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THE ROCK ISEAXD ARGTJS. TUESDAY, JULY 2.
The Artfus Daily
with A STEEL. PICK.
He tried to pick the winners.
But somehow they had him beat.
But now each day
At two per day
You 11 see fclra pick the street.
Finn the bm.
ANSWER TO TESTERDAT'S FtZZLE.
Left aide down, none at neck.
Tha Human Side of New York's Great
To the man who looka from without
upon Wall street it seems a place of
deep and dangerous mystery, a region
of dens and caves and labyrinths full
of perils which threaten loss aod per
haps ruin to liini wh't enters tber.
Ahfi atlfh In t rw i inanv Inutnno 1 1 hn
. , , T, ' '.u i ,
proved to be. Iiut nevertheless there i
Is a decided human side to Wall
street. It Is perhaps the must "two
faced" street iu the world. Here men
who occupy the higtist piuuacie of
financial success and who are power
ful king. Jn fact. la!!y brush elbows
with office loys and ban It n:esscuers.
"get-rlcb-tju'ck:" highwaymen, silly aQd
pretty girl Viteuographers. curb brokers
and curb merchants and sharp ton?ued
and ready witted "newsies" with all
the motley tide that flows into "the
street" each morning; and ebbs back
again at night.
Wall street may be suid to be the
most democratic street in the world,
for all ik vast wealth. There is .
street where a crowd will gHtlicr more
quickly than there, even uiou the
smallest pretext. It may be a street
faker selling some uewfungled toy or a i
man gilding the bull on n flnim"!1
feet up In the air. A suffragette mak- j
Ine a speech would transfer prn"t!ial- !
ly the entire imputation from a dozen I
skyscrapers to the "standing room j
only in her Immediate vicinity. lint
nDless one hurries tie will not get a
good view of the fair creature, for
Minn she is hwt from view in tansies
of ticker t:ip fosse-el in rels from tlio
nearby office windows, a favorite sport
Tlkf ore on us Go fO'.rf
wlictf f.-r a u t k r tw: aiid n.
Joy o'.ir.slf on our morir-.. I'kv
US Will !l V'll TltUt!., l liillo !l
we-k. cent n K for .'.
weens .;is A tA) li-an in full.
Monthly pnynunts if deMred.
We l.'Hn money on household
goo. la. piano, live Mock, i tr..
without I'tviova!, any amount
from " " !ihi.
I'lir.ue north J4i.". !f Vou nc.-.l
uioio y, or till out tois Murk ai .1
mill Io u. o-jr onlide r.' lal jj n t
will call, at no expanse to juu.
PRIVATE. AND RELIABLE.
IlOt, Brady Street.
la vt i' port, luwa.
Old phone north 24a.
Wedr.tiday and Saturday
I'bone West 177.
Open from 8 in the
morning to 6 in the
evening, except Satur
day evenings, until 8
rOR REST MICELLA5EOCS
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; all convenience:., in
cluding t levator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room 100. F. K.
FeR RENT Barn suitable for horse or
auto. Inquire nu Twelfth averue.
FOR RENT A large barn; li.nt.lie 7 i
Twenty-second street. Old phone west
FOR RENT A store, with living rooms
in rear. Call old phone west 1104-K.
Inquire lOil! Twelfth avenue.
FOH RENT A suite of two office rooms
w,iu t lea in heat, over Math's confec
tionery ; cheap rent. Apply to Mr.
Kiel! or Air. Math, city.
FOH KENT Two very deslr&bje store
rooms, two room each, located at
ii?.'S Seventh avenue, city; very good
location for lunch room, ice crearr
parlor, at. I contec-licoiery, tuiior siiop,
n.iilineri, barticr snop, or grocery. In-cy-iire
C43 Thlrty-nmlh street. Rock
LOST AMI f Ol.VU
L iS'l" A n'.m.i'piiin
Tower para gro-iriiis.
t urn to ,ih :n- :.
i in if on itt;h
liew aid for re-
I. ..- I" --A m Kuirle n ut. ri chnrm. "F. O.
i E " ci.kih vi il on Hiime. i.ilieral re
ward for i-!urii to biuion lAffii. 230
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j r.' i I JU'' I I -II' V.
, ST on rat outing from Milan. Sat
.iltiy ni'inine. pension papers and
ill hi, i j.' .sunii-wlicti' I -t -. n Twelfth
M:. i mid S. vtnth avenue hihI Milan.
5 it nn aiiv !n .iyus olii e for
i.i.. r.ii r-'wunl.
l.i:T 1-ioss il-' ;.' ur i.iintitig. varuish-
H. . il e- rati' . iiii-i .aper hanging;
j r.: es i :bM. work ; urar. teed, an eo-;imal-.'
