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THE ROCK ISTGAND ARGUS, SATURDAT, SEPTEMBER 2, 191T.
The Argus Daily
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AT THE BEACH.
Sue came down here to rest, she says;
J3he never swims nor walks;
liut tal&s, and talks, and talks, and talks.
And talks, and tallcs, and talks.
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ANSWER TO YKSTEHD4VS FIZZLE.
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We loan money to everybody
removal. We trust tb people.
If you appreciate low rates, easy terms and courteous treat
ment, our syste' will please you.
RELIABLE LOAN CO.
JS05i Second avenue, Itock Inland. III. Phone West 1008.
Open from 8 a. in. to 6 p. in, Wednesday and Saturday to 9 p. ni.
Forced to Leave Home.
Every j-ear a large number of poor
sufferers, whose lunge are sore and
racked with coughs, are urged to go
. . . . . U -.11 . T 1 . . . 1L1. I .
and not always sure. There's a bet
ter way. Let Dr. Kings New Discov-!
try cure you at home. "It cured me
of lung trouble.'" writes W. R. Neleon,
of Calamine, Ark., "when all else fail
ed and I gained 47 pounds In weight.
Its 6urely the fcinjj of all cough and
lung cures." Thousand owe their
lives and health to it. It's positively
guaranteed for couslis, colds, lagrippe,
asthma, croups all throat and lun
troubles. 50 cents and $1.00. Trial
bottle free at all druggists. i
"Can be depended upon" i an ex
pression we all like to hear, and when
it is used in connection with Chamber
la in 'a colic, cholera and diarrhoea rem
edy it means tfeat it never fails to cure
diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel com
plaints. It is pleasant to take and
rqually valuable for children and
adults. Sold bv all druggists.
You aie going to find yourself In
in ed of ii little ready money, y oil
wlil want to get it privnudy and
ina li'iriy. Visit our mc" and Ic-t
mi explain liw easily this can be
t-'urniliirr lonu. iln lnn,
liter aioek Inaaa. .All security re
maining in your possession.
All loans payable In Rii Instal'l
m tits ranging; fn-ni ccni per
WH-k uji. Monthly pay m-nt s il
If y'H t.in:it onie in. phone
(..-. r i l ut tins hli.nk : ii i mail
to u. iir agent will esll at your
PRIVATE AND RELIABLE.
TrcC25y Less Ct.
219 W Brady Street.
Old phone north 2425. Open
Wednesday and Saturday en-
Just a Little
Is certainly nobody's
business but your own.
So when you wish to
borrow on furniture or
salaries come to
Phone, write or call
You are nothing if you
Open Wednesday and Satur
day evenings until V o'clock.
who owns household goods.
WANTED Situation by an experienced,
f-tenographer; references furnished.
Address or call 324 hi West Third
WANTED Nursing by practical nurse;
confinement carts preferred: satisfac
tory references given. Call or ad
dicts Mr. Charles Ege, 1034 Four
WANTED Situation by a young man
sged 28 y-ars. with 12 years' experi
ence in helling dry good, shoes,
clothing and groceries: a first class
nock man ami decorator: must hnve
itiiation at wince. Address Joe Mc
Jionald, general delivery.
LOST AD POIND
LOST BU k and tan hound, weight
about 4! pounds. Return to L. F.
Robinson, Crown restaurant.
LOHT A college fraternity pin; gold
l . . ... ... ..... ti ... t u-ith ....uvOu ilu'nuf'q
name cm hai-U. Hnderreturn to Ar
gus and receive reward.
LOST Gentleman's gold watch and
chain, between Kock Island and Hlac-K
Hawk township: lady's picture in j
Irorit of case, aletnrn to Argus and
LOST A lady's gold watch, cm pin, be
tween Seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets. Kock Inland, or Second ave
nue and ISridge line car. A reward
for i'.s return to Hansen Drug com
LOST A gentleman's black leather bill
purse, bought of J. Hamper, contain
ing 1101.3.,. on the raiiroad tracks j
within one bloc k of the Rock Islam i
Southern depot. Liberal reward for
its return to Argus office, or phone
office west lti'.i. residence J2S2-K.
EXPRESS AND TO ft AG 12.
KKUABLt. tSTOKACiK On first floor;
also manufacturer of awnings; tents,
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent. G.
Koesuler cfc Co.. 209 Fifteenth street
UEFOUK going house limiting come ;
and see our list of vacant hou-es. We
Lave t he complete list of the tri- j
Cities, fend wiil assist you to get lo- j
cated without one cent or expense.
