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THE ROCK ISTJAND ARGTJS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1911.
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LOnC.FJ Din ECTOR Y.
Ttte TURtcisa Pr-UL-O-SOPtER.,
Deforestation Here Cause
Heavy Floods in Europe,
FLAMMARION IS ACCUSER
Eijfhtwn Months of Bad Wither Is
Charged to Tills f 'a us Colum
bia Prr-fesor J lemurs.
It la a long way from America to
central Europe, yet Professor Canaille
Flammarion. the French astronomer,
does not hesitate to say that the ab
normal weather conditions afflicting
the old continent for almost to years
are doe In great measure to the winds
that blow from our shore.
The first three days of this year
gave many Americans a ta.ste of what
England. Fr-inco. Italy. Germany.
Knn'n nd Switzerland bare boon un-
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J USX RGCQVGb
IM THE L-oCiGG-,
VJHAT IS "TH-e
the jefc(LT :
aergolng for over eighteen' months.
Summer was hardly experienced even
as far sonth as Italy and- the Riviera.
Thunder was in the air, and scarcely
a day passed without a storm, some
times of an hour, sometimes for a
In France it Is almost two years
since good weather lias prevailed for
a whole fortnight. This began In the
spring of 1909 and culminated In the
terrific disaster in January, 1910. when
practically the whole country was
flooded, and Paris suffered in such
measure that for a day or two it was
feared the whole city would be re
duced to a mass of ruins.
Switzerland followed and then Italy
and then Spain and England and Ger
many. With June the water subsided
everywhere, but none of the rivers re
sumed quite their normal leveL The
skies were seldom clear, the crops
were spoiled, and summer frocks were
hardly worn at alL
During the first weeks of November
Germany began to experience serious
Inconvenience. The Rhine rose seven
teen and one-half feet above its mean
level at Cologne, eighteen feet at
Mannheim and two and three-quarter
feet at Moselle.
Madrid came next, after the first
week In December last. This time It
was a cyclone that caused the floods,
submerging Seville and all the low
lying districts as far a Malaga, de
stroying railroad bridges, washing
away miles of railroad, mining all
telegraphic and telephonic communica
tions, isolating many villages, which
were left in a critical situation, and
causing great loss of life and property
in the Interior and along the coast.
From London stories of the flooding
of the Thames valley have been sent
out for over a month. It seems that
both sides of the river from Oxford to
practically within the- city of London
are flooded for miles. All the villas
and bungalows that are so typical la
the landscape of the Thames are sub
merged, and most of them will have to
be rebuilt, because the water has un
dermined their foundation.
AM, rOtSTIHES A FFECTKD.
Everywhere weather conditions seem
to be pretty much the same. In Rus
sia the Dnieper at Kiev rose twenty
feet quite suddenly and swept away
villages and houses, with their Inhab
itants, in Its wild course.
The same reports of rain and storms
come even from those countries where
summer conditions should now prevail.
Australia, West Africa and Buenos
Aires report the same weather.
To explain this ominous state of
things Professor Flammarion made a
startling statement In the French
"Deforestation In America Is chiefly
responsible." he said, "for whenever
the barometrical pressure Is low we
are subject to west winds, which blow
direct from America across the Atlan
tic, practically following the course of
the gulf stream. These .winds collect
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Harper House Ffcarmacy.
FOR RENT Furnished room In modern
nouse at 408 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished room, modern
and up-to-date; 2018 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 1525 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
suitable for two, at 1112 Second ave
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms at 3! 8 Eleventh street on
Blue car line.
FOR RENT Modern six room house at
749 Twenty-third street. Inquire at
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, strictly
modern: rent reasonable. Inquire at
637 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeeping-;
$1.50; near car line; T3 west
Sixteenth street. Davenport.
FOR RENT Two or three nicely fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping
at 546 Twenty-fourth street.
