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THE ROCK ISIIAXD ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1911.
Argus Branch Offices
for the accommodation of its patrons
In various parts of the city. The Arfu
haii established a system of branch of
fices, where subscriptions and want ad
vertising may be received and any In
formation left that may pertain to any
department of the paper, newi or busi
It Is also planned to hare at each
of these branch offices mrr evening;
a supply of copies of The Arras of the
day, so that any subscriber who may
nave failed under any circumstances to
receive his paper, be supplied free of
The Argus' chain of branch offices
to not yet entirely completd. but those
that have so far been established axe
J. J. Klpp's notion store, 4505 Fifth
H. .E Rowe's pharmacy. 4118 Four
Rless' drug store. Twenty-seventh
street. Seventh avenue.
Uliemeyer's drug- store. Eleventh avs
nue. Fifteenth street.
Ocorge W. Millhouse. conf eetionetry,
608 Fourth avenue.
Mrs. London's notion store. Seventh
street. Fourteenth avenue
Helmbeck's pharmacy, 922 Third ave
nne. FOR REXT ROOMS
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at bzi Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT A modern furnished room
at 411& Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 807 Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with
bath and heat, at 229 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room at
1222 Fourth avenue. Old phone west
FOR RENT A furnished room, central
ly lorated. Apply at 1683 Seventh av
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for lisrht housekeeping at 615 Twenty
FOR. HK-VT-ilod-rn furnished rooms.
with l.oaifi if desired, at IV'J Twenty- i
ccond street. j
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping and sleeping rooms at 219 H
FOR R FT NT Modern furnished rooms;
also liirht housekeeping rooms; at
282'; Filth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room with mod
ern conveniences and steam heat at
lttOT Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern l'ght housekeep
ing roonm, n-wly papered and paint
ed. Call at 25,06 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Three rooms, with gas j
xiove. aown stairs, at 734 Fourteenth
street. Inquire all Kleventn street.
FOR RENT Two upstairs and three
downstairs furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 1525 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
'ritrally located. Inquire 412 Nine
teenth street, opposite public library
FOR RENT Furnished room, strictly
modern; (renfleman preferred; refer
ences exrharifreu; at 1129 Seventeenth
FOR RENT Strictly modern furnished
sleepl'itc rooms, with board if d-sired.
at 11"4 First avenue. I'hone west
FOR RENT A large modern rurnlshed
room. In private family; board If de
sired; reiit very reasonable; 14
FOR R ENT
LHrae. nicely furnished!
modern room in excellent locality,
suitable for one or two gentlemen, at
1102 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished room, with
board; modern conveniences; price
reasonable; good locution; 1127 Sec
ond avtnue. Phone 1230-K.
FOR RENT Four modern rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished, with laundry
privileges, within one door of car line.
Inquire 324 Eleventh street.
FOR RENT A strictly modern fur
nished room; references exchanged;
breakfast served If desired. Call
mornings at 1105 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR KE JIT UOl'SE
FOR KENT Five-room cottage at 1213
Eleventh street. Inquire 1215 Elev
FOR RENT A six-room modern house.
Inquiie 1112 Twelfth ttreet. Rent
T asotia ble.
Foit KENT Six-room modem house at'
!';34 Fourteenth street, inquire 23o7 ;
FOR KENT Six -room modern house
at 1634 Fourteenth street. Inquire
2.107 Fifth avenue.
For RENT Three-room house at 632
Twenty-second street. Inquire 530
ITr 77rTr.r '
rOK KENT Hve-rooni modern house)
at bli Twenty-sixth street. Inquire I
... Seventeenth street.
ru nt. i i.ower nan or Z51& rirtn-and-a-hnif.
avenue, four rooms. In
quire 232 Fifth avenue.
FOR It K NT -Seven-room house at 1020
First avenue. Inquire Hubbard Ac
Ton:.. 4"'. lost building.
FOR KENT Four-room modern house,
with basement, at 2708 Seventh ave
nue. Phone north 262-L
FOR KI'NT - Seven-room house at 1614
Tweifm street, all modern. Inquire
i A ". iMinlap nt L S. Mct'iibe V Co.
FOR KENT Modern eight -room house
Ht Fight n -and -;i-half avenue. In
quire lust i;ouse wot of above num
ber FOU RUNT A fHe-room cott.igf; has
ai'r. w. r. ..r:.t fur cooking.
