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Argus Branch Offices jj i
For th TOTT.ir.'iJntloii of Its patrons I
has esrablisned a system of branch of
flf'. where subscriptions and want ad
vertising may be received and anv in
formation left that may pertain to any
department of the paper, news or busr
It la also planned to have at each
ft ihm branch offices every evening a
supply of copies of The Argus of the
rtav. ki that anv subsrrihcr who mav
have failed under any circumstances to
receive the paper, will be supplied free
The Argcr rha!n of branch off.cea
Includes the following:
J. J. Kipp notion store, 4515 Fifth
H. K. Rowe's pharmacy, 4118 Four
Rless' dr:g store. Twenty-seventh
street, f event h avenue.
t'llemeyer's drug store. Eleventh ave
r.u. Fifteenth street.
Dailey's lunch room, 403 Fourth ave
nue. Mrs. London' notion store. Seventh
Street, Fourteenth avenue.
Heimberk a pharmacy, 922 Third ave
nue. Ernest Eberts" grocery. 925 Eleventh
Rudert drug store. Thirtieth street
and Fifth vnim.
Colla pliarmaev. Perenth avenue
and Thlrtv-iirl,tli str"et.
01m crnrrv, Thirteenth avenue and
Htelner drn- Hre. rorner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street.
roil REST 1IOIHES.
FOR RENT Ptrirtly modern flv-toom
lious". 8e It at 73J Thirty-fourth
FOH RENT A modern eiaht-room
ruMise nt s3 Seventeenth street. In
quire at K.39 TenthHivenue.
FOR RENT April 2!. seven-room mod
ern double hoiiHe at 12 Sixteenth
street. I'hone west 23 ir ast 1044.
FOR RENT A s!x-r"om house, nil
modern except heat, at III Twelfth
street. inquire at :-.",3 Seventeenth
FOR RENT Modern eight-room hi:Re
n lti( View loop. 1514 Twenty
fo'irth -und-a-half stieet. 1'lione west
FOR RENT Furnished ,r unf urni.hed
sli-rtMim li'irte, to responsible peo
ple onlv. without children. Inquire
271t Eighth avenue.
FOR RENT In Ho.itrt H-lghts a el
room house, elei trie li'ut. Kaf3. fir
I1HC4-, welt ilfl'l estelTl. lnrc' lot.
IM.otie west l.!:,7-U II. II. Dork, 1S17
POR HKXT FLAT.
FOR RENT -- June 1. two new flats,
pluin but strictly modern. I'lione v st
'OK RENT Modern steam healed flats;
Ml Twenty-seventh strove lnauirs
an real etat dealer, or pliant north
FOR HUNT Furnlvlie d modem uu'irt-
metit. fnir rooms hi.1 bat.', at It".-en-fleM
apartments. I 1 1 1 Third attune,
FOH REMT MIM Cl.LANEOH.
FtH RENT June 1. barn
ond avenue. I'hone east ;
1. t UH RF:NT Store rorni nt VilX Sect.iul
avenue. Inquire nun S vct.lvelitti
street, or phone west ;i-X.
FOR RENT Oid locution for popcorn
or ref rohnienl stand udjuiiiiig Watch
Tower purk. Inquire Nuitli
Street. l'lione west 1514-X.
FOR KENT May 1st. modern wo srory
brick building at 3l6-31s-.'l2o Eigh
teenth street. Inquire 'icorgo 1".
Kot:i, 74s Twenty-tiurd sti-.it.
FOR RENT A building 24x40 feet.
with basement. sulto.e for a car
penter, plumbing fliop. or other bus
iness. Inquire at 2J"0 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Camp sites tv iet; epace j
t'-r bungaious lor season or term or
years. In "Idytwyld." adjoining Watch
T"Wer para. Inquire zZZ N.ntti
street, i'hona wcki 151 4-X.
FOR RENT A splendid suite of out-
-i.l. ,.ft. e runrr.rt tin seronil floor of
U.o.lnaon tr.illdtntr- either two or!
three rooms, with Ure. roomy vault;
also cue or two irsuje rojmn. cueap.
K. K. Khoadi. 100 Kuhinsoii builJInc,.
JACKSON. HL-KST STAFFORD At- yvn RENT omfclcteiy furnished mod-ton.eys-at-law.
