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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MOXDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1912.
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PRIKE RIDDLE TOW
WHO WAS TH& GINK
THAT PUT THE- HftY
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Argus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of its patrons
In various parts of the city. The Argus
has entabllned a system of branch of
fices, where subscriptions and want advertising-
may be received and any tn
formallun left that may pertain to any
department of the paper, news or busi
ness It Is also planned to hava at each
of these branrh offices every even Inn a
supply of copies of Th Anui of the
day. so that any subscriber who may
liave failed under anv circumstanres to
receive hi, paper, will be supplied free i
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chain of branch offices
Includes n following
J J. Kipp's notion store. 4jC Fifth
H. K. Howes pharmacy, ills Four
Rl drug store. Twenty-seventh
trt. Kevcnth avenue.
I'llem-yer's drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth street
ficorne w. Millhouse, confectionery.
IOC Fourth avenue.
Mr. London's notion store, Seventh
slfet. Fourteenth avenue
Ifeimbeck's pharmacy, 122 Third ava
aienger'd grocery. 2 Eleventh
Rodrt drug store. Thirtieth street
and Fifth avenue
College pharmacy Seventh avenue
end Thirty-eighth street 1
Olson groeerv. Thirteenth avenue and i
i riiTMetr, mreet
Stelner drug store corner Fifth are
nue nnd Twenty-third street
FOR REM ROOKS.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms;
217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping at 307 Third street.
FOR RENT Nicely fumlsh-d room for
gentleman only, at 1I7 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished" room;
bath and phone; at 816 Twenty-fifth
FOR RENT Furnished room, with
board modern iiom a; 919 Second
FiH RENT Furnished rooms for light j
housekeeping; sewer and gas; at 7uJ
I uurth avenue.
FOR RENT Entirely modern furnish
ed room, with or without buurd. at '
431 H Ninth avenue. !
K'R RENT Two l:irge m"d-rn fur
nished rooms for lignt housekeeping
t 1210 First avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room .with all modern conveniences,
at 732 Seventeenth treet
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
tight housekeeping; una. sewer unil
water; 1127 Third avenue. 1
FOR RENT Modern" furnished frot !
rooiti 11 in rifi. -I.- L'i..t..,. 1
"'. fcnii CIHIIIU
FiR RENT In best part of city
unfuiineii.il 1 11. 11 j upstairs
nam, at 5"j 1 went), in street. i
FOR RENT Newly furnished south I
room, modern, uteain (n ut. reusonulile; I
loo Third avenae. flat No. 4. j
FOR RENT Modern furnished front i
loom, suitable fur two; 711 Twenty-!
11 mi 11 Tin eel. I none west 15 SI.
Fl: RENT Furnl; :;eil rooms for Unlit
h'.il-ekeeptng ut 1 1'.ift Foitreer.th-and-a-lialf
street, or phone fc44-V
J't.R RENT Modern furnished rooms,
suitable for iUht housekeenlnir at
KENT Furnished rooms mum.
bath .not water heat etc. onuoalte
court house; "217 Fifteenth street
FOR RENT Large frot.t room, down
stairs, well furnished, suitable for
gentleman, at Soa Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room at
lli'fi I-ourtcenth nnd a-iialf street;
references exchanged, use of phone.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished steam
heated rooms at loll1, Second ave
nue. FOR RENT Modern nicely furnished
front rooms, kitchen privileges, at
Kuuitii avenue. Call after 1
p in. ,
FOR RENT Two nlc.lv furnished
rooms lor light housekeeping; water,
sewer and gas; at 02 i Twentieth
FOR RENT Modern
rooms, suitable for
' Rooms," care
FOR RENT Furnished large front
room, strictly modern, suitable fur
two. us of phone and bath, at Hi 1
Ft'U RF.NT Furnished rooms, with!
use of pn,.ne nicl bath; gentlemen
preferred, ivt ;; i.d up inquire
12 Fi'Ul let i.t 1. etiei t.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at Slk
Twenty-first street Parties with
children need nut apply.
FR RENT Two unfurnished rooms,
modern except heat, sniiahh- for llgi.t
housekeeping, at 13 Twenty-sixth
street, timr (wo car lines
Foil RENT Two modern front rooms,
furnished, for llgnt housekeeping;
furnace heat, gas range, and use of
t hone, at 1134 Third avenue.