Itiqu.re at Sm'S i Kti.-und-a-half ave
FoK HK.NT- Seven ro' in house at 61g
Klcter, 1 1: stret. h.-s c;v wster. In
qu:re .it ." ztt t S:xUnll; street after
: t r.i.
1 : o::i car 1
Jt ve;; .;c.
A fojr-roora house; water,
K s light; or.e-l-.alf block
n . li.u. ;iic It'll Lirventii
FOK KrINT Hous-s;
insurance. 1714 -.,
Inquire at Wll
real estate and
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ire ! i
or H.-.triis ey
tt etilii sin et.
c iaiie s. on Kigh-
i oni car
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i.t.e. l:i.4uire lIs
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cr:: : :iy.
- Fi'jr-room cottage at Tl'S
re t. Inquire at R dd;g
ny. 1!2 Tf.irl avenue, or 1117:
.ivtii:if. enl::trs. j
i.3 Ir ... i
i a.l ol i i h
ix-ro-'in house; gas and
at 619, Ninth street; rent !
at 2 Eleventh street, or :
h-:ise. five rom.
..i.r ii. r.:.il. j-a;: i ry . oitc
c i:er.t hit wat.-r p. .ml;
men t. ;
Ml F. rt;
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lin.-: il . . :
r. ire-r"om house ar'd
t; 1 ' acre lot; . n car
nnd i'ra.ihir ?trp.-t. I n -1'
-. :.i v -. . i. ; h :-.-ei.
FOP. R::vT E:gM-ro. m modern ho ise ,
at Tv.-e.ny-l.-urt h street . rer.t
l.-.q ;':- at Ii'lS N'li.tn aei.u. or write .FOR
lti.r VfUfr. Milan, care Paul Jahn.
" 'It RENT Ar. almost uw seven-room
ir.odTrr. iiou. with l-i'.h ar.d hot wa- .
t - r. ;n rrst cl.is c-ndii-'on. l.-cted on '
tiie blufl. Address ".." cut Argus.'
WJlTTED BKAUE HELP
WANTED At once, six house to house
salesmen; straight salary. 12 to S3 60
per day; pay three times a week;
work is pleasant, as all go along to
gether In one crew; we are traveling
south: transportation paid for men
who make good. Call between 5 and
S p. m. at 1801 Fourth avenue. En
trance on Thirteenth street.
WANTED Good solicitors at Bartlett
Bros., 1118 Third avenue.
WANTED A reliable boy 1 years of
age. Apply Hudson & Collins, 1018
WANTED Cabinet makers, at once.
Call at Bennett Organ company. Forty-fourth
street. Rock Island. IU.
WAfTED Toung men to sell goods on
Rock Island trains. Apply John J.
Oreer News Stand. Rock Island depot.
WANTED At ones, plasterers: must be j
capable or doing cement plastering.
Apply at Rock Island postoffice build
ing. WANTED Four house to house sales
men, straight salary and transpor
tation. 6 to 8 p. m. Apply Hotel
Harms, room 18.
WANTED A good, all round, reliable
engineer for running contractor ma
chinist. Apply to A. E. Horst. at Root
&. Van Dervocrt Engineering com
pany. East Moline. 111.
WANTED Men to learn the best busi
ness In the world the barber trade.
An army of our graduates running
shops send for help. Qualify for these
positions. Few weeks required. Write
Mpler Barber college, Chicago, 111.
WANTED Able bodied men for the V.
8. marine corps, between the ages of
It and 85: must be native born or
have first papers; monthly pay 816 to
$6; additional compensation possi
ble: food, clothing, quarters and med
ical attendance free; after 30 years'
service can retire with 75 per cent of
pay and allowances; service on board
ship and ashore in all parts of the
world. Apply at U. H. Marine Corps
Recruiting ofnee. State Bank build
ing. Rock Island.
WASTED KEKAXE HELP
WANTED A jflrl to do general house
work at 240? Eighth avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Apply 1524 Ninth avenue.
WANTED A housekeeper; young wo
man preferred. Address J. E. Braz-
mer. Cable. 111. i
WANTED Good reliable girl to do gen
eral housework. Apply at 1S29 Fourth
WANTED A reliable girl to do general
housework In a family of three grown
perrons. Apply at 1M3 Nineteenth
street. Phone west 907.
WANTED Young lady, experienced as
assistant bookkeeper, with local man
ufacturing concern. Address reply in
handwriting, plvii.g references. Ad
dress "B. It.." care Argus.
