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THE ROCK ISIaAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, JTTXE 8, 1912.
PRiE RIDDLE TODAY
IF . GEttERAU fi-AVS A PAKTV
OUST UEFORtr A 5ATTLE
WOULD HIS CAMMOM-.OE- HIM ?
" i 1
will rfzps2jy jTwillv I I wilt J ? follow Iever. hearVla (uhkt
Argus Branch Offices
Tor the tcocmmodaUon of Its patrons
In various part of the city, The Argus
taa established a system of branch of
fices, whert subscriptions and want ad
vertising may be received and any In
formation left Uiat may pertain to any
depart merit -f the paper, cesi or busi
ness It liVlno planned to have at each
of thea branch offices every evening
supply of eopiea of Tbe Argus of toe
day. ao that any subscriber who may
tisve failed under any clrcumataccea to
receive Ms paper, will be supplied rrea
Tbe Argus' chain of branch offices
Includes tna following:
J. J. Klpp'a notion store, 4301 Fifth
H. .E Row a pharmacy, llt Four
Rlaaa' drug storm. Twanty-serenth
Street, Seventh avenue.
I'llemeyer a drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth street.
Ueorga W. Miiibousa, confectlonetry,
t0 Fourth avenua
Mr. London a notion stove. Seventh
Street, fourteenth avenua
Helmbeck's pharmacy, til Third ave
Bue Ber.ger's grocerry. Hi Eleventh
Rodert drug store. Thirtieth street
Dd Firth avenua.
College pharmacy. Seventh avenue
nd ThirtT-eigbtb street,
Olaon grocery. Thirteenth avenua and
ritelner drug store, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street.
run hbm iiocses.
i'OK RENT Mix-room modern house.
Inquire Li' Twenty-third street.
FOR It EST Swu-ro'im house, newly
f .irr.isred. or will rent imruralsheil.
ltniuiie l.'is Twi.m. urcit.
FOR KENT Fuur r.iorri l.ous with
iir and mr at .11" S tth ave
nue li. 4j!ra 41k ri-vcj.iffi,iii Hireet.
I'OR KENT Seven-room house, tnod-
rn, wltn gas rar.ge. at liu Twenly
flfth street. lnu.u.re H4 Third ave
nue. F"It I;i:NT f x-roum J.oue at 62)
he..fh avenge, :y aler, pns and
!' :rir light. li,'iul:e ibiii I xtu
nv 1 1 ie . j
FOR RENT - M'lei n kev en-roorn house!
' 1J. 'Iil!It. Mre.t, reM fmou
iihle i, Mrual Jiaiiilly. l:iu ill e I.lnm&er
A Meyer. ;
y H llliNT
I I' V U , IT
Iri' I. M.l.
iii.d ' '
"in lue.ii"', v
FOR RENT Furn,hd s'-ven-r""m
h'iue, ni'Mlem. '. Tw i,t)-ei orid
h'reet K"'i": '! S".i,ti, avenue. Ad-rlre,-.
I; .! . ' are Atk i.
F'R ItKNT Sven-r.im cottr with
modern Imprnvemt i.is at 2!,', Kir in -ami
.t-half aveii ie. i.g .ure 1 io3 toc
e,iii avenue, or call west 1077.
FOR RENT New modern s ven-romn
house, with ouMidc sleeping porch;
corner 'I w -n t - II ; t is street and Fil
teetitii uvenui. it. i ill of Linltiger
FOR Hi:N"l- i:iKhl-r"om modern house,
on l.inth-an.1 a-i.,ii! avenue between!
TW'till seventh ali'l T '.VII ' ' - e . Jt ll t h 1
htreein In. in, iv Liiicprau hotel. Iu2
h ir'ii i t-1 . i
r)lt IIEM FLATS.
KI'.Ni' A I ! r. -1 .,m" flat, partly
derii. i'' '1 t.'. It y -elk hi h street.
I 'I; KEN
t t Ir. iv
11 V II lie.
.1' T il,
t! V e
J " It
of 'A' right's- modern
a t 1 -J v cntccnth
w : 1 1 . i u.
st I el
lie; 1 1 1
I I v e -1 . -urn
! t 1 in. iiii
; I...- hi. . ntn
K en r
. .1 J
live iii.'in modern flat
-cat.,1, JJ" pi r mouth ln
W. Sleual'l, .Ilty bulld-
1 I. :n a
-tllst KI.I.OKUl 9.
sl l .
I ic ne
111 :'."x3". at 2
Til. to 5 p. III.
r 'u:.:. w:t!i all
...lt..e ua a
at I 11 llejtl a
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I-KOS KSSION Al ATTOHKl S.
JAi'hbl'N. Ill i.Si SiArr'UhLi Al- i
torneya-al-i w. i.".ii' e lu Rock Island'
Nelloiiul haiiK bui.ding '
b'liAKI.h St UAIusUALl Lawyers.