For RENT Two nicely furnished!
front rooms, with all modern conven- i
lemea. m private family; gentlemen j
I'reierrea; at i.uu Dixm avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
in good l-s-jition; use of phone and
bath, rent reasonable; at 262 4 8ev
eriih avenue i'boue west 1200-Y.
FOR RENT I-arge well furnished
south r'S'tn: hot water, telepnone;
w , " j riTii.iriii' ,j, 0 yvi veea, 1
90 Fifteenth street. Phone IMS. I
rOR RENT Modern furnished room
tl"'v Bauersfeld Steam laundr
IMil Third avenue. Call between 10
a. m and 1 jo p. ro. and 6 3J to 6 JO.
ei n house
fr "tn l.'ga
Furnlslied room In mod-
front room, two blocks
. h".l. suitable for two
it ; Twenty. nrst street
l ull RENT Uria comfortable, all
niourrn room in private nome; good.
quiet neigl-.bcrncvd; cool and shady; '
1.0 chi.uren in house- Apply 929 i
i wer.ty-aeond street Phone weal
U RENT A well furnished room.
i;'i pf.vjte lavatory, heater, for
l tn. use of phone, and every mod-
ei 1 oii en ler.ee . convenient to boa
....... Hi,,,! 1 m 1 i.m, ..-. sw eu -
i.cr.tu sn-ret Phone west 11V.-A .
tl llKuKICK General auction
r.iud of merchandise and household
t" Mis auctioned at y. ur house. Res
II. rue. i- 1 . Twentieth e inert Phone
known fact that the gyp-
Ihe only true fortune teT.ers
t."ie wot d. Tells r.i; t and future;
g:-es aJvii-i oti love ;-r.d busitiees. ;
i.r-i all affalis. sat.sfa tw-n guaran-i
loj. ni v. est Tfci.-d sirevt Davcn- :
I FOR RE7TT HOCSE9.
FOR REST EI?ht-rocm house; Inquire I
63" Nineteenth .stret t.
FOR RENT Six-room srrictlv modern
house at 1410 Twelfth street, Inquire
1412 Twelfth street
FOR RENT Modern borne.
avenue. Apply Connelly
. People's Bank building.
FOR RENT Modern eight-room dou
ble house at U02 Seventeenth street
Inquire at 153o Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage, with
K stove .electric light, water and
Hewer. Inquire 2412
t FOR RF..VT Cottage, part of house,
four rooms, to couple without chll-
I dren; cheap rent Inquire at 2013
Fourth avenue, at noon, or after 6:Su
I P- m.
J FOR RENT A ilx-room house; large
I roimis; all molern except heat; 1228
I fwelfrh street. For further panic-
uiars. leave address ' care M. K... care
I FOR RENT A six-room house, conven-
lent 10 mores and car lines; all mod
I ern except hf-at; half block from
I -no.)i on Twelfth street. Inquire 923
FOR RENT Four-room cottage; good
wen, reiiar and pla'-e for chickens;
five minutes' walk from car line. C.
tgelurugge. Inquire at Pohlman's
More. South Rock Island. Get "ft car
at I.uchmann's Station.
Twentieth street. Phone west CG1-X.
FOR RENT Two five-room flats; Kooa
ur buiiding opposite Rock Island
WKiinjer depot. Phone west 2HS-L.
FOR RENT Flat of five rooms; bath,
gas and electric lig.it; third floor;
17 per month: 13D'i Flf th-and-a-half
avenue. Mrs. Walker.
FOR RENT Four-room flat; gas stove,
I elect ri" lig'it ami city water; 2716
i Eintn-ui.il- i-l. ail' avenue. Also fomr-
room coitage. With gas and city wa
ter. Inquire 2T3J be ven 1 11 avenue, or
FOR riEM JIISCKM-ASEOII.
FOR RENT Store room HnxlOii feet, on
iS- '-ond avenue For particulars, see
Kckhart & Buffum.
FOR RENT Steam healed store room
at lfcJ2 Third avenue; jiossc-ksIoii Oct.
1. Inquire at the Blakslee studio .
FOR RENT Two dHce rooms, with ail
modern conveniences, suitable as
coctor s office. Apply at l.llemeyer s
drug store, E34 Sixteenth street
FOR RENT On
1101s at m
and after Oct. 1, will
pasturage tor a few
Willow Brook farm.
