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.THE ROCK ISKAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911.
The Ar2us Daily
Let ub, then, be up and flying,
With a heart for any fate;
S:ill a-fiying, though we're dyin
Learn to mote and aviate.
Ftnd another aviator.
ANSWKR TO YESTERDAY'! PIZILE.
ITpper left corner lions In dm.
THE CASH INTRIGUE.
(Continued from Page Thirteen.)
-I - admit It." said Phillip, with a
smile, "only you or not expressing
my merit strongly enough to do tae
Id the dining room they found only
Mr. Rensselaer and her nephew. Mrs.
Rensselaer bowed stiffly to Phillip.
"How charming yon are looking this
morning, child!"' she exclcimed. "LHd
foa ever see sncb a picture of health,
"She la the goddess of the morning."
be stated, -the Tery liqueur of life,
the very spirit of pprlnj, the Tery
quintessence oj what you may call
'em. Howdy. Mis Lillian?"
10,000 TROOPS ARE READY
Boldie"s Irepre for Chicago Tourna
nieiit July 24 to SO.
Preparations for one of the greatest
military tournaments ever held in the
United States are rapidly nearing com
pletion and on July 23. the date sched
uled for the opening of the big mari
tal pageant, it is expected that more
than 10.000 regulars and national j
guardsmen will be assembled in Grant
The National Military Tournament,
which is to be held under the auspices
of the Chicago Association of Com
merce, will be in comir.and of Maj. Gen
Edward C. Young, the highest acting
National Guard officer in Illinois. Be
sides detachments of troops frorf,
other states, the First, Second. Sev
enth and Eighth infantries. First cav
alry and Signal Corps of the Illinois
National guard, the regular troops from
Fort Sheridan and the U. S. Marine
corps will participate.
The encampment, which will be of
ficially known as Camp Charles S.
I?eiitHn, will be located on the same
ground on which the big tourna-nent
was held last year. Several hutdred
carpenters and workmen are now
busy building the monster grand-
- ,i .;-.. r t s .
Unloading Pontoon Bridges for the
stands for the accomodation of the
thousands aho will view the maneu
vers. The committee appointed by General
Young to prepare a definite program
of military everts is composed of Col
onel Joseph B. Sanborn, First infan
try, chairman; Colonel Lewis D.
Greene, Adjutrat General, secretary;
Colonel DanW M. Mortality. Seventh
Infantry; Colonel John R. Marshall,
Eighth lcfartry; lieutenant Colonel
Henry A. Allen. chif of engineers;
Major John Bauder, Second Infantry;
Major Joseph C. Wilson, First caval
ry; Captain M-.urice D. Woolman,
Battery B. field artillery; Captain Al
vtn H NcNeal, signal corps; Captain
William J. Swift, hospital corps; Com
mander Edward A. Evers. naval re
serves: Lieutenant Commander Will
lam N. McMunn, naval reserves, and
John R. Young, tournament manager.
MUSIC DRILL IS PLANNED
New Army FVature to Be Shown at
The program for the National Mill-
tary Tournament to be held In Grant
Park. Chicago, July 23 to 30, has been
so arranged that in no way will the
tournament interfere with the regular
summer encampment plans of the dif
ferent regiments. The original plan
was to have the troops encamped in
Grant Park for a week and make this
tour of duty a substitute for the sum
The arrangements accordingly have
been worked out so that the Chicago
organizations will participate only In
the night displays of the tournament.
The afternoon programs, which will be
nolens Interes-dD than those at pitl J
TT . I '
will be carried out by the regulars
the marines, and the various crack
military organizations which will be
brought to Chicago from other states
One of the features of the tourna
ment. which wi;l be on ' the after
noon prcgTam, will be the performance
of the Fifth Infantry of Cleveland.
Manager John R. Young of the tourna
ment had just received a letter from
Colonel Charles X. Zimerman of the
Butts' Manual Drill.
Cleveland regiment informing him
that he would accept the Invitation c!
the Association of Commerce an!
bring 800 men to Chicago for tha
The Fifth infantry is known all
over the country as one of the crack
regiments of the national guard. It
wm brlng to chlcafro the
mental band of ninety pieces and
from a musical standpoint alone will
endeaver to outdo every other regi
ment taking part in the ournament.
