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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ! - 5 v j ARGUS V EAlIoT 17MION m iMgni IMMH oBtp to Us owe sweBJ OBd Ms Jar eate fine aA . wtB he .JasBxet to do as. Two MB , mi a4 se tale ki aa , The Argus expeeie pay '. mux t bill. BMW jijL ISSB PIMCT0B7. '("I. UM Ant Tadey of D Lngioa Hall. Third ana Bawnw All ex-service ma , Du K BnuiL D. B. JJer- uut. ediuteot. ADONIC J " Be. .7. A. F. A A. M will I k hi4 as too Ant Than- II ) tey el each mouth at 70 Yl I t . a. Charles F. aUeVed, llf r. Bar 0. IT -n II I annoRO ito. 67. x. o. ... x aa UM Bret Wedaenley tf seek Ybat law prepewte mMo-M. U W. Mum, atoBarsh. rraak U rami as. aes- amesm aiavDCATlON OF BOCK Qkjlaad Ohapter no. X. wul bs aald oa the Arel tanney ol eaok awyta at TJ0 . m. L J. "'' S.B.F.; - H. Ash. eecrelary. OCX IALAK0 IAMB BO. A. F. A. M. Staled taminr Ant Friday at aack nili Oua rnaMer. W. JL A -"-- secretary. I iaaa Ft n.. uutii nirht Tuesday. t. M- Work oo M. M. degree 1 P. m 10 raw aiastcrs wv v lievp. m. - tinear. ikJtrxA. ATJiB UUnXAI. OF Ba. la. 0 ill ba bsla la aKOad BoaJai of aocb BaaU. C. A. Bausna. cuav aaauar; i. L. Bwaajr. raoocCsr. tnaoava druia am aad laud ' CeadaTei Bondaj eTeninc. M BwABD CMAFTEB BO. 3D9. mi Imri1u ol ears atoata. Via-! BSJ Ban aamaai. Bra. 4eena 8. Liu at . m.: Ban F. anu. aaoatan tMaUXD COUNCIL NO. SO. B. ft dbi auiMi i imniwe el Boek I aalCaauu o. au, av a. at. wui b aat a to uunl Wnlnmiiiy ol aasa sajttv U W. '1'haebar. L. at.; O. V. Ru una bo. sos. i. o. o. f. La Bala evarjr Thundaj oraaiaf Lat Odd Fallows' taauua oa Thanh at en as. balwesn 8av IsaaaMh and Aishtaanib ainete. L I emiri. R. a. aunt Xhunuar d axh aiaua, brtuatorr oecrea, am I sbb awl laud oaf rea iha leiiswias U 0. O. M. BCf BLASTD LOlMiE 0. 180. MEET at agata Ant and third Mondajw, Ma t aid. 171S 1-3 Seesnd aToaua. at a. Ucutar Uvea JtuSaU. bee .ISMa, L.: c a. 8 HUBS AER1K BO. SM. FBATB&V ba Qraw at tiilra Batnur atanuitft kM lat Udal Taeadar ol aaeh aasntr bbbbi bbbm. ronrth aaaa ao. i aotst. trash Wtoh. W. 1-.. ATTBBTIOB Beak Uaad I Ba. Oafl a a rt Baattats Bret aad' tab Beaaan af ear ami DAB X. BBBHMAB. a a. SOTOBD POST ttS, S. A. B. Btob) reralarly aa sseaad oat tsanh Frldar afb bMas at aab,.aaTBlh at s oaafe hi Miiawtal aaU hi enrt boas. C. H, Cawah. ..ihi h o mt. adlatau, 9 D. B. W. T. BiOST BAY CAMP A3. 8 I ea tt ant aad third I I at each tooata at S J I an ii v ... im - 'a asiDarih. eaBaaaadar; t, TtUerlottaa. Hint eat. aAnviiat aaxeSBX, xxbxi II loll. oasjkAfM hi 1 - f Jt Bsattsd Baler. I 4r c- Jaeaceon. acr.tari. I Clrt r eant: 115 lSlhBv V jl VMbai brotbMa alwars MONEY TO LOAN ; Legal Kates j$10to$300 Easy Terms lost abb fqchp. LOST:' LADT'S (EIGHT XANDi FUX SOOa Fifth avenue. Beward. wt: m nmi ram. toM. between imam. al Statue) aa awaia- main aaaai. TBtre annaae I street to T. M. ft A. ISM LoaT: . mmm . Tiaoar ' Bcward. FOB AtnOMO. aottl Anas aataa. WW; ABBTUOlAjr aaUUMOKO (sal arateh aa fae. lalaaai -J. F. H aa fob. Bayard for ratafli to I. V. aw raapin av.