Newspaper Page Text
ITHE ROCK ISUASTD rARGtJS, THURSDAY, JANUARY. 26, 1911.
FOR RE5T BOOMS.
WASTED SULB HELP.
fSTT MATTfeA WJtVaJ, AVTHCR
Moscow High Flyers Perform
Stunts That Outdo Idle
BALLET ROLLS IN CAVIARE
Young Russian Has Ietaurant
Plastered and Kngsg"s Dancers
to Wallow in It.
! If yon would see the rich Russia
of the middle classes spending monej
In luxury and meaningless excesses
you should go to manufacturing Mos
cow. There is the money. There they
made it, and there they spend it. There
la Indeed a fairly close approximate
of the life of the people of this class
and the millionaire descendants of the
early millionaires of the United States,
How to Own The
for 17c a
You don't have to
bank account when
draw on your
ou pay on the
You neod not disturb your dollars.
Keep them at work earnluti interest!
We offer our newest model, the '
Oliver Typewriter No. 5 fresh from i
the factory for seventeen cents a '
The plan i- printed in "black and '
while" on the application blank :
Simply fili out the "oiariK, attach ;
the small fir; i-nyiuiit, tend it in,
and on comes tbe Oliver! f
No tedious wait! No red tape!
No lcnf;-ci rawn-out correspondence!
Yu c;ti;,--'vTy o. n your Oliver and
scarcely notice the outlay. You can
have the uso 'of u.e machine while '
rrr.r.ics pro "paying t!ie freight."
You w!l never Time a better'
chance to test the ro-.vir of pcinics.
The Oliver is everywhere!
It's the universal typewriter. Reels
eff real work with the ease and peed
demanded by this mile-a-minute age.
Wherever you turn in busine.-s
offices, great or small In the quiet
of the home in the roar of the
railroad and telegraph service in
the seething maelstrom of modern
newspaperdom Jn countless kinds
of service it's the sturdy, strenuous
Oliver that's making "the wheels go
The standard Visible V. ritcr.
You ned your Oliver now. It's
yours almost for the asking. The
biggest hundred dollars" worth in
America for seventeen cents a
Send along the application blank. ;
with a small first payment of 515 as?
an evident e f good faith.
Your check is good or send j
draft, pestoffice or express money j
THE OI.ItKU TYPEWRITER CO.I
Oer.tl-di. I accept your offer of
the latest model No. 5 Oliver Stand
ard Typewriter for 17 cent a day.
Enclose U pit-ase find $16 as evidence
of good faith. I agree to save 17
cents a day and remit the balance.
:n iiioiiliily installments. Title
to reuii.ni iu your nauio until ma
tuut is paid for.
vaTTr Aw- vNOODeN"
STyfF, St put
according to an account In the London
Some of the beat judges declare that
even in Paris the Moscow ways of pre
paring food are hardly bettered.
"Cochon de lait Moscovlte," or sucking
pig, Is seen on nearly every dinner ta
ble. Hundreds of these young plga
only about a week old and ready for
the oven are seen in every market, and
they are roasted whole as a bird
Caviare Is served with specially
made little cakes, crisp and dainty.
But better than this is the sterlet,
which the epicures of the world know
to be the finest eating flsh. It is a
condition for the enjoyment of the
sterlet that It should be eaten fresh,
and at one of the chief restaurants In
Moscow the sterlets are kept In a tank,
and the diner catches his own from it
and Las it cooked for him.
There are no sterlets in London, but
they have been as far as Paris, for
the czar's chef Cubat got them there
by filling their gills with breadcrumbs
which had been soaked in brandy.
They were unconscious during the
Journey, but revived when placed In
water again in Paris.
The cellars of Moscow contain the
best vintages of wine that are known,
and the prices do Justice to the vin
tages as they do in no other capital.
8o to dine a la mode in Moscow is tc
TRAINED BE IRS FOR EPICURES.
One might instance the case of a
highly intelligent trained bear that
thought and counted. It was seen at
exhibition by one of the prodigals
bought for a very large sum and or
dered to be cooked for a dinner party.
