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THE "ROCK ISITAXD ARGUS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1911.
CHAMBER OF HORRORS
t-VOLb PM TO C HATS VWHIUG
TfKKfe THIS TURK).
EAtVESTOfi'S GIANT BRIDGE
TO MAINLAND AID TO CITY
CmwMy Costing 1,50XX000 Bulwark
Against Another Disaster.
The giant re-errforced concrete carrse
vnj aero mi Galveston bay la more than
two-thirds finished, and It will be com
pleted and open for traffic within ten
months. It 1b stated by tbe contractor.
This strocrnre will be 10.642 feet long.
little more than two miles. It will
. coat 1500,000.
In order to prepare for the ennstrnc-
tion of the causeway the contractors
; established a floating equipment at a"
' cest of more than $100X00. Unfore-
BXITTOW, PLEiTHGS, PESHATTS.
NOVELTY CO., 280 South Putnam
building. Felt pennant and norl
ties, buinert, monogrtmi, pillow cov
ers for schools or societies. college
porters, etc.. shtrt gtugra, cotton
gloves and mittens. French aeoordeon
and knife pleating, cloth covered but
tons and colored Ivory rims, ail slses
and styles, from 10 cents a dozen up.
Bend for" descriptive circulars. Old
How to Own The
for 17c a Day
You don't have to draw on your
bank account when you pay on the
Tou need not disturb your dollars.
Keep them at work earning interest!
We offer our newest model, the
Oliver Typewriter No. 5 fresh from
the factory for seventeen cents a
The plan 1b printed In "black and
white" on the application blank
Simply fill out the blank, attach
the small first payment, send it in.
' and on comes the Oliver!
No tedious wait! No red tape!
; No long-drawn-out correspondence!
i Tou quickly own your Oliver and
scarcely notice the outlay. You can
.have the use of the machine while
'pennies are "paying the freight."
I You will never nave a better
!. chance to test the power of pennies.
The Oliver is everywhere!
It's the universal typewriter. Reels J
off real work with the ease and speed i
demanded by this mile-a-niinute age. )
Wherever you turn in business
offices, great or small In the quiet !
cf the home In the roar of the
railroad and telegraph service In.
the seething maelstrom of modern 1
. , A, , , . I
newspaperdom in countless kinds
Of service it's the Sturdy, Strenuous
Oliver that's making "the wheels go
The standard VisrMc V.rc. .
You need your Oliver now. It's
yours almost for the asking. The
biggest hundred dollars' worth in
America for seventeen cents a
Send along the application blank,
with a small first payment of $15 as
an evidence of good faith.
Your check Is good or send
draft, postoffice or express money
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO.I
Gentlemen. I accept your offer of
the latest model No. 6 Oliver Stand
ard Typewriter for II cents a day.
Enclosed pi find $15 as evidence
ol good faith. 1 agree to save 17
cents a day and remit the balance.
Ibi, Id monthly installment. Title
to remain in your name until ma
chine is paid for.
COxj Tr-KV WAS ,
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THwnIfC OF OUR ChW!
seen difficulties were encountered In
sinking some of the cofferdams for
piers, but these were overcome, and
there has been no hitch since then In
the progress of the work.
This canseway will give the city and
island of Galveston a connection with
the mainland by means of double
track railway, an interorban electric
line and a roadway for vehicles. At
present the only bridge connectior
with the mainland is by means of a
wooden trestle carrying a single track
of railway. Farmers and other people
who live upon tbe mainland adjacent
to Onlveston are forr-ed to nse boats
to take their products to town and
carry their snpplies home.
In addition to the causeway Itself
there are several thousand feet of sand
fill at the two approaches. The mak
ing of this fill was a stupendous task
of itself. In constructing this great
public work special effort is directed to
make the structure substantial and
stormproof. In the center of the cause
way is a lift bridge In order to permit
the passage of boats through the chan
nel of the bay.
The expense of constructing the cause
war is prorated between the county of
Galveston and the steam and electric
railway lines that are to use tbe struc
ture. Besides its practical value from a
transportation standpoint, the construc
tion of the causeway Is generally re
garded as a valuable addition to the
protective works against disaster from
storm, such as overwhelmed the city
and Island several years ago, causing
the lows of several thousand lives and
the destruction of millions of dollars'
worth of property.
