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rOR REJTT ROOMS
FOR RENT Four modern unfurnished
rooms at f 29 Ninth street.
How IMrs. Hen Peck Didn't See the First World's Series Game By Munhall.
FOR RENT A large modern furnish
ed room at 2018 Fifth avenue.
Beat it-my ofar
FOR REXT Rooms for light housekeeping-
at 416 Eighteenth street.
Sump iton rut
I HtKEO AIM CH-CH-
foMi ixQ- THS WAV?.
FOR REXT One modern furnished
room at 505 Fortieth street, Rock Is
land. . s) -
FOR REXT Furnished rooms for light
bookkeeping at 643 Seventeenth
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room at 1913 Sixth avenue. Old phone
FOR" RENT One modern furnished
THE ROCK ISEAXD "ARGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1911.
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I e.-rt fSk. I I Er US Both m I I .op mEETmE 1 -i
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steam heated front room at 1503 Sev
FOR RENT Furnished room, suitable
for two Kfr.tlpmtn. Call at 751 Twenty-third
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room in
modern home, location centra!, at 123'' ,
Second aver. 'l". j
FOR REXT Rooms for light house- i
keeping and Bleeping rooms at 219 H
Seventeenth street. -j
FOR REXT Modern famished rooms; !
also light housekeeping rooms; at
2626 Fifth sveniie
FOR RENT Furnished room with mod
ern conveniences and steam heat at
107 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. Ca'l
at 515 Twenty-second street.
FOR RENT A modern furnished room;
gentlemen preferred: references re
Tiired. Call at 1207 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms, j
suitable for light housekeeping, at i
1101 Fourteenth-and-a-haK street.
FOR RENT A iarsre furnished front
room; furnace heat, and modern: to
gentlemen only; 1210 Fourth avnu.
FOR RENT Rooms fr light house
keeping, with heat, bath and ujp of
phone Apply at 2312 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping; gas. bsth and furnace,
newly papered; at 27 S Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Two upstairs and three
dnwnstalrs furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 1525 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms.
d"wn stairs; rent II 60 to permanent
rwimir. Inquire 1121 Twelfth ave
nue. FOR RENT Modern furnished room
with use of bath ond phone, at 711 '
Twenty-ninth street. Old phone west ;
FOR RENT A w-ll furnished single
room, all modurn conveniences, walk
ing distance frm bt.sincrs center;
544 Twenty-third Mret.
FOR RENT Large nicely furnished
modern room in xc-llnt locality,
suitable for one or two gentlemen, at
llu2 Seventeenth street. '
FOR RENT Three modern furnished !
rooms for light housekeeping, with
use of kitchen: couple with refer- t
ences: at 21 lo Fifth avenue. 1
-inree mrnunt'i rooms ror
light housekeeping, on first floor, and,
two on second floor, at tlo Twenty- j
f.e. una street, oia pnone wriuui-i.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern i
front room In private family of two. I
ior gennemen; umc oi veiepnone; rei -
erejices exrhangeo; 1220 Third ave
FOR RENT Large light fufn:
rooms, modern, use of phone,
young men or married couple;
light housekeeping rooms, at
FOR RENT Strictly modern rooms for
light housekeeping, ensuile or single
rooms; also sleeping rooms: use of
hath and phone; board If desired, at
1J01 Second avenue. West 549.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, with sewer, wa- .
ter and gas. Inquire for Mrs. Yates,
between 8 and 10 a. m.. at 705 Fourth j
nvemifv C 1 1,1 rhon west ak2-?C 1
FOR RENT One modern furnished
room, cheap, to woman or girl of good
references, who will take care of chil
dren odd evenings. Inquire 1108
Fourteenth-and-a-half street, city.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room,
south bay. hot and cold water lava
tory In room, electric light, instan
taneous heater for bath, phone, and
every modern convenience; 938 Sev
FOR RENT HOC9ES
I'OR RENT Two-room house;
515 Fourteenth avenue.
FOR RENT Five-room house, at 3025
Seventh avenue. Inquire 534 1- Slx
t rnth street.
FOR RENT Six-room modern house at
1120 Sixteenth avenue. Inquire at
liJO'j Twelfth street.
FK RENT Three-room house at 532
Twenty-second street. Inquire 53v
FOR RENT A four-room cottage, with
laiRc attic, at 131 Fourteenth street.
