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THE ROCK! ISL'AND ARGUS, MONDAY, MARCH 6. 1911.
fBEEIM J ' hq, stuck
SOBBED?; ToUHoe )
VI .TiiaiKT r. COX Real estate an
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
firs companies represented. Your pct
rsUE solicited- Phones west 22. and
new 6172. Office at court house.
liJuXNETrS Insuranoe Afttey Fire- !
Ills, accident, hea-itn and plate gtasr.,
real estate and
loans. Second floor
CfH:e phone west
site. Residince pr.crie
Wednesday and tutu.-'.'.
WIO WILL BOND TOU SiMUtora', aci
ailnJstrators'. g janjii.s . tru-c.ees or
any kind of Judicial b'j.iup. locc-fa auu
society officers; c ly. fii.;te tr L. a
goTcninwnt ofK :lxi.i: contractors, po
sition of trust; In fact, any kind of
band you wan' (except hell r-uudn;.
Terms- reasonable. Hayes oi 'i.:ave
land. resident naraxtrs, Fidelity i;
Deposit Company or inlaryland.
bhessmiKim; ami tailuiuag
i.EARN practical dre.-fiirU: ing n.ti'i la
cl es' tailoring and In i:.ie;iendi nt and
Bidf-Jiupporting. We !, yut; to cut.
lit. des.ign anu cake ir i.ov.nu iruin
your own materia 1st .-":,trt iif.'i.t. and
right now, for the spring season. G. H.
Orahbe, Ladles' Vail "! i.rui Drersmak
er. South Putnam ru : Idlroi:. Daven
port. ld phone norm ,"5;;. Establi.ui
ilhlNKY tiA-ETWJli tToprletor Cnip
plannock nursery. Cut Uowers and
desiKtts of all Kinds ::ty more. 1 t;o 7
BmsoQd avenue. Tcieiiiou lllu
EXPRESS ANU MOl'.AbG.
REl-lABl.r; 8TOHAG1. On Ursi Owl
also mamuXacturer of a wiiuim, tents,
vrtfon covers, etc. T-c;t5 for rent. H.
Roessler & Co.. 209 Fllteenth street,
opposite the court liOu.-. Kk li;;nii
CARD OF T3AK!.
MR. AND MISS. AEBEK V Hi iOF.1:;-
daughtersi desire to eireH-i tm ir u ri
eere thankn to friends end n i :i oers
for klndnv.4Sos shown Them in tiieir
late bereavement. als. lor the floral
g lUrde-rcr is appendi-
uaJjr viitiuig, but Dr.
Pills kill it "if pre-
tly stimulate stcm-
ach, liver ai
r lint invites appeDdi-
netiptt (n, headache.
jU. T v c pty-ti ve ceat,s
at all drugg
Made in One Hay.
Paid back In small, corn . r.ient irsta.:
rnents; our low rates i;urt our conipi-il-tors.
but will benefit Vi -tor Finance
CC-opsny. Mi'Maii'.s leii'.d.tin, Scci, i
and Main streets, ! .! vci.j ort Noi t.n
(The Best is ti.e Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE, lightning and wind j
' Lstabiished 1674.
Offloe, 172S Third avenue. Rates rea
i ROCK ISLAND, ILL
"Wliich way?" "Vll. to
tell you the truth. I aan go
ing down town to gei a loan
on toy household goods, pi
ano. erjn.t"- w uat we r j
nave to buy to live on is eo
terribly high, we drif :cd be
hind, but they all want
their money Just the same. fJ
Could you advice me where Vi
i ,h rhpanest and h. er - 'l
and bt st
. 13 in "
, . n rO
,y I could ..e Xc-w f- 3
Loan con . by f"'2 i
s, in fac- it's the '
only loan compa .. now in pi
Rock Ialand, toi ra.es cut - ;
io Uo on houst'- ; l goods,
piano, live stock, real es- ' j
tate and diamond.-" Don't pJ
mistake the nu:. . er. cor- 3
ner-Eighteenth s teet and I, j .
Second avenue. isoiv. Fv-T :
Second avenue, est 17 7. t- ji :
Mjr. J. W. Jones t
in miMMii. ii.i.m.. n'mtWammitM I
IMoney to Loan
ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS LIVE STOCK, ETC. A call
will rtmvince you that our TERMS and RATES are
Reliable Loan Co.
1805'2 Second Avenue, Old Phone 1008.
THE SCUP PLATE.
Seventeenth Century Cookbook
Telle Vhy It Was Invented.
A valet of Louis XIV. published a
cookbool: in lrkjj In wtleh he gives as
foi!ovs"the rcatoa for the invention of
: the hollow soup plate:
; The plates of tin? guests will be hol
; .-iv in order that they may help tliem
; selves t as much soup as they may
' wen": v, if bout being obliged to take It
: f poonful by rpo'.nful because of the
i elrssniPt they may have for one another
on seeing the spoon fro from the mouth
t the tureen.
