Newspaper Page Text
For the icommixlilioii of Its patrons
In varlaus parts of the citv. The Argus
tan eatabl.shed a system of branrh of
fices, where subscriptions anil want ad-vTUr-.ng
may bo received and any in
formation left that may prtain to any
ftepartrnent of th paper, nrwn or busl
bess. It la a I no planned lo hava at each
of these branch offices every evening
supply of copies of The Argus of tha
flay, to that any subscriber who may
have failed under any circumstances 10
receive tha paper. wi4 be supplied free
Tha Argus chain of branch ofScea
Includes the following:
J. J. Kippa notion store, 4S1S Flftb
H. K. Rnwe'i pharmacy. lll four
Srhpelder'a drug store. Twenty-seventh
street. Ser-nui avenue.
UHemeyer'a drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. I'lftfcnth street.
Pauley's lunch room. 403 Fourth tvt
Mra. London" notion atore, Berenth
Street. Fourteenth avenue.
t.'r-ii.ibeck'a pharmacy, 922 Third ave
nue. En-it Eberts' grocery. 123 Eleventh
Rudert drug atore. Thirtieth street
r.d I 'ft h avenue.
College pharmacy. Seventh, venue
and Thirty-eighth street.
01.40H grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Stelner drug store, corner Fifth ave
tJl knd Twenty-third street.
Hasting A pcwo grocery, 1728 Twen
ty !xth street.
FOU HENT HOISES.
FoR RENT Four-room modern fur
nished house at 8 1 3 Slxtii avenue.
FOR KENT Kl'Vi-n-room furnished
liouee. Inquire 121! Second avenue.
1 fit KENT F"iir-room house, strictly
modern. Inquire I'i02 Twelfth street.
1 R RENT Two-room cottage, fur
nished for light housekeeping, in
quire 1407 Slxui avenue.
FOR KENT Eight-room house,
rn; largo Imrn. with electric
ut i'o'ZA oi-venth avenue.
lighi; FOR RENT A dwelling house at 70S
Seventeenth street. Apply to Mrs.
Chariea Keller, 71s Nun te nth street.
Ft R RENT Eight -mom house, all mod
ern ctnv etilen.-es, at looi' Sewntc.-nih
street. lnquiro lul'U ccventciitli
F'R RENT Modem house. Long View
park district. Inquire E. H. J'letcher.
1321 Seventh avenue. I'hotie Hock
IOH RENT Seven-room modern house
rentriiiiy located. Cull Hork Island
ur inquire 1710 Fifth avenue, or
l"'j Eighteenth street.
H'K RENT Five-room stucco house on
Forty-fourth street and Sixteentn ave
nue, Roik Island; can he had imme
diately. Fhone iiionim ZZli.
J'OR REM A modem eight -room
house, with bath, at Sixth ae-
nie. Apply at .'""C Sixth avenue,
city. 1'iione Rock Inland litf.'-K.
rori r. ENT Mod'in Hut;
I'.otii, l.IU Third avenue
FOR RENT ronr-rnom flat, partly
modern. Inquire S i-Trtn avenue.
FOR RENT Four-room flat, upstairs,
with I a'n and gas rur.ge. at 3 iev.
1" 'It KENT M'-dern five-room apart
tn. rl. Inquire lool Twentieth Street,
l'li'-nc Lock island 601-X.
F'-'R RENT Wdern six-room steam
heated flat, at 1229 Seve-nd avenue,
-a us flat. Inquire W. U. Nf gus, Rock
FOIl IIEMT msrEIAAXEWB.
l ' i:
KENT Parn. suitable for storing
ue r two inuii' ties, at '.'.l r.ieveniu
wiiiic. iMione Kock Island 732.
FK KENT Storeroom with flat above
.ii l.t.'l Second avenue. inquire 4
S enf ml li street, or phone r.ovk
Full RENT Second floor of factory
b.i 'u;.::g at li24 Fourth avenue, suit
ahic .or light m.wu::.ict Jl in. Inquire
IK9 Fourth avi mie.
Fult KENT Furnished camp,
in at. o;i Reck river, at S-ai s;
Mm iu to Watch Josser line.
drinkiiik- water cn place. For
caii Hoc a Island
ICR KENT 200 acres, three m.lrs
aoulhwist of Andaluia and ILree
iiule northeast of Edgington ln
;u:.e Mary Uriibon. Caruon Cliff gro
uiv sloie. Carbon Cliff. 111.