2. George Wagner.
1, ...., i.r
RilNT Oflite rooms, second floor,
1017 Second avenue; front rooms;
oppobite new poslorrice. half block
ttoin court liouM1. Inquire m build
ing, of liiiuuib oil vumiMiajr.
IF you want to begin or expand busi
ness, write tne board of '1 rade. Way
burn, baaliaicuewau. We want indus
tries, retailers uuii wholesalers, ttlei
trie powa, water, fuel, cheap. Bund
ers witn ctpltal needed. 1'opuiatioa
aoubird lhi year.
BIGGEST and Best Wenlern Weekly
interesting and Instructive depart
ments for young and old; lell.s about
opportunities In the went for aiv.bii.ioud
men; special offer, kx months' trial
subscription. 2i bltf , issues, li cents.
Address Weekly t'upital. Dept. WA,
21. Topi km. Kalis..?.
Estate of David M.iruock. ueceased.
1 lie undersigned having bten
I pointed aaiiuuistraiois of trie estate of
I David Muruock, late of the county of
' R01 k Isiand. state of Illinois, deceased,
,nereby gve notice that we will appear
before Lne probate court of Rock lalaud
county, at the probate court room, in
the city of Lock Inland, at lne Novem
ber term, on the hist Monday in No
vember next, at which tnue ail persons
having claims against said 'estate are
nutlhrd ami requested to attend lor the
purpose oi having the same adjusted.
'All (ersons indebted to suid estate are
j requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
1 Ilufeil llth ilMV of ftpnt.inKar A ft
i 1912. BEKTHA WiLLlAMts.' " I
CAKKlk. A. iiL'Dsu.N. '
I Walker. Ingram A eweenty. atlor
Estate of Catherine Senger. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrators of ttie estate of
Catherine senger, late of tne county or
Rock la. and. state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby give notice that they will ap
pear beiote the probate court of Rovk
island county at tne probate court room
.11 tne city of Hock island, at the Jan
uary term. 01. tne first .Monday in Jan
uary next, a.t whicli lime ali persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend lor the
purpose of having tne same adjust-.
All persons indebted to said estate 0a
requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
listed the lotti day of September. A
D 1912. GEORGE aSENGER.
Albert Huber. attorney.
Ex enter's Notice.
Estate rf Ernst Leffler, deceased.
The undersigned l.avtna bean an-
i pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Ernst Lcffier. lata of the
county of Rock Island, slate of Illinois.
I deceased, hereby gives notice that he
ill appear before the Hon. Benjamin
eil. Juan of the probate court of Rock
island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
January term, on the first Monday In
y January next at which time all persons
i having claims against said estate are
nomieu anu rcqursiea ao anena for the
purpose or having the same adjusted
I A" P"ns indebted to said estate are
, requested to make immeaiale payment
to'. U1lr" V-edi '
rI;t'd ta' ltUi ZJ'?"brT-
u. , . AUUCJli XI I UE,rV,
Estate of Emma C. Lloyd, deceased.
1 1 be undernamed
having been ap-
I pointed xecutor of the
ast will and
testament of Emms C. Llovd. late of
the county of Rock island, state of Illi- t
, uuis. uviruei. urrroy gives notice that
he will appear before the Hon. Benja-
I mln Bell, judge of the probate court of
1 Hook island county, at tue pr.roate court
1 rio-a isiana county, at tue pr.roate court
! rcm. In the" city of Rx-ic Isisr.d. at the!
.sovemuer term, on ins nrs; Monday in '
1 November next
at which Kmc all per-
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and r,n na 1 H f 4 en.
1 the Duroose of havlnip the au me ,.lin.f !
, ed All persons indebted to said estate '
' are requested to make immediate pay- j
.men. 10 hit unuers . g r.ea.
Dated 14th day of September. A. P
1911. ADDISON RUSH.
Hugh E. Curtis, sttoreey.
F.IPKEsa AVr oTOUACrl.
RELIAVLE STORAGE On fir.t foor; i
wagon rovers, etc. Tent for rean; ,
also maDilac'.iirer of awnings, tents.)
Koeaaler A Co, $u F if tecum sure, t
"WASTED XtALB HELP.
j 'WANTED Toung man about tl years
t:a to ao general office work and
some collecting. Call personally at
room 212, People's National Bank
building. Rock Island.
