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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27, 1909.
,7 COR SALES CFTX PROPERTY. WANTED MALB HELP. POR RENTROOMS. WAMT TO There are many ways of getting a lift. If you are "down and out," an Argus Want Ad cannot help you; but If you are "down" and by no means "out," a classified ad inserted on this page will put you on your feet. It goes directly into the hands of the men who want you who are looking for you. " If you want a lift in your business if you are looking for a man to da the boosting an Afgus Want Ad : will get him. It shoots like a "spread barrel" it can't miss. Read The Argus' Classified Columns daily. Form the habit of using them whenever you need anything. Arte Warn. Adfe One cent per word under any head, except medical and clairvoyant, for the first - three Insertions; ' one-half cent per word for each three additional insertions thereafter. No ad taken for less than 20 cents first Insertion. Display rates furnished on application. CLASSIFIED PAGE CLOSES AT 1 P. M. Ads received after 1 p. m. Inserted next day. Phone orders given careful attention. By request, advertisers may have answers addressed to a numbered letter in care oC The Argus. REAL. ESTATE AGENT. EE AIL ESTATE 12-acre fruit farm, near one of best Illinois towns near here; eight-room modern house, and good improve ments; hundreds of fruit trees, and berry bushes; next year's crop already contracted for 5.500 a. full two-story six room house on Fourteenth ' street. Every modern . convenience. Sidewalks and sewer In and paid for. Can save you $300 3(MI A lot on Twenty-third street, near "Ninth avenue. Paving-' paid. It'e a tmap -. '..:. 1.2O0 A large twelve-room modern house on . Rock Island and Davenport Saturday. Twenty-third street. Very con- I ti, q:i,... ,,,,,.. ,,r tv, w r t venlent and desirable location. O.otml T1,e Sllvlh banter of the W . C. T. A good five room cottage in Milan with U. will hold a large open reception barn, cistern well, two acres OInext Thursday at the home of Mrs. A. 1 1 .wl Will traAt Tni- fH V I - property, iasy terms .nrw 160 acres In Minnesota. Partly im proved. Will trade for" city prop- erty. Convenient to town and school. Per acre 9 20.00 Get ready for spring Inquiries by list ing your property with me. . Call either phone.- HTanry. 131. IMblbfl. ... "; FIRE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . , ' ' 1805 Second' Avenue..' Both Phones. FIRM INSURANCE. GQnaurllcss EL EMgsoia FIRE INSURANCE . , AGENCY. ESTABLISHED 1174. 'American Ins- Co. Newark, N. J Continental Ins. Co.......... .New Tori Agricultural Ins. Co..., New Tori Farmers Ins. Co..... ......... Tork, Ph Williamsburg Ins. Co New Tork New Hampshire Ins. Co...N. Hampshire Northern Ins. Co... ..New York security Ins. Co...... New Haven, Conn ns. Co. State of Illinois.... Rockford, Hi Connecticut Fire Ins. Co.... Connecticut Office, 171 1 Third avenue Rates a few as eons latent with security. . . CONTRACTORS AND BUILDKHS. . .- . CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.' . Manufacturers -ot Sash, Doors, Blind. and Stairs. Interior Finish of all kind HARDWOOD VENEER -FLOORING AND DEALERS IN GLASS. i ' i l ' ' V ' MX AND 111 ' .;S.', ' EIGHTEENTH STREET, . ". ROCK ISLAND. ILL, oooooooooooooooooooooooooo These Long Winter Evenings ' Are Ideal ones to spend with a good book, but reading Is not a source of pleasure unless your EYES are comfortable. ' WE CANMAI$EI THEM SO. Myers Optical Co. 212 Safety Building, Rock Island OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ESSE DM TEE NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS. (Continued From Page Two.) into three groups, with a chairman at the head ' of each, to vie with each other in seeing which group is most skillful in cxercis-iry; its arts and ideas to raise money for the' church fund. The chairman of the first group is Mrs. A. C. Hanson, of the second, .Mrs. William Corbin and of the third, Mrs. Lester Clarke. The members of the first group are busy planning for their entertainment. ' Mis. Oeorge Nikol was a visitor in B. Cox. where they will entertain i ar ticularly the teachers of the Stlvis schools and the members of the school board and their friends. The- object of the reception is to. promote' the work of the W.-CT..U- in the school and in t hi? home. 