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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1912.
"EXCUSE ME" Drawn by M. Myer
NC VOLJ'U. MflVE
TO HAVE IT
CALLS FOR. n BoC
0 CARPET TRCS
IN MYSIECP EVERY
H'GrIT ON THE ROOr Of
AY MOUSE AND I'M FR!D
ILL GIVE YOUfl
to i drug store
I LL FALL CFP SOE NIGHT
WITM IT .!
CRN YOU CURS AE
YOU THKTE THE BOX OP TACKS I " p I AND THROW THe TACKS ON I f cyrnce
WITH TOO TO BED EVERT ) . . "THE FLOOR IN A CIRCLE I J aTis. I
NIGHT AND BEFORE YOU SO 7 ROUND YOUR SEP J I ME " 1
TQ SLEEP SIT UPJjp "ND s
Argus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of It patron
nmooation or its P"on'
s of the city The Argus
a i)ntem of branch of- J
in various tarn
v.rtL .. .1 , -i T l .. T-i i
vertising mar be received and any In- i
formetlon left that mar pertain to nv I
department of the paper, news or bust-
I.ers It Is also planned to have at each
of these branch offices every evening a
u;plv of copies of The Arztin of tha
of The Argun of tha
i'jbTlt.r who may
r.av. s mat any
J:av filled nnd.-r anv circumstances tot
re"!v 1,1s paper, will be suppllea free
of hr. rge.
The Argus' chain of branch offices
Includes the fulluW.rg:
J J. Klpp's notion store. 450 Fifth
II E Rowe's pharmacy, (lit Four
tee th avenue.
Ries' drug store. Twenty-seventh
street. Sventfi avenue.
t llcmeyer s dr-js store, Elerenth ave
nue l.Meenth street.
Jorye W. Mil: house, confectionery.
t06 Fourth avenue
Mrs. Iini1nn' notion store. Seventh
Str.et. Fourteenth avenue.
Helmbeck's phormacy. 21 Third eve
tlUV Penger'e "re.y, SJ5 Eleventh
H--drt drusr store. Thirtieth street
arM rifth avenge.
Ciie phrrmicy. Seventh avenue
end ""Mrty-eighlh Ktrert.
''i n (rnrcrv Thirteenth avenue and
T! '-'letd Ftreet
K-lner lr'ir sti re. corner Fifth aye- 1
rue rr.ii T wet.tv-ty.ird street.
FOR RENT - M ! rn ;u
r n'. ally locj.t. .! R),.
FOR RENT ?.:oil
l ie l.'.use r.t .
Iii'lJlre at ll'i
err. ehrht-room do"-pcv.-t.te.
F.?: r fnt-
-t n I oi;e
12 is Fo
strl' tly mod- J
rte.-tith street. I
K ventf . nt n
FOR RENT A
1 r T elfti.
'ne-rnotn mf"lern ho ise t
tt.et un.l l nir.1 ave- I
IV K-. e.ire Arc IS.
'...."' " 1 " ,
RI..NT -- New six-room modern
!.rT . w -Mv-seci,,! st. ' et.
iroi lire 1 wet ty -ne ori'l Street. .
For ItlA'T -M... rn six-room rottipe
at li'o; Elventh avenue. InTiIre 1714'
l.lt.cln "o ;rt or phone west 12fi3-... !
FOR RENT Five-room h'.r.se; water j
N'ne'eentli uvi:i:r and Thirtieth!
For i ;nt- i. i-t i,uif
f 'r pi, nun 1 X r oons.
u; e.'ioe ll,iolie St 1
of d"'i!.le house,
at ::'o Fourth
320 Fourth ave-
F 'it RENT Mm!
Twei.t v . frt st
F mrte.-nt n -nn J -a -st
rn house at 1"! 9 ,
I !r.'i'::re ut 10(!
half street, or phrme '
r'i: I'EN'T -Three modern f'h(-r"m
I ! at 12 1; F'cirtli avenue an-1
1.".-' Foor''. Bv-iije. lnqu re 121
I- I f I ll SVel.U'.
RKNT f..ir-room rottnge, with
.u.i. water, tiis and eh. trie liirlit. 1
at 1124 Six'h avenue. Itxjjlle at 119 '
' ' Hi aven.ie.
...;. ..e : , ,
or I; I. NT A new modern five-room
"ll.- .i. i . .. i werm -i,c ,.-ii.i.i-it- ,
unit sireet ,- one weit or in-1
u .li e on premises. j
For RENT Mod.
rn rii'M-fom house,
at r.nr, TMrty-e v
m"hfh full i
Phono west 1IS
fh treet, $2', per
pi Safety building
Fo RENT- Ms If of d'mble house. ev-
o rooms, with 1! m"ern eioivenl-
lc Hi 1113 Eighth aeiiic. I'hone
.t !ll!-X, Max Tiixnian.
r'K Kr. I -Mni' I'l'iti rn.sj.-rn house, (
l'"aled St 715 T W en t y - m-OMl'l street.