Muiie to loan on und real estate
security. Rooms 3i4 and oi bafcly i
buiid. iih. R "k Is. and. Hi ;
WILLIAM M WALKtR Attoiney; I
general law busuiesa, corporation
.luuair and rt ai e.-lale law. 111 1 cu
ll's tmna b it uu. at 1'noue wst i.-j
WAl.Kh.lv. INuKAll i bWi.tM.Y-Ai-toineaand
i vui.m-ui p al mv-. Money
to loan on reai estate. .Rooms
lul. 1 copies .Nn'n.i.a, Imi.ii hulluii,
Mct-MHV As McLMlt Y Alt rne-at-law
Loan iiii'in) on good security;
make lo.iectioi s Uriniiu.ii. Milch
ed at L nde, hankers. uitKr, il.lcUe.l
Si Lyi.df Iju.ld.i.s j
JT K.Vt A.N'l" CoX -Real eaTTteand I
Insuraiue Louna a specially. lies!
t.re con.i'ar.ies r t yt , ten i til lour pat- ;
Ionise anvited. i iniiifi w t t 12. and i
Ui ottn e at court house j
bl.-N.N-. i l b ll.ulan. e Ancy k't, '
in. kciaeiil, LtmLU and piste slass, I
real tststv uiid loans feeiond lloor. '
tfet UiidiiiK. olllce phone, west
Sub. Kts.de. ne 1 hone. 72v,-K. Opeo 1
VSedncsUay and fsati.ru' avrnlnaa
WE VMU. lioM Vol' kjecutors. aa
mliuslraloi s . guvrd.ana. trustees or
any kind vf jud-cial uouda, lodsas and
sociny officers . city, state or f. b.
s.overntnci.1 ettivia.s, contractors, po-
tlons oi trust, lu tact, any kind of
bond o i int tact pi bail boi.dil
lerms irtnii.ti.t. liayes a. Otave
land. reian.t mun.ia: ta. 1 .delity
l posit con. pan y ol Maryland
kh.'s iirrt;n i k
WEILS 1 KTE'
it i. I n a,: he
I ol.tldel.tl.li. I.
1 r '"T-.su: ' a .
I .' .' and 4j.II
lUMIIAIlllI'.v ANI Hlll.UKHS.
Be 11 LEks,
Msunfarturers of Sash. Doors. Blinds
and jStair interior l.i..n uf all kinds
UtrilW'Hid Vn.Mf lloonr.g. and deal
ers In Uias. n ao.d in EighleealA
n k a.,en. y" sj;
rn Ml. . I. CM aao. li-.
...: We e'lv ex per t.
I.t st r . .. r . Ii , ct.arfce
n. Tt.e'hoi.e Harrison j
FOR RE5T ROOMS.
POR RENT Rooms: finest modern fur
n.f 1 rooms In the city. Kennedys
(the St. Johns house), 1S2SH-12sVi
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 1403 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Three famished rooms at
1400 S Third avenue.
RENT ' Furnished room, partly
lern. at 02 Tenth street.
RENT Furnished rooms also
Inquire 1807 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at Sw7 Third street.
FOR KENT Modern furnished room;
reasonable rales, 2ull Fifm avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished light house
keeping room at 642 Slxteaalh street.
FOR RENT Newly furnished modern
rooms, with bath; a Twentieth
FOR RENT t Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 11 Cm
FOR RENT Four large rooms; gas.
sewer and water; at bit Ninth street.
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms (or light housekeeping at sJt
FOR RZLVT Five rooms, upstalra, wlui
gas. water, and sewer. Inguire at
FOR KENT Modern furninhed rooms
lor liKlit housekeeping, uae of phone,
at 11 34 Third avenu.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room In
modern house, to lady ampioyed; 110
Fif lh-aiid-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT Two rooms, modern, for
light housekeeping, at llui Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Fun.lshed room In modern '
house, suitable f.ir one or two gen- '
Ueuien. lhuu Filth avenue. i
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room. '
with uiodern conveniences, location
central; at 12ju oeconu avenue. i
FOR RENT Four unfurnished modern :
rooms at kZi tu vei. teei. tn strett; par-
ties with cliiidreii need not appiy. '
FJR RENT Modern furnished room,
with board, suitable for gentleman,
at 1U'2 Second avenue. Fiione west
FOR RENT Larfte n.om in slrlctly
nii'dem home, suitable f"r two; vvr.i,
or without board, 7J4 Seventeenth
st r el.
FftH RENT Nicely furnished room, all
m'Kl.'in. for gentleman, with use f
phone, west 1.J3-X. at 116 Third
F(JR RENT Oni or two furnished or I
unfnrnisued ro'ms lor iint house-
keeping; rent very reasonable, at i4ci I
KUUilii avenue. I
FOR liENT Nicely furnished front
room with ail modern conveniences,
suitable for one or two gentlemen, at
Sis Fourteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
to gentlemen 'Hl'. within six blocks
of husine-ss center; us of pnone; on
two car line; at Second avenue.