The Cleveland organization will put
on the Butt3 manual, a fancy drill
which is executed by the entire regi
ment without the sid cf a single
command, every movement being
made to the accompaniment of music.
The regimen will also have a sreciaj
wall Bcallns drill executed by 400
Six Weeks Is the Limit They Will Wait
In civilization It is said that a wife
does not always add to her husband's
ease or render his life more supporta-
i ble, but up on the barren grounds the
I worst of wives would be better than
There, among the heathen tribes, if a
! man's wife dies provided he Is not
i a polygamlst. In which case, says the
! Wide World, there Is less need for
hurry he fteti marries again W.tbln
Even the Christian Eskimo widowers
are with difficulty persuaded by the
Moravian missionaries to allow six
weeks to elapse between the death and
' remarriage. On the very day after
the six weeks have lapsed the henter
j presents himself with a new bride and
1 asks that the marriage service may be
; speedily read.
j The reason is not far to seek. Tt is
saia in civilization that "a woman s
work Is never done," and far more is
that true of the helpmate of the sav
age and the semi-savage, the woman
of the barren grounds or of the Ice
edge. She makes and breaks camp,
cooks, cuts op and carries to camp her
husband's kllL She dresses the skins
of deer and seal.
She Is responsible for the fashioning
of footgear and clothes. On a Jorrney
she often paddles the canoe, and on
portage she carries a heavy load. In
fact, it is essler to write down the du
ties not expected cf a squaw than
those which by t mine mortal custom
he must perform.
A Turkish Lev Story.
A Turk knocked at his belored
doer, and a voice answered from with
in. -Who Is CjereT"
Then be answered, -It Is L"
Then the voice said, "This house
will not bold thee and ma."
And the door was not opened.
Then went the lover Into the desert,
where there Is nothing bat Allah, and
fasted and prayed In solitude.
And after a year be returned and
kEoctej at the door.
And again the voice asked. "Who la
And he said. -It is thyself."
And the door was opened to him.
When the stomach far;s to perform
its functions, the bowels become !
ranged, the liver and the kidneys con
gested causing numerous diseases.
The stomach and liver must be re
stored to a healthy condition and
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets can be depended upon to do It
Easy to take and most effective. Sold
by all druggist. .
FOR RETT ROOMS
FOR RENT Modern furnished room at
1513 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 1S07 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; at 307 Third street.
FOR RENT Four rooms at 1312 Ftfth-
and-a-half avenue, city. J. Baker.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished or
unfurnished rooms at 621 Twenty-
FOR RENT Five modern unfurnished
rooms on second floor. Inquire at
4205 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Rooms for lieht house
keeping and sleeping rooms at 219 H
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms fcr light housekeeping at sltf
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
rooms in private family; modern; at
1104 First avenua
FOR RENT Four rooms, upstairs; gas
and water; at 527 Ninth street. Ruck
Island. 6. J. Baker.
FOh RENT Furnished light house
keeping rooms; bath and use of phone;
at 2312 Filth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, modern conveniences.
at 1511 Vs Third avenua.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
rent reasonable; good location, near
car line. Old phone west 4 as. .
FOR RENT Modern furnished room.
suitable for married couple, fine loca
tion. Call old phone west 977.
FCR RENT Nicely furnished room In
modern nome; no oilier roomers; nai
fciiieentu street, Phone H03-Y.
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, suitable for one or two people;
use of phone; 531 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, with sewer, wa
ter, aiiu sets, ai ivo ruurm avcuue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
suitable for light housekeeping, ai
1101 Fourteenth-and-a,-haJ-f street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
rooms, suitable for two gentlemen
use of old phone; at 1424 Fourth ave
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
lmht housekeeping: ; modern conveni
ences; lilt; Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT A neatly furnished room
in modern home, southern exposure.
ul lu4 '1 wentielb street. Old juione
FOR KENT Nice, large, modern front
rooms tor light housekeeping; lava
tory In rooms, at 1301 Second avenue.
Old .phone west oiv.
FOR RENT Large furnished room for
light housekeeping; rent li per week.
Apply Bisbee hotel, 3112 Hftn avenue,
opposite Kock inland aepoi.
ifOit KENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, in two oi three-room
suites, on ground floor, close In; rated
reasonable; uza Twenty-hrst street.