Elurnmrrfield'i', 113-115 East Second
WANTKD A Kiitleniai of means, aged
45 years, would like to make the ac
cjualntance of iady. widow not objec-
! tiunubie. with matrimonial intent. E.
Keeu. .g nera4 deli very, city.
MASSAGE FOR WEN AND WOMEN.
Mrs. E. W. Miller, graduate masseuse;
electric vibrator treatments, vapor
baths, scientlnc body and facial mas-
: sage, therapeutic lights, spinal treat
ment, Swedish movements, etc. .Hours
I from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Henley build
ing, suite 12. corner Fourth and Brady
streets. Da vent'ort. Iowa.
B2gS&3 CDS HqCSCS
Good 6 room house. In South
I Heights 91f&5
Modern 5 room cottage, on 14th
street , 3,000
Five room cottage on 14th ave
nue. 5 years old. newly painted,
good well anvl cistern Sl,SO
A new mode" 7 room house, on
I4Va street, east frout. a model
Two modern 7 room bouses, on
12th street .east front, fine ter
race, lot 75x150, a snap f,SOO
WE WRITE INSURANCE.
405 BEST BLXK3.
iTna Beat Is the Cheapest)
FIRE. LIFE. UOUTNIKQ AND WINii
OtBea. 171 Third aveau. Rates ras
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.
At a sacrifice a 13-room bouse od
paved street, lot 62x120 feet, rents
for 37 per month. Price $ 2,600.
LIMXGER & MKYEIt,
1810 Third Avenue.
FOR RETT ROOMS
FOR BENT Modern furnished rooms
at 1304 H Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT A modern furnished room
at 902 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms
at 3:2 Eighteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
with alcove; 1107 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; at S07 Third street.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, sin
gle or ensuite; 2106 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
with alcove; 1107 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for tight
housekeeping: at 1309 Fifth avenue. .
FOR RENT A furnished front room.
In modern house, ax 408 Fifteenth
FOR RENT Tfetee front rooms on first
floor; f S per month. Inquire -lilt
FOR RENT A modern furnished front
room at 1011 Seventeenth street; ref
FOR RENT Rooms for lig-ht housekeeping-
and sleeping rooms at 219
FOR RENT Modern famished rooms;
also light housekeeping rooms; at
626 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms; gentlemen preferred. Inquire
at 2226 Fourth avenue. . '
FOR RENT Nicely furnished partly
modern rooms for light housekeep
ing at 614 Eleventh street.
FOR RENT Five rooms on first floor;
strictly -modern. Inquire 513 Seven
teenth street. Old phone U32-X.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms: all mod
ern; use of old phone; references re
quired. Address 2514 Elphth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room for one or
two voungf men; strictly modern; at
!02 Twentieth street. Call after 6
FOR RENT Strictly modern rooms for
light housekeeping, on first floor, at
516 Twenty-second street. Old phone
FOR RENT Two - nicely furnished
rooms for Ight housekeeping; has
gas. water, and sewer; at 527 Twen
FOR RENT Strictly modern rooms for
light housekeeping, on first door, at
515 Twenty-second street. Old phone
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, also sleeping room,
modern. Old phone west 549; 1301
FOR RENT Furnished room near Har
per house; all modern with steam
heat; gentleman preferred. Address
"11.," care Argus.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
with board, suitable for two gentle
men, a.t S21 Twentieth street. OIU
phone west 743-X.
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeep
ing; reasonable rent. Inquire at 520
FOR KENT Three furnished rooms,
suitable for railroad or street car
employes; gentlemen preferred; at
2b40 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT Three good sized unfur
nished rooms in pleasant location;
water, sewer, and gas; near car line.
Address "it- D. 12." care Argus.
FOlt RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, with sewer, wa
ter and gas. Inquire for Mrs. Vatea,
between 8 and 10 a. m., at 705 Fourth
avenue. Old phone west 5&2-X.
FOR KENT One modern furnished
room, cneap, to woman or girl of good
references, who will take care of chil
dren odd evenings. inquire 110
i-'ourteenth-and-a-nalf street, city.
X FOR REJfT HOUSES
FOR 1 tiC. N'T
Seven-room house; .in
quire at S25 Twenty-second street'.
FOlt BKXT A new five-room cottage,
with light and furnace. Inquire llu
FOlt RKNT 'Furnished house at 1030
First avenue. Apply C. W. Durham,
603 (safety building.
FOR RKNT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street, Kock Island. E. IL Quyer.
FOR RKNT Nice six-room house, 1434
Forty-arst street. C. S. McDaniel, 502
Safety building. Inone west 950.