OlTW m Kvt is.ami I ,;,. wi'.u lauttdrv privilege-
National bank bul.dm j no h ur lions to r.ne ..1- t-o small
BttARLE A MARSHALL Lawyer.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Kouaic. 3e4 r.J J-Jj Safety !
balldli-a. K-nk Island. 111. j
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney:
Kaeral law business, corporation, I
j.. ousts ai.d t(l t-uii- law; 311 P-o-
plti unk build. ng. Phone weal lis. 1
iVAl.hl II INCirlAii dt fcwtc.-r.i ai
ivrceya and counselor al law. jlcnry
to loan on real esla'.e. Rooms uu-
tt3. Peoples National Lar.K nunuicg
ll 'CNIRY tt M ENIRT Attornys-t
law. Lon roouey en good security; I
make colirctl ns. Referent es. Mlu-h- :
11 t Lynt'e. tanUers. oihcc, Mitchell
A Lynds building. j
i.Ax moeh iiakii:m:i).
VE ha an .tutoria:ic lawn moar.-r
g.-lntler tnat grititl v-',:r nn-Aer wifi
the at.: prST i;-ii as Is d.ine at the ia. - j
corv. You Hntiot Me n "nower and '
jtet a II U t . i;?n ,U(e. ,iv met I -
.! hj carrl-ifis. Hynes Cae
tlcycle eiiop. ' seventeen
BICYCLES XI MOTORCYCLES.
TIREd tall make), acccaorle.. Iimpe
;c; cut prices: lii rl- ng Marksl
bicycle at noIese price. Ii (r-aug-l
sr.d bl ie enameled); iCi-t'i
t.wi Th.rd sirct. luvenporl
f OTrtAlTOKS AID Bril DI.HS.
CCNT R ACTOjt AND
Vcntfifi-irfn of cash. Dcors. Blind
ar.u b-.sirs. Interior nm.3 of ail kinds
Hardwood Veneer Tlojr.ng and deci-
rs in alas. Ill sxu iZi ihiec:s
BEN GETS ACQUAINTED WITH A LADY DENTIST
FOR IIEST ROOMS.
at 21T Sixteenth street.
- Modem furnished front
!1 Sixth avenue.
room at 15
FOR KENT Nicely furnished modern
morns at 1127 Second avenue.
FOP. RENT Furnished rooms Tor light
housokepping at S07 Third street.
FOR RENT Two modem furn1shd
rfirr.s for litrht housekeeping at 2733
FOR RENT Modern light housekeeping-
room, near business center; 1116
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
f"r lifcht housekeeping. Inquire 2716
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
rim : nice, quiet neighborhood; at
220 Elthth avenue.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
romc; breakfast If desired; at 80
FOR RENT Two strictly modern fur-nlKh-rt
rooms for light housekeeping
at 1.".06 Fifth avenue.
rOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, also sleeping rooms, at
2321 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Morcrn furnished front
room, suitable for one or two at 535
Twerjt y-seron.i street.
FOR RENT A strlctlv modern fur
ni.hed room, opposite public library,
at 412 Nineteenth street.
rOR r.hXT Large lljrht rooms f.ir
i -Ished for light housekeeping, jnod
ein; at 1J10 First humiuc
FOR RENT Two furnished roi.-ms for
light housekeeping, also a furnished
room, at '7 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
m;nt housekeeping, use of phone and
but!', nt :T12 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished light housc-
Kerrung rooms at 617 Tlility-firth
street, inquire after 4 p. m.
FOR. RENT-Nicely furnished room In
modem home; rr asona Me rent, i'honu
we-t 'iZ2; M Twentieth strert.
FOR RENT A modern furnished front
roiFTii. sunanie tor one or two, nt 1134
Second avenue, fhone west 2555.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
tor gentleman Arplv Flat No. 1,
Sweeney flats, 201GI, Third avenue.
FOR RENT Large nicely furnished
iront room, with bath and phone; in
small family; at 1114 8e ond avenue.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
looms !r light housekeeping at MU
Twei'ty-nrsl street, to parties itli-
F R RENT Three f;n nh d rooms fr
ligl.t housekeeping .ii.'l also one single-
room, at J"0ti Twilrth street.
FOR RENT Two strlctlv modern fur
nlsl.eii up-to-dale fro::t ro.nis; use of
juione; nt mixiii avenii
WANTED Two rooms for ligln Imnse- I WANTED Experienced cook and scc
kepli,g. in central residence sei t'.on. ! ond maid. Apply Mrs. George W.
s'Mith of Ninth avenue. Address "F 1 Burr, Roek .Islaiid araenal.
M. S.," care Argus. '
F'lR RENT Two furnished room ' for
light ho is, keejvi.i;. inib-rn. walking
ilietitnce. .it si'7 Twentj -f rrotid street.
