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THE ROCK ISITAXD AHGTTS. FRIDAT. JULY 28, 1811.
The Argus Daily
ABOUT THE RAIN.
Lo-vn patten the rain
On riant and tree.
On meadow and lam
And also on me.
riad another unfortunate.
AWER TO YESTERDAY'S Fl ZZI.l
Itisht aide down, at rljEht band.
FroMMi of the Ni!?J.-nal mu-'
sim in WasbitiKton is a craf-sman in! tnA e eiepnant to a awnn?.
a trad.- with pnWr the nmallest h of tLem Wrwmtn weeks of tech-coxap-tition
in the world. He is th-' nlcal skI!1 apparently out of all pro-
official "ron ninu' of the p verument.
or, in other words, tlie n-rt in charcc
of the worii of lo.-nnn:.', articulating
aii'l mountiusr h!; t-!-f i at the muse-1
urn. a trnde by itself and one rejuir-j
lag Infinite patience end preat tecbai-l
tal skill. j
The removr.l of the National mnsenm!
from the old to V:f iiw Imildlnp has
res ui ted In the divi-ion of fck-l-tons
beins piven farcer tmrtrs, arid Uie wires, springs and metal braces. Ai
display has been arranged so us to though these do not show, it is neces-
Kire it mrre prominence than ever. To,
'mpiories or the museum anil many I
visitors this division is known as the
IVrliaps t!:er- is m.t the attraction
In it for th" aver::;'" vKltor that there
1s in the display f mounted animals
and the 1,1 cases of ethnological'
jrroups. but It N one of the most re-'
markable collect i n in tlie whole mu-
eeum. Mr. Scollick lias l.e.n in chanre1
of this work for venrs. The display!
In the museum is largely his work.
I-OST A Xlt FOlU
FI'NI M"ti y; owner may have nion- I
y liv i ull;nn at Argus oflk-e hnd '
lrtv ij-.iz 5iiro.
FOfXM A nffktit" pin ?rt with ur.ftn
Iwlied -tont-. I Hvn.r a:i obtklii ha Hu
nt ti;1 ! l.y dig for ad.
J"OI"NI -A tilooi'.i-il fnx !-i rler. owner
can riTOH-i s;i m! by i-.iI.Iil: at Argus
t.f!l'- and prvjrg nw!:er(.fili.
l. 1ST I ita TtteatH Slsna frat pin. on
Kim s!r-t i jii. or en Third avenue
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. . tun ti AriiM etli. e and '
Ill" r.il i w:T 1.
l.osr- A mr,:,ll ?:lvfr (New Englan.lt
w.n. r. ii. lw.,;; K -uj tit ,im Milh iiv-
.i i.d Nineteenth and Tweniieth
-ir.-.i- K. .: ! to I. W hile Har'.i
iV l'.,i!.i:e:i ci.-n nil n v. ii.r rewani.
MIM Kl.i.AtKOl S.
EE T hrun d v.'ur painting, varnish
lug rall.ig. aiid patr hanging;
prn.es iigi t. werk guaranteed, an es
timate wiii cvti uu nothing, 41.1
k' KM' WANT to bjv, fell, trade or j
lent m n t .i 1 114;. engage li j. or i-ure '
a ? .'. . it. 01.. t.': Man and Journal is j
tue lapii ,:i .Mulnei that can do j
it tor ou. Alail and Journal wants
Hfe ii.'i'.ilar, and Mail and Journal J
i-nis i.riug rru.. o..e-raif cent
iu r c rd is t':e rtee to a l a. Ik. ,
1 an 'a adaiue, iwi'-.i-nt slainpH will
10. Eeiin.g aiid isaluiday Mail ana
Jc jrnal. Moisne. 111.
AUS I tt C :
MiSTKAi'TS .f title prepared or con
tli.u.o to dale covering any real cs
U.i' :n the county. l'rompt and i-
1 irate s rvn e at reasonable rates. ;
I.... K Island Title A; Abstract oir-!
I an . J J Ingram. preMdent; W. J '
S.v.ec-y. secretary; 2U'j-03, s.cond'
f.... 1 -I. , , . 1 .1 Vvllniml 1,11 I, 11 hlllM. !
1.A1IIKS' TAILOR A1 DltKSS
M A ki:k.
.. II. t;it.ltIK.
KsUMisheJ 1(2. I'i one 733.
Priori tailored suits and gowns for all
Ci-ca.n!!" Exclusive and original ue-
Skiis Advanced styles and perfect tit
K i.ara lit i . d. Fancy dressmuklng and;
laboring tangiit.' Corsets expertly fitted, i
;. l'utnmii buildti.g. !aver.port. la.
k!l.l.Ill'EK CLECTROLTflS. j
Ml" ET 1 rTLEcTKCdTYTlS
. us luiiie 011 face and arms rmt- j
rty removed wnn one to six
needles; tour 10 si hours" work in:
n.- with sin. treatments given at
home unless otherwise desired Ad- '
.irtiu Mis A M Ivittrldne. Klat 1 :
Argyie Flats. Fr.iay street, leaver.-;
lHrl. Oid-yhone 31i.
