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THE ROCK ISIaAXD ARGUS. THURSDAY, MAY 80, 1912.
(AL is well)
Vg-rTEigg-D.'y I WHO?)
PRIZE KIDDLE TODAY
IP A TAILOR MAO? AM OVER
COAT POR. A MIDG-ET WOULD HE
CAU IT A PETTICOAT! ?
Argus Branch Offices
For the (crammodatlon of Its patrons
In various paru of the city. The Artur",'
has established a system of branch of-
fdces. whfrt subscriptici.s and want ad- j
Tinning may It reccivea ana ar.y in
formation left that uiay pertain to tuy
department of the paper, news or busi
ness It 1 k.no planned to nave at each
of these brwicii uSui every evening
a supply of copies of The Argus of the
day. so that any subscriber who may
bave failed under any circumstances to
receive hi paper, will be supplied tree
The Argus' chain of branch office
Incluu.-s tne following:
J J. Kipp's notion atore. 4506 Fifth
K . Kove'i pharmacy. 4U Four
Bless' drug atore, Twenty-seventh
Street, Sn tnui avenue.
CUemeyer a drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth street
George W. M.iihouse. conf ectlor.elry.
60 fourth avenue
aire, London s notion atore. Seventh
street. Fourteenth avenue
Heimbeck's pharmacy. 922 Third ave
nue Merger's grocerry. Hi Eleventh
Kodcrt drug; store. Thirtieth street
and Fifth avenue.
College pharmacy. Seventh avenue
and Thirty-eighth atreet.
Olaon grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Bteiner drug store, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street.
rOR RENT HOCSES.
FOR RENT fcilx-room modern houae.
Inquire li" Twenty-third street.
FOR KENT First floor of house at
1J37, Fourteenth street, to parties
FOR KENT B' ven-room house at 1520
Thirty -second street. inquire lSu
1 turly -set ond street.
FUR KENT Three-room cottage at
li07 '1 wenty-six th street. inquire
,4.'19V Elghtn avenue.
FOR RENT Seven-room house on
Fourteen! n-M nd -u-half btreet. inquire
Kilti Fourteenth street.
FUR RENT Five-room cottage, with
gas lange, at lo!2 .Sixteenth avenue
inquue li iiltii avenue.
K')!t KENT - r . v i) -1 oofn house, newly
f uri.isnr-'l, .,i rent unfurnished,
l'.uuue Ji.s 1 vteilln street
FOR RENT - E'gnt-roorn house, all
moil i n t x- p. neat, ut Hi Twentieth
slrtet. Iti. ..i.- li i Third avenue.
F'UII iiKNT - ,s. v en-room house, mod
ern, with mm iMi.ae, at libb Twejity
Mti. i tie.-t. lii iuiiu i4 Third ava
Foil RENT- Three five room flats;
Koeetrr liuuding. opposite Rock is
land paascnair dtpoL i'hono West
Full RUNT In houth ilelKhts, a new
six loniii roiltiKe. f uruu e. elertrlc
1 niil, kii" lor tookliirf. well and cis
l' I n. large lot. i'llolis wtst 1J5;-1.
Filt RENT- - ei-vn loom rottaire with
ii.oilern linproveiii.-nis at aM Flftn-I
bii'l I IihiT Hii i.iK. Iniiuire 1 TeJ ;
'luenlletli flleit r call Ui.l li'iljlv
Full ItlONi'- New modern seven-room
li-i'iee. with oatSiiie sleeping pulch;
loiner '1' wenly-lirth siieel and F1I
teeiitn u venue. lnquue of LuliM.r
l-''lt H F.NT l-li;ti t-ri'om modern house
on l.i lil li and a-hulf avenue beteen
'V va -nt - ar v ei.i n unil uty-v ijnih
Mrt ilrv liii i.lu Lul'opeii hotel, lou
1' "it I 111 U en ue.
roit m; VI KLA1S.
FR RENT- I Ive-
I II. IIH pl-l III
I If, i ,i ml -,i -li.ul
ro"iii 1'iiit. ull
Ullh I'm at
1.22 Foil RENT -- i Iv e-room modern Hat;
i. ill ul ll'!b i-'lt.-t .IVell'ie, or ,'. L.
In ,ir,i-,. . 217 r.i. nl' en! l. s-ti.it.
F'ull KI N I' Five-room modern fiat,
ui,'u:i) loc.iud, l.'i per inoutu in-o,'l.r-
ul J. W. bU-H4l I, Salrl liulill-
K It IIK.M' IIM EI.I.AMvOl).
FOR RENT - Store room ;tix'i. at 21u0
Thud avenue J S Morl.y. Phone
wrr-t ltiati. tioin it a. In. to J p. m.
FXlll KKNT Two olllfe rooms, wttli ail
iiiodi'Mi couv eiiiein.es. suitable as a
doctor oui. e. Appay at I lie me) era
drug sioie. 634 MHn mil street.