-mr. Maliaa. LOtT: LAST'S GOLD WATCH OB BIB , boa braoalat. laWala "M. A. I." Ub aral rawara. Batata la Anaa. U)T: BLACK TBAFBLDW BAO atarkad K. X. J, at Tatrto-Biat otnat . aaaa, aoaoar upi, aav. Z3. call B. X 10S1. . FKOFESSIOKil ATTOaUTCTS. OOBBELLT WAXJLMA tWBMMMY A7TaMJIa aa taal (stato. Boaaai aw-US faalraj .not boUaar s BIW. I MAbUl AITTKAV . KtUIKMAi. . all i n and alalia to aranla. WAJUKBB IB. a. COB aoUyaaa W. - M. Walbarl laaaiaa aaa. Faaplo'a Kaiinaal Baak n"ra Bask lalaat, ILLINOIS MAY LOSE LAST GIANT SYCAMORE TREE 8pringfleld, ' IIU Illinois may Soon lose the last of Its glut syca more trees in a pegion once nottd for the nnusual size attained , by many species, according to informa tion received by Dr. Francis W. Shepardson, director of the state department of registration and ed ucation. This giant ssrriTor is threatened with the woodman's axe in connec tion with the. building of a new levee near Mount Camel, Dr. Shep ardson hears. He says its destruc tion is not really essential to the completion f the work. In 1875 a photograph was taken of this tree, which showed four men standing in front of it with enough for a fifth without hiding from Tie the full diameter of the tree. The photograph was used in an article in the proceedings of the United States national museum. At that tim there were 12 trees in an area not exceeding half a mile square, which average 23 ieei in circumierence ana xau zeei in height. As this is the lone survivor of the 12, Dr. Shepardson declares it should be preserved Just as the giant trees of California have been preserved by the insistent demand of those' who love such great natural treasures. EVERETT TRUE ICHfllRMANl!! LMSIM' MireR smith HAS thc? nooR So H4V5 Yoo l , , 52, of,k23 ZfSZ OTXRFtOOOB BAA. BOUB, WARTS . Bk2m' wo " ,Bn ea laea aad anaa, Patau aanlly reaanad batt touul 'or tba baauulul wtlh etoetrla aaadb). Addraai Mba A. ht i.,. . M. Bttredca, 1 Araya aTato. abadt amrumr atraat. Dataapan. Iheaa Bar. SB4. conrn is operated under the supervision of the state ot 1111- tt" Purpose ot providing a place where honest people can u omount up to $300 without paying more than the legal rata llU wlUl0nt beinS imposed upon in any way. Bx hnus-'T neceMar that you are permanently located and are keep eei aa' Mywllr within 50 miles of Rock Island. W "latin IC0Iler me ixT 7oa PP,T xnd give you all the tbae Ur.ZT.U "' ll- T0U Pay the legal interest and only for the actual Jon keen t h ........... aeirhhn """cy. re uo nor. maae inquiries or your employer k jj. C,J1 for free explanation. If in a special hurry phone FIDELITY LOAN CO. (Not a corporation) , Ave, Roc, uimi. Over Kresge's 10c Store! (Entire 2nd floor) OUU. FOB aBBBBAX. BOUUWOBK. AP- B. Caaudy. 187 FUtfc CA SBTaB AT KILAX FBO00CB CO. UT FIBST CLASS aTtaiOSBAFaXB, STATS) ajiaflaaua aad aaSary -B. O." eata Arena. TBWOOBAFBBB. CAPABLB OF WaMT- a laaorto. 01 Sautv BMs. FIBR CLAM COLO&KD WOMAJI TO take aasto waaaiar. CaH B. L Said. Aak for Biaa Bans Kaslaad. CLBBKB. OVXB 17. FOB FOSTAI. XAU, Fib particular, imailna i. iMaard KWntm emi I 105a BaaitaWs D. C. OIBIj FOB CMMB&AL HOUBBWOBJL Hi Xiatb avaaaa. FOB KETT HliSCZIXAirXOUa. oabaob. ae butxbtb btbxbt. b. I. 1387. OABA6B. 7SS TWBBTjr-THtBS STBXBT. fiABAOB AT 101S atraaC B. L MOSL. irraxTEKSTa OAJUOB. 