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THE ROCX ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911.
Will Mr. Hen Peck Turn in and Amuse Willie, Home From CoUege? Why of Course! Anything to Oblige By Munhall
TOR REM ROOW1
FOK RENT Furnished rooms
Fi: tn-aad-a-haif avenue.
FOR RENT Rooms for Tight house
keeping at 416 Eighteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
i -.'.isekecpir.g-; 2404 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furr.Dhed rooms for light
t.O'jkAfc-s-.i.-.g at Hi Stvtritettii
FOR RENT M'-dern furnished front
room at 1813 Sixth avenue. O.'J phcnn
J'CH RENT One modern furnish0'.
am i.i.ate-i ir.
.ii av cnue.
.t room at 1513 etv.
FOR K.'". Modern furnished rooms.
,rv wAi -(tfOvii iCT- acCJ TVfc? f
luihi housekeeping rood, at 712 1
i.e'or,a avenue j
FCll R3NT Rooms for light house- j
k ep.ng and sleeping rooam at 214 Si i
ievt-nii-.er.tn street. I
FCIi RENT Modern furnished rooms; !
;eo tight liouseKetjirig rooms; at;
-o-' jitn avenue.
iOREE.NT Furnished room with mod
ern conveniences and steam heat at
lsu7 S.xth avenue.
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms for
light noueekecp.ng ; li'i Fllln-and-a-haUf
avenue. Ruck Island.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. Call
at bit Twenty-second street.
FOR RENT A modern furnished room;
gentlemen preferred; references re-
Jall at 1
IZH1 Fourth avenue.
FOK REST Furnished room for light
Housekeeping-, gas, bath and furnace;
r.ewly papered; at 271 Flltn avenue.
FOR RENT Two upstairs and three
downstairs furr.lt;. ed rvunia for light
housekeeping at li.25 Fourth avenue.
1 FOR KENT Nicely furnished rooms,
down stairs; rent il.j'J to permar.e.-it
roomer. lnaulra 1121 Twtlf-L avs-
'vith use of
Modern furntxred room.
oatn una piiunu, at ill
OIU inoi. wen
FOR KENT Rooms, wltti board, at
Ocrtr.an boarding house, 14 i& Korutl:
Hvnnue, Ruck is. mid. Piiwue wrii
FOR REJs'T Modern furnished room,
suitable for gentleman, ciope to col
lege; rent rtujnub.i; at S24 Tbirty
FOR RENT A wsU furnished single
room, all modern conveniences, walk
ing distance from businsss center;
644 Twenty-third street.
FOR RENT Large cicely furnished
modern room in excellent locality,
suitable for one or two gentlemen, at
1102 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
lis;ht housekeeping, on first floor, and
two on second floor, at 01 T. Twenty
second street. Old phone westl724-S
FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern
front room In private family of two.
for gentlemen: use of telcpnone-; ref
erences exchanged; 1220 Third ave
nue. FOR RKNT A strictly modern fur
nished room; references exchanged:
reakf.isi served If desired. fall
morningH at llvo Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR KENT Large liirht furnished
loon.s. rn-ojern. ue of phone, for
o-.iiiK riiijr. or marrli couple, al.-o
li-lit housekeeping loomf, St -C27
l' K RKNT Strictly modern rooms for
liKlit 1,j line keeping, eiisuite or single
rooms also sleeping rooms; use of
iu'ii and phone, hoard if desired; at
lol Second avenue. West 649.
FOR RKNT One modern furnished
room cheap, to woman or girl of good
reft rem es. who will take care of chil
dren odd evenings. Inquire 1109
Fourteenth-and-a-half street, rlty.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Two-room house; Inquire I
7.1.1 Fourteenth avenue.
FOR KENT Modern eight-room house.
Inquire 722 Eighteenth street.
F R RENT Ffve-room house, at 3025
Seventh avinue. Inquire 634 Slx
F!t RENT Seven-room
:i ...dei ii !rnptoy merits.
."; Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Sir-room modern house at
1120 Sixteenth avenue. Inquire at
itiei) Twelfth street.
i '"t; KENT Three-room house at ;-32
; v.t r.tv-se ond street. Inquire ;-J0
i' went y -if cond street.
FOR RENT Five-room house, with
weT and cistern; rent $10 month. In
quire S4'.'l Nini h-and-a-half avenue.
