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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1912.
SET IS) RET (gETlCENTj tONT ChX (EVER. DRlKJCJ f WIHAtA (CLARET) , v (ILL. ICflOCK.) T- n?nr? f TYM A
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MT VWV Ls r-?JL M'GP? THAT PUT-THE- iJAi?
Argus Branch Offices
t . cpomniodilon of its patron I
In various parts of the, city. The Argus !
has established a avstcrn of branch of-
sine re subscriptions and want ad
verting mar l.e received and any in
formation left that may pertain to any
r,rwncni Dr xlim paper, news or bus!
ness It Is also planned to have at each
of these branc h offices every evening a :
supply of copies of The Argus of the I
dav. so that an , subscriber who may
have failed under any circumstances to
receive his paper, wiil be supplied fres
The Argiis chain of branch offlcas
Includes the folio wins;:
3- J. Kipp's notion store. 4 50 Fifth
H. E Rowe's pharmacy. 4111 Four
teen th avenue.
Rlcs' dru store. Twenty-seventh
'atreet. Seventh svenun.
Tllemeyer's drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth street.
, George w- Miilnouss, confectionery.
60'. Fourth avenue.
Mr. London's notion store. Seventh
str-et. Fourteenth avenue.
Heimbock's pnarmacy. Z1 Third ave
grocery, t?5 Eleventh
Rort-rt drug stora. Thirtieth street
and Firth avenue.
College pharmacy. Seventh avenue
lid Thlrty-eijchth street.
Olson groecry. Thirteenth avenue and
Thirtieth street. -
Ktelner drus; store, corner Fifth ave
nue nnd. Twenty-third street
FOR RRXT ROOMS.
H REST Light housekeeping rooms;
, 217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
.liBt-neepiria: si SU7 Third street.
'OH prVT v;.i , v '.
kuntieman only, at 1827 riixth avenue.
RENT Mod ern fnrriished room;
tith and phone; at Mo Twentv-fifth
HfK RENT F-:rr!hed
orii nodi rn home, nt
FOit RENT F.irrlehed rooms fcr Hirht
ioiiNekee;iii,i;: sewer Slid Kas; at 705
l ourth avenue.
i-OK Rf.NT-Entirely modern forntsh-
d room, wi'h or without h'mrd. at
'..11 Mllttl ave.nue.
1 OR HF.VT Nicely furnl-hed room,
with liourd If delrej. Ing-Jire 60s
' Twenty-fourth street.
Nicely furnished front
loom ,ui:-i nil rno.lrrn conveniences,
at Seventeenth street.
'H HEVT -Three furnished rooms for
UkIiI lin'iuk.i jiii if : jf;is. newer and
water; 1127 Third avenue.
FOt: RENT -- M..d.rn
room .also olnii !e r om
IiWT lie. I'l, lie Wct
f urnNhcd frort
nt 247 Elr'.;t!i
FOR RENT - - Newly furnMied sooth
room, ni'iilirn. sltum lii.i. ii-uatnahlv:
lMio TI.1M nvenue, 1'at No. 4.
FOR RFNT Modern f.irnihed front
room fuilehie for two: 711 Twenty
ninth street. Mil. ne went 1S6S.
For iikvt- I.igi-t
r.'.i : .','p!TiK r ,on
! l' nt i.T Si v. cr
F U KI-.NT Modern
sultnlile for light
11. 'i.Miitl-x- p-vi-liih
furiilhi'il rooms. I
huiisek. eplnir, at i
lll Fourteenth-and-a-half Btrc-t.
F'R RENT Furnished rooms. k:ib
l.eeih .not wateer I eat. etc. Opposite
curt house; 21T Klltim.rt street.
l oll KEN 1" - Modern furtiltn d ro..m st
I 'of, Kourtrenth and-a-hslf str.et:
refere-ricen i icliBi.iit'd n ,.f ,.l...,.
R RENT All modern furnished I
ooms In KOnA location, at 141 Fifth-'
venue, inquire evonlngs.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished Kteani
heated rooms at 1611V Second ave
nue, FOR KENT Modern nic ly furnish..!
front rooms, kitchen prlvlligs. at
1225 Fourth avenue. Call alter 1
FOR RENT Modern newly f uriilnhe-d
rooms, suitable for gentlemen, g ,d
i-'canon. Aauress Koonis. ceire
A ra us.
F'R RENT Modern steam-heated fur-
rlsi.ed rooms, reasonable, at 322 S
Twentieth street, over .Modern Tea
FOK KENT Furnished large front
room, strictly modern, suitable for
two. use ef phone and bath, at 696
Twenty-fourth street. i
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with
use of phone and hath: gentlemen
referred; rent 12 end up. inquire
2 Feeurteenth street.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light houa keeping at I n
Twenty-first street 1't.rtlcs with
children need not apply.
