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THE ROCK ISEAND 'ARGUS, MONDAY, JUXE 5, 1911.
The Argus Daily
The summer outing catalogue.
We sadly turn its pages.
And wish when things -were coming' good
That we had saved our wages.
rld a fcetel keeper.
ANSWER TO JATCHDArS PCZZLK,
T7psi left eoraer down In dresa.
Notice of Flail Settlement.
Estate of Stuart Harper, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Hugh E. Curtia. adminis
trator of the estate of SHuart Harper,
deceased, has this day filed his final re
port and settlement as such In tbe pro
Data court of Rock Island county, and
h sarins on said report has been set for
June It. 111. at o'clock a. in., at which
time persons Interested may appear and
make objections thereto, and If no ob
jections are filed, said report will be ap
proved at that time, and the undersign
ed will ask for an order of distribution,
and will also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island, 111 . May 16, A. D. 1911.
HUG II E. CURTIS.
'Admtnstrator of the Estate of Stuart
Btate of Illinois, Rock Island Coun-
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery.
Partition. General No. 61&4.
Lydta A. Van Riper, complainant. VS.
James Tuttle, et si., defendants.
" Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
ef a decree of said court, entered In the
above entitled cause, on the 17th day of
May, A. r. 1911, I shall, on Thursday,
the 8th day of June, A. D. 1811. at the
hour of 10:15 o'clock in the forenoon, at
the east door of the court house in the
city of Rock Island, in said county of
Rock Island, to comply with said de
cree, sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder for casb in hand, the certain
farcel of land in the county of Kock 1
and and state of Illinois, known and
described as follows, to-lt:
The northwest quarter ( ). of the
northeast quarter ( t . of section four
4. township sixteen lt. north, range
two (2). went of the fourth (4tn) prin
cipal merldlun ;except the went twenty
(to) acres thereof; provided the hid or
bids upon satd parcel at auid siil be
equal to at least two-thirds of the valu
ation put upen the anine, as Miown by
the report of the commissioners here
tofore appointed by the court to make
Dated at Kock Island. 111. this 17th
day of May. A. D. 1311.
JOt5'-:lII I.. HAAS.
Maatar in Chancery, Koe'.c Ibiand Coun
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, coniJ)lnin
By virtue or an order arid decree of
the circuit court of Hock Island county,
and state of Illinois, dated May 24. Ikll,
and to m directed, whereby 1 atn com-
niatideii to u,u,ke tlie uftiounl of four'
hundred foit-llVM and eighteen oiie- I
hundredths S44.f.lK) U!lnrrt iind costri
oh. t. out of th- ..! and ci.ati.-iM u !
wtiitam H ohrt. jr.. in m.m ..ri-r and
cirrpp una nr-i m: i icr ucsi-f n'i. i n;i.vc
levied O'l tin- following pt op. r ty. Ue
errlbed in said .:dcr uri'l di-iTiw. tu
wit: One (11 nuo luut l-'xiu tet. lo
cated fri th bank f lln- .M ! h.- i 1 i-itt
river at ScrnuJ hum t itnl -ti'l tiv--
nue in said illy of ii'ii n. i,i.iTni. nl.-'i j
tWO (2) ll'lrs, MX (rt) I 'l.lllH, LUC I I
bedstead, im.i' ill dav-iiMit i, one il) j
dresser .one tl) conmi'i.lc. oi:o tl hei.t-j
lnt tlC. Kile (1) look lmr, two I ) i
ruit. oik- tl in- Ihix. tw J K-i kiiiK
chairs. one i) kllci.eri cabinet, all vin-j
(low i-urtalnH ant Mi.i'lcy. nil -ttnta I n-l :
In said hounf bum. und Mil situated in '
tiie city of Hock Inland, county d It'Hkj
Island and stule of lliir.'-ln. '.
Therefore, aocorainn to said command. '
I shnll expose for e.ile ut public auction ;
all the above nejrrllcd property. t 1 ,
o'clock a. m , n Kridiiy. tin- 1Mb liny'
of Juni1. A. D It'll, ut tin above ill nli- ,
ed house boat hi Second ircet iitxt ?.-- ;
ond avenue in me c:ty of Kock isluud.
In said Rock Island county, i
Dated at Kok IMar.ii. 111., this ith
day of June. A. IX !:U.
i L. RRI'NER,
Shcri.T Rock Island County. 1
I'etllloa la Probate 111.
State of Illinois. Rock It-land Coun
Probate Court. Rock Island County; j
April Term. 111.
In the matter of the probate of the j
last will and testament of John Nelson. :
deceased, in Probate.