'Mrs. A. .B. Cox will act as hostess for the cveiiift?;. ' There, will be a short program wluT'h is in charge of Mesdames Richard Bell and Rich ard. Meer. . Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs." Rose McKinley a new chapter to the O. E. S. was formed,. Mrs. Mc Kinley being the onraniyjer. The nec essary officers were elected as follows: Worthy Matron Mrs. Rose McKin ley. Worthy Patron Oeorr Morrison. Associate Matron Mrs. I. Y. Alls brow. . Secretary Mips Allis. The chapter selected its name which will be "Rose." Feb. 8 the grand offi cers will be in Silvis to institute the chapter and at that time a banquet will lie tendered them. There are now 24 members in the chapter. A Cure for Misery. "I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces,'? says R. M. James, of Louellen, S. C. It's called Electric Bitters, and comes in 50 cent bottles. It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time; and it put yellow jaundice clear out of commission." This great tonic- rqed lcine and blood purifier gives quick re lief . in all stomach, liver- and kidney complaints and the ."misery ,of lame back. Sold under, guarantee at .all druggists. . ;' i In the Heart of New York 00 Rooms. 200 Bath. European Plan. 30 Large Sample Rooms. 40 Suites with ,3 Rooms and Bath. The Famous German' Rathskeller, ot .' . New .York. --. - - i. Rates for Rooms:'" '-'. ,$1.60 Per Day and Upward. . '.., $2.00 and Upward With Bath. , " The Sweeney-Tlerney Hoiel Co.. . - E. M." TIKRXfcT, manager. I Hotel J Eflarlboroughy ! Broadway, 36M37.li Vb y' '. XHerald Sqaare.-r i . WM1? LtiDGB DIRECTORl Masonic, TRIO LODGE. NO. 57, A. F. & A. M. Meets In stated communication on the first Thursday of each month. J. W. Houder. W. M.: William B. Pcttlt, secretary. LOST Arm FOUND. LOST A white bulldog, with briudle spot on one eye. Finder call west 827-Y. LOST A long red pocket book with name Frank Malm in gilt letter. Finder return to the tjeorge White Buggy company and receive- reward. LOST In Rook Island on Bridge line cur or in Davenport, a silver belt pin set with topaz. Finder will be re warded for its return to Argus office. LOST A pair of gold rim spectacles. in a Kamser case, between Ramsers and Sixteenth street on Second ave nue, or Sixteenth street south. Find er return to Argus for reward. MA SSAGE A PTD ELECTROLYSIS. , MASSAGE given at the homes. Buper- nuoua nairs permanently removed with electric, needle. Treatment giv en at homes unless otherwise desired. Address Miss A. M. Kittridge, 1011 Perry Ftreet, Davenport, Iowa. Old phone 2136. ... MRS. n W. MILLER. Masseuse. 160S Fifth avenue; electric vibrator and vapor baths, body and facial massage, hair and scalp treatment, shampooing and manicuring; body massage a spe cialty. New phone 6858. Hours. It a. m. to 10 p. m. PATENTS. PATENT AND TRADE3 MARK. Office, room j, nmcncii & i.ynae Dulldlng, Rock Island. James F. Mr"hy, as sociate, branch of Moore & Co.', pat nt attorneys, Washington. IX C, and Chicago. IlL LAUNDRIES. HOME LAUNDRY Family washings only; work called for and delivered. Mlsa A. Couch, prop. 1219 Twelfth street: old phone west 663-L. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. U. J. TOHER & CO. Brokers. Dartn port. Stocks, grains, provisions, cot ton. Private wire to New Tork and Chicago. Offices. 109 Main street. Tel- PERSONAL. MINNIE Send me your address at once . Jii.-u. r STOCK BROKERS. H. J. TOHER. A. L. ANDER80N. STOCKS. .. .. orahc. ' ' provisions. ' WBBBMBaS ' COTTOH. r PRIVATE! WIRES TO NEW TORK AND CHICAGO. . . ; . 19 MAIN STREET. DAVENPORT PHONB WEST 407. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo MONEY TO LOAN On Real Bitot Security..' .; LUDOLPH A REYNOLDS,.- : .V Mitchell Lmde BoUdlsf. oooooooooooooooooooooooooT ; All the newt all the time ARGUS. - . THV miie irom cuy umus ana street car; no buildings. Eckhart & Buffum. FOR SALE Story and a hair six-room cottage; strictly modern; fine cellar; paved street; will net- 7 per cent on the Investment. Address "J. P. S.." care Argus. FOR SALB Two very nice large nouses on corner 101 uuxiiti on Kortv. flfth street; good houses and rent fine. Let me tell you about them. I H. K. .Walker, agent. I OR SALE At a bargain, nig room1 FOR house, with vestibule. -Go-foot lot, with barn; Forty-second street, near Elm street car line. Phone cast 1012- K. W. tieorgc iiciuer, Moline, FOR SALE A bargain, eight-room