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THE ROCK! ISI7AXD AUGTJS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1011.
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WHISTLER WAS INDIGNANT.
'jTfcs Ideei of "Buying Hli Pictures'snd
Than Dwmandlrug Possession.'
A certala-eminent. English lady, the
tartrarl possessor of entitle of fairly-hlgh
filagree, who a&mirefl TVulgtler's ?pen
3tu to the extent1 of purcfeastaic one of
jails pictures,! never was able' to obtain
'possession at her property. One day
ishe drove to the studio In her victoria.
?Mr. Whistler went to rreet her.
!' "Mr. Whistler." sbe said, "two years
r u.go I boustht one of your pictures, a
beautiful thing, and I have never been
Table to hang it on ray walls. It has
E'bswn loaned to one exhibition or oo
jVether. Now today I have inycarriuKe
Lwitb me. axil I would llkefto take It
ATJTO AMD CARRIAGE: BODIES.
CHARLEB ACKERLT, manufacturer of '7 secures Tnem me privilege or uav
L band-made, bodies of all kinds; alto! lap them in their bouses now and
auto oeuvery doojm. an worn, guar-
an teed. Headquarters at lvlockau
Carriage Auto shop. Old phone
UXNRI 3A JCTHJH lrovrlBtor Chip
plannock nursery. Cut flowen and
designs oir all kinds. CRy store. 16U7
8cond avenua, Teleplione 1110.
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for 17c a Day
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kkank account when you pay on the
Tou need not disturb your dollarB.
Keep tnem at wock earning interest:
We offer our newest model, the
(jOllver Typewriter No. 6 fresh from
the factory for seventeen cents a
; The plan is printed in "black and
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Simply fill out the blang, attach
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off real work with the ease an
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Wherever you turn In business Hreaa Fleatlnaa ! Coered Button
ffleee, great or small in the quiet ! An ' vi. .
. - ,- mmr rf th' French accordion side or -knife pleat-
of the home In the roar or theiln(f9 Bll lyjM anl wlath8 from",,, a
railroad and telegraph service In , yard up. ii.ittor.s cevered from-scraps
the seething maelstrom of modern ! of, g7"i " match your gown or-auit Ia
" . , . n . . . all styles, and covered ivory rims
newspaperdom In countless kinds ; from 10c a aen up. it pennants and
Of service It's the Sturdy, Strenuous novelties, banners, monograms, pillow
,K.. "h whpolt rn I covers for schools or aocietisa, etc, made
Oltver that s making tne wneeis go to or(1ir. corsets, drene forma, work
'round." room devioea and supplies, skirt mark-
Ipv -. 1 ers. stitch rlpperg. etc Button holes
I14a j. ' made, pinking, velvets mirrored, hero-
!M IwmhsW ptitching, cording, tucking, shirring, eto.
The stands rd Visi' l- ?
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biggest hundred dollars' worth in
America for -seventeen cents a i
Send along the application blank,
with a small first payment of $15 as
an evidence of good faith.
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THE OLIVER TTPSW1UTER CO. I
Gentlemea. I accept your offer of
the latest model No. S Oliver Stand
ard Typewriter tor 17 cents a day.
Enclosed sieaae find SIS as evidence
of good faith. 1 agree te save II
cents a day and remit the balance.
66. Is monthly ioeiaUnients. Title
to remain la your name until ma
chine is paid for.
Lome with me. I am told it Is in your
"Dear lady." returns! Whistler, "you
ask the impossible. I will send It to
you when I have it asaia. but it is not
here. You Lave been misinformed."
And so forth, and so forth, to the same
effect, and the lady drove off -without
After she had departed Whistler
commenced to poke around his studio
and. to the preat astonishment of a
friend who hod been an involuntary
listener to the above conversation, he
brought forth a canvas.
nere it is." he said. "She was right
about one thins it is beaurtful." And
it was beautiful.
"But the impudence of these people."
Le continued, "who think that because
they pay a few paltry hundred pounds
they own nay pictures. Why. it mere-
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A Medical Sherlock Holmes.
