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THE "ROCK ISUAXD ABGTJS. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1011.
ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE"
(Continued from rage Two.)
merited Valentine dryly.
"And the third as the first male offl
cer In the Gate of nope society," Mrs.
Webster proudly declaimed.
"Yes." agreed the other charity
"Treasurer:'" the ex-conviet queried
"No; secretary!" both the ladies cried
"I hold that honored position now,"
resumed Mra. Moore, "but were yon
willing to accept It we would pay a
salary. We agree thnt your knowl
edge of the the"
"The Inside," suggested Valentine,
"Exactly would be a great help to
"Then you accept, Mr. Valentine:-"
"No, ladies," decisively.
"You refuse the position?"
"Yes. ladies. In fact, I decline all
The (late cf Hope representatives
rose and npsumpd expressions, of ex-
How to Own The
for 17c a Day
You don't, have to draw on your
bank account when you pay on tin '
penny piaa. !
Ycu ntiod cot disturb your dollars. 1
Keep there at work earning interest' !
We offer our newest model, the !
Oliver Typewriter No. 5 fresh from j
the factory for seventeen cents a j
The plan 1? printed in "black and '
white" on the application blank '
Simply fill out the blank, attach '
the small first payment, send It in,
and rn comes th'e Oliver:
No tedious wait: No red tape! :
No leng-drawn-out correspondence: ,
You quick'y cn your Oliver and '
scarcely notice the outlay. You can '
have the use of t!te machine while !
pennies arc "ravin;; the freight,"
You will re-.or rate a better
chance to tor; :' ;ovcr of pennies
The Oliver is everywhere?
It's the universal typewriter. Reels
eff real work with the ease and speed
demanded by this mile-a-minute age.
Wherever you turn In business
offices, great or small in the quiet
of the home In the roar of the
railroad 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
Th standard Visible ''..tit
You need your Oliver now. H'b
yours almost for the asking. Tlie
biggest hundred dollars' worth in
America for seventeen cents a
8end along the application blank,
with a small first payment of $15 as
an evidence of good faith.
Your check !s good or send
draft, postofflce or express money
THE OLIVER TV PEW BITER CO.t
Gentlemen. I accept your offer of
the latest model No. 5 Oliver Stand
ard Typewriter for 17 cents a day.
Enclosed please nr.d 115 as evidence
of g-ood faith. 1 agree to save 17
cents a day and remit the balance.
185. In monthly Installments. TiU
to remain In your name until ma
chine is paid for.
Address. .. .
f. j A
Ip MfiL-s. SHtTt
WHY WOOWL SHU
TRY TR.s ivJ
treme ' Indignation at the unexpected
repulse and refusal of their well
meant but ill advised offers.
"Ingratitude!" they exclaimed.
Valentine, who had deprecated their
advances because of their evident mis-
trust of him in spite of his pardon, as
! shown by the nature of the positions
j they had offered him. resolved on a
j course of action that would, he
i thought, dispose of them and at the
: same time afford him a long craved
i "No; please do not say that," he
: protested elaborately. "No. no. I re-
fuse the positions you offer me be-
cause I fear the world would mlsun-
' "What do you mean?" asked one of
1 the ladies. .
"Oh. you see." went on Valentine
j whimsically, "If I accepted help from
'. you ladles the world might say that
' you er you were in love with me!"
"Oh-h-h."' ejaculated the astonished
"Let the world say what It dare:"
! proclaimed the pedantic Uttle Mrs.
Moore, lifting tier ch:ii defiantly.
"And so K.')dHy. my dear ladies."
' said Valentine, bowing almost to the
YVfih mzT In their glance and their
. wall;. chins ji!!l noses pointing almost
' toivnnl tii'.' ceiling, the two members
of t!-' ';,ni of Hope society stalked
out r t he li tel parlor.
.I!nn:iy Va!e:!tine. chuckling In his
amusement, sank into a chair to await
tlie return of Miss Lane and her father.
Miss I.!i:tH Kose Litre- the girl who
had sived him from the horrors of
that "bit of ten" at Sing Sing. How
beautiful she was, he murmured. She
bad a hart. And she cared something
for No. 12b0:that was apparent. Just
bow much did she care? Just what did
she care? If a man lived straight he
might in time win such a girl for his
own. Yes; that was life. And Jimmy
Valentine now had his chance to "go
straight." he reasoned. Stranger things
had happened. The girl had revealed
already, bad she not. that she knew a
prison sentence could not kill the good
In n man if a single germ of it yet
lingered in him? The old life was be
hind lilm cow. The future gleamed
bright and beckoned him on. Never
again would he
"Jimmy. Jimmy!' A harsh whisper
hissed its way into his ears.