"I would like to exchange this five
dollar opera bag for a fire dollar chaf
"Sorry, miss, hut those opera bags
have been marked down to $3.98."
Mrs. John - I do wish I bRd a good
recipe for fallinir hair. John Most wo
men nowadays just pick It up again
and hang it on the back of a ebatr.
IIRK." PLEATING AND Bl'TTOXS.
ff . Vv,lV$
I'lrallnn aad Covered
All the St rle.
French sccoTdion side or knife plpat-
inir m .1 1'!u anrl viJt h. f 9 ,- m
yard up. rmtton covered from srrap
( -od o match your g-o-n or suit m
S'l sl?. styloa, and covered Ivory rims
rrm uu- a d..Pn uP. Felt pennants end
novelties, banners, monograms, pillo
covers for schools or societies, etc., mads
to order. corsets, nress rorms. work
room devices ml supplies, skirt mark
ers, stitch rippers, etc. Button holes
n:ade. pinking, velvets mirrored, hem-
Hntcnlr.g. conllng. tucking, shirring, etc
'otron gloves and mittens from 10c a
I pair up. all styles Hend or ask for clr
! oulars. f. A- H. green stamps given.
DA VEX PORT PLEATING. BUTT OX A
XOVKI.TV CO., DAVENPORT, IA.
SAO South Pnlura Bide. Phone 1SS2-M.
See DUplar tm Show Case.
DRESSM KIN G.
One del'rhted wearer
jsaid: "I have just begun
i to live since wearing tie
j Go..iwin corset." A stu
! dent of grand opera:
I The Goodwin is the
j corset I have been able
i to wear when taking
. linging lesions." A prom-
tnent irown maker: "It
i is a deitsht to f t over
, the Goodwin corsets: cot
a line visible under the
! smoothest gown.'" A wo
: man physician: "I wish I
I Cou'.d put th Goodwin
! corset on to every wo
i man I know." An actres
, of international fame: "I
; was iiot as tired after a
week s hard flavin In
. my Goodwin corset as I've often been In
; a half hour's rehearsal." An eminent
surgeon: "The Goodwin is my Ideal of
a corrrt." Front ar.d back lace in ell
I styles from $5 up. Corsets carefully
G. H. GEABBE
; I-air- Tailor aa4 Pmuukfri Exelaw
tve A treat for Trt-Tltles.
j Send or call for booklet. Ager.ts want-
Jed. Phone 15?2-M. Established 12. So. '
Putnam building. Davenport Iowa.
I sew models la show rasr. j
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FOR. RE?TT BOOMS.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms; 614 Eleventh street
FOR RENT Furnished room In modern
house at 408 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 807 Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished room, modern
and up-to-date; 2018 Fifth avenua,
FOR RENT Furnished front room In
modern house; 1115 Fourteenth street
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for Hifht
housekeeping. Apply 62S Twentieth
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
lifrht housekeeping at 1525 Fourth
FOR RENT Two farnlshed rooms for
light housekeeping at 528 Twenty
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, all
modern conveniences, use of phone;
710 Twenty-fifth street
FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms.
In flat; sewer and water; good cellar.
Inquire 706 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Nice large furnished front
room: modern conveniences; use of
old phone; at 3217 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Large newly furnished
front room, suitable for two men or
married couple: 2106 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished sleeping
rooms; also furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; at 1620 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Two or three furnished or
unfurnished rooms, suitable for light
housekeeping. . Inquire at 41S Eigh
FOR RENT, One large modern fur
nished front room, suitable for two;
rent reasonable; at 1504 Ftfth-and-a-haif
FOR RENT Three suites of furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; also
three suites on second flour, at 515
FOR RENT A ntoely furnished front
room, strictly modern, suitable for one
or two gentlemen, with or without
board. Apply 1230 Second avenue.
FOR RENT One or two large front
rooms, nicely furnished, all conveni
ences, in new, modem home; no oth
er roomers; 1403 Twelfth avenue.
Phone west 644-X.
FOR REVT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Six-room cottage on
Twelfth street. Inquire 1108 Twelfth
FOR RENT Modern eight-room house,
vacant about March 1. Inquire at 2&02
Sixth avenue. Phone old 1262-K.