A physician was knocked down and
j robbed while on his way to see a pa
I tlent. His pockets were rifled, and
j ono of the articles stolen was a clin-i'.-al
thermometer with which he had
earlier in the evening taken the tem-
Perature ot a patient. He remera-
,H-'rcl luc temperature registered and
a!so that he iJil(j Dot ehaken down the
mercury before puttinp the thermom-
pockct. He communicated
to the police. Some time
; afterward a thermometer registering
j tho identical temperature was discov-
j ered in a pawnshop, and the police
i were enabled luereby to track the doc-
tor s assailants and to arrest them.
j wife Got Tip-Top Advice.
j ..My wife wanted me to take our
boy to the doctor to cure an ugly
boil," writes D. Frankel of Stroud,
Okla., I eaid "Put Rueklen's Ar
nica Palve on it.' She did so, and
it cured the boil in a short time."
Quickest healer of burns, scalds, cuts,
corns, bruises, sprains, swellings, best
rlle cure on earth. Try it. Only 25
cents at all druggets.
All the news all the time The
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IMll.SN IM EATlfiS 4! Hl'TTOS.
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hii iH jli
l . ouon giove ana mittens irora loc a
! pair up. ail slyies. Herd or ask for cir
i culars. S. & II. green stamps given.
DAWJIPOHT PI.EATIIO, BITTOI
ISO ELTY CO, DAVENPORT, IA.
MO Couth PyUaw Bldg. Pkmc 1S&Z-M.
!ee Duplar la Skew Cae.
One de'iatcl wejirer
said: 'I hivr iiit Kun
to live sii. -e wearing the
ooodwln corset " a stu
dent of trrand ocera:
"Tl.e Goodwin is tha
, corset 1 have been able
to wear when tiklni
lngli:g lessons." A prom
iner.t gown maker: "It
a l:ne visible under the
smoothest gown. A wo
man physlcl.n: "I wish I
co aid put the Goodwin
; corset on to every wo
I man I know." An actress
i of international fame: "I
u r.ot as tired after a
week's hard olivine- In
I my Goodwin corset I've often been In
1 a half hour s rehearsaL" An emisect
l surgeon: "The Goodwin 1 my Ideal of
j a corset." Front and back lace In ail
i styles from Sj up. Corsets carefully
G. H. GRAB BE
! Ladies' Taller aa4 Dreeaniaiceri Esela
! arve Ageat fee Trt-Cltlea.
j Scr-d or call for booklet. Agv&ta war.t.
I ed There li2-M. Established 101. So.
i Putnam buildlcg. Davenport, lows,
i aew aaodela la skew eaee.
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FOR BE.1T ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnkhed room,
ax 823 Eighth street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
moms; 614 Eleventh street.
FOR RENT Furnished room In modern
houe at 408 Fifteenth etreeL
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 307 Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished room, modern
and up-to-date; 201 S Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished front room In
modern house; 1125 Fourteenth street.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping at 626 Twenty-
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms foe
light housekeeping: city water; at
7 05 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, all
modern conveniences, use of phone;
710 Twenty-fifth street.
FOR RENT Nice large furnished front
room; modern conveniences; use of
old phone; at 2217 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern
front room; use of old phone; board
if desired; references; 2514 Eighth
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
down stairs; also rooms for light
housekeeping; modern; at 1303 Sec
FOR RENT Two or three furnished or
unfurnished rooms, suitable for light
housekeeping, inquire at 414 Eigh
FOR RENT One large modern fur
nished front room, suitable for two;
rent reasonable; at 1504 Flfth-and-a-haif
FOR RENT Two small rooms, suitable
for llK-it housekeeping, at 503 Twen
tieth street. Apply 53u Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Three suites of furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; also
three suites on second flour, at 515
FOR RENT Five rooms, entirely mod
ern, hall, bath, pantry, basement, elec
tric light, hot water plant; referenc
es required; Sll Forty-second street.
FOR RENT One or two large front
rooms, nicely furnished, all conveni
ences, in new, modern home; r.o oth
er roomers; 140S Twelfth avenue.
Phone west 644-X.
FOR RENT To a gentleman, a desira
ble room; hot water heat, electric
light, bath, use of phone; refined
hurne; no other roomers or boarders:
1610 Eleventh avenue. Phone west
FOR REST HOUSES.
FOR RENT Six-room cottagt on
Twelfth street. Inquire 1108 Twelfth
FOR RENT Modern eight-room house.
vacant anout Marcn 1. Inquire at 2&02
Sixth avenue, phone old 12C2-K.
FOR RENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern Improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
Street. Rock Island. E. H. Ouyer.
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT Furnished flat, three rooms
and bath, all conveniences; references
required; at 1513 Third avenue.
FOR RENT MISCELLAXEOL'S.