Ii:ot:e wfst l'u4.
I-'i.'f: RENT Furnished ri"n for iiirht
housekeeping, on ground floor: ref-
reTu es r iiuirel ;
Phone west i.u27.
Mod-rn furnished front
loom, suitable for one or two gen-
tiemen; use ,if buth and phone. In-iXS
quire 112' Se,-ond asriiue. -
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
j with running wa'er: eentraiiv lr-at(i'
with tahle board; at l4 Thirteenth
street. 1'hoiie west 75S-L
IFult RENT- Light housekeeping rO'mn.
a. so large iroiii sieepine rni, newly
furnishetl, modern, n-ntrallv locate!.
I'lior.o west 2'.'3t;, 141'j Fourtn ave-
FOR RENT Two large light house.
keeping rooms; water, sad gas plate;; "
$3 sc. week, to parties without chii- (WANTED Competent girl to do gen
riren; reference; 123, Fourteenth
pott RENT Too large llitht house-Uet-ping
rooms; water and gas Hale;
: ..cl wei k. to parlies without cnil-0i'-i-:
rcl ei emes. 137 Fourteenth
FOP. KENT Modern front ronm. with
ah i-ve; fine neighborhood: within
walking distance of b-istncs center.
ue of phone, references required.
Phone nest 27S.
FOR RENT Goof sized well furnished
room : rjnning water, elertrleitv. gas
l'ea:er for bath, residence disirh;
pt ice reasonable. t;;l t-evc-nteer.Th
Hreet. . Phone 11S7-X.
I 1 Jge NO. 5,', A. F i A. M.. is
Xfneid on the first Tnuriday of
)t Jf w 11 month. ;; for work
"u il. M. Jegr- e. Tr.ursdav. Mv
t 7 ocit-rK p. ni. is-.iinu
brethren are cordially invited. ?y
order of 1- E. 1 le-r.on way, W. M ; W.
p. pef.tu secretary.
i ... -
14 J. O. A. R. meets
regularly on tSe ect-nd and fourth!
Saturday eve.-Joss of each month at!
7 30 la Mcm'xij! ha'.l at the tori I
house. W. M jocnsiou. cora:uaiia?r;
K. 11. Buck, ajjutant.
I ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
llnjfd :o oate covering any reaj es
t:e in the county. feoinrt and ac
curate serv'ce si reasonable rs.tea
Hack Island Title A AUsiract roa
paoy; I. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney. KTelsr?: Zuu-201. secor-J
f.oor. peoples National back build
ing. Rock Island.
Sl PERFLl Ot'S HAIR.
: iJPEP.yLL'Ol'i. hair and moles on fax
and arms pei-mai.ently removed with
: ore to six n-eCls. Address Miss A. M.
J Klttredge. Fiat 1. Argyl FU:. Brady
ArgyU FU:a. Bradr
j!. ci.uue tlZt.
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, . SATURDAY. MAY 17, 1913.
WABTTED VALE HKLP.
WANTED 25 men: stead v work: applv
at faetory. Rock Island Bridge & lrt-h
Works, Mill street.
WANTED Bellboys at Hotel Harms.
WASTED Bricklayers at Illinois Oil
WANTED Metal pattern makers; R. L
WANTED Laborers in the foundry.
Inquire R. I. Mfg. company.
WANTED Cooper. Apply- Illinois Oil
company, 1517 Second avenue, up
stairs. WANTED Two solicitors: good wages.
Modern Tea company, 322 Twentieth
WANTED Chef who- can make pies.
Apply o Fifth avenue cafe, 3034
Fifth avenue. Rock Island.
WANTED Young gentleman book
keeper: opportunity for advancement;
state experience, if any. Address "R.
Y.." care Argus.
WANTED Two men for drill press
work. Aptly at Rock Island Manu-
facturing company. Fourteenth, ave
nue and Second street.
WANTED Assistant foreman for
foundry, cleaning department ; ex
periein e unneeessary. Address "Foun
dry Assistant" caj-e Argus.
WANTED Collector, thoroughly ex
perienced and capable; must be a
hustler and furnish references. Ap
ply 524 Fifteenth street. Mulfne.
WANTED A representative In every
i-ity. vllluge and town where this pa
per circulates; pay weekly. For par
ticulars, address Ferry Nursery com
pany. Rochester, N. X.
