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THE ROCK ISCAXD ARGUS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1911.
fOR RETT ROOXS
FOR RENT Moilrn furnished rooms
at 1 12 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Four modern unfurnished
rooms at 523 Ninth street.
ro3.JlEN"T Three unfurnished rooms,
with gas; 1213 Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT A large modern furnish
ed room at 201g Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 30? Third street.
FOR RENT Large room: all modern
conveniences: 1218 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 62 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 1S25 Fourth arenue.
FOR RENT Two famished rooms for
light housekeeping; 600 Twentieth
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for light housekeeping at 1301 Second
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room at ltU Sixth avenue. Old phone
FOR RENT Modem furnished front
room, with use of phone, at 1417
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping and sleeping rooms at 21SH
FOR RENT Modern famished rooms:
also light housekeeping rooms; at
282 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Three modern fnrnlsh'd
rooms -for light housekeeping at 60S
FOR RENT Furnished room with mod
ern conveniences and steam heat at
1807 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 315
FOR RENT Nicely fvirnishfcd room in
modern home: location central; at
1230 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Famished rooms for liK;t
housekeeping: loundry privileges; at
627 Sevententh street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
with board, suitable for two ladie.
at J015 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT A modern furnished room;
gentlemen preferred; rfrencs re
quired. Call at 1207 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modem furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping, at
1101 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOR RENT Rooms for (light house
keeping, with heat, bath and use of
phone. Apply at 2312 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room for llht
housekeeping; gas. hath and furnace;
newly papered, at 2718 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
suitable for one or two gentlemen,
on par lin at S37 Twenty-first treet.
FOR RENT Nicely furnlshe.l rooms,
d"wn stairs; rent ll.'.O to permanent
roomer. Inquire 1121 Twelfth ave
nue. FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
with ufe of l.ath ond ph'me, at 711
Twenty-ninth street. Old phone west
For: KENT One large furnished front
room, with boitrd; price reasonable:
at 1127 Second avenue. Phone wet
For RENT On large and one small
ni"deri furtiiched rooms; nl.o barn
suitable for auto. Inquire f'llj Twcn-tv-ueeond
FOR RENT Modern furnished room.
Willi board. KTiilatile for one or two
gentlemen, at .21 Twentieth street. '
i'!i'ne west 7i:i-..
A well furnished single
room, all nvxb rn invenlences. walk
ing distance I ! om business center;
T went y-t h Ir.t street.
FOR RENT-- large furnished room.
suiTuMe tor ,n or two gentlemen; all
modern c n v n i-TH s : use of phone;
at 72." Ninettefith street.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, on iirst tloor. and
two on second floor, at !.l." Twenty
second street. Old phone west 1724-Y.
FOR RENT Ni'-eiy furnished modern
front room In private family of two,
for ernllcmin: us- of telei.hone : ref
erences exchanged ; 1220 Thu d ave-I
n ue. j
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room iti family of two. icr g'TiM"
men; two blo.-Ks from co.ut h'.u.-e,
rent reasonable; i of t rt Iices. AdJrt ss
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, with sewer, wa
ter and gas. Inquire for Mrs. Vale,
between and 1" a. m, at 7t5 Fouttli
avenue. Oid phone west o!2-X.
Full RENT One modern furnished
loom cheap, to woman or girl of good
reference, who will lake cure of ciiii
(lon odd evenings. Inquire llu9
Fourteenth-and-a-half street, city.
FOR RENT--A nicely furnished room,
S"iuh bav. hot and cold water lava
tory in room, elwctrie light, instan
taneous heater for bulb, phone, and
eery modern convi i.b :ice . 1:2 Siv-
illt een til st I ft.
I'DK KENT HOOKS
KENT Two- r o. n house ;
1 oui t-'ciilh avenue.
F 'it RENT Six-room cottag"; inquire'
1. r.iri'lou. ..:!) Heights grocery. j
1'i'K RENT - Six -room modern house at!
14J" S.M.e'ith ae:i,jc. Impure at j
.am Th . 1: t h si rect.
I "i !; RENT Three -room
T A1 ' v -s. . old -i re, i.
! r. t - second -1 r l.
1 r. q u i r
KENT Four-room house; city
it and g.s. at 's Eighth ae
I:..j'.:ii. 4 121 Seventh avenu"
l' 'R KEN 1" -Houses
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R- . U Island.
inquire at W'il-
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sl.e.i vix-l'ooiu house. en
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1" K RENT S. vet -room m(l'T!i house,
a. so i-h t -room collide, on Eleventh
ar.:ic. Inquire 1227 Twelfth street.