Aca-aoN, uiiui v sUlroKi ai-torueys-al-law.
Ulllie lu Kock Island
National ban bunding.
6EAKLE MARSHALL, Lawyers.
Monty to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms 3i t and lul Safely
bui.tiiiig. ltot.a leiund, 1U.
WILLIAM M WALKER Attorney;
general law business, corporation,
probate and re a estate law, 411 Pew
pie s uauk bui-Uing PUoue west U.S.
WALKER, INGlvAM A SWEENEY Al
ton.e s and counselors al law. Money
lo loun on real estate. Rooms titu-
vv. eupie tattoott uniis ouuwimg
etc EN IKY McKNIRV Attorneys-al-law
Loan moiie ou good security,
mass toiled Ions. Kel it nets, Mitch
ell Lyude. barkers. Othce, jLlchsii
si Lyude building.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
lustti a-ucc. Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented. 1'our pat
ronage solicited. Ptiouee west 2L euid
new Iil71 unite al court house.
bkNNa.liS insurance Agency Fire,
life, actiidebl. I.ea.ui and piate glass;
real estalw and loan. eecwnd door,
feafelj bund. ug. t-illlce phone, weat
k,. Heaideute phone. t.e-K. Open
Wednesday and l-ruay eveulnga
Wa. WILL BOND Vol' Executors, ad
B lutali alwt s . gu.rdiaua, trustees' or
an kind tf Juuicial bonds, lodges and
society otLcels. city, etaie or C H
govt rumenl oflicia.s. coulraclora. po
sitions of trust, iu fact, any kind of
bond you want texctpt bail bonds).
Terms reasonable, ltayea a Clcave
leiid. resident managers. Fidelity 4k
Lrposll company of Maryland.
IX) ST AXD FOCBD.
1 ST riunday evening ou Watch Tow
er car. a ' i'1.1 lied in hand rr n lef .
l.tiurn to Fourieri.tn street and
Ls 'ST - - va edresday afternoon between
Vout.g M tVtnt's and Dawson s
niil'iitry stole, gold br 'och set with
trnel- ii turn to Argus and re-
Ve; e rWHI d.
lUMIIAI'lUKI AD lll.UKKS.
iiaunfscturert of Saan. Doors, Blinds
and Stairs Interior finish of all kinds
Hardwood Veneer Flooring, and deal
ers Lt U.asa. til aud lit El.uteeoih
FOB RETT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Room: finest mn.fern fur-
sned rooms in the cltv. Kennedys
St. John's bouso. 1S26 -1 i
FOR RENT Furnished rooms also
cat. inquire l07 sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 67 Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
Housekeeping at 1625 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light j
housekeeping at 21s Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Newly furnished modern
rooms, with bath; 833 Twentieth
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping at 402 Seventeenth
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 218
RENT A large furnished room.
at 412 Nineteenth street.
opposite public library.
FOR RENT Two rooms, modern, for
light housekeeping, at lloi Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 1133
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
with modern conveniences; location
central; at 1230 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Four unfurnished modern
rooms at 828 Seventeenth street, par
tits witn children need not apply.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms, with board, at 708 Twenty-second
street; very reasonable. Rhone
FOR RENT Three modern unfurnish
ed rooms, with use of attle: good lo
cation; rent reasonable; S27 Twenty
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room in private family of two; use
of phone. 1220 Third nvenue. I'hone
FOR RENT Modern furnished douhle
room and sluale room for light house
keeping; kitchen privileges. Inquire
14uu Keventh avenue.
FOR RENT Two or three nlcelv fur
nished rooms, with gas, suitable I'm
HKht housekeeping;. Inquire 4'
FOR RENT Suite of light hous keep
li.if rooms, first floor, lnundry j rlv i
leijes: children allowed; bedroom also;
627 fievmteetith street.
FOR RENT To gentlemen only, front
rooiu. all modern conveniences, in pri
vate family, within three blocks of
New Harper hotel. Old phone west
WANTED Boarders; also have light
housekeeping; rooms. inquire 2327
W A NT ED--To rent a smell cottago by
iiinrried coupl without children.
1'h'iie West 17ij.
WANTED To rent, furnished house for
summer: excellent references. Ad
dress "K. W. S," care Argus.
WANTED Persons to leave all amateur
finishing at lli riz's drug store for the
Hrowu studio, corner Third avenue
and Twentieth street.
WANTED To launaer. lace curtains:
work promptly called for and deliv
ered. Mrs. Luella Tlttenngton. Hi
Fourteenth street. Old phone west
WANTED To buy furniture and stoves
of all kinds; will pay highest market
prices for second hand goods. Knlff
Hecond Hand store, 1625 Third avenue,
Molina. East Til.
WANTED Your lawn mowier to sharp
en at your home; 60 cents; guaran
teed. Also lawns to mow. and yard
work. I'hone orders In care West
1222-.K- J. H. Darby.