FOR REIfT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern Improvements: 1102 Seventeenth
street Rock Island. K. H. Guyer.
FOR RENT After Feb. 16, a seven
room house, with bath, gas and elec
tric light; centrally located, in good
condition. Inquire 643 Nineteenth
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT Furnished flat, three rooms
and bath, all conveniences; reterences
required; at 1513V& Third avenue.
FOR RENT A four-room flat and bath
at Fourteenth-and-a-h ilf strett and
Ninth avenue. Inquire S37 Four-tenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT A three-room flat, with
closet, pantry, wash kitchen and -cellar
room, electric light and gas rang;
also use of phone; centrally located.
Address "R. Y. 20," Argtis office.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; all conveniences, in
- eluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc; one choice suit with large pri
vate vault Apply room 100. F. K.
FOR RENT Store room on Second av
enue; large basement; will rent half
or whole. Address "Storeroom," care
FOR RENT 83-acre farm; good build
ings and flr.s water. Llnlnger & Mey
er. 1810 Third avenue.
FOR RENT 120-acre farm, one mile
north or Barstow, 111.; $475 a year.
Apply to Miles Collins, flavenport,
FOR PALE Confectioner- store and
fixtures, including clears and tobacco
cases. Address Confectionery, care
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once, a
first class meat market doing good
business. Address "Meat Market,"
care Argus, or phone west 1001.
FOR SALE A modern meat market;
good location: no expenses: a bargain
if taken at once; other business rea
son for selling. Address Box 411,
East Moline, ill.
J. E. JANES AND E. J. GOULD. We
are prepared to conduct all kinds of
farm sales; pure bred stock, real es
tate ard general merchandise; pedi
grees thoroughly understood and giv
en careful attention; special attention
and efficient service also given to
merchandise salts; sales made any
where. For dates and terms address
either party at 1810 Second avenue
Rock Island. Phone 132.
TRTO LODGE, NO. 67. A. F. & A. M.
sleets in stated communication
tD flrst Thursday of each j
month at 7:30 p. m. By order j
work Thursday. Feb. 1. at 7:30 p. m. j
Past Masters' night. Master Masons
are cordially Invited. By order of I
Carlton G. Taylor. W. M.: Wllllac R. '
Brotherhood of Aascrteaa Teooxoa.
esT-- ROCK ISLAND HOME-
'.:,.'-. STEAD NO. 121. Meets
1 second and fourth Friday
! vonlngs at Boselln'a ball.
lost ajid rorsD.
FOCNl -Gent's scsrf rln; owner may
have same by calling on J. L. Free
man. 1712H Second avenue, proving
iiENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chip,
plannock nursery. Cut ttowora and
designs of all kind a City store, Itvt
Second avenu. Telephone 111.
EXPRESS AND STORAGE. I
also manufacturer of awnings, tents, :
wagon covers, sic i cms ir rent fa.
Roessler Co., SOS Fifteenth atrosc.
Opposite the court bouse. Rock Ialanq
CARD OF THANKS.
WE extend oar sincere thanks to
frier.ds and relghbors for sympathy
and assistance shown us In our re
cert bereavement especially ihe quar
tet and to those who sent flowers
Mr. and Mrs. J. Seline and family.
WATfTFD WALK HELP,
WANTED Fatnters at the Rock Island
WANTED Experienced meat cutter;
must furnish references. Address
"M..' care Argus.
WANTED Three live news arents for
work In passenger trains; good runs.
Apply 3120 Fifth avenue.
WANTED At once. 500 men. 20 to 40
years old. for electric railway motor
fnen and conductors; ISn to 1100 a
month; no experience necessary; fine
opportunity: no strike: write immedi
ate! v for application blank, enclosing
stamp. Address "R. M. & W" care
WANTED Men. age IS to 35. for fire
men lion monthly, and brskemen S0,
on nearby railroads; experience un-
necessary; no strike; positions guar
anteed competent men: promotion.
Railroed Employing Headquarters.
Over 400 men sent to positions month
lv. State age; send stamp. Address
Railway Association." care Argus.
WAITED FEMALE I1E!.P,
WANTED Oirl to do gnerl house
work In small family at 921 Twenty
WANTED A woman to do general
kusework; colored woman preferred.