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FOU KENT F1.A1
1 i ' : i ' NT - El vp-room flat, al! mod- ;
..... t 1211 Fift:i-and-a-ha:f ;
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WHY- WILL A MAM WALK
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SAVE 5 CENTS
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TMEU -STENX TEN CSfcTS
FOR A CIGAR -9
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WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Married men; will loan you
any amount of money you need.
Phone west S14.
WANTED 100 laborers for paving
work at Fourth avenue and Thirty
fourth street. Mollne.
WANTED TMrty laborers, at once: Is
land City Employment Agency, room
40. State Bank building.
WANTED Young- men to travel; sal
ary and expennes; experience unnec
essary. Call at U15 Fifteenth ftreet.
WANTED A man to dig out part of
cellar, by the job. 'all after 6 p. m.
or Sunday at 1415 Fourteenth-and-a-half
WANTED Agents to sell silver em
bossed fountain pen, worth $4.50;
$1.10 prepaid. Lock Box 1-3, New
WANTED Trustworthy people to trav
el and distribute samples for big
wholesale house; i2o weekly and ex
penses. C. 1L Emery, 176 X. Chicago,
WANTED Representatives to travel
and distribute ban, pics for big manu
facturer; steady work; $10i monWily
and expanses. S. Scheffer, 76 T, Chi
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; thousands have become success
ful shop owners by our .system and
send to us for barbers; learu now and
accept a job that pays well. Moler
Berber college. Chicago, 111.
WANTED Salesmen making small
towns to see wh.it we have for ,i
pocket side line; something n--w.
snappy and catchy; quick shipment?
an.i prompt commissions; write for
ordr book today; state territory cov
ered. 11. 1 ahiie. sales manager,
siigel street, Chicago, 111.
WANTED Able bodied men for the
I. S. marine corps, between the ag-s
of l'j and 25; must lie native born or
have flr.-t papers; monthly pay $15 to
$6y; additional compensation possi
ble; lood, clothing, quarters and med
ical attendance tree; 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 I". S. Marine Corps
recruiting onice. State Bank building.
Rock jsland. ill.
WANTED Able bodied men for the I.
S. marine corps, between the ages of
1H and 35; must be native born or
have first papers, monthly pay fl'. to
$ba; additional compensation possi
ble; food, clotn.ng. quarters and med
ical attendance li'ce. alter 20 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 1". S Marine Corps
Recruiting ottiee. State Hank build
ing. Rock Island.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WAXTEli Girl to do general house
work at 22b Sixteenth streeU
WANTED tJirl to do general house
work In a small family. Ml Twenty-tir.-l
WANTED A c'nin knt maid in fam
ily of three auu.ls. In.;, .lit after 5
p. m. at loot i a eiity-ihn d street.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework. Appiy lo E. L
Kerns, 642 Fifteenth street, Moilne.
Phone east 15ti.
WANTED o;r.i i ten t girl to do gen
eral housework: g-eni wages. Call at
!-u7 West J'hii'i Vireei. Davenpoi t. i
Iowa. Phone- i. .it:. 1.04-V. ,
WANTED Girls is years or over to
learn operating; A 1 reference re
quired. Apply to manager ul Centra;
L :uon Telephone company.
WANTED Lady to travel in Illinois, j
good pay and ttiiiur-maue suit in :oj .
days, experie:. - unnecessary; can-:
ilies. soaps and grocery specialties, i
Mc Brady .V Co.. Cmeago. 1
WANTED Lady canvassers; our fa
mous rhit;o pe!ii(o,its. insure good
immediate incomes lo capable wo
rn, n. sli on r..k.i.i. prompt r. plv pro
iuies exd..sic t rrilorj . S, tlnuii &
Co.. Chicago. Hi.
WANTED A i E N T . .
WANTED Agents to sell silver em-
to.-..-td toui.taiu fen. worth $4.jJ;
! 1i prepaid. Lo k Box 123, -New
WANTED To rent, four or five-room
modern house. Send lh Zorrr.at ion to
coui.ty court reporter, court house.
WANTED To rent, a small house, by
o;i"g couple, wlti.ui walking dis- :
tan 1" WooUina.i othct-; modern
. ..r. . nienees .-...i Lrve-sSiry. i'lione
west 1222-1 !
WANTED About tluee ur.f urnished ;
mod, r:i rooms for light housekeep
ing. 1- R M.t.'e-. olli' Wooiwert:i oe
and i "' Store, cll.
ANTET To rent, by couple without
i t.iieiren, two or triee unf urnish-.tJ
rooms, centra'iy 1 . ated. for unt
ioMisekeei.;t:g ; niod-ru preferred. : . :
erences exchanged Aldress A.."
