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THE ROCK ISI7AXD ARGUS, SATURDAY, JAXTJARV 21, 1911.
V Adaq its mtcjj tc sec
For the remainder of this
week and all of next week we
offer reduced rates on the full
course of cutting, fitting, de
signing and reproducing, sew
ing tickets and patterns.
The school is open every day
from 8:30 unt'.l 5 and on Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday
Students ma enoll any
All ladles are Invited to call
and enquire about terms at
Dress Making School
Over Crarnpton's bookstore,
1719 Second Avenue.
Old Phone 710-K.
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We offer our newest model, the
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the factory for seventeen cents a
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i Simply fill out the blank, attach
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offices, great or small in the quiet
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railroad and telegraph service In
the seething maelstrom of modern
newspaperdom in countless kinds
of service it's the sturdy, strenuous
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with a small first payment of $15 as
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Your check is good or send
draft, postoffiee or express money
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Gentlemen. I accept your offer of
the latest model No. 6 Oliver Stand
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Address. . . ,
(Continued from Page Eight.)
Sylvan Ice company 25.00
iTwin City Die & Tool "Works. 15.65
Visiosity OU company 24.08
Williams "White & Co 8.00
Phil "Weber 2.75
Western Union Tel. company. 1.25
!H. B. Hubbard, county clerk.. 50.00
I Fire department account.
Total general fund ...$2,883.46
; waterworks expense ac-
count $ 998.21
Reservoir expense account 10.53
Reservoir and filter con
struction account 116.50
Total waterworks fund. .$1,285.24
Sixth avenue. Thirty
fourth to Thirty-fifth
Ninth avenue, Twenty-seventh
to Thirtieth street,
property holders account 25.00
Total special fund $
Alderman La Van way
an ordinance, which was
and adopted by unanlmou
s vote, al-
lowing the labor payroll
ending Dec. 24.' 1910, as
Pprry St odd
Fred Dunaway ,
D. W. Kelly
K. R. McKown
D. H. Brillhart
. .$ 10.50
I Bridge account $
'Thirty-fifth and Thirty-sixth
streets. Fourteenth to
Eighteenth avenu-e 65.05
Seventh street improvement
Reservoir expense 12.60
i Waterworks expense 31.50
I Park account 21.00
i Sewer account 16.80
! Contingent account 39.00
! Salary account 6.00
Alderman LaVanway submitted an
ordinance, wbjch was considered and
adopted by unanimous "vote, allow
ing the labor payroll for the week
ending Dec. 31. 1910, as follows:
Fred Bowers $ 10.50
Fred Oest 10.50
Fred Stanley 10.50
William O'Brien 10.50
Harry Ftke 8.4 0
Frank Russ 10.50
Thomas Manuel 5.25
Dan Err.erjck 2.10
Richard Alhn . . . . 2.10
Arthur Barker 8.80
Clyde Cushman 15.00
David Brillhart 24.00
E. B. McKown 12.60
John Nelson 9.15
Charles Grams 8.40
Dennis Collins 6.30
Ernil Frank 10.50
D. W. Kelly 10.50
James Farrell 3.00
William Glass 3.00
Bridge account $ 2.10
Contingent account 48.15
Seventh 6treet Improvement
Sewer account 10.90
Park account 12.60
Reservoir expense 23.85
Waterworks expense 27.00
The mayor read the resignation of
E. R. Maloney as deputy city clerk
FOR KETTT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished room In modem
house at 408 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished room, modern
and up-to-date: 201 S Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Two modern well furnish
ed front rooms at 1204 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 1525 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
suitable for two, at 1112 Second ave
nue. FOR RENT Furnished front room in
modern home at 630 Twenty-third
FOR RENT Modern furnlsked front
room, gentleman preferred, at 1513 H
Third avenue; suite 4.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping: 11.50; near car line; 613 west
Sixteenth street. Davenport.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room
In modern home; location central; use
of phone; 1228 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
suitable for one or- two gentlemen at
2715 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modern,
gentlemen preferred, at 409 Twenty
third street. Old phone west 611.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, also sleeping rooms;
rent reasonable; at 812 Fifth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
suitable for one or two gentlemen;
use of phone; 602 Twenty-fourth
FOR RENT Large furnished front
room, suitable for one or two: all
modern conveniences; heated; at 823
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
with board, suitable for one or two
0-ntlAmn at 991 TT.teyHth mt r&t ' ref.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room, strictly modern, suitable for on
or two gentlemen, with or without
board. Apply 1230 Second avenue.
