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THE ROCK ISTJAOT) ARGUS. SATURDAY, XAXTTART 14, 191T.
WASTED MALE HELP.
AOTHaft CP TODAYS
Easy to Restore Tarnished Pieces to
"Very few people know that fural- !
tare ought to be washed," said a sales- t
in an In the furniture section of a large i
department store. "Yet," he continued, !
It la the best thing one can da to keep ',
furniture looking as well as It should, i
One should take a bucket of tepid rain- ;
.water and make a suds with a good ,
pure soap. Then with a soft piece of
cheesecloth all the woodwork should
be washed. It is astonishing how much j
dirt will come off. A second piece of '
cheesecloth should be wrung dry out of
hot water. On this should bo poured a j
tablespoon of first class furnitu.ey pol-
lsh. The heat will spread the polish
through the cloth. Next the furniture
should be gone over with the second
cloth. There will be no need of put
ting on more polish, for that much will :
do all one needs. Too many persons j
make the mistake of using too much
polish and leaving it thick on the furni- j
ture, where It looks dauby and where !
It gathers more dirt."
There Is furniture in homes today j
that Is cast off because of its appear
ance when it might be brought .back
How to Own The
for 17c a Day
You don't have to draw on your
bank account when you pay on the
You need not disturb your dollars.
Keep them at work earning interest!
We offer our newest model, the
Oliver Typewriter No. 5 fresh from
the factory for seventeen cents a j
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 watt! No red tape!
No long-drawn-out correspondence!
You quickly own your Oliver and
Bcarcely notice the outlay. You can i
have the use of the machine while
pennies are "paying the freight."
You will never nave a better
chance to test the power of pennies.
The Oliver is everywhere!
It's the universal typewriter. Reels i
'off real work with the ease and speed j
demanded by this mile-a-minute age. '
"Wherever you turn in business
offices, great or small In the quiet
of the home in the roar of the
railroad ana teiegrapn service in
the seething maelstrom of modern j
newspaperdom In countless kinds '
of service it's the sturdy, strenuous
Oliver that's making "the wheels go!
The standard Visible .ritcr
You need your Oliver now. It's,
yours almost for the asking. The i
biggest hundred dollars' worth in j
America for seventeen cents a
Send along the application blank. '
with a small first payment of Sl as i
an evidence of good faith. !
Your check Is good or 6end j
draft, postoffice or express money I
THK OI.I F.R TV PEW K ITER C O. I
Gentlemen. I accept your offer of
the latest model No. 5 Oliver Stand
ard Typewriter for 17 cents a day.
Euclost-d please find $15 as evidence
of good faith. I agree to save 17
crnis a day and remit the balance.
in monthly ins-ialimeols. Title
iv rtm.ln in your name until ma
chine is paid for.
IF A" LAM FfteNb ?UTS
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IS PUT iM TO HAtce
SPECIAL MOTJCG:" ALL
to its original freshness by this simple
process of washing. Many persons do
not know that a fine bit of mahogany
is improved by careful washing, and
hundreds of pianos have never been
more than dusted in years. A square
rt cheesecloth for the washing and an
other for the polishing will do the
work, end the result will well repay
the effort. Indianapolis News.
If Taken Above 130 Degrees They In
jure the Stomach.
Many people without realizing it are
in the habit of drinking tea at much
too high a temperature. Sir Henry
Thompson points out in his book on
"Diet In Relation to Age and Activi
ty." "Few persons are aware- that they
habitually swallow hot liquids, tea es
pecially, at a temperature which if
applied to the hands or feet would in
flict painful scalds. Most tea drinkers
take It about 140 to 145 degrees F..
which the mouth bears very well if
Blowly sipped, while the cup itself is
too hot to be held by any hand.
"But the habit of swallowing such
tea is injurious to the stomach, and !t
ought not to be taken above 130 de
grees or so. Again, water at 120 de
gree, which feels a little more than
lukewarm In the mouth, causes severe
pain if the hand is dipped in it and
cannot be endured."
He has, however, some good words
to say for the early morning tea.
"This morning tea in any case should
be taken at least an hour and a half
before the first meal of the day. For
many years I have been accustomed
to write for an hour every morning in
bed after tea, as 1 am doing at this
moment, and at no time do 1 find the
brain clearer for work, while the ap
petite for solid food is excellent when
the hour for breakfast arrives."