Fi'H KENT One of best locations m
1 'av nport, fcround lioor of building
for .ent. Jut computed, cerli.lng
pew ai d up-to-date, desirable place
to n,rn big store. :ivnxlS will
rent cheap. Jf interested, call at
tince. r .irkenwaid Kenny company. 46
4. Kirn National bank building. L'av
enport. Phone Davenport i,Zii.
W K wiu. BOND TOl" Executors-, ad
ministrators'. guarO ana', tri.stees. or
any rino of Juu.c.al bonds: lodgeaand
letv nmrets; city, elate, or U. ti.
government otTlctals; contractor po
pulous of trust, in fart, any kind of
b nd you wan, (except bail hondsr.
Trn- reas'-nab'.e. Hayea Cleave
l.nd. reldent manager. Fid.lty
leposlt Company of Maryland.
URACTl OF T1TI.K.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date ruvering anv real ea- I
late in the county, prompt ar.d ac
curate service at rcas'Minbie rates. J
Rock lslai.d Title Abstract com- !
Danv: J. J Ingram, president; W. J.
ewecnev. e.rrtr; if"0-Si'i. second
r.or. Peop National Lank build
in. Ku-.-k island.
COSTHACTOilS AMI Bl ll.DF.RS.
Jlka VoEi & Co,
Mariif'.-tureis vi at. Door. Bl'.ndt
an1 Sta.rs. Interior r.nlsh of ail kl-.ca
Hardwood Vnetr oormg .-nd deal
ers in GUsa. tit and 323 ifiuteat
BEN FIXED HIM SO HE COULDN'T SAVE
rCR RICTT ROOMS.
For. RENT Light houskeeping rooms
at 310 Second afreet.
FOM RENT Two unfurnlshd rooms at
132S Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping: at 1518 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished sleep
ing rooms at 224 ' Seventeenth
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
licht iioueekepins at 527 Twentieth
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms
with laundry privileges; 52J Seven
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
and board, at 22S Fourth avenue;
FOR RENT Steam heated front room,
newly furnished, strictly modern, at
li'iS Second axenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnlshert room.
Inquire Sf2 jierond avenue. Fhone
Rook Island 1218-K.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
at 311 Forty-fifth street, with water
and sewer; no children.
FOR RENT Modern six-room furnish
ed house on Twenty-third street. Ad
dress "A. H.." care Argus.
FOR RENT Modem furnished room.
I hone Rirk Island 2717. Inquire 21
FOR RFNT Three unfurnished rooms,
with water and sewer. Inquire at 831
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room for light housekeeping;; U89 of
rnone; uKZ Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Modem furnished room,
suitable for two, at 718 Seventeenth
street. Phone Rock Island 2721.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, at 1015 Sev
enteenth street, references required.
FOR RENT Modern furnlsbed room
for gentlenmb. Apply Flat Mo. I,
Kweeney flaia, 201 a Third avenue.
FOR RENT Two large modem light
housekeeping rooms at '0J Twentv
eecond street. Phone Rock Island 36.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
suitable for gentleman, at 412 Nine
teenth sircct. Fhone Kock Island
FOR RENT Modern furniahed light
housekeeping rooms; gas and use of
laundry; no children; 1116 Second av
tnue. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room:
gas, bath, hot water heat, and phone;'
81.75 per week; at 21. Fifteenth
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; no children; ref
erences, 710 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for
light housekeeping; fine locution, ref
erences required, al 801 Forty-first
FOR RENT Modem furnished front
room, in private family; use oi phi.-ne;
736 Eighteenth street. phone Rotk
FOR RENT A modern furnished room
in private family, suitable jv,r two
gentlemen: reterencea required; 1003
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
I gl t housekeeping; no children; ref
erences required; at 74 5 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Furnished rooms In mod
ern home, to one or two gentlemen;
with or without board; at Jii Seven
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping on first
floor; use of laundry. Inquire 2i2i
FOR RENT Three modern light house,
keeping rooms, partly furnished, hot
water heat, privilege of bath and
Laundry; adults, good reference only,
call mornings, or from 5 to 7 p. in.
at 811 Forty-second street.
