Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, !)ECEm'ER l.. 1010.
UTTUS Do3 who
LOST A5D FOUND.
FOUND A gold ring; owner may have
same by paying for this ad and call
ing at 143' Fourth avenue.
LOST Gold watch and fob on Fif
teenth street; monogram "L. It." on
watch and fob. Return to Arg-us for
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one to six
needles: four to six hours' work In
one with six; treatments criven at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A. M. Klttride. Flat 1.
Argyle Flats, Brady street, Daven
port. Old phone 3136.
ABSTRACTS OK TITLE.
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, presided; V. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200--O3. second
floor. Peoples National bank build
ing. FOK RENT.
ARB you looking for a house or vacant i
rooms? Then come. In and see our
list. Nearly every vacant house In
the trl-cities listed with us. No
charge. Summerflcld's. 113-113 East
Second street. Davenport.
How to Own The
for 17c a Dav
You don't have to draw on your
bank account when you pay on the
You n?erl not disturb your dollars.
jvt-ep mem at wor earning icreresr:
We offer our newest model, the ,
Oliver Typewriter No. R- fresh from. ;
the factory for seventeen centa p. ;
The plan is printed in "black and
white" on the application blank
Simply fill out the blank, attach
the small first payment, send it in,
and on comes the Oliver:
No tedious wait! No r-1 tare!
No long-drawn-out rorrc.portdcn- o ;
You quickly own your Oliver and
scarcely notice the outlay. You tan
have the use of the machine while
pennies are "paying the freight."
You will never rave a better
chance to test the power cf pennic
i -z j- : -.rim . a
The Oliver is everywhere!
It's the universal typewriter. Reels
off real work with the ease and speed
demanded by this mile-a-minute age. i l3
Wherever you turn in business ! 32
offices, great or small in the quiet ;!y
JL I. L1C UUIllC ill l"a . w . ii.v
railroad and telegraph service in p
the seething maelstrom of modern .
newspaperdom In countless kinds, hi
of service it's the sturdy, strenuous M
, , . . itd
Oiiver that s making "the wheels go ; g
rruinrl " i
TE 1 f
I rygr A I't
The standard Visible Writer.
Vou need your Oliver now. It's
yours almost for the asking. The
biggest hundred dollars' worth in
America for seventeen cents a
Send along the application blank,
with a small first payment of $15 as
an evidence of good faith.
Your check Is good or send
draft, postoffice or express money
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER C O.t
Gentlemen. I accept your offer of
the latest model No. 5 Oliver Stand
ard Typewriter for 17 cents a day.
Enclosed please find ?1B as evidence
of good faith. I agree to save 17
cents a day and remit the balance.
JS5. In monthly installments. Tillo
to remain in your name until ma
chine is paid for.
rr- i J
CAM Do VuXThWd?
SHARK IS POPULAR FOOD.
Cut In Strips and Sold as Pickled Sea
Eel Along North Sea.
Recent Investigation has revealed tlie
fart that the common shark forms no
iueonsiderable Item in the food of fish
er folk alontr the shores of the North
sea. The consumption last year amount
ed to nearly a million pounds weight.
The fis?h naturally does not come to
market under Its proper name, but Is
first smoked or pickled In strips and In
this form Is sold as sea eel. The sharks
are captured as they pursue herring or
mackerel shoals or lie in wait for ray
and plaice along the coasts.
Another coarse and contemned fish,
the pike. Is also eaten in large quanti
ties under the name green bones, so
cn!!ed because of the intense arsenical
green color the pike's bones take on
when cooked. On the shores of the
r.aUJ the devilfish is marketed under
the high sounding designation stur
It Is a curious fact that the wool
sack on which tho lord chancellor sits
In the British house of lords is not,
strictly speaking. In the house ot lords,
! and this Is why when the lord chan
. celior rises to take part in debate he
j first of all mores away from the wool
1 pack tr his own place as a peer before
! he speaks. The fact, too, explains
j why noble lords who desire to avoid
; voting sometimes merely withdraw to
thr woolsack, where, not being in a
parliamentary seno wit hut tho house,
they are nor counted in a division.
'.Again, though the lord chnncellor is
now invariably a peer, he Is not neces
: snrily so, and as a matter of fact the
office has been held several times 111
pnst hv commoner. Tn such cases
th ,nrrl beo'ior could take no part
la debate, not having n plao in the
hollSP ns pfirr nT)1 hIs fanf.tions as
spe:kcr wore strictly limited to th
pr'ting of .uesti..ps and other formal
proceed imrs locru'atcd by precedent
from Th woolsack. London Graphic.
Tho greatest dancer from influenza
i of i's rf-sulMnc in pneumonia. This
f .tu he cbvintod by using Ch,Tmhorl.i!n'
Crci'.'i Krmcdy. ;is it tiot only cures
infiiif nn. bur count cruris any tenden
cy of the disease towards pneumonia.