WHIPPED THE LEOPARD.
But It Took a Troop of Baboons to Kill
the Big Cat.
A vivid pen picture of a light be
tween a leopard and a troop of baboons
Is given in a German paper by P. Rlt
ter, a sportsman and explorer In Ger
man West Africa. Leopards have a
particular liking for baboon flesh,
which is often used as bait to trap
"One afternoon," the hunter relates.
I was resting on the shady side of a
oig rock which formed the bank of a
small stream. On the opposite side a
troop of baboons came down chatter
ing toward the water, a large male go
ing cautiously in front, glancing and
scenting around for danger. I remain
"A deep grunt assured the herd that
all was well, and down the 6teep slope
they came, last of all a female with
two young, which the mother tenderly
helped over the rough places. Sudden
ly a big leopard Pbot out from behind
a bowlder and with one blow of his
paw grabbed one of the young.
"The mother, with a roar of fury,
threw herself upon the big cat The
others halted and with one accord
clambered back to her assistance. The
leopard had Just settled the female and
was about to make oft with his prey
when be found himself surrounded by
the whole horde, which closed in upon
"He cive as good as he got. and
two bis balloons rolled down the sle
apparently done for, but numbers told,
and he was literally torn to pieces. It
wfls a horrlbl fnselnarJnir sieht and T
never regretted more having no camera
with roe than I did then."
Trudging For the Wash.
The Portuguese country people as a
usual thins have great physical en
durance, doubtless as a result of the
"survival of the fittest" for many gen
erations. The laundry workers are an
example of this. People come in from
long distances to get soiled clothes of
city customers. The clothes will be
placed In big panniers on the family
donkey, and the peasants will start
lai k l;ite in tl.e afternoon. Some of
theia will travel all night, and it will
t o suuup before they rach their
homes, many mi!es from Lisbon or
Oporto. A day or two later they are
trudging back to deliver the clothes.
now spotlessly clean, and to get an
other lot from the same patron.- Many
a countryman asd his wife take a,
jaunt of ftten miles or more, which
matc3 one think that there might be
many who could rival the feats of
Weston and O'Leary as walkers if
they tried. Christian Herald.
An Early Trust."
As an example of trusts and monop
olies prevalent even in that early day
It may be mentioned tlrst in 1750 one
Benjamin Crabb obtained the exclu
sive right to mke sperm candles In
Massachusetts for fourteen years. A
rear la;er. however, a factory was
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for light housekeeping at 1303 Second
FOR RENT Furnished room with mod
ern conveniences at 538 Twenty-second
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for
married couple, or two gentlemen at
2108 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnfshed front
room, with alcove; use of phone; at
1107 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modem furnished rooms,
suitable for two gentlemen. Inquire
1S20 Third avenue. Flat 4.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
suitable for one or two gentlemen at
2713 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; water
and sewer; 527 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
in private home suitable for one or
two. Apply at zziz firth avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front
rooms, with all modern conveniences
and use of old phone, at 3317 Sixth
FOR RENT Large furnished front
room, modern, near car line; board if
desired; private family; referencea
required; at 2514 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; ciose to government is
land; 3913 Eighth avenue. Phone
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. E. H. Guyer.
FOR RENT Fine strictly modern nine
room house; 1017 Twenty-second
street. C. S. McDaniel, Safety build
ing. FOR RENT Eight-room modern house;
furnace, gas, electric light, sewer and
water; good loration; partly furnish
ed if desired. Inquire at 54fi Twenty
sixth street. Old phone west 1252-X.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; ail conveniences. In
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room 100. F. K.
FOR RENT 83-acre farm; good build
ings and fine water. Lininger & Mey
er. 1810 Third avenue.
BEFORE going house bunting come
and see our list of vacant houses. W
have the complete list of the trl-
c' .les, and will assist you to get lo
cated without one cent of expense.
Summerfleld's, 113-115 East Second
WANTED Position as chauffeur or
work in garage. Address R. S.,
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST On Fourth avenue car, or be
tween Math's hall and Eighteenth
street and Second avenue, a lady's
gold watch and pin. Liberal reward
for return to Argus.
LOST A lady's medium sized, round.
mink muff; was left on Third avenue
street car about 6 p. m. Tuesday
Finder please leave at Argus office
and receive reward.
BUTTONS, PLEATINGS, PENNANTS.