WA NT El From June 5 to Oct. 30. a
furnished six to eight-room house,
between Eighteenth and Thirtieth
streets and Fifth nud Ninth avenues.
Address "Paul." care Argus.
WANTED People to know that the
b.-rt prices are paid for ladies' and
ieiits' cast-off clothing, carpets, rugs
etc. Deutch. 322 East Third street.'
l'avenport. r-none nortn 1023-y
WANTED One hundred feather beds
highest cash price paid for old feath
ers, will remain here a few days oi.lv.
Dr .p postal at once to A. Zimmerman.
G.-ii.ial Delivery. Davenport. or
I'hone North Im. Saratoga Hotel, and
1 wi.l call t'u ou.
WANTED To buy. new and second
baud goods, stoves, furniture, carpets,
etc. also cast-off clothing, hats!
shoes, etc.; I pay highest prices; will
buy. sell or trade anything of value.
S Fryer s Second Hand store, 15v5
Second avtnue. Phone west 247.
WANTED 8- Fryer's Second Hand
store pa s the highest cash prices for
stoves, furniture, carpets, rugs, cast
off clothing, shoes, lists, and tools of
all kinds. We buy .sell or trade any
thing of value, cilvc us a cail. The
Red Front. 15GJ Second avenue.
Phone west 247.
WANTED To have you telephone the
' Vjuailty Shop" If you w ish us to cail
al ur home with samples of high
grade hosiery and knit underwear.
We also take orders for hand em
broidered dresses, waists, household
l'tiens. Irish crochet bugs, brooches, i
,.. ..... . . .. tit.. i. -. i,
I.t I'liin. ttt.. tlliu t.. xiiuwilt'r. .5.
Eighth avenue, i'hone west 161-K
rOH HE NT.
BEFORE going Houae bunting "m
au.4 see our list of vacant houses. W e
Lave t he coiapiele list of the trU
cities, and will assist yoa to get lo
cated without one cect of expense
fljiumiTHeld s, 111-116 Eaat Second
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accos-.u
and claims collected. William
Walker, lawyer. 311 Peoples baa
buliuu. Phone lis.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rate a
Rock Island Title & Abstract com
pany ; 1.1. Ingram, president; W. J
Sweeney, secretary: tvv-tul. second
floor. People s National bank bui.d-
EXPRE3S AND STOHACaL
R El J A B LE ST OR AG E On fl rs t fl oor;
wagon covers, etc Tents for rent. U
also manufacturer or awnings, tenta
Ko easier A Co. u Fifteenth street.
HENRI UAETHJE Proprietor Chlp
piannock nursery. Cut flowers ar.4
designs of ail kinds. City store. 16w7
iveaue. Te.epbose Ilia.
WATTED XAIE HELP.
I WANTED Planer and buffer: Rock Is-
land Manufacturing company.
WANTED Two experienced men to
plow farm; inexperienced men need
not apply. O. S. Gicr.n. R. K. 1, Osco.
WANTED Good solicitors for local
work. Apply after p. m. at 1133
Fourteenth-and-a-half street. Phone
WANTED Laborers for construction
work at new building on Fifth ave
nue, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth
street. Mollne. Apply li. W. liorst,
WANTED Bright young men to sell
goods on Rock Island passenger
trains; good opportunity for ngnt
parlies. Apply J . J. Grler news
stand. Rock Island depot.
WANTED Electricians; linemen:
steady employment for competent i
men on repair and maintenance of
lines and equipments. Apply by let
ter to Employment Office, Department
E, .Illinois Steel company, Eightv
r.;r.th street and tne Strand, South
WANTED Workmen seeking employ
ment in Mollne, East Holine, Rock Is
land, Davenport or Iiettendorf can
get Information regarding situations
by applying to Labor bureau, Trl
Clty Manufacturers' association. Mo
lice theatre building, Mollne. Ill No
WANTED Able bodied men for the U.
S. Marine corps, between the ages of
IS and 15; must be native born or
have first papers; monthly pay 315 to
359; additional compensation possi
ble; food, clothing, quarters and med
ical attendance tree; after 30 years'
service can retire with 75 per cent of
pay and allowances; service on board
ship and ashore in ail parts of the
world. Apply at I". S. Marine Corps
Reorultlng office. State bank build
ing, Rock Island. 111.
W4JTED 1'EIULB HELP,
WANT Eli Dining: room girl at Rock
laiand House cafe.
WANTED Middle, aged woman to do
feener.ii housework. Apply 14ul Third
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework; no washing; at 066
Elm ttrett. Fhone west 414.
WANTED Youns lady to assist In
photo pttidiu. Apply i'iulleo Studio.
Km k lb. and. over tne Hub Clothing
WANTED Jlrl to work in Ice cream
parlor; must be experienced. Apply
iii.f.iilo Candy Co., i24 Twentieth
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; txpetieru ed cook; good wages.