Seld hy ali drucrints.
" ' " 5
At Special nrdured Kates.
jiV oliUUKll Y NO INDOKSES
? 10.00 return 25c a week.
? 20.00 return r.Oc. a week.
.:;a.oo return 7"ic a wek.
j 5 0. on return $1.00 a week.
?r,0.m") r-turn. ?!.-" a week.
AH ether amounts in proportion.
OP EX EYEXINV.S TO 0 V. M. UN
CITIZEN'S LOAN COMPANY
Old phone East 11S7.
Iloom 6, McKlnnle lildg. Moline-, 111.
i,j , szTtn o .
Don't let th" Christmas stock-
i'"-s ,"; ;vo,,r l,v'pd nos ? tmpty
smiflj because you are tcmpor-
a' ii- short of cash.
Come to us. We can help you
fill them. We will loan you
We will loan you $5, $10. $25,
$.,i. or whatever you mav need.
Vour household goods, piano, n
team, iisturcs or any otlier per
sonal property will be good se
curity, and the goods will not be
removed from your home.
Vou can have from one month
to one year's time In which to pay
off our loan.
You can pay us weekly, month
ly or iiuarterly, or as you may de
sire. You payments will be so small
that you will not feel them.
iJO cents is the weekly payment
on a $2n loan for SO weeks.
$1.2') 19 the weekly payment on
a $50 loan for 50 weeks.
Larger amounts in the same
If you need money, ill 1 out this
blank, mail to us, and our confi
dential agent will call on you at
We make loans anywhere with- fej
In 40 miles of Davenport. f.i
Courteous treatment, fair deal
ings a.nd absolute secrecy guar
anteed. Let us help you to a
"PRIVATE AND RELIABLE."
TirECnSy ILaua Go,
Brady street. Davenport,
Iowa. Old phone north 2425.
Open eveninsjs until Christmas.
VOn RENT Modern furnished rooms
for lijrht housekeeping at 1303 Sec
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room In modern home at 030 Twenty
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 717 Seventeenth street. Old phone
FOR RENT Strictly modern furnished
front room; use of phone; at 1134 Sec
FOR RENT All modern furnished
room; ladies preferred; 711 Twenty
FOR RENT Two newly furnished
sleplnfr rooms, all modern, at 902
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, with furnace heat, at
2733 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
suitable for one or two gentlemen at
2716 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
for gentlemen; use of phone. Wilson
homestead. 2628 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
In private home suitable for one or
two. Apply at 8213 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room,
in modern home; location central;
use of phone; 1228 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
suitable for one or two, all modern
conveniences, at 1216 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front
rooms, with all modern conveniences
and use of old phone, at 2217 Sixth
FOR RENT One modern furnished
room, suitable for gentleman; use of
old phone, at 925 Twenty-second
street. Old phone 1247-X.
FOR RENT Large furnished front
room, modern, near car line; board If
desired: private family; references
required; at 2514 Eighth avenue.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room
for light housekeeping, on first floor,
and two furnished rooms on second
floor, at 515 Twenty-second street.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room, strictly modern, suitable tor one
or two gentlemen, with or without
board. Apply 1230 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A larga east bay room,
well furnished, everything modern
and first class; references required;
on car lines; location very central.
Call up 75S-X.
FOR RENT Room and hoard in
private family, for two people; large
alcove room: hot water heat, south
front, good location; also one single
room. Old phone west 14 29-1
FOR RENT Large, warm, clean, fur
nished room, modern, private family.
suitable for one or two gentlemen;
one-half block from Long View car;
at h3n Twenty-fifth street. Phone
FOR RENT To a gentleman, an extra
well furnished front room, with hot
and coia water, lavatory in room, in
strictly modern home: residence dis
trict: one block from car line; H'i'i
Seventeenth street. Phono 1197-X.
FOR RF.XT FLATS.
FOR It EXT -- Four-room flat at
Eighth avenue; water, sewer,
rang and lights. Inquire at
FOR RENT- Morjern six-room flat, lo
ca'ed on car line. Sears. 111. inqe.irai
E. D. Fisher, Sear.--. 111., or at 3'fi Best
building, city. Old phone west 1454.
FM)U RENT IIOISES.
FOR RENT Five-room modern house
at Ninth avenue. Inquire next
FOR RENT A new modern six-room
bouse ft Sixth avenue. C S.
M Daniel. Safety building.
l"OH RENT House of 11
em Improvements; 11C2
street. Rock Island. E.
Hcvcuteenth H. (iuyi.r.
FOR RENT A
quire V. M
severe-room house, a 1 1
location. In Miln. ln
FOR RENT- -Modern
at I Fifth-and
H'l'ie 1017 l':fth
i -hal f a v i ue. n -venue.
