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THE ROCK IST7AND ARGUS, i -
FOOLISH QUgSTIOMS-ft& frTOffim-
York may hae a new aqnari
tim. to be the larreat and best equip
ped Institution of the kind In tbe
world, and the city will be asked for
a bond issue for the erection of a new
It la understood that the dry will be
asked for a total of aboat $1,000,000,
to be appropriated In installments as
needed. In addition to tbe cramped
quarters for visitors, the tank space
haa been found to be Inadequate. To
Invest the proposed enlarged Institu
tion with the best ideas which have
been worked oat In similar tnstitatlons
In the large cities In the world the di
rector. Dr. Charles n. Towasend, will
be sent abroad to Inspect the agaarl-
' tuns In Europe.
Owing to the enormous amonnt of
space lost In the present old building
on account of the thick walls and
bomb proof compartments the amount
of space actually available for the
work of the aquarium as it now
stands is a very small percentage of
the amount of area covered by the
building. The much needed addition
al space will fin ncquircd by the re-
How to Own The
: for 17c a Day
You don't have to draw on your
bank account when you pay on the
You neucl not disturb your dollars.
Keep them at work earning interest!
We offer our cewebt model, the
Oliver Typewriter No. 5 fresh from
the factory for . seventeen cents a
The plan l- printed m "black and
white" on tbe explication Llank
Simply fill out the i-iaiiK. attach
the sir, fill f:r.-.t payment, send it in.
and on vnrrr-a tbe O'.lver!
No teJ:cus wait! No red tape:
No long-drawn-out correspondence!
You iulrk!y o". a ycur Oliver and
scarcely notice tbo outlay. You can
have the tis of tbe machine while
pennies are "paying tbo freight."
You v!!l never Time a better
chance to test the power of pennies.
The Oliver is everywhere! (
It's the universal typewriter. Ree!s
off real work with the ease and speed
demanded by this mile-a-minute ape.
Wherever you turn !n business !
offices, great or email In the quiet i
of the home In the roar of the
railroad and telegraph service in
the seething maelstrom of modern
newspaperdom In countless kinds ,
of service it's the sturdy, strenuous
Oliver that's making "the wheels go;
The standard VisiM" . r.-ir.
Ycu need 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 $15 as
an evidence of good faith.
Your check is good or send
draft, postoffice or express money
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO. I
Gentlemen. I accept your offer of
the latest model No. S Oliver Stand
ard Typewriter (or 17 cents day.
Enclosed piea.se find fl& aa evidence
of good faith. 1 agree to uve IT
cents a. day and remit the balance,
fS. in monthly Installments. Title
to remain In your mim until ma
chine is paid tor.
Addrees. .. . . . . ..
to Be Enlarged
mow or tee great "thick walls and
bomb proof compartments and by
adding two stories to the height of the
present structure. This will provide
I, 692 running feet of glass, which is
practically three times the present ca
pacity, giving a p proximately 282 tanks.
Castle Garden, the building which
the aquaria m now occupies and will
continue to occupy, is one- of the most
plctnresiue structures In New York.
The general government erected It In
1S07. when the site was about 800
yards from the mainland, a part of
Battery park having since been made
by filling up the Bpace between the
shore at that time and the Island.
The structure was first known as Cas
tle Clinton and was a fortress, which
accounts for Its walls of fourteen feet
in thickness, supposed at' the time to
be bomb proof.
Fifteen years after Its completion Its
necessity as a means of defense pass
ed away, and the federal authorities
ceded it to the city In 1822. Two years
later it was leased to private individ
uals as a place of amusement, and Its
floor was laid out elaborately as an
Indoor garden. A 6tage was erected
at the north side, concerts were given,
and refreshments were sold to tha
audience, as In case of the less formal
musical hall entertainments of the
present time. The capacity at that
time was 6,000 people accommodated
In comfort, but as many as 10,000 have
leen known to crowd into-lt at a pinch.
In the thirties it became a playhouse,
and in 1847 the Havana Opera com
pany bepan an encapement there, sing
ins such operas ns "Eruanl," "Norma"
and "La e?onnnmIila." Signor Ardltl,
Tatti's conductor, vras the musical di
rector and Sigunrina Detusco the prima
A Inter event., however, made Castle
Garden famous as a place of amnse
tiont This was the appearance there
of Jenny Llnd in a concert on Sept.