modern nousc; not : water heat; at 1021 Twenty-second street; will sell on monthly payments. Call or ad dress J. O. Scheuermann, 1700 Sixth street FOR SALE At a bargain, 1 1-3 acre lot, with five-room house, large barn, and other buildings located on Ninth street. South Rock Island. Inquire of William Schaarmanu, real estate and Insurance. " FOR SALE One acre of land, four room house, large chicken house, acre fenced In with chicken wire; barn, . well, cistern, fruit trees of all kinds; 1819 Twenty-seventh street. Tele phone 853. three rings. FOR SALE Forty lots in bur new ad ditions; 40 sold with -12 new houses erected on same; nrices of lots from $300 to $400; terms, $25 down, with Ave years for balance, Old - phone 759-Ii. E. W. Robinson. FOR SALE: On Fourth .avenue, not far away, a cottage, witn lot 53x100; will sell for $2,000, or will sell a frontage of 106 feet, which includes a corner with car track and paving on two sides. H. -K. Walker, agent. FOR SALE: Six lots on Twenty-first and Twenty-second streets; you know they are good streets, and the lots are fine; they sell at $6."0 up to $1, 100; one is a splendid corner, 50x140, at $S50. H- K. Walker, agent. FOR SALE Five-room cottage, with cither one or two lots; will sell house and one lot for $1,500, or will se)l both at $1,800; will consider some discount if bought before March 1, as parties wish to move to farm. II. K. Walker, agent. FOR SALE At a bargain, seven-room house, with furnace; one lot and an eight of ground at Strayer's crossing. South Rock Island.-on Ninth street; must be sold within 30 days for $1, 800, or rented at $10 per month. In quire' Of J. S. Camblin, South Rock lslanl. 111. FOR SALE Six-room house, with barn and garden: lot 9(1x149; nice for chick ens and fruit or garden. If you want a pleasant country place in the city, this is it . Located on Thirty-second street and Sixteenth avenue. Price, $1,800; one-half " cash, balance easy. 11. K. Walker, agent. FOR SALE Cheap, nice level lots, 48x 125, corner Twenty-seventh street and Eighteenth avenue, facing Long View street car track. Also for sale or trade, one acre lot, with new seven room house. Terms to please pur chaser. Inquire of E. Thonn, 610 Twenty-eighth street. FOR SALE A six-room house, about four years old. with reception hall, furnace, bath, Tlectrlc light, gas. ce ment walk in roiit; "fj,Wfer has mov- t ed from citymid needs' money very much; has made a sharp cut in price, and will consider selling on time if buyer could mak' fair payment down. H. K. Walker, .under. Ruck. Island Na tional bank. ' . FOR. SALE Flvcrrooin cottape. newly . I. 1 . . - - ' , ! (1 . ... 1 1... chicken house, well, cistern, city wa ter, anil all kinds of fruit trees; gas on street ready to connect; will sell at a bargain if taken before March 1; $1.45i; party leaving. city ; good in vestment; rents for $JL5 per month; 1219 Twenty-ninth street'. FOR SALE-rOne xf the nicest and larg- corner lot. with plenty of room for; two or more nouses. II ueslreil. is on asphalt street, with paving paid, and is one of the best constructed houses In the city. .Conditions are such' that property is offered at a figure that is Interesting. H. K. Walker, agent. FOR SALE An eight-room house on Fifteenth street, opposite park; only built h few - years, and is well con structed, with splendid stone founda tion; "owner built for a home, but has moved to Pacific coast, and has made a verjr low figure and wishes to sell this month: will take $2,900. with as phalt paving all paid. H. K. Walker, agent, under Rock Island - National bank. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE 2 yards of new rag car pet at 2732 .Eighth avenue. FOR SALE A good work horse, suit able for delivery wagon. Call 429, old phone. FOR SALE A second hand blcvcle. Call 819-Y. old phone, or 725 Nine teenth street, FOR SALE Cheap, two full blooded White Wyandotte cockerels. Ed A. Siemon, 1130 Seventeenth street. FOR SALE Fox terriers. -10 weeks old. for $2 apiece, inquire at H. Schoeve s. Twenty-fourth street. South Heights. FOR SALE Very cheap, household goods, a few iron beds, mattings, a beautiful Brussels-stair carpet, etc.; 1117 Second avenue. FOR SALE A gas range, nearly new, in good condition, cheap, if taken ut once. Inquire of W. S. Hill. Hen dricks street, South Rock Island, or phone 6215-F. FOR "sALE A $375 Hobart