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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, JITXE 12. 1012.
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PS3ZE RIDDLE "KHW
SOBS' 7H CHAUFFEUR
CfET OUT AND WAL-WHtN
THE- AUTOMOBILE TIRES ?
Argus Branch Offices
For We arr-ommodatlon of l' patrons 'rr
In various parts ..f tbe city. The Argu.
r.as eslabilshid a fynero of hraach of
fires, whir suriHciiplicris and want ad
vertising rr.sy te received and any In
formatiun leu tint may truln lu any
department of 'he paper, news or husl-
r. It is aiku planned to nave at eacn
cf tntm brain n ul. every evening j
supply of ..-pies of The Amui of tne I
day. that any subscriber olio may
receive l.i, nr, ill be iutw.il ires i
cf chart; I
Jo'a Af,su,f' rKfc'r' ot ",-l: faces ;
'"'"j K!,.C'n Jt'.rc. 4:ui Firth i
V,nue .r.. mi pour- i
.I ,v, Uowe" Pharmacy. 4111 Four-
Hle.s 8tJ store. Twenty-seventh
Street, seventh avenue.
Llitmryrr i drua- s'-ufe. Eleventh ave
nue, lllleur.lh nunc
George W. Mi.it.ouse, confectlonetry.
sds fourth avenue
Mrs. London s notion store, ttewath
Street. Fourteenth avenue.
llsimbeiks pharmacy. tZI Third ave
nue hr.Ti groccrry, tli Eleventh
Kudert drug store, Thirtieth s'.rett
sr.d Fifth avenue
College pi.un.iary. Seventh avenue
and I hirty-eigi.m street.
Olson (rot.ry, Thirteenth avenue and
Stln-r drug store, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third atraet
rOK RENT HOLIES.
FOK RL.N1 -ln'i'iir-
b-i-ro'-m moilem house.
I v. :.: -third '.reet.
I'OK KENT A part : strictly mud-m I
i. HiUi .e cf pi.',ne, z'tit eev-
FOK 1: IIN'T S, . n-room W'unr, new.y
l.r.'.,:,rl .i r. i.l ui. I urn. shea
lriquif i w-ift:. ittrttet.
FOK RENT AI id- : n t-ven-room hoube;
hot wat'-r I. eat. t er: rally located, in
qulr at 1 1 J St-cj.d aviiue.
FOR HUNT Meven-room house, mod
ern, win. K" ia:.g", at iiUe Twenty
f.ftn eireiu lnqiia lnird ave
FOK KENT Six-room house at 620
Sfvei.tr. aver.ut-, c.ty water, gas. and i
.eclrlc llg:.t. Inqlle isji I ttu .
J OR RENT - S- t r,-ro.,m cottage, with
modern itripn.v i :n n' at t'lliu
and - a - half aver. ,t 1 r..j utre 1 'i3 S---ond
ftvt:ii'.f, .r tHil weitl lu7.
FOR RENT Lltrht-rooin modern house
on Eigntn-ii :oi-a-r.alf avenue between
1'wenty-aeventii aitd Twenty-eiKtith
atrt-Uts. iicjuire Ljropeaii notci, looj
1 ourtll k eaue.
t'Olt KEST FLATS.
FOR RENT-Kevm-rnom modern flat;
l.eat1. Iri'l'.lre si M,ii;,.r s roi t ty.
13. hi fin awmie. li.i.i.c 34.
FOK RENT l ive room modern fiat,
centra. ly loatej. J.j p i month, lu
U lire ol J. W. BleMail, balety build
ing IXiK KENT- live ;.... flat, all mod-'w
:n rent ti) p. riaonwi. j-noric v . m
h.'tt-V. l - ail ut l..jt, i H la-and-a-i.aif
a ri '.i . Mrs. Wj.h'i
t'llH HEM IIM ICI I.AMiOls.
FOK KEN 1' l'at if tor two rows or
t m it i.iiniN ii.u or,. 4 ilenJrn.ks
street. Plioi..- t.; 173"-X.