DAVENPORT PLEATING, BUTTON &
NOVELTY CO.. 230 South Putnam
building. Celt pennants and novel
ties, banners, monograms, pillow cov
ers for schools or societies, college
posters, etc., skirt gauges, cotton
gloves and mittens, French accordion
and knife pleatings, cloth covered but
tons and colored ivory rims, all sizes
and styles, from 10 cents a dozen up.
Send for descriptive circular. Old
ous 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 Miss A. M. Kittridge. Flat 1,
Argyle Flats, Brady street. Daven
port. Old phone 8136. Office closed
until Jan. 28, 1911.
PRIVATE detective; shadowing; divorce
cases a specialty. Lock Box 159, Dav
enport. MASSAGE FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Mrs. E. W. Miller, graduate masseuse;
electric vibrator treatments, vapor
baths, scientific body and facial mas
sage, therapeutic lights, spinal treat
ment. Swedish movements, etc. Hours
from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Henley build
ing, suite 12. corner Fourth and Brady
streets. Davenport. Iowa,
started In Providence, K. I., ana wrtn
in the decade there were eight fac
tories in New England and one in
Philadelphia. Their output greatly re
duced the price of candles, which not
long before sold for 5 shillings a pound.
In those days $1.25 was worth fully
three times as much as it Is now. N.
Hudson Moore In Designer.
The Sixteenth Century Critic
"But why, prithee," contended the
first critic, "should this new play
wright. Sbixpur, have Introduced a
comic gravedlgglng scene Into his trag
"TIs easy of solution, by hen." an
swered the second critic. "Our antbor
bath pnt In gTavedlggers for the pur
pose of unearthing a plot! Boy, a cup
Wit was crude In them days. Cleve
Placing the Blame.
Little Eva Mamma, didn't you say
that If my new dolly got broke some- ;
body would have to be spanked? j
Mamma Yes. dear. Little Eva Well. !
she broke ber arm today,
"What did the rhinoceros do when
you fired at him?" asked the eager
"He just stood still and watched me
run." Washington Star.
Death In Roaring Fire,
rr ay not result from the work of
firebugs, bat often severe burns are
caused that make a quick need for
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the quickest.
surest cure for burns, wounds, j
bruises, boils, sores. It subdues In- 1
fiammation. It kills pain. It soothes i
and heals. Drives off skin eruptions. !
vlct rs or pils. Only 25 cents at all
WANTED Six laborers at Milan boat
yard: wages $1.25 per day of 8 hours,
with board. Apply at C S. Engineer
office. Milan, 111.
WANTED Younsr men to clerk at news
stand; good advancement for right
party. Apply at Thirty-first street
depot news stand.
WANTED Agents; $25 weekly and ex
panses to trustworthy people to trav
el and distribute samples for big
wholesale house. C. H. Emery, N 151,
WANTED Representatives: $100.00
monthly and expenses to travel and
distribute samples for big manufac
turer; steady work. S. Scheffer, Treas
urer, O 61, Chicago.
WANTED Two young men to travel
and, solicit: ages 21 to 30; experience
not necessary, but must be hustlers.
Ask for Mr. Fsloss. Diet hotel, 1600
Fourth avenue, city.
WANTED Carpenters to work on low
er lock gates of government canal near
Milan, 111.; wages $3.25 per day of
eight hours. Inquire at U. S. engin
eer's ofP.ce. 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 1athe hands and assemblers
for gasoline engine works; none but
competent men need applv. Schmidt
Bros. Company. 1844 West Third
street, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED Asrents: boys and gtrls; $
for few hours" spare time: nice work
new olan :enormous demand: sample
and full particulars. 10 cents. Will
M. Wright, Des Moines. Iowa.
WANTED Agents; we pay $80 a month
salary and furnish rig and all ex
penses to introduce poultry and stock
powders: new pian, steady worn, a a
dress Bigler Company, X 3S5 Spring
WANTED Men to learn barber trade
bier demand for our graduates; yoi
ran run shoo or hold srood positlo
after few weeks; some money while
learning; write for catalogue. Moler
Barber College, Chicago, 111.
WANTED .Men. age 1R to 35. for fire
man IL00 monthly, and hrakemen $1
on nearby railroads; experience un
necessary- :no strike; positions guar
anteed "competent men; promotion
Railroad Employing Headquarters
over 400 men sent to positions month
ly. State age: send stamp. "Railway
Association." care Argus.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Plain sewing at 313 Six
WANTED A good
cook at 2225 Sev
WANTED Ten chocolate dippers at
Gansert s candy factory.