WANTi;i Young man familiar with
retail paint business, for office posi
tion, with frood otsiortunlty for ad
vancement. The I . N. IlobeisTs com
pany, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED Man to travel in Illinois:
groceries, randies, jewelry; good pay
and tailored suit .! ""-year watch
free in : days: experience unneces
sary. J. J-i McBradx. Chicago.
WANTED Two men under 30. of neat
appearance, to travel; good, live prop
osition for a hustler: no advance
seekers need npply. Mr. Kyler. sec
ond floor of Lyric theatre building,
WAJTTES FEMALE HELP.
work at If
irl to do general housc
24 Ninth avenue.
work at 1"J1
to do general hc-use-Fourteenth-aiid-a-hali
WANTED Experienced hand ironer at
the Parker Laundry company, 1314
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Apply to Mrs. J K. Mixter,
754 Tw ent -ll.ird street.
W'AVTIvr I1:irl for Inutltnrj o n H tn
l'lione i 1" wrapping, lit MeCabe's. W. P. Am
V A. 1 1.1' r.xpcrlencea girl to do gen
era! housework: good wages; no
washing: 171 T wenty-Ilf th street.
WANTED Competent girl to do gen-
iit! housework. Mrs. 15. J. Larimer,
1M7 Sixth avenue, l'lione west 852.
I 1- , "V-TT T- " , ... . . . ,1.. . . . . 1
........ ijiu v. oo tiirioi
housework in family of three; refer-
ences required. Inquire 27.15 Seventh
T".7irZ.T ; T"
ANTED Good la
, ,1;!s of each wee
laundress, first three
k. Apply .lis. 1. S.
White. Twentieth street and Seven
WANTED Competent second girl will
ing to assist with care of child. Ap
plv to Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen. 723 Twen
tieth street. References required.
WANTED Thoroughly capable woman
to take temporary charge of a small
cl.anls.hle hnn.e for children; refer
ences required. Address 'Home," care
eral housework, who can assist witti
cookirg: no washing: good v.ages.
phcn west 75S-L; 104 Thirteenth
s:reet. , .
WANTED Lndy S'-licitttrs: 2o-cer.t ar
il. -ie; s;lnr-. $1o per week and com
mission: slesdv work. Address
Smart Set. Novelty company, 311
River street. Ch:cago-
WANT ED Seamstress for alteration
shop work on men's and women's
clothing: must he experienced and ca
pable. Apply People s Store, 524 Fif
teenth street, Moline.
WANTED MALE AJSD FEMALE.
WANTED Yardman and woman to
wash dishes. Apply Fifth avenue cafe,
2m34 Fifth avenue.
WANTED - Vo-mg men and women fin
ishing school and wanting permanent
position ns salespeople In local atorc.
Address Pos.tior.." care Argus.
WANTED Good, permanent positions
open to brigr.t yo-ir.g men and women
In tine of our leading local stores.
Address 'Position." eare of Argus.
WANTED Mu or woman; first class
e-tnvasspr to demonstrate in homes:
best article of its kind: salary and
commission; 231 Fifth avenue,-Mo-Lr.e.
WANTED Live wire agents for healt
anj acciuer.t ir.Juraiice; 211 Pce.ple's
Nattcnrtl bank bdidirg. Sater it
":nier. d. strict managers .
I WANTED Hundreds make $T,0 to $75
week!-- S'l.ir.g g laranteed hoiery for '
largest minu:aeturer 111 America;!
why itJl you? Compte ootf.t free, j
Write q i!ck tc- o-.r citv office. Mad:-
"n M.llk. 4'$ Broadway, New Verk !
Citv. . I
WANTED Good live agents to sell
ks: worlds area test d-.sasters-
Omaha disaster and ii'.e great flod !
throughout Indiana and Onto. AOply I
at once, as the territory is limited!
a-.d this will be a fast seller. At. lrc
Mr. I!, west 2S0. I :
! COLLECTIONS MADE Hard account
ic t Bank
I and claim collected. Wi.l:
vvaiker. lawyer, ill Fsofue
TO HE TUNE OF
WANTED To buy, a good second hand
motorcycle. Phone west 457-X.
WANTEDThree or four-room cottage:
partly moaern. uu at torty
WANTED Lace curtains to launder at
1448 Fourteenth street. Mrs. Luella
WANTED Paper cleaning; work
promptly and neatly done. Phone
west 12S9-K. C. L. Wells.
WANTED All kinds of building and
repair work: get mv prices. Phone
west 2619,. A. J. Gunderso-n.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains,
at 1600 Fourteenth street. Phone
wsst 1149-X. Mrs. Hazel Mudge.
