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Argus Branch Offices
For the iwomroodtlon of Its patron
In vai-lout- pan of toe city, " he Argue
ha established a system of branch of
fices, wi.vf subscriptions and want ad
vertising may t,e received and any In
formation left that may pertain t. any
department of the paper, newa or busi
ness It U aiao planned to have at each
of these, branch offices every evening a
wui'ii.-r wi 'yi'H Ul l IJ Q AT K UB OI II. C ,
day, c thut any iub rlber who may '
,..-,! Tl ""J'rf Crcum'l?.nZ "TOIUIEXT-Furn,iheafrr.i,tr; heat.
.-v .... . .. u. .uypnou iree ;
The Argus' chain of branch offices
Includes tne following:
J J. Klpp notion tore, 450t Fifth
It E. P.owe's pharmacy. ni Four- !
P.i-ss' d-ur store,
treet S' ven'i avniie
l-l)emyer dr:iT atore. Eleventh ve- i
rue, f ifteenth street.
fleori.-e w Ml ll house, confectionery.
C06 Fo-..rth avenue. I
Urn. Ixmdon'j notion atore. Seventh :
treet. I n! rteen'.h avenue. i
Heimbeck'a pharmacy. 122 Third ave- I
Bena-er'a groce.-y. tZZ Eleventh i
Rortert drur store. Thirtieth aireet ;
and Fifth avenue. I
Cullep pharmacy. Seventh avenue I
and Tdlrt v-ei(th.h street I
Olson rroeery. Thirteenth avenue anti ;
Bteiner t k store, corner Fifth eve- '
Hue nnrt Tn et. t v-1 hlrd street
for neiT iiocnEV
FOR RFVT rive
rienr I,ona V!w
'-r'om nodern himse.
park. Phone l."i6o or
FOR RENT Elpltl-room house, strictly
moil, rn; '.ei'. .Vin'-t, er.th street. In
quire 4H2 afetv building.
FOR RENT S.-ver,
at 122J. Flewn'h
room modern house i
street I tig uire 3 I H I
i'tii-ne west 7"! -L. I
I OR BALK - Ei Kh I -room modern house
t !o'2 1 went v -second street; corner
lot, flfS xlau, on easy terms. Inquire
FOR 1: ENT Hvsn-rnom. modern fur-nl-heu
linn,!., for the winter. at'43ii
Ninth aieniie. In. pure 4.11s Nltuh av
erme, phone est IJot'.-V.
FOR ItKS'T-A sm-ronrn house, on!
Twel'tn sin. ' 11M mod, in except'
h'-at. oik--half hloi-k from school. In-,
quire t.;;i se .-nte.-ir h street. ;
FOR 8AI.1; F!e-room house, nearly I
new. lot 44x.':oi f...t; a: Thirtieth
street ami Nineteenth avenue. In
quire '1 nomas Campliell, across the
FOR RENT New. comii'.etelv mMirn
seven-room house at 124 1 Twehtn
street, rents now for . v 111 rent
now f,,r 2u. Inquire l.';:o Twelftu 1
FOR RENT- East side of new double'
houe. st-ven rooms, strn tiv nrnlnn, i
at :'414 EiKhtli-uud-a-half avenue In-!
ijuirv M(j Twent -t'.fth street. Phone I
wist 17S2-X ,
FOR RENT Eight-room house; all1
modern; corner Fourteer.l i-aud-a- '
h.f street and Sixteenth avenue. Ask
r.sardiluy lialley. 217 Eigh.teenth
atieet or A. 11 Shaw. 140J FKleeiitb
roi. r.tr.MT n.T.
FoK I: EN T .Mo,. rn steam heated I'.ats;
1. 1 4 '1 w ' y -se en t h
FOR REN T M.-dcn flat: R..s.-n:.eld
iiput t meat . lf.ll1, Third avtuic, i.f-ereii'-es
FOR RENT Ftve-ro.-m flat. Ko.ster
huihlttiK oiposl'e Rock island pas-
ei.uer depoi. 1'lioue west
FOR REN I -MoUern six-room apart
ment in l'Hne Fiats, second floor;
Janitor service. nquire at Flat No
1, or phone west 7&1-K.
FOR RENT Two modern Hats; six
room flat, also live-room Hal; irn
Twentleiti and Twenty-tiret sirreU.