FOR RENT A modern
i all oak finish and
oak lloors: g.is.
hot air furnace.
electric lights and
Inquire at room Mj
c 1 1 v
(I u i r
t a t e
;KS T- I"oni -roiin house, pas and
water, .it i'i'm; Sixth strict. ln
e William Sliinniiniii!. i evt I es
and insurance, 1714'.2 Second avi -
FOK KENT Seven-room house; water
in kitchen; corner Twelfth and Hieh
tnond streets, one block from street
car. E. W. Robinson. 14."4 Richmond
street. Old phone 1165-K.
FOR KENT All modern seven-room
house with two large barns; all kinds
oi fruit .and live acres ot laud, in the
city ot Milan, 111. Inquire William
Si raai nianu, 1714 Second avenue.
Rock Island, 111.
FOH HET I1SC KI.I.AXKOl S.
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted ofHces; all conveniences. In
cluding elevator Sfrvicc. roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room loa. F. K.
FOR RENT 83-acrc farm; good build
ings and fine water. Liningcr & Mey
er, 1S10 Third avenue.
FOR RENT One large meeting hall,
suitable for labor union.-, at indus
trial I Ionic building. For dates and
rates address J. S. .Moriey, 1322 For
ioo cash lor a "lip" resulting in ac- i
tual location of any desirable nidus- i
try here; 24.000 horse power water) ;
at by-product prices, free factory !
sites, raw i.uterials abundant, trans
portation convenient; finely illuatra- j
ted folder upon request. SL Croix
Falls Improvement Association, St. i
Croix Falls, Wis. 140 miles from
" twin-cities). j
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure i
a situation, the Mail and Journal is '
the one paper In Moline that tan do
for you. Mail and Journal wants
tie 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. Moline. 111.
torneys-at-law. Office In Rock Island
National bank building-.
SEARLE & 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
203, People's National bank building.
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorne s-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. References, Mitch,
ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
HENRY CiAETHJE Proprietor Chip
nlannock nurserv. Cut flower Ami
designs of all kinds. City store. 160 ' i
Second avenuo. Telephone 1110. i c
1VAXTED 5TA1.K Hi:i,P,
Call at S
Man to do fancy baking.
WANTED Hustling salesmen to sell
scroll; quick promotion for right men.
Room S9. Harms Hotel.
WANTED -Two boys over lfi years of
to lo liyrht mnehinx work, ilock
Island Manufacturing company.
WANTED Bricklayers. by Leonard Con
struction company, at Dere & Co.
ne-.v building. Tenth street jid Third
avenue. Moline; 67 cents per hour.
WANTED Foreman for paint depart
ment of factory making machinery;
must lie capable of producing high
class work. Address "Fort-man," care
WANTED Carpenters to work on low
er lock crates of fiovernmeut f-anal near
Milan. 111.: wages 13.25 per day of
eight hours. Inquire at C S. engin
eer's office, Milan, 111.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
A good barber makes good money, and
makes It easy. The Moler System
will make you a good barber In a few
weeks. Catalogue mailed free. Moi'r
Barber College, Chicago, I1L
WANTED Two young men, 18 or 19
years of age, to work in office of fire
Insurance oompany; opportunity for
advancement to those who can make
good. Address applications in own
handwriting to American National
Insurance Company, Safety building.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
sewing at 313 Slx-
W ANTED A good cook at 1043 Twenty-second
street. Old phone west
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework; no washing. Inquire
741 Twenty-third street.
WANTED Twenty girls to work in
candy factory. Gansert's, 221 Eigh
teenth street. Rock Island.
WANTED C-irl to do general house
work; good wages; three in family.
Apply at 931 Twenty-second street.
To buy, a horse; Bartlett
dress 'C. W.
gentleman, a neatly fur
centrally located. Ail
A.," care Harms hotel.
WANTED Dressmaking, at reasonable
prices; satisfaction guaranteed; at
2626 Fifth avenue; Wilson homestead.
WANTED Your amateur finishing at
the Brown Studio, over Hartz's drug
store, corner Third avenue and. Twen
WANTED To buy, anything you have
for sale, or sell you anything you
want to buy. .Jive us a call lor eith
er. Cole & Bower. 150'J Second ave
nue. Old phone west lt4.
WANTED-- Sewing of all kinds by the
day, or will sew at home; work call
ed for and delivered; priced reason
aide. Inquire 2l2:, Thirteenth ave
nue. Old phone west 8iJ3-V.
WANTED To launder, laco curtains;
work promptly called for and de
livered. Mrs. Lutlla TiUcringtcn,
144S Fourteenth street. New phone
t77. Old phone west 114'J-lv.
WANTED To buy. 500 stoves cf all
kinds; also furniture; we have the
money; we want the goods; we will
pay highest prices. Ktuffs Secoua
Hand Store, 1.21 Third avenue, ilo
1'iic. HI. Fhone 751 (sunt.