FOR KENT Modern furnished room
good locution, with board. In prMatel
n.-me. suitable for one or two if em 1..- i
men. at si 'twentieth strtet. pnone 1
west 743-X. 1
FOR RENT Two light hous keeping
rooms. furrilFhed. no objection to la
dies hoiio! lly emp loved, may have
sewing ma. liine,
03y r?-v ent h
WA.M ED ni i:i.LA.EOl J.
en nt your
ur lawn mower to shurp
tiome. 50 vents, guaian-
teed, also in vv ns to mow. and
work. Pht'iie "Tilers in cai e
U-X. J. li. Darby.
v a 1 d
WANTED Hoard, rs, also have
hous, Keeping looms. inquire
W'ANTKIi- To biiv. a
t. tit Address llj;
I'none wect lo&i.
Smilll Se,-o;iJ i ;
VATKI Two ur tt.rte
modern, i i . fcood location,
exii.al.Kiil Call 47t.
I e!Yl euces
i WAXTblD Persons to leave ail amateur 1
, IlniMili.fe- ul liurtzsdiug- store for the
Brown studio, corner 1'hlrd avenue
and Twentieth street.
WAN 1 LU To launder, lace curtains;'
work promptly called for and deliv
ered. Mrs. l.uel.a '1 itterins ton. '
r'oui teenlh street. Old puuue west '
W ANTED To buy, furniture and stoves i
of all kinds, w.l. pay uisu- sl market
prices lor second '.and aoods. Knlff .
becond Hand store. lSu lairu aviuc.
Moline i-.ast lil.
WANTED ople to know that the
hest prices are paid lor iadis' una
gents' casl-cft t iotnii.,:. i a: I'ets. r.is. ;
etc. l'e.ilch. i l East 'li.nd street.'
l'.ivenpoit. l'hone north iu-j-Y. !
WANTED To buy, new and second
hand yoods. stoves, furniture, carpels,
elc. a.so cast-off clolmi.s;. hats,
shoes, etc.; 1 pay inches price; w.ii
buy. e l or trade an thing of value,
ts Frers Second Hand stole, lua
Second avenue, l lioiie weal Zii.
WANTED To have you telephone the
'W'-a.lty tinop II you w sh us lo ca.i
ai your home witn sample of Ii-kii
yrade hosiery and knit underwear
w e Jso lak orders for hand em
btoiuered dresses, wa'sls, houechoid
1 i.ei.s. Irisn crochet !;- troocnes.
hat pins. etc. Hilda C. limwu-r. 2a. -Eighth
avenue, l'hone west l'jtil-K.
WANTEI' I'osmon as elevator n.arif 15
yeais' ex;trience. Inquire i. sec
WANTKI Hy your.g man. position as
ct.nnfl-ur. reiiut'ie. trn k lireferrtd.
Address "Chauffeur." Argus.
li. HKl'Rk'K General auctioneer All
kinds of merchandise and nouseho.d
Koods a ictioi.ed at your house. Res
idence. -41 Twel.tlttl. streeL 1'lioe
wis; 1. J-o - hi.
BWEDibH MOVEMENT Mies A. Eln-
ari-rn. graduated bwedish iu.ie.i', I
arivea treatment In private homes. 1
phone west i-L. Address all Tnir-ty-nlnlU
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accos lt j
end claims collected.
Wll.iam w .
Pop s baa
WAXTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Man to take care of lawn;
steady work. Inquire 1720 Twenty
WANTED Five DO!
summer: good pay.
avenue. Saturday 's
i; steady work all
Call 1523 Fourth
WANTED Good solicitors for local
work. Apply atter p. m. at HSi
Fourteenth-and-a-half street. Phone
WANTED Representatives to travel
and d.itrjbute samples tor big manu
fa.'turer; steady work; J10u month
ly and exp. iu-es. b. Scheffer, 752
Sherntn. Chicago, LIL
WANTED Bright young men to sell
goodd on Rock Island passenger
trair.s; good opportunity for right
paj-iles. Apply J. J. virltr newa
aiand. Rock Island depot.
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; few weeks completes; come
now; rlnlsu at busiest aea&on; we con
trol many excellent positions; tools
given; wages whiie learning; cata
logue mailed free. Moler Barber col
ite. Chicago. 1.1.
WANTED Workmen seekinaT employ
ment in Mollne, rla-it Mollne, Rock 1s
laiio. ijuvenport or lletteudorf can
gel intormauon regarding aitoatlons
by apply. ng to Labor Bureau, Trl
Clty jiauuiacturtr aasuciauon. Mo
llne theatre building, ilolma, 1U. Mo
WANTED .Men for firemen and brake
rritn on i.ij.rby railroads; tau to tluO
iiior.lhiy, rou;tior.. ei:glneer-con-ducior,
experience unnecessary; no
strike, fct to 3b. Railroad em-
pUylig l.eadqaarters, over 5,0oo men
tent to pooitioiis on 1.000 cSicial calls.
State ajre. Address Hallway Asso
cialion" Hex. care Argua.
n'A.MD l-EUAI.E HELP.
WANTED Girl at 16uti Second avenue;
WANTED Girl to lo
llui tecord avenue.
second work at
WANTEI.' Experlen'-ed saleslady
li.e bee iiive. Davenport.
WANTEI.' Middle aged lady to do gen
eric huuseHvirk at il Eighth ave
i.ue. two in aair.i.y.
WANTEI)- Competent girl to do gen
eral houhewoik , iio washing; at 606
K:m street, i'none west 411.