FOR RENT One nicely furnished front
room on first floor; also two suites of
rooms on second floor. Inquire 615
Twenty-secnd street New phone 5363.
FOR REXT HOtr SUES.
FOR RENT Mouse of 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street, Rock Island. E. H. Guyer.
FOR RENT Brand new house; all mod
ern; six rooms and bath; at 4212
Sixth avenue. Inquire of E. Thonn,
610 Twenty-eighth street.
FOR RENT Seven-room house, all
modern and in first class condition:
will be vacated about Feb. 1; 911
Forty-fourth street. Rock Island. E.
W. Thompson. Old phone south 148-R.
FOB RENT FXJ1TS.
FOR RENT Flat of five rooms at
Thirty-ninth street and Eighth ave
nue. Inquire 1407 Fifth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Five-room flat; $12 per
month: at 1517 Fourth avenue. In
quire at same number, or call old
phone west S23-K.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
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 S3 -acre farm; good build
ings and tine water. Lininger & Moy
er. 1810 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Hall; a few vacant nights
left in K. of C. hall for lodge meet
ings or small dancing parties. Inquire
at Montgomery & Campbell's Dye
works, 1009 Second avenue.
FOR RENT In Safety building, single
offices, both 1arK and small: also
om 'pry commodious suites can be
arranged on reasonable terms. One
of the store rooms in this fine new
office building after Feb. 1. Apply lo
Attorney O. C. Wenger, 305 Safety
! BEFORE going house hunting coma
ana see our list or vacant nouses. We
have the complete list of the trl
cities. and will assist you to get lo
cated without one cent of expense.
Summerfleld's. 113-115 East Second
AUTO AXD CARRIAGE BODIES.
hand-made bodies of all kinds; also
auto delivery bodies; all work guar
anteed. Headquarters at Klockau
Carriage and Auto shop. .Old phone
and official reporter, other business
making it impossible for him to act.
-uderman Cochran moved that the
re&ignation be not accepted.
Alderman Holzbammer moved as
a substitute that the resignation be
accepted. Carried 11 to 2. (Nays
Cochran and McNealy).
Alderman Frick moved- that Roy
A. Sears act in Mr. Maloney's stead.
Alderman La Vanway from the
finance committee reported recom
mending that the sum of $4,500 be
allowed the Pittsburgh Filter Man
ufacturing company, on the last es
timate presented by the company on
the filter construction contract. Re
Alderman La Vanway moved that
the sum of $4,600 be allowed the
Pittsburgh Filter Manufacturing
company. Carried by unanimous
Alderman LaVanway from the
finance committee reported" recom
mending that the bill of P. F. Tnen
kenschuh for $235.55 for work on
the sewer at Twentieth street and
Sixteenth avenue be allowed. Re
ferred to the sewer committee to re
port at adjourned meeting Wednes
day. Alderman La Vanway from the
finance committee reported recom
mending that George W. Henry be
employed as inspector and collector
in the waterworks department, and
that bis salary be fixed at $65 a
month; and he moved that the clerk
be authorized to employ Mr. Henry.
Alderman McNealy moved as a sub
stitute that the matter be referred
to the waterworks committee to re
On motion of Alderman McNealy
the council adjourned to Wednesday
M. T. RUDGREN, City Clerk.
I hereby certify that the above is
a true and complete record of the
proceedings of the city council of
Rock Island, 111., at the meeting held
Jan. 2, 1911.
ROY A. SEARS.
AD the news all the time
WASTED MALE HELP.
