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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, T912.
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Argus Branch Offices
For the acnommcdattun of Its patron
In various parts or the city, The Argue
baa eetabllshed a, system of brancn of
fices, where subscriptions and want ad
vertising may be racalvad end any in
formation left that may pertain to any
department nf the paper, r.ews or busi
ness. It la also planned to have at each
of these branch offices every evening a
supply of copies of The Argui of the
day, ao that any aubacrlber who may
have failed under any circumstances to
receive l.la paper, will ba supplied free
The Argua chain of branch efflcss
Includes tne following:
J. J. Klpp's notion store. 4685 Fifth
H. . Howe's pharmacy, 4111 Four
P.less' drug atora, Twenty-seventh
Street. Seventh avenue
Ullemeyer'e drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth s'reet.
Oorge W. Mllhouse. eonfectlonery.
IC4 Fourth avei.ue.
Mrs. London's notion atora. Seventh
Street Fourteenth avenue
Halmbeck'a pharmacy, 8X1 Third ave
nue Sengers grocery, Ifl Eleventh
Rodert drug atora. Thirtieth atreet
and Fifth avenue.
Coii ere pharmacy. Seventh avenue
and Thirty-eighth atreet.
Olson grooery. Thirteenth avenue and
Btelner drug atora. oorner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street
FOR RE XT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms;
117 Sixteenth atreet
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping at 207 Third street
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for
gentleman only, at 1827 bixth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooma
for llxat housekeeping at 2716 Fifth
FOR RENT Furnished modern rooms
at 17m4 Fifth avenue; gentlemen pre
ferred. FOR RENT Furntehed room, with
loard; modern home; at UK Btcmd
FOR JiENT Two modern furnished
ro'ms fur light housekeeping at Huti
.i .ii a er. ue.
I'Olt KENT Furnished rooma for light i
tmu'-.m eplr.jr: sewer and gas, at 0i i
1 u'lrwi avenue. '
1 OR RENT Furnished1 room for light -iijuKtkerr,nKi
on I.rst f oor, at ii'i
TwenMi-iu street I
FR RENT Two or three unfurnished
modern ronn.s Apply at 110 I our-ttrrilh-and-a-tialf
F"iR RENT Three modern rooms
llaht hous' keepina . J116 Eleventh
enue I hone went 1K1-X.
F')K KENT Frr.t room, modern, pri
vate, family: Tw-vnty-socund
street. l'hoiie e ,t 2"4
Nl'.ely furnished front
room .wl'h all modern convenlencee,
at V32 bt v enteei.th ktrr.et.
J'OK RENT Modern firnfhd fr.-nt
room ,uli sing le room, ut '!i4T i;:xrhiu
! lie. I'lr-ue west JUL.
l'"lt KENT Newly furnished south
i '.''in.. ni'"!rrn. Hteuin Leu. ri-u-'iiuUc;
i ni i'liirrt avenue, flul No 4
J till KENT M'.dtni f'lrnlr'iel front
loom, eu.tuble f r two. "II 'l ueuiy
tin:lii mini l'l i.M wist litis.
1 "I! RENT Fin nlhe i room
IV'-.t :"';.'U.ec ig . 120 Four?
! i.i? - II - 1 1 lit at i c. t pn , 4 -I - "j
J CK K F NT - Modern fun. lei. ed rooms,
sultlible for llut.t huti-ek. null .t
ll'.'l Fourtt'eiiln-iir.d-a-liiilf nireet. !
It'll KKNT riirnlshrd rooms, bus,'
l.eth .not Water t i at. etc. Oppou
court boi:se. 217 l"ifiifrith street.
1' It KKNT Modern furnished room;
i. i"t oaMn, fo ir i im lii troni l i.i
l.'i!i lilntrict: 7 1s I li n' eet.t h fctreet
Ft 'K It EN 1' I 'wo or
i-.iilieii r-Mur.K for
lit 1 I '-it 1 out te till
Icl-.. - i.i. if t. eel. :
Ft'R RENT A laijte furnlehrd front
r iom. al ni'v."rii ro.ii ban.neKS i en- ;
I.r. o.. i.if ptitillc lnr.iry, 412 Nine-;
F'.'K KE.sr Furnial.ed large front:
room, ctrlct.y n,ideriv s.ntale lor
r phone i, ad buih, at i-Jii :
nt -lonrth street
KENT Two mo.lern f ut r.ishnl
r 'on s for light noustkei p:ng at : :
Tni t'.rst street Parlies wn:i
i i.li'lreu n ed not apply.
Ft'K KENT Two nicely
liout rooms, wii'i an modern
1. n. e. In I. rival, rimlli: nnt'.Mmeni
,.,t..i ,,, ii, . "-..r.,
I'i K KENT Iitge well furnished
eo.ua rivm; hot water. te'."pn",,e .
ne or to gentlemen. i p r week.