MA.s-SA.JE FOK MEN and WOMEN.
i I r. - . 1 1 , -k,iuuatir liiaNcup' ,
t.eitiie ;lrat.r treatments, vapor
IkiI'is. s.lentlr.c bvdy and facial mas
sage, tilers peutic lignts. rpmal treat
ment. s;tiJiiii mover.ier.ts. etc. .Hours
from 1 a. m. to p m. Heniey build
i.ig. suite U. corner Fourin and Brady
fitreets. Davenport. Iowa.
WANTED A few small Investors to
join c:e la forming small company to
farm ltd acres of best irrigated land
in lexas near an Antonio, land will
produce ttuO or more clear pront pr ! nj Sepp tht FL S Lorer a caroen
aore ear.y. Owner wlU accept por- ' nlr aive .mi r- o. Eorev, a carpen
uon of the crops for haaf o( purchase i ter, of MariUa, N. Y., always carries.
price of land. Excellent chance lor
safe and profitable investment. Fall
Information furnished. Address R. T.
Bulge, general delivery. Kansas City,
EXPRESS AD STORAGE.
KEIJAeLe STORAGEOa "nrst floor:
also manufacture of awninga tents,
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent. U.
Koessler 4s Co, 269 Fltleench street
ThP "hlblts ranef all tlie way from ;
portion to the finished result. Tho-gb
there is more labor in the work, the
larger skeletons ere tie easier to han
dle. The collection includes elephants,
rhinoceroses, horses, gorillas, the lar
ger monkeys, all borta of deer, man
himself and many mammals.
Wires, Springs and Braces.
Every bne in these b?g skeletons
has to bo drilled and articulated -Tith
eary that they be put in place with
matnematiai precision to give me ;
natural appes ranee. And then, too,
everything must be pcionliflcaliy just j
so. It is this which makes the finished '.
work apparently so easy, but in reality
so difficult. j
The smaller skeletons, like lizards,
small fish, bats and snakes, are not
hold tof-tht-r by wires. Their own
cartilage dried in place is used to hold
them together. This is on- of the
many reasons why a skeleton that is
dried and mounted is never boiled. I
Not only would the boiling make the ,
bones fall apart, but it would drive in ;
ih. ..fnua rH Tnbu tho .np. T-ollnw '
the one thing not desired. The flesh!
is taken off the raw bones with a i
scraper and tht'ii the bones are care-j ,,es. inquire a. u. Oaiiu r. lsu Sec
fully washed clean of grease with gas-; ond avenue. Old phonv
Acids nre ri't used at all ex
cept on rare occusions to remove a ;
Carelessness Is Fatal.
Great care must be exercised in the
drying and blenching of the lnes. This
cannot be done in a hot tmn, because
the hc't sin will crack th bones, as it
will seasoning wood. Fro:n a
artisfs viewpoint the best bleaching ;
weather Is a gray, "drizzling day, when j
j there is no danger of the sun getting
j in its Uaniag'ng work. Sometimes the
' bones develop black streaks, but this
' can usu.tily be rea.edied with the
j use of dilute ammonia.
From be"-riun!ng to end the whole
j skeleton cleaning por-ess is tiresome
j and is said to "get on the nerves"'
worsf thtin anv other form "f speel-
, . ,
men iuouti'iing ( allien i u ai iue um-
scum. Wicks of ( leaning are regnired
, 10 prrpor.? soujc 01 tue siuui. uu ."(- ,
1 t.ir.s. st:ne of which have to be mount-'
: el agMiast glass to keep them prop-!
1 erly assembled for dlsplny. The bat J
I Skeletons, with their L.tisr. delicate .
wiaiis. are also Diountcd iu this way.
SONG AFFECTS A TRADE.
"Steamboat Bill" Increases Supply of !
"If Stesmbcat 15111 had not made I
uob a Lit with the negroes iu all j
parts of the Mississippi valley we )
steamboat men would have bevu spar- j
ed much trouble. As it is, so many j
want Jobs that there are net enough!
, , ,, :
places for them. i
This was the observation of a New
Orleans etetimloat mini recently. The
chorus of Steamloat Hill' runs:
Steamboat P'.'.l. SteamtKist Fill.
Steaming down the Mifsissippl.
S t earn bos t Hill, a mighty man was he,
Sttamboat Hill steaming down the Missis
sippi. Going to fceat the record of the Robert E.
It has not been long sine the aieam-1
ers leaving New Orleans bad the
grealor - t dlSeulty 111 hiring TOUSt
abouts to handle the cargoea of
freight. Suddenly, the mate aay,
i they were literally besieged with ap-
plications, and ther attribute the fact
to the song "Steamboat r.lll."
A mate on one of the river packets
arriving in New Orleans said;
The men say tbey want to get Into
the steamboat business and declare
that they are Indifferent as to the
points on the river touched by the
packet or bow long they are gone."
A Peek Into Hj Pocket,
would show the box of Bucklen'a Ar
"I have neTer had a cut, wound, bruise,
or sore it would cot soon heal. he
writes. Greatest healer of burns, boils,
scalds, chapped hands ar.d lips, fever
ores, skin-eruptions, eciema. corns
and piles. 25c at all druggists.
All the sews all the tail
FOR REXT ROOMS
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 110; First avenue.