The only doubt in the matter arose
Rome months afterward, when the
owner had another performer which
he said he had trained in the mean
time, but which some people consid
ered had a peculiar resemblance to the
one that was believed to have been
Then there was a host who took out
ell t?je wires and work from a highly
n . . , . I n -wm nrl w. t n n ffNnnnl i w nil '
t-iuu, i' " FOUND A pair of gentleman's nose
the holes inside, and then poured in j glasses in Bleuer's case. Owner may
champagne until it was full" and set i have samc calling at Argus office.
fl suineiency of sterlets swimming In LOST Saturday afternoon a pair of
it. leaving the guests to come and take spectacles near Majestic theatre. A
their own in the usual way. office"1 f Sme t0 Ar?U3
There is another example in the ens-! '. !
ral visit of one of the rich young,
Moods to a certain cafe chantant of a
s-.i' erior lurd. where a small ballet'
was In progress. Young Dives had the '
restaurant e'eared of tables and chairs.
pent out for caviare and had It pasted j
all over the floor until there waa not j
un inch that was not black with it, i
anil then by instruction and at a j
price the j-ir!s of the ballet in their i
pretty costumes came on to this floor i
f.'.k! lav down on it end rolled from one j
side of the room to the other.
NATIONAL WEALTH. GROWS.
Averags Per Capita In 1731, $183; In
Dr. Adam Seyaert, Americas earu
e:t statistician, made the first compu
tation of the United States national!
wealth for the year 1791. His totai !
w:;s $750,000,000. The following Ug '
ure. are for the moet part deduced ;
from the censuses and are increasing j
Many I.in k Wand Readers Have ;
If rani It and Profited Thereby. ,
"Good news travels fast." and the j
thousands of bad back sufferers in i
Kock Island are glad to learn that!
prompt relief is within their reach. '
Many a lame, weak and aching back f
is bad no more, thanks to Doan's j
Kidney Tills. Thousands upon !
thousands of people are telling the!
good news of their experience with i
eld ouaker remedy. Here is an ex
ample worth reading:
Gustave I.. O.istrom, West Ex
change street. Geneseo. 111., says:
"About three years ago I took Doan's
Kidney rills and the contents of!
three boxes brought the most satis-
factory results. At tht time I suf-j
fered a great deal from ba:!:rrhej
and was annoyed by dull pains across
hi-.y loins. Other symptoms of dis-!
iord-red kidneys were in evidence, the
j t hief one being a too fre-joe-it dc
jsiro to pass the kidney ?r?iIons.
I tried a great deal of medicine but
was left for Doan's Kidney Pills
! to relieve me, I havo hH no return
attack ar.d for that reason, I shall ;
i always have a good word for Doan's
j Kidney Pills."
! For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Bcf
jfalc. New York, sole agents for the
, t'ntt.1 States.
I Rttiiember the name Doan's
i and take no other.
FOR RENT Furnished room, modern
and up-to-date; 2018 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room suitable
for gentleman; modern. 602 Twenty
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
suitable for one or two, at 207 Thir
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping ;close in at 526 Twenty-first
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms at S28 Eleventh street on
Blue car line.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, strictly
modern; rent reasonable. Inquire at
687 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Two or three nicely fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping
at oe Twenty-iourm street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
suitable for one or two gentlemen at
Z71& f irtn-and-a-hair avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
suitable for one or two gentlemen
use of phone: 602 Twenty-fourth
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 furnished room
with board, suitable for one or two
gentlemen, at 821 Eighth street; ref
FOR RENT Two suites of. furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, on first
noor; aiso two suites on second noor;
at oia xwenty-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 Furnished rooms, suitable
for light housekeeping; strictly mod
ern; also two sleeping rooms, Includ
ing one large front room: at ISO
Sixth avenue. Inquire 1134 Second
FOR RE.fT HOUSES.
FOR RENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. E. H. Quyer.
FOR RENT Modern six room house at
749 Twenty-third street. Inquire at
same number. Old phone west 815-Y.
FOR RENT Modern house, five rooms
hall, bath, good basement, electric
lights, hot water plant at ill Forty-
FOR RENT Five room cottage, city
water ana sewer, at ia2o Tenth avenue.
Inquire 192') Sixteenth street. Old
phone west (45 Y.
FOR HK.T FLATS,
FOR RENT Five-room flat; J12 per
month; at 1S17 Fourth avenue. In
quire at same number, or call old
phone west 823-K.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; all conveniences. In
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice Buite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room 100. F. K.
