTED Men, age 18 to 85. for fire
men $100 monthly, and brakemen $80,
on railroads in Rook Island vicinity;
experience unnecessary; no strike;
promotion to engineers, conductors;
railroad employing headquarters
over 500 men sent to positions month-
. ly; state age; send stamp. Railway
Association, Dept. 301, 227 Monroe
street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
WANTED Manufacturers Enor
tnocs hydro-electric power practlo
ally free; other inducements- on .two
great railways, St. Crulx -Mississippi
river route, and near St. Paul, Minne
apolis and Duluth; raw materials
convenient and cheap; Illustrated
booklet and full Information. Write
St. Croix Falls Improvement Associa
tion, St. Croix Falls. Wis.
WANTED 100 men; plow Utters, plow
titter helpers, bench machinists, as
semblers, malleable molders, grey
Iron molders, foundry laborers, punch
and shear men, drop and spring ham-
mtr, Bradley hammer and bulldozer
men, share welders and helpers, share
setters and anglers, mold and share
shinners, plow grinders and polishers,
hare grinders and polishers; factory
labor for in and outside work; also,
able-bodied, intelligent young men to
learn trades. Living wages assured
from the start. Sanitary factory,
steady work, g-eod wages, open shop,
no labor trouble; board and lodging
reasonable. Knox County Employ
ment Agency, Ualesburg 111.
WANTED FE31ALE HELP.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 11a i i wentietn street.
WANTED Two girls at Wright's res
taurant, 224 Seventeenth street.
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework at 2736 sixth avenue.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work. Apply 831 Nineteenth street.
WANTED A girl at the Rock Island
Steam Laundry; 114 Third avenue.
WANTED A young girl to assist with
general housework at lboil Twelfth
WANTED A girl to help with kitchen
work at Turner hall, Kock Island.
WANTED Experienced millinery sales
ladies; room dk itoDineon building,
Second avenue and Eighteenth street.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen-
ct al Aiwuncnuin ... -'Ill n 1 1 . di 111 I t , C I
erences required; at 905 Nineteenth
WANTED Walstmakers, ekirtmakers
and helpers. Mrs. C. Myers, 421
East Fourteenth street, Davenport,
WANTED Chocolate coaters; good
pay, steady work. Doelllnger, Nel
son Company. Front and Ripley
WANTED Competent girl for gen
eral housework; no house-cleaning;
no washing. Apply at 602 Twenty
third street. Phono 1437.
WANTED Experienced saleslady In
the suit department at the M. Ac K.
women's department; closes 5:80 daily,
Saturday excepted; good pay to capa
ble help. M. K.
WASTEDKALE OK FEHALI&
WANTED Al solicitors, ladies Or gen
tlemen, for Housekeeper; easy pay
ment, magazine rlub. Call niter 5:30
p. m.. 1304 LeClaire street, Davenport.
WANTED Lady or gentleman In Rock
Island or outside to do some home
work; salary $15 per week; experi
ence unnecessary. Add reus, with
stamp, J. A. Alexander, general de
livery. Rock Island.
WANTED Good man canvasser; $25 to
$35 per week; steady work. Call at
1826 Third avenue (restaurant), be
tween 6 and 6 p. m.
WANTED Country agent for the Wil
son crude oil burner; on exhibition at
the Rock Island Second Hand store,
2100 Third avenue, from 9 to 11 a. m.
or 2 to 4 p. m.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tlnued to date covering any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate tmrvioe at reasonable rates.
Rock Island Title & Abstract Com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-203, second
floor. Peoples National bank build
ing. WANTED SITUATIONS.
WANTED Steady employment on farm
by reliable young man. Call old
phone west 1638-L.
WANTED A situation by a good wo.
man cook, at arsenal preferred. Ad
dress "A. M." care Argus.
JACKSON. HURST & STAFFORD At-
torneys-at-law. urace in Itock Island
Natkmal bank building.
SEA RLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan . on good real estate
security. Rooms 302 and 303, Safety
building. Rock Island, 111.
WALKER. INGRAM & SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms 200
208, People's National bank building.
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys-at-
law. Loan money on gooa security;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
&. Lynde building.
MUSIC AND ART INSTRUCTION.
