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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912.
"EXCUSE ME" Drawn by M. Myer
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I OUGHT TO TO icE SOME
THING TO D5RDEN THE
PHlN BJT I RFRrMD
OF THIS 6RS YOU USE
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FOR. THREE OR FOUR.
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NeVER MIND THAT NOV!
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KA es III
YOO CRN PRY ME WHEN
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MY MONEY iJ!
Argua Branch Offices
For the accommodation of Its patrons
In various parts of tbe city, The Argus
tiaa 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, news or busi
ness It is also planned to have at each
of these branch offices every evening a
mpply of copies of The Argue of the
Jay. an that any subscriber who may
lave failed under any circumstance to
receive his paper, will be supplied free
The Argus' chain of branch offices
Includes u,e following:
j. jvipps notiun store, 450 Fifth :
If. E. Howe's pharmacy, 4118 Four
RISKS' drug Store Twent v.aeventh ',
Street. Seventh avenue.
l'll meyer drug more. Elerenth ave
nue. Fifteenth street
George w. Millhouse. confectionery,
tnfi Fourth avenue.
Mrs. Indn'ji notion store. Seventh
street. Fourteenth avenue
Il'-imbeck's pharmacy. Hit Third ave-
P.ort-rt drug store,
and Fifth uvenue.
nn Ttiirry-eiKhtf' street
oin grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Steiner rlroir tore, corner Fifth ave
nue :ind T-.vei,tv.thiril street.
FOR KFStT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Seven-room house
vinter and Kits. Inquire, .'.27
t n'h street.
'I'l' en'i' Hi
. of !
l.v. ri.o.ns i,t
lOK KENT Fiirtit -room modern house
HI ll:.4 S.-e :ol jivem e. Apply 1 .-1 7
Itilt KENT- Slx-rin:n s'rl"t!v
louse at 111" Twelf.n street.
1112 T lrtii rtr t
1 nii '
fill RENT Mod. rn lion-"
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1 30ii Second i
t - room don- J
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w ! 1. cellar and pi a. e
tie itiliiitte.-' i,ik frol
tor eh ic ken-:
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at Poiilioan s '
s.'.i '. So .: n Rock Is
u' I. in litiiaiit' s Stat.
and. del .-it
rOM HCSIT PI.ATI
I K RENT
T n: et!
od-rn flat .
t I'lc 'tie
lll'l lire 1'
For HE. Vi
ed tlM I .
21 l Filth
I-'oiir-roi.m i-lcly fniiii.:-'
i:er. s. wer. tr.is and clc
lefciences nqu.led, at
H i ll jr.
FOR RENT Flat of five room;
Khi wild cicctric lihi:it: ti.lrd
$17 per III. IH II, l.l!n i lltll-alid-avenue
t -half I
FOR HKM r MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR KENT -auie store room at f.2 Stx
tecntn siri-et. ln.jutri next door, or
'! Tm lit -second street.
FOR KENT-itejin heated
ill 12 Third uveoi
1. Inn die at the II.
'. possession Oct
ksler slud.o .
FOR RENT Two oihce roou.k, with
modern convrnlvace. suitable as
doctor's otlloo App.y at lllcmeysrs!
drug tor. 634 Sixteenth street
and after Kt. 1. will '
pa -I iii .i ;;' tor a lew,
FR KENT n
horsei. at tn
l'holie mil 14
1 1 v lirook farm
. Georjjie Waaner.
Full RENT OM.ee rooms, second floor,
at li. 17 Second avenue; front rooms;
i.pposite new posturhve, half block
from court hoti-e Inquire in build
ing, of l.linois oil Company.
I'll O FF. M t A I A tTOHUKV S.
jAlhsoN, HI Hti prtTrjt:jitiA
tome) s-at'law. Oil) - in liuck Island
National bank building.
FFARLK A MARSHALL Lawyers
Mi-ue to loan uu fcood real estats
s.i .irily. Ruvins. 302 and 3vJ &iety
t.ulldii g. Rock Island.' III.
