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TITE ROCK ISEAXD -ARGUS. THTTR SD AT, JULY 27, 1911.
The Artfus Daily
Tell me, ye heated winds
That round my pathway whistle.
Know ye a summer inn
Where mortals do not sizzle T
F lad ln-keeper.
Preper aide tip, at cost tall.
. Ghosts Without Heads.
; Speaking- of jrnosts. the London
Chronicle riy that "headless coaches"
are fairly nntnerous ia England. The
most famous Is th one that drlve-s
one a year, on the anniversary of
Anne Poieyn'n execution, up the ave
nue at Bllckllng. her Norfolk home.
The coachman find the four hordes
have not a head letweon them, and
Anne's own is not upon her shoulders,
but ah holds it in tier lap us she sits
in the coach nil in white. At the hall
door the whole nppnritiou vanishes.
Anne's father. Sir Thomas, also rides
in a coach drawn hy headless horses
r.n"e a year, and liN rid is niuch more
exciting than his l:iut;bter's. lie has
to crosa forty county bridges during
the nhrht and a company of yell Ins de
mons pursues the coach to keep the
hornes RoiriR. Hut how do the horses
hear the noise if they biive no ears?
A Shadow Fifty Miles Long.
The peuU of Teuerife projects a hupe
shadow stretching npward of fifty
miles across iht deep and partly eclips
iPS the adjoining island-:. L'saetjernt
fd shadows of ir;iui(-tise size are com
monly sti'ii in many other pi;i'-s. On
the Harz tiii.uutuHis the so called Spec
ter of the Brocken throws irijTnntic
fcliadows of tiiounlniri climliers into the
Uy. rejwiitinj; every movement made
by them. The sr.uie occurs on t!ie
summit of I"amh:.niarca. in IVrn.
On the tops of Alpine peaks and on
the summit of V.tu I.omond. in SWt
!au1. r.ists in out case and rarefied
ulr In t!ie other explain these optical
i!his( ins. The snii.e c auses produce
t'is olorec Kli'idovrs. vnr.i ir.g at each
l:o;.r of the day an.! tracenhle to the
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PRIVATE AND RELIABLE.
I -averj ort. Iowa
t: . re :.-rth Of-T. .
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a:d .ituidty tven-
I'hone West 177.
Open from 8 in the
morning to 6 in the
evening, except Satur
day evening's, until 9
TO YESTERDAY'S PCZZI.E.
LOST A.D fOVSD
FOL'XD Money; owner may have mon
ey bv railing at Argus office and
I.O.ST A monogram ring- on Watch
Tower park grounds. Reward for re
turn to Argus office.
FOl'XD A necktie pin set with unfin
ished stone. Owner can obtain same
at this office by paying for ad.
FOt"NI A blooded fox terrier; owner
n recover arle by calling at Argus
office arid proving ownership.
LOST A small silver (New Entfland)
watch, between Fourtn and Sixth av
enues arid Nineteenth and Twentieth
streets. Return to I. S. White. Hartz
A- Hahnsen company, for reward.
LOST On car coming from Milan. Sat
urday morning, pension papers and
dlscnarn some where between Twelfth
street and Seventh avenue arid Milan.
j'lea.x return same to Argus office for
LET I'ross do your painting, varnish
ing, decorating, and paper hanging;
pro.es right, work guaranteed; an es
timate will cost ou nothing; 51
(IF VOL' WANT
to buy. sell, trade or
engage h -p fcr secure
a situation, the Mail and Journal is
tnc or. ly paper in Moiine that can d)
it for you. Mall and Journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants bring results. One-ralf cent
per wcrd is the price to all alike,
cash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mail and
Jc jmal. Moiine, 111.
AO'TIItfl'I oir xri'Lic.
AHSTKACTS 'of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate in the county. Frompt au.l ac-
urate- service at reasonable rates.
I;o.-k Jslar.d Title & Abstract om
.i:iv: J J .Ingram, pre."id-nt; W. J.
hncenry, secretary; 2o--cJ. second
;'ot. I'eoples National banit bwild
irg. FOR HEM .
AUK you looking for a house or vacant
rooms? Then come in and see our
list. Ntariy e : ry vacant house In
the trl-cltlc listed with us. No
ctarfc-.-. b u:n:nt r neld'f . 113-115 East
Seeo..d street. Daveuvort.
fiisj-.ersiou of the so!ar rnys. Scientific
As to the Fireplacs.
The sides of a fireplace should le
well splayed or beveled in order to re
flect the heat, says Arts and Decora
tion The back should lean forward at
the top for the same purpose, and the
fireplme should not be too deep. A
projecting chimney produces an efTeot
of pfjvf.irijr the guest nway. whereas a
re'edlns; one beckons him nearer to
e:;joy the hospitality of the open fire.
For this reason the Intrlenook thnt is.
the fireplace built iiiro the wall of the
room la especially cory and attractive
A Bird Mystery.
Afer years of sttidy devoted to the '
tcplr Professor Alfred Newton of Cam-
bridge sratcl that wiihout dotibt bird '
m!jr;it!on is ihe greatest mystery in j
tLe entire animal kincdom. "a mys- j
tery." he added, "that can be no more
explained by the modern mm of sci
ence than by the stirip:e nih'ded sav
age of antiquity.