Inquire evenings, or about 7 a. m.
F 'II RENT Five-room house, with
well ani cistern: rent $10 month. In
quire 34i'l Ninth-and-a-half avenue.
!"' RENT - A seven-room house on
F' uirt een t h -and -a -half street: modern
m i pi heat. Inquire llt Fourteenth
!"'i KENT--Nearly new rive-ronm cnt-
l.iK''. Wltil gM .-to C .it li'L'j SlX-
: . ;li .ivTnue. Inquirer. 21 1 i Kf.h
. Tis ,i t a i:c c-. 1 71 4 Vj
i -i k 1.- ;an J.
Inquire at Wll
real estate and
i-'tilt I(KXT-T') cO'i;-le without chil-
iiei:. lurmshed Mx-r.oai house en- .
i : rely in im t n. Call at 1007 Nine- i
: .-ntii street.
I'cilt ii.LE Five-room house, on Ser
.i.te.ic'li ac.p Aiken streets: price 11.-
.'' .a-:: Apply 1- F. Robinson. 1 7 l-i '
.., . . : . , j; , le.
1 oli KENT -- Aii modern oitat-room
l.ri k :,- --. Inquire at 1 ! 11 rst
.,.'-. .i K itclU V Bat ley. 217
t : : t; I ! ecu t il ctilcil.
I'd: KKNT Hon
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Ft 'F. RKNT -Six-room house, to couple
! m-!! t'amllv. owner reserving ore
:-."'i:: r.trenei ijtven and required.
Ad A A.." care Argus.
A alnup?1! n.-vv s.vc-n-
i.e. .Hi mode rn ii-prove--ir.-:ii
tvjlk .cini cement cl
J !i"-allon. at ;.'"' Twelfth
i 'I lie 12" Sixth av-n.ic
T Nice e: h" -room house.
;:v e ,-rv r i ( ; r.m'iI io,-a-
k Irc-ii Broadway Pres-
'.or, h: ii be va- atefl by
AJdrc ss ' R. X.." c are Argus
:i--e ciu-lil-rsim i:i
i j r. -;- . t : g.Ml
t. .i . :... -K-- trom I'.r -jway lre
i. (eMail fhurch: will be vacated bv
1. Addr.j. ' K. X.." care Argus.
V A-N . .;: - A f inrl Invectors to
iom i- lu Ci rciirg ern;i company to
rarru l'.u acres cl best irrigated Lied
In Txas near tian Antonio. Land will
produce I4i.'c or more clear profit per
tcre yearly. Owner will aevept por
tion u! the crops for haif of p arc has.
rr:,-c- of innd. Excellent chance tor
t:e a:; J ;rciilsh.a invr:ment tail
ii;orU-u ur".atd A-iCrtnj R. i
Buigc general delivery. Ktmii City.
WASTED MALE HELP
WANTED Men to work;
at 1700 Sixth street.
WANTED Reliable good-sized boys to
set tenpins at Harms bowling alley.
WANTED 100 laborers for paving
work at Fourth avenue and Thirty
fourth street. Moline.
WANTED Toung men to travel; sal-
arv and expenses: exnerienee unnec-
Aaarv foil t ci viffABr.th ttrr
WANTED Younir man to soil goods on
KocK island passenger train. Iniuir"
3116 Fifth avenue. J. J. Grler News
WANTED Vise hands. automobile
parts assemblers, metal pattern roak-
ts. factory office clf-rks. and an ex
perienced male stenographer. Apply
libur Buret, ii, Tri-City Mai: ufact u; -ers
association, Molina Ti-atr build- i
irf;. Moline. No feex charged.
WANTED Able bodied men for the
L. S. marine corps, between the agi'S
of 19 and 35; must be native born or
have flrt papers; monthly pay $15 to
$69; additional compensation possi
ble; lood, clothing, quarters and med
ical attendance free: after 30 years'
service can retire with 75 per cent of
pay and allowances; service on bdard
ship and ashore In all parts of the
world. Apply at I". S. Marine Corps
recruiting office. State Bank buildinjj.
Rock lEland. 111.
WANTED Able bodied men for the V.
H. marine corps, between the ages of
19 and 35: must be native born or
have first papers, monthly pay $15 to
$!; additional cornpensat ion 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 I". 8. Marine Corps
Recruiting office. State Bank build
ing. Rock Island.