WILLIAM M WALKER Attornsy:
grntial law I'LtaitMi, corporation,
piobate and reul eslale law; 3il Peo
ples bank building, l'boue west 349.
WALKER. INGHAM SWEENEY At -toini
s and coiinsclurs at law. Money
to loan on real esia-le. Rooms Sou
2i'3. 1 eople National bank baliding.
MrENIRY McENIRY Attorneys-at-law
Loan money uu good security;
make collections. References. Mitch
ell l.ynde. bankers. Otlice, Hitched
a. L nde building.
MILHI'LE F.I KCTHOLVMS.
Ml' LT1 1'Lcl ELECTROLYSIS SuperOu-
ous r.uirs on lace and arms perma-
i..-n.l removed w ith one eo six j
needles: fuur to six hour' work in j
cue with Six needles. Addrets Miss
A M. Kittrldge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats.
hub street Davenport. Old phone
II HKlKiCK General auctioneer A;
kluds of meicuai.dle and huuxi..'
goods auctioi.d at your house. P.es
ldence. (41 TwenlmtU street Phone
FOR KEJTT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Modern nicely furnished
front room, with alcove, suitable for
two gentlemen: also room for one gen
tleman; breakfast If desired; at 645
Twenty-first street- Phone 1265-L.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms;
217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping at 307 Third street
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for
gentleman only, at 1827 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for lignt housekeeping at 1400V4 Third
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
close i. for gentlemen, at 1S02 Flfih
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 1508
F'u KENT Light housekeeping rooms,
with use of barn. If desired, at 2DU6
FOR KFXT Furnished rooms for light
i.uiisek f ping; si wrr and ens; at 705
Four tn avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
with modern conveniences, at Ki3
FOR HF.NT - Suit.
Ii.sr r o":; 1 ; . i - i
nt'entii m n
of lijfht loilSf'kpep
It " privileges; at :27
FOR RENT Tw
M.-iied rooms f
ut 1210 First a'
i lnrere modern fur
r 1 i n ii t housekeeping
j FOR KENT Modern
n' wly furnished
v T: ! iemt n ; ood
f'-"n, Slliliihie lor
I'" j.ii"ii. J':ionc npt
lit 7;, 2 S. v.
Nicely furnishid front
ail modern conveniences.
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tl.si. .'-int'lc r
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i. t :m;
KENT Ni-trly f'li tiishej south
i. in.il--rn. steam t'e.'it. r e.-souable;
Third averije. flat No 4.
Modern furnished front
for tw-; ill Twenty- I
Phone west JstiK
F K KENT
Two nicely f irnlsh'-d light
. a ' ! IP '"I ii. c.-ii .
F i: ex r
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t-'t I I
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1 1 .,
rn fitrtis-w d rcoms. I
t U i i k eping. at
:nd-a-:.a'.l Mtre.-t. 1
itENT Furnished rooiiit;. gus,
i.'ji water iitau et ' a nositv
nth si n el
R EXT - - Nicely fi;,-ins' ,
'"'-'id II "I s- n .1. in f-t i a
Iioi iiii c 0,, '( -.vein -lour:
I'.iCNT Tv.o iiP
tfi UV -
in j i r . a i
l .. in
its, hotii Iilodi l
d front r-
li ' v n -.-.I
"R KENT- 1 itriilshed n
l; -.I-. k ' pi: . a'l modi
per' d . use ol la m, dry ,
i. v i ii a .-.
:XT - IjirKi front
at!:, walking d:s:aic
4, private lauii.y.
!j. droo'n, 1
- N't'-ely f urt.isia d front
i'I-iii. lannly of t o. use
'i'l.ird ave,.a. . 1 Iclie
iR RENT One large modern room,
wi n h d water steam heal, suitable
! i' one or two gentlemen, it 'Hi
I in uenue.
Ft iR RENT Furnished room In modern
M'-.ilil Healed flat. Applw lieti ri 2 p.
- in or li en .- lo p. u... i61t.
a vi n .
Fi'R RENT - Modern furnished room,
n. Ko.sl locati' n. iiirnac, heat, rent
nas.Imhii. at 2.:4 feVelllh avenue.