S-,"i Fifteenth street 1 hone 133. !
Fi'K RENT Four unfurnisued rooms.'
optitair. also oil" large furnished
ir.'i.i rot.ni:. downstairs, suitable for1
gentlemen, at Mi3 Twentieth s reet.
FOK KENT Modern furnished rooms, i
aoo T.aueisfeld Steam laundiy. 1
IMI'l Third aenuc. tail between 10 I
a m. r.nd 1 Jo p. in. and 8 30 to 3u.
FoK P.FNT A well furnished room;!
Lot ami cold water, lavatory lu rwom. !
le. t: .c light lath, and use of phone, 1
l i ( .'. . k from toard. Inquire 9j
FOR KENT Two rooms for housrkeeo -
.. n.w.y furi.ui.ej. e-eetrlo i.gnt.
gas. ft eih . also large modern front
loum. cri.lra.lv located. l'hone n est
Hi'jti, err 14u Fourtn aveuue.
FOR KENT Two or tr.ree neatly fur-
i. sited rooir.i lor light houket 'plug. I
wi.h gas. a. so fror.t room dowatiirH.
aitd a.ecplr.g room. to gentleman
or.iy; 644 Twenty-fourth etreet .
FOR KENT i -are's, comfortable, all
modern room in private home; good,
qu.et neighborhood, cool and ahady;
10 rhiaiien in Louse. Apply :
Tarti?) -aeond atreet Phone west
IX R KENT Fvrnlsted rooms or fur
iosi. ed suite of five rooms. Including
pantry a:.d kitchen, gaa stove, hot
water, furnace; near tllm and Lor.g
View cr llae. Inquire SC' Thir
teenth avenue, or phone west f 43-L,
All the news ail the Umv Tte Aram a.
Cement fillings ... v.,
Mitchell & lynJc BuiId!nJ,
over ttate back.
17th St. sod 2d Arc.
run KJV.- I M UULI WASTTED MALB KELT. FOR SALE CITT PROPERTY. rOB SALE KICKI4AXEOVl umsvreai. LOST AJTO rOCTX
FOR RENT Six-room strictly modrn ;
house at 1410 Twelfth atreet. Inquire:
llf Twelfth street.
FOR RFTrT Modern eight-room house
at 1216 Twelftn etreet For partic
ulars call north 1133-L.
FOR RENT Modem home. 1109 Second
avenue. Apply Connelly & Connelly,
People's Bank building.
FOR RENT Modern elght-roora dou- I
tie house at 102 Seventeenth atreet.
Itqulre at 1535 Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT A aeven-room house, with
fas ngrt and bath, centrally located.
nquire Hi Nineteenth street WiU be
vacant by Oct 8.
FOR RENT Modern eight-room house;
hot water heat .electric light, gas. at
711 Twenty-fourth street. For fur
ther partlculara, call west S35-X.
FOR RENT Nine-room house, with all
modern oonvenlcnoea, at ia20 Sev
enth avenue. Inquire 1516 Twenty
eighth atreet Phone west I798-T.
FOR RENT Modern eeven-room house,
centrally looated: modern flat and
modern rooms for light housekeep
ing. Calling Third avenue, or west
FOR RZKT A house of six rooms, with
modern conveniences, at (21 Twelfth
atreet; rent. 116 per month. Apply
600 Seventeenth atreet Phone west
FOR RENT Part of my house, con
sisting of five large rooms; strictly
modern; separate batn; located ill
Twentieth street: rent 125; possession
Oct 1. Inquire at residence.
FOR RELIT FntATB,
FOR RENT Two five-room flats; Koo-
ter building, opposite Hoik Island
oaesenger depot Phone we.sl 2ik-L.
FOR RENT Modern flat four rooma
ani bath, at 1111 Third avenue;
referencea required. Ruventield apart
ments. FOR RENT Furnished apartment fonr
rooms and bath; references required.
Rosenfield apartment. 1 5 1 1 V Third
FOR RENT Flat of five rooms; bath.
fas and eloctrlo light: ti.lrd floor;
17 per month; Ills Fifth-and-a-half
avenue. Mrs. Walker.
FOR RENT Four-room Tat; gas stove,
electric light and city water: 2716
ElKnth-anj-a-half bvenue. Inquire
illh Seventh avenue, or piione obT-X.
FOll REVT MISCELLAXBOl'S.
FOR RilNT Large barn;
I Full RENT Htesrn heated store room '
f at 1KL'2 Third avenue: iioswt'Hii in llct. ;
1. Inquire at the IHiikslee studio . '
FOK RENT A fire steam heated store
routn, 15L- T lr'i ureriue; tHseion
fx-t, 1 J.
Stewart. 316 Safety
' FOH RENT Two office rooms, with all
I mfrn conveniences, suitable as a
an'-tori o(rice. A,ip.y at I litmeyera
druif store. 524 sixteenth st'eet
hi. is.- i.t
t 14 j
Oct. 1 Wl'l
P 1 i; r n
1'ir it jew
(line U il y II r.