WASTED FEMALE 1IELF
u-avti-ii t . v,
work 'at 1524 Ninth avenue,
.WANTED Girl to do general hoi
An experienced housemaid.
west J I S4 ; 1043 Twenty-sec-
or d street.
WANTED Lady cashier
keeper. Inquire 1714 Sec
j WANTED An experienced
girl to do
Apply 613 Twen-
WANTED Experienced stenographer.
I'nion Electric Telephone company,
2018 Fourth avenue-.
WASTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housewoi k. Mrs. II. H. t "leave
land. 05 Nineteenth street, city.
WANTED Good girl to do general
housework; no cooking: will pay
good wages. Inquire 2739 Seventh
WANTED A competenC girl to do gen
eral housework. Apply to ' E. L.
Kerns, 842 Fifteenth street. Moline.
Phone east 15b.
WANTED Girl to cl.j general Louse
work: small family: new house; good
conveniences. c'all or address E. D
Fisher. 3"l Best building.
WANTED Girls Is years or over to
learn operating; A l reference re
quired. Apply to manager of Central
Union Telephone companv.
WANTED TO RENT.
; WANTED To rent, a modern five or '
six-room house, by couple with best
of references. Address "X. Y. '..,"
FOR RENT FLAT
FOR RENT A five-room modern flat at
liUe Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT Four-room flat, with bath.
Inquire S23 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Five-room flat, all mod
ern. Call at 1311 Fifth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Three-ro'm flat, newly pa
pered, painted, and fitted with elec
tric light fixtures, on Thirty-eighth
street. Inquire 3uS Safety building.
FOR RENT Two modern flve-roorr.
flat, opposite C. R. I P. passenger
depnt. liock Isiand Oid phone north
IsciS-L. or caii at 2103 Harrison street.
FOR RENT Three-room downstairs
fiat, with electric light, gas range,
par.try. wash kitchen, use of piiuac,
t' party without children, at l'i?
FOH KLT M 1 StLLLAA h.J V S
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices: all conveniences. In
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room 100. F. K
FOR RENT Barn suitable for auto;
rent very reasonable. Inquire 9iJ
FOR RENT A store, with living rooms
In rear. Cad old phone west 1164-K.
Inquire 10ZI Twelfth avenue,
1 "OR H EST Paint shop; establishhed
business. Apply Kloc kau Auto A. Car
i.age shop. S:xtcenth street a:.d
WE have the complete list of every va
cant house or rooai ia the trl-ciUes.
It woi't cost you c-ne cent to see this
list, bummc-rdcicl t, 113-115 East Sec
ond .street. Z-tave&port.
HU'llttl'f! CI" TliLE.
ABSTRACTS of title prepaied or con
tinued to da.le coveilr.g any real es
tate in the county. Ircmpt and ac
curst service at reasonable rates.
Rock Is. and Title 6c Attract com
pany: J. J -Ingram. pre!dect; W. J.
fcwttr.ey. secretary; 20i-20i. second
noor. Peoples Nsuoi.ac bai.a oiuiu
llt.VilV OAETHJE i'roprietor Ch:
p.aiiock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kind. City store. 1m;
fiecoad avesue. ieienit-ae lllio.
WANTED Dressmaking, at 711 Twen-
WANTED Boarders and roomers, by
the day or week, at 2327 Fourth ave
nue. WANTED Boarders and roomers in
modern home at 809 Forty-second
' WANTED First class horse, broke for j
i m n v- harnps! wflffht 1.2t"ifi Address
. c twitKtr, preemption, in.
. a- i -u Koomers ana Doaraers, in a
j mcdtrn home; gentlemen preferred;
i at 121 Twentieth street. Phone west
WANTED Washing at 1419 Fifth-and- ( FOR SALE All kinds of household fur-a-l.alf
avenue; colored home laundry, i niture; must be old at once; at 1046
Old phone west 72S, ring X. Mrs. ' Seventeenth str.-et.
FOR SALE Paying business for $175
WANTED Stoves to clean, repair and i cash if sold ia rive days, will invoice
set up; neat, reliable work guaran- I $"ii0. Call west 1752-X.
teed; g(t our prices; 524 rweuty-sec-i
ond tit reel. Phone 64-L. j
WANTED To launder, lace curtains; !
work promptly called for and oeliv- :
ered. Mrs. Luclia TitterLogton. 144 4 j
Fourteenth street Old phone west !