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; all conveniences, in
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice suite with largo pri
vate vault. Apply room 100. F. K.
FOR RENT 83-acre farm; good build
ings and fine water. Linlnger & Mey
er. 1810 Third avenue.
FOR RENT 120-acre farm, one mile
north of Barstow, 111.; 3475 a year.
Apply to Miles Collins, Davenport,
LOST AltD FOrTJTD.
FOUND A signet ring, near T. M. O. A.
building. Owner can have same by
calltng at 1042 Seventeenth street.
FOUND Gent's scarf pin; owner may
have same by calling on J. L. Free
man, -1712 Second avenue, proving
LOST A gentleman's engraved hunting
case gold watch, Elgin movement.
i with arrowhead fob. Finder return
to 326 H Twentieth street, or The Ar
gus, for reward.
TRIO LODGB, NO. 6T. A. F. A A. M-
Bl Meets In. stated communication
J'the first Thurkday of each
fyf month at 7:80 p. m. By order
of Carlton O. Taylor. W. M.; William
B. Pettit, secretary.
Bretherkeoel mt Amcilcu Tceam,
BOCK ISLAND KOME
8TEAXJ Ma I11L Meets
second and fourth Friday
evenings at Beselin's hall.
PLEASANT F. COX. Real estate an
lnsu Anoe . Loans a speeialty. Beat
fire companies represented. Tour pat
ron as solicited. Phones west Xi. and
new Ills. Office at court house.
bNNETT"M Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident. heaJla and plate glass;
Teal estate and loevca. Becond door.
Safety building. Ofhce phone west
UK. Kesldence phone 7S-K. Open
Wednesday and baturdcy nights.
WK WLLL UOND TOU Xxaeutors', ad.
minis tra tors , coardlana', trustees' or
any kind ot judlolaU bonds; loderes and
society offloers, city, state or U. la.
gcrvemment offlilala; contractors, po
sitions of trust; In taot. any kind of
bond you wsai (except bail bonds.
Terms reasons.' !. r li as at Cieave
land, resident managers. Fidelity
Ii4esit Company of Maryland.
J. EL JANES AND B. J. GOCLD- We
are prepared to conduct ail kinds of
term 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 sales; f-air made any.
wd ere. Wor dates and terma address
either party at lsli) Second avenue.
Rock laiand. Phone 11.
MULTIFLE E1BCTHXJ L Y 8Lii J u perflaT
ous halre on face add arms perma
nently removed wita one to six
needles; four to six tours' wcrk la
one with sis; treatments glvts at
borne unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A- H. Klttridge, Flat L
Argyle Flats. Brady street. Daven
port. Old phone 11SC
UAiAGK FOB MN AND WOMEN.
Mrs. aV W. Miller, graduate massnnsr;
eleetrio vibrator treatments, vapor
betas, scientific body and facial mas
aage. therapeutic Lights, spinal treat
meet. Swedish movement, etc Hoars
from 10 a, m. to p. m. Henley build
ing, suite It. corner Fourth, and Brady
streets, Davenport. Iowa.
WANTED Painters at the Rock Island
WANTED Experienced meat cutter;
inu?t furnish references. A'lilresj
"M.. car Argus.
WANTED Three l!ve news aprents fr
work in jigssnrfr trnins; giod runs.
Apply 3120 Filth avenue.
WANTEP Mn. ace 1 tn SR. for fire
men J100 monthly, and hrakcTn $'".
on nearbv railroads; experience un
necessary; no strike: positions cruar
anteed competent men; promotion.
Railroad Employing Headquarters.
Over 400 men sent to positions r-ionth-ly.
Ptate aee; send stamp. Addrtss
"Railway Association." care Argus.
WASTED FEMALE IIE'.P.
WANTED Oirl at Turner hall. Rock
Island. Apply upstairs.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 1524 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Sewing g'rls at American
Rognlia company. A2G Sixteenth street.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work in small family at 921 Twenty
WANTED A woman to do general
husework: colored woman pref erred.
Applv 3116 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A girl to assist with gen
eral housework: object more for com
pany than work. Inquire 170 0 Twi-n-ty-second
WANTED A middle-aged woman for
housekeeper for family in country;
good wages to right party. Address
"B. D.," care Argas.