FOR RENT S3 -acre farm; good build
ings and fine water. Lininger & Mey
er. 1810 Third avenue.
FOR RENT 21 acres of farm land on
Thirty-eigth street within seven
blocks of Elm treet car. Call or
address 1222 Thirteenth street, Moline.
FOR RENT Hall; a few vacant nights
left In K. of C. hall for lodge meet
ings or small dancing parties. Inquire
at Montgomery &. Campbells JJye
works. ls09 Second avenue.
LOST AND FOUND.
rj--'"0 i u
found A lady s gold watch; owner
E. M .,"
t-mum uu it;a litis
LOST. hL,lt huoillr. KntUrv
evening on Fifteenth street between
Third and Eleventh avenues. Notify
Tiie Argus or phone west 1203 L for
FO'.'ND A pair of nose glasses, Sun
day morning, near Seventeenth street
and Second avenue. Owner may have
same by paylr.g for this ad and call
ing at Reidy Bros.
LOST Between Seventeenth and Twenty-second
streets and Second and
Fourth avenues, a small gold fob with
fine locket attached. Notify Evan's
lunch wagon. Seventeenth street and
Second avenue for reward.
PROF. KIIIRON Clairvoyant. Swed
ish Olive building, Moline. Readings
25c and 50'-.
as modern times ar
,. Jl,C72.P0fl K
3.764. t.'W.tm ,
6 I74.0O3.0CO r
l i.iss.oro .ooo ;
94 OO0.O00.000 i
Roughly, this is a
net Increase o: i
about 3 per cent per annum, com
pounded annually. The result is pro
digions and a legitimate source of na
tional pride. Average capital per cap
lta In 1791 was $1S3, and with a pop
ulation Increased to 92.000,000 the av
rage capital has grown to $l,3o!) pe. ,
News For the Hairless.
Tonics may be applied as the hah !
fa being combed by a comb invented bj
Maryland woman, baring .hollow i
perforated teeth and a reservoir oi '
Old Soldier Tortured.
"For years I suffered unspeakable
torture from indigestion, constipation j
and liver trouble," wrote A. K. !
a war veteran at Erie, Pa.,
"tut Dr. King's New Life Pills fixed
me all right. They're simply great." j
Tiy them for any stomach, liver or
kidney trouble. Only 25 cents at all j
news ail the tlxce The 1 1.4
WANTED Young man acquainted with
city for collector. People's Store, 819
WANTED At once, a good boy: deliv
ery and general work. Adams Wall
WANTED Six young men for news
service on passenger trains; good
runs. Inquire 3120 Fifth avenue.
J. J. Grier News Service.
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. I1L
WANTED At once, 500 men, 20 to 40
years old. for electric railway motor
men and conductors; $60 to $100 a
month; no experience necessary; fine
opportunity; no strike; write immedi
ately for application blank, enclosing
stamp. Address "R. M. & V.," care
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A girl to assist with kitchen
work. Apply upstairs, over Turner
WANTED A woman to do washing
and ironing. Apply 909 Twenty-third
WANTED A young girl to assist with
housework. Apply 609 Twenty- third
WANTED Chocolate dipper at the But
falo Candy company, 539 Fifteenth
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 1005 Sixteenth street, old
phone west 1213 K.
WANTED A mlddl aged woman a
night cashier at Janes' restaurant,
1810 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
near car line; board If desired; refer
ences required; 2--14 K:ghth avenue.
WANTED Olrl to do general house
work in family of four; no washing.
Call 536 Twenty-third street. New
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework In small family (with
or without washing). Apply "at 1S03
fit in avenue.
WANTED A middle aged woman to as
sist with nousework in the country
only two In family: good wages. Ap
riy at z;.u rum avenue.
WANTED Apron makers; stamped ad
dressed envelope for particulars.
standard Apron ilouse. 432 East For
ty-seventh street. Chicago.
WANTED Stenographer, permanent
position ir sat isiaciory. Annlv at of
fice of Hamm Brewing company. 2424
inird avenue: old phone west 1037
WANTED General cleaning and work
to no iby the day. For particulars
can west izoZ n..