II, 1S0O, under the icjmajremeni of I.
T. r.arnum. To this and to the fact
that the city Un welcomed there such
distinguished persons as the Marquis
de Lafayette when he returned to
America in 1.S24. General Andrew
Jackson In 1SC2 and President John
Tyler In 34S the building owes its
tlnim. to historical Importance and in
terest. Castle Garden's career as a theater
ended in May. JS5.", when the build
lnp: wr,s turned into a depot for the
reception of immigrants. In 1879 Its
intrrlor wa dnMroyed by rJre, but the
thick vrrtlls remained Intact, and the
interior was soon reconstructed. It
v.-as turned over to the park depart
ment and converted into an aquarium
about twenty y:r.rs tifrn.
Seeks Serum to Prevent or Cure In
The Iv. Maitl.ind Alexander, pas
tor of the First I'reshy terian church
of rittsourg, w ho is worth $20,000,000,
and his wife ns much more, is experi
menting on monkeys in the hope of
finding a serum or cure for Infantile
paralysis, the disease from which less
than 15 per cent of its victims recover.
Dr. Alexander has for many years
been connected with the Allegheny
General hospital, and it Is there that
the experiments are now being car
He now has sixty monkeys in a ci:ge
in the pathological department, and
they are being utilized dally for an ex
change of blood with sufferers from
the dread disease.
Cotton Company For China.
A company. $in,(ioo,00 pold capital.
Is forming to grow cotton in Chosen.
Korea. Experiments In growing bare
been sncces.f ni.
Wife Got Tip Tep Advice.
"My wife wanted me to take our
boy to the doctor to cure an ugly
boil." writes I. Frar.kel of Stroud.
Okia.. 1 said "Put Bucklen's Ar
nica Palre cn it. She did so. and
it cured the boil in a short time."
Qu'rke.st healer of burns, scalds, cuts,
corns, bruises, sprains, swellings, best
pile cure on earth. Try it. Only 25
cents at all druggists.
I1DIKV TAU.OIt On IIHESSMIKER.
Lidies' Tailor and Irf smaker. Smart
tailored suns and gowns for all oc
casion. Exclusive and original de
signs, advance styles and perfect fit
i.irantM . Cort expertly fitted.
Snath I'-itnim building, Pivapnrt,
limt old phone i:-!2-.l
ABvrittcrs or title.
ATTRACTS of title prepared or coo
Ucued to date covering" any real e
tate ia the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at - -socable rates
Hock Island Title A be tract com
cany; J. J. Ingrnn. president; W. J.
eweeney. secret ry ; Zes-201. second
floor. Peoples National . bank auild-
rOR REJTX' ROOMS.
FOR RENT Large modern farnlsned
room at 2T33 Blxtii avenue.
FOR RENT Modem furnished front
room at 1130 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping- at 307 Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished room, modern
and up-to-date; 2018 Fifth aveno.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for llarht
housekeeping- at 821 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room for lig-ht
housekeeping- at 1309 Fifth avenua.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room at
1515 Seventh avenue; references re
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, strictly
modern; rent reasonable. Inquire at
637 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, all
modern conveniences, use oz pnone;
710 Twecty-nrtry street.
FOR RENT Modern furnlahe room
suitable for on or two g-enuemen at
3716 Fifth-and-a-half avenua.
FOR RENT A nicely farntshod room
in modern home; location oentral; use
of phona; 13X8 Second avenue.
FOR R.B5NT Two rooms, furnished eom-
f lete for light housekeeping, close In.
nqaire 62 Twenty-first street.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, suit
able for ll&Tht housekeeping; also one
furnished sleeping room; at 416 Eigh
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
with board, suitable for one or two
gentlemen, at 821 Eighth street; ref
FOR RENT Two rooms, suitable for
liarht housekeeDlnar. modern, and via
of phone. Inquire at 1129 Fourteenth-
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
llsrht housekeeping, with aras. heat.
and modern conveniences, at S19
FOR RENT Three suites of furnished
rooms for lisrht housekeeping; also
three suites on second floor, at 615
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room, strictly modern, suitable for one
or two gentlemen, witn or witnout
board. Apply 1230 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room, with
board, suitable for one or two; gen
tlemen referred; entirely modern;
references required; 321 Eighth street.