FOR RENT A nicelv furnished room
in modern home; location central; use
of phone; 122S Second avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
suitable for one or two gentlemen at
2715 Firtn-and-a-hail 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 312 Fifth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
suitable for one or two gentlemen:
use of phone; 602 Twenty-fourth
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, on ground floor; all
modern; gas in laundry; at 2718 Fifth
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, with board. In private home
good location, near car line. Phone
FOR RENT Large furnished front
room, suitable for one or two; all
modern conveniences; heated; at 323
FOR RENT Modern house. Ave rooms,
hall, bath, good basement, electric
lights, hot water plant at 811 Fortjdr
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
with board, suitable for one or two
gentlemen, at 321 Eighth street; ref
FOR RENT Two suites of furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, on first
noor; also two suites on second floor
at 515 Twenty-second street.
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 HOUSES.
FOR RENT House of 11 rooms, mod
era Improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. E. IL 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 Five-room flat; 112 per
mon.tn; at imi j-ourtn avenue. in
quire at same number, or call old
phone west 823-K.
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 109. F. K.
FOR RENT 83-acre farm; good build
ings and fine water. Llninger & Mey
er. 1810 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Hall; a few vacant nights
lert in K. or c. hail ror lodge meet
ings or small dancing parties. Inquire
at Montgomery & Campbell's Dye
works. 1S09 Second avenue.
FOR RENT In Safety building, single
offices, both large and small; also
some very commodious suites can be
arranged on reasonable terms. One
of the store rooms in this fine new
office building after Feb. 1. Apply to
Attorney G. C. Wenger, 305 Safety
WE have the complete list of every va
cant bouse or room In the trl-cltle.
It won't cost you one cent to see this
list. Summerfleld'e. 113-115 East Sec
ond street. Davenport.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES.
tlnued to date covering any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at i "asonable ratea
Rock Island Title 4. Abstract Com
pany; J- J- Ingram, president; W. J.
tiweeney, secretary; 200-203, second
floor. Peoples National bank build
Iast. EXPRESS AND STORAGE.
R aVLJL ailESTRA5Ki "cmrst noor"
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc Tents for rent. B.
Roessler A Co.. 209 Fifteenth street,
opposite the court house. Rock Islana
liENRT OAETHJE Proprietor Chip
plannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store. 1607
Second avenue. Telephone Ills.
vapors on the way, and these when
coming In contact with oar damp and
chilly land condense, tbns causing our
"These winds have always existed,
but It is only of late that we have no
ticed them In Europe. Why only of
latel The reason Is to be found In
the wholesale deforestation in the
"It is admitted that the west winds,
as a rule, touch the earth in America,
and In times past the luxurious vegeta
tion of that country served as a very
effective obstruction of their violence,
in many cases arresting them and al
ways retarding them. Now nothing
stands In their way, and that Is why
Professor II. Jacoby. the astrono
mer of Columbia university, thought
Flammarion'a theory rather farfetch
ed. "There is no doubt," he continued,
-that forests have a certain amount of
Influence on the violence of the wind,
but only In so far as local conditions
are concerned. When you come to
talk of the west winds that travel over
half the hemisphere, how can they be
arrested or retarded by mere trees,
take them as high as you like? Let
us suppose a chain of mountains, say.
one mils and one-half high and all
beautifully wooded stood in their way,
and let us suppose we cot down all the
trees on them, do you think the differ
ence In the wind would be noticeable?
I do not think so as long as the moun
WANTED Young man acquainted with
city for collector. People's Store, 319
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. Moler
Barber College. Chicago. 111.
WANTED At once. S00 men. 20 to 40
years old, for electric railway motor
men and conductors: $60 to $l(o a
month; no experience necessarv: fine
opportunity: no strike: write immedi
ately for application blank, enclosing
stamp. Address 'R M. & V.," care
WANTED FEMALE RELP.
WANTED Chocolate dipper at the Buf
falo Candy company, f.39 Fifteenth
WANTED Woman dishwasher at the
Island City restaurant. 219 Seven
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 1005 . Sixteenth street, old
rhone west 1213 K.
WANTED A reliable, experienced girl
to do general housework. Apply at
613 Twenty-third street-
WANTED At Swan & McEIroy's, 1421
Fifth avenue, Moiine. -millinery help;
makers and salesladies for spring.