WANTED Bellboys at Hotel Harms.
inquire 1700 Sixth
WANTED Moving picture operator,
liarrymore theatre Moline.
WANTED Carpenters, for Inside extra
j work. Barrymore theatre. Mollne.
WANTED Five boys, Saturday morn
lag. a. m.; good pay; 1523 Fourth
WANTED Toung man stenographer
and bookkeeper. Address Stenogra
pher. care Argus.
WANTED At once, three or four corn
cutters. Apply Philip Dingledlne'a.
South Rock Island.
WANTED Boy over If years to learn
pressing and busheling. Te Tog Shop,
lS07f Second avenue.
WANTED At once, man to work on
farm. Inquire American Regalia 00m
par.y, lol" Second avenue.
WANTED Polishers and buffers; Rock
Island Manufacturing company. Four
teenth avenue and Second street
WANTED Wood pattern makers; Rock
it-land Manufacturing company. Sec
ond street and Fourteenth avenue.
WANTED Young man as clerk in grO
eery; recommendations required. Ap
ply L. C. I 'foil. 1400 Third avenue.
WANTED Piano player, drummer, cor
net and violin players, for lady or
chestra. Barrymore theatre, Mollne.
WANTED At once, young men by
Rock island lines news service. Ap
ply J. J. Grier news stand, Rock Is
WANTED Salesmen for paints, auto
mobile oil and specialties; excellent
inducements. The Middle States Oil
company. Cleveland. Ohio.
WANTED Fifteen laborers at U. a
b"atyurd. Milan, 111.; wages. SI. 75 per
day of eight hours; chances good for
advancement Apply at canal bridge
WANTED Three clean-cut young men
solicitors; newspaper or magazine ex
perience preferred; gool salary and
position to bright men. Apply room
7fi. Harder house between 7 and i
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
commission paid for bringing stu
dents; wag'-s in finishing department;
first work on free customers; all
practical; Instructions with charts
and diagrams saves years; catalogue
free. Moler Barber college, Chicago,
WANTED Car carpenters, car repair
ers, riveters and buckers .and handy
men: we want 500 hundred men; over
a year's steady work; best wages; no
labor trouble; report with tools ready
to work ,or write; all employes paid
every two weeks. Crawford Locomo-
tlve &. Car company, Streator, 111.
WANTED MAI B OR FKMAI.E.
WANTED Singers for Barrymore thea
WANTED At once. SO girls and boys,
at Gansert's candy factory.
WANTED As soon as possible, furnlsh
u modern house. Phone west 29.
work, two In
a ven ue.
to do general house
family, at 1810 Sixth
WANTED Bundle work and Ironing;
tat'sfaction guaranteed: at 727 Four
teenth street. ,
WANTED Chimney and furnace clean
ing by experienced man. G. M. Rind
420 Ninth street city.
WANTED To exchange storage of
piano for use of same. Address
'Piano,'' care Argus.
WANTED Boarders and roomers or
table boaruers at 600 Twenty-second
street Good rome cooking.
WANTED Clerks, wrappers and cash
girls. Call Wednesday morning at 9
o'clock ut L. S. McCabe or Co.
WANTED A good home for nice
ten and a full grown (male) Maltese
cat. Address "L. M.," care Argus.
WANTED To rent about Oct 10. a
modern house not to exceed seven
rooms. Addiess -'R. X. Z ," care Argus.
WANTED To rent Oct. 1. a modern
five-room house, east end of city pre
ferred. Address "B. C. K-," care Ar
gus. WANTED Lace curtains to launder;
work receives careful attention. Mrs.
Mager. 2630 Seventh avenue. Phone
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; no washing. Apply Mrs. War
ren Reck. S04 Twentieth street.
Phone wist 2o8.
WANTED Seven or eight-room house,
modern; must be east of Twenty
eighth street, on or near Blue line
car. Phone west 644-Y.
WANTED To rent five or six-room
house, and barn, partly modern, close
in, by middle of October. Address
"R. L.'' care Argus office.
WANTED Two or four furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, within
six blocks of Seventn avenue and
Twenty-third street Address "C.S,"
WANTED I want to get a $2,000 loan
on a nrst class store, hall and large
house. In a good, small town near
Rock Island, excellent security; will
pay 6i per cent. Address "E. C. H.,
Box 73," care Argus.