FOK RENT Nearly new flve-room c. t
ag.. with fas stove, at 102'. Mx
r?h avenue. Inq'.:1ie 2115 Fin
. e:. uc.
'ii s -haa r in. inn's,
inquire at W:N
real t'u:o. a:. 1
. i - . u i e pie
: .; r r.. heri s . -ro'
;ii house, en
it l'-'07 Niue-
RENT S:x-room h.jj.-e. Michigan
fin..-, .oiith Rock Island Inquire
Fit. 15i( Thirtieth street,
in w t 777-N.
: KENT Seven-room modern house,
. .':; '..ath, iarf:e yard, garden spot.
.1 tir:.. rer.t reasonable. Addiess
A. L. 25." care Argus office.
R RENT New six-room modern
!' use. v. ith reception hall, to party
.: o-it children. Inquire 3113 Tenth
i.oi.ue. or ca.l old phone 1501-L.
J" It KENT Nov. 1. six-room modern
-ousc. with bath, steam heat, cen
trally located. Inquire 109 Eigh
teenth street, or 1710 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT A furnished four-room
house, to co-ipie without children,
references required; near Long View
'.ark. Address "V. N..-' care Argus.
r phone west 1590 before 5 p. m.
For KENT An almost new seven
room house. a.I modern improve
ments. c rr.ent w alk and cement cel
"ar. god lo.-atlon. at 1230 Twelfth
street. Inquire 22'"i sixth avenue.
FOR KENT Nice eight-room house;
reod.in in every respect: good loca
M t; two M rk from Broadway Pres
J yteristi er-.-ir.-h: will be -acated by
.c. I. .u-lrc ' R. X.." care Argus.
AllS III tI TS OF Til Lit.
A ii.T il Ai'Vb of title prepared or con
tinue.! to date coveting any real es
tate iu tne county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rales.
i;-k K. Island Title At Abstract com.
I any: J. J .Ingram, president; W. J.
swenvy. secretary; 200-203. second
hour. Peoples National bank ou.u.
MASSAGE FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
-rs E. W. Miller, graduate masseuse: 1
electric vibrator reatments. vapor
.".at';s. t.itut.tio body ar.d facial cui
s.e. iLiTafiuli'- l:ght. sp.nsi trest
:i i-! t- s,v.ijj-h movenieut. etc .Hours
!r.:a lo a. tc to S p. ra. Henley buii !
ing. su.te 12. corner Fourtn and Lrauj
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
KVPRE A. NO STORAGE.
. -1 . ... J t'KAot Oi. i r: . -z
..so tr.a:.icturer -i awcir.s.
wagon oover. etc Tenia for reut. G.
Koessier & Co.. xe Fifteenth street
FOR RE'T FLATS.
FOR RENT A flve-room
bt litl6Vs Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT A flve-room modern flat
centrally located. Inquire iiliikalee
fiats, opposite C. R. 1. & F. passenger
depot. Rock Island. Old phone nortn
1&E 3-E, or caii at 2103 Harrison street,
FOR RENT Five-room flat, with bath,
h-'-t a?r h-at f'ura :-, , -1. ,us iaa
;ove and ra.iK-: wni : - Mcant on or
l.fore Nov. i. A; i !y 2.1. jl. Sturgeon.
Hetidente phone n est ; ortlce west
rtnc i,?ni. gas ra::go.
flat, with el
pari'.ry. v. aMi kit-;
i i nrty lihoui
r.' n li --i
i.i. i.te i 1 -rjoiic.
tiii.lrei;. at l"3a
1 .'.riie ! J7 Fif-
FOR HEM MISCELLANEOUS
FOK RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted office; ali conveniences. In
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room loo. F.
FOR RENT Barn suitable for auto:
rent very reasonable. Inquire H2J
FOR RENT A store, with living rooms
In rear. Call old phone west 1164-K.
lnouire 1022 Twelfth avenue.
PROFESSION At A TTOK.EYS.
JACKSON, HUKST A. STAFFORD At
torne s-nt-law. Otlice lu KucK itiauj
National Dank building.
BKARLF. & MARSHALL. Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms 202 and 3vi, Safety
building. Rock Island. UL
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney"
general law business; corporation,
probate an'- real eMaU law; 311 peo
ple's Bank cuilding. Phone West 349.
WALKER. INGRAM & SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at Jaw. Money
xo loan on real estate. Rooms 200-
202. Pcop.es National ban a building.
McENIK Y & McENlKY Attorneys-at-law.