WANTED To rent, a small cottage, at
once, ny reiiaoie party. Address Bert
Stimpson, Moline, 111.; general deliv
ery. WANTED Your amateur finishing at
the Brown Studio, over llartz's drug
store, corner i nira avenue ana Twen
WANTED Work by day, such as clean
ing, scrubbing a nd dusting offices
by reliable woman. Call old phone
WANTED Bundle washings and iron
ings. Including mending; excellent
laundress of experience. Address "A.
L. Y.," care Argus.
WANTED To rent, a six or seven
room modern house. In good location,
by young coupiq without- children.
Address Y. ..y care Argus.
WANTED Boarders; modern conveni
ences; working men especially desir
ed; eight blocks from Kock Island
plow works; five blocks from town;
t);su l wen in street.
WANTED To buy, anything you have
tor sale, or sen you anything you
want to Duy. uive us a call for elth
er. Cole & Bower, K-G3 tSecond ave
nue. Old phone west 164.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains
work promptly called for and de
livered. Mrs. Luella Titterlngton,
144 ourieenin street. Old phone
experienced nurse. Address "A K."
WANTED Situation by experienced
clia lfTeur: can give references. Ad
dress V. Larson, Cleveland, 111. Box 15.
CAItD OF THANKS.
THE daughters of the late Samuel Blair.
jr., wish to express their sincere and
heartfelt thanks to Rev. Mr. Hum
phreys, also to friends and to mem
bers of Milan camp. iM. W. A., and the
Mystic Workers, for assistance ren
dered and sympathy shown them in
their recent bereavement.
EXPRESS AND STORAGE.
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc Tents for rent. B.
Roessler l Co.. 209 Fifteenth street,
opposite the court house. Kock Islanq
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a
very valuable caedicine for throat and
lung troubles, quickly relieves and
cures painful breathing and a dan-J
gerous sounding cough which indi
cates congested lungs. Sold by all
m "SAY, FA
I heard you kicking the
other night about the high 3
rates you were paying on
your loan, what about that &
new company's rates?"
"Why, what company do
you mean, Ma? ' It's the
one everybody is talking
about, the Cut Rate Loan
company. I see I. every
night in the want pge of
The Argus. 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
or 18014 Second avenue.
Rock Island. 111., for the
best rates rm household
goods, pianos, live stock,
diamonds, salaries, etc.
Mgr. J. W. Jones
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: aiso good barn. Inquire 2418
Ninth street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Eight-room bouse, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue; easy terms. Inquire at resi
FOR SALE A five-room cottage.
1610 Eighteenth avenue: fine locstion
lot 65-foot frout. For terms inquire
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store with
flat above, located at 2786 Fifth are
nue. Inquire K. Thonn. 610 Twenty
eigntn street, city.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, new,
fine repair: paved street :easy terms
liberal discount .for half cash. Jl.oiO.
Lininger & Meyer.
FOR SALE Modern six-room house a
62S Forty-second street. Edgewood
park, Rock Island. Inquire C. C. Coin.
an rlltli avenue. Moline.
FOR SALE: A good house and lot
1729 Twenty-ninth street; house prac
uca.uy new; lot 42x123; reasonaDi
terms. Come and investigate. Call a
FOR SALE Lota In Robinson add!
tlon in South Heights, from 8300 to
j;o; terms, 826 down, balance in Df
years; a horn on easy terms.
pnone ll6a-K ZP. W. i.oblmen.
FOR SALE Eight-robm modern resi
uence at 32 ernon avenue. Chlca
go; asphalt paving, good resident'
district; might consider exchange fo
Kock Island or Moline real estate o
equal vaiue. Address "L. M., care
FOK SALE HI3CELLASEOIS.
FOR SALE Coal f-om Price banks
J3.7o per ton. Old phone &93-Y.
FOR SALE Ohio seed potatoes at 241
isintn street. South Kock sland.
FOR SALE Large Barred Rock cock
ereis at lu33 Twenty-fourth street.
FOR SALE A good draft mare, nin
years old. Inquire 600 Forty-second
FOR SALE Cheap, one $150 check
good on piano; 1001 Thirty-sevenli
t UK saljzj two walnut beds and up
right piano, in good condition, a
1230 Second avenue.
FOR SALE One carload of horses and
mules in the rear of sol West Second
street, Davenport, Iowa.