Apply 3116 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Competent pirl to do gen
eral housework. Apply to Mrs. J. B.
Ingalls. 909 Twentieth street.
TANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework : good wages, and no
washing. Apply t 10 Thirteenth
WANTED Refined lady and gentleman
to take care of home for widow,
at 2S.M Seventh avenue. Old phono
WANTED A girl to assist with gen
eral housework; object more for com
pany than work. Inquire 1700 Twenty-second
WANTED Thoroughly experienced
cloak and suit saleslady ina others
need apply'; permanent position;
eood salary. Address Goldsmith's
Cloak House, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED At once, five bright capable
Indies over 21. to travel, demonstrate
and sell to dealers; $'j;. to $50 per
week: railroad fare paid. Goodrich
Drug company, 130S-lt) Harney street,
WANTED Ladles to learn the Hermann
permanent hairwave; an entirely new
electrical process by which straight
hair Is turned to natural wavy and
remains so permam-ntly ; water does
not an':ct It; big money made doing
it: laiiU'S pav exorbitant prices for it;
:i3il- accomplished : we teach It In a
fV.v 'lessons and furnish the equip
ment; we also teach liairdressintr.
manicuring, facial massage, chiropo
dv. and electrolysis; write for parti. -i:larr
Molcr Barber college, Cid-
rn go. 111.
WANTKD Boarders at 2514 Fifth ave
nue; good home made baking.
WANTED Work after school and Sat
urdays by young man stutl-nt. t'r!l
Tri-CMv Business collfge. Old phone
WANTED Tour amateur finishing at
the Brown Studio, over Iiartz's drug
store, corner Third avenue and Twen
WANTKD Plain sewln?: mlF.-J.-s' ami
li iM i i n s vi k a spci l ilty. Call at
112" I-'oni tpp-ith-and-a-tialf street,
rily. Old pliotie west 644-Y.
WANTED -- Boarders; modern conveni
ences; working men especially desir
ed: eight blocks from Rock Island
plow works; five blocks from town;
530 Twelfth trt ,
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly cailed for and de
livered. Mrs. Luella Titteriiirton.
144S Fourteenth street Old phone
WANTKD Klderly gentleman desire:
board and room with elderly couple
or widow; location between Fifteenth
and Twenty-fourth streets, north of
Eighth avenue; no other boarders;
plain cooking. Address "A. B. C,"
WASTED SrTl' ATiONS,
WANTED Position by experienced
stenographer. Address "J.," care Ar-
WANTED A position as housekeeper
by reliable woman. Address "H. G.
20." care Argus.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate an
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phonos went 22, and
new 517$. Ofllce at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident health and plate glass;
real estate ar.d loans. Second floor.
Safety building. Ottice phone west
696. Residence phone 73S-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. S.
government offl :lals; contractors, po
sitions of trust; In fact, any kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds).
Terms r ease-na' ile. Hayes He Cleave
land. resident managers. Fidelity 4k
Deposit Company of Maryland.
MASSAGE FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Mrs. E. W. Miller, graduate masseuse;
electric vibrator treatments, vapur
baths, scientific body and facial mas
sage, therapeutic lights, spinal treat
ment, Swedish movements, etc. Hours
from 10 a. m. to p. m. Henley build
ing, suit 12. corner Fourth and Brady
streets. Davenport Iowa.
"Which way?" "Well, to
tell you the truth, I am go
ing down town to get a loan
on my household goods, pi
ano, everything. What we
have to buy to live on is so
terribly high. e drifted be
hind, but they all want
their money just the tame.
Could you advise me where
is the cheapest and best
place to go?" "Well. I
ehould say I could the New
Cut Rate Loan company, by
all means, In fact. It's the
only loan company now in t
Hock Island, for rates cut
in two on household goods.
piauu, ue el oca, real es- Lji
tate and diamonds." Don't
mistake the number, cor
ner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, 1S01V
Second avenue. West 177.
5fgr. J. W. Jones
FOR SAL1S CITY PROFERTT.
FOR SALE Modern seven-room cottage
near Long View park, cheap for cash.
Address "J. X-." Argus.
FOR SALE Three lots on Thirtieth
street and Eicrhth-and-a-hslf nvenue.
Inquire at 7oi Twenty-third street.