Loau money on good security:
make collections. References. Mitch- ; WANTED An experienced housemaid,
ell & Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell ' plione west 1124. 1043 Twenty-sec-&
Lynde building. end street.
L. RAY Attorney; practice In a)l
courts; money to lend on good real
estate security; advice to ladies free
every Thursday (rum 1 until 5 o'clock
jt. m. OlUce 4v)7 Safety building. Rock
Island, 111. Resilience. 312 Fifth
street. Stocks of all kinds bought and
PLEA-SEN I F. COX lieal Estate auu
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Best i
nre companies represented, lour utt-
ronage solicited. Phones west 22. and
new 61. '2. office at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, heaitu ana plate glas:,;
real estate and loans. Second noor.
Safety build :ng. ijrilce pnone vesl
996. Residence phone 726-K. Opeu
Wednesday and Saturuav evenlngn.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, ad
ministrators', aurdiar.s . trustees' or
any kind of jucicial boudi; louden and
society o trice r; city, staic or U. i-i.
goveriimeni oMiciais: coi. trMors. po
sitions of trust, lu fact, any kind of
bond you want (except bail bonds
Terms reasonable. Hayes 4t Cleve
land, resident managers t-iUelly
Deposit company of iia, i i-ii.d.
i;t.L VNEOt a.
IF lUi, W A.N j. lu Lo, seii, traue oi
rant an 1 ring iK'' hup . secure
a eitv.uli"!;. ii. c and Jouiiui !
the only paper ;u ioiiiie tnt can d-.
I lor ou. .via!i or.il Juj:i...; Wot .r
are povuisr. and ila.l ai.c 'ou:;...l
wants iii nig riuilu. O'w-ia.t cet.;
per wcrd 1 tn price t" u.l aiik;.
cash in advance, two-cent ;a:ups wni
do. Evening and Saturday Mail ana
JrjrraL Mollne. HL
WANTiiD A ft, itii-i; Investors to
Join me in forming small company to
farm lbu acres of best irrigated land
In Texas near San Antonio. Land will
produce $4uo or more clear pront per
acre yearly. Owner will accept por
tion of the crops for half ot purchase
price of land. Excellent chance tor
safe and profitable investment. Full
Information furbished. Address R. T
Bulge, general delivery, Kaiitu City,
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 a!l we ask.
Jus; received a fresh iiae of
said Hume's choco
lates and hon bona,
put tip in neat park
1716-1718 Second Avecue
WiJfTKD MALE M KI. P
WANTED Buy 16 years old to work in
pre;s room; permanent position. Ak
for Mr. Journey, foreman Arju' pres
WANTED Bellboys at Hotel Harms.
WANTFrn Tea and coffee salosmiin,
ror country rm;:e. Apply Bartltt
Hie?.. 11 s Third avenue.
W ANT ED Yours men to travel; sal-
ary and expenses; experience unnec-
t-Ksary. Call at 915 Fifteenth treet.
WANTED Trustworthy people to trav
el and distribute samples for big
wholesale h"f-; weckiy and n-r-in.Jcs.
C H. Emery. "141 Plymouth.
WANTED Representative to travel!
ami distribute samples for big manu- !
fa.-tur-r; steady work: $100 monthly
a:,d exn-nses. S. SchetTer, 76 A. Chi- i
WANTED Twenty-flve young men to !
learn telephone business: wage to I
s'art, $3u a month and board. Arply
manager's office. Central Union Tel
WANTED Lady to travel In Illinois;
good pay and tailor-made suit in 90
days; experience unnecessary: can
dies, soaps and grocery specialties
McBrady & Co.. Chicago.
WANTED Few middle aged gentlemen
with good references to cover Rock
Island. Davenport, Mollne. Barstow.
Orion. Cilnton, Fulton. Sterling. Mor
ris, and Denrock; ail winter's job; $2.75
per day; commence now. Glen Bios.,
Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED Able bodied men for tbe U.
S. marine corps, between the ages of
19 and 85: must be native born or
l ave drat papers; monthly pay $15 to
$ti'J; 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
snip and ashore in all parts of the '
world. Apply at V. S. Marine Corps ;
Recruiting office. State Bank build- !
-ing. Rock Island. I
WANTED I'EMALE HELr
! WANTED Girl to do general house-.
work at 1521 Ninth avenue.
'WANTED An experienced girl to do
general housework. Apply 613 Twen
! ty-tliird street.
