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fOR RENT ROOM
WASTED MALE HELP.
THE ROCK ISI7AND ARGUSMOXDAY, lARCH 13, 1911.
tWGLLeC, CREATOR OF
SOOTHED THE SPIRITS.
A Preliminary to House Building In
the Shan States.
House building in the Shan States Is
not each an easy matter as It looks.
Mrs. Leslie Milne, author of "Sbans at
Home" tells how she arranged for the
building of a bamboo house at Nam
kham, and, thonjrh the materials ar
rived, no progress seemed to be made
with the actual construction : .
"When I first spoke of house build
ing I had been asked what to me
seemed an irrelevant question namely,
the day of the week on which I was
born. When I answered that it was
late on Saturday nicht or early on
Sunday morning I did not know that
my reply was of importance. As time
wect on find the bamboos lay un
touched, looking like long trroen pnakes
in the grass, I complained of the delay
only to be told that until I could tell i
them my birthday they were afraid to '
begin work, as the spirits would be
angry if the offerings for the proper
day were not made.
"I suggested that the building should
begin, I braving the angpr of the spir
its, but they tV'iicht the work too
danrrous. as the risk was not rn!v
hairs on face and arm.-, perma
nently removed with one to six
needles; tour to six hours' work in
one with six: treatments gdven at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A. M. Klttrldije. Klat 1.
Argyle Flats. Brady street. .Davenport-
Old phuxt Sl?6. m
MADAME OI.LIVK The Royal Egyp
tian Palmist. Call an.l consult with
her on all tiffs rs i.f life. Hours. ;t a.
m. to 9 p. m . nt 13"". .Secrni avnuo.
CONTRACTORS AND Bl ll.IJERS.
E. WB IKOBSSf SOW
Contractor and Builder.
1454 lUtluiiond Street,
Hock Island, ill.
Phone Vet,t 11U5-K.
JJota Vols & Co,,
CONTRACTORS AND j
Manufacturers of bash. Doors. Blinds I
and Stairs. Interior nnish of ail kinds.
U...w... V i. r. . u r I.-1 ,...-!.. l u n.4 .... I
ers In Glass. Sll and ZZ4 Ei:hteemb '
Pay a Day 2
You have long considered
wash day , a necessary dread.
Now you can consider it a
pleasure, for the new way id
to let us Lear the burden. Then
wash day U u irely a matter
of gathering the soiled clothes
together. When our wagon
.calls, wash day is over a far
as you are com trued. When
the clothes are relumed they
will be spotlessly clean and
delightfully frc&u. The colors
will be bright, ike buttons will
be on, there will be no rips or
tears. Vv hen you consider tha
expense of washing, the, price
fuel, the discomfort and aggra- jy
auuu, fju m boj ut way is
truly economical. Drop us'a
postal or phone us now.
Ml TWELFTH STREET. BOTH
Money to Loan
ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS LIVE STOCK, ETC. A call
will convince you that our TERMS and EATES are
Reliable Loan Co.
1805y2 Second Avenue, Old Phone 1008.
If A Lmue
WITH THe HNGS
2)OGS OOT IM
fRosiT OP A.
SToRe ANt SlNiS
HIS ToP VNrArVT
CALL A Rase 6Y AJY
'u rwovN THtr DtfFERevce,
ror me, but for the w oi Vm n .
On consulting a wise man a way was
found out of the difficulty. He de
creed that an extra large offering to
content the spirits of both Saturday
and Sunday should be made. This
was done, and the building commenced
Peculiar Properties of These Curious
Freaks of Nature.
The most notable of those curious
freaks of nature, "singing sands," are
those of the Hawaiian island of KauaL
i When a small quantity of this sand is
I clapped between the hands it is said to
give forth a sound so shrill as actually
. to resemble a hoot. Tut into a bag and
i violently shaken, the sand emits a
I noise strangely like the bark of a dojf.
Similar sands also occur in the Colo-
rado desert, where also are to be found
those curious nonsedentary sands that
; continually travel nitner ana tnitner
over the vast plain of clay. Their
movements ore induced by the winds.
full v uen L PI I LI 1.1 I ' I i .r- J.T 11.fr
the particles of which they are com
posed give out an audible humming or
I'nder the microscope these sands
, show an almost perfectly spherical
' form, so that they roll upon each other
! at the Slightest impulse, a circum
stance that also accounts for the rapid
ity with which the sands travel over
the desert. One theory advanced, with
respect to the "singing" of these sands
is that it is due to an exceedingly thin
"film of gas that covers the grains.
Gathered end re moved from the desert,
the sands lose their vocal properties.
Spoiling the Tobacco.