It m k Island. III. Impure of Robert
P.nnett, Jr. room Zvj Safety build
R RENT A s!x-r' ni house tn g od
v r. lit ion, modern x ept best, large
ro hirg" garden spot, lot ic'xli";
..tl Twelfth stre.l. ene block from car
line Address "X V. Z ' care Argus.
For RENT- Fight-room house; a'.l
modern; corner Foiirteent h-nnd-s -half
street and Suteenth itvenue Ask
H. ard icy A Kalb-N 217 Eighteenth
stre. t or A. H Shaw. 14.r.' Fifteenth
FOR RENT rtsta
F R RENT-
-A modern flat; Inquire lnoi
FR KENT Four or five-room modern
flat at 1210 Third avenue. Inquire
FUR RENT Flat of five rooms; bath,
gas and electric light; third floor;
$17 per month: 112 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue Mrs Walker.
FOR IIEN1 JIISC'KLLANBOCS.
FOR RENT A store ro.ra at 2!7 Twen
tieth street. Inquire lull) Third ave
nue. Foil RENT Steam heated store room
at 11.2 Third avenue, possession Oct
1. Inquire at the b. aks.ee studio .
X)R KENT Two office rooms, with ail
modern conveniences, suitable aa a
doctor's office. Apply at Ullei eyr'a
drug etore, 534 Sixteenth street.
JACKSON. HI R3T A STAFFORD At-tort.eys-at-ia
w. Office in Rock Island
National bank building
thAKLlL A MARSHALL Lawyers
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms. 302 and 3vl feafcty
building. Rock island. 1U.
WILLIAM M WALKER Attorney;
general iaw business, corporation,
probate and real estate law; 311 Peo
ple s bank bui.dlng Phone west $49.
WALKER. INGRAM m 8WEENET At
tornts and counselors at law. Money
to luan on real estate. Rooms luO
$. leople s Natle.nal bank building.
M. I'.MKY McENlRY Atlorneys-at-law
Loan money on gooj security;
it.ake i oiiectioi.s References. Mitch-
a. l.)tid oankera umce, Mitchell
l. : U.
F PMF.es AMI STORAGR.
1(K!.IA,R.E STORAGE On Brt floor;
.'kj:i covrs. etc. Tents for rent;
.o manufacturer of awning, tenia
';!. i.-r a Co., 3u Fifieentu street.
RAGE, w-th heat In winter;
.oid ri nr of ..-.r store hui.d -
k 1. ..ted to it uii. g . f i'i.-.oe. no
. i - , r . o'.i t.vcirck t ie var-
t ..- !. -t t .ace m the- trl-cilies.
iiwwiby Music store.
FOR RC5T ROOKS.
FOR RENT Furnished
rooms at 2204
FOR RENT Modern furnished
,,10 Fourth .venue,
FO RENT Light housekeeping rooms;
,17 ai.tn.nih .trot
"7 aixteentn street.
KOR RENT Furnished room for light
hmn.l.nir - .-,7 Thlrj
housekeeping at 307 Third street.
fc,r rf.NT Nicely furnished room for
Cet.tieman only, at ls27 Sixth avenue.
For? ntrvr irrT.ih.t
at 2904 Fiftn-and-a-haJf
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
rinse in, for gentlemen, at 1601 Fifth
furi KK.NT Modern furnished room at
141'. Flfth-a.'id-u-half avenue. Call
FOR RENT A furnished front room In
niouYrn home private family, at 1132
FOR RENT Kxrins. with board, in
modern house; JD.iO per week; at 120S
Ff'R RENT Furnished front room. ,
wiiii mo.lern conveniences, at S..J .
!"R KENT Modern furnished rooms
.'t ' F'cjru eni h-and-a-half strett.
PI. on west 7 o r. - K .
Ft.' RENT Two furnished rooms for
lltlit i.ciuji ;.. epitiK ; strictly modern;
ut litjh Ninth awnue.
FOR RENT Twr lnrge modern fur
iosi. .-.J room for light housekeeping
at 1210 First avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room .also- .n;e room, at 2i47Elg!ita
avenue, t'lione west blz-U.