FOR SALE Eight-room House, comer
Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue; easy terms. Inquire, at resi
dence FOR SALE: A five-room cottage at 11
Eia-hteenth avenue; fine location: lot
65-foot front. For terms Inquire on
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store with
flat above, located at 2736 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire B. Thonn. 61 Twenty
eighth street city.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, new. In
fine repair; paved street ;easy terms;
liberal discount .for bait cash. I1.C50.
Linlnger ft Meyer.
FOR SALE A good house and lot at
1729 Twenty-ninth street; house prac
tically new; lot 42x123: "reasonable
terms. Come and Investigate. Call at
FOR SALE T3ts In Robinson's add
tlon In South Heights, from $800 to
5375; terms, ?S down, balance In five
years; a bora on Msy terms. Old
phone 1165-K. IT. W. l.oblnson.
FOR SALE: Choice lot 57x101 fset. cor
ner Sixteenth street and Tenth ave
noe; one acre, with five-room cottage,
barn, chicken house, good well and
cistern, corner Eighteenth avenue and
Thirtieth street; must bs sold by
Milh 1. Mrs. J. W. Barrett. Old
Thone west 1205-L; 1012 Nineteenth
FOR SALE MICCTTLLAEOUS.
FOR SALE Oosl from Price banks;
13.75 per ton. Old phone 893-T.
FOR SALE Ohio seed potatoes at 2418
Ninth street. South Rock sland.
FOR BALE Largs Barred Rook cock
erels at 1533 Twenty-fourth street
FOR SALE A six-hole Jewel steel
range. Inquire 1044 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR SALE One Jewel gas stove and
one Bucks steel range, at 1422 Flfth-nnd-a-half
FOR SALE Two walnut beds and up
r'sht piano, in good condition, at
1230 Second avenue.
FOR SALE A child's upholstered
sleigh: strong and roomy. Inquire at
729 Thirty-ninth street.
FOR SALE A pair of bay mares,
weisr'rit 2.200 pounds: will sell cheap
if taken at once; 120S Second avenue.
FOR SALE Cheap, a Singer sewing
machine; all good attachments; near
lv new. Call at 645 Fourteenth ave
n ti e.
FOR SALE Oak and pine mixed klnd-
I ling, cut stove lengths, at 83.50 per
I load, delivered. Kahlke Bros. Phone
FOIl SALE On- 64-egg Don Moines
Incubator. M. Hollmnn. 5r)9 Hendricks
mi-pi-!. So'ith Rock Island. Phone
v st R54-K.
FOR SALE Cheap, If tsken at once,
one Ideal ca:n register and one Hough
Security cash recorder. Inquire at
FOR SALE Two work tenms, wagons,
and harnesses : cheap if taken at Once.
Inquire corner Twentieth avenue and
port SALE B.iy mure, weight l.onn
pounds: Rood driver, single or dou
ble: also harness and bucfy. Inquire
lL'n Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching; A. C.
Harklna. Barred Rocka. Kolirstrau.
Whit? Orpii'frtor.P, and White Wyan
dottes; also baby chicks; 1514 Elgiiih
FOR SALE Cheap, a s!x-octave. oak
case organ, in good condition; a bar
gain if you have use for it Inquire
W. S. Hill, 425 Hendricks street, Soutli
Rock Island, or The Argus oillce.
FOR SALE: LANDS.
FOR SALE 224 acre stock farm; fins
Improvements; four miles from Milan;
price $100 pet aero. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE Five acres of land and
modern eight-room house; has fruit
trees and grapes; one block west oi
V.'atoh Tower. Inquire William Wulff,
FOR SALE Good truck farm In South
Rock Island; very reasonable pries;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call on Reldy Bros., room
i. Mitchell & Lynde building
FOR SALE Several Improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa. These farms are
level, black soil; none inuia than four
miles from railroad. prices ranging
from $70 to $!0 per acre. These farms
are all bargains. William Jennings,
Lock Inland Louse.
OREGON FARMS 10 to 640 acres, for
Join). $10 down and $10 a month; with
tach farm will be ir?-:!uded a town lot
at Klamath Falls, Ore., population
b.OOu; ail 10 and 20-ncre tracts; are
located in the Grande Ronde fruit
district. J. K. Kerns, agent, 19gf
Second avenue. Rock Inland, 111.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE security at
lowest rates. Ludolph A Reynolds,
lawyers. Best block, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONET TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms 32 and 35. Mitch
fcU 6z LynUe building, itoi k Island.