Has Flag 121 Years Old.
i rraped on tt porch of W. T. Den
; niston of Spokane. Wash., is a nation
al flap which has been in Mr. Pecris
ton's family for J21 years. The fag
, w'iioh i made of buntinc tnd n'
hand sewf-d. was made in 170O. It is
the criminal national flag- of the thir
' teen T'nited States of the rerol'ition
, hav'.ujr thirteen stars and thirteen
Wsst Indies English.
The moot question as to why ScKllb
is spoke as she Is has apparently been
settled by a colored mammy of the old
school. In a recent visit to the West
Indies she accompanied her mistress
! and after returning repaUd her envi
ous neighbors with rivid accounts of
"In (!em Wes Indies." she remarked,
"dey don" talk Unahted States. No.
suh. dey don'. Dey talks Xoreln an"
English Enslish. yes. nh. An' dat
Fjis'.lsh dah ain't de same as what we
all talks. No. suh. Dey says down
dah. dey says, 'ain't' for 'ain't' and
"cahn't' for 'can't an' such like doLa's.
Tes. sua.. An' you wan" to know how
come dey talk dat fool talk? Why.
suh. when ne English done busted
away funi de Ucahted States dey was
so "shamed dey'd evah belonged to us
dat dey trahd to get eben. an Jes ont'n
spite dey done chac? de prononnce
rcent of de whole Unfoije."-Sr. Loula
FOR REM ROOMS
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 1104 First avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for llg-ht
housekeeping at 307 Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for lisjht
housekeeping. Inquire 608 Twelfth
FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnlsh
, ed rooms at 3001 Fifth avenue, up
stairs. FOR RENT Three modern furnished
rooms for lipht housekeeping' at 1000
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping and sleeping rooms at 2191a
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room: references exchanged; at 1011
FOR RENT Furnished light house
keeping rooms; bath and use of phone;
at 2312 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Two newly furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, partly
modern, at 1523 Sixth avenue.
FOR REXT Modern furnished rooms;
rent reasonable; good location, near
car line. Old puone west 4.
FOR RENT Newly furnished front
room; desirable neighborhood; private
family; 544 Twenty-third street.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms
for lie,'ht housekeeping, also sleeping
rooms, at 643 Sevtnteentn street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, suitable fur one or two people;
use of pno&e; 531 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, witn sewer, wa
ter, and gas, at 7uo Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping, at
llul 'ourteentn-and-a-haif street.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping ,alao sleeping rooms; rent
very reasonable; at lil2 Third ave
nue. Rock Island, Hi.
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms, modern, with use ot plione;
convenient to two boaralng houses;
at 221 1 Sixth avenue.
FOK KENT Furnisiiea rooms for light
nuuseket'ping, l.-. two or three-roum
aunts, on ground ttooi, ciose In; rales
naao.iat le, Jjt i Heaiy-nret street.
FOR RENT To man and wife, or two
youtsg men, iare furnished front
room, ground Hour. Phone 122U-K,
Oa Second avenue, three blocks from
FUH UE.M HOl'SKS
FOK KENT Sept. 1, new modern seven
room nouse. Call evenings, ass-lx-
Full KLNT An eight-room modern
house, inquire 113 Second avenue.
FoU KENT New Sii-roora house, ail
modern. inquire 3:i Twenty-aim
FOR KENT A modern six-room house
at seventn avenue, inquire 1431
Foil 111. NT Modern six-room house at
41. 1 Hij-lu-.itiii street, inquire 41-1
Fult KENT Six-room cottage, city wa
it r and nas. inquire William Sciiaar
nian. itii-.-z Second avenue.
FOK KENT A modern eight-room
House ul liis i-ourlli av enue, . enl 3u.
Inquire at aii x'Htn avenue.
FOR KENT A live-room cottage, city
ubL.i a:. a K t l..'-o S..ih avenue,
lr.q !:- 4i-l C--e.elllli dttue.
FOlt KENT House of 11 rooms, mod
uli improvements; iloi bt veiileentn
siieet, i;K is. .aid. iL Ciuyer.
FOK RENT A modem seven -room
i:ou.--: at l37 1 u iity-sec'nd street.
iniui-c lTi.1 Twcii. -eighth street .
FOlt KENT Eight-room house, all
mud'.rii improvements; also lour-room
flat, witti v. ater and sewer, at 530
i 'A-eli m sli ti t.
FOK KENT Two houses on Seventh
street Iji-iKo M i n Hi and tfixtli ave
ii . li.-jutre -i. o. i. runn r, 1813 sjec
avente . Old pneue U'i-1'.
FOlt KENT Alter Aug. 1, seven-room
lottate in Mlii.il. V, itu barn, cnicken
yard, and g.aucn spot. Call at Jli
ir iitLt-ntu .:rt:---i, or pnonu tt.u-1.
FOK KENT A six-room house, entirely
ir.odei'i.i lo' ili J in Si-ars addition,
Walrn Towei i.ili; large garden .-pot
and lawn, on Wat h i ow er car line.