I FOR ItMNT Ot'Ue rooms, s-.-ond f.oor.
at l:.ii eonii avenue; front rooma;
opposite new posU'tiice. haif block
fri'tn i inirt liou-. li.-rnre In bulid
liig. of Illinois oil cmtiiiny.
A!1 EI UlSf'KI t.AUKCt S.
WA.Vl'KI' To I. lie
ft t e.
Meuil; ii ; it'pl.v
v o i k .
2 1 u Third av
WANTKD To ren'. l:v.-roin
coitaire. rrn: rally located.
1 :". 3 4 Twenty -sixth f ire. 1
lire.-!, ' E. I
A i K
- Hi ."i i li . r ar.'l roomers or
.arders at .'-'" I'wi nt -second
eiooU rirnic eok:nK-
i ,1.1- bi
W ANTED -To rent. four. I . e or fix-
r- om mo.lern lcii-.e; !an':ilv of t a o. :
Adlic:i "lloiie." care Artt'JS J
WANTED - S veu-mom h
in vl u.ii or Ko k 1.--,.
t. 1; - ."i Nltitii a
iiif e, modern. '
..i dpot. b,
. -M 'iiiv. 1)1. ,
W.' NT ED Iice curtain to launder; , WANTED Two dining room girls at
work receive rare! .! attention. Mrs. t! I 'elinon.co ren'aur.int. corner Slx
Mager. Xfiv Seventh avenue. Phone i i. .r:'n street and Fourth avenue.
H ANTED-Hoorn end board, by Oct. 1,
I y u.ui'rled c cpie, in waiKir.g ois
iii.n of postoiRce builaing l'hone
v..r; " T. ,mr ,, ,.,rni.A
lu" ,,Jr " ii" "'f- ...,,o
' tix blocks of bevenw: avenue
jf Severn r:
Tweuty-tri'.rd street Address
WANTED To rent Oct. 16 or Nov. 1,
by responsible person without chil
dren, an e.ght-room f-rr.'-i-hed house;
must be mouirn and In beet location.
Address "R. S. M.." care Argus.
w A ,M tu io ouy. new ana secunu
hand gocds. stoves, furniture, carpet.",
eic. aiso cast-orr nouMr.j, bats.;
shoes, etc.; 1 pay hianeai prices; wl.l
buy. eil or trade untr. lc ol value. .
S. Fryer'a Second Hand store, 165 I
Scond avenue, pnone west Hi. I.
rP.OFESMOVAL ATTonSiKY S.
'JACKSON. HlHiT & STAFFORD At
I torney-at-la w. Ofrlce in Rock island
I National Lar.k building
SlARI.S & MARSHALL Lawyera
lionc) to loau iu good rea, estate
ecvui.iy. Room?. v2 and 8u3 a.lety
building. Ruck Island, 111
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business, corporation,
probate and res: estate law; 311 Peo
ple's back bu.idlng. phone west iii.
WALK Eli. INGRAM SWEENEY At
tornea and ooar.se, ors at law. Money
to loan cn real estate. Rooma ioo
JjJ. People's National bank balid.ng.
McNlRY A McEXIRY Attorceys-at-law.
Loan money on good aecurity;
make collections. References. Mitch
til A ljr.de. banker a omce. Mitcce.1
M I S CEL. A Jl 8sor 9.
CA-SH raid for ladies' and men a old
oiothl; g. carpets, rugs. etc. Phone!
LET rross do vour taMrtirnn.- is
nts'-'roS? wL"r.ri't s'le1!
roll and up: 808 Twenty-fourth atreet
IF TOU WANT to buy. eelL trade or I
rent anything, engage hs.o or aecura
H. HEokiCK iescrsi aucc-oneer AL
kinds cf mercfiandn at.d Household
gooos aucticned at your hue. Res
idence, itl'i Twentieta street Fuu-t
Tl, ".sli la' "ffa that do ! WILL BOND XCU-ZeeuWrr ad-
m, i',,? 1J X' -rii ,i! mlrdstrators . guardians , trustees' or
1 "re opSur. and L!..i Journal ", 2 3 jd,c bocd;
! cTadva'netw.tape "f. "S&'
! SournaIeaiC5nrill.e,arla7 tI?'?!..? C?
Journal. MOns. LU. Uc4 rMlAtt B1lrfrt. Fidelity A
WANTED Bellboys at Hotel Haras,
WANTED A porter at 1500 Second ave
nue. WANTED Ten tinners, at once; Willis
Sons company, Moline.
WANTED Boy with good references,
over 1 yea.rs old. Mosenfeider &
WANTED A teamster an ta-i
r.aiij.r.g roal: UfdUjr work. E.
kowu, 1401 Second avenue.