TOR ReJtt Neatly furnished sleeping
rooms at 1400 V Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 307 Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping-. Inquire 80s Twelfth
FOR REXT Three modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 1000
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping and sleeping room at 219 Vi
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room; references exchanged; at 1011
FOK RENT Furnished light house
keeping rooms; bath and use of phone;
at 23K; Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms;
rent reasonable; good location, near
car line. Old phone west 4s!.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeep
ing, at 1112 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Two newly furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, partly
modern, at 123 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Newly furnished front
room; desirable neighborhood; private
family; 544 Twenty-third street.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms
tor light housekeeping, also sleeping
rooms, at 643 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, suitable for one or two people;
use of phone; 531 Twentieth street.
FOR KNT Three furnished rooms for
lit, Lit Housekeeping, with sewer, wa
ter, and gas. at 7un Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping, at
llul t ourteenm-and-a-iiali street.
FOR KENT Modern furnished room,
suitable iur one or two people; use ol
phone, itl 7 0t Seventeenth, street. Old
p.ione We.-'. llil-X.
FOK RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms, modern, with use ot phone;
convenient to two boarding houses;
ui Z.l'i r-ixth avenue.
FOt KENT i'uru.suea rooms for 'light
lioustaceping, n. two or three-room
sullen, on giound iloor, close in, rales
reasonable. ut J. wenty-nrst street.
FOK KENT To man and wife, or two
yuuiijf moa. large iuruiai.tj front
roum, ground Hour. i'lione 122U-K,
Us n'Miiil avenue, three blocks from
lou iiKM iiotses
FOK KENT Sept. 1, new modern seven
I'Aini nouse. Call evenings. sss-K.
FOR KENT An eight-room modern
tiuust. inquire Hi:, second aveuue.
Foil KLNT A modern aix-room house
ut 14-1 fceventn avtiiuc. Inquire 1441
FOK rhnt six-room cottage, city wa-
ter una gas. iimmre v iiiuiu tochaar
n'a:'' ''"' b""d avenue.
FOrt KENT A modern eight-room
liuuse ul i-li 1 uu; In dvcuuc, . cut fJu.
Inquire at lol i-iliu avenue.
FOK KENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; lluU Seventeenth
street, lluik Isiaud. E. li. Guyer.
liENT A modern seven-room
house at 1 wi hty -second street.
Iiujuiip 17J1 Twent -elglun street .
i.' i .it i. i." v r ...... 1 .. . ..........
i.ouse at M6 T -eiity-iourta street,
Inyuire at Twenty-tirst street.
FOi4 KENT Eight-room house, ail
modem impi c -veineiiis; also four-room
Willi water and sever; at uji
l'OK KENT Two houses on Seventh
slli-t'I Ut-tW.-.-n h'lltti Jirtii S(vl)l ax.--
FOK lit.NT Alter Aug. 1. seveu-room
eottuae in Milan. Willi barn, cnickeu
iiid, and fcaiUen spot. Call at 71 j
l ilteciitn street, or pnuiie btiu-V.
KOR KENT New double house on
Eighth -Hiid-a-half avenue, between
'i w en t y -1 1 run and T nt -111 la
slmi.-, ah iiio.it : n. lii'i iiie at m
'1 wti.ij -tilth slni'U
'OK l.l.NT A ii-v-roiin house, entirely
iri.iil. if' l.it.l'il 111 f-..l Mli.iltli.rt
Uutch rower hill; iarse garden fp.,t
and lawn, on Wai- u 'i ow t-r cur i;ne.
Foti KENT Completely furnished
. a:ni't,i l; island c-tlagea, luaiii rlver-
iUc wiili bwatp. A. O. lnion, b 7
Thii'eeiitn iivcnii", .doline, ill. tjid
I iiuiie east ,"i7 . beiore 7 p. iu., or call
at 64.. -K. .n tn- evening.
FOIl HE.NT H.A
FOl: j'.h.M - A four-room fiat on Third
uv t ri'ie. l enlialiy located, sewer, gas
a t.u waU r ,
r iliec-nii. tti
li.'l 111 e at s Z i
KOK KENT A four-room Hat; $15 a
inuiua- uu-luaing in. at, all strictly
mod. rn. 1W iweit th street.
Oei pnone li.l-i.
FOK HENI E:ve-room modern flat.
lent - J 1 . ( .1 1 1 V.. VI , a Kllillklll-
iw-u jr 11 ui-aioj-a-na.i ifcnue.
! pnone wesi loj-V.
I 1UH HEM MIX.K' I.ANtOlS
! FOK KENT In Kobinson building, well
iignled omctf, all convenient es, in
cluding tievator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one cuultc suite w Kn large pri
vate vault. Apply room loj. h . K.
FOK KENT Harn suitable for horse or
tJt, i,wu.re isiu Twelfth avenue.
! FOK KENT A store, with living rooms
in rear. Call old phone west 114-K-
Inquire 1Q-2 Twtllth avenue.
FOK KENT A suite of two office rooms
with steam neat, over Math s confec
tionery, cheap rem. Apply to Mr.
Kre.i or Mr. Math, city.
pleasent f. cox Keai Estate and
insurance. i.. m yei.iii)r. nest
tire coiupaaies represented. lour pat
ronage solicited. 1 I. ones west ii. and
new ilii. OCice at court house.