Pill. i. e West 12jU-1. i
FUR RENT -- Furnished lartre f ront
room, strictiy modern, suitable lor -two,
use of piione und batu. at 636:
1 m' uty-fourth street
FOR RENT Large well furnished :
south r.in; hot water, telephone;
uu or two Kent lein. n : jj per week, i
9ii6 Fifteenth street Phone 1!I3.
FOR RENT -A large furnlsi'.ed front
room. i:h a.l modern ronvenk m es.
In a private iani:l. lor uu or two, :
geiitiemeii only, im sj, cot:d avtuue.
phone 1 7 2.
I-t it KENT Two front rooms, com-
I-iet. ly f urnished for lignt housckee-D-
in g. itAH rar.ge. v:s.- i. ceiiar; t-j peo
ple .t good character only; at 141i
'i t.lrd a enue.
FOR RENT 1-arge. nicely furnished
front room, suitable for one or two
gentlemen; with or without board:
49 Twentieth street; one-half block
from car line.
FOR KENT Newly furnished modern
room, in quiet home, on Elm street I
ear line. near excellent board, ng
house. Inquire at "12 Twenly-tifta
street after 4 p. in.
FOR RENT iarg. comfortable, all
modern room in private home; good,
quiet neiguborhcod; cooi and snady;p,ANO STORAGE, with heat In winter;
l:o chbdren in house.
Auulv m I
Plaitf west 1
FOR RENT A well furnished room,
with private lavatory, heater for
bath, use i.f phone, and every mod
ern cor.v enu-iu e; co:;v niect to board,
-one block from car line; S33 Seven
teenth street Phone west 1197-X .
ABSTRACTS OF Til Lit
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con-
t.nurii to date covering any real es
tate tn tne county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Is.aud Tit.e & Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney. Secretary; 2u0-;i. second
Boor. Pe-pie's National bank build
ing. Rock island.
HEX R Y GAETHJK l r-..nnt, r r" hi,..
. I p-.anr.isrk njrsiy. Cut flowers and
s I oeeins of ail k.nda. City store, lj
oihl aJfltU. PAOM lUs.
WASTED MAJ.B HELP.
WANTED Bellboys at Hotel Harms.
inquire 1700 Sixth
WANTED Ten laborers; apply
Paulsen. 1201 Twelfth street.
WA.NTED A good collector, at once.
People's store, Jl Twentieth street.
WANTED Five boys, Saturday morn
ing, s a. m.; good pay; 1523 Fourth
WANTED By young man 19 years of
uk-. minor position In office; good
reterence. "M. L.." care Argus.
WANTED Pol is tiers and buffers; Rock
Island Manufacturing company. Four
teenth avenue and Second street
WANTED Plasterers and helpers at
Muscatine. Iowa. Schmidt Bros, com
pany, new Barry building. Muscatine,
WANTED Experienced chocolate coat-
ers. Apply Doellinger-Nelson com-
pciny. Front and Ripley streets. Dav
WANTED Fifteen laborers at U. &
boatyard. Milan, 111.; wages. J1.7J p.r
day .f els:ht hours; chances good for
advancement Apply at canal bridge
WANTED Delivery clerk, married cou
ple t work on farm, and ni'-t.'hitiiic to
take clinri.'f of sand and grav.1 plant.
Inturmaiioii JIure&u, 207 Brady .-.Lrcet,
WANTED At once. COO men. 20 to 40
years old. for electric railway motor
tne:i and conductors: $''.') to tli a
mitT) ti" n i evnceimA t c v u n e v- - tine
opportunity; no strike; rite immedi- i
atelv lor application blank ' Address
17. R. M. C.." care of Arus. I
VV 4 N'TKH Mpn To terirn ln rtter trrlfl'
commission paid for brinwinx stu- i
li.-Titv,; whi-s 1:1 lini.uinijr di ijarlmetit ;
lirst work on Ir.e customers; all
iraitical: instructions with charts
and diagrams saves year; catalogue
trie. Moler Barber coin ge, Chicago,
M'ASl-I KU KIMEll.iXeOl l
WANTED As soon as pohsible. furnish.-
d modern house. Phone west Z'J.