WANTED An experienced gentleman
grocery clerk. Address C," care
WANTED Agents: I1n monthly and
expenses to travel and distribute sam
ples for big manufacturer: steady
work. S. Scheffer, Treasurer, II 51,
WANTED Representatives: $15 weekly
and expenses to trustworthy people
to travel and distribute samples for
big wholesale house. C. II. Emery,
O 151. Chicago, I1L
WANTED Man to travel in Illinois for
1911: good pay and tailor made suit
in 90 days; experience unnecessary ;
reliable firm: write for particulars.
J. K. McBrady Company, Chicago.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
big demand for our graduates: you
can run Fhnp or hold good position
after few weeks: some money while
learning; write for catalogue. Moler
Barber College. Chicago, 111.
WANTED At once. 5"0 men. 20 to 41
years old. for electric railway motor
men and conductors: $60 to J100 a
month: no experience necessary; fine
opportunity: no strike: write immedi
ately for application blank, enclosing
stamp. Address "It. M. Sc V.," care
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Plain sewing at 313 Six
WANTED Housekeeper; Inquire or ad
dress J. O. Huntoon, 914 Twentieth
WANTED A reliable, experienced girl
to do general housework. Apply at
613 Twenty-third street.
WANTED Ladies to do work at home;
all or spare time; 75c to S3 per day;
212 East Sixth street, Davenport,
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework; good wages, and no
washing. Apply at 104 Thirteenth
WANTED To buy old ostrich plumes.
Old phone west 1128-L.
WANTED To rent, a meeting hall, by
Salvation Army. Inquire lil'l Sixth
WANTED A six or seven-room house,
modern preferred, located between
Twentieth and Thirtieth strets. Phone
WANTED Your amateur finishing at
the Brown Etudio, over Uartz's 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 Boarders; modern conveni
ences; working men 'especially df sir
ed : eight blocks from Kock Island
plow works; five blocks from town;
530 Twelfth street.
WANTED To buy, anything you have
for sale, or sell you anything you
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 Tittt rlngton.
1448 Fourteenth street. Old phone
WANTED Situation by experienced
stenographer and double entry book
keeper. Address "J.." care Argus.
LOST AD FOfSD.
LOST I'ecrleitx hub caj: finder kindly
return same to Acs us OJiice.
FOl'Xn A pair "f gentleman's nose
glasses in Hi ti"r s case. Owner may
have same by c:.li:nv at Argus ofllee.
LOST Between Eleventh street ami
.Sixth avenue and Kock island depot,
a gentieinnn's locket containing two
pictures. Reward for return to SilO
FOrNr Thursday morning, a lady's
tan gauntlet on t'.e corner of Kev n
teenth street and t-'econd avenue.
.Owner may have same by calling at
The Argus olhce.
Bl'TTOVS, Fl.n.t TINGS, PF,..A!VTS.
HAVEN PORT KuKATISG, BUTTON &
.NOVKLTi" CO.. 230 South Putnam
building. Felt pennants and novel
ties, banners, monograms, pillow cov
ers for schools or KOci-ties, college
posters, etc., sLirt gauges, cotton
gloves and mittens, French accordion
and knife pleatings, cloth covered but
tons and colored ivory rims, all sizes
and itylcs, from lo cents a dozen up.
Send for descriptlye circular. Old
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Superflu
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one to six
needles; four tu six hours' work in
one with six: treatments given at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A. M. Kittrld.e, Flat 1,
Argyle Flats, Brady street. Daven
port. Old rhone 3136. otHce closed
until Jan. 2S. 1911.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mall and Journal is
the one paper in Moline that can do
' : for you. .Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mull and Journal
wants bring results. One-half rmt
per word is the price to all alike,
cash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mall and
Journal. AToline. 111.
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 r
the smallest commis
sion that is asked by
any loan company in
Cheapest loans on
household goods, pi
anos, diamonds and sal
- j I
Open every evening until t
o'clock. rVi I
Manager 3. W. Jones.
Phone West 17. Write
or call 1801 12 Second Mi
rtriii f,na. ul
rOH SALE Modern seven-room cottage
rear Long View park, cheap forcasn.
Address "J. X.," Argus.