WANTED Comfortable room: two
meals: convenient to arsenal car: rea
sonable. Address "W.," care Argus.
WANTED Painting and paper bang
ing contracting. Inquire F. W. Bugg,
17U7 Twenty-ninth-and-a-hal Street.
Phone west 1275-L.
WANTED By reliable girl, general
housework; good horr.e desired; state
particulars and wages. Address Box
7. Milan. J1L R. R. 3.
WANTED House cleaning; good work
guaranteed. Drop card, with hours
and telephone number. Mrs. Alice
Miller, 311 Tenth street..
WANTED To buy. furniture and
stoves; will pay the highest price lor
second hand goods. Call KniCC &
ttosen. Molina, i'bone east 751.
WANTED Paper (leaning to do- by the
hour; quickly and cheaply done; sat
isfaction guaranteed ; references fur
nished if desired. Thono wt 1197-X.
WANTED To buy. Sperry & Hutchin
son green trading stamp books, filled
or partly filled; also Santa Ciaus soap
wrappers, van on t,ievenili street,
WANTED You to start mail order bus
iness: you buy no instruction course
free Information so you can start big
paying business: you make vour own
goods; I. write and print your circu
lars tree: no expensive newspaper ad
vertising: new blan best of all. Mes
senger, Dept. 3.. Monrovia. Calif.
WANTED Money If this ad catches
your eye, and you need a little help,
call, write, phone or send messenger
boy to our new location, 1619 Second
avenue. Rock Island, for all personal
loans, such as diamonds watches. Jew
elry, furniture, pianos or high grade
articles of any kmc; no matter what
It may be. Private parlors for ladies
or gents; 1619 Second avenue. Phone
west 177. Johnny Jonen, since 184.
manager. Ulllue hours open every
WANTED Situation to care for chil
dren in afternoons or evenings. Call
WANTED Gentleman would like po
sition as attendant or companion to
invalid gentleman in tri-cities or
country. Address "100," care Argus.
WANTED Thoroughly reliable man
dfsires position as manager with a
reliable firm; employed at present,
but desires a change. Address "Man
ager." care A runs.
MR. LANDLORD We want you to no
tify us by telephone or postal whes
your house Is vacant; we have a eorn
p'ete list of the trl-clties, and hava
30 tw 40 appllcatic ns daily for
houses; we will send them and with
out one cent of expense to you. -Sum-rnerf!
eld's. 112-115 East Second street,
a,OVr AND POUND.
LOST A silver vanity case bearing the
initials "D. B. S." Reward by return
to The Argus office.
LOST Two shoats; reward. If found;
notify William Muak. Strayer's Cross
ing. South Rock Island.
LOST Three keys, between Crown res
taurant and roller rink. Wednesday
night. Return to Argus and receive
LOST Small black and tan dog tfe
mele). f inder return to Mrs. Griffin,
Empire theatre, or Harms hotel, and
receive liberal re-ward.
LOST The gentleman wearing a light
hat. wht found purse Saturday even
ing at Eighteenth street and Second
avenue, and boarded ljfrig View car.
is known and will avoid trouble by
notifying west 104S.
LET Fross do your paper hanging, 15
cents a roll; well. paper at u cents a
roil and up; 609 Twenty-fourth street.
Phone we.t 164-K.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE. 738 8.
Wabash avenue. Chicago, wants you
to learn tse barber trade by a short
method that pay iia:f wnile learn
ing; a Job wailing you when through,
or will eouip you a snop if preferred;
new special inducements; investigate.
IF YOC WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything', engage help or secure
a situation, the Mall and Journal
wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the priue to al alike, cash
n advance; two-cent stamps will do.
..verfiiig t-aturday Mail and Journal,
BI MNLT-S OI'PORTI MTV.
DO -.'on want
requiring large capital, but go-od. b'g
returns certain? If so. write ' Oppor
tunity" care The Argu.
I HAVE money to invest in good
ing ousiness In tr
business In the tri-c!ties. All re-
t FOOT ulmRA The only relief for
sore, tired feet nd disagreeable bod
Dy odor; free sample, special offer:
full particulars: write at once. Prate,
tico Scientific Remedy company. Dept.
1". 517 Milwaukee avenue. Chicago.
Bci EDlSH MOVEMENT Miss A. El...
arson, graduated Swedish masseuse.
j gives treatment in private homes and
i at office by appointment. Phone west
iini. office, fl beventcecta street.
POR SALE MISCELLAWEOTJR.
