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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. JANUARY 8, 1907.
You Can Do It YOU Argus Want Ad HATES Oie eeat per word oodrr aay except medical aad clairvoyant, for the flrat three Insertions Vi cent per word for each three addltloaal lnaertlona thereafter. Ada moat be rua coa secntlvely. No ad takes for leaa than 20 centa II rat Insertion. CLASSIFIED PAGE eloaea at 1 p. m. Ada received after 1 p. m. laaerted next day. Telephone order Riven careful attention. By request, advertisers can have answer addreaaed to a num bered letter la care of The Arena. ReaJ Estate For SaJe $1,200 for a nice 5-room cottage on 13th street; city water and sewer. ' $1,000 for a 5-room cottage on 42nd street; lot 40x109. " $1,250 buys a 5-room cottage on 5th avenue; city water. $1,300 buys a r-room cottage on 43rd street; lot 40x103. $1,400 buys a ri'room cottage on 43rd street; lot 60xl'D. - $1,650 buys an S-room house on 45tli street; lot 40xlS0. $2,300 buys a 6 -room house on 5th avenue: has city water, sewer and ce ment walks to and around house. ' $2,500 for a double house on 42nl street; lot "Oxlol; a nice house and good- investment. $1,450 buys a 5-room cottage; lot 150 xl76; South Rock. Island; a bargain. LOTS. 1 $325 for an east front lot on 40th t street; 50x133. j $345 each for choice of six lots on ! IStli avenue. $325 for lot on 16th avenue; 50x00; Cement sidewalks. $1,000 for nice lot on 15th street, fac ing Long View park. ; TO RENT. Eight-room house on 21st street, with ' large barn; cheap rent to right party. We loan money at 6 per cent. List your property with us. Open "Wednesday and Saturday even ings. LININGER & MEYER, Sneeeaaora to McKee A Co. 225 Eighteenth Street Both Phones. Dealera In All Kinds of Antique Furniture. DAVENPORT UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIR COMPANY.. FINE DOX SPRINGS AND IIAIK MATTKBNSES. Upholstering, cabinet making, refinishing, mattress making, furniture packing, carpet laying. In all our goods we pay partic ular attention to, first, quality and excellence of finish; second, comfort; third, style and propor tion. SOS Kant Second St.. Davenport. Both phone, 73S-V. cooocoecooocoeccQQOOQOceoo WHO MAKES YOUR CLOTHES? Rather a pertinent and point ed question, to be sure, but our object in asking It is to interest you In our superior sort of tail oring. If you are not already a pa tron of ours, we would like the pleasure of making your next suit, as a test of our ability to fit and please you. There's Nothing Beyond Us in Garment Making. Our new woolens are a choice selection from the best of for eign and domestic looms. We show many handsome and exclu sive patterns confined to us for this locality. If we make your clothes this season, your future patronage will take care of itself. J.B. ZIMMER&SON, 1817 Second Av, Rock Island, III. Artistic Tailoring. oooocoocooooocooooooooooco JOHN FOLK & CO. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Dealers in single and double strength Blinds and Mouldings, Veneered and Hardwood Floor ing of all kinds. Dealer In single and double, strength. Window Glass, Polish ed Plate, Beveled Plate and Art Glass. 311 AND 321 EIGHTEENTH STREET. AND AN MUNICIPAL MATTERS. (Continued From Pago Six.) the various city officers for the month of December, which were received and placed on file. The clerk presented a petition from E. E. Lamp for permission to make sewer connections. Referred to the sewtr committee with power to act. The clerk presented petition from the Peoples Power company for per mission to open pavement to extend gas service. Petition granted, the work to be done under the supervision of the superintendent of streets. The clerk presented a remonstrance from the property owners against the establishment of a junk yard at 2500 Fourth avenue. Alderman Trenkenschuh moved that the communication be received and the prayer of the petition be granted, and that the deputy marshal be in structed to notify the party in ques tion to comply with the city ordinanc es. Adopted. The clerk presented a report of H. K. Collins concerning the condition of the Crampton property, recently, con verted into a theater, finding the building safe in every respect. Alderman Dauber moved that the report be received and placed on file for reference. Adopted. Alderman Blochlinger moved that the chief of the fire department be in structed to notify the managers of the Crystal and Elite theaters to install standpipes in their buildings for the purpose of fire protection. The mayor presented a petition from M. A. Parker for permission to