FOR KALE Store bt:ildng. F,"0 Fourth
avenue; must be moved off place. Inj
quire 502 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE A five-rom house and two
lots: also good barn. lnquir is
Ninth street. South Kock Island.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue; easy terms. Inquire tU resi
dence. FOR SALE A five-room cottage, at
110 Eighteenth avenu": fine location;
lot 6i-foot front. For terms Inquire
FOR SALE: At a bargain, a store with
fiat above, located at X736 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, new. In
fine repair; paved street ;easy terms;
liberal discount .for naif caeb. l.u50.
Lininger & Meyer.
FOR SALE Modern six-room house at
S23 Forty-second street. Edgewood
park. Rock Island, inquire C. C. Coin.
2317 Fifth avenue. Moline.
FOR SALE Seventeen-room rooming
house; good location: rooms always
filled; party leaving city. For partic
ulars address "X. Y.." care Argus.
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 SALS Lots in Robinson's addi
tion in South Heights, from $300 to
$376; terms. $25 down, balance in five
years; a boina on easy terms. Old
phone 1165-K. 5 W. A.obinscn.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE: Ohio seed potatoes at 2418
Ninth street. South Rock sland.
FOR SALE Coal from Price banks;
J3.75 per ton. Old phone 893-Y.
FOR SALE Large Barred Rock cock
erels at 1533 Twenty-fourth street.
FOR SALE An upright piano in ma
hogany case at 8u3 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE Cheap, one $150 check,
good on piano; loOl Thirty-seventh
FOR SALE: Two wainut beds and up
right piano, in good condition, at
lido Second avenue.
FOR SALE Oak and pine mixed klnd
Hng. cut stove lengths, at $3.50 per
load, delivered. Ivahlko Bros. Phone
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once,
one Ideal cah register and one Hough
Security cash recorder. inquire at
FOR SALE Some very nice late Style
furniture, at u sacrifice; not uarnated
In tlie least; must sell. Call 1913
FOR SALE A $1."0 cash piano certifi
cate on the (Jrisjs Music House for
any sum you wish to give. Address
"1'.," care Argus.
FOR SALE A tourist go-cart, in good
"condition; has runners to put over
wheels. Apply 1205 Twelfth street,
or phone 1HS-L.
FOR SALE Several line large boned
V hite Wyandotte --ckorels; dandy
breeders; prices reasonable. Ed A.
Siemuii, 1130. Seveiiteentu street.
FOR SALE One Quick Meal range,
good as new; one four-hole gas rimge
and one kitchen cabinet at a bargain.
Inquire at 700 Seventeenth street, or
can west oU.
FOR SALE Cheap, a six-octave, oak
case organ, in good condition; a bar
gain if you have use for it. Inquire
W. S. 11111, 4J5 Hendricks street. South
Kock Island, or The Argus o'llce.
FOR SALE Cheap, a child's up
holstered sleigh, strong an.l roomy;
one Ideal chila s irou. bed, higii sides,
springs ami mattress; coniiiiode, and
child's high chair, at 729 Tlurly-ninih
KOIt SAI.lv LANDS.
FOK SALl ZZ acre slock farm; line
Improvements; fous miles from Milan,
price $100 per acre. Iteldy Bros.
FOR SALE 4 0-acre farm, near Cedar
Kapids. Iowa; cheap ana easy terms;
'i.t an acre. Aduress "Farm,' earo
FOR SALE Laud; a lady leaving this
part of country wants to sell ltio
acres of choice Canadian land near
railroad station. Addresa "H. M. K., '
FOR SALE Gouci truck farm in faouit
Rock idlunu, very reasonable price;
good house and outouildiugs. For
particulars call cu Keiuy Bros., room
, Ajllchell ck. Lynde buiiuing.
FOR SALE Several improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa. These tarmsare
level, black boll; none more than four
miles from railroad, prices ranging
lroui $70 to $90 per acre. Tliese laruiti
are ail bargains. William Jennings.
Rock islanu iiouse.