LOAN J on furniture, pianos, aorsea,
wagons, etc.. quickly, prlvateiy, at the
".owtet rates. Mutual Loan Company
(uninc. ). room 411, People's National
bank building. fimV: phone 51U; old
phone west 121.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on nouseiiold goods, norses,
magona tic, without removal and
in a quiet way. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan Company, room
4u3 Best building.
SALARY LOANS made In one day; paid
back in hn.ail. convenient lusiaimenta;
our low rutes hurt our eon,j."iiiorv
but will benefit you. Vii tor Pinan- e
r-ompar.y. 2t McManus btiil'lin, Sec
ond and -Main fclreels, Davenport.
torneys-at-iaw. On: e La Rock island
National bank bulluing
SEARLE ic MA I US HALL Lawyers
Monty to loan ou good real caiat
socurlty. Kccms lr.i and tvl. Salsty
bulluing. Rock island. la.
WALKER. INGRAM St B Wl'KN 15 Y At
torneys and counselors at uw. Money
to loan on real estats. Ruonts 2uo
23. People's National bank building
McENIRT ; MENIST A ttornsy e-ai-law.
Loan money on good security;
make coliectlona References, Mitch
ell Lynda, banksra OUloo, Mucdeii
A Lynou builoing.
AUTO AND CARRIAGE BODIES.
ruipf.ira lrvrnfT mr,,,rn,.. -
Liuu-iuMic - ui o,ii amus; also
a ito delivery bodies; ail work guar
anteed. Headquarters at Klockau
Carriaire and Auto shop. Old paone
SEND us a postal or tslspnone as soon
as your house la vacant ; ws have
hundreds of applicants for vacant
nous- nd will send them to you.
We do not charge anything for this
charge. S immerfleld a. 1 11-112 East
Second street Davenport
Estate of Arthur A. Toyser. deceased.
The nnderslarned havlna: been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Arthur A. Povsrr. late of the county of
Roek I.-slnnd. slate of Illinois, deceased,
hereby eiven notice thst she will appear
before tl:e probate court of Rock Island
countv. at the probate court room, in tite
city of R-n-k I!:id. st tho March
term, on the first Monday In March
next, at whleh time ail persons having
claims neainst said estate are notified
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All per
sons indebted to said estate are rr quest
ed to make Immediate payment to the
Dated 26lh dav of Jannarv. A. D.
191L EMMA J. POYSKH,
Jackson. Hurst Stafford, attorneys.
I; ecu t fix's Notice.
Estate of Christian Nash, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the Inst will and
testament of Christian Naab. Isle of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notii-e tha
she will appear before the probat
court of Rock Island county, at the pre
bate court room. In the city of Roc
Island, at the April term, on the fir: l
Monday In April next at which time a.l
persons hivins; claims acalnst said e
tats are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. Ail persons lncmed to sajii
estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 27th day of January. A. D.
1911. ROSANNA NAAB,
Albert Huher, attorney.
Estate of Basillus Winter, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executors of the last will and
testament of Basilius Winter, late of
the cointy of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hNreby give notlca that
they will appear beforo the probate
court or Itock island county, at tt pro
bate 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 es
tate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having tbe same
adjusted. All persona Indebted to said
estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to tbe undersigned.
Dated this 27th dav of January. A. D.
1911. JOHANNA WINTER.
LOUIS J. WINTElt.
Albert Huber. attorney.
Estate of John Garvin, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
John Uarvlu, late of the county of Rock
Island, stale ( f Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that lie will appear lie
fore the probate tout t of Rock Island
county, at the probate court room. In
the city of Itock Island, at tho April
term, on the first Moi-day In April ntit,
at which time all percons having claims
against t,i ui estate are notified and re
quested to attend for tne purpose of
having the s.uue adjusted. All person
Indebted to said estate are requested to
make lmnieUIald payment to the under
signed. Dated 31st d.ny of Januarv. A. D. 1911.
THOMAS J. GARVIN.
McEniry & McEniry, soliciwrs.