; -lost sr. it will be seen, used their
own spoons to I'M their plates, the i
, large spoon to In- used for serving: the
''.ip not bfinjr invented t5Il some time
V! even ft hundre.I ve.-irs sftor the
ir. vent iri-i f the roup plate (17-!fi r
wr'iV- on civility ;nvied thift all the
dir-hes Ph' vM be sr placed on the table
tl ;it eery r-ne could reneh thom with
hi'-; spoon :ixnl th.it if the soup was
served in u i;h trurcem every one
:.h -u!d bf 'p himsf'f v. itb his own
sp-ioa with' 'i sf-miii to be in a ht'rry.
A wor!: a manners that appenred
just before th; French revolution
deetne'; jt hf-'! to ncvise lis read' rs
thl it was iriiju.'iie to pass t'le s;hou
back Jind forth be i ween ti e mouth and
Difficult Horseback Feat. j
; There tire t:, lefrer i;:r.-;cin'-ii in the i
j world tlitm the cavalry ofiicers rf the i
, IUiliau army, .vet even jr.ioup them i
there nre very f nv wiio could perform !
the feat ncliifved ty one ef them. To i
. run :m ordinery foot race is easy I
! euo'jirh. but. to run at full speed for
several hundred yards holding in one
i hand a s-poou on which rests an egg
! and to roach the jcoal without dropping
j the epjr id : feat which must te prae
i tlced cHrefuily h louf: time before it
rail be ierfi'rned successfrily, and as
a result there are not many who can
' be sure of accomplishing it whenever
they try. Ore.it. therefore, waa the
surprise when at: Italian officer mouuf-
el on horseback performed this did
. ci:l; fea. Moreover. Ire selected a
' coii"!i in which there were two or
three hisrb fences, and these lie chared
at ft:!! ?llop without iosirr the egg.
Time For Stillness.
Mrs. Mae j.aeiil.ui was kind to her
America n boarder, but she did not pro
pose to allow 1 it to overstep the limits
I of a boiirderV privileges, and she made
j Jt very clear. One Huuday the boarder j
j returning from a wa'.k'found, the win- I
i dows of hr riH'in. which she had left j
1 wide open, tightly closed.
"Oli. Mrs. MaeLachlpn. I dont like my
; rfoir to p't stuffy." she said when she
wer.t downstairs again. "I like plenty
of fresh air." j
"Your room will na get stuffy in one j
d.ny." said her landlady firmly. " 'Twas i
never cur eastern, miss, to hae fresh
air rooshin' about the bouse on the
"My Doy tens me you aiscnargea
him.'' said the late office boy's mother.
"ou advertised for a strong boy. aDd
he was ptronc
'Madam. replied the merchant, "he
-was too strong. He broke all the rules
of the office and s-me of the furniture
in the two days he was with us."
Kis Fishing Trips.
"Fa. where do you go lishir.g?"
"Mv son. 1 never go fishing nowa
dav- " I
Well fr Snarler slid Inst r,rht !
Wei.. Mr. . naner saia last ntgDt
j'ou were always throwing a sprat to j
catch a mackerel." !
Courage that grows from constitu
tion often forsakes the man when he
has occasion for if courage whiva
arises from a sense ff duty acts io a
uniform manner. A Jdis.in.
Mads Up by Herself.
S-liicus We hear of many self made
men, but seldom of a self made wo
man. C'ytfleus How nlont the wo
man whose face is 1 er fdnun?-Fhir-adelpfcia
roR KEirr rooms.
WANTED A salesman; apply at 822
FOR F-ENT Two modem furnished
rooms at 1130 Second avenue.
FOR KENT- Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at SOT Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping at 1309 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT An attractive room, fur
nished and all modern, at 502 Tweaty
FOR RENT Furnished room, suitable
for on or two gentlemen, at 1517
FOR RF.XT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, also sleeping rooms, at
312 Fifth street.
FOR REST Two nicely furnissed
rooms; has water and gas in rooms,
at 527 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Two large furnished front
room, suitable tor one or two, at
216 i-s Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished room, with all
modern convene r.rcs, including use of
p.-ione. at 4 51( Eighth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished iront
room, all modern conveniences; use of
old pho.it. kzli Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT One large modern furnish
ed I rout room, suitable for two; rent
reasonable; at luOl FiIUi-aud-a-haU
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms, with board, in private fumily;
best location, Lear tar line. Faoas
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping in a modern home,
suitable for man and wile, at 1517
FOR RENT Three suites of furnished
rooms for light hoc-ieepUig; also
three salves on second ficwr. at 515
FOR RENT Modern furnished sleep
ing looms; aiso furnlsned rooms lor
light housekeeping- Old phone weet
6i; 1303 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room, entirely
modern; use of old phone; only five
blocks from busln-53 district; on two
car iines; at ICrf Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished ro"m, with
bo'ird. strictly r:ioier'i. suitable for
one ir two, ;;iMitic-nii;i i cterrcii ; ref
erences rcquireu. 3-1 Eighth street.
FCtR RENT Two modern furnished
j looms-. sm:tr!e tor iijAht l.ooekee-
ii, k. 1 o i. i lit: rouiiie : t lio;, t i h I hi rt n ;
of piei.e; uS't Twtlfth stiett.
1-nonc 1 1 7-..