FOR RENT Storeroom- rroort l.oalnea
if.,ti()n. atl(i cheap rent; 'I .'J Fourth
avenue, phone west l?0j-K.
yOR RENT Newly furnished south
rtlon. moHern kt.u ,n ... . t r..,. a, 1.1
1&00 Third avenue, flat No. 4.
for RENT Furnished rooms for hou
keet ijr or sleeimiir rooms: rent
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, suitable for two; 711 Tweuty
nir.th street. Phone west iSs.
FOR RENT Modern furnish. d room,
suitable fjr l'.-lit housck. eplr.g. at
1101 Fourieentli-and-a-hult street
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, gas,
bath .hot, water real, etc Opposite
court house; 217 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT One lare front rocm.
with m-wiern conveniencee. ue of
plo.nc. Jneu're TIU Ninett eiiih street.
FOR RENTS- Two nicely furnished
room, with all niojrn conveniences,
In private laiiiily; at 22iu Sixth ave
nue. IFOR RENT Modern furnished room;
Iniriace fat, lignt hnu kt ping it
I. sired, use of pio,.,, ; 114 1 lurd uk-
.FOR RENT --An all modern furnished
iriit room In private family of two
UI inrj avenue. i
'hone west .
- . . .
FOR RENT Lurge front bedroom:
heat. Ii..t d. wa.klnif d, stance. Phone
wet 2"!4, private family, references
r null ed.
(FOR RENT A large front room In
mod. -mi l.oir.e. sutiahle tor one or
J t Ao. at 74 Sevent i nt li street, i'hone
, west 1411-X.
' I FOR RENT-
I'urtilslK'd mo.iern room.
lor genllem-n. inar busitiess center.
pporite public library; 412 Nine-
FOR RENT Furnished room In modern
rlcam heated flat. Apply betoie 2 p.
in. or fi-"m to s p. in.; lsio'.? 'ihird
atenue. Hi'. 4.
FOR RENT - M.l.rn furnished room, to
girl or lady with g-.od references.
tnea.l if ilcsiied. Address letter lo
' P. II.." care Argus.
large fiont ;
suitable lor '
FOR It ENI' Furnished
room, strictly modern.
two, use of phone and bath.
ns, bedro"in a:
of piano; close in.
1711 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT- Nicely furnishel modern
loom, private family; breakfasts if
dt sired, married couple or Iad.es pre
lerred, at lu'.' Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Two front rooms, com
p.etely f jrnlsned for light housekeep
ing, gas range, use err cellar, to p-o- I
p.e, of good character oi.iy, at 1416 j
1 hiru a .'hue.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room lu a modern hi?me. suitable for
one or two gentlemen: breakla.at and
supper If deMrsd; referenees requir
ed, lecjS Second avenue.
FOR RENT 1-arge, romfortnt.le front
ro .m. I. eat. bat:; hot and cool water,
iwii closets; suitable for two ladies or
two gentlemen. Inquire S2 Twenty
seeond street. Phone west 4 1j 7 -X.
FOR RENT Large, comfortable, front j
room, heat, electric light, bath, hot
and cold water, two large closets,:
suitable for two ladies or gentlemen. '
imjuire 29 Twenty-second street.
Phone west 4S.-A.
FOR RENT A well furnished room,
with private lavatory, heater for
batn. use of phone, and every mod
ern convenience, convenient to board;
one block from car line. !33 Seven
teenth street. Phone west 11K7-X .
IF you want to begin or expand busi
ness, write the Board of Trade. Way
burn, baskatrnewaa. We want Indus
tries, retailers and wholesalers. E.ec
trie power, water, fuel, cheap Build
ers wltn capital needed. Population
doub.ed this year.
IT IS a we'd known fact that the gyp
sies are the only true fortune tellers
in tne wor.d. Tei.s pat and future:
ylves advS-e on love and buslnesa.
and ali affairs; satisfaction guaran
teed. 1119 West Third street, Daven
port. GASOLINE TANKS AND PL MPS.
i BOWSER underground outn'S from $20
sr.d up n"W in use F. M K'-r.g.
' land, l.i it.i n west xosi. B
1 asecL ISUS Third avenue. Ruck is-
Bury your esoUne; irs safer.
U'ATTED MALIC HEI.P.
WANTED Bellboys at Hotel Harma.
WANTED Ten laborers; apply
Paulsen. 1201 Twelfth street.
WANTED Collector; good salary to
right man. People's store, 319 Twen
WANTED Men at T. P. Laflln's or
chard, three miles south of Milan;
11.60 a day and board.
WANTED Pollaoers and butters; Rock
Island Manufacturing company, Four
teenth avenue and Second utreeL
WANTED A bright young man for po
sition as night cleric. Apply John J.
drier news stand. Rock Isiand depot.