FOR RKNT Seven-room partly mod
ern house, lhl2 Twelfth street. C. d.
Mr-Daniel, teatety building. Phone
FOR KEN" Six-room modem house,
with large yard, 1228 Twelfth street.
'. S. McDaiiiel, 5o2 Safety building.
Phone west 050.
Foil KliNT J'our-romn cottage at 1031
Nineteenth street. For terms apply
to t.T.arles E. Hodgson, insurance of
fice, 17.S Third avenue.
FOR KENT An eight-room house,
strictly modern, in good locality;
partly furnisued if desired. Inquire
at 54ri 'I'wemy-s.xth street.
FOK RENT A strictly modern seven
room house at 2424 Eighth-and-a-half
avenue. Inquire at h'A'l Twenty
tiftu street. Old phone 1732-X.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage, with
large lot, at ls2tS Twenty-ninth street,
cme-huH block fronts Lcong View car.
Inquire at 71 Thirteenth street.
FOR RENT A six-room house; has
sewer and water; at 612 Twelfth
street; rent fit. Inquire at 800 Sev
enteenth ttreet. i'none west 307.
FOR KENT Eight-room modern house
at lolo Seventeentn street, Mohne;
steam heat and new oak floors. In
quire ltJlS Sixteenth avenue, iloline.
FOH RENT FLAT!
FOR RENT A modern five-room flat.
opposite C, K. I. & P. passenger de
pot, Kock Island. Old phone norta
1S53-L or call at 2103 Harrison street,
FOU BENT MIS47KLAtA.KEOi;S
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; all conveniences, in
truding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room iou. F. K.
FOR RENT A store, with living rooms
in rear. Call old phone west 1K4-K.
Inquire 1022 Twelfth avenue.
FOR RENT Large barn, suitable for
team, or can be used for garage, at
1127 Second avenue. Phone 122u-K-
FOK RENT suits of two office rooms
with steam heat, over Math's confec
tionery; cheap rut Apply to Mr.
Kreli or Mr. Math. city.
WANTED Room and board, by girl
attending Brown's Business college,
wishing lo pay for same In service;
is experienced in sewing, housework
or caring for children; services un
selfishly given. Call at Brown's Bus
HENRY QAETHJE Proprietor Chip
pianock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of ail kinds. City store, ISO 7
feecocd avenue. Telephone Ilia.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Messengers at Postal Tele
WANTED At cce, two boys 14 years
of age; light work. ' Call tomorrow,
8 a. m.. at 1523 Fourth avenue.
clerk; steady position. Brady Oro
cery company. 700 Twelfth street.
WANTED Tinner for county seat
town of 1.600 population; steady work
by the year. Address A. J. Rosa,
. Cambridge. 111.
WANTED House carpenters for hard
wood finish work. Apply o E. W.
Robinson. 1454 Richmond street.
Phone west 1165-K.
WANTED Foreman In cutting depart
ment for Mississippi River factory.
Must thoroughly understand his busi
ness. Address "M. E. a" Care Argus.
WANTED Bottled beer driver; perma
nent position to right party; must be
member of local union. Apply Hamm
.brewing comwiny, 2426 Third avenue.
WANTED 100 first class carpenters at
once; winter's work to right men.
Apply to BulldPrs' & Contractors' as
sociation. 67 North Walnut street,
WANTEP Toung men for government
positions, as mall clerks, custom In
spector, etc.; salary $50 up . Address
Civil Service School, 36 McManus
WANTED A man to build a tea and
coffee route; one with a large busi
ness acquaintance. Address the At
lantic it Pacific Tea company, 125
West Second street, Davenport.
WANTED General agent for health
and accident insurance company; only
experienced men need apply. Agency
lpartment. Banker. Union, 12th
floor. Stock Exchange building, Chi
WANTED A first olaes man who thor
oughly understands manufacturing of
white marble table oil cloth. Address
by letter, giving experience. G. H.
AValker & Co.. 807 North Fourth
street, St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED First class barber; will pay
S16. half over 125 to start; hotel shop;
no Sunday work; union; must come at
once; if you can't deliver, please stay
off. W. C. SpiegeL Colonial Hotel
barber shop, Monmouth, I1L
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
good barbers make good money and
make it easy; we make good bar
bers; our course enables you to dou
ble your salary In few weeks; cata
logue fre. Moler Barber college,
WANTED If you think you can sell a
high class article, both in city and
county, get in touch with us as soon
as possible; we have a money making
proposition for good salesmen. Just
rite Vacuum Cleaner company, Bloom
WANTED Men. you can Qualify In few
weeks for positions througn us; no
previous experience necessary; learn
the barber trade; see the want col
umns for the barbers needed; top
wages; tools given. Write Moler
Barber college, Chicago, I1L
WANTED Able bodied men for the
L. S. marine corps, between the ages
of 19 and 35; must be native born or
have first papers; monthly pay $15 to
$tK; additional compensation possi
ble; food, clothing, quarters and med
ical attendance free; after 30 years'
service can retire with 75 per cent of
pay and allowances; service on board
ship and ashore in all parts of the
world. Apply at U. S. Marine Corps
recruiting office, State Bank building.