A surrey; phone west
FOR SALF- A cheap work horse: Wil-
Jiam Meek. Strayer s Crossing, bouth
FOR SALE Fine new three-room house
boat. Call at foot of Second street.
FOR SALE Camping or sleeping tent:
double floor; cheap. Inquire 2i21
FOR SALE Gas stove, new, at 1544
Phone west 1021.
FOR SALE $150 driving horse for $S0:
come quick, need the money. Address
C," care Argus.
FOR SALE Motor boat. 26-foot racing
null, in nne condition, located at &4o
Twentieth street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Set of Mark Twain books.
Richard Harding, and others. Inquire
1040 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOR SALE Large tent, 16 by 24 feet
lour-ioot side wall, with ny ana
poles complete. J2. Call west 403.
FOR SALE Household furniture; re
frigerator, almost new, at 929 Twenty-second
street. Phone west 497-X.
FOR SALE Driving mare and mare in
foal, cheap if sold at once. Inquire
2227 Ninth street. South Rock Island
FOR SALE Motorcycle, Thor V., two
speed. In fine condition, used very lit
tle. E. M. Kellogg, 1419 Twelfth
street, Moline, 111.
FOR SALE Furnished bungalow, in
cluding boat, located on Rock river,
near Sears; bargain, if taken at once.
Phone west 2335-U
FOR SALE Warden and Concord grap
plants, three to four feet high; first
class. Box 10, Seventeenth street.
South Heights. John Siegtnund.
FOR SALE In storage, a good second
hand rubber tired surrey, upholstered
in diagonal whipcord cloth; also har
ness; both in good condition. Address
"Surrey," care Argus.
FOR SALE Baby chicks, rose comb
Rhode Island Reds, 15 cents each;
chicks and hatching eggs all the
time. L. B. Strayer. Strayer's Cross
ing. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Cheap, If taken at once;
party leaving town: furniture of four
rooms complete; also brnssels carpet
and folding bed; at 2113 Third ave
nue. Inquire Mrst house west.
FOR SALE Surrey and stanhope; also
norse. weight auout i,."uu pounas.
suitable for buKtcy or work horse,
fine saddler, very reasonable. Inquire
at 222 Thirteenth street, pnone west
FOR SALE Sideboard, bookcase, rugs,
chairs, dressers, beds, gas range.
gent's bicycle, water filter; other
household articles; will sell reason
able; party leaving city. Inquire 1230
FOR SALE Sleeping or camping tent.
with rly and double floor, screened all
around, four-foot wall and put up in
four-loot sections; built house-like
and substantial. Inquire 2719 Eighth
avenue. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Golden oak folding bed
almost new: bi-y's bicycle; S4-lonl.1l
leather ccucli, washing machine, iron
bed and springs, bail-bearing lawn
mower: must sell at once- and will
sell cheap. Phone west 145S-K. or
call at 2-26 Fourth avenue between
10 and 11 a. 11.
FOR SALE IAKDL
FOR SALE Well improved 120-acre
farm, six miles west of Andalusia.
For particulars, see F. J. Behave, the
owner, on the place.
FOR SALE Or trade. 150 acres of gond
land in Scott county, Iowa, 17 miles
north of Davenport, 1 miles from
two good shipping points; fair im
provements; loo acres in cultivation:
extra good for corn; Bo acres timber
pasture; nil good corn land if clear
ed: price, $!oi per acre; one-half trnde
will be accented. L. F. Hayes, room
52. State Bank building.
EXCLUSIVE! CORSET PAI1I.OHS.
latest models and materials, from
$3.oi up. Mme. Goodwin Corsets, all
aizes. latest moaeh and materials,
from $5 up. Brassieres and bust ex
tenders from 50c up. All carefully
fitted at.G. II. Grabbe's, Indies' Tail
or and Dressmaker. South Putnam
building. Davenport. Established
1902. Phone nortlr "33. Send for
WU WILL BOND YOU Executors', ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees'
or any kind of judicial bonds; lodges
und society officers; city, state or V.
B. government officials; contractors,
positions ot trust; In fact, any kind
of bond you want (except oail bonds;.
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave
land, resident managers. Fidelity &
Deposit company of Maryland.
CARP-J OP THAXKS.
WE desire to thank our manv friends
and neighbors, members of the Wo
man's Relief corps, Dewey cum p. R.
N. of A., end the Order of Eastern
Star, White Shrine -f Jerusalem, for
their kindness and sympathy render
ed during the sickness and death of
our b"loved wife and mother. B. M.
Ells and family.
LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED.