WANTED Polishers and buffers; Rock
Island Manufacturing company. Four
teenth avenue and Second street
WANTED Drill hands, also tool mak
er, at Rock Island Manufacturing
company. Fourteenth avenue aud Sec
WANTED At once, young men by
Rock Island lines news service. Ap
ply J. J. Grler news stand. Rock la
WANTED A few first class black
amlths; permanent job to right men.
Apply Freeport Carriage company,
WANTED Salesman for palnta. autos.
inuoue on ana specialties; excellent
Inducements. The Middle Statea Oil
company. Cleveland. Ohio.
WANTED Fifteen laborers at TJ. 8.
boatyard, Milan, 111.; wagea. $1.76 per
day of eight bonira: chances good for
advancement Apply at canal bridge
WANTED Men and boya to work in
machine shop; boys must be over 18.
Grlswold Manufacturing company.
Fifth avenue and Fortieth atreet
WANTED Tlnnera for ahop. and good
general mechanics, to Install planta In
Illinois, Iric'irtr.a and Ohio Smith Sys
tem Heating company. 1610 Firat av
enue. Rock Island.
WANTED 100 steady men, for all winter
work; men who are looking for a
good Job. with top-notch wlges. In
quire Tri-Clty Business Exchange,
114 Best building, or phono went 1036.
WANTED Deputies to represent the
Yeomen of America In Rock Island
and Mollne; splendid opportunity for
a hustler. Address E. L. Kelly, dis
trict .nauager. 243 East Main atreet,
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; light, clean work: an army of
our graduates now running shops; be
one o? them; wairea while learning;
tools given; catalogue mailed free.
Mukr Uarber college. Chicago, 111.
wA.fTrcn FBVAa.n kblp.
WANTED Girl to do gen ral house-
work. Phone west 3:U.
WANTED A maid at Rock Island
lioue Apply at offiG.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at 1:',24 Ninth avenue.
-Clrl to do general
f:'7 rCle-venth' ureut.
WANT!"?1 ''! for eecond w..rk. Ap
ply 2-'-a Seventh avenue. Phone we3t
WANTED Gir'.a; apply Crecent Mac.
Hi'M.i A rYackcr company, Davenport,
WANT::!) foinp-tent girl to do gen- j
eral I ". isework. Puoite west i'jL, I
WA NTKD A a-lrl to do genera! house-
Fifth avenue. Phone ,
W ANTED li'rl or widow to do office
work Adorers, with particulars. "K.
1.." care Aryis.
WANTED A o iT.pr cirl to assist with
Kei.er.il lio.isew o. u , small family; i
l.rj l'::i:i Mrtet.
WANTED Coir.petent girl to do gen-
i ral bo.iscu ork : no
ashing; at 741
WA.NTEIi- Oood girl or woman to do
general ho.swork: goid wutfcs. In
qulre -3'i Fifth avenue.
WANTED Kellal.V. exr erier.ced girl to
iio - I : r r, 1 hioi.-owoik; (;oii waKes.
tl3 Twenty-third nr'i t.
i WANTED A seamstress, one who can
handle trade Apply at ttie Peoples
siore. ii4 Fifteenth striet, Moiine.
WANTED Oirl or wrrman to do gen
eral housework, family of two. . at
r Z'i Twenty-first street. l'hone west
W ANTED Two ladles with some bus-
ine.c experience, to call on trade.
Apply at once. People's store, 319
WANTED A young girl to assist with
I gilt housework and rare for cnil
dien. Call at 2522 Eirhth avenue.
j WANTED An experienced girl to do
. . r.i huusewoi k In larr.llv of three
oi'own pr."or.is: Id a ween; r.o wash- :
ing: at 1018 Nineteenth atreet Phone
WANTED Lady canvassers. Mollne and
Koi k Island, guaranteed salary and
street car fare. ' all betwten 7 and S
p. in , a: 1605 S Third avenue, Moline,
WANTED House cleaning or Ironing,
sweeping or general cleaning. Send
card to 311 Tenth street
WANTED Position as bookkeeper bjr
young man with best of habits, ex
perienced, and can give referencea;
desires to locate in trl-cilica. Address
' E R. M.." care Argua.
WAV TED XtlE OR FEU ALAS.
WANTED Waitresses or alters at
Colonial hotel. Monmouth. Ill, wagea
820 per noiiui.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
Insurance. Loans a specialty. eat
hre oc m panic repreaented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phones waat IX. aod
new 172. Office at court hoaaa.
! BENNETTS Iciuraara Agency Fire.
l"t tflth ad plate, glasa;
real estate and loans. Second floor.
fcefety building' ufice phone, west
Hi Residence phone ?2-K. Opes
Wednesday and Saturday evenlnga
Lepoe'.t oottpacy of Maryland.
