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THE ROCK ISLAND "ARGUS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1911..
TmiOfe of- xvts poor ellovxj-s vohg
Prtvoe to rr KiexT to this kAM5?Rou
, ISTlTUTtoM 0)0 TtJve strt on ;
INSULTED THE KING.
Tha Joka Printer Turned on Louis
Philippe and M. Thiers.
One morning during the reign of
Louis Philippe there appeared In the
Constltutionnel the following startling
"Hla majesty the king received 51.
Thiera yesterday at the Tnileries and
charged him with the formation of a
new cabinet. The distinguished states
man hastened to reply to the king:
" "I have only one regret, which Is
that I cannot wring your ueck like a
A few lines lower down there was
another paragraph running to (he fol
"The efforts of Justice hare been
promptly crowned wltli success. The
murderer of the Rue du Pot-do-Fer has
been arrested in a bouse of bad reputa
tion. Led at once before tbe Judse of
How to Own The
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You quickly ca your Oliver and
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You will never nave a tetter
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Tbe Oliver la everywhere!
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off real work with the ease and speed
demanded by tbli mile-a-mjnute age.
Wherever you , turn In buness
offices, great or mall In the quiet
of the home in the roar of ' the
railroad and telegraph service in
tbe seething maelstrom of modern
newspaperdom In countless kinds
of service it's the sturdy, strenuous
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Tbe standard Visible .ritcr.
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draft, poatofflce or express money
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instruction, the wretch had the hardi
hood to address tl magistrate In terms
of coarse insult, winding up with the
following words, which amply show
that there remains not a spark of con
science or right feeling In this hard
'God and man are my witnesses
that I hare never had any other am
bition than to serve your august per
son and my country loyally tar the best
of my ability. "
The rrinter had Just cleverly managed
to Interchange the two addresses. The
cream of the joke was that it was uni
versally known how very little love
there was lost between the king and
the minister. Strauss' Reminiscences.
Romance of the Discovery of the
Cause of Malaria.
In the history of research are many
romances. Of the discovery that ma
laria was caused by mosquitoes, It is
related how Dr. Low and Dr. Sam
bon lived in the malarious Roman
Campagna without quinine. They re
tired at sunset to a mosquito proof
hut, with double doors and windows
of wire net, and they did not leave un
til sunrise. Tbe fact that they re
ninlned immune, while the attendants,
sleeping outside, contracted malaria,
confirmed the belief that the mos
quitoes were responsible.
But how did they carry the disease?
At first it was thought to be by wa
ter. To settle the question live mos
quitoes which had bitten Infected
peasants' were font home and two
members of the school submitted to
be bitten by them. They both went
down with malaria. Again, how did
tlif mosquitoes transmit the germ?
Ry rutting sections of the proboscis
the malarious parasite was found. It
breaks through the skin of the probo
Fis and is transmitted at the time of
the sting. From the first conjecture
to the final proof was a series of care
ful experiments, ending with the slic
ing of the mosquito's proboscis. Now,
this is finer than fine hair. It is nec
essary to stop to think. For it is eas
ier to imagine the triumph of the
proof than the delicate operation that
produced it. London Standard.
LIGHTING BY GAS.
It Was a Costly Process When It Was
The first incorporated pas company
wns the National Lipht and Heat Com
pany of England, established in 1S0&
In America the first gas company was
incoriorated-in Haltiniore in 1816, the
Kooond one in Kostou in 1822, and the
next one was the New York Gaslight
company, incorporated In 1823.
Prior to 1S30 the gas business of this
country wss nominal, but the price
probably was resionsible for its slow
development. From 1824 to 1823, says
Moody's Magazine, the New York Gas
light company sold pas to consumers
at the rate of flO a thousand cubic
The first artificial Illuminating gas
was produced in Ensland about 1726
by one Ir. Hales, but not until 1780
was a practical test made. In that
year the Earl of Dundocald of Scot
land arranged an apparatus by which
he lighted bis castle with gas. The
same year William Murdock of Bir
mingham. England, introduced gas as
a light in bis workshops at Redruth
and Cornwall. ,
As Mr. Murdock was tbe first man
to reap any commercial benefit from
the discovery of the use of illuminat
ing gas, he may properly be accredited
as the father of modern public utili
ties In 1S13 London bridge was illu
minated by gas. and fire years later
jrtis was in general use throughout the
main part of London.