WANTED To buy. S. & H. 'green trad
ins stamps. Address Cll Eleventh
si rc t.
d. i el iuMe ili.-.-sui i k. : ,
WANTED To clean wr
i:ou.-c. Drop u pyc.1,
II paper In your
, or cull at L'.'.i'-'
.'ANTED fuimni-y and furnace clean
i'ltr by ixpcrieiaed man. (J. M. Rini
420 Ninth street, city.
WANTED Boarders and roomers or
laid' boardei-. i-.t fiin. 'rwcnty-seconcl
sirti-i, oi-'i'J ru-me c.njking.
WANTED To exchange, typewriter in
w-.rki'.e ord'-r lr K'od hie,.-!.-. Caii
at ai'j Sev.-rth avenue, city.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder'
'.vork rwiivcK carel'ji attenlion. Mrs.
.lager. ZiiwO Scvtritu avenue. Piione
W'-NTED Mi! n ;in-l
'i a., a. to la... Id a
l ril l "h V n."ll' es; I
.v . tut. t:i l.i tVitet,
if, or two K-n-lo'i'n;
of piione; 1i.i2j
WANTED II:.' refined
c.i.ldt ei., wo or taret-
couple without I
f. r.ii-ned roums j
i'.r light 1.' 't.-ekee' ititf. viviiny of
.:.i.vk is.iiid depot; Zo'JS Ninth avenue,
i;. l.:u. i:..
WANTi-'D -To liuy.fpvm to nlr.eorten-lo.-.n
nouac; modern and in good los
ca'.icn. not tn.- far oi.t, if you iwn
s icn a li.ij.a-, and riiiliy want to ois
p. se i'f M'tne. n.aKe your lowest price,
ilh full d scrR.tion. and send same
to "S. li. 4." care Arg-ls.
WANTED To buy. new " and second
Land goods. stovs. turniture. carpets,
etc.. also cast-otT clothing. hats,
shoes, etc.; 1 pay highest prices; will
buy. sell or trade unylhtng of value.
S. Frier's sje.-oiid liaad store. 15iJ
Second avenje. phone west 24 7.
A X TKIl A OEMS.
WANTED I-ady agents for our famous ' John Welch, late of ttie coirity of Rock
Knl'i.'p pclticuats; our many agents Is. a nd. state of Illinois, deceased, here
iujkc t"Md incomes; experience un- j by gives notice that she will appear be
i,c -ssary; silling on siKhl to tvery fore the probate court of Rock Island
l ltd .
write guick lor exclusive ter-
Spciman A; Co., Chii-ago.
IX SI KAX'CE.
1 PLEASANT F. COX
Real estate and
insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
... ...e--..-- -.
boue'iicu. moiic west a, ana i
vjince Hi court nouse.
BENNETTS Insurance Agency Fire,
life, t...L'iuent. heaitn and piate gla-ss;
Teal - le and loans. occond lioor.
bad-. ouilding orhce pnone. wimi
but. . s.dence phone 72i-K. Open;
Wed. aa and bulum.y evenings.
niitust: . i s . guardians , trusleis' ot
any kir.u . .: idic.al bonds; lod.- an- i i.ois. deceased, hereby gives notice mat
society oin.ei-s; ciiy. state or L. 14- he wiil appear before the Hon. Benja-Kovtriiiiii-.'ii
oliicials; contractors, po-, min Bell, juuge of the probate court of
billons o Krusl; in fact any kind ol
bond you want texcept bail bonds).
Terms reasonable Hayes &c C.eave
land. resident managers. Fidelity l
deposit company of Maryland.
EtrRKSS AX D STORAGE.
RELIABLE STORAGE On Or.t floor;
wagon covers, etc Tents for rcnt;
aUo manufacturer of awning i, tents.
Koessler &. CO- lu9 Fifteentn street
ntire second fi.jor of our store build
lug. devoted to storing of pianos, no
dampness or cold to creek the var
t ls.i. Best place in the trl-cities.
iiowlby Music store.