FOK RENT Two unfurnished reeoms. !
sekecDln. at Twee v . xth I
l;;.'"e';kn.C'ttwo"lc.r lh,eiWC,1, ",Xt" !
FOR RENT Two nicely f
front rooms, with all modern
lences. In private family
preferred; at 12uO Sixth
VfU UL'VT T - m ,1 - - . I - V. -
rooms "for llaht housekeenin
1 1 1 1 Third avenue. Rosenfleld
apartments. Reference's required.
RENT Modern furnished room.
od l.walion: use of phone and
ha' '.; rent reasonable; at !'24 Sev
enth avenue Phone west 1260-Y.
FOR ltNT Large well furnished
s.vith r"m; hot water, telephone;
.rn or two gentlemen: $3 per week;
9.0; Fiftc. i.tii street Phone lt33.
Fort KENT Furnished Mm. all mod
ern suitable for two, with or without
bo.. rd. Phone wct rii'i. or call at
112 Foul ternth-nnd-a-half street.
FOR RENT Moi'.ern furnished rooms,
''' Hauersfeld Steam laundry.
01 Tl.ird avenue. Call between 10
a. 111 and 1 30 p. m. and 5:30 to 6 80.
Furnished room In mod- 1
front room, two blocks ,
s. h." 1. suitable for' two
nt 5Z9 Twenty-first street. '
FOR RENT Newly furnished front'
. . ,
i.m -..iT -i . - ...
j.rl. i.te family, clo-e to Mollne and
... . . -
ill 221J Fifth avenue.
FOK KENT i-arsa. comfortable, ail
modern room In private home; good. I .
QUI nrighbcrhowd. cooi and shady; j
I'. children in house. Apply 919
1 w e r.t -second street. 1'Uone west
FOK RENT A well furnished rexm. j testament of Emma C. Lloyd, late of
I'll private lavatory, heater for he county of Rock Lsiand. tate of Ilii
hat!.. '.. of phone, and every mod- "no's. eJaceased. hereby gives notice that
em cotivenien. e. tonvenient to board; he wl.l appear before the H.m. Benja- H HEDR1CK General auctioneer All
. r.. block from car line. Seven- mln Bell, J id;c' of the probate court of i kintJ, ot merchandise ana household
teeuth street. I'hot.e west ' 17-X . ! RH k Island county, at the prolate court goods auctioned at your house. Ras-
-- - -zr ; room, in the city of Roc Island, at the .dene. 641V. Twentieth sireet Phone
November term, on the fii: Monday in
bithit or Tin
AlTKAOTS of title prepared or con-
t:r.ud to dute covering any real es-
late in the county. Prompt and ac-
Kh k ls:and Title . At-.tract com-
pan : J. J. Ir.crain pre sident; W. J.
iney sereta;y. W'j-:S. svrord
l.oor. Pe ples Nalio&al banii buud
luat. Hoc iaUavnil.
FOR RENT Eleht-rooin house; inquire
637 Nineteenth street.
Fr,n Brx-T .
Kw. mom lg. S
six-room house: E. B.
State Bank building;.
, FOR RENT Six-room strictly modern
I house at 1410 Twelfth st.eet. Inquire
1412 Twelfth street
xrnrt tutvt -u.- -i
F.R nfsN Tw-Ih trel
5far, A,7 W"'f,ln V
call north 1123-
reet. For partic
FOR RENT Modern home. 1!00 Second .
avenue. Apply Connelly Connelly, j
r-eupie s uan it building.
FOR RENT Modern eight-room dou
ble house at 2 Seventeenth street,
lnauire at 1(30 Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT Six-room cottage, conven
ient to street car line. Inquire at
Parldon'e grocery, or phone west
FOR RENT Tbree-room house at 605 1
Tnird street; one side of double house;
city water and sewer. Inquire on
premises after ( o'clock.
FOR RENT Nine-room house, with all
modern conveniences, at 2820 Sev
enth avenue. Inquire-1416 Twenty
eighth street Phone west 179X-Y.
FOR RENT A six-room house; large
roovns; all molern except heat; 1228
Twelfth street. For further partic
ulars, leave address "cars M. K.,'' care
FOR RENT A six-room house, conven
ient to stores and car lines; all mod
ern except heat; half block from
school on Twelfth street. Inquire 933
rOB BEST FXATS.
FOR RENT A modern flat; inquire 1001
Twentieth street. Phone west 601-X.
FOR RENT Two five-room flats; Koos-
! ter build'ng. opposite Ri:k Island
i ps.seuger depot. Phone west 3s-L.
FOR KENT Flat of five rooms; bath.