WANTED At once, three lady solici
tors; straight salary, 81. CO to $2.50
per day: pay three times a week;
work pleasant, as all go along to
gether in one crew; easy seller, fail
between 1:30 and f. p." m. at 1301
Fourth avenue. Entrance on Thir
WAN1EU M l OK FEMALE.
WANTED Cliiiken pickers; steady
work; come at or.ee. Iowa Creamery
company, Oxford Junction. Iowa.
-VVr.rk bv the day In- reliable
OM phone west 694-Y.
A dd rffs
Several furnaces to
'X. T. Z.." care Argus.
WANTED Boarders and roomers;
home cooking; 803 Second avenue.
WANTED Sewing and all kinds of
dressmaking at 14"5 Fourth arenue.
WANTED Boarders and roomers in !
home at 809 Forty-second
WANTED Dressmaking, also ladies'
tailored skirts made. Mrs. C. X. Rosa,
1322 Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Phone
west 4 89.
WANTED By gentleman, modern fur
nished room, centrally located; ref
erences exchanged. Address "S. K..,"
WANTED To buy, a double bed and
spring, with or without mattress;
give price when answering. Address
Hut 458. city.
YVANTEIV A five or six-room furnished
lioiise, centrally located; must havi
g.is or electri - light, bath, and sewer.
Address "C. It.." care Argus.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly called foi and deliv
ered. Mrs. Luella 1' liter inn ton. 144
Fourteenth street. Old pUoue west
WANTED Grade and high school stu-
dents or working bovs and girls, who
desire a tutor In anv line of studv.
,-u'l at i515 Seventh avenue. Rock
WANTED After Jan. 1, tutor in Eng
lish, two evenings each week, by
young lady with two years' high
school education. Address "Tutor,"
WANTED Woman of good education
and pleasing manner for special work
of a dignified character; profitable
and permanent. Address "E. L P.,"
WANTED --- Position by experienced
st' nographer and bookkeeper. Phone
WAXTKD Position by lady stenogra
jir: eight years' experience, book
k" prr. N. !"." t are Argus
WASTKD Position In store or restaur
ant, by boy IT years old. with fair
education, slrons. not afraid of work.
Address "Mov." 15 1; fixtii avenue.
Ko. k Island.
FOIt ItENT FLATS.
;i x -room
even u -.
fiat; inq-iire at
FOR RENT A four-room steam heated
f.at. Inquire at lilir.ols tt.tta.tre.
FOR RENT S;x-room flat; gas
city wMter. at
i4 iMr.th street.
nu:re at 4J
FOR KENT IIOISES.
FOK KENT SSevn-room house, oi.e
acre of ground, good we-1. c-jster:!.
and barn, at ilS seventeenth elreel.
ir.CiUire liui Seventeenth street.
FOR REM MISCXLLA.IEOl'S
FOR RENT In Robinson bnt'dlcg.
lighted omces; all conveniences, in
cl-dmg elevator service, roomy vaults.
etc.; one cnolce sa.te with large pri
vate vault. Apply roa i.q. f. ii
FOK KENT Ram rli!rb' f. r t.n! or
firikit"-; go'Ki locaii r. I':.:.e IZ2-J-K.
or call 1 1 7 Second a vi-nur?.
FOR RENT A "tort, with living rooms , i
in rear. Call old rh .nr west UC4-K- ii
Inouire 1022 Twelfth avenua
RENT Fine fojr-storv build, r.g.
xritn I'asement. just teir.t,- compieti-i
f l ire ro.-m t'rst rVv.r. La. an- e '.r
l-.to C4 roi'ir.s; fUy ec, .i; i. j.;ri t:
Eii -i rn. One of the t.:, t i. ., :-..:.
l-i t e city C S. HoDar.sel. 70i t'aft v
bui.ding. Rock L-ij.i.d, IU.
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FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE Five-room house, on Sev
enteenth and Aiken streets: price $1
000 cash. Apply L, F. Robinson, 1710
FOR SALK At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located at I73 Fifth ave
nue, inquire E. Taonn. i0 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Lots In Island View Heights
addition; finest In the city; ask for
price and terms. C. S. McDanlel. 5u2
Safety building. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Six-room house, asd lot
40xl4u leet. at 1522 Twenty-sixth
street; three blocks from cur ilne;
owner leuviiig city; will sell cheap.