To AH Persons Whom This May Con
Notice Is hereby given tnat on the
SSth day of April. A. i. 1911. a petition ,
was nled in the probate court of iiock
Island county. Illinois, asking that the ,
last will and testament of Jonn Melfun.
deceuand. be admitted Ao probate. The
same petition iurlher stales that the
following named persons are ail the ;
helrs-al-lavv and lrgalev: Magnus Pe- '
lerson. and the uukuonn helrs-al-law of
Tou are further notlf.ed that the hear
ing of tho proof of sj.id will has bet n ;
set by said court for the :4th -lay of
May. A. D. 111, at tue hour of 9 o ciock
In the forenoon, at the court house in Kock
-Island, In said county, wnen and where
you can appear, if you see tit, and show
cause. If any yeu have, why tud will
should not be admitted to rrolate.
JOHN E. KI.EilMINO,
Clerk Probate Court.
Dated April -S. 111.
Jackfon. Hurst i; fctifford. Attorneys,
Executor .'s scire. t;,
Kstate of Cyr.thU IL Be!, her, de-j
The undersigned r.avlnir leen ap- j
pointed executor of the last will alio
testament of Cynthia H. tltlchor. late of
the county of Reck Island. .ia.te of l:il-ni!-:
1.. e.i lw-rSv civm not ice that
h wl'.l :i i','-r before the rroliiU c rl '
of Kock isianii oounty. at the proim'e
eourt room. 1.1 the city of Rock Island,
at the July term, on the rlrst Monday in
July Deit. at which time all persons
having claims aa-alnst said estate are
notified and requested to attend for t!;e
ju.rpoae of havlnr the a.-ne adjusted.
A.l persons indebted to sa:d estate are
leqaeated to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this lth day of May. A. D.
19M. SOWAKD H. GL'TER.
news ill U.e t:ui
SHOOTING A HORSE.
The Way to Instantly End His Misery
Should Ho Break a Leg.
When a borse falls la tbe harness bis
natural inclination Is to get op a gala.
Tba shock of tbe fall has excited him
more or leas, ajiI la his efforts to arise
he may further Injure himself as well
as the harness.
Tbe first action should be to sit on
his head, pointing his nose upward
with one -bond, to keep him from
struggling until the traces and all other
attachments to the vehicle can be un
fastened, ir two pereoas are present
this can be done without 'dUBcalty.
It a' horse breaks his leg tbe most
humane as well as the. most sensible
action Is to shoot him' on the spot.
It is true that cases are on record
where broken legs hare been success
fully treated by means of suspending
the horse in a sling and pulleys, but
the experiments In this direction have
almost invariably met with failure.
To shoot a suffering animal and kill
him Instantly Is not so simple a mat
ter as it at first appears, says Country
Life In America. Many shots are
sometimes fired before death results,
now and where should a horse be
la the center of every horse's fore
bead a little above the line of tbe eyes
is a little swirl something like a cow-!l-k.
Three Inches above this swirl is
the exact spot to lodge the bullet to
Insure Its piercing the brain. The
bullet should not be of less than 3S
Fur sprains hot or cold bandages are
recommended. Fomentations promptly
applied sometimes prevent permanent
lameness. Spraining v of the back
sinews is only too common ana un
less promptly and properly treated re
sults In knuckling and other complica
tions. Blistering, firing and even
nerving are resorted to, but it should
measures are often unnecessarily tak-
en. Kest. turn Ins out where practl-
cable uutier favorable conditions, and
raassape often effect a cure.
Not Infrequently a horse will pick up
a nail. It is unnecessary to say that
the first aid Is to remove tbe nail. If
suppuration ensue poultice tbe wound
and give the animal rest uctll well. It
may be well to remove the shoe for a
t!me. (irent care should be taken that
the nail be not broken off flush with
the sole and left there to foster. Horses
are peculiarly susceptible to tetanus,
or lockjaw, and a nail often causes It.
"nypnotlze lobsters'; Sure thine
you can." said the man in South street, j
"See here." be said, picking up an
active one by the body behind tbe
claws. He stroked It down tbe tall
throe or four times, and the lobster be
came very stiff and still. He set it on
the floor cpaiost the wall, standing it
up. He took four or five more lobsters ;
and treated them the same wsy. "Now j
WHtch Vm for a minnri " h aairl '
looking at the row of prospective chaf
Ing dish fillers. Tho first lobster
gradually became limp and fell on tbe
r.oor with a crash. This woke tbe
thlid lobster in the row. for It. too.
fell forward Then two more felL
They all st.irted to make off. but be
caught them as they tried to scuttle
atvay. "Sure thing," said tbe South,
street man; 'it's as easy to hypnotize!
em here as on Broadway." New York j
It Startled the World
when liie astounding clainii were
: made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
but 40 years of wonderful cures have
proved them true, and everywhere ou
earth for burns, boils, scalds, sores,
cuts, bruises, sprains, swellings, ecze
ma, chapped hands, fever sores and
Ues. Only 23 cenrs at all druggists
&ttITlPiK tLUnROLiald Superflu
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed wilQ one to sis
needles: four to six hours' wcrk Is
one with six; trsatrseuts given at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
Areas Miss A. M Klttridge, Plat 1,
Argyle Plata. Brady street. Daven
cert. Old phooe S1IC
AB1 It It I S OP TITLJt.
licliiAClJ of tiui. pre glared or cwa
Unued to date covering any real es
Late in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at i asoaable rates
Rock Island Tit-e . Abstract Ceia
(.any. J. J. Irgr3x president; W. J
ewixLcy, secieLs-ry; 200-tul. second
floor. Peoples National baas; build- r
ros hjejtt aooxs
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 18144a Third avenue.