PRIVATE music lessons and classes for
art Instruction; 35 cents. Mrs. E.
Bohman, Forty-fifth street and Fif
teenth avenue, one block south of Elm
atraet car Una
rOR IALEV T1TV VKOPKHTY.
FOR SALE Two lots In Smalley's First
subdivision. Rock Island. 111. A. 2.
Simmons, Andalusia, 111.
FOR SALE A lot In business district;
must sell, cheap; owner leaving town.
Address Q., care Argus.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store with
flat above, located at 2730 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn, 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Cheap, two five room
houses on Forty-second street; well
end cistern water. Call at 1529
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at once, a
live-room house, with water and sew
er, also summer kitchen. Address A.
J. Johnson, the tailor. Orion, 111.
FOR SALE A modern nine room house
with five acres of land; also fruit
trees and grapes. One block west of
Watch Tower. Inquire W. Wulff on
FOR SALE At a bargain, a corner
lot. Thirty-eighth strett and Fif
teenth avenue, f0xl05 feet, east front.
Address "P. M.," care Argus, or call
old phone west 11B7-X.
FOR SALE That splendid modern
house at 4224 Seventh avenue ;nice
home; lot 62x150; owner wants to sell
quick before leaving city; go and look
at it. H. K. Walker, agent.
FOR SALE Lots In Robinson's addi
tion in South Heights, from $300 to
$876; terms, $25 down, balance in five
years; a home on easy terms. Old
phone 1165-K. F. W. Robinson.
FOR SALE One colonial style house In
South Heights, one block from Long
"View park. One cottage on Eigh
teenth avenue near Twenty-ninth
street. J. O. Woodbury; phone west
FOR SALE Cosy five-room cottage on
Fourteenth street; city water, gas,
electric light, furnace, and cement
walks; price $2,000; a snap. Lininger
& Meyer, real estate, 222 Eighteenth
FOR SALE Six-room new house, near
Seventh avenue and Thirty-second
street; has furnace, gas. electric
lliit. sewer and water; the property
has been held at $3,2i0; can be bought
now Tor $2,700, $1,000 down. 11. K.
FOR SALE A good eight-room house.
Twenty-ninth street and Thirteenth
avenue; will face car lino when Long
View is complete; has bath, gss and
light; a quick sale will mean lowest
price; offered at $2,500. II. K.
FOR SALE We have a few lots In
Beecher & Walsh's addition in Twenty-fifth
and Twenty-sixth streets be
tween Fifteenth and Seventeenth ave
nues, which we will sell at your own
terms and build houses for those de
siring. Beecher Bros. Old phone 307.
FOR SALE A nice modern six-room
house on Fourteenth street south of
Tenth avenue; has furnace, bath, gas,
electric light; only a very lew years
old and in good repair; that is a nice
location, a jjood place to own prop
erty; price $3,300. H. K. Walker, Rob
FOR SALE Three 40-foot lots, 124
feet deep, south front. Fifth-and-a-half
avenue and Twenty-seventh
street. Also lots on Fifth avenue
near Twenty-seventh street, suitable
for store and flat buildings. 124 feet
deep and ot frontage to suit purchas
er. Inquire at 6J0 Twenty-seventh
street, or of any real estate agent.
FOR SALE That elegant modern home
at 4224 Seventh avenue, the owner
expects to leave city about Nov. 1, and
is anxious to sell quick; it is on that
nice Seventh avenue boulevard, and
Is all in A No. 1 condition; owner lives
in the house; go and look It over, and
if it suits we will try ar.d make price
satisfactory. Inquire of H. K Walker
or the owner.
rOU SALE MISCKLLATVEOIJ
FOR SALE A Kalamazoo carbon heat
er. Inquire 1!24 Eleventh street.
FOR SALE Cheap, Garland hard coal
heater at 101b Sixteenth avenue.
FOR SALE A hatrack and oomblna
tion bookcase at 42-5 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE Jewel soft coal heater,
practically new. Inquire 15o7 Sev
FOR SALE I'lano and music cabinet,
cheap if taken at once. Call at 1116
Tenth avenue, city.
