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I "TOO flstE. THE SENTIEMAM THHT
GOT n ciNle.e. in vaue pyc
WHILE, RlPlNS ON OUH.RHILIWO1
Argus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of Its pMront
In varlfiu? parts of the rltv, The Argus
I s estunllsi.ed a system of brant n of
fices where subscriptions and want ad
ertlstng may be received and any In
formrttlon left that may pertain to any
& pa rtmenl of trie nauer. newa or bual-
vnn It la also planned to have at each
s ippiy or copli a of The ArfUl or thai
day. o that any subscriber who may .
Iiave fal.ed under
-a under any c rc .mstances to i
la paptr, will be supplied free
or c ar
The Argus' chain of
include ti.e following;
branch offloaa ,
J. J. Kipp's notion more. 450 Fifth
H. K. Tiowt'i 'pharmacy. 4111 Four
11. .u .1 - . , T- . .. . b. I
tr. . t. Set-enih avenue '
I llemeyer s drug ature. Elvanth ave
nue. Fifteenth street. ,
George W. Mllihouae. confectionery.
fcOf. Fourth avenue-
iet, ro-irteenth avenue.
Helmbeck'a pharmacy. iZ Third
Rodert 1ru store.
Thirtieth street I
ana rirtn avenge.
College pharf.iacy, Seventh
ana Thlrty-eiicr.;!. f.trevt.
O'suri grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Btelner ti.-ijp dtore. c.-irner Fifth
fiue nnd Twenty-third Krovt. '
t'in RENT Modern elicht-room house.
Iri'i'ilre 12'J1 Fifth avenue.
tei-n: !i siii-c
Seven-room house, with
rup. Inquire 37 Nine-
FOR RENT Utrletly modern house of
five rooms at nil Twentieth atreet.
i"7ie t,i.-vT ir71 . " ' . I
RT-Klrht-room mcern house j
i J nvifij ,
FOR RENT Modern home,
fcvenu Apply CoiiueUy
1'eople a Rank bulluing.
FOR RENT Modern eight-room dou
ble house nt fcuii Meventefiith street
Ilni'iire at 161IU Ninth avenue.
m i-icvt c b . . n , , '.".! - i
FOR J.EM -Sev. n-room strictly mod-,
en. house at 12m ..iirteenth street.
Ir. quire at bt'! beveutvnlli street. 1
FOR RENT East half .f double house, j
five pl. asst.t rooms at 25' Fourth !
tvenue. Inquire al 23u Fourth ave-
tv.ii" iii'vf""i . '" "I
1 IU VrA '"'"';",'"'"'-"'!
suiiHiiiT kitciien. one bio. k from 1-ot.g
view inn . In.iulre 14'io T entv-tifili :
H RENT -
Four-room house, with
lien, on-- block from Long
Inquire 14ml T went y-nf t h !
M . . t.
Fi'U RENT .Modern house at lcl9
Twenty-first street Inquire at loos
Fotirteent n-and a - i.aU st reel, or phone
Fil RENT -A six-room house, all m
rn eept furnace. ioe to school;
atiu (oit, on. I,!.,, k f.om iar line, j
rtooress I. It . I a re A TfC us i
FOR RENT- -A sn room house, large
rooms; all modern ept heat. 122s i
Twe'.tth street For fi.rtior partic.
nlai s. leave Hddi ehs "I are M. K , " care '
For RENT Four-room cottage, good
well, ,-elhir and pla e for chickens:
I've minutes' walk t i om car line. C.
Keg.-lhruKKf Inquire at Fohlnian s
I'"-. South Roek rl:ind Ijet off tlr
at Luchinanu'a Station
FOR REIKI rLSTa
FOR KENT- - A modern fiat; inquire loi'l
Twentieth stte.t I'hone st 61'1-X.
FoR HKST Flat of five rooma; bath.
gas and i-lc-trle light: third floor;
i: per iiioi.ih. I .--'. Fifth-and-a-half
avenue. Mr. Walker
FOR HKT MMtEILAKKOCI.
1 i R KENT hut
store room at 526 Six
Inquire next door, or
FOR RENT Steam heated store room
at !s.'2 Third avenue, possession Oct.