'FOUND A gentleman's bicycle ;owner
may have same by c ailing westu07-Y
. and paying for this ad.
I WANTED Good girl to do general
j housework; no cooking; will pay
Inquire 2739 Seventh
w .....,. ,
-A competent girl to do gen- '
eral housework. Aj.ply to E. 1.
Kirns, S42 Fifteenth street, Mollne.
Phone east 156.
WANTED Girl about 14 or 15 years '
old to assist with housework: one
wi.o can go home evenings. Apply
,v";-: Twelft.'i etreet.
WANTED By reliable Swedish woman,
a piaee to no oifice cleaning or laun
dry w .irk, on Wednesday and Thurs
day every week. Aduress "L. W.,"
W AN I ED SJTI.'ATIO'MS
WANTED Situat.on as housekeeper by
iii.uj.c aged tto.rLu; :.) "Iji-'m :i to
co.i.iry; t .'.'7 i wenueth fctrc.-t.
W AN "FP Sit-jdtron a? - "
r"iinur.K ho-: e i r :.r w
at t. IS Sventeentn flrv
WANTED 1 uriUoii by
.a. noyr.ii ..er and
' S. H ." luurtB a
ke -iji r ir.
!u A - "'. i.'a'll
f ip.r.. :;i( d
O'.'OS K ' i. pel .
Rock Island. HI.. Sept. 14. 1911
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the stocauoiders of the Crescent
Macaroni Ac Cracker company, an Illi
nois corporation, will be held at the
office of Jackson. Hurst & Stafford.
Robinson buil.i:::g. city of Rock island.
Rock Island county, Illinjis. on the
25th day cf October. 1M1J.
t the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said
day. for the purpuse of submitting to
said taockhoiders the question of the
surrender of the charter, franchises,
and corporate name of said Crescent
Macaroni & Cracker company, an Illi
nois corporation, and the dissolution of
HERMAN O. SCHMIDT,
ED C. MUELLER.
Being a'l of the Board of Directors of
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys. ;
Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, Illinois, made on the petition of the
undersigned. Central Trust tt Savings
Bank, administrator cum testamento
, annexo. of the estate of Louis ALara, ,
deceased, for leave to sell the real es
tate of said deceased, at the September ,
term. A. D. 1611, cf said court, to-wit: :
on the 6tb day ot September, lfcll. we;
shall, on the 31st day of October next.
! between the hours of 19 o'clock In the
forenoon and 4 o'clock In the afternoon
of said day. to-wit. at the hour of 10 ;
o'clock in the forenoon, sell at public
sale, at tne east door of the court house,
in the city cf Rock Island. In said
county, the real estate described as foi- I
Al! that part of lot thirteen TJ). In
Brashar's sub-division of the west sev- :
er.ty-four and seventy-seven hundredths
( 74.77) acres, of the north one-eighth
:l-ai .of section eleven 11. township
seventeen tl7) north, range two (2
wfi: of the fourth (4th) principal me
ridian, which lies west of the Tri-Cltv
Railway company's right of way. said i
premises being formerly known as lots '
i eleven 11. twelve 12). thirteen 13). I
fourteen 14). fifteen 15) and sixteen
il. and the alley d:vlding them. In'
Edward H. Guyer's s Jb-di vision of said
lot thirteen 1S). and beir.jj now va-;
rated, slv.iated la Rock Island ccumv. '
Iil nols. subject to a lease thereof to
; one Jacob Wa Id no an. running from '
! month to month: cn the following!
terms, to-wit: Cash.
CENTRAL TP.UST SAVINGS BAXK. !
Administrator c. a. -Z tr.e Ettate of
Louis A liars, deceased. j
Dated tLis 2Sth day of September. A.
o. is 11. I
Hugh K. Curti. attorney.
at 711 Twen-
Boarders and roomers In !
home at 809 Forty-second i
WANTED First class horse, broke for
any harness; weight 1 200. Address
R. C. Zwicker. Preemption. I1L
WANTED Roomers and boarders. In a
modern home: gentlemen preferred;
at f21 Twentieth street, Pnone west
W ANTED Washing at 1419 Flfth-and-
j a-haif avenue; colored home laundry,
! tlld plione west 78. ring -V- Mrs.
WANTED Washing and houseclean
ing by the duy; good work guaran
teed Drop a car l to Mrs. A. Miller,
Sll Tnth street.