Xi'erienctd lady stenog-io"kkeef-ei-.
i'aer Co., l'.-l
u First avenue.
j WANTED Girl to do general houso
I work. exp riem ed cook; pood wages.
Apply -4j E,g!ilh avenue. I'none
WANTMD Salesladies to Introduce new
arrh U- on cm mission ; no experience
necessary, i a.l at 17115 Fourth ave
nue. Rock Island, lii.
WANTEI Stronir. reliable grirl to do
fceneiiU l..,iihew oi k In family of thre(
grown ..-iM'ii.-. no wnsliinir. noo.l
w.iire-. Aj ply li-43 Nineteenth street.
WANTED Ladles to learn beauty cul
ture; our instr jctioiis. demonstra-.
lior.-s. lectures, examination, methods,
ail save time and work; our diplo
mas re. '.gnized t 'jry where; positions
waiting in l,t st p..rlors lor competent
opuat irs. V, r.tc today. Moler col
lege, t'hii iijo. 111.
W AVI Ell 1IA1 i; UK F'K MALE.
WANTED o-i to earn a dollar un ev
ening addressing envelopes for me at
home; aii pal iiculai s necessary to
Mart work tor d me. 11. Hamblin.
A 31i. Grand Rapids. Mich.
W A M Illl TO E II A I.E.
n aa i io exenange, 130 aores
limber li.nd, ior suiaii property or
ai-aiit iot or t wo. Call at or address
'343 i-I'.gi.tci n'.u avenue.
Bl!lEiS t WAXES.
IF you want to h.-gm or expand busi
ness, writ-- tn l.oaid of 'iiade. Wey
n,,in, Saskal- he wan. We vv.mt indus
tries, retain r.-- a .-l vv hoiesai.-rs. Elec
trii. t"'.v.r, wa'tr. I a. 1, ui.-a. Rudd
ers witii cas-iial needed. lJopulalion
doubled tnia .ar.
est In my
nt fi, W !.!'
uuu to ii.
$ . uo ) will buy half lnler-Wi.oi'-aaie
and reluil L-usi-h
w.Il pay you from 412.
a y.:r o;i the lnvert-
1 vili i:iov the above to be -
i t hy j" rs'it.dl interview. Busl-
will stand in e stlictest Invest!- I
n. No pel. -on hut subt r man.
th' i -.-u. '.vi.u -iin !ut his I uii
into ti-e I, .siiiT-ss. iied answer,
of relcrei.i s Kiven and retjuired. '
explain t .. pciiona! Interview
I inu.-t have a paltnr. Address
w h v
rsmitn. IjJ Oodcn avenue, Clu- '
l.)SI AMI KOlSiD.
'.ii' k pr"-kteiMck. he
.in and EiKi.teenth
1 iivt'i.ji. Reward if
B' jt tu.lidii..
IA'ST Friday evening. lad ,
vvat. il. t. t w e. n Rock l.-la:,d 1:
;.n-l t. rry li. .lsrr. Return to Aigus
atid f f-ive smt.lllle le'Ailtd.
I,( 'ST--i T Ftraved from barn. Wednes- j
ua. J une . a h"t . t bu--kskin colon, t
we!!it 1.1'j'J I'u'.t.ils, stiff front feet, i
s jfl i ;r.K wit:. heaves, bought :n i
w.j Reward t "i return to S12
s-'-v I'M:, street. I'ii-it.e w tst 172J-X.
Ill MMtl IK.VI US.
1LAVE meiiical. proprietery and mail'
ord'-r h';.-:ness r.ettini? f lO.r'Ou year.-;.
t:n eriali: lng ; inwt diKniried h'iMr.ei-s .
r 4, want mei.i.-r for tt.is city1
w if. 11."": g-.:arai.teeirK him ov'r ;
H.'. jear.y. '. b'.ai.U". , .No 7 E. 1
Jaik.-on l-o..i'. '. al d. tl.oa6.. I
ex press an d stokagsj.
waun covers, clc. Tents for rent. U
also manufuciurer of awnings, tenia
luiessier v Co. ml 1 if leer.tn street.
LET 1 Toss do
cents a ru:l,
roll and up. 1
your paperhangics;; Id
wail paper at a cents a
-xl b.xm avenue.
CASH paid for old clothing, carpels
rugs. etc. A. Deutscu. -i iast Thirt
street. Davenport- i'uuL Lm lu lvia-Y.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, t.ade oi
rent anu.ir.g, engage help or securi
a Situation, the Man ara Journal U
the on.y paper In Moline that can dt,
Il for you. Mail and Journal wants
are peppier, and Mail and Journal
wants Lring r-uila. One-haif cent
per word is the price to ail alike
rash In advance, two-cent stamps w 111
do. Evening and Saturday iaaii and
.o-rr.aL Moilne. IJ.
! (The Best Is the Chear-tal )
FIRE. LIFE. EIGiiTNINU AND WIND
li Third av-o.
B.OCH. Lii AND. n T.
I.iiST A S'niill t
I v en; S v nt . , ;
streets on -,:';
returi.eu lo to
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTT.