. are A I g .is.
i'Oli ItENT Mi.HtLI.AMiOlS
FOR RENT In Robinson budding- well
ligiited offices, all conveniences, ln-ciudi-ig
elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice su.te with large pri
vate vault. Appiy room luu. F. Jv
HR P.EN'T Large barn; 121S Second
FOR RENT A "tore, v.-.t h living rooms
In rea. Call old r ,ene west 1164-K.:
:ir 1022 Twtlflb avenue, j
in 'lei. Wit) P
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1 cnrJ.-n ,
i.-e. Ue-. k j
f. ll e'. ".
VMHY-VslLU TH$ FEllOVl
TRY TO LEAP A SOCIETY
whcn he should be
leaping clown in a
WANTED Dressmaking:, at 711 Twenty-ninth
WANTED Boarders and roomers In
modern home. Inquire 809 Forty-second
WANTED Roomers and boarders. In a
modern home; gentlemen preferred;
at S21 Twentieth street. Pnone west
WANTED Washing at 1419 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue: colored home laundry.
Old phone west 72$, ring X. Mrs.
WANTED Washing and houseclean
lng by the day. good work guaran
teed. Drop a card to Mrs. A. Miller,
311 Tenth street.
WANTED Stoves to clean, repair and
set up; neat, reliable work guaran
teed; get our prices; 524 Twenty-second
street. Phone 694-U.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains:
work promptly called foi and deliv
ered. Mrs. Luella Tit terlngton. 1444
Fourteenth street. Old phone west
WANTED Students in elocution and
physical culture, by the Misses I.an
dahl. graduates of Northwestern uni
versitv. For rates call 2209 Seventh
avenue. Phone 1429-U.
! WANTED Position by experienced
' lady stenographer and bookkeeper.
I "S. Ti.," 2J13 Fourth avenue. Rock
WANTED Situation by an experienced
fireman: references furnished. Jacob
Kleinner. l''i?,x West Fifth street,
WANTED Position by middle aged
woman as housekeeper; references
furnished. Call or address 1321 Thirty-ninth
WANTED A position as night watch
man, by a reliable man; references if
required. Inquire of John Mills. 2215
Fifth avenue. Phone west 1759-Y.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Uold cuff button; monogram
"L. F." on SHme. Return to 32
Twentieth street for reward.
LOST An opal stickpin on Seventeenth
street, between Ninth and Second ave
nues. Return to Argus for reward.
LOST Fox terrier, brown spot over
eye. brown ear, brown spot on back.
Reward for return to 725 Nineteenth
LOST At Empire theatre, Wednesday
evening, a lady's gold watcii, with
M. Y. A. fob. Return to Argus office
LOST Will party who took the bull
terrier pup 1 rom barn at nil Fif
teenth street, return same? No ques
LOST On Tenth avenue, between Sev
enteenth iind Nineteenth, streets, a
crescent breastpin set with pearls.
Return to Thomas Drug company for
FOL'ND A small bay colt; owner may
have ;t by notifying William iieide
man. b Iwi'i'u Niiiin.aud Aiken streets.
South Rock l.-:!aud ill. Old phone
west 4 5.
LOST Sunday evening, a long gold bar
pin, between Seventh and fourteenth
avenues on Twelfth street. Finder
return to Nii.ili's market. ti23 Twelfth
street, and receive reward.
Tim ailay afternoon, between
street :.:id Eight!) avenue and
Tnii te .'ht u street and Seventh ave
nue, u pair of rimless spectacles, in a
Kams. r case. Reward if returned to
'.is Ninth sU"vl.
CHICAGO Mm opening distributing of
hce desires competent executive; will
allow JIj'I moiitnly and extra cum
mission; permanent; $5oo deposit re
qmred. Uer.eial Manager, Dipl. A 2o,
j-i West Huron street, Chicago.
WAN 1 ED A lew small investors to
join tue in forming small company to
farm luu acres oi oest lrrigaiea land
in Texas near San Antonio. Land will
produeiv $4ou or more clear prunt per
acre ytariy. Owner wjil accept por
tion of me crops for half of purcnas.;
price of land. Excellent chance tor
safe and profitable investment. Cull
Information lurnlsbed. Address R. T.
Buige. general delivery, Kansas City,
PLEAS EN T F. COX Real Estate and
insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
Sire companies represented, l our pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 22. and
new 5172. otiice at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Firs,
life, accident, health and plate glass;
real estate and leans. Second floor,
Safety building. office pboce west
t-i'i. Residence phone 72t-K Open
Wednesday and Saturdajr evenings.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, ad
ministrators', gaurdians'. trustees' or
any bind of Jaaiclai bonds; lodges and
society offlcers; city, state or U. S.
goverumect orhclals. contractora po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you wait (except bail bonds.