FOH KENT HOUSES
FOR RENT A modern six-room housu
at Seventh avenue. Inquire 1431
FR RENT Modern eight-room house
on Kiglith-and-a.-haif avenue. Apply
1807 bixih avenue.
FOR RENT Five-room modern flat at
IvZ'S Seventeenth street. Inquire ZZi
FOR RENT A xaodern eight-room
house at 1218 Fourth avenue; rent S4u.
luqulre at 4Z31 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT A. seven-room modern
house at 1132 Fifteenth street. In
quire on premises after 6 p. m.
FOR RENT House or 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street, Kock Island. E. il. Uuyer.
FOR RENT Eight-room house, all
modern Improvements; also four-room
flat, witn water and sewer; at 3t
FOR RENT A six-room house, entirely
modern, located In Sears addition,
Watch Tower hill; large garden spot
and lawn; on Watch Tower car line.
Address "M. T..." care Argus.
FOR RENT A six-room house, with
acres of ground and good outbuild
ings, located on Nintn and Aiken
streets. Arply Mrs. Roseberry, la
dies' suit department. Young & Mc
Combs. FOR RENT From Aug. 15 or Sppt. 15,
a five-room house rifar Fourth avenue
car line, east end Kock Island, ail
modern, also hot water plant; adults
only; references required. Address
"JJ. T.," care Argus.
FOR REM FLATS
FOR RENT Four-room flat at 2612 H
Fifth avenue. Inquire at 632 Twenty
FOR RENT Four-room flat, with bath.
all modern conveniences, at lal2Vfe
FOR RENT Three-room flat, upstairs,
with gas, water, and sewer, at 543
Twenty-first street. Inquire 1027 Fif
FOR RENT A three-room flat, with
closet, pantry, wash kitchen and cel
lar room, electric light, and gas range;
also use of phone; centrally located,
at 1037 Fifteenth street. Inquire 1027
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; all conveniences, in
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room 100. F. KL.
FOR RENT A large barn; Inquire T09
Twenty-second street. Old phone west
FOR RENT A store, with living rooms
in rear. Call old phone west 1164-K.
Inquire 1032 Twelfth avenue.
FOR RENT A suite of two office rooms
with steam neat, over uatn a conrec
tlouery; cheap rent. Apply to Mr.
Krell or Mr. Math, city.
FOR RENT Two very desirable store
room a two rooms aaen. located at
$909 Seventh avenue, city; very good
location (or lunch room, ice cream
parlor, acd confectionery, tailor shop,
millinery, barber shop, or grocery. In
quira 643 Thirty-ninth street. Rock
Kill More Than Wild Beasts.
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number killed by disease germs. No
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in air, water, dust, even food. But
grand protection is afforded by Elec
tric Bitters, which destroy and expel
these deadly disease germs from the
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strength theyTl give you. Money back,
if not satisfied. Only 50c at all drue-gisU.
WASTED MALE HELP
WANTED A younz business man de
sires to ret In touch with real estate
firm. Address "Ileal Estate." care
WANTED Three young men to run on
passenger trains to Kansas Citv; good
pay. Inquire at 3116 Fifth avenue,
WANTED Agents: men to canvass
house to house; salary or commis
sion. Call at 1503 Seventh avenue be
tween 6:30 and 8:30 p. m. only.
WANTED Working foreman in black
smith shop; one who understands
heavy wagon work; steadv work for
right party. - Addres Electzr Wheel
company. Box A 78, Qulncy, ill.
WANTED Immediately, wood pattern
makers and stair builders. Apply
Labor Bureau. Tri-Clty Manufactur
ers' association, MUme Theatre build
ing, Mollne, IU. No fees charged.
WANTED An experienced wrapping
paper and bag salesman, living in
Davenport, Rock Island or Mollne:
salary and expenses. S. L. Schwarz
ft Co.. 1225 Wabash avenue, Chicago.
WANTED Agents; the Norfh Ameri
can Accident and Sick Beaeflt com
pany. Vrith assets of 2,000,000, has
po'.cy contracts that ars easy to sell;
commissions to agents very attrac
tive: big money for parties employed
In factories and stores who wish to
add to their income; no experience re
quired. Appry 7 to 6 p. m , 9 to 10
a. m. William A. Smith, manager, 40s
WASTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; S014 Fourth avenue.
WANTED Gitls at Parker Laundry
company, 1312 Third avenue.