FOR It EXT IIOU5KS.
f-'r i F : K-f-V-.'T Moilein ei n ' : t - ri wm liour
! iici'iir" 2"2 Sixth avcp.uc. Old phono
-A five-room cottage, with
i i 'ii tu ovement;--. Inquire
FOR It ENT V'
half of double house.
I'll st avenue. In-
li- r'i'inis. at t'
. lire 1 1 mi 1 irst
FOR RENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern Improvements: IK'2 Seventeenth
fctrect. Rook Island. E. 11. Guyer.
FOR RENT M'idern eight-room hous?
at Sl 'I'wcnt i'-t h ptrect. Inonive at
eioltman s r sla ura nt, K-Jo Second
FOR RENT An eight-room ho'ise; fur
ilii' e, wct'-r sstem. ami ;uilen. lo
ci!td on Vai"h Tuair r";i'i. iniitiiic
.;. V. ('oilo-r. 'atlh Tmver ro.id..
KOil REVf Ml(ELLANEOls.
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; all conveniences. In
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice si:te with large pri
vate vault. Apply room lui). F. K.
FOR RENT 83-acre farm: Rood build
ings and fine wnter. i.lniiiger & Mey
er. 1810 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Store building-, suitable for
notion and drv goods store; used as
suir'i for l' years; location. (HI) Ninth
street. Jnouirc at same number.
WANTED Position by young married
man hs a teamst'-r with some con
struction company, or other outside
work: good education: resident of this
city. Address "Tfams!'r." care Ar
gus. KOMCV TO LOA5.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE secnrlty at
lowest rates. Ludolph & Reynolds,
lawyers. Best block, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real ettate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms 32 and 5. Mitch
ell & Lynue building. Rock Island.
LOA-Ntx on furniture, pianos, hordes,
v.agons, etc.. quickly, privately, at the
:,otst rates. Mutual Loan Ccmpany
iluulnc), room 411. People's; National
hank building iVb7 phone blu'j; old
phone weet 122-
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY or loaning
money on licusthulu goods, horses,
w leg or. a, etc , without removal and
in a quiet way. Call on ua for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan Company, room
4oi Best bulidicg.
turnuys-at-law. Ofllce in Rock Island
National bum building.
SEA RLE ii M-AliSlLVLL Lawyers,
iaunty tu loan on good real estate
security. Houmt StK and iui, &iet
bunding. Rock Island. 111.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law buj.iiesa; corporation.
-.robate and real estate law; an p.o-
pies Bank bu..d ng Phone w&st 843.
Vt ALXtl. I.MjKAM Hi fc Y A (uNliiT At
torneys and counselors at law Money
to icon on real estate. Rooms 2cm
011. People s National bank building
McLNIRY & McENISY Attorney s-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell t I.yi.ue, bankers. Oiiice, Mitchell
Ac Lynde building.
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at once, a
nrt ciass raeut market doing good
bJsir.tes. AJarew "Meat Market,"
care Argus, or phone west IujI.
FOR SALE A modern meat market;
frooa location; no expenses, a bargain
t taken at once; other business rea
son for selling. Address Box 41L
East Mibne. 111.
! FOR SALE Postal ar.d penny picture
' gallery; must seil on account of poor
health, a snap for some one; cheap
; for cash. Call north 22t6-Y; 203:-,
' Brady street. Davenport, Iowa.
.t!rr aid roou.
' LOST A brown collie dog: wooiy and
' very fat. A reward for return to 1703
Twenty -fourth street.
s scarf Pin; owner mav
r.ave sarse by cailL-g on J. L Free
man. 171214, Second avenue, proving
LO?T Su-.day afternoon on F.ridg
iine. a pakag-e cont?..i-.ing tr.ree ma:I
parcels, cr.e with add res? on. Pieas
teturn to 'ii. I." 5 us office.
W A7TTED 3HA LB HELP.
WANTED A good hors-jshoer at Graves'
shop, 81S Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
hoii.'fkffplrr; M mdrn: gas in
laundry; at 2 71 S l itth avenue.
WANTED Six yoursr men to work on
passena-er trains; good ray for trofe
who can follow line. Inquire J11S
WANTED Mn to parn the automo
bile business; we teach you at home;
sret ynu we?klv j "b; make tlu
weeklv while learning-. Rochester
Auto School. 158. Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED By large corporation, neat
appearing polh-itors to travel with
nunter; must be single, sober, and
hustlers. Call Mr. Burrow. Maucker
houe. corner Sixtcer.tri street and
Fourth avenue, after 0 p. m.
WASTED FEMALE ItKl-P.
WANTED A gdfii washerwoman; ap
ply at 99 Twenty-third street.
taurant. -Two girls at Wright's res-
124 Seventeenth street.
WANTED A sirl to assist with house
work at 17'K Twenty-second street.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
it earn heated rooms at 1;".03 Seventh
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
;;.! h--e.:.ework at 1'41 Twenty-sec-::
1 si rrei.
WANTED An experienced girl at the
Roek Island Steam Laundry, 1814
FOR HEXT Nicely furnished room,
centrally located, modern, at 12S0 Sec
ond avi nue.