Terms reasonable. Layes & Cleve
land, resident managers. Fidelity A
DpoSit company of Maryland.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Cbip
p. a nock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of ail kinds, city store, lau.
b.-oiii.ii aver. Ufa- leiecnono lllu.
AE'TIMITS OF Tm-JBi.
Airs T RAC1 S of title prepared or con
tinued to date euvtrii.g any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable ratea
Roc Island Title tc Abstract com
pany; J. J .Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 260-203, second
r: oo r. Peoples National bank Duiul-lnT.
0 A HOUSE OF tSoo
WORTH OF S 1 LVE RWAK iT
THEN KICK BECAUSE
someone steal his
I LOST MY
FOR S.4XB MHCKLLMTEOtS
FOR SALE Water motor In good con
dition, at 1825 Second avenue.
FOR SALE Cook stove, as good as
new. Inquire 4430 Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE A $60 hard coal stove for
$20. Call 610 Thirteenth av.enue, city.
FOR SALE Cheap, a Schiller piano;
oak case. Call old phone west 6S3-K.
FOR SALE Two good draft horses.
Hammond Packing company, 2325
FOR SALE Two second hand safes,
almost new. Inquire M. Duffy, 1813
FOR SALE Paying business for $175
cash if sold in five days; will Invoice
$500. Call west 1752-X.
FOR SALE Smith-Premier typewriter
No. 2, in fine condition, cheap. Ad
dress "C," care Argus.
FOR SALE A Buck range ,ice box. din
ing table, and complete bedroom set,
at 1510 Twenty-sixth street.
FOR SALE At a discount, a block of
Young A: McCombs Cooperative Store
stock. Address '"W.." care Argus.
I FOR SALE: Gold Coin strain of Buff
i Orpingtons, eld and young, at a dis
count, inquire J. B. Joseph, Sears.
FOR SALE Or exchaffge. Maxwell run
about in good condition. Call at 715
Fifteenth street, or phone west 660-Y.
FOR SALE Second hand hot air fur
nace, suitable for six or seven-room
house. T. M. Cooke, 1130 Twentieth
st rer t.
FOR SALE Barn 18x12. built last
spring. Inquire M. Thompson. Elev
enth and Brashar streets. South Rock
FOR SALE Cigar and confectionery
store; b-st location in tri-cities; do
ing good business. Address "W. O.,"
FOIi SALE Nearly new Jewel hard coal
stove, only burned four tons; price
$30; 1020 Twenty-third street. Old
FOR SALE Cabin boat; two big hard
wood finished rooms 12x14; good
shape. Call at cabin boat south of
oil cloth factory.
FOR SALE ("heap, an upright piano;
oak case; good as new. Inquire For
tieth street, second house south of
FOR SALE Sewing machine, small ta
ble, kitchen table, heating stove, rock
er, large go-cart, bed, and dresser, at
1020 Fourteenth street.
FOR SALE First class pointer pup,
ready to train this tail; also Stevens
double barreled shotgun, cheap. Ad
dress "D. It.,'' care Argus.
FOR SALE Motor boat; 20-foot; two
cylinder engine; all in good running
order; $y5. Address "R. E. S.," !lo
Harrison street, Davenport.
FOR SALE Two good family cow;
one has calf two weeks old. Inquire
W. S. Hill, 425 Hendricks street, South
Rock Island. Pnone 1735-X.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a 1911 Hal
laday live-passenger car. M. 11.
Wilcher, Wiichers garage, 151G
Fourth avenue. Phone west 394.
FOR SALE White Wyandottes; a few
line pullets and cockerels; also one
trained beagle hound, a good one.
H. G. Spiiznas. T wtnty-foui in street,
SoiHh Kock Island.
FOR SALE Or trade, moving picture
show or moving picture outiii, com
plete; must sell; owner leaving city;
price very cheap tf taken al once.
Phone west 1220-K.
FOR SALE Winter apples; come and
pick them yourself, at 65 cents per
bushel; I will deliver them. George
Glockhoff. Biasnar street. South Rock
Island. Phone SU9-X.
FOR SALE Sweet fresh apple cider;
can ship it the same day it is made;
orders taken for 10 gallons and up;
122 cents per gallon. A ddress Charles
11. Hatnann. Geneseo. I1L
FOR SALE Motorcycle; twin-cylinder.
Thor VI.; perfect condition; Bosch
magneto; nearly half price; will dem
onstrate. Address 1419 Twelfth
street, Moline, HI. Phone east 219 or
FOR SALE A Columbus electric auto
mobile, first class condition, newly
painted, etc.; two bodies, coupe arid
victoria; charging outfit included in
deal. Apply Ben J. Kougii, care
Deere & Co., Moline, 111.