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 valua
S. Fryer's Second Hand store, lidi
Second avenue. Phone west S4 7.
WANTED By young married couple
without children, two or three nicely
furnished modern light housekeeping
rooms, within eight blocks of the
court house: unless you have nice.
clean rooms, in good location, you
i - .
need not answer. Address "Light
sekeeping " rare Argus.
j WANTED I-edy agents for our famous
Knittop petticoats; our many agents
make good incomes; experience un
necessary; selling on sight to every
woman; write quick for exclusive ter
ritory. Spelman A Co., Chicago.
AuvraAiTa or titsjb.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable ratea
Rock la. an t Tit.e A Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ir.arram, president; W. J.
Sweeaey. secretary; 20U-2CS. second
fl-'cr. people's Nauoiai bank build
Uig, Kocg '""
WANTED FICM al.K KEIJP.
WANTED Girl; Tucker the Printer. J
WANTED Five scrubwomen at Young
WANTED A maid at Rock Island
house. Apply at. office.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at 1524 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Girls at Crescent Macaroni
& Cracker company. Davenport.
WANTED Two experienced waitresses
at 2034 Fifth avenue. Johnson & Set
tle. WANTED A girl for second work. Ap
ply 2225 Seventh avenue. Phone west
WANTED Girls; apply Crecent Mac
aroni & Cracker company, Davenport
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 2018 Fifth avenue. Phone
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework. Phone west 495,
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework. Address "H. M. D.."
WANTED Girl to do general house
work in family of twq. Apply 1923
WASTED 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, Mollne,
FOR SALE A square piano, at a bar
gain If taken at once; price $25. For
information call 891 west, three rings.
WANTED Woman to do general house,
work; $5 a week, with room, board
"and laundry. Address "D.," care Ar
gus. WANTED A young girl to assist with
light housework and care for chil
dren. Call at 2522 Eighth avenue.
Phone west 1009.
FOR SALE Because I must leave Dav
enport, will sell my two apartment
buildings at $S. 200; rents $75 a month;
modern; first class condition; best
location in Davenport. Address "C.
C. Box 93." care Argus.
WANTED Nurses; the Mollne City hos
pital was opened In 1898 .and now has
65 beds, with a corps of 14 nurses
who are under the training of a force
of city physicians, a competent super
intendent, a resident instructress, and
a domestic science teacher. The in
struction Is both practical and theo
retical, enabling them to become state
registered nurses after receiving their
diploma. The course of study covers
three years, during which time they
receive a small monthly remuneration,
and at graduation $100 In cash. Dur
ing their training, a home, uniforms,
laundry and test hooks are given.
Owing to increased patronage, the
hospital Is greatly in need of nurses.
Apply to Miss Margaret Rooney, su
perintendent, Moline City Hospital,
WANTED House cleaning or Ironing,
sweeping or general cleaning. Send
card to 311 Tenth street.
PROFESSIONAL ATTOHNK VS.
torneys-at-law. Oince 111 Ruck Island
National bank building.
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms, 02 and 3u3 Safety
building. Rock Inland. Id.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business; corporation,
probate ana real estate law; 'Ail Peo
ple's bank building. Phone weal 349.
WALKER. INGRAM & SWEENEY At
torney and counselors ut law. Motiey
to loan 011 real estate. Rooms 200
2u3. People's National bank building.
McENlRY & McENIRY Attorneys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
maKe collections. References, Mitch
ell I.ynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 22, and
new 6172. Office at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accidents health and plate glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor.
Safety building' Office prioue, west
9Si6. Residence phone 72t-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees' or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lodges and
society officers; city, state or U. S.
government officials, contractors, po
sitions o f:rust. in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds).
Terms reasonable Hayes & CTeave-
land, resident managers, Fidelity &
Deposit company of Maryland.
CASH paid for ladies' and men's old
clothing, carpets, rugs, etc. Phone
. north 1028-Y.
LET Fross do your paperhanging; 15
cents a roll; wall paper at 6 cents a
roil and up; 609 Twenty-fourth Btreet
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a aituaticn, the Mail and Jouraal Is
the omy paper in Mollne that can do
It fur you. Mail and Journal want
are popular, and Mall and Journal
wants bring results . One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike,
cash In advance: two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mail and
Journal. Moline. IlL
GASOLI E TASKS A.ND PIMPS.