WANTED A girl to do general house'
work at 1134 Second avenue.
WANTED A good, competent girl;
good wages; 1230 second avenue.
WANTED A cook and two girls at
Wright's restaurant, 24 Seventeenth
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
cral housework. Apply at once a t
122u Seventh avenue.
WANTED Ladies to do work at home
all or spare time; 75c to $2 per day;
212 East Sixth street, Davenport,
WANTED Competent housekeeper in
family of throe; mortem home; refer
enoes required. Address "J., care
WANTED Reliable woman or girl to
do general cleaning six half days each
week, tor particulars address M. E.
100. care Argus.
WANTED Lady to travel in Illinois
for 1911; good pay and tailor-made
suit in 90 days; experience unneces
sary; reliable firm; write for partic
ulars. Mi-Brady & Co., Chicago.
WANTED An experienced girl or wo
man to do general housework in fam
ily of three grown persons; best
wages, with or without washing. Ap
ply 1043Nineteenth street. Old phone
WANTED Ladies to sew shields at
home: $10 per 100; can make two an
hour; work sent prepaid to reliable
women. Reply envelope full informa
tion to I'niversal Company, Desk A,
Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED In east end Rock Island.
two furnished 04- unfurnished rooms.
Address "X. Y.," care Argus.
WANTED A six or seven-room house.
modern preferred, located between
Twentieth and Thirtieth strets. Phone
WANTED Tour amateur finishing at
me lirown oiuaio, over iiaru a drug
store, corner Third avenue and. Twen
WANTED To rent, a six or seven-
room modern house, in good location,
by young couple without children.
Address "X. Y. Z.," care Argus.
WANTED Two or three furnished or
unfurnished rooms within six or seven
blocks of Market square. Address
"J. R.." 219 Seventeenth street.
WANTED To buy, anything you have
for sale, or sell you anything you
want to buy. tive us "call for eith
er. Cole & Bower, 1j Second ave
nue. Old phone wett 164.
WANTED To launder, lace -curtains;
work promptly coiled for and de
livered. Mrs. Luella Tltterlngton.
1448 Fourteenth street. New phone
5J87. Old phone west 1149-K.
I do not want to be a
commissioner, nor do I
want a large commis
sion, but I do want to
give you the benefit of
the smallest commis
sion that is asked by
any loan company in
CccC M&Z Laasjs Co
Open every evening until S
Manager J. W. Jones.
Phone West 17. Write
or call 1801 14 Second
FOR SALE Modern seven-room cottage
near Long View park, cheap for cash.
Address J. A.. Argus.
FOR SALE Eight-room bouse, corner
and Tenth ave-
Inquire at real-
FOR SALE A five-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 2736 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Tbonn. 610 Twenty.
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, new. In
nne repair: paved street :eay terma;
liberal discount .for halt cash. $1,050.
Lininger & Meyer.
FOR SALE Cheao If taken at ones, an
eight-room house, all modern; party
leaving city. Apply 1544 Twenty-
FOR SALE Modern six-room house at
823 Forty-second street. Edgewood
park. Rock Island. Inquire C. C. coin.
-oil tilth avenue. Moline.
FOR SALE Four - room cottage in
South Heights; must be taken off lot
wur.in so days. Inquire at Crown res
taurant. i,eon F. Robinson.
FOR SALE A good house and lot at
1729 Twenty-ninth street; house prac
tically new; lot 42x123: reasonable
terms. Come and investigate. Call at
FOR SALE Lota In Robinson addi
tion In South Heights, from $300 to
$375; terms. $25 down, balance in five
years: a home on easy terms. Old
phone 1165-K. 7. W. l.obinson.
FOR SALE One colonial style bouse In
South Heights, one block from Long
view D&ric one cottage on b:r-
teenth avenue near Twenty-ninth
street. J. G. Woodbury; phone west
FOR SALE A seven-room cottage on
Thirty-seventh street, near new park;
has water, sewer, and sras: lot 60-foot
ffront: most all kinds of frxiit and nne
shade trees; convenient to school and
street car. For terms, Eckhart &
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Seventeen - Jewel gold
watch: 624 Thirty-lourth street.
FOR SALE Coal from Price banks;
$3.75 per ton. Old phone 893-Y.