FOR SALI3 A phaeton In good condi
tion; also buggy ana work harness,
at 1103 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE At a bargain if taken at
onoe, houscnoia gmids and furniture
543 Tweuty-first street.
FOR SALK Cheap. If takon at once,
hard coal base burner, also a soft coal
stove; Zo20 sseventh avenue.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a good up
right piano, almost new; goinjj to
leave city. Call phone west 715-K.
FOR SALE Large Art Garland hard
coal stove: just used one year; will
sell at a bargain; HoS Twelfth street,
FOR SALE Four good cows, giving
tniiK. j . a. uoaepu. i weiiin street.
Sears. 111. One-half block front car
FOR SALE One roll top office desk, one
12-inch desk fan, aua soft coal hent
er; $lo each. Call at SoI Vi Twentieth
FOR SALE Two and one-half acres of
corn, one acre of potatoes, and garden
trucK, at ins lniriy-nrtn street. New
FOR SALE Cheap, If taken at once,
one laiHi cann register ana one
Hough Security cash recorder. In
quire at Argus ornce.
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, five-passen
ger automooiie, in gooa condition; or
will consider trade. Apply 25 Twen
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, flv-i.apen-ger
auto; bargain. Will consider car
In trade tor real estate. Inquire 1023
.fc ourieemn street, or pnone west 4.
FOR SALE 360 Buff Orpington chick
ens; utility and show bird, at reduc
ed prices to make room for others.
j. 14. Jusepn, iweutn street, tiears.
FOR SALE A neatly furnished room
ing house, partly modern, with res
taurant in connection; excellent place
for right party. Address "it. H.," care
FOR SALE All kinds of household
coods. buffet, china closet, rilshoa h,i.
room set, sanitary couches, and olher
nousenoia goous, at via xwenty-sec-ond
FOR SALE Bedsteads and springs,
wood mate ing, good stove, sewing ma
chine, upholstered chairs, two dress
ers, and marble top table, at 1007
FOR SALE Waverly electric victoria;
first-class condition; Exide batteries,
extra Inner tube, dust cover. One
Jersey cow; Rhode Island Red chick
ens. Major E. D. Bricker, Ruck Island
arsenal. Phone west 1011.
FOR SALE One large hard coal stove.
Rock Island oak heater, a new set of
surrey harness, carpenter wagon,
vlollncello, violin. Iron bed with
springs and -mattress, hot water tank
for kitchen 'range. Call at 1121
Twelfth avenge, or 18184 Second
FOR SALE All household goods, in
cluding one Art Garland No. 400 base
burner, with one ton hard coal; one
large cooking range; all carpets, cur
tains and draperies, nearly new and
In good condition; 50-egg incubator
and brooder, also 45 good spring
chickens, and yard. Inquire 1437
TOR SALE C-AJTO .
FOR SALE Ten-acre tracts on Big Is
land. For particulars see Ecknart t
FOR SALE 234 aere stock farm: fine
Improvements; four miles from Milan;
price JlOU pen acre, ueiar crui.
FOR SALE Farms of any size, located
in the best corn, clover and blu
1 rraii country in the Lnlted States.
FOR SALE Or trade, for trl-clty prop
erty, quarter section excellent f arrn-
' lng land in Pennington, soum i-iano-ta;
no agents. Address "D. M." 326 hi
vnn kale Good truck farm Id South
Rock Island; very reasonable price;
good house ana ouiDuuuings. hot
particulars call on Reldy Bro.,"roora
4, iUItcneii oc iynue duuuiu,
FOR. SALE Several Improved farms in
Worth county. Iowa. These farms are
level, black soli: none more than four
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
from $70 to $90 per acre. These farm
are all bargains. wuiiara Jennings,
Rock Island house.
Estate of Frances C Dart, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator o( the estate of
Frances C Dart, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased.
hereby Kives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the county court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the Febru
ary term, on the first Monday In Feb
ruary next, at wnicn time au persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immedi
ate payment to the undersigned.
Dated em aay or oeptemDer, a. u.
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 McQuald, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that 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 Novem
ber next, at which time all persons hav
ing claims against said estate are noti
fied and requested to attend for the pur
pose of having the same adjusted. All
persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
Dated 13th day Of September, A. D.