FOR RENT Large front room, bright
and comfortubie. suitable for one or
two gentlemen, in atrlctiv private I
family, ail conveniences: close to all
car lines; walking distance from bus
iness section: terms reasonable: I21S
Klf'.h avtnue. Phone Kock Island
LOST AXD POIJSD.
LOST Small watch, black enamel, open
l.i-e. Reward if returned to Mrs
Attl Welsh. Vogue millinery, bec
LOST Or stolen, brown horse, three
ear old: weight 9"0 pounds; oo
Fifth street. Reward. Phone Rok
LOST On Thirty-eighth street, a Can
adian money order for 87S. Return
to K. Ilaverstlck al McCabe a and re
Masonic Temple. Eighteenth street and
t inn avenue.
THK STAT1TD MEETING OF TRIO
lodge No. 57. A. F. at A. M . will
be neid on the first Thursuay of
tacn monm. cpe-iai tor work
On M M. degree on Thursda; .
Sept- 1. at . p. m , mi.orintr.ian hull.
Visiting brethren aro c-rd.al.y invit
ed. Rv order of L. E. Hemcnway,
v M.. W. B. Pettit, secretaty .
e. a, r.
BUFORD POST. 143. O
A. R. meets
y on the second and fourth
t-a-.urday evenings of each montn at
Mi) in Meonorial hall at the court
house. W. M. Johnston, cocmander;
E. 1L Buck, adjutant.
8L PF.KKU'Ol'S hair and moles on face
and arnis permanently removed w'ta
en to six needles Address Mis M.
Ktttredge. Flat I. Argyle Flats. ,3ra!y
'treet. Davenport. Old phene JUS.
HOt ES WANTED.
WE can get you a tenant f T your va
ian house cr rooms if you telephone
o send us a postal as soon as t ax-ant.
We do rot charge for this service.
S .mmerT.eld s 113-11 EaJt Second
THE ROCK ISLAND
SBV'. HOLD oM pi SecoAjD- L SHufce, OJ HPiO To SPfe L . .
wmpst phjc. ou Pi-UM4a e . 0 Mfeeseuf PitiST now oiVai n jjg C
INf THtt WMBR. Po. :OU ZZa 0.a4. TO fYcH fAOIKE.1 ' ft J9 x-PlL aagfc
WANTFTi TJlstrlct manager, to repre
sent the Teomen of America, a frater
lal Insurance society. In Rock Island
county. This Is a splendid opportun
ity to work ui a permanent business
at borne. Address E. L. Kelly, 213
East Main street, Galesburg. 111.
WANTED Laborers; 635 Eighteenth
WANTED Men at the Rock Island
Bridge & Iron works. Mill street.
WANTED Carpenters: apply Deere
Harvester job. East Mollne, 111. Hen
ry W. Horst.
WANTED Meat cook, pastry cook,
and waitresses. Janes' restaurant.
1S10 Second avenue.
WANTED Work on farm by the year
by experienced man with family;
must have house furnished. Inquire
. IS. Vanslckle, 516 Sixth street, city.
WANTED About 12 more millwrights
to add to our present force; top
waa-eg. steady work: only first class
mechanics need arply. Doug-las &
Co. Starch Works, Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
WANTED For U. S. army; able-bodied
unmarried men between ages of IS
and SS; citixejis of Cnited States, of
good character and temperate hablt,
who can speak, read and write the
English language. For Information,
apply to recruiting officer. Second and
Brady street, Davenport; 219 South
Third street. Cedar Kapids: Sixth and
Main streets. Dubuque; btate Bank
building. Rock Island.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Girls to do
Apply chef. Colonial.
work a i
-Girl to do general house
1524 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Middle aged woman to Co
general housework at 2618 Eighth av
WANTED A nurse cirl; apply to Mrs.
A. H. McCandtess, 03 Twenty-third
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework; t3 Tweniy-tnlrd
WANTED A gir! to do second work at
2225 Seenth avtnue. Phone Kock
WANTED Lady solicitors for Rock Is
land. Call immediately at 319-321
WANTED Young girl to do light
housework and care for baby. Inquire
at 30s Ninth street.
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework: go-d wages. Inquire
17w2 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Experienced coat makers In
r.lteratton room, ladles' department,
M. Ac K., second floor.
WANTED Reliable experienced girl to
do general housework. Apply Mrs.