FOR RENT Flat of three rooms, with
gas range, electric light, also use of
phone, to party wltnoiK cniiaren pre
ferred. Inquire at 1027 Fifteenth
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
iteht housekeeping; everything mod
ern; use of old phone; on two street
car lines; suitable tor man ana wire;
1517 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT Tn good location, near car
line, gd sized unfurnished room.
convenlitly arranged, for light house
keeping, suitable tor one or two per
sona. Adores s. E. sz, care Argus.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, suitable
for light housekeeping; strictly mod
ern: also two sleeping rooms, lnclud
lng one large front room; at 1807
Sixth avenue. Inquire 1134 second
FOR RET HOCSES.
FOR RENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern Improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island.' H. II. Ouyer.
FOR RENT House at 1117 Sixth ave
nue; has water and newer; $10 per
month. Inquire at 419 Seventeenth
FOR RENT Four-room modern flat,
with ?ttam heat, $17 per month, at
120 Third avenue. Inquire at same
FOR REXT 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 83-acre farm; good build
ings and fine water. Llnlnger & Mey
er. 1810 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Nice store. 22x55. at 613
Seventeenth street: eight yars a mil
linery store. Inquire upstairs.
MONET TO LOAN.
lOANS ON REAL ESTATE security at
loweet rates. Ludolph & Reynolds,
lawyers. Best block, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONET TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms 32 and 35, Mitch
ell & Lynde building. Rock Island.
LOANS on furniture, plaaoa, horses,
wagons, etc., quickly, privately, at the
luwest rates. Mutual Loan Company
(uslna). room 411. People's National
bank building. KT? phone 6102; old
phone west 133.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY or loaning
money on household goods, horses,
wagons, otc. without removal aad
in a quiet way. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan Company, room
403 Best building.
MONET LOANED to salaried people and
others, without security; easy pay
ments, do publicity. Call and gat our
terms and methods of doing business.
Office hours. 6 a. m. to 6 p. m. Tele
phone north 2411. Victor Finance
Company, room 6. McManus build
ing. Second and Main streets. Daven
port. LOST a.vd rorsD.
I.OPT A corduroy lsprohe; liberal re
ward for return to Vil-her's garage,
IMS Fourth avenue.
FOUND A pair of gentleman's nose
glasses in Bleuer's case. Owffer may
timvf; same by railing at Argus office.
FOt"Nr A bunch of keys, near Long
View park. Owner may have same
by calling at Argus office and paying
for this ad.
LOST P.eagle hound I female), white
and tla-k with tan head, six months
old. Return to 610 Seventh avenue
LOST Between Seventeenth and Twenty-fourth
ft reets and Serond and Third
avenues, a gold belt pin with three
pink f-oral -ts. A reward for return
to Argus offl-e.
LOST Between Sacred Heart church
and Twenty-eighth street and Eighth
aven'je. a pair of amethyst rosaries
on gold rhain. Return to 225 Eighth
avenue and rerelve reward.
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 service also given to
merchandise sale; sales made any
where. For dates and terms address
either party at 1810 Second avenue.
Rock Island. Phone 1329.
AUTO AND CARRIAGE BODIES.
CHA RlTlc8JAOifERLT?Jman u fict orer f
hand-made bodies of ail kinds; also
auto delivery bodies; all work guar
anteed. Headquarters at KJockau
Carriage aad Auto shopL Old phoo-
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED A young man to work for
his tuition at Brown's Business col
lege. Inquire of principal.
WANTED Three boys over 16 years of
-age. for drill press work. Rock Is
land Manufacturing company.
WANTED A reliable painter, one who
can etripe. Apply Rock Island Man
ufacturing company. Fourteenth ave
nue and First etreet.
WANTED Agenx; earn $25 per week
taking orders for out rate groceries;
something entirely new; no experi
ence needed; outfit furnished free.
Independent Grocery company, Day
WANTED At once. 600 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 appUcatlon blank, enclosing
stamp. Address "R. M. & V.," care
WATTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A cook at 2325 Seventh ave
nue. WANTED M mi aery makers and -trimmers.
Apply at Young & McCombs.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework; no washing; at 320
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework; good wages; at 2786
WANTED Olrl acquainted with res
taurant work; room at same place;
2106 Third avenue.
WANTED A middle aged woman as
night cashier at Janes restaurant,
1810 6econd avenue.