FOR KENT store ro .m nSo. at 2100
Thud uven.e J .M.,il,. l'hohu
wmt Ion. from a in. in u p. in.
FOK KENT -Two tr.. e r-uiiik. with all
n..itlein on ,'fi.ict.u t, Italian. e as a
da tor s otflt t- Ai'piy at I lltnieers
Orua tore. ..4 tMXltt-ntll stleet.
-llOFr:IO Al A n OKK .
jAthV, nt loi as oiAtroi.j a l-tornry-al-iaw.
Otrit e lu Koi a Islaud
Nsl a-i.ai bi.k buodlr.4;
hlAi.LL klAKSHALi. Lawyers.
Adit to loau on guod real e.iaie
set ui .t) Ivooins dvi and su4 ttalety
buiai r.ii Rot K is. and. 111
WILLIAM .J WALK kit Attorney,
general law busit. ce. corporation. !
probate ,.. I rat tamlti law. 411 Peo i
pies l'l.a JJi'Ji. g luuua West 4.
WALKk.lt. INkJKAM SWEENEY Al- !
tori,e s and v o ui.e-eto i s al law. siouey
to loan ou real estate. Koorna fc 0 - t
itit. i'eopiej National bana bailutiig I
McE.MKT M LMKY Attorneys-. t
Uw U'liii mon, un good security;.
IliSae coitevllons. UrftriUori, MlteU- .
e. At Lyuue. Lat.kt.is. uiht.e. Mitchell j
PLEASANT 1. CUX Real ealate arid
Insurance Loans a specialty Besi
fir companies lepresvltted Your pat-
roi.age sola lied, phones w est 2. aud
new ..17 iirhi-v at court house.
1ENNET1 S Insurance Agency Fire,
Ills, atotltlil health aud plate glass,
real estate utid loans atcuiid door.
ball bui.dtiig. vttlce i done, west
V6. Residence J, hone. t2it-k. Opeu
Wednesday and batruay evenlnga
WE WILL BUND YuL' executors, ad
mluiali aioi s . guard.mis. trustees or
any kind t juu.iil bonds, lodges and
soil, i y oftheis. cily. stale or U. n
government efticia.s. conu actors, po
sitions or trust, in Is. t. any kind of
bond you mut (except bail bonds)
Teruts reasonable. Hayes at Cleave
laud. residci, 1 managers. Fidelity ai
Deposit company of Maryland.
AHMHAtlS OK TI11.K.
ARS'lKACib of tll.e ple'arcd or con
tinued lo aate cover it. g any real es
tate ta tne county. 1 rompt and ac
ruiale service at reasonable ralea
Hock Isiand Tit s si Abstract coin
pal . J. J. Ingram, president; W J.
bweei.ry. seer. 1st y. ioo-aei. second
floor. Peoples National bank bund-
EXIltE9 ISO STORAGE.
wagou covers, elc. Tenia lor reut O
Siso manufacturer or so tongs, tents
Koessiar Co. Iu Fifleeutn street.
(The Best Is the Cheapest)
FIRE. Lir E LIGHTNING AND WIND
STOKAI INsL KANCE.
Establ iheo t?T..
Offlc. 17J luiro avTo. Rates rea.
HOCK ISLAND. ILL.
(O.MHACTOKs Al BIILUEH.
Maunfacturers of Sasn. Doors. Plinds
and Stairs interior itnisn of all kinds
Hardwood Veneer Mooring arid deal
ers lu Uiassv tit and si EigniveBIS
FOB REXT ROOMS.
.kP.I7 ?m,,.. fln"t m3,'rn fi"r:
nished room In the cltv. Kennedys
Una St. John's house;. 1626-1628'
,., D . . .
, J Modern furnished
l"3 Second avenue.
.Kf; NTf ,F"rnl"n,i room- partly
,nodt'rn- at 62 Tenth street.