WANTED By young woman, room In
sniiill private family, within three
blocks of Bridge line; west preferred.
references. Address 'W. M. A., care
WANTED Students In elocution and
physical culture, by the Misses Lan
dahl. graduates of Northwestern uni
versity. For rates call 2209 Seventh
avenue. Phone 1423-L.
.WANTED To buy, a five or six-room
modern house, with bedroom on
Kri'Und floor, in good rieig iiborhood,
within walking distance of business
district. Address 'X. 50," care Ar
g;is. WASTED SITUATIONS
WANTED Position by experienced
lady stenographer and bookkeeper, j
"S. B ," 2olu Fourth avenue. Rock j
WANTED Nursing, by practical nurse;
confinement cases preferred; refer
ences given. fall or address Mrs.
Charles Ege. 1034 Fourteenth street
WANTED Situation by young married j
tnn who has lived ill trl-cities 15
y.-ir". would like to get outside work '
from a reliable firm; best of refer- I
ences. I 'hone west 7 1 S -1 !
LOST AND rOt'SD
LOST Ar. opal sti kpin on Seventeenth
street, between Nintn and Second ave
nues. Return to Argus for reward.
LOST Boston brindle bull dog. screw
tailed, with while face. Return to
;.;'i; Seventeenth street and receive
LOST At Empire theatre, Wednesday
evening, Oct. 4. lady's gold watch,
with M. W. A. fob. Retuia to Argus
LOST A black ribbon fob, with gold
monogram "W. R." on same. Finder
ret in ti to Robb Bros., 225 Seventeenth
street, and receive reward.
FOl'NIi An open-faced gentleman's sil
ver watch and fob ,on Seventeenth
street and Second avenue. Call at B.
Winter's. ItilO Third avenue.
LOST Ijidv's watch and pin, mono
gram "'1- 1$. D." Return to Drlfflll
Printing company. 219 Eighteenth
stte t. and receive reward.
LOST Saturday evening, between Nine
teenth and Twentieth streets. on
Eighth avenue, a black jet comb. Re
ward if returned to 831 Nineteenth
LOST A full-blooded hunting hound;
small-sized, black, and white; has long
re(l ears, crooked front feet. Reward
if returned to Charles Verniest. first
houseboat below Oil Cloth factory.
IHT Wednesday or Thursday after
noon, presumably In the five and ten
rent store, a pair of lady's nose-
glasses, enclosed in case, bearing r. j
Ostrom's name. Reward if returned
to r.l;n Twenty-fourth street.
PLEAS ENT F. COX Real Estate and
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
lire companies represented, l our pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 22, and
new ill a"2. OKlce at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire.
- life, accident, health and plate glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor,
Safety building. Office phone west
vbo. Residence phone 726-K. Open
W ednesday and Saturday evenings.
vV'E WILL BOND YOU Executors, ad
ministrators', gaurdians'. trustees' or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lougea and
society officers; city, state or U. ti.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds).
Terms reasonable. iiayes & Cleve
land, resident managers. Fidelity &
Deposit company of Maryland.
MULTIPLE ELECTROLTSIS Superflu-;
ous hairs on face and arms perma '
nentiy removed with one to six
needles: four to six hours' work In 1
one with six; treatments gireo at 1
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss jl. M. Klttrldge, Fiat 1, ;
Argyle Flats. Brady street, Ixivccid- !
port. Oid phone ail.
MASSAGE FOR MEN AND WOMEN. j
Mrs E. W. Miller, graduate masseuse; 1
electric vibrator treatments, vapor '
baths, scientific body and facial mas- '
u. therapeutic lights, spinal treat
ment. Swedish movements, etc. .Hours '
from a. m. to p. ra. Henley build- '
lng. tutte 12. corner Fourth and Brady '
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
I C IHD OF THANKS.
WE hereby ti.ar.k the many kind friends
ar.-l neighbors for their assistance
an! sympathy given u during the
Lino and death of our son and
brother. James Mrugalskl; also to
S' J'hn'n society, for flowers, and
Rev Father ;eer for comforting
v.rd und sympathy. Mr. ard Mrs.
". Mrugoiskl. CnarK-s Perschtl,
EXPRESS A.D 9TORAGB.
-cLlALLE STUKAUE On drat rtoor.
also manufacturer of awnir.gs. tents,
ws4?on covers, etc. Tents for rent. Q.