Apply 24311 Eighth avenue. Pnone
WA NTMD M rldl aiged woman as cook
in ,i Mnn.il family unil as companion
to iii.i.v of tne house. Apply 421
Twtnty -first street.
WANTED Girl to do general house
woik. three In family. lnouiie M
ipson. E.eveiitii and Brasliar
Is. I'hone west UC.2-Y.
WANTED You to earn 310 weekly ad
ilre.s.iii. :oi.'iii, In, m,-; bum-ii of
iani.i n.nii pa: tn-ulars, iu cents, li. V.
Kieim. 122 Aider court, Grand K:ip
WANTED Ladles to learu beauty cul
ture; our instructions, demonstra
tions, lectures, examination, methods,
ail save time una work; our diplo
mas recognized every where; positions
wailing :u bent parens tor competent
operaluis. rite today. Moier col
lege, Chicago, ill.
WANTED I'apable business women.
leachcrs and nuri.j. to travel or open j
nun tn, in' .Mile lio J'l "l wet Klv , also
lady wun small capital to hold sup
plies ior under workers, business es
tablished 26 years; permanent and
prohtubie; a free return ticket given
to Cdi Kiinid tor ail good workers;
Investigate. Room 2, Schmidt hotel,
loll St cond avenue. Mrs. Schuiiz,
WASTED MA1E Olt FEMALE.
WANTED lou to earn a dollar an ev
ening addressing envelopes, ior me at
home; ail particulars nect ssary to
slurt work tor dime. li. Hamblin,
Station A SI 6, Grand Rapids, Mich.
WANTED Men and women everywhere
to rcprcM i.t largest mani.'iui l in ci s'
ouliet organization, selling furnilin,
rui;s and stoves direct to consuim r at
factory pi li e.-.. . Those buying l u ge
ac'i i.alntance tan inert ase present in
come iTn:nenscl . Address The Outlet,
M0 South Wabash avenue, Clin ago,
WANTED Position by young lady
btcnog raphe r. - yeais' experience,
i'hone w e.-t ifc4-K.
WASTKII TO EXCHANGE.
WANTED To exchange. 120 acres
limber land, for bmai. property or
vat ar.t iot it two. Caa al or address
4-6 i'-fi n U t i.i ii avinuc.
FOR MI.K Milimerv
be sold .:. lo dajs,
fixtures. pr: Jl.-i 0.
Itui l.-'u!i: ..li'i UiSU
teciith si ret t. .Mfjiine,
new stock and
K W. Mantr,
ranee, sOi i'ir
lil. 1F" you want to btglti or expand busi
ness, write ti.e Board of Trade, Wey
buin, Saskatchewan. We want indus
tries, letai.crs and wholesalers. Elec
tric power, water, fuei, cheap. Build
ers with capital needed, population
doubled this jtar.
PARTNER i: Oou will buy half inter
est in my wholesale and retail busi
ness, winch will pay you from S12,
dut) to S15.UUU a year on tne Invest
ment. I will show the above to be
correct t.y personal Interview. Busi
ness iii stand trie strictest investi
gation. No pcr?o:t but sober man,
with the ca.-u. wr.o cn put his full
time into tne business, r.ted answer.
B-si of references give.i and required
Will txpia.n by personal interview
wny I must have a partner. Aduress
W. J. Smith, lsii ogdrn avenue Chi
WEILS DETECTIVE AGENCY 57 1
Si-u'-h I-a,rborn street. Chicago. Hi. i
Established IS years. We give expert, j
cor.h.lt ntiai. honest scrvn e.- no tf,arej
for consultation. Telephone Harr.son
lZio and 4 ' -it j
LET Fross do your paperhanging; li
cents a roll; wail paper at i ceuls a
roll and up; liil Sixth avenue.
"77; 7; Z : .' ,
CAeli paid for o.d clothing, carpets
rua, ett. A- u"iui. -s r-ai i nirc
street, Davenport. Phone norih Iu2-X
IF TOC WANT to buy. sell, trade ot
rent anything, engage help or securt
a Situation, the Jsiail ana Journal it
the out paper In Moline that can do
It for you. Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to ail alike,
cash Is sJvsr.ce; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Miu and
weurcai. satMine, Li,
for sale crrr propertt.
FOR SALE: Houses from 11.600 to II.
900. on easy terms. Phcne 1165-K.
EL W. Robinson.
FOR SALK A bargain In two lots, each
40x120, price $500 for both. See Eck
hart & Buffum.
FOR SALS Three-room cottage at
1607 Twenty-sixth street. Inquire
4019 H Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE If you want a clean 10 per
cent investment In good city proper
ty, address "J. and E.." Argus.
FOR SALE Double dwelling; rents
S33 per month; price S3.3QO; a very
good Investment. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, partly
modern, water and gas; lot 60x150.