WANTED Fifty laborers; road work:
steady; $2.25 a day. Ask for Will
I'onnelly. gate S, Deere & Co., Molina.
WANTED Solicitors to work in trl
ritiis; can make S3 to l per day.
Call at 1003 Tenth avenue after 3
WANTED At once, young men. by
Hock Island lines news service. Ap
ply J. J. Uritr news stand. Rock Is
WANTED Good repair man; good
waa-L-s. steadv work, i'all at once at
Fryers second httnd store, 1505 Sec
ond avenue. Rock Island.
WANTED Fifte-n laborers at 17. S.
boatyard. Milan, 111.; wages. $1.75 per
clay of eight homrs; chances good for
a'li:i:, cement. Apply at canal bridge
Salesman; can easily make
to $l'j a day, experience un-
-, Apply to E. Kipnts, 7.i0
a. ni., to 7 p. m. Majestic
WANTED Assistant bookkeeper with
typewriter knowledge preferred, with
l.uvc l.rewery: wtale age, experience
a'ld s.uary. Address "Bookkeeper,"
WANTED--Represertatives; 1100 month
ly and expenses to travel and dis
tribute samples for b!f manufacturer;
steady work. S. Schefter, 7i2 Sher
WANTED Salesmen to take orders for
cut rale Kroceries; expert nee unnec
essary: $S') weekly; outfit free. The
Standard .Mercantile company. 2402
246 East Ninth Etrorl, Cleveland,
WANTED Salesmen; $100 to $600 per
in-.nfn s.iliitf our oils, (creases, ur.d
pain.t.; do not t.e satisfied. ;et our
proji..-l ; Ion : salary or commission .
Inland Oil Wonts company, Cleveland,
WANTED At onic, f.'JO men. 20 to 40
years id, for electric railway rnotor
i.;en and .rniiii.-t'irs, $ to J1UC a
month, no experience necessary; fine
opportunity; no si ri ke; wri te imineal
for application blank. Address I
in. M. &: C." care of Argus.
I fore the probate court of Rock Island
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; ' 0ui.ty, at the, probate court room, in
commission paid for bringing itij- 1 itio city erf Rook island, at the Deeetn
detits; wages In finishing department; her t rm on the first Monday in De-
first work on tree custemers; ail
practical; instructions with charts
j t-.nd diagrams saves years; catalogue
tree. Muler Barber college, Chicago,
W A TKK M l'( E1.1.A It EOl I.
WANTED Table boarders; good home
cooking; at ;33 '1 wentieth street.
WANTED To buy. S H. green trad
ing stamps. Address 614 Eleventh
cleaning or Ironing,
swt.;oi.g or ginerai
i aid to 211 Tentli s;
WANTED Boarders and
taoie boarders at i'jo 1 wenty-second
stieet. Good rome cooking.
- ' " !
WANTED Chimney, furnace, cleaning ,
repairing, by experienced man
(i. M. Rind.
420 .Mlltll SUCH, City.
..- f.re.-A , , . ' ' ,
'A ANTED Sandwiches n.n.lc to order
for lodges and entertainments. Leave
errders at 1019 Eighteenth avenue.
WANTED oT rent, three unf urnished
heated rooms, near business center;
no children. Address Bjx 4..S. city.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder:
work receives careful attention. Mrs.
Mag.r, 2bi0 Seventh avenue. Phone
WANTED Two teams. Monday morn-
I Ilk i'hone east lluo. F. J. Lewis
Mai. ufa t tirlr.g
street, Mulihe, 111.
WANTED By refined couple without
children, two or three furnished rooms
for l.ght housekeeping, vicinity of
Hx k island depot; 2uu Ninth avenue,
(WANTED To buy or rent. 10. or 15 r
i acres, with house and barn, in vldn- i
Ity of tri-cltlt s Address Charles I'lk- ;
! it. ever, real estate, 'ihird avenue and!
! WANTED To buy. new and second
' hand goods, stoves, furniture, carpels. '
etc.. a.so cast-off ciotulng. hats,
shoes, etc., 1 pay highest prices; will
buy. sell or trade anything tf value, i
S. Fryer's Second Hand ewre, livi j
Second avenue. Phone west 247.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and'havn.,' claims against said estate are
insurance. Loans a specialty. Best I notified and reu'-ested to attend for the
Are companies represented. Your pat- j purpose of having the same adjusted,
ronage solicited. Phones west 22. and , Ail persons Indebted to said estate are
new 172. Office at court house. 'requested to make Immediate payment
BENNETT'S Insurants Agency Fire,
-life, accident, health and plate glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor.