Rock Island, 111.
WANTED FEMALE HELP,
WANTED Dininsr room girl "at George
. Nettleton's, 3021 Fifth street. Phono
WANTED A competent cook; apply to
Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen, 702 Twentieth
WANTED Girl to ' do general house
work. Apply at once, 273$ v Sixth
WANTED Girl to do general house"
work at 120 Eighth avenue. Old
phone west 4 il 6-X.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; no washing; at 1102 Twenty
first street. Phone west S2S.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework at tioS Twentieth
Btreet. Call between 6 and 7 p. in.
WANTED Girls Is years or over to
learn operating; A 1 reference re
quired. Appiy to manager of Central
Cuion Telephone company.
WANTED Refined elderly lady, be
tween 40 and uO years of age, for
companion; no work; a good home
for some one. Write for puriiuulars,
'X. loo," care Argus.
WAX rED MiaCliJLLANl&OUS
WANTED Boarders and roomers at
tiH '1 wenty-iourtn street.
WANTED A big job cutting corn, at
once. Adurcss "uO 1.," euro Argus.
WANTED To rent, a modern five or
l--room nouse or flat ; Old phone
west 1.2, or north 4085-Lt.
WANTED To rent, four or live-room
modern flat, about Sept. 16 or Oct. 1.
AUdress "ii. It.," cure Aigus.
WANTED To rent, modern tight-room
.house, west oi central part of city.
Aduress "P. D. J.," care Aigus.
WANTED Six people for room and
board; large modern rooms; nve min
utes' waiK from Harper House. In
quire at Z20t Seventu avenue.
WANTED To buy, small farm of 20
to 4o acres; preferably unimproved
and near lii-ciiies; terms casu. Ad
dress "rarm Buyer," care Argus.
WANTED To buy, furniture and stove
ot ail kinds; will nay highest market
prices tor aeconii nand gooas. li.mff
oecuiui itaua store, isfr 'a an a avenue,
WANTED To launder. Lacs curtains,
work promptly ctued for and deliv
ered. Mrs. L.uelia TltterinsLon. 144
Fourteenth street Old iuun weal
WANTED Young man student who
wants place to work after school and
baturuuys to pay tor board and
rooms. Write or phon Brown's Bus
WANTED The customers of Joseph
Dee bald to know that on account of
illness be will be pleased to have' all
scissors left at his house for sharp
ening; 515 Second street.
tY ANTED Washings to do at the Col
ored Home tauiiarj, 7i Fourteenth
street; excellent hand work dune; or
ders will receive our prompt atlea-
. Hon. Old phone west 611-X.
W ANTED Small jobs, such as painting
floors, outbuildings, carpenter repairs,
fixing lawns or siaewaias, etc, by the
Lour; prices very reasonable. Address
at once, "1 G.," care Argus.
WANTED To rent, by Nov. 1, a seven
or eight-room house, with a garden
spot; will lease for term; South Kock
Island or ttouth Heights preferred.
Address "H. W- car Argus.
WANTED Team of horses, fiva or six
years old. weight 1,150- or 1.2tH
pounds each: must -be sound and free
from blemish. Address W. E. Keefer,
Z420 Ninth avenue. Phone 110.
WANTED To buy, stoves, furniture,
carpets, rugs, and all kinds of goods
pay more than any other dealer. Tel
ephone west 1688; 152a fiecond ave
WANTED Rev. A. G. Musson would
like to have a few children to teach
with his son. who is 11 years old.
He could take one into bis home as
a weekly boarder. .Address 1717
Eifhib avenue, Molinei
FOR 'SALE CITT PROPERTY
cnD catv T i hnlnpa district
reasonable. Address "Lot," care Ar
FOR SALE At a bargain, four-room
house, and lot. Inquire 1706 Twenty
ninth street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth avenue;
easy terpis. Inquire at residence.