WANTED At once, five bright, capable
ladles over 21, to travel, demonstrate
and sell to dealers; $23 to too per
week: railroad fare paid. Goodrich
Drug company, 130S-1U Harney street,
WANTED Ladies to learn the Hermann
permanent hairwave; an entire!:." new
electrical process by which straight
hair is turned to naturj.1 wavy and
remains so permanently; water does
not affect it; big money made doinj;
it; ladies pay exorbitant prices for it;
easily accomplished; we teach It In a
few lessons and furnish the equip
ment: we also teach hairdressi.-ig.
manicuring, facial massage, chiropo- J
dy, and electrolysis; write tor partic
ulars. Moler Barber college, Chi
WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Refined lady end gentleman
to take care of homo for widow,
at iSf.l Seventh avenue, old phone
WANTED Boarders at 2514 Fifth ave
nue; good home made baking.
WANTED Boarders and roomers: good
home c ooking; only a few blocks from
plow shop. Inquire fi'it", Third avenue.
buy, a launch, 25-foo
f -2 or 6-foot
l.eara, with );tlr iovei ;
A 'I .. I. ,
WANTED Work after school and Sat
urdays by young man student. Call
Tri-City Business collese. old phone
WANTED Tour amateur finUhing at
the Brown Studio, over llartzs drug
store, corner Third avenue and Twen
WANTED Plain sewing; misses' and
children's work a specialty. Call at
1120 Fourtteiith-a nd-a-hal f street,
city. Old phone west 644-V.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly called for and de
livered. Mrs. LutiUa j'l tt'.rlujcton.
1448 Fouritemb sueet. Ola pnone
WANTED Position in the tri-cities by
young man stenographer; graduate
Gregg school. Chicago; two years
perlence; high school graduate:
customed to getting out so to
- letters a day. Address "o. D. M.,'
Safety building. Rock Island.
WANTED A position as housekeeper
by reliable woman. Address "H. U.
20." care Argus.
WANTED In tri-citles, a position as
housekeeper by experienced woman
with 4-year-old daughter. Address
"K. L" care Args.
HOI SRS WASTED,
WB can get you a tenant for your va
cant house or rooms if you telephone
or send us a postal as scon as vacant.
We do not charge for this er lee.
Summerfield's. 113-115 East Second
FOR SALE Confectionery store and
fixtures, including cigars arid tubaceu
cases. Address Conieciionery," care
FOR 8 ALE Cheap, If taken at once, a
first class meat market doir.g good
business. Address "Meat Market,"
care Argus, or phone west 101 1.
FOR SALE A modern meat market;
good location, no expenses; a bargain
if taken at once; other business rea
son for selling. Address LJox 411,
East Moline. 11L
LADIES' TAILOR AS D DRESSMAKER,
Ladles' Tailor and Dressmaker. Smart
. tailored suits and gowns for all oc
casions. Exclusive and original de
signs, advance styles and perfect fit
fuarsnleed. Corset expertly fitted,
outli Putnam building. Davenport.
Iowa. Old phone 1592-M.
"Which way?" "Well, to
tell you the truth,. I am go
ing down town to get a loan
on my household goods, pi
ano, everything. What we
have to buy to live on is so
terribly high, we drifted be
hind, but they all want
their money Just the tame.
Could you adris tne where
Is the cheapest and best
place to go?" "Well,, I
should say I could- the New
Cut Rate Loan company, by
all means. In fact. It's the
only loan company now in
Rock Ieland, for rates cut
in two on household goods, h
piano, live stock, real es
tate and diamonds." Don't f
mistake the number, cor
ner Eighteenth street and
Second STenue, 1801 Si
Second avenue. West 177."
-4 Mgr. J. W. Jones
FOR RALE Modern seven-room cottage
near Ione View park, cheap forcaah.
Address "J. X" Argus.
ferlfi ' noulrVa?
terris. Inquire at resi
! FOR SALE A five-room cottajre at 11 A
I Kichteenth avenue: fine location; lot
j fiS-foot front. For terms Inquire on
FOR 5Al-7 Pin-room house at 1310
Fifth avenue; bath, gas range, hot and
coM water. Inquire at above num
ber. Phone 7iS-I
FOR SALS At a bargain, a store with
flat above, located at I7J Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 10 Twenty
eltrhth street, city.
FOR SALE) FIve-roorp cottage, new. In
fine repair; paved street ;easy terma:
liberal discount .for half cash. 1 1.650.
Lininger & Meyer.