WANTED A competent girl to do
housework. Mrs. H. H. Cleaveland,
805 Nineteenth street.
WANTED A reliable, experienced girl
to do general housework. Apply at
613 Twenty-third street.
WANTED A young lady to work for
her tuition at Brown's Business col
lege. Inquire of principal.
T ANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework; good wages, and no
washing. Apply at 104 Thirteenth
WANTED A middle aged woman to do
general housework; good, reliable wo
man desired. Address "M. C. 10." care
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework; good wages. Apply
to Mrs. C. L. Thompson, 920 Nine
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 Universal company, desk A,
Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED To buy or rent, invalid
chair. Inquire E. H. Hill. 325 Twen
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms
within five biorks o postoffice. Ad
dress Box 4.rS, city.
WANTED Tour amateur finishing at
the Brown Studio, over Ifartz's drug
store, corner Third avenue and Twen
WANTED To lease for a number of
years, 4.000 ur fi.Ou't square feet of
floor spac in business district. Ad
dress "Space," care Argus.
WANTED A hotjp ekceper ; one who de
sires a home rather than large salary;
tio obje-ction to woman Wita one or
two children. Address "R.," care Ar
gus. WANTED Boarders; modern conveni
ences; working men especially desir
ed; eight blo ks from Rock Island
plow works; hve blocks from town;
630 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 phono west 164.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly called for and de
livered. Mrs. Luclla. Tittering ton.
1448 Fourteenth street. Old phone
WANTED One, two or three unfur
nished rooms in modi-rn house by a
young married couple without chil
dren, withing eight biorks of Market
square. Address "J. R.," 219 Seven
WANTED Nursing to do by the day by
experienced nurse. Addrwss "A. K.,"
WANTED Position by thoroughly ex
perienced man in rlothing, men's fur
nishings and shoes, about Feb. 1; first
(lass reference. Address "J. E. It,"
HOt SRH V.TEI.
VK can pet you a tenant for your vn
cant house or rooms if you telephone
or send us a postal as soon as vacant.
We do not eharge for thi3 service.
Summerfleld's. 113-llii East Second
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once, a
first class meat market doing good
business. Address 'Meat Market,"
care Argus, or phone west 1001.
CARD OF TI1AKKS.
WE wih to thank the many friends and
neighbors for k'.ndnopses shown us in
out late bereavement; alxo for t!ie
manv b.A;itiful floral offerings. Mrs.
H. R"ttiST and family.
I heard you kicking th3
other nfiht about the high
rates yon 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
abotit. the Cut Rate Loan
company. I pee i', every
night in the want pap of
The Arrus. Let's call them
op, maybe we can have our
loan transferred and get out
of that hiah rate rut."
Write, phone or call 177-W
or 1801 Second avenue,
Rocfc Island, 111., for the
best rates on household
goods, pianos, live stock,
diamonds, salaries, etc.
Mgr. J. W. Jones
FOR SALIC -CITX PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Modern seven-room cottage
near Long View park, cheap for cash.
Address "J. X.." Argus.
FOR PALE Three lots on Thirtieth
street and Eighth-and-a-half avenue.
Inquire at TOl Twenty-third street.
FOR BALE Eight-room house, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue: easy terms. Inquire at resi
dence. "FOR SALE At a bargain, a store with
flat above, located at 2736 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 halt cash. $l.a0.
Lininger A Meyer.
FOR SALE Modern six-room ho-.ise at
823 Fortv-second street, Edgewood
fark. Rock Island. Inquire C. C. Coyne,
317 Fifth avenue. Moline.
FOR SALE Modern sis-room house at
828 Forty-second street. Edgewood
?ark. Rock Island. Inquire C C Coin.
317 Fifth avenue, Moline.
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 la Robinson's addi
tion In Booth Heights, from 3300 to
8375; terms. $15 down, balance In five
years; a home on easy terms. Old
phone 1165-K. 3 W. lioblnson.
FOR SALE Eight-room modern resi
dence at 8827 Vernon avenue. Chlca-
Jo; asphalt paving, good residence
istrlct; might oonslder exchange for
Rock Island or Moline real estate of
equal value. Address "L. M.," care
FOR SALE Choice lot 87x103 feet, cor
ner Sixteenth street and Tenth ave
nce; one acre, with five-room cottage,
barn, chicken house, good well and
cistern, corner Eighteenth avenue and
Thirtieth street; must he sold by
March 1. Mrs. J. W. Barrett. Old
phone west 1205-L; 1012 Nineteenth
FOR SALE: MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Coal from Price banks;
$3.75 per ton. Old phone 893-Y.