' gas and electric light; third floor;
IT per month; 1326 Flf th-and-a-haU
I avenue. Mrs. Walker.
FOR RENT Four-room flat; gas stove,
electric light and city water; 2716
Eighth-and-a-half avenue. Also fo-ur-rooxn
cottage, with gas and city wa
ter. Inqoire Z7SSI Seventh avenue, or
run IIKT MUCKLLANKOCS.
FOR RENT Store room 30x100 feet, on
"rond avenue. tor particulars, see
Elkhart & Huff'im.
F('! RENT Sieum heated store room
nt 122 Third avenue: pussc.i.Mon Oct
1. Inquire at the Biakslec studio .
FOR KENT Two oiAce, rooms, with all
n.od, rn conveniences, suitable aa a
doctor's oHlcc Apply at l.'llcmeyer's
drug ctore. S34 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT On and after Oct. 1. will
luc -MOenill'l J ;;"t ' ;l ile f,.r a lew
?.ors-a at my Willow Brook furm.
1'iioiiM wist 14fi2. G'-orge Wagner.
1XR RENT A nie ftore. with room,
lour August u;a college; an ideal
place for a tuiior or lire-sinaking
hop. Inquire Thirty-ninth street,
j. '". It Island.
FOK RENT office roo-ns, second floor.
at lole second avenue; front rooms;
opposite new pustoflice, half block
from court house, inquire iu build
ing, of Illinois oil company.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims co .le led. William M.
Walker, lawyer, 311 People's bank
buwutii,; i haau 24.
OASOI.INK TAKKS AMD PL MI'S.
BOWSER underground outfits from 10
and up eSou.uio1 In use. F. M. K.ng,
agent, l;.ll'v Third avenue, Kock is
land, IU. 1 none west 2U31. N. B.
Bury your gi&aohne: it's safer.
Estate of David .Mardock. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap-
; poiute'd administrators of me estate of
I David Marvock, late r the ceuntv of
Kock lsiand, sate of Illinois, deceased,
Hereby g'vv notice that we will appear
before tne probate court of Rock Inland
county, at tue probate court room, in
the city ol Kock Island, at tne Novem
ber term, eru tne hrst Monday In No-
vember next, at wuicu time ail persons
having cluiius against said estate are
notllied and requested to attend for tne
purpose of having the same adjusted.!
All jiersons inueoiea to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
to the undi rsigneex
Dated 11th day of September. A. D.
1912. BERTH A WILLIAMS.
CAKKIE A. HUDSON,
Walker, Ingram ic Sweeney, attor
neys. Asuilnlntrator's otiee.
E!otc ' Catherine Senger. deceased.
Catherine Senger, late of the county of
Kock Island, slate of Illinois, deceased.
r srentlemen I hreuy "ive nol'ce ,hl they Willi ap
av.nue i Pr tture the probate court of Rock
. Island county at the probate court room
in tne city or Rock island, at tne Jan
uary term, on the nrst Monday in Jan-
i uary next, at which time all persons
; having claims against said estate are
I notified and requested tee attend fur the
! Purpose of having the same adjusted.;
person, ii.eicuecu 1.0 m.u esiaee are
requested to rske Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated the loth day of September. A,
D 1912. GEORGE SHNelER.
Albert Huber. attorney.
Executor's K 01 Ire.
Estate of Ernst Leffler, deceased.
The undersigned having- been
: pointed exec
uior of the last will and
Ernst LefTler lata, nf th.
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois.
, deceased, herebv gives notice that he
. will appear before the Hon. Benjamin
p,.!!. judge of the probate ce-urt of Rock
Island county, St the probate court
room. In the city or Rock Island, at the
January term, on the first Monday In
January next, at which time ail persons
having claims against said estate are
nottiled and requested to attend for the
Mirr.ua. . 1 f t . , - I,,, . a m a ,4 .
. , - , - m ... wj -'.1 .
! Aii persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment
'to tne unuersimrnea.
j Dated this 12th day cf September. A.
r me At .rcbt m-ni.-L
" , w,Z...,..
Estate of Emma C. Llovd. deceased
I The undersit.-i.ed h.ving been ap
I pointed executor of the last will and
November next, at wr.'eh f'me ell Mr-
j sons Laving claims against mid estate I
' are not. fie d ar.d reqjeied to attend fori
'the ioiep.es- el having tne sane adjust-
M. U I . tsf n indebted to snV. estate
m--t to the ur.d. rs.r.ed
Dated 14tii day cf SeTe-nber. A. D.
111X. ADDioON RLS-i.
Hugh E. .CurUa, attorn s.
H ATTED M VLB BET.P.
WASTfil) Bellboys at Hotel Harms.