FOR RENT A large modern furnished
room at zois Fiftn avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 307 Third street.
FOR RENT A furnished room In mod
ern home at 902 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room:
gentleman preferred; at 2666 Eighth
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, with all conveniences; lit ov
FOR RENT Furnished sleeping rooms,
also light housekeeping rooms, at 216
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms lor light housekeeping; at lit
FOR RENT Furnished light House
keeping rooms; bath and use ot phone;
at 2313 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, modern conveniences,
at 1513 Vk Third avenue.
FOR RENT Two or three neatly fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping
at 546 Twenty-fourth street.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, use of
phone, at 2733 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 1133
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room In
modern borne; no other roomers; 1121
Sixteenth street. Phone 12S3-T.
FOR RENT Five nice rooms on first
floor at 109 Fourth avenue. Inquire
on premises, or old phone 703-Y.
FOR RENT One large furnished room,
suitable for light housekeeping; rent
reasonable; at 1309 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, with sewer, wa
ter, and gas. at 70a Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
partly modern, suitable for light
housekeeping, at 2712 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping, also sleeping rooms, all mod
ern conveniences; 1620 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and
rooms for light housekeeping; mod
ern. Phone west 643; 1303 Second ave
nue. FOR RENT Two pleasant modern fur
nished rooms, with board, in private
Inquire at 220s Seventh ave-
FOR RENT A large furnished front
room, suitable for employed couple,
within walking distance of city. Call
2106 Third avenue.
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms
turauora tor mm aouaeaeepmg; axso
furnished sleeping rooms; all modern,
at 1804 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front
rooms for light housekeeping, on
third floor; also two on second floor;
at 616 Twenty-second street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, in two or three-room
suites, on ground floor, close In; rates
reasonable; 626 Twenty-first street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms. In new modern home, suitable
for one or two gentlemen, one block
from street car, opposite Long View
park; 1801 Seventeenth street.
FOR HEXT FLATS.
FOR RENT Three-room
flat at 6334
FOR RENT fpstairs. suitable for man
and wife; water, sewer, gas; close in;
617 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT One of Wright's modern
live-room Hats at 123 (seventeenth
street. Inquire 224 Seventeenth street.
FOB BEST Ol7 BE 3.
FOR RENT On June 1, by Beardsley &
auey, a modern els tit-room house.
FOR RENT An eight-room house, all
modern. Inquire 636 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Five-room house at 414
Eleventh street. Inquire 418 Elev
FOR RENT One-half double house
six rooms, city water. Inquire lu06
FOR RENT A five-room modern flat.
Inquire at the Blakslee Studio, lt)22
FOR RENT All modern cottage; in
quire F. W. JSJoller s grocery, 1328
i Utii avenue.
FOR RENT Five-room house at 543
Ttiiriy-hrst street; rent HJ. Inquire
ljt. i-atien. iuz r irtn avenue.
FOR RENT A modern eight-room
house at lzis f ourth avenue; rent 130.
Inquire at 1231 Fifth avenue.
TOK KEM House or 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street, uock island, to. ti. Quyer.
FOR RENT A cottage at 6' 8 Thirty-
sixth street; partly modern. Phone
E. C. AlahaiTey, east lluu, or weal
1 c'" ,RfclNTr u f:,,1!0?! a'f "6
water, aewer. gas, and large
inquire at aoove number.
FOR RENT Campbell island cottages,
oy me weea. or season; make our
reservations early; newly renovated,
good well close by, electric light, etc.
For Illustrated folder, art.iresa jL. P.
Bergstrom, Wattrtown, 111.
POIt RaCNT SlSCELLAJIlOUI.
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; ail conveniences. In
cluding elevator service, roomy vauita,
etc.; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room lww. Jf. j.
FOR RENT A blacksmith shop at 31s
seventeenth street. Apply In rear.
FOR RENT A suite of two office rooms
Wlin Bicui uet, ipvvs jasatu cuoieC"
tionery; cheap rent. Apply to ilr.
Krell or Mr. Math, city.
FOR RENT Two very desirable store
rooms, two rooms each, located at
Jo9 Seventh avenue, city; very good
location for lunch room. Ice cream
parlor, and confectionery, tailor shop,
millinery, barber shop, or grocery. In
quire (43 Thirty-ninth street. Rock
WANTED A few small investors to
join me in forming small company to
farm 100 acrs of best irrigated land
In Texas near San Antonio. Land will
produce 1400 or more clear profit per
acre yearly. Owner will accept por
tion of tbe erops for half of purchase
price of land. Excellent chance for
safe and profitable investment. Full
Information furnished. Address R. T.