Boea&ler & Co 20 Flf teealh street
FOR SALE MISCHlXAiCEOTTS
FOR SALE Toys, notions, and dry
Trefs & Co.. 2011 Fourth ave- i
WANTED Teams to haul coa! by the
day or the ton; 1911 H Second ave
nue. FOR SALE An oak heater (medium
sired), good as new, at 1215 Eleventh
i FOR RAT.F Two good draft horses
nammona racKicg company, Zizo
FOR SALE Two second hand safes,;
almost new. inquire il. Duffy, lbli
FOR SALE SmKh-Premier typewriter : FOR PALE A lC-room htrjse. In nice
No. 2. in line condition, cheap. Ad- j location, with all mod,- conve.nl
drcss "C," care Argua. ! ences; cn car line. Ini--; re at i01
. . , Eignth-and-a-half uvrnu.
FOR SALE Gold Coin strain of Bull
Orpingtons, old and younr, at a did- FOR SALE Fine east frv lors on
i i t u i, ra Tnntv.iith irpct beiwbrn 6even-
i FOR SALE Iron bed. with springs.;
with good mattress .and other house
hold goods. Inquire 1100 Sixteenth
FOR SALE Cheap, an upright piano;
oak case, good as new. inquire For
tieth street, .second house south of
FOR SALE Pine and oak kindling and
furnace wood by Kaloke Bros. Phono
west y. j::.f0 per load, delivered. No
orders delivered on hill.
FOR SALE Motor boat; 20-foot; two
cylinder engine; all in good running
older; $95. Address "H. E. S-." Slo
Harrison street, Davenport.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a 1911 Hal
iaday live-passenger car. M. 11 .
Wilcher, Wilcher s garage, 151b
Fourth avenue. Phone, west 391.
I FOR SALE Coal on a barga at the
I foot of Nineteenth street; -j cents u
1 bushel, or 12 cents a busiiel if cleliv-
ered. Inquire at 1911 u Second ave-
FOR SALE Or trade, moving picture
al.o-.v or tuovii.g picture ouutl, com
plete; must sell; owner having city,
price very cheap il taken at once.
Phone west li-u-K.
i FOR SALE Sweet fresh apple cider,
" can ship it the same day it ij made,
! orders take:-, lor 10 gallons aad up; :
12 i cents pc-- gallon. -Addrusa llparie.-i
IL iiainanii, CJeiieicO, 11L i
FOR SALE A seven-passenger tour
nig car. in good condition; could 1;
made into delivery oar very easily,
a snap it taken at once. I'huri.j west
1214 ,or call at 21b Twentieth street.
j FOR SALE A malleable steel range,
I used but little; first cost $5i, goes ior
$2S; and a $3 folding bed. complete.
$10. First house east of Twelfth
street on Brashar street. South Rock
Is la n a.
FOR SALE Two delivery automobiles,
22-horse power each, one equipped
witli nice top and wind shield, one
with express body; a snap If taken at
once. Apply at tic-man's Milk Depot,
151ti Seventh avenue.
PROFES S 1 ON A 1. AITO lt. K 1 s.
JA1.1V1U, uuivai at o.ac r or.i s c - j
tornes--a.--iaw. Office in KocK. lsla.uu j
National bank build. ng. I
SEA RLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms ;u2 and ao3. Safety
building. Rock Inland, 11L
WILLJAM M. WALKER Attorney,
general law business; corporation,
probate an-- real estate law; 311 Peo
ple's Bank cuilding. Phone west 345).
WALKER. INGRAM fc SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms 200
So3, People's National bank building.
McENIRY & McENlRY Attorneys-at-
law. Loan money on good security; j
make collections. References, Mitch- '
ell & Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
A. L. RAY Attorney; practice In all
courts; money to lend on good real
estate security; advice to ladies free
every Thursday from 1 until 5 o'cloc k
p. m. Office 40" Safety building. Rock
Island, 111. Residence, 312 Fifth
street. Stocks of all kinds bought and '
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anyxaing. engage necp or secure
- .....ot.. th Mn i i . i . !
the only paper in Mo Lee. that can do
lt for you. Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mall and Journal
wants bring results. One-ralf cent
per word is tne price to ail alike,
cash in advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mail and
Jcornal. Moline. Ill
for your coal, potatoes, clothing,
fall and winter supplies, house
cleaning, taxes for anything.