erect an addition to the rear of his laundry covered with corrugated Iron. Alderman Benson moved that the petition be referred to the fire and light committee with power to act. Adopted. The mayor presented communica tions from several firms desiring loca tions for factories. Alderman Eckhart moved that the communications be referred, to the In dustrial committee of the council. Adopted. The mayor presented a communica tion from James McNamara concern ing the grading of certain streets in the Edgewood Park Second addition indications of Paralysis A nervou3 diseases are slow In coming on, and for this reason the victim often docs not realize his danger until overtaken by prostration or paralysis. Loss of interest In life, sleeplessness. Irritability, failure of memory, Inabil ity to concentrate the mind, muscular weakness, indigestion, headaches, twitching of the nerves, feelings of de pression and despondency are among the symptoms which tell of an exhaust ed nervous system and the approach of paralysis. Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills stop the wasting process by which the nerve cells are being destroyed, and by form ing now, rich blood and creating new nerve force positively and permanently restore the nervous system. Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills, 50 cents a box, at all dealers, or Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The portrait and signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous receipt book author, are on every box. HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY. . CKXXXXXrOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO TRI-CITY TRANSFER AND FUEL COMPANY. Hauling and moving of all kinds, large or small, at rea sonable rates. Dally wagons to Moline and Davenport. We al so handle the best grades of hard and soft coal. A portion of your patronage is respectful ly solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed- New phone 5464; old 645. OFFICE, 215 TWENTIETH ST. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. oooooooooooooocoooooocooco Lost and found. LOST In McCahe's store, lady's small size winter glove; color, brown. Re turn to Argus office. LOST A package containing; 24 yards of Valenciennes lace, near McCabe's store. Suitable reward for its re turn to this office. LOST Last Thursday, on the Elm street or Milan car lines, or- on the canal, a small gold pin, heart shape. Return to Argus office arid be re warded. ..r.r LOST Large burnished gold belt pin. wi$h amethyst set. Lost on Red line ear going west or between Seeond and Third avenues on Twelfth street. A reward for return to 121G. Third avenue. PATENTS. PATENT AND TRADE MARK office. room 14, Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Island. James BY Murphy, -associate, branch of Moore &" Co., pat ent attorneys, Washington, D. C and Chicago. 111. - - Referred to the street and alley committee,- the city engineer, and alder man of the ward to investigate and re port. Mayor McCaskrin from the board of local improvements reported that the Industrial commission has completed the surveys of the yest end factory district, and that the blue prints will be presented at the next meeting of the council. The mayor presented a message ve toing the ordinance authorizing the Tri-City Railway company to substi tute the Shanghai T-rail for the girder rail now in use. The mayor presented the name of Miss Dina Raniser for confirmation as police matron.. Alderman Robbins moved that the mayor's communication be received and that it be declared the sense of the council that provision be made in the next appropriation ordinance for the employment of a police matron. Alderman Dauber moved as a sub stitute that the matter be referred to the police committee to report at the next meeting. Substitute adopted. The mayor nominated John P. Sex ton for city marshal. Confirmation re fused 9 to 3 (Lawler, Wilson and Dauber, Alderman Obcrg not voting) i ne mayor presented a message concerning the revision of water rates, and recommending that the gas and electric light companies be invit ed to attend a meeting of the- fire and light committee with a view to reduc ing the prevailing rates, also recom mending that the request for a modifi cation of the telephone ordinances be not granted, etc. Alderman Benson moved that the message be referred to the council in committee cf the whole Wednesday evening. Adopted. Alderman Anderson from the joint committee to which was referred the matter of the Seventh ward: sewer system, recommended that $300 be ap prcpriated toward making the prelim inary surveys. Adopted. Alderman