Burge, general delivery, Kansas City,
GOODWIN CORSET PARLORS.
GOODWIN CORSETS Front and back
lace, in all styles and qualities, from
S5 up. Expertly fitted at O H.
GRABBE. Ladles' Tailor and Dress
maker. Exclusive agents for trl
clties. Phone "33. established ISO!.
South Putnam building. Davenport,
Iowa. Send for booklets. Agents
wanted. See new models in show case
WANTED An earnest, hustling young
man. between ;l and 25 years of aee,
to take a position In the city requir
ing ofHce work and collecting: must
" be of clean., habits; position perma
nent, with opportunity of advance
meat; state ae present position and
salary received, and give full particu
lars as to past experience, and sal
ary expected. Address "S. K-," care
WANTED Strawberry pickers; must be
over ; S years old. rnuip xingieaein.
soutn sock xsiana.
WXJTTED Four good boys; steady
work, all summer; S4 to start. Call
Saturday. 1523 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A boy to work on fruit
farm. Inquire of E. w. Robinson.
Richmond street. Phone 1166-K. -
WANTED Oear and wheel carriage
pa!nters. stripers, eoic-r varnlshers,
and body finishers. Michigan Buggy
company. Kalamazoo, Mich.
WANTED An experienced wrapping
paper and bag salesman, llvlqg In
Davenport, Rock Island or Mo'.lne;
salary and expenses. 8. L. Schwars
& Co, 1226 Wabash avenue. Chicago,
WANTED Lathe hands, wood pattern
makers, and an experienced mechani
cal draftsman. Apply Labor Bureau,
Trl-Clty Manufacturers" Association,
Mollne theatre building, Molina, No
WANTED Men to open carpet clean
ing business-In Rock Island; also rent
and sell our vacuum machine; perma
nent, profitable business; no money
required. Nohe Electric, 167 W. Wash
ington. Chicago, 111.
WANTED Men, at once: positions pay
well when qualified; will teach any
one the barber trade and give com
plete outfit for tools; wages while
learning; positions waiting. Write to
day for free catalogue. Moler Barber
college, Chicago, IlL
WANTED Men to learn barber trade
and accept positions now waiting;
great scarcity of barbers; few weeks
qualifies; as special Inducement, oom
ple'.e outfit of tools given; wages Sat
urdays: write today. Moler Barber
College, Chicago. 111.
WANTED Farm hands, factory men.
laborers for contract work, cement
gangs; tile yard, street paving, track
work, etc; positions guaranteed with
in three hours at this office or car
fare returned; Americans only. Farm
ers' Employment Agency. 134 East
Mala street, Galeeburg. 1IL
WANTED Men, age 13 to 85, to pre
pare for fireman, about (100 monthly,
and brakemen JS0, on , railroads in
Rock Island vicinity; no strike; ln-
st ruction 320, easy payments; posi
tions guaranteed competent men; 8.400
sent to positions; state age, send
stamp. Railway Correspondence
School. Dept. 301, 227 Monroe 6treet,
Brooklyn. N. T.
WANTED FGSU.D BSLP.
WANTED Capable second girl; apply
728 Twenty-first street.
WANTED Girls at the Independent
Baking company Davenport.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 1524 Ninth avenue.
WANTED An experienced girl at L. E.
liaKer laundry, lSOS Third avenue.
WANTED A dishwasher at Wright's
restaurant, zz neventeentn street.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Apply at sib iNineteenth street.
WANTED Experienced seamstress, at
once. Inquire 11 Fifteenth street,
WANTED A girl to assist with general
housework at 1700 Twenty-second
WANTED Woman to do Ironing at
2'Jii Mxin avenue. Old phone west
WANTED Girl to do general house
work from 7 a, m. until noon. Apply
3116 Kii'tii itvenue.
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework in family of two; good
wa&e; lL't; SSecond avenue.
WANTED A woman to do washing and
Ironing for tunail family; must havu
references. Apply 71S Nineteenth
WANTED Oiris 18 years or over to
learn operating; A 1 reference re
quired. Apply to manager of Central
Union Telephone! company.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework; no house, cleaning.
Apply mornings or evenings to Mrs.
C. I Thoinpbun, i)Z0 Nineteenth Street,
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework: good wages; no wash
ing; one who will lie willing to go to
a country home for summer; 104
Thirteenth street. Old phone west
WAN '1 X1D SITDATIO.l M.
tcy young woman
Address "D. io,"
in small family,
care of Argus.
WANTED A position In an office bv
experienced young lady with high
s ho.l education. Inquire "A. IL,"
WANTED Position by lady stenogra
pher, seven yeais' experience. Smith
Premier; also bookkeeper; familiar
Willi all kitnis of !: work; reliable.
Address "X. Y ," 2013 Fourth avenue.