Inquire 1700 Sixth
WANTED Five boys. Saturday morn
iiiS. s a.' m.; good pay; 1523 Fourth
! WANTED Man to saw hardwood; E.
it. MtKown s coal office, 1401 Second
WAVTm Rnvi mint V- 1 ..etPa nf
age or over, iiutual Wheel company,
I WANTED Young man stenographer
.i v. , . . i, t i u j . . .
pher." care Argus.
WANTED Boy over 16 years to learn
pressing and busheling. Ye Tog Shop.
18u7.V Second avenue.
WANTED At once, man to work on
farm. Inquire American Regalia com
pany. 1517 Second avenue.
WANTED Polishers and buffers; Rock
Island Manufacturing company. Four
teenth avenue and beconj street.
WANTED Wood pattern makers; Rock
IiUnd Manufacturing company. Sec
ond street and Fourteenth avenue.
WANTED Young man as clerk In gro
eery: recommendations required. Ap
ply L. C Ploh, 1400 Third avenue.
WANTED At once, young men by
Hock Island lines news service. Ap
ply J. J. liner news stand. Hock is
WANTED Salesmen for paints, auto
mobile oil and specialties; excellent
Inducements. The Middle States Oil
company, Cleveland. Ohio.
WANTED Fifteen laborers at V. B.
boatyard. Milan, ill.; wages, SI. 76 per
day of eight hours; chances good tor
advancement. Apply at canal bridge
WANTED -Twenty experienced cloth
ing and f uriiidhings salesmen. Apply
Friday morning between 10 and IX.
The Jiiib Clothing company, lbul-lbo3
WANTED Tinners for shop, and good
general mechanics, to install plants in
iuinois, Indiana and Ohio. Smith Sys
tem ileating company, 1610 First av
enue. Rock Island.
WANTED Intelligent young man for
clerk in Kock Island news stand;
i-iust be honest and of nai appear
ance. Apply J. J. Gri-.r, Thirty-nrst
s'.reet and Fifth avenue.
WANTED Men to learn the barber
tiade; liftht. ':lean work; an army of
our gr'iuuates now running shops; be
one of them, wages while learning;
ti'U'j Riven; catalogue mailed free.
Moler Barber college. Chlcagj, III.
WANTED Energetic young man, about
il years old: permanent place and ad
vancement to rlgr.t party; If desirous
to :ii;e ct with company where your
ntjjiity w:'i lie recognized, write, slat
ing a.-' ;id e xpel ivii:e, to "V. R. T-."
i-ure ot Argus. Salary, (40 per to start
WANTED Car carpenters, car repair
e i s, riveters ami bnckers .and handy
meti; we want to hundred men: over
a yc;ir .-e steady work: i'est wages: no
liihor trouhle; l-epoi t with toois reudy
to work ,i.ir wriie; ail empiejve-a paid
ivfry two week. Crawford Locomo
tive & tor company, Streator, 111.
W4KTUO MAI 8) OR FKMAI.E.
WANTED At once. 30 girls and boys,
at eiansert's candy factory.
W A I TEH-M 1 9C KI.1. 4 ! BO li a.
WANTED By Nov. 1. eight-room house,
strictly modern, centrally located.
Address "N. A.," care Argus.
econd hand steel range.
WANTED As soon a- possible, furnish
ed niouern house. Ph. me west 29.
WANTED Chimney and furnace clean
ing by experienced man. G. M. Kind
420 Ninth street, city.
WANTED Boarders and roomers or
table boarde rs at 606 Twenty -second
street. Good roine cooking.
WANTED To rent, about Oct. 10, a
medern house not to exceed seven
rooms. Address "K. X. Z ," care Argus.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder;
work icceives careful atte'rition. Mrs.
Magtr, 2630 Seventh avenue. Phone
WA.vi t.1) To board and room one or
two ladles or gentlemen; modern
home; references required; at 9u6
WANTED Two connecting modern
be drooms by two young business men; I
must have outside entrance. Address!
"D. 11..' care Aigus.
WANTED Two or fouf furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, within I
six blocks of beventn avenue and
Tw enty-tlilrd street. Address "C. U.."
WANTED To buy. new and second
hand goods, stoves, furniture, carpets,
etc., also cast-off clothing, hats,
shoes, etc.; I pay highest prices; will
buy, sell or trade anything of value.
S. Fryer's Second Hand store, laws
Second aveoue. Phone west 84 i.
WASTED Agents. Are you out of a
job or looking fo." a better one?
Would you work for us If we show
you how to make $15 per week and
up, without coul to you? Free aup
plies and part expenses. Write to
the Hawks company, Wauwatosa.
PROFESSIONAL A TTORXETI.