FOR SALE Large Barred Rock cock
erels at 1533 Twenty-rourtn street.
FOR SALE Two walnut beds and up
right piano, in good condition, at
I2.J0 Second avenue.
FOR SALE For one-half cost, sealskin
coat, nearly new; owner going south;
must seiL Address "Coat." cam Ar-
FC . SALE Oak and pine mixed kind
ling, cut stove lengths, at $3.50 per
load, delivered. Kahlke Bros. Phone
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once.
one Ideal cash register ana one Hough
Security ess a recorder. Inquire ut
FOR SALE Bay mare, six years old;
weignt l.OaO pounds; sound and gf-n-
tlo; 1227 Fourteenth street. Old
phone west 1305.
FOR SALE Several fine large boned
White Wyandotte ""'karels: dandy
breeders; prii-es reasonable. Ed A.
Siemon, 1130 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE $200 in notes secured by
ri-al estate mortgages In amounts to
suit purposes. Amorose P. McGuirk,
attorney at law, Davenport, Iowa.
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken this week.
picture iramlng outfit, molding, shelv
ing, and l-oine good tiibles. uid phono
west Bd.'-.x; 01a seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Cheap, a six-octave, oak
case organ, in good condition; a bar
gain if you have use for it. Inquire
v. . urn. 4Z; neniinoks street. South
Kock Island, or The Argus office.
FOR SALE Mission desk, oak chiffon
ier, two leather seated diners, two
leather rockers, oak dressing table,
and three-quarter size iron cot, new
style with mat; all first-class; a snap.
can at jyis bixth avenue.
FOR SALE LANDS.
r OR BALli zz acre stock farm; fine
Improvements; lour miles from Milan;
price siuu per acre, itciay ttros.
FOR SALE Land; a lady leaving this
part of country wants to sell 160
acres of choice Canadian land near
railroad station. Address 'H. M. R.,"
FOR SALE Good truck farm In South
Kock Island; very reasonable price;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call on Reldy Bros., room
4. Jultcheu A Lyoae building.
FOR SALE At a Carguo, a 160-acre
farm; 4,uu improvements; tiled; six
blocks to town high school; posses
sion juarcn 4; iui.ou an acre; mort
gage, $5,000, t per cent. "ii. & a.."
Bullalo Center, Iowa.
FOR SALE Several improved farms In
Worth county, lowa. These farms are
level, black soil; none more than four
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
irom iv 10 u per acre, j nese f arm
are all bargains, avilllam Jennings,
kock jfcianu nuuse.
PROFESSIONAL ATTORN K VS.
JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD At-
torneya-at-iaw. onice in Rock island
National bank buuaing.
SEAKLB & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms 602 and 304, Safel)
building, hock ABiana. 111.
WALKER. INGRAM 4k SWUiSNrtT At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on rfi estate. itoouis 200
2uS, People's National bank building.
McNlRY & McENI " Y Attornes-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make couectiuiis. neierenoea. Allien
ell He, Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
it- Lynde building.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLK.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate In the county, prompt and ac
curate service at 'asonable ratea
Kock Island Title 4. Abstract Com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
bweeney, secret- ry; 200-203, second
floor. Peoples rational bank build
J. E. JANES AND E. J. OOIXD. We
are prepared to conduct all kinds of
farm sales; pure bred stork, resl es
tate and general merrhanrfte; pedi
grees thoroughly understood and giv
en careful attention; sr--ta attention
and effVlnt srvir also given to
merchandise sales; sales made any
where. For dats and terms addrns
either party at 1810 Second avenue.
Rock Island. Phone 1229.
EXPRESS AND STORAGE.
P.k.LlABLi BTOKAUt On first nuot,
also manufacturer of awnings, tenia,
wagon covers, etc Tents for rent. li.
Roessler c Co 209 Fifteenth street,
opposite the court house. Rock Isla.au
IF TOU WANT to buy. sell, trade ut
rent anytning. engage help or (tear
a situation, the Mall and Journal Is
the one paper In Moilne that can do
' for you. Mail and journal wants
ate popular, and Mail anu Journal
wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike,
rash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening aod Saturday Moll and
Journal. Moline. JUL
Publics ttoa Notice
Petition to Probate Wilt
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun-
Prohati Court. Rock Island county
December term. 110.