A Resourceful Community.
"We didn't know what to do about
Tiute rete," said the Crimson Gulch
citizen. "He was a real good feller,
but he would be careless about shoot in'
up the populace.'
"Did you straighten out the matter?"
"To some extent. We elected him
sheriff, thereby roakln' it look a little
more lea!." Washington Star.
Death in Roaring Fire.
rray not result from the work of
firebugs, but often severe burns are
caused that make a quick need for
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the quickest,
surest cure for burns, wounds,
bruises, boils, sores. It subdues In
animation. It kills pain. It soothes
and heals. Drives off skin eruptions,
:Kfrs or pils. Only 25 cents at all
FOR RETT ROOHS.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping at 6?7 Seventeenth
FOR RENT Modern foralKliH ronmi
for light housekeeping at 1303 Second
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 2312
FOR RENT Rooms, f arnUhd f or light
housekeeping, at ozs Twfnty-nrsi
street; close in.
FOR RENT Modern furnished reoea
suitable for one or two gentlemen at
2715 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
In private home suitable for one or
two. Apply at 2213 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnishe-d mom.
suitable for one or two. all modern
conveniences, at 1216 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping-, with
heat and gas, at Sit Twenty-first
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front
rooms, with all modern conveniences
and use of old phone, at 2217 Sixth
FOR RENT Large furnished front
room, modern, near ear line; board if
desired: private family; references
required ; at S614 Eighth avenue.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room, strictly modern, suitable for one
or two gentlemen, with or without
board. Apply 1230 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, suitable for married couple, or
gentleman: close to government Is
land; 3913 Eighth avenue. Phone
FOR RE Jf T ' iCt-'ES.
FOR RENT House o' 3 1 rooms, mod
era improvements: 11 S3 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. E. H. Ouyer.
FOR RENT Six-room house, with one
acre of land, in South Rock Island.
Inquire at William Schaarmann's,
1714 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Eight-room house; all
modern Improvements, including hot
water heat, at 530 Twelfth street. In
quire 632 1 Twelfth street.
FOR KENT MISCELLAXEOIS,
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. F. K.
FOR RENT Farm, 120 acres, near Bar
stow. 111. Apply to Miles Collins, 86
McManus building. Davenport.
FOR RENT 83 -acre farm; good build
ings and fine water. Lininger & Mey
er. 1810 Third avenue.
BEFORE going house hunting come
and see our list of vacant houses. We
have the complete list of the trl
clties, and will assist you to get lo
cated without one cent of expense.
Summerfleld's. 113-115 East Second
LOST AND FOOD.
FOCND A fur neck piece: owner can
have same by calling at 626 Fifteenth
6 1 ree t.
LOST In Toung MrCombs' store, a
black automobile veil. Return to Ar
gus for reward.
LOST A white bull dog (female), black
spots on head. Reward for return to
1700 Sixth street.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate an
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 22. and
new 6172. Office at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor.
Safety building. Office phone west
996. Residence phone 736-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday nights.
WE WILL BOND YOU flxecutora". ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees' or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lodges and
society officers; city, state or U. S.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave
land, resident managers. Fidelity &
Deposit Company of Maryland.
.Continued From Page Four.)
fers provided for them by their fa
thers. When the harangue was fin
ished Louise arose and walked out of
the room, her only reply being:
When Mr. Caruthers returned to his
room, he sat himself down In an easy
chair and. snappishly biting off tbe
end of a cigar, remarked to himself:
"Drat this European way of court
ing! I've made an ass of myself for
not doing the Job In accordance with
American methods. What I've done
must be undone, and when It's un
done I must begin all over again. Now
one of three things are to be consid
ered. Either she wants me or doesn't
want me or doesn't know whether she
wants me or not. The natural suppo
sition is that she doesn't want me. .and
doesn't want me bad. Otherwise she
would not have rebelled against her
father's orders. But by the Ameri
can method the first thing for a fel
low to find out Is whether he has any
chance or not."