WANTED Stoves to clean, repair and
set up; neat, reliable work guaran
teed; net our prices; 24 Twenty-second
street. Phone 6:4-L.
j Vi AiNi'ED To launder, la curtains,
wurk promptly caiied foi and deliv
ered. Mrs. Luella 'Xlttertngton. 144'
Fourteenth street old phone west
WANTED Students In elocution and
physical culture, by the Misses Lan
dahl, graduates of Northwestern uni
versity. For rates call 2209 Seventh
avenue. Phone 1429-L.
WANTED OfHce cleaning or sweeping
and dusting in private homes, or
plain sewing, by a reliable, honest
woman. Address "A. D.," care of Ar
gus, or call SSi-X, old phone.
WANTED To buy. a five or plx-room
modern house, with bedroom on
ground floor. In good neighborhood,
within walking distance of business
district. Address "X. 50," care Ar
gus. lost A.n roisD
FOrND The lady who lost her little
pons pjuiih cap can recover same
calling at The Argus.
FOUND A gentleman's bicycle; owner j
rnav have same l,v calline west r,n7-Vi
and paying for this ad.
! LOST An opal stbkpin on Seventeenth'
nues. Return to Argus for rewara.
LOST Boston brlndle bull, dog, screw
tailed, with white face. Return to
W. Bopgess. 92''. Seventeenth street,
and receive reward.
LOST At Empire theatre, Wednesday
evening, Oct. 4. lady s gold watch,
with M. W. A. fob. Return to Argus
FOUND Gasoline launch. IS or 20
feet, with top painted white; towed
in Oct. IS. 1911, by Ai-trust De Loose,
below Oil Cloth factory. Mill street.
LOST Fox terrier; brown spot over
right ar.left ear partly brown, brown
spot near tail: had a nickel plated'
chain, collar fastened tngeih.r with
wire. Rf-wurd for dog or Informa
tion. 725 Nineteenth street. Pnone
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED To rent, by an elderly coi
pie. a lour or five-room cott,ie. with
garret, rns. and city water, on or
mar car line. Cull oi l phone 13 15.
'JEP'OllE go.r.g hi.jsc huntin;TT orne
and See our list oi viv a-t nou:-s We
have t ho couip'.ete iisr of 'ae tr.
citles. s.rd wiii assist you to get .o
rated wittijat one cetit of e-xpensr.
bjmnitr.Ui(i u. 1 13-11 r;1. ::t::u:ni
r : i ttt. Ui'. . n p Ti
t I.Ill OVA N'T.
. ra-.iy e .' .
'Li.il 1 .! l ". aver.
:. n-.y. pMvn.--.lo
lowc-t ra; j
unlnc. ), i o' :n
bank build. ng.
ptione weest liS.
i , t uai Liiu n i 1 .."I.; .ti.i
ill. l'ei;.lf a a.N't ji a
New phone 5i0J; oil
It 1b In time of sudden mishap or
accident that Chamberlain's Unlraent
can be relied upon to take the place of
the family doctor, who cannot always
be found at the moment. Then it 13
that Chamberlain's Liniment ia never
found wanting. In cases of sprains,
cuts, wounds and bruises Chamber
lain's Liniment takeB out the soreness
' and drives away the pain. Sold by all
All the news all the time The Argua.
for your coal, potatoes, clothing,
fall and winter supplies, house
cleaning, taxes for anything.
We will make It easy for you
to get money if you win cali 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. QalelL, private
on furniture, pianos live
stock or any personal property
Our fifty week plan: 60 cents Is
the weekly payment on a $25
loan. Any amount up to $100 in
the same proportion.
Call, phone or fill out this
blank and mall to us. Loans made
anywhere with. a 40 miles of Dav
PRIVATE AND RELIABLE.
TTrLCE57 Lcina Co,.
21 Brady Street.
Old phone north 2425
Wedne&uay ar.d Saturday
FOR SALE CITtf PROPERTY
I"OR SALE Eight-room house, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth avenue;
easy terms. Inuuir at residence.
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
easy terms. Inquire Charles Ullemey
er, druggist. 634 Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE For $2,000. a five-room
house, partly modern; corner lot, near
school and street car; at 132S Thirty
sixth street. I
FOR SALE A seveu-room house, with
furnace, gas, and bat a; lot (ius.29; a
gooo chance for somebody; Jloa Sev
FOR SALE Flve-room house, on Sev
enteentn and Aiken streets; price $1.