Wineheoiube St. Peter, in Gloucester
shire, began the cultivation of tobacco
in England toward the end of the six-n-cnth
century, and the inhabitants
are said to have derived considerable
profit from it until the trade was
placed under restrictions. An entry in
I'epy s Dtury on Sept. 10, 16G7, con
cerning the coming of a cousin of his
to town proceeds: "She tells me bow
the life guard which we thought a lit
tle while since was sent down into the
: country about some insurrection was
i sent to Winchcombe to spoil the to
j bacco there, which, it seems, the peo
j pie there do plant contrary to law and
I have always done and still been under
force and danger of having it spoiled.
OS it hath been oftentimes, and yet
they will continue to plant it. The
place, she says. Is a miserable poor
place." London Globe.
j Europe's Middle Classes.
i In France is an organization called
; the Congress des Classes Moyennes.
i Translated, this means "Congress of
the Middle Classes." The sharpness
I with which class lines are drawn in
Europe continues to puzzle some Amer
icans, although there are others who
think we have class divisions without
the names. The French middle classes
correspond to the German 'mlttel
stand'" and comprise the middlemen of
the towns and the country and also
many contractors, master builders and
: clerks. The organization has an an
nua! luncheon, at which the most dis
tinguished men of France are accus
tomed to speak.
Donald I want a cake of soap, Mr.
Chemist I canna let ye hae a cake
o soap on th Sawbaath day.
Donald But ye seli'd that lassie some
Chemist Aye, ye can suck pepper
mint draps in the kirk, but ye canna
wash yersel there!
Has Millions of Friends.
How would you like to number
jyour friends by mtliions as Buck
lens Arnica Salve does? Its aston
ishing cures in the past 4 0 years
made them. It is the best salve in
; the w orld for soree, ulcers, eczema,
burns, boils, scalds, cuts, corns, 6ore
eye. sp'ains. swellings, bruises, cold
t sores. Has no equai for piles Twen-
ty - iive .nts at a:l druggists.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room at
2018 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping at 307 Third
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room; use c old phone; at 1512 Eighth
FOR RENT An attractive room, fur
nished and ail modern, at 502 Twenty
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
centrally located, modern, at 1230 Sec
FOR RENT Modern furnished room;
gentleman preferred; at 1422 Fifth
. nd-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room in private
family, strictly modern, rent reason
able; 537 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Two large furnished front
rooms, suitable tor one or two, at
219H Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 1101
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, all modern conveniences; use of
old phone; 217 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; use of
old phone; L'S12 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, suit
able for light housekeeping; modern;
at 1504 Futh-and-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT One large modern furnish
ed front room, suitable for two; rent
reasonable; at lu04 Fifth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Two nicely furnisfrel
rooms for light housekeeping; has
water and gas in roums; at 527 Twen
FOR RENT Large front room, nicely
furnished, all modern, two blocks
from Watch Tower car line, at 16 J
FOR RENT Furnished sleeping room,
suitable for two; also one s-ingie room;
modern convenience"; 1013 riixth ave
nue. Phono 17u6-Y.
FOR RENT Modern furnished sleep
ing rooms; also furnished rooms tor
lijrht housekeeping. Old phone west
5t:i; 1303 iSc-ond avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room, entlrely
modern; use of old phone; only five
blocks from business district; on two
car lines; at P23 Second avenue.
FOR RENT From April 1 to Sept. 1,
lour nicely furnished rooms, all mod
ern conveniences, nicest location in
the city, references. Address "l O.,"
cri re Arjri;s.
FOIi REST- IIOrSES.
FOR RENT A modern eight-room
house. Jr.quire at 202 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern Improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. E. Ii. Ouyer.
FOR RENT A seven-room house, all
modern, near corner of .Sevmtii ave
nue and Thirty-sixth street. E. C.
Mahaffey. Old phone fast 1100.
FOR RENT Six-room hon e; city wa
ter, gas and b.irn. Also Fix-roi'in
house, all modern. Ja'i'iire William
Schaarmann. 1714'. Second avenue.
FOR RENT Six-room house on two
lots: has well, cistern. a.r.d iruit: ev
erything in goo.i condition; location
l.S"S Thirty-second t ref t Inquire of
T. B. Hoffman. Kast Mol.ne. I'nnuc
south M. three rings.
FOR KENT M15CELLA.VLOIS.
FOR RENT In Robinson bulid'ng. well
lighted offices; all conveniences. In
cluding elevator service, rooiay vaults,
etc.; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room l'JJ. F. K.
LOST Gold hunting case watch with
leather fob attached. Reward if left
at this office.
LOST A gentleman's hunting case gold
watch, Elgin movement: $10 reward
for its return to the l uiker laundry.
LOST Sunday afternoon on Bridge
line, a package containing three sm.iii
parcels, one with addre.'-H on. Pieaas
return to "If. N. L-," Argus office.
LOST On a Blue line car. a small l iack
leather purte containing $5 bill alio
5" cents in silver. Thursday morning.
Return to MrCabe's jewelry "depart
in' nt for reward.
LET Fross do your paper hanjrina: 15
cents a roil; wall paper at 4 cents a
roll and up; 2521 Sixth avenue.