BENNETTS Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health ana plate glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor,
talety building. O.Oce phone west
S6. Residence phone 726-K- Open
Sednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL, BONi IOC Executors, ad
ministrators', gaurdians', trustees' or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lodges and
society ofheers, city, state or U. d.
government officlaia; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bend you want (except bail bonds;.
Terms reasonable. KAyea & Cleve
land, resident managers, FldeLty
Deposit company of Maryland.
ARE you looking for a house or vacant
rooms? Then come in and see our
list- Nearly eery vacant house in
the trl-c:ti listed wun us. No
charge. Summer cold's. US-US Eaat
Second street. IJavacvort-
HEN'RT GAETHJE Proprietor ChJp
pianock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, 17
fcecond avenue- Telephone Ills,
WASTED MALE HELP
Oood chance and steady work for
hustler. Address "M. E. R." care Argus.
WANTED A young business man de
sires to get In touch with real estate
firm. Address "Real Estate." care
WANTED Man to take charge of door
department Mississippi River factorv.
Must thoroughly understand his work.
Address "M. E. T." care Argus.
WANTED Wood pattern maker: applv
labor Bureau. Trl-City Manufactur
ers' association, Moiine Theatre build
ing. Molina, 111. No fees charged.
WANTED Foreman in citting depart
ment for Mississippi River factorv.
Must thoroughly understand his busi
ness. Address "M. E. S." Care Argus.
WANTED Good blacksmith, one who
understands heavy watron work.
Steady work for right party. Address
Electric Wheel Co.. box A 77. Qulncy,
WANTED Men desiring outdoor work
to prepare for good paying, perma
nent positions; state age; send stamp
for particulars. "George 11. Baker,
President," care Argus.
WANTED Four young men 'over 10
years of age to run on passenger
trains to Kansas City; must have 113
cash security; good pay to men who
mean business. Inquire at 3116 Fifth
WANTED Agents; the North Ameri
can Accident and Elck Benefit com
pany, with assets of S2.000.000, has
pc;icy contracts that are easy to sell:
commissions to agents very attrac
tive; big njoney for parties employed
In factories and stores who wish to
add to their Income; no experience re
quired. Appry 7 to 8 p. m.. to 10
a. m. William A. Smith, manager. 4C8
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 201 S Fifth avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work in family of ttiree. Address,
with references, care of Argus.
WANTED Reliable washerwoman to
do weekly washings at her own home.
Address "P. Q. !.." care The Argus.
WANTED Girla IS years or over to
learn operating; A 1 reference re
quired. Apply to manager of Central
Union Telephone company.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework in family of three
grown persons; with or without wash
ing. Apply at 1043 Nineteenth street.
WANTED Girls over lj years of age
to fold circulars; an attractive plan.
Call at once. Hrown's lousiness col
lege, Second avenue, opposite post
office. WANTED Women canvassers for the
highest class line of toilet prepara
tions. Call between una 11 a. m.
Uonney yhop. Fa ye Hough, 511 Best
WANTED Situation to work on farm
by industrious man of good habits,
who is experienced in rami work.
Address "X. Y. Z.," care Argus, for
WANTED Position in coal office; havo
had experience in weighing and buy
ing coal and grain. Address R. V.
Ackcrson, 824 Nineteenth street, Mo
WANTED Dressmaking by the day.
Inquire Miss Katnerine Shaver, 617
WANTED To rent, five or six-room
modem cottage; couple without chil
dren. Address Cottage," Argus.
WANTED Plain sewing; children's
cloining a specially. Call 221i Fifth
avenue. 1'hoiie west 175S-V.
WANTED Two gentlemen to room and
board in modern Home, centrally lo
cated. Address B. U.," cure Argus.
WANTED To buy a second hand sani
tary couch; also two or three second
hand rattan ciiairs. Address Box, 4ob,
WANTED Married couple or two gen
tlemen to room and board in private
liiliiily; mouetii conveniences; al 1126
WANTED By a young man doing office
work, room and board in private fam
ily; references exchanged. Address
"li. H.," care Argus.
WANTED Two or three modern fur
nished rooms for ligtit houseaeeping;
oeslre good location east of r'ullielU
street. Address " K.." care Aigus.
WANTED To buy. furniture and stove
ot all kinds; v.-ill pay highest market
prices lur second hand goods. ivniff
eecoiid Hand store, ltf2i Third avenue,
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
woik promptly called for and delivered-
Mrs. Luella Tillering tun. liii
rouilceulii street Old puone wast
WANTED Bundle work, also family
wa-iiiiig ar.d ironing. neatly und
promptly done; will call for and de
liver. Cull or address -14 blxth ave
WANTED Washings to do at the Col
ored Hume Laundry, Ti Fourteenth
street; excellent hand work done; or
ders will receive our prompt atten
tion. Old phone west 611-X.
W A NT E I To trade, 10 acres line irri
gated land near good town m Colora
do, for .property in ilol.ee or Rock
Island. Address "J. I". B.." llb i'lt
teerith street. Rock Island, I1L
WANTED To rent, by Nov. 1. a seven
or elgiit-room house, with a garden
spot, will leae for term; Soutn Kock
Island or South Heights preferred.