IH'O cash. Apply L. F. Robinson, 1710
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
hat above, lo.-ated at i.'tt turn ave
nue, inquire, ti. TUoun, lw I'wenly
eigiith street, city.
FOK SALE: A IC-room h . use, tn nice
location, wltn all mud -. conveui
ences; on car line. in v. re at ui
FOR SALE Flue east fr. lo: n
Twenty-sixth street beitx.ii btveu
teentu and klgnteenth avenues.
C::uries Ullemeyer. uruggiat.
FOR SALE Lots in Island View Heights
audition; finest In the city; ask lor
prices and terms. C- S. McDaniel, iu2
Satety building, Rock Island.
FOR SALE Or for rent, a modern six
room house on Fifteenth avenue and
Tmrtieih street. Inquire L. Klcn,
Thirtieth street and rtlteenlh ave
nue. FOK SALE A nice building lot, con
enienl to arsenal or Moime, and one
block from school house; one
block frotn Elm street car Hue; will
sell at cost if tuken soon. (Jail 933
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twtllth and seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance in five
; year. vy. KODinson. i4o tticn-
j mona street. Pnone west Ilb5-K.
OK BALii At lst Fifteenth street,
east Hunt lacing Long View park.
' seven-room muuem con age, with Datu
and lurnace. 18,000; oue-naif casu,
easy itrnis for uoaauco; renia for j
IVe'i SAl-n. Lota cn S;xta and Seventn
streets, between l ouiteemn auu tui&tk
tettili avenue; cement va,is; easy
w fining uistauce of west eua :'jctor
les, le'.ni, sniiil payment uowu. bal
ance oil your own terms. Inquire o:
J. G Scneueruian, AiUO Sixtu sireeu
FOR SAI. E A six-room two-story
rqhare House, built abfut six moniiis;
it had furnace, bain, electric iignt,
yas, cvri..-iiteil I'eliar, reception na.i.
alio cuiuiiilis; can g.ve inuiicviiat,
p..ss' ssii.ii ; i.nts foi" $2.". rnontn;
j.ri, e iJ.U'ej; lerics it desired. ji. K .
'.N aiK'.r, Ufcent:
n ISCLM.A E tt t S
VI. E A hard coal otovc
ij Twenty-sixth slreet.
FOR SALE Toys, notions, iind dry
goods. i e.'z Co., 20 11 Fourth av e-
W ANTED T ea in s
u... y or thu ton
c-ial by t!ie
FOiC SALE An oak heater ii.t. dlu:i.
:.;ii, ei.od ad new, a: 1215 Knv.-ntii
l.U e. t.
E T .vii good c5:-ait horses .
1 pa-:kl!i conii ji .y, 2j2 .
. en ne.
1 wo seco i, d
L .-JAi.i". Gcll C.-'.a .-:r.:iti . : 1 1 ;.
i I' i fei-..:.s. o.d anu ".u..,,, a', .i u.9
unt. iriq ..iie J. ii. Juji ri, .ira.
ii .1 he lrc
oft ' oal b-irri'-r, al v i-
.. S' t, M. p. lily p-.i
1 ':-i2 Tl.'.rty-tliith stre-. t.
OK SALE Ijiid:r. Dixl2. suitabb
for I.onse. M. Ti.&rnpson, Eieveath
a:.d iiraji.ar strtets, suutu Rock is-
FOR BALK Cheap, an uprlgnt piano,
oak caw; good as r.e .v. inqaire i-or-ticl.i
ttleet. second lionbe nuJta o:
for sale Pine and oak kindling and
lurnace wood by Kahike Bros. Phone
west ii. $3.5i per load, delivered. No
orders delivered on huh
FOR SALE Motor boat; 20-foot; two
cylinder engine; ail in good running
order. JS5. Address 'R. E. S .," sl'j
Harrison street, Davenport.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a 1311 Hal
laday five-passenger car. M. il.
Wlioner, Wlicher s garage, lil-i
Fourtn avenue. Pnone west 394.
FOR SALE Or trade, moving picture
s:.o.v or moving picture outnt. com
plete; must (r.l, owner leaving city;
price very cneap 11 taken al once.
Pnone west li:jj-K.
FOR SALE Sweet fresh apple elder;
can snip it tne same aay it is made,
orders taken for Ij gai.ons and up.
12 rs cents per gail -in. AUdress Cnarics
11. li.na--in. Gcneseo, 111.