Benson offered a resolu tion instructing the board of local im provements to report an ordinance for paving with asphalt Sixth avenue between Twentieth and Twenty-first streets and between Twenty-second to Twenty-sixth streets. Adopted. Alderman Wilson from the water works committee recommended that the bid of the Sudlow Valve company for furnishing two-foot valve at $3S7.G0 for the ititake pipe be accepted. Re port adopted. Alderman Wilson offered a resolu tion instructing the city clerk to ad vertise for bids for a new battery of boilers for the water, works. Adopted Alderman Wilson from the water works committee reported favorably on the petition of D. J. Kennedy and others in South Heights for the exten sion of water mains, the work to be done under the supervision of the su perintendent of water works, the peti tioners to bear all expense. Adopted Alderman Trenkenschuh offered a resolution instructing the ordinance committee to bring in an amendment to the rules, providing for increasing the number of members of the finance committee from 3 to 7, one from each ward. Adopted. Alderman Smith offered a resolu tion instructing the city attorney to notify the Tri-City Railway company to run cars on the Watch Tower line according to ordinance. Adopted. Alderman Smith offered a resolution referring the matter of printing the ordinances passed since 1903 to the printing and finance committee to in vestigate. Adopted. Alderman Robbins from the license and markets committee reported fa vorably on several petitions for the transfer of saloon licenses. ". Report adopted. Alderman Blochlinger moved that the bill of I. Miller be referred to the mayor, finance" committee and street commissioner to report. Adopted. The mayor recommended the plac ing of street lights at Forty-fifth street and Fifth avenue, and Seven teenth street between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Referred to the fire and light committee. - - Adjourned on motion of Alderman Blochlinger. H. C. SCHAFFER. City Clerk 'Cured of Lung Trouble. "It Is now 11 years since I had a narrow escape from consumption, writes C. O. Floyd,, a leading business man of Kershaw, S. C. "I had run down in weight to 135 pounds, and coughing was constant, both by day and by night Finally I tegrji taking Dr. King's New Discovery, and contin ued this for about six months, when my cough and "lung trouble were en tirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight. 170 pounds." Thou sands of persons are healed every year. Guaranteed at W. F. Hartz's drug store. 50c and $1.00. Trial hot-t tle free WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED house. Bell boys at he Harper WANTED Young man for delivery wagon at H. Tremann's Sons'. WANTED Competent jeweler, for watch and clock repairing. L. S. Mc Cabe & Co. WANTED A good, bright office boy about 17 years old. Apply at 2410 Third avenue. WANTED Young man with horse and wagon to work at the Home laundry, 1221 Twelfth street. WANTED A boy to do an hour's work after school each evening. For par ticulars apply at 219 Sixteenth street. WANTED Ship carpenters and ealkers at the government boat yard near Milan. 111.; wages, $2.75 and $3 per day of eight hours. WANTED A man who has had some experience in soliciting insurance; something entirely new; a good prop osition. Address at once, "A. 20," care Argus. WANTED A steady single man to work on a large western stock and grain farm, bv the year; Swede pre ferred. J. I?, Bassctt. I'. S. engineer's office, postofliee building. WANTED Several experienced stenog raphers; men preferred; to prepare for coming examinations for positions in government service; average be ginning salary, $l,0oo; fine future. Interstate Schools, Uox 070. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. WANTED Men to learn barber trade; we prepare you for positions; $12 to $2.0 weekly; great demand for bar bers; few weeks completes; money earned from start; tools given. Send for our 1007 catalogue. Molcr Har bor college, Chicago. 111. WANTED Competent bookkeepers; bright, young business college grad uates are in great demand. Some of the 20,000 employers we serve are calling on us daily for such men at salaries of $X0O to $1,200, with splen did prospects for advancement. Also openings for high grade office mana gers, auditors and accountants at $1. 000 to $3,500, and for men having money to invest with their services. Offices in 12 cities. Write us today, stating position desired. llapgoods (Inc.) Brain Brokers, 1013 Hartford building. Chicago. 111. WASTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED rantry girls at the Harper house. WANTED Oirl for general housework at 1903 Sixth aveiwie. WANTED A girl for general house work at 22'.! Sixteenth street. WANTED A girl for general house work at 1042 Seventeenth street. Old phone west 750-K. WANTED A girl for general house work: family of three; no washing; at 804 Twentieth street. WANTED A competent girl for gen eral housework; . no washing. Apply at Xic Nineteenth -street. WANTED A competent girl for gen eral housework, in small familv, at 1102 Seventeenth street. WANTED Competent girl for general housework: small family: references desired; 1204 Second avenue. WANTED A young girl to assist with general housework. Apply before 10 a. m. or after 5 p. m. at 1117 Twenty first street. WANTED A competent girl for gen eral housework: no washing or bak ing. Apply to Mrs. M. W. Battles. 72!) Seventeenth street. WANTED Girls and women for pri vate families: cooks and general maids; situations in private families furnished free. National Employment Bureau. 21714 Brady street. Daven port. E. S. Petersberger, manager. SITUATIONS WASTED FEMALE. WANTED Work by the day in private home. Mrs. Jennie Brooks, 2114 fifth avenue. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Eggs for hatching; also old pigeons; will call. Telephone W. 73S-K. WANTED A good delivery horse. weigning about 1.200 pounds. Atlan tic i 1'acitic Tea company, 32S Twen tieth street. WANTED Business men. to get their help from the National Employment Bureau, Davenport, Iowa. Services free to the employer. E. S. I'eters berger, manager. WANTED Boarders, at a private Ger man boarding house; lirst class meals, home cooking; nice rooms, with steam heat; bath and gas; price reasonable; 1405 Fourth avenue; old phono 824-Y. WANTED Household goods to move. store, pack or ship at reduced, rates to Pacific coast and other points. For the best service at lowest rates write or call on Ewert & Richter Express & Storage company. 322-326 East Fourth street. Davenport. Iowa. Tel. 698. EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AND CAB. ROBB'S TRANSFER COMPANY 120 West Seventeenth street. Old phone 1537; new phone 5158. New storage building. Express, baggage, us 'and cab calls answered day or night. RELIABLE STORAGE On first floor; also manufacturer or awnings, tents, wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent. B. Roessler & Co., 209 Fifteenth street, opposite the court house, Rock Island. EWERT & RICHTER Express and Storage company, having unequaled facilities for moving, storing, packing and shipping household goods, and can quote reduced freight rates to Pacific coast and other points. Write or call. Office and warehouse, 322 826 East Fourth street, Davenport, Iov7a- Telephone ' 698. EDUCATIONAL. AUGUSTANA COLLEGE Business de partment. A thorough business train ing given for entry Into commercial life. Terms reasonable. Apply to Augustana college. VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school conducted for girls by the Sisters of the Visitation, .;..Rudimentary and higher branches and all polite accom plishments taught. Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue. Rock Island. HONEY TO LOAN ON SALARY. EVERY employe In the trl-citles hold ing a steady position can get a loan on their promise to pay on their plain note. No endorser, no inquirer of friends, or employer. Loans on house hold goods and other personal prop erty. Our plan is the fairest and most convenient to borrowers. C. Berg man & Co., 209 Brady streeA Daven port. . HEATING AND PLUMBING. CHANNON, DUFVA . & CO. Heating and plumbing along scientific lines, areful and skillful workmen. Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeeth 6t Phone 1 1 - FLORISTS. HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor .Chip-1 plannook nursery. Cut flowers and I designs of all kinds. City store 1607 I Second avenue. Telephone 1110. I FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY. FOR SALE Lot 40x150 feet, centrally located, on paved street. For partic ulars address Box zt7, city. FOR SALE A new seven-room house at 614 Thirteenth avenue; will sell or trade on cottage. Mrs. A. Williams FOR SALE On Twenty-third street, lo 50x150; no filling required; cemen walk in front. Address "A. W. 100,' care Argus. FOR SALE Acre and town lots Just outside of city limits on .bluff near street car line, cheap on montniy pay merits. Inauire of John T. Campbell 1829 Seventeenth street. Phone 322 West. FOR SALE On terms to suit the buy er, a nice corner building lot, east front, located corner Thirty-eighth street and Fifteenth avenue, one block from Elm