Jimmy Valentine started - up In
amaze. That voice, that whisper! lie
h;;d not heard it since the night ths
Hartford "bulls" had broken up that
midnight surprise party in the vaults
cf the Tilth National bank.
Hardly believing his ears, hardly
daring to turn, yet be did turn, and he
saw, crouching half behind one of the
red velvet-portieres of one of the hotel
parlor entrances, the figure of Red the
face and the brick red hair of Red
Flanagan, his old time coworker.
City of Three Kings.
Do you know what city has been
given the name of the City of Three
Kings? It is Cologne, in Oermaay,
and the reason is that it is In Cologne
that the three "kings," or "magi." or
"wise men," who went to Bethlehem
(o offer gifts to the infant Jesus are
supposed to be buried. According to
an ancient legend, their bones were
brought from Milan to Cologne by the
Emperor Frederick Barbarossa In
11R2 and presented to the archbishop
of Cologne. Visitors to the cathedral
are shown the supposed souls of the
magi, studded with diamonds and in
scribed with the wise men's names in
rubles. St. James Gazette.
Two yo'inc women were talking
over their restaurant luncheon the
other day about the quality of a cer
tain prima donna's voice.
"Oh. she con sin.?." cried one of
them enthusiastically. "She certainly
csn slnjr. Music like that would coax
AjwjIIo from his lyre."
The other jrirl rushed and looked
troubled. After a slight pause she
spoke In Gentle reproof.
"I don't want to correct yon. dear,"
she said. "But don't you think that
word Is usually pronounced lair?' It
Is spelled 1-n i r, you know." Phila
Tm afraid. Edward you're marry
ing roe only Iwause I've Inherited
from my uncle 100.000 crnwns."
"Why. Hlanche. fcow can you think
that of me? Your uncle Is nothing to
me. I would marry you no matter
from whom you inherited the money."
Piecing ths Clama.
Juie (to burglar on tlal Hare
you anything to say, prisoner? Bur
glar Yea. your honor. I was only act
in on me doctor's advice to take some
thin afore coin tcr bed. Host on
rOR RETT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 1521 Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT Large modern furnished
room at ztsi sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern 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 avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping at 1303 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms in
modern home at 530 Twenty-tnira
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, strictly
modern; rent reasonable. Inquire at
537 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished spom. all
modern conveniences, use of phone;
10 Twenty-fifth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
suitable for on or two gentleman at
2715 iitn-and-a-nair avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
with board, suitable for one or two
gentlemen, at 321 Eighth street; rel
FOR RENT Two rooms, suitable for
light housekeeping, modern, and use
of phone. Inquire at 1129 Fourteenth-
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, with gas, heat,
and modern conveniences, at 1!
FOR RENT Three suites of furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; also
three suites on second floor, at 515
1 wenty-second street.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room, strictly modern, suitable for on
or two gentlemen. with or without
board. Apply 1230 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping: everything mod
ern; u." of old phone; on two street
ear lines; suitable for man and wife;
1517 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, suitable
for light housekeeping; strictly mod
ern; also two sleeping rooms, includ
ing one large front room; at 1807
Sixth . avenue. Inquire 1134 second
FOR KENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street, Hock Island. 11 H. Guyer.
FOR RENT Four-room modern flat.
with steam heat; JIT per month; rent
J13 In summer; at 12f'fi Third avenue.
Inquire at same number.
FOB RENT .MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
ugntea otnees; an conveniences. In
cluding elevator service, roomy vault
etc.; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room 10U. F. K
FOR RENT 8 3 -acre farm; good build
ings and fine water. Llnlnger & Mey
er. 1810 Third avenue.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOl'NP A pair of gentleman's nose
glasses m Bleuer s case. Owner may
have Fame by calling at Argus office.
LOST Party that picked up brooch on
Long View car Sunday eve kindly re
turn to 923 Fifteenth street or this of
fice and receive reward.