Inquire at l1 Third street. Easy
FOR SALE Cheap, a new enUrely mod
ern seven-room house, at Twenty-fifth
ftreet and Fifteenth avenue. Apply
Lininger & Meyer.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, wltb
flat above, located at 11736 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire . Thonn. 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Lota In Island View Heights
addition; finest la the city; ask for
prices and term. C S. Mc Daniel. ti)2
bafttty building. Rock Island.
FOR SALS Modern elght-toom bouse:
east front; one block from school
house, church, park car line. Inquire
b02 Forty-third street. Phone weat
FOR SALE Lots in Scheuermann fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments 35 per month.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old phone
FOR SALE I have a 40xl25-foot lot,
between Tenth and Eleventh streets
on Thirteenth avenue; cheaper than
it sold for three years ago. Inquire
1612 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE A few fine lots on and near
Eighteenth avenue, between Ninth
and Eleventh streets; will sell on
easy payment plan. Call James G.
britton. I'hone west 1267 -L.
FOR SALE Eight-room bouse; new;
bath, electric light, furnace; on car
line; sacrifice for quick sale; will rent,
or exchange for small property. Ap
ply ilii Ninth street. Phone weat
FOR SALE Modern seven-room house,
practically new, lu Edgewood park;
also live-room cottage near Four
teenth avenue and Thirty-niutli street.
For full particulars call at all Forty
FOR SALE $5,000 for seven-room two
story irame ail modern house; lot
6"xl60; good barn; owner will con
tainer a trade for other property. For
particulars see Eckhart & Buffum,
room 14, State bank.
FOR SALE At a bargain, eight-room
strictly modern house, in good loca
tion, two blocks from Broadway
cnurch; hot water heat, electric light,
gas; lot 60xl4i. Address "Bargain,"
care Argus, or call west 335-X.
FOR SALE Lota In South Heights,
south of Aiken street, btween
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; 225 down, balance in five
years. E. W. Robinson. 1454 Rich
mond street. Wnone west 1135-K.
FOR SALE In A 1 condition, story and
a half six-room cottage, with balh,
furnace, gHS. sewer, hot and cold wa
ter; high, dry cellar; paved street; de
sirable location; will ioi 0 per cent;
for quick sale 33,250. Address "P. D.
lj.," cure Argus.
FOR SALE (m account at leaving the
city 1 -will cell my residence at 1"15
Thirteenth avenue, consisting of gix
loom cottage, with gas, electricity,
and two lots 40x126, ail in llrst class
condition; terms Jl.B'Ht cash, balance
on time. Inquire on premises.
FOR KALE Seven-room cottage, with
si reens throughout, storm porch, bath
room, hoi and cold water,
eieciric iignts. large nasement, ce
ment walks; lot o by llo feet; gar
den and fruit; good transportation;
one-haif blot k from car line. For
quit k sale will sacrifice for $2.tiuo
cash. Address "Owner,"' care Argus.
FOR SALE Full sise lots. 26; J3 cash,
2 a month; located in South Side
addition, suburb of Houston. Texas,
where the government is spending
il.au0,0uu on tile great ship canal to
make Houston a seaport. Millions
more going into skyscrapers, hotels
and factories. Houston has doubled
in population in five years. Big op
portunity for Investors. Write for
illustrated literature. Mutual Land
company, 1179 Scan lan building,
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE Choice and cheap, 93-acre
bottom farm in South Moline, close to
city limits; ripe tor acreage division.
W. C. Wilson. 31o7 Fifteenth street,
Moline. Phone 6SS-X.
FOR SALE Eighty-acre farm, two
miles northwest of Taylor Ridge; well
improved; will lake small city prop
erty as part payment. James (3. Brit
ton. Phone west 1267-L.
FOR SALE Twenty-one acres of land
on Thirty-eighth street within seven
Mocks of Elm street car line. Also
a corner lot Stxl2D feet. In Moline.
Oood business lot. Inquire at 1222
Thirteenth street Mollne.
rOR SALE Or exchange; I have 310 . at which time ail persons having claims
acres ff alfalfa bottom land in the .against said estate are notified and re
state of Kansas, wii h good water sup-' quested to attend tor the purpose of
Ply. large stone house, stable, srran- ; hmiin the ta me adlucted Ail
ary. stock corral, well, windmill, etc.
I desire to secure a modern teven or
eight-room house, conveniently lo
cated in Rock Island .for a permanent
home. If interested, address A M
Bruner. Y. M. C. A. building. Rock
CLsriies IE. ISied.isoa
(The Best Is the Cheapest)
FIRE. LIFE. LIGHT NINO AND WIND
STORM INS CHANCE.