Inquiie Twentiela a treet.
d mini I
fVK KEN 1 I-nt of threw gooi
unf iirtiisheo rooms, with water, sewer
and gs. 1 l uslioii. near car line
end six lilwt ks It'i'iu court house. Ad
dress G It. L 27.' care Argus.
fok hi: vi hiscki.i.aheocs, !
FOR RENT A good 14-iu re truck gar- I
Uen in South Kni k Island. l:iq..ii'e
o!' V . L. Co ne. on net, i mj2 Fil th av
enue. FOR It 1-.NT--Modut n two-story steiitn
ben;i.d bul.dlug. No. e 1 6 -11 1 S-32'
E'Kl:te.it.i street; U s. ruble location.
ii-. used tor ..u loriiohl ir garage. In
quire ol ti. 'Uge F. Roth, irw lier. 74S
tUSTKAITI nr TITLK.
AtiSTKA'.'Tli of title prepared or con-
tlnued to dle covering ay real es
tate In the county. From it and ac
curate service at reaaouable tales.
Ituk Is, and Title 4k Abstract coin
pan), J J. lnxram. president. W. J.
Sweeney, secretary. Io-2i'i. second
flfor. Peoples National bank bul.d
lua Roi x. isiuncl.
PHTtilOLtMJK'AL SPINAL ADJUST
MENTS given in y..ur Lome, private,
by inert adjuster. Address P. O
Hex jJt Rock Island.
i-im t in m ii - -
j 6LENW08D LOTS U
High land; dry; no fill-
ir.ij; no grading.
Good street car service.
Cash or Payments
C. S. McDaniel,
5C2 Safety Building.
Ask for plans of 500
' r- J WANTED MAI.B HELP. TVAJSTEn FT.d AI.K IIEI.?. I FOR iAl E-C1TI PHOPKRTI. LODGE DIRKCTOBT. I f ' j..'""!!!i. .;. .. ' ' "1
Fuh KENT Furnished front room,
modern, at S..3 Nineteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room" at
1127 Second avenue. phone No. W.
122o K. .
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
modern conveniences; S2K Fifteenth
. . -. , .. i . . .
j t t j b Inotllre h37 Twenty.
Fl'Il RENT Modern furnished room,
near business center, at 41S Nine-
FOR RENT A iilcelr furnished modern
r'x.m; will serve breakfut;
H EST Furnished nl! modern llht
if piiiK ruums. lii'iuire at 643
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
iri'xh-rr. conveniences, private family,
at 112 Second avenue.
Ff'i: R!"NT Two adjoining rooms for
l.xht housekeeping; 2C3" ijevenlh av
enue, i'hone west 12S0-X.
FOR RENT Modern newly furnished
rooms, suitable for gentlemen; good
lo. at on. Phone west S24.
FOR I;ENT Nicely furnished room.
'i?h nil modern convenient es ; private
family, at 22t Sixth avenue.
F' irt F.ENT Two furnished rooms for
l:ght hoiisekeepii:g. on ground floor.
Inquire at liuii Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room In strlct
1 modern house, three blo ks from
court house. Phone west 2:icS.
FC'Il LENT Modern furnished room,
suitube for one or two gentlemen, at
11.14 Secoud avtnue. Phone west
FOR RENT Modern furn'shed room,
with or without board in private
liii:,;'y. Inquire 70S Twenty-second
FOR RENT On modern furnished
room in hteam heated flat, suitable for
two. Inquire IMS' Third avenue,
il. t 4.
Ki'NT Five rooms, two In family,
neiliate possession: strictly mod
ilewitd grocery. S23 Twentieth
Foil RENT Modern furnished rom.
1 i"iivi niii!i to all stre,-t ens. Inquire
I at .'.Us 1 weiity-fourtli street. Rock 1s
I l..r.l. ill.
! FOR RENT Three modern furnished
looms and lia.h; references required:
l.'.ll1 Third avenue. Roseutleld
FOR KENT Five rooms, two In family.
inm vi'it possession ; stri'-tly nioi
tn luipiir'e at 11 -ulevard gro''t'y,
MM Tweniieth str'ct.
Foil RENT Two or three larite rooms,
I urt: i-io-'l lor lisrhi housekeeping,
heat f tirr.ishcd ; privuie ei.trauc-, lu44
J-durti ntii str'-t
FOR RENT Desirable room, suitable
for two, ill modern, good location,
furnished or mil urntslo d, with table
board. .Address "A.," care Argus.