1 FIFTBBBTB 8TBBBT. LABOB STOBAOB SPACE. B. L 1S5S. HOUSE SHORTAGE IN ENGLAND LAID TO TRADE UNIONS London. Dr. Christopher Addi son, minister of health, blames the trades unions in part for the short age of houses in England. " In an article in the Times he points out that there has been a great shrink age of of bricklayers, carpenters. masons and other branches of the building trades and says there are now not enough men in these trades to do the work. Yet, he adds, there are thousands outside of the trades who are unemployed but if an at tempt were to be made to use them in building houses "we are faced with the trade union bar." The unions contend that if their num bers are unduly inflated now, the unemployment among them will be even greater than ever when the present demand for homes has been satisfied. Admitting this. Dr. Ad dison asks: "In the face of the national de mand for houses, in the face of widespread unemployment among ex-service men and others, can any trade union maintain its restric tions? Can one class, one trade, permanently stand in the path of the community and in its own class interest bar the way to progress, prosperity and resettlement? The state which will submit to such ac tion is saddling itself with a sec tional tyranny." ByCondo SMiTH , HAS Tft5 Hoa. wnto antt aroanaar BUS. WaaklBfloa. -a S "C-r; STUBBS. TippklhidllhNervel BY EDWll ij ' . - .-' - ' - ' ' ' " IT," NB StT Momrs. HOCSS- a COXHBCTTJIO BOtnBKIKFaiO ai ' 313 Foarteaath atraat. lBCB FBOBT BOOK AKD KIT-! OBB XODBBJf BOTSSKKBFIKO BOOHS. 17IS rata 71 g SBTBSTBEMTH 8TBBBT. BOOMS. MODERN H009EKJKKPWG. 1601 FCBiriSBXD HOUSKKXXPDiO 1013 BlaeloaBtb otnet. B. X. TWO CONSBCTXNli MODEBJt- MB Taaatr-lbird una. TWO AJMOnriKO EOCSEKEEFISO noa. SIO BIsMotath atraat. TWO LIGHT BOD8BKBBPINO 6S3 Nineteenth, atrect. CaU at BOOMS. traaea erealaca or ai TWO HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS CHBAP. Claaa and warm. MAO per. aatk. 1238 Faartaath4Bd-a-half atraet. ' . MODEBN FUBJT18HBD BOOM. wnx iia FCBmSHED BOUSKEKPHIG BOOMS. 1W4 xmru name. - - H0C8SBBKPING BOOM; CONTBMBHT. BOOMS. MODBBN HODSKKEEP11H3. 11 IS MOOEaUr. WABM HODSKKBOTKG rooaia. 1553 fourth annua. B. W. BUtolt. KICBI.T FURNISHED BOOMS BY DAT or week. Suite 31354 TwenUelb atreet. K. I. 1003. MODERN HOUSEKEEPING BOOM. 1118 Fourth avenae. 0KB OB TWO front rooaia. MODERN B. I. 4413. FUBMSHED LARGE FRONT ROOM FOR TWO. bnakfaat. R- I. 2384. 1224 Flftoeath atreet. HOUSEKEEPING OR SLEEPING ROOM fur one. 1517 Severn naTenue lEE MODERN BOOM IN PRTVATB home far fBDtleman. 2800 Sixth arepue. TBBEB FURNISHED ROOMS. RKFER- ; to coupie. ziiu rutu vwmp FORTY MODERN ROOMS. SOc DAY. 83 and weea. iww j-mww . mm MODEBN BOOM IN PRIVATE FAMILY. R. L 418. ' pysiajtRT.R MODEBN FURNISH H) etoaat baatad room, cloas in. iMutre aids entraaee alter 6 p. at 1 Third avenue. , TWO FURNISHED HOWSKSewSPING rooaia. 03 Second avonue. , NICELY FURNISHED FRONT BOOM FOB gentleman very audern eonvaaiaiea le duauc hot aad eold water lavatory in room and instantaneous beater for bath. One block tram ear. Price ree aoaable. SSS Sarantaanth atraat. MODBBN FURNISHED HOU8EKRSPIXG rooaia No objactioo to children. 1318 secona avenue BOOMS: NICELY FURNISHED ; STRiCT to ajodara. Sis Second avraoa. FOB BENT H0IJ8CS. MODERN EIGHT ROOM HOUSE. IN- qmn 1301 Fourth avenue. HOUSE; NINE ROOMS: MODERN: ON Kijhth avenue and Fortv-lhird street. Phone R. L 4U10X.