FOR SALE Ohio seed potatoes at 2418
Ninth street. South Rock sland.
FOR SALE: Large Barred Rock cock
erels at 1633 Twenty-fourth street
FOR SALE: Two walnut beds and up
right piano, in good condition, at
12S0 Second avenue.
FOR SALE: A Remington typewriter,
cheap If taken at otice. Address Gem
cafe. 1926 Third avenue.
FOR SALE $1S buys new Bennett type
writer. Call room 62, Mitchell &
Lynde building. Rook Island.
FOR SALE Three single comb Rhode
Island Rod cockerels. Cnll Twenty-second
Ftreet, or phone Ri'.s-K.
FOR SALEr Tncubiitor; als.i AVhlte Wy
andotte chickens. Inquire at Twelfth
and Aiken streets, South Rock Island.
FOR SALE: Oak and pine mixed kind
ling, cut stove lerrfrths, at $3.50 rer
load, delivered. Kahlke Bros. Phone
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once,
one Ideal cash register una one Hough
Security cash recorder. inquire at
FOR SALE Ray road horse, eiht years
old. sound; also new Velie tiugy. atil
harness; outfit $2')0. Clirlsl tlosch.
It. R. 3. Milan. 111.
FOR SALE Smith-Premier typewriter,
in very good condition; price $30. Ap
rly Rock Islan'l Brewing company,
3146 Fifth avenue.
FOR PALE Twenty-three weeks' tui
tion in Brown's Mii.-'.iiess rolltac; will
pell cheap. Address E. L. Fadden.
1820 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Several fine large boned
White Wyandotte ""ckerels; dandy
breeders; prices reai"nable. Ed A.
Siemon. 1130 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Che:ip if ti,kcn tit once,
eitrhr he;ul of h-rses, consist int of
workers nnd drivers: nlso three team
ing nngons; at I'jIS Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE: A fully enulrred well pay
ing pool liml, in one of the best loca
tions In the three cities, at Invoice
price. For particulars address "274,"
FOR SALE A first class grocery bus
iness in Rock Isl.tnd; good location;
enjoying good trade; a money maker.
For particulars address " Jrncery,"
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. 42.j Hendricks street. South
Rock Island, or The Argus oftice.
r()R SALE Well established meat bus
iness in city of 1 -J. mm Inhabitants,
equipped with ammonia i cooling
Hvstem; centrally located; tine husi
n ss; good r'-ason for selling; Inves
tigate. W. A. Knapp. Joliet, 111.
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE: 224 acre stock farm; fine
Improvements; four miles from Milan;
price $100 per acre, lteldy Rros.
FOR SALE Good truck farm In South
Rock Island; very reasonable price;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call cn Reldy Bros., room
4, Sultcbell & Lynde building.
FOR SALE: Several Improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa. These farms art
level, black soil; none more than four
miles from tailroad. Prices ranging
from $70 to $!') per acre. These litrmi
are all bargains. William Jennings.
Koi k Island house.
ORK'JON FARMS 10 to 640 acres, for
t?,cK $10 down and $10 a month; with
each farm will be Included a town lot
Hi Klamath Falls Or.-, population
f ami; nil It nnd 2'l-.'icre trtn ts; are
looted in the riramlf Ronde fruit
district. J- K. Kerns, uxent. l'j'j
S-oond aver. .;e. Rin k Island, 111.
FOR SALE -A farm that will pay for It-
If. lor a t eq in i t.e "ecoii.i wrgut dairy
ur.1 the lara'-st grrpe produring county
in California; transportation excel
lent; all market facilities; aMuvnt
soil equal in qnalltv to Cnlifomla'
best; small radi payment and easy
payments thereafter. It yi i want to
know how to make it pay for itself,
ai-k for booklet F. Thomas K Car
penter Co.. room 40g 5 Wala:.h ave
nue. Chicago, lil.
Ml "LTIi'LE LL ECT ROL Y H I si- H pe r II u
ous liairs on face and arm perma
nently removed with one to six
needles; fo-jr to six hours' work In
one with six; treatments given at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A. M. Klttiidge, Flat 1.
Argyie Flat.. Rrady street. Haven
poit. Old phone 2136.
LET Fross do your paper hanging; 1 j
r r.ts a roll, wall paper si 4 cents n
roll and up. 2"Zl ixiti avenue.