J a'cKjMnT HRaTftTAOtSAtr
torneys-at-law. Office In Rock Island
National bank building.
SEARLE ek MA-KSHALL Lawyers
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms. 30$ and 8v$ Safety
buUdicg. Kock island, 1U.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
guiieial law bus.uesas, corporation,
probate and real estate law; 311 Peo
ple's bank building. Phone west 349.
WALKER, INGRAM & SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan ou real eslata. Rooms 2wu
$v$. People's National bank building.
McENIRY A McENIRT At torneys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make coiiecUo&s. References, Mitch
ell Ac I.ynde. bankers. Omc. Mitcba.ll
at Lynele building.
Bl SINES. CHASCES.
i IF you want to bea-ln or expand tusi-
p.ess. write tne B.ard of Trade. Wtr
burn. EMkitrheerar. We wtnt indus
tries, retailers and wholesalers. Eiee
tric power, water, fuel, cueas build
ers witn capital netded. Pocuiatioa
Lubi4 this jaej.
WANTED Five scrubwomen at Young
WANTED A maid at Rock Island
house. Appiy at office.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at 1&24 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Girls at Crescent Macaroni
& Cracker company, Davenport.
WANTED Competent cook; apply Mrs.
G. L. Eyster, 1109 Second avenue.
WANTED A girl for second work. Ap
ply 2225 Seventh avenue. Phone west
AVA.NTED Girls: apply Crescent Mac
aroni & Cracker company, Davenport.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 2018 Fifth avenue. Phone
WANTED Competent ffirl to do gen
eral housework. Phone west 4uo,
WANTED Competent girl to do- gen
eral housework. Address "H. M. D.,"
WANTED Competent girl; small fam
ily; no washing; 724 Nineteenth street.
Phone west 73.
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework: no washing; at 741
WANTED Ten experienced salesladies.
Apply Friday between 2 and 3 p. m.
The Hub Clothing store.
WANTED Reliable, experienced girl to
do general housework; good wages.
Apply 613 Twenty-third street.
WANTED A seamstress, one who can
handle trade . Apply at the People's
store, 524 Fifteenth street. Mo-line.
WANTED Woman to do general house
work: $5 a week, with room, board
and laundry. Address "D.," care Ar
gus. WANTED Girl to do housework who
would appreciate a home; age 30 or
over pr'-ierred: references required.
Phone west 106.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; family of two; no washing, in
quire Brady Grocery company, 700
WANTED A young girl to assist with
light houseworjc and care for cnll
dren. Call at 2522 Eighth avenue.
Phone west lu09.
WANTED Competent girl to do gene-rat
nouse'work : g'od wages and no
washing. Appiy Dr. Bernhardt, 609
. Eighteenth street.
WANTED Girl to assist with house
work; small family; must be able to
uo plain cooking: no washing; good
watie. Call mornings, lbl'! Third
u venue, city.
WANTED Nurses; the Mollne City hos
pital was opened in ln'Ji .and now has
to. beds, with a corps of 14 nurses
who are tinder the training ef a force
cf city physicians, a competent super
intendent, a resident instructre ss, and
a domestic Fcie-ni.e te.tcher. The in
struction is both practical and theo-rctie-al,
enabling them to beeeme state
registered nurses alter receiving their
diploma. The course ef study covers
- three ye-trs, during which time they
receive a small monthly remuneration,
and at graduation $100 in rush. Dur
ing th. tr training, a home, uniforms,
li u.idiy and test hooks are given.
Owing to increased patror,:ige, the
hospital Is greatly in need of nurses.
Apply to Miss Margaret Kooney, su
perintendent, Mollne City Hospital,
Mollne. ill. '
W A VI LID SITUATIONS.
WANTED House cleaning or ironing,
sweeping or general cleaning. Send
cc.rd to 311 Tenth street.
WANTED Situation, l.y an experienced
salesman desiring to locate in the
tri cities. ' G. A. B.,'' care The Ar
gus. WANTED By an experienced colored
chauffeur and repair man. situation in
private family. Address "C. W. B.,''
Box 272, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED Position as bookkeeper by
young man with best of habits, ex
perienced, and can give references;
desires to locate in tri-cities. Address
"E. K. M.," care Argus.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
Insurance. " Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 22, and
new 5172. office at court house.
j BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health anu plate glass;
ral estate and loans. becond floor,
Satety building' Office phone, west
4- Residence phone 72o-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evening.
WF WILL BOND YOU Executors- ad
ministrators', guardians, trustees' or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodges ant!
society officers; city, slate or U. S.
government officials; contractors, pu
. sitiona o ftrust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except bail bonds).
Terms reasonable Hayes & Cleave
land, resident managers, Fidelity &
Deposit company of Maryland.