'ili tu.-t ju nothing; 2i21
H jttn avenue.
If" vol' WA. r to buv. sell, trade or
rf;:t iuiyt hies. ugage help or secure
a sit ut-tioii, in Mail and J itirnal is
f e only pap r in Mc line tl.at can do
H for vuu. .vail ai d Joi.ri.ai wants
mi p . .lai. and Mail and Journ tl
w;iiit3 lii lie r suits. Oc.e-raif cent
I, fr w. r.i i-i t o price to ail alike,
t.isii '-i ad vain e, twi-wnl stampt will
io. Eveiii:i4 Saturday Mail and
Ji jrt:al. Molme, I1L
M , :
; 1' tt .MEN
". Mill. r.
i i n m t . r t r
u o lit ih'- body
. iuale massif jse;
and facial mas-
,. . t ! 1-
Slice, therapeutic lights, spinal tre;:t-
o,er,t. Swedish iiinvi iT.ri.ts. etc. .I'.ours !
f : ti 1" a. ni. p 111 Henley build- I
n-g. :viit- 12. 11 in r I'oitrth and lirady !
it 1 1 1 -a v n jurt, Iowa
liLNRV GAETMJE Proprietor Chlp-
.uiio- k nurxi rv Cut flowers and
d-signs of all kinds. i"!ty store. 3w7
Si. i"ni avenue. IriiUior.o 1110.
1 lil OF I H ANKS.
WE wish to expres our sincere ratl
t to fri-iuls and neighbor.-- for
kitnlr.ess- s shown in our late bei ea e
n r.t y.r. .-n t Mrs William W.
l(eadlt-. W. H. Wise. Jr.
FOR SALE A fine six-room house, cor
ner of Thirty-Seventh street and Six
teenth avenue; furnaep, electric lis tits,
etc.; o TV red at a bsrgaln. J. L. Free
man. 1 7 1 2 Second avenue
among the trokerrtge bonse clerks.
This sort of tuiu usually takes pEace
during the noon hour, aud at that
time ail work Is suspended at the first
sound of a baud In the distance.
Everybody flies to the curb. Business
can wait In this busiest of streets for
most auytbicg before 2 o'clok. when
the chimes of Trlaity sound the rfter
nooo session and "the street" settles
down to its serious business of mak
ing financial history.
Stich Is the everyday "outside" lit
tle crooked fttreer. "with the river at
one end and a cemetery at the other."
which has seat scores upon scores to
one or the other the street with a
destiny. .Strand Magazine.
"One half the world doesn't know
how the other half lives." quoted the
"That's right." agreed the simple
! women." Philadelphia Record.
j Ons Wait,
i "What the world is waiting for." said
a man whose garments glistened, "is
! some sort of a simple, easily applied
and Inexpensive reparation that would
give a dull finish to shiny coats." New
Reason's whole pleasure ties In the
words- rfr-alth. nesce and rorantcSL
FOR RE5CT ROOMS
FOR RENT Modern furnished
at 1164 First avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping- at S07 Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 528 Twentieth street.
i FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
j room, all modern, at 2T40 Fifth nvt-
! FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Inquire 606 Twelfth
FOR RUNT Furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms at 8001 Fifth avenue, up
stairs. FOR RUNT Three modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 1000
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping and sleeping rooms at 219 is
Sevent e-ith street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room; references exchanged; at 1011
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 619
FOR RENT Furnished light house
keeping rooms; bath aod use of phone;
at 2312 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, mouern conveniences,
at 1518 Ttiird avenue.
FOR RENT Two newly furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, partly
modern, at 1523 6izth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms;
rent reasonable; good location, near
car line. Old phone west 468.
FOR KENT Modern furnished room,
suitable for married cuupk, fine loca
tion. Call old phone west if? 7.
FOR RENT Newly furnished front
j-uom, desirable neighborhood; private
family; e4 Twenty-third street
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, suitable lor one or two people;
use of phone; iiil Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, with sewer, wa
ter, and gas, at 7uo Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms.
suitable for light housekeeping, at
llol t ourteentu-and-a-half street.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light uousekeeping; modern conveni
ences; 1116 1 ourlcemu-aud-a-haii
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for llgnt housekeeping, also
sleepn.s ruoms, at 1&04 FlHU-an4-a-l.uil
FOi RENT Nice, large, modern front
rooms lor iigiit housekeeping; lava
lory in rooiiie, at liul tctuua avenue.
C'ia plionc west i4i.
FOH RENT Rooms for light house
Keeping ,also Sleeping rooms; reiit
vti) reasonable; at 1.12 Third ave
nue, Itock lbiaud. 111.