1:. jU'le T.v ,Itu street.
FOK KENT Completely furnished
Caiiipneil i.ianl i.uUds', mam river
side, v.iih t'.-u'.i. .v. :. Vinton, aiiT
T.'.irtreoln avenu..-, Moiine. ili. Old
piioi.e ea.: . Ti. t.ei'-re o p. in., or call
east ."-i in t;e t vi :iing.
1 Oit UU1 F1.A1
FOU KENT--Five-room f.at. J10 month,
at K'Ji'-t; ililrtieti. street. Inquire
1-. I.. i-.i5-i. i'.i iwtntiet.'i street.
FOK Hl'M'- A (our-room flat on Third
uv n ji:. cti.uaiiy -o ated; sewer, as
and water, rent tl. Inquire at bit
r nteit.ti: street.
FOK KENT A tour-room flat; J15 a
mont:;. im-ludmg htat; all strictly
m"dem. lr.i lire 111.: Tw elf til street.
U.d pi:. i e 1 1 ! - V .
FOK KEN l i We-iooiu modern flat;
rent -inquire Oecre tiraham.
1-i:th-ai..i-a-iiaU avenue. Old
puor-.e i e. : lvi'J-V.
FOU HEX r ilISCEIXASEpCS
FOR KENT In Kobicson building, well
lighted offlcee; ail conveniences, in
c. !..:. eievsti r service, roomy vaults,
e;. cne choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Appiy room luu. F. iC
Foil I;KNT FUirn suitable ror horse or
auto. Inquire 1 r 1 'J Twelfth avenue.
FOR RENT A store, w.th living rooms
1.-. r.cr Call old ;.!i'jIi west 1164-K.
Ir.Qire 10-.: Twtiitn avenue.
FOR KuNT A suite of two oihce rooms .
v . -. beiii i - -, Mi ' . evui ee- ;
tionery, cheap rent. Appiy to Mr. j
Kreli or ilr. Math, city.
Fi.KAii.NT F. CON Rcai Estate and
ir.suran. e. lA.aiii a specialty. Best
nre coinpr.ie rt presented. io:ar pat
ronage MuiulrU. i no.'ies west ti. and
new Ohe e at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, l.ealtn and plate glass;
reai estate and loans. Second noor.
Safety bUii'in-.g crhce piione wet
tri. Iteittt.nce phone 72i-K Open
Wednesday and Sal-rdaj- evenings.
WE W1UL, BoND YOU Executors, ad-
min.&iraiors . Kai.tu.anv, trustees or;
anr kind ot juGitial bonds, lodges and j
rociety orhcers-. viiy. iate or U. 3.)
government othoia.s. contiaclors, po- j
a, lions ct trurl. in tact, ar.y kind of!
bond you want leictpl bill bonds.
Terms resi'Uiue. l.)t a: C.eve-'
land. re.dei.t manager. Fldel.ty &
DP-Sit company o Maiyla.-.d.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. I
WANTED A few small Investors to
Join me tn forming small company to I
farm Ivu acres of best irrigated i.r.d j
produce $4aJ cr more clear pront per
acre yearly. Owner will accept por
tion of the crops for half of parcha
price of land. Excellent chance for
aa'e ar.d proruao.s investment. Full :
Information furnished Address R T. i
Purge, receral delivery, h ansae City, !
WASTED MALE HELP
WANTED First-class cabinet makers
Good chance and stearty work for
nustier. Aaaress al e. R. care Ar
WANTED A young business man de
sires to gt In touch with real estate
firm. Address "Real Estate," care
WANTED Man to take charge of door
department Mississippi River factory.
Must thoroughly understand his work.
Address "M. E. T." care Argus.
WANTED Wood pattern maker; apply
Labor Bureau, Tri-City Manufactur
ers" association, Moiine Theatre build
ing. Moiine. 111. No fees charged.
WANTED Foreman In cutting depart
ment for Mississippi River factory.
Must thoroughly understand his busi
ness. Address "M, E. S." Care Argus.
WANTED Good blacksmith, one who
understands heavy wagon work.
Steady work for right party. Address
Electric Wheel Co., box A 77, Quincy,
WANTED Men desiring outdoor work
to prepare for good paying, perma
nent positions: state ape; send stamp
for particulHrs. "George H. Baker,
President." care Argus.
WANTED Four young men over 20
years of age to run on passenger
trains to Kansas City; must have S15
cash security; good pay to men who
mean business. Inquire at 3116 Fifth
WANTED Agents; the North Ameri
can Accident and Sick Beju-nt com
pany, with assets of 12,000.000. has
policy contracts that are 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 8 p. m.. 9 to 10
a. m. William A. Smith, manager, 408
WANTED FEMALE HELP
phone west 1371-L.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 201 ill th avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work in family or three. Address,
with references. "Z.." care of Argus.
WANTED Reliable washerwoman to
do weekly wasnings at her own home.
Address "P. J. D.." care The Argus.
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework In country. Inquire at 752
Fifteenth street between 6 and 7:30
WANTED Girls 18 years or over to
learn operating; A 1 reference re
quired. Apply to manager of Central
L'nlon Telephone company.