H. W. Ward. 613 Twenty-third street.
WANTED Experienced bookkeeper and
stenographer, ambitious and of good
appearance. Book Store, 1719 Second
WANTED At once, yctine girl to as
sist with general housework at P1
Fourteenth street. Phone Rock Is
WASTED Saleslady, with experience
in selling stationery and books: re
Imed and of good appearance. Book
Store. 1719 Second avenue.
WANTED Lady demonstrators; pleas
ant work, short hours, goenl salarv.
no commissions. Apply in person to
Mr. Knceland, St. James ho;el, Dav
enport. WANTED Lady of refinement and good
personal appearance, to learn corset
fitting: permanent wo'k and gc-od
pay to right party. Address Mrs. E.
V. Tod. 411 H Fifteenth street, Mo
line. WANTED Women to do plain sewing
at home for a large Philadelphia
tirm: good money and steady work;
no canvassing; send reply envelope
for prices paid. I 'ni versa! company.
Desk A, Walnut street, Philadelphia,
WANTED Experienced sheet metal
workers: we offer steady employment
the whole year to capable and relia
ble merv who can give satisfactory
reference as to aobriety and ability.
Smith System Heating company, 1610
WANTED Agents with some experi
ence In the portrait line. Appiy M.
Wlnfield. New Harper, between 7 and
I p. m.
LET us handle your property: we sell,
collect rents, look after all details,
relieve you of ail worry. Come in
and we will talk it over with you.
IF TOL WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mall and Journal
wants bring resulta One-half cent
per word Is the price to all alike, cash
in sdvanee; two-cer.t stamps will d?.
Evening Saturday Mail and Journal.
KNIFE Pleatlr.gs. Ic yard up; accrd-
eon piea-.ings. c yam up. Muttons
covered froiTi scraps of a-oods. lur
dozen up: a'J si its. styles and colored
Ivory rims. Felt pennants, pillow
covers, etc. Button hcles mode;
rlr.king, sponging, dress forms, etc.
Davenport Pl-at r.g. Button & Novel
ty company. 230 S-rth Putnam build,
ing. Davenport. Phone Davenport 7J3.
Send for circulars-
WANTED Partner: established bus'. -
n-s: neea r.,p: must Know some -
tr.tng about selling gooes ar.d have
$V-i. good thing for right man. Ad
dress - Partner. " care Argua.
BICYCLES AD MOTOBCTCLES.
TIRfcS (all makesT"aeorleaTNa'mp!
etc.; cut prices: lii Flying Merke.
blcycUs at wholesale price. 32t t or
ar.re and blue enameled): i'S-Slt
East Thud street. Davenport.
ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, IMS.
HIMSELF AGAIN !
WANTED Job work of any kind.
Fhone Rock Island 893-K.
WANTED Sewinar by experienced
dressmaker. Inquire 1403 Sixth ave
nue. WANTED To buy, displav table fcr
dry goods store. Phone Rock Island
WANTED Family and bundle washing.
Inquire 729 Fourteenth-and-a-half
WANTED Lace curtains to launder at
1448 Fourteenth street. Mrs. Luella
WANTED Two reliable parties to
room and board in private family;
1108 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE One table, two iron couch
es, and gas stove. Inquire 737 Four-tecnth-and-a-half
WANTED Three or four-room house;
atata rent and kind of water. Ad
dress "W. J.," care Argus.
WANTED To buy, 8. & H. green trad
ing stamp books filled or partly mi
nd. Call at 614 Eleventh street.
WANTED To buy. a good six-room
house; must be all modern and in good
location. Phone Davenport 5235.
WANTED To buy furniture, stoves;
will pay best price. Call Kniff. Mo
line 761; 1620 Third avenue, Moline.
WANTED Dressmalng done at my
home; party dresses and fancv sew
ing a specialty. Call at rear of 1710
iweniy-nitu street, tnira nior.
WANTED Two connecting furnished
rooms In modern home, within four
oiocks or . jvl c. A. Address Mrs.
Merle Cameron, Y. M. C. A., city.
ANTED To buv, a house, not to ex
ceed 33,00"; have J400 cash, will pay
balance monthly at 6 per cent inter
est, .laartss - wanted, care Argus.
WANTED Washing and houseclean
ing; good work guaranteed. Drop a
card giving phono and house number
to Airs. Alice Jliller. 311 Tenth eli'eet.