Safety building' Office phone, west
V.-4 Residence phone 726-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND YOU ExecuL.ro- ad
ministrators, guardians, trustees' or
any kind of jud.c.ai bunds: lodges and
society officers; city, state or 17. S
government eftlclais, contractors, po
sitions o ftrust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds.
Terms reasonable Hayes sir Cleave
land, resident managers. Fidelity
Depos.t company of Maryland.
PHYSIOIXnnrAL SPINAL ADJUST-1
MiNfS given In your home, private,
by expert adjuster Address P. O.
Box 4-i. Ruck Is. and. j
! SW EDISH SOVRMLAl .
b V tl'lall MUtJlt..l il.ss A. tin-
i arsen. gradjatei bAed.sh masseuse.
I Kives ireaimeni 1:1 p-ivaie r.irr.t..
1 rhone west t.-L-
Adiirus C. Xulr-
-tonth sir ecu
WAVTCT KKlf A LB HELP.
WANTED Chambermaids at Hotel
WANTED A pan washer at Rock Island
WANTED Olrl to do areneral house
work at lii Ninth avenue.
WANTED Woman to do Ironing;
WANTED Olrl to do general houea
work at St. Antbony'a hospital.
WANTED Furniture and ctook man.
Apply at Oately's, tot Twentieth
WANTED Good prtrl to do general
housewsrk at 736 Sixtn avenue. Ap
ply at omoe-
WANTED Dishwasher at private
boarding house. Phone 144-L, or
apply 3021 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Good, strong girl to do gen
eral cleaning work in the ladles' suit,
cloak and coat department of M. & K.
WANTED Lady to travel in Illinois;
groceries, candies, Jewelry, eto. ; good
pay and tailored suit or 20-year gold
watch In SO days; experience unnec
essary. McBrady & C Chicago.
WANTED Two extra good ollcltors
for a big proposition; murt put up a
pood appearance and have. best refer
ences; elx months' contract; extra big
money If you can make good. Foster,
1523 Second avenue.
WANTED Position by experienced
stf nogropher; can furnish references.
"A. L.," 7o Seventh avenue.
WANTED I?y lady, position nursing
companion, i-s housf keeper to widow
er or 'bachelor preferred. Address
WANTED 1-ady agents for our famous
Knlttop petticoats; our many agents
make go.d incomes; experience un
necessary; selling on sight to every
won.an; write quick for exclusive ter
ritory. Spelmau & Co.. Chicago.
and ciaims co.ncteJ
Walker, lawyer. 311
Uui.uiiiK. I hane 3b.
Estate of Jolin Welch. eased.
The undersigned having been
pointed aum.iiisirairix of the estate of
i..hn Welch, late of the co-unty of Kock
li;md s'ate "f Illinois, deceased, here
DV Kjvcs notice that fhe will appear be-
ce-mber next, at w i.ich tlm: an persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All pel sons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate puyment
lo the undersigned.
Dated 1st (lav of October. A. D. 1912.
ANNIE C. WELCH, Adrr.imstrarix.
McEnlry & McEnlry. solicitors.
Estate of John H. Zollner. deceased.
The undersigned having bo n ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
r..kii.ir., nt .if John H. Zollner. late of
ti,"c count v of It'" k Island, state of 1111-
I nols, deceased, hereby gives notice thai
sh.- will apptar beiore the lion. Beu-
rOOmers Or,, ... u.t, ....l.r ,.f the nr.. Lute oinH
f H,. island county, fit the probate
court room, m the city oi Rock Island,
.. . .i... I i r 1 1 tf rtn on The
,(..,rtMV , iicceml.e'r next.' at which
tinl ..,-,,, having claims aualnst
!.;, .. , tiotiHerl in.1 PeooeKle.lt,.
attend for the purpose of having the
" ,, ,,,,.t ah ..er,..n t.,.i..i,tlt to
said estate are requested to make lrn
nudlate payment to the undersigned.
Dated K.th lav of Ortirlier. A. D. 1S12.
MARY ZOLLNER. Executrix.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Peter Hay, leceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned. Edward W. Schoede, ad
ministrator, with the will annexed, has
this day llled his final report and settle
ment as such In the probate court of
Roek island county, and hearing on
said report has been set for Oct. 81,
3912, at 9 o'cl -k a. m., at which time
persons interested may appear and
make objections thereto, and If no ob
jections are filed, said report will be
approved at that time, and the under
signed v. Ill ask lor an order of distribu
tion, and will also ask to be discharged.
Rock laiand. II!.. Oct. 8. 1912.
EDWARD W. SCiluEDE,
Administrator with the will annexed of
Peter Hay, deceased.