WANTED Neat, bright girl for office
maid; $4 per week to start. Call be
tween 10 and 12 o'clock mornings.
Mr. Martel, 706 Brady street, Daven
port. WANTED A middle ased woman to go
out of town to take care of old cou
ple; a good home and good wages for
the right party. Apply at 2504 Fifth
WANTED To buy old ostrich plumes.
Old phone west 1128-1..
WANTED Your amateur finishing at
the Brown Studio, over Harts'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 desir
ed; eight blocks from Rock Island
plow works; five blocks from town;
030 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. lru Second ave
nue. Old phone west 1C4.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly called for and de
livered. Mrs. Luella Tittcrlngton.
144S Fourteenth street. Old phone
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND A muff; owner can have same
by calling at Argus office.
FOUND A pair of gentleman's nose
. glasses in Bleuer's case. Owner may
have same by vailing at Argus otlice.
LOST Saturday afternoon a pair of
spectacles near Majestic theatre. A
reward for return of same to Argus
LOST A sliver belt buckle Saturday
evening on Fifteenth street between
Third and Eleventh avenues. Notify
The Argus or phone west 1203 L for
LOST Between Seventeenth and Twen
ty-second streets and Second and
Fourth avenues, a small gold fob with
fine locket attached. Notify Evan's
lunch wagon. Seventeen! h street and
Second avenue for reward.
LOST Between Rock Island and Mo-
line, presumably on the Third avenue
car, one small bill book containing J7
In currency, some change, V. M. C A.
membership card. Rock Island rail
road ticket, and some personal cards.
Return to this office for reward.
WANTED Nursing to do by the day by
experienced nurse. Address "A K
WANTED Situation in office by exper
ienced stenographer and bookkeeper.
Address "J" care Argus. "
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Superflu
ous hairs on race 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. Klttrldge. Flat 1.
Argyle Flats, Brady street, Daven
port. Old phone 3136. Office closed
until Jan. 28. 1911.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, traae or
rent anything, engage help or incurs
a situation, the Mall and Journal Is
the one paper in Moiine that can do
for you. Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants bring results. One-balf cent
per word is the prtce to all alike,
cash in advance; two-cent stamps will
do. . Evening and Saturday Mall and
Journal, Moiine. 111.
FREE Mysterious Raymond tells past.
present, ruture; gives advice on all
affairs, marriage, divorce, travels,
lucky days, numbers, etc., for mail
ing, etc.; three 2-cent stamps and
birth date; you will be. surprised.
Professor Raymond. 307 Bryan ave
nue, Peoria. III.
I heard you kicking the
other night about the
high rates you were
paying on your loan,
what about tlrat new
"Why, what company
do you mean, Ma?"
"It's the one everybody
is talking about. I see
it every night in the
want page of The Ar
gus. Let's call them
up, maybe we can have
our loan transferred
and get out of that high
rate rut." Write, phone
or call 177-W, 1801 12
Second avenue, Bock
Island, 111., for the best
rates on- household
goods, pianos, live
stock, diamonds, salar
ies, etc. Open evenings.
MGR. J. W. JONES.
FOR SAI.15 CITT PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Modern seven-room cottage
near Long View park, cheap for cash.
Address "J. X..." Argus.
FOR SALE A five-room house and two
lots; also pod barn. Inquire 2418
Ninth street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue; easy terms. Inquire at resi
dence. FOR SALE A five-room cottage, at
1610 Elght-enth avenue; fine location;
lot 6".-foot front. For terms inquire
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store with
flat above, located at 2736 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twenty
eighth street, city. j
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, new. In
tine repair; paved street ;casy terms;
liberal discount .for half cash. $1,050.
Llnlnger & Meyer.
FOR SALE Mwdern six-room house at
823 Forty-second atreet. Edgewood
park. Rock Island. Inquire C C. Coin.
2317 Fifth avenue. Moiine.
FOR SALE Seventeen-room rooming
house; good location; rooms alwa
111 led; party leaving city. For partic
ulars address "X. v.." care Argus.