FOP. RENT Two nicely furnished
r''ms lor liniit houseki-ep'rir: heat.
'ectrse lir el. kas. hot and cold water.
( all w.st l '7-.. or inquire J2 Twenty-second
FC'H RENT A nicely furnished front
room in a modern home, svdtab'e for
one or two gentlemen; bieakiast and
supper 1. desired; references requir
ed, K.ui3 Second avenue.
JACKSON. iiiKSr At teTAI- FORD At- I
tornevs-at-law. Office In Kock. Island
National bank building.
- . . I
bEAHLK MARSHALL Lawyers !
Mi-ley to loan on good real estate
security. Ku.mus. ir.i and 3i;i Safety I
bullo'ng. Ruck Island. Hi. I
WILLIAM M. WALKEH AtiOniey . t
general iw ousiuess; corporation. ,
p-ohate tr.d real estate low; til peo- 1
11I11 bank building. Phone weet 349. I
WALKER. INGRAM SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law Money !
to lean on real estate. Rooms Sou- i
203. People's National bank building j
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorney s-at-la
Loan money on guod security;
i make collections References, Vltcb
I ell U Lynde. bankers. Office. Mitchell
O l.yndv building.
PLEASANT F. COX
I Insurance. Loans-
Real estate and
tiro companies represented. Your pat
r.mage solicited. Phones weat 22, and
new i!72. Office at court house.
WE WILL BOND TOE EiM-uUrr ad
ministrators', guardians, trustees' or
any kind of Jud.cial bonds, loorea and
society ortlcers; city, slate or U. -government
olilciaia, contractors, pe
titions o ftrust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds).
Terms reasonable Hayes a- Cleave
land, resident managers. Fidelity 4k
Depot.. t company of Maryland.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rem anytuii.g. engage help or tccuri
a situation, the Vail and Journal la
the only papir in Mo.li.e that can do
It for you. Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants bring results . One-half rent
per word :s the price to ail alike.
raU In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mall and
Jojrr.nl. Mollne. 111.
EXPRESS AND STORAGE.
E STORAGE On nrt floor:
covera. etc- Tents for rent;
Of awning:, teata
Roesslcr Co.. 3u Fifteenth street.
t 1,1 "' i
1 PIANO STORAGE, with heat in winter;
I entire second floor of our store build-
log. devoted to storing of pianos: no
! dampnes or cold to creek tr.e var-
r.ish. Best place In the trl-citi.
Buwlb;" Music store.
; PENNANTS, BUTTONS, PI EATINGS.
DA EN PORT PLEATING. BUTTON 4t
NO EL 1 1 Co. Pnone 731; 23u So.
Putnam building. Davenport, Iowa.
Felt pendente. Sags, mocoarama pil
low covers, etc.: accordeon ad knife
pleat. ngs. from 2c yard and up. Buttons
cwered in plain and colored Ivor
rims., 1 rum Ijc dozen up. Dress forma,
THE KOCK ISLAND
WANTED First class toolmakers.
Rock Island Mfg. company.
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; best trade in existence for poor
man; machinery nn't kll! It; top
wages t holders of our certim-ates:
few weeks completes, tools given;
write. Moler Barber college, Chica
WANTED Position as housekeeper;
widower or bachelor preferred. Call
WANTED Position as bookkeeper; over
five years' experience; good refer
ences. Phone west 226.
WANTED Situation, by German girl
(Hi years old). In gro-erv or c-nfec-tionery
store. Phone west GC2.
WANTED Situation, by voung lady. ;
ci-rirai work with established lirm;
references. AddieFS "A. L.." care Ar
gus. WANTED Position as practical nurse I
or companion t o invalid or elderly
persvin. by competent, retlned ar.d mid
dle aged lady: best of references. Ad
dress "V" care Argas.
WANTED Young man (20 years old),
high school education and two years'
general office experience, doeires cler
ical work with established firm offer
ing opportunity for advancement. Ad
dreas "H. H..' 1123 Thirteenth ave
nue. Mollne, 111.
To All Persons Whom It May Con
cern: Notice Is hereby given that the un
""siKiicd. James R. Hutchinson, as
guardian of John W. Hutchinson, will
make application to the proltale court
of Rock Island county, at a regular
term thereof, to be held at the ciii t
house in the citv of Rock Islnnd. in said
county, on the first Mondav of January.