AGAIN I am at your service; you all
know me; trl-city. East Moline, home
work, guaranteed. Telephone all or
4ers care east v21. J. IL Darby.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp
ptannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of Mil -(inds. City store. 667
Jl .venotg Jlis.
MRS. HARTMAN has moved from 1 1
Twentieth street to 2207 Sixth ave
nue, x'none west 2218.
xF you have warts, moles or superflu
ous hair on yoor face, why not have
trem removed at'Miss Wilson Hair
fcaof 410 Best building 7.
. BY CURL ED
POR SALE CITT PROPERTY.
FOR 8 ALE A large lot in Pears: lot
72x:i0'i feet; price, JiiOO. Eckhart &
FOR SALE All modern six-room cot
tage; good location. For particulars,
address Property" care Argus,
FOR SALE Eight-room house on
Fourth avenue and Sixth street: good
lot: price. $2,S00. Eckhart & Huffum.
FOR S.aLE Two lots 50x130: paving
paid. Inquire c-n premises. Long
View Floral company, 1115 Fifteenth
FOR PALE Ten-room bouse, located In
Sllvis: ull modern and cement walks:
lot .iuxloO; price, $3,400. Eckhart &
FOR PALE Or trade, lot and eight
room house; good condition; lot 40
X142. Inquire W. R. Gingles, 515
FOR SALE Six choice building- lots on
Eighteenth avenue, two blocks from
Long View loop. C. L. and H. C.
Fulmer.- Phone west 1275-Y.
fOH PALE McLaughlin home, corner
Grant and Fifth streets. Milan. 111.;
looated on two lots, 55x150 l'eet each.
Inquire at house.
FOR PALE On easy terms, six-room
bouse; lot 80x119; price, $2,300. $3iif
down, balance monthly payments.
Fcrr particulars, see Eckhart & Buf
fum. FOR SALE Lota In Sheuermann-s fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue: payments of $5 per month.
Call 170(1 Sixth street. Old phone
FOR SALE Practically new- strictly
modern double frame dwelling, 141fi
141S Fifth-and-a-half avenue; price
reasonable and terms to suit pur
chaser. Henry Slemon.
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with 2ty
acrtis of ground, well and cistern: lo
cated one block fro-m car line; at a
sacrifice if taken before April 30. Ad
dress "S. G. S.," care Argus.
FOR SALE Six-room bouse; city wa
ter, gas anil electric lights: lots of
fruits: located on Fortieth street and
Twelfth avenue, facing new park;
price. $2,600. Eckhart & Ruffum.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage with
basement: lot 50x120; city water and
gas: good location; $1,850 cash, or
terras to suit. Inquire C. C. Sample,
1230 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOR SALE Cheap, a flve-rom house,
with 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 SALE Lots in South Heights,
south of Aiken street. between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance in Ave
years. E. W. Robinson. mcn
mond street. Phone west 1165-K.
By virtue of a special execution Is
sued out of the clerk's office of the
county court of Rock Island county,
and state o-f Illinois, and to me direct
ed, whereby I am commanded to make
tiie amount of a certain Judgment re
cently obtained against e hones 1
Bailey, Jr., et al.. in favor of the Rockt""1 "' ''".V1"1" ?y me.
Island Fuel company, a corporation, out
of the lands, tenements, goods and chat
tels of the said Charles L. Bailey, .jr.,
et al., 1 have levied on the following
described property, to-wit: The west
thirly-nve (3.".i feet of lot six (). in
William McEniry's addition to the town
(now city) of Moline, 111.; also the west
forty (40) feet of lot number four 4),
In block seventeen (17). in that part of
the city of R01 k Island, ill., known as
and called Spencer & Case's addition to
the said city; all situated in the county
of Rock Island and state in Illinois.
Therefore, according to said command.
I shall expose for sale at public auction
all the right, title and interest of the
above named Charles L. Bailey. Jr., e-t
al.. In and to the above described prop
erty, at 10 o-'clock a. m., on Thursday,
the 29th day of May, 1913. at the east
door of the court bouse in Rock Island.
Dated at Rock Island, 111., this Sth
day of May, A. D. 11)13.
O. !,. RRCNER.
EherifT Rock Island County.
William 1L Brough deputy.
Notice of Final Settlemeat.
Estate of Frank Llekefett. deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, John S. McCoiinell. has
this day filed his final report and set
tlement as such in the probate court of
Rock Island county, and hearing on
said report has been set for May 31.