WANTED A oompetent girl to do gen
eral housework In family of three
grown persons; with or without wash
ing. Apply at 1013 Nineteenth street.
WANTED Girls over 15 years of age
to fold circulars; an attractive plan.
Call at once. Brown's Business col
eite. Second avenue, opposite post
office. WANTED Women canvassers for the
highest class line of toilet prepara
tions. Call between 9 and 11 a. m.
Konney Shop, Faye Hough, 511 Best
WANTED Situation to work on farm
hy industrious man of good habits,
who is experienced in farm work.
Address "X. Y. Z.," care Argus, for
WANTED Position in coal ofnee; have
had experience In weigning and buy
ing coal and grain. Address K. V.
Aekerson, t-4 Nineteenth street. Mo
WANTED Dressmaking by the day.
Inquire Miss Kalherine. . Shaver, fill
WANTED Five or six-room modern
cottage; couple without children. Ad
dress "Cottage," Argus.
WANTED Plain sewing; children's
clothing a specialty, t all 221a Fifth
avenue. Phone west 17a!-V.
WANTED Two gentlemen to room and
board in modern home, centrally lo
cated. Address "B. L.." care Argus.
WANTED To buy a second hand sani
tary couch; also two or three second
hand rattan chairs. Address Box 4i.
WANTED Married couple or two gen
tlemen to room and board in private
family; modern conveniences; at 11ZS
WANTED Two or three modern fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping:
desire good location east of Fortiotn
street. Address ' K.," careArgua.
WANTED To buy. furniture and stoves
ot all kinds; will pay highest market
prices for second nand goods. Kniff
teconJ Hand store, 1625 Third avenue,
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly called for and deliv
ered. Mrs. Kuella Tltterington. 144 i
Fourteenth street Old puone west
WANTED Bundle work, also family
washing and ironing, neatly and
promptly done; will call for and de
liver. Cail or address 214 Sixth ave
WANTED Washings to do at the Col
ored Home Laundry, 7S Fourteenth
street; excellent hand work done; or
ders will receive our prompt atten
tion. id phone west 611-X.
WANTED To trade. 10 acres fine irri
gated land near good town in Colora
do, for property in Moiine or Kock
Island. Addreos "J. F. R.." 1128 Fif
teenth street, Rock Island. Hi.
WANTED To rent, by Nov. 1. a seven
or eight-room house, with a gar.j-n
spot; will lease frr term; South Rock
Island or South Heignts preferred.
Address "IL care Argus.
ClilliOS, THE PAL.MIST Watch Tower
park, fourtn year, if you desire a
conscientious, i citable reading of jour
hands, consult him; he has heiped
many to solve trie perpiexi.-ig ques
tions of life: IT worried over business,
health or henrt affairs, secure the ben
efits of his deep knowledge of Sclen
ti.ic palmistry. Readings, afternoons
and evenings. 2a and S. j cents. Elfe
itad'.ng. w.ta typewritten horoscope,
EXPHES A5D STORAGE,
KEXAjZuLE STUHAGEOn flrTtfloor
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc Tents for rent. G.
Roessier Co.. j9 Fifteenth street
ARE YOU GOING
ON A VACATION?
Can't You Use a Little More Money?
We Are Making
SPECIAL VACATION RATES
We will also for tfce months of July,
August and September loan you
ONE MONTH FREE
Call and let us explain
CITIZEN'S LOAN COMPNY
Room 6. McKinnle block. Phone
East 11S7. Corner Fifteenth street
and Fourth avenue, Moiine,
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE Lot in business district:
reasonable. Address "Lot," care Ar
FOR SALE Eight-room house, comer
Twentieth street and Tenth avenue;
easy terms. Inquire at residence.
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
easy terms. Inquire Charles Ullemey
rr, druggist. 634 Sixteenth street.
FOR 8ALB Lota In west end: high,
level: tsno up: one with two-room
house, $50: street car; easy payments,
IL A. Weld.
FOR SALE A seven-room house, with
furnace, gas.tand bath; lot 50x892: a
good chance for somebody; 1103 Sev
FOR SALE! At a bargain, a store, with
fiat above, located at 2738 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twenty-
U eighth street, city.
FOK SALE A 10-rooni house. In nice
location, with all modern conveni
ences: on car line. Inquire at 90I
FOR SALE Fine east front lots on
Twenty-sixth street between Seven
teenth and Eighteenth avenues.
Charles Ullemeyer. drugglst-
FOR SALE A fine six-room house, cor
ner of Thirty-seventh street and Six
teenth avenue: furnace, electric lights,
etc; offered at a bargain. J. L. Free
man. 1712H Second avenue.
FOR SALE Six rooms, basement: level
lot: two blocks from Elm street car;
J1.700. $700 cash, or will take vacant
lts. balance $14.40 per month. V.N.
Mercer, 1920 Third avenue. Fhone
FOR SALE Five and six-room houses,
from $1,400 to $1,600: small payment
down; 25 lots, from $$00 to $450. $2t
down, balance in five years. E. W.
Robinson. 1454 Richmond street
Phone west 1166-K.