LOST Front lamp from auto; return to
W. J. Sweeney. MS Twentieth street,
and rective reward.
LOST At Campbell's Island, Decoration
day, a gold watch fob. "J. y H" en
graved on same. Return to Argus for
LOST A pair of goM-howed spectacles.
TueMday evening, at the Watch Tower,
near tlKtire a. i'l.ider return to Argus
LOST--Large leather t.iiibook conrnin-
l"g I S- in c.iriency. 2j in gold, bank
book, ar. i other biiis. lieturn to Ar
gus for libera! icward.
LOST Brown Gordon setter pup, four
months old; tan feet, white breast and
tip of tail white. Reward Tor return
to 213 Thirteenth street.
LOST Seven months old seal brind!:
Boston terrier, marked white he.t
and nose; liberal reward for return
to Morris ijelsmar, S3S Twenty-second
street, or room tul Best building.
LOST Or mislaid, policy No. 207.876.
issued by tne i er.n Mutual Life In
surance company, on the life of John
M. Telleen. The finder will please re
turn it to the undersigned. Applica
tion has been made for the issuing of
a duplicate. John il. Telieen. care
Care School of Applied Science, Cleve
HOIS W ASTED.
MR. LANDLORD, we want you to no
tify us by telephone or postal nk'.a
your house is vacant. VVe have a
complete rent list of the tri-cities.
and have 30 to 40 applications daily
for houses. We wiil send them, and
without one cent of expense to you.
Summtrfieid s 113-115 East Second
JACOB W. HERCLXES Architect and
Superintendent, Architectural Engin
eer; reinfor.ed concrete and ste'.-i con
struction: office buildings, public
buildings, factories, residence work.
Offices. 400-401 People's National
bank; building. Old phone west 64.
FOR SAXU CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Pretty six-room cottage.
Just two blocks from Long View
rark; large basement; ctty water,
well, hath room hut bath not In,
clothes closets: laree lot with 6hade
and fruit trees; stable: house In ex
cellnt condition throusrhout: prlo
$J.300. If you would like a pretty
home at a bargain, call V. N. Mercer.
403 safety building.
FOR SALE Eight-room bouse, corner
Twentieth etreet and Tenth ave
nue: easy terms. Inquire at rest
FOR SALE Lots In west end: high.
level: J0o up; one with two-room
house, 1300; street car; easy payments.
H. A. Weld. N
FOR BALE A seven-room house, with
furnace, gas. and bath; lot goxx?j;
good chance for somebody; 1108 Sev
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located at Z7ss nrm ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE A 10-room house, in nloe
location, with all modern convenl
ences; on car line. Inquire at 1901
Eighth -and-a-half avenue.
FOR SALE! Lots In South Heights, two
blocks from car line, between xwen
ty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets
easy terms. Charles vjilemeyer. drug
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights, be
tween Twelfth and Seventeenth
streets, from 1326 and upwards, on
easv terms. E. W. Robinson. Phone
FOR SALE Larare modern house In
Davennort. near new hlsrh school: fin
lot and good barn: rent $50 a month
Address 911" West Seventh street.
FOR SALE One of the best paying
drug stores In city; price $3,600; no
discount; reason for selling, nave in
terests in manufacturing business.
Address 'C." Argus.
FOR SALE sl.000 corner lot In rest
dence district: liberal discount for
cash this month; paved street, cement
walk, sewer, water, and gas; trees on
lot. Address "A. N" care Argus.
FOR SALE Two lots on Twenty-eighth
street between Seventeenth and rugn
teenth avenues, near Long View car
line; east front; a bargain for cash
buyer. Charles TJIlemeyer, druggist.
FOR SALE One of the finest residences
on Fifteenth street; house built two
years ago of best material and work
manshlD: all modern: fine location
facing Long View park. Inquire
Charles Ullemeyer, druggist.
FOR SALE At 1808 Fifteenth street,
east front facinar Long View park.
even-room modern cottage, with bath
ana lurnaoe; ss.ooo; one-naix eaen.
easy terms for balance; rente for zu
per month. F. K- Kf.oaas, iuu mod
FOR SALE Lots on Sixth and Seventh
streets, betweeu our'enth and Elgh
teentn avenues; 'jement walks; easy
walking distance of west end ractor
ies; terms, small payment down, bal
ance on your own terms. Inquire o
J. Q. Scheuennan, 1700 Sixth street.
FOR SALE Special bargain; new ce
ment block house, six rooms, base
ment, furnace, large lot, two blocks
from Elm street car: never been oc
copied, well built, and nicely furnish
ed throughout; only 11.&00: 1300 cash,
balance monthly. V. N. Mercer, 403
FOR SALE At 1046 Seventeenth street,
corner Eleventh avenue, 65-foot east
frontaxe. elicht-room house, modern in
all respects, with good barn suitable
for garage; owner moved from city
and anxious to sell: a snap if taken a
once, (part caah). b K. Rhoads, 100
FOR SAL Cheap, a lew choice lots
paved streets, walks, sewer, water,
gaa, trees in tract, nue surroundings,
beautiful homes, street car right to
your doer, three blocks from Long
View iark. For particulars call on
O Elmer Blakesley, 1236 Ulenhurst
court. Phone west 1167-L. Twelfth
street. Twelfth avenue addition.