FOR SALE Saloon doing good, steady
busin.ss; good iocajiiy; reason for
selling, nave anctr.er business that
requires all my lime. Inquire 431
IF you want to begin or expand buat-
nana, write the board of Trade. Wy.
burn. Saskatcnewan. We want Indus
tries, retailers and wholesalers. Elec
tric power, water, fuel, cheap. Build
ers witn ccpital needed. Population
uoubled this year.
BIGGEST and Best Western Weekly;
interesting and instructive depart
ments f rr young and old; tells about
"pp. rtunr. es ir. tne west for a-r.bi-ttoas
men: special offer, six months'
trial sabs, ription. 2s big isu. s 19
cents Address Weekly Capital, Dept
i. lupe&a, jxan.
WABTED FFHI A LIB HELP.
Chambermaid at Hotel
WANTED A dining room girl;
1S10 Second avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at 1324 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Qlrl to do- general house
work at St. Anthony's hospital.
WANTED A dining room girl to work
night. Apply 1610 Second avenue. .
WANTED Two experienced waitresses
et 3034 Fifth avenue. Johnson & Set
tle. WANTED Girls; apply Crescent Mac
aroni oc Cracker company, Davenport.
WANTED Cook and dishwasher at
private boarding house at 3021 Fifth
WANTED Middle aged woman to do
general housework in family of two,
at 251S Eighth avenue.
WANTED Clerks, wrappers and cash
girls. Call Wednesday morning at 9
o'clock at L. S. McCabe Ac Co-.
WANTED Reliable, experienced girl to
do general housework; sowl wages.
Apply til3 Twenty-third street
WANTED A young girl to assist with
liKht housework and care lor chil
dren. Call at 202V Eighth avenue.
Phone west 1009.
WANTED Trang girl to assist with
general housework; no washing: or
ironint-: must t;o home niKhls; at
2221 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Position in Rock Island by
young Jaity wno lias nail nve years
experience as cashier, bovkneeper and
typist. Phone west 434-1'.
" 1 "
Two extra good solicitors
for a bit; nro-positlon ; must put up a
KooU appearance anil have best reier
ences; MX months' contract; extra big
money !f you can make good. Foster,
1523 Second avenue
WAX TED SITUATIONS.
WANTED Position as a second baker.
I Inquire 1327 Second avenue.
LOST AND FOUND.
j l'Ol'ND Brown female fox terrier pup.
! Owi -r can iiaxe same liy calling at
j M.j Twentieth street and paying for
LOST Rot wren Peventh and Eighteenth
avenues, uii Thirtieth mreet, a sun
burst bioo.-h. Return to 717 Twenty
n I n til si n et.
LOST In front of Stxtons clothing
More, a hind satchel containing a
clock, pocket book and bank book.
Return to 3112 Fifth avenue and re
):u:l Sfi'.iilay evening, in Rook Is
i.r on Fourth a'eu'ie car, a gold
.-e. witii la! ;re -ellow stoiii in
latu. Finder call east 507-K and
LOST Or stolen, on Oct. 3. at 12;45 p
li:.. in r.t-w postollice. n small red note-
!"...k. with name 'Of Deltnar Wall.-n
coi.i.:ui . a i'l In 1 and pawn ticket for
(ii.in nili-ii. 1 ii.d r if turn to J.
s -hoils. 201 Satcty building, and re
" , . , " V "
aiol c:ai:ris cuiiecieu.
Walker, lawyer, 311
but.u.i.K- 1 hane 349.
IT IS a well known fact that the gyp
sies are the only true fortune tellers
in the wrld. Tells past and future;
Kives advice o-n iove and business,
and ali affairs; satisfaction guaran
teed: lll'J West Third street, Daven
Estate of John Welch, deceased.