ForTTtENTFurnl.hed rooms also
1.07 g.,th avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
Housekeeping at 07 Third street.
for RENT Modern furnished room;
reasonable rates. 2vlS Flftn avenue.
FOR RENT fTwo jnodern f urnHhed !
rooms for light housekeeping at Ijuo
FOR RENT Five rooms, upstalre. with
gas. water, and sewer. Inquire at
u Third avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room In
modern house, to lady employed; 1320
Fif tii-and-a-haif avenue.
FOR RENT Three rooms, modern, for
light housekeeping', at llris Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Two clenn modern light
housekeeping rooms. Mrs. A. J. Bill
ings, ltituVs lour In avenue.
FOR RENT Three light houseket-p.ng
rooms, water, sewer mid gx, at ilii,'
Ihlrd avenue. Inquire wiinln.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
with modern conveniences; location
central, at 12Su toocona avenue.
FOK RENT Four unfurnished modern
rooms at sill Seventeenth street, par
ties wltu children need not app.y.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, aas,
hot water heat. etc. opposite
court House; ii? Flftoenth slitel.
I'OR RENT Three furnished rooms
I.r l.Bi.l houxekt i ping. Inqjim at
4,'toi l ifth avenue. 1'bone wesii,i7-A.
FOK ItE.NT Modern furnished room,
with ooard, suitaole for gentleman,
at lluJ Second avenue. Pnone wcti
I FOR RENT Two desirable modern front
I room, furnlniied for light no use -j
keeping, use of phone, 1134 Third
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, all
I modern, for gentleman, wlln ue of
pnone. west llit-X, at 1216 U'lurd
FOR RENT One or two furnished or
unfurmned looms for Utfut iiouhe-k'-eping.
rent very rcajionaole, al Ziuti
FOK RENT Nicely furnished room
with all modern conveniences, suit
! aiiie f,,r one or two, at iji Seven-
teer.th stiert. I'tione 1411X.
'FOR RENT Modern furnished room.
to fct ntit men unly, within six blocks
1 of bcutiriees center, use of phone, on
two mr Jints; at ViV Second avenue.
FOR KENT Modern furnished room in
Kood lot alittn, uin board, in private
borne, suitable tor one or two gentle
men, at KJ1 Twentieth street, Phone
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
lotiuis. furnished, no objection to la
dies honoiubly employed, may have
use if sewing ma hlne, ztiSo Seventh
avenue. Phone 1.16U-X.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
looms, ou ground floor, for lignt
hounekenpliiK. also gnoderu tiiruisiK-d
room wltn ooard in (trtvaie laiui..
at 7i9 Twenty-second street, phone
IF you want to begin or expand busi
ness, write the Board of Tiade. Wey
lurii, Saskab he wan. We want Indus
tries, IrUla-lx and wholesalers. Elec
tric power, water, fuel, cheap. Du.ld- I
ers with capital needed. Population !
Uoubica i nut year.
PARTNER li.uou will buy half Inter
est lu my wholesale and retail busi
ness, w no It will pay you from lii,-
I'l-U to llj.uu'j a year on tt.e invest-!
uienC 1 will show the above to be
correct by personal interview. Busi
ness will stand the strictest investi
gation. No person but sober man.
witu the tasn. who can put Ills loll I
time Into the business, need answer.
Best of relerences given and reuutred.
Will explain by personal Interview
why 1 must have a partner. Address
N. J. Smllh, 1921 Ogden avenue. Chi- -
LEI r ross do y our paperhangmg; lu
cents a roll, wall paper at a cents a
roil and up. iitil b.siu avenue.
CASH paid for oid clothing, carpels
rugs, etc. A. Deuisch. lit East Thirc
street. Davenport. Phone norm lo2s-Y
IK tun have any furniture to selL no-
1 1 1 - H. Metlrn k, auctioneer. Auction
house at i.tls Firth avenue. Cail.
vvtlie or pl.oi.e west isj-E. Auction
sa.e every Thursday.