Office, 1726 Third avenue. Rates rea
sonable. ROCK ISLAND. ILL,
HOMES IN THE
This "Empire in Embryo" contains
j eleven million acres, wnen drained and
'farmed tan feed the whole United
i s-tates; with boh. rllotaie and market
j makes the Louisiana Delta the keystone
; of me t uited States, and we tan truly
jsav. "The stone wnii n the bunder re-
ije.ct.--d h.ometn the c rner stuns of the
building." These lands have been here-
tofor rc ected. as tr.elr values
lent f-.ly realized until recently.
tide of immigration is now- for the
soot... especial. y to the De.ta Lands of
Lou.siar.a: Go woth tne LT.iiioita
- ...- - -.--.-. - - . i. a i-. e
for yourse.f before purchasing eLe-
where. r or particultrs consult
Ellis T. Brawley. Special Ageat
Consult J. W. Stewart. Local AgenL
316 Safety Buildinfi:.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A black leather twin go-
cart at 1617 Twenty-fourth street.
FOR SALE Cheap, an open surrey:
also single harness; at 713 Twentieth
FOR f ALE Cheap, stock 1n Reynolds
Pattern & Machine company. Phone
FOR SALE Small cook stove, used five
months; In fine condition; at 730
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Scotch col
lie puppies, five weeks old; finely
marked. Phone west 1397-X.
FOR -SALE Rock Island brand mus
tard, at ail groceries and meat mar
kets. It's great; only 10 cents.
FOR SALE Four card tables, couch,
and Burrows pool and billiard table
oxi. Call at 2524 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE Two-cylinder, six to eight
horse power, first class pleasure boat,
fully equipped, ready for the water.
Inquire 1011 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Gasoline stove, chairs, ta
bles, cupboard. cooking utensils,
dishes, and furniture, suitable for
camping; at 2734 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE Cheap, Oliver risible type
writer; perfect condition and does
splendid writing; could ship on ap
proval and trial. Write to Charles
W. Rickart, Rosedala. Kan.
FOR SALE Horlsontal gasoline engine
as good as new; iii to I horse pow
er; alBO line shaft and some small
machinery. Gustav Blechschmldt,
lu46 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE At a bargain, almost new
15112 single cylinder magneto .model
Harley Davidson motorcycle. Har
rington Studio, Fifteenth street. Mo
line. FOR SALE One 4-cylinder. 10 horse-
?ower Lock wood-Ash motor. In per
efct condition, 3125; can be seen at
B. F. Peek gurage, Moline, 22 Elev
enth avenue, Mollne. Fur appointment
phone east luai-X.
FOR SALE Carriage horse, young,
sound and stylish, sate for lady; also
station, wagon, nearly new surrey,
park wagon, and harness; ull in tip
top shape; 104 Thirteenth ' street.
Phone west 768-L.
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching, from
tiie famous laying strain of Buff Or
pingtons und Bull Ruck; 31 and $1
per 15; baby chicks 32.60 and 33.60
per dosen. Twenty-fourth street and
Twentieth avenue. Old phona b93 Y.
FOR SALE A few eggs from my prlxe
w iniflng Barred Rocks, at (1.50 per 15,
and from Buff Orpingtons, cloBely re
lated to Madison Square garden (New
York) winners, 1911, at 32; guaran
teed 80 per cent fertile. H. K. Kill
mer, 500 Second street. Phone west
H. HEDRICK General auctioneer All
kinds of merchandise and household
goods auctioned at your house. Res
idence, oilVj Twentieth street. Phone
Estate of Charles Nesseler, Sr., de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Charles Nesseler, Sr., lale
of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deieased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the Hon.
Benjamin Bell, judge of the probate
court of Rock Island county, ut the
probate court room, in the city of Rock
Island, at the September term, on the
first Monday in September next, at
which time till persons having claims
acain.-t said estate are notitled and re-
i quested to attend for the purpose of
'having the same udjusted. All persons
Indeoiea to saiu estate are requesteu to
! inaae iiiiiiifuimt; ytjitieui to tne u.tuer-
Dated second day of May, A. D. 1912.
CHARLES NESSELER. JR..
W. Olmsted, attorney.
Estate of Eliza A. Ward, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
DOlntt d executor of the last will and
testament of Eliza A. Ward, late of the
county of RocK island, slate of Illinois.
deceased, hereoy gives notice thai he
will appear belore the Hon. Benjamin
Bell, judge of the probate court of Rock
Island county, at the probate court
room. In the city of Rock Island, at the
July term, on the ilrst Monday in July
next, at wh.ch time all persons having
claims against said estate are notliied
and requested to attend for Ihu purpose
of having the same adjuster. All per
sons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to the
Dated 2oih day of April. A. D. 1912.
EDWIN WARD. Executor.
Walker, Ingram at Sweeney, solici
tors. Administrator's Notice.
Estate of Hugh Gavin, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Hugh Uaviu. late of the county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that he will appear be
fore tho probate court of Rock Island
county, at the probate court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the June
l.rm on the first Munduv In .Inr.tfTw,
' Indebted to raid estate are requested to
make immediate payment to tne under
Dated 4th day of June. A. D. 1912.