FOR SALE A good house and lot at
1729 Twenty-ninth street; house prac
tically new; lot 42x123; reasonable
terras. Come and Investigate. Call at
FOR SALE 'ote In Robinson-" addi
tion In South Heights, from $300 fro
3375; terras, 335 down, balance In five
years; a borne on easy terma Old
phone 1 165-tC IT. w. l.obinson.
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once,
two and two and a half acres, with
Pmall hous-, on Twenty-eighth ave
nue and Eighteenth street. Moline.
Call on A. ;. Cramer. 1813 Second
avenue. Old phone west 199.
FOR SALE Choice lot 67x108 feet, cor
ner Sixteenth street and Tenth aye
nee; one acre, with five-room cottage,
barn, chicken house, good well and
cistern, corner Eighteenth avenue and
Thirtieth street; must be sold by
March 1. Mrs. J. W. Barrett. Old
phone west 1205-L; 1012 Nineteenth
FOR SALE: MISCELLANEOUS.
SALE Coal from Price banks;
5 per ton. Old phone 893-T.
FOR SALE Ohio seed potatoes at 2418
Ninth street. South Rock sland.
FOR SALE Large Barred Rock cock
erels at 1533 Twenty-fourth street
FOR SALE At a bargain, two Rhode
Island lied cockerels. Call 61S Twenty-third
FOR BALE Cheap, an open buggy,
rubber tired, good as new. Apply 523
FOR SALE One Jewel gas stove and
one Lucks Meel range, at 1422 Fifth-a'iil-a-tialf
FOR SALE Two walnut beds and up
right piano. In good condition, at
1LJU Second avenue.
FOR SALE A child's upholstered
Kl-iyli: strom? and roomy. Inquire at
729 Thirty-ninth street.
FOR SALE- A Rock Island cook stove.
u. No. 1 bak-r. in noo.1 condition. In
quire SIS Fouxlh HVCilUf.
FOR SALIC A 2i-l'oot launch, with en
gines, iom;.lte. Inquire of Herman
'i'imini!. Twelfth street, Hears.
FOH SA1.I0 A piilr -f bay ma re.s.
weight 2.200 pounds; will sell cheap
it taken ut once; Lio.s Second avenue.
FOR SAL 14 Oak and pine mixed kind
ling, cut stove lengths, at 14.60 per
lead, delivered. Kahlko Drod. l'hone
FOK SAl.fcl Three full-blooded Rose
Ci-nib Knoiie Island Ucd cockerels: a
bargain, at lolo Filth avenue. Old
FOn SALE Cheap. If taksn at once,
one ideal curh register and one Hough
fc-ecurity cash recorder. inquire at
FOK SALhl Two work teams, wagons,
and lia rneMeti ; clu-ap if taken at once.
Inquire corner Twentieth avenue and
T w e n t y -f o u r I h si ive t.
Foil SAL K Hay mare, weight l.timi
pounds; good tliiver, single or dou
ble; also harness ami buggy. Inquire
HJu l-'o n teeiith-und-a-liall etreet.
Foil SALE- Kggs for hatching; A. C.
llai-kms. Marled Hocks, K'ell rsl r.tus.
lute Orpingtons, and White Wyan
doites; also baby chicks; 1511 Eighth
FOIt KALE- Cheap, a six-octave, oak
caso organ, lu good condition; a bar
gain if you have use for it. Inquire
W. 8. iiili, 4-0 liendrioke street, South
Rock Island, or The Argus ofltce.
Kill! HAI.i; E:gs for teh int; : Keller
t:i i a VV lilte Orpingtons $2 ; ll.ii'l ed l'l y
ti i . i I It Koek, 7"t lent.-; orttct' t.ike.n
lor day-old elneks; laying leillels, 7-
te.lla Up, lour Willie. lllpillKtun coclv-
eiels from initings of the tanions $Jn
mltlriKS. t'J up. WilliMiu l.av eii.iei ,
Kigli leent h avenue. 1'iione l;il-X.
FOK SALE LANDS.
FOK SALfcj it acre slock farm; One
Improvements; four miles from Milan;
price Slut) per acre. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE - Five acres of land and
modern eiht-room house; has fruit
tres and grapes; one block wewt of
Watch Tewer. luuuire William Wulff,
FOR BALE Oood truck farm In South
Rock Island; eery reasonable price;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars Call en Reldy lirux, room
4. Jtiltchell it Lynde building.
FOU BALE Several improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa. These farms are
level, black soil; none mum than tour
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
from $70 to Jim per acre. These farms
are all bargains. William Jennings,
Kock Island house.