WANTED SewlDg; first class dress
maker desires engagements by dav:
five years' experienc; satisfaction
guaranteed. Phone Rock Island 2202,
or address "H. care Argus.
WANTED Furnace and chimney clean
ing; will also repair chimneys, at rea
sonable prices: good work guaran
teed. Inquire G. W. Rind. 42ti Ninth
street, or phone Rock Island 1053 .
WANTED Position as yard man in
large yard or park; 25 years' exoeri
tnce. Phone Rock Island t!9S-K."
WANTED Situation as collector or any
outdoor occupation, by reliable mar
ried man; references furnished. Ad
dress ' R A.," care Argus.
WANTED MALE AND FEMALE.
WANTED A pantry man or woman at
the Harper house.
WANTED Reliable man or woman to
distribute luo free packages perfum
ed borax soap powder among friendv,
will pay $12.5u; n money required.
Ward Borax company, 216 Institute.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the County Court of Rock Island
county. Illinc-is. October term, 1913. In
AitocnuenL oemino. s&t.4u .
jew tiarper Hotel company va. II.
Notlce ls'here;- given to you, the
said H .B. Gilmore, that a writ of at
tachment naa Dcen issued out of the
office ' tne clerk of the county court
ot said county ot Kock Island, at the
suit of the said New Harper Hotel com
pany, and against the estate of you, the
said 11. B. Uilmore. for eighty-six and
forty one-hundredths do-liars besides
interest, aireciea to tne sherin of said
county to execute, wuich said writ has
been returned d- said stieriff executed
by levying on the north 05 feet of th
east 60 leet oi lot .-o. i, in block No. 2
and the north 60 reet of the west 3u
feet of lot No. 1. in block No. 2, in the
old town of Stephenson, roj- Rock is
land, in the county of Rock Isiand and
State or Illinois.
Now. unless you. the said H. B. Gil
more, shall personally be and appear be
fore the county court of said countv. en
the first day of the next term thereof,
to be holdcn at Kock Island, in said
county, on the first Monday in the
month of October next, give special
ball and plead to said action. Judgment
will be entered against you In favor of
said plaintiff, and the property attach
ed sold to satisfy the same, with eosla.
HENRY B. HUBBARD. Clerk.
Rock Isiand 111. Sept. 4 1913.
Searle & Marshall, plaintiff's attor
neys. Ad mis Ut rat era Notice.
Estate of Mary E. Custer, dereased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Mary E. Coster, late of the county of
Rock Island, stare of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice rhjit he will appear
before tiie Hon. Benjamin Bell, judge of
trie probate co irt of Rock Island coun
ty, at th probate cKirt room. In the
citv of Rock Island, at the January
term, on tne first Monday in Januarv
next, at which time all pers'-ns having
claims agairst ssld eftat are notified
and requested to arter.d for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All pr
ns indebted to ?aid estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
Dated 23th day cf September. A. D.
1S13. J. M. iTSTER.
Jackson, Hurst & Staffo: d. attorneys.
Estate oi Mary Ellen Hastings,
The undersigned ! avir.tr been
pointed executor of the !.-t tj.1
t'Stament 'f Mary Ellen Hasting.
f the countv of K' a Island, sta
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice three hundred and thirtv-seven dollars
that r. will aprfr be'oi- i;.e Hon.an(1 ffTy-wven cents, besides Interest
Ben'srr.tn rV-t.. Jt.dg of the pr'-bate directed to tne sheriff of said county to
tr.-.irt of Km' k Inlard county, at t."" cjeeuti'.
, probate court r-" -n. i.i the city of F
! iani. at tr.e D'o'inwr irm. on in
first ilonday in i-o.mwr r-xl. at wtiten
!TT V p-r.n- in.is 'i"1 ""VTM
7 . ; . , ..-(..-e,
aweim i-i- . . i,nii '.n
CHARLES NEWTON HASTING
i. V. Witter, attorney,
same adjusted. Al! per-ms Indented tcr fM .,h.r Txu B;ve pp..cjai ,,8 an4' "i
said estate are re.,ues'-l mk- trc- tr, action, Jungmet.? wU! li ef!3
med,, paynrer.t to tne undersigned .gainst you ,n fa?or of ti" ra d plain
Dated second day of October. A. D.;,:tr. end the property attached sold to
1 saiirfy ti.fr srne. with c-ts.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
-Three-room hcrttse on pav
price, 11.430. Eckhart &
FOR SALE A good double house, fine
ly located: a good Investment Eck
hart & Buffum.