Address "H. V.,- care Argus.
CHIKOS, THE PALMI8T Watch Tower
park; fourth year; if you uesire a
conscientious, tellable reading of your
hands, consult him; he nas helped
many to solve the perplexing q.iea
tions of life; if worried over business,
health or heart affairs, secure tne ben
efits of his deep knowledge of Scien
tific Palmistry. Readings, afternoons
and evenings. 15 and 50 cents. Life
reading, wun typewritten Coroscope,
WE can get you a tenant for your va
cant house or rooms if you telephone
or send us a postal as soon aa vacant.
We do not charge for this service.
Bummer fields, 113-115 East fcecond
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. McKlncle block. Phone
East 1187. Corner Fifteenth street
and Fourth avenue, Mcline.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY
FOR BALE -Lot In business district;
reasonable. Address "Lot," care Argus.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth avenue;
easy terms. Inquire at residence.
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
easy terms. Inquire Charles Ullemey
er. druggist, 534 Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE Lots In wet end: high,
level: SSno up: one with two-roora
house. SriOO: street car; easy payments
II. A. Weld.
FOR SALE A seven-room house, with
furnace. gas.Tand bath: lot 50xt92: a
good chance for somebody; 2103 Sev
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
fiat above, located at 173 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 10 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE A 10-room house. In nice
location, with all modern conveni
ences: on car line. Inquire at HOI
FOR SALE Fine east front lots on
Twenty-sixth street between Seven
teenth and Eighteenth avenues.
Charles L'llemeyer. druggist.
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, 1712 V Second avenue.
FOR SALE Six rooms, basement: level
tot; two blocks from tiro street car.
SI, 700. S700 cash, or will take vacant
lots, balance SI. 40 per month. V. N.
Mercer. 1S20 Third avenue. Phone
FOR SALE Five and six-foom houses,
from SI. 400 to $1,600: nmall payment
down; 25 lots, from $300 to $460. SSi
down, balance in five vears. K. W.
Robir.son. 1454 Richmond street.
Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE In South Heights, a new
two-story quare house, with the mod
ern plan, and has furnace, gas. elec
tric light, and on lot 4S feet front: it
is a nice property and can be bought
for $2,900. 1 1. K. Walker, agent.
FOR SALE At 1608 Fifteenth street,
east front facing Long View park,
even -room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace: $3,000; one-halt cash,
easy terms for balance; rente for $2J
per month. F. K. Khotds, 100 Rob
FOR SALE Two-story six-room house,
thoroughly modern and in tine 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 ,1920
Third avenue. Phone west 112.
FOK SALE Three lots in Island View
Heights; they are among the best in
that addition, and they can ho bought
below the market price, as the owner
wants to unload: also a lot 7.rixl54.
facing Seventh avenue, near Forty
fifth street li. K. Walker, agent.
FOR SALE One of the nicest proper
ties on Seventh avenue; it is located
on a corner lot, and has elnt rooms,
with all modern improvements and
many conveniences not in most homes.
In fact, an elegant home. Price $5,
500. II. K. Walker.
FOl BALE Lota on Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth and Eigh
teenth avenues; cement walks; easy
walking distance of west end factor
ies; Ur.nn, small payment down, bal
ance on your own terms. Inquire of
J. G. Kelieuernian, 1700 Sixth street.
Phone 12 '.(6.
FOR SALE A two-story house con
taining live nice rooms, locuted on
Thirty-second street south of Four
teenth avenue; is near two car lines
and two paved streets; lot is 50x14').
and the place is a good buy; price
$1,850. H. K. Walker, agent, Robin
FOR SALE On Twenty-first street,
north of Ninth act nue, an eight-room
house, with modern improvements;
the house is only about lo years old
and has been occupied most of that
time by Die present occupant; good
for a home or an investment; price
$4,100. H. K. Walker, agent.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
good condition; $:;iuj. Inquire, 1516
Fouith avenue. I'houe west 394.
FOR SALE A 20-foot launch, with six
liorse power gasoline engine Inquire
737 Fourtpenlh-and-a-h.ilf street.
FOR SALE Delivery or surrey horse;
weighs 1.100 pounds. For particulars
call at 71ri Fifteenth street, or phone
FOR SALE The beautiful gold coin
strain Buff Orpingtons; egxs and day
old chicks; catalogue free. J. li. Jo
seph, Sears, 111.
FOR SALE Cheap if taken at once, a
yellow headed Mexican parrot; ..o.l
talker. Apply at -Mrs. Cropper'B,
W atch Tower road. Sears.
FOR SALE A second hand National
aIi register, two second hand coun
ters, a cashier's booth, arid one print
amount. For particulars call weft 53.
FOR SALE Team of hortes wagon,
harness, pair of dump boards; also
top buggy. Call at 161i Fourteenth-und-a-iittlf
street at 6 a. m. or 6 p. in.
i FOR SALE A five-passenger Ford
touring car, model T 191n, good as
new; will sell cheap if taken at once.
Old phono west 1214, or pall at 219
Twentieth street, rear.
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, five-passenger
louring car and two two-cylinder
runabouts, suitable, for business ve-hicli-s,
a!! in good condition. W. 11.