Taking a seat before a writing desk,
be wrote note to the yonng lady who
bad rejected hfm, asking ber if be
might consider himself a friend. He
received a reply that he might, go
be called, acting during the call as If j
be considered the matrimonial part I
of the matter ended. During several i
months of visiting and being with the
young lady at various gay world bap- j
penings be became more and more In- j
attentive to her and at last took up I
with one of his own countrywomen.
This was too much for tbe girl who
had rejected him. A slight knitting
of tbe brows, a decided coolness when
be offered her some attention, showed
him that she was piqued, and after
that he had fairly plain sailing.
"Girls are like fish." be said to him
self. "Some may be caught trolling
with a spoon, some only in deep wa
ter and some in shallow lagoons. Some
will bite at a bit of salt pork, but the
most skittish can only be caught with
a fly and must be played a long while
Caruthers finally landed Louise on
what be was pleased to call the Amer
ican method. Be says that the Euro
pean style may do for Europeans, but
for Americans it's like everything
else in Europe, old fashioned. He
boasts that his wife was naturally
American in her proclivities or be and
tbe would never have made a match.
WASTED MALE HELP.
WAKTEP Tiro bovs to carry papers.
Apply Bijou Cigar and News Depot,
1S26 Second avenue.
WANTED A teamster at Twenty
fourth street and Twentieth avenue.
Apr'v to Joe Parker.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
suitable for two gentlemen. Address
-A. K.." care Argus.
WANTED Three news agents for Rock
Island news service: daylight route.
Call or address Agent. 312 J fifth av
enue. WANTED Six laborers at Milan boat
vard: wages 1.2S per day of s hours.
With board. Apply at V. S. Engineer
office. Milan. 111.
WAVTFP Toung man to clerk at news
stand- good advancement for right
party. Apr'v l Thirty-first street
depot news stand.
WANTED Agents; 2S weekly and, ex
penses to trustworthy people to trav
el and distribute samrles for big
wholesale house. C. H. Emery, M 151.
WANTED Representatives: 1100.
mnnthlv and expenses to travel and
distribute samples for big manufac
turer; steady work. S. Scheflter. Treas
urer. F 51. Chicago. .
WANTED Carpenters to work on low
er lock gates of government 'canal near
Milan. I1L; wages . per day of
eight hours. Inquire at L. S. engin
eer's office, Milan. 111.
WANTED A salesman of ability to in
troduce our line of high grade lubri
cating -oils and greases: exceptional
inducements. Champion Refining com
pany. Cleveland. Ohio.
WANTED Mechanical draftsmen; must
be Jig and tool designers. Apply La
bor Bureau. Tri-City Manufacturers
association, Moline Theatre building.
Moline. Ill, No fees charged.
WANTED Man to travel In Illinois
for 1911: good pav and tailor-made
suit in po days; experince unneces
sary; reliable firm; write for partic
ulars. McBrady & Co., Chicago.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
big demand for our graduates; you
can run shop or hold good position
after few weeks; some money while
learning: write for catalogue. Molcr
Barbe College, Chicago. 111.
WANTED Machinists. toolmakers.
lathe hands, milling machine opera
tors, benchmen, temperers. sheet met
al workers, wood and metal pattern
makers. and Cleveland automatic
screw machine operator; good wages
to competent, steadv workmen. Ap-
flv Labor Bureau, Trl-City Manufac-urersi-
association. Moline Theatre
building. Moline. No fees charged.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
sewing at 313 Six-
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 922 First avenue.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 1725 Twentieth street.
WANTED A good, competent girl;
good wages; 1230 Second avenue.
WANTED A cook and two girls at
Wright's restaurant. 224 Seventeenth
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework. Apply at once at
2225 Seventh avenue.
WANTED Young ladies to learn oper
ating:: best of references required.
Apply Central Union Telephone com
pany. WANTED Ladies to do work at home,
all or spare time: make 75 cents to $2
per day. Call 212 East Sixth street,
WANTED Girl to assist with house
work: one wlio can go home nights
preferred. Call at '913 Twenty-second
WANTED A lady clerk who has had
experience in retail store; steady em
ployment; state experience. Address
"A. R.," care Argus.