FRED E. GAVIN Administrator.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of John Barth, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given tuttt the
undersigned, Russell R. Barlh and May
Bleuer. executors of tne estate of John
Bartn. deceased, have this day tiled their
final report and settlement as such in
tho Probate Court of Rock Island coun
ty, and heating on said report has
been set for June 12, 1S12, at nine
o clock a. m , at winch time persons In
terested may appear ani ruake objec
tions thereto, and if no objections are
tiled, said report wiil be approved at
that time, and the undersigned will ask
for an order of distri but. on, and will
also ask to be dischargetL
Rock Island, Illinois. May 17. 112.
Rl'KSELL R BARTH.
Executors of estate of John Barth, de
ceased. James W. Maucker, attorney.
Notice of Klaal Settlement.
Estate of Fred Carlson, deceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that
the undersigned. Maria Carlson, admin
istratrix of the estate of Fred Carison,
has this day filed her final report and
settlement as such In the probate court
of Jio k island county, and hearing on
said renorl has been set for June 14 l ll 9
WfrreIB, t, (l'.,i,.r.i ., m i.. .i i,.h tim- -
77.: ...... . :..'. ... " V'"" r "".'"
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' li i - ar.u n no w.ji-ilon
I '.port w.I be approved
at that time, and the undersigned will
1 . . . . . 1 i
will also Ask to be dis"harged.
P.ock liiand. Iii.. May 24. 1S12
Administratrix of the Estate of Fred
Walaer. Ingram at Swirisney, attorneys.
Estate of Kate Whitney, deceased. j
The undersigned havlnir been ap- '
pointed administrator of tne estate of j
Kate Whitney, late of the county of i
Rock Isl.v.id. state of Illinois, deceased, i
hereby gives notice that he will appear i
before the probnte court of Rock Is- j
land county, ut the probate court room, j
in the city of Rock Island, at the Aug- j
ust term, on the first Monday In Aug- i
ust next, at which time ail persons j
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose of havins the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to s:iid es
tate are requested to make immediate
pavment to the undersigned.
Dated 29th dav o TMay. A. D. 1912.
MeEnlry ft McEnlry. solicitors.
Estate of Davjd H.-SJcNutt. deceased.
The undersigned havlr.tr been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of David 11. McNutt. late i(
the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hen by gives notice
that he will ajipear before the Hon.
Benjamin Bell. Judge of the probata
court of Rock Island county, at the
probate court room, in the city of Rock
Island, at the August term, on the first
Monday in August next, at which time
all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to Rt
tend. for the purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to
said estate are requested make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
listed 29th dav of Mav. A. D. 1912.
MAYNARD McDONALD. Executor.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
JEFFERSON'S FAMOUS HOWE.
Matchless In the Earthscape That En
circles Its Setting.
Monticello divides interest with
Mount Vernon us the most historical
homestead in Virginia. It is Insepara
bly connected with the life of Thomas
Jefferson, and his writings on philoso
phy, statesmanship, history, political
economy and the common affairs of
life, accomplished in its classic shades,
have made him known as the "sage of
Monticello." The architecture of the
building is unique. It Is, first of all.
Jeffersonlan, but as the name of the
estate is Italian the builder preserved
the harmonies In basing the form on
The summit of the "little mouutain"
was leveled to form a park of some ten
acres, in the center of which the lines
of the mansion were laid. It has four
fronts, and it is difficult to determine
which presents the widest aud most
attractive view. Iu any direction there
is outspread a superb view of a land
scape that cannot be matched iu Its
splendid setting of mountain and val
ley, highland and meadow, forest and
st ream. The prospect Is an earthscape
limited only by the power of vision.
The bouse was beuu lu Mr. Jeffer
son's youth and built lu sectious. Thir
ty years el;i Sed before its final com
pletion owIhb to the fact that the
builder was his own architect and con
tractor, and the demands of his coun
try require-:! more of bis time -than he
could devote to ills private iiffnirs.
When it was finally completed the in
fluence of French art had left its im
press on the builder's mind, and the
interior decorations and furnishing re
Ceded the taste of the Louis periods.
Francis N. I'.ark.sdale in Leslie's.
Imitation Diamonds of Pasta Are the
It Is always wise when buying a
white topaz to purchase It from a reli
uble dealer, Inasitiuch as rocli crystal
and even lend glass are often sold un
der that tin me.
Colorless beryl yields a very brilliant
and diamond-like Btoue wtieu proper
ly cut Indeed, many gems and even
phenaclte and rock crystal often
passed in former days as diamonds,
even under the scrutiny of experts.
such exact tests as refraction and
Svecific gravity helm: unknown uutii
comparatively recent years.
No imitation of the diamond, bow
ever. Is so brilliant us a skillfully cut
piece of the kind of lead glass known
in the trade as paste." The play of
color In these counterfeits Is often
very beautiful, but the glass "dia
mond" possesses no luster, this term
being applied to the light reflected
from the lop surfaces of a gem. The
flashes of light and color that give
brilliancy come from the Interior, be
in throtvt) from the rear surfaces of
The glass diamond Is soft nnd Is at
tacked chemically by a number of
things with which it comes In contact
by wear, for both of which reasons it
soon becomes dulled. Philadelphia
Saturday Evening I'usL
He Spoke to Her.