Holies, 2412 Third avenue.
FOR SALE 19-foot launch, equipped
with three-horse power engine and
canopy top, in line condition; only
$5. Also 12x14 tent for $7. Call at
715 Fifteenth street ,or phone 6'JO-Y.
FOR PALE Yale motorcycle, model '08.
in good condition; will sell for $6j.
Also 23 weekV scholarship In firnwn's
Business college lor $4'J. Inquire ai
lsjo Seventeenth ttieet, or call west
44'-K old j.none!
FOR SALE Building materials, con
sisting of new and second hand brick,
fire brick, posts, inch lumber, limbir.
creoHoted shingles, etc. F. J. lwis
Manufacturing company. Telephone
taft 1100, riciond street. Moline.
F( K SALE Leas4 and furniture of
Hotel Kirtlani. Wooohuil. III.; 2
rooms, steam heat, electric llgnt. city
water ,and garden; burir.ees good;
will sacrifice for cash, good roason
for selling. F. W. Klrtland, proprie
tor. FOR SALE The furniture In 40 newly
furnished bedrooms arid m; restaur
ant furniture in the Maucksr hotel,
corner bixteentn street and Fojrtn
avenue. The place Is for rent for a
term of years and is a good money
maker. Inquire of W. C. Maucker, 507
FOR. "AI.E LA-IDS
FOR CALL An so-acre farm, near fail
vis; a bargain, iteidy Bros.
FOR feALE 10 acres land; flnn Im
provements; near Taylor Ridge; a
Largain. Reidy Bros.
FOR t-ALE Good truck farm in Bouth
Rock island; very reasonable price;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars caU on Reidy Bros-, room
4. Mitchell At Lynde building.
FOR SALE Very choice land In the
corn belt of Iowa; some exception
ally good bargains, see or write us;
prices from $4o to $150 an acre; auto
mobile service; write fcr list. Bolton
sc Co., Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
FOR SALE: Several improved farm In
Worth county, Iowa. These farms are
level, black aoii; none more than
four miles from railroad. Prices
rarvfrff t mm 17A Vs t '. fi .
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These farms are ail bargains. Wii
iara Jennixigs, Rock Island bouse.
Estate of Henry Jaezr. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Henrv Jaecer. late of th-?
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that h
will appear before the probate court of
Rock Island countv. at the probate court
room, in the cltv of Rook Islnd. at the
October term, on the first Monday in
October next, at which time all person
having claims against said estate nre
notified and requested to attend for the
purnnse of havins; the same sdjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate ar
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Hated this 13th day of July. A. D.
1911. J. B. SCHOESSEL.
Jackson. Hurst 8z Stafford, attorney.
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. Mate of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that she will arpear
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 the iirst day of the 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 sail
estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 14lh day of July. A. TX 1911.
ELENt R A MOHR.
State of Illinois, County of Rock Isl
In the circuit court of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit of the slate of Illinois,
held in and for the county of Rock Isl
and. To the September term, A. L. IS 11.
In Chancery. .-.,..
Eliza Doty. Stella Doty and Gertie
Prouty. cornpiainantj. vs. John Dill, the
unknown heirs or devisees of Jonn DliL
deceased. Hamilton Dill, the unknown
heirs or devisees of Hamilton Dili, de
ceased. Marian Dill, the unknown heirs
or devisees of Marian 'Dill, deceased,
the unknown owners of the northwest
quarter of section number seven in
township number sixteen, north of ratine
number five west, of the fourth princi
pal meridian, in the county of Rock Isl
and and state of Illinois, dot euaaius.
Bill to quiet title.
To the above named defendants and
to everyone of them:
Afliduvil of your non-rcsi.ler.ee ar.d or
the uoii-residetico of everyone ot you,
having been tiled iu tiit above entitled
cause in the ottice of the undersigned
clerk !' the circuit court of the cou'ity
of Rock Island in the state of LUnois.
you nn hereby nolilled that said complainant-
have filed in said court heir
mil of fonitilaint against oi. on the
ihancery side of said court; that a u:n-
mons in cnancery una u"-u ...
said cause against you returnaole to the
September term. A. D. 1911 of raid court
to be begun and holden in the court
house in the city of Rock Island In said
fnontv nrt Ptata on the third Monday
of September. A.I. 111. at which tinio
and place vou win appeal a':u i'i..i.
swer or demur to the bill ot complaint
as you may &ee lit.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this
6th day of July. A D. 1S11.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Walker Ingram Ai. Sweeney, complain
Estate ot Timothy ltiechcr, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of trio estate of
Timothy lieecner. late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appeal
before tne probate court of Rock Island
countv, al iho probate court room, iu
the city of Rock Island, al Ihe Septem
ber term, on tue iirst Monday in Sep
tember next, at which time all ''isous
having claims against said estate are
notilied and requested to attend for he
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebud to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
to tlio undersigned.
Dated lhth uay of July, A. I). 1S11.
j. D. BKEC11EL, Admin. .Uralor.
James W. Maucker. attorney.
Notice of Filial Settlement.
Estate of Catherine Wilson, deceased.