WANTED A girl to do general bfjuse
worl;; small fninily; no washing; 74J
Twt-nt j-third street.
WANTED Competent second girl; good
wacs. Apply Mrs. James Connors,
7e2 Twentieth street.
WANTED A competent girl to d
housework. Mrs. H. 11. Cleaveland,
Mi.'i Nineteenth street.
WANTED A good, competent girl to do
peneial housework. Apply at once,
7 3 ' Seventeen! a street.
WANTED An experienced girl to
general housework; kooiI waqcs
right party; 1714 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Either a competent second
girl, or cook: goeil waa-n. Apply Mrs.
James Connors. 7"2 Twentiith street.
WANTED Gil! to do gcncr.il house
work: good wages for ea pabie Kirl.
A'ip!v at 2433 Eiehtti avenue. Plume
WANTED Tonne bidy with prood
knotvlmlse of Job composition: per
manent position: state wuere you h ive
worked. Addnss "Printer," c.i re Thv
FOR RENT Two nioftTii furnished
rooms. Miitahic for i;;i.t housekeep
ing, to y otitic on 'i" v ; t i on t children;
use ot priori-; 1J3'J Twelfth strict.
Phone 3 147-X.
WANTED A girl a-; cook ;ind latin-ir-;
must he competent, clean urnl
will 'Tii!-. Also. -i tiinii :is houseman and
to curi- for l.ivvn. Aodriss "i..'' citie
Diily Review, .M' limoiuh. HI.
WANTED At once, live bright, enpable
ladl-s ier 21, to travel, eieniu n.-1 r; te
and sell d-alei-s; $jr, to J"i0 per v .i k:
railroad larc paid. t oioiiricii irn
company. PIOS-ISIO llsirney street,
ma ftii. Neb.
WANTED I m. res to learn the new er
i tii tin pei-ma U'-i.t h ' ir-.va v.-; a-i elietri-
! 1 process by which straight hair i
t imed to naturaili- wavy and r mains
so perm. men 1 1 y ; -.vatei- does not atl'i-i t
it; biir rnonev itui o- i1")i:l, it; ladies
pay exoibitart pia:S for it: we teach
it in li w lessons and iiirtiish ritijt
meiit; oiir spe ic I of) i r this nionili 'i.t
to t-aei hairdi essinsr to our students
of the rcrninticiit wave entirely free.
We also teach rua n h-u r i n g. facial
massage, eniropodv, and lt-ctrolyyi..
Write Muler eoiier., t litcaso, 111.
Sewintr, laauy and plain;
li ua i .in teed. Phone, west
WANTED ClerMdne- and general work
to do by the day. inquire at 25-i
Fin h n t.d -a -hall a ven no.
WANTED Two or more rooms for light
Jiocsckcetung in In- Seventh ward.
Cail t'(4-K after 6 o'i lor it.
WANTED To rent piano to right party in
exchange for on.i lady's laundry. Ad
dress ' Piano." care Argus.
WANTED Hy the tlrst of April, a four
(i. live-room no is.-,' with huge lot.
Addnss " W. f. S.," care Argus.
WANTE D Hoarders and roomers; good
home cooking: onlv a few blocks from
f low shop. Inquire tiOS Third u venue.
WANTED Your amateur fnidhlng at
the iiiown Studio, over liana's drug
btore, corner Trurd aveuue and Twen-tl-
WANTED--To buy, a good second hand
lypi t- .vi l tcr. lie.ip. Call manager at
tho J. J. tiricr news i;taini, 'imrty-I.t-t
WANTED Pain sowing; misses' and
( hiiuion s work a specialty. Ca.ll i.t
1120 Fourteeiith-and-a-half atrfeel, city.
Old phone we. t 04 4-Y.
WANTED To launder, lac curtains;
work promptly called lor and de
livered. Mrs. Luella Titterington,
144i Fourteenth street. Old phone
WANTED To ttnt. about March 25.
three unfurnished rooms jor ligin
l.oiisekecpuig. in goia location, by
married couple. A .dieiSil. 11. li.,"
care A rgus.
WANTED Washings to do at the Col
ored Home Laundry. 1 3 'J Fourteenth
street; excellent .aad work (lone; ur
rttrn will receive o .r prompt atten-t:-jii.
dl piioiie west Tt.'5-X. Labte:
WANTED Lare curtains to clean at any
time; blankets and q jiits to wash dur
ing hot weatnrr only. Send postal
raid to Mrs. Mainr. 2P''7 Sixth a.t
liiio, ;..;d your work will receive
pr enjt and careful utttr.lion.
WANTED B:d3 tor general eonatrue
ti "ii. also bids for the plumbing and
heating and el'-rtiic wiring or" new
Reck Island CI . r, house, to be re
ceived in the e.'li' e of tt.e architect,
0;ct Z Ccrvin. 4 1 Safety building,
up to 5 o rim k j'. m. March M. iiiil.
iinns may be seen ia the office of the
arc h i it-., t.
; LET Fross do your paper banging; 15
cents a iOii; wan taper at 4 cents a
roil and up; 2521 S.xth avenue.