M. Cable , . cabinet grand piano .almost new, will bo Bold, If taken at once, for $175.' Those interested will call at 93? Scv- enteenth street for ' further particu lars. FOR SALE LANDS. . FOR SALE 180 acres of land,' nine miles from, .city; $35 , per acre. .See Reidy Bros. FOR SALE 224-acre farm, good stock farm, nine miles, from city; will take some city property in trade. Reidy Bros. , ,!! i v " FOR SALE Or trade, 80- acre improv ed farm, convenient to tri-cities; near good railroad town; will accept cltyi property. Harry H. Hubbard. EDUCATIONAL. STENOGRAPHY and; Rapid Shorthand taught afternoon and evening at the Villa de Chantal. New phone 6302, old west 347. VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school conducted for girls by the Sisters of the Visitation. Rudimentary and hlgh ' er branches and all polite accomplish ments taught.- Twentieth street and - Fifteenth avenue. Rock Island. - OSTEOPATHY. E. L. DENNISTON, D. a Graduate of the American School of Osteopathy. Klrksville, Mo. - Office-hours, 8 to 11 a. m. and 1 to 9 and 7 to 8 p. m. Of- : flee in Safety building, rooms 208 and 209. Consultation and examination free. Office phones, new 6261, old 997. WANTED Bell boys at the Harper house. WANTED A good cutter In meat market Address ."G. 100," care Ar- gus. WANTED A bright, energetic man over 16 to work-in grocery store. Apply to F. R. Kuschmann, 2207 Fourth ave nue. - WANTED High school boy with bi- cycle to work a few hours etich day. I T Apply at Rock Island Pantorlum.FOR RENT-FurnlshMl room withmod- t-iuh lsofiU Second avenue I '"n conveniences, close to car line; A avenue. Seventeenth street. WANTED 40 ship carpenters, calkers. carpenters and laborers at Silver Lake boatyard. 1 miles west of Milan, 111., at $3. $2.75, $2.50 and $1.50, respective ly, per day of eight hours. Inquire at government office, Milan, IlL WANTED Men, quickly, by big Chi- cago mail order house ,to distribute catalogues advertise etc - 12 1 a week, $60 expense allowance first month: no experience required. Ad dress Manager, Dept. 500, 385- Wabash avenue, Chicago, 111, . : . WANTED Men to qualify for paying positions as railway -firemen, motor men, mail clerks; many openings; practical instruction at low cost. Write for free catalogue. State posi tion desired. The Wenthe Railway Correspondence School, Freeport, 111. Dept. 539. ' WANTED Men to learn barber trade, and take positions waiting our grad uates; short, time required, constant practice furnished; scholarship in cludes tools .instructions .demonstra tions, examinations, and diplomas; write for catalogue. Moler Barber college, Chicago, 1JL , . WANTED Agents, salesmen; the one best article, wonderful invention, just patented, tremendous seller; $25 a day profit, easy; selling the "Patent Head." a marvelous, efficient device; strongly appeals and quickly sold to grocers, butchers, farmers, hotel men, and oth ers. The "Patent Head" is the great est economy ever offered. It means a big saving; stops waste from barrels, keeps their contents sweet and fresh; clamped in place, it remains there as solid as the barrel itself until re leased by a simple turn of the key. Positively makes the barrel -germ, dust and air proof. Agents are tel egraphing daily big orders. Hun dred!) of letters from live agents say that they never made so much money so quickly. You can 'easily clean up $500 to $1,000 the next 30 days. Act quickly; territory going fast. 'Par ticulars free. The National Sales Agency. 1219 Ohio building. Toledo, Ohio. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Walters at the Rock Island house cafe. WANTED Chambermaid at the new Rock Island house. WANTED A colored girl for general housework at 1602 Ninth street. WANTED A competent girl for gen eral housework at 741 Twenty-third j street. WANTED A good woman as house keeper in American family. Address "O.," care Argus. WANTED A good, strong girl or wo man, to assist in doing kitchen work at St. Anthony's hospital.' WANTED Ladies; our catalogue ex plains how we teach - hairdressing, manicuring, facial massage, etc. In few weeks, mailed free.. Moler col lege, Chicago, IlL , WANTED MALE OR FEMALE, WANTED Salesman or saleslady, to represent Junior Typewriter company in Davenport. Iowa, and Moline, 111. McCaffery Sales company, 318 Twen tieth street. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Boarders; first clnss table; i central location; 1800 Fifth avenue. WANTED Chimneys to build, repair and clean. McDowell Bros. Old phone north 3167. WANTED Old feathers; highest price paid for old feathers. Call old phone 692-T. or. address 1911 Second ave nue. WANTED A window space in office for watchmakers bench; place In drug store or express office preferred. Ad dress "X. V. Z.." care Argus for fur ther particulars, . WANTED Would like to hear of stock for sale in any enterprise where an investment of several thousand dol lars would be safe. L. Darbyshire, Box 1823 A, Rochester. N. Y. INSURANCB. INSURANCE on dwellings and house- noia turniture a specialty. Cham berlin & Anderson. PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and insurance. Loans a specialty. Best flre companies represented. Your pat ronage solicited. Phones west 23, and new 6172. Office at court house. BENNETT'S Insurance Agency. Fire life, accident, health and plate glass; real estate and loans; second floor. Safety building. Office phone west 996. Residence phone 736-K. Open Wednesday and Saturday nights. WE WILL BOND YOU Executors' ad ministrators', guardians', trustees' or any kind of judicial bonds; lodges and society officers; city state or U. 8. government officials; contractors, po- . sitions of trust ;ln (act, any kind of bond you want (except bail bonds). Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave land. resident managers Fidelity & . Deposit Company of Maryland. jnrypig-' Will Eft? : Of course not but we will. If you owe a balance to another , loan company, or to a. furniture ae store, we will advance you enough cash to settle with them, and give you money for other - pur- tgs poses also. . w And then, our easy'' paym'ent plan "There's where we can beat MB other companies in a walk!" $1.56 Is the weekly payment on a $65 loan for 50 weeks. Or, suit jb yourself, pay monthly If you pre- ' fer. -We would be pleased to send tfi our agent to talk with you about loans on furniture, pianos, horses, cows, etc, (without removal). If tr you. live anywhere within 40 miles of Davenport. 'You will understand why we tji are the biggest and fairest com pany, wheo you compare our rates and plans with other firms fja in this business. Just a postal ', or a telephone call, and we will come without charge and explain all about the PRIVATE, RELIABLE Tda w5fty Lam C.B w -119 V4 Brady jSL. Davenport, la. ' . Old phone N. 2435; new pnone . 343. . FOR "RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping at 307 Third street. . FOR RENT One large room, furnished or 'unfurnished at 12 Tweirth street or unlurnisneq. at tiz iweuui street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room. uni.y or iiock isianu, state ot iiu with all modern conveniences, at 1230 no,s' deceased, hereby gives notice that Second avenue. ', ishe will appear before the county court FOR RENT Two nicely furnished 7 Twentieth street. I FOR RENT Two front rooms, furnish- to ed for light housekeeping; gas and' bath; 1525 Fourth avenue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with all modern conveniences including use of pnone. at mm jourtn avenue. ..t. t.-vto. tv., , ko,i m FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms on seecond floor; gas. sewer, water. and cellar;. 426 Eleventh street. FOR RENT Three nice, unfurnished rooms, with sewer, water, electric light, and gas, at 1115 Eleventh ave nue. FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms on second floor, with water, sewer and cellar, at 701 Fourth avenue. Old phone west 724-X. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, with j gas. bath, heat . and all modern con- veniences, for light housekeeping, at 819 Twentyfirst street. FOR RENT Large modern front al cove room with board in private fam ily; suitable for man and wife or two gentlemen. Call or address 2209 Sev enth avenue. . FOR RENT Furnished sleeping room, with gas, bath and furnace heat; also. -two light housekeeping rooms on first: v -floor, at 2103 Fourth avenue. Old, "a,? phone west 733-K. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Six-room apartment In the Sala building; rent, $32. FOR RENT A four-room cottage: In quire ut 26f Fifth avenue. FOR RENT A mMcrn eight-room house. Inquire of Beardsley & Bail- ey company. i - . , . .,' FRRFr",e.ih""aHLl,"; Inquire of J. W. Roche. FOR RENT An upstairs flat of six rooms, with rith furnace heat, bath, and K .J, 08 Sixteenth street; rent $13.,de" ?," fJ OWkS A it 1714 Fifth avenue. ,Ulii,0"rtn i1.!,'; !? Lotl gas. at b Inquire at FOR RENT One modern steam heated flat in the new Negus apartment house, corner Thirteenth street and Second avenue. Apply to W. O. Ne- gus at the Rock Island house. vrtn nrvT r..ti. r.f do-i.t mnmu ut Hale's addition to the city 701 Seventeenth street; sewer, water. nd county of Rock Island. 1 Of IillnOlS. tion; $18. inquire at 705 Seventeenth' .Jf? ?oc)5 U!STd ... . .of January. A. D. 190!t. FOR RENT House of seven rooms at! state of Illinois, Rock Island Coun 1S15 Twenty-seventh street, with one ty-ss: acre of ground; will he vacant Feb. In the County Conrt of said county. 1; will give - lease. Inquire of E. In Probate. December term, A. D. 1908. Thonn, 610 Twenty-eighth street. In the matter of the probate of the FOR RENT Four-room cottage, with barn, on Seventeenth street. South To All Persons Whom This May Con Heights. Also seven-room house on c-ern, including the unknown heirs-at-Nineteenth avenue, Both have good law of Thomas H. Thomas, deceased, cellar, well and cistern. Inquire at greeting: 1903 Seventeenth street, South: Heights. FOR KENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR- RENT Office of two rooms, over Grotjaus drug physician. T. J legatees of said deceased, to-wit: Selene FOR RENT Small store and living Thomas and Samuel Arthur. rooms, with all modern appointments," You are further notified that the hesr at 639 Seventeenth street. Address ng of the proof of said will was set ,"H 10." care Argus, or call west 4, old by said court for the 21st day of Jan- pnone. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY at lowest rates. Ludolph & Reynolds, lawyers. Buford block, corner Seven - teenth street and Second avenue. .,T,,- : - MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur- ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Swee - ney, attorney, rooms 32 and 35. Mitch- ell & Lyndc building. Rock Island. ,xTO , uyna vyii r umii i unn, (jiaiiun, uunco, wasonn, tic; quii Kiy, pnvaieiy. Bi the lowest rates. Mutual Loan com- pany (uninc). room 411. People's Na- tional bank building, new phone 6109. Phone old west 122. . WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning money on nousenoid goods, norses, wagons, etc., without removal and In a quiet way. Call on us for quick loans. Fidelity Loan company, room 38. Mitchell & Lynde block. MONEY LOANED to salaried people and others, without security; easy pay ments; no publicity. Call and get our terms and method of doing business. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Tele phone north 2411. Victor Finance company, room 26, McManus build ing. Second and Main streets, Daven port. PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEYS. JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD At-torneys-at-law. Office in Rock Island National bank building. HOPE THOMPSON Attorney - at - law. Oeneral law business; probate, com mercial and corporation law, 804-806 baiety Dunaing. SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers. Money to loan, on good real estate security. Rooms 802 and 80S, Safety building. Rock Island. 111. MURPHY & LARSON Attorneys-at- law. uenerai legal practice. - Kooms 14 and 16, Mitchell & Lynde building. Union Electric phone 660L McENIRY & McENIRT Attorn eys-at- law. Loan money on good security; make collections. References, Mitch ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell & Lynde building. SWEENET & WALKER Attorneys and counselors at law. Money to loan on real estate. Abstracts of title pre pared. Rooms 200-203, Peoples Na' EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AND CAB ROBB'S EXPRESS COMPANY Furni ture moved, packed and stored. Bus, baggage and cab service day or night. Main office, 2410 Third avenue. Old phone 637 and 900. New phone 5158. RELIABLE STORAGE On first floors also manufacturer ot 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, 822 828 East Fourth street. Davenport. . Iowa. .Telephone 698. FLORISTS. HENRY OAETHJE Proprietor Ctaln Sianock nursery. Cut flowers and esigns of all kinds. v-ty store. 1807 ttecona avenu. leiepnone ma DRESSMAKER. DRESSMAKER . C. WUlits. .19224 Third avenne; old phone west 810-X. work ir tin rn n twA. ' Executor's Notice. 