PROFESSION AV- ATTORNEYS.
tornej-at-iaw. Office in Rock Island
National bank building.
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms 302 and 203, Safety
building. Rock Island. UL
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business; corporation,
probate anil real estate law; ail Peo
ple's Bank building. Phone west S49.
WALKER. INGRAM & SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms 200
203. People s National bank building.
McENlRY & McENIRY Attorneys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
a. 1 RAY Attorney; practice In all
courts; money to lend on good real j
utaic security: advice to ladies free
every Thursday from 1 until a o'clock j
p m. Office 40 c-aieiy ouiiaing. kock
Island. IIL Residence. 312 Fifth
street. Stocks of all kinds bought and
MOEV TO LOAS.
LOANo c. rurmiure, pianos, borses,
wagons, etc, quickly, privately, at the
lowest rates. Mutual Loan company
(uninc). room 411. People's aNtionai
bank building. New nhone 61u; old
phone west 12S.
J to HAvji. THIS 1
WHY- POCS A MAM PAY MO
HEEP TO THE SUFFRA6ETTE
FLA Or His WIFE- -
THEN SUppENLY "BECOwve
VEKVMUCH IN SYFATHY
WITH T "?.
FOR SALE CITT PROPERTY
FOR SALE An oak heater (medium
sized), good as new, at 1215 Eleventh
FOR SALE Fine Second avenue busi
ness property. C. 8. McDanlel, Safety
building; west 950.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth avenue;
easy terms. Inquire at residence.
FOR SALE Lots in South Heights,
easy terms. Inquire Charles TJllemey
er, druggist, 634 Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE Two-room house, and lot;
has cltv water. Inquire at 1510
Twenty-sixth street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE For $2,000, a five-room
house, partly modern; corner lot. near
school and street car; at 1325 Thirty
FOR SALE Fine home on Ninth street;
can be had at bargain price for quick
sale. C. S. McDanlel, Safety build
ing: west 950.
FOR SALE: A seven-room house, with
furnace, gas, and bath: lot 60x292; a
good chance for somebody; 2103 Sev
FOR SALE One of the best business
corners on Third avenue. Rock Is
land. C. S. McDanlel, Safety build
ing; west S50.
FOR SALK At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located at 2726 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Tboon, 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE A IC-room ho jae, in nice
location, with ail mode,- conveni
ences; on car line. Inti : re at 2801
FOR SALE Fine east frv lota cm
Twenty-sixth street betwe.ii Seven
teenth and Eighteenth avenuea.
Charles Ullemeyer, druggist.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage. In good
condition, on lot 60x100; plenty of
grapes and fruit trees; one of the fin
est residence locations; party leaving
city; make an offer. Address "W. V.,"
care Argus. ,
FOR SALE A nice building lot, con
venient to arsenal or Moline, and one
block from school house; one
block from Elm street car line; will
sell at cost if taken soon. Call U33
FOR SALE Good investment; nearly
new 12-room double house; lot 7'ix
ltS; line location; two Mocks from
street car; will net b per cent in-I
tere.st; will sacrifice for cash. Address!
"M. E. 2," care Argus.
At a bargain,
also a lot on
ninth street, between Seventeenth
and Eighteenth avenues. Inquire
17utj Twenty-ninth street.
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 Rlch
me.nd street. Phone west 1165-K.
FOR oALK At 1608 Fifteenth street,
taat front facing Long View pars:,
seven -room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace; id.Ou'J; one-haif cash,
easy terms fur balance; rents for $2u
per month. F. K. V.aouaa, 100 Rob
FOI SALE Lots en Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth ana Eign
leenln avenues; cement walks; easy
walking distance of west end I'd c to r -ies;
letinH, smj.ll payment down, bal
ance on your own terms. Inquire of
J. G. Scheutrinaa, 1700 Sixlu street.
FOR SALE Fifty-four residence
in Island View Heights and vicinity;
this new addition is one of the heel
ever offered lor sale in the city of
Rock island; good air, line river
view, wafer, sewer, gas, and paving;
attractive terms to "home builders,"
a line investment; present prices will
advance Oct. 1. C. H. McDanlel, 002
Safely building. Phone west W50.
FOR "ALE LANDS
FOR SALE An 80-acre farm, near Sll
vis; a bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE 190 acres land; One im
provements; near Taylor Kiuge; a
bargain. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE Eighty acres of land in
isiM iisin. norm eeiilral part. Clark
county; will H ade tor city propei ty.