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
easy terms. Inquire Charles TJllemey
er. druggist. 6S4 Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE A seven-room house, with
furnace, gasman d bath: lot 60x29f: a
good chance for somebody; J10J St
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located et MM Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 10 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Two frame dwelling
houses. No. 1322 and 1336 First ave
nue, to be moved oft the premises. Inr
quire A. D. Huesing.
FOR SALE A l-room taousa, nice
location, with all modern conveni
ences; on ear ltn. Inquire at z01
FOR SALE Fine east front lo? on
Twenty-sixth street between Seven
teenth and Eighteenth avenues.
Charles Ullemeyer. druggist.
FOR SALE Five-room house, barn,
chicken house, lot 60x155 feet, cover
ed with fruit; owner leaving town
and wants offer. V. N. Mercer. 1920
Third avenue. Phone west 112.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage on east
front lot, with Urge trees; has water,
gas, furnace, and electric lights; will
sell at bargain, as owner is leaving
city. Address "X. T.. care Argus.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, city
water, sewer. Bras, near Seventh ave
' nue and Thirty-fifth street; $1,600;
$300 cash, balance monthly. V. N.
Mercer, 1920 Third avenue. Phone
FOR SALE Ten -room modern house:
all convenience?; east front: vtear
Long View park and car line; ctvild
easily be made Into two. apartmert. s j
price reasonable. Address "W. L.iJ'
care Argus. t
FOR SALE Lots in South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance in five
years. E. W. Robinson. 1454 .Rich
mond street. Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE Five-room house, 1629
Fourteenth street; lot 40x150; two
blocks from Milan street car; t hree
rooms can be finished upstairs if
needed; price $2,200. Call at the
above number. Cassimer Mragriskl.
FOR SALE At 1608 Fifteenth street,
east front facing long View park,
seven-rcom modern cottage, with bath
and furnace; $3,000; one-half cash,
easy terms for balance; rents for $20
per moith. F. K. Rhoads, 100 Rob
FOR SALE For $1,600: eight-room
house, in good condition; gas, city
water, good cellar, shade trees, and
fine yard; lot 42x170; rents $20; $800
down, balance on easy payments; a
bargain if taken at once. Inquire
1000 Seventh avenue.
FOR SAIF. A five-room cottage, with
go., electric !ights. lurnace, city wa
ter, and a Nc 1 driven well; cement
v.ilk-i around pliict; two rows of
l)iarinfT gr.ipc lr,es; cheap if taken
at once; party leaving city; 1436
Fourteen t.'i-ur.l-a -half street.
FOP SALE Lota on Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth and Eigh
teenth avenues; cement walks; easy
walking distance of west end factor
ies; term i, small payment down, bal
ance on your own terms. Inquire of
J. G. Scheuerman. 17u0 Sixth street
FOR SALE Sixty-one residence lots
in Island View Heights and vicinity;,
this new addition is one of the best
ever offered for sale in the city of
Kock Island; good air, tine river
view, water, sewer, gas. and paving;
attractive terms to "'home builders;"
a fine Investment; present prices will
advance Oct- 1. C S. Mc Daniel, 502
Safety building. Phone west 8oO.
FOR ALE LAXD9
FOR SALE An 80-acre farm, near Sll
vls; a, bargain. Keldy Bros.
FOR SALE 190 acres land; fine Im
provements; near Taylor Kidge; a
bargain. Keidy Bros.
FOR'SALE A well improved 120-acre
larm, six miles west of Andalusia.
For particulars see F. J. Schave, the
,-iruer, on premises.
FOR SALE Improved delta land farms,
$10 to $25 per acre; buy southern al
luvial lauds; direet at wholesale. The
Realty 6z Investment company, Ltd.,
t30 Gravier street. New Orleans.
FOil SALE You ctin laugh at the high
cost of living when you oWn a truck
or fruit farm where crop production
is a certainty; investigate; southern
Alabama. W. O'Ncil, rooui 414 Safe
FOK SALE 160-aore farm, about sev
en miles from Milan; the buildings
are only fair, but it has some fine
land cm it and tne pasture is excep
tionally good; you can buy the farm
for JloO an acre. H. K. Walker,
FOK SALE Several Improved farms in
Worth county, Iowa. These farms are
level, black soil; none more than
four miles from railroad. Prices
ranging from $70 to ii0 per acre.
These farms are all bargains. Wil
liam Jennings. Kock island house.
FLEAS ENT F. COX Real Estate and
insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
lire companies represented. Your pat
ronage s-illclted. Phones west 22, and
new 6172. Office at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and piale glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor,
Safety building. Office phone west
!!i6. Residence phone 726-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, ad
ministrators', gaurdians'. trustees' or
any kind of juaiclal bonds; lodges and
society officers; city, state or U. ti.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; lo fact, any kind of
bond you want (except bail bonds .