Estate of Edmund Murphy, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Edmund .Murphy late of the county of
Ro. k l.-lar.d. state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that she will appear
before tne probate court of Roe k island
county, at the probate eurt room. In
the c.ty of Rock island, at the Decem
ber term, on the first Monday In De
cember r.ext. at which time all persons
to the undersigned.
Dated 11th day of October. A. D. 1912. I
MRS Li.lAli,TH SCHMilT,
- FIRJC IN SCRAN Css.
Charlies 1. lorjisua
tTbe Beet Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. ur'E. LIOHTMLNeA AND WIND
;is intra avtaoe.
CONTRACTORS AND Ulll IIERS.
Jfoinaa Vosllh & Co,
Man:factuters of Sasn. D-ors, Blinds
an.. Stairs Interior finish of all k.n.is
ilardwood S-neer lorrir g and dealer-
iu (i.-ii-H 4il a-d 2i E.uieenth
FOR SAI.B--CITT FROPEBTT.
FOR SALE Fifteen acres In South Rock
Island; 34.000. Inquire at 1301 Second
FOR BALE One of the finest pieces of
residence property In the city; a great
sacrifice. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Six-room oottage and two
lots, wltr fruit; owner leaving city.
U. O. Simpson. 1015 Thirteenth ave
nue. FOR SALE! At auction. Will sell my
home. 1S09 Tenth street, at public
auction next Saturday, Oct. It, at 8
o'clock p. m.
FOR SALE Six-room cottage and two
lota, with fruit; owner leaving city.
Apply to U. O. Simpson. 1015 Thir
FOR SALE At a bargain. BO-foot lot.
1H blocks south of Long View park;
easy terms. Call at Hayes & Hayes,
Safety building. '
FOR SALE Good built eight-room
house; city water, gas and sewer; cor
ner lot. 62x160; 1801 Thirty-fifth
street. Rock Island, 11L
FOR PALE Lots in Island View Heights
addition; finest In the city; ask tor
prices and terms. C B. McDanleL 602
Safety building. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Modern house, six rooms
and hall. In Sllvls; rents for J20 a
month: price $2, 500, $1,500 In cash,
balance In two years' time. Phone
FOR SALE; Lots In Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; pavmenta $5 per month.
Call 1700 Sixth atreet. Old phone
FOR SALE Reldy Pros, have a good
selection of residence property at
very reasonable prices; also some good
Investments. Call and see them.
FOR SALE One four-burner fras range,
one gas heater and one Richmond
electric vacuum cleaner; all In Ilrst
class condition; will he sold cheap.
Inuulre at 1425 Second avenue.
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
2S acres of ground, with well and
cistern; located one block from car
line; will sacrifice If sold before Sept.
80. Address "S. G. S..'- cure Argus.
FOR SALE Cheap, a five-room house,
wl'r furnace, ga light, and sewer;
large lot. cement walks; one block
from Lung View park; a paying In
vestment; owner non-resident. Ad
dress "I.. M. 5o," care Argus.
FOR SALE Lorn in South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on r-
eesy terms; I2a down, balance in nve
years. E. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone west 116i-K.
FOR bALE At a uargain 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 Art us. or call west
FOR SALE Suburban lots. 2n; $1
monthly; lliriston. Texas, Is liavlr.g :
tl.e most wonderful growth of any '
city In the United States; population In-
(leased from 4 r . ' n 1 1 to llo.Ouo In scv- j
btilMingi'ln iiast two years: 3t fa.-
tones; gf.vernment speiinlng $2,..do.
O'i0 (i sliip channel, making city a
seaport. We have Just opened for
sale the townsite. of Sutsuma, suburb
of Houston, minutes from In art of
r!tv (in p.'.tlrnfid jin.l in to I,, vie r.l l,,rs
aoxioo feet; first 2oi lots .iiy $:
each; terniH, $1 cash and 51 monthly.
Write for particulars, or .''in! $1 and
g'-t choice location. C W. Ilalil ,v
Co. 27.0 ("onimerclal Bank building.
POR IAI.E MISCRI.f.ANEOCS.
-Parrot at 1702 Third ave-
FOR SALE Folding
! FOR PALE Thorough-bred bull pups
j at DoD Eleventh avenue.
I FOR HALE Hard coal stove, used two
j years. $20. inquire 646 Twenty-fifth
FOR SALE Furniture for five rooms;
good as new; bargain If taken at
once. I'hone west 142J-K.
FOR SALE Quick, one $55 Richmond
electric vacuum cleaner, $20; one four
Imle gas range. $7; one gas neuter,
i'i: 1427. Second avenue.