BOWSER underground outfits from $20
and up tSvO.Guu in use). F. M. King,
agent 1511 H Third avenue. Rock la
land. 111. Phone west 20S1. N. B-
Bury your gasoline: it's safer.
CLec.cj !. Ecdissj
(The Beet la the Cheapest 1
F1RK. LIFE. LIGHTNING AJVD WIND
Office. 172 Third avtao. Ka'es rea
eotaaie. ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
CONTRACTORS A5D BUILDERS.
Mar'jfact jrers of ah, Dcti, Blinds
and Stairs. Interior finish c-f all kinda
Hardwocd Veneer iiurrir and deal
ers in Giajss. ill and 2Zi E.atetiaa
FOR BAI.B CITT PROPERTY.
FOR SALE; Cottage In South Heights,
nearlv modern. 4n best residence dis
trict Inquire 1920 Sixteenth street
FOR SALE A good home for $2,650.
located on Seventh avenue, near
Twenty-seventh street Reidy Bros.
FOR RALE Lots In Island View Heights
addition: finest in the city; ask for
prices and tvml C S. McDanlel. (01
Safety building. Rock Island.
FOR BALE Eight-room modern house,
half block from two cax lines, at
2818 Fifth-and-a-half avenue. In
quire at 2828 Fifth-and-a-half ave
nue. FOR SALE Lots in Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments $5 per month
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old puoue
FOR SALE Reldy Bros, have a good
selection of residence property at j
very reasonable prices: also some goo a
investments. Call and see them. I
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 street
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
2V4 acres of ground, with well and
cistern; located one block from car
line; will sacrifice if sold before Sept
Ho. Address "S. G. 8.."' care Argus.
FOR SALE Lota in South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance In five
years. E. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALS At a nargam If taken at
once, a modern eight-room house,
centrally located and near all car
lines; hot watef heat, gas, electric
light; lot 60x140. For particulars ad
dress -Y.," care 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 built only
about 15 years .and has hot water
heat, electric light, gas, and polished
oak floors upstairs and down, has
beautiful fireplace .two stairs, and is
right up-to-date; very reasonable
price, as owner Is leaving city. H. K.
Waijter. agent, Robinson building.
FOR BALE HISCRLtbAlfEOCB.
FOR SALE Parrot at 1702 H Third ave
nue. FOR SALE Folding
FOR 5s ALE A motorcycle; Inquire at
512 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE Organ and heating stove;
1614 Twenty-sixth street.
FOR SALE A fresh milk cow;
at 1019 Tenth avenue, city.
FOR SALE Two single driving horses.
Inquire 1810 Thirtieth street.
A good horse; Hamilton
FOR SALE Brown Leghorns; call at
1010 Thirty-eighth street after 6:30
FOR SALE A harl coal stove, $9, at
1425 Twenty-fourth-and-a-half street.
Phone west 1S66.
FOR SALE Horse, harness and two
wagons. Parker Laundry company,
1314 Third avenue.
FOR SALE One of the finest pieces of
residence property in the city; a great
sacrifice. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE Large davenport and Horn
ler kitchen cabinet; reasonable; al
most new. Call west 1572.
FOR SALE A combination riding
and driving horse. Inquire at 1227
Fourteenth street Phone west 13uo.
FOR SALE Grapes, 1 cents a pound;
come cut them yourself, H. F. Spltz
nas. Twenty-fourth street, Sutb Rock
FOR SALE Large hard coal base burn
er, in girod condition, Jb, if taken at
once, at 2735 Seventh avenue. Phone
FOR SALE -Three-piece parlor suite,
nearly new, standing mission hall
clock, pictures, two saddles, at bull
FOR SALE One Bundhar rug 09 good
as new, window shades, couch, and a
few other articles. Call 13u3 Fourth
avenue. Rock island.
FOR SALE Square dining room table,
large made velvet rujj, couch, and
kitchen cabinet. Call at 823 Aiken
f street, South Rock Island.
FOR SALl A grocery store, doing a
good cash business, In good locality;
party leaving city. Address .'. Joliria,
general delivery. Rock island.