We will make lt easy for you
to get money if you win call on
us. Tou can pay back weekly,
monthly, quarterly, or as you are
able. Tour payments will be so
small that you will not feel them.
A short talk will convince you
that we can help you at a very
moderate cost. (late it, private
loaaa on furniture, pianos live
stock or any personal properly
Our fifty week plan: 0 cents is
the weekly payment on a 125
loan. Any amount up to $100 In
the same proportion
Call, phone or fill out this
blank and mall to us. Loans made
anywhere within 40 miles of Dav
enport. fij j
PRIVATE AND RELIABLE.
TTireOfy Lcazi Co..
tl1 Brady Street.
Old phone north 2425.
Wednesday and Saturday
i gssi w wmw
FOR SALE CTTT PROPERTY
. FOR SALE Eltrht-room house, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth avenue;
easy terms. Inquira at residence.
FOR BALE Lots In South Heights,
easy terms. Inquire Charles TJUemey
er. druggist, 634 Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE Building lSxlS, suitable
for house. M. Thompson. Eleventh
and Brashar streets. South Rock Is
run r i .v.
house, partlv modern; corner lot, near
school and street car; at 1325 Thirty
FOR SALE A seveu-room house, with
furnace, gas, and bath; lot &0xS92; a
good chance for somebody; 2105 Sev
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located at 17S6 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn, 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
Charles ITllemeyer, druggist.
FOR SALE Lots in Island View Heights
addition; finest in the city; ask for'
prices and terms. C. S. McDaniel. 502
Safety building. Rock Island. J
FOR SALE A r.lce building lot, con
venient to arsenal or Moline, and one
block from school house; one
block from Elm street car line; will
soil at cost if taken soon. Call 933
FOR SALE Lota In South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance In five
vfrj K. W. Robinson. 145 Rich
mond street. Phone west 1165-K.
lOK toALE At 1603 Fifteenth street,;
east front lacing Long view para.
seven-room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace; $3.0Gi; ouo-nait cash,
easy terms for balance; rents for $HiT'
per month. F. K- Kiiaada, 100 Rob
KOi SALi. Lots cn Sixth and Seventh
streets, between i ourteenth and Eigh-
tcenth avtiiun; current walks; eusy j
walking uiou-iue of vve.st end l-tor- !
les; ter.un, mniii paymeni iiuwit. bal
ance on your own terms.
J . Ci ScheUt.l Uib.a, 17 JO Slxtu street. :
FOR SALE A slx-i
square h'oise, biili at
; has furnace, hull,
g.iS, eomenfi a ccUar,
nt six moui us;
imns; can k'vc Immediate
possession; rents for $25 mon'li;
price $:s,' M'l; terms if desncd. 11. iv.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS c.t lurniture, pianos, horses. ;
wagons, etc., quickly, privately, at tae
lowest rates. Mutual Loan company j
tuninc), room 411, peoples aNlionaij
bank build. ng. New phone 611M; old j
phone west 123. j
THEY ATE LEATHER.
The Way Morgan's Pirates Prepared
Their Tough Food.
jiii.iiiiu-T. v-aiiiiii s."" UUI-
his piratical crew were souietlDjes In
tifftit places at i'aoama and on one
oecasiou were reduced to eating their
'Some persons." says one of tbe com
pany (ExQuemelin. whose narrative Is
reproduced In "The liuccaueers In tbe
West Indies"), "wLu never were out of
their mothers' kitchens may ask how
these pirates conld eat. swallow and
digest these pieces of leather, so hard
and dry, unto whom I only answer
that could they once experience what
huDfrer or. rather, famine Is they
WOUld certainly find the manner by
their own necessity. a3 the pirates did
For these first took the leather and
sliced It In pieces. Then they beat It
' , . ,
between two stones and rubbed It, often
dlpping It In the water of the river
to render lt by these means supple
and tender. Lastly they scraped off
the hair and roasted or broiled lt upon
the fire. And, being thus COOted, they
fn, lt 1nlo Hmall morsels and ate 1L
cut lt into small morsels ana ate it.
helping It down with frequent gulps
. . , ...
of water, which bv crood fortune theT
of water, which by
had right at hand."
Rsmsmbsred the Accent.