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 Lots in Robinson's addi
tion in South Heights, from $300 to
$375; terms. $25 down, balance in live
years; a home on asy terms. Old
phone 1165-K. ?. W. i.obinson.
FOR SALE Eight-room modern resi
dence at 3S27 Vernon avenue, Chica
go; asphalt paving, good residence
district; might consider exchange for
Rock Island or Moiine real estate of
equal value. Address "L. M.," care
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Coal from Price banks;
$3.75 per ton. Old phone 839-Y.
FOR SALE Ohio seed potatoes at 2418
Ninth street. South Rock eland.
FOR SALE Large Barred Rock cock
erel at 1533 Twenty-fourth street.
FOR SALE -years
- A good draft mare, nine
Inquire 600 Forty-second
FOR SALE Cheap, one $150. check,
good on piano; 1601 Thirty-seventh
FOR SALE Two wainut beds and up
right piano, in good condition, at
1Z40 Second avenue.
FOR SALE One carload of horses and
mules in the rear of 801 West Second
street, Davenport, Iowa.
FOR SALE Oak and pine mixed kind
ling, cut stove lengths, at $3.0u per
load, delivered. Kalilke Bros. Phone
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once,
one Ideal carrh register ana one Hough
Security cadh. recorder. luquire ul
FOR SALE Some very nice late stylo
furniture, at a uacriiice; not damaged
in the least; must sell. Cull 1913
FOR SALE A $150 cash plana certlrt
cate on the Griggs Music House tor
any sum you wish to give- Address
"1., care Argus.
FOR SALE A tourist go-cart, in good I
condition; has runners to put over I
wheels. Apply 120a Twelfth street,
or phone 114S-L.
FOR SALE Cheap if taken at once, one
new Remington pump gun and leath
er case; also coat. inquire at 737
Fourteenth -and -a -half street.
FOR SALE Several tino large boned
White Wyandotte "";kerels; dandy
breeders; prices reasonable. Kd A.
Siemon. 1130 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. S. Hill, 425 Hendricks street, South
Rock Island, or The Argus office.
FOR SALE L. C. Smith typewriter,
latent model. In perfect condition and
practically new, only $. A new
Bennett typewriter, guaranteed ono
year, only $18. Newton Mercer, z
Mitchell & Lynde building. Phone
FOR SALE LAOS.
FOR SALE 22 acre slock farm; fine
Improvements: four miles from Milan;
price $100 per acre. Kcliiy Bros.
FOR SALE 40-acre farm, near Cedar
Rapids, Iowa; cheap and easy terms;
$7Tf an acre. Address "Farm,'' care
FOR SALE Land; a lady leaving this
part of country wants to sell ltiu
acres of choice Canadian land near
railroad station. Addsess "H. M. it.,''
FOR SALE Good truck farm In South
Rock Island; very reasonable price;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call cn Reldy Bros., room
4. Mitchell & Lynde building.
FOR SALE Several Improved farms In
Worth county. Iowa. These lurma are
level, black soil; none more than four
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
from $70 to $10 per acre. These iarmi
are all bargains. William Jennings,
liock Island house.
FOR SALE 52 acres 10 miles out, 32
acres cultivated, eix room house and
summer kitchen, barn 4Sx."i2, hog
house 14X4o; good well and cistern,
.some fruit, good I'am young draft
mares, cattie, brood sows, chickens,
all implements and WHgon, hav and
grain. $B.f00 $4. Too. t'l'orins)
Without personal. Also a-re proper
ty close in Moiine nt $.1."iii. Other
farms from 1,20 to 40 acres. W. C.
Wilson, R. F. r. No. 1, Moiine.
LADIES TAILOR ANIJ DHESSiMAKER
EST'ABLTSh'etTioJ U. iT Grabbed
ladles' tailor and dressmaker. Smart
tailored suits and gowns for all oc
casions. Exclusive and original de
signs, advance styles and perfect nt
guaranteed. ' Corset expertly fitted.