IK YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or incur
a situation, the MaU and Journal is
tbe one paper In V.o.ine that can do
'. for you. Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mall Ou Journal
wants bring results. Cme-hait cent
per word is tne price to all aliae.
tuh lo advance; two-cent atautpa will
do. Evening and fcaturday Maai and
Journal. Monne. Ill
EIPRKM A0 ITOItlGB.
1 .xl A.lLXr o 1 ililAOS. OU lirt Iluvl .
ale mauu.ai-1 urer ui a-u.tis. leaf, ' 1
wagon covers, etc. Tenia for real. H. '
. Rofcsaler 4a Co.. 209 Urteentij street. ! 1
m r. r -Tf ' r4t C.-V. li'-fck-J.' lis -l
, Admiatntratrli' Notice,
Estate of Arthur A Poyser. deceased.
The undersigned having be--n ap
pointed administratrix of f.e estate of
Arthur A. Poyser. lute of the i i.ly of
Rock Iland. stn'e .f Illinois, d.cea e.;.
hereby Rices notice that s ic will Bpi'.;r
before the probate court of Reck Island
county, at t:ie probate court room, t n the
city of Rock Island, at tne March
term, on the first Mond.iv In March
next. t which time all persons hdvirnr
claims against said es'ate are r.otlie.i
and requested to attend for the piirpo-f
of having the same adjusted. AH per
sons indebted to said estat" a'e roq ui sl
ed to make immediate payment to the
Pated 26th dav of Jar nary. A. D.
1911. EMMA J. l o .;:.'.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, uttorney.
Rxrca tor's Notice.
Estate of Charles at. Ilanna. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Charles M. Ilanna. late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will appear before the probate court
cf Rock Island oounty, 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 8Cth day of December. A.
D. 1810. ANNA E. H ANNA.
Jackson. Hurst A Stafford, attorneys
Estate of William IL Weaver, de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last wl'.l find
testament of Wllllaru H. Weaver, late
of the county of Ro"k Island, state of
lllnols, deceased, hereby Rives notice
that she will appear before the probate
court of Rock Island county, at tlio
probate court room. In the city of Rock
Island, at the March term, on 'h first
Monday in March next, at lvnlch time
all persons having claims aaalnst said
estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the rurpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons Indebted to shil
estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to the undersigm d.
Dated this 12th day or January. A. D.
1911. MARY WEAVER.
McEniry McEnlry. solicitors.
Estate of Christian Naab. deceased.
The undersigned having been up
pointed executrix of the last will nnd
testament of Chrlsl'ati Naab. late of
the county of Rock Island. t.tate ol Illi
nois, deceased, herehv iiilves notice thai
siie will appear before the pnni.it''
court of Bock Island county, Ht the pr -bate
court room, in the cit ot Jtoek
Island, at the April term, on the nisi
Monday in April nexu Ht which tlm" all
persons having claims against said es
tate are rioiiiicd an 1 requested t at
tend for tlie purpose of ha log th" same
adjusted. All persons ind- bled to said
estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the- undersign, J.
inted this :27th dav d .laim.irv. A. I .
If 11. lUMASNA NAAB.
Albert, llnber. attorney.
Estate of llasillus Winter, dicensed.
The underslxiied having In cn ap
pointed executors of the last will and
testament of Basilius Winter, late of
the county of Rock island. Mate o. Illi
nois, deceased, hurliy fc'e notice tiat
they will appear beiore tin? probat
court of Hock Island county, at Uie pro
bat; couit loom, in the city of iloek
Island, at tbo April term, oil the tirM
Monday In April next, at which tlm.! all
persons nnviug claims ngaiut bald es
tate are tioinie.l and n-i -jested In at
tend for the purpose of having the sai:i"
adjusted. All persons indebted to said
estate tre requested to make immediate
pain.-nt to tne undersigned.
Jiated this 7th day oi January, A. I).
1911. JOHANNA W1NTKK.
LOCUS J. WINTISI:,
Albert lluber. attorney.
Admlnist rulor'n .Nut lee.
Estate of John Garvin, deceased.