WANTED Girls and women at syrup
department; $5 pr week guaranteed;
can make more at piece work. Corn
Products Refining company, Daven
port. WANTED Women to sell guaranteed
hose; 70 per cent profit; make $10
dally: full or part time; beginners in
vestigate. Strong Knit, Jlox 40Z3,
West 1'hiladelphisL, Fa.
WANTED An experienced girl or wo
man to do general housework in fam
Uv of three grown persons; best
wages, with or without washing. Ap
ply 1043 Nineteenth street. Old phone
WANTED Small hard coal burner In
good condition, cheap. Address
"Stove," care of Argus.
WANTED Your amateur finishing at
the Brown Studio, over Hartz's drug
store, corner Third avenue and Twen
WANTED By responsible married cou
ple, three or four furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, in eastern part of
this city preferred. Address "N. O.,"
WANTED To buy, anything you have
for sale, or sell you anything yoq
want to buy. Give us a call for eith
er. Cole & Bower, 1509 Second ave
nue." Old phone west 164.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly called for and de
livered. Mrs. Luella Titterington.
1448 Fourteenth street. New phone
6787. Old phone west 1141-K.
WANTED Situation i
liable man. Henry
s janitor by re
Fues, 1601 Fev-
WANTED Position as chauffeur or
work In garage. Address "R. s.,"
WANTED Position by lady stenogra
pher and bookkeeper; seven years'
experience; trustworthy and reliable;
Smith-Premier. Address "8.," 013
A (Standi Way
to begin a "Happy New Year
would be to pay up all of your
outattndlng bills. We will loan
you enough money to settle up
everything you owe, and our plan
enables you to return the loan In
such small amounta that you will
not notice It.
For Instance, 60 cents per week
pays a $25 loan in 60 weeks; $1.20
per week pays a $50 loan in 50
weeks. Pay monthly if you de
sire. Liana on household goods, pi
anos, f.xtures. live stock, etc., any
amount, long or short time.
A letter or phone call wKl bring
our confidential agent to your
hou-.o at once.
-PRIVATE AND RELIABLE."
TriCl7 ILesia Co.,
I1H Brady street. Davenport.
Iowa. Old phone north 2425.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
FOR SAMS CITY PROPERTY.
FOR RALE Modern seven-room cottage
near I.ong View park, cheap for cash.
Address "J. X.." Argus.
FOR SALE Eight-room bouse, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue; easy terms. Inquire at resi
FOR SALE: A nve-room cottale at 1610
Eighteenth avenue; fine location: lot
65-foot front. For terms inquire on
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store with
fiat above, located at 273 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 61 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, new. In
fine repair; paved street ;easy terms;
liberal discount .for half cash, $1,650.
Lininger & Meyer.
FOR SALE Mv property situated at
lii3 Twelfth avenue, at a bargain;
reason fcr selling, am leaving city.
Inquire on premises.
FOR SALE Cheap If taken at once, an
elijht-room house, all modern; party
leaving city. Apply 1544 Twenty-fourth-and-a-half
FOR SALE Modern tslx-room house at
$23 Fort v -second street. Kdgewood
park. Rock Island. Inquire C C. Coin.
2317 Fifth avenue. Molina.
FOR SALE Four - room cottage In
South Heights; must be taken off lot
within 30 days. Inquire at Crown res
taurant. Leon F. Robinson.
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once,
flve-roou bouse, with ater and sew
er; also summer kitchen. Address A.
J. Johnson, the tailor. Orion. 111.
FOR SALE A good house and lot a t
1729 Twenty-ninth street; house prac
tically new; lot - 42x123: reasonable
terms. Come and investigate. Call at
FOR SALE '.ots In Iloblnson'tt addi
tion in South Heights, from $300 to
$375; terms. 325 down, balar.ee In five
years; a home on easy terms. Old
phone 1165-K. F. W. A.obinson.
FCIi SAI.F. One colonial ttyle. house li
South iieigbts. one block from lxng
View park. One cottage on Eigh
teenth avenue near Twenty-ninth
street. J. Q. Woodbury; pUone west
FOR RALE A seven-room cottage on
Tliirty-sev nth slrc t. n ar new park;
has water, si-wi-f, ami pus; lot 6"-l'iot
front: mos; all kiu1 or' fruit and fine
shade trees; t-ouvt-nieiit to school and
street car. For terms, Eckliart AL
Buffum. FOR SALE Mi:rI,liAXEOt'f.