EENRY OAETHJE Proprietor Ctlp
piancock nursery. Cut flowers and
fieelxr-s of ail kinds City store, law!
swots avaaae. peace Uil. '
FOR BALE Almost new alx-hole eteel
range with gas attachment; burns
eitner coal or wood. Inquire at HIS
FOR SALE Lots In Island View Heights
addition; finest in the city; ask for
prleee and terms. C, S. McDonieL 601
Safety building. Rock Island.
FOR SAL'S Eight-room modem house,
half block from two car lines, at
Z38 Fn'th-and-a-half avenue. In
quire at 228 Fiith-and-a-half ave
nue. FOR RALE Lots in Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh etreet and Fifteenth
avenue; payments 86 per uotith.
Call 1700 Sixth aireet. Old pUo a
FOR SALE Four-room cottage, with
nve-aore truck farm, well and cla
tern. good pcrultry house. In South
Rock Island. J. B. EUls, Ninth street
South Hock Island.
FOR SALE Seven-room house; cellar,
good well, city water, wer, with
three acres; sis level lots; for S1.700.
One block from Elm atreet car. In
quire 12u0 Thirty-fifth atreet
FOH SALE Seven-room house, with
2V aurea of ground, with well and
elstern; located ona blook from car
line; will sacrifice if Bold before Sept
80. Addresa "S. (3. S.." care Argua
FOR BALE A elx-room partly modem
house In Milan; lot 60x140; barn end
ohlcken house; 12 per cent Invest
ment; easy terma; tLla Is a bargain.
Call at 210 Safety bulldtng. Phone
FOR SALE At a bargain If taken this
fall, eight-room house, with bath, gas
and hot water heat; 80-foot corner
lot; would consider small property In
exchange. William Schaarinan Agen
cy, 1714 ft Second avenue.
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
soifeh of Aiken street between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; t2i down, balance In five
years. i. W. Robinson, 1464 Rich
mond street Phone weat 1185-K.
FOR SALE At a Bargain it taken at
once, a modern eight-room house,
centrally located and near all car
lines; hot water heat gas. electric
light; lot 60x140. For particulars ad
dre "Y.," car Argua, or call west
FOR SALE: Cosy two-room cottage at
Thirteenth avenue and Second street;
handy to oil cloth works, near car
line; suitable for anyone who wants
to own home; easy payments. For
particulars, call L. L. Weld, west 140,
before 4 p. m.
FOR SALE Practically new modern
eight-room house in South Heights;
three lota, garage, and chicken house;
three blocks from Long View park;
five minutes-' walk from Long View
or Wall h Tower cars; fine view of
river. Phone west 1150.
FOR SALE One of those splendid
homes on Second avenue, about Elev
enth Btreet; it has been built only
about 15 years .and lias hot water
In at, electric light gas. and polished
oak floors upstairs and down, has
beautiful fireplace .two stairs, and is
rlht np-to-dato; very reasonable
price, as owner is leaving city. II. K.
Walker, agent., Robinson building.
FOR SAI.E1 LANDS.
FOR RALE Four good Improved farms
l:i V icor.!iii .each one a bargain. If
interested, see V. L. Tallman, :Rock
FOR SALlil Good 450-acre stock farm,
located t'.ve miles from Milan; also an
fc"-a.cre farm fo ;r miles from Milan.
Vi- j .v.ited, Milan. 111.
FOR SALE 4on-acre Improved farm In
M.-rcer county, ill. inquire tr write
F. E. Lon.lo.uist. 2"22 Fourteenth-und-a-l
alf .-tiet. Mollne, 111.
FOR EALlv 160
acres intproved farm,
tiir-e mi:es from l.inio
Call or write F. K. Linulu uist.
! oui leenth-und-a-lialf street Aloline,
I FOR SALE At reasonable" price, a 120
ere farm, two iuile4 riorth and one-
half mile west eii Taylor Ridge; good
improvements. Auure.-s Mrs. Martha
McAfee. t10 Thirteenth avenue.
FOR .SALE Eighty acres unimproved nois. deceased, hereby gives notice that
land In (Turk county, Wlscineiii ; ' he will appear betore the Hon. Kenja-g-.'id
road; only two miles to town, j ntln Hell. Judge of the probate court of
lor pri e and terms address J. p. Rock Island county, at tne tu obate- court
I'eterson. I'.ox l.'!7. nwen, Wis., or In- : room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
quire Fred Sandiyuisl, 1627 Eighth j November term, on the first Monday In
I'AKIIS Ol' THANKS.
WE wish to extend our heartfelt thanks
to tne many Iriencls who were so
kind to :s at the tur.e of our hereave
fi nt. Sincerely, Mrs. Ella M. Kaiser
and fain n.. .
MR. AND MRS. JOHN SNYDER wish to
thank Kev. dialer and singers for
services rendered, also their kind
friends for sympathy shown them In
their late boreavenient Youra truly,
WE desire to express our sincere
thanks to the many friends and
neighbors who ausieted us during the
sickness and deatn of our beloved
wife ar.d daughter Fred Omehle,
Mr and Mis. Thomas Byrnes and
FOR F ALE Modern equipped sheet
metcU worka. Address "tineet Metal
W orks." care Argus.