CASH paid for ladies' and men's old
olotblng, carpets, rugs, etc. Phone
LET Fross do your paperhanging; lo
cents a roll; wall paper at cents a
roll and up; 609 Twenty-fourth street.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Van and Journal is
the only paper in Moiine tnat can do
it for you. Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants bring results . One-half cent
per word ia the price to ail alike,
cash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mail and
Journal. Muline. ill.
EGYPTIAN FORTUNE TELLER Tells
past, present and future, gives advice
in ail business and love affairs: satis
faction guaranteed; 517 Harrison
fUUE l.HSL SLAM CSS.
Tbe Beat Is the Cheapest)
FIRE. LIFE. LIGHT NINO A.N'h WIND
Office. 1728 Tniro avtaoa. Ks'es rea
aocabia. ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
CONTRACTORS AXD BCILDEUS.
OONTH ACTORS AND
Manufacturers of Sash. Dors, Bilnds
and Stairs. Interior hn.sh cf ail kinda
Hardwood Veneer Fiorrir and deal
ers In e.-ui. ail and ii i-igut tenth
rOIl SAI.B CTTT PROPKHTT.
FOR SALE Cottase In South Heights,
ntarly modern, in bet residence dis
trict. Inquire 1820 Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE A good home for $2,650,
located on Seventh avenue, near
Twenty-seventh street. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE l.t In Island Alow Heights
addition: finest In the ctfy; ask for
prices and terms. C S. McDanlel. 602
Safety building. Rock I-land.
FOR SALE Eight-room modern house,
half block from two car lines, at
2828 Fifth-and-a-half avenue. In
quire at 2828 Fifth-and-a-half ave-
FOR SAIE Lots In Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments to per mouth.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old phone
FOR SALE Reldy Bros, have a good
selection of residence property at
very reasonable prices; also some good
investments. Call and see them.
FOR SALE Seven-room house; cellar,
good well, city Water, sewer, with
three acres; six level lots; for $1,700.
One block from Elm street car. In
quire 1200 Thirty-fifth atreet.
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
IH acres of ground, with well and
cistern; located one block from car
line; will sacrifice if sold before Sept.
(0. Address "8. G. 8.." care Argus.
FOR 8 ALE Lots In South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; fia down, balance in five
years. E. W. Robinson, 1464 Rich
mond street Phone west 115-K
FOR 6ALB At a vargatn if taken at
once, a modern eight-room nouse,
centrally located and near all car
lines; hot water heat, gas, electrlo
light; lot 60x140. For particulars ad
drees "YV car Argus, or call west
FOR SALE Practically new modern
eight-room house in South Heights;
three lots, garage, and chicken house;
three blocks from Long View park;
five minutes' walk from Long View
or Watch Tower cars; fine view of
river. Phone west 1150.
FOR SALE One of those splendid
homes on Second avenue, about Elev
enth street; It has been bullf only
about la years .and has hot water
heat, electric light, gas, and polished
onk floors upstairs and down, has
beautiful fireplace ,two stairs, and is
rlfrht up-to-date; very reasonable
price, as owner Is leaving city. H. K.
Waiker, agent., Robinson building.
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE $55 per acre will buy a
idece of farm land four miles from
ililan; 112 acres. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE: Good 4 50-acre stock farm,
located live miles from Milan; also an
BO-acre farm four miles from Milan.
W. I. Mllsted. Milan. 111.
FOR 8ALE At reasonable price, a 120
acre farm, two miles north and one
half mile west of Taylor Ridge: good
Improvements. Address Mrs. Martha
McAfee. 610 Thirteenth avenue.
FOR SALE Eighty acres unimproved
land in Clark county, Wisconsin;
good rond; only two miles to tejwn.
For price and terms address J. P.
Peterson. Box 137, Owen, Wis., or in
quire. Fred Sundquist, 1627 Eighth
FOR SALE MISCKl.t.AXEOCS.
FOR SALE Folding go-cart
FOR SALE A motorcycle; Inquire at
.12 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE A fresh milk cow
at 1019 Tenth avenue, city.
FOR SALE A good horse; Hamilton
bakery, 621 Seventeenth street.
condition. Hard co8l stove. In good
inquire 1917 Sixth avenue,
FOR SALE: An oak sideboard In good
cond lion. Call at 715 Fifteenth
FOR SALE Brown Leghorns: call at
llo Tnirty-elghth street after 5:30
FOR SALE Roll top desk, chair, and
either office furniture. Call 3u6 Best
FOR SALE jA hard coal stove In good
t-onelition; 1625 TV.-fnty-tixth-and-a-half
FOR SALE Horse, harness nnd two
wagons. Parker Laundry company,
lyUi Third avenue.