Tne undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix ot the estate of
o-jiitv. at tlie probate court room, in
the city of Rock island, at the Decem
ber term, on the lirst Monday in De
cember next, at which time all persons
navitieT claims against said estate are
not.iic.l and requested to attend for the i
purpose of having the same adjusted, j
Ali peisons Indebted to said estate are
requested to maxe iinineu.aie titvmeiit
Iiated 1st (lav or October, A. . 1912.
ANNIE C. WEIjCii, Adn.inistrarix.
IiIcEiiiry & MiKmry, solicitors.
Estate of Emma C. Lloyd, deceased.
The underslaucu having been id-
1 nolnteil eneentor of the last will find
I testament of Emma C. Llo-yd. late of
i tr,e county of Rock Island, state of Ilii
Rock Island county, at tne probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at tne
November term, on the first Monday in
November next at which lime ail per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend for
tne purpose of having li e same adjust
ed. Ail persons indebted to said estate
are requested to mke immediate pay
ment to tne unaersignea.
Dated 14th day of September. A. P.
1912. ADDIooN RUSH,
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
(The Best Is the Cheapest.
FIRE. LIFE. LIGHTNING AND WIND
Office. 172s laird nm. Ksres rea
outule. ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Manufacturers of Sash. Dors. Blinds
and Stairs. Interior hn.sa cf all k.nda
hardwood eceer Hornr.rf and ami-
ers In U.
for iai.e crrr propertt.
FOR SALE One of the finest pieces of
residence property In the city; a great
sacrifice. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE Cottage, cheap; 1S09 Tenth
street; water and gas; one block from
car line; owner leaving city.
FOR SALE Cottaga In South Heights,
nearly modern. In best residence dis
trict Inquire 1S20 Sixteenth street
FOR SAI.E Six-room cottage and two
lots, witr fruit; owner leuving city.
V. Q. Simpson. 1015 Thirteenth ave
nue. FOR SALE Six-room cottage and two
lots, with fruit; owner leaving city.
Apply to U. G. Simpson. 1015 Thir
FOR HALE Lots in Island View Heights
addition; finest in the city; ask for
prices and terms. C. S. McDanlel, 60
Safety building. Rock Inland.
FOR SALE- Lots in Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments to per mouth.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old piione
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 Lot, also small house about
half finished; will sell cheap if taken
at once. Inquire after 6 p. m , Fif
teenth avenue between Thirty-fourth
and Thirty-tit' th streets.
FOR SALE One four-burner gas range,
one gas heater and one Richmond
electric vacuum cleaner; all in first
class condition; will be sold cheap.
Inquire at 1425 Second avenue.
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
aces of ground, with well and
cistern; located one block from car
line; will sacrifice if sold before Sept
30. Address "3. G. 8.." cars Argus.
FOR SALB Lots In South Heights,
eotfth of Aiken street between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; 125 down, balance In five
years. E. W. Robinson. 1464 Rich
mond street Phone west lltjS-K.
FOR SALE At a bargain If taken at
once, a modern eight-room house,
centrally located and near all car
lines; hot water heat, gas, electric
light; lot 60x140. For particulars ad
dress "Y.," care Argua, or call west
FOR SALE Practically new modePn
eight-room house in South Heights;
three lots, garage, and chicken house;
three blocks from Long View park;
live minutes walk Iroin 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 lias been built only
about 15 years .and has hot water
heat, electric light, gas, and pollslied
onk floors upstairs and down, has
beautiful fireplace ,two stairs, and is
right up-to-date; very reasonable
price, as owner is leaving city. II. li.
Walker, agent., Robinson building.
FOR SALE MICRLt.AlEOC9.
nue. -Parrot at 1702 Third ave-
FOR SALE Folding go-cart; phone
FOR SALE Yale motorcycle; Inquire
2723 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE A folding
'1 wi nty-second street.
bed at 909
i"S Eleventh avenue.
FOR SALE A soft coal heater at 24 32
FOR SALE Small heater, good as new.
Inquire 1501 Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE Brown LeghoniB; call at
loll) Thirty-eighth street after 6:30
FOR SALE Horse, wagon and harness
for 360, at 1117 Thirty-fifth street,
FOR SALE Hard coal stove range and
las range at 2517 Flf ih-and-a-half
FOR SALE Hot Blast and Rock Island
heating stoves at 2946 Eleventh-and-u-hail
FOR SALE Choice Rural New ' York
late potatoes; extra quality keepers.