OREOON FARMS 10 to t0 acres, for
$3u, f 10 down and f 10 a month; with
each farm will be Included a town lot
at Klamath Falls, Ore., population
6,000; all 10 and 20-acre tracts; are
located in the Grande Honda fruit
district. J. K. Kerns, agent, 107
becond avenue. Kock Island. 11L
HONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL. BiSTATE security at
lowest rates. Luaoipn Ik Reynolds,
lawyers. Hest block, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marion 1j Hwtrn
ey. attorney, rooms 4'i and 4a. Iducu
eil at Lynde building. Rock Island.
UjA.Ni on furniture, plauua, horses,
wagons, etc, quickly, pnvaieiy. at tne
'.until rates. Alutuai Loan Company
liuuot), room 11.' People s National
Laru building. AeS? piione &lv; old
pnoae west lit.
WE ILAKS A Si ECLALTT of loaning
money on duuokii goons, nurse, j
vtagona. etc. without ren.ovai and I
In a Quiet way. Call on us tor quick '
loans. Fidelity Loan i-ompaay, rwuin
40 Rest buudlsg.
JACKSON. liUlUJT nTArf OKiJ At-
! - . . A..law , HHu n b,u.tr
Nauoual bank euuuiitg.
Li ni. w f loan nn sa ittA rv i avaa i a
security. Kocma t'.t and Jul. fetfelj i
buwaing. Rocs. Island. 11. j
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WALK.LR, IN U RAM ax BWTENiCY At- i
turneys and cuautltri at i. Money
tu iun ou rea mum. rtooua 200
id. r"Jpie s National bank bj.idn,.
McLNlItr A McENIST AtLomcs-at.
iaw. Loan u.oi-ey on good security;
DUU collections. Rtferer.cex. Mitch
a at Lynde, bankers OlSce, Mibcbeil
EXPRESS AD STOBAGK.
kcUAbuU l UhAlifc, On ftret nuvii
also luanulacturer of awnings, teats,
wagon covers, etc. Tents lor rent. ii.
Roe,ler tc Co i0 FifteeuLa street,
pposlte the court bouse. Joca i "n
Estate of Arthur A. Peyser, deceased.
Th undorslraed 'having been ap-
ruSi","r" l"l .V. , of
IsUnd. We f IllfnoU. deceased.
h.rph tvr, ntr. thllt rht. wi;i artar
beforehe probate court of R-k Island
county, at tlie proliate court room, in the
j city of Rock Island, at the March
j term, on tire first Monday in March
rext. at which time nil perionj taring
claims nerainst sail estat" are noiin-u
and rf)'i"Sted to attend tor the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All per
sons inieht-d to sr.id estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to the
Dated 26th dav of January. r
1911. EMMA J POTHER.
Jackson. Tlurst A- Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of Christian Naab. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the lHSt will and
testament of 'hrl?t.an Naab. late of
he county of Il k Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby alvts notice tha
she will appear before the probat .
court of Roc k Island county, at the prc-lnt-
court room. In the city of Ko'-k
Itla-vi. at the April term, on the iln.t
Monday in April next, at which time all
persons having claims against said es
tate 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-urNierfritcned.
Dated this 27th -J.iv of January. A. D.
1911. KOiAXXA NAAB,
Albert Huber. attorney.
Estate of Basillus Winter, deceased.
The undTigried having been ap
pointed executors of the last will and
testament of Uaslllus Winter, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, defeased, hereby give notice that
they will appear before the probate
coi;rt of Rock Isinnd county, at the pro
bate court room, in the city of Hock
Island, at the Arril term, on the tlrst
Monday in April next, at which time all
persons having claims anT.ilut said es
tate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of Slaving the same
adjusted. All persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make liumeulale
payment to tne undersigned.
Dated this 27th dav of Janusrv, A. D.
1911. JOHANNA WINTER.
LOLLS J. WINTER.
Albert Huber. attorney.
Estate of John Garvin, deccaaed.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed Hilnilnislrator of the estvto of
John Garvin, late l the c ounty or Kock
Island, state til' Illinois, deceased, here
by gives noii. e that he will appear be
fore the prol ate court of Rot n Island
county, at the probat 11 court ro-'in, in
the city of Luck Jsiand. at tlm April
term, on the rirt Monday in April next,
ut which i:nie ml puiumu liavn.g rl.ums
against said i.tate are notified and re
quested to till ml lor the purpobe of
huniK the tame adjusted. Ali -rsons
indebit d to siiiii estate lllt rt quested i( I
make 1 uiniedialu lajnieiit to tlie uuder-
Lated Slst d iy of January, A. D. 1911.