A. L. 1913. being the sixth day thereof,
for an order and decree of said court,
directing him. as said guardian, to sell
the following real estate belonging to
said minor, or so muc h thereof as shail
seem to said court to the Interest of said,
minor, situated In the county of Rock
Island and state of Illinois, to-wlt:
An undivided one-eleventh Cl-llth of
the following des. ribed real estate, sub
ject to the right of dower of J. L. Long
therein and thereto-, to-wlt : The north
west quarter ( J, ) of section thirty-four
(34i, (excepting five acres, a strip of
even width, off of the east end of the
north half of said m'hthwest quar
ter), and nil that part of the northeast
quarter Hi) of the northeast quarter
( ) frt section thirty-three i.?3). lying
and being east of the public highway as
now running through said tract of land,
bounded as follows:
R. -ginning at the northeast corner of
said tract, running thence west along
the section line twentv-six 2G) feet;
thence in a southwest, rly dir.ciion sr.li
fi et to a point 2S3 feet west of the east
line of saivl trad: thence south roi feet;
thence east 2:i feet to the se.-tion line;
thence north along said soot ion line to
the rdace of heginniriK. containing six
and 22-100 ti 22 acres, more or less, all! rT T U
in township sixteen (16. north range 1 ORDERS FOR HAND PAINTING -Or--ne
ill west of the 4tb p. !., ard ton- ers taken for hand painted pi.u-e
taininif in all 101.22 acres, more or less: caids. saP hes or sets of paper dolls,
for the support and education of said Address "D. IJ. b., ' care Rock Island
minor, and for the purpose of invest- i Aius.
ing su-'li of the proceeds of said sale as I - : "
shall not be Immediately requisite f.r-r: WANTED To- purchase, five or slx
siii.l support and education in oth.-r real i room cottage, in good condition and in
estste. or of otlie-hwise investii.ir the I good ne I.r. 1 borhood. Address Thomas
same. x. J11 h.mi.nsua,
Guardinn of Paid Minor.
Walker. Ingram & Sweeney, solici
tors. Legal Notice.
Fred W. Potter. Superintendent
Insurance or the Mate of Illinois.
Northern Life Insurance Company of
Public notice Is herebv given of an !
"rd.-r enter, n !u the circuit court of 1
Sapgam.Ki county, at the November
term, directing that all claims aga nst i
the receiver In the above entitled cause. I
I'e in t,'ls court by proper inter-
vening petition, on or colore the first
day of March, A. D. 1913, and that the
receiver, on or before the (list day of
April. A. D. 1913. by proper and siifB-
dent answer, designate what claims
r.'-i.' 1 m .-iii.-i. umi an
such contested claims are hereby refer-
red to the master in chancery tor the pur
pose or taking .vnencc. reporting his
findings of the facts thereupon to the
Springfield. III., Nov. 15. 1912.
SANGAMON LOAN & TRl'ST CO,
I Receiver for the Northern Life Insur
; ance Company of Illinois.
i ExrculorJs Notice.
Estate of Fred G. Gall, deceased,
j The undersigned huvlng been ap-
pointed executr.x of the last will and
tertament of Fred G Gall, late of the
county of Rock Island, staJe of Illinois,
deceused. hereby gives notice that she
j will appear before the Hon. Benjamin
i B. ll. Judge o-f the probate court of Rock
Island county, at the probate court
room. In the city of Rock Island, at the
April term, on the first Monday In April
next, at which time ail persons having
claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All per-so-ns
indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 13th day of November, A
D. 1912. LOUISA (1AI.I.
jackson. iiurst &. tiarrora. attorneys.
State of LUnuls, Ruck Island Coun
ty as :
In the Circuit Court of Rock Islar.4
County, in. January Term. Ial3. In
Attachment. Demand. $1.6t l 20.
Sn.lth Bros. &. Burdlck Company vs.
Fred W. Iarson. et al.
Notice is hereby given to you, the said
Fred W. 1-arson. that a writ of attach-
I ment has been sued out of the office of
j tr,e clerk f tne circuit court ot said
county of Rock Island, at the suit of
the said Smith Eros. ABurdick company,
and against the estate of you. the said
I Fred W. Larson, for sixteen hundred and
sixty-one dollars and twenty cents, be
sides interest, directed to the sheriff of
said countv to execute.