I. Inquire at the Hlaks.ee studio .
1'UK KENT Two office rooms, with ail
modern ronvi nlci.ces. suitable as a
doctors other. Apply st l'Uemeers
drug store. 524 Sixteenth street. ,
FOR KENT Olllce rwni second floor. I
at 1 i i 7 Sifintl avenue, front rooms;
opposite in w stutlii e. half block ;
fiom court houe. iuqulie lu bulid-
liiti. of Ililnoii; oil company.
jAt'KSo.N. Ill Ri' A SI AFFORD At
tori.e s-at-law. uittve in Rock Island
Nail ii.al bank building
bi.AHl.h. MAKsiiAU, Lawyers
Mo:ie tj loan on good real estate
scutit. Rooms. wM2 and 3ui blely
buliilll.g. Koc island. 1U.
WILLIAM U WALKER -"Attorney ;
ge; , ral iaw business, corporation,
pi, l aic i.i. u re.. l cMalc law, ill peo
pi s I. a uk buiidu.g Phor.e west S49.
WALKER. INuHAM A BVVtKNEV At
torne snd cuunet lor at law. Money
lo loan oil real estate. Rooms luO
lil. Peoples National bank bei.d.ng
McENlRY A MCENIRY Attorneys-at-law
Lean nioiiry on good security;
make co.lec'.lk.us. References, Milch
ei. A Lnde. bankera ORice. Mitchell
A L liile balldl g
PKA?IT. B4 TTO S, PI EATlxGI.
DAVENPORT PLEATING. BUTTON 1
NoVKI.l'V CO Phone 71. 230 So. I
1'i.tnain building. iNivenptirt. Iowa. I
I', it pronanta. flags, nionoirami. pil
low i-'er. etc . accordeon nd knife'
pleat .r gs. from 2c yard and up. Buttons j
covered in plain and colored ivory :
rlma. f roin lee d,sen up. Dress forrrA.
' " " '
O AUl.lE TANKS AND PI MPS.
K'UfcIl underground outfits from S24
anu up ttuc.OuO In use'. F. M. King,
agent. 151 11) Third avenue. Rock Is
land. Ill Phone west lull. S. B
Pury our gasoline: it's safer.
EOiPTIAN FORTl Nli TELLER TelU j
I"t present and future; gives advice i
in ail ba nesa and love sfta.ra. al ,
faction guaraniead, 417 Lwarnaoa
I fiNO NHflT3 MORE.- ) CflMB WITHIN I I
. CCSTMe FIFTVBWCIC IN SiMSaW
roR reut noon.
FOR RENT Modern nicely furnished
front ronnr., with alcove, suitable for i
two gentlemen: also room for one gen- I
tlrman. hr-akfnst If desired; at 945.-
Twenty-first street. Phone 126-L. )
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms;
217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT-Furnl.hed room for light
housekeeoin at 107 Thtr4 itri
""""-keening at Sj7 Third street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for
gu,.mitn only. at s.h avenue.
roR RENT Modern furnished rooma
f'-r ligut housekeeping at 14004 Third
! FOR KENT Modern furnished rooms.
e in. for gentlemen, at 102 Klfth
FOR REST Two modern furnished
r'i"Tns for light housekeeping at 1506
vi . 11. ii urmiru, & I A V 'J
FOR RENT Rooms, with board, in
. nmciern house; Ij.oU per week; at 1I8
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
with modern convenience, at j3
FOR R ENT Suite of light housekeep
ing rooms; laundry privilege; at ii'ii
hi vt nteentli utreet.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rwm in
rlat- i.orne. use of hath and phone;
K1C Twenty-fifth street.
FOR RENT Two iHrge mcwlern fur
nished rooms for lignt houiekteplng
t 1210 1'irst avenue.
;lFOI RENT Modern newly furnished
r'eniiM. suitable for gentlemen; good
locaiion. i'hone west 324.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
r,JO:n -ttlth all modern conveniences.
fit S.vilMi.ht i it rib
FOIt RENT Modern furnished front
room .alai slnni room, at 24?Eiglitn
avenue. Phone west il2-L,.
FOR RENT Newly furnished south
room, modern, steam heat, reasonable;
lKoo Third avenue, flat No. 4.
FOR RENT Modern furmshe-1 front
room, suitable for to; 111 Twouty.
,,mth street, i'hone west lU
1 'room1 onrafloor" a
Wti, b.-ard. at f 19 Sv
uitable for two,
'uiiil avt iuie.