Public notice is lien by given that Ihe.
undersigned, C. C. Wilson, administra
tor ol said estate, lias tnls day tiled his
linal report and settlement ad much m
Ihe probate court of Rock inland coun
ty, and bearing on an id report lias been
set lor Sept. it, 1S11. al ! o'clock u. m ,
at which time persons luteiested may
i.i.n.i.r and maKe. objections thereto.
run! it no objections ui e hied, sa
i-l r. port
will be approved
at thai time, una ti e
ask t'.jr an older of
distribution, and viii uiso usk to be dis
Kock Island. Ill, July 18. 1311.
C. C. WILriuN, Administrator.
By virtue of an execution issued out
ot tlie clerk's lli e oi Wo- circuit court
of Kock Island co..::l. and stile oi
Illinois, and to roc micclcd, whereby 1
am commanded to make the amount uj
a certain judgment i.cenlly obtained
against Harry E. Slininr in l.ivor ol
the Kock Island County Abstract eoiu-
pa n y.
col -pOMllloIl. out oi bill. i.i, icnc-
in. nls, goons
md i hallt li oi ii.e s.n.i
Mill I V 1.. ei Clio 1 ,
111 c lev U
I'. i b. i
imliiuii ilc.iiiibed i.roi..ri, io-wit:
Wc.-i nair ol lot ns'.i (ii. hi I'locn
nine ('.'). in tual part ol Ihecny ol lto. l.
Island known as and (ailed the iUl or
Original Town, situated In I.olk l.ilunu
Th retore, according to sat.l omm.iii'i,
I h.,ll exiiose lor sale at public auc
tion, ull the light, till.: an 1 Interest ot
the above named ilmiv E tv hi'incr in
and to Hie. above Uc.. cubed propel ty, a;
i.i h i lut k a. in. on Fild.iy, tne 1Mb Ua
of August. A I'. Hill, at ti
ol tlie court house
Kock loland coun-
ty, Illinois. . ,
Luted nt lto. k Island. 111., this 2.th
day ol July, A. D. iu 1
Sheriff of It
Island ( ounty.
Petition to I'rubule Will.
State o Illinois, Kock Inland Coun
Probate Court, Kock Island county.
July term, lifli.
In the mailer, of the probate of the
lasi. will and IvStimeiil ol iiary tum
lli 1 s, deceased. in probate
To Ail i'douui WiiOiu llila May Con
Notice is nereby given that on tr.e
lSUi day of July, A. Lt . iJll. a pe
liiioii MM.it li.ed in Ho: r.:iU: cojit u'.
K..ck Island county, Illinois, asking Hi-it
tne 11 w HI and U.-iaiinnl or ..I.i y
Summers, iln'as.il, be admitted t pro
bate, 'ihe same petition further sla'ei
Ihal the following named pcisoh are
all tne hen a-al-la .v and bgatees. Jiug.i
S mi me! . Winnie Briggn. A lil.e 1 iood.
Fattier Fiatinigari, Jratr.er Troy.
l'ou are lurlii'-i nolili-d l-i.il tne hear
ing of the proof of XdL.il will hat been
set. by said cult for ti.e Jlu day of Sep
tember. A. 1'. 1111. ai the hour of 'J
Oeioek in tae 1 oreicoi,, al tr.e mirl
noose, in Ruck Inland, in saiu county,
when and where you can appear, if yo-.i
see fit. and show caaae, if any you have,
why said will anot.il not be allo tted to
probate. JOHN L. rLLMlNU.
Clerk probate. Court.
Dated July IS. i l 1 1.
Jackson, Hutu at ri (afford, attorneys.
- PHOr LiMO Y Al A TTOKLl .
JAJKfiONT HCi'.ST dc STAFFORD Ab
torneys-at-ia w. Orilce in Kock Inland
National bank bui.ding.
oEARLK St MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
secuiit;'. Ko'.i.'ii "2 and SoS. butety
building. Ko k 1-lanJ. Hi.
WILLIAM M. WALK Lit Attorn y;
general law hi! hens; coi potation,
pronalc and real eUate law; .ill Peo
ple's Lar.k bui.'iing. Phone vvtst Zl'j.
WALKER, INGRAM t IS VA' E EN L V At
torney s and cu'ii.etl i i at liw. M hk
to loan on r ai ii'.t. Rooms 2'ti
2 j3, people's National bank building.
McENIKY ac McLNIKV Attorueys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. lifer-fices, Mitch
ell Lynde, banaeia Oitoce, Mlicneii
TRTO LODGE. NO. 57. A. F. & A. M.
X, Meets In statei communication
jthe Gr5t Thursday of each
Vy month at ?:$0 p. m. By order
of Carlton O. Taylor, W. M. : Wllllara
R pettlt. secretary.
BTRECKFl'S STEAMBOAT LINE Suc
cessor to the Diamond Joe Line steam
era 8T. LCI-IS TO ST. PACT
I-argest ami finest passenger steam
ers on the Mississippi river. Servile
first i lass.
Steamer? due t.i leave Rock Island for
St. Paul. Minn., at 12, noon, on June 2i.
July v 17. :.
Steamers due to leave Rock Tsland for
St. 1-ouls Mo.. 7:3) a. r.i . on July 4. 11.
F"r rntes and Information address C,
J. M ir.gan. agent. Kock Island.
Office, foot of Nineteenth street. Bell
phone west 32.