THOMAS J GARVIN.
MeEnlry & M.-tlnlry, oilclto:n.
E.'tate of ravld J. Kennedy, deceased.
The uiMlers1ncd having been ap
pelated executrix of the last will anl
te, tfimcnt of David J Kennedy, bite o!
tlie cotin'.y it Hock It-land, statn of Lll
I ois, deceased, litleby gives i;otlco thai
she will appear before the probute court
of Itock inland county, at the probat"
court room, in the ciiy of Roek Island,
at the April term, on tlie Inst. M.jikIm)
ill Aplil l;clt, at Which lime, all peia ins
having claims eguinst ald rstale are
notified and leqiiekled to attend for the
lUt'l'Ube ol having Hie same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to sn.ld estate are
requested to uia.ko iuiiucd.altt paymt-iit'
to ihe undersigned.
Dated this lh day of Kclirnai y. A. D.
Hill. A1AV U KENNEDY,
Walker, Ingram Sweeney, attor
Adiniulatrator'e Not Ire.
Estate of John ypt llnniii, dcceafed.
Tim uiidertstgm tl having 1. n ap
pointed administratrix ot tliu estate o.
Jo:. u bpeilinaii, Ulti tf tlie county itl
Hock Island, Mutu of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gltes notice, trial she will appear
lief ore tne. pi o hale court ol Hot it ISittii-l
county, ul the. pruuutu court rnuiii, In
tha city ul Kock Inland, at I he .l,iy
lei ill, o,. tliti Hi si .MuiiOii) in May hex',
at wnicli time utl pcisoim having cl.iluis
ujlnl said tstiilo are iiotilmd ami if
quealed to ult'itd lor tnu M.ij.ofb ol
navlng tti .imoj aljuste.d. vll person
indebted to aulU estate are requested lo
inako liimiediale pu inent to liu i.njtl -biiicd.
Dated 7th day of February, A. I. 1911.
M l 11V .SI'ELl.MAS',
Adrnlul.,1 1 all Ix.
R. W. Olmsted, attorney.
iiuper bariKliig; 1,
wa.il ;;i.tr al c uls u
hmli a vi line.
cents a loi
roil and ui
it' xOu WAA to Ouy, eeil, trade ui
rent anytmug, euguao help or mcuu
a situailoii, me, i4n auu Journal i
tne one paer in Aiu.iua that cau-Uu
'. for you. Mail niiil Juuinal wants
aie pouiar, and juatl anu Journal
wants bring itsulie. One-hall cent
per word is tue price to all aliKt,
cash in advance; twu-uenl stamp wn.
Oo. Evening ana toaturUrty Aea,n auu
Journal. Muiine. Ill
AllSTll ICI S OF T1TLK2.
lsihACiB of title preparuu or cwu
lliiUed lo date cuveriiia any real e
Late in tne county. 1-roinpi and a:
curate service at i aaouauH rates
hock Island Title . Abstract Com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; w
eweciiey, secret ry; HUO-Jlua, seowiu.
tl'jor, Fcoples National bank uuim
Mmln in Our Day.
Faid back In small, convenient Irmtnl-mnt-;
our ltw rates hurt our 'mtetl-
tors. but will benent yon. V let or f I nance I
company. I!1" -Nbilanus building, ner tin 1 I
and Alain streets, Daienporl. Nut till
Ck&xlza Us. l&iod2oa
(The Best Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE, fftailTNINO AND WISLi
Gf3ce, 172i Third avenue. Rates rta-
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
HIV lllACIUHS AND Ul'ILUKRs,
General Couirat tors mul liuilUers.
All kii-ti of carpenter contracting and
rtpalr work promptly and neatly done
at reaonaole prices. Lids soliciuu.
V ork gUAi ai.leeU.
C. 1L lONM. luztf Beventtenth avenue.
I'boiic west 141.
CiiRlHT LANGE, 1123 tit vtnttetitn
street. I'd one west 1114.
Manufacturers of Ka.Bh. Doors. Blinds
snd Stairs. Interior finish of all kinds
Hardwood Veneer luoring, and deal
ers In (itiut. 811 and it Jkigbteeats
CI. IHTOT4 XT.
FERM A NENTI.T LOCATED.
A IIS' ll.VTKI.Y RELIARI.rl.