' FOR RENT .Modern furnished rooms.
suitable for light houo k-eplng. at
UU1 Fourieeiitii-and-a-half strsot,
. . !
KENT Furnished rooma. sraa.
bath .not water heat. etc. OddobIIb
court house; J!17 Fltteenth street.
FOR RENT One laigo front room,
wlih incrdern i on enu no . use of
phone. Inquire Nineteenth .reet.
FOR RENT Nlo.lv furnished room.
with oo.ird If desired, lu private lam- 1
Ii) Inquire ti'.'U Twenty-fourth street. ,
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, wnn an inuiiern conveniences,
in pruate family, at 22uu Siitn an-nu-.
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FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light'
hous. k. . ping ; ml modern, nt-wlv pa- I
per-d, use ol laundry; at :,14 Filthi
enue. ' I
Laige front bdroo:n,
wa king d stance I'hone
prlvalo laiiniiy; lelelemis
west 2 u .vi ,
Ft 'R RENT
Nicely furnished front
modern, tamlly ot i w o. use
at 12. u Tiiird avenue, i'hone
of j none
Ft 'it RENT Furnished room In modern
! sti-aui hcate-i Hat. Apply Ixion- 2 p.
I in. or fiom a to s p. Ul. t luti'n Third
I avtiiue. tint 4.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room. '
in go"l location, furnace heat; rtnl,
reasonable, at 2i24 Seventn aven ue. ; WANTED Man and wife, or two gen
ii. one wist 1260-V. tlemen. to board and room; all inod-
I ern conveniences; uae of phone; lu35
FOR RENT Furnished large front! Seventeenth street; flat 2.
room, strictly modern, suitable - tor
two, use of phone and Lain, at iSa
1 w nty-fnurth streeC
FOR RENT Newly furnished modern
room, In quiet home, on Elm street
car line, mar ex ellent board. ng
house Inquire at 712 Twenty-nfUi
street after 6 p. m.
FOR RENT lArgi. comfortable, all
modern room in private nome; good,
vuici ucig ii utria-ju, coul ana shady:
no chlidiru lu house. Apply 929
T went) -second street. Phone west
FOR RENT A well furnished room,
with private lavatory, heater for'
lath, use of phone, and every mod-'
err. convenience . convenient to board, I
one too, k I rom car 1 ne. 33 Seven
teenth ;rtiL Phone west 1197-X .
BIMES9 OPPOHTl MTIES.
' FtR SALE Saloon doing good, steady
1 business, gooq ii, aiiii . reason tor
seh-i.g. Iiiivti anotner busn.css that
reqiii,.s all my time. inquire 431
IF you war. I lo begin or expand bust
cesa. write the Loard of Trade. Wey
burn. Saskatchewan. We want indus
tries, retailers and w holesalers. Elec
tric power, water, fuel, cheap, build-
era witn capital needed.
ooubied this y aar.
EXPRESS AD STORAOE.
RELIABLE STORAGE On nrst floor,
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent;
also manufacturer of awnlngi. tantA
Uosssler A Co, Svt Fifleer-tn sireet.
PIANO STORAGE, with heat in winter;
entire teco-.d Tost of cr store build
ing, devoted to storing of pianos, no
dampnes or cold to ere. k the var
nish H-st place In the tri-citles.
B jwibv M ialc store.
tr. ,-. : "
"t-LTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Superflu-
ous hairs on face and arms perma-
centiy removid w nn or e eo a:
needles: four to six hours" work in
one with six needles. Address Miss
A M. Klttrldge. Flat n. Argyle Flats.
Brady street. Davenport, old phone
FORTVXE TEL 1. 1 NO.
IT IS a well known fact that the grp. I
Sirs are the only true fortune tei.ers
In tee wond. lelis ps.t and future;
gives advice on !ov- a.-J b-? r.. s.
ar.d si. s.,j:r.. snisfa t;.r, j i.ria-
i", ni v. c- itura iuu leaven-,
THE ROCK ISLAND
VA!rTEI MALE HELP.
WANTED Bellboys at Hotel Harms.
WANTED Men; Inquire. 1700 Blxth
Buss boy at Rock Island
WANTED Ten laborers; apply H. F.
1'aulaen. 1201 Twelfth street.
at C. R. I. & p. round house,
to foreman on roof.