- WOULD LIKE TO SHARE MY MODERN home with couple. R. L 39S6X. HOUSE ON BILL. EIGHT BOOMS AND . aleepinf porch, modern. Bent reason able. - 1518 Twenty-tint avenue. R. L ax. EIGHT ROOM HOUSE. ALL MODERN. 1044 Fourteenth strert. 845 per month. R. L 251!. FOUR ROOM DUPLEX HOUSE. MODERN except heat. Tweutn street. FIVB ROOM MODERN FURNISHED apartment, downstairs. 1041 Foarteeath-aad-a-half treat. R. I. 4639. HOUSES FOB RENT. A cood house for rent at a rea sonable price is still hard to find, but it is eaar to and food hlaakete. com forts, outins flannel and serca at rea sonable prices and en eaar weekly par menu. Bee George MUliaan. 303 South Putnam Bide, Davenport, hrwa. Over The Baa Hive. FOB BEST IPABTMHTS. FIVE BOOM FLAT. MODERN EXCEPT heat. Inquire Strata's DrUs Store. FIVB ROOM MODERN FLAT. Second otnet. R. L 8751. 736 FOUR BOOM MODERN CORNER APABT- R. L 6460. MODBBN SIX BOOM APARTMENT. R. I. 3750. SIX BOOMS. $20 PER MONTH, at 221 Twentieth atreet. TWO BOOM FUBNISHBD APARTMENT. 16114s Third aveaua. 8TX BOOM MODBBN FLAT WITH OAR as. 860. TweatT-fttth street and Fisiitesalb aeeaaa. CaU B. L zalt. TWO FLATS. 1100 SBVBMTH A VENUS. H. Kate. 708 Barnaul atraat. B. L 8778. nCHASICAL E5GIHSIB, ALL KINDS OF MBCBABTCAX. DetAW lacs Bade. Jlrs and Fixture dtsnulur a ajiiislir. ideas da vela pad. B. H. ' Mirbarlls, Math. Conaitg. Bajr, aesnrl atari with W. X. HeritoU. Patent Attoraay. ue-10 Bast Bus. Fbeaa B. L 7M. AUCTION SALE Of household furniture Thursday Night, Dec 2 At 7 p. m. at 209 Third Avenue, Moline FOB &AU VSCKUAHUtTB. Bxxnie book sbtT lmilat, tn anrisa? IMS ForUoth atraat. XC9T SELL AT OMCE, ALL-AXEBICAM .4Ti aiwa. can Arias. SEVEN STORM WINDOWS IN OOOD - condition, sua of daas SOsSS. Prl : 82 each if take Bat ooce. R. L 8M. - STORK FIXTCBB New aad used, coopntinc si saw, eh trie meat and eoOa rrtxbra mm aliearm. etc C." S. Abel. SI 04 Fearth aveass. R. L 4008 or MM. - HEATING STOVE, GOOD CONDmON. 1801 Thirty -nm atraat. R. L 11MX. FCBXrrUBB OF MINX BOOM KOUSB. vau alter p. m. zaes Filth CHILD'S ALL-WOOL REGULATION dreas. plaited ahirt. never worn, aise 12 or 14. Also lady's costa, perfect Condi. boa. B. J. 6666. BROWN BEBD BABY BUOOT. BBAYXB maS. new. CaU at 1116 TUhleanth , and-a-half nam - LADY'S BLUB SUIT. SIZB 36. R. L 4335. WATER MOTOR WA8HTNO MACHINS. 8. Btvenads eaok etova. 1412 Ftfth. aad-a-half aveaas. COOK STOVE, ALMOST NEW. NINTH id Thirty lourth atreet. A SET OF MINK FURS. ALMOST NEW; alao a nne violia and case, uaad only a few times. Address Violin." care of Artas. MEDIUM SIZE SOFT COAL HEATER, like new. S15. Call B. I. 1087. CARROTS, 81.00 PER BU. 2635 EIGHTB-aad-a-halt avenue. PIAKO. MUST BE MOVES- QUICK. f Party learias dir. B. L 177S. DOLL WIGS. EAR MUFFS, SWITCHES, carls. Tri-Citr Healthatorium 1718 Third avenue. B. I. 775. DARK BLUE CDOTH COAT. BIZX M OB 40. B. 1. 3703K. r HONEY. PUBB EXTRACTED, SOc LB. Brine containers. Delivery Saturday afternoons, No Sunday aales. 1428 Thirty-first atreet. B. L 1W7K. THREE WORK HORSES. A. D. HUEa iac 100 Fourteenth atreet. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. ALSO ONE HEAT lns and one cook atove. 628 Forty aacond atreet. UNCALLED FOR SUITS. 2,000 SUITS, overcoate and arris io cosla. AU tailor made and alightly used. We will sell them at a treat bargain. B. I. Tail en and Cleaners. 