The undersigned having Ic .u :-p-point.-d
administrator ol the state of
John iSarvin, Into of tin- count of l;o.-K
Island, stale of Illinois, ! eea.i'-d. toii -by
gives notice that lie will appear nc
fi.re the probate court of Um-k I hind
county, at the pilmtc coutl room, in
the rity of Krck Island, at the April
term, on the llrst Monday lti April in si.
at which time all persons having olaur.s
against said estate am imtliied ai.d re
quested to attend for the purpo-e of
having tin! isame adjusted. All iumi
indebted to nald e.date are n-iiii .-i-il to
make immediate payment to the under
signed. lated 81st day of January. A. I . B11.
THOMAS J ; A K V I N,
Adrnlni -it i ator.
McF.niry McEniry. solicit..! s.
1X81 RAM C
TlEASANT F. COX Iteal eatate an
insurance. Loans a speilalty. Bst
Hit companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. 1'hoiiea west 22, and
new t172. Office at court house.
BiCNNET'TS Insurance Agency Fire
life, accident, health and plate Kl.jba,
real estate and luuiitt. Sucund lioot,
Salety 'building. Ollice pnone went
kilt. Residence phone 720-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturdry nights.
WE WILL UONL YOU Executors', ud
mlnisiraluis', guardians', truai'ri' or
any kind of judicial bonds, luugeit and
society olllcers, city, state or U. b
government ortl;iai; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you wan) (except bail bonds;.
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave
land. resident managers. Fidelity &
Ueposit Company of Maryland.
MASSACi L Ff R MEN AM) WOMEN.
Mrs. E. W. Miller, graduate inasBeuae;
electric vibrat'.r treatments, vapor
bathb. scientific body and facial mas
sage, therapoutlc lights, spl.-.al treat,
ment, Swedish movement, etc. Hours
from lo a. m. to K p. m. Henley budd
ing, suite 12. corner Fourth and Brady
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
HENRY OAETHJE Proprietor Ciiip
plannoek nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store. 16u; '
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
'. lhii uii n.izri -'.JsatJ sj ijnxn
to begin a "Hsppy New Tear"
would be to pay up all of your
outsttnding bills. We will loan
you enouga money to settle up
everything you owe, and our plan
enables you to return the loay In
no 11 a. nail amou.i'.H that you will
col notice I.
For Instance, 60 cents per week
pays a Hi loan In E'l wtilei; 1 2 i
per week pays a tU loan in V
weeks, fny tnoutmy If you de
sire. L'.ans on household goods, pi
anos, lixtures, live skm k. etc., any
amount, long or short time.
A letter or phono call wl.'l bring,
our confidential aei.t i,j jour
hou'C at once.
-FRIVATE AND RELIAMLE."
TTri-Ciliy Lab Co.,
21fc Brady street. Itavenport.
low. Old phone norm Zl'.
Open Wednesday and Matarday
TRIO LOnOE, NO. 7. A. F. A. M
Meets in state. 1 cotumunlrat lort
V Vf" first Thursday of en'-li
'' month t ' r . tn Bv oid'r
t-f Car: ton ;. Tnlnr, W. M; William
V.. 1 ' tt i t. s. i rMa y .
Ituck Islaa4 "mmnndery.
NO :l. K. T. -Silted con.-l iVi s will be
l.eal in Its aj l.n tne s- onJ Mtndiy
of fuel' nontii I'. i lr u:i Wait. 1 C;
K. C. Willcrton. recorder.
UnilbrrbiiuJ t Amertraa 1 ramm. -
ROCK ISLAND IIOMT.
ETEAD NO. 8891. Meets
'" '' JjV second and fourth FrUU
..r f v- .7i evenings t Brse'.ln's ha.
is&2 ' CHAKLEj empkk.
JACKSON. HL'KSr UTAFFOHIl At-tornaya-at-law.
OTt In Rock Island
National bank building.
SEARLE MARSHALL Lawyers. I
Money to loan on auod renl estate '
security. Rooms t'.l and ul, feaiety
bunding. Ruck Island. 111.
WALKER. INGRAM A 8 WEEN ICY At
torneys and cuuuaelors at law. Money
to loan on real relate. Rooms
SOI, l aople's Nuiloua.1 bank building.
McENIRY A McENIRT Attorne e-al-law.
Loan uiuney on good security;
make collections. Refeienoea. Mitch
ell & Lynde. bankers. OClce, Mllcbell
& Lynde building.