LOST Between Seventeenth and Twenty-fourth
streets and Second and Third
avenues, a gold belt pin with three
pink coral pets. A reward for return
to Argus office.
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING
LEARN practical dressmaking and la
dles' tailoring and be independent and
self-supporting. We teach you to cut.
fit, design and make your gowns from
your own materials. Start right, and
right now. for the spring season. O. H.
Grabbe, Ladles' Tailor and Dressmak
er. South Putnam building. Daven
port. Old phone 1592-M. Establish
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at once, a
first class meat market doing good
business. Address "Meat Market,"
care Argus, or phone west 1001.
EXPRESS AND STORAGE.
RELIABLE STUKAUE On first auor,
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent, ti
Roessler Sc. Co., 209 Fifteenth street,
opposite the court house. Rock Island
HENRY OAET1IJE Proprietor Chip
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store. 16uv
Second ivMiue. Telephone 1110.
AUTO AND CARRIAGE BODIES.
hand-made bodies of all kinds; also
auto delivery bodies; all work guar
anteed Headquarters at Klockau
Carriage and Aut shop. Old phone
Tommy Pop, what Is ennui T Tom
my's Fop Ennui, my eon. is a disease
that attacks the people who are so
lary that they get tired of resting.
I heard you kicking the
other night about the high
rates yon were Dayina on
your loan, what about that
new company's j-ates?"
"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 page of
The Argus. Let's call them
op, maybe we can have our
loan transferred and get out
of that high rate rut."
Write, phone or call 177-W
or lSOli, Second avenue.
Rock Island. III., for the
best rates on household
goods, pianos, live stock,
diamonds, salaries, etc.
Mr. J. W. Jones
WASTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Men under Zn; mail service.
I. S. S.. lo4 Iowa avenue. Cedar Rap
WANTED A young man to work for
his tuition at Brown's Business col
lege. Inquire c;f principal.
WANTED Three boys over 18 years of
age. for drill press work. Rock. Is
land Manufacturing company.
WANTED A reliable painter, one who
can stripe. Apply Rock Island Man
ufacturing company. Fourteenth ave
nue and First street.
WANTED Agent: earn J5 per week
taking orders for cut rale groceries;
something entirely new; no experi
ence needed; outfit furnished free.
Independent Grocery company, Day
WANTED- Young man. 17 or 1R years
old. living in Hiik Island; must be
neat, bright, and hp rgitic. and deter
mined to learn and advance; best of
references required. Address in own
handwriting. "M. O. W.." Argus.
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. ai. & V.," care
WANTED Men. age IS to 85. for fire
men $100 monthly, and brakemen $S0.
on nearby railroads; experience un
necessary; no strike; positions guar
anteed competent men; promotion.
Railroad Employing Headquarters.
Over 4('0 men tent to positions month
ly. State age; send rump. Address
"Railway Association.' care Argus.
WANTED Agents to sell in tri-citles
new phone extension, attachable and
detachable by thumb pressure clips
penetrating telephone wire Insulation;
can be usei in any part of house; also
for private telephone system; weight
six ounces: descriptive circular make
operation simple; big profit. S. W.
Bradford. 4436 Drexel boulevard, Chi
WANTED FKMAI.n HELP,
A cook at 2225 Seventh ave-
WANTED A girl at Turner hall; apply
WANTED A iish washer at the Rock
Inland Hou.se cafe.
WANTED Millinery maker? and trim
mers. Apply at young & MeOombs.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework; no washing; at 30
WANTED A middle aged woman as
night cashier at Janes" restaurant,
1810 Second avenue.
WANTED A reliable, experienced girl
to do general housework. Apply at
fil.t Twenty-third street.
WANTED A young lady to work for
her tuition at Brown's Business col
leife. Inquire o principal.
TANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral nousework: gooa 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 Women to sell guaranteed
hose; 70 per cent profit: make $lo
daily; full or purt time; beginners in
vestigate. Strong Knit, Box 4029,
West Philadelphia. I'a.
WANTED General work, such as
house cleaning, or would assist with
kitchen work, haking. cooking, etc.,
by reliable, experienced woman. In
quire ;'2i Fifth avenue.