FOR SALE My home at 748 Twenty
third street at a very low figure.
George F. Roth.
FOR SALE A seven-room partly mod
ern houee cm eaay terms. Inquire at
2530 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a good Sec
ond avenue business property. For
fruther particulars, see Eckhart &
FOR SALE New six-room house, lo
cated at 1421 Forty-first street; can
be had at a bargain. Inquire 1421
FOR SALE Small property: will aell
less than cost; 3405 cash, balance on
time. Inquire 1501 Thirty-fourth
street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE One large lot and two
houses, corner Twcnty-flfth street
and Fifth-and-a-half avenue. In
quire 2723 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE Twelve lots between Sev
enteenth and Eighteenth avenues and
Thirtieth and Thirty-second streets.
Inquire 1701 Thirtieth street.
FOR SALE New brick house, with
team heat, located on Watch Tower
car line In South Kock Island. In
quire at 2423 Eleventh street.
FOR SALE Good business property on
Seventeenth street between Tnlrd and
Fourth avenues; nno investment. Ad
drsa "8. Q. S," ca.ro Argus.
FOR SALE A seven-room furnished
house in good locality, near business
center; nil modern improvements.
Inquire 53'J Nineteenth street.
FOR SALE Four-room house; lot 60x
150 feet; good location; for 31,100 it
taken soon; 3300 cash, balance $3 a
month. Address "F. 6o," care Argus.
FOR SALE A new six-room modern
house, with electric lisht; down stairs
finished in oak; up stairs, white enam
el; sold reasonable ii taken at once;
161S Thirty-second street, city.
FOR SALE A few of those choice,
high lots in Glenwood on Fourteenth
avenue between Thirty-second and
Thirty-fourth streets. A. W. Lamp,
3311 Thirteenth avenue. Phone 3i)l.
FOR SALE Lota in Soutn Heights,
south of Alkea street, between
'I'welfth and Heventeenlh streets; on
ea7 terms; (28 oown, balance in Ova
years. 1. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone went 1165-K.
FOR SALE Lola in J. G. Schuermann's
isixtn addition, from Fifth to Seventh
street and Fourteenth avenue to
Klghtecntu avenue; payments, $u
down, 3; per month . iQjjuire 17u0
Sixth Etreeu Phone Kock Island l.'Hii.
FOR SALE Notice: See us be
tween tiie hours of 2 and 4, or
phone Kock island 2656 60O
liuvs this property it taken within
next 30 days; suuabie for laboring
man desirous ot home; lot 5uxl5u;
house partly finished; parly leaving
town. Eighty or 160 acres of Micii
iiriiii land at a sacrifice: will trade for
city ipioberty. Insurance of all kinds
li. nulled in our irftioe. Sater d: iner
211 People's National Bank building
FOB SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE Ten-acre farms, one mile
from city limits, on easy terms. Lck
hart A- Buffum.
FOR SALE 160 acres; good Improve
ments; tnree mties ot W yoming, Iowa;
313,000; eaBy terms. Address M. E.,"
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, 40 acres of well
improved farm land; good house and
barn; will trade for property In tne
tri-clties. Inquire 3042 Ninth ave
nue. FOR SALE 9-acre farm, well im
proved; new eight-room iiouse, good
well, all buildings in good condi
tion; located three miies southwest of
Milan on Ridgewood road. J. M.
Bcarr, route 2. Milan.
FOR 8 A 1,1
FOR SALE Flve-paesenger "Overland'"
1911 model, cheap If taken at once.
Inquire 1206 Third avenue. Phone
Kock Island 1223-L.
SEARLE MARSHALL Attorneys-at-law-.
Office 3'.i2-3uJ Safety building,
JACKSON. Hl.'RST & STAFFORD At
torney s-at-Iaw. Office In Rock Island
National bank building.
WALKER, INGRAM & SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms 200-
203 Peoples National bank pulidlng
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law bualness; corporation,
probate and real estate law; 311 peo
ples bank building, fhone Kock Is
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. Referencea. Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
S'ate of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the County Court of Rh. k Island
Count v. Lnuols. October term. 1913.