.'ANTED T'uo tonne, ting
1 1 i -1 t i'"r light lionseK.
small furnished tl.it. cutnilli
tor I'nmily v 1 1 i three chiloi1
manei.t. re'-.-tblc. Adlre.-: Mr
room ;., ol!-''2 Brady tticct.
ii : j. -t -.-mith.
J av :r-
WANTEI At once; Santa Cl.ius is
coming, but ivicv not see me before huv
ing? itcHds. beautiful, natural iiii
Iorted wigs; lcslriuglng and repair
ing done; dressing If desired. The
Doll Hospital, tma Twenty-tirsl street,
city, lii-iig View car e.,st to the uo.ir.
U ATi:i) Si ll ATIOVS,
W A NT
ED - A iutiiation
-work by ox-peri.
3-year-old daughter; c;
references. 'a 1 1 or addri
; h I f en t h a v.
l.AUiEV TAll.tH: AM lllll-MAKtll,
ESTABLISHED 1i02. C 11. Crnbbe,
ladies' tailor and d ressm.iker. Smart
tailored suits and gowns lor all oc
casions. Exclusive and original ue
signs, advance styles and pericet tit
guaranteed. Corset xturtiy lilted.
S uith Fctnani building, Davenport,
Iowa. Old phone l;.y:!-.M
I .V f It A fE.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate ano
insurance. Loans a specialty. Bout
lire- companies r preset. ted. Vour pat
ronage solicited, i'iio'e s wet 22, and
new .172. Office at court hmise.
jjHXNKTTS Insurance Ai;ency Fire,
lift-, accident. h-a!t!i and p. ate glass;
real estate and loans. Second iloor,
Safety building . Office phoiiu west
0St. liesidence phone T30-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturi'ry nights.
WE WILL BOND VOL" '-Ixiyiitnis', ad
mintrators', guardians, trustees' or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodges and
society oflicers; city, state or 17. S.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except bail bonds.).
Terms reasonable. Hae3 tc. cleave
la ml. resident managers. Fidelity &.
Deposit Company of Maryland.
liao Ions; cons'di-rcd
lay a iire:.c;,ry droad.
you tan i-onsidor it
pleasure, for tho now wr.y is
to let us bear the burden. Then
wash day is merely a matter
ot Katherm?; the soiled
together. When our
calls, wash day is over
;i s f ;i r
as you are
the clothes are returned they
will be spotlessly clean and
delightfully fresh. The colors
will be bright, the buttons will
be on, there will be no rips or
tears. When you consider the
expense of washing, the price
you pay to help, the cost of
fuel, the discomfort and aggra
vation, yon will say our May is
truly economical. Prop us a
postal or phone us now.
6C1 TWELFTH STREET. BOTH JJ
hi fur- !
ss lol I
KOIt SAJ.K CITY rnoPEKTV,
. T wen fifth,
KiRht-room house, corner
street and Tenth avt
terms. Inquire at resl-
FOR SALlv At a. bargain, a store with
flat above, located at 2736 Fifth ave
nue. Inouire E. Thonn, 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, new. in
tine ri-pair; paved street ;easy terms;
liberal discount .for half cash, $1,651.
Linlnger & Meyer.
FtiK SALE Cheap if taken at once, an
eight-room house, all modern; party
liaving city. Apply 1544 Twenty-fourlh-and-a-halt
FOR SALE Modern six-room house at
823 Forty-second street. Edgewood
park, Rock-Island. Inquire C. C Coil.,
2ol Fifth avenue. Moline.
FOR SALE C heap. If taken at once, a
five-room houe. with water and sew
er; also summer kitchen. Address A.
J. Johnson, the tailor, Orion. 111.
FOR SALJ3 Tots in Robinson's addi
tion in South Heights, from 30u to
1375; terms. J?5 down, balance in five
years; a home on easy term. Oli
phone 1165-K. F. W. l.obinson.
FOR SALE On colonial ttylo bouse la
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 Seven-room cottage on
Thirty-seventh street; has city water,
sewer ,and gas for cooking; lot 60
foot front; fine shade trees and most
all kinds of fruit; convenient to Mo
line shops and arsenal; one block from
street car and school; fine home for
laboring man. For terms address "II.
S.," care Argus.
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOH SALE 224 acre stock farm: fine
Improvements; four miles from Milan;
price $100 per acre. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Good iructc farm in South
Rock Island; very reasonable price;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call en Reidy Bros., room
4. Mitchell & Lyndo building.
FOR SALE Or trade, lor city proper
ty, SO acres of good improved land In
Howard county, Iowa, three miles
from good market town, four miles
from county seat. H. Linder. owner.
1U36 Fifteenth street.
FOR KALE At a bargain, a 160-acrt
farm; $4,500 improvements; tiled; six
blocks to town high school; posses
eion March 1; $107.00 an acre; mort
gage, $5,000, 5 per cent. "S. & S.."
Buffalo Center. Iowa.