CAA1KRA and moto supplies, roll films
developed bv expert phutograpi,t r; an
sizts. six exposure lj ouis ;n r.-.i,
( co quality prints. 2x. o cents,
3x4'H. 4 cents; posit ar. is tents,
one ov's wora; fend for price ilst.
1 . A. Xaber At Co., 13"! East Sixty -third
street. CliKago, 111.
IF lot' WANT to buy. sell, trade oi
rent anything, engage help or see uri
a situation, the isaii and Journal it
the only paper In Moline tnat cam dc
It for )ou- Mail and Journal wants
are popular, aud Mail and Journal
wants bring results. One-haif cent
per word Is tie price to all ahke.
cash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday ataii aau
Journal, aioune. Ill
A I CTIONEEH,
11 HEDKICK General auctioneer Al:
kinds of merchandise and hojsehwiJ
goods auctio!.ed at your house. Res-
I idence. 1.41U, Twenlieth street. Pnone
j west 5 j - K..
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Mis A Eln
aren. graduated Swedisn masseuse,
sives treatment In private homes.
Pnone west S39-L Address CIS Thir
ty -hlntO street.
WEIL'S DETECTIVE AGENCY'.
I W EILS DETECTIVE AGENCY 637
j Soulu lu-arborn street. Chicago, i;..
IEstabllsned H years. We give expert,
confidential, honest service, no i Larue
for consultation. Telephone Harrison
; 132i and 4ii4.
lEGVITIAN I'almlst 1119 West Third
street. Davenport. la., tel's last, pres
ent and f at ire; glvs a 1 v ice on all
affairs il life. Sat s fact or, guaran
teed. EGYPTIAN I'uln.lst. Maiame Lola. Jun
arrtvec m I av rn
ent and f it ire: ir
l,,ve sr.d busints aftaira. il? Earn -
WANTED MALE HELP.
F. 3. Reading. 1523
WANTED Buitt-r tub coopers at the
Butter Tub factory at once.
WANTED Laborers at Rock Island
p. store. Apply at postofflce.
WANTED A man to h-'.p Ice Team
maker; lila Seventh avenue. Phone
WANTED Ten men. also five boys over
16 years o!d. teady work. Apply fac
tory on Mill street.
WANTED Partner with 1200 that will
attend to business: big money mak
er. Call west 5-5-Iv.
WANTED Carriage painter or black
smith helper. Twin-City Carriage
company. 4431 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Good solicitors for local
work. Apply after 6 p. m. at 1133
Fourteenth-and-a-half street. Phone
WANTED Bright young men to sell
goods on Rock Island passenger
trains; good opportunity for right
parties. Apply J. J. drier news
stand. Rock Island depot.
WANTED By old established whole
sale house, three salesmen for Rock
Island. Muilne. and adjoining counties.
Call in person Wedne.aJ.ay or Thurs
day between 7.30 and b p. m. Harper
house. II. il. Robinson.
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; few weeks completes; come
now; finish at busiest season; we con
trol r..any excellent positions; tools
fciven; wajres while f.arnlni?; cata
logue mailed free. Moler Barber col
lege. Chicago. I1L
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED L'lsh washer at Turner hall
rsetaurait. Phone lu34.
WANTED An experienced lroner at
Soudrs laundry. Apply at iul Twelfth
WANTED Competent girl; family of
two. Apply lolo Second avenue, or
WANTED Competent girl to do general
housework at 741 Twenty-third street;
WANTED An experienced lady stenog
rapher and bookkeeper. Schocker
Paper Co.. llila-il'J First avenue.
WANTED Competent Klrl to do gen
eral housework. Apply at once. .Mrs.
11. Iv. Collins. 1u4j Twenty-thud
WANTEI Competent .girl to do gen
eral 'housework, family of two adults;
Kuiiii wxKes; al luJ Tweiily-nist
street. l'iune vvt-st ltj'jS.