Address "O. K.," care Argus.
FOII SALE Farm lands; J10.00U yearly
maeie with hogs in this i lunate; neii)
aere-.-i or less elose to Houston, ti'):
railroad, rutin it.(j water, Ki.ell road.
Box :M, South Houston, Texas.
FOP, SALE 180-acre farm, about sev-
tii niliea from Milan; the cuiidlngs
are only lair, but it lias some line .
land on it and the pasture
t.onaliy good; you can buy
tor Jluj an acre. ii- K.
FOIi BALE Several improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa, 'i hese farms are
level, black soil; none more than
tour miles from railroad. Prices
ranging Irom J7u to Jau per acre.
Xiefc larrns are ail bargains. Wil
liam Jennings, Kock ir-la.nu house.
FOR SALE; Or exchange, d':sirable S0
arre unimproved Jarin in the dairy
belt of Wisconsin, three-io jrtl.s miie
to villagre. school, creamery, and rail
road station, will pell on easy terms,
or exchange for small property in
tri-clties. For particulars address
"B. 2 '0,'' care Argus, or apply ZYii
Ninth ftreet. Rock Island.
MASSAGE FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Mrs. E. W. Miller, graduate masseuse; ,
electric vibrator treatments, vapor ;
baths, scientihe body and facial mas- j
ease, therapeutic, lights, spinal treat- ;
merit, ftwtoith movements, ete .Hours I
from l' a. m. to S p. m. Henley bu.ld-
ir.g. suite 12. corner Fourta and Braciy
streets. Lavenport. Iowa.
- . . ;
EXPHK99 ANO S fORACE.
RELIABLE SToRACiE On nrst floor,
also manufacturer of awninxs. tents,
wasjon covers, ttc. Tents fr rent. O.
Rotesltr V Co, ZQ9 FlUttntb street
''''jt? TC .
WHY- CAN A WAH BOSS
DIMMER ON Timf
WHEN- HE CANT BOSS
Estate of William Whltton. deceased.
The undersigned having teen ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of WilHam Whitton, lute of
the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice!
that she will appear before tiie probate
court of Rock Island county, at the
probate court room, in the city of Rock
Island, at the November term, on the
first Monday In November next, at which
time all persons having claims a?a :mt
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 Im
mediate payment lo the undersigned.
Dated this fctli dav of September, A.
D. 1911. MARY WHITTOX.
Clfl'ence J. Schrocder, attorney.
Notice of Final Settlement.
i rftate of George Lamont, deceased.
77ubli notice is hereby given that
the undersigned. B. D. Lamont. admin
istrator of sai.l estate, has tiii? day
tiled his final report and settlement as
such in the probate court of Rock Is
land county, and hearing on said report
has been set for Oe-t. 4. 1911. at i o'clock
a. m., at which time persons interested
may appear and make objections there
to, and if no objections are llled. sail
report will be approved at thai time,
and the undersigned will ask tor an or
der of distribution, and will also ask to
Rock Island, III.. Sept. 7. 1311.
B. D. LAMONT. Administrator.
Walker, Ingram it Sweeney, attor
neys. Executor'. Notice.
Estate of William J. Blade!, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of ihe last will and
testament of William J. Blade, late of
the county of Rock Island, stale of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will appear before lue probate court
of Rock island county, at the probate
court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at the November term, on the first Mon
day in November n?xt, at wuieh time
all persons having claims against said
estate are notuied and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate are no'.itied and requested to
make immediate payment to the under
signed. Hated this 6th day of September, A.
JlAl'ILUA KOEHLER RLADEU
Exec ut ri x.
Rock Island, 111., Sept. 14. 1911.
Notice; is hereby given that a meet-
ling of the stockholders of tile Crescent
j. Macaroni At ( lacker company, an 1H1-
nois curpuratiun, will be held at tin."
i ollice of Jackson, Hurst ,v Stafford.
Robinson building, eity of Rock isjaud.
Ruck Island eounty, Illinois, on the
2.".tii day of Oetolier. 1911, at the hour
eif 10 o'clock in the foi i-noon oi' said
day. for the purpose of s'.i limit ling to
said stockholders the q le stion of the
surrender of the cliurler, 1 ranch is s,
and corporate nam;; ol said Cre-scnt
Macaroni V Cracker company, an Illi
nois erorporation, and tile dissolution of
said Col pu. a! ion.
W. L I ER Sl.'ii.MI I T.
HERMAN O. il.M IDT.
KD ('. WLLLEK.
Being all rf tn Board ol Direetors of
Said Company. .
Jackson, jiurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Sliet-lal Taxation No I Ice.