Inquire on property.
FOR SALE Brand new two-room cot
tage, or, fine corner lot in west end;
oily water. Ftnet rar; JaOO; iii.staii
mvi.ls. H. A. WeM. ufiKe phone
wist H70; resilience, 1277-X.
FOR PALIl i-even-room modern house,
in Edewood park, two blocks from
Seventn avenue; at riht price and
terms to suit. I'hone 1775-K, or call
at IZvi Fourteenth street.
FOR SALE A nice building lot. con
venient to arsenal or .Uoiin'W xnd one
block from school hoiit cne
block fix J Elm street cir llu"; will
sell at r,s'i if taKcii soon. Call iii'i
Seventeen? a street.
FOR SALE Lots in South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and seventeenth streets; on
easy terrib; $25 down. ua!ance In five
years. E. W. Robinson. 1454 Hlca
mond street- I-hune west 116",-K
FOR SALE At 1608 Fifteenth street.
east front facing Long View par,
seven -room modern cotikce, with bath
and furnace; J3.0J0; one-naif cun,
easy terms for balance; rents for 32o
fer tnualh. F. K iiuoida, Kub
FOI EALt axils on Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth and Eigh
teenth avenues; '-ement walks; easy
wr,amg distai.ee of west end factor
ies; terms, smill payment oowrj. bal
ance oiv your own terms, inquire of
J. G bcheuermau. 1700 Six in street
AtSTUtfrS OK TITLB.
AB.Sl'itACis of title prepared or con
tinued to date coveting any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Island Title Abstract com
pan) ; J. J .Ingram, president; W. J.
Ewteney, secretary; 200-2U3. second
floor, PeopU-s Nutional bank bujij
lnT. multiple electrolysis.
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one to six
needles; four to six hours' work in
one with six needles. Address Miss
A. M. Klttridge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats,
Brady street, Davenport. old phone
MONEY TO LOA.1.
LOANS t-. iumnure. pianos, horses,
wagons, etc Quickly, privately, at the
lowest rates. Mutual Loan company
(unlnc. ), room 411. peoples aNilonal
bank building. New phone 61u; old
phone west lit.
Food for Thought
food for work fool for both
brain and muscle that's the
k!nd we eurrly in onr delicious
Eourlsblcg toae-m&ie bread.
Tbe strengtt-bulldlug power
of gcod wheat bread is won
derful. But the Hour must be
carefully selected and the
bread properly baked so that
tl.e nutritive e!ea.ents are
easily assiclia? ed.
We are careful on these
Try orr.e of our home-made
F'eroche, Peanut Candy ajid
1710-171S Second Avenue
Q OM l'hune West 150.
FOR SlI.E MISCia,l.irEOT;S
goods at 1402 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR SALE A light oak dresser, fine
mirror, price 35. Inquire 715 Fif
FOR SALE Household furniture of
live-room fiat, at a bargain, at 226 Vs
FOR SALE Cheap, heating stove and
range. Call at 624 Twenty-second
treet. or plior.e 694-L.
FOR SALE Cheap, a good Whitney
orfan. Inquire at 1120 Eleventh av
enue. Old phone west Iti46-Y.
FOR SALE Gold Cola strain of Buff
Orpingtons, old and young, at a dis
count. Inquire J. B. Joseph. Sears.
FOR SALE 24 -Inch Round Oak heat
l::g stove, suitable for store or shop
room. I'hone 13tt ,or call at 1524 S
FOR SALE Entire stock of toys, no
tions .and dry goods; must be sold;
call and get bargains. Trefs &. Co.,
2ull Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE $100 Columbia concert
graphaphone, in good condition; large
horn aud 230 records; for J4o. Call at
925 Eleventh avenue.
FOR SALE Pine and oak kindling and
f urnace wood by" Kahlke Bros. Phone
vest H. $3.!j0 per load, delivered. No
orders delivered on hill.
FOR SALE Five-passenger Cadillac;
m;i'J 7,5"0 miles; complete equipment,
electric lights, absorbers; lirsi class
condition. P. O. Box 4. Rock Island,
FOR SALE Building, 13x12. two stor
ies, built last Alarm, would make
ood house. M. Thompson, Eleventh
and lirabliur streets. Watch Tower
FOR SALE At a reduction, complete
course of show card writing with the
International Correspondence school.
Call orniiigs at 530 1-3 Brady street,
I ;tVeI;pol t.