1910. ANN THOMAS.
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, attorneys
Estate of Wilhelmina Arp, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last wi;i and
testament of Wilhelmina Arp, late of
the county of Rock Island, Ftate of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before' the county court
of Rock Island county, at the county
court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at the November term, on the first Mon
day in November next, at which time
all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. AU persons indebted to said
estate are requested to maud immediate
payment to the undersigned
Dated this loth day of September, A.
D. 1910. MARION E. SWEENEY,
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court In Chancery.
Partition. General No. 6278.
Emma L. Hesler vs. John Schell, La
vlna Willie, Kate Lohr, and Louis
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of said court, entered In the
above entitled cause, on the 11th day
of October. A. D. 1S10. I shall, on Wed
nesday, the 2nd day of November, A. D.
irlo, at the hour of 1:?,0 o'clock in th
forenoon, at the residence situated on
the premises to be sold, in said county
of Rock Island, to satisfy said decree,
pell at public auction to th highest
bidder tor cash In hand, the rertsin par
cel of land situate In the county of Itock
Island and slate of Illinois, known and
described as follows, to-wit:
The northwest quarter ( ) of the
northwest quarter ) of section eigh
teen ( 1 H ). township si.xtefn (18) north
range five (5) west of the fourth prin
Provided, the said bid in the agere
gate upon each plec or parcel shall bo
equal to at least two-thirds of the val
uation rut upon the samp as shown hy
the report of the- commissioners here
tofore appointed by the court to make
Dated at Rock Island, III., this 11th
day of October, A. T. 1910.
JOSEPH L. HAAS.
Master In Chancery, Rock Island Coun
McEnlry & McEnlry, complainant's
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE security at
lowest rates. Luaoipn & ileynolds,
lawyers. Best block, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowent rates. Marlon E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms 32 and 85, Mitch
ell & Lynde building,' Rock Island.
LOANS on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons, etc., quickly, privately, at the
lowest rates. Mutual Loan Company
tuninc). room 411, People's National
bank building. AV.' phone filov; old
phone west 12.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on nousenoia gooas, nurses,
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
others, without security; easy pay
ments, no publicity. Call and get our
terms and methods of doing bus.ness.
Cntice hours, a. m. to 6 p. m. Tele
phone north 2411. Victor Finance
Company, room 26, McManus build
ing. Second and Main streets, Daven
WHITE COLLAR LINE STEAMERS.
Steamer Black Hawk, for Muscatine,
New Boston. Keitnsburg. Oquawkc. and
Burlington. Leavn itouic island every
Monday. W ednesday and Friday at 4
p. m., arriving at Uurllitteik the next
morning at 1;15-
Fare to Muscatine only la cents. Fare
to Burlington, Including meals and
berth. $2. 2b one way. or $4 for the round
Steamer Black Hawk connects at tSur-
lington with steamers for Fort Madison,
Keokuk, Quincy and all Intermediate
points. C. J. MAN O AN. Agent.
kuch xsiano. 111.
Old Dhon west 1S8; new phone 6152
Office and dock foot of Nineteenth street.
W. A. Blair, Ueneral .Manager, Dav
MLi-TIPLH ELECTROLYSIS Superflu
ous hairs on face ana arms perma
nently removed with one to six
needles; four to six hours' work In
one with six; treatments given at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A. M. Klttridge, 1019 Perry
street. Davenport. Old Alione 3136.
CARD OF THANKS.
WE wish to thank the friends and
neighbors who so kindly assisted us
during the illness and death of our
beloved wife and daughter: also for
floral tributes. William Barsel, Wil
liam Ferguson and family.
EXPRESS AND STORAGE.
RELIABLE STORAGE On first flour;
ftisu muiuiaciurer 01 awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent. B.
Roessler A. Co., 2C9 Fifteenth street.
uwt ""iTit bouaa, .Hlt T,li"i
TRIO LODGE, NO.' 17. A. 7. 4k A. M.
Meets In stated communication
the first Thursday of each
month at 7:30 p. m. Special for
work Thursday, Oct. 1, at 7 o'clock
p. m. By order of M. T. Stevents, W.
M. ; William B. Pettlt, secretary.
ROCK 1SLLAND COMMANDER Y It,
K. T. dtated oonciave will be held al
asylum. Eighteenth street and bo
ocd avenuo, second Monday of each
month. C W. Thacher. E. C.; R. C
Brotherhood of American Yeomea.