?li ial low fee for one week longer, a
general clulrvovant reading.
Martcl is positively the gr.n'est clulr
vovant in the woi 1,:. He tell vou Jilt
a hat you w.int to know ar.d Just what
I sl.ou hi d. lie 1, 11 yo.i how li sue.
r.'i'ii in bu -in- In.- to in.ikc moiif v In
speculaU-in, how to quli-kly Sell your
propi-M - at a llg rl -r; lo.'iites hurled
t rr.tbtiii rf. re;n)ve. evil Influences, telle
on how to o vi rcni:i- y our rival In bus
iness; tel: whether your husi-and. wife
or Hwtethenrt l true or fal-o recnttes
tlie feparat-il. r:ii:oi a p-r ly autl hap
py marriaKe witii tt'.rt miu- vnu love, re
stores list affection, settle all lovers'
quarrel; ir.akt.i your sweetheart true,
tells when and wrom Vou will marry,
giving the name In full and data of
marriar.. anl how to win tin 'Mi you
love. If ou are in trUiihle or doubt.
all at once. He Is perfectly honest and
imninlfrs tl.ut everything be tell yon
will come tine. Telll v iu lm to live
happy iir.d L'oi.teliteil tne rest of your
lile. and be fortunate. iiow to obtain
the t.ion-y you wan!, uml wnat yon are
b"st adapted for. Tc:: what you have
done, what you are dolr.g now, ami
wl .it you jiie going to t . All toll
without iiMklng a si-iKle nest Inn.
oilh i! bonrs, 10 a, in. to H p. ni.; Bun
d ', 1 In u p. Ill
TOU HiaCy t-t , Davenport.
A well lcra'cd lot on I2th streets
puvlng and sidewalks paid fur;
a snap at SflT"5.ee
A n'.-ri'om iiou.-a In Bouln Rock
Dlar ti. In good shape, marly
We have two lots on 9 V street
aid If tit ti rvi nue; east front;
one M corner lot; at ST23.0
A two-story limine on 2lh street:
two yearn old. has furnace ana
electric ligrn S.3.SSS
L'st your propertv with u.
We wrlm Insurance; nirely bonda
405 Rest building Rock Inland. UL
HIiislblLsaia'il k Tosssi.
INbURANCE AND HEAL E3TATH.
w ill uhi-
lor trad", prloe
Se ii r-
bouse, ,iJii"mI mo.rSw
M I e
In III l la m loea-
Ki x room im
a n y
in. a' any priee
2 ...l"H It I I 1 ol f, New M' Vl' O ,tnd
at 11 per i 1 "i I nut ' a k- any
kind of t: I I ii- ooi- pi i ; i i . . lake Ui
to t.ai.ie.n on hilt
2k ii' res hr-t 'Pins Iowa laful, flist
( Im-w Improve rio n in, 4ia an m i e
Kin hi y-ai't e fitrm, ivhi mht from
Muw .ihii", ii.i'i.I 1 rut ro in' n i . tl'i'i an
re. will la k c cl i propel i y in on t h l.
47-ecr (arm. nil level, 1,1 .o k rl S
. m, pi r if i
We loan m'.r.ty. wri'e r.r Inx-ira'ice,
iir.d rent 1; . is. m o ;i, i m.on'- w l tl.
ftesl'leie-e pnone 'rl li-l
Bbnkcnburi tc 1'b.ikf uhurj,
301 P KI.1 V lli'M.I'IN'l
Lave lii4 coiiiitltreuV
Ua a LUlooai Cicad.
cu tau toueidv-r it a
pieugiiiv, fur tLu uc May is
io let lis Lic-ar IliU buIUtll. 'llll.ll
wash day is tncic-Jy m lutiller
Of t-oelifj thO bo.iv'll ticlut
togtiLcr. VVLcm our wuou
talis, wast! tidy is over aa tur
as you are coin i Ltd. Lcu
iLe clothes bio ie'-uriicd tLty
will Le ci'.-au auU
UciltiUll ullj Ilooll. IliU toloix
will oe brlt-Lt, iliu LutLobs will
Le ou, llttie Al l be no rips or
tears. tv ilea you ciisiuc-r tLe
txt-hso of wfckliiog. thu price
you pay to help, the cost of
fuel, the discomfort uhl &2ra
vation, you will say our way is
truly econoinlcsl. Drop us a
pottal or plioue us how.
601 TWELFTH STREET. BOTH