FOR SA.LI: Houses from $1,600 to II.
800, on easy terms. Fhcne 1165-K.
E. W. Robinson.
FOR SALE Double dwelling: r-ts
233 per month: price S3.30O; a very
good investment. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, partly
modern, water and gas; lot 60zl&0.
Inquire at 191 Third street. Easy
FOR SALE Cheap, a new entirely mod
ern seven-room house, at Twenty-nfth
ttreet and Fifteenth avenue. Apply
Lininger & Meyer.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located at 273 Fifth ave
nu. Inquire . Tbenn. 10 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Party leaving for Califor
nia desires to sell eight-room house;
ail modern conveniences, with barn,
aftis Thirty-i.intn street.
FOR SAXUl Lota In Island View Height
addition; finest In the city; ask for
prices and terms. C S. Mc Daniel, 602
fcaiety building. Rock Island.
FOR BALE Modern eight-room house:
east front; one block from school
house, church, park car line. Inquire
so Forty -third street- Fnone west
FOR SAJ-ji Lots In Scheuermann nftb
addition. Seventh street and i llteeuio
avenue; pay n. ems t per moulu.
Call if 00 tJixin street. Old phone
FOR SALE Modern seven-room house,
practically new. In Edgewood park;
also Qve-rooSl cottage near four
teenth avenue and Thirty-uinU'i street.
For full particulars call at ell Forty
FOR SALE At a bargain, eijjht-room
strictly modern house, in good loca
tion, two blocks iroin liroauway
churcn; hot waler heat, electric liyM,
gas, lot 60x140. Address "iiargalu,'
caie Argus, or call west 335-X.
FOR SALE Lota In South
snu;n of Aiken street.
'i well to. and beventeenth streets; on
easy ttrme; tl3 down, balance lu five
ytais. fc.. W. Robinson, 1464 Rich
mond atieeu U hone west 116i-h
FOR SALE In A 1 condition, story and
a half six-room collage, with bath,
furnace, gas, sewer, hoi and cold wa
ter; high, dry cellar, paved street; de
MraLlo location; will net 6 per cent;
fur quick sule 3,2i0. Address "P. D.
FOR SALE On account of leaving the
city 1 will sell my residence al lolj
Thirteenth avenue, consisting o six-
room cottage, with
and two lots 40x126
condition; terms Sl.tiuu cash, balance
on time. Inquire on premises.
FOR SALE LAX US,
FOR SALE Twenty-one acres of land
on Thirty-eighth street within seven
blocks of Elm street car line. Also
a corner lot fcSxl-i feel. In Moline.
Good business lot. Inquire at 1222
Thirteenth street Moline.
FOR PALE Or exchange; I have S10
acres tif alfalfa bottom land In the
Etate of Kansas, with good water sup
ply, large stone house, stable, gran
ary, stock corral, well, windmill, etc.
1 desire to secure, a modern seven or
eight-room house, conveniently lo
cated in Kock laland ,ior a p rmanent
home. If interested, address A. M.
Hiuner, Y. M. C. A. building, Rock
END us a postal or leiej.none as soon
as your house Is vacant; we have
hundreds oi applicant for vacaat
bouses and will send them you
We do not cti.rge aaythlng for ibi
charge. Bumniertleld s. 111-11 East
tjecoiid (lre t, DavenporL
EliVITlAN I'altiilst 1113 West Third
street. Iiavenport. In., tells past, pres
ent and future; Kiv''s advice on all
affnirs of lite. fc.Uifitclioti guaran-
F.'iYI'TIAN" I'almlst. Mndnnie I.ola, Just
arrivtd in 1 'i.v enpori. tcil.-, past, pr. s
eiit and future; Kiv s itilvi, e on nil
love and husiness arl'.'iirs. 51V Harri
Adii'ioislrulor'a .N oiler.
E:tate of Uodlrey Schneide-,
i':i- nnii' rslK'ned having been ap
i i : t . 1 .i.imin-.-t i a ' l it of t lie estate of
"iff y S'liiifW'"', l-'t" of the county f
I; i.-lullii. .-talo of Illinois, deceased.
:l itivrs i.iitii that she will ap-
I . -la I
il lieli. re t
n- proi.ate court ot itock
at the probate court room
in the city of Rock Isi.'tiid. at the Auk-
i list it r;n, on tl,e :;rst Monday in Aiiku.-I
I n xt. at which time ad persons havinir
claims uii.ilnst said estate are Iiotilled
' and r' i'.sied lo attt tid for the purpose
of hnviiiM the same ndjusted. All per
' sons indebted to siud state are re-
Questi-d to make immediate puyinent to
! the uinlersiKIK d.
i Dated 3rd dav f.f Jtine. A. T. 1912.
; ELIZABETH SCHNEIDER,
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
.Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Mary Jane Welch, deceased.
l'uDuo notice is ntreby given that
the imdei signed. Fl ank I'. vVelch, has
this day iiled his tinal report and settle
ment as sin h in t'le probate court of
Rock island eounty. and hearing on said
report has been set for June
at o'clock a. m., at which time per
sons int-rested may appear and make
objections thereto, and if no objections
are ;j;d. said report will be approved
at that time, and the undersigned will
ask i ' r a:. "r i r of di-irilmiion, and
wi.l also a.k to he discharged.