FOR SALK Several improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa. These tarms are
level, black toil; none more than tour
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
from $70 to $U0 per acre. These furrn.s
are all bargains. William Jennings,
Rock Island house.
fo s i.n MiscKi.i.wEors.
. LE Two cows, or will trade for
se. I'lwl'linau, Sears. 111.
FOR SALE Seventeen - jev, el gold
w:tt -ii: t:L'S Thirty-fourth street.
FOR SALE--Large Barred Rock cock
erels at i;.:;l: Twenty-fourth street.
S " L:-: S.-.d
--. tables, at
est 7 7 7!
-At half price, one pneu
hcr. For particulars call
FOR SALE Two walnut
light pint".. in good
I U.e' Se, .oi.i avenue.
beds and u;'
FOR SALE -For one-half cost, sealskin
coat, marly new; on tier going south;
must sell. Address "Coat." care Ar-
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at "nee.
one Ideal each register and or.e Hough
Security cash recorder. inquire at
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at once,
coffeo urn, cig.jr showcase, mirror,
also ta'ile and chairs. Inquire 1000
J'illl 1 avenue.
l -o ; : s
; pi n e
A i gus.
order ; putt y
FOIl SALE Rrown work mare, weight
1.1'"" pound", aire 1 H years; also hay
ihli-.i'v mare, weight l.iinu pounds, 5
;,mt. city broke. Call old phone
FoE S LE -First ?2" cash offer takes
slim Oliver visible typewriter; ex-
t condition; ideal
for some-me. Addr"
I'itr-r," care Aigtis.
1'CiR SALE -- Two S.--tch '
i.i.i .: tii-u fi-ed : tiioroiiL;!
s i 1 ri a iti.i bb if t iik.'ii ; t
gle or in pair. Inqui-" .
seventh street. Old phone
id 1 ie ilr.'.-j;
14 3 west.
MONEY TO LOW.
low. st ' r.
l.i iv , is.
tri n t h st-
i;i;.L INSTATE senurltv .-;t
it..-. l.udolph ..ynnlib.
l..st bl.'.-l'.. eoriiej- Spvull
c t and Second avuiun.
MONl'V To LOAN on
i(y at J'iwcsL rates.
r v. iittoiney, rooms
real r state scctir
flariiMi E. Siv". n
Z2 .Hid ."!... Alltch-
e!l .V Lyn ie building. Rock Island.
LOANS on furniture, pianos, horses, I
wagons, etc., quietly, privately, at the
v.i:.-l rites. Mutual Loan Company)
iunlnc.). room 411, Feople'a Xaliomtl !
bank building. ii'eTV phono uluu; old I
photic west 122. I
WE IU A iv il. y ti t.t-iAi.i i or loaning
money on household goods, horses,
wagons, etc., without removal and
In a uuiet way. Call on us lor quick
loans. Fidelity Louii Company, room
4u.i Rest building.
MONEY LOANED to salaried pcoplo and
owiers, without security; easy pay
ment., no publicity. Call and j,t-t our
terms and ir.i cniila of doitiK business.
U'.lice hours, a a- in. to 6 p. m. Ttle
phone norlh illll. Victor Finance
Company, room juciianus
and Main sneeia. Davcti
"MONEY. MONNY, MONY. MONEYS"
To rent or loan on household goods,
pianos, diamonds and jewelry, horses,
cattle, hipli giailu juns. cash regis
ter, or any oictr personal propi rly,
and small loa: ... on houses and lots,
uil in weekly or monilily payment.
Call anybody up you can think of
for their rates. Mien call up nest 177,
the New Ci.'. Rate Loan Company, und
compare them. Satisfy yourself. Listen,
absoiut ly we do not want your busi
ness unless we can save you money.
1mM12 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Managed by J. W. Jonca.
CATERER l-'or catering at
patties and receptions of
call at 15'.' H Second avenue.
1 'l 1
ili'S .Ml iii EL l!Ot;Uir IlairdreSs,.r. j
m.illte'.ii ii ' a"1' nea;;:y . pec K list.
Work done at your home bv appoint
ment It' desired. 9u Twelfth street,
K..ck Island. Old phone west 613.
ELECTRO LYSIS Superfluous I air,
moles and warts permanently remov
ed. Treatments Kiven at home uiuei--s i
otherwise desired. Address Mrs ;,1. ',
B. Koih, llo'.a 'llurd avenue, l'hone
mi 1 - K.
MASSAOE K"U MEN AND WOMEN.
Mrs. E. W. Mi.ier. ytadnato ma.-si use;
Ii ni-!.- vibrator iral:ni r-.ly, vapor
baths. M-b ntitic bodv and facial
satre, 1 1. era pout b- lights, spinal treat
ment, fc-wedish m-MVciients. etc. Hours
from 1" a. m. b ! p. m. Henley huild
ln, suite 12. corner Fourth and Brady
Mreets. Davenport. Iowa.