WANTED Ladies t. learn the Hermann
permanent oa.; . ave; an entirely nw
electrbal process by which straight
hair Is turned to natural wavy and
remains o permanently; water does
not affect It; big money made doing
it; ladies pay exorbitant prices for it;
easily accomplished; we teach it in a
few lessons and furnish the equip
ment; we also teach hairdressing.
manicuring, facial massage, chiropo
dy, and electrolysis: write for partic
ulars. Moler Barber college, Chi
WA STEU M ISCELLA NTCOUS.
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms,
with heat. Addross Box 4;.. city.
WANTED To buy or rent, invalid
cpair. Inquire E. II. Hill, 325 Twen
WANTED Plain sewing to do at home;
prices reasonable; fi34 Twelfth street.
Old phony west 755-1'.
WANTED Vuur amateur finishing at
the Brown Studio, over liartx's drug
fetore, corner Third avenue and Twen
WANTED To lease for a number cf
years, 4 000 or 5.000 square feet of
floor space in business district. Ad
:r:;s " Space." care Argus.
WANTED A housekeeper; one who de
iires a hom rather than Inrge salary;
no objection to woman with one or
Address "R.,'" care Ar
WANTED -- Boarders; modern conveni
ences, workins men especially desir
ed, eight blocks from itock Island
plow works; five blocks from town;
30 Twelfth street.
WANTED To buy. anything; you have
for sale, or sell you anything you
want to buy. (Jive us a call for eith
er. Cole & Bower, 1609 Second ave
nue. Old phone west 164.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains:
work promptly called for and de
livered. Mrs. Luella TiHerington.
144b Fourteenth street, old phone
WANTED To buy. a good modern
dirht-room house, between Fifteenth
and Twenty-second streeta and Fifth
and Tentn avenues. A.ddress "R. E.
1," i are Aig is.
WANTED One. two or three unfur
nished rooms in modern house by a
young married couple wltnout chil
dren, withlng eifcbt blocks of Market
square. Aduress ' J. H.," 21 Seven
WANTED si ruAnovs.
WANTED Nursing to do by the day by
experienced nurse. Addrets "A. K..,"
WANTED position as porter; have had
experience as bartender, inquire 13! ;
Fifth avenue. Old piioue west 7i'-K.
WANTED Position by thoroughly ex
perienced man in rlothing. men s fur
nishings and shots, about Feb. 1; first
class reference. Address "J. E. R .,"
HI!lt LLI.A.NEOl l,
LET Fross do your paper hanging; la ;
cents a roll; wall paper at 4 ei.ts a j
roil and up; ...21 bixln av'nue.
IF TOU "WANT to buy.-svell. trade or
rent anything:, ongago "help or socurs
a situation, the Mail and Journal Is
tbo one paper la Moline that can do
' - for you. Mali and journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants bring; results. Or.r-hall cent
per word Is the price to tii alike,
cash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mail and
Journal. Moline. IlL
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Superflu
ous hairs on face and arms permanently-
removed witn one to six
needles; four to six hours' wcrk In
one with six; treatments given at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A. M. Klttridge. Flat 1.
" Argyle Flats. Brady street, Daven
port. Old phone S1J.
FOR SALIC CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Modern seven-room cottage
near Lonsr View park, cheap for cash.
Address "J. X.," Argus.
FOR PALE Three lots on Thirtieth
street and Eighth-and-a-half avenue
Inquire at 701 Twenty-third street
FOR SALE Eight-room house, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue: easy terms. Inauir at resi
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store with
flat above, located at 2736 Flitn ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 619 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, new. In
tine repair; paved street ;easy terms,
liberel discount .for half cash. tl.tisO,
Lininger & Meyer.
FOR SALE Modern six-room house at
S23 Forty-second street. Edgewood
park, Keck Island. Inquire O. C. coyne
HiUi avenue. Moline.
FOR SALE Modern six-room house at
823 Forty-second street. Edgewood
parte, rock Island, inquire o. coin.
xjh iriitii avenue, aioiine-
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 BALE Lota In Robinson's add!
tlon in South Heights, from $3u0 to
$375; terms, $25 down, balance in five
years; a horn on easy terms. Old
phone 1165-K. 7. W. Loblnson.