FOR SAI.E On account of illness, an
extra good paying boarding house,
with potatoes, fruit and canned goods
in the cellar for winter; 40 steady
boarders. Address "it. O.,' care this
FOR SALE A soft coal hot blast stove,
also Rock Island wood stove, good as
i.w. inquire of John Sighemund.
Sevenu ..tli street. South Rock Is
land, or address Box iioz. Seventeenth
street. South Rock Island.
FOR SAL. IS LANDS
FOR SALE An bO-acre farm, near ail
vls; a bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE i0 acres land; Qua im
provements; near Taylor Ridge; a
bargain. Keidr Bros.
FOR SALE: Several improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa. These farms are
level, black soil; none mora than
four miles from railroad. Prices
ranging from $70 to t&O per acre.
These farms are all bargains. Wil
liam Jennings, Rock Is land house.
FOR BALE Or exchange, desirable 80
acre unimproved farm in the dairy
belt of Wisconsin, three-fourths mile
to village, school, creamery, and rail
road stailon; will sell on easy terms
or exchange for small property in
trl-cltles- For particulars address
B. 2oo," care Argus, or apply 2132
Ninth street. Rock Island.
torneys-at-law. Office In Ruck Island
National bank bulid:ng.
6EAKLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms 302 and 101. Safety
building. Rock Island, I1L
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business; corporation,
probate anC real estate law; til Peo
ple's Bank building. Phone west 4.
WALKER. INGRAM SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms 200
103. People s National bank building.
McENlRT MeENIRT Attorneys-,t-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collectlona References, Mitch
ell & Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell
At Lynde building.
A. L RAT Attorney: practice In all
courts: money to lend on good real
estate security; advice to ladies free
every Thursday from 1 until 1 o'clock
p. m. Office 407 Safety building. Rock
Island. IlL Residence. 312 Fifth
street. Stocks of all kinds bought and
WANTED A few smail investors to
Join me in forming small company to
farm 100 acres of best Irrigated Land
In Texas near San Antonio. Land will
produce $400 or more clear pront per
acre yearly. Owner will accept por
tion of the crops for half cf purchase
price of land. Excellent chance for
safe and profitable Investment. Full
Information furbished. Address R T.
Barge, general delivery. Kara a City.
liENRT GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp
pianock nursery. Cut Cowers and
designs of ail kir.da. City store. 167
fc-ecord avenue, xcienone Ilia,
lost aitd rovmt
FOUND Tuesday, Nov. 14. brindle and
white bull dog. Phone west S57, one
LOST On Second avenua or In a street
car. child's silver fox neckpiece. Re
ward for return to Argus.
LOST Scotch collie dog belonging to
John T. Stafford. 1043 Twenty-second
street. Old phone west 1124.
LOST A gold cuff button, engraved
with four-leaf clover. Return to si 6
Nineteenth street and receive reward.
LOST Gentleman's gold watch: mono
gram "E. G. D." Knoxvllle road, be
tween Milan and SherrardL Return to
Argus office for rewward.
LOST Between Twenty-third street and
Fourth avenue and court house, gold
beads with pendant. Reward If re
turned to 2811 Fourth avenue.
LOST 328 in currency, between Moline
Wagon company and Twelfth street
and Tenth avenue. Rock Island. Re
ward if returned to 1006 Twelfth
LOST On Seventeenth street, between
Second and Third avenues, a linen bag
with Initial "M." Finder keep mon
ey, and please return bag and other
contents to 405 Best building.
LOST A lady's hunting case gold
watch, between 745 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street and Third avenue and
Seventeenth street. Finder receive
reward for its return to above number
or this office.
THE Bankers' Life Association. Des
Moines. lows, furnishes protection at
actual cost. Office 219 Safety build
ing. Phone west 302. W. G. Xander,
PLEAS ENT F. COX Real Estate and
insurance. Loans a specialty. Beat
fire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 82, and
new SI TJ. Office at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, neaitn ana plate glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor,
Safety building. OfSce phone west
8B6. Residence phone 72S-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, ad
ministrators', gaurdlans. trustees' or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodges and
society officers; city, state or U. a.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleve
land, resident managers. Fidelity &
Deposit company of Maryland.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mall and Journal is
the only paper In Moline that can do
It for you. Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mall and Journal
wants bring results. One-ralf cent
per word It the price to ail alike,
cash !n advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mall and
Journal. Moline. 111.