PARTIES looking for good farms should
-nd for my bulletin des rioine,- over
2o'. bargains and U.ou.-auJn ui act is
of wild land. Akerscn. Lindstrom,
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation. in Mail and Journal is
the one paptr In Molina that can du
. for you. Mail and Journal wants
aie popular, and Mail and Journal
wants brloT result. One-half eciii
per word is the price to ail alike,
cash In advance; two-cent stamps wni
do. Evening and Saturday Ma:l ai.U
Journal, idoiine. 111.
J. E. JANES AND E. J. GOULD. We
are prepared to conduct all kinds of
farm sales; pure bred stock, real es
tate and general merchandise; pedi
grees thoroughly understood and giv
en cartful attention; special attention
and efficient service al&o given to
merchandise salts; sales made any
where. For dates and terms addre.ss
'"iher party at 1610 Second avenue.
;;k Isaand. Phone lint.
MASSACiE FOB MEN AND WOMEN
Mrs. EL W. Mliier. graduate maaseuse;
electrio vibrator treatments, vapor
baths, scientific body and facial mas
sage, therapeutic lights, spinal treat
ment, Swedish movements, etc Hours
from 10 a. m. to & p. m. Henley bund
ing, suite IS, corner Fourtn and Brady
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
A liS IK ACT'S of Ullc prepared or con
tinued to data covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at xsoj.able ratea
Rock Island Title t. Abstract Com
pany; J. J. iDgrim. president; W. J
Sweeney, secretary; 20v-2O3. second
floor. Peoples National bank buiid
Lug. HOUSE WANTED.
MR. LANDLORD, we want you to no
tify us by telephone or postal when
your house is vacant. We have a
complete rent list of the tri-cities.
and have SO to 40 applications daily
for houses. We will send teem, and
without one cerH of expense to you.
Summerfield's 113-115 East Second
JAOB W. HERCTT.ES Architect and
Superintendent. Architectural Engin
eer; reinforced concrete and stef I con
struction; office building?, public;
build.nzs. factories, rrsiden e work.
Offl'-s. 400-401 People National
bank buildisg. Old phone west 5 54. 1
WANTED A good horseshoer at Graves'
shop. 318 seventeenth street.
WANTED At pnee, pants and ve?t mak
ers, at Warwick Tailoring company,
162? Second avenue.
WANTED At once. soli'Mtors for a live
proposition. See Mr. Wilson. SOS Sev
enth street, between 6 and 7 p. m.
WANTED Man of good habits, to work
on farm. Inquire at American Re
galia company. 526 Sixteenth street.
WANTED Two men to cut wood in
west end of Rock Island. Apply 110
Second street, Moline. Phone east
WANTED Men to learn the automo
bile business; we teach you at home;
get you $25 weekly job; make J10
weeklv while learning. Rochester
Auto School. 158. Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED Men. age 18 to 35. for fire
men $100 monthly, and brakemen $80,
on nearby railroads; experience un
necessary; no strike; positions guar
anteed competent men; promotion.
Railroad Employing Headquarters.
Over 400 men sent to positions month
ly. State nge. Send stamp. "Rail
way Association," care Ararus.
W A TED FEMALE HELP,
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 273i Sixth, avenue.
WANTED A girl at the Rock Island
Turner hall. Apply upstairs.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work. at 2513 Seventh avenue.
WANTED A woman cook, to work
days. Apply 1926 Third avenue.
WANTED Girl to assist with house
work. Inquire 1124 Fifteenth street,
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework.. Apply at 2411 Eighth
WANTED A good, competent girl to do
general housework. Apply at once,
7o! Seventecntn street.
WANTED Young girl to assist with
general housework; must go homo
nights; at 2321 Fifth avenue.
WANTED An experienced girl to do
general housework: good wages to
right party; 1714 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework: no washing; good
wages. Apply at 104 Thirteenth street.
WANTED Either a competent second
girl, or cook; good wares. Apply Mrs.
James Connors. 702 Twentieth street.
WANTED tiirl to do general house
work; good wages for capable girl.
Apply at 2439 Eighth avenue. Phone
WANTED Ladies to learn the new Her
mann permanent hairwave; an electri
cal process by which straight hair Is
turned rn naturally wavy and remains
mt permanently; water does not affect
it; bis rnon'y made doing it; ladles
pay exorbitant prices for it; we teach
it in lew lessons and furnish equip
ment; our special offer this month is
to teach hairdressing to our students
of the permanent wave entirely free.
We also tea Ii manicuring, facial
massage, chiropodv, and electrolysis.
Write Moler college. Chicago, 111.
WANTED Boarders find roomers at 411
Eleven in street, city.
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework at o4 Ywenty-third street
WANTED Lace curtains to launder;
pine 30 cents per pair. Phone west
WANTED C'omprtent girl to do gen
oral housework. Inquire 714 Twenty
WANTED Sewing by the day; plain,
and dressmaking. Cail or address
loJl Second avenue, city.