FOR SALE Modern nine-room houao
ou Long View car line and within one
block of seventeenth street entranoe
to Long View park; has good well on
premises; east front, and one of the
ucst aii-isrouiiu iouauona in me ouy.
For particulars as to price, elo.. In
quire of the owner, li. U. Baker, 1106
faev enteenth street.
W" A SiTED M I SCKtL A HICO V S.
tii-nlug at WIS Sixth ave-
WANTED Dressmaking at 601 Elev
WANTED General cleaning by the day
by competent woman. Old phone west
WANTED To exchange. 80 acres Min
nesota timber laud tor au automobile.
Cull west 1J12.
WANTED A Ka.oline motor, two to
three horse potter. Inquire at 213
WANTED Work by steady all round
yard and house man; handy. old
phone west iij-K.
WANTED Washing and Ironing; lace
curtains lauuuereu; aatiaraciion guar
anteed. Old phono west 762-X.
WANTED To rent, by refined young
man, a modern lurnished room In pri
vate family. Address "iv. U .," care
WANTED To launder, ladles' fancy
waists, white dresses, and ail kinds
of fancy washing, prices reasonable,
Old phone west ioi-i".
WANTED Room and board In private
family ty marriea lauy; husband away
most of time; references exchanged.
Adarts i. s. ti., care .Argus.
WAN"4"ED Developing, printing; lowest
prices for best work; enlargements
free; we WjU teach you how. Pnuto-
Itctric Shop, dzs iwenuetn street.
VVAH'ftU To buy, furniture and stoves
ot ail ainus, v.iii pay mgnesi market
prices lor second hand goods. Kniff
Second Hand stuie, lozj 'nurd aveaue.
WANThlJ To launder, lace curtains,
woik promptly called for and deliv
ered. -Mrs. Luelia I it ttrli.t,ion. 1441
fcourteema sneci. uiu puona west
W. NTr.D Strven or tiiht-room house.
.-iiKtiy nioijern. between lltt'enth
ai.i iweutietn streets and south of
Fifth avenue. Addrtss -'A 55," caie
WAM'tb Washings to do at the Col
ored Home La unary, "'ii iourteenui
street; excellent hand work done; or
ders win receive our prompt atten
tion, old phone west 611-X. Laater
WANTED Lace curtains to clean ct any
time; fc.ankets and quilts to wash dur
ing hot weather only. Send postal
card to Mrs. iiager. 2407 Sixth ave
nue, and your work wiil receive
prompt and careful attention.
klAQSAGb i-OH 11 EN AND WOMEN
Mra E. W. iiiiler. graduate masseuse;
eiectric vibrator treatments, vapor
baths, ecientinc body and facial mas
sage, therapeutic lights, spinal treat
ment, Swedish movements, etc Hours
from 10 a. m. to p. m. Henley build
ing, suite 12, corner Fourth aud Brady
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
lui-iK: UAETHJE Proprietor Chip
plan uock nursery. Cut Cowers and
designs of ail kinds. City store. 1CS7
fescoBd aveoa. Telepnons ills.
WOK ULB XIOCKXajTBOtTS.
FOR SALE 11.800 buys almost irew
cottage near Long View car line; well
ouiit and nicely finished, basement,
large level lot, city water in yard;
J5i5 rash, balance 310 per. Tnontn. V.
N. Mercer, 403 Safety bulWing.
FOR SALE Minnows. 15 eents per dos-
en. at 14 is xweirtn street.
FOR SALE A gas range, nearly new;
win sell cheap, call 01 Third ave
FOR SALE Phaeton. In rood condition;
also a harness. Inquire at 1103 Fourth
FOR SALE Two new low wagons, and
one cream separator, at 819 Forty
FOR SALE Strong, well bred Plymouth
Rook chicks, age from on day up.
rnone west S7I-X.
FOR BALE White Orpington ohlokena.
aiso four Philo coops, inquire 1011
FOR SALE) Rafrrcle In first class con
dition, Hersey single tube tires. In
quire 1111 Twentieth street.
FOR SALB 'Cheap, Thor S horse
power motorcycle in exreTlent condi
tion, ox 10 is. tieDig, ibis xnrra ave
FOR SALE! A sanitary eouch. gas stove
bed room imt, kltchon tabiea, and a
few chickens, at 1456 Fifteenth street.
after 5 p. m.
FOR SALE The beautiful gold coin
strain Buff OrDtnsrtons: ergs and day-
oli chicks; catalogue free. J. B. Jo
seph. Sears. IlL
FOR SALE New 18-foot launch, with
three-horse newer ensrlne. fully eaulo-
ped- a bargain. Phone 660-Y. or call
at 715 Fifteenth street, city.