CARD OF THANKS.
THE family of the late Mrs. Clara C.
Dick desire to express their thanks
to the many friends and neighbors
who assisted them during the sickness
and death of their beloved mother.
They also desire to thank those who
TAILOR AMI DRESS
MAKER. G. H. GRABBB.
Established 1902. Phone 788.
Smart tailored suits and gowns for all
Occasions. Exclusive and original de
Signs. Advanced styles and perfect fit
guaranteed. Fancy dressmaking and
tailoring taught. Corsets expertly fitted.
So. Putnam bulluing. Davenport. le
ARE you looking for a house or vacant
rooms? Then com in and see our
list. Nearly every vacant house in
the trl-cltles listed with us. No
Cbarge. Summerfleld's. 113-115 East
Socond street. lJavenvort.
GIPSY fortune telling; 1831 Fulton ave
EGYPTIAN PALMIST Tells past, pres
ent and future; advice given on bus
iness and family affairs; tells all
about love affairs. Call and consult
with her. Hours from 10 a. m. till 9
p. m. ; 617 Harrison street, between
Fifth and Sixth. Davenport.
Estate of Elizabeth Runge, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
EllXftbeth Runge. late of tlie county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the probate court of Rock Island
county, at the probate court room. In
the city of Rock Island, at the January
term, on the tlrst .Monday in January
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notliied
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to maka immediate payment to
Dated 26th day of October, A. D.
101. C. F. RUNGE.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Jacob Hauck. deceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned. Central Trust & Savings
Bank, executor or tne last will and
testament of Jacob liauck. deceased, j
has this day filed Its final report and set-I
tement ifs such in the probate court of
Rock Island oounty, and hearing on said
report has been set for Nov. 28, 1S11, at
V o'cock a. m., at which time persons :
Interested may appear and make objec- j
tior.s tr,reio. una ii no oojecuons are
filed, said report will be approved at that
time, and the undersigned will ask for
an order of distribution, and will also
ask to be discharged.
CENTRAL TRUST St SAVINGS BANK,
Executor of the Last Wlil and Testa
ment of Jacob Hauck. deceased.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
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Buns? Yna m
FOR SAI.E OR REJTT.
A modern ili-room nouse. Interior S
hardwood nnlsn. cement Tasement, In
Five-room brlf-k cottage, and one
frame house. Dearborn arenue, Souta
Five-room ho'ise, Strayer's Crojjfny.
FIve-rocra hous", Sears.
ISIS Second Avenue,
or Old Ftons 1247-T.
MRS. L. A. LORING. visiting hair
dresser, facial and scalp treatment,
manicuring, and chiropody. Phone
EXPRESS AND STORAGE.
RELIABLE STORAGE On first floor;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc Tents for rent. G.
Rc-essler A Co.. 208 Fifteenth street
Special rates for this month.
$10.00 Pay back $ .40 per week
$20.00 Pay back .SO per week
$40.00 Pay back $1.80 per week
$50.00 Pay back $2.00 per week
Every transaction confidential.
You borrow here without security.
Th same as your employer gets.
Money at his bank.
A call will satisfy you.
CITIZENS' LOAN CO
Room 6, McKinnle blk Phone Eaat
1187. 15th St. and 4th Ave.. Moline
Their Worth Hans on the Number of
Knots to tho Squar Inch.
For ages reaching far back into the
mists of antiquity, weaving haa been
the work of women, though the mod
ern factory of the west has brought
about changes In this respect. "In
the unchanging east weaving la, with
few exceptions, women's work. In
the Interior of Asiatic Turkey and In
Persia the patriarchal system still ex
ists and the sons brim; their wives
home to live. I have known, as many
as thirty-five persons to live in one
dwelling," writes Mrs. Eliza Dunn in
her book, "lings In Their Native
Land." "The mother-in-law is queen
of the household, and every morning
aaalgns to each woman and girl her
task for the day." Methods of work
ing as well aa patterns are traditional.
according to the same author, and
some designs are peculiar to special
families or tribes and become so fa
miliar that the older workers produce
them from memory.
The art of tying In the yarn has to
be learned very slowly. The young
er children are allowed to tie In only
one solid color on the plain back
ground, but when a girl becomes fair
ly expert she is allowed to make a
whole rug, and traces of individuality
may be looked for in her weaving.