FOR SALE Cheap, pleasure launch, 23
feet long, 5-foot beam. 8-horue power
engine . For particulars address Box
4 fib. Hock Island, or inquire on terry
FOR SALE Cheap, If taken at once,
one Moon touring car, tlve-passengvr.
40-horse power; good as new. Pnone
west 1214, or call at 21 Twentieth
FOR SALE Automobile; Velle, five
passenger. 30-horse power, fore door,
new tires, fine condition, fully equip
ped; $07.1. W. ii. Driggs. 230 Sixth
avenue, Moline. Phone east 11S.
FOR SALE Furniture for five rooms,
upright piano, ail for $175; nearly
new, cost $650; on payments if you
want phone west 17 7. or call at 204
Best building. Rock Island. IlL
FOR HALE One iron bel, spring and
mattress, one fancy rocker, one fine
plush upholsteVed chatr, all In first
class condition; will be sold cheap If
taken soon. Call at 112. Twentieth
FOR SALE A fine large louble deck
passenger barge; would make a splen
did houseboat at small expense; In
good condition, and at a bargain If
taken at once. Address John Pulchow,
Davenport harbor Davenport Iowa,
pnone north 2637-L.
G. H. GH4BBE.
Established 1502. Pnone "S3.
Smart tailored suits and gowns for all
occasions. Exclusive and original de
signs. Advanced styles and perfect fit
guaranteed. Fancy dressmektng and
tailoring taught Corsets expert. y fitted.
So. Putnam building. Davenport la.
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Superflu
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one eo en
needles: four to six hours' work in
one with six needles. Address Miss
A M. Kitu-idge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats.
Brady street Davenport Old p&ur
tut. Out of town until Oct. i.
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE 155 per acre will buy a
. piece of farm land four miles from
Milan; 112 acres. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE Good 450-acre stock farm,
located five miles from Milan: also an
80-acre farm four miles from Milan.
W. I. Mtlsted. Milan. 111.
FOR SALE. At reasonable price, a ISO
acre farm, two miles north and one
half mile west of Taylor Ridge; good
Improvements. Address Mrs. Martha
McAfee, 810 Thirteenth avenue.
FOR SALE Eighty acres unimproved
land in Clark county, Wisconsin;
good road; only two miles to town.
For price and terms address J. P.
Peterson. Box 137. Owen, Wis., or In
quire Fred Sandqulst, 1627 Eighth
FOR SALE Why not ge out of the
high-priced farming country? Buy
Improved farms In the famous Red
River valley of Minnesota and North
Dakota at $45 to $65 per acre: pays
for themselves with a few crops. Ad
dress owner for reliable llteraure or
personal talk. B. K. Thompson, Box
su. care Argus.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp-
piannock nursery. Cut nowers and
designs of all kinds. City store. 16u7
Second avenue. Phone 1110.
TURNED THE TABLES.
An Amusing Incident of Old Tims Pa
An Illustration of early campniptitng
in Illinois shows tbe mxi feeling and
the disposition to let tbe best man win
that often prevailed.
James G. 'Robinson and Richard
OKlesby, afterward governor, were op
ponents for the office of Btnle senator.
The settlements in those duys wera
Bcattcrinf:, und as the rivals were good
friends they ugreed to go together and
hold joint discussions. The under
standing was that If either desired to
talk anywhere else apart from the joint
debates he had a perfect right to do so.
At one place Robinson announced
that he would make a speech in tbe
courthouse. A large crowd greeted
him. Oglesby was sitting in front of
the hotel across tbe way and became
uneasy lest Robinson should get some
rotes away from him.
It happened that Oglesby could play
the violin well. A man enme along
with one under his arm, and Oglesby
asked if he might borrow It for the
evening. The man" consented, and
Oglesby commenced playing in order try
draw the crowd away from Robinson's
meeting. He succeeded. One by one
the men came out of the courthouse.
and when Oglesby swung into a lively
dance measure the crowd responded
with an impromptu "hoe down."
Robinson, seeing his andleoce dwin
dling, stopped speaking and came o'lt
himself. Taking in tbe Hltuatlou at a
glance, he pulled off his shoes and bo
came the most enthusiastic participant,
dancing first with one and then with
another of bis late bearers. The crowd
was delighted, and Robinson had thi
satisfaction of completely turning th
tables on his adroit opponent. Shelby
II. Cullom In "Fifty Years of Public
PIE IS GOOD FOOD.