WANTED strong, reliable girl to do
Keneral housework in family of three
Krown perst,ns, no washing; good
wages. Apply 1043 Nineteenui street.
WAVIEU JlAiE Of I FEMALE.
WANTED - At once, a good lady or gen
tleman aKent t'j soiieit ami denion-:-ti,ilo
a household article; "Od
chance for hustler. Address ' C."
WANTED Teachers or students to sell
our new houst hold nc'-e.istUcs, diiecl
from factory in home: no competi
tion. See samples al on.-e. room 14,
Saratoga hot :, Davoport. Iowa.
vVAN'l lib -You to earn a dollar an ev
eniiiir wrlliiig xisiais at home; first
supply of cimis and particulars to
start work lor inne. 11. Hamblln,
Station A 7ii, lirand UapaU. Mich.
WANTED tou to earn a dollar an ev
eitliig addressing envelopes lor me at
home, ail particulars necessary tu
start work lor dune. 11. Hamblln,
stall in A 316. Grand Rapids, Mich.
W A VI EU SITLATIONS.
WANTED Position as elevator man; li
veai.- experience. Inq lire i-1 aec
o:.ti otre- i.
W .a .VI EU MiSC E1.LANEOUS.
WANTED Your lawn mower to sharp-
tit al your home.
; aai an-
ians to ut'tw. al.-l art!
w ork .
l'none orders lu care West
J. ii. Darby.
W AN I LI W ashli. or work by day,
4 o ft. X I It a '. t n ue.
WANTED To buy. second hand bicycle
A.blie.-s 1123 fcixtcenlu slieeL Phone
t WANTED To buy, a small second hand
j tent Address 1121i Sixteen:, street.
I Phone wes-t lus9.
WANTED Persons to leave all amateur
tin. si. n. g al Harlxsdrug store tor the
Brown bludio, corner Third avenue
and T wentieth street.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly caneu lor and deliv
ered. Mrs Luel.a Tittering ton. 144s
Jruurteentu slice.1. Oid pbuue wast
WANTED To buy, furniture and stoves
of all kinds, w.ii pay highest market
lillcel lor Second hand aoods. Knlff
Second Hand store, lla lnird aveuue,
Moline East 7Ji.
WANTED People to know that the
oi.-t prices are paid for ladies' and
pent ta.-i-on coining, carpels, rugs,
eic. Dclch, AH East lmrd street,
l'uvci.poii. i'hoiie north ivza-Y.
WANTED To buy, new and second
hand zoods, stoves, furniture, carpets,
etc.. also cast-off doming. hats,
shoes, etc., 1 pay nigiies. prices; will
buy. sell or Hade anything of value.
b rryers secuua nana store, laws
otid avenue, pnone west iil.
' -7T " r
TED To have you telephone the
'(j .a.lty Shop' If ou wish us to call
at your home wila samples of hign
grade hosiery and knit underwear, i
vs'e also taa orders lor hand em- '
broider,-d ore.-ses. waisis, household J
linens. Irish crochet bags, brooches, i
hat j ins. etc Hilda C. Browner, mi
E'gh'i. avenue, l i.one west lt,l-iv. !
MA MUD III EXCHANGE.
WANTED To exchange. 120 acres
Umber land, lor small property or t
vacant lot or two. Cail al or address !
4.i, Eighteer.la avenue. i
MIL1IFLSS ELECTROL1 SIS.
MUL11PLE ELECTROLYSIS Superdu
our hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one to six
needies; four to six hours' work in
one witn six needies. Address Miss
A M Kiitrldge. Fiat 1. Argyle Flats.
Brady street. Davenport. oid puunt
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accos .U
and claims col. acted. William s.
W alker, lawyer. SU People a baa.
building phone H
t.ri. leas past. r. -, atNKY GAETilJE Proprietor Chlp
flon d,i, e on t. .! n.anno, k nurserv Car n ,m r. ..a
i designs of all kinds City store, l.jl
' Second avenue. Te-epnone 1110. ,
FO!l SALE CITT PROPERTT.