PRIVATE detective; shadowing; divorce
cases a specialty. Lock Box li9. iaw
enport. ANY one wishing to buy a -piano, new
or second hand, can have a $l.-0 cer
tificate on same free of charge by
calling at The Argus office. The per
son holding the certiiicate cannot
MASSAGE FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Mrs. K. W. Miller, graduate masseuse;
electric vibrator treatment, vapor
baths, scleiititic 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 Fuurtn aim Brady
streets, Davenport. Iowa.
J. E. JANES AND E. J. GOULD. We
are prepared to conduct all kinds of
farm sales; pure bred stock, real es
tate and general merchandise; pedi
grees thoroughly understood and giv
en careful attention; special attention
and efficient lo-i-vi'-e also given to
merchandise t-u.it; sales made any
where. For dales and terms address
either party at 1S10 Second avenue.
Rock Inland. Phone 1329.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLA2.
tlnued to date covering any real es
tate In the county, prompt and ac
curate service at ' :u.onaole rates
Rock Island Title 4 Abstract Com
pany; J. J- Ingrim, president; W. J.
oweeney, secret ry; 20U-203. second i
h or. Peoples National bank bhlld- ;
FREE Mysterious Raymond tells past.
present, future; gives advice on all
aff.-.irs, marriage- divorce, travels,
l.jcky days, numbers, etc.. for mail
ing, etc.; three 2-cent stamps and
lift!! oate. yci win re
Professor Raymond, SOi
nue, Peoria. 111.
EXPRESS A.D STORAGE. '
ttr.i .1 AB4-E e'luilAUi-; On hist uoof.j
also manufacturer of an;uga, tenia, j
wagon covers, etc Tents for rent. tk.
Roesbler A. Co.. 209 Fifteenth street. I
opposite tbe court house. Kock Island I
HENRY GAETHJK Proprietor Chip-:
piar.noca; nursery. Cut dowers and '
designs of all kinds. City store. 1U7 i
Second avenue. Te.epUone 1110. ,
petition to Probata Will.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
Probata Court, Rock Island county;
December term. 1910.
In the matter of the probate of the
last will and testament of William 11.
Weaver, deceased. In probate.
To All Persons Whom This May. Con
cernGreeting: Notice is hereby given that rn the
ISth day of December, A D. 1910. a pe
tition was filed in the probate court of
Rock Island count v. Illinois, asking that
the last will wj testament of Vii!i.in
H. Weaver, 'ceased, be admitted to
probate. The same petition firlher
states that the following named per
sons are all the helrs-at-law and lega
tees: Mary Weaver, widow and legatee,
and the unknown heirs-nt-law and leg
atees of Wiliium H. We.tver. deceased.
You are further notified that the hear
ing of the proof of said will ha been
set by said court for the 12th day of
January, A. D. 1311. at tho 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 h.ive.
why said will should not be admitted to
probata. JOHN R1NCK.
Clerk Probate Court.
Dated at Rock Island. 111., Dec. 15.
McEnlry A McEnlry, attorneys.
Estate of Arthur A. poyser, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Arthur A. Poyser, late of the countv of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the county court room, in the
city of Rock Island, at the February
term, on the first Monday In February
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. All per
sons indebted to said estate are re niest
ed to make immediate payment lo the
Datd 13ta day of December. A. D.
1910. EMMA J. POYSER.
Jackson. Hurst & St:L.Tord. attorneys.
Estate of Charles M. Hanna. deceased.
The underpinned having been ap
pointed ext'-utrix of the last will anil
testament of Charles At. liar.na, late of
the county of Kock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice Ihat
she will appear before the probate cmrt
of Rock Island county, at the probate
court room, in the city of Ro-k Island,
at the May term, on the first Monday in
May next, at which time all persons
having claims against said state are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of havlnj the saire adjust. -d.
All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to tn;tke Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 30th dnv of December. A.
D. 1910. ANNA E. HANNA.
Jackson. 'Hurst & Stafford, uttorneyr
Estate of William H. Weaver.