FOR SALE One of the finest pieces of
residence property in the city; a great
sacrifice. Keidy Bros.
FOK SALE Jewel hard coal heater,
nearly new. inquire at lu2o Twenty
third street. Phone
FOR SALE Large davenport and Hoo-
ler kitchen cabinet: reasonable; al
most new. Call west 1572.
FOR SALE A combination riding
and driving horse. Inquire at 122?
Fourteenth street Phone west 1305.
FOR SALE Cheap, dining room chairs,
bedroinn furniture, feather beds, car
pets and curtains, at 1010 Second ave
FOR SALE Fine Wisconsin bronze tur
key torn and two buff turkey hens,
inquire 1L E. Sweeney, 401 Twentieth
FOK SALE: Grapes, 1 , cents a pound;
conic cut them yourself. H. F. Spiti
r.af. Twenty-fourth street South Kock
FOR SALE: Large hard coal base burn
er, in good condition, $S. if taken at
once, at 2735 Seventh avenue. Phone i
FOR SALE: Furniture, must be sold by
Oct. 1. Call afternoons or evenings,
1439 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
Phone west 1133-L.
FOR SALE One Bundhar rug as good
as new, window shades, couch, and a
few other articles. Call 13j3 Fourth
avenue. Rock Island.
FOR SALE A grocery store, doing a
good cash business. In (rood locality:
party leaving city. Address C. Johns,
general delivery. Rock lsiand.
FOR SALE: Cheap, pleasure launch. 2$
:s. Kock Island, or inquire on ferry
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at once.
one Moon tcunng car. tive-paaseiigir.
40-Lorse power; gooei as ret. Phone
west 11. or cail at Sis Twentieth
FOP. SALE Automobile; Velie. five
passenger. 20-norse power, fore door,
new tires, fine condition, fully equip
ped; $473. W. li. Driggs. 2306 S-xth
avenue, Mollne. Phone east lis.
FOR SALE Furniture for five rooms,
upright piano,, ail for $17: nearly
new. coat $50: on payments if you
L Itone west 177. or ail at i'ji
Best building. Rock Island. LL
AU tbe Qwg ail tae time Tho Argui,
TRIO LODGE. NO 57. A- F. & A. M.
Meets In stated communication
the first Tharsday of each
month at 7:30 p. m. Special
Thursday, ept. 26 at 7:30 p. m.. for
work ou F. C. degree, iollowed by
school of Instruction. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited. By
order of Carlton G. Taylor, W. M.
William B. Pettit. secretary.
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Ela
arsen, graduated Swedish masseuse,
gives treatment in private homes.
Phone west eSa-L. Address 618 Thlr-iv-nlnth
EXPRESS AND iTORAGB.
RELIABLE STORAGE On tlrt floor;
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents.
Roeaaler at Co.. 809 Fifteeutn street.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, lu
Second avenue. Phone 1110.
IT IS a well known fact that the gyp
sies are the only true fortune tellers
in the world. Tells past and future;
gives advice on love and business,
and all affairs; satisfaction guaran
teed: 1119 West Third street, Daven
port. TRAINING THE HAWK.
A Feeding Lessen Given by an Old
' Bird to Its Young.
While fishing In a remote find wfld
part of Scotland a British naturalist
chanced to witness an entertaining per
formance In the form of a feeding lea
son given by an old hawk to Its yonng.
A cry of a young hawk to Its parent
was beard, and the naturalist soon lo
cated three young peregrine falcons
sitting side by elde on a shelf of rock
overhanging the lake In which he was
fishing. Presently the old bird came
into view, like a dot out of the sky,
and made straight for ber vociferous
She poised high above the shelf on
which tbey were sitting and to the
surprise of the watcher dropped the
bird she was carrying. She had so
chosen her position that the bird clear
ed the rock as it fell toward the lake.
Instantly youngster No. 1 dashed off
the cliff. Evidently this was not Its
first lesson, for it hurled Itself Into a
beautiful swoop and actually caught
the prey before it reached the water.
The youngster - was not allowed to
enjoy it, however, for down came the
old bird and with the utmost grace
snatched it from the young oners grasp
and ascended in rapid ring to the
height of several hundred feet The
discomfited youngster with some dif
ficulty returned to the rocky shelf.
The old hawk repeated this maneu
ver, dropping the prey this time in
front of No. 2.
The young all knpw their lesson, for
neither No. 1 nor No. 3 veutured to
stir. It was No. 2 who started In pur
suit nnd, like its brother or sister,
succeeded in Interrupting the falling
prey before it reached the water.