FOR SALE Buffet, combination desk
and bookca.se, divans, klth"ii cab
inet, and other household arll:les. In
quire 123Si Twelttn street.
FCsR SALE A grocery store, doing a
good rajii business. In good lo(uiity;
party leaving city. Address C. Johns,
general delivery, Ruck island.
FOR SALE A large assortment of la
dles and gents' second hand suits and
overcoats at big bargains, at 220 East
Third street, Davenport, Iowa. Open
FOR HALE $4,000 or $5,000 stock in
one of best paying c ji poratiuns in
the city; must leave city, and s.,icjts
investigations. Address "Business,'1
FOR SALE Cheap, pigskin cross saddle, !
side saddie, standing misscoi nal
clock, mahogany library table, and
slik upholstered parlor fun. line, al
0'j3 Twentieth street- '
FOR SALE Twenty whl'e Orpington
pullets, cneap; must have tne room.
A. Bourd(au, Twenty-fourtn uirt-i-i
and Twentieth avenue, city. i'Lone
IX) ST AND FOUND.
LOST Ring with cameo stt,
Aigus fur reward.
FOUND Friday, Oct 11, p. ru., loose,
money. Ca.l west S06.
FOUND Brown female fox terrier pup.
owner cab have same by calling at
fe'.c '1 went, sin street and paying fur
FOUNT' Friday even'.nsr, a ring, on
Twentieth tieCt. Owner may nave
same by identifying an I (ayitig for
LOST In front of Sexton's clothing
store, a hand satchel containing a
clock, pocaet book and bank buoic
Return to 3112 Fifth avenue and re
MASS A I.E.
MASSAOE. bill." pu ks. vita.izl'.g
n. ni, r ibblr.g-, also viir.klf.i
rated at sr'ia.i cost. Adir-ss
sage,'' fi) Twenty-lirst street
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE 171 acres, 2Vi miles east of
Mediapolla, Iowa; 15 miles north of
BurlluKton; running water; 3175 an
acre. David Blair, Mediapolla, Iowa;
FOR SALE Four acres. In Mobile. Ala.,
with elu tit-room house, pear and tig
trees, suitable for chicken and turkey
farm; six miles from olty, on car line.
Inquire 1934 Ninth avenue.
FOR BALE At reasonable prloo. a US
acre farm, two miles north and one
half mile west of Taylor Ridge; good
Improvements. Address Mrs. Martha
McAfee, dlO Thirteenth avenue.
FOR SALE Elght-acra farm, with
eight-room houee, big barn. shed. Ice
house, two ncils, good cellars under
house, 600 grapa plants. 10 fruit trees;
good place for chicken raising; one
half miie south of Eighteenth avenue
on Twt-i.t v-seventh street. Inquire at
lbOl Thlr'ty-nflh street. Rock Island,
FOR SALE Four sections of land In
the orange belt of Texas, about sa
miles from the g-ulf; lies almost level;
soli Is a deep rich loam; will sell for
$12.50 per acre; cannot sell less than
640 acres In one tract; la not In the
hands of real estate men. Inquire C.
G. Burlingame 1730 Twelfth avenue,
Estate of Emma C. Lloyd, deceased.
The undersiHutni having been ap
pointed executor of tho last will and
testament of Kmma C. Llcyd. late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before the Hon. Benja
min Bell, Judue of the probate court cf
Rock Island county, at the probate court
room. In the city of Rock Island, at thn
November term, on the first Mundny in
November next, at which time all per
sons having claims against aald estate
are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. Ail persons lndeMe-d to said esialo
are requested to make Immediate pay
ment to tlia undersigned.
Dated 14tu day of September. A. D.
1912. ADDISON RUSH,
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Superflu
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one eo six
needles; four to six hours' work in
one with six needles. Address Miss
A. M. Kittrldge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats,
Brady street. Davenport- Old phone
COLORS AND NERVES.
Red and Yellow Are Said to Havo a
Thct colors h:ivf n profound psycho
logical effect on hvmniu beings Is a
fact that mIiouIJ be viiipliasixet. Used.