Terms reasonable. Hayes i Cleve
land, resident managers. Fidelity 4c
Deposit company of Maryland.
W ANThiL) A w "Tiil nTeTto7 .
Join me In forming small company to
(arm 100 acres of best irrigated land
In Texas near San Antonio. Land will
produue $40 or more clear profit per
acre yearly. Owner will accept Ar
tlon of tne crops for half of purchas
price of land. Excellent chance for
safe and profitable investment. Full
Information furnished. Address K. T.
Burge, general delivery, jwansaa City,
ABSTRtCTS Or TITLE.
AHSTRACT8 of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable ratea
Kock Island Title $c Abstract com
pany; J. J .Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-20$. second
floor. Peoples National bank build
in. MULTIPLES ELECTROLYSIS.
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYBli; Superflu
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one to six
needles; four to six hours' work in
one with six; treatments given at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
drees Miss A. M. Kittridge, Flat 1.
Argyle Flats, Brady street. Daren-
t, via BSOM ULZ,
Notice of PebllcttJom.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit of the state of Illinois,
held In and for the county of Rock Is
land. To the September term, A. D.
1911. No. 6602. In Chancery. Bill to
Annul Marriage. .
John Craig, complainant, vs. Charlotte
Maude Craig, defendant.
Affidavit of the non-residence of the
above named defendant, Charlotte Maude
Craig, having been filed In-the above
entitled cause, in the clerk's office of the
circuit court of said county, notice la
therefore hereby given to the ssid non
resident defendant that the complainant
filed his bill of complaint in said court,
on the chancery side thereof, on the
7th day of August. 1911. and that
thereupon a summons in chancery in
said cause' Issued out of said court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, re
turnable on the third Monday in the
month of September next, as is by law
required. Now. unless you. the safd non-resident
defendsnt above named' shall per
sonally be and appear before said cir
cuit court, on the first day of the next
term thereof, to be holdeo at Rock Is
land. In and for said county, on the third
Monday in September. 1911. next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same
and 'e matters and things therein
charged aC -fated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island. I1L. Aug. 7, 1911.
John K. Scott, complainant's solicitor.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Cheap, cook stove; Inquire
at 11 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE New Smith-Premier type
writer No. 10, at half price. Call west
FOR SALE Three hoj-ses: Inquire of
Fred Strayer, Strayer's Crossing,
South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Jewel hard coal heating
stove, almost new. Inquire at 1020
, Twenty-third street.
FOR SALE A rubber tired buggy, set
of single harness and saddle. Inquire
at 1230 Fourteith-and-a-half street.
FOR SALE Very cheap if taken st
once, a rubber tired stanhope. In
quire John Stuhr, 1612 Third ave
nue. FOR SALE The beautiful gold coin
strain Uuft Orpingtons; eggs and day
old chicks: catalogue free. J. IL Jo
seph, Sears. 111.
FOR SALE A seven-psssenrer Packard
car, recently overhauled and painted;
fine condition. Inquire Henry Voll-
mer, 723 Brady street. Davenport,
FOR SALE Black driving horse, six
years old, sound and city broke:
weight 1.150 pounds. Inquire 1227
Fourteenth street. Phone west 1305.
FOR SALE Or trade, five-passenger
Bulck auto, all complete, top unl
giass. model F; just been overhauled,
in good siiapo. Address F. Benson,
Plut Gt,s, Iowa.
FOR SALE Counters and shelving,
suitable for grocery, dry goods' or
general store; at 229 Fifth avenue.
inquire Hudson & Collins, First ave
nue and Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE One more Ford, in dandy
shape, 5-passenger touring car, 24 horsi
power, modern T '1910, good as new;
will sell at bargain If taken at otice.
Call at 219 Twentieth street, or phone
FOR SALE At factory prices, 20,000
rolls of wall paper. 10.000 feet of
moulding, beading, plate rails, etc.,
brushes, paints, and everything in
the store must be closed out by Oct.
1. P. J. Lee. 1314 Third avenue.
FOR SALE A well equipped village
blacksmitk and wagon maker outfit;
building convenient and rents very
reasonable; good trade for prosperous
farming community. Reply soon to
"W. J. 3U," care Argus.