The old hawk did as before, snatch
ing the prey from her offspring. Itls
inz hiL'h in the nlr. she this tlma drnn-
tt .,.,. o i.. . i.
j " . " cuugui
iu nut ia. o was not anowea to pos
sess the prize. The old hawk now as
cended to the shelf beside the young
ones, tore the prey to piee-es and pro
ceeded to divide it equally among her
hungry and expectant progeny. ilar-
A Pretty Incident In the Career
,rWe ore not brothers for nothing,"
Rona Honheur once wrote iu Jesting
affection to her brother Isidore. And
in truth the wonderful, quaint, boyish
little woinun, with her bright eyes,
cropped curls and breezy ways, was
almost more a brotherly chum than a
sister to the Iodore whom she so
Much of the rime on her country es
tate, in her studio and among her ant
mala, wild and tame, she wore the
masculine costume which her manner
of life required, to wear which she had.
Wth one other woman, a fatuous ex
plorer and archaeologist, received ex
pi ess permission- from the French gov
ernment let this very mannish little
person was far from unwomanly in her
sympathies, and her latest biography
records a pntly incident related by her
friend, Joseph Verdier. the landscape.
"One evening ebe was dining with me 1
and some frieodi. Among the fiienilj
was a young lady recently married,
who gave us an account of the furuish- '
ing of her bouse. All the rooms were '
furnished except the dining room. For ;
lain last her nusbana couia not yet give
her the money, and els was compelled
to hold bcr little receptions la her
"After dinner Rcga asked me for a
large sheet of drawing paper, and
while we were talking she sketched a
j delightful hunting scene. Whic h she
. I feigned with her full name. Then, un-
' der cover of a general conversation on
, mMfc. ie tea was being served, she
' approached the young wife and said to
"Take tbLi picture to TeJeico on
! yonr return to Paris, and he will gi
., . rrs - . 7.
you at least J-500 truum for It Th
esn.i ssr-m JUI
you wiil be able to furnish your dining :
Don't wa je your money buying plas-1
ters when you can gr-t a bottle of !
Chamberlain's Liniment for twenty five !
cents. A piece cif flannel dampened :
with Ibis liniment is superior to any
plaster-for lame back, paina in the
siie and chest, and much cheaper.
Sold by all drusta. .
LOsTT 4TO F-otri-m.
STRAYED To Geislers farm. 2J7
Ninth street, a brown mare. Inquire
Charles Gelsier. 227 Ninth street.
FOlND Brown female fox terrier pup.
Owner can have same bv calling at
615 Twentieth atreet and paying for
LOST Whtta crochet bag. on Four
teenth street or on Fourth avenue
car. Finder return to Arg-us office
and receive reward.
LOST Between Eighth and Third ave
nues and Eighteenth and Tweitleth
streets an Eastern Star pin. Reward
for return to 722 Eighteenth street,
LOST In front of Sexton's clothing
store, a hand satchel containing a
clock, pocket book and bank book.
Return to 811$ Fifth avenue and re
ceive reward. - -
rEXNANTS, BITTONS, PLEATING).,
NOVEI.TT CO. Phone 78$; 2$0 So.
Putnam building. Davenport, Iowa.
Felt pennants, flags, monograms, pil
low covers, etc.; accordeon and knife
pleat ings. from 2c yard and up. Buttons
covered in plain and colored Ivory
rims, from loo dozen up. Dress forma.
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Superflu
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with ona eo six
needles; four to six hours' work In
one with six needles. Address Miss
A. M. Kittrtdge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats,
Brady street. Davenport. Old phone
S13G. Out of town until Oct. 1.
MB. MSI !!,.
unless yon want a cheap
loan on your Furniture,
Pfanos, Live Stock, Dia
monds, Jewelry or your
All the good people are
patronizing the Cut Rate
Loan company 304
Best building, for pleas
ant and private loans.
Phone West 177.
THE CONSIDERATE MAN
knows that she Is fond of
Ice cream and naturally wibhes
to offer her the best. That Is
why he orders Math's Ice cream
which cannot be excelled for
purity, flavor and all around
goodness. As it costs no more
than inferor cream, why not or
der it yourself? Quality guar
171B-171H hoco.e i Avenue.
Phono Wtvit 150.
Rock Island Transfer
Storage S Coal Co.
Office, 1714 Third Avenue, ify
Ccal Yard 2109-13 Third AwenuytiJ
, ft t
Eprinjrfleld lump co&'y
Sherman lump coaV
mu .- is e?i
as Also Ner-
all rt:n Ainn.
and Skin I'ls-
Sllver filllnciS- ,sca. you eia
ng iroin ij ii 11 a. m.
ent tllllrfAf' (
Id f Ulna'' ?ur .'i'
CfOWS, . years In Davenpe,rt.
a 'J fay and Saturday eve-