I i. B. J'-rmson Compan-.- vs. Ernst
j Pilat. In Attachment. Demand. 1337. 57
j,.. I Notice Is hereby given to you. ih.e said
' I Ernst Pilar, that a writ of attachment
ha been i;cd out of Ihe ofice of the
sp- J t ierk of the county court of said county
and j if Rock Island, at the suit -f the said
lare;; fi Johr.so;j comnaro', and again? the
o- i estate of you. the said Ernst Pilat for
No-a-. unless you. th said Ernst Pilat.
.k." oersor.allv he ar.rt 9..rer kj.T..
l ,ie ((lilil,y , ,irt t ,.,,... ' ,A.
first day c-f Hie nut term thereof,
to 1 e
. noicen at kock i:an1, in said
on file firs! M'.nilav In fe.
I Rork I
ti. k in ruA rd. rierk.
f'ard. I I.. Sept 29, 1913.
liubn. plaiat.S a ailvrnty.
Drawn to this paper By Carl
FOR SALE MTSCELLAEOtS.
FOR SALE Launch;
call Rock island
FOR SALK--Good delivery horse. $20
cash. Inquire 419 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Show cases and fixtures;
11S Eighteenth street. Rock Island,
FOR SALE Five-passenger Velio car.
fully equipped, 3365. Call Mollne
FOR SALE Work horse; Inquire Fred
Strayer. Strayer's Crossing, South
FOR SALE Riding pony; weight 750
pounds; 1227 Fourteenth street. Phone
lock Island 1305.
FOR SALE One covered wagon; will
sell cheap. Modern Tea company, 32
FOR SALE A flve-passcnKcr Bulck in
A 1 condition. Phone 10u7, or call al
1517 Second avenue.
WANTED Hard coal burner in good
condition; state price. Address A
R. S.," care of The Argus.
FOR SALE New Kimball player piano;
sells for $700; make a casli offer. Ad
dress "S. B. B.," care. Argus.
FOR SALE Horse, buggy and harness.
in good condition; horse weighs 9io
pounds. Address Horse. Argus.
FOR SALE -One 24 -horse power deliv
ery truck, in good repair. Fred Stray
er. Strayer's Crossing, South Kock Is
land. FOR SALE Kimball piano, at 1006
jwenty-tnira street, in very gou
after C p.
Phone Kock Island "680,
FOR SALE Dry stove wood, 3a per
load, delivered any part of the city.
C. Koehler, 2418 Ninth street. Phone
Rock Island 23S0.
FOR SALE Drop head Singer sewing
machine, good as new, 312.50. Inquire
southwest renter of Seventeenth
street and Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE Two duck boats; one is
equipped with rudder, sails and pad
dles. Call during noon hour, or ad
dress 1L Herbert. 6'ii'ta sixteenth
street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Dresser, commode, hall
tree, bc-okcase, bedstead, mattress and
springs, Quick Meal gnsollne stove,
heating stove. Inquire 4 to 6 p. m.,
405 Safety building, city.
FOR SALE Or rent, storeroom, with
five-room flat above. In good location;
a snap, on easy terms; might con
sider small cottqge in exchange. Ad
dress "Owner." care Argus.
FOR SALE Art Garland hard coal
stove in good condition, 315; No. 3
Riverside heater. 3": two-seated rub
ber tired trap and single three-quarter
buggy, cheap. Phone Rock Island
FOR SALE seven-room boarding and
rooming house, all furnished; fine lo
cation; rent only 316 per month; part
cash and balance on payments; snap;
come and look it over. Inquire 1619
Second avenue, Rock Island. Also
upright piano,, good as new, at same
number; cash, (75.
HENRY QAETHJS Proprietor Chip
plannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all 'kinds. City store, 1607
Secoml avenvo. Phone 1110.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M.
Walker, lawyer, 311 People's Bank
BRITAIN FEARED NAPOLEON.
And Lamb, Who Thought Him a Fine
Fellow, Fanned the Flame.