WANTED Boarders and roomers; good
nome cooking; only a lew blocks from
, piow shop. Inquire (job Third avenue.
WANTED Your amateur 11 man Ing at
the Brown Studio, over lianas drug
store, corner Third avenue tuid Twen
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping; price reasonable
and good location. Address "A. B.
C," care Argus.
WANTED General cleaning by the day
by competent woman. . all at f.15
Twenty-second street. 0d phone west
ltija-X; new 5Jb3.
WANTED Plain Be wing; miises' and
children's work a specialty. Call at
112U Foiirteenth-and-a-hali street, city.
Old ptione west t44-l.
AN liili iri-cny property in ex
change for Kansas section or any part
ot same. rrm v . ueiange,
Eighth-and-a-half avenue. Rock Is
WANTED To launder, lace curtains
work Drouiptly called for and de
livered. Mrs. Lueila Tltteringtuu,
H4S Fourteenth street. Old phone
WANTED Two horses weighing from
l.luu to 1,250 pounds, 10 to 12 years
old and sound. Peter Sohleuter, Nintn
street, Soutti Rock Island. New phone
jsl, one ring.
WANTED Washings to do at the Col
ored iiome Launury, 79 Fourteenth
street; excellent hand work done; or
ders will itueive our prompt atten
tion, uiu piiuuo west luA-A, iaater
WANTED Lace curtains to clean at any
time; oiankets and quilts to washdur
Ing hot weather only. Send postal
raid to -Mrs. Jiifer, tsixth ave
nue, and your work will receive
prompt and careful attention.
On bALE 2 acre stock farm; Una
Improvements; lour mlies from Milan;
price $10u per aero, iteldy Broa
FOR SALE: Lands, do you want an in
vestment in la:.d? Kight here at home.
We have got ;0 acres that can be
bought at a snap. see Eekho.rt &.
FOR SALE Deeded Indian lands, good
r liiKjiiishiii'-nls. in Cor.-on county,
ili'tc to t". M. Puget Sound railway.
Write for further particulars to J. W.
Harris. Mobridge, S. D.
FOR SALE Good truck faro, in South
Lock Island; very reasonable price;
good Louse and outbuildings. For
particulars call on Reidy Broa, room
4. Mitchell & Lynda buiidlng
FOR SALE fe.;veral improved farms in
Worth county, Iowa. These firm are
level, black fcoil, none mui than four
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
from $7u to per acre. These irm.
are ail bart-&ina William Jennings,
Rock Inland noose.
FOR SALE Cheap, on good terms, fine
western fruit orchard, just coming
into bearir.g. Why wait four or f,vo
years when yo-i cm g"t income next
year? W,ll pay exje.ises this year.
Write for piirii--ulars to Ii. j. Cook uc
Co.. 503 Corbett building, Portland
GOODWIN OKSETS front and back
ia.e, in an fiyi-a ana q iaui !. from
J5 up. expertly fitted at G H Grabbe's.
Ladies' Tailor and Dressmaker. Ex
clusive SKfnt for tri-cities. Estab
lished lS-iC South Putnam building.
Da ver. port. Telpr.one 733. Send for
booklet. Agents wanted. e new
models in slow case.
EXPRESS AND 9TORAGU.
RELlAoLib bfUitAGiL On J:rTt'nouT7
also manufacturer of awnings, tenia
v.igoB covers, etc Tents fur rent. B.
Roesoier &. Co.. 203 Fifteenth street,
opposite the co;irt bouse. Rock lalana
FOR SALI2 CTTT PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, all
modern. Inquire Mrs. J. W. Barrett.
1012 Nineteenth street.
FOR SALTS Modern seven-room cottage
near Long View park, cheap for cash.
Address "J. X.." Argus.
FOR SALE A nine-room house, partly
modern, to be moved from lot. In
quire 537 Nineteenth street.
FOR SALE: Eight-room nouse, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue; easy terms. Inquire at resi
dence. FOR SALE Six-room house at 1310
Fifth avenue; bath, gas range, hot and
cold water. Inquire at above num
ber. Phone 72S-L.
FOR SAL5: At a bargain, a store with
flat above, located at S73S Fifth ave
nue. Inquire K. Thonn. 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, new. tn
fine repair; paved street ;easy terms:
liberal discount .for half cash. Il.tiaO.
Linlnger & Meyer.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage at 228
Thirteenth street, in good condition;
rents for $12 per month; price $l,20o.
Inquire 122 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE A lot between Twenty-fourth-and-a-half
street between Fif
teenth and Sixteenth avenues: price
right for quick sale. Phone 1260-Y.