FOR SALE Three Plymouth rock cock
erels and a doreir pullets. Call 'a
1611 Fourteenth '.-a street.
FOR SAt.li Oak and pine mixed kind
ling, cut stove lengtus, at ttf.uo per
load, delivered. ivauiKe Bros. Phoue
SALtt cneap. ir taken at once,
one Ideal cah register ana one Hough
Security cash recorder. Inquire at
FOR SALE A tourist go-cart, in good
condition: lias runners to put over
wheels. Apply 1205 Twelftn ' street,
or phone 1 14.S-L.
FOR SALE Cheap if taken at once, one
new iterningioii pump gun and leath
er case; also co.t. Inquira at 73
Fourteenth -and -a-half street.
FOR SALE Several One large boned
White Wyandotte rocKereis; dandy
Dreeders; prices reasonable. Ed A.
biemon, 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
W. S. Hill, 425 Hendricks street. South
Kock Island, or lhe Argus olhce.
FOR SALE I 'arty leaving city, will
sen tne iouowmg nousetioid goods:
one cupooaru, one loiuing la, tine
kitchen cabinet, one extension table;
otner miscellaneous articles, inquire
ZUUb bixtti avenue, city.
FOR SALE L. C. Smith typewriter.
latest model, in perteel condition and
practically new, only Jijo. A new
Bennett typewriter, guaranteed one
year, only J1S. Newton Mercer.
Mitchell & Lynde building. Phone
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALh 224 acre slock farm; fine
Improvements; four mllca from Milan;
price Jlou per acre. Kcldy Bros.
FOK SALE Good truck farm In South
Kock island; very reasonable price;
good bouse and outbuildings. j-'or
particulars call cn Keldy Bros., rooru
4, Mitchell & Lynde building.
FOR SALE Several improved farms In
Worth county, lowa. These 1 arms are
level, black aoll; none more than four
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
from 70 to $ a 0 per acre. Thesu farms
are all bargains. William Jennings,
Kock Island house.
FOR SALE 52 acres 10 miles out, 32
acres cultivated, six room house and
Bummi-r kiteiieii. barn 4hx."2. hog
house 14X40; good well and cistern,
some fruit, good team young draft
mares,, cattle, brood bow, chickens,
all Implements and wagons, hay and
grain. JtJ.RoO $4,7o0. (Turns)
Without personal. Ali-o acre proper
ty close in Moline at $350. Other
farms from 1.200 to 40 acres. v. c.
Wilson, K. F. L. No. 1. Moline.
LEARN practical dressmaking and la
dies tailoring ana be independent and
self-supporting. We teach you to cut.
fit, design and matte your gown from
your own materials. Start right, and
right now, for the spring season. O. JL
Grabbe, Ladies' Tailor and Dress
maker, South Putnam building, lJu v
enpert. Old phone 10S2-M. Estab
FOR HE N'T.
ARE you looking for a house or vacant
rooms? Then como In ted see our
list. Nearly every vacant house la
the tri-citles listed with us. No
charge. Suinmerilt-ld's. 113-lla Last
Second street. Uavei.port.
AUSTKiC'IS OK TITLE.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to dale coveting any real es
tate in the county. 1'rouipt and ac
curate service at ' lsunuoit rules.
Kock Island Titie A on tract Com
pany; i. J. ins'"". tria:uei.t; W. J.
eweeney, secret' ry; 200-203, second
ll'-oi. Peoples National ban's build-l.ig-
f I S C K 1 . 1. A N EO L' ft.
ljy YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anyUiiiig, engage Leip or secure
a situation, the -Ja.l and Journal is
the one paper in Moline that can ao
' . for you. Mail aud Jo.jr.ial wauts
ate popular, aud Mail ant. Journal
wants crlr result. One-half cent
per word is the price to ail alike,
cash in advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mali and
Journal. Moune. Ill
Ml I.IIIM.i; ELECTROLYSIS.
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSirf Superflu
ous hairs cn face and arms perma
nently removed witn one to six
need I en; four to six hours' work in
one with s:x; treatments given at
home 'unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Mis A. M. Kittridge, Flat 1.
Argyle Flats. Brady street. Daven
port. Old phone 3124. Office cloaed
until Jan. 24. lirlL
Proprietor CMp- j
Cut ftowars and
designs uf all kinds. City store. lg7
feecocd avenue. Telephone) Ilia.