FOR SALE Seventeen - Jewel gold
watch; 624 Thirty-fourth street.
FOR SALE Coal from Price banks;
$3.75 per ton, OU phone S9S-.Y.
FOR SALE Large Barred Rock cock
erels at 1533 Twenty-fourth street.
FOR SALE Some household goods at
1S07- iMxth avenue. Inquire of Mrs.
C C. Truesdale.
FOR SALE Two walnut beds and up
right piano, in rood condition, at
1230 Second avenue.
FOP. SALE For one-half cost, sealskin
coat, nearly new; owner KOing south;
must BelL Address "Coat," care Ar
gus. FOR SALE Cheap, If taken soon, a
horse: weight 1.10U pounds; also rub
ber tired buggy. West 777-K, od
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once,
one Ideal ca.-h register ana one Hough
Security cash recorder. Inquire at
FOR SALE Bay mare, six years old;
weight ,0fv pounds; sound and gen
tle; 1227 Fourteenth street. Old
phone west 13u5.
FOR SALE Cheap, a first-class meat
market; owner uolnf; to leave rltv;
must be sold by J.-111. 16. Address "N.
K. L.," care Arus.
FOIt SALE On account of 111. health,
furnishings of a 15-room l.oanli.;
house: bargain if taken it t once; Hu.i
Fourth avenue. West 1567.
FOR SALE Several line large boned
U'hHe .Wyandotte c jrkcrcls; dandy
breeders; prices reasonable. Ei A.
Siemon, 113'J Seventeen lh street.
FOR SALE An Edison Home phono
graph, recorils. in perfect condi
tion. $25. Call evenings, lo2s Six
teenth street, or phone west IISm-K.
FOR SALE An elegant $450 piano,
useil only six months; must dispose
of same quirkly. therefore willing to
sacrifice; instrument handle,! by re
liable dealer in this city; call ami in
vestigate evenings; 1136 Thiid ave
nue. FOR SALE Mission desk, oak chiffon
ier, two leather sealed diners, two
leather rockers, on xieepy hollow
rocker, oak drejsin; tattle, and tliree-
quarter frize iron cot, nciv style with
mat; all brM class; a snap. Call at
1913 Sixth avenue.
FOR S A I.I". I A !(.
FOR SALE Two-acre place; good Im
provements, line location. Phone
1124-X. Davenport, Iowa.
FOR SALE 224 acre stock farm; fine
Improvements; four miles from Milan;
price $100 per acre. Heldy Bros.
FOR SAL Good truck farm In South
Rock Island; very reasonable price;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call on Reldy Bros., room
4. Mitchell A Lynde building.
FOR SALE At fttrgun, a 160 -acre
Urm; $4,500 improvements; UKu; six
blocks to town high bchool; posses
sion March 1; $ 107.50 an acre; mort
gage, $5.0u0, tj per cent. "H. b-"
Buffalo Center. Iowa.
FOR SALE Farm or 120 acres, nice,
improvements, locatetl close i Buf
falo. Iowa, about 10 miles from Dav
enport; owner will take good ineoine !
city property on it; price Illy per
acre. he Eckhart Buffum.
FOR SALE Several Improved firms In
Worth county, Iowa. These farii.a are
level, black soil; none more tUn tour
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
from $70 to $20 per acre. Tbrit fa: mi
are ail bargains. William Jenmn.s,
Rock lfciand house.
nus hairs on face and 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 Mis A. M. Kittrldge, Flat 1.
Argyle Mats. Brady street. Daven
port. Old phone 2136. Otttce closed
until Jan. 2S. 111.
AVTO AMI CARRIAGE BODIES.
CHARLES ACKERLY. manufacturer of
nand-made bodies of ali kinds; ri!s
auto delivery bodies; ail work guar
anteed. Headquarters at Klockau
Carriage and Auto shop. Old pnone
Ml. El FiKU. Clairvoyant
and card reader: readings 50 cents; to
women only. Call at 211j Fifth ave
nue, near Rock Island depot.
EXPRESS AVD STORAGE.
K.Lii STORAtafc; ou nrst Duur,
alfc manufacturer of awnina teia.