Estate of Adam J. Nyq jlst. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Adam J. Nyquist. late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before the probate court
of Rock Island county, at the probate
court room, in tlie city of Rock Island,
at the October term, on the first Mon
day in October next, nt which time all
persons having claims aga:nst said es
tate are noUlled and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons Indebted to said
estate are requestc.t n make Immediate
payment io the undersigned.
Mated this 2(Uh dav of Julv. A. D.
1911. 1 1 J ALMA K E. NYiJllST,
Grant Hultberg. attorney.
State of Illinois, Kock Island Coun
Probate Court of Kock Islnsd county.
To the September term, A. D. 1911.
Petition lo sell real estate to pay
Central Trust A Savings BasK. admin
istrator c. t. H. of the estate of Louis
Allars, deceased, vs. Sidney A liars, Don
Allars. William Allars. Frank Allars.
Jacob Waldman, and John A. tiuvtii.
Atlldavit of the non-resulcn.e of Sid
ney Allars. Don Allars and Frank Al
lars. dcleiil, nits ahovo naiiieil. having
been tiled In I ho otli. e of the clerk of
the probate court of Hm k Island coun
ty, notice Is hereby given to the said
Sidney Allars, lion Aihirs and Frank
AUars that the said plaintiff. Central
Trust At Saviiis Hank, administrator c.
t. a. ot tuu estate of .huh Allars. de
ceased, has liled its petition in the said
probate court of Kock Island county for
ail order to sell the premisis belonging
to the estalu of raid deceased, or so
much of it hs may be needed to pay tho
debts of said deceased, and described as
All that part of lot thirteen (13). In
l'.rasliur s t lib-division of the west 74 7 7
acres of the north one-elglith of section
eleven (11), township seventeen 117
north, range two (Ji west of tho 4tli
P. M.. which lies west of the Trl-City
Railway's company s right of way. said
premises being formerly known as lots
eleven til), twelve (.12). thirteen Ultj.
lourleeri ill), fifteen il.'i) e.nd sixteen
llo), and the alley dividing them In Ed
ward 11. Guyers aub-division of said
lot thirteen ll.il. and being now vaca
ted, situated in Kock Island county.
Illinois. And that a summons haa been
Issued out of said court iiKiilnitt you.
I returnable at the September term, A. 1.
! lull, of said court, lo be holden on th
4th day of September. A. I . lull, at tho
court houso in Kock Island, In Kock la
land county, Illinois.
Now, unless you. the said Sidney Al
ia i s. Hon Allars and Frank Aiiais, shall
personalty bu nnd appear hctoio said
probate coin t of Kock Island county, on
Hie llisl day of a term thereof, to be
holden at the court house In tho city of
Kock Island, in said county, on tho 4 1 li
day ol September, Kill, arid plead, ans
wer or demur to the said complainant's
petition hied therein, the samo and tha
matters and thuiKS therein charged and
staled will be taki n as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
Rock Island, III.. July I. 1311.
JOHN E. FLEMING. Clerk Pro Tern.
Hugh E. Cuilis, complainant's so
licitor. Wanted to Buy Tres, Furni
ture, Carpets, Rugs
and all kiudti of gooiU of value at
Ed Williamson'!. I will pay more
than any other dealer. Telcpliouo
Went 11188. l.VJ.". Second avtuue.
IBdlC-Eoi23 MB M3C2C!3
Good t loom iiou.c in touulh
Modern it loom collage, ou 14lh
live room cottage on 14lh ave
nue, i years old, newly puinled,
good Well and cisleiu f I ,tXU
A new modem 7 room house, on
1 4 'a btieel, eat liont, a mod. 1
Two model ri 7 loom house, oil
Win Bin el ,tkt lrviil, lino lei -liice,
lot 7uXlo'J, u Miap att,tHHl
WE WRITE INSURANCE.
Blt-nMhigiTfjl & !Ta;:Ei3ia
4y KKal' KLDG.
CLa.rilci3 E. 3(&zva
(The Lest la the Cheapest.
FIRE. UFL. LIGHTNING AND W1NU
Office. 1724 Third avenue. Rates .rea
sonable. ROCK ISLAND, ELL.
tO.MHAt lOUl A.U lilll.ULitg.
Contractor and Builder.
1454 lUtlinioml bUetl,
llotk IslantL 111.
I'houe Weel 1 1Ck-K-
CONTRACT OR8 AND
Manufacturers of bash. Doors. Bllnda
aud iBialra. Interior finish of ali kinds.
Hardwood Veneer Fioonog. and d--n 1-
rs In Giasa 1 and fit Lighieema
MO.VLV IU I. OA.
LOANb on lurnit itv' I, mum, horse,
wagons, etc.. ip-ii- kiy. pnv.it. 1, at ti.-s
lo-A-eei iale. Mna.il Loan company
(un.lc.). room 4 11. Peoplua uNtional
bank building. New pi.oi.-j ilui; Old
phone west HZ.
WC.MAKK A SPKCTALTr of loaning
Zioney on hou-r.old good, horses,
wagons, etc, without removal and
In a qji't way. Call on vis fur quick
loans. Fidelity Lou company, room
till If 1st buiid.hS.