FOR SALE Eight-room modern resl-
aence at 3S2J ernon avenue, t nica-
go; asphalt paving, good residence
district: might consider exchange for
Rock Island or Moline real estate of
equal value. Addrets "L. M.." care
FOR SALE Choice lot 57x103 feet, cor
ner Sixteenth street and Tenth ave
nce: one acre, with flve-room cottage.
barn, chicken house, good well and
cistern, corner Eighteenth avenue and
Thirtieth street; must be sold by
March 1. Mrs. J. V. Barrett. Old
phone west 1205-L; 1012 Nineteenth
FOK SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Coal from Price banks;
$3.76 per ton. Old phone hi3-Y.
FOR SALE Ohio seed potatoes at 241S
mtti street. Soutli Rock slana.
FOR SALE Large Barred Rock cock'
erels at 1533 Twenty-fourth street.
FOR SALE Two walnut beds and up
right piano, in gobd condition, at
izou Second avenue.
FOR SALE A Remington typewriter.
clieao if taken at once. Address Gem
cafe, i!J) Third avenue.
FOR SALE $15 buvs new Bennett type
writer. Call room f2. Mitchell &
J.ynde building, Rock Island.
FOR SALE A L'0-font launch, with en
pin'ts. complet. Inij'iire of Herman
Tindall. Twelfth street. Sears.
FOR SALE --Three single comb Rhode
Isla.nd ?;ed cockerels, t'nll t'JO Twen-ty-se.cond
street, or phone hts-K.
FOR SALE Incubator: also White Wy
andotte chickens. Inquire at Twelfth
inid Aiken streets. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Oak and pine mixed kind
ling, cut stove lengths, at $3.50 per
load, delivered. Kahlke Bros. Phone
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at once,
one Ideal cash register ana one Hough
Security cash recorder. Inquire at
FOR SALE Bay road horse, eight years
old, sound; also new 'lie buggy, and
harness; outfit $2"o. Christ Ctosch.
I; H. 3. Milan. III.
l'OU SALE Smith-Premier typewriter,
in very arond condition: price it, . Ap
ply R"h k Island Brewing company.
HHH Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE Twenty-three weeks' tui
tion in Brown's Business college; will
sell cheap. Address E. L. Fadden,
1S20 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Cheap if taken at once,
eight hernl of horses, consisting of
workers and drivers; alo ttiree team
ing wagons; at 151s Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE A fully equipped well pay
ing pool hall, in one of the beat loca
tions in the three cities, at invoice
price, i'or particulars address "274,"
FOR SALE- A first elnsu grocery 1ms
. itit-ss in Rock Itlatid; good location;
enjoying good trade; a money maker.
For particulars address "Grocery,"
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 Ijeiuiricks street. South
Bock Island, or The Aiyu office.
FOIt SALE LANDS.
FUH SALE 224 ncro block farm; line
Improvements: four miles from Milan;
price tluu per acru. Ueidy Bros.
l'OU SALE Uood truck farm lu Soutn
Hock Island; very reasonable pries;
good house and outbuildings. for
particulars call on Keidy iiros.. room
4. Mitchell Ol Lynde bubuliitf.
FOR SALE Several Improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa. Thoau farms ate
level, black boil; none more than four
miles from railroad. I'rices ranging
lrom 7u to (Wu per acre. Thesu arm
are all bargains. William Jennings,
Kock lalanu house.
OREGON FARMS 10 to 640 acres, for
JJinj. u down and 10 a month; with
each tarm will be included a town lot
at Klamath Falls. Ore., population
f,00n; all 10 and 20-acre tracts; are
located in the (liande Rondo fruit
distil' t. J. K. Kerns, aifer.t, 190 7
(Second avenue, Rock Island. 111.
FOR PALE A farm that will pay for it
ilf. located in tlie second larjfewt dairy
ad the largest jjrape prod ucing county
in 'alifornia; t ra asportation exeei-l.-nl;
all market facilities, alluvial
s.ol eiua! in quality to Cal 1 1 ornia's
best; small cash pay merit and easy
payments thereafter; If you want to
know how to make. It pay for itself,
ask for bookl' t F. Thomas K. Car
penter & Co.. room 40s a Wabash ave
i.ue. t'hh ao. 111.
JACKSON. IlUiiaT A STAFFORD At- I
torneyt-ai-uw. orh'.e m nuck island
National bauK buiiatng.
SEARLE it MARSHALL lawyers.
Monty to loan ou good real estate
security. Rooms and 2wl. Saivty
LuUding. Rock Island. 111.