419 Seventeenth street
a(f, minor position in office;
relt rem . "M. 1.," cars Argus.
WANTED Pollsners and buffers: 1
Island Manufacturing company. Four
teenth avenue and SeconJ ttreet.
WANTED At once, young men.
Rock Island lines news service. J
ply J. J. Urier news stand. Ruck Is
references. Apply J.
Ihlund news stand.
WANTED Fifteen laborers at U.
boatvard. Milan. 111.; wages. SI. 75
day of tight hirurs; chances good
advancement. Apply at canal brlc
WANTED Delivery clerk, married cou
ple to work on farm, and mechan
take charge of eand and gravel p
Information Hureau. 2u7 Brady si
WANTED A young lady who
spend her evenlntis ut h'.vrie may
the use of a room gratis at 14 Fif
teenth street; the desire Is tha'
will be a companion to tue lad
WANTED At once. r.OO men. 20 to
years old, lor electric railway moto
men and conductors; JI'J to $lo
month; no experience necessary; 11:
opportunity; no strike; write Immedi
ately fur application blank. Ad
"E. K, il. ic C." care of Argus.
WANTED Men to
learn barber tra5;
dents; wages m finishing depmtrr
first work on free rusto-meYs;
practical; Instructions with ci
and diagrams saves years; catali
free. Multr Barber college, Chic
W H TED M I9CEI.I. A KOV ,
WANTED One good soft coal
stjvt Phone west 12S4-Y.
As soon as porsible. furnish
Plione west 29.
WANTED To buy. S. & H. green trad
ing stamps. Address 614 Eleventh
VANTED A large soft coal or cold j
t uian stove in nrst class condition, t
I'hone west &2C-L.
CARPET cleaning done by the Hoover
cleaner; calls uuwerd. Phone west
loso. Harry White.
- - .
WANTED To c!ean wall paper In your
house. Drop a postal, or call at 2502
I WANTED Chimney nnd furnace clean
1 Iiik- tiv exnerieliced mnn. ii t Rln-I
42u Math street, city.
WANTED Boarders and roomers or
tanle boarders at 500 Twenty-second
street. Good rorae cooking.
WANTED To exchange, typewriter in
working order for good bicycle. Call
at 3S16 Seventh avenue, city.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder
work receives careful attention. Mrs!
Mager. 2'U Seventh avcuue. Phone
WANTED By refined couple without I
children, two or three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, vicinity of
Rock Island depot, 25us Ninth avenue.
WANTED To buy. new and second
hand gooda, 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, 1605
Second avenue. Phone west Z4i.
. ,- iu'iiu). ai iiiu pionaiM court room, in
ro.m house, modern ar.d U good lo- tne clt. ltork Jsiund, 8t ,he ltTfra.
cation, not too far out; if you o:Wr xm nn the ,irst Monday in De-:
s.ch a house, and really want to die- . .t -i,,..i, i .'...,
k"; ?i me' - ? ur i""" P-'C- having claims agalust said estate are,
with full description, and send same ; notified and requested to attend for trie'
to "8 B. e4. ' care Argus. i ... i .i. ... ... . . , I
WANTED Lady agents for our famous : testament of Emma C. Lloyd, late of
Knlttop petticoats; our many agents ' the county of Rock Island, state of J lit -make
good incomes; experience un- nois. deceased, hereby gives notice that
PLEASANT F. COX
Real eatate and I
lire companies represented. Your pat
ronage euiicuea. rnones west 22, and
new 4172. Office at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glass;
reai estate and loans. Second door.
Safety building' office phone, west
996. Residence phone 726-K. Open
Wedcesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors" ad-m.r-lMrators
. guardians . trustees' or
acy kind of Judical bonds, lodgea and
society officers; city, atate or L. S.
government ornciais; contractora po
anions o (trust; in fact, any kind oi
Mtlona o ftru.t; m fact, any kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds .
Terms reasonable Hayes A Cieave
land. resident managers. Fidelity &
Deposit com par, y of Maryland.
al'CTlOiKER, - '
H. HlsDRTclinera I
klnda of mercnandlse and nouaeboid
gooas auctioned at your bouae. Res
Idence. 541 Vi Twentieth street. Phone
KENKT G AETHJE Proprietor Ch'.p
;.arii, OK nuisny. Cut ll.wers ar.J
selling on sight to every he will appear before the Hon. Benja- ."ZTTc- r-l i w
rite q nek for exclusive ter- min Bell. Judge uf the probate court of I FPrt SALE -Cheap, pleasure launch, 23 '
elmau at Co., Chicago. Rock Isiand county, at the probate court : ,e''1 lu,'s. o-loot team, s-horae power;
cesifciis uf ail k.r.ds. City store, ltjlitn, in OuH. all and lit Eigcteeutn
Csacwud avanue. pi.ub lUt, eutssA
Y0UNC3 MM-BRE VOO BWM THTT" IT IS
EITHER. K FINE OR IMPRISONMENT For. ANY
ONECRUSHTR;OVlMfl ANYTHING FROM THE
RBI CROUDS PROPERTY
WAJTTBm VKMaLR HELP. FOR SALE CITT PR O PERT T.
WATTCDoirl to do general housa- FOR SALE Fifteen acres In South Rock
work at 1514 Ninth avenue. Island; J4.00U. Inquire at 1S01 Second
WANTED Girl to do general house-
work at St. Anthony's hospital. FOR SALE One of the finest pieces of
f residence property in the city; a great
WANTED Chambermaid at Majestio sacrifice. Reldy Bros.
hotel. l.17H-lfcl9V Second, avenue,. .
FOR SALE Six-room cottage and two
WANTED Two experienced waitresses lots, wltr fruit; owner leaving city.
at S0S4 Fifth avenue. Johnson & Set- U. Q. Simpson. 1015 Thirteenth ave-
WANTED Otrls; apply Crescent Mao- FOR SALE At auction.- Will sell my
aronl &. Cracker company, Davenport. home, 1809 Tenth street, at public
Iowa. auction next Saturday, Oct. 12, at t
a o'clock p. m.
WANTED Experienced salesladies In
wall paper department. Apply Young FOR SALE Six-room cottage and two
& McCoaibs. lots, with fruit; owner leaving city.
Apply to U. Q. Simpson, 1015 Thlr-
W ANTED Lady cashiers and office teenth avenue,
clerk. Young McCombs. Apply at
credit office, fifth floor. FOR SALE Lots In Island View Heights
addition: finest in the city; ask for
WANTED Middle aged woman tt do prices and terms. C. S. McDaniel. 601
general housework in family of two. Safety building. Rock Islaud.
at 2519 Eighth avenue. -
FOR SALE Cheap, a Boston slide
WANTED Clerks, wrappers and cash trombone, almost new; or would trade
girls. Call Wednesday morning at 9 for good violm or cornet. Inquire
o'clock at L. S. McCabe fc Co. 613Vs Thirtieth street after 6:30 p. m.
WANTED Reliable, experienced girl to FOR SALE Lots in Scheuermann's fifth
do general housework; good wages. addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
Apply 613 Twenty-third street. avenue; payments $5 per tnuiith.
Call 1700 Sixth atreet. Old phone
WANTED Experienced chocolate coat- west 1298.
era. Apply Doelllnger-Neison com-
pany. Front and Ripley streets, Dav- Foli SALE Reldy Eros, have a good
enport, Iowa. selection of residence property at
v rv reasonable prices; also some good
WANTED A young girl to assist with Investment! Call and see them.
I lisht housework and care for chil-
dren. Call at 2522 Eighth avenue. FOR SALE Meat market located In
Phone west lu09. Betteiulorf, Iowa; doing good busl-
ness; only market in town; will sell
WANTED Yimng girl to assist with at a sacrifice if sold at (race. J. 11.
general housework; no washing or Thumm. Bettendorf, Iowa,
ironing; must go home n.ghta; at i
2321 Fifth avenue. FOR SALE One four-burner gas range.
i one gas heater and one Richmond
I WANTED Two extra good solicitors electric vacuum cleaner; all In llrst
i for a big proposition; must put up a class condition; will be sold cheap,
i good appearance and have best refer- Inquire at 1425 Second avenue,
I ences: six months' contract; extra big .
money If you can make good. Foster, FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
1523 Second avenue. 2W acres of ground, with well and
. - cistern; located one block from car
u-ivTvn ci-ri-iT-mwa line; will sacrifice If sold before Sept.
w'"TBn MTXATIOX5. 30 Address '8. O. 8.." care Argus.