I'ARTIES looking f c r gool farms should
tend for my Ic.Iletin des'rri hing over
2 te bartair.s ar.d thour-aadu of acres
of wild land. Akerson. Lir.dstroin
IF TOU WANT to buy. ell. trade or
rent asylbix.g. engage help or se-ure
a eltuailca the ii&jj and Jcuraai ia
ths one paper In iioone that can do
' ; for you. Mall acd Journal wants
ai'e popular, and Aiaol ax.d Journal
wants bxlag results. 0:.e-hali cent
pr wore is l-le prrs to all fcJin-.
o.ih In advance; tw--ccrjt stamps wlii
do. Eenlrrg and Saturday Mali aad
Journal. Molme. IU.
HOI SE WAVTED.
MR LANDLORI'. we want you to no
tify us by telephone or postai wnta
your noi;t is vacant. We have a
con- piete rent Irs: of the tri-cltits,
ar.d cave SO to 40 applications caily
lor houses. We wiil sci ti.em. and
wiit-OLt cr.e ce:.i f exi --ns.5 to yoo.
S j. Timer :'.e Id lla-lV.sk &aai Uric 1
streeL LavcrpvfL -, l -f "
FOR SAL1S CTTV PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Six-room eottsdte at 143
Fourteenth street.,. Inquire at same
FOR SALE Modern seven-room cottage
r-p.r Long View park, cheap for cash.
Addr?ss "J. X.." Argus.
FOR SALE Eight-room bouse, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue; eat y terms. Inquire, at resi
dence. FOR SALE A five-room cottage at ISM
F.jgnteenth avenue; fine location: lot
65-foot front. For terms Inquire on
FOR PALE: A 10-room house, located
on Fifth street. Fifth avenue; sewer,
and water in house; price $2,200. Eck
hart & BufTum.
FOR PALE Six-room house at 1310
Fifth avenue; bath, gas range, hot anil
cold water. Inquire at above num
ber. Phone 728-L
FOR SALE At a bargain, a stor with
flat above, located at 273 Firth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twenty -eighth
FOR SALE: Flvs-room cottage, new. In
tine repair; paved street ;eay terms;
liberal discount .for half cash. 11,650.
X-ii'.inger Ac Meyer.
FOR SALE Two five-room houses on
large lot, at Thirtieth street and Sev
enth avenue; price reasonable. Call at
.'34's Sixteenth street.
FOR SAI.H Eleven lots io J B. Wtn
trr's addition; will sell on Install
ments, or trade for renting property;
53- Twenty-third street.
FOR SALE A lot between Twenty-fourth-and-a-haJf
street between Fif
teenth and Sixteenth avenues: price
right for quick sale. Phone 1260-Y.
FOR SALE At reasonable price, a nine
room modern dwelling, located within
walkiiis' .distance from the business,
center. H. L. Schlll, agent, S33 Nine
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 SALE A 6"xl40-foot lot. with two
room house on rear end; located on
Twenty-tit th street. Sixteenth avenue,
price i.iuii; $lmi. balance on payments
Eckhart jfe Luffuni.
FOR SALE $!.2.".iJ buys four-room
liofise and two lii.'.j lots on Fortietii
street, near Ei:a street ar line; 35
fruit trees; grapes and lurries. V. N.
Mercc-r, 4u3 Safety building.
Ftl: SAhE Four-room house, $1.40.
$5'i0 il'iwn, balance easy terms, also
to four-ioom bouses on one lot. f,
niKt cash takes tln-m both. V,'. R. "ni
gh s. Eleventh and lji-ash.tr. South
FOR SALE A new six-room cottage at
15J4 Seventh street; will be iimshed
in about io d.i,s; modern except sew
er; terms, pari payment down, bal
ance monthly payments, or will rent
to riciit party. Inquire 1700 Sixth
street. Old phone Wfcs.1 12ti.
FOR SALE Two rive-room cottages.
i.4'M cjih; two six-room cott.tfc,es.
Jl.nOij each, on Sixteenth-aiid-a,-nall
street. South IPiirhts. tine seven-
I'W'in house, with two lots, on Twelftn
street, $2.iMi. T rins, ou--third down,
l-a lance at ti j r cent, or 5 per cent
oif for cash. Twenty - live lots soutu
of Aiken street, bet iwen Twelfth and
Sevfiiteenth streets; price from tint
to $4o0. Terms, 2- down, balance in
live years at t pet- cent, or 5 per cent
off tor cash. E. W. Robinson. 1454
Richmond street. Phone west 1165-lv.
FOR SALE MinrElXABOVS.
FOR SALE Cheap, second hand lunc
bcr. Call west 1555.
FOR SALE Early Ohio seed potatoes,
tci cents per bushel, at 021 Twenty
FOR SALE """-pound pony; cart, and
harness. J. Edwin Joseph, Twelfth
st i t. Sea i s. J j I
F( R SALE (diver typewriter
class condition; price $.'2.50.
il"! Tenth si i et.
FOR SALE An almost new Jewel steel
iniiuc, with hot water front, at lt,12
OriiK n l i-wi I h a yen ue.
FOR SALE Two wainut beds and up
right piano, in good condition, at
12ao Second avenue.