WALKER. INGRAM A BWi'B.SV.T-Attorneys
and counselors at us. Money
to loan on real estate. Koou'a 2uo
u3. People's National bank bj.laing
VlcENIRT A McENIRT Attorney o-al- '
law. Loan money on good security; ,
make collections. Kleri.ce, iJlict.- I
eii - Lynde, banker. . C't;i'-, il.Uoeli ,
ir l.yna-; ouiaing. i
illSTttlnS US' TIILK.
Aite 1 rt ACi 13 of title prepared or con
tinued to dale covering ai. real es
tate In too county. Prompt and ac
curate service at ' xnonaole rates
Hock Island Title Abstract Com
pany: J. J. Ingriin. president; W. J
eweener. s&cret ry; JOu-ZoS, second
fl-or. Peoples National bank buiid
Lig. HOI K tt lHEII. j
MR- LAN'ILJRI . we want you to r
tifv us by telephone or p'.stal when1
your house la vacant. e have, a
romrluc rer.t I'si rf th tri-rl'tea. '
and have to tn 4'i aptic.i t ions daily
for houa-s. W wnl s-nd thern. and
without or.e cent of tp"n. t you. 1
Summerfieid's 112-11; East Second '
street, Davenport. 1
Estate of Arthur A. Toyser. deceased.
Th undersls-ned having been ap-
pointed administratrix of the estate o;
Arthur A. rovser. late of tr. county o.
Hock Island, state of Illlncis. rtwMM il.
hereby tuts notice that kiio will ar t e ir
btfore the probate court of Rock l!j:id
county, at the probate court room, in lh j
city of Rock Island, et the March
term, on the first Monday In ii:.r.-:
next, at which time all persons having
claims ntainst said estate are untitled
and required to attend for the purpose
of having: the same, adjusted. All per
sons Indebted to said etal are requeu
ed to make immediate payment to the
Dated 26th dav of January. A. D.
1911. EMMA J. rOVSER.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of William H. Weaver, de
ceased. The undersigned having: been ap
pointed executrix of the last will mid
testament of William II. Weaver, late
of the county of Ro,k Island, state of
Illnols. deceased, hereby gives notice
that she will appear before the probate
court of Kock Island county, at th
probate court room, in the city of Ro. k
Island, at the March term, on 'he tirst
Monday In March next, at wnlch tlm
all persons having- claims against said
estate are notified and requested to at
tend 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 12th day of January, A. D.
1911. MARY WEAVER.
McEniry & McEr.iry. solicitors.
Estate of Christian Naab, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament J Christian Naab, late of
the county of Rock Island, slate of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby aives notice that
she will appear before the probate
court of Rock Island county, at the pro
bate court room. In tho city ot L k
IsIhqiI. ut the April term, on the hrst
Monday jn April next, at which lime ull
persons having claims aiainsl said es
tate are noiilicd and requested to at
tend lor the purpose of having the same
ad lusted. Ail persons Indebted to said
state are requested to make immediate
payment to (no undersigned.
Dated this 27th day of January. A. D.
1911. ROSS ANN A N A A it.
Albert liuber, attorney.
Estate of Pasilius Winter, deceased.
The undersigned liavliid; been ap
pointed executors of the last will and
testament of Basilius Winter, late ui
Hie county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby Rive noib c mat
thev will Appear before the probate
court of Rock Island county, at tlie pio.
bate etiurt room. In trie tlty or lint k
It-land, at tlie April lei in. on the msi
.Monday In April next, at which time all
persons having claims auainst sail es
tate are noKtied and requested to at
tend tor the purpose of having the am
adjusted. All persons Indebted to .- Id
cptatc are requested to make imiiicili.itu
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 27th day of January. A. D.
1911. JOHANNA WINTER.
LOUIS J. WINTER.
Albert II nber. attorney.
Estate of John tlarvin, deceased.
The' nuclei signed having been ap
pointed admu.iKirator f tne clate or
lin ijarviii, laie oi ine coomy oi itocu
Island, blate of Illinois, deceased, here
by itive.s notice mat lie will 4ipi .ir be
fore l lie probate court ot Rock l -Uiul
( unity, at the probata court loom, in
the city of Rock Island, ut the Apt II
term, on the nrsi juonday in Apia next.
it which time all persons haviiiir claims
itK ilnst said estate are notirte.i ai.d re-
niested to attend lor tne. purpos.j ot
navlnc, the same adjunted. All persons
ludebieit to Maui rsiaie are reij iei i-q in
make Immediate payment to tbu under
Dated 31st dav of January. A. D. 1911.