"Queen Mary." said the teacher to
the class In the history leenon, "lowtd j
France o much that she declared '
Calais' would be found written across :
her heart after she was dead." j
Pausing a moment, the teacher look- ;
ea at a Doy steaauy. i
"Jimmy Smith," pbe said, "you were
not llsti lng."
Oh. yes, I was," Jimmy replied.
"Well, what did Queen Mary say
would be found written across her
"Kelly," was little Jimmy's trium- j
pbant repHy. Exchange. '
"My dear, we simply bar got to ! i
omizlng! Instead of letting Willie
have money for car fare I'm sending
him In the automobile to bis dancing
cUlss." Chicago Becord-IIeraJd.
A Sever T.rt.
Hs Tes, darllnjr. when I am with
you I feel Inspired as if could do
. wj it i-ucci cuiug. riicr jittjucj you
conld order a luncheon that I would
like without consul ting- me. Puck.
"Oood rnp-k results from well rtlrnct
ed effort to succeed
.Ul the news ail tee ttnie The Argus, j
FOR SALE LATVTJS
! FOR SALE An 80-acre farm, near Sll
vis; a bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE 190 acres land; fine Im
provements ; near Taylor Ridge; a
bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Fruit farm, six acres;
good house and barn; about 12 miles
from Rock Island: price reasonable.
Call Britton. 3 Twenty-nrst street.
Phone west 1267-L.
FOR SALE 160-acre farm, about sev
en miles from Milan; the buildings
are only fair, but it has some fine
land on it and the pasture Is excep
tionally good; you can buy the farm
for $100 an acre. U. K. Walker,
FOR BALE 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 $90 per acre.
These farms ara all bargains. Wil
liam Jennings. Rock Island bouse.
FOR SALE Or exchange, desirable 80
acre unimproved tanu in the dairy
bolt of Wisconsin, three-fourths mile
to village, school, creamery, and rail
road station: will sell on easy terms
or exchange for small property in
trl-cities. For particulars address
"B. 20"." care Argus, or apply 2132
Ninth street. Rock Island.
Estate of Harry Gftllerman, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the lust will and
testament of Harry Oallerman. late of
the county of Rock Island, state oT Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives noti that
si c will appear before Hon. Pcnjumln
l:-'H. judge of the probate court of liock
Islrml county, at the probate court
room, in the city or KocK lsiann. at me
December term, on the first Monday In
December next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are notined and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same atijust-
d. All r'ersons indebted to sail estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated third day of October. A. D. 1911.
JENNIE A LLKRM A N. Executrix.
Marion E. Sweeney, attorney.
Rock Island. 111., tfct.t. 14. JH
Notice is hereby given that a tneet-
the stockholders of the. Crescent
Macaroni Cracker company, an 1U1-
i noU corporation, will be held at the
' o;lic of Jac kson, Hurst & Stafford.
Robinson building, cuty of Rock Island,
Rock ls.ainl cc utity, Illinois, on the j
2,'ith day of October, l'jcl. at the hour
: of 10 o'clock in the- forenoon of said
diy. lor the purpose of submitting to
aaid stockholders the question of th I
surrender of the c harter, franchises.
and corporate renin ,,f said Crescent
Macaroni cv Cracker company, an 1111 -
nois corporation, ana ttio uistoiu'.ion oi
aid corporal ion.
i PACLO RODDEWIG.
j OSWALD SCHMIDT.
HERMAN U. SCHMIDT,
ED C. Ml.'ELLER.
I Being all of the Board of Directors of j
j Said Company.
1 Jackson. M irst A- Stafford, attorneys. ,
Sule of Real Estate. i
By virtue of an order and decree of
the probate court of Rock Island coun- j
ty. Illinois, made on the petition of the !
. .1 . . -. i ..... a 1 '...il 1 'IVi v. Unirlmr.