The undersigned h.ivlnir been
pointed executrix of t? la-t will
testament of William II. Weaver.
of the county of ;. i-Oaml. stHtc
lllnois. deceased, hereby pives roiiec
that she will appear before the probate
court of Rock Island county, : the
probate court room, in the city of ;o, !;
Island, at the March term, on the first
Monday in March next, at which lim
all persons having claims against said
estate are notified mid requested to at
tend for the purpose-f havit.g the name
adjusted. All persons indebted to
estate are requested to make Immediate
pavmeni to ine utnnTPiTn.'il.
Dated this 12th day of Janunrv. A
1911. MARY WI AVilR.
McEnlry S- MeEn'ry. solicitors.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE sefuTuy'Vt
lowest rates. Ludolph Reynolds,
lawyers. Best block. corr r Seven
teenth street and Second avtnue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marion K. Sween
ey, attorney, roams Z2 and C.". Mitch
fell &. Lynde building. Ruck Island.
LOANS on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons, etc., quickly, privately, at the
'owest rates. Mutual Loan Company
juninc), room 411. People's National
bank building. iNsv phone 5ie'j; old
phone west 122.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on household goods, iiorseH,
wagons, etc., without removal and
In a quiet way. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelity Loau Company, rouui
4U3 Best buiidit4f.
MONEY LOADED to salaried people and
otheru. without security; easy pay
ment, no publicity. Call and get our
terms and methods of umui; business.
Olhce hours, a. in. to G p. m. Tele
phone north 2411. Victor Finance
Company, room 36. McManus build
ing. Second and Main streets, Daven
PLEASANT COX Real estate an
Insurance. Loans a i-pecl:iiiy. Isext
fire companies represented. Vour pat
ronage nolle it ed. l'hoiict west iZ, und
new .172. Ofllee at court houe.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health ami plate giant,
real estate and loans, buonil iioor,
Safety building. Ollice pliuuu west
996. Residence phone 7iti-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday nights.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors', ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees' or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lodges anil
society officers; city, stale or U.
government oiii -lain; 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.
ni SIHS C HANf K.
FOR SALE Confectionery store and
fixtures, including ctar and tobacco
cases. Address "Coril' ' tloncry," care
FOR SALE- Cheap, If taken at once, a
first class meal market doing good
husineps. Ad'jrss 'Meat Market,"
care Argus, or phone wo-l l'jol.
A (Sbsdl Way
to begin a "Happy New Year"
would be to pay up all of your
outsttnding bills. We will Joan
you enough money to settle up
everything you owe, ar.d our plan
enables you to return the loan in
such small amounts thai yoj will
not notice it.
For instance, 60 cents per wef.k
pays a J25 loan In 60 w-tks; ll.Zi)
per week pays a C0 loan In CO
weeks. Pay monthly if you de
sire. Liana on household goods, pi
anos: fixtures, live stock, etc., any
amount, long or abort time.
A letter cr phone call w!U bring
our confidential agent to your
hou'c at once.
"PRIVATE AND RELIABLE."
TraCtS? Lasa Co.,
MW Brady street. Davenport.
Iowa. Oil pnone r.orih HZii.
Open Wednesday and laatarday
TRIO LODGE. NO. 67. A. F. A A. M
J. Meets In itated communication 1
lh firyt Thursday of each
month. Special for work Thur.
dnv. Jan. 13. 1911. at 7:30 p. m. All
M.tsoiiK are inxite.l. '.v order of Carl
ton !. Tax lor, W. M. ; William P.. Pet
tit, seen tary.
Hock fataarf Commander?.
NO. 1R. K. T. Stated conclaves will bs
held In Its fivi nil the second Monday
of each tro-iih. I'. Urcenawalt, 1- C;
R. C. Willerton. recorder.
Brotherhood of Amerlrsa Ycvmr.
5fx ROCK ISLAND HOME
STEAD NO. 8181. Meets
second and fourth Friday
evenings at P.eselln's ball.
I'ItOFKS9IO I AT TOH.VEU,
JACKSON, HI RST & STAFFORD At
torney v-at-iaw. Oill'-a In Rock island
National bank building.
SKAKLE & MARSHALL Lawyers, j
Money to loan on aood real estate
security. Rooms 302 and iui. Safely '
bunding. Kock island. 111.