FOR SALE House: $1,300 buys a house
with four big rooms, summer kitchen,
and barn: excellent repair; half block
from car line. Inquire 72S Fifth
FOR SALE At reasonable price, a nine
room modern dwelling, located within
walking distance from the business
center. H. L. Schlll, agent. S35 Nine
FOR SALE A good house and lot a t
1729 Twenty-ninth street; house prac
tically new; lot 42x123; reasonable
terms. Come and Investigate. Call at
FOR SALE $1,250 buys four-room
house and two fine lots on Fortieth
street, near h-im street car line; 35
fruit treet: grapes and berries. V. N.
Mercer, 403 Safety building.
FOR SALE: Four-room house, $1,400,
$500 down, balance easy teams; also
two four-room houses on one lot. $2,
iiiio cash takes them both. W. Ii. Gin
gles. Eleventh and Brashar. Soutii
FOR SALE Five and six-room houses,
from $1,400 to $l,too; small payment
down; 25 lots, from $300 to $4", $2"
down, balance in live year's. E. W.
Robinson. 1454 Richmond street.
Phone west llfiS-K.
FOR SALKi A new slx-rwm cottage at
1524 S vi nth street; will be finished
in about 10 dais; modern except sew
er; terms, small payment down, bal
ance monthly payments, or will rent
to right party. Inquire 1700 Sixtn
street. Old phone west 129S.
FOR SALE Cheap, a heautiful home,
built on lines of Swiss chatl"t. strict
ly modern, six-room house, up-to-d:tto
in every respect; located in one of the
pretty parts of our city; to realize its
lull value you must See it. G. Kimer
Blakesiey. 123 Glenhurst court. Old
phone west 1157-L.
FOR SALE Cheap, a few choice lots;
paved f.reets, walks, sewer, water,
gas. trees In tract, tins surroundings,
b-autifui homes, street car right to
our dorr, three blocks trom Long
View park. For particulars call on
G. Klmer Blakesiey, 1236 Glenhurst
court. Phone west 1157-L. Twelfth
street. Twelfth avenue addition.
FOR SALE MncmiAXEOCi.
FOR SALE Household goods of all
kinds at 1911 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE A surrey
tlon. Address Box 71,
in good condi
FOR SALE Good young laylngfhens at
moderate price. Call at 844 Twenty
FOR SALE One steel range, nearly
new; also gasoline range; at 3425
FOR SALE 750-pound pony; cart, and
harness. J. Edwin Joseph, Twelfth
street, S-rs. 111.
FOR SALE Two walnut beds and up
right piano. In good condition, at
123u Second avenue.
FOR SALE At one-half price, a porta
ble cottage; also stair carpet. Inquire
530 Twenty-seventh street.
FOR SALE. Household goods, by party
leaving town, at 412 Fifth street. Will
sell cheap if taken at once.
FOR SALE- -Surrey, 1n good condition;
price reasonable. Inquire 1514 Eigli
te nth avfiiiie, Soutii Heights.
FOR SALE A Remlnaton typewriter.
No. 7, for $2'; in good condition. Ad
dress "Remington," care. Argus.
FOR SALE Iron bed, mattress. srrlng3.
and rug. dresrser. etc.. at 12ui Second
avenue. Must be sold by March 15.
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching; I jarred
Rocks (Rlr.Klet strain; S3' Twenty
fourth btreet. Old phone west 791-L.
FOR SALE Cheap, one team of work
horses; also spotted pony; must be
sold at once. Call 401 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Oak and pine mixed kind
ling, cut stove lengths, at $3.50 per
load, delivered. K.ahlte Eros. phone
FOR SALE 16x24 building, nearly new.
good shape for house. K. W. Robin
son. 1454 Richmond street. I'hone west
FOR SALE Moving picture show, nea r
Moline; hnai. if taken at once T.
Iiei'oe, 1626 Flf teenth-and-a-hal ' ' ;serl. hereby dives i.oti. e
street. Moline. " will appear before the prot.it-
1 Kock Island county, at I he pr o,
FOIi SALE The beautiful gold coin j r ,lorn' ln th" ' of ,;,M k 1
strain Luff Orpingtons; eggs and day-' M (V term, on the first .M.,;.ii
old chicks; catalogue free. J. Ii. Jo- h'-xt. at whi' li time all ' i-"i;
seph. Stars. 111. ; claims fctil::t said e-t.tt. an
land 1 1 ii H . t 1 1 to attend for tin
FOR SALE Confectionery store, with "' having - same adiusinl.
first class trade: also all ftxture.s. s"in Indebted to aid e-t;iie nr.-
Pimne west 1314-K. or address -fon-i'd
fectlonery," care Argus.
FfR SALE Household goods at a bar
gain; party leaving city. Cali be
tween 9 a. m. and 4 p. tn., at 2V5
FOR SALE Remington typewriter. In
fxcellent condition; $20 takes it, par- i
ty leaving city April i. Address
"Tv-npiffrifi-r " A. r Arvo
FOR SALE One gray mare.