Phone west 913.
FOR SALE Large da venport and Hoos
ier kitchen cabinet; reasonable; al
most new. Call west 1572.
cod cup ci- v. ti .
range, good as new; also, roll top oak
Usk. inquire t24 1 hirty-sixth street.
FOR SALE A S45 davenport, in stor
age, -practically new, at 322: also a
335 hard coal base burner at $12. 5u.
Address "F. G.." care Argus.
FOR SALE A grocery store, doing a
good cash business. In good locality;
party leaving city. Address C7 Johns,
gtueral delivery. Rock Island.
FOR SALE A horse and top wagon;
n.lihnr llrMl I.iil ur..l ... ...a
hard coal heater. inquire Mod-m
Tea company. 322 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE Cheap, pleasure launch. 22 :
feet long, 5-foot beam. 8-horsc power
enaine . For particulars address ft i
4 .'8, Rock island, or Inquire on ferry
FOR SALE A carload of nice hand
picked winter apples; by bushel or
whole lot. Apply at car foot of Nine
teenth street and First avenue. W. F.
FOR SALE Two bargains in automo
biles; one seven-passenger Carter car,
one five-passenger Ford, In first class
condition. Inquire Morris IL W'ilcli
ers garage, ldla Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Furniture for five rooms,
upright piano-, all for 1175; nearly
new. cost fSaO; on payments if you
want Phone west 177. or call at 104
Best building. Rock Island. lit
SWEDISH MCA EMENT Miss A. Ein
arsen. graduated Swedish masseuse,
gives treatment in private homes.
Phone west Sj-L. Address Cls Tt-lr-tv-nlntb
GASOLIXC TASKS AND PUMPS.
BOWSER underground outfits from $20
ar.d up tb.j0.0JO in use). F. M. King,
agent loll1 Third avmue. Rock is
land. 111. Pnone west 2021. N. B-
Bury your gasoline; it's safer.
FOR SAL'S LANDS.
FOR SALE Good 450-acre stock farm,
located five miles from Milan; also an
)0-acre farm four miles from Milan.
W. L Milsted. Milan. IlL
FOR BALE At reasonable price, a 120
acre farm, two miles north and one-
half mile west of Taylor Ridge; good
Improvements. Address Mrs. Martha
McAfee, 410 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 Sandquist 1627 Eighth
FOR SALi: 22 acres, J125. !H miles
from good town, Rock Island railway,
15 from Ottumwa: tine farm through
out; always well kept up; good Im
provements; produces equal to 1225
Illinois land: attractive investment.
H. Graham, Grandvlew, Iowa.
CASH paid for ladies' and men's old
clothing, carpets, rugs, et,c. Phone
LET Fross do your paperhanging; 15
cents a roll; wall paper at 5 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 'aii 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-half cent
per word is the price to all alike,
. cash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Malt and
Journal, Moline, 111.
G. II. GUABI1I3.
Established li02. phone 733.
Smart tailored suits and gownH for all
occasions. Exclusive and original de
signs. Advanced styles and perfect fit
guaranteed. Fancy dressmaking and
tailoring taught. Corsets expertly fitted.
So. Putnam building, Davenport la.
EGYPTIAN FORTUNE TELLER Tells
j-iihI, present and future; gives advice
Tn all business and love affairs; satis
faction guaranteed; 617 Harrison
The Process of Their Making Is
a Profound Secret.
In a closely guarded room of a Rmall
shop In an obscure Swedish village a
man tolls in secret, says a writer In
Cassler'a Magazine. Just how be ac
complishes what he does no one knows,
not even hi sonn who work with litui.