Estate of David J. Kennedy, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the lt will an l
testament of L'uvld J. Kennedy, lule of
the county of Roek Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
aha will appear before the prob.'tte ourt
of Hock Island county, at the probat
court room, in the . Ity of Rock Island,
at the April term, on t!ie tirt MonJjy
in April n'-xt. at which timo all fers.uii
having claims agmnst said estate are
notified and requested to attend for t'j.j
purpose of Laving the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estnte are
requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersinned.
Dated this 7th duy of Februarv. A. D.
ISil. MAY L. KEXNKI'V,
Walker, Ingram & Sweiiey, attor
neys. Administrator's No Hoe.
Estato of John Hpellnian, deceused.
The undersigns d having been :,,.
point' d admliilstrati lx of tne estate "."
John Spi-lliuaii, lute of tlm count f
Hock Inland, suite of IlllnuH. tK- . .!..!,
hereby gives I oil e that siie will appe.-.r
before, tne probate eourt of Hui a ixlitinl
county, al tho probate court room, in
tho city of Jtoi k iHland. nt Uio May
term, m, the llrst Monday In May next,
ut which time all persons bavin claims
against said emalu aie notified arid re
quested to attend for the purpose, of
liuvlng ttm sanirt adjusted. All persons
Indebted to said e.-'tate are requested to
make Immediate puynient to liic undei -8ig
Dated 7th day of February, A. D. 1911.
R. W. Olmsted, attorney.
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IF YOU W An'i to buy. sell, traus or
rent anytuiug, engage holp or socurc-
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ABSTRACTS OF Til LU.
ABSTRACT'S of iitic prsarod or coTTT
tinued to dais covering any real es
tate In tho county, prompt aud ac
curate service at ; axonaolt isles
Rock Inland Tit) 4. Abstract Com
pany; J. J. Ingram, j'lesldeiii; W . J
DWne, hecrti ry; 2W0-2U3. socunj
floi. Peoples National bauk- buu j
Lig MULTIPLE ELKCTnOLY 919.
MCLTH'LE ELECTUOLYSI8 Supei fiu
Ous hairs ou fae and arms perma
nently reuioveu wun oris to sis i
needles; four to six hours' wr.rk in '
one with six; treatments Klven at 1
homo unless otherwise desireu. Ad-'
dress Miss A. i. Klttrldxe. Flat 1.
Argyio 1 lata. lirayy sticet, Daven- 1
port. Oil pnone Slit.
PIItL INSIMANCE. j
(Tbe Best is th Chsap4st
FIRE, LIFE. LIGHTNING AND WIND I
Office, 172S Third avenua Rates rta
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CONTUAt IOHS AND DL1LDEI4S.
General 'Joncraitors and Jiuilders. j
All kinds of carpsnter contracting anil ;
repair work piompily and ne.itiy d ne :
at reasoi.aLiie prices. L.tls Sui;citl. i)
Work g srarit.ed. '
C. H. TuNN, ij'i'J Bevcntcenth avenue.
Phons wt 1411. I
CHRIST LaNGE. 113S Beventtenth ' !
street. Phons went llli. I
Manufacturers of bash. Doors. Blln'ts
ani btaira. interior mush of sK kinds.
iiardwood Vsr-eer li'r:ii(, and Usal- '.
era In Giasa $11 and 111 Elgnlsontii i
rrrtMAvr nti .y i or r
ABSC.LV'TKI.V It l.I.I A Ml.K.
Special low fee f..r i r-.e week binder, a
. ivthI lairioynut re;i llr.g.
M.-.rlel Is positive! the srr'ste-t Hair.
voys.nl In the world. He te'', VOu J'ist
wiiat you waul t.i kn w ar.d J ist wlist
nil?fl'U!.1lil. lie ttll vuii liow to sur-
e. ed in hiisliies. how to :nsUe money in
stiwulnllon, lio-v to quli lily eli your
fiopiitv at a bin ptl'v; locates hurled
t r ous i i I'ei, nmovo evil influences, tells
you how to overcome your rtvnl In bus
iness; tells vl.cll-er your hn.-l);ilil. wile
or secihtnrt Is tine or ti.i'; reunites
tne sepittated, cuir a spee.lv and hup
py Tnirrnse ith tlie o-.e y.oi love, re
stores lout affection, scttlis s'l lovers'
quarrels. nik-- Jo'.ir h eit hert rt true,
tills when snd whom von will marr,
rlvlnc, the n;uiie in full sod dale of
marriage, and how to win I lie one yo'i
love. If you nro In trouble or lojr'.