ELLA I'KTKRSi'iV' 1: irvny nit.
ea rd r-ad' r: rctoirti s .. cent' ; lo
en only. Call at .MJ.i Fifth ave-
liHur WnoU felatul d v r..-. I
Aoliee of I'uDlK-af Ion.
State of Illinois, Rock Inland Coun
In the Circuit Court. January Term,
"i -srea nyan, complainant.
Bryan, deff ndaht. In 'hancery
Affidavit iii tuiknown ri.--!d -n
Brv.-ui having l-ecu tiha
e of I'd r.r
: rk s titt.-ce ot the i ir'-.u coort ot mi i
county, notice is hereby given to 're
said non-rerldcnt dcl::d::nt that the
( onipl iiiiaiit lib d her toll of r-ompl.t iu.
in said court, en the chancery
thereof, on the lfth diy of August.
lOoa, ar.d that thereupon a summons is
sued out of ;-;-iil court, wherein s.u-i
s'iit I' nw rcn".in 14. re: urnahle on tie
fir.-t J1i.m1.iv in tiie month of January
next, as '. iy law required.
Nov.-. ue.less you, t ic said ron-resldent
def eud.i i.t ai ove named, r-i ill personally
be ami apr'ar Itefoie said court, on lies
first ii.iv of the prxt tri;i tin roof, to be
hidden "at R- -k l.;!a: d. in and for s.u l
county, on ti e f'r: t Monday in January
noxt, and p!-ad. answt-r or ilcmur to f
Fald comp'atnant's t ill of complaint, the
same and the matters and things there
in charged and stated will be taken as
confessed and a decree entered against
ycu according to the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Cltrk.
Rock Island. 111., Nov. 23. 1310.
Walker. Ingram & Sweeney, complain
"otlce of Fabllcation.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court,
Frank O. Erlandson vs.
son. In Chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of Ellen
Erlandson having been filed in the
clerk's office of the circuit court of said
county, notice Is hereby given to the
said non-resident defendant that the
complainant filed his bill of complaint
in said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on the 28th day of November,
1010 and that thereupon a suturiona is
sued out of said court, wherein iail
suit is now pending, returnable on the
first Monday in the. mouth of January
next, cs Is by law required.
Now. unless you. the said non-resident
defendant above named. Ellen Er
landson, shall personally be anl a--Par
before said court, on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at IIoi-k Island, in and for s.ii J
county, on the s' c-ond fay of January
next, nr.d plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant's bill of complaint, the.
same and the matters and thinc-i there
in rbarg'-d and s'atid will tie taken :n
confessed a:id a ilnT"!" entered u-( tlnst
you accordins to the pravef of said bill.
O FORCE W. i A M RLE. CKrk.
Rock Island, HI., Nov. :s 1U10.
Jackson. Hurst fc Stafford, complain
Ror k Island
Ter'm, ty ss:
In the Circuit Court. January
A. D. iyn.
Roe K. Nickl.-is vs. C"n W. N
Affidavit of unknown resilience
above defendant, Clni W. Nek'.'
mg been !ib-d In the , Jerk s oiti ;
citcuit court of said county, no
therefore hereby giveu to t'c i
. i n . i t
i o n !,
. i .
f s .id
resident d f. i.d:i:t t hat f
tiled In r bill of i-omtda'i t in
on the chaneery side tic mi
seco'.d dlV Of l)irrl:ilii r. 1 : ) i
thereupon n. sutcmons i - :--d o.it of
court, wlierein said f ui' i J now p- n-
returnable on the first M"fdiv in
month of January n'-xr. as is ly 1 iw
Now. unlers vn.i, the .id unkr.
resident ib -fend, '.it above named, i
t :i ?
W. Nt.-ki-is, slu'li
j. I ;-.
pea r bi t.o e id i i :
lirot da v of t he : t
iiohb-n at Roel- 11. u
: 1 !
Ml II I
I . '
count . on t be tin-1 V -hi ;.
nevf. ;.:i. plead, an-'.v. i d
iid cot, i i-l:-i na n : - i i ; -.,
sn m e n rui t i" nailer.-: aid t ' .
riiai?' ! ini'l stated v. ill b
confes.-- d. and a d'-rer- iid'
vou aceordicL: to the prr..T
CEOKCE W. C V-il'i
1 1 .
I .. ; ,i- -i
s i i-1 li.li.
R"k Island. III.. I'"-'
rinllp 1 1. Wells, corn
nle of It ml
By virtue of an ord
the probate rninl of I:.
!. IT: 10.
.iin nit's n;i-.
,Pd . '
Illtreji. T)'oe Oil the p. !iT.m ..' I
mob isin-"l. 1 tr-r II. Do'.ru. .oln i
I I :i t or f ' I e r -1 ;i I e of .1 fH C. .