FOR SALE Oak arid pine mixed kind
ling, cut stove lengths, at (l.au per
load, delivered. Katiiko Pros. 1 houo
F(R SALi! 10 high-bred laying pul
lets, .f I t tt-h; liarred Rocks and Rhode
Island Reds. luqnlie at 1520 Nint.i
h ven uc
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once,
one Ideal cash regiuier ana one Hough
Security cash recorder. Inquire at
FOR SALE The beautiful gold coin
btrain Huff Orpingtons: eggs and day
ol i (.hi ks. catalogue free. J. li. Jo
seph. Sears. 111.
Ft 'R SALE (li e bay marc In foal: also
live-year-old iHnn h'U'fce. Call be
tween il a tu and 2 p. rn. at 2'Jl
T wetit let h btr i et.
FOR SALE A pony, seven years old.
brokw to tirtve single or double, good
pony for children; will sellheap, 41s
FOR SALE Two work teams, wagons,
and tia rues scs ; cheat if taken at once.
Inquire curi.i 1 i .unUttu a Venue and
FOR SALE r-arlor and dining room
set, ref 1 ig el a l"r. gas lanie, laundry
stove and other household goods, at
1710 Twelftn avenue.
FOR SALE --Eggs for hatching: Rose
comb Liuwu Legnorn; alo single
comb Ifniwii Leghorn pullets; ail arc
laying; 1516 Tu enly-fitUi street.
FOR SALE A Kimball upright rose
woiat pia no ;' will sell (heap for (ash
or 0:1 is.-y weekly payimnls. Roil;
Island S-c.:.d Hand stoi,-. 'fwility
hrst tiii 1 and Third avenue.
FOR SALE $12 dictionary (Webster
i'ni versa! 1 ; uause l; pri' t $3 75; ais t
sterecpti' or, vi- w camera, with tripod
and 11 plate iioiders, $i.25. uaiunt
new. J.-epiire ej Tenth street.
FOR SALE LA AD.
FOR SALE 24 acre siock farm; Has
Improvements; four miles from Milan,
trice $lui pet acre, l.eldy Bros.
- Jcipl im-r idian. except the west twenty
FOR SALE Eight.--6 re farm In Scott! 1j a r s Hereof, Willi th: apj.urten-
iiiiy, 11 ir.ii's i.orio o. 1 a ver.port : i
Arg j s.
FOR SALE Good truck farm la Bouta
Rock Island; very reasonable pries;
good house ana outbuildings. For
particulars cail en Keidy isroa. room
4, Juitcncil at Lynde butiding-
FOR SALh bcveral Improved farms in
Wortn county, Iowa. Tritee iarn.saie
ievvl. black kull; none iuuki than four
miics from ruiirua-1. prices ranging
from $70 to $!0 per acre. These farms
are ail ba.rkalna Wililam Jennings,
Rock Lisnd uouie.
MULTIPLE LLLCTROLYSLS SurlVuT
cus hair3 oa face ar.d arms perma
tiOL.tly removed wlta .one to six
i. ctc.es; four to tlx hours wcrk in
or.e With s.x. triatnieiits given at
tome unless oiherwise des.red. Ad
dress Miss A. IL Klttridge, Flat 1
Argyle Flats, lirady street. Craven
port. OJJ phone 3125.
ALTO AXU CARRIAGE BODIES.
CHARLES AC K ERLY. manufacturer of
htd-r.iade bod;e of all kinds; also
auto dtcvi-ry bodies; all work guar-
r..tia iieasquarters at aiix.nau
Estate of John Garvin, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
John Garvin, late of the county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that he will appear he
fore the probate court of Rock Island
countv, at" the protmte court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the April
term, on the lirvt Monday in April next,
at which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for the purposo ot
having the same adjusted. All persons
Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the under
signed. Dated Slst d.iv of January, A. P. 1911.
TUOMAS J. OARVIS.
McEr.iry & McEnlry. solicitor
ExeutiT-s 7f etlce.
Estate of David J. Kennedy, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of David J. Kennedy, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, e'eceased. hereby gives notice that
she will appear before the probate court
of Rock Island county, at the prohat-
court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at the April term, on the first Monday
in April next, at which time all person
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 7th day of February. A. D..
1911. MAY L KENNEDY.
Walker, Ingram & Sweeney, attor
neys. Sale of Heal Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, Illinois, made on the petition of the
undersigned, diaries R. Wiieeian, a ad
rni n is t-alor of the estate of Johanna
McCartny, deceased, for leave to sell the
real esiate of said deceased, at the Feb
ruary term, A. It. lull, of said court, tow-it.