Notice is hereby given to all perrons
interested, that the city council of the
city jf Ro. k ishmu. county ol K k isl
and and state- of Illinois, having ordi ied
I that a local improvement he inaei.; by
j paving with brick 'i n i ri y-f . u r i h street
lots'lrom south line of Sev.utu" a v. nu.- to
south line ol Ninth and a naif aenue,
the; eireiinance foi- same in u.,; on liie in
the cilice ol the city cp rn. and the It .'
having applied to the eoi.nly c"ourt of
Rock island county lor an assessment
of the wist of the
.-ai-i iiiifiuv.-iui'iit, ac-t-
or. i an ass. ssmerit
ile ii nd I t ii rn-'d
Hearing the reon
. flay October,
so. .1. I nerea ft e r as in!
ei i it will I erm it . A 1 1
may hie objections in
s;,Jd day and appear
cording to froio i
therefor having !
to said e;ourt, tio
will be had on in
A. D. 1911. or as
business of the
said court if I ore
em the hearing and
iiiuc lueir defense.
Officer appointed to
October 2, 1 J 1 1.
Sale f llrnl Kxtule.
By virtue of an orrb-r am! dcr re of
tl.i; preb;it- rurt or it. n it iiiiind . in
ly, llliiioiM, mule em liie petition of the
iirKle rsin jeei, '. i.tral 'ii i.t .v :-';ivin k1
Lank' a.Jm i i.i.-1 1 ,i r or turn t sl.trnenlo
anrixo, of tne mall of Lolls Aliui".
eieeeaseel, for b-ave- to sell tii r-;i 1 en
tat.: ejf paid ei" e.e.sed, at ti.': September
term. A. I'. 111. of paid e-ourt. to-wl::
on the 6tti liay ff S' nlem r, I'.ill. v. e
i shall, on the 1511 dny of -toher i.exi,
i be tween u.e hours of 10 o 1.' k In tin:
for-no"n uml 4 l-, It in ti.- i'lt"rii"oii
of siii'l lav. to-v.it, ;it tne: hour e.f
! Jiiile-, at
in tl.t Inre-iioen. :e. Ii ut
the east el'.r of the: court
! In the eity of ltoe;k Ii-lnnd.
Ii.ejurity, the real i.-itute d-cii
' lows. te-wit :
j-1 as fol-
All that part of
thirteen 1 3 j r in
jBrasr.ari f-:uo-.i vm;..ri oi t:,e iv.-at k-v-enty-lour
.ir.u B'Vn! -::. en i.urnli e.lll.s
74.77 seres, of (lie north oie-eiiiitn
(l-hj .of section eleven I 1 1 , lowni-;Mji
j seventeen 17 north, rarnj'- Uu
1 west of the fourth 4th prinelpal me-!
Irl'Jl.in. wl.i'i, ii. s wet e,f ir,. 'rn-' lry !
Railway cornpany's ri-lit of way. n.i'l
'premises brinir f 'rrrn-i ly kr.own as it ,
en-ve.'i 1 1 i. twelve Yil, t.'iirteen (!:;).:
.' fo'irie'-n (14), fifteen lOt and t-.ixteeit ,
1. and the aiby diVt'lirii,' them, in
Edward J. 1 jyer' s'lb-divlion 'it e.iii 1
lot tnirteen I1U, arid being now va- '
' rated, situated in Ito-.k Island county. J
IlllnfjiS. ubj et to a lease thereof to .
one Jaeoo Waldrnan, running from,
month to "month; on the following; I
i term, to-witt Ca.-h. I
CENTRAL TKL'HT & SAVINGS BANK. I
Administrator c. t. a. tnj E.iiate 'j! I
lUuis Aliarx. elereased.
Late'i tiiia UStti day ej? Hept-nber, A. '
D. IS 11.
Hngn E. Curtis, attorney. j
(OH U2.VT. I
UEFORE goifi hbMSs h'jntin.r -om
ar.d see our list of vacar. t hou-es. We
have t he complete list of Lie. trl
clties, tr.d will aas.st yeju to jjet lo
cateel without or. cent e.f expense,
bmmtrflfld'u, 113-lij Eaat tccoud
Blreet, Lavenp rt.
LODGE DIRECTOR Y
TRTT LODGE. NO. 67. A F. ft A. M.
Meets In stated communication
jthe first Thursday of each
f month at 7:80 p. m. By ordf
of Carlton O. Taylor. W. M; William
B. Fettlt. secretary.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Regular freight and passenger serv
ice between Rock Island and Qulncy,
For Muscatine aad nnrllnaton, Iowa,
aad May Points.