rail at once. He l: pertc. tiv honest an. I
s nam i. leea ttuit teiythlns; lie tells you
will come true. Tells you how lo lie
tiippv imi "liteii...l til" r-ft of your
life and In foituiiair ilo.v to ol.taln
the money you nil vl. n n I lint you are
best adapted for. Te:ii wh.tt you havi
done, uliat ou him t,ointc now, sn-l
hat ytu nre iriitiis- lo lo. All told
without linking a clTie q i.tlon.
oflict- hour.H. I .i. in. to a p. in.; Ejii
day, 1 to i 1'. ni
7 rtriidy St, Davenport
ivu, u.i m
A we'! located lot on 12th street:
paving and Sidewalks paid for;
a snap at f 3T5.O0
A B;jt-roorr nous In South Ror-k
iHland. In good vliHpe. i.csriy
We hav- two lots on street
ai ! 2'ith vi 'i i, n t front;
oi: I.-i corm-r loti at ST25.00
A twi-sicry hoqse on St'i street:
two vi urt old; l.ns furnnco and
electric iiiu t:a.c
I Iht your propr-rtv wun tis.
M'e write frsurance; surety bonds.
iu'j Best htilld'ng. Rock Islnnd. Li.
HZoLblboTiirdl k Tccca.
INSCItANCB AND RF.AL ESTATS,
Sally Pirojpjcsa-ly ana
120-aer Rock Ishin.I rnunlT farm;
fair build'r.gH, good land; $o' per acra
82 -acre Rock Island county farm;
good bulldliiKs; will tuko J,t0 lu
irade; ju per acre
S-acre farm; latf b illJln-:-, will tskS
tl.ooij In traue; 7u per cr.
47-acre Wiiursios county rarm; a bar
liln; all level land, i i ... per act a
V4ii-acro fari;i. near rsinoad town.
Scott county, Iowa; $-o per ac 1 s.
2tM turn, two miles from railroad
town, a:id qu.ts iku.1 iaveiiporl; wnl
tike llti.uU'J woitu of Incoius propsit
on tins farm; ii'n per acre.
110 acre tariu. all lev1, near Milan;
jj pur aero. .
120-acru laru.. nil level, urar ltock
lslanu. W. per aero.
Good s-rnotn nouse on Zillh street,
to liu.ii qulckls. $.t:00.
Ail modern S-rooni house on 8th avs
Fiva-rooui cottsiee; lot 4'islo, $1100
1 vi o ail inoduru i -rouiu l.uux. s cioo
in, tU.iiOO each.
Biggest list if vacant lots in this
city iruui i't-tt up. VVe soau mousy su.i
viriie liis K.suia.ics. It you ui ocir
oas of tradlna soiuelliiu ou uou I
h ki t tor fioii.eii.lroi you Uo Hint, ioiuu
to us. Us nanulu tiad's In any statu
In tr.s union,
lilaattnburri & Hlankcubur
lUti bi.fly liuil.ln.
Ici 5a tocvr Off
Uu hit Itiitu consoKrtd
! ti Liay a Lic'.coci dicud.
.Now you can coiisici'.-r 11 n
plt-unuf c, lor the utv; vay is
lo let us luar lo turdcli. 'i uuu
wash Uuy is iiiciciy a 'nutter
of gu'.iifci m4 tUu t..lui tiolLcs
ibgcttiir. V her, our utjjub
ciis, wash day U over us lar
us you nro coi.irned. V hen
ILo clolL'.s ars lelutbud iLcy
v.111 to spotJeti.) cleuu LU
iieiiliUullj' frci.li. ii,, colors
will be brlBlit, 1 bo buitons vein
be on, tti.ie Mill h; u rips or
teats. vii'-n you con 1 idu the
txpeobo cf wubhibg, tho price
ycu pay to Lolp, tho cost of
fuel, the di.icooifort aud aggra
vation, you wMl tay our wy is
truly tccLonilcaJ. Urop us s
piPil or iooL.t us to.
601 TWELFTH STREET. DOTH