FOR SALE A family driving horse,
city broke: also rubber tired buggy.
Call evenings after 5 o'clock; 1230
FOR SALES Houseboat, now on shore
one-half mile east of Watch Tower;
all bard pine Interior finish: will make
fine summer residence, Old phone
FOR SALE Large handsome sorrel
driving horse, city broke, perfectly
gentle; also Chalmers-Detroit auto
mobile, fully equipped, fine condition-
inquire of Dr. Craig.
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, flve-passent-ger
touring car and two two-cylinder
runabouts, suitable for business ve
hicles, all In good condition. W. H.
Bolles. 2412 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Typewriter, looks like new.
In good running order and does first
class work: manufacturer's price, 37;
will take ISO for quick sale. v. .
Mercer. 403 Safety building.
FOR SALB Eggs from thorough -bred
rose comb Rhode Island Reds; heavy
winter layers; pen 1, 11; pen 2. 31.50.
After June 1, one-half price. H. W.
Miller. 602 Webb street. Soutb Rock Is
FOR. SAluIQ lAJXt.
FOR BALK 224 wore stock farm; flae
Improvements; four miles from Milan;
price 1100 per aare. Relay Bros.
FOR SALE 193 acres of fine bottom
land; all can be cultivated; price 36a
per acre; this Is a bargain. Eckhart
FOR SALE 320-acre farm, all In high
state of cultivation; line improve
ments; located In Rock Island county;
price 2125 per acre. Eckhart & Buf-
t'OK BALIS Good truck farm la bouts
Rock Island; very reasonable price.;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call on Reldy Broa. room
4. Mitcneti st iynae Dauaiag
FOR BALK Beversl Improved farms In
Worth couuty. Iowa. These farms are
level, black soil; none more than four
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
from 370 to 30 per acre. These farms
are all bargaina w uii am Jennings,
Rook island house.
VLfABA-NT COX Real estate a
insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented. Tour pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 22 and
new mil. umct at court nouse.
BhlN N ETT'B Insurance Agency Fira
Ufa accideul, heal in aud plate glass; 1
real estate and loan a becbud floor.
Bafety building. omue phone west
S6. Residence phone 736-K. Opes
Wednesuay ana tiaiuraajr nignta
Wki WILL JUONO OU xecutura. ad-
mlnistraturs , guardians, trustees or
any kind of Judicial bonds; ioogesand
society officers . city, state or U. tl
government om;taJe; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you waul iexcept bail bonds.
Terms reasonable. Hayes ct Cleave-
land, resident managers. Fidelity A
Deposit Company of Marylaud.
MONEY TO Loan.
ijKJjkjsH uu (uruiiure. pianos, noises,
wagons, eltk. quickly, privately, at tu
Uwtt rates. Mutual Loan Company
unlnu. . room 411. People's National
bank building, msw pnuoe blu'j; old
Vhone west 122.
Wk. MAJkal A bi-j&ClALTY of loaning
money on houaenold goods, horses,
wagona e'c. without removal ana
lu a quiet ay. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan Company, room
4us Best bulldlmtf.
FOR bALU -Postal and penny picture
gallery; must sell ou account of poor
health; a snap for some one; cheap
tor casic tun nonu suse-x; suss
xraay sireei. uavvupuri, iuwh.
Estate of John T. C. Milow. deceased.
ihe undersigned having oeen ap
pointed -administratrix of the estate of
John T. C. Miiow, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased.
hereby gives notice that she will an-
pear before the probate court of Rock
siand county, at tne probate court room.
in tne city 01 hock isiana, at the July
term, on the first Monday In July next.
at which time ail persons having claims
saalnst said, estate are notified and re
quested to attena lor the purpose or
having tne same aajuaiea. aji persons
Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to tne under'
Uaiea secona aay 01 May, A. 1). 1811.
MINNIE MILOW. Administratrix.
Petition to Probate WIIL
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
Probate court, norK island County.
May Term. 111. In Probate.
in the matter of the probate of the
last will aod testament of William
To All Persons Whom This May Con
cern Greeting :
Nonce is hereby given that on the
ith day of May, A. D. 1311. a petition
was fiied in the probate court of Ro'-k
siand county, Illinois, asking that the.
last will and itMUmeni of William
Worth, deceased, b: admitted to pro
bate. The same petition f urtntr states
hat the following named persons ate
11 the heirs at law and legatees: Cath-
rme Worth, wife, lyai Durjlaj. avenue.
orest Park. Illinois; viii!aia Worth,
n. admires unknown; Andrew Worth.
son. adire.ss ur.kr.own.
lou are further notified that the hear
ing of the proof of said wiil has ntji
set by said court for tne 21st day ef
une. A. 1. liiii, at the hour of 90 clock
in the forenoon, at the court house in
Rock Island. In said county, when and
where you can appear, if you see fit,
nd show cause, if any you have, whv
aid will should not be admitted to pro
bate. JoHN K FLEMING.
Cierk Probate Court.
Dated at iiock Island, 111.. May 27.
McEniry sc. McKniry, solicitors.
LODGE) DIRECTOR T.
I TRTO LODGE.' NO. 57. A. F. A A. M.
Meets in stated communication
'the first Thursday of each
month at 7:30 p. m. Special for
work Thursday. June s. at 7:30 p. m.
All Masons are cordially invited, lty
order of Carlton O. Taylor, W. M.;
William B. Fettlt. secretary.
f Asaerteaa Ttssits.
ROCK ISLAND HOME'
STEAD NO. t2L Meets
second and fourth Friday
evenings at Itasello's bail
CHAR IiK a- K3SPKB,
jACkBON, UVUMT STAJfrORO Al.
torneys-at-iaw. umr in scs isiaoa
National bank building.
aioney to loaa oa s
moo ma ss
d Soa, sXety
building. Rock, Island. 111.
M. WALK KR AttOrnav;
law business; oorporatioo.
probate ana real estate taw; 111 peo
ple s Bank building. Phone west 34.
I WALKJLR. INGRAM OWVJiNWT At
torneys ana iwiiiniswis m taw asoney.
to loan oa real estate. Rooms Soe
tOs, People's National bank, building. ,
McJkNAUI MoattURT a.ttorneys-at.
law. Loan money on (00a security;
make oollecUoaa Refarenoas. Mitch
ell St Lynda, bankers. OSloe. MiiaaaU 1
m. ursu bulldlng-
FREE attractions for Fourth of July.
celebratlous; also big vaudeville cir- .
cus. Address J. N. Lempfert. 303 '
Twentieth street. Rock Island. Hi.
LET Fross do your paintirg. varnish ,
lng, decorating, ana paper nanging;
prices right, work guaranteed; an es-
tlmale will cost you nothing; 2521
LIT XOU WANT to buy. sell. traSe ef ,
rent anything, engage neip or secure
a situation, the Mali and Journal Is
the o" saper In Mollne that oaa do
-l for u. Mali aad journal wants
are popular, aad Mall and Journal '
wants bring results. One-half cent
per word Is the prlo to all alike,
casb in advance; two-cent stamps will .
do. Evening and Saturday Mail and
Journal. Molina, IlL
bxphbm Airo srroRAea.
RELIABLE BTORAQH On first floor
also manuiaoturer ot awnings, lanta,
wagon covers, etc Tents for rent. iA
Roesaler A Oo 20 Fifteenth street,;
epooelte the court bouse. Rock Island
Made In One Day.
Paid back In small, convenient install
ments: our low rates hurt our oonisatU
tors, but will benefit you. Victor Finance
company, 26 McManus building. Second
and Main streets, Davenport. North 1
A well located lot on 12th street!
paving ana siaewaiss paid fori
a snap at gwTS.S)
A six-room nouse :a bea Rock 1
Island, la good shape, nearly
new SLSO i
We have two lots on H street
and zotn avenue; east xronti
one Is corner lot; at JrrasUMi
A two-etory hous- on 6th street:
two years old; has furnace ana
electric lights UJMI
List your property wttn us.
We write Insurance; surety bonda
405 Rest building. Rock Island. 111.
JHInilblbauirdl & TTiBJBe
INS U RAN Cm AND R23AL KSTATsa
10 room double bouse, centrally lo 1
cated, 11,700. 1
5 room house, nearly modern, good
8 room house, worth 32.600. to move
6 room house, 31,600.
14 room double house. In first class
47 acre truck farm, all level, greatly
reduced price. 3125 per acre.
75 acre farm, no Improvements, 3100
480 acre farm, fair Improvements, all '
level, bV'ick rich loam. IVj. per acre.
500 acres, all level, black rich loam. '
Call for prices.
This is only a few of the many bar- ,
gains winch we have on the list. Lois
in any part of tho city; prices 1200 and .'
Blankenburg & Blankenbur.
306 BAFETY BUILDING.
We loan money, write nre Insurance,
and rent houses. Office phone west 241.
Residence pnoue west 1354.
(The Beat is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE. LIGHTNING AND WINU
Office, 1723 Third avenua RaUs rea
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
CO.MHACIOHS AS 11 BLILUEHS.
Contractor and Builder,
1404 Jiidiuioiid b tree I,
link Island, IlL
Phone West AlOO-K-
Manufacturers of Sash. Ioora Blinds
snd is lair a Interior Uniau of ail klnda .
Hurdwooa veneer flooring, ana deal-;
ere in oiasa ! auu i.igri(atfe
If you need money come to us. We
loan working men and women oa
rcif plain note, that' all.
No security. No Indoreer.
CITIZENS LOAN COMPANY
Room 6, McKlnnle block. Phone East
117. Corner lots, S a&V 4U .,
.i fXiini irji r r"s n"i i P1" -ti' ifi ii fyn