FOR SALE A full assortment of Job
and book type, paper cutter and cab
inets, and other equipmeut suitable
for a Job printing office or weekly or
monthly newspaper or journal; price
very reasonable Address "X. L. S4,"
FOR SALE One American hot water
heater for 1,650 feet radiation; sev
eral gasoline engines from 1 Va to 45
horse power; these are all In Al or
der, nearly new; will sell for leas
than half price. Address J. F. Schulz,
100 West Madison street, Chicugo,
FOR SALE The furniture in 40 newly
-furnished bedrooms and the restaur
ant furniture in the Maucker hotel,
corner Sixteenth street and Fuurtn
avenue. The place is for rent tor a
term of years and Is a good money
maker. Inquire of W. C. Maucker, uo i
torneyu-at-law. Otiice iu Ruck island
National bank build. ng.
SEARLE ex. MARSHALL - Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Kooin.-i and 303, .safety
buiidui,?, Kock Island. HI.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business, col Duration,
probate and real estate law; 311 Peo
ple's liana building. Plione. west 24.
WALKER. INGRAM Hi SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to louu on real estate. Rooms 200
2o3, people s National bank building.
McENllt Y cu McUNlRY Attoi lieys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell cfc. Lynde, bankers. Oiiice, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
M I SC ELLA X ECU'S.
LET Fross do your painting, varnish
ing, decorating, and paper hanging;
prices rlgnt, work guaranteed; an es
timate will coat you nothing; 2521
bixtn avenue. ,
PAINTING done by the Job or day;
wall paper cleaned. 75 cents a room
and up; work guaranteed. Notify 11.
Hedrick Wall Paper Cleaning com
pany, i41' Twentieth street.
IF VOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, engage heip or secure
a situation, the Mail and Journal is
the only paper in Moline that can do
it for you. Mall and Journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants bring results. One-ralf cent
per word U the price to all alike,
cash in advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mail and
J c arnal. Molina. 111.
MOSEY TO LOAN.
MONET to loan on real estate: call be
twten 6 and 7 p. in. at bt3 Fifteenth
LOANS on furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons, etc, quickly, -privately, at the
lowest rates. Mutual Loan company
(unlnc), room 411, people's aNtional
bank building. New phone 5109; old
phone west 121.
GET IT NOW
A loan on. your personal note. Get
out of that tight place.
We loan honest working people
without security or indorser.
Par your debts witb our money.
Call, writer or phone
CITIZENS' LOAN CO
Room 6, McKinrxie blk Phone East
1187. 15th St. and 4th Ave., iloline
TRt? LODa1E' NO- A. F. & A. M.
Meets tn state! communication
Jthe first Thursday of each
fr tnontl at 7.$0 p. m. By order
of Carlton O. Taylor. W. M.; William
B. pettlt. secretary.
Streckfus Steamboat Line
DIAMOND JO LIXE
St. Pa a I, 9t. Loots and New Orleans.
Largest and finest passenger steamen
on the Mississippi river, (service first
Steamer St. Paul, due to Wve Rock
Island for St, Louis, Mo., at 7 a. m. on
Oar St. Lout to Jfnr Orlenna irrvlrr
opens with steamer tjuincy Sept. 14. A
14-day trip with stops at points of In
terest. For rates and Jnfomatlnn address C.
J. Mangan, agnt. Rock Islard.
Office, foot of Nineteenth street. Bell
phone west 326.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Regular freight and passenger serv
ice between Kock Island and Qulney,
For Moacatloe sad Borllegtoa, Iowa,
aad Way Potafa.
Steamer Helen F.lalr leaves Rock Is
land every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 4 p.m. Close connection mad
at Burlington for Keokuk. Iowa, and
Quincy. I1L R.und trip fares, including
meals and berth, to Burlington. $4; to
Keokuk, $6-50; to Quincy. ti.
Sunday Aflrnoon Trip to Muscat!
Steamer Helen Blair leaves every Sun
day at 3 p. m. for Muscatine snd re
turns at 10:30 p. m. Hound trip 51
cents. Supper served on board the boat.
For rates and information npply to
RALPH W. LA MONT. Agent,
T)nck. f i XI f n f VinAlpcnlh itropL 12ac.1t
Island, 111. Phones west lad and west
Notice of Pubttratioa.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of tne Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit of the State of Illinois,
held In and for the County of Rock Is
land. To the September term. A. D.
1911. No. C404. Hill tor Divorce.
Elsie Tubbs. complainant, vs. Law
rence. Tubbs, defendant.
Affidavit of Iioii-rest-ieni-e of the above
named defendant, Lawrence Tubbs, hav
ing been hied In tl. ubov- entitled
cause in th clerk's office; of thi circuit
court of said county, notice Is therefore
hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant filed her
bill of complaint in said court, on th
chancery side thereof on the 16th day
of November, A. 1). 1U10. and tnat there
upon a summons In chancery in salt
cause issued out of said court, wherein
said suit is now pending, returnable on
the third Monday in the month of Sep
tember next, as is by law required.