Vow limes von the iri rrul TV T ar- '
i son. shall personally be and appear be- ;
i frtr t n a jiri-.:if rnnrt r f m-iiA r -.1 r-i -i r, i
' the first d?.v of the r.ext term thereof.
I to be holden at Rock Island. In said
county, on the first Monday in the montn
of Januarv next, give special ball and
; plead to said action. Judgment will be
'enured agairsi you in favor of the said
plaint'.T. ar.d the property attached sJ
to satisfy the same, with c-sts.
t'lEOR'JK VV. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock le'.ar.d. li!.. Nov. 20. 1912.
Albert Huber. plsintiff s attorney.
Cut flowers and
ceslgns of all kinds.
City store, lint
teccoud avetiiie. pnone 1116.
WANTED Chambermaid, at HUH Sec
WANTED A maid, at once, at the Rock
WANTED Girls: Crescent Macaroni &
Cracker company, Davenport. Iowa.
WANTED A girl to do Renewal house
work at SOS Fourth avenue. Phone
WANTED One waitress: salary. $20.
board and room. Manager Rock Island
WANTED Good girl to do general
housework at 2735 Seventh avenue;
family of three.
WANTED Reliable, experienced girl to
do general housework. Apply at 613
i u-1 vrrn -?t-.i . . jtn .... i v, .-. . .
w ork iroorl w.is-es to rluht rwrtv. in-
ply 501 Fifth street.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Apply at 12o9 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street. Phone west 192.
WANTED An experienced girl, with
reference: two in family. I'hone west
1124; 1043 Twenty-second street.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework: must be a good cook;
no washing. Mrs. H. S. Cable. Fif
teenth street and Eighteenth avenue.
WANTED Girl, earn money addressing
postcards at home in spare time; send
dime for particulars and cards to
start work. Twentieth Century Nov
elty company, P. O. Box 474. Wellston
Station, St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED We have a splendid opening
for ambitious young man who Is anx
ious to learn some line of buiness: do
1101 apply unless you are over IS years
old and willing to work; trood wattes.
Pi'iii Johnston Optical company, 21
Main street, Davenport. Iowa.
WANTED Lady ennvnssers to intro
duce a new household lab-r saver;
exclusive county ripht given to one
who will like to get the benefit of the
future re-order. Call evenings at 9211 j
T went v-second street after t p. ni.
Ask for J. Jenieland. I'hone west
WANTED MALE AM) FEMALE.
WANTED A tew men and women ex
perienced solicitors for tri-'Oties.
newspaper and magazine Po;1eiurs
preferred. Call at 1003 Tenth avtuue,
after 4 p. m.
WANTED Roomers and boarders; plan
ty of iiot water; use of phone; at 1102
Second avenue. I'hone west 6b-Y.
WANTED An eight-room modern
house to sell or trade for smaller
house. Inquire at 2i Thirty-tilth
WANTED To buy. marine engine from
two to four-horse power; must be
cheap. Address Box 65, Monlpelier.
Knight. J- lat A, No. 11. Loomis sirett,
WANTED You to take free spinal ad
justments at the American Institute
of Chiropractic, ar.d get well. Every
day. 3 to 5 p. m.: 3oS-3u9 Safety
building. Rock Island.
WANTED Horses and cattle to pasture
over winter; plenty of shelter, good!
meadow and 2-"0 acr.s of stalks; also 't
will l.-uy If prices are right. Fred J
ji. no-, k. innos, jjiirM-jw, in.
Everybody to know that wo!
v. il! siaVnp your name or address
gold on any leather goods for 3't
cr.ts a line. Kramer printing com
pany, ITOS Second avenue.
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eln
arsen, graduated Swedish m,'-.s8euse.
gives treatment in private homes.
Phone west 83S-L. Address 618 Thirty-ninth
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. Klttrldge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats.
Brady street. Davenport, old puna
This Looks Mighty
Good to a Candy Lover
We have the largest assortment
of candies in the three cities.
We are sure to please you with
one of the following
All put up In neat and fane
We guarantee every package. H
It is not eatis factory, return it
to us and we will replace it.
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Phone West 15S.
DECEMBER 10, 1912.