KULK. IbLAftU UOllS-
STEAD NO. 229L Meets
,A second and fourth Friday
)) evenings at Beselln's hall.
t y CHARLES ElirKE,
$100 cash for a "tip" resulting in ao
tual location of any desirabia indus
try here; 24.00U horse power (water
at by-product prices, free factory
sites, raw tuaterlals abundant, trans
portation convenient; finely Illustra
ted folder upon request. St. Croix
Falls Improvement Association, St.
Croix Falls, Wis. (4t tulles from
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, enguge help or secure
a situation, the Ala!l and Journal la
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 cent
per word is tlie price to all alike,
cash In advance; tw-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mall and
Journal, Moline, ill.
FOR MEN AND WOMEN Mrs. E. W.
.aimer, graauate masseuse; Xelectrio
vibrator treatments, vapor baths,
scientific body and facial massage,
therapeutic lights, spinal treatment,
Swedish movements, etc. Hours from
10 a. m. to 9 p. 111. Henley buiidinff,
suite 12, corner Fourth and Brad
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
We have two cottages on 4th L"
on one lot; a snap at aijooa
A nice six - room cottage in South
Rock Island; one-half acre of
land; lots of fruit uom
A branU new cottage on ISth Ave.,
near 11th St.; will sell at tXAom
An eight-room huUhe on 13th
Ave., has furnuce; In good
We have three lots In Smalley's
suo-aivision on tsi.; a bar
gain at 91.000
171 acres In Hampton township;
nas big house and good Improve
ments; per acre tjia
Eaclblbaipdl & HTGinca.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE.
Suite 405 Best Building. Rock Island, lit
110-scre Rock Island
fair buildings, good land;
82-acre Rock Island
good bullrllngH; will take $2,500 In
trade; $90 per acre.
85-acre farm; fair buildings; will take
$1,000 In trade; $70 per acre.
47-acre Whiteside county farm; a bar
gain; all level land; per acre.
240-acre farm, tifar railroad town,
Scott county, Iowa; $.r,0 per acre.
2S0 acres, two miles from railroad
town, and quite near Davenport; wU
take $16,000 worth of income property
on this farm; $125 per acre.
110-acre farm, all level, near Milan;
$S5 per acre.
120-acre farm, all level, near Rock
Island; $125 per acre.
Good S-room house on 29th street;
to close quickly, $2,500.
All modern 8-room house on ath ave
Five-room cottage; rtot 60x150; $1,300,
Two all modern 7-room houses closs
In, $3,500 each.
Biggest list of vnrant lots In this
city from $2;0 up. We luun money and
vu-ile fire Insurance. If you are desir
ous of trading something you don't
want for something you do want, om
to us. We handle trades In any state
in the union.
.Blankenburg & Blankeuborg.
306 Safety Building.
U. J. IOUER.
J L. AilJtuHtHJtt.
EL J. TOISIEH a CO.,
private wires to e w York and CnK
(.ago. 10$ Main street. Davenport. Poods
tThe Best is the Cneapoat.)
I7RE, LIFE, LIUHTNINU AND WIND
office. 172S Third avenue. ' Rate aa
ROCK lSLJk.Hu. ILL.
CONTRACTORS AND BL1LDSSMS.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Manufacturers of Sash. Doors. Blind
and Stairs. Interior Finish of all kind.
Hardwood Veneer Flooring, and deal,
era la Cilaas. 811 and $2$ Eighteenth
PLEASANT m. COX Real eatato aaa
insurance. Loan a specialty. Beat
lire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 3$, and
new Hit. Office at court house.
Deposit Company ot Maryland.
BENNETT a Insurance Agancy Fire
uie, acciaent. awiia ana plate glass;
real estate and loans, second floor.
Safety building. Office pboue weal
86. Residence phone 736-K. Opea
Wednesday and Saturday night, '.
Will WILL BOND YOU Executors'. ai
Balalatrators', guardians', trust or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodaan4
society meet-, city, etato et V. a.
government officials; contractors, po-
. sltlous of trust; la fact, any kind oC
bond you want (except ball bondsK
, I'erms raasonaoie. Aiayes ft Cleav
land, resident managers. Fldaliljr
eiKslt Company of Maryland.
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