street car line. Will be sold at or below first cost. Address "M. 1L 100." care of Argus. FOR SALE Cheap, nice level lots, 4 8x125 corner Twenty-seventh street and EigU teeuth avenue, facing Long View street car track. Also for sale, one- half acre lot. Also for sale or trade one-half acre lot with new seven- room house. Terms to please pur chaser. Inquire of E. Thonn, 1815 Twenty-seventh street. THE two-story brick store building, situated at 1917 Second avenue, now occupied by Dindinger, the printer, This is a good investment. FOR SALE To close estate, the beau tif nl home. No. 732 Seventeenth street modern improvements; east front eight rooms; fine location; best of re pair. Can and examine. FOUR acres, with house, situated on corner Twelfth street and Cemetery road, in South Rock Island: fine place tor gardening, florist, or poultry rais ing. The heirs are desirous of sell ing these properties as soon as possi ble. For further information apply to D. F. Krell, 613 Eleventh street. FOR SALE FARMS. FOR SALE Forty acres, four miles from Milan: will sell or trade for city property, tteiay Bros FOR SALE Or trade, northern Minne sota lands; will soli or trade for horses. Inquire of J. E. .Crouch Sears, 111. H)R SALE i-Exclusive sale, s.uoo acres Kerr county, Texas, mixed farming abundant water. $3 an acre. Write today. Uox 462. Sibley, Iowa. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Household goods; apply t ;wrs. j toward wells. liO Sixth ave nue. Call afternoons. FOIl SALE At a bargain, Rockaway witn pole and extension seat. T. A. Murphy, 501 Elm street. FOR SALE At low price, a Chickering square piano in good condition. May be seen at Bowiby s music house. FOR SALE A square Knabe piano rosewood case, in tine condition; will sell cheap. Inquire of Rev. M. Hum phreys, 1014 seventeenth street. FOR SALE A 'Porter" hot air fur nace, together with hot and cold air pipes and registers, all in very best condition. Inquire or ueorge F. Roth Masonic temple. FOR SALE A handsomely brass trim med iron bed. with iirst class springs ciisi will sell tor halt. Also a wicker couch, a crimson covered oak couch, and a letter press, all in good condition. For particulars address "C. 2 , ' care Argus. FOR SALE A bookkeeping scholar' ship in the International Correspond enee School, at $ in less than the pres ent price. 1 tie owner dldn t take up the course on account of change in plans. For further particulars ad dress "M. I. 50," care Argus. LAUNDRIES. HOME LAUNDRY Family washings only; work called for and delivered. Miss A. Couch. proprietor, 1219 Twelfth street; old phone west 855 X. ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Bauersfeld & Sexton, proprietors, Fine finish and quick service. 1814 Third avenue. Phone west 1223. ni SIN ESS CH ANC ES. wasiki) strictly high grade man. as branch office manager for corporation of high standing, established 24 years: salary, to suitable party, $2oo and commissions: investment. $1,000 anil upwards, and exceptional references required; state experience fully. Box 4S7. Milwaukee, Wis. CLAIRVOYANT. GIPSY QUEEN The worlds greatest palmist; tells all particulars of hu man lite, advice in business, familv and love affairs: gives color of hair and eyes; Initials of future compan ions, false or true; law suits, wills, separation and divorces; 171S Third avenue. MISCELLANEOUS. IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent anything, engage help or secure a situation, the Mail is the one pa per in Moiine that can do it for you Mail wants are popular, and Mail wants bring results. One-half cent per word Is the price to all alike, cash in advance; z-cent stamps win do. Evening and Saturday Mail. Moline, in. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. JOHN VOLK &. CO. Contractors and builders. Also manufacturers of sash. doors .blinds and mouldings. Dealers In plate window an dart glass. Of' fices and factory, 311 te 329 Eigh teenth street hotels and resorts. laIP'vexjaIsTi 6.767 feet above the sea. All years round resort. A perfect place for rest. For particulars, address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, medical director I .as Vegas. N. M. professional. attorneys. jacIksoTTSurs torneys-at-law. Office in Rock Island National bank building. SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers. Money to loan on good real estate se curity. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock Island, 11L H. M. McCASKRIN Attorney-at-law, Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island office in Bengston block. Milan office on Main street. SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys and counselors at law. Abstracts of title. Office, rooms 200-204, Peiples National bank building. HOPE THOMPSON Attorney-at-law. General law business; probate, com mercial and corporation law. 1807 Second avenue. Rock Island., LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS Attomeys-at-law. Money to loan. General legal business. Notary public. 1705 Sec ond avenue, Buford block. McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys-at-law. Loan money on good security; make collections. References, Mitch ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell & Lynde building. MURPHY & WITTER J. F. Murphy and J. F. Witter, attomeys-at-law. Oeneral legal practice. Rooms 14 and 16. Mitchell & Lynde building. Union Electric phone 5601. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms at 1016 Third avenue. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms. Inquire at 2516 Fifth-and-a-half ave nue. FOR RENT One large furnished front room, suitable for one or two, at 725 Nineteenth street- FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with modern conveniences, at 1521 Seventh avenue, over drug store. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, central and nice location; modern conveniences. Phone 6065. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping and one sleeping room at 705 Fourth avenue. FOR RENT Two nicely furnishd rooms for light housekeeping, with use of phone, at SOS Twenty-tirst street. FOR RENT A furnished room, with all modern improvements, at 217 Fif teenth street, opposite court house. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms; hot water heat; will rent to gentle men; board if desired; at 53S Twen tieth street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping; bath, gas. laundry in the cellar; all modrn conveniences; at 271 S . Fifth ave nue. FOR RENT Modern furnished room. with steam heat and electric lights. one block from Harper house. Ad . dress "11. lo," care Argus. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms and large clothes press on second floor, for light housekeeping, at 7"5 Fourth avenue. 1'hone 724-X. FOR RENT Two desirable and nicely furnished front and. side rooms, for gentlemen; hot water heat, electr!" light; $1.75 and $2 per week, at 1516 Seventh avenue. FOIl RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT A cottage at corner of Twenty-first street and Ninth avenue. Inquire next door. FOR RENT A 10-room brick modern house at 1108 First avenue. Inquire of Beardslcy & Bailey. FOR RENT One side of double house at 415 Forty-fourth street; six rooms, all modern. Inquire at the above num ber. FOR RENT Two six-room flats, with all modern conveniences, on Sixth avenue and Twentieth street. Inquire of Sturgeon, Stelck & Sturgeon, M. & L. building. FOR RENT South half of double house at 602 Forty-third strict; six rooms; bath, electric lights and gas for fuel. Inquire of E. Thonn, 1M5 Twenty seventh street. FOR RENT Two of the Twenty-lirst street flats, corner of Tenth avenue; private entrance, front and backyard; all modern conveniences. Inquire at 1001 Twentieth street. FOR RENT One of Roche's flats, on Fourth avenue; eight rooms, both hot and cold water, gas, furnace, gas range, laundry, and cemented cellar; finest location in city: street cars pass door. Inquire at American laundry. FOIl RENT Five-room house, with city water, at 1102 Third avenue. Six room house. Fourteenth avenue and Seventh street, for $11. Modern six room house on Forty-fourth street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues, for $16. Schaarmann & Thompson, 1714 Second avenue. FOR RENT House of seven rooms, with one acre of ground, on corner of Twenty-seve nth street and Eighteenth avenue, on Long View car line; good cistern and well; good size chicken yard; rent cheap to right party; will give lease. Inquire on premises; 1815 Twenty-seventh street. FOR RENT FARMS. FOR RENT Farm of 200 acres, east of Coal Valley, adjoining the Hiliier farm on the east side .with large ap ple orchard and necessary buildings; for a term of years. Apply to M. J. Murphy. Rock Island, or James Mc juaid, Milan. 111. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT -Desk room; room 4. M. & i. uuuaing. FOR RENT Store room, corner Sev enth avenue and Seventeenth street Apply to Reldy Bros. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. II. J. CHURCHILL COMMISSION COM- 1'u.nj rroitcrs. ltocK island house block. Stocks, grain, provisions, cot ton, and investment securities bought and sold for cash or on margins. Pri vate wires to Chicago ami New York. Both phones; old west 330, new 504S. Market quotations gladly furnished bv phone or mail. H. T. TOHER & CO. Brokers. Daven port. totocKs, grains, provisions, cot ton. Private wire to New York and Chicago. Offices, 109 Main street. Tel ephone 407. GEORGE II. SID WELL & CO. Com mission merenants. lirain, hay and provisions. Members of the Chicago board of trade and Chicago stock ex change. Established 25 years. No. 642 and 543 Riaito building. Long dis tance phone, Harrison, 2666. INSURANCE. INSURANCE on dwellings and house noid turnlture a specialty. C. R. Chamberlin. PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and insurance. hoans a specialty. Best fire companies represented. Your pat ronage solicited. Phone west 706-X. Office, 1621 Second avenue. BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire, jne, ttcciueni, neaun ana piate glass. Real estate and loans. Room 2, Bu ford block. Office phone 711-X. Res idence phone 736-K. Open Wednesday and Saturday nights. TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city property cents per lou one year. 40 cents per $100 three years. 60 cents per $100 five years. Call or address C. R. Chamberlin, agent, Mitchell & Lynde building. HAYES & CLEAVELAND The pioneer agency, uid time and nre tested com panies. Fire, lightning, piate glass, tornado, accident, life, or almost any form of risk. Ground floor office 210 to 218 Eighteenth street. WE WILL BOND YOU Executors', ad ministrators, guardians, trustees fc or any kinds of judicial bonds; lodge and Bociety officers; city, state or U. S. government officials: contractors, po sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of bond you want (except bail bonds). Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave land, resident managers Fidelity & Deposit company, of Maryland. ARCHITECTS. LEONARD DRACK Architect and su perintendent. Skinner block, second floor. Office houra, 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 6.30 p. m. ART DECORATION. PARI DON & SON Artistic Interior decoration. Finest line of late papers carried and skilled workmen eroo lov ed. Moderate prices, i Seven teenth street. All the cwa all the time-r-THE ARGUS LODGES DIRECTORY, Masonic. TRIO LODGE, rO. 67, A. F. & A. M. JL Meets In stated communication A p on the first Thursday of each month .Special for work Thurs- day. Jan. 10, at 7:30 p. m. Vis iting Masons are welcome. Sam R. Davis. W. M.; William B. Pettit, sec retary. ROCK ISLAND COUNCIL. NO. 20. R. A. S. M. Meets in stated communica tion on the third Wednesday of each month. H. M. Brlggs, T. 1 M.; L. C. Daugherty, secretary. ROCK ISLAND COMMANDER Y, No. IX. K. T. Meets in stated conclave on the second Monday of each month. H. A. J. McDonald, E. C, R. C. WiUcr ton, recorder. ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER. NO. 169, O. E. 8. Regular meeting second Wed nesday of each month. Helena War necke, W. M. ; Vashta Bollinan, secre tary. MASONIC BOARD OF CONTROL I L D. Mack, president; F. T. Myera, aeo retary. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS ON REAL ESTATE SECURITT at lowest rates. Ludolph Ar. Reynolds, lawyers. Buford block, corner Seven teenth street and Second avenue. MONEY TO LOAN On real estate ae . curity at lowest rates. Marion E. Sweeney, attorney, rooms 22 and 35, Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Isl and. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning money on household goods, hornea wagons, etc., without removal and in a quiet way. Call on us for quick loans. Fidelity Loan company, room 38. Mitchell & Lynde block. FUEL. KMI'IItw COAL Ac COKM PflMPANT Wholesale and retail dealers In bi tuminous and anthracite coal. Prompt aeuvery service. oinca 1718 First avenue. LEGAL. Adnilnlntmlur'a Nolle. Estate of Mattie T. ceased. GlockhofT. de- The undersigned, having been ap pointed administrator of the estate of Mattie T. GlockhofT, late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceas ed, hereby gives notice that he will ap pear before the county court of Roclc Island county, at the countv court room in the city of Rock Island, at tho March term, on the tirst Monday in March next, at which time all persotiM having claims against said estate urn notified and requested to attend for the purpose of : .ving tho same adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate nr requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated 20th day of December. A. D. 1906. GEORGE G LOCK H OFF. Administrator. Executor Notice. Estate of Margaret A. Thompson, de ceased. The undersigned, having been ap pointed executor of the last will and testament of Margaret A. Thompson, late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no tice that he will appear before the coun ty court of Rock Island county, at the county court room, in the city of Rock Island, at the March term, on the tirst Monday in March next, at which tlm all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to at tend, for the purpose of having the same adjusted. AH persons indebted to said estate are requested to make im mediate payment to the undersigned. Dated tiiis 26th day of December, A. D. 1906. EDWARD W. THOMPSON. Executor. Harry M. McCaskrin. attorney. Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of an execution. Issued out of the clerk's office of the circuit court of Rock Isalnd county, and state of JI. linois, and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to make the amount of a certain judgment recently obtained against Patrick J. Carey, James B. Lld ders, and Fred W. Blade), in favor of Thomas H. Thomas, out of the binds, tenements, good and chattels of the said Patrick J. Cary. James II. Udders, and Fred W. Rladel. I have levied on the following described property, to wit: The north foi(,v-five 45) feet of lot number ten (10). in W. E. Bailey s Third (3rd addition to the city of Rock Island situated in the countv of Rock Island and state of Illinois. Therefore, according to said command. I (shall ex pose for sale at public auction, all tho right, title and interest of the above named Fred W. Kladcl in and to th above described properly, at 10 o'clock a. in., on Wednesday, the K.th day of January, 1907, at the east door of tho court house, in the city of Rock Island, in said Rock Island countv. Dated at Rock Island, III., this 21et day of December. 1!06. EDWARD KITTILHEN. Sheriff Rock Island County. Marion 10. Sweeney, attorney. Collateral Sale. To All Whom It May Concern: Know ye. that on tho 2Mb day of August. A. D. 1906. one F. A. Head, be ing indchtcd to the undersigned, tho Central Trust and Savings bank, a cor poration duly organized under the laws of the state of Illinois, in the sum of ten thousand, live hundred fifty dollars ( $1 0, :,.-, ). duly executed under "his ha n. and deliver to the undersigned his certain promissory note of that date, payable to the undersigned In ninety (9o) days thereafter, with Interest nt the rate of live and one-half 1514) per cent per annum from th; diite of said note, and to secure the payment of the same duly assigned and delivered to the undersigned two certificates or two hundred (200) shares of the capital stock of the Rock Island Plow com pany, a corporation of the state of Illi nois, to-wit: One No. 159 for llfty (50) shares of said capital stock, and one No. 165 for one hundred fifty (150) shares of the said capital stock, as col lateral security to said note; that said Head. In and by said note expressly stipulated ami agreed that in case said note was not paid when due, that the undersigned should have the right to sell said certificates and shares of stock either at public or private sale, as it should elect, with or without notice to the said Head, for the highest amount it could obtain therfor. and apply the proceeds of such sale or sales to first pay the expenses of such sale, sec ond the amount clue on said note, and the balance, if any, to said Head. That the said F. A. Head did not phv said note when due, or thereafter, but has made default In the payment there of: that the whole of said note, prin cipal and interest is now past due and is wholly unpaid, and that the under signed has elected, ancl does hereby elect, to sell said certificates and shares of slock at public sale, pursuant to the power in said note given to it. Notice is therefore hereby given, that the undersigned will, on Wednesday, the 16th day of January. A. D. 1907, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the front public office of tho under signed bank. . in the Rock Island Na tional bank building. No. 1T30 Second avenue, in the city of Rock Island, county of Rock Island, and state of Il linois, expose and offer said certificates of stock, or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy such debt and ex penses, for sale at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash; at which time and place all persons de siring to purchase said certincates of stock, or either of them, are requested and urged to be present and bid at such sale. Dated Rock Island. 111., this 24th day of December. A. D. 1906. CENTRAL TRUST Mr SAVINGS BAMC SEAL By II. II Casteel. President. Attest: II. U. Simmo.i. Cashier.- 1 Sweeney &. Walker, attorneys for bank.