FuR SALE Houses from $1,600 to Jl.
RuO. on easy terms. Fhcne 1165-K.
E. W. Robinson.
FOR SALE Double dwelling; re-ts
J33 per month: price 13.300; a very
gtod investment. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE A good investment In a
piece of Third avenue business prop
erty. Call on. Reity brothers.
FOR SALE Cheap If taken at once,
livf-rouji cottage at 111a Seventeenth
street. Inquire 40J Safety building.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, partly
modern, water and gas; lot iuxluO.
Inquire at HI Third street. Easy
FOR SALE At a bajgain. a store, with
hat above, located at 'itit Fifth ave
nue. Inquire . ThoiLO. slo Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE: Party leaving for Califor
nia ut.-irtu to sell eight-room house;
ail modern convenience, -with barn,
at 61 Tnirty-ninth street.
FOR SALE Lots In Islaod View Height
addition; finest In the city; as for
prices and terms. C 8. licUamei, bOi
balety building. Rook Island.
FOR SALE Modern elght-ioom house;
cast Iront, one block from school
nouse.; cnurch, park car line. Inquire
so Fortj-uura street. Phono west
FOK SALjfc Lots La Scheuerman's fiXlh
audition. Seventh street and .fc If tecum
avenue; pay u. cuts per uiouin.
Call luu oixin street. Old puoue
FOR SALE Modern seven-room house,
pracucuuiy new, in Edgewood park;
alao nve-rooia collage near J?our
teenlu avenue and inn ty-n.uCi sirecL
For lull particulars call al all 1 ol ly
l-'ou SAlE At a bargain, elgnt-room
toll icily modern house, lu good loca
tion, two blocks iroui Broadway
cnurch; not water heal, cieulrlc llgni,
gs, lut 6uxl40. Address "Largn,1
idle Argua, or cail west
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
so am of Aiken street, bltv een
'x wel. in aud Seventeenth streets, on
easy terms; lies down, balance in five
years. ki. W. Robinson. 14i4 iilcn
mond stieet W none west 110a-K.
FOR SALE In A 1 condition, story and
a ball six-room collage, with bath,
luthttce, fcaa. scvei, hoi and cold wa
ter; high, ui y cellar; paved street; de
sirable locaiion, vv.u net t per cenl;
lor quick sale J3.11.jU. Address "P. It.
t4.," cam Argus.
FOR SALE On account of leaving the
city 1 will aeil my residence al lula
'Inirlceutn avenue, consisting of eix
room cottage, with gas, electricity,
and two lols 40xl2a, an in nrst class
condition; terms $1,6011 cash, balance,
on nine. Inquire ou premises.
FOK SALE LANDS.
I'OR SALE T vveuty -one acres of lanu
on Thirty-eignin street within seven
blocks of Lint street car line. Also
a corner lot oxl29 feel, in Moline.
Good business lot. Inquire at 1222
Tlurteenlh street Moline.
FOR SALE or exchange; I have 310
ucres tf alfalfa liutium land in the
slate ol Runsas. with good water sup
ply, large stone housu, stable, gran
ary, stock corral, well, windmill, etc.
1 desire to secure a modern seven or
ciyhl-room house, conveniently io
tttieJ in Kock istand .for a permanent
home. If interested, address A. Al.
Bruiier, Y. ii. C. A. building. Rock
Estate of Godfrey Schneider, de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Goufrey bchneiiier. late of the county of
Kock island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notit e that she will ap
pear beiorc lue probate court of Rock
Island county, at the probate court room
in the cily ot Ruck island, at the Aug
ust it rin, .at t:.e hi.-t .Monday in August
next, al w un h lime ail persons having
claims rtji.ilj.sl said estate are nolltied
and icquesL'd to attend for the purpose
of hiivihg the same adjusted. All per
sons indebted to said estate are re-
I quested to make immediate payment to
Dated 3ru dt. of June, A. D. 1912.