THOMAS J UARV1N.
McEniry & McEniry. solicitors.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE security ut
lowest rates. L.uaoipn & Reynolds,
lawyers. Ltest block, corner .Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms 32 and J.". jMlicii
ell Hl Lynde building. Rock Island.
LOANS on furniture, plaaon, horses.
wagons, etc., quickly, privately, at the
.owest rales. Mutual Loan Company
luninc-j. room 411, Peuple'a Nalioui
bank building. jMOtr pbono tluj; old
phone west 12-
WK ilAKU A SPECIALTY ot loaning
tnouey on nouseiiuiu gouus, tiursna,
wagons, vtc., without removal and
In a uuiet way. Call on us lor Quick
loans. Fidelity Loui Company, room
4U3 Best building.
U.ONEX LOADED to salaried peoplo anu
otiicrs, wiiouul security; easy pay
mci.La. no publicity. Call aud gel our
terms and melaoUs of doing buaiucas.
OLuce hours, a. in. to S p. ui. Tele
puoiio north 2411. Victor Finauco
Company, room 2, McManus build
ing. Second and Main slieeis, Daven
. E. JANES AND E. J. GOULD We
are prepared to conduct all kinds oi
farm salea; pure bred stock, real es
tate and general mere hand l at, pedi
grees thoroughly uih cikiouU and kI
en careful attention, special attention
and tin lent service also kivi-ii to
nierchandibu salts; salts made any
where. For dales and term addiera
either party at 1810 becond uveujc,
Rock Island. Phono 1S29.
MAtJSAGE t'Oli. MEN AND WOMEN.
Lira. E. W. Miller, graduate muaseuse.
electric vibrator treatmenta, va;or
baths, scler.tlnc body aud fa' lal mas
sage, theiapeutic lights, spinal treat
ment, Swedish movements, etc. Hour
from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Henley budd
ing, suite 12. corner Fourth and iirady i ('
streets. Davenport. Iowa. I it
uyixN in ...
Other amounts in t ho sam
rroponion. Aiiv aniount frt in
$." to i.''iO. Loans made ou
household goods, pianos, fix
tures, Hvp stock, ifiipl'.fn tits,
ou-.. without removal.
Call us by phone r fill out
th 1lank lielow and our ton
fidet.tial a;ent will call on you
at once- and explain how wo
mako loans privately at low
rates on personal proprrty.
fill VAT fr"
219i Rraiy Ktr-ft,
I'lavnport, lorn a.
0!d pbono North 22-.
Open Wrdnfsday and Satur
LODCR Dill ECTOR Y,
TRTO LODGE. NO. 67. A F.
& A. M
JEk Meets In s'.atrd communication
. Ulo flrst Thr,day of tllcU
V f . , , ,
I V n.otiMi at . p. m. Fr"".! for
work llmr:lsv. Feb. fl. at ;.3'l p. m.
Misi'r M.ihui'h lire -tirdi: i! v invited.
Hy onirr if I'.u H.in il T.1 r. W. M.;
Wii.l.iiu H. IVult. iti-rnt ir).
Brotherhood of American Trout.
,;JB: ROCK ISLAND llOME-
STEAD NO. Zz91. Meets
2 second and fourth
y voninga e . Menm bji.
1'LuVfA.NT it' . COX Krai estate an
Insuiance. Loans a pt.cutliy. Uost
L.re ruiupunira repn m-nlvd. Your pat
ronage solicited. I'hunes went 22, and
new olij. oillce at court bouse.
li.N . t'fT Insurance Agency Fire,
Lie, accident, health aud plate glass;
. real tlle and loan becond floor,
Haicty building. Olace phon west
!). Remdciiee pbuiie 736-K. Open
Wednesday and SaiurcYy niahta
WE WILL BOND YOU ."executors', ad
oiiniBlrutura', guardians, trustees' or
any kind of judicial buuds, lodges and
society otlicvr; city, mill or V. ki.
Kuveriiuien t om.'lals; contractors, pu -silions
of trust. In fact, any kind of
bond you wai.l (except bail bonds;.
Terms rrasoua da. Hayes A Cleve
land, resident managers. Fidelity t
Deposit Company of Maryland.