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent. K
Roeesler 6t Co, 2C Fifteenth scree,
opposite the court house. Rock lsl w.a
GH4IV ATSti PROVISIONS.
H- J. TOHER CO. Brokers. Daven
port. Stocks, grains, provisions, cot
ton. Private wires to Nev.- Yoik and
Cfcicago. Office. 10s Main street. Tel
Petition to Probate Wilt
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
Probata CmirtRock Island county;
December term. 1910.
In the matter of the probate of the
last will and testament of William li.
Weaver, deceased. In probate.
To All Fersona Whom This May Con
Notice is hereby given that on the
ISth day of Drembr, A D. 1910. a pe
tition was fil-d in the probate court of
Rook Island countv. Illinois, nsking that
the last will a-J testament f William
H. Weaver. cceased, be admitted tn
probate. The same petition further
states that the following named per
sons are all the heirs-at-law an.l lega
tees: Mary Weaver, widow and legatee,
and the unknown heirs-at-law and leg
atees of William H. Weaver, deceas.-d.
You are further notified that the hear
ing of the proof of said will has been
set bv said court for the 12th d.iv of
January. A. l. 1911. at the hour of 1
o'clock in the forenoon, at the court
house in Rock Island. In said county,
when and where you can appear, if you
see fit. and show cause, if any you hve.
why said will should not be admitted to
probate. JOHN Rl.N'CK.
Clerk Probate Court.
Dated at Rock Island. 111.. Dec. 15,
McEnlry A McEnlry. attorneys.
Estate of Arthur A. Toyser. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Artnur A. Poyaer. 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 tho
city of liock Island, at the February
term, on the first Monday in Frhruary
next, at which time all persons ha ing
claims against said estate are nuti.ieii
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the same aujuju-tl. All per
sons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment tu the
Iiatd 19tn day of December. A. D.
1910. EMMA J. 1'UVSER.
Jackson. Hurst Stafford. attorn;y
Estate of Charles M. Hanna. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Charles M. Hanna, late of
the county of Rock lolar.d. state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
rhc will appear before the probate court
of Rock Island county, at the probate
court room. In the city of Rock island,
at the May term, on the first Monday In
May nexL at which time all persons
having claims ntralnst said estate are
notified and requested to attend lor th
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersijrned.
Dated this Sl'th (lav of December. A.
D. 1910. ANNA li HANNA.
Jackson. Hurst Stafford, attorneys
PRIVATE detective; sha'iowlng; divorce
cases a specialty. Lock Box 159.
CATERER For catering at weddings.
5arties and receptions of any kimi.
call at 1509 Second avenue. Old phone
LETTERS written; contracts, specifica
tions, abstracts of title. ci, copie.l.
Phone old I0:i5. or call :t!4 Safety
building. Lloyd S. Humbetstone.
ELECTROLYSIS Superfluous hair,
moles and warts permanently remov
ed. Treatments given at home unles,
otherwise desired. Addret-s Mrs. M.
B. Ivolh, 1513 Vi Third avenue. Phone
MASSAOE FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Mrs. . W. Miller, graduate museuse;
electric vibrator treatment!!, vapor
baths, scientific body and facial mas
sage, therapeutic lights, spinal treat
ment, Swedish movements, etc. Hours
from 10 a. m. to 9 p. 111. Henley build
ing, suite 12, corner Fourth and Brady
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
HENRY UAETHJE Proprietor Chlp
plannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store. 160
Second avenue. Telephone 1110. .
MO-SKY TO MUX.
IX'JANS ON REAL ESTATE security at
lowest rates. Ludoiph fc Reynolds,
lawyers. Rest block, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO IXiAN on real estate securT
ity at lowest rates. Marion L.Sween
ey, attorney, rooms 3 and a5. Mitch
ell & LynUe building. Rock Inland.
LOANS on furniture, pianos, horucs.
wagons, etc., quickly, privately, at the
'.uttitl rales. Mutual Loun Company
JunlnO. room 411, People'a National
bank building. niv. phone 61v; old
phone west 122.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY or loaning
money on household goods, horse,
wagons, ilc, without removal ai.ci
In a quiet way. Cull an us lor quick
loan. Fidelity Loun Company, luuu,
4u3 B'jst bun. ling.