FOii RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms, modern, with use of phone;
convenient to two boarding houses;
t.1 --it klxlli avenue.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished front
room, opposite penct r snuiire; gei:
t.eliuili oniy; ki biiigie, douoie;
at iitij Inird avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern
li'uiit rooms, suitable lor two people;
Use ol oid phone; at lul'i Slxlu ait
i.if. i'hoaie west I1O6-V.
FOR KENT Kuriilulieu rooms lor light
iiouseKeepiug, In two or luree-reoin
uiles, uii fciouud ilool, Lioso in, rales
1 eusoiiai Ik, oM 1 rt eiily-Iiisi street.
Foil RENT Three rooms, upstairs, and
one iaige room downstairs, titiier
iurr.isnea or unfurnished, suitable lor
iigiil iioui-ekeepiiig, al duti ee-euLii av
FOR RENT To man and wife, or two
juun im-ii, large lurmsned front
I'lmoti, giound lloor. 1'iiune 1 2 2 u - iv,
O.'Vocona avenue, Inree blocks Irom
UU REM 1UL!ES
Foil RENT bept. 1,
rium iiouse. 'alt
n en ills'!.
rUii 3ti-..N"i' An eight-room modern
llOllc'. it. quire 113;: ct-cunu avenue.
1 11 14 u: re to.'
ni house, ail
FOR KENT A modern six-room house
at 14-i Bivtii .. ueiiue. Inquire 11J1
fee Veil (u avtnu.
r'Ult RENT Modern six-room house al
41 1" 1 orty-lourth street, inquire 4121
s 1 t-n; !, ai en ue.
rolf Six-toom cottage, city wa
it 1 anil gus. inquire vViliiaiii cieiiaar
liiiin, jil-tts Stcond avenue.
FOR RENT A modem eight-room
liouse at 121b Foul In avenue; . till 820.
I1.14u.rc at i231 Finn avenue.
Wat r and
il..l'J!Ie 41 J
.V live-room cottage, city
fcus at 1;.2j Sixtii avenue,
i seventh avenue.
FOR KENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Seveutccnth
street. Hock isiaad. E. ii. Guyer.
FOR RENT Six-room house, with wa
ter urd ejeetnc llgnt, at 425 Eighth
rtreei. lL juire 12U 'l'lurd avenue.
FOR RENT Eight-room house, all
modern improvements; also four-room
flat, with water and sewer; at i,A6
FOR RENT Two houses on Seventh
street b-tv. eeii filth and Sixth ave
nues. - juiie A. G. Craint r, lsli Sec
ond avenue. Old pnone Uti7-1.
FOR RENT After Aug. 1. seveu-room
cottage in Milan, wiln barn, chicken
jard, and garden spot. Cail at 715
Fifteenth si reel, or phone tjti0-T.
FOR RENT House with six large
rooms and hail, btmenit nt, gus, bm,
and toilet; in good condition and in
first class residence district; 1820
Third avenue. Phone west 112.
FOR RENT A six-room house, entirely
mod-rn; located In Sears addition.
Watch Tower hill; large garden spot
aud lawn; on Watch loner car line.
Inquire 2232 Twelfth street.
FOR REM FEAT
FOR RENT Four-room flat, with bath,
all modern conveniences, at lilit,
FOR RENT Five-room flat, 110 month,
at lc27V Thirtieth street. Inquire
F. L. Bilss. 1014 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT A four-room fiat; ila a
month, including heat; all strictly
modern. Inquire 1112 Twelfth tret
Old phone llal-Y.
FOR RENT Five-room modern flat;
rent 8i0. Inquire George Graham.
132i Flflh-ar.d-a-r.alf avenue. Oid
phone weft li9-l'.
BEFORE going house huating come
and see our list of vacart nou.es. We
Lave t he complete list of t-e tri-
cities, and will assist you to get lo
cated without one cent of expense,
bummerneld a. 113-11S East occcod
ABfTR iCTt OF TTTLK,
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date coverir-g any real es
tate in the county. Prompt aad ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock. Island Title Abstract com
pany; J. J .Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-jex. second
floor. Peoples National tan buiid-
WASTED MALE ttEXP
I i. -.i
WANTED Four pood bovs 14 years of
age; good pay. Call tomorrow at 7:30
a. m. at la23 Fourta avenue.
WANTED First-class cabinet makers
Good chance and steady work for
hustler. Address "M. E. R." care Ar
sires to pet
young business mac de-
in touch with real estate
Address -Ktal Estate." care
WANTED Man to take charge of door
cepartment Aiississippr, River raetory
Must thoroughly understand his work
Address M. h.. T. care Argus.
WANTED Foreman In cutting depart
ment tor ansFissinpi Hiver factory
Must thoroughly understand his busi
ness. Address II. E. S." Care Argus.