WALKER. INGRAM & bVVUENlCY At'
torneys and counselor at law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms Zuo
2u3. People's National bank building.
McENlRY A McF.NIP.Y Attorna a-sl-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. References. Mitch
ell at Lynde. bankers. Ottloe, Mllcbell
ic Lynde building.
A well located lot on 12th street;
paving and sidewalks paid for;
a snap at 473.00
A six-room boos In Pouln Rock
Island, in good shape, nearly
We hv two lots on 9'i street
ai d 20th avenue; east front;
ot.e Is corner l"t; at 9733.00
A two-story bouse on 26th street;
two years old; has furnace and
electric iigtiis 82,330
List your propertv witn us.
We write insurance; aurety bonis.
405 Best building. Rock Island. Ill
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE.
120-acre Rock Islam! county farm;
fair buildings, good land; (65 per acre,
k2-icr Rock island county farm;
good building; will lake 12.600 la
trade; Sao per a. re
fMi-acr larm. la'.r bulldl"';-; will taks
i iLeuo in trade; ;m pr ..ere
47-acie WuUesioe county farm; a bar
gain; all level land; llio per acre.
i 4 0 -acre farm, n ar ranrnud town.
cult county, lima; Lu per ucrt.
I'so aei'a. two miles (mm railroad
tou ii, and quite near Dav uporl; will
lake Jli;, ooO w oi Hi of lucomo property
ou this luriu; tils per acre.
110-acie lariu, all level, near Milan;
JS.i per acre.
120-acie farm, all level, near Kock
lsiaud; il.. per ucre.
unuil b-roe in nous on Z9tn street;
to cloee quickly, -.a00.
All tuouelii a-rooaj house on 8th V.
Five-room cottage; lot flOxlgO; $1,300.
Two all moilcrn 7-rooiu bouses clous
in, a,r0O each.
Hiyest lsl f vacant lots In this
city fioni iz. ip. We loan money and
write lire Insurance. It you are desir
ous of trading tioiiielliiiig you dun t
wait for i.uiii' tinii,; ou do want, corns
to us. We handle trades ill auy stale
in the union.
Blantcobur & Hlaukeuburi
SOS ufety Bulldiiu
I im; ismiiam i;
(The i'eM Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE, LIFE, LltiHTNl.NU AND WIND
E lalillslied 1874.
Office, 172a 'third avenue. Rates rca.
KOCK ISLAND, ILL
CO VI U U l OHS AMI III ILIJKHS.
(encral Conductors anl ItuiMcr.v
.l! kiud-iof i ,-! "tor cont i Ifijf ard
r i.i i r w u k i i'il and io-,itly tloii
in asoiial,;.- iimk iiula solicited.'
Yrk g ua i a fi I c-,.
C. II. Tii.'vN. loj.) H-.i n efilh avenue."
Pi-one Wf-t int. :
CilKlriT LANGi:. 1133 Seventeenth'
Street. Photic si III I.
CONTRACTORS AND J
Manufscturers of Haxh. Doors. I'IittI I
and fetalis. Interior lln!h of all kind.
Jiatdwood Veneer Flooiltig, und i.., 1-
ers in Glass. ill and iJJ Lli.ittieniii -urett.
y si ay 2 W
You have long - considered
web day a uticsj:iry died.
Now ynu can toi.falder It a
pleasure, i'ic tbe tt-w way ls
to Ic-t us bear ttiu bi;rdca. Then
wa-li day Is uie.tly a U; utter
of gathtrL.'g the acilt-d cl-tL(.a
togetUt-r. When our wai?iii
calls, wash day U omr a fur
as you aie concerned. Wlito
the clotL'.a ate returned they
will ha Kpot'e;3ly clean and
dt-lifcttfuily rtbii. The colors
will he bright, the buttons will
be en, there will be no rlim or
tears. When jou coniider the
expense or washing, the price
you iuy to help, the cost bf
fuel, the discomfort an j affra
vutlorj, you w!M eay our way la
truly econorulcal. I'rop us a
postal or phono U3 no.
60! TWELFTH STREET. BOTH