South Putnam building. Havenport
It.wa. Oid phone 15H2-M.
ANY one wishing to buy a piano, new ;
' or second hand, can have a $l',( cer- i
j titirate on same f ree of charge by
I tailing at The Arg,.s office. The per-
f son holding the certificate cannot :
I use it- !
i MASSAGE FOR MEN AND WOMFN 1
' Mrs. E. W. Miller, graduate museeuse;
electric vibrator treatments, vapor !
Laths, scientliic body and facial mas- j
sage, therapeutic lights, spinal treat-
ment, Swedish movements, etc. Hours '
xrom lo a. m. iu p. m. uemey tiuuu-
ing. suite 12. corner 1-uuriii and Brady i
streets. Davenport. Iowa. I
J. K. JANES AND E. J. GOILD- We
are prepared to conduct all kinds of
farm sales: pure bred stock, real es- 1
Late and general merchandise; pedi -
grees thoroughly understood and giv
en careful attention; special attention
and efficient service also given to
merchandise sabs; sales made anv-I
where. For dates and terms address
either party at It lit Second avenue.
Rock Island. I'hone 132.
AUTO ANJ) CARRIAGE BODIES.
CHARLES ACKERLY, manufacturer of
nana-tnaae nouies of all kind; aisa
auto delivery bodies; all work guar-j
an teed. Headquarters at KTockaa '
, Carriage and Auto shop. Old phone ,
west i 77-X. i
Petition to Trobate Will.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
Probate 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 Tersons Whom Tnls May Con
Notice Is hereby given tit on the
1Mb day of December. A D. 1910. a pe
tition was filed In the probate court ot"
Rock Island countv, Illinois, asking that
the last will a"-J testament of William
H. Weaver, c.-ceased, be admitted to
probate. The same retltion further
states that the following named per
sons are all the heirs-at-law and lega
tees: Mary Weaver, widow and legatee,
and the unknown heirs-at-law and leg
atees of William H. Weaver, deceased.
You are further notified that the hear
ing of the proof of said will ha been
st by said court for the 12th day of
January, A. D. 1911, at the hour of 10
o'clock In the forenoon, at the court
house In Rock Island. In said county,
when and where vou can appear. If von
se, fit, and show cause. If any you have
why said will should not re admitted to
probate. JOHN RINCJC
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. I'oyser. late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that she will apie:ir
before the county court of Rock Inland
county, at the county court room, in tho
city of Rock Island, at the February
term, on tho first Monday In February
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are not ill. -.1
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All per
sons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to tha
Datd 19tn day of December. A. D.
1910. EMSLX J. roYStCH.
Jackson. Hurst A Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of Charles M. Ilanna, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will at.l
testament of Charles M. llam a, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will arl'ar before the probate court
of Rock Island county, at the probate
court room. In the city of Rm-k llaml.
at the May term, on the first Monday in
May next, at which time all persons
having claims against Faid estate nre
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate air
requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 30th dnv of December, A.
D. 1910. ANNA E. I LA N N' A ,
Jackson. Hurst S: Stafford, attorney
of William II.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the I.i.-f will ami
testament of William II. Weaver, lale
of the county of l;o.ii Islrtii'l. st.ite of
llinois. d'-cascd. hereby (rives notice
tli:it slie will appear before I lie prohati-
court of Rock Island county, et the
probate court room, in the city of Rock
Island, at the March term, on the lirst
Monday In March next, at which time
all persons having claims against s.iid
estate are notified and requested lo at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons lnI-'lld to said
estate are requested to make limned In
payment to the undersigned.
Pated this 12th dav of Janu.irv. A. V.
1911. M Alt Y W K A V Kit,
McEnlry & McEnlry. solicitors.
MOXEV TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE security at
lowest rates. Ludolph Id yriolds.
lawyers. Itest block, corn r Seven
teenth street and Second avtnue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
lty at lowest rates. Marion E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms Si and 3., Mltch
eU &. Lynde building. Rock Island.