Drawn by 1M. Myer
FOR SALE New modern '-room
house at 1413 Forty-3rst street;
cheap if taken at once.
FOR SALE Six-room cottage and two
lota, with fruit; owner leaving city.
Apply to U. G. Simpson. 1016 Thir
FOR SALE Oood built eight-room
house: city water. gas anil sewer; cor-
. ner lot. 52x150: 1601 Thirty-fifth
street. Rock Island, ill.
FOR BALE: Cheap, in Acme addition,
Mollne. seven lots 4uxl2: for terms
Inquire at S423 Sixth avenue. Rock la
land, or phone weat 1911.
FOR 8 ALB Cheap. 17 lots lying on
Sixteenth. Seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets; 40x120; for terms inquire at
S423 Sixth avenue, or phone west 1911.
FOR SALE: Seven and a half acres of
ground in Milan; also eight-room
house and lot at 6 IS Twenty-second
street, clly. Address "Owner," care
FOR SALE Good building lot in Lin
coln co-urt; facing Seventeenth street;
120 feet deep. 45 feet front, 62 feet
middle, 78 feet rear. phone Weat
FOR BALE; Lots In Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments (5 per month.
Call 1700 Sixth, street Old pilous
FOR SALI3 Cheap, seven-room house;
has hot water heat, modern In every
respect; cement walk: corner lot;
owner non-resident. H. A. Luplo-w,
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
ihi acres of ffround, with -well and
cistern; located one blocs: from car
iinc; will sacrifice If sold before Sept.
80. Address "g. a. 8.." care Argus.
I-' 1 1 c I I." f -l! ., r. e,- .
- - . v ii'.oj,, a 11 r-i uuill .unapt, I
rents for Silt tier nomtlt- liu'iill on
Eighth-and-a-half av.nue. between
Tweiity-sev, nth and Twenty-eighth
slreets. Inquire at lttoi Fourth ave
nue. FOR SALE Cheap, a nve-room house,
witr furnace, gas light, and sewer;
large lot, cement walks; one block
from Long View park; a paying In
vestment; owner non-resident. Ad
dress ' L. M- 50." care Argus.
FOR SALS Lotsi Id South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets: on
easy terms; 325 down, balance in five
years. E. W . RobinBon, 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE At a Bargain If taken at
once, a modern eight-room house,
centrclly located and near all car
lines; hot water heat, gas, electric
light; t 60x140. For particulars ad
dress "Y.." care Argus, or call west
FOR BALE MISCKLLAHEOUa.
1401 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Pony coat, practically new.
Address "M. F.," care Argus.
FOR SALE Restaurant doing fair bus
iness. Inquire at 1602 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Two one-cylinder Cadillac
delivery trucks. Inquire Montgomery
FOR SALE Restaurant doing good bus
iness, will seil cheap; 16u4 Harrison
FOR SALE Restaurant doing good bus-'".-:
line locat.on. Address "Res
taurant," care Argus.
Fo-R SALE A gasoline engine. 2-horse
power, it. v. matte. Inquire 12o8 Sec-
Phone I 5'li- V.
I-OR SALE A bargain: two eight-room
houses: will sell good terms. In
quire ir,o2 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Old violin, worth 375; $25
'aites it; have no use for ame. In-
r.22 Twenty-littii street.
FOR SALE Extra fine strained honey,
in 5. 10 and 6u pound cans: 609 Forty
Eecond street. I'hone west 7C3-X.
FOR SALE Boston bull terrier pups
ready to tuke. Call 14i-2 F:'fth-and-a
haif avenue, or 1017 Second avenue.
FOR SALE A standing mission clock,
divuti. and two upholstered chairs to
match; will sell separately; 803 Twen
FOR SALE A Moore air-tight heater.
in fine condition; price $10. Phone
west 1C71-L. F. W. Fossell, 732 Tlilr-ty-iifth
FOR SALE Young gentle driving or
delivery horse, or will trade for one
or two- farm horses. Cail 1016 Six
teenth avenue, city.
FOR SALE A grocery store, doing a
good cash business, in good locality;
party leaving city. Address C. Johns,
general delivery. Rock Island.
FOR SALE One Barnes 4 4 screw-cutting
lathe, with churrk; cost $105;
will sel Ifor $4:.; easy terms. Apply
Hynes 4; Case, 31 S Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Team of young mares,
weight 2,600; one yearling mare colt;
I good harness and wagon with patent
! coupe dump box; 17u0 Sixth street.