on the eighth day of February,
1'Jll. I shall on the 5 lot day of March
next, between the hours of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon and 4 o'ehx k lu the after
noon of said day, to-wit, at the hour of
2 o'clock p. m., bell at public sale, at
the 1 a.st door of the court house, 111
E01 k Island, in Faid county, the real
eslate. described as follows, to-wit:
Lor. number thirteen (13). according to
assessor's plat of the south half of sec
tion and north half of section 3, hi
townsrup 17. north range 1 west, be
lncr tlo (own of Coal alley, of. date
1T:; .said lot contains oue-fourth of an
acre, more or h-.-s; and also the lolluw
in ue-i-iibed part of lot 14. to-wit. He
trinning at tl northeast corner of sai.l
lot 1!. and running south 4J's d grees,
east 1' 'l feet, more or less, to the west
side of the street, thence fc.oitherly
along; the west Mil of said street to a
point opposite tne ii'.rliiwest corner of
bio k two (' 1, m I'oal Valley, thcncn
wistcrly to tne southeast corner of said
lot I I. tin in i inn t In iisl erly to the place
of heinninti: which lot 11 is also de
scribed in sHid assessor's plat of llT'i.
as Is also said block t wo marked thereon,
situated in Roek Island county, illinoi,
on the following terms, to-wit. Cah
in hand on approval of sale by court
and dclivi rv ot pn per deed.
CHARLES R. Wl I E ELAN.
Administrator of the Estate of Johanna
I ia led this 25lh day of February, A.
Murphy Larson, attorneys.
Notice wf Final "ettlemrnt.
Estate of James Welch, deceased.
Public notice i hereby given that the
undersigned administrator of tho estate
of James Welch, deceased, hns this day
riled Inn final report and settlement u.a
each in the county court of Rock Islun 1
county, and hearing on said report has
been set for March 21. lull, at ! o'cloi k
a. m.. at which lime persons irit, rested
n ay appear and muk objections there
to, and if no objections are tiled, sal I
report will be approved at that tune,
and the undersigned will s-k for an
coder of distribution, and will aJso ask
to be discharged.
Rock Island, Ii'. . FcU. 23. in't.
PETER II DOMRN.
Ad i.ii 11 1st rator.
Murphy K- Larson, attorneys.
AlmlulKtraorn of Ire.
Estate of John Speljman, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the (Mate of
Joaa Speilrnau, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of lUi'nol.-i, de, ased,
hereby gives notiro that aim will appear
In fore ihrt juobalu court of Uock Inland
county, at the probate court room. In
the city of Rock Island, at the- May
term, 00 the tirst Mouday In May next,
at which tinio all persons having claims
against said estate, are untitled arid re
quested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons
Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate) payment to the under
signed. Dated 7th day of February, A. D. 1911.
It. W. 01mst d. attorney.
Estat5 of John .1 Hulser, decensr-d.
The undrrsliiriel hnvliiir been ap
pointed cxco'ittlx of the last will and
testament of John .1. Sulser. late of the
1 ounty of Roek Is'and. slate of Illinois,
deceased, hereby ulves iiiiih thai sli ,
will appear beiore the. probate court if
rock island count v. at the piobali
oUrr room, in the city of Ric k IsUnd,
at the .lily term, on the Mr-it Motidav III
July next, at wnich time all person
havinu claims a.in,t said stBte aro
noriiied and riiucsi.. to attend for tiio
psrposn of having the same ad lusted.
All persons indcbied to said estate aro
requested to n;ak" iinrne Hate payni'.iit
to the undersigned.
Dated this 2'iid day of February, A.
ANNA SFLSEft SIMMfiNH.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys
MsHter's Sale of Real l.stste.
Public notice I hen by given thai
under tvi.d by vlitue of a decree of the
circuit court of the: eojuty of Roek I-i-
iniiu, riaic 01 iiijnois, ,-nie,jQ ijrr in' V,1
24tti Ua of February, at the Jami r v '
trm, IS II. of said cuirt. m a certain,
cause for part it iuii. general No. ti I x
tie 11 and there pending, on the ehan -ery
t-Ide of said t iurt. when in Lydla A V.fi 1
Rrper is eomrdalnant. and Janus l ultle,
Miy I'.aieuiiiii. and others, are defend
ants, the undersigned will, on the 25tf
.1. L- ,.f O-.r,.,. 1 '. ! I .. 1 1 . - , . . - I
. t j Ji ..icji- ,1. 111, ilie ll-J'lt ll Jl.)
a. in. oj mat tiay, at the east door of
the coult Luis", in the c.ly of 1;, ( Is-j
I land, in said county. Mil at public ay - I
I lion, to the hlgl.'iit b. ider, for ( asa in;
I r and. the foilovliig ha'.-l of land in said ,
I ( luty. ili-a'-iiln J :n lollows, to-wi.(
I Tim nc-rtaa-est quarter t ' ' of trie
j northeast quirt'-r 1 ! of section four i
(4, towns;. ip sixteen ( J , 1 north, rang ;
Uu (21 w -"t of the fourth (4tfi prln-
aiicts. and an l;.e estate, title and Inter-
est therein of rail complainant and de
fer: dan t s, and tch of thern. their lo irs
and axiiia-i, h -t by order ',f said ourt
no bid for nail land (an be r'-cog r, ized
or co.-ifcider ed If made for u lens sum
t.'.n.-i liiiic i.ui.di'jl and nltjr H'ji,j del- j
Dared s-t P.oik l-land. 111., this 24th
Oay o; reorcar. 1:111. - j j a
ju.iii :i c- iiaas,
Master In Char.cery of Said Court ar.J
MASSAGE FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Mrs L W. Miller, uruluiiln rr,.,.
electric vibrator treatments, vapor I )(i
V.alh. A l.nllhr t.r.A .' r, A f , , 1 .. 1 . . T I
sage, therapeutic lights, spinal treat- , (ji
merit. Swdlsh movements. ti-. Itinraiti
from 1 o a. in. tu t p. a. Htniey ba.ld
lr,g. saite 12, corner Fourth and lirady
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
ABSTRACTS OK TITLE.
aii-rj f iACTS of title prepared or coa
tlnued to data covering any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate, service at r "asonabls ratsa
Rock Island Title t- Abstract Coin--any
; J. J. Ingram, president'. '1 J.