Now, unless you. tno said non-resident
defendant above named, shall per
sonally be and appear before said cir
cuit court, on the first day of the next
term thereof, to be holden at Rock Is
land, In and for said county, on the
third Monday in September, 1911, next,
and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's lull of complaint, th same
and the matterc and things therein
charged and stated will bo taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered aarainst yoa
according to the pryer of said bllL
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Aug. C. 1911.
John K. Scott, complainant's solicitor.
Notice of Sale of Real Katate ky
In tho United States district court of
the Southern district of Iowa, Haven
In the, matter of Anton G. Folkers In
uy viriuo oi an an ortier ot waio miun
by Ralph C. Willi.wiison. referee In
bankruptcy. In the above ciititl-d mat
ter directed to the unclersix tied trustee,
I will on the 25th d.iy of September,
A. D. lll, offer for sale ut public auc
tion to the lityhest bidder the! following
described rc-a I stale, to-wil:'
The southeast quarter U ) of section
fifteen (15), and the north u ilf ( ) of
the northeast quarter , ' ) f section
twenty-two t2J, mid the north one-half
(Ms) of the north west quarter t of
section twenty-three i 2.; I. all in town
ship twenty 20. nortn raiii! two (2),
east of the fourth lith) I'. M.;wlth
good improveii:- lit ii'i l ;!! fenced.
The terms of sale v. ill be nsh. a
flx-d by order of emit salo to
takes p!ee on the u l.o , '. h -mim'I pr'Hn
ise"jc, which is live ll'lllel outficnst of
AlhMtiv tri Hi), k Tklr.rifl poulil f IlUnrttw
at the hour of t o , lock p. m. of itald
day; when and w'mi.-, ile n 1 1 nd-ince
will be. given by the i;ri'ier.-i.t:i"l. The
trustee reserves tie right to withdraw
said property fruri sal-; iiiin-ss it Khali
bri'iK 70 pr cent of to- appraiser!
value. C. B. .MAC'JI IS.
Tl lll! c, I . O'l , I o . ,l.
Lyons, Iowa: dated Au-. Z.. 1911.
W. II. Child! and F. L. Ilolicran, at
torneys. Lyons, lowi.
.Notice of Puulu-uUuau
fitato of Illinois, liof-k 1-iHiid Coun
In the Circuit Court ol .aid county.
September term, ,1'Jl 1. Ju Ciiancery.
The lieimlng Brewing Company vs.
John 'Kay and Jviini'j ivay.
AlfiUavit of i,on-reHin. me) -of John
Kay anl Jennl'i Kay, thu .hovo defend
ants, having ueeit Illi U in li.o cu rk
Olfioo in thei circuit couit of haid conn
ty, notice is tliti etoro f.i-n hy given to
tne said noii-resl'lent (Je I endaiit a John
Kay and Je-niile Ka, that tne complain
ant 'tiled lilt bill of coin viMinl in sall
court, on tin; chancery side thereof, on
the elgnth day of No vein her, i'j!, and
that tnereupon a s'lnwuoiiH lsii.-ii out of
said court, returnable on li.') first Mon
day In January', A. 1 . i'.tl'i, of said
court, as was by law required, and th.it
on the. 10th day of August, A. L. Hill,
an alias summons was i.,ucd out of
said court, returnable, .to the third Mon
day in September, A. l. lull, of said
court, as is by law reejaireu, wherein
said suit Is ii'vv pending. ,
Now, ufilexs you. ttie said non-reel-dent
defendant:! above i.airtcd, John
Kay and Jtimie Kay, fh:ul personally
be and appear before aa-u ircmi court,
on tne first day of the5 not term there
of, to be holden in I'.ocK i 'land, in and
for said county, on the third Monday in
September next, and piead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and tne matters
and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as C'.hIk.' J, arid a de
cree entered agalnut you, and each of
you, according to the prayer of said
Dated at Itock Inland, III., this lHo
day of August. 1811.
GEOP.OE V. GAMBLE, Clerk.
McEniry 4c. McEnlry, complainant's
COMKinnill AMU BtlLUEHI,
Contractor and Builder.
1154 lUdunond btreet,
Kjk inland, ill.
Phone West liti-S-K.
Jcfa Vlk & Co,
Manufacturers of Bash. Doors. Blind
and Btalrs. Interior bmaa of all kinds
Hardwood Veneer Flooring, and deal
rs la Glei.a III and 121 El-hteenU