Even if the Pasts Is Soggy, Chewing
Will Kill Its Terrors.
"In Its proper place," says the New
York Medical Journal, "pie Is not only
a palatable but a nutritious staple, an
excellent vehicle of carbohydrates and
fruit. It Is not essentially Indigestible
and demands only proper mastication
and Insalivation to insure lack of dis
comfort." In other words. If we chew pie as
persistently as we chew the rag about
the Indigestlblllty of pie we shall find
It as sweetly digestible as It is blandly
"Pie crust," this authority goes on to
say, "Is only flour nnd lard, the latter
bplng replaced usually by chicken fat
by those who object to any form of
pork. Delicacy of manipulation Is re
quired In the makln? of the crust, and
such delicacy depends paradoxically
upon great digital strength, for only
the strong have a genuine lightness of
Thus Is explained the armor plate
crust so often the product of the deft
but weak "manipulation" of slender,
pretty and youthful brides as compared
with the flaky, eea foamy kind turned
loose by older and BtifTer lingered
mothers. Rut wait a moment. We can
eat and even live In comfort upon our
sweet girl graduates' pies after all,
for the paper continues, "A soggy
paste, however, made by frail Oncers,
is only aesthetically objectionable, for
resolute chewing will deprive It of its
Now, however, comes the crux of
the pie matter. We customarily "top
off" with pie and cheese after we've
bad a hearty dinner and enough, but
if we eat lightly and then have pie
or make pie and cheese answer for a
whole meal there is not the slightest
ill effect from It
There are diversities of giving as
well as of gifts. To give a little with a
grand air sometimes seems to make
more of an Impression than to give
much modestly. Tbe world bust not
changed ia this respect. Samuel I'epys
wrote in his "Diary" in 1000: "There
was a great number of merchants and
others of good quality (at a dinner) on
purpose to make an offering (to two
newly married servants;, which when
dinner was done we did. and I did give
10 shillings and no more, though I be
lieve most of the rest did give more
and did believe that I did so too." '
cews all the time The
TRIO LODGE NO. 67. A. F. A- A. M.
Meets in stated communication
the first Thursdap of each
month at 7:30 p. m. By order
of Carlton G. Taylor. W. M.; Wlllla
5. feint secretary.
lost akd rovm
STRAYED To Geislers farm. JI27
Ninth street a brown mare. Inquire
Charles Gelsler. 2227 Ninth street
FOl'ND Brown female fox terrier pup.
Owner can have same by calling at
816 Twentieth street and paying tor
LOST Brooch, with diamonds and
pearls. Return same and receive rev
ward. J. L. Hlckey, 1820 Second ave
nue. LOST A brindle ana white bull shep
herd dog: weight 48 pounds. O. F.
Inch. 3104 1-8 Fifth avenue. Rock Is
LOST Between Eighth and Third ave
nues and Eighteenth and Twentieth
streetse 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 SI 12 Fifth avenue and re
LOST Friday afternoon, on Seventh
avenue between Ninth street and St.
Anthony's hospital, a small black
pocketbook containing key and $13.50.
Reward if returned to Argus.
SW EDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Bln
arsen, graduated Swedish masseuse,
gives treatment In private homes.
Phone west K3S-L. Address SIS Thlr-tv-nlnth
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M.
Walker, lawyer, 811 People's bank
building. Phane S4.
EGYPTIAN FORTUNK TELLER Tells
past present and future; gives advice
in all business and love affairs; satis
faction guaranteed; 617 Harrison
unless you want a cheap
loan on your Furniture,
Pianos, Live Stock, Dia
monds, Jewelry or your
All the good people are
patronizing the Out Bate
Loan company 304
Best building, for pleas
ant and private loans.
Phone West 1T7.
THE CONSIDERATE MAN
C) IsTiows that she Is fond of
v fna r r i . n , . . 1 nil,t.&lli, .. . I . . V.
l utam ni uaiumii iflBUH
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 T Quality guar
1718-171H beco'i I Avenue.
Ilione Ve? ISO.
Silver fillings 5 fj0
Cement fillings 25c
Gold fillings X UP
Gold crown 4 Up
Plat" $5 UP
Mitchell S LjujrBoflffiii
over 8 hst batik.
17th Ht. and 2d Ave.