FOR SALS At K08 Fifteenth street,
east front facing Long View park,
even -room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace; $8,000; one-half cash,
easy terms for balance; rents for $20
fer month. F. K Khoads, 100 Rob
FOR SALE Two-story six-room house,
thoroughly modern and in fine condi
tion; corner lot; with sewer and wa
ter connections for two more houses.
Two blocks from Long View park.
All for $3,000. V. N. Mercer ,l2t
Third avenue. Phone west 112.
FOP SALE Lots on Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth and Eigh
teenth avenues; cement walks; easy
walking distance of west end factor
ies; termn, small payment down, bal
ance on your own terms. Inquire of
J. G. Sc-heuerman, 1790 Sixth street.
FOR SALE MISCEI.UAJVEOUS
FOR SALIS Pope-Waverly electric. In
good condition; $300. Inquire 1516
Fourth avenue. Phone west 394.
FOlt SALE A 20-font launch, with six
horse power gasoline engine. Inquire
737 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOR SALE Delivery or surrey horse;
weighs 1,100 pounds. For particulars
call at 715 Fifteenth street, or phone
FOR SALE The beautiful gold coin
strain Buff Orpingtons; eggs nnd day
old chicks; catalogue free. J. H. Jo
seph, Sears, I1L
FOR SALE Cheap If taken at once, a
yellow headed Mexican parrot; good
talker. Apply at Mrs. Cropper's,
Watch Tower road. Sears.
FOR SALE A second hand National
cash register, two seeond hand coun
ters, a cashier's booth, and one print
amount. For particulars call west Z3.
FOR SALE Team of horses, wagon,
harness, pair of dump boards; also
top buagy. Call at 1611 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street at 6 a. m. or 6 p. m.
FOR SALIi A porch swing, magazine
and hook rack; also table desk. In
quire Rock Island high school, man
ual training room, or at 2318 Seventh
FOR SALE A flve-passcngtr Ford
touring car. model T 1910, good as
new; will sell cheap If taken at once.
id phone west 11114, or call at 219
Twentieth street, rear.
FOR SALE! Four-cylinder, five-pnssen-ger
touring car and two two-cylinder
runabouts, suitable for business ve
hicles, all in good condition. W. II.
Holies. 2412 Third avenue.
FOR SALE 19-foot launch, equipped
with tiiree-horse power engine and
canopy top, In fine condition, only
$:.. Also 12x14 tent for $7. Call at
715 Fifteenth street .or phone 60o-Y.
FOR SALID Yale motorcycle, model 'OS.
in good condition; will sell for $f,).
Also 23 weeks' scholarsnip in Brown's
Business college for $40. Inquire at
l2o Seventeenth street, or call west
44'J-K old phone.
FOR SALE Building materials, con
sisting of new and second hand brick,
fire brick, posts, inch lumber, timbers,
creosoted shingles, et-. F. J. Lewis
Manufacturing rompany. Telephone
eaKt 1100. Second street. Mohiie.
FOR SALE Lease and furniture of
Hotel Klrtland. Woodhull, 111.; 26
rooms, steam heat, electric light, city
water .and garden; business good;
will sacrltlce for cash; good reason
for selling. F. W. Klrtland. proprie
tor. FOR SALE The furniture in 40 newly
furnished bedrooms and the restaur
ant furniture In the Maucker hotel,
corner Sixteenth street and Fourth
avenue The p. ace is for rent for a
term of years and is a good money
maker. Inquire of W. C Maucker. ,07
. Best building.
FOR ALE LA(DS
FOR SALE An bO-acre farm, near SI1
vis; a bargain. Re'dy Bros.
FOR SALE 190 acres land; nnt im
provements; near Taylor Hlue, a
Largain. P.eidy Bros.
FOR SALE: Good truck farm In South
Rock Island; very reasonable price,
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call on Reloy Bros,, room
4, Mitchell & LynJe bullditg.
FOB SALE Very choice land in tl.o
torn belt of Iowa; some exception
ally good bargains; see or witie us.
prices from $j to IliO an acre; au'.o
moblle service; write for list. Boiton
A: Co.. Cedar Rap.ds. Iowa.
FOR SALE Several improved farms lr.
Worth county, Iowa- These farms aro
level, biack soil, none mote than
f our miles from railroad. PrP-es
ranging lrom J70 to IJCi per acre.
These farms are all bargains. Wil
liam Jennings. Kock Islani house.
MASSA'iE FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Mrs. K- W. Miller, graduate mut'-uK;
t.ectric vibrator treatments, vapor
baths, scientific body ar.d facial rr.as
S3(?e. therapeutic; lights, spinal treat
ment. Swedish movements, e'.c. .Hours
from 10 a m. to S p rn. Ilea cy bu:ld-
K. suite 12. corner fourtn ar.d Bradv
streeta Davenport, lo wa
i M l. i.iin.h r.L-r-i i t.tjii ssi.t aupernj
; ou. hairs on fa ;e and arms p. rrna
i nently removed witn one to six
j needies: four to six r.ours work ;n
one with six: treatments given at
! horns unlets otherwise desired. Ad
dress Miss A. M Kittridge. Flat 1,
Ar;yle I'lats. Brady ttrtet, Davenport-
Old phone J13.