IF you want to begin or expand busi
ness, write tne Board of Trade. Wey
burn. baekatrhewan. We want Indus
tries, retailers ar.d wholesalers. E.e
trlc power, water, fuel, cheap. Build
ers w'tn capital needed. Population
doubled this year.
GASOLINE TASKS AND PIMPS.
BOWSER underground outSia from 120
and up iswu.oGu in use;. F. M. King,
agent loll'i Third avenue. Rock Is
land. 111. Phone west 8u31. N. B
Bury your gasul.ne; it's safer.
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eln
arsen, graduated bwedisu inuiiuu.
gives treatment In private oomea.
Phone west I-L. Addresa Cls Thlr-ti-nlntn
riu ins cuts cav.
Ctria law. kaoiisda
CTbe Beet Is Lie Cheapest)
rTRaV LIFE. LIGHT. LNt AK1 WUCD
Establls&e trt ..
Office. 1733 Tsurd av&aue. Rates rea
ROCK ISLAND, nj.
CONTRACTORS AID BCILDCKS.
Jfcknai V'c& Co
Manufacturers of Bah. Doors, Ellncis
and etaira. Interior finish cf ell k.nd
Hardwood Ver.eer Fiorrlr aad deal
ers in Uiaaa. 311 and 32 EidieenUi
FOR SALS Parrot at lTOIVa Third avenue.
FOR SALB Folding go-cart; phone
FOR SALE New Range pedestal din
ing room table. Phone 17&S.
FOR BALE Cheap, one brussels rug
xl2); no deajere; 828 Seventeentn
FOR SALE An oak sideboard In good
condition. Call- at 716 Fifteenth
thoroughbred Avrdale I
l(thTv.nu. Rock 1.- I
lfth aenue. Kok is
FOR SALE Two
puppies; 801s Fifth
FOR SALE Hard coal atove In first
class condition. Inquire 1401 Twenty
FOR 6ALE Mare, weight 1,100 pounds.
Inquire Andy Brady's saloon. 1919
FOR SALE Horse, harness and two
wagons. Parker Laundry company,
1314 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Household furniture at a
bargain; party leaving city. Call at
1132 Fifteenth street
FOR SALE Private sale; dining room,
library and other furniture, at rear
of 832 Twenty-third atreet
FOR SALS A combination riding
and driving boras. Inquire at 122 1
Fourteenth atreet Phone west 1308.
FOR SALE Grapes, IVi osnts a pound;
coma out them yourself. IL F. Spitz
naa. Twenty-fourth street South Rock
FOR SALE Eighteen-foot 8 k -horse
power gaaoilne launch, in good con
dition. O. M. Randall. 612 Fourth
FOR SALE Hudson roadster; a real
bargain at price asked. C E. Shields,
Rock Island Manufacturing company.
Phone west 976.
FOR SALE Cheap, pleasure launch. 23
feet long, 5-foot beam, 8-borso power
engine . For particulars address Box
46 . Rook Island, or inquire on ferry
FOR SALE One four-burner gaa stove
with two ovens. In the best of con
dition, 814 when new, will sell for $5.
Cull west 145, L. L. Weld, before
FOR SAXE Cheap, it taken at once,
one Moon touring car, five-passenger.
4U-liorse power; good as new. Pnone
west 1214. or call at 219 Twentieth
FOR SALE Or trade, five-passenger
auto, w ith full equipments, practically
as good as new; a real bargain. Call
at 21o Safety building, or pnone west
FOR SALE Confeotlonery and ice
cream parlor; best location In Jlo
line; complete outfit; cheap rent. Ad
dress P. O. Box 73. Rock Island, or
pi. one 106.
FOR BALE Mahogany parlor eulte,
8:15; mahogany library table, 315; two
tail. lies and bridle. 312; mission hall
clock, 3); also pictures, at u3 Twen
FOR SALE Furniture for five rooms,
upright piano, all for $175; nearly
new, coal doO. on payments If you
want Phone weal 177, or call at 3u4
Bent building. Rock Island. 111.
FOR SALE Fine healthy bronie tur
key torn and two buff turkey liens; a
few young turka; alfo old and yirung
rose ciiiiib Rlioile Inland Keds. ln
ouire M. E. Sweeney, 901 Twentieth
FOR SALE At a bargain if taken at
mice, one Moline rive-passenger tour
ing cur, newly painted and over
hauled at the Moline factory. Call at
Morris Wilcher s garage, lalS Fo-urtli
Estate of Emma C. Lloyd, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Emma C. Lieryd, late of
the county of Rock Inland, state ot.llll-
irsovemuer liexi, kl wmun uniu an pei-
sons having claims against saia estate
are notihed and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. Ail persons indebted to said estate
are requested tu make immediate pay
ment 'to the uml raigned.