It was on Aug. 8, 181o. that "Gen
eral'' Ronaparte, as his English cap
tors Insisted upon calling him, was
transferred from the Belleroplion to
the ship Northumberland, to begin the
Journey to St Helena. There was
much protest in England against the
transportation of t!ie dlHti"Tuihed
prisoner, but the government remained
Official England could see nothing
but danger In keeping such a dynnmlc
force as Napoleon within lt limits,
and, n first) as the actions of the gov
ernment seem eel. the position thus tak
en was not without logic. Napoleon
had been placed on his honor at Elba,
but honor did not weigh with him
when ambition was concerned.
Charles Lamb spoke for those who
favored Napoleon's detention In Eng
land when he wrote to Souther: "Aft
er all, Bonaparte Is a fine fellow, as
my barber says, and I should not mind
standing bareboaded at his table to
do service to him in his fall. Tfcey
should bare given him Hampton court
of Kensington, with a tether extending
forty miles round Inlon." Lamb
j whimsically sticsested that if Kapo
j icon remained In England the people
might some day eject the Brunswick
in bis favor, and the government took
the suggestion seriously.
Now that Napoleon is safely dead
sur-h a fear seems absurd, but Napo
leon was then alive, and, in view of
that fact, no government was safe in
sarin;. "I should worry!" Cleveland
Laiy All your marine pictures ropre-
I . . '.. .
I eDl lne rp3 calm. Mliy GOBI JOU
paint a storm once in a while? Artist
We paiDtfrs in oil can't do that,
madam. We may outline a storm on
the canvas: but, you see. as soon as
i we begin to spread on the oil colors
the waves ublle and the sen become
s calm as a duck pond. Boston Tran-acrint.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. 1913.
Pear! Plnson vs. Robert Pinson. In
Affidavit of non-residence of the
above named defendant hiving been
tiled In the clerk's otlico of the circuit
court of said county, notice, is there
fore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
filed her bill of complaint In said court,
on the chancerv side thereof, on the
1th day of August. 1913. and that
thereupon a summons. Issued out of
said court, wherein said suit Is now
pending, returnable on the first Mondav
in the month of January next, as Is by
Now. tmlees yon. the said non-resident
defendant above named. Robert
Plnson, shall personally bo and appear
before said circuit court, on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be
hoiden at Rock Island, In and for the
said county, on the first Monrtny In
January next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the matters
and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a decree
entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Sept. 29. 1913.
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Bin
arson, graduated Swedish maasouse,
gives treatment In private homes and
at office by appointment. Phone west
2158; office. 615 Seventeenth street.
CARL RUEHL-TuHtlce of the Peace;
1609 Third avenue, Kock Island, 111.
The beauty of the OHer Type
writer 17-cents-a-day plan 1b that it
works out satisfactorily for every
This plan ties up a very large
sum of trie company's money in type
writers sold on time.
But we have an abundance of
capital. We are glad to use our re
sources to bring this great business
aid within easy reach of all who
have use for typewriters. -
Thousands tell us they bought
their Oliver typewriters without
noticing the outlay.
Here's the way the plan works:
You make a small first payment
and get the machine at once.
Then save 17 cents a day and pay
monthly, exactly the same as rejt
When you complete the pay
ments, the typewriter Is yours for
ever. And you pay only the regular
The Standard Visible Writer
Is a salary raiser, an Income-producer,
an aid te personal efficiency.
Oliver Typewriters ere earning
millions of dollars for their opera
tors a.nd owners.
They are helping hosts of ambi
tious young people to achieve suc
cessful busineaa careeis.
They are helping Uie ma!l business
to grow big and the big business le
They arc trade-builders as well as
revenue-producers and efficieucy
mr.kers. The newest and het model Oliver
Typewriter Is soul on t li lsj popular
plan. There Is mo extra charge for
the famous I'RINTYPB OLIVER
the only typewriter that prints
print. J'rintype is conceded to be the
greatest typewriter improvement of
More than 15.000 local aaenta In
the I'nited States and Canada art
making money selling Oliver Tvw.
writers. This In proof positive of
vjiiv-r merit ana wover popularity.
Write for particulars of the 1
cepts-a-day plan. Ak for specimen
No. S Olivers rented. 34 for three
months. Trl-Clty Offices. 315 Brady
street, Davenport, Iowa. Phone. Dav
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter Bldg C'hleagos
Gentlemen: Without any obllga
ton whatsoever, please end Oliver
Typewriter Catalogue, with speci
men of Prlntplng and particulars of
your 17-cents-a-day plan.