1 5 so ponnds. r-ight years old, ain one
sorrel colt. fail between 11 and 2
p. m ; 231 Twentieth str'tt.
FOR SALE Fine imported horse,
l', r- I
fertly gentle; lady can drive hirn
we.trht l.Jie pounds: 325 East Thud
street. Davenport. I'hone north SI' !
FOR SALE Eight-acre rhi-ken aid
fruit ranch, located on hiuff one rnil.
from i itv limits, good irnprov-ements.
car. be bougnl rignt. See Eckhait sJ
FOR SALE Fine black dirt, clean bar. I.
sand, and fili.r.g dirt, delivered with
in r"asor.ifiie distance from Four
teenth street. Tentii avenue: prices
right. Inquire iri9 Fourteenth st reel.
F:ior,e west S.').".-V.
Gl.'ARANTEED cure of stomach, liver.
gall and kidney troubles, also dis
eases of tne blood; highest recom
mendations from permanently cured.
"Free trial" Correspondence r-i,,,f,.
d-ntSHl. I'r. C. IL Nowak. Oak Park
HENRY GAETIiJE Proprietor Cr.lD-
piarinock nursery Cut iiowcrs and
deslgrs of all kinds. City store. l(u;
Secciid avenue. Tticpoone Ilia.
Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty. Illinois, mad? on the petition of th
undersigned. Charles R Wheelan, as ad
ministrator of the estate of Johanna
McCarthy, deceased, for leave to sell the
real esrate of said deceased, at the Feb
ruary term. A. D. 1911. of said co;irt. to
wn. On the eighth dav uf February.
1911. I shall on the 31st dny of March
r.ext. between the hours of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon and 4 o'clock in the after
noon of said day. to-wit, at tho hour of
2 o'clock p. m.. sell at public sale, at
the east door of the court house, in
Rock Island, in said county, the real
estate described as follows, to-wit:
Lot number thirteen (l.!. according to
assessor's plat of the south half of sec
tion 2. and north half of section 35, in
township 17. north range 1 west, be
ing the town of Coal Valley, of date
1879; said lot contains one-fourth of an
acre, more or less; and also the follow
ing described part of lnt II. to-wlt. Be
ginning at the northeast corner of sail
lot 13. and running south 47 Vj degrees,
east 10i feet, more or less, to the west
6lde of the street, thence sojtherly
along the west side of said street to a
point opposite the northwest corner of
block two (2). in Coal Valley, thence
westerly to the southeast corner of said
lot 13. thence northeasterly to the place
uf beginning: which lot 14 Is uUo de
scribed in said assess r's rlat of 179.
as is also said block two marked thereon,
situated In Rock Island county. Illinois,
on the following terms, to-wlt. Cash
In hand on approval of sale by court
and deliverv of proper deed.
CHARLES R. W11EELAN.
Administrator of the Estate of Johanna
Dated this 25th day of February, A.
Murphy A Larson, attorneys.
Noller of Final Settlement.
Estate of James Welch, deceased.
Public noti e is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator of the estate
of James Welch, deceased, has this day
filed his finaT report and settlement as
such in the county court of Rock Islanl
ccuntv. and hearing on said report has
b.-en set for March 21. 1911. st 9 o'clock
a. m.. at which time persons Interested
rray appear and make ohjeclioi s there
to, an.l if no objection are tiled, sail
report will bo approved at that time,
and the undersigned will ask for an
order of distribution, and mil also ask
to be discharged.
Rock Island. Ii! . Teh. 2.T 1911
PETER H DOIIRN.
Murphy Larson. nttorn ys.
Executor's IN dice.
Estate of John J. Sulser, decp-sd.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the list will aijd
testament of John J. Sulser. late of tli.
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives ncttce that nil"
will appear before the probate court of
Rock Island county, at the prehatq
court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at the July term, on the first Muni! ty in
July next, at which tune all peison
having cl.iim" ajrairst said estate ni,r
notified and requested to attend tor til"
purpose of having the same a.li iste.i.
All persons Indebted to sa:d estate are
requested to make immediate pujment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 23rd day of February, A.
ANNA Sl'LSER SIMMONS.
Jackson. Hurst Stafford, attorneys
Master's Sale of Ural K.slatr.