.b-e. as.-d. f-u- !' .'. . to m n I ' r 1 1 '
late of sJ!i b-ei as.-d at the I ml.
in r. 1 '.' 1
VI .. I I
term. A. D. On. of .n.l
On the lifth iin of
sh.ill on il1" stv'b d
h'-twcen the hours
forenoon and 4 ..'eh
of said d.i -. . t o. v i I
a f l e i n '
n I II
s- ll at pnbli s-ib-. f.t tl e . ,-i -1 of
tiie i-niirl hoof in I'-.-K 1 I -i-.d in y id
er.ir-l;.-. the ren! estate ! I i I- .-
low s. i o - wit : 1 ,o ii n i,i ! . r . i I .vi. rl
the s.citii twentv i::hi f- et of h,t n.iiu
ber ntr e i3l. in block four I i. f Win -lock's
FMt.i.th street addition to the
city of Moline. In Rock Island coun'y,
Illinois; sub '-rt. Im.vevir. to the il'.-.u r
ier.r. si of the widow 11
fo'lown. i terms. it:
iin. ni d ' iivi rv o f !. . !
Administrator of the K.!
Weh h, deceas. d.
Dated this sixth day
A. d r.no.
ere i n :
!i i a
in d I
tc of Janie?
Kst ite of II. n
Tii.. lin-l- r -n.
pointed execut i
testament of il
c o 1 1 1 ' I v o I R o Ji
will appear hot'.
be. n . p.
t ml! :
lite of ( .
o i' I ! ' i 1 1 o i .
that .- -!,.
le e.e.rt "I
iiC.lv e i 1 1 1 I
id. at 1 1 .
d ll.l ;
of H. e
unity, a tli
po.-k bhi .l
it y of
l-Vbruarv term, "ii the t
l'-lini n v i . t. at I i- ii
sons hacini; lai-.us n-ii-
cl i v
I l e
are notified i-nd r. 1 1 t , 1 .. ai: ml
the purpose oi having the :a:i;o
lusted. Ail p r"l inib litf d to s
est.ite are rcc,.ie..l make in.tu
p,iviii- nt to t!:e mub .' -i c i..-..
Da i e I ' I: is t i t h d i .- of D" -A.
D. LU". ELI .A .1. KlN'Ni'.!
V. e. ; i ;
Walker. In cram A- s?wt- pej.
Nels .1. "I
,(l. r--i.- l.e.l
dm i .1 I rat i
llll. l..t" of
ate oi liL.i
-l otia t c eo;
! 1 1
he v. ,
fore t he-
f Km k I-i
IV 1 1 1
. 1 1 ic
i ii . t .
lit II -1-1
ary term, on the
ruary next, at v
hiivinc i l.iims .iic.iin'l .-a,-: '
llolitleil and I'eli U. ;-l i I lo ;i't.
purpose i' l.ailiu '! e .--.i ..
A 11 p"l SOUS i Il.ll l.T. t ! I O . U
requested t ni i ir.i.H-d ; 1 1.
p.lj :.i lit
to the und' i
rialca I Iii
A. I. I'.'li'.
EM 1 L
ay of December,
JOHNS'! . Ad nii -list rat or.
.1 . i t -' A.
i i . i i 1 1 i
The iiiki. rs-
, poinw d . u t ri V oi
A i i I
test anient ot .b
t lie ciiii o I y of P.i
island. !t,:l" of lili-
by c- i. s tn : ie.. 1 1 j .i t
nois, d. e. a sed. Ic r
tl.c will ai'.K-ar 1 clme the pi
of ilui-k Island o-mt . . at t
eourl r-miii. in lie i il;.' nt I:
at llie M.iT-.-h tejlll. nil t
ill 5i..:i ii next, .it wiii.
sons hiviiic cl.i.ms aii.ii'.
are noiiiieu and fi- ri. m' .I
the purpose of hai.i.i t
j.tst.-.l. AW p.-!.' ons iiuh
estate are rerjiicvK.l t . m.i
Iciin-.'Tt lo t.i" ut. rsi i
D -t. d tin tith il l . ..;
I".'. 1 1'-".
AL'Cu'bTA ANNA At'
c 1 1 j , x
John K. Scott, a t : oice .
r..i;ii:s' .t stik.i:.
Li. niLi A I
also maiiuiactunr or auu.ug... leii.ii,
v.uim cov-i s, etc. T.-r tK for n r.t. n.
Roesisler &. Co., 2:'j t i(X.- m :h etrcei,
opposite the couri house. Hock L.i m l
;hai ami r;idbiii,
s. ;,i-,ivi..i. :-, -. i-ot-
H. J. TOH EK : CO.
poi t. h'.ocks, grains
ten. I tlva'e wiren to Ni Vr!i avl
Chlfspo. Oftlcc, 1C9 Main street. Tel-
i.oih.i: r:i'i: tor v.
XO. C7, A. F. & A. M.