1 S 13. at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time
persons Interested may anpcar and
make objections thereto, and if no ob
jections are filed, said reyort will heap
proped at that ttnve, and the under
algned will ask for an order of distri
bution, and mill also auk to be dis
charged. Rock Island. 111. Mav !. 1913.
Administrator with the Will Annexed of
Frank Li'kefett. deceased.
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of Hans Jorgensen, deceased.
.The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Hans Jorgensen. jate of the c'ointy of j
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, ,
hereby gives notice that she will ap- ,
fear before the probate court of Rock ;
sland county, at the probate court i
room. In the city A Rock Island, nt the i
July term, on the first Monday in July I
next, at which time all persons having 1
claims 8ga(nst said esttte are notified'
and requested to attend for the purpose '
of having the same adjusted. Ail per- ;
sons indebted to said dilate are re-
quested make immediate payment to j
the undersigned. , j
Dated 2Sth day of April. A. P. 1913.
Clarence J. Schroedcr. attorney.
Notice mt Final Settlement. '
Estate c-f Alfred W. Smith,' deceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that the ,
undersigned. Edgar Humphrey, ad-nln- j
ia-.rr.ior, cas tins nay pied ms nnal re- 1
port and settlement as such in the pro-
i i.l. ,-fl,,.t r,f U rr- Lr 1 -' .1 , ,- A
j Late -url of Roci ieiad "rouniy. "and
Shearing on said report has been set fori
JMay 2i. 19:3. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at,
which time persons Interested may ap-
i Pr ana.maae oojecursns tnereio. ana
If no objections are filed, said report
will be approved at that time, end the
undersigned will as if for an order cf
d strlbution, and wiU also ask to be
Rack island. 111.. April 28, 1912.
r.r i ,
.Walker. Ingram & bwetney.
When You Think o Leans
Tbiak cf JOHNKY JOKES
We don't advertise 10, 20 or
30 per cent, but will give
you 50 per cent. 1619 Sec
ond avenue. . 1 : . . ,
On all diamonds or gents'
watches and all kinds of
jewelry, call 1619 Second
The busiest little personal
bank In- the 'trt-cittes.
Come and learn to know us,
then all will be well.
We can fix it.
i6ig Second 1 Avenue'
. Notice Is hereby given that a- special
meeting of the stockholders of the Rock
Island Expftsltion company, an Illinois
corporation, will be held at Rock Island
club. No. 220 Nineteenth street. In the
citv of Rock Island, county of Rock Is
land, and state of Illinois, on Monday,
the second day of June, A. D. 1913, at
the hour of 7:30 o'clock In the after
noon of said day, for the purposo of
submitting the question of tno dissolu
tion of said Rock Island Exposition
company, an Illinois corporation, to the
vote of the stockholders.
WILLIAM M. RECK. ! "
, i M. H. SEXTON, ? --
HENRY KRAMER. 3 , i
. C. S. MeDANIEL, -
C. J. LARK1N.
' HENRY C. SCIIAFFER,
R. M. PEARCE.
F. A. SMITH,
H. P. SIMPSON.
Constituting a majority of the Board ol
Directors of the Rock Island Exposi
Jackson, Hurst &. Stafford, attorneys.
Notice "of Final Settlemeat.
Estate of George Smith, deceased.
Public notice is hereby sMven that the .
undersigned. David A. Clarke, executor
if the last will and testament of Geori
il na 1 report and settlement as such In
tno probate court or hock Island coun
ty, and hearing on said report has been
set for May 24, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m..
at which time persons Interested may
appear and mago objections thereto,
andif no objections are filed, said re
port will be approved at that time, and
the undersigned will ask for an order
of distribution, and will also ask to be
Rock Island, 111.. May 1. 1911.
DAVID A. CLARKE. Executor.
Walker, Ingram ii Sweeney, attor
neys. Notice ef Final Settlement.
Estate of Mary A. Webster, deceased.
Public notice is Set Co given that
the undersigned, Archie D. Webster, ex
ecutor of the estate of Mary A. Web
ster, deceased, has this day tiled hi
final report and settlement as aucb In
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, and hearing on said report has been
set lor May 21. 1913. at 10 o'clock a. ra..
at which time persons Interested may
appear and make objections thereto;
and If no objections are filed, said re
port will be approved at that time, and
the undersigned will ask for an order
of distribution, and will also usk to be
Rock Island, 111., April 26. 191S.
ARCHIE D. WEDSTER. Executor. .
Schriver Schriver, attorneys.
That you couM borrow $10. US',
$2i or up to $109 on yctir furni
ture, piano or ither personal
property, and pay It back In small
weeky or monthly payments?
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