Dated 14th day of September, A. D.
1912. ADDISON RUSH,
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
Estate of Ernst Leffler, deceased.
The undersigned having been
pointed executor of tne last win and
testament of Ernst Leffler, late of Hie
county of Kuck Island, slate of Illinois,
deceaaed. nereuy gives notice mat ne
will appear betore the lion. Benjamin
Hell, juuwe oi tne prooaie court o-i jiock
lainnd county, at tne pri. bate court
room, lu tne city of Uock Island, at tne
January term, on the llrst Monday in
January iiext, at which time aii persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for tne
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All pei ons Indebted to said catate are
itq,.:ieu tu make Immediate payuie.it
to lul undersigned.
Dated this 13th day of September, A.
Estate of David Mardock, deceased.
Tr.e undersigned having been ap
pointed administrators of the estate of
David Mardock. late of the county of
Kock Island, state of illincHs. deceaseu,
nereby give notice that we will appear
befote tne probate court of Rock laiauid
county, at tne probate court icwm, in
the city of Rock Island, at tne Novem
ber term, on the first Monday in .No
vember next at which time ail persons
having claims against said ectale are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
Aii ersor.s indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment
to tue undersigned.
Dated 11th day of September, A. D.
1813. BE.RTHA WILLI A Mo.
CARRIE A. HCLaijS,
Admin la tratora
Walker. Ingram A Sweeney, attor
neys AdmiadaOater-s K at lee.
Estate at Catherine Sanger, deceased.
The undersigned caving been ap-
pointed administrators of the estate of I . , . . '.' ...
Catne.-tne Secger, late of tne county of i I shall n-ver shake ands With pos
p.ock ii.and. stale of Illinois, daceaaed. i terlty," filgbrd the ro'L
I'SFl.fX: tnerVV oV'kSS ' "Nonserme." anld the comforting crit-
Isiand county at the probate court room
la ice city of Rock Isiaitd, at toe Jan
uary term, on tr.e nrst J&onaay in Jan
uary next at whlcn time an persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested ta attet.u for tne
purpose cf having the earns adjusted.
Ail persona Indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment
t? the undersigned.
Dated the l(rth day ef September, A-
D lill. GEORGE fcENOER.
Albert ffaibej. attortey.
TRIO LODGE, NO S7, A. F. & A. M
Meets in stated communication
tlie firat Thursday of each
month at 7:80 p. ra. Special
Sept. 19. at 7 30 p. m., for work in F.
C. degree, followed by school of in
structions on the E. A. degree. Visit
ing Masons are weloome. By order
of Carlton Q. Taylor. W. M-; William
B. Pettlt secretary.
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Superflu-
" on 'c nd rra lrroa-
rently removed with one eo six
needles: four to six hours' work In
one with six needlea Address Miss
A. M. Ktttrldge, Flat 1. Argyla Flata.
Brady atreet Davenport Old phone
8136. Out of town until Oat L
ABSTRACTS OK TITLR.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any teal es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Island Title & Abstraot com
pany ; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-208, second
floor. People's National bank build
ing. Rock Island.
EGYPTIAN FORTUNK TELLER Tells
past present and future; gives advice
in all business and love affairs; satis
faction guaranteed; 617 Harrison
EXPRESS AMD STORAGE.
RELIABLE STORAGE On first floor;
wagon covers, eta Tents for rent;
also manufacturer of awnings, tenta
Roessler & Co., So9 Fifteenth atreet
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M .
Walker, lawyer, 811 People's bank
building. Phane 349.
FALCONRY IN JAPAN. "
An Expensive 8 port. Requiring a Serv
ing Man to Every Bird. "
la the east falconry Is still the sport
of kings. Talko Sums, the aiost In
genious of warriors, brought the sport
to Japan with him from Korea and
some of the Imperial hawks of today,
they say, are descended from his fledg
lings. It Is a costly sport, perhaps the em
peror's greatest extravagance. At his
orders and at his expense men learned
in falconry bare compiled a history of
the art In the eastern world which fills
a hundred volumes and the hawking
establishment entails lieavy outlays.
There is a serving man to ersTy
hawk nnd a number of others who as
pire to enter the service of the Im
perial bird. One frets en idea how care
fully these men are trained by seeing
the aspirant serrnnts stand for hours
nt,u Lime with ouisttvtched hand, hold
ing a glass of water filled to the brim.
It Is only when they can do this, with
out fatigue and without spilling a drop
of (he water, tbat they are Intrusted
with one of the precious birds, for If
the wrist should give ever so little
under the Imwk be is startli-d and
spreads his wlngn, which, according to
Japanese ideas, is very unHlghtly and
interrupts bis training as well ns ends
the career of the aspirant serving man.