MONEY LoAD to salaried peoule and
others, without security; aay pay
ments, no publicity. Call and et our
terms and methods of Uoin tuainea
OShce hours, a a. tu. to 6 p. m. Tele
phone norm 2411. Victor Finance
Company, ruoia 26, McManua build
ing, oecoud and Matu stieei. Daven
port. "MONEY, MONNY. MOM, MONEYS'
To rent or loan on household goods,
pianos, diamonds aud Jewelry, horses,
cattle, high grade guns. ch
ter, or any other personal pi opei t, j
and email loans on uouki aoU lot,
all in weekly or morUhly pay imi u.
Call anybody up you can ti.ita of 1
for their rates, then call up west 17 7, :
the New Cut Kate Loan Company, and 1
compare them. Satisfy yourself. Listen. I
absolutely we Uo not want your buel-
ness unltss we can aave you money i
1801 f-co rid avenue. Rue Island
Manaea by J. W. Joitea.
r it o fe su 1. r to u y a.
UHI At. li
torneys-at-law. Ottlce lu Rock Island ; 't
National bank building. 1 ('
SEA RLE & MARSHALL lawyers
Vlonev 10 loun on eood r i. I ..i i,.
security. Rooms 302 and SuJ. &att:ij : '
building. Rock island. HI. ;
WALKER INGRAM SWEENiCY AU i '
torneys and counselors at law. Monty , '.(
to loan on teal estate. Kooica 2'JU- ; (!(
203. People's National bank bu.'ldi.-i ' V"
. rw . . ' u ....... w . W vw. w. U, I 1 JT , 1
maae collections. References, Mitcb ,
ell Lyr.de, bankers. Othce, Milcdeil
Lynde building. j
BITTOVS PI.KATIG, PENMANIM. ;
DAVENPORT PLKATINO. BLTTON A
NOVELTY CO.. 2o South Putnaia
building. Felt pennants and novel
ties, banners, monogrfnu. iIjow cov
ers for sciioois or 'jci-(n-r, colieg
posters 'etc.. skirt rauK-K. tot'.oo
gloves and mittens. Frenin accordion
and knlle pleatings. clottt cowered but
tons ai.d colored Ivory rims, all oizes
and styles, from 10 cea'j a iloxep. up.
Send or descriptive circular. Oid
ABSTUACTf OF H I I.E.
AiliAC'ia of title preparca or con
tinued to date covering any real ea- ! '
iie m iu --ifcvc-. x roii.pi anu a- ;
Rock IsUnd Titie . a -straps VZ;Jthiu iXrzl Cham-
paoy: J. 9. Igr im. vr fidt.r t; V. J b i k ltortiaca ani Llv-T Tb
secret -ry; 2o0-'j3. second i i.. Th-v .io tie work uhpnevert
floor. Peoples National bak tumj- ,fet' 1 ... I? . "
jag. ! you require tnclr aid. Tlie tablet-
r---- --- - c tt a r. -e weakiit-n into ttteugtb. Hat-
t tlll) fiP Tilt.h. hexsr.ess into energy . r loornihtts
-- - " - - ' - i 1 , 1 r Vr.: l Di-.a TI.i ir action I (
MRS. (i. A. SOLANnEH wIhim to H ank
the manv friends wt-o haver ho wn
'sympathy a.;d kindnes at the iiijo.os
and death of her husband, Oeorge A.
i.or;R r I It Kf 'TO H T.
TRTO I.OTGB. NO. J7. A. F. A A.
Meets In staled communication
ythe first Thursday of each
month at 7:30 p. m. By order
of M. T. Stevens, W. M ; William B.
Itrk lalaaa Comma ary.
NO. 1. K. T. (stated eonclavws will he
hl l In Its asylum the second Monday
of each month. P. Oreenawalt. K. C;
It. C. VVIIlerton. recorder.
Ural hrrbooa ef Atnerlraa Tnbm.
Verx ROCK ieUAND HOME.
. fj STEAD NO. $291. Meets
'V'fii"V "econd and fourth Friday
k " Vn,n"" Ueeelln'a hall.
W ... . 14 I 1 t-
M I SCF.I.I.A . KO I .