Rock Island. III. 4,r.e 3. 1!12.
FRANK I'. WELCH. Executor.
SKIN and FURS
Top prices for skunk, coon of
tu.iik. Highest prices lor feath
ers. Telephone 3069. Residence
1210 West Second street, Dav
enport. ED. SHOE.
to seil capital sick in realty
syndicate operating in Chicago
and surreiundii.vj territory. Ti
tle of property held bv Chica
go Title A- Trust company for
st K-kholdcrs. Syndicate r.ow
Miowii.g profit. Future earn
ings on ureatly increased
s--aie. liood man can nave lib
eral r..r.tra--i and exclusive
territory. and fuil informa
tion and references in first let
ter, r i all
NV.1 .. I.endersoa. Marr.
C IIICA(, - AHI.U 1KHHINAI.
A IAITIIHV IIIHI.T
Y N llll Al K.
133U First National Hank Bid.
FOR PALE Cheap, stock. In Reynolds
Pattern Machine company. Phone
FOR SALE A plush covered couch,
very cheap. Dr. A. J. Benson, 30SVa
FOR SALE Very cheap, surgical and
medical books, also kitchen range, at
7o9 Twenty-second street.
FOR SALE Rock Island brand mus
tard, at all groceries and meat mar
kets; It's great; only 40 cents.
FOR SALE Three electric fans, one
lawn mower, and other household
furniture, at 210 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Couch, Burrows parlor pool
table 6xS; gasoline stove, second hand.
Call 2524 Seventh avenue. Phone west
FOR SALE; Remington typewriter No.
7, late model; aiso work bench with
vise attached. Call S44 Twenty-hub
street. Phone west 1732-L.
FOR SALE Two-cylinder, six to eight
horse power, tirst class pleasure boat,
fully equipped, ready for the water.
Inquire 1011 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Cheap, If taken at once,
one Moon tourlug car, live-passenger.
4u-borse power; good s new. Phone
west 121. or call .t 21s TwenUeth
FOR SALE A nice family mare, guar
anteed gentle for lady to drive, also
buggy and harness. 3150 If taken
immediately at 40i Brown street,
FOR SAiiE Furniture, parlor suite,
table, chairs, combination bookcase
and desk, sideboard, couch. Iron bed,
range, mat ti ess, dresser, wash stand,
gas stove, etc, at 72V Thlrty-nlutii
of Charles Nesseler, Sr.,
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the lust will and
testament of Charles Nesaeler, Sr., iato
of tno county of Rock Island, state oi
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
thai he w ul appear before the lion.
Benjamin Bell, judge of the probate
court of Rock Island county, at the
probate court room, in the city of Rock
! island, at the September term, on the
: hri-l Monday In September next, at
I which time all persons having claims
against said estate ure notilied and re
quested to attend lor the purpose of
having the same adjusted. Ail persons
1 indebted to said estate are requested to
gas, electricity, I mane iiuiutuiuio payment 10 tue uiiuer
ail in rirsi class i signed.
Dated second aay or aiay, A. u. 1S12.
CHARLES NESSELER. JR.,
R. W. Olmsted, attorney.
lx ecu tor's Notice.
Estate of Eliza. A. Ward, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
nolnted executor of Hie last will and
testament of Eliza A. Ward, late of the
county of Rock Island, stale of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice thai he
will appear betoru tbe Hon. Benjamin
Bell, judge of the probate court of Rock
lsiand county, al the probate court
room. In the city of Rock lsiand, at the
July term, on Hie first Monday In July
next, al hicn time all persons having
claims against saia estate are notilied
and requested to attend lor tha purpose
of having the same adjuster. All per
sons indented to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to the
Dated 2Bin day of April, A. D. 1912.
EDWIN WARD. Executor.
Walker, ingrain & Sweeney, solici
tors. A d ml Ml t ra f or a Nutlee.
Estate of Hugh Qavin, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed aduiuuslrulor of me estate of
ilun vJavln, late of the county of Rock
lsiand, slate ui Illinois, deceased, here
by ,ivc uolice ihul he will uppear be
fore the probate court of Rock Inland
county, al the probate court room, in
the city of Rck island, at the June
term, on tne met Monday in June next,
at whicii nine all persons having claims
againat said estate are notified and re-gue:-ted
to uliciid tor the puriose of
Having the same adjusted. Ail persons
indebted lo said estate are requested lo
make immediate payment to Hie under
signed. Oated 4th day of June, A. I). 1912.
FRED E. GAVIN Administrator.
Jackson. Hurst 6l cilafforu, attorney.
Notice or 1 lual rt lleuient.
Estutu ol John iiai th. deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Russell R. Barlh and May
Bleuer, txei utois ol Hie estate ol Jouu
Barm, deceased, have this day tiled their
iinai report and settlement as sueh in
the ITonale Court ol Rock Island coun
ty, iiiid hearing on said report has
been set lor june u, ijii. ut nine
m., at winch lime persons in
terested may appear and make objec
tions thereto, and if no objections ule
hied, said report will be approved ul
I.'. at time, and the undersigned will usk
lor an oraer of distil butiou, and will
also ask to be dinchaiged.