Public notice is hereby given that
under and by virtue of a decrc-i of the
circuit court of the county of ito.-k Is
land, Hate of Illinois, entered ri the
2 1th day of February, at the .lanuiry
lirm. 1911, of said co.iit. in a certain
cause for partition, general No 6.1 4
then and there pending, on the chancery
side of sa'd court, wherein I.ydia A Van
Kiper is complainant, and Janiest Tuttle,
.Mary Batema'i. and others, are defend
ants, the undersigned will, ci the 25th
day of Marc!-, 1911. at the hour of 1 u . 1
a. m. of that day. at the east door of
the court house, in the city of Rock Is
land, In said eonnty. sell at public auc
tion, to the lut;hrst bidder, for cash in
hand, the following tract of lind in sai l
county, descrtbt-d as follows, to-wlt:
The northwest quarter ( ' f the
northeast iiai ter ( ) of section four
i t), township sixteen ( 1 0 north, range
two 2 west of the fourth 4Ui) prin-
ipal meridian, except the west twenty
l2o) acres thereof, with th appurten
ances, and all the estate, title and Inter-!-t
therein of said complainant and de
fendants, and each of theru. their heirs
and assigns, but by order of t.a.d court
no bid lor said land can be recognized
or considered If made for n b-s- sum
tnan nine hundred and fifty ii5u dol
lars. Dated at Rock Tsland, III., this 21th
day of February, 1911.
JOSEPH L. HAAS.
Master In Chancery of Said Court and
Public notice ii hereby trlven that on
the Ist dav of March, lull, at the reg
ular meeting place of the t.olrd ot .-n-r.ervir.ors.
in the court house. In tie 1 1 -or
Rock Island. In th" county of Rock
Island, in the state of Illinois, the un
d'lrnuned, Tri-Clty Railway company,
will j. resent Its petition to said hoard,
to give -.and (jrant to it. in succe-sors
and ashigns. f"r the r.ei jod of twenty
i20 years, the riKht to maintain and
operate, hs' e ectric nr other power. x
r ept rteam. Its lines of urn I railways
ii, the tnviTi',lp of Soutn It'ii k I -laud
in said c iiity. as now located, wit'i
ritrht to rnak" said lln'S double track
where only single track ii now 1 i ated.
upon. aloni: and a tosh all road.i, meets
ailevs. cris' irm'3 ' and oiIi-t piib.lv;
ground, hs now or to lie hereafter lo
cited, except within the village oi -ar .
Dated this c :i dav of March. 1 ' 1 1
1IH-I1TV RAILWAY COMPANY-.
By Joseph F. l'orttr. president.
Estate of John Orcehy. defeased
d ' ex ii u t or of
l.i i a
i. or ii,.
f l i:n..j .i.
' ttl.lt he
co irt of
.at i o 1 1 r i.
nl. at the
I t-! '" 1 "f i,,hn ireehv. 1
!ff"iui of Kock Island, .state
.' r -
to niaku immediate ujiri. n'.
Hated thU 7th d iv of March. A I)
1911. 1 Ho.MAS tilM.IMIV. Ex'-tutor.
John K. Scott, attoiiiiy.
C'aioline Ntlson. dec,, ai
r.-iyried having Ite'-n
poii: in d executrix 'if th"
st will and
('.i .-tHUient of Caroline X
' !-on. 1 i te o,
i. slate 0f in,.
-H Iiol -c. f f, ,
probat ' ' o n i.
lti county or i'.ock Isiari
tiois. ill i eased, heret.y Ki
sue -.vlll appear before ti
f Rock island cviunty. at t
M .r. l . y In
II i ei -on.,
oiiirt riioiu. in the city 'if K
I mi tue J:ir.' term, on th" tii-t
t.lur." nxt ti t hi' h time
claims acairo't said '-.tale iir
and reqii-Hlcd to attend for the
of l.a'.:i.g the :uni adiuste.j.
o.s uid bte'l lo sid eiitti. ar
( to make immediate payment
n o r i ti e d
A 11 p r
r o '.
i; nd- I "1 Tied. '
J ti.is nth dav of .March. A. I.
AONES SIMPSON. Executrix.
iiimnei. anorn'-y. j
bimi:m cfiAKtes. Jf
j FOR SALE C:heap, If taken at once, a
firi-t cians ment market doing good
business Address 'Meat Market."
cart- Argils, or phone west Idol.
FOR SALE A modern meat market;
good location, no expenses; a bargain
if takn at once; oim-r bukiness rea
son for Felling. Address Box 411,
East Moline. 111.
FOR SALE complete pool l.all frilfit,
is;sii.t ing f three tables. tio
or.e w all a-e. a"i r givter, Ix-i.cn' s,
try.; cheap if taken at one. Ir.'iutre
room 30 Saf'-ty budding.
FOR SALE- Postal -'.d penny picture'
gallery; must s'll "i a'r-nur.t of poor i
heaiti. ; a snap for some one; cheap I
for cash. Call north 22',-Y; 2j'jZl
Era.dy street, Lavefijort, Iowa. I
TRTO LOPOB, NO. 67. A. F. A. MV
Meets tn stated communication
the first Thursday of each
month at 7.30 p. m. Spec.il for
work Thurso.iv. March 1. st , :J0 p.
m. Matcr Masons are cordially In
vited Hv order of Carlton O. Taylor,
W. M. ; William B. Pttit. secretary.
Bratfcerfco mt Amrrlru Tuns.