' 01.1 i a; i
TRIO LOrXIB. NO. 67, A. T. A A. J.
Meets In stated communlcatlea
th first Thursday of eaeh
month at 7:3" p. m. Spsclsl for
work Thursdsv. March 9. at 7 J9p.ni.
The craft ' are cordially Invited. Bv
order of Carlton O. Tavlor, W. M;
Wi'Lam R. Pettlt. secrstary.
BratkerkMt f Awta Tsmms.
ROCK ISLA-ND HOMX-
-. STTELAD NO. 22L
e sseooa sua sourva o"
tnalsfs- t IMssus f nmii.
J. E. JANES AND E. J. OOtTD. We
are prepared to conduct all kinds of
farm sales; purs bred stock, real -tate
and general merchandise; pedi
grees thoroughly understood and giv
en careful attention; special attention
and efficient service also given to
merchandise salts; srxlss mads any
where. For dates and terms addrsns
ther party at 1S10 HuoonJ avenus,
-ck Island. Phono ISitt.
( OMTKAtTOH' An Bt ILDEftp.
Contractor and Builder.
14H4 JUchmoiMl Htrerf't,
Fi.uk Island, III.
rhone Went 11S.VK.
Jolka VEh & Co
Manufacturers of Bash. Dears, Kline's
and Stairs. Interior finish of all ktsds
Hardwood Vtrxur FVoortag, aikl deal
ers in Ulasa 211 aad 2t Kl;hteta
A well located lot on 12th atraet;
paving and sidewalks paid for;
a snap at SvrS.0
A nil-room nous l.v Botrtn Rock
Island. In good shape nearly
W hi two lots "n " street
and 2oth avenue; east front;
one Is corner lot; at T2g.
A two-storv house on 24th street;
two years old; has furnace, and
electric Ugnts 9XJOO
Ltst your property with us.
We write Insurance, urty bond a
405 Best building. Rock Island. Ill,
Blaslblbairdl S Tonau
LNSL'RANCK AND REAL LdTATss,
IFainsEs aciaidl Oily
New five-room cottage, worth $2,000,
but for quick sale will take ll.K'iO.
house for trade, price
house, alrnodt modern.
Good double house. In first class loca
tion, nJl modern. $4.u'.
Six-room modern house, S3. 800.
Eight-room houso m good location.
Lots In any location anl at any pries
to suit the purchaser.
25.000 acres of good New Mexico land
at $4 per acre. For trade will La ka any
kind of good income property. Take up
to $io,0(ii on this.
2X0 acre first class lews bind, flrst
class Improvements. $100 an acre.
Eirhty-a-cra farm, seven miles from
M use-ill 1 ne, good Improvements. $100 an
acre. Will lake city property In on this.
47-acie firm, all level, black rich
loam, $125 per acre.
We loan money, write fire Insurance,
and rent houses. Ottlee phons west 241.
Re.udence phone west lil.",4.
Blankenbur & filankeubur&
80 SAFETY HI ILDINU.
10 A tj 11
fine hundred floor dollars a week
profit. L t 11 Ifl 1 11 i bijMiiien hi' knur
imusi of aal:. $n..' bus U Harrison
Real E-i'ste Company, first National
r.ariK luliding. Davsuport, Iowa.
A. E. MclNNIS
Oenersl Contractor and Builder.
Plans and et Incites furiiixhcd. Will
sell lot and iclid house on monthly
pa vini-r.t prices r cm -dm ble and a.l
noik g iiranl'ed. UM phonu 1J24-V;
1 .j 1 ' En -.ei, tn slieet.
ay a IDay I
Vou have long considered
W2.li day a iiiccfcaary tlrcaU.
Now you cau ccualUor It a
plcakuie, for the he w way la
to Rt ua hear the tuiUtu. Ihteu
vtash day is luciely a matter
ot gathciiag the soliei ciothc
tociiicr. Wtifc.ii our wtau
cailit, wash Oay ia ove,r as lar
aa you are, cuaorueu. When
LLe cloiLea are rccarhtd they
will be jspolleasiy clean and
uciifclilluliy frtbh. His colors
will be bright, tho buttons will
he oil, there; will bo no ri or
it-ara. hu you consider th
ti.eii(i of waahing, the price
you pay to help, the cost of
fuel, the discomfort and aggra
vation, you wiil h4j our way la
truly economical. Drop us
poaial or phone ua now.
601 TWELFTH STREET. BOTH
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