In the matter of the probate of.the
last will and testament of William II.
eaver. deceased. In probate.
To All Persons Whom This May Con
Notice Is hereby given list on the
15th day of December. A D. 1110. a pe
tition was filed In the probata court of
Rock Island county, Illinois, asking that
the last will a"d testament of William
II. Weaver, ceceased. be admitted to
probate. The same petition further
states that the following named per
sons are an tne netrs-at-law and lega
tees: Mary Weaver, widow and legatee.
and the unknown helrs-at-law and leg
atees of William II. Weaver, deceased.
Tou are further notified that the hear
ing of the proof of said will has been
set by said court for the 12th day of
January, A. l 111. at tne hour of 10
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 have,
why said will should not be admitted to
probate. JOHN rixck.
Clerk Proh.ite Court.
Dated at Rock Island. 111.. Deo. 15.
McEnlry McEnlry. attorneys.
A dmlnUtratrlx'a Ne-ttce.
Estate of Arthur A. Poyser, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Arthur A. Poser, late of the county of
Rock Island, state or Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the county court room. In th
city of Rock Island, at the February
term, on the nrst Monday in February
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend for the purposo
of having the same adjusted. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment to the
Datd 19t'n day of December. A. D.
1910. EMMA J. POYSER.
Jackson. Hust A; Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of Charles M. Hnnm, deceased
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Charles M. Ilanna, lat of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will appear before the probate court
of Rock Island county, at the probate
court room, in tne city or kopk isiani
at the May term, on the first Monday in
May next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
"S"? J"' 1 T tm2t
fTI ,a17.EZ-2 ,mmedlat Pament
to th undersigned.
Dated this 80th day of Decemher. A.
D. 1910. ANNA E. II ANN A.
Jackson, Hurst Stafford, attorneyr
of William II. Weaver.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will ntid
testament of William H. Weaver, late
of the county of Roi k Island, state of
Ilinois. deceased, hereby gives notice
that she will appear bfore the probate
court of Rock Island county, at the
J probate court room, in the city of Rock
Island, at the March term, on the tlrst
Monday in March next, at which time
all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to t-
tetid for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to snld
estate are requested to make Immedlatu
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 12th day of January. A. D.
1911. MARY WEAVER.
McEnlry & McEnlry, solicitors.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE Security st
lowest rates. Luaoipn & Reynolds,
lawyers. Best block, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marlon E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms 32 and 35, Mitch
ell & Lynde building. Rock Island.
LOANS on furniture. pianos, horses.
wagons, etc.. quickly, privately, at the
lowest rates. Mutual Loan Company
iunlnc.), room 411. People's National
bank building. tnV7 phone 61U; old
phone west 122.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on ouunnuia goods, norses,
wagons, etc., without removal and
In a quiet way. Call on us for quick
loans, f idelity 10 an company, room
403 Best building.
MONEY LOANED to salaried people and
olners, wunoui security; easy pay
ments, no publicity. Call and get our
terms and methods of doing business.
Office hours, i a. m. to p. m. Tele
phone north 2411. Victor Finance
Company, room 26. McManus build
ing. Second and Main street. Daven
HENRY GAETIIJE Proprietor Chlp-
plannock nursery. Cut flowers and
.designs of all kinds. City store. 16U
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
AUTO ANn CARRIAGE BODIES.
CHARLF.S ACKKRLT. manufacturer of
hand-made bodies of all kinds: also
auto delivery bodies; all work guar
anteed. Headquarters at kloi-kau
Carriage and Auto shop. Old phone
BI SINKS IIAE.
FOR SALK Cheap, if taken at one, a
nrst class mat market doing good
business. Address "Mest Matket."
care Argus, or phone west 1'toi.
$100 BRINGS nvr $5,000 a year In a
safe, honest investment; I will provi
It; in iist. nesi opportunity on
earth: managed by wen known busi
ness men and operated by the stork
holders; no "big flPh to eat the little
ones. It looks big. It Is big; Investi
gate and be one of us; no long wait;
returns this year; references given
and asked; write today. J. R. Hyxn.
Secretary, 130 Maple street, Sault Stf
A Ddl Way
to begin a "Happy New Tear
would be to pay up all of your
outsttndlng 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 amounts that you will
not notice it.
For Instance. 0 cents per week
pays a $25 loan in K0 weeks; $1.20
per week pays a $50 loan in 60
weeks. Pay monthly if you do
Loan on household good, pi
anos, fixtures, live stock, etc., any
amount, long or short time.