FOR SALE A sever.-passcr.ger tocir
n:g car. in good conOllior., could be
made ir.io delivery car very eas.ly,
a snap if taken at once. Pr.one west
1214 .or cat! at 215 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE A malleable steel rang',
urt-d bit little; r-.rst cos: $5. g jt a tor
f.-. and a tit fo.ding bed. complete.
$i0. First house east of Twe.ftn
street on Brasnar sireet. South Rock
j MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Superflu-
neatly removed wltu one to six t
neeelies; four u six hours' work
Li.tr ue.ireu Ad - .
,1". f!: i'rlr.iE7 T11 imade. Try them. You'll see. 50 cent I
le ia, trady street, Daves- i ,, . . I
Old pnone ii. j at all drurglsts,
FOR LE LA5DS
FOR SALB An bo-acre tarin. near ail
vls; a bargain. Reidy Broa
FOR SALE 190 acres land; fine Im
provements; near Taylor Ridge; a
bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Fruit farm, six acres;
grood house and barn; about 12 miles
from Rock Island; price reasonable.
Call Britton. 943 Twenty-first street.
Pnone west 1267-I-
FOR SALE 160-acre firm, 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. H. K Walker,
FOR SALE Several improved farma In
Worth county. Iowa. These farma are
level, black soil; none more than
four miles from railroad. Prices
ranging from $70 to $o per acre.
These farms ara ail bargains. Wil
liam Jennings. Rock Ulaud house.
FOR SALE Or exchange, desirable 80
acro unimproved farm In the dairy
belt 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-cltis. For particulars address
"B. 200," care Argus, or apply 2182
Ninth street. Rock Island.
Estate of Harry Gallcrman. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Harry Gallerman. late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notli? that
she will appear before Hon. Benjamin
; lit 11, judge or the probate court oi bock
I Island coutitv. at the probate court
I room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
i December term, on the first Monday in
! December next, at which time nil per
! pons havir.g claims against said estate
I are notified and requested to attend for
I the purpose of having the same adjust
i ed. All persons Indebted to said estate
jure requested to make Immediate pay
' mer.t to the unders! trued.
Dated third day or October, A. D. 1911.
JENNIE OALLERMAN. Executrix.
Marlon E. Sweeney, attorney.
! - ;
RR0UGHT HIS TOOTHBRUSH.
But Saint-Saens, tho Composer, Didn't
Shock Parisian Society.
The Crl de Paris told the following
ptory of SalDt-Saeria. the composer: A
rare visitor to Paris, be Is on his visit
much sonpht after an a social lion. One
lady succeeded In persuading him to ac
cept tin invitation to dinner, promising
to sond to fetch him and also to deposit
hini at Lis door when he left, his only
stipulation tielns that he should be al
lowed to make his adieu at 10 o'clock.
The son of his hostess was dispatch
ed in pood time and found M. Salnt
S:iens in a vlret coat seated before his
piano. He rose at once, however, and
itsked for ten tuimues to dress, ct the
end of which he appennil. tyln? his
white crnvat. As he was Khtittirg his
door I '-hitrd him he ejaculated:
;ioi prncious! One minute more!
I have forgotten my toothbrush!"
Tt. vomit: man. to his amazement.
pjivv his most dire into his dresslni;
r-or:i rMid re-nripenr with a toothbrush,
whicri he put hiwy In !;is breast pock
et On srrirl-ir; h dsie he toid his moth
er, wfY lo 'n.nie iiti, .'isin.-ns lnforrri'Mj
de''M!-l.f 1 S to
-or v.;is tf-!;5ir i
wh:it !;o t:n al com-
do m i; ii his toot h
1 o'l hi :u ( lirt,ut;Li
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) ':.- l.ii.-iT t:l::.-s.
; .-: lit la'U
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'J"-ie j ii-:.ey !,-):;.- wi.4 w'ttioip lncl
0 ; t. '. ' !." i !'',- ro:'chi-d tin i. . is.
J! tUii' Si.ciis t'. : i -I y i.fTeri'ii 'o -ii.r:
ha'. 'Is and uy 'ol nlshl. Curiosiiy
win too stroii?, though, for the youth,
"Kxcuse me. rnalter. but I should so
tnnch like to know why you so par
ticularly wanted to take your tooth
brush with you." i
"Oh. my young friend
Saen. "it U very simple
rery stiff, nr.d 1 always b
in turning tbe key. So I b?w pans the
handle of tny toothbrush In thv ring of
the key and turu It easily. Volla!"