;.T. '.' "...
jannc-xn. of the estate or Louis Altars,
i dec eased, for leave to sell the real es-
term. A. I. 1911. of said c-ourt. to-wlt:
on the 6th day of September, 1911. we
shall, on tho 31st day of October next,!
between the hours of 10 o'clock In the I
forenooti and 4 o'clock In the nfternoon j
of said day. to-wlt. at ttie hour of 10 I
o'clock in the forenoon, sell at public
s-ile. at the east door of the; court house, '
in the city of Rock Island, in said
county, the real estate described as fol- !
lows, to-wit: I
All that part of lot thirteen fl3), in j
Ura-har s sub-cll vision or the west sev
r, . , , n w. t o.i -r, t xr it ' i rv Kur.rl rorlt
(,1JJ ?cros; of V"1 "or,h, ,'i?",'l'rhl.h
Irl-fcl .of Kf-c-tlon eleven (111. townshlo
i seventeen 17 north, ramce two 2,Iy at these cheap rafea:
: "j;"1 or V"".1",1, , n . " ' rr, -P
J i rlrllun whlr-Vl lien west of the Tri-f'ltV
j Railway company's right of way. said
! premises being formerly known as lots
, eieven 111, twelve (12). thirteen flS), i
fr.urteen 14, fifteen if.) and sixteen
!io, and the alley dividing tbern. n
(Edward 11. Ouvers suh-dlvislon of said.
ilt thirteen U3), and being now va-
cated. situated in Rock Inland county,
Iillnols. subject to a lease thereof to
one Jacob Waldman. running from
month to month; on the following
terms, to-wlt: Cash.
CENTRAL TRl'ST & SAVINGS BANK.
i Admlnlstrntor c. t. a. of the Kstate of
! Louis Allars. deceased.
( I)at,.(, thls 2th day or September, a.
. p. i-.,ri- g.inl...,
Ilugn E. ( . urtis, attorney.
That Keeps the
is a treasure no one can afford
to be without. It is made right
here. Once used it becomes a
luxury that you won't dispense
with. No more dyspepsia, in
digestion, bilious attacks, sick
headaches or tired feelings.
Give it a trial is all we ask.
Just received a fresh line of
and itunte's choco
late and lion hnni,
Iut up in neat pack
1716-1718 Setxind Avenue
TRTO LOPOK, NO. 67. A. F. A. M.
eets In stated oommunlcatlon
ths first Thursday of eaon
month at 7:30 p. tn. Special
for work. Thursday. Oct. 19, at 7:80
p. m. The craft are cordially Invit
ed. By order of aCrlton O. Taylor.
W. M.; William B. Pettlt, secretary.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Regular freight and passenger serv
ice between Kock Island and Qulnoy,
For Museatlae aad Barllagtea. lews,
ad Wir Polata.
Steamer Helen Blair leaves Rock Is
land every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 4 p. m. Close connection made
at Burlington for Keokuk. Iowa, and
Qulncy. III. Round trip fares, including
meals and berth, to Burlington, t; to
Keokuk. $6.60; to Qulncy, $8.
Sunday Afteraoon Trip t Mnacatlae
Steamer Helen Blair leaves every Sun
day at S p. m. for Muscatine and re
turns at 10:30 p. m. Round trip 69
cents. Supper served on board the boat.
For rates and Information apply to
RALPH W. LAMONT. Agent.
Dock, fool of Nineteenth street. Rook
Island. 111. Phones west, 188 and west
CLAIRVOYANT Palmists; seances;
Suuday, Thursday evenings; readings
dally; 1311 Fifth aveuue. Moline.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Contractor and Builder.
14&4 liiciiuioiul ttueet,
liock Uland, HL
Phone West lidS-K.
Joltoa VoUx (&Co
Manufacturer of Bash, Doors. Blinds
and Blaira. Interior nmah of all kinds.
Hardwood Veneer Flooring, and deal
ers n Olasa. ll aod lit Eighteenth
rum LN U HAH Clfi.
I Tn Cheapest.)
j FIRE, LIFE. LIGliTNLNCl AND WXNIA
Office, 1728 Third avenue. Rate
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
A two- story house in South
rb. T.ionri i unrun t
first Class Shape, gOOd bam, all
I kinds Of fruit.
To sell quick at . . . $1,700
HUBBARD & TONN
405 Best Building
Phone 333. Rock Island, 111.
I - - M. M. M.
' When you can borrow money prWate-
I $10.00 return 25c a week.
$20.00 return r0c a week.
$30.00 return 7Sc a weok.
$50.00 return $1.25 a week.
.. .r,v ,
amounts In proportion.
OA NTS OCR rU'KCIALTY.
i Also loans on furulture and platioa.
: CITIZENS' LOAN CO
, Room 6. McKlnnlcs blk Phona East
i 11B7 ir,h a, unA tth Av
I 118'" lbla bl" &Xi la AVe-
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
don't lead. . t
Open WediM-Mlay and Sat or"
day evening until tf o'ejoct.