The two elapses of rug, Turkish and
Persian, are distinguished by the kind
of knot In which they are tied, the
Ghlordes, or Turkish, the Senna, or
The number of knots to the square
inch is one of the tests of value of a
modem rug, and the fact that more
can be tied to the square inch In a
Persian than in a Turkish rug ac
counts for the greater fineness and
consequently greater costliness of the
First Used In tho Dark Ages to Guard
Food From Poison.
From the days whon our nncp.tors
took their food In their hand.4 and ate
It with as little ceremony as a dog
gnaws a bone to the present time of
elaborate dinners Is a long Btep, but a
gradual one. It was a number of cen
turies before dLshes of any kind were
used, and knives and forks as adjuncts
to eating are later still. The fear of
poison which, haunted the mind of
every person of quality during the mid
dle Bros gave rise to certuln curious
customs and even to certain supersti
tions. When dishes are now served
covered, it is understood that It is mere
ly for the purpose of keeping them
warm. This -was not. however, the
principal reason why they were serv
ed covered during the dark ages. It
was the fear that poison might be In
troduced into them surreptitiously be
tween the kitchen and the table where
they were to be served to the kings
or the lords or even to persons of infe
The covers were not removed till the
master of the house had taken bis
place. All dishes afterward nerved
were brought on the table In the same
manner. It was the custom originally
when the dishes were uncovered for
some of the servants to Crst partake
of them, but this custom was after
ward In part replaced by the Bervants
touching the food with one of several
objects which were regarded aa Infalli
ble preservatives against poison.
A Monumental Majority.
If one coald get the vote of those
who feel worse the day after a holi
day than they did the day before he
probably could be elected. Atchison I
Globe. . I
is often difficult. Not so if you're honest 2nd
come to us. We're liberal about making ;
loans. We'll loan you $15, more if you need it. -The
service is quick, quiet, and polite; rates .
and terms consistent with justice.
Mutual Loan Company
Peoples National Bank Euilding.
Oea Weiriaaday and Saturday evenings.
TKIO LODGE. NO. 87. A. F. A A. M.
Meets in stated communication
Jftho first Thursday of aach
v month at T:30 p. m. By ordet
of Carlton O. Taylor. W. M.: William
B. Pettlt. secretary.
Tn Best Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE. UQliTNQ AND WIMIi
OfSc. 17H Third avenue. Rate
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Regular freight and passenger serv
ice between Rock Island and Qulncjr.
For HswitlM sad Bartlasrtosu Iowa,
ui War Pelata.
Steamer Helen Blair leaves Rock Is
land every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday st 4 p. m. Close connection made
at Burlington for Keokuk. Iowa, and
Qulncy, 111. Round trip fares. Including
meals and berth, to Hurllngton. 4; to
Keokuk. fC.60; to Qulncy. Is.
Saaday Afteraooai Trip to Maaeatlns
Steamer Helen Blair leaves every Sun
day at 8 p. m. for Musoatlne and re
turns at 10:ld p. m. Hound trip
cents. Supper served on board the boat.
For rates and Information apply to
RALPH V. LAMONT, Agent.
Dock, foot of Nineteenth street. Rook
Island. 111. Phones west 1 ami wast
CONTRACTORS AND Bl'ILDEHB.
Contractor and Builder.
1434 lUchmond Street,
llx k UUnd, 111.
Phono West litt-K.
Manufacturers of Sash. Doors. Blinds
and Htatra. Interior Union of all kinds.
Hardwood Veneer Flooring, aud deal
ers In Ulass. til and 31 Eighteenth
A two- story house in South
Rock Island on lot 60x150. In
first class shape, good barn, all
kinds of fruit.
To sell quick at . . . $1,700
HUBBARD & T0NN
405 Best Building
Phone 333. Bock Island, IlL
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MONET TO LOAN.
PEOPLE'S LOAN CO.
Money for winter needs; loans on
your salary; loans on your plain note;
loans on your furniture.
Romember lis ns the tTar-e amftoyes
on weekly or monthly sutlarleu can -et
money on your plain note. 1'aymentK aa
low us $1 a week pays a (21 loan In
PEOPLES LOAN CO.
409 Lane Hldf?.. 1 xiven port, Iowa.
Phone North S674.
to a pair of Ramser's per
fect fitting; glasses. We
satisfy the majority of
people in this vicinity.
Why don't you do the right
thing by having us fit your
Opposlt" Harper Hon.