! WANTED Position as a second baker. FOR SALE Cheap, a five-room house,
i Inquire 132i Second avenue. w,tr furnace, gas light, and sewer;
..- v-r t-r-. . t. i T-; . . laige lot. cement walks; one block
AN ED Position In Rock Island by irK,m Long View park; a paying In-
voung lady who lias had five years vestment; owner mm-resident, Ad-
A-xi erience as cashier, bookkeeper and dress "U M. 60." care Argus
typist. Phone west 431-Y. 1
-- - -- - FOR SALE Lobs In South Heights,
lost AiiD ronm K?!1.!.0' AAea . b,tween
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
! FOI ND-Erown female fox terrier pup. '"k VV'5 Robl "nli 54 ' P ich!
i owner ea.i have same by calling ut nnd"" street ph"ne west 1165-K.
815 Twentieth street and paying for moua street fouM west ilea K-
ad; FOR SALE At a bargain if tujten at
rrt.r ,. . . . ,, ,,,,. once, a modern eigi.l-room house,
LOST A small black purse containing centrally located and near all car
some change and a traterniiy pin. j,ne8. not WBter heut electric
Name on back. Marjorie M. erbeck, Untif. lot 60x140. For particulars ad-
Alt-do. ill. dre6s -Y.," care Argus, or call west
' 1A 1ST A kit of tools between .Fifth tll&"X"
and Ninth avenues n Twenty-third
street. Return to Rock Island Auto
company, 23u! Third avenue.
i LOST In front of Sexton s clothing
store, a hand satchel containing a
clock, pocket book and bank book.
Return to .1112 Fifth avenue and re
LOST Saturday evening. In Iik k Is
land, or on Fourth avenue car. a gold
nec-Ulace, Willi large yellow stone m
pendant. Finder call east 5u7-K and
LOST Gold locket, either at arsenal or
in Davenport, between bridge and
lirady street; 'I1. E. Jl." engraved
back. Return l) Hammond Pack In
company, Rock Island
ABSTRACTS OK TITLE.
AUslltAL. la or uiie prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Island 3'ltle & Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J. '
Sweeney, Secretary; 2uu-2u5. second !
floor. People's National bank buiid- i
ing. Rock island.
Estate of John Welch, deceased.
ine undersigned Having been
riolnled HdmlniM i;it rlv of Ihn --inr tf .
John Weld, late of lie com, tv of n',k 1
island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice thst she will appear be
purpose of having the same adjusted.
. All persons indebted to said estate are
i requested to make immediate payment
to tne undersigned.
Dated 1st day of October. A. D. 1911.
ANNIE C. WELClf, Adrr.inistrarix.
McEniry & McEuiry, solicitors.
Estate of Emma C. Lloyd, deceased.
1 he undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of tne last will mill
November next, al which time aii per-
, sons having claims against said estate '
are notified and requested to attend f or
the rurDOse of having the same adtuat-
ea. All persons lna. cito to said estate
are requested to make lmmed.ate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dsted 14th day of September. A. P.
1912. ADDISON RUSH.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
(The Best Is the Cheanestit
RE- U"-ft1S'5?LNata?0 WIXD
Office, 171s Tnird artsn,. Rsfes raa.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
CONTRACTORS AJTD BCILDERS.
Manufacturers of Sash, Dcors. Blinds
and Stairs. Interior finish cf ail k.r.da
Haruarood Vcreer F.drr.r,- a rf r. ...
i rore flie tiroliuTe court, nr l-fo.-u I
I room. In the city of Rock Island, at the I , pariicuiars nuar.su uox
Knv,mitr term on the rt u. .,..).. oca iBiaiia. or niuuire on ferry
OCTOBER 9. 1912.
WRLKEP OFF WITH OUR. PROPBRTV-
VOO flwnE in rt Tylosis. tinosKs to?Ix1
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
hcs.t, electric light, gas. and polished
ernk Honrs upi-tairs and dwn. has
beautiful fireplace ,two stairs, and is
light up-to-date; very reasonable
price, as owner is leaving city. II. K.
V.'aiker, agent , Robinson building. .
FOll KALE .If ISCKI.f.ANF.OTJS.
FOR SALE Foldlng
FOR SALE Yale motorcycle;
2i23 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE A foiling
bed at 909
FOR SA LE Trorough-bred bull
at 5u& Eleventh avenue.
stove at 7'
Rock Island hard coul
9 Eighth street
FOR SALE Small heater, good as new.