Rock Island. Illinois. May 17, 1912.
RL'isSELL R. BAR'lil.
MA V 1SEEUER,
Executors of estate ol John Barth, de
ceased. James W. Maucker, atturney.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Fred Carlson, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, -Maria Carlson, admin
istratrix of the estate of Fred Carlson,
lias tills day tiled her linal report and
j settlement as sucn In the probate court
of Km k island county, and hearing on
saiu report na ueen sei tor j une Is, lalz.
at S o dock a. in . at which time persons
intensted may appear and make ob
sections thereto, and if no objections
are hied, said report will be approved
at that time, anil the undersigned will
ask for an order t,f distribution, and
will also usk lo be d.sc barged.
Rock l-.la.nd. Ill, May 2i. I&12.
Administratrix oi the Estate of Fred
Walker, Ingram & Sweeney, attor
neys. Publication Notice.
State -of Illinoli. Rock Island Coun-
I In the probate court of ld county,
i to the July term. A. D 1S12.
j In re &p plica ' of Lena E. Tahl.
I conservator of (ieorge H. Pa hi. Insane,
for order to sell the real estate of her
said war !
To All Persons Concerned :
.Sou, e is r.erehv given thai Lena E.
r:i',l , or. -e r-t I or of llforr. 14 l'-.t
insane, has nied in said prohat- court! I ttint are most discouraging. The ar-h-
.!. tne mi, day of J ir.e. a .D. 112. n-r : irK-laco contains twelve or thirteen dii
Hppl:,ati ,n for an order to sell the real ! i 4
estate :t said Oeorae jl PahL to-wit: i tinct islands, including several grim
Lot three 1 3 i. in 'block two 2. in V.
M. landing's first addition to the city
of R.-ek Island, siMiate.! in the co'inty
of Ro'-k I-air.d ar.-i stai of Iilirois. for
the support of Sitid Ueorze H. Pa!:l. re
t irnatiie t-i ti..- J . I - term. A. I). 1 i 1 J.
of sfid urt.
Dated at Iif-'k Island, 111. this 4th
day of J n.e. A. D. lilU.
LENA K Mill.
f.f Oeorse H pahl. Insane
-.ve.i,ey, attorney for pe-
MCET1PEE EEECT RUDY bid Buperflu-
our hairs on face and arms perma-
nentiy removed with one to six
needles: four to s.x hours' work in
one w..n six neea.ea Address Mi.i
A. M Klttridge. Fiat 1. Argyie Flats.
Estate of Kate Whitney, deceased.
The undersifrned having been ap
pointed administrator of t.ie estate of
Kate Whitney, '.ate of the county of
Rock island, state of Illinois, de-eased,
her by lves notice that he will appear
before the probate court of Rock Is
lam) county, nt t'.'e probate court room.
In the city of Rock Island, at the- Aug
ust term, on the first Monday in A ii;
ust next. t which time all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, far
the purpose of having- the same ad
Justed. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 2th day o iMay. A. u. mi:.
McEnlry & MeEniry. solicitors.
F-xecntora Notice. I
Estate of David H. McNutt. deceased '
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last w'.ll and ;
testament of David H. McNutt, late of j
the county of Rock lsiand. stale of j
Illinois, deceased, hereby gdves notice !
that he will appear before the Hon- '
Benjamin Hell. Judge of the probate
court of Rock Island county, at the
probate court room. In the city of Rock
Island, at the Ainrust term, on the f.rst
Monday In August r.ext, at which time ,
all persons having: claims against said ,
estate are notlned and requested to at- :
tend, for the purpose of having the i
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to !
said estate are requested make Ira- j
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated 2!'th day of May. A. I) 1912. j
Al A 1 AAKO iYlCl. MJ.N AL1 . executor.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
THE HUMAN FOOT.
It Is Said to Be Changing and In Tims
May Become Toe I ess.
A London physician. Dr. R. Clement
Lucas, sayn tbat If man keeps on wear
ing shoes and living under the present
conditions he may eventually develop
Into a one toed animal, or, more prop
erly speaking:, a toelesa one.
A number of years ago Dr. Loeas
pointed oat that the gradual disappear
ance ot the Httle toe was getting ahead
of the textbook, for while It had al
ready lost one of Its extensor tendons
In quite an appreciable percentago of
cases, one of Its flexor tendon was
absent also. On the other band, the
great toe had undergone extraordi
nary developments because the inner
side of the foot was the first to catch
the center of gravity in transferring
tha weight of the body from one foot
to the other la walking.
The horse, which, was otica a five
toed animal, now moves abont solely
on the nail of Its big toe or consolidat
ed toes. There Is no doubt that man's
internal organism has been much mod
ified 6lnce he left off living with na
ture and began living on It. Intestines
have changed noticeably. The foot It
self has also changed. It lfl more com
pactly built now, for the toew of thn
savage races are widely separated and
etuck out on different angles, the big
toe especially being thrown far out
and resembling the great toes of a
CULTIVATE SIDE VISION.