1S22 Third avenue. WASTED SALESJfEX. THE AMERICAN ART WORKS. COSHOC ton, Ohio, reeognied leaders in specialty advertising, the fastest growing branch of the whole advertising he'd, have a few desirable territories avail able for high grade, exijerienced aaieamen. Con tracta now ready for our 34th aales year, which oins Dec. 27. Lhjk.i1 commissions, weekly remUtnm. We manufacture and control tx'1 iiravelj a complete line ol art calendars, com. BMreial calendars, monthly advertising service, an'i a vide rsuge ot sttraclive quick selling specialties in cellut'iid and leather. Can aasure rermamnt year around employment with steady pro gress to man of energy, ambition, aad ability, backed by real selling experi ence. References required. Look us up in Duns or Bradstreeta. and if satisfied write us at once, giving age. experlaoos and references, first letter. The Amer ican Art Works, Coshoctoo. Ohio. BICYCLES A5D SOTOBCTCLES. TIMES (ALL MAK8BI. AOCKSSOaUJM asowrcTcies. autoa: aea lete. 837 .56 (ail caiere). 115 Aast Third atreet. 308-4-6-8 Beat Second street, Davenport, sow a. rred arr SuDpur VT ANTE P-fTT ATI Q " S. BELGIAN GIBL WOULD IJKK TO As sist with housework. Address W. G. care Arras. PRACTICAL NURSING. MATERNITY caeea preferred. ' 5009Y. BOY 17 YEARS OLD WOULD LIKE Mis cellaneous work. Call R. I. 6227. LAW CLERK SEEKS LAW OFFICE work. Address 81. care Argus. A HIGH SCHOOL BOY OYBB IS YEARS at age wishes work after aehool boon and oa Saturdays. Phone B. L 8857K. PERSONAL. WIDOW (AGB 40) .WANTS TO MEET senoos man eboal same aaa. Address "40," can Arras. APPLES We have New York Baldwins $l0 per bushel, $L60 delivered. Open all week aad Sun day, 910 Eighth ave nue. R. L 4183. FOR SALE .Good shipment of northern Ohio potatoes; alao white stock. Also carload of apples. METER c HAMMER. Farxterly the Colra Office. IStt St Fhone 8(9. Ruta- Ob LD3ERTY BONDS ' Bought and Sold B. M. JONES 1609 Second Ave. FOB MlLHAVtOMOmM. BCKK LIGHT SIX. FTVX PAMBNOBB losnag. jutor la exesila Wul itemaaatrato. . 8700 XB8BL 1 TON TBtJCB. USED BUT vwny niua wtta exoepUonally tow, cash or turns pay meat far laiaMrkste sale. Kiaesl Kar aales Co, 324 West Fourth -A. FIVE BOOM XODBBS FLAT. 735 J a. I. 2761. FORD TOURING. NEW SET OF TIKR8, 8125. 2807 Fifth aveaua. 1820 CHEVROLET. LIKE NEW; IBIS Saxon roadster, elactncally equrppad. . B. I. 1064. BBO 6. SEVEN PASSENGER TOUB1NO ear: alao Chaadier four chummy. Don aalee Oa. FOBD ONE-TON. TRUCK. PNEUMATIC Urea, express body with canopy lop aad cab. New last March. 1920 B. L 6554. DENATURED ALCOHOL. XON-FBBEZIXG) for waterooied motor. 8110 gallon. 81 .00 gallon in Ave gallon quantity. L. R- Mans Co, 101 NtoeUsnth atreet. city. TWO FOBD TOURINO. FOBD CHAMIB, Melioa Knight roadster. Chaodier to dan. Overland touring aad three ears aiast so at 313 MY MODEL 80 OVERLAND TOUBINO car. Driven baa than 5,000 Bought aaw last year. It sol week. 87 AO. X. L 3816. 1817 CXEVBOLKT. OOMPLKTSLY OVKB haaied; la am daas coarilUoa. B L 2448. 6TUTS BOADSTBaV GOOD CONDITIO9; wiu aau mean u taaaa as one . B. I. 878. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE TO ROOM and board with aged couple. Must be does in. Call R. X. 5227. WORK BY THE DAY OB WEEK BY competent woman. B. I, 6609Y. PIANOS. PHONOGRAPHS AND FUBNI tun polished and refinisbed. R. L. 1415Y. or call at 222 Ninth street. STORM DOORS. WINDOWS. FURNITURE, general repairing. W. M. Tatmaa, 1814 Fourth avenue. With Whitney Music Shop. NEW SYSTEM OF DIGGING WELLS. Good work. CaU Carl Young. Dav enport 8383W or 2302 Greenwood avo nue. KODAK FINISHING. PYRO DEVELOP ing, Velox prinla. Bring or mail your Sims to 0. W. Zaae. 2502 Fifth avenue. Rock Island. GENERAL AUCTIONEER H. Hedrick. 224 Thirteenth street. STORM DOORS AND STORM WINDOWS inswlled; repairing and cabinet work of all " Kinds, and repairing of furniture. Prompt semes. Claude W. Deaa. B. I. 5227. LET ME GIVE YOU AN ESTIMATE TOR scraping your old floors. Parquetry aad hardwood floors layed and ecrapad. W. Kupper. R. I. 47K8. PHONOGRAPHS REPAIRED. W. Whitney. 1814 Fourth avenue. a 1 HEMSTITCH SHOP. 400 BEST Bldr will pleat akirta any style lor 31.00. Buttons made. at. J zuze. HEMSTITCHING. TAILOR-MADE eiUc crepe, ele . 10c: cotton, linen. Sc. We furnish thread. Buttons covered. Fur coats aad sets relined and remodeled. Taiior-oude euite. coats, dresses, in dividual styles. AU work guaranteed at reaaonaoHi peaces, ss. . mw. Tailor. 1807 ueeimd Ave. R. I. 1640. PHONOGRAPH. CLOCK REPAIRING AbD cteaamg. R. 1. 2378. 41S bmhMrret. CALL B. L 2114 WHEN Y0UB WINDOW glass la btokea. Mirrors iwaUveraa. BETHAN1I HOME WANTS BUGS. Wild. WINDOW SHADES: CALL at. 1. 81 FOB wladow ahadee at ell kinds. Wo aast revera end deaa old ahadee. B. I Shade Co. 1517 1-3 BUSDIESS 0PP0ETU51TTES. A FINB ROOMING HOUSE: 11 ROOMS; hot water heat. Located dose in. Can be bought at a bargain on eaay terms. E. A B.. Realtors. 14 State Bank Bldg. WANTED: MONEY. SEVERAL CLIENTS need money. Best real estate values aa security for first mortgage. Can get you 7 per cent oa three or five year loans. Transactions confidential. 408 Safety Bldg. FOB SALE FARM LANDS. NEW YORK FARMS. WONDERFUL bargains. Catalog free. Send immed iately. Buffalo Farm Exchange, Buffalo, New Yor. SIX MILES FROM MOLINE, 20 ACRE farm, eix room house. 10x50 chicken house, barn, lots of fruit, good well, other things too numerous to mention Call at building ooeapied by the Union office. Eighteenth street, between Second aad laird avenues. R. L 861-4. A. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE PBBPAXXD OX eonlteoed to data eascsiwl ear real ae tata la the county. Itaaail aad aeearatt atrrtee at reasonable ratee. Booh In land Title A Abstract Conn any: W. A sue-zia was A WANTEP TO BUT. FLOOR CASE. 8 TO 8 FEET IN LENGTH. R. 1. 4210. WINTER TOP FOB FORD TOURING CAB. CaU R. L 4879 after 6 p. m. FOR CASH. A SECOND HAND SQUARE body, top buggy. What have you! What pneer Muggj. cai OBED CASH REGISTER IN GOOD WOBX . log order. Rock Island Salvage Co. 210 Seventeenth atfeet- HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MiiN'S old suits, cosla. panto. Tel. X. L 831. ALL KJNDB OF FCBN1TURB AND Bast pnesa nsai. ncraar anss 2118 Fourth evenaa. Bock fob Buxirt nonm. XWBT BCMCsJBBbT" BOTJSX. 1213 PsBTtoiath aad e kalf seres I. Beaasaable prtos aad vesw eeaF aarsas te laaaaa atbat party. X. A. aTaat, ELEVEN BOOM. aTBaCTLT MODBBN . aaa asaka SoOS to 8700 PrUrseeoBae 33 LOTS. PAKIDON BBO.X ADDITION. TblitsSfta ssaaat. Twennath avwaua. Tkrty-amth sliest. Nlaetoaath eveana. 