I Phoen west 121)6.
FOR SALE Reasonable price business
proposition; lOo per cut pro;H; s.:l
10 groceries, restaurants and hotels;
easy money for right party. Address
"iv.," care Argus.
FOR SALE Furniture of five rooms.
i.erjn if tak'Il before Dec. 20: will sell
In lot only; also huus for rent; two
rooms' now rented pays the rent.
I'hone west 873-X.
FOR SALE Stock and fixtures o-f a
groe ry. confection. -ry ;.nd rchool
1 bo-.k store; in a choice, location ar.d
enjoying a profitable business, satis-
! factory reasc-ns for selling. Applv to
J. V.". Stewart, agent. 316 Safety
O ; COLLECTIONS MAD2 Hard accounts
8j ar.d claim collected. William M.
Walker, lawyer. 311 people's bank
: NO trouble
to give Omikey's Roup
K'Hi'i-y; j :-t a pinch in drinking wa
ter: the fowl take their own medi-
ine. For sale by Owatonna Fiour &
I"..d company, 2 f"' Third avenue.
SlPF.KFI.l nx s II int.
I SI 'PEIiFU'Ol.'S hair and molds on fare
I ; and arms perrne.r.er.ti v r-moved with
' i-r.e to six nr-edies. Address Miss A. M. !
i! W it s-- cat 1 An-. I.. I.'1-j...
i street. DavenporL Old phone 3135
HasanM. r a r, i
TRIO LODGE NO. 57. A. F. & A. M.
Meets In stated communication
fcrjf the first Thursday of each
$r month at 7:30 p. m. By order
of Carlton O. Taylor, W. M.; William
B. Pettit, secretary.
FOR BALE: LAXP
FOR SALE! 200-acre farm, three miles
west of Milan; one of the best farms
In Rock Island county. See Kttldy
Bros, for particulars.
FOR SALE 160 aores North Dakota
grain farm, to exchange for city prop
erty. Address W. A. Wllllta. New
Bcwton, 11L R. F. D. I.
FOR SALE 171 acres, Ife miles east of
Medlapolia, Iowa; 15 miles north of
Burltnglonr running water; 1175 an
acre. David Blair, Medlapolia. Iowa;
FOR SALE 640 acres Improved farm,
at Elbow. Saskatchewan, western
Canada; 500 acres broke; buildings,
well, pastured; easy terms. Dr. A. C.
Hammett. 4200 Irving Park boule
FOR SALE Eight-acre farm, with
eight-room house, big barn, shed. Ice
house, two wells, good cellars under
hou3, 600 grape plants, go fruit trees;
good place for chicken raising; one
half mile south of Eighteenth avenue
on Twenty-seventh street. Inquire at
1601 Thirty-fifth street. Rock Island,
I-OST AXD FOUND.
LOST Silvr mesh bag containing over
35 and card with owner's name. Phone
west 1147-Y. Liberal reward.
LOST Mesh bag, between Rock Island
club and Young McComhs. Return
to Argus and receive reward.
LOST I.ast Thursday, on Fourth ave
nue car, or Twenty-third street, a gold
pin, set with pearls. Finder return
to Argus office and receive reward.
LOST A liberal reward for the return
of the parers that were stolen Oct.
16 1912, from the residence of Hans
Schroeder, b24 Twentieth street-
GASOLINE TANKS AND PUMPS.
BOWSER underground outfits from 120
and up (800.000 In use). F. M. King,
land. 111. Phone weet 20S1. N. B-
agent, 1511 H Third avenue. Rock Is
Bury your gasoline: It's safer
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of John Nelson, deceased.
Public no-tlce Is hereby given that the
undersigned, Magnus Peterson, has this
day filed his final report and settlement
as such in the probate court of Rock
Island county, and hearing on said re
port has been set for December 5, 1912,
at 9 o'clock a. m., at which time per
sons Interested may appear and make
objections thereto-, and if no objections
are tiled, said report will be approved
at that time, and the undersigned will
ask for an order of distribution, and
will also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island. 111., Nov. 12, 1912.
MAGNt'S PETERSON. Executor.