WANTED Good blacksmith, one who
understands heavy wa con work
Steady work for right partv Ad Iress
Electric Wheel Co., box A 77. Quincy
WANTED Men desiring outdoor work
to prepare for good paving, norma
nect positions; state age: send stam;
for particulars. "George H. Baker,
President." care Argus.
WANTED Four yo'ir.g men over 20
years or age to run on passenger
trains to Kansas City: must have Jlo
cash security; good pay to men who
mean business. Inquire at 3116 Fifth
WANTED Agents: the North Ameri
can Accident and Sick Benefit com
pany. with assets of S2. 000, 000. has
policy contracts that are easy to sell;
commissions io agents very attrac
tlve; big money for parties emp'oyed
in factories and stores who wish to
add to their income; no experience re
Quired. Appfy 7 to S p. m.. 9 to 10
a. m. William A. Smith, manager, 40S
WANTED FEMALE HELP
phone west 1S71-L.
Girl tM do general house
1038 Nineteenth street.
WANTED A .competent cook; apply to
Mrs. t . W. liatinson, 723 Twentieth
WANTED Reliable washerwoman to
do weekly washing at her own home
Address "P. O.. D." care The Argus.
WANTED A good frlrl to do general
housework in country, inquire at 7o-
Fifteenth street, between 6 and 7:30
WANTED Lady bookkeeper, experi
ence not necessary; steady work, good
penman. John Uate.y Co., 3ui 1 wen
WANTED Girls 1 years or over to
learn operating; A 1 reference re
quired. Apply to manager of Central
L'nion Telephone company.
WANTED To rent, by Aug. 6, a tive-
100m house, in South Heights prefer
red. Old photie west 17 75-K.
WANTED Two gentlemen to room and
board in mou-in home, centraliy lo
cated. Address "15. !.," care Argus.
WANTED To buy a second hand sani
tary couch; also two or three second
hai.d rattari'Chairs. Address Box 46s,
WANTED Married couple or two gen
tlemen t: room and !o;trd in private
family; modern conveniences; at 112S
Sen nth avenue.
WANTED Two or three modern .fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping;
dtsire good location tfist of Fortieth
street. Address "K.," care Argus.
WANTED To buy. furniture and stoves
of all kinds; vill pay highest market
prices lor eecci.J baud goods. Kn.!T
c-et oiid Hand store, IQZu Third avenue,
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly called tor and deliv
ered. Mrs. Euella littering ton, 1444
Fourteenth slice t Old p. .one west
WANTED B'indie work, also family
waiiinir and ironing, matly and
mptly dioie; t;i eall for nod oe-
er. 1.11II or address .14 Siilli ave
WANTED Wai-liinss to do at the Col
ored Home Laundry. 733 Fourteenth
Mreet; excellent hand voik done; or
ders will receive our prompt atten
tion. Oid phone west Cil-X.
WANTED To trad,
rated land near p
do. for property
'. 10 acres fine irri
I'ni town in folora
111 Molme or Rock
J K. ii.." 112S Fif
teenth street, Rock Island, IU
WANTED To rent, by Nov. 1. a seven
or e'eht-room house, with rv pnrden
spot; will iease for term; South Rock
Ishind or South Heights pi t ferrcd.
Address "11. W.,- care Argus.
WA N TED S I T L7 A TI O X 9
WANTED Position as collector for In
surance coinpuny or installment house.
Address "C-," care Argus.
WANTED Nursing by practical nurse.
Phone north 43!3-L. or address 420'-.
West Third s'.rett, Davenport.
WANTED Situation by reliable middle
aged lady as housekeeper; reier nces
furnished. Address "Housekeeper, "
CHIROS. THE PALMIST Watch Tower
park; fourth year; if you cesire u
conscientious, tellable reading- of your
bauds, consult him; he hns helped
many to solve the perplexing t;tiea
tions of life; if worried over business,
health or heart affai rs. sec ure the ben
en's of his deep knowledge of SMen-tifi..-
Falmtstry. Readings, afternoons
and evenirgs. 23 and .-.1) cents. Life
reading, with typewritten horoscope,
WANTED A lew email Investors to
Join me in forming small company to
farm 100 acres of best Irrigated land
in Txas near San Antonio. Lund will
produce $4uo or more clear profit per
acre yearly, owner will accept por
tion of the crops for naif of purciias.
price of land. Excellent cliance for
safe and profitable investment. Full
information furnished. Address R. T.
Rurge, general delivery, Kansas City,
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Suprflu
ous hairs on face end arms perma
nently removed with one to six
needles: four to six hours' work in
one with six: treatments g!v?n at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A. M. Kittridge. Flat 1,
Argyle Fiats. Kriiiy street, Daven
port. Old phone 8136.