Steamer Helen P.lair leaves Rock Is
land every Monday. Wednesday int
Friday at 4 p. in. Close connection mads
at Burlington for Keokuk. Iowa, and
Quincy, IIL Round trip fsres. including
meals and berth, to Burlington. 4; to
Keokuk. $6.50; to Qulncy, $.
Suaday Afteraooa Trip to 31 use tins
Steamer Helen Blair leaves every Bun
day at S p. m. for Muscatine and re
turns at 10:30 p. m. Round trip 40
cents. Supper served on board the boat.
For rates and information apply to
RALPH W. LAMONT. Agent.
Dock, foot of Nineteenth street. Kock
Island. 111. Phone west las and west
CONTRACTORS AND BlILUKHS.
Contractor and Builder,
J404 Richmond Street,
lUnk island, IIL
Phono West lias-K.
rjfalhija VHIk & Co
Manufacturers of Bash. Doora Blinds
and Stair. Interior nmah of all klnda
Hardwood Veneer Flooring, and deal
ers In Qlasa (11 and S24 Eighteenth
riUU IN it HAN LIU
Clksrlea E. EI Jjsoia
(The Bast Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE. LIGHTNING AND WIND
Office. IJit Third avenue. Rates raa
ROCK ISLAND. ILI
A two- story house in South
Eock Island on lot G0xl50. In
first class shape, good barn, all
kinds of fruit.
To sell quick at ... $1,700
HUBBARD & T0NN
405 Best Building
Phone 333. Kock Island, 111.
When you can burrow inonr-y private
ly at these cheap rat-s?
$10.00 return 20c a week.
$20.00 return r0o a week.
$30.00 return 7."c a week.
$50.00 return $I.".S a week.
All other amounts in proportion.
SALARY LOANS OLU .SPECIALTY.
Also loans on furniture and pianos.
CITIZENS' LOAN CO
Kooni 6, McKinnio liik I'hono liaBt
1187. 15th .St. anil 4th Ave.. Moline
CARD OF THANKS.
of the bite Mrs. Ellen
to Rev ..Mr. I.
liuiK'H. and p
to express their thunk
lull, t fit- : Inner, frlenejx.
illlx a rerie, lor ii.itiHliineo
in their lute bereave
ment: tliev si"'l.i ly wisii to thunk
Mis. W. E. 1 1 1 1 1 :iil Mr. anil Mrs. J.
II. l'"i.slie-r, al.-io those who n-nt llow
ti. Mi'irii'i.ic Ki.Kcrnoi.Tsis.
oux hairs on face unei arms perma
nently removed with one to six
needles; four to six hours' work In
one with sit; treatments nlven at
home- unless otherwise dexlrcd. Ad
dress Miss A. M. KitlrlUKe. r'lat 1,
iii,le i-lats, llrauy blreet, Daven
port. Old phone ai3b.
IE VOL' WANT to buy, sell, trad or
rent anythliiK. hikhkc help or nwurn
a situation, tne Mall and Journal Is
the only paper in Moline tiiat can do
It for you. Mall and Journal wants
are popular, and Alixii and Journal
wants btinK reaultte. Ony-ralf cent
per word Is the price to ail alike,
cash In advance; two-cent stamp will
do. Lve-liiiiK and Sutuieiay Mail and
Jcurnal. Mobile. 111.
Averts Awful Tragedy.
Timely advice idven Mrs. ('. WiN
louvlihy of Marengo, Win. ( H. No. 1,
prevented a dreadful tragedy and av
ed two lues. DodoiH had Bald her
frightful cough was a "t onnutiiption"
coiikIi and could do liHl; to he; Ler.
After many retm'dieH failed, her aunt
urged her to take Ir. King's New Dia
covery. "I have h'-e-n tiKliig it for uoine
tim'-," she wrot' "and the awful cough
has almost gone. It bIfo saved my
iittl" hoy when taken with never bron
chial trou!l'" This niafchlegB medi
cine has no equal for tliroat'and Iting
irouhles. Trire 50 cents and fl. Trhl
hot'le free. Guaranteed by all dru-
Iid drjve coiix Ovetlaiiel
anfo. In the finest condition,
newly paint'-.d ai.d new tires.
Completely equipped with
all accehsories ih'ludlnK dec.
trie lights, jnside and out, ka
lank and lights, (Gabriel fiom,
sfH-f',' mfU-r, chaliiH, etc, HO
horsepower engine. Can be
UEed every day in the year,
through snow, rain and wind.
Just the car for a irof
ti'inal man. Inf-iiies man or
lady. Sold at a bargain ac
t;nt owner to ho ai-sent for
Apply S. W. Coliina. phoua
West .'i5o, Itf-k Island.