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engaao heip or secure
a rltuaticn. the .l.oi and Journal 1
tbe one paper In kloline that can d
' ' for you. Mall and Journal wants
e popular, and Mall and Journal
wants Unr.jt reeulls. Outt-half rent
per word is the price to all silk,
cash In advance; two-cent stamps wl'l
do. Eventr and Saturday Mall and
Journal. Moline. Ill
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A well located lot on 12th street:
pavlr.g and sidewalks paid fur;
a snap at aars.oa
A six-room r.ouss In South P.o.-k
Island, In good shape, nearly
We nv two lots on 9 S street
ar it 20th avenue; rant front;
one l corner lot; at... ST21.0O
A two-story house on 2Sth street:
two years old: has furnace and
electric llgnia f2-'.a
List your property with us.
We write Insurance; enrety bonds.
405 Pest building. Rock I; land. I'.L
INSURANCE AND Ft TCAL ESTATE.
027 Pcpay annxJ
120. acre Rock Island
fa.r buildings, good land;
$65 per acre.
62-ai re Rock Island
good buildings; wilt take $2.5u la
trade; lj per acra
85-acre urm; fa.r null Ji"-;, will take
$l.uuu iu trucle. $u je- .tire.
47-acre Whiteeiue county farm; a bar
gam, all level land; 1 1 -I per ucie.
240-auro farm, near raiuoad town.
Scott county, Iowa; j per acre.
ZS0 acres, two miles from railroad
town, and quite near Davenport; wlit
lako $16,it0 worth of Income propulty
sin this lariu; JI-'j per aae.
Ill-acre farm, all ievel, near Milan;
Sj Hi' acre.
ISO-acre farm, all level, near llocic
Inland, il.'-t u r a.-ia
(iood s-rooiu nous on 29th street;
to close j'licly. UU.
Ail uioueiu 5-muu house on tth ave
Five-room cottage; lot sOxIDO; $l.iJ0.
Two all ncnviu 7-tooiu bouses cloae
in. fj.fivu euco.
Uirfcal lut of va.-ant lots In this
cliy ii'oiii Z. 0 ut. We loan money and
write lire m irance. If you are desir
ous ol ttadintt somemli.g you clout
wart lor somt tiling you Uo went, come
to us. We handle trades In any state
111 the union.
Dlankcubur & HIankcuburj,
HOC Safety Hulluir.it
11111: k a li
CCLL3 . ati.3l
(The Best Is the Cheapest.)
r IKK, LIFE. LltiHTNlN'l AND WIND
SToitM INS! 'KANCIi
1724 Third avenue. Hit's rea-
ItOi'lv ISLAND, ILL
( OVUt.1 I OH AMI Hl'II.IlElta.
Manufacturers of HhkIi, Doors. Blinl
and ."M.i 1 1 Interior hi 11 t h 1 1 kiioln.
1 111 1 j woimI Veneer I I'-orirti;, and lc,.
ers in tjlaaa. 411 and Hi 1.Iii1omi
IDaiy 21 Pay &(
Ii.ne lonz ronsiilcr'-d
lay a nTt-8nary drea'i.
iu tan consider u a
pleasure, fur th new way Jh
l let us Ix-rir lh buril'-u. Tb"-u
war.li iia.v i.t 111' 1 cly a mailer
(( gathering llio t(;li-. lot li
together. W'litn our uaou
(ail, warli (lay i iir ;l far
aa ou art conivi hed. Wlx-n
the (lollies are returned they
will lit; fjaitlt'hnly clean nri'l
dHiKhtiuIiy fret.li. TIij I t
will t'e hrl.-t.f. (Im- butioi.M will
iM oil, there? Mill I '1 no llpa or
tears. 1: n yo'.i iriiiM.l'jr the
expense of whsliliiet. tho prico
you pay to l f I i. Ui roft of
fuel, the i iitcotnt'Tl and a;.?;ra
vation, you wilj hay our way Is
truly coi'oiiilca!. Df y us a
postal or phone u cow.
601 TWELFTH STREET. BOTH
1 fie Ii''?.Sl ino rrilKU'
The ti-fcUst nd rriix-ist little
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centld or.- doesn t rt-lUo th-y tiav.
, taken a purgative. Sold by all drug-
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