ARE YOU GOING
ON A VACATION?
Can't Tou 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 FEEE
Call and let us explain
CITIZEN'S LOAN C0MPNY
Room 6, McKinnle block. Phone
East 11S7. Corner Fifteenth street
1 and Fourth avenue, Moline.
FOR 8 ALB CI TV PROPERTY
FOR RALE Cash for bargains in city
property. If you have a bargain. I
have the customers, so let's trad". V.
'. Mercer, 1S20 Third avenue. I hone
FOR SALE SI. 100 buys four-room
house and two lots, 60x162 each, near
Seventh avenue and Thirty-fifth
street; lots are worth the price ask
ed. V. N. Mercer. 1920 Third avenue.
Phone west 112.
FCR SALE Five-room cottage, near
Elsrhth street snd Seventeenth avenue;
attic, basement, and furnace: owner
must sell: price 81.900. I3'i0 cash, bal
ance monthly. V. N. Mercer. 1920
Third avenue. Phone west 112.
FOR SALE Lot In business dis-rict:
reasonable. Address "Lot," care Ar
gus. FOR SALE Eight-room house, orner
Twentieth street and Tenth avenue;
easy terms. Inquire at residenct.
FOR SALE Lots in South He?hts.
easv terms. Inquire Charles Ullemey
er, druggist, E34 Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE Lots In west end: high,
level: 830 up: one with two-room
house, 8"no: street car; easy pajnt.ents.
IT. A. Welt
FOR SALE A seven-room house, with
furnace. gas.and bath: lot B0x2.'2
good chance for somebody; 21C3 Sev
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located at 2735 Fifth v
nue. Inquire E. Thonn, 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE A 10-room house, In nice
location, with all modern conveni
ences; on car lln. Inquire at 8901
FOR SALE Fine east front lots on
Twenty-sixth street between S wen
teenth .toI Eighteenth avenues,
Charles UUemeyer. druggist.
FOR SALTS Five and six-room hruses.
from 11.400 to H.60O: small payment
oown; lots, from JS00 to 46.', 11
down, balance in five years. K. W
Robinson, 1454 Richmond street.
Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE At 1608 Fifteenth street.
east front facing Long view park
seven -room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace; S3. 000: one-halt cash,
easy terms for balance; rents for $20
per month. F. K. Rhoada, 100 Rob
FOR SALE Lota on Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth and ISigh-
teenth avenues; -jement walks; easy
walking distance or west end fsctor
ies; terroa. small payment down, bal
ance on your own terms. Inquire of
J. (J. Scheuerman. 17 j0 Sixth street.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Rubber tired surrey in
good condition, almost new, at 2020
FOR SALE Cheap, a Cable piano, near
ly new, mahogany case, at 803 Fif
i-Olt !ALh3 Furniture of six-room
house at 546 Twenty-fifth street.
Snap if taken quick.
FOR SALE Auto for light delivery
Call ami see it, 1123 Sixteenth s'reet.
or telephone, losu west.
FOR SALE pood feather bed fp-oose
feathers, rt 4"9 Twenty-first street;
very reasonable. Call earlv.
FOR S ALE
-Tlmr motorcycle in perfect
lias gas light and Prest-o-CaU
pliojie west 3i8.
FOR SALE A 2i-fnot launch, with six-
lioi-se power ir:isol1ne rnltie Ir.nulre
7:7 Fourteenth -and -a-lia If street.
FOR SALF Delivery or surrey horse;
weighs 1,100 pound. For particulars
call at 71 r. Fifteenth street, or photie
FOR PALE The beautiful gold eoln
-tr,iin Fluff Orpingtons; eggs and day
old chh ks; catalogue free. J. II. Jo
senii. Sours. III.
FOR SALE '"lieap if taken nt one, a
yellow headed Mexican parrot; good
t.ilk'r. Apply at Mrs; Cropper's,
V.'.itch Tower roni'.. Sears.
FOR SALE Team of horses, wagon.
harness, pair of 'dump boards; also
top buggv. Call at 1C11 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street at 6 a. m. or 6 p. nt.
FOIT SALE A porch swing, magrzlne
arid book rack; also In hie desk. in
quire Rock Island high school, ,-nan-u:
l training room, or at 231S Seventh
FOR SALE A five-passenger Ford
toiiririir car. model T 19lu. good as
new; will sell cheap If taken at once,
i .Id phone west 1214, or call at 219
Twentieth street, rear.
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, five-passen
ger touring car and two two-cylinder
runabouts, suitable for business ve
..'i.s. all In ttood condition. W. I-L
Holies. 2412 Third avenue.
FOR SALE 19-foot launch, equloped
with three-horse power engine and
canopv top. In fine condition; only
S". Also 12x14 tent for $7. Call at
7 1 r Fifteenth street ,or phone S60-Y.