It Will Enable You to See In Several
Directions at Once.
One of the niowt useful gifts one can
have is a good side vision. By skle
vision is meant literally ability to
see in several directions nt once and
t, l-nnnr n-lint 1 i,..tnir n l,i .in,.i- 1l.
I r .u,'ii " mil. Art (...'tii oi, i u ioii l ,1
reotions besides that upon which the
gnze may be fixed at tlie moment.
Just try the next time you are reud-
ing your paper in tlio train, for in-
stance, ami vnn will understand clear-
ly what is meant.
You can with little effort and while
still rending follow the movements of
those Kitting opposite you and even
those at your side.
With a little practice the range of
your side vision cau be extended be
hind you in each direction to un angle
of forty-Ove dtvrees, and you can nee
clearly every movement that taken
place on hoth sides sinmltaneoinslyo
Now, just think what this means.
The man in possession of a good side
vision is not an easy one to take Ly
surprise. In business he finds it a
valuable asuet, especially when talking
with more than one person at a time.
He can guard unalnst dangers from
uuexpevieu jsuurces, auu w ueu v iusmiii .h
a roadway he cau clearly see the trufi j
fic coming froia either direction while
still looking atraight ahead. Londou
In the center of the gulf of St. Law
rence the small group of Magdalen Is
lands are populated by 3,000 or 4,(X)
lineal descendants of the Acadian un
der Champlain and Ie Mont, who
were driven out of New Fraipe, Nova
Scotia, by the English. Siuee tlie tirsT
settlement in 17C3 generations uf the
same families have raised scanty crops
In the valleys and fed sheep and cat
tle on the high conical Mils which con
stitute a prominent feature of an In
sular landscape. Year after year meu
have gone out on tbo waters of the
gulf la search of the cod, mackerel and
lobsters on which a livelihood depends.
They are simple, primitive people,
these natives of the Magdalen, labor
ing all the while under circumstances
rocks w hich are not Inhabited and nev
er will be.
Cdd Tramway Literature.
Tli LiverT'Oo! trainvi iv aiithorit ie
have f ur,rilstiei two tuiiiit additioii
to the iitetature of notices. S j:ne year
ago till notice was posted in tho I.iv
erioo4 cars: "Pa.isengen1 tri reuest
! ed to pay no tu re pennies than the
; conductor in their presence punche-
I boles In their ti' kets for. 1 bis was
! criticised, and r. Wither effort was mini.,
j ar,(1 l'''s" u- T'a.--'hgefH are lerin- st
n.l t., i,v no ii.nre nennies tu. :i for
whl. U the conductor in their piesenre
T1 . .
IiUii-hta holes lu their U'-tttj."
Notice. 1 1- "M K.J
SALARY LOANS ?
ESTATE LOANS ?
304 Best Bldg.
Eock Island, 111.
TRIO LODOo. No. 67. A. F. A A. M
Meets In stated communication
the hist Thursday of each
month at 7:3d p. m. 13y order
of Carlton Q. Taylor, W. M. V lLUam
H I'etlit. secretary.
ABSTRACTS OF T1TLSV
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date coveriiiK any real es
tate In the county. 1'rompt and ac
cuiate service at reasonable rates.
Kock Island Title & Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
bweeney. secretary: 200-2OU, second
floor. I'eople's National bunk buiid-
. .: . 1
litiNKT UAliTHJffi Proprietor Chlp
plannock nursery. Cul flowers and
ilesis;ns of all kinds. City store, Hu7
becond avenue. Telephone 1110.
too, was pronounced a failure, and the
ouVials concluded that language had
not yet )een Invented which would
express what they felt. But don't you
know exactly whst the official notice
uieuiit? London Standard.
Lame shoulder Is almost Invarlahly
caused by rheumatism of the muscles
and yields quickly to the fre applica
tion of C'hamlif rluin's Liniment. This
liniment 1s not only prompt and ef.
fectii-.il, but in no way disagreeable to
use. Sold by all druggists.
Also women, to Investigate our
l"vv rale plan of loaning money
on hon-ichoid ni'iiil-. piano, live
stor k, etc., without removal.
It you ne d any amount from
J.i to Sl"", come In and let us
talk it over wltn you. We are
lulpiiiK others and can help you.
$1.2'i per vvek i the payment
on a jr.d loan lor a" weeks, other
amounts in prop,,! tion. Monthly
or i iiirlerly payments also ar
If o:i cannot onie lii. telephone
us or rill out this blank and mail
It to ns Our agent will f -.lI at
your house and explain all ie
lails wiiliout (o.st to yon. You
wiil not be uiged lo borrow.
PRIVATE AND RELIABLE.
119 Mi Rrady Htreet
Bell telephone North 2125. Open
Wednesday and Saturday til
Senator Newell Sanders.
Senator Newell banders, of Ten
j nessee. Is one of the most prominent
of the southern Rt publicans, lie is
In Chicago fighting for President
Taft before the Republican national
1 r ',rr,rr,lfle In th Oe ,eif a t a conteHt-
He says Republican sentiment la Ui
ii & i
wri U t