A. Virginia farmer was driving a re- j
fractory cow down the roud one morn- 1
ing The cow and the driver came to at
crossroad. The man wanted the cow :
to go straight ahead, but the cow,
picked out the crossroad. A negro was j
coming along the crossroad
"Ilaid her off: liald her off!" yelled :
the driver. !
The negro Jumped about the road '
and waved his arras. The cow pro- (
ceeded calmly on her way.
"Ilaid her off! liaid ber off. nig j
ger!" yelled the driver.
"I' a try In ter!" replied the negro, j
"Speak to her! fcpeak to ber and ;
she ll stop!"
"Good mawnin', cow good miwn-
InT said the negro politely. Saturday j
! Evening PosL i
When You Crack Your Hat. j
If you are ever unfortunate enough
to smash a new Derby hat, so mat it '
J cracks and In spite Of vigorous rubbing j
and brushing refuses to resume its
pristine moothxefca of surface, try the j
simple expedient of holding a lighted j
match inside the hat close to the bro-
ken stioL I'.v the time the match has!
t SI 1 ?MS
For instance. loos, at us.
What we used to be and
what we are today. Noted,
,4 unsupported, and all alone
in our business of loaning
money on household goods,
pianos, diamonds, salaries,
ate. We bave no competi
tion). So rac-aU your feisfe
rate loan companies and
bring your business to us.
Then you will be glad that
you read this ad. Phone
West 17 7.
304 Best Bldg.
Rock Island, HI.
I J. W. JONES, Pres.
Salary loans a specialty
TRIO LODGE. No, 67. A. F. 4 A. M..
Meets In stated communication
the first Thursday of each
month at 7:S0 p. m. By order
of Carlton U. Taylor, W. M. William
B. Petiit. secretary.
MULTIPLE ELErTKOLt SIS.
alt LTH'Liil ELECTROLYSIS Superflu
our hairs ou face and arms perma
nently removed with one to sit;
needles; four to six hours' work In
one with six needles. Address Miss
A. M. Klttrldge. Fiat 1. Argyle Flats,
Brady street, Davenport, old phone
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eln
arsen. graduated Swcdisn masseuse.
gives treatment in private Homes.
Phone west 82D-L. Add
idress 61 Thlr-
1 LAIHVOY vr.
MRS. HARTMAN Clairvoyant and
render, l'lmns west 1741 -Y. Address
7oii Ninth street. Rock Island. Read
ing, ho cents.
LEARN Practical Dr njrnaklntr and
Ladles' Tailoring and btN Independent
and self -suppoi ting. We leach yoil
to cui. tit. design aud make your
gown from your own materials, po
sitions furninhed when competent IC
desired. O. II. Ural. lie. Ladies' Tailor
and I iniHinnki r, South Putnam build
ing. Duvenport. Phono North 72.
hat has become soft If you will then
brush it vigorously with a stiff brush
for a moment it will regHiu Its former
smoothness and look us If uotbing luul
ever marred Its surface. .New York
Married the Family.
When ljifcadlo 11 earn married his
Japanese wife nil his wife's family
accompanied him to his new quarters,
lie mentions that he had nine lives
dependent upon him wife, wife's
mother, wires father, wife's adopted
mother, wife's father's father, then
l servants and a lluddliist student. This
wouldn't do in Ftiglaml, but It Is noth
ing in Japan. "Utfcadio Uearn Ills
Life and Work," by Niua LI. Keuuard.
Tess I thing I'.elle acted rather shab
bily in breaking her engagement to
Jack Huggiinl .less Well, be broke
bis arm. Tes-i-l'.ut. got! gracious
Jess Yes. good grneious'. What use 1st
a fiance with a broken arm? Philadel
Top prices fur skunk, coon of
mink. Highest prices for feath
ers. Telephone 3069. Residence
1210 West Second street, Dav
enpoo. ED. SHOE.
MwrjnrrMrsxrzxcK " -;is..'i.j.... iAfrjsi
Also wonv-n. to Investiirate our
low rale piau tif loaning money
tin household goodt;, pianos, live
stoi k. t ic, without removal.
If you iit-t-d any amount from
', to 1100, come In and let us
talk it over with you. We are
helping other and can help you.
Jl.il per week is the payment
on a Vc'i loan for 50 week other
amounts in proportion. Monthly
or q la.-terly payments also ar-laii'.-il
If o i t annot come in. telephone
us or till out this blank and mail
It to us. Our agent wiil call at
your house and explain all de
tails witno'it cost to you. You
wiil not t urged to borrow.
PRIVATE AND RELIABLE.
lTirCLu7 - L5L3 Co.,
tTH Brady Street.
Bell telepnone North 2426. Opeq
Wedns-sdt-y and Saturday. m en -lnga.
half burned out you will nnd thai tnalc