Jackal q. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of John II. Zonner. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of John H. Zollner, late of
the cou.ity of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will appear before the Hun. Ben
jaminBell, Judge of the probate court
of Rotk Island county, at the probate
court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at the December. 1012. term, on the
first Monday in December next, at which
time ull persons having claims against
said estate are notified and requested to
attend for the purpose of having the
tiame adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to mke Im
mediate payment to the undersigned
Dated 15th day of October. A. D. 1912.
MARY ZOLLNER, Executrix.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
rjlkjn Vollik Ss Ca
Manufacturers of Sash, Doors, Blinds
and Stairs. Interior finish cf all kinds.
Hardwood Veneer Florrlng and deal
ers In Glasa 311 and 823 Eighteenth
The Reason Why Foam Always Ap
pears Whit In Color.
Wben water or liquid of any color la
Violently agitated small bubbles of
air are mixed up with it, and thus
foam U formed, and Its whiteness is
due to the fact that when light passes
from one medium to anoiiir-r of a dif
ferent refractive indox it Is always
reflected, anil ihia reflWriou may be
so often repented ns to render the mix
ture impervious to lij;lit.
It Is, then, this frequency of the re
flections of the limiting surfaces of
air and water that renders foam
opaque, and as each particle reflects
light in all directions so much ligbt Is
reflected that tho mixture appears
To a similar cause is duo the white
ness of transparent bodies when crush
ed to powder. The separate particles
transmit light freely, but t!io reflec
tions at their surfaces re so numer
ous that the resulting eBV t Is white.
Thus glass when crushed Is a white
powder and is opaque, but when It Is
put un'Ier wnter it once more 1 er-omei
trnnspareut, because the water fills. tip
the interstices between tho particlifc
j and the reflections are destroyed. Sclt
and snow tire niso counnon examr.l
of this condition.
How Roots Penetrate Hard Ground.
The estT'-iue ti,.s of a d -licate root
are protected by a slieuiii set with
minute ?ca'cs. rhl'h as it is worn
away by friction against the soil is as
constantly replaced, so that it aft
as a wedge and the root thread is car-
Now !s the time to make
your get away and divorce
yourself from those high
rate loan companies. We
don't wish to marry you but
when it comes to making
loans on furniture, pianos,
live stock, storage receipts,
diamonds, Jewelry and sal
ary, we simply have no
competition. Step In or call
us up and our agent will call
at your house, private to
304 Best Building
Phone West 177.
Lavam naJI i
rlefl down uninjured. Another aid to
penetration lies In the provision where
by the root as it punhee downward In
search of nourishment exercises a
slightly spiral, screwlike motion which
worms Its tip into the ground. An
other Important agent Is the acid cell
fsap, which exudes on to and dissolves
to some extent the rock or hard soil.
This may be tested by placing a small
piece of polished marble In a pot In
which a plant Is set and covering It
with earth. After some weeks the
marble will be found to have been cor
roded by the continuous action of this
"Our collection today, my dear breth
ren," said the rector, "is for the cloth
ing fund. At the same time, may I
earnestly Impress upon you that,
though the collection Is for the clothing-
fund, It is not necessary to con
The Hero. - '
First Critic I understand you sew
Krribler's new comedy last night.
Who ployed the hero? fiecond Critic
I did. I sat through the whole thing.
Neither walls, theaters, porches nor
senseless equipage make states, but
men who are able to rely upon them
sel ves. Arts tides.
All the news an the time The
Money For Christmas
Everyone ubos extra money at
this season of the year.
Call on us and we will loan
you any amount you may need
up to $100.00 on your furni
ture, piano, team or whatever
Remember your dealings with
us will be private, and all of the
security remains in your josses
sion. You can have from one to 12
months In which to pay the loan,
In weekly, monthly or quarter
Liberal discount if paid In full
We make no extra charge if
you miss a payment on account
A copy of contract given with
each loan. '
Following are some of our
60c per week pays a Jf 25.00 loan
in 50 weeks.
$120 per week pays a $50.00
loan in 50 weeks.
Other amounts in Barne pro
portion. Come in and talk it over, or
if you prefer, fill out blank be
low, mail to us, and our confi
dential agent will call on you
at once and arrange loan at
your house. .
Let us help you to a "Merry
Open evenings beginning Dec. 9
.TffLCLfl7 Lea Co.
219'2 Brady St., Davenport, la.
Bell Telephone North 2425.