A letter or phone call will bring
our confidential agent to your
tou-c. at once.
"PRIVATE AND RELIABLE."
TirBC2lIy Laaa Co.,
211 Brady street, Davenport,
Iowa. Old phone north 2425.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
TRIO LODGE, NO. 7. A. T. A A, M
Meets In stated communication
the first Thursday of each
month at 7.20 p. m. By order
of M. T. Stevens. W. M : William
Hark Ialaa rasftssanarry.
NO. 1$. K. T. Stated conclaves will be
held In Its asylum the second Monday
f each month. P. Greenawalt, K. C;
R. C. Wlllertoa. recorder.
Brthero4 ( America Imis
ROCK ISLAND HOME
RTKAD NO. 22L
C'A . . m w r.M.
Hcona uiu ioui n ...
evenings at Beaello's ball.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate an
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Bait
fire companies represented. Your pat
ronage 801101144. Phones west a A. anil
new 5172. Office at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glass;
real estate and loans, fcecond floor.
Safety building. Ufflct phone west
996. Resilience phone 714-K. Open
WE WILL BOND YOP Xsecntors. ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees' or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lodges and
society officers; city, state or U. &
government offl.'ials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; Id fact, any kind of
bond you want except ball bonds j.
Terms reasonable, hnyei St Cleave
land, resident managers. Fidelity
Deposit Company of Maryland.
ASTROLOOICAL horoscope, free, on
business, love, marriage, by scientific
astrologers; snd date of birth and 10
cents In stamps for jofaK, Profes
sor Eagle. Saginaw. Mich.
A well located lot on 12th street;
paving and sidewalKS paid for;
a snap at B7YOt
A six-room bouse In Soutn Rock
Island. In good shape, nearly
We have two lots on 4 street
ana zom avenue; east front;
one it comer lot; at S7S.1.O0
A two-story house on Gth street;
two years old; baa furnace and
electric lights S2.2-16
List your property witn us.
We write insurance; surety bonds.
405 Best building. Rock Island. I1L
INSURANCE AND REAL KSTATtt.
120-acre Rock Island count farm:
fair buildings, good land; $05 per acra
2-cre Rock Island county farui;
good buildings; will take 12.60O la
trade: I'ju per acre
S-acre larm; talr bulldie-;,, will take
$1,U00 In trade: $70 Pc :r.
47-acro VVblteaiae county farm: a bar
gain; all level land: $lli pur acra
240-ocre farm, near railroad town,
Scott county. Iowa; io per acre.
ISO acres, two miles from railroad
town, and Quite near Daverport; will
take $1C.OOO worth of Income property
on this farm; $12 1 per acre.
110-acre farm, all level, near Milan;
$85 per acre.
120-acre farm, all level, near Hock
Island: $125 per acra
Good s-rooin nouse on 2th street:
to close quickly. $2.00.
All modern -rooiu house on Sth ave
Five-room collage; lot kosi&o; 31.300.
Two all modern 7 -room houses eloae
n, l.ioo eacn.
BlKKust list of vacant lots In this
city from $250 up. We loan money and
write lire insurance. 11 you are desir
ous of trading something you tlou't
want for something you do want, coma
to us. We handle trades In any state
in the union.
Blankenburg & Blankeubnrg.
0 Safety Bulldlnav
K1KU lilK.( li
CiksLirEea 1. Ictadlgsaj
(The Best Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE, LIGHTNING AND WIND
Office, 1728 Third avenue. Rates rea
sonable. ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CONTRACTORS AND ULILDEKS.
Jfolka Voliih & Cg3
Manufacturers of Kmh. Doors. Tlin'ls
and Stairs. Interior nnlsh of all kino.
Hardwood nr Flooring, and Oel
era in Glass. til and 323 Llghtceiiui
ay ai Pay ii
have long considered
day a neccsaary dread,
you can consider it a
pleasure, for the new way is
to lt us bear the burden. Then
wash day is merely a matter
of gathering the soiled clothes
together. When our wagon
calls, wash day is over as far
as you are concerned, when
the clothes are returned they
will be spotlessly clean and
delightfully frctfh. The colors
will be bright, ttie 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, you will aay our way Is
truly economical. Drop us s
postal or phone us now.
Ml TWELFTH STREET. BOTH