LOANS on furniture, planus, horses,
wagons, etc, quukly, privately, at the
'.uwesl. ratea. Mutual Loan Company
uninc), room 411, ituplc'a Nutiuual
bank building, ivoiv phono Olu'v; old
phone west 1-2.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money ou houcel.oiu guu'ls, iioraes.
wagons, etc.. without removal and
In a quiet way. Call on ua lor quit
loans. Fidelity Loau Company, rooui
4U3 Hest building.
MONEY LOA.bI to salaried people una
others, without security; miy pay
ment'. no pubtuit.. Call ai:t el our
terms and methods of Uuiug bumnexj.
Otlice hours. 6 a. m. to 6 p. m. Tele
phone north 2411. Victor JVluaace
Company, room z 6. ' McA.mii us build
ing, tiecond and Main street,. Haven-port-
IM KA'.t P-
FLfcS-ASANT F. COX Real estate ai. i
insurance. i.oaiis a specialty. ie.,t
ttre companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited, i'liones went ii, ai.ii
new 6172. Otlice at court house.
UENNKTT'S Insurance Agency Firo.
life, accident, health and plate glasa,
real estate and loans. Second lloor.
Safety building. Oiflce plionu went
WKti. Residence phone 73t-K. Open
Wednesday and buturdry nights.
WE WILL BOND YOU Kxecutors', ad
ministrators', guardians', tr-.-it.ecs' or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lodge and
society officers, city, aiate or U. to
government olli;iais, contractors, po
sitions of trust, in fact, any kind of
bond you waul (except bull bond.
Terms reasona le. Hayes Ac C'ieave
iand. resident managers, lldelily
Heposit Company of Maryland.
BI SIMS C II AM KS.
t'f HI KALE Confectionery
ftoi r. am) I
fixtures, including c
ciar an I toia eo ' Y
onlectlori' t j," cai . ' J
cases. Address "
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once, a!
lirct c'.as.t irc .it market doing I
biisiii' t-s. Ad'tre "Meat .".i.it k I. ' j f
i ai r Ails nr., yji iJiiuuv " . t .-.ci.
to begin a "Happy Nw Year"
would be to pay up all of your
outsttndlng bllia. We will loan
you enough moi'cy 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. 60 cents per wetk
pays a $25 loan in l wetkn; Jl.o
per week pays a $50 loan In 6o
weeks. l'ay monthly if you de
54 1 i
L'.ans on household goods, pi
anos, nxiures. uve iw k, etc., any
amount, ioii ur puui l time.
A letter or phone call will bring
our conttdential agent lo your
bou'o at once.
"PRIVATE AND RELIABLE."
Tk-ClI Lgssi Co.,
21H Brady street. Davenport.
Iowa. Old pioiie n-rth nzz.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
TRTO Iincr, NO. 57. A. F. A A. it
a Meets In stated communication
'lhe lirst Thursday of each
fr month. Special for work Thurs
dav. Jan nt 7:J' p. m. Th craft
are i-.ikI a'lv Invite.. Hy order of
Carlton i i T.ivlor, W. M. ; WlUUm H.
1'fltit, s. crf t.i ry.
Knek Island 'nntBiaadery.
NO !. K. T. Stated conclaves will be
held In Its asylum the second Monday
of each month. P. Orrrnawalt, E. C.j
R, CVIllerton. recorder.
Urvtkrrhd of America Vcwaa.
.-SCV x ROCK ISLAND HOME
f-'rtr 8761X0 NCX $J1. Meets
't ( second and fourth Friday
it j-f I evenings at Beaeiin s
PHOFESMO Al A T rOHXKYS.
torneyn-at-luw. Otnca In Hock Island
National bank bulluing.
bcA ULE & MARSHALL lawyers.
Money to loan on iiud real state
security. Kooma aoi and ui, &tty
bunding. Rock Island. Hi.
WALK. ICR. INGRAM b Wl ICN iCT At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to iO in on real estate. Hoonis Z00
ZGS. I'tople'a National bank bu:lding.
McLNIltY A McENHtY Attornes-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. Itelerences. Mitch
ell Ac Lynde, bankers. Office, Mllcbell
Jt Lynde building.