I Inquire loul Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE A hard coal stove, kitchen
I cabinet, and rockers. Call west 647.
IS''. -Horse, a;on arid harness
at 1417 Tinrty-tilth street.
b A I ,E iard coal stove range and
FOR SALE Choice Rural New York
late potatoes, extra quality keepers.
I'hone west 'JIZ.
FOR SALE Large davenport and Hooj
ler kitchen cabinet,, reasonable; al
most new. Cail west 1572.
FOR SALE I:oi k Island range No. 183,
with high shelf. In good condition.
Inquire lilo Fourteentn-aiid-a-Laif
street. Phone west 6G5-Y.
FOR SALE Cheap, a hard coal heater,
15-lin ii firepot; also a soft coal heal
er, both in excellent condition. In
quire at 1027 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE A grocery store, doing a
good cash business, In good localit ;
party leaving city. Addtess C. Johns,
general delivery. Rock Island.
OK . SA rZ y erulre atorK of shoes
i 1 'ooeis ai a eacr.ii. e. .iiusi
c.iose st once o
r. i.e .
i account t,t si' kness.
1021-lu23 Tiiird ave-
FOR S,L13 A carload of nice hand
picked winter apples, by bushel or
wnoie lot. Apply at car foot of Nine
teenth street and First avenue. W. F
FOR SALE: A launch, fully equipped.
24-foot, s horse power, auto top. cost
ll' O; will go to first reasonable cash
offer. I'none, west 75-L alter 1 p. rn.,
or ad,i: ess.
FOR EALE Furniture for five rooms,
upright piano, ail for 1175; nearly
new, cost lij'i; on payments if you
want. P.'.'oUe west 17 7. or call at iu4
Best building, p.ock Island, lii.
FOR SALE W- have three second hand
bargains: One E. M. F. to-inr.g car,
five passenger; one Stud-baker flar
ford, four-passenger; one Woods elec
tric coi-pe. r.ew batteries. Yeggy-Don
Sales corr.panv. 216E;ghteerth street.
Phone west 1510.
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Ein
arsen. graduated bwcdi.-i. ma.st
gives treat. til-i. i in private i.crr.-s.
Pnor.e west fcjj-L. Audita tls iuir-ts-Ai&ia
VJELL- I'LL OWE
DOLLARS TO CALL
I'M ONWV r. WORIClNSMFtH SIR
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE Good 450-aore stock farm,
located five miles from Milan: also an
80-acre farm four miles from Milan.
W. L MUsted. Milan. 111.
FOR SALE 171 acres, 1H miles east or
Medlapolls. Icrwa; 11 miles north of
Burlington; running water; 1175 an
acre. David Blair. Medlapolls. Iowa;
FOR SALE: At reasonable prlcee, ISO
acre farm, two miles north and one
half mile west of Taylor Ridge: good
Improvements. Address Mrs, Martha
McAfee. 610 Thirteenth avenue.
FOR SALS Eighty acres unimproved
land In Clark county, Wisconsin;
good road; only two miles to town.
For price' and terras address J. P.
Peter.on. Box 1S7. Owen, Wis., or in
quire Fred Sandqulst. 1(27 Eighth
CASH paid for ladles' and men's old
clothing, carpets, rugs, etc Phone
LET Fross do your paperhanglng; 15
cents a roll; wall paper at 6 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 Vail and Journal Is
the only papr 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 la the price to all alike,
cash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mail and
Journal. Moiino. IIL
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William !H.
Walker, lawyer, 311 People's bank
builuliig. Phane S49.
SADDLE MAKING IN MEXICO.
Entire Families Often Take Part In
the Hem Industry.
The maktug of saddles, while in tbe
spprvrate an Important local Mexican
Industry, Is purely a home affulr, the
artisans for tha inoKt part working In
dependently In their own homew and
often pressing the entire family Into
eerrlce. Tbe rianager of tbe largest
wholesale and retail dealers In saddles
In Mexico City snys that all the saddles
which they handle are made locally at
home by hand, end be estimates that
more than 100 families In the city are
Many of these handmade saddles are
handsomely carved and most creditable
In appearance, although the leather as
a rule Is far Inferior to thnt used la
American saddles. It is the practice of
I retailers to furnish the trees, leather
and fittings of all kinds to the work-
i n,An .. A V,Am thole actual la
bor. The labor ts the cheapest Item
enterliiK Into saddle construction, many
entire families being satisfied with a
wage of 50 cents to $1 American cur
rency per day.