Estate of Arthur A. Poyser, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Arthur A. Poyser. late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice tha't she will appear
before the probate court of Km k Island
county, at the probate court room. In tlu
city of Rock Island, at the March
term, on the first Monday in March
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the same aiju-ated. All per
sons indebted to said estate are req nest
ed to make immediate payment to the
Dated 26th dav of Jamiarv, A. D.
1911. EMMA J. POYSER.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Exeetttor's Net lee.
Estate of Charles M. H.mns.. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Charles M. llanna. late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will appear before the probute 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 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 persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 30th dav of December, A.
D. 1910. ANNA E. HANN'A,
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, attorneyr
of William IL Weaver,
The undersigned having been p
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of William H Weaver, lat
of the county of Ito.Tt Island, state o
Ilinols. deceased, hereby gives notlc
that she will appear before the probat
court of Rock Island county, at th
probate court room. In the city of Kock
island, at the March term, on 'he nrs
Monday in March next, at w.ilch Mm
all persons having claims against sal'
estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose or having the sam
adiusted. All persons Indebted to sal
estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 12th day of January, A. D,
1911. MARY WEAVER.
McEnlry A McEnlry. solicitors.
WONF.V TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE security
lowest rates. i.uaoipn & lteynolds.
lawyers. nest oiock, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
lt at lowest rates. Marion E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms 32 and 35. Mitch
ell A Lynde building. Rock 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, it err phone StlVj; old
puone west lii.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loanlDK
money on nousenoiu gooas, horses,
wagons, etc.. without removal and
in a quiet way. Call on us lor quick
loans, r icemy uoan company, room
4u3 Best bulldlD.
MONEY LOANED to salaried people and
others, wimuui security; easy nay
menu no publicity. Call and aret our
terms ana mtiuuui oi uoiug business.
Ouice nours, a a m. to o p. m. Tele
phone north 2411. Victor Finance
Company, room zt. AicManus build
lng, Svcond and Main streets, Daven
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate au
insurance. Loans a specialty. Kest
lire companies represented. Your oat
ronage solicited. Phoues west 22, aud
new oil Z. umce at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, heaitu and plate glass;
real estate auu loans, becond noor,
Safety building. Oulce phone west
sati. Residence phone 73U-K. Open
Wednesday ana emiuruay nights.
WE WILL BOND YOU Kxecuturs'. ad
ministrators, guaraians, trustees or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodges and
society orncera; city, state or u. b.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you wan! (except bail bonds J
Terms reasona tie. Hayes A Cleave-
land, resident managers, J Idelily tt
Deposit Company o Maryland.
FOR SALE Confectionery store and
lixtures, inciuaing cigar and tobact
cases. Auaresa tontecuonery, ' care
un SAl.ti ineap, ir laaen at once, a
llrst class meal market doing good
business. Address "Meat Market,"
care Argus, or phone west lool.
E. JANES AND E. J. GOL'LD. We
are prepared to conduct all kinds oi
farm sales; pure bred stock, real es
tate and general merchandise; pedi
grees thoroughly understood and giv
en careful attention; special attention
and efficient service also given to
merchandise salm; sales made any
where. For dtes and terms address
either party at 1810 Second avenue,
Kock Island. Phone 1329.
ALTO AND CAKKIAf.E BODIES.
CHARLES ACKEKLY. manufacturer of
hund-made bodies or all kinds; aUo
auto delivery bodies; all work guar
anteed Headquarters at Klockau
Carriage and Auto shop. Old phone
MASSAGE FOR MEN AND WOMEN'.
Mrs. K. 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. rn. Henley build
ing, suite 12. corner Fourth and Brady
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
A (Ssadl Way
to begin a "Happy New Tear
would be to pay up all of your
outsltnding 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 tnat you will
i,ol notice IU
For Instance, 0 cents per week
pays a lii loan In b'l wr ka; f 1.20
per week pas a i0 loan iu v.0
weeks. Pay monthly if you dt-
L'.ans on household goods, pi
anos, fixtures, live stock, etc., any
amount, long or short lime.
A letter or phone call will bring
our confidential agent to your
hoo'c at once.
-PRIVATE AND RELIABLE."
TirC&7 Lsi3 Co.,
21H Brady street. Davenport,
Iowa. Old phone north iilZ.