Dark Stars. ,
Scattered through spae are Innn
rr.ernble stars that pive forth very lit
tle I!pht or heat. Either they were
never at any period of thr-lr history
bright and flowing- like the myrlnd
stars that make the midnight ky so
bori'itiful or In the course of counties
ay-s the beat they once pessi:l has
rr.dlfifd nwny from flioni Into Ih'i
depth of fiarn, and now they are. a
tbdr came d'-scrlbes them, "dark
Is t'e Vorld Growing Better?
Many tb'czs go to prove that it Is
The way thousands are trying to help
oilers 1-; pr'f. Among th'.in is Mrs.
W. W. GoIl cf Pittsfield. N H. Find
In? goo henliii by taking Electric
Hitters, the r.ow cdvlaes other suf
ferers everywhere to take them. rTor
years I suffered with stomach and kid
ney troublo," Ehe writes. "I-ivery medi
cine I used faikd till I took Electric,
Bitters. But this great remedy helped !
They'll help ajiy wo- i
man. They're the best tonic and fin-;
'-Et liver ana Kidney remedy tnats ,
TRTO LODGE. NO. 67. A. F. A A. it.
Meet In stated communication
the first Thursday
. T., t n P itrB
month at 7: SO p. tn.
of Carlton O. Taylor, w. M
B. Petttt. secretary.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Regular freight and passenger serv
ice between Hock Island and vjulucy,
Kr HsmsIIs aad Harllngta, lew.
ss4 Way 1'vlata.
Steamer Helen Blair leave Rock Is
land every Monday. V edneaoay and
1- riday at 4 p. in. Closs connection msat
at Burlington for Keokuk. Iowa, and
yulncy. ill. Round trip fares, inciudlug
meals and berth, to Burlington, $; tt
Kei auk. $6.5o; to ejuiucy, .
fruaUay Allrnooa Trip t Mnacatlaa
Steamer Helen Blair leaves every Bun
day at $ p. m. lor Muscatine and re
turns al 10:30 p. in. Kouud trip 69
tenia. Supper served on boar a lbs uotc.
i-or rates and inloi matlon apply
RALPH W. LA4iO.il, Agent.
Dock, loot ot Nlnsteeutu streak. KOOk
Island. Hi. Pboues weal Its and wast
HENRV GAEiUJhi Proprietor Cblp
p.auock nursery. Cut uowers and
aesigus of an amda City store, ls7
SecouU aveuu. itiafiuuun AAW
CONTHAC'lOlll A!U BLILUERaV.
ConnaciOi' and Diuiuer.
14o4 llicliUionU cin uex,
Hulk 14 Land, HL
Fhouo West 1106-K.
rjota Wlk & Co
Manufacturers of Bash. Doora. Pllnda
and Btalra Interior nn.sh of all klndav
Hardwood Veneer Flooring, and deal
ers in Glass. Ill sua 38 Elgmeeuitt
F1HU ISSl'HAt fc.
ClLfLrilcs It.. ltod3a
(The Beat la the ChaapasL
FIK& LIFE. LIGHTNING AND WLNIJ
Ofaca. 1721 Third avenue. Rates
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
A two- story house in South
Rock Island on lot C 3x1 50. In
first class shape, good barn, all
j kinds of fruit.
To sell quick at . . . $1,700
HU83ARD & TOWN
40 5 Bett Building
f T- 1. O O O
Rock Island, 111.
' -t uil J
V. hon ynti con rnrrov ricncy private
ly at tl.ore chenp r:i?R:
$10. oo return 2".p n w.-;k.
JCO.'iO rr-'n:n 50c n W(:ok,
$'. .'i'J roii.rii 7tc a week.
$.'.0.0') icthiti Jl.i;;. a viti lt. '
All other mo n ut.-i in pr fortiori.
SALAKV Li;A.-; )'i: i-l'l.'lALTT.
A.. it io.iri:-. in f,;:i li,ro and piat.os.
CITIZENS' LOAN CO
Koora i, Mr-Kinr.ls blk I'houo V-utl
11S7. lo h r-"t. iui! 4lh Ave.. Moiins
replied Saint-; Kl
'1 Justo LitUe
Is crtainly nobody's
business but your own.
So when you wish to
1 orrow on furniture or
Phone, write or call
You are nothing if you
Open Wednesday and Satur
day evening until W o'c.ock.