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework at 614 Twelfth street.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 914 Twenty-second street.
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework. Apply at once, 736
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework. Mrs. J. B. Ingalls,
f09 Twentieth street.
WANTED Girl to assist with house
work at 7ol Iowa street, Davenport.
Old phone north 60G.
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework; good wages; tamlly of
three. Inquire 2735 Seventh avenue.
WANTED Girls 18 years or over to
learn operating; A 1 reference re
quired. Apply to manager of Central
Union Telephone company.
WANTED Four ladies, capable oi
handling a good proposition for a-i
old, reliable tirm; good salary and
expenses. Call or address Mrs. God
frey, 212 East Sixth street, Daven
port. WANTED Women to lo plain sewing
at liomp for large I'liiladtlphia firm;
good money and steady work; no can
vassing; pend repiy envelope for prices
paid. Universal company. Desk A,
Walnut street, ri:llatlclpnla. Fa.
WANTED A gasoline motor, two to
tnree horse power. Inquire at 213
WANTED By young lady, board and
room in private family. Address "X.
Y. Z.." care Argus.
WANTED Two gentlemen to room and
board in modern home, centrally lo
cated. Address "B. !.." care Argus.
WANTED To buy, furniture and stoves
of all kinds; v. ill pay highest market
prices lor second liand goods. KuiXf
Second Hand bture, 162t Thitd avtuue,
WANTED To launder, laco curtains;
work promptly caiiud tor and deliv
ered. Mrs. Luella Tit teririgton, 144 3
Fourteenth uireet old phone west
WANTED Washings to do at the Col
ored llurat Laundry, 73s rourteenta
street; excellent hanri work done; or
ders will receive our prompt atten
tion. Old phone west ull-X. Lasler.
vA.ir.i i-osuion as cnaufreur. com
mercial fsr private; rlv! years exper
ience, thoroughly acquainted will; tno
tri cities. Old phone North 363t', K.
JACOB W .HERCULES Architect and
Superintendent, Architectural Engin
eer; reinforced concrete and steel con
stiuction; oliice buildings. public
buildings, factories, residence work.
Offices, 40O-4O1 I'eople'b National
ARE YOU GOING
ON A VACATION?
Can't You Use a Little More Money?
We Are Making
SPECIAL VACATION" RATES
We will also for the months of July,
August and September loan you
ONE MONTH FREE
Call and let us explain
CITIZEN'S LOAN COMPNY
Room 6, McKinnie block, Phone
East 1187. Corner Fifteenth Btreet
and Fourth avenue, Mollne.
In a life time. So remember
the graduate by giving some
thing lasting aa well as orna
mental. We have lavalllers,' pendants
set with diamonds, pearls,
Diamond rings, coral rings,
baroque rings, something al
ways sure to please.
Large iockets long chains,
bracelets, watches, guaranteed
tr. be timepieces for life. Re
member in selecting jewelry,
buy where quality is the first
Opposite Harper House. g
FOR SALE CTTT PROPERTY
ash for bargains In cltr
property. If you have a bargain. I I
have the customers, so let's trade. .
N. Mercer, 1920 Third avenue. Phone
FOR PALE) New six room house, base
ment, furnace, large level lot, two
blocks from Eim street car. Made of
cement blocks with hard pine finish,
would cost 13,200 to build, but can
se!l at $1,900. V. N. Mercer. 192J
Third avenue, phone W 11!.
FOR SALE House, five large rooms,
barn, chicken house, level lot 60x155;
shade trees, 19 bearing fruit trefs. a
lot of grapes and berries; near Nine
teenth avenue and Ninth street: all
for JI.T.'O; w-Hl trade for lartrer prop
erty. V. N Mercer. 1920 Third ave
nue. Phone west 112.
FOR SALE Lets in Sout'i Heights,
easy terms. Inquire Charles Uller.iey
er, druggist. T34 Sixteenth street.
FOR S.VLK1--Eight-room house, corner
.Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue: easy tenaa. Inquire at resi
FOR SALE Lots In west end; high.
level: ISOi up: one with two-rom
house. 9500; street car; easy payments.
H. A. Weli
FOR SALE A seven-room house, with
furnace. cranni1 hath: lot 60x892
good chance for somebody; 2103 Sev
FOR PALE At a bargain, a store, with
nai UDOvo, loc&iea ai iiav riim nv
nue. Inquire E Thonn, 610 Twenty
eighth street; clf.