Hcall Estate Hmvcs!S
A well located lot on 12th street:
paving and sidewalks paid for;
a snap at f73.0e
A s'.-rooin nous In H.iutn Rock
Island. In good shapo. nearly
We have two lots nn 9 Vi street
ard a'ith avenue; east front;
one !. corner lot: at 97ZHM0
A two-story house on ifith street:
-two rears old; has furnace and
clectil- llnis tzaO
I.1t your property witn us.
We writ insurance; nurety bonds
40j Best building. Bock Island, 111.
INSURANCE AND REAL EHTATKL
120-aere Rock Itland county farmj
fair buildings, good land; !ui per acre.
82-c:e Kock Island county farm;
good buiiuit.K.-; will take li.luu In
tra ; t:;'i pur ki ra
Ha-ai te iinn, lalf bulldl"-;; Will take
Jl.U'u in trudj. fi'j per cre.
4-acie S lii'.i si.ic county farm; bar
gain; all Ic' 1 1 LiuJ. tl-j per acre.
24u-ucro tunu. rear railroad town.
Si oil county, lowu; JjO per acre.
2tJ ai-'i'ts, two u.ilis from railroad
t vi n. and iiuiie iic.ai 1 a vt-iiporl ; wil
take ilt.uoii worth T linoinu piopeily
on thin l. i.rm, llili p r aire.
ilO acie mini, all icvet, near Milan;
Jtj ifr ucre.
12o-i'.cre f t-.riii. all ieei. near Itock
ll.l.nd. lj i.if '.IU- "
Cioua -! '.. in m. u e on 29tb street;
to . lose o,uielvly, -.j'o.
All ii.o'liin 6 loom nouiu on ath ave
I ive-rootn cottage; l-t f.OxltO; $1,300.
'i.'. o All ne del :i i-ibuiii bouses close
In, i.i.L a each.
l.oi(it i't f vs ant lots In this
cu iioni i- n up. ''"' loan money and
wr.te tut iiiaurance. If ou are otsir
i.u of tiudin siiinelltlng you clout
I tor fuaidiiliio ou do want, come
to us. We ban lit; liadis In any Stat
in tae union.
l;lankcnLur & Klunkeuburg,
SOS bnfety Buiblliu
UHli IN.11UAM ii
t'fne Beit in tlie Cheapest.)
l lli. Lli E. LKJ1ITNLM1 ASH WIND
Ofilce. 17i T.iiia avenue Rates rca
ROCK l.-LANU, ILI
- - -J
UlMiUCIIIIII AM HI ll.llt.lllt.
ti'i iK'tuS .dm Ur mitl liullilers.
All kiims ef (aipenier . on t r ac 1 1 ug and
repair vsi'i it I I oinpl .' mi l neatly Hum ,
lit i.'dviiaii.i' 1 t I' ' Hula Bom in d. i
Work H'.ai.inti . i
t;. II. iw.-., Ijjj h' unio nth uvtttuu.
I'llOln: We.- I lill
ClIKiVl' LAMiK, 112:; H"V nteentn
ttreel. 1 IIOI1.1 M:1 1 I 1 i.
Man'ifact'.irets of hush, foor.l. Plmfla !
and btair. Interior iiiiimIi of all kinds, j
1 lard v. ood Vinnr 1 11.; ' Um, ami deal- I
ern in Oiann. 411 and Zii LIk attentu '
f trei t.
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Pay a It
Vou have long considered
h 'i (Jay a t,u t oMary cliead.
Nfiw il cull eoiib.tltT it a
IdeajiiM-, Jo.' tii; Iji-w way 1
lo let u tj-;nr ttiH burOen. llita
wa.li day ia merely a matter
of KalheilLiK t li o soiled, cloth
tojfeiLtr. V, lien our wagon
Ciiii.t, waali aay in over a far
a you aro com f pec!. V.'utn
tht cl't.'ie!! ari return'jd they
will t! poiltiiwly clean aud
J lU'.f'tf uliy fr .-:i. TL color
will oe ,;i.;l.f, tl... liuttonn Will
be on, tii'-.'e, v,iIJ Lu ijf rip or
leaid. u he, 1 yo'i (oniilder the
tiI.-uK3 fif aslins;. the jirlce
you puy to lie!o, tli'j cost of
fuel, the ili..' orniort and aera
va'iori, you v, ; i I i.ay our way ts
truly :.'jt;i 1 i I' a). Irop us a
1,0.,. a 1 or .ioui; us tiow.
CCI TWELFTH STREET. BOTH