The saddletrees used for the better
prude of saddle are Imported from the
state of C)!lma, the cheaper grade of
saddles using a tree of local make. No
American saddles or saddletrees are
carried In stock by local merchants,
but are ordered from time to time ac
cording to the specifications of the In
dividual purchaser. Trade and Consu
Why the Rumble at Times Is So Long
The prolonged roll of thunder Is
readily explained by comparison with
a volley tired along a line of troops.
Suppose troops to be drawn up on
line in such numbers as to extend for
a mile and ordered by a signal that
all could see to fire at once. One
standing at the end of the line would
hear the report of the musket nearest
htm Instantly. He would bear the
others successively. Thus a report 500
feet away would come to him In half
a second, and he would not bear the
last report for five or six seconds after
the gun had Reen Bred. This wonld
produce a sort of roll, which would
gradually Increase In Intensity.
If the listener stood exactly mMway
between tbe two ends of the line the
reports from both ends would reach
blm at once, and the sound would Je
but half as long In reaching him as If
he stood at one extremity. If tbe sol
diers formed a circle there would be
one sharp explosion.
Flashes of lightning may be consid
ered as representing three lines of
troops along which the explosions oc
cur at the same time. Consider the
variety of distance and position of the
listener and we account for the va
riety of sound In thunder. In moun
tainous regions the rolling Is augment
ed by reverberations or echoes.
Pharaohs Had the Hookworm.
The nor. k worm has been preying on
man perhaps for thousands of years
' A pspyrus written 3.400 years ago con
tains a description of a disease lo
Egypt which many physicians declsre
j was the hookworm disease. It descrllies
it toe accurately to be anything else.
In recent rimes it was observed in
Egypt first in 1S33. but the first recorfl
I efl treatment was made in 1S7.
Whether or not malaria was one of
the chief causes of the downfall of
Greece and I'ome. it is very certain
thnt hookworm disease tas played a
part I.i Aslatl" history. The anemic
"Audition of million. o(ieck t eWCftCT
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 Bate
Loan company 304
Best building, for pleas
ant and private loans.
Phone West 177.
TRK LODGE NO. 67, A F. & A. M.
Ik Meets In stated communication
Jjf jj? the first Thursdap of each
f7 month at 7:30 p. m. Special
Thursday. Oct. 10. at ,:S0 p. m., for
work on M. M. degree. Visiting breth--rn
sre always welcome. By order
of Carlton O. Taylor. W. M.; William i
B. Pettlt. siK-retary.
after century, has profoundly affected j
their economic life, their Intellectual :
qualities, their social habits and Ideals
and their religion. Of thnt there can ,
be no doubt World's Work-
How She Jogged Memory.
Little Marjorie was taking her first
lessons in dancing. The teacher no-1
tlced that Marjorie alwnys failed to
put out her left foot when command-
ed to do so. The tencher was patient
and thought Marjorie would learn in
time, but a number of lessons did not
seem to make ber know when to put
out her left foot Marjorie would put ,
out that foot when tbe other children j
were placing tbelr right feet foremost '
Finally the teacher asked Marjorie for
"Well, you see." said Marjorie. Tre
got a hollow place in a tooth on the
left side, and I always have to And
that hollow place with my tongue to '
find out which Is my left foot" Indi
Mitigating CiroumstarK, s
A Scotch balllle recently advanced te
the bench bad a criminal placed before
him accused of some very modest vio
lation of tbe law. Of course the balllle
knew tbe prisoner well. He beard the
"John, man, I'm sorry to see yon
here. We'll Just fine you half a crown."
The clerk here intervened.
"But the charge is not yet proved.
We have not beard the evidence."
Then the benignant balllle:
"Ah, well, John, my man, as tbe
charge Is not proved we'll Just fine yon
an elghteenpence." London Telegraph.
All the news all the time Tbe
knows .that she ts fbnd of
ice cream and naturally- wishes
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 luferor cream, why not or
der It yourself? Quality guar
1716-1718 Beco-i I Avenue,
Phono We4t 150,
1 ft? VOl !. I