IIENRT QAETHJE Proprietor Ohlp
p.anock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store. Iw7
Second avenue. Telethons Ilia,
Estate of Henry Jse-r. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Henry Jaeger, late of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
de-ceased, hereby gives notice that ho
will appear before the probate court of
Rock Island countv. at the probate court
room. In the cltv of Rock lslsnd. at the
October term, on the first Monday in
October next, at which lime all persons
having claims against said estate aro
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate M
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 13th day of July. A. D.
1911. J. B. SCHOESSEL.
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, deceased
hewhv krives notice that s.'ie will appear
before the probate court of Rock Island
county, at the probate court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the Septem
ber term, on tl:e liist day of the Sep
tember term next, at which time all
rersons having claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same ad
Justed. All persona indebted to sai I
estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 14th day of July. A. D. 1911.
State of Illinois, County oL Rock Isl
In the circuit court ot the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit of the state o Illinois,
held in and tor tlie county of Roek Isl
and. To the September term. A- D. li'il.
Eliza Doty. Stella Doty and Oertie
Prouty, 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, lie unknown heirs
or devisees of .Marian Dill, deceased,
the unknown owners of the norlhwot
quarter of section number Sfven in
township number sixteen, north ot range
number five west, of the lourth pr.nci
pal meridian, in the county of Km k Isl
and and state of Illinois, del ciidauts.
Bill to quiet title.
To the above named defendants and
to evi rvone ol tueiu:
Affidavit of your non-rcsldence and of
the non-residence of everyone of you.
having been filed in the above entitled
cause In the o.'hce of the undersigned
clerk d the circuit court of tiie cou-ity
of Rock Island in the state, ol Idiuols,
you are hereby notiti'd tnat said com
plainant' have hh-d in said court their
bill of complaint againtl yoi. on tlio
chancery side ol' saia court; that a sum
mons in ciiamery has been issued in
said cause against you returnable to the
September term. A. I 1911 of said court
to be begun and hlden in the court
house in tiie city ol Kock Island in said
countv and state on the third Monday
of September, A. D. 1911, at which tlino
and place you will appear u-:d plead, an
swer or demur to tho bill ct complaint
as you may see fit.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this
6th day of July. A. l. 1911.
ClEUIUil-: W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Walker Iu-jrrani & Sweeney, coinpluln
Estate of Timothy lieectur, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator ol toe '.state --f
Timothy Hecchci, .ale ol" the loamy of
Rock lMand. si. ilc Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that ho will ppear
before me pi'obale court of Koch island
counly. at t:,e probate com i room, m
the city of Rock Ishw. !, at the i-;c;w tu
ber liirii, on in- i.i.l .Monday iu .'!'
t em her next, at w..t. h t.mc. ail ;erauiis
having claims uaii.st said estate arc
notified and requested to uu-iid lor Hie
purpose ol haviiiu; Hie same adjusted.
All persons indebted t. said ci-iatc are
requested lo make im niedm lo l ay meiit
to tlie lllide I si;? n d.
Dated lilli day of July, A. I'. 1911.
J. D. BKECIll'.K. Aun.iiosUalor.
James W. Jiiiunkt" alioiiicy.
Notice of Final rttleuient.
Estate of Catherine Wii-on. deceased.
Public notice is hereby kivcii thai tlie
undersigned. C C. Uil.'Hi, adin i u..-.U a
tor el said estate, haa tins day died hK
final repot I and .-el Ucio n I .s u u ill
the probate court oi Kock island 'uni
ty, and Inarms on .-'il i upon has b- ell
set fof S- pt. '. l'-'ll, at it o'clock a. in,
at Which lime pel son.-, inli .' .sted may
a'.pear and make objections tlo rcio.
and lr no objections an- nn-.i. aa -. .. ijii
will be approved at tiial lime, and tbe
Ulldcl'slnned Wl.l a
-M. 11- nil oni r ot
, ii. ai:-o a.K to be iii-
chai -;i d.
Rock Island. 111., July IS, 1911.
C. C. WILSuN, Administrator.
By virtue oi an execution 1-sio- l out
Of tun eifik's oiine ol ll.e cn.-uil court
of Kock Inland coi.i.ty, and male oi
Illinois, and lo me d.re. t d, wio r by 1
am command'-d to iiuio: tie- amount of
a, certain judnrmM n-eenliy obtained
against Harry K. Scl.reinet- in tuvot ol
the Kock Is.l.hd County A I.M i :i"t com
pany, a ' orpor.i Hon. out ot Jmcl.-t, tene
ments, noo m ami ch.tltel.-i of li'c ::ild
Harrv 1.. S. i.rem. r, 1 have I'-vo 1 on the
tolloCvihK .1- ti 1 pr'ipert"- , l-ttt.