Jobuunson has. made the world beat
a path to his door, for lie bus discov
ered the secret of making a more ac
curate limit gauge than any previously
Id use. A ntngle set of his gauges
gives a practically unlimited series of
sizes, rising by steps of a ten-thousandth
of un Inch much less than the
traditional bulr's brendtL to twenty
six Inches. It Is said that 80.000 com
binations of these gauges are possi
ble. No dimension within their limits has
been cited that they failed to repro
duce. Extreme accuracy in building
machinery, particularly that of motor
cars. Is of the greatest Importance, and
the first step toward that end Is the
perfection of a standard. Making such
standards la a tedious and expensive
process. Rnt Jolinnnson. has not
found It so, or else lie values his se
cret Hjrntly from the pecuniary point
of view, for he Is able to pay Uncle
Sam a duty of 45 per cent and still
oSfer his) grmpes in the American mar
ket for a few hundred dollars, although
they could not be made here for many
times their price.
When two of these Swedish gauges
re "wiped" together so as to exclude
the air from between them they ad
here with a pressure which experi
ment has fihown to exceed thirty
pounds to the sqnare Inch. Twenty
or more pieces may be thus wiped to
gether and supported horizontally by
merely bulding the lat one. which
means that the accuracy of their vari
ous surfaces is almost absolute.
Finishing otiej surface or two sor-
faces to a very close limit by lapping
-rubbing together with a fine abrasive
a comparatively simple
matter. BUt achieving such perfect
parallelism as is shown by these re
markable gauges is quite another
thing, a secret quite well worth know
ing. The peculiarity about this mysteri
ously powerful adhesion of the sep
arate pieces is that tbe feel of the
built up gauge thus formed Is exactly
the same as that of a single piece of
metal, and this holds for' any combi
nation, the number of pieces forming
It not affecting tbe sensation In tbe
slightest. Any skilled mechanic will
understand instinctively tbe meaning
of this and its testimony to tbe ac
curacy of the gauges.
For Instil nee. a one inch- gauge may
be built up of pieces representing
0.50.20.05-MM-rO.l inch, and the
resulting piece will be one inffh abso
lute, or any one of several other com
binations may be made to represent an
inch, and blindfolded the most expert
mechanic could not detect any differ
ence between the manner la which this
composite inch 'gauge atid the one
piece inch gauge fitted In a snap gauge
unless you want a cheap
loan on your Furniture,
Pianos, Live Stock, Dia-
monds, Jewelry or your
All the good people are
patronizing the Cut Sate
Loan company 304
Best building, for pleas
ant and private loans.
Phone West 177.
TRIO LOTXJE NO. B7, A. F. A A M.
Meets in stated communication
the first Thursdap of each
month at 7:80 p. m. By order
of Carlton O. Taylor, W. M.; William
li. l'ettlt secretary.
of tbe same size. It would be an easy
matter to confuse the two In handling.
Mr. Johannson, the backwoods In
ventor who discovered what thousands
of the most expert mechanics In ma
chine building centers have vainly
sought for half a century, limits his
output to a few hundred sets of gauges
a year whether purely from Inclina
tion or because of mechanical difficul
ties In production is as much a secret
as the process Itself and one that be
will doubtless take with him when be
Burden Bearers In Mestlea.
Strong backed laboring men take the
place of moving vans In Mexico. There
are huge flat trucks with four bandies
Into which things are piled and lugged
along the city streets. On moving day
the household furniture may be seen
paraded In full gase of the curious
from street to street to tbe new desti
nation. These men are railed carga
dores and combine the usefulness of
messenger boy and the porter of the
old world. The great burdens borne
thus by the strength of a single carrier
are amazing. A piano will be carried
along by two men on one of the strong
A Generous Empress.
It Is said that one morning at break
fust a -general related to the emperor
the misfortunes of a brother officer,
who, "because be had not 15.000 franca,
must be dishonored." While tbe em
peror questioned further particulars
Eugenie flew to her room and, return
ing with a package of banknotes, said,
"Take them, general, and never tell me
his name." And bis name the' gener
ous empress never knew.
news aTJ the time Tbe
THE CONSIDERATE MAN
knows that Bbe la fond of
ice cream and naturally wishes
to oCer 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
1718-1718 Secon I Avenue,
Fbone Yet '156.
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