8 aa sane is sk a. aaae er ii FIVE BOOM MODEBN BOOSE, Tweaty-tatrd aveaaa, Maiksa. 8348 COBTBACTOBS ABB BCTLBBS. CONTBACTOB AND BDTLDBB. BRPA1R ing and cabiaat worsT of all kteda. Precept Barries. Claude W. Deaa. B. L 6327. FBBD MBCXXU CnMTBACTOR AMD bandar. Ail ktods af baildlng sad le- Ew work at lew ariose. Phoae B. I 18. 153 Twsate Ihlrd aveaaa. J. 8. BONCE BoOduMI aad repair won at all kxede. Tatimstos gladly fuadaaed. B. L ASM. LEAVE ORDERS . For Coal Valley Coal at 559 Twenty-third Street For Immediate Delivery. The Day in Radium Stolen Lost, strared or stolen! One tube of radium, 24.94 milligrams in weight, value $3,000. Return to University hospital, Iowa City, Iowa. Such would be the want-ad that the university authori ties would insert it they took to advertising for the ingnitesmal but valuable splinter that disappeared from the University of Iowa hos pital Wednesday. A complete search for the missing atom bu been made, but so far success has not crowned the efforts of the sci entists. The radium was contain ed in a glass tube 10.35 millimeters in length, which was Incased In a silver tube, which was in turn cov ered by a metal casing. The entire casing was placed in a small rub ber Jacket when placed Hear a wound as for cancer treatment, Fir Scares. Family to Street- Fire wbictr broke out in the base ment of the Charles Dohrn grocery, 1343-1345 West Locust street, early Saturday morning, drove the Dohrn family of four into the street in their night clothing, and damaged the store and stock to the extent of between $4,000 and $5,000. Dohrn, who lives in the flat above the store, was awakened at 2 a. m., choking from the effect of smoke which was curling up through the furnace stacks into te rooms above. Arous- IU 1119 W1XC, UUUIU 1SJI Ul Bfc I WiU down the hall and awakened his two children. Battery Hikes Plans for a hike to Eldridge on Saturday and Sun day next week, have been completed by the officers of the local artillery i unit The guardsmen are scheduled to leave the Armory on Brady street road at 1 o'clock Saturday, and return Sunday evening. The boys will bunk is a steam heated garage Saturday night The young people of Eldridge are planning a dance for the members of the unit In the Turner hall Saturday eve ning. Sunday a barbecue dinner will be served. SeaUi Record Mrs. O'Neal, who resided at 2507 Pershing avenue for a number of years and who was well known in that vicinity as "Mother O'Neal " died at her home in Chicago Tuesday, according to word received by friends in this city. The funeral was hetd Thurs day, burial taking place at East Greenwood, Ohio. Word has been received by 3. 0. Hileman, 1426 Pershing avenue, of the death of his mother, Mrs. Mary Ann Hileman which occurred at her home la St Anthony, Idaho, Fri day. The remains will be brought to LeClaire where funeral services will be held Wednesday. ... asatlli tbnatbairl. latorter Snlshirl yellow pane, belli la book ease aad chtoe ejeasfc etotaaa ebato-Uvatorhw to "wSSrSbawjr vam'ist aad bMXbtIiIi iil atean. res utK-tm FBeFtzrl AU. MCCaBaXt; fJftTt lwAa aftawawl 8)s9ewaBVq JKsVwFwt Ike .seat. . - X. B. IwaV FLAT, CENT