A well loca'eil lot on l?th street:
paving and sidewalks paid for;
a snap at SOTS.OO
A six-room nmiM In South Rock
Island, in good shap, nearly
We have two lots nn 1 street
aid 2th avenue; east front;
one l.s corner lot; at STSS.oe
A two-story house on 2fith Street;
two years old; has furnace and
electric llgms SS,2!iO
List your propertv witn us.
We write insurance; surety bonda
403 Best building. I'.'K'k Inland. 111.
IEiiEibIb2i:rc2 & Tca3L
INSU HANOI" AND REAL ESTATE.
120-acre Rock Island county farm;
fair buildings good lund; $63 per aero,
t)2-acre Kuck Island county farm;
good buildings; will take li.&Ot la
trade; $'.iu per acre
tttf-aiie farm; la'..- bulldmJ; will take
ll.uoo in trade; to per icra.
47-ac-ru luieaiue county rarm; a bar
gain; all level l Lid. tlij per acre.
'(40-acre larm. near railroad town.
Scott county. Iowa; $.0 per acre.
i acnu. two miles from railroad
town, and ujuite near Haveuporl, will
take i lu.ooo worth of Income property
on ihis larm; tl- per acre.
110-acre lariu. all level, near Milan;
ii.i per ucre.
lZu-acre farm, all level, near Rock
Inland; per acre
Uood ft-roum nouse on Z9tb street;
to close quickly, $2.jUU.
All model u b-rooui house on th ave
nue, J4.0 0U.
l-'ive-rooin cottage; lot COxliO; $1,300.
Two uil nioduru 7-1 oom bouses close
In. -i..oo each.
Lligi;ei-t l'.-t -f va'-ant lots Jn this
city lioiu J-.0 up. We loan money and
write liie Insurance. II you aro desir
ous of trading suinelliliig you don t
wai t lor suiiieiolng you do want, come
to us. We handle trade In any a lata
in the union.
Blaokenburg & Ulankeubur,
iV, Safety Uulldliia
FlltU I ! l it A. CIS.
t'i'he licit Is the Cheapest.)
FIRIi L1FK. LIOIITNINO AND WIND
STORM INHI KANCt.
Offl'-e, I'm Third avenue. Rates rea
ROCK IbLANI. ILL
(OMIItt HUM AM lit II.DEKS.
(fiicral Coiiliiii lots and ftuililers.
I All kinds ,,f
' M't.nr w oi k i
-l.lt II HHUIIill'le
i pen I it con I rac t Ing a nd
iniptly ini'l neally don
'i h i-.i. l ulu solicited,
i k Kuar ini
C. II. lu..V 1 r-ev iiteentn avenue.
I'lioi,.- w i rt lilt.
i'IIIUST I.AN'ii:, 1133 Sevi nteetitli
sit eel. 1'holl- Weill 1111.
Manufacturer.! of SMi. Doors, I lm li
and Stairs, interior nniMi of all kinds.
Hardwood necr Flooring, arid ileal
ers in Glass. 211 and 'Hi Llgotveiiin
IDtey ai Pay
You Uio l''UK consolered
r b day a ucccnoary tlrca-i.
Now you au consider It a
pleasure, fr the nw way Is
to let us hear tbe burden. Then
vn.Kh day is iu-.c,y a biattcr
of Kathei ii:i the sciled clothes
together. V. Iic-ii our waon
calls, igu day is over as fur
as you art; coin 'rued. Whe-u
ilie tloth: are returned they
iU be nixiiivJoly clean antf
delulitlully fit ii. Tin colors
will te bright, tl'O huttou tHl
to on, there will bo no rips or
trarb. v.ii-n you coi, aider tta
txyeuAti t f w thmg, tha price
you pay to l e!j, the cost of
fuel, the d-scoifort and ajftra
vatioii. you ay our way is
truly fct-ciK.ilcil. Hrop us a
boiiial or piiouo us now.
C01 TWELFTH 8THEET. BOTH