FOR SALE A 10-room house, in nloe
location, with all modern conveni
ences: on car line. Inquire at 2901
FOR SALE A nice high lot on Ninth
street and Sixteenth avenue at a bar
gain. For terms call Dr. Alfred
Stocker. 217 Safety building.
FOR SALE Five and six-room nouses.
from $1,400 to $1,600; small payment
down; 25 lots, from S890 to S460. S3
down, balance In five years. . w .
Robinson. 1454 Richmond street
Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE At 1608 Fifteenth street,
east front faclna LonK View Dork.
seven -room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace; $3,000; ono-half cash,
easy terms fcr balance; rents for $20
per month. F. K. Khoads, 100 Rob
FOR SALE Lots on Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth and Eigh
teenth avenues; cement walks; easy
walking distance of west end facor
les; terinu, small payment down, bal
ance on your own terms. Inquire of
J. O. tk-heucrman, IT U0 Slxtu street.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOK SALE Cheap, good, hard brick,
Inquire at 1012 1 irst avenue.
FOR SALE Light delivery wagon In
good repair. Apply at 3101 Four
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at once,
davenport and rubber tired but,gy
Old phone west 77-K..
FOK SALE Two-seated carriage; good
condition. Inquire of Frank Mixter,
734 Twentieth street, Kock Island.
FOR SALE Delivery or surrey horse;
weighs 1,100 pounds. For particulars
call at 7T5 Fifteenth street, or phone
FOR SALE Beautiful white Antmra
kitten, pedigreed, registered st ck
housu trained tricks. Address "O. W.,'1
care of Argus.
FOR SALE The beautiful gold coin
strain Bun Orpingtons; eggs ana day
vii chicks; catalogue free. J. H. Jo
seph. Sears. IlL
t O It b-ALli leam or horses, waon,
harness, pair of dump boards; also
top buggy. Call at 1611 Fourleeath-
and-a-iialf street at 6 a. m. or 6 p. m.
FOR SALE Twenty-foot launch, flve-
liore power engine, complete, ready
lor use; cheap li taken at once. Phone
west 410. Address 1516 Seventh ave
FOK SALE Houseboat, now on iaora
cue-naif mne east of Watch Tower:
all hard pine Interior llnluh; will make
nno H'juiniur residence. Old pnoiie
roi: SALE A bargain if taken at once.
sn.all, handsome, sorrel saddle horse.
also good buggy horse, perleclly gen
tie. Inquire ulj Twcutleln street.
FOK SALE Four-cylinder, flve-pasaen
ger touring car and two two-cyl nder
runabouts, suitable for business ve
hicles, all in good condition. W. 11.
Bollca, Z412 Mlnrd avenue.
FOR SALE LANDS
FOK SALE An 8u-ucre farm, near Sil
vis; a bargain. Keldy Bros.
full SALE lJO acres land; line im
provements; near i aytor It luge; a
bargain. l'.ei'J;' Bros.
iOH BALi: ZZ4 acre slock farm; Ham
improvements; four miles from Milan;
pnea iuu per acre, tie lay nros.
FOK SALE Fine farms in Ward coun
ty. Nurlh Dakota; neur Aliiiol. S.
Lugtnc Maltmon, 1131 Twentieth
street. Phone 1348.
iVK bALU Uoou truck tarn, la ouia
Alock isiana; veiy reasonable .rice;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call cn Keldy Bros., room
, iiJtcntu a Lyna bulldog.
FOK 3ALb tfjveral Imuroved fares la
Word county. Iowa These laruusar
levi, black sou; none mum tnaii four
lolles trom railroad. rice ranging
Irom $ 4j' to Ji per acre. These urau
are ail bargains- Wllilau. Jennings,
Kock i6l4.au uo'iia.
11 1 IN ESS Oi'I'OUI L . HIES.
WANTED A tew small Investois to
Join me In forming small company to
farm IwO acres of bekl irrigated land
in Texas near San Antonio. Land will
product $tu'j or more clear pront per
acre yea.rty. Owner will accept por
tion of the crops for haif of purcnas
price of land. Excellent chance for
safe and pruhtabie investment. Full
information tarnished. Address II. T.
bulge, general delivery, isuinsas City,
MlXTlrLg ElKCTROL T S IS.
ous Laira on face and arms perma
nently removed wltn one to sis
needles; four to six hours' work im
on with six; lrtaiiiu glvon at
borne unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A. M. Klltrtdge, Flat L
Argyis Fiats. Jirady street. Oaves
pooslia ta court uuuae. itwck laiaaa
oort. Old psoM S1$C
AiJSTU 4GTS OF TlTLk.