FOi: SALE Yale motorcycle, mode! 'OS.
in Roo'l coruiitlon ; will pel for $'.
Also 23 weeks' scholarship in lirown's
Husiness college for $40. Inquiie at
1'20 Seventeenth street, or call west
40-K old phone.
FOR SALE Building materials, con
sisting of new and second hand t rick,
tire bri.-k, posts, inch lumber, timbers,
ereosoted shingles, etc. p. J. Lewis
Manufacturing company. Telephone
cast lleO, Second street. Moline.
FOR SALE Horse and buggy. Horse
sound, gentle and safe. Been usd bv
city sal'-sman. Rargaln If trkn at
nni e. Can be seen any time between
S a m. and p. m. at Western J'lour
Mill Co., 03 East River street, Dav
enport. FOR SALE The furniture In 40 rewly
furnished bedrooms and the res'aur
ant furniture In the Maucker notel,
corner Sixteenth street and Fourth
avenue. The place is for rent for a
term of years and is a good money
maker. Inquire of W. C. Maucker, 607
FOR S4I.E L.AXDS
FOR SALE An 80-acre farm, near 811
vis; a bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE 190 acres land; fln Im
provements; near Taylor Rldfce; a
bargain. Iteidj" Bros.
FOR SALE Fine farms in Ward coun
ty. North Dakota; near Mino. S.
Eugene Mattison. 1131 Twentieth
street. Phone 134$.
FOR SALE: Good truck farm in South
Rock island; very reasonable price;
good house and outbuildings. For
part icu'ars cail on Reidv Bro., room
4. Mitchell a- Lynde building.
FOR SALE Or trade, 216-acre stock
farm, good improvements, 12 miles
from Davenport. Iowa, and two mile
south of Due Orass. For description
address F. Benson, owner, Blue Grass,
FOR SALE Five acres fine garden s(d!.
one-half mile from B'juth city limits of
S'. Paul. Minr... with nice seven room
ho us-, l.arn. ci.icken iiou, and well.
Man can work li city an 1 make good
hvir.g on this place. price $5,750. C
E. CaidTwood. Nemport. Minn.
FOR SALE Several improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa. These fan is are
level, black soil; none more than
four miles from railroad. Prl-;
ranging from $70 to liO per acre.
Tr.tsc . farms are all bargains. Wil
liam Jeiiia !.;, Rock Llvna Lokm,
LEG A I.
Estate of Henry Jae;er. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will anfl
testament of Kenry Jaeger, late of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that h
will appear before the probate court of
Rock Island countv. nt the probate court
room, in the citv of Rock Islsnd. nt 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 attnd for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estubf r..
requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 13th day rf Jttly. A. D.
1911. J. li. 6CHOESSEU
Jackson. Hurst Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of John A. Mohr, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
John A. Mohr, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceised.
hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the rrobnte court of Rock I. land
countv. at the probate court room, lit
the city of Rock Island, at tiie Septem
ber term, on the first day of thu Sep
tember term next, at which time all
persons having claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same ad-
Justed. All persons indebted" to sai l
estate are requested to matte immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 14th day of July. A. D. l?tl.
State of Illinois, County of Rock
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. JJ, 1911.
Eliza Doty, Stella Doty and Gertie
Frouty. complainants, vs. John Dill, the
unknown heirs or devisees of John Dill,
deceased. Hamilton Dill, the unknown
heirs or devisees of Hamilton Dill, de
ceased. Marian Dill, the unfeuown ncirs
or devisees of Mariau Dill, oecr.ised.
the unknown owners of the northwest
quarter of section number seven In
township number sixteen, north of ranse
number five west, of the fourth princi
pal meridian, in the county of Rock Isl
and and state of Illinois, detencants.
Biil to quiet title.
To the above named defendants and
to everyone of them:
Alildavlt of your non-residncc and of
the non-residenco o? everyone of you.
having been filed in the above entitled
cause In the office of the undersigned
clerk 4f the circuit court of Hie county
of Rock Island in the state of III nois,
you are hereby notiiied that said com
plainant have filed in said court their
bill of complaint against you on the
chancery slue of said court: that a sum
mons in cnanctry has been issued in
said cause against you returnable t the
September term. A. D. 1911 of said court
to he begun ana noiuen 111 cue t-uuri
house in ttie city of Rock Island In said
countv and state on the third Mcnday
of September. A. D. 1911, at which lime
and place vou will appear arid plead, aii-
swer or aemur 10 uiu 00 wi eom.nui.
as you may see lit.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, tins
6th day of July, A. D. 1911.
GEOIltJE W. GAMMLIi Clerk.