A Meets In statt
' 2f ,n" I!r''t Th
'y month at 7:;:"
hursd:iy of eaca
w. M. ;
p. tn. Mi
In- ord.-r i
'a il!!a:n II.
tiny. I " c,
1 1 : A n I
. : !. t.
t : t j
t j .
. '-f d
as. t c ni i
ill.. I i
rton, I ' i '
;u iirn :!rry.
eon. I t . W .M b
,.. end M id.iv
;: ee..;, ..ait, i.. o;
Itrot trrtiood of 'mnrlinii Vruur.
..T-m r.O''K ISLAND HOME"
' i STKAP HO. 2291.
ffl--S :y recond tad fourth Friday
lilV"' -"'''ovenlnga at I'.eselin s hail.
-:-T.'.''t"y CHAKLEJ E.'iri':E.
. .. I. . .n ...an
HOUSES AM C.ITII.II HiMi:nP:n.
I HAVE 17."i acres cf corn stalks, tour
big straw ftack". ar.d good nelter;
located two ml east of Buratow.
Fred Knockenmus, Bamtow, 111.
EScsiII Ester's Haivssi-
A well located lot on 12th street;
paving and sidewalks paid for;
a snap at W7S.0O
A six-room bouse In South Rock
Island. In good fdiape, nearly
We have two lots on 9 hi ftreet
and 20th avenue; iasi Jront;
one la corner lot; at $723.00
A two-storv house on 20th rtret;
two vi nr.i old; has lurnacu r.nd
electrie lights 2,250
List your pre pert v with us.
Wc wipe lnsurar.ee; surety bonds.
405 Best building. Rook Islan.L 11L
EIicIbEssiril & gdesj.
IK&CRANCE AND REAL KSTATfi
120-acre Rock Island
fair buibiir.ifn. good land;
2-utrf Lock jNtai,q
Ji;5 per aura,
cour'ty J urm ;
good bui'diiigs, will lake
trade; t'j j.er acre
85 -acre farm; lutr i) .;! Idle-.., will take
Ji.O'i'J In tia-ie: U ;e"- uln.
47-a -tc W niten tuui.iy farm: u bar
ga.m; ail K-vt 1 ii.nd; t j cr arm,
2--.'-a-:n- !,iin. ni :annad town,
K. jit county, luwa; $.1i ! r a re.
Z-d inns, two mill a irm.. lal'roail
town, a. el quite near D.i ve.i per t ; wni
t.il-'.e Sli'.'.u' worth of Iiiiiiiiiu p'-opcrt
I o:i t..i. i.liiu; , i . j pcrmie.
lli.i-.iv.-iu li-i :n, all level, i:ear Milan;
I J - .i r lu-rc.
Kc-ai re lartn, ail K-vci. near Rock
j 3tl.ii.ii. il.i l" r ante.
i iu ad b-i-'.-iu i,oue on Zjllx street;
i to l i'.M: ii io kl..-, ,.'0,l.
I All tj: i'eiii t-m iiii l.ousc on Eth avo-
! IlUe, S4,!il.l.
l-lv.-ruo:n cottage; Ir.t C-'nITO; SI. 300.
Two a.;; modi-rti i-iooni i.oue.a closo
I in, i.;.:,C'' t-at-n.
j E.gg'-t i.. t cf v.-.. anl lots In thl
icily Ii-. t ;... '.p. '. loan money und
write Lie it..--irunc". if iu are o-sir-I
ous oi tr.oi i!g y ;n tinng you u m't
watt for .--oni n.T.g ou d want, comn
to us. V.'e iiiiidle t:ad-d in any tltta
; ii. t in.; m.
Blankciiburg & itbnkcubriri,
20" Safety L.jildinjx
S I oi Ii ll:li:;ts.
II. .1. TOliLH
A. L. AN'DEIISO.V
S I I a j. s.
wires to NVw
ri ; i 1 '
' i i i il i'ic I, D.i
V. st . 4"7
I l It M P.
i Tin- 1
st b- 1 1-.
i! -t )
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Nlti !.: . m ill !'ii.i;..
n 1 1 .; "'.;:-
- T -i ii ".-
a i.. I r-tr-l.
I I i nl
th in i i
t .ii r- .'--.
1 1 t
I . .
Tliorc is no ttorc ;n
where you can buy
an acceptable Xmas
cut ior your money
the Art Shop. N
,ccd3 jvzl ni. Knri'l col
ored motto?, -.chcts. wa
ter colors, oils, Copley
prints, art cnlcidars, j:
IVIrs. roc!c'r chi:: t, col- J;
lege jicnr.'.i.ls, pillow tcpa J,
and the la-rcst line of
framed pictures in the tri
cities. Ecir.cmlrcr vc :ivo you
expert framing and mat
ci'ttiE? and carry the most
complete line of morjlcl
ing3 this side of Chicago.
j . ,
Foster cr Reding
123 ?-yri Ave.
l'T'one WVf-t i-4:;o.
Visitors Alvays Welcome.
j ' (