EL1ZABET 11 SI 11 N EIDER,
Hueh E. Cuitis, attorney.
Notice of l lual rlllemrot.
Estate ot Aial Jane Wclcli, deceased.
Public null, t- 1 hlrcby given that
the undel signed, HllIlK P. Welch, has
this ua hl'-u his iinal it port and settle
nieni as each In the probate court of
.. .ii .
.r .n at wh.c t.'-.U . r'
. a. in., al which time per-
report has b
at. o ctot a a. in., at wiucn n.ne p r -
i.s iL.urtsted may apptar and nuke
i.l.teel h,e. tin r. tn and if nil nhnx llnna
aie hied, said it port will be approved
I al that lime, and tt.e undersigned w ill
1 ask lor an order of distribution, and
will also as, to be discharged
Rock Island. Ill, June- 3. 1912.
FRANK P. WELCH. Executor.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the probate court of ttaid countv.
' to n.e July term. A. D. 1j13.
i in re application of Lena E. Pahl.
p..,,rvuh,r tieorue li e.r.1 i,,e..
I for older to sell Ihe real estate of her
To Ad persons Concerned:
I Noir e is t.ei.l.y fciiven tnat Lena E
I Paul, conservator of George 11. Paul
..sane, has hied in said probate court,
(,, tn- ml tluv of June. A ,D. 1912 her
application f"i" an ord-r to sell the' real
estat- f aid G. orge li. Pahl. to-wit
Lot ti.r.e 3i. in b.o. k two (2). in V.
M HU'.dn.tr'j nrst addition to tt'.s, ri
of lo- k ls.i.h.1. s:t anted in tue county
k Isa.i. i a::d s-.ue of Illinois. f..r;
pnori of said George li. 1'ahL re-
i,,,,,,,.. i. J.iiv term a i, too
of s'a.d court. ' '
Iiated at Rock Island. 111., this 4th
1 ,c. ... r i, t .. ,
LENA E PAHL
po'STvat .r rf r-rgf M. Pahl, Insane.
Marios E. Sweeney, attorney for pe
titioner. LOI AND FOUND.
1 L( ST HI.
k bather bill fold, contain-
ii.g money and s veial Masonic lodge
I receipts. Reward will be paid lor
rt t jrs. Phone li. J. Pratt, West 133'i-Y.
to sell capital stock in realty
yn I . ate operating in Chicago
ar. l ;.rr" .ndir.g territory. Ti
t,e f property i.t la hy'Chlca
K'i Title at Tru-t company ftr
stockholders. S.. n iioaie now
tt.owi.-.g pTofit. t at are earn
ings on greatiy increased
k.'uie. (iood n.an can nave lio
eral cor.trat and exclusive
terr.tury. Send full inform-
tioii a:.d references in hrsl tel
ler, .r call
W . G. I.eadrrsoa. Mar.
tHK AGO - IKI.O ILHHIVAL
A m illHI 1)1" 111K I
N 1114 41 K.
IXM First ltisl Rnk Bids.
4 kieaisu, I II inula.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
508 Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE A dandy 18-fooi launch,
cheap. Phone west 1029-X.
FOR SALE Show cases and lartre safe;
bargains. Apply at J. Ramger's.
FOR SALE Cheap, stock In Reynolds
Pattern & Machine company. Phone
FOR SALE A plush covered couch,
very cheap. Dr. A. J. Benson, 308 Vi
FOR SALE One hundred and thirty
.feet of picket fencing; nearly new.
John Da Loose, Mill street.
FOR SALE Rock Island brand mus
tard, at all groceries and meat mar
kets; lt'a great; only 10 cents.
FOR SALE Three electrio fans, one
lawn mower, and other household
furniture, at 2109 Third avenue.
FORI SALE Two steel ranires for res
taurant use. Inquire Watch Tower
Park company . Phone west 4S0.
FOR SALE A set of fine single har
ness; also