In small quantities, either in the cloth
ing or in household ilecorntlon, the
color red, for Instance, is most stimu
lating, both in the way of helping to
depression uud qulcheuing
the Intellectual prooeiises. I'.ut when
used in any amount it tend4 to over
stimulation, with resultant nerve
strain. According to a lending Kng-
! li.sh kuthority who liiis made
ful FMnly of the psychology of colors,
there fire some people, so constituted
j that I hey become violently excited, fall
I into convulsions or faint if obliged
I even for a short time to look at auy
j thing vividly red.
i The same effect has been noted from
j yellow. In one instance, the case of
! a man operated on at the nire of tlilr
. ty years for congenital cataract, it Is
j recorded that "the first time he haw
! yellow lie became so Kick that be
thouKht he would vomit." And Hint
! yellow has a nerve stlmulat iiiK elTect
fully comparable with that of red U
i curiously evidenced by the statement
of a friend of mine, a shrewd observer,
j who says:
i "Whenever the day Is overcast or I
j have to do u pie e of work culling for
j unusual mental exertion I always wear
a red or yellow necktie. I lind that
i either color has a lienellcial effect on
my thinking npprirptus." II. AduiuK
ton Itruce In Ainslee's.
Chamberlain's Ccui-.h Itemedy has !
become famous for its cures of coug.i.
colds, croup and; lunuenza. 1 ry it
when In need. It contains no harm
ful 6ubstai.ee and always gives prompt
relief. Hoi 'I by all druggists. (Ad
For your coal, potatoes.
Ir.g. fail and winter supp
any kind, house cleaning.
del In -
1U' r.t tvx"s. for anything
'.e will make 11 tay for yoii
to get some money If you . 111 call
oil us. Easy to pay back. too.
No extra (large If y.ru tnls a
pa y in. nt on account of rhkness
or 1 -s- (if work.
O'll-' k, prlva'e loar.s on l.ouse
h..d e, ..ii!.-., piano.-.. live st.e k, or
any pervhrtl ptopeity of value,
w : t t,ou t I (-mo-. al
. e ailo-v' yo j : 'i weeks In which
to l ay a $ " o loan at $1 20 pi r
weeg. All other accounts In ins
portion. We have monthly and
(iurt'-r!y payment plans aiso.
A written statement of your
coritr'l given with your loan.
Vvrite name and addre.s In
tiliik below, mail to us, and we
w... send o .r agent to your ho'if .
If you an In a hurry, telephone
us at our expense.
Pr-onpt iiit ntioti to a!l applica
tions, wt.tti.i r lvrge or small.
21-i Brady Street,
pell telepho-i-f North 2425. Open
;:-.t .ray evenings until t.
Just one left doing bus
iness that nobody both
ers on aocount of Its
square dealings and low
rates on household
goods, pianos, live stook,
diamonds, Jewelry, sal
aries. Loans, loans,
loans nothing but loans
at Jones' celebrated
Out Rate Loan com
pany 304 Best building.
Phone West 177, Bock
TRIO LODGE NO. 67. A F. A. M-
Mseta In stated eommunlcatloa
tha first Thursday of aaah i
month at 7:30 p. m. By ordtt
of Carlton O. Taylor. W. M.; William I
B. l'eltlt, secretary.
LET Fross do your paperhanglng; It
cents a roll; wall paper at oenta A'
roll and up; 609 Twenty-fourth street, i
IF VUU WANT to buy. sell, trade or.
rent anything, engage help or aeour'
a situation, the Mull and Journal la
the only paper In Molina that can do
It for you. Mall and Journal wants
are popular, and Mall and Journal
wants bring results . One-balf cent
per word Is the price to ail alike.1
cash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mall and
Journal. Mollne. 111.
PEW ANTS, ULTTONS, PL, EATINGS. ,
NOVELTY CO. Phone 73$; 230 Bo,
Putnam building, Davenport, Iowa,
Felt pennants, flags, monograms, pil
low covers, etc.; accordeon ,nd knlfa
pleat logs, from 2c yard and up. Buttons
covered In plain and oolored Ivory
rims, from loc dozen up. Dress forma,
ABSTRACTS OF Til LA
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or oon
linued to date covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable ratea.
Rock Island Title al Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Hweenev. secretary; 200-203, second
floor. People's National bank build
ing. Rock island.
H. lILoKlCfv General auctioneer All
kinds of merchandise and household
goods auctioned at your house. Res
idence. 1411 Twentieth street. Phone
EGYPTIAN FORTUNE TELLER Telia
past, present and future; gives advice.
In all business and love affairs; satis-'
faction guaranteed; 517 Harrison
I HENRY OAET1IJE Proprietor Chlp-
pianiiocK nursery. cut nowers and
designs of all kinds City store, 140
bet ond avenue. Pnone 1110.
All the news all tho time. The Argus.
THE CONSIDERATE MAN
knows that she Is fond of
ice cream and naturally wishes
to offer her tha best. That Is
why he orders Math's ice cream
which cannot be excelled for
purity, flavor and all around
goodness. As It costs bo mors
than lnferor cream, why not or
der it yourself 7 Quality guar
1718-171K beco't 1 Avenue,
Itvone Wmt 160.