KB - ill'I, TWT " 8TOXX FOUB BOOM HOTJSX OX BTLL. PAXTLT aaidera. Larae tat. See ewaar at 3110 k Fifth avenue. -. j i TJFHOLSTIBnia. smavwrss awwiraiwa awn me. mr. retlmslaa giesuy rnrsnese vast M. L 2074. M U. JHUBBO. filth harvey crude:;; j 10,000 shares naj put 14c Per Share j. fiacisAR 141 Portr-nfth street. Book ladxatt R. L 4482 SALESMAN eBBBBBBBB - I ' Getrtleman with good refoTaneM Bell Victroiaa. Aritomobile .fur nished. Rosa season Jxst staTttxs; aad good salary guanntsjed. Pefm nent position to the right man. Prev ious experience in this linenot ea sential. An unusual opportanlty. Address application la own wrtttnr; to our Rock Island office. NORBERO MTJSIO BOTJSB - ?" Davenport Mrs. Sarah L Key, a reaWleni of Davenport for the past six years, died at her home, 910 Warren, street , Friday evening after an extended illness. Mrs. Ney was formerly Miss Sarah Suiter and was born at LeClaire, Iowa, Oct, 20, 18(1. She was married to Frank D. Ney, Oct, 30. 1890. Her 8X16 Peart Werk Mlsa Oaa- sie Bush attempted to work the old credit game on the People's store. 310 West Second street, for a new dress for a dollar, but her plan fail ed wben the suspicious clerk wax unable to verity her statements. Police were called and Gussie wax taken to the station. Mias Bush decided that she could get a good dress at the store, if she only could . convince the management that she 1 was working. She knew the store was in the habit of giving credit , along the line ot "dollar down and dollar a week." Thief to Reform Seaewl-Raymond Weeks, age 15, who la com pany with an older brother, Vernox Weeks, and a friend, Thomas Strange, stole three automobiles off the streets of Davenport last week, intending to sell them to a "fence la Kansas City for $100 each, was sentenced to the State Industrial school at Eldora by Judge F. D. Letts, in Juvenile court, Saturday. i SeD SrQOO Peaens Penxfl day of the Lend-a-Hand club was a derided success. AU ot the 6,000 pencils' , which had been secured were sold and over $560 were realised. This money is to be used for the club fund and will be placed In Its treasury. While the older girls ot the dub, working with Miss Anetta Rodler, girls' secretary of the club. ' directed the drive with Mrs. J. J. Reimmers as chairman, much of its success is due to the efforts of the Marin Scouts. , r Pleads GsJlty Mrs. Elsie Tracey, alias Emma Coleman, of Maquoketa, pleaded guilty before Judge F. D. Letts In equity court to larceny of Jewelry and was fined $50 and sen tenced to three months in the coun ty Jail early Saturday. The Jail sentence was suspended and the woman paroled to her sister, Beulah Stowers of Maquoketa. Marriare IJeeies Clarke T. Coleman and Blanche Garrison, both of Muscatine, Iowa; Richard Reschke, Geneseo, 111., and Gene vieve Carlson, Chicago; Thomas Whitehead and Loretta Chenoweth. both of Clinton, Iowa; Joseph C, Wolson, Wilkeabarre, Pa., aad Bs telle Mundell, Davenport; Otto Stoltenberg and Emma V. Spencer, both of Bettendorf, Iowa. iiinan, two aaia an a is. am leans, pay tac eboal 15. Fries for akar msae 8A.808. wiU asUolatng tot of 1 1 asV ilOvOOO. Oaak er torses. SO Vkwaty. FTVX BOOM MODEBN BUNGALOW. AT- eUy."TaU at 1114 Flgblssafb sad a i kalf avaaua. . 1 !