Hut, though tlie wild ducks never es
cape, what U still more remnrkable Is I
that they are never maimed or man
gled. The hawks, whose claws aud
talons are kept wonderfully manicured
aud lnspeeleHi every day by the chief
LuwUer, strike their quarry a stunning
blow and Inviiriubly bring them down
to be retrieved, but not a drop of
blood is shed. Metropolitan Magazine.
LAYING THE TABLECLOTH.
It Was Almost a Work of Art In the
In the twelfth ceutury tablecloths
were very large and were always laid
on the table double. For a lung time
they were called "douliliers" fur that
reiison. The cloth wns first placed so
as to touch the flenr on tLe side at
which the guests pat; then all that re-
i nialned was folded so tbat it just cov-
i ercd the table.
I Charles V. had
h!, .h .. ,... .,,. ,.....
ty yards long aod two yards wide. He
bad one cloth thirty two yards long,
which had the anus of France em
broidered on it in 6'iik. All these were
In the sixteenth century Monbllera"
were replaced by two tablecloths, one
of which was small and was laid Just
as we lay ours today. The other, which
was put on over it. was large and of
beautifully f gtired linen. It was skill- ;
fully folded In su:b a way that, as one '
chonlcler telln. "It resemhled a wind- j
Ing river. j.r?ritly ruffled by a little
breexe, for aoioiig very many little I
folds were here and there great bub- !
It mast have required mnch art and
care to make dh-hes. plates, saltcel- j
lain, sauce digues and glasses stand I
steadily In the midst of th. nndulat- j
log sea and auone tboAe "bubbles"
and puffy folds. However, the fashion
had only a short existence, and toward
the Utter part of the century a sUigle
cloth laid fiat and touching the floor on
all sides of the tabie came into general
one. New York Tribune.
i Iff. "It w!!i give you the 'Shake,' all
right' AtluDta Constitution.
Do yon still bet on the rsees as yoa
need to do?"
"No. I am now a better man." Bal
Grant me honest fame or grant mt
L.tiwi1 a wauet by widow lady; very
liberal reward for return to Argua
LOST An order and account book; re
ward for return to the Reliable Tea
LOST Tuesday afternoon, gold watch,
on Watch Tower car or at the Watch
Tower. Return to Argus and receive
LOST A stiver necklace, with hammer
ed silver lavaller with coral aettlng.
Return to S16 Nineteenth atreet and
LOST Two bunchea of aigrettes, be
tween Thirteenth street and Seventh
avenue and McCabe's store. Return
tt Argus and receive reward.
LOST Between Eighth and Third ave
nues and Eighteenth and Twentieth
streets, an Eastern Star pin. RewaM
for return to 721 Eighteenth street
LOST A 310 bill, on Thlrty-eighthh
street, between Fourteenth and Tenth
avenues. Finder please leave at 1206
Thirty-eighth atreet and receive re
ward. LOST Part Of long bar ebony pin. set
with pearls, between Empire theatre
and Twenty-seventh street and Sev
enth avenue. Return to Argus office
LOST In front of Sexton's clothing
store, a hand aatchel containing a
clock, pocket book and bank book.
Return to 8111 Fifth avenue and re
LOBT Between Harper house and
Twelfth stroet and Seventh avenue,
on Tower car, a small brown leather
pocketbook containing money and re
ceipt for Mra. David Price. Reward
fur return to Argua office.
LOST If two gold pins left in ladles'
dressing room of a Pullman car on a
Rock Island train passing Rock Is
land. July 6, were found by two la
dies who debarked therefrom either
at Rock Island or Mollne, their owner
would greatly appreciate their return
to ticket agent at Rock Island.
PEWlfAJfTS, BCTTOTfa, PLEATTNGS.
NOVELTY CD. Phoue 783; I3v Bo.
Putnam building, Davenport. Iowa.
Felt pennants, flags, monograms, pil
low covers, etc.; accordeon and knife
pleatlnga. from So yard and up. Buttons
covered in plain and colored Ivorv
rims, from 10c dozen up. Dress forms.
- . . , . ,
unless you want a cheap
loan on your Furniture,
Pianos, Live Stock, Dia
monds, Jewelry or your
All the good people are
patronizing the Cut Rate
Loan company SC4
Best huildlng, for pleas
ant and private loans.
Phone West 177.
THE CONSIDERATE MAN
knows that she is fond of
ice cream and naturally wishes R
to offer her the beat. That is O
why he orders Math's Ice cram 8
which cannot be excelled for Q
purity, flavor and all arouud O
goodness. As It coats no mors yA
than lnferor crparn. why not or- Q
der it yourself? Quality guar- A
an teed. Q
1710-171H Seoo.'-I Avenoe,
l'hone Wevt 150.
a Rock Island Transfer
Storage & Coal Co.
Office, 1714 Third Avenut.
Cost Yard 2109-13 Third Avenue
prinrfleld lump coal.
Sherman lamp coal.
TELEPHONE WEST 985.