Open Wednesday and fcaturclay
l it li) LODOK, NO. 57. A
F. A. M
Meets In stated communication
the first Thursday of eac:
month. Special for work Thurs
day. Jan. 2. at 710 p. tn. The craft
are toriliallv invited. i:v order of
Carlton ti Taylor. W. M.;"WtUiam P.
Rek Islassd ('ontmnndrry.
NO. IS, K. T. Stated conclaves will bn
held in Its asylum the urcoud Mnnriar
of each month. P. tSrrcnu wl t. fcl C;
R. C. Willerton. recorder.
Urafrao4 ( A merle a a Trsmfa,
ROCK ISLAND HOME'
STEAD NO. 121. Metis
'& -jf (i. V second and fourth Friday
vsnlogs at Beselln'a hall.
PROFESSION" A I. ATTOIl N E YS.
JACKSON, HUKST A STAFFORD At-torneys-att-iaw.
Ollc a In Kocs, island
National hank building
SrSAKLlU Si MARSHALL lawyers!
Money to loan on suod real aatata
security. Rooms 3ui and 304. Safety
building. Kock island. 111.
WALKER. INGRAM A SWEENlCT At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to ioan on real estate. Kootivs 20U
202. People's National bank building.
McENlKY A McENIT.Y Attoroes-al-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers. OUice, -MilcUall
A Lynde bulldlna-.
A well loca'ed lot on 12th street;
paving and sidewalks paid for;
a snap at a73.00
A six-room nouse In South Rock ,
Island, in good shape, nearly
We have two lots nn 9 street
at d XOth avenue; east front;
one la corner lot; at ST23.0O
A two-story house on 2th street;
two years old; has furnace and
electric lights 02,33
List your property witn us.
We write Insurance; surety honjs
405 Pest building. Rock Island. IlL
Ecclblbirdl & Toma.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE.
Oly PrQjpeirfty 212nd
120-aere Rock Island county farm;
fair bulldlna. good land; 165 per acre.
2-acre Kock Island county farm;
good buildings; will lake 12,600 la
trade; SKo per acre
lib-acre farm; fair bulldini; will take
Il.ooo in trade; tin pr acre.
47-acre Wlnieaiue county rarm; bar
gain; all level land; tlx per acre.
240-acre larm. near railroad town,
Scott county. Iowa; LH per acre.
ZSO acres, two miles from railroad
town, and quits near Davenport; will
lake S16.000 worth of Incotua property
un this larm; I12j per acre.
110-acre lanu. all itvtt, near Milan:
tbi per acre.
120-acro farm, all level, near Kock
Island, tl- Pr acre.
Uood s-rooin nouse on Z9ta street:
to close quickly, S2.000.
All modern s-ruom bouse on lib ave
Five-room cottage; lot fiOxlSO; I1-S00.
Two all modern 7 -room houses close
In. tJ.000 each.
Kiagest list c-r vacant lota in this
city tiuui S2t0 up. We loan money and
write nre nisurance. ji you are desir
ous of trading something you don't
wart for something you do want, coma
to us. W e handle trades in any state
In the union.
Blaakenburg & Blankeubaj-g,
IOC Safety UuildlJus.
(The Best is the Cheapest.)
FIRE, LIFE, LIGHTNING AND WIND
Office, 172s Third avenue. Rates raa.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CONTItACTOItS AND UlILDEKS.
General t'outraxlor? ami ISullder.
All kinds of carpt-nter contracting and
repair work promptly and neatly done
at reasonable prices. Klda solicited.
Work guui ii tt-cil.
C. 11. Tu.n.n, 1020 seventeenth avenuo.
Phone west 14 1 :i.
CHRIST LA.NtiE, 1133 Seventeenth
street, phone wist 1114.
Manufacturers of Sash, Doors, minds
and Stairs. Interior finish of all kinds.
Hardwood 'Veneer Flooring, and deal
rs In Glass. Ill and Hi Elgnteeniu
2iy si Pay 2
You Lave long considered
w&rh day a necestiary dread.
Now you tau consider It a
pleasure, for the new way la
to let 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
aa you are tout trned. When
the clothes are returned they
will be spotlessly clean and
delightfully fresh. The colors
will be bright, the buttons will
be on, there will be w 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 say our way is
truly economical. Drtap us a
postal or pAioiu us
601 TWELFTH STREET. BOTH