Ui.il hall ol i d emiil (Si. iii k
nine (it), in that part ot tie. i-y of l! lv
Island known as atci ca.bd tiie Onl or
Original Town, situated in Buck 1 dand
Therefore, i" cording to eaid cornni iiid,
I sl.n.l expose f..r saie at pubu ad---tion,
all tio- r:l.t, title ai,d intf t m
li,e above liaiio -i liar.- y l. S'-ni'eiin r l'
arid to the ahov. d. cci It" d pioj.ei'iy. at
10 o' lot k a. in. on 1- rid .y, li.e I m.i d.t
of August, A. 1 . Kill, al the, o.si oo 'i
of the court bouse in Rock i.-lus.'l coun
Dated at Ro: k Island, III., this 2itli
day July, A L. Kill.
o. Ij. liltl'Niili.
Siieriff of Ro. k l--:and i.o,,niy.
I'rtlllyu to I'roliule Will.
State of Ii..noiy. Kok K.ai.d Coun
ty s .
1'iobate Court, Kock 1'lai.l county.
July term. ijll.
In the matt, r of the piobale of the
i.i. t v. i.i l:.u i-.ti.'i!...-i of -Mat siuni-
I 11,1 TS, ! CM.i d. i'l It bl.le
'i An l'e..o..a V ;.cw i:. -on-
ctrii creeling :
I Noll o is hereby given that on the
I liln day ol Juij, A. i. iJil. a pe
j tilit.n was :.ied in t..- pr.-hae court of
! it ,ck Isi.ir, 1 co u !'.', iiii'.o.a. a. ,na liiat
the Ian l an- tc-1;.. '..-:. t o; ..! n
. irnrj.er.-i. o.- - ai-' u. '.. ,.u ...-'. i ' d to jro
- bate, 'li.e ame p-tit.oi. i -i r cun.
: l:.al t:.e f-i.. ,:::t.t, i. 'I 1-' are
'ad the l.tir.'-ai-ia'..' an-l i-Ka'.e a. ii n
Summers. Wu.t.in hinSn. ' i iooJ,
itair.er r lar..ign. i r Tr- y.
Vijij are K.rii.'r n itiii-d that the !i ar-
ir.g of the piool ol a..d v. ;l. l.aa htn
! S'-t by said ciMtt the in day "i'S' i-
! ten. her. A. 1. I'.'il, at the ho ir ol 'j
lot .O'k in the : .ten. ,',;.. at t..e oirl
i bou In It i li isiut.-t. m fill counly.
i when and i "ti i uti ..ppeai. if o:i
'see lit. and kf.ow -ae, if any ou nave.
Why ld.il tllo.i'i hot he a'lli;:!'.t(l to
probate. Jifii.s i. i l.i.ill.S'lj,
) r k l'ro.ja'e o ir t.
Dated July :.i l.
Jaj.kso;.. iii.'.t .-I. nd. attorneys.
V H O f ' E S S I O N A I . A 1 I 0 1 1 .M . V . .
JACkeON. Ill K.-i'i" .if Ar i'biilj At
torriey s-ai-ia w . o. in 1". k iiai,u
Nai.ohai iini, c i.j i.t.
3 CARL I". Ji MAl'.siiALL i-iwyii.
Money to l'-aii o.i j-u re, i eU'.e
i cui ity. ;o'-::.- 2 an 1 .J, .-.ai-.-ty
j bU.'.dihii. l'.J--jt i l i.
WILLIAM 11. WALKER Attomy.
! t.r.-r:-: L, .1 is . :. e a . I HI , jr.itiufl.
' probat' and rea. titalt lav,, i.i i'eo- !
j pie's Bank bn.ding. i-:.oi.e 4l Zi t.
I WALKER. IN'jKAiJ t; b .'. h.Si,!-- At
! torneyis ahu t'i...o'.i i at i.i a. -n-y
I to ioa:i on real ea'.al iCii:, ivu-
2'j3. peop.e s Nat.ona.; Urm bunding.
Moi.:TRV tc ilLMKy Attorney s-at-taw
L'an ruo.-.ty oil '-'4 security;
make c,i..ii'iiii I;.Ierer c, s, iKlcr.
ell dc J-ynde, bankers. OC-e, iiiicheii
4t Lytiwv baiidiiiaV
TRJO LODGE. NO. 57. A. F. & A. M.
V Meets In stated communication '
CsK th ant Thursday of each
t month at 7:30 n. m. By orde
of Carlton O. Taylor. W. SC.; William
B. Pet tit. secretary.
BTRECKFl'S STEAMBOAT LINE Suc
cessor to the Diamond Joe Line steam-
PT. LOns TO ST. PAtL
Largest and finest passenger steam
! ers on the Mississippi river. Service
! list class.
' Steamers due to leave Rock Island for
; St. Paul. Minn., at 12. noon, on June 29.
Juiv N. 17. 26.
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. Kock IMund.
O ITice. foot of Nineteenth street. Bell
phone west 326.
Estate of Adam J. Nyquist, deceased.
Tlie undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of th last will and
testament of Adam J. Nyquist, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby given notice that
he ill appear before the probate court
of Kock island county, at the probate;
court room, in the city of Urk Island.!
at the tidier term, on the first Mon-I
lay in October next, at which time allj
persons having claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to St
tend for the purpose of having the ssme
adjusted. All persons Indebted to said
estale are requested to make immediate
payment to li.e undersigned.