ROCK ISLAND HOME
STEAD NO. S21L Meets
second and fourth Friday
' evenings at TWelln'a ball.
MONET TO LOA.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE security at
lowest ' rates. Ludolph & Reynolds,
lawyers. Best block, cornsr Seven
trenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate incur
Ity at lowest rates. Marlon E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms 32 and 15. AiltcQ
ell A Lynde building. Rock Island.
LOAN si on furniture, planoa, taorssa,
wagons, etix. quickly, privately, at the
.uweit ratea. Mutual Loan Company
(uninc. ). room 41 L Peoples National
bank balldlng rw v. pbone 61w; old
piyme west 122.
WE aiXKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on bousehola foods, borsua, '
wagons, tic. without removal and j
In a quiet way. Call on us for quick '
loans. Fidelity Loaa Company, room
413 HrSt building.
JACKSONTlL?RSTr AST AFi!VKIAt
torneys-at-law. Office in Hock. Island
Naiiortl bank builulng.
bEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real aetata
security. lsn.mi 304 and sot, aatsty
building. Rock Island. 111.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
ci.eiil law b'isiiieHs; cotporatlon,
i rulidie and real estate law; ill Peo
Rank building I'hone
WALKER. INGRAM & 8W FEN ICY At.
torneys ana counselors at iw Money
to loan oi real estate. Rooms 3u0
204. People's National bank building.
McENlRY & McENIRT Attorne s-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections References. MltcQ
eil dc Lynde, banker. Office, Mitchell
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate an
insurance. Ioans a specialty. Best
tir companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 22, and
new il 72. Office at court ffouse.
UENNETT'8 Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plats glass;
real elat and loans. bacond floor,
tSalety building. Oillce prion west
99o. Residuuce phone 736-K. Open
Wednesday and Salurdry nlghta
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors', ad
ministrators', hoerdlaus. trustees' or
any kind of Judicial bonus, loogeaantl
society otllcers; city, state or U. H
governtneui etll -lal, contractors, po
sition of trust; in I act. any kind of
bond you wnnt (except ball bonds.
Terms reason.i 1 in yes at Cleave'
land, resident manager. Fidelity
Deposit Company of Uiryland.
Al TO AM CAKIim.E BODIES.
CHARLKS ACWERLV, manufacturer of
hand-made bodies of all kinds; also
auto delivery bodies, hiI work guar
mi. iced Headquarters at Klockau
Carriage and Auto shop. Old phone
H3uH Estate Ha'yssd-
A well located lot on 12th street;
paving and sidewalks paid for;
a snap at aOTS.OO
A nU-ruom nouse Li Soutn Rock
Island. In guod shape, nearly
new 9 L20
We have two lots on 9 street
at d 2oth avenue; east front;
one l-t corner lot; at 9723.00
A two-slorv house on 26th street;
two years old; has furnace and
tlectnc llgnis 92t2.'0
List your property witn us.
Wn wiHh Insurance; surety bonds
4C5 Rest bulljing. Rock IsUnu. 111.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATB.
irms sumdl Oly
a ci v
New five-room roMax. worth 12.000,
but for ijiiick salo will tske $1. ''.
Five -room house for trade, prl
Seven-room house, almost modern,
flood double bonne, in first class loca
tiou, all modern. $1.50.
Six-room modern hoiii
Ei 1 t -room houso tn
g o.1 loi ation.
tr.y tocntion and at any price
p. iT' haser.
mi ai res or good New Mexico land
p. i a i. . ror trade will take an
1 nn ,u ii.' oriic property. Take up
,'ji i on this.
2 HO acres first class Iowa land, first
rl.es improvements, $100 an acre.
Eighty-acre farm. even mlp from
M ii mi t ui', i. l irn pr o i in'ii t s, $100 an
ai if. A oi t iK.e c.: ptopei tv in on tins
47-aire farm, tall level, blai k rich
l.a rn, 1 1 I i t ii' i e.
We loan moiicy, write r.r liroirarcs,
arid rent twi-on Ofti' t.tioi.s west 241.
Resilience phone west $i5.
BlankenLuri & Hlankeuborg,
io6 HA I-E l Y III 1 1. OINa
"Which nay?" "Wtl!, to
tell you the) llljfli, I am go
ing down town to got a loan
on iny liouueboM g'ioda, id
arif. tvei jthltig. What we
have to buy t' Ii'? on U ho
terribly high. dff ed bs
h.rid, bu they all want
tiie-ir tuouey Juvt the same.
Could you advle rne where
is the rheanest and b:t
1U to K?" "Well, I
should nay I could the New
Cut Rate Loan company, by
all means. In fact, lt'g the
only loan company now ln
Hock Island, for rates cut
la two on household goods,
piano. Jive stock, real es
tate and diamonds." Don't
mistake the number, cor
ner Eighteenth street and
avenue, 1 SO 1 Vi
avenue, Vet 177,
Mgr. J. W. Jones