A well loca'rd lot on 12th street;
paving and sidewalks paid for;
a snap at SS73-
A fU-riiom Iiiiuh In ouln Rock
Island. In good shape, nearly
We hav two lots on 9 i-treet
at.d 2 1 1 1 1 avenue; rat front;
oti is orror lot. at 0723.00
A twn-iiiirv hoiiHe on Zt;th strict,
two vrars old; has furnace and
electric llfcnn 2Jt0
I.ljit your i ropertv wttn us.
We write l;iurance; surety bonds.
405 Rest building. Rock Island. II L
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATK.
120-acre Rock Island county farm;
fair buildings, ,ocd land; Ij per acre.
82-acre Rock Inland county farm;
good buildings, wl.i lako ti.boit tu
trade; Uu iri aero
u-aci farm, la'.f hulldl"-;, will lako
Jl.uuu in trade; tin pvr -ere.
47-aere Wlilitaioa county farm; a bar
gain; all luvel laud. HZ pr si r.
itu-scra farm, near ruuruad town,
icott couu'.y, Iowa; la ptr aero.
2s0 scms, two uiiles from lallroad
town, and qui Is neat ltuv.-L.pori, wl.l
taka Slb.uiiii witrth of liu-uiu pioity
uu ibis laiin. Hit per acre.
ilO-ucre Imiiu, all Icval. near Utlan;
1;d-i ic tarui, nil level, near Rock
island. iiJi l'l -i'l
oood a-room iioum on 291U slreat;
to cIobu 4Uical, i-.oUU.
All iiiouciu o-iuoiu uouao on btli ave
l ive-room cottage; lot SOxlCO; $1 301).
'1 v o ail luoueru I-iooim houses vloas
In, iu.JOi each.
loggeal Hal of VKcunt lots In this
city lioiu J.uU up. We loan moi.ty and
write lire I'lsurunce. It ou aia Ueair
uua ui trading io.neliiiug you doti t
wai t lor HsjiovioHio you uo waol. coma
tu ua, V bai:di tiud-s lu auy alala
lu luo union.
Blaukenbur & lilaokcubur.
20t oulely Iiuildii;ai
l llth! INUIUMU
(The livsl Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE, LIFE. LIClllT.M.Nti AAu WIND
Office, 172 Third avenue. Rates rea
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
lU.S'liUl KIH1 AM lit ILDlkllM.
LJSuC'S (Li AWXA
Otucrul oiiti a loi aud l.ulldcrs.
All kn.d of carpi 1. 1 er tuiMui ling and
repaii w ua pluiopiiy and ncutiy doil.i
at ieaon-4iiic iilo j- Lda aoiicllt-.
V. oi a & i.. i ai. ii.- d
C. 11. li...N, r.'20 b' . ih'o ehth avenue.
1'iiol.e hlil 1111.
tliltl.-i Li.N;K. If l3 bevi i.tnentn
slrvt i. l oone weal 1114.
John Voiilh & GBa
Manufacturers of tia-li, Doors. I.linO
and iaw. ii.tirior tlnish or all kind.
llaidwoud Uti'ir l-i"oiii g, a. id uonl
era hi hM. i'l and Hi Liiiiceni.i
. tr i t
have luii s rohtldertd
day a ut-' ' b-.try tlicad.
you iu.it t Lii'ior it a
pluasuic, I'ji ttu h. .v way Is
to let ua bear the buiiicti. 'l tivu
; v.un.t day is fu.jii.:y a mitur
III ut tiI'il'a I'lU k'.llvd tiothiS
jjj toetuef. Whfcii Odr Huoa
j t.iil.-t, wasii C.iy io over aa iar
li) .1 you hj coin ' rnt-d. V.'Ucu
J'j tLts cdtli'.a aio returned thty
ill li fciotl aiiy t l.-ati hwI
Ueifchtf uliy Ircsh. The tolois
will bo blight. th; buttons will
bo on, tii er vt lil be no rips or
tcaia. v ben o j (cuiiiicr thg
eipcni-; of a;i1uu, tl.o price
you pr.y to Ltlp, the- cat cf
lu'l, ilio UlaCtiRitort and at-ra-vatlob,
jou will (.ay our way la
truly ccouoriital. Drop us a
postal or phone us low.
6CI rweLFTH STREET. BOTH