Dated this 2th dav of Julv. A. D. '
U'll. IIJA1..MAK E. NVOl 1ST.
Grant Hultberg, attorney.
Pub Ilea tloa Not Ire.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
I'robate Court of Rock IslasJ county.
To the September term, A. D. 1911.
Petition to sell real estata to pay
Central Trust & Savings BasR, admin
istrator c. t. n. of the estate of Louis
Aliars. deceased, vs. Sidney Allnrs, Don
Allars, Willi. mi Aliars. Frank Aliars.
Jacoi Waldnian, and John A. ti.ivlil.
Allidavit or the non-residence of Sld-ne-
Aliars, l'ou Aliars and Frank AI
lai s. deleitdatits above named, haviu.r
been til.'d in the otllco tif the clerk oC
tlie probate court lit Rock Island coun
ty, notice Is hereby given to th" said
Sidney Aliars. Don Aliars and Frank'
AHars that tlie said plaintiff Central,
Trust Ai Savings Bunk, administrator r.
t. a. ot tho .stall of Lotus Aiiars, de-'
ceased, has tiled its petition in the said
I'robate court of Rock Island county for
an order to sell the premises belonging
to the e.-tatc of said deceased, or so
much of It as may be needed to pay tho
debts of said deceased, and described as
All that purt of lot thirteen (IS), In
lira.-.liai s si.b-d. vision of tlie west 74 77'
acres of tliu north one-eighth of section
tleven till, township seventeen tl7
north, ratine two '- west of tiis 41111
P. M.. wiii. n lies west of the Trl-CTty.
Hallway's company's tight of way, said,
pi t ini.-es being lormcily known as lota
eleven till, twelve tl2. thirteen (13).
fourteen 1 14), flfteen tl ") and sixteen ;
(lb), and Hie alby dividing them in Ed
ward ii. Cluyir's t-ub-division of said
lot tiiirteen (13 I. and being now vaca
ted, situated in Kock lilaud county.
Illinois. And that u, summons tins bei ii
indued ont of haul court HKHlrist you.
l et urnalde at the September term, A. D.
Kill, ol said court, to be hoi, leu on tioi
4 Hi day of September, A. D. lull, at thu
cour t ii.niM' lu Ko.-k la'and, in Rock Is
land counly. Illinois.
Now, unless you. the said Sidney Al
iars, Don Allais and 1 rank Aliars, shall
pi isonally be and appeal belore suld
probate- court f Ro.-k Island county, on
the lust day of a term thereof, to lu
hold, n at the court house in the city of
Kock Inland, lu said county, on the 4 r ii
day of plem 1m i , i'jll, and plead, ans
wcr or d iiiur to the said coin pla I nan I'M
petition til'-d therein, the same and this
matters and Hiiiikh therein chanted and
stated will be taken ns coiifessnd. und
a dei ree entered ngaiii.et you according
lo the 1'iayiT of ,aid MIL
Rock Inland. III.. July 1, 1311.
JOHN E. 1 l.EM 1 Nii, Clerk Pro Tern.
IliiK.ll 1.. Cuius, complainant's so
licitor. Wanted to Buy f'?vcs, Furni
ture, Carpets, Rugs
a lid all kinds of goods ot value at
E1 Willianiuon'a. I will pay more
than any other dealer. Telephone
Went 16SS. I.ri2a Second avenue.
JBanpaScaa lei Hobiscs
Good 0 loom house, in South
iielKhts 91 "SCO
Modein 5 room cottage, on 14th
Five room cottage on 14th ave
nue, i yeais old, newly painted,
good well und cistern ll.DOO
A new modern 7 room house, on
14 '.i slieet, cu?t Iront, a model
Two modern 7 room houses, on
ltii street ,i-iifcl front, line ttr
lace, lit I.'.Jli'l, a snap M.OOO
WE Wit IT K INSl-KANCE.
4 i0 BKST BLDG.
(Tli Best Is th Chaapest)
FIKii LIFE. L1UI1TN1NO AND WiNU
OfHcs. 172s Third avenue. Rates raa
sonable. ROCK ISLAND. ILL,
COMIiACiOltS A NO UlILUCHs,
Contractor arid Builder.
l ItiiliJuoutl buett,
iUiik isUnU, Hi.
I'bone West lioo-K-
JJaka Vls & Co,
CON T RACTOKS AND
Manufacturers of tsssb. Doors. Ollnda
and fctairs. Interior nmsh of ail kinds.
Hardwood Venter Flooring, and dsai
rs In O.a.a 211 and Hi Lliimt
SIONLV lO IOA.V
LO A N ri on f-rioiure, pianos, horse.,
wagoi.s, etc., i ii kiy. prlvat'ly, at the
lowest lates Mulal Loan company
(Ui.ir.c). room 4il, Peoples s.Mio.al
bank P -.lining. New pniie llvt, oi ti
phone wtst lit.
WE MAKii A fcPKCTALTY of loaning
motitr on ho'jsenoid goods, horses,
wagor.w. etc.. without removal an-1
In a qjiet way. Cail on us for quick
loans Fidelity Loan company, roo:u
4u J" Best bn.i-ihg.