Walker Ingram Ai Sweeney, complain
Estate of Timothy needier, deceased.
The undersigned having beiin ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
llnioiiiy lieecner, laie 01 iric couu y in
Rock Island, tdate of Illinois, deceised.
hereby fclves notice that he will appear
before tne probutc court of Ruck b.laiul
county, at the probate court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the Septem
ber term, on the first Monday In Sep
tember next, at which time all pel sons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend lor ine
purpose of having the same adjusted.
AH persons indebted to said estate are
requested to ma.ve immediate pa) mum
to the undersigned.
Dated 18th uay or July, A. u. laii.
J. D. BEECllKK. Adii.iiiistrut ir.
James W. Mauckci-. attorney.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Catherine Wilson, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given thai tlio
underslKiied, C C. Wilson, administra
tor of said estate, has this day filed ills
final report and settlement as sucu in
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, and hearing on s.un report na.-i oeen
set for Sept. o, l'jll. at y o cloc-K a. in..
at which time persona lnieresieu may
appear and make objections thereto,
and If no objections are lib d, said report
will be approved at that time, ami me
undersigned will ask for an order of
distribution, and will also asH to be dis
charged. Rock Island, III.. Juiy i, mil.
C. C. WILSON, Administrator.
petition to Probate Will.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
Probate Court, Rork Island county.
July term, 1911.
In tlio matter of the prooate or ttie
last will and testament ot Mary bum
mers, deceased, in probate.
To All Persons W hum iuiS juay con
cern Greeting :
Notice is hereby given that on trie
19th day of July, A. D. 1911, a pe
tition was (lied in the probate comi ot
Rock Island county, Illinois, m king Hint
the last will and testament of .Mary
Summers, deceased, tie admitted in pro
bate. The same petition lurther ttau-s
that the following named persons are
all tin; iieli s-at-law and legatees: Hugh
SumSaers, Winnie L:n4ts. Willie r lood,
Father Haningari, Fatner Trey.
Vou are lurther notltl'-a that trie nenr-
intc of the proof ol said V. ill has been
set by said court for the Gtn day of .Sep
tember, A. It. 1911. ai me nour ot y
o'clock lu the forenoon, at the court
house in Rock Island, in said county,
when and where you can appear, if jou
see fit, and show cause, if any you nave,
why said will should not ie aamim-a lo
probate. John e. h-emlnu,
I ' I IV X I uumo K,J Ui V.
Dated July 19, 1911.
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, attorntys.
JACKSON, HURST & SiAFi ORD At-
tornej s-at-law. umce iu mock island
National bank building.
SEARLE 4c MARSHALL -f- Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real otate
security. Rooms 302 and 803, Safety
building. Rock Island, IU.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attoiney;
general law business; corporation,
probate and real estate law; 311 Peo
ple's Bank building. I'lionu west 349.
WALKER, INGRAM & 8 WEENE i At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms 2'o
203, People's National bank building.
McENIRT & McENIRY Attorney s-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. References, li. len
til & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
6c Lynde building.
PLEAS ENT F. COX Real Estate and
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Beat
fire companies repi earn ted. tour pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 22, aiul
new L172. OCice at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate felas;
real estate and loans. Second tour,
Safety buildti.g. Othce prion west
996. Residence phone 726-K. Open
Wednesday aud Eaturoajr evenings.
WE WILL BOND YOU Eiecutora. ad
Diinlstrators', gaurdians', trute-a' or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lodge and
society officers; city, state or (J. ti.
government officials; contrac tors, po
sitions of trusl; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except bail bond;.
Terms reasonable. Hayes Sc Cleve
land, resident managers. Fidel ly It
Deposit company of Mnrybi.il
EXPRESS AI STORAGE.
R7LTBLT)Rrit&On flrst floor;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc. -Tents lor real. G.
w...ir s Cu, 2v9 l;Rtfcntb street.
TRTO LODOE. NO. 67. A. F. A. M.
Meets in stated communication
the first Thursday of each
month at 7:t0 p. in. By ordes
of Car'ton C?. Taylor. W. M.; William
Tt Pettlt. secretary.
STRECKFl'S STEAMBOAT LINI
cessor to the Diamond Joe Lin steam
ST. LOUIS TO ST. PAUL.
Largest and finest passenger steam
era on the Mississippi river. Herviia
Steamers due to leave Rock Island foi
St. Paul, Miun., at 12. noon, on June 29
J uly 17, if .
Steamers due to leave Rock Island fo
St. I.ouis Mo., 7:3J a. in., on July 4. IS,
For rates and information address C.
J. Var.gRti. agent. Rock Island.
Othce. foot of Nineteenth street Bell
phone west 828.
Estate of James S. Ullmore, de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap-
OfvintAit ilmlniKtrfttni- or 11. a t a I nS
f Janu s S. cilimore, late of the county of
Rock Island, stale of Illinois, deceased
I hereby give notice that they will ap
I pear before the probate court of Rock
Island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
September term, on the tlrst Monday tri.
September next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said eslata
are ne-tiried and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same ad-'
Justed. All prrsons Indebted to said es
tate ure requested to make immediate
payment to the undei signed.
Dated 22nd day or June. A. D. 191L
W. E. TAYLOR
HL'UII E. CURTIS.
State of Illinois, Rbck Island Coun
Piobate Court of Rock Islasd county.
To the September term, A. D. 1911.
Petition to sell rcul estate to pay.,
Central Trust Savings rtasx. admin
istrator c. t. a. of the estate of Louis
Altars, deceased, vs. Sidney A liars. Don
All.us, William Allurs. Frank Allars
Jacob Wuldiiiini, and John A. Gavin.
Al!idavit or the lu'n-residenee of Sid
ney Allars. Don Allars and Frank Al
lars. defendants above named, 'having
been tiled in the ofllce of the clerk oC
I he. prc bate cr.urt of Rook Island coun
ty, notice Is hereby given to the aald
Sidney Allars. Do:i Allars and Frank
Ailuis thai the said plaintiff. Central
Trust & Savings Rank, administrator n.
t. a. ot the estate of Louis Allars, de
ceased, has tiled Its petition in the aald
prol ate court of Rock Island county lor
an order to sell the premises belonging
to thu estate of said deceased, or so
much of it us may be needed to pay the
debts of said deceased, and described as
All that part of lot thirteen (18), la
lJrushur s sub-division of the west 74 77
acres of tiie north one-eighth of section
eleven till, township seventeen (17)
north, rau&o two (2 west of the 4th
P. M., which lies west of the Trl-CTty'
Railway's company's right of way,, said
premises bein formerly known aa lota
eleven 111), twelve (12). thirteen (1),
lonrlctn (14), nfteen (13) and sixteen
(lti), unil thu alley dividing them lu Ed
ward II. Guyer a sub-division ot aald,
lot liiiiie-eu (13), and being now vaca
ted, situated in Rock Island county,
Illinois. And that a summons has been
issued out of said court against you,
returnable! at the September term. A, Lt.
1911, ot riald Court, to be holdcn on the
4th day ol September, A. D. lull, at the
court house m HurU island In Ruck Is
land county, Illinois.
Nov., unless you, the said Sidney Al
lars, Don Aliars and Frank Allars, shall
pcisonaliy be and appear beioro sud
probate court of Rock island county, ou
li. e hr.it uay of a term thereof, to tn
hidden at tlio court house in the city of
i'.ocli Island, in said county, ou the 4tu
uay of September, 1911, uud plead, ans
wer or demur to thu said complainant's
petition bled tliereln, tlio nuiiii) and the
mutteis and things therein charged and
staled will be taken us confessed, and
a decree- entered tigaliift you according
lo the prayer of said bill.
Roe k Island. 111., July 1, 1911.
JOHN E. t LEM I No. Clerk Pro Tern.
Hugh E. Curtis, complainant's so
licitor. Wanted to Buy C'ovcs, Furni
ture. Carpets, Rugs
and all kinds of gboda of valua at
Kd Willluuibou'B. I will pay more
than any other dealer. Telephone
Webt lb&8. 1&2 Second avenue.
JB&ie&SiWiSi LIB Ei2)E323
Good 6 loom house. In South
Modern a room cottage, on 14th
street f 3,000
Five room collage on 14lh ave
nue, 6 ye-ais oiu, newly painted,
good Well and cistern SI ,900
A new modern 7 loom housu, on
H'.i street, cast trout, a model
Two modern 7 room houses, ou
lth street .east front, flue ter
race, lot ixlJ0, a snap S,AOO
WE WRITE INSUi-ANCii
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FIRE, LIFE. LIGHTNING AND WUtU
Office. 172S Third avenue. Rate rest,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL,
t O.NTRAt TORS AMI BtlLDUikl.
Contractor and Builder,
1454 lUciinioiid birevt,
Koik lalarvd. 111.
Phone Wet lid6-K.
John VHIk & Con
Manufacturers of Bash, Doors, Ellas
and fotaira. Interior 11 tush of all kinds.
Hardwood Veneer Flooring, aud aenl
rs in Uisnta 111 and 324 ElghtM.uia
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LOANS on furoltui", pianos, torses,
wagons, etc, quie kly, privately, at Vt
loweit rates. Mutual Loan company
(ui.ine ), room 411, People'a aNllonal
bank building. New phone tlv; oid
phone west 123.
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in a quiet way. Call on us for quick
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