'i Estate of Ann Turner, deceased. The undersigned, having been . ap- poinU1 executrix of the last will and icstan,nt of Ann Turner, late of iui nw isianu county, hi me muniy court room, in the city of Rock Island. at the April term, on the Jirst Monday April next, at which time all persons ".,.:;, tf.iL.,-.il? , noIM and reqursied to ai purpose of having the sa All persons indebted to sa naving claims against said estate are attend, for theT same adjusted. I All persons indebted to said estate are J requested to make immediate payment the undersigned. Dated this 27th day of January.'A. D. l!Mi. JESSIE H. DONALDSON. Executrix. Jackson, liurst & Stafford, attorneys. Executor' Notice. Estate of Thomas H. Thomas, de ceased. The undersigned, having been ap pointed executrix, of the last will aixt testament of Thomas H. Thomas, late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illi nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear before the county court of Rock Island county, at the county court room, in the city of Rock Island, at the April term, on the first Monday in April next, at which 'time all persons 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 27th day of January, A, D. 1909. SELENE THOMAS. Executrix. Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, attorneys. Master Sale. State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun- ss: the Circuit Court. In Chancery. 830. Foreclosure. Cross Bill. Ellen Peterson, complainant, vs. Car! Bergstrom. Esther Bergstrom, and the Rock Island Lumber & Manufacturing company, a corporation. The Rock Island Lumber & Manufac turing company, a corporation, vs. El len Peterson. Carl Bergstrom and Es ther Bergstrom. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a decree of said court .entered la day of January, A. R. 1909. I shall, on Saturday, the 20th day of February. A. D. 1909, at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the east door of the court house, in the city of Rock Island. In said county of Rock. Island, to sat isfy said decree, sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the certain parcel of land known and block three (3). subdivision of lots in if Rock Is- and state this 22nd day JOSEPH I. HAAS. MastTin 9hancery' Rock Is,and Coun- 1 ' " Luooipn Ac 8nlicltors- - Reynolds, complainant's Publication Notice. last win ana testament oi l nomas tx. Thomas, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that on ' the 30th day of December. A. D. 1908. a petition was filed In the said county, court of Rock Island county. Illinois, asking that the last will and testament of Tlmmaii T-f Thnmxia decerned. hA fl.d mittcd to nrobate. The said petition i in store, suitable for states that the following named per Medill. sons are all the known heirs-at-law and nary, A. D. 1909. at 9 o clocK a. m.. out that on this 2nd day of January. A. D. 1909, said court entered an order vacat ing and setting aside its former order eAlflntr eaiil HaV flf Pi n 11 H TV A. D. . 199i the day for the hearing of said prrof of said will 11 You are therefore further notified that on this 2nd day of January. A.. D. 11909. said county court has entered an order herein, that the hearing of the proof cf sai will will be had on the ,25th dav of January. A. D. 1909, at the 10ur of 9 o'clock in the forenoon of Isald day. at the court house, in the' city 0f Rook Island, in saia county, wiin anj where you can appear, it you wb nt aluj gtiow cause, if anv you have, wnv pajd will should not be admitted o probate - - Dated at Rock Tsland. 111.. Jan. t. A. D. 1909. HENRY-B. HUBBAKU, - Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, solicitors MISCELLANEOUS. WHY not try novelty card signs? Ex perience unnecessary, feampie oumi and our sign book with nearly 300 illustrations, 25 cents, postpaid; just the thing for the merchant or agent. Hahben & Co., 332 Chestnut street. St. Louis, Mo. IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent anything, engage help or secure a situation, the Mail and Journal la , the one paper in Moline that can do U for you. Mail .and Journal want are popular, and Mail and Journal wants bring results. One-half cent per word is the price to all alike. , cash in advance: two-cent stamps will do. Evening and Saturday Mall and Journal. Moline. 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