ABSTRACT" & c i fUtle" pi-e paTed'"oP'con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable ratea
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pany; J. J .Ingram, president; W. J.
hweeney. secretary; 200-203, second
floor. PeopU-s National bank build
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Notice ef Final Settleaaeat.
Estate of Caroline Long, deceased
Public notiee Is berebr sttven that the
undersigned administrator of said es
tate has this dy filed his final report
and settlement as such in the probate
court of Rock Island county, and hear
ing on said report has been set for July
7. 1911. at o'clock a. m.. at which time
persons interested may appear and make
objections thereto, and If no objections
are flled, sa:a report win oe apprcvea
at that time, and the undersigned will
ask for an order of distribution, and
will also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island. IlL, June 15. A. D. 1911.
JOHN L. LONG.
Luclan Adams, attorney.
Ex renter's TTetice.
Estate of Henry Jaeger, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Henrv Jaexer. lete of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before the probate court of
Rock island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
October term, on the first Monday in
October next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 13th day of July, A. D.
1911. J. B. 8CHOESSEL.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
State of Illinois, County of Rock Isl
In the circuit court of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit of the state of Illinois,
held In and for the county of Rock Isl
and. To the September term, A. D. 1911.
Eliza Doty, Stella Doty and Gertie
Prouty. complainants, vs. John Dill, the
unknown heirs or devisees of John Pill,
deceased, Hamilton Dill, the unknown
heirs or devisees of Hamilton Dill, de
ceased. Marian Dill, the unknown heirs
or devisees of Marian Dil, deceased,
the unknown owners of the northwest
quarter of section number seven In
township number sixteen, north of range
number five west, of the fourth princi
pal meridian. In the coynty of Rock Isl
and and state of Illinois, defendants.
Bill to quiet title.
To the above named defendants and
to everyone of them:
Affidavit of your non-residence and of
the non-residence of everyone of you.
havlnic been filed In the above entitled
cause In the office of the undersigned
clerk 4f the circuit court of the county
of Rock Island in the state or Illinois,
vou are hereby notified that said com
plainant have flled In said court their
bill of complaint against you on the
chancery side of saia court; that a sum
mons In chancery has been Issued In
said cause against you returnable to the
September term. A. D. 1911 of said court
to be begun ana noiaen in me court
house In the city of Rock Island In said
countv and state1 on the third Monday
of September. A. D. 1911. at which tlms
and nlar vou will appear and dead, an
swer or demur to the bill of complaint
as you may see fit.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this
6th day of July. A. D. 1911.
OEORQE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Walker Ingram &. Sweeney, complain
LOST A.1D FOUND
LOST Pension vouchers;
return to Argus offlcs.
FOUND A bracelet; owner may call at
Argus office and Identify same.
LOST At Watch Tower or on Tower
car, a pair of noseglasses in black
case. "Sure-On" style. Finder please
return to Argus for reward.
LOST A black ribbon fob with gold
medal attached; name a rank v lcii
engraved on medal. Return to Frank
Wlch at Kock Island Brewing com
pany for reward.
JACKSON. UURHr A STAFFUKD At
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National bank Duuaing.
pk-aKLIh sk MAitrtHAl.t. Lawyer.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms 4Cs and Sua, Safety
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WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
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probate ana real estate law; all peo
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WALKsiM. iUkAM SWi'lUiMl At
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Insurance. Loans a specialty. Keel
fire companies represented. Your pat
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new 6172. Office at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health ana plate glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor,
Safety building. Office phone west
b9t. Residence phone 726-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
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Terms reasonable. Hayes & Ceve
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MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS on furniture, pianos, horses.
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lowest rates. Mutual Loan company
tunlnc), room 411, People's aNtional
bank building. New phone S109; old
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WE MAKE A SPECIALTT of loaning
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designs of all kinda City store, lu7
f fr-uri avenua Telephone 1110.
TRTO LODGE. NO. 57. A. T. A. M.
Meets in stated communication
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ef Carlton O. Taylor. W. M.; William
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Largest and finest passanger steam
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Steamers due to leave Rock Island f or
St. Paul. Minn., at 1$, noon, on June $9.
July 8. 17. 2d.
Steamers due to leave Rock Island for
St. Louis Mo., 7:30 a m., on July 4, 13. .
For rates and information address C
J. Mangan, agent. Rock island.
Office, foot of Nineteenth street. Bell :
phone west 82$.
Estate of James 8. Ollmore, da
The unaersia-ned navrnsj besn an-
pointed administrator of the estate of.
James S. Ollmore. late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased. '
hereby give notice that they will ap- .
fear before the probate court of Rock
sland county, at the probate court
room. In the city of Rock Island, at the
September term, on the first Monday In
September next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend '
for the purpose of having the same ad-
Justed. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make Immediate
payment to tha undersigned.
lasted una aay or juuu, A. L. nil.
W. E. TAYLOR,
Ul'UH H. CURTIS.
hx editor's Notice.
Estate of Ben Henry Redccker. de
The undersigned navinsr been an-
polnted executor of the last will and
testament of Ben Henry Redeckcr. late
of the county of Kock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notics
that he will appear before the probata
oourt of Kock Island county, at the pro
bate court room. In the cltv nt Rock Is
land, at the August term, on tha first
Monday in August next, at which tlm
all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested tq at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted: All persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make Immediate '
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 16th day of June, A. D.
1911. HLGli E. CL'KTIS. Executor.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
Probate Court of Rock Islssd county.
To the September term, A. D 1911.
Petition to sell real estate to pay
Central Trust & Savings Bask, admin
istrator c. t. a. of the estate of Louis
Allars. deceased, vs. Sidney A liars, Don
Allars, William Allars. Frank Allars.
Jacob Waldman, and John A. Uavln.
Affidavit of the non-residencs of Sid- .
ney Allars. Don Allars and Frank Al
lars, defendants above named, having
been hied in the office of the clerk of
the probate court of Kock Island coun
ty, notice is hereby given to the said
Sidney Allars, Don Allars and Frank .
Allars that tho said plaintiff, Central
Trust & Savings Bank, administrator j
U a. of the estate of Louis Allars, de
ceased, has filed Its petition In the said .
probate court of Rock Island county for
an order to sell the premises belonging
to the estate of said deceased, or so
much of It as may be needed to pay the ;
debts of said deceased, and described as
All that part of lot thirteen (1$). in
Brashar's sub-division of the west 74 77
acres of the north one-eighth of section
eleven (11), towiislup seventeen (17)
north, range two (2) west of the 4tU
P. M., which lies west of the Tri-Clty
Railway's company's right of way, said
premises being formerly known as lota
eleven (11). twelve (12). thirteen (13).
fourteen (14), fifteen (15) and sixteen
(16), and the alley dividing them In Ed
ward 11. Uuji-r'a BUb-di v imIoii of said
lot thirteen (.13), and being now vaca
ted, situated in Kock Inland county,
Illinois. And that a summons feus been
Issued out of said court against you.
returnable at the September term, A. D.
1911. f said court, to be hoPlen on the
4th day of September, A. I. 1911, at the
court house In Kock Island, lu Kock Is
land county, Illinois.
Now, unless you. the said Sidney Al
lars, Don Allars and Frank Allars, shall
personally be and appear bttore said
probate court of Kock island county, oil
the flrst day of a term thereof, to be
holden at the court house In ths city of
Kock Island. In said county, ou ths 4tl
day of September, 1911, and plead, ans
wer or demur to the said complainant s
petition filed therein, the same and the
matters and thiiiKS ih rein charged and
stated will bo tak-ii us confessed, ami
a decree entered against you according
to the prayer ot smui iiiti.
Kock Island. IU., July 1, 1911.
JOHN K. FLEMINu. Clerk Pro Tern.
Hugh E. Curtis, complulnant s so
licitor. Good ti tuoin house. In South
Modern it room cottage, on 14th
Five room cottage on 14th ave
nue, 5 years old. newly painted,
good well and cistern SLBOe
A new modem 7 room house, on
14 street, east front, a model
Two modern 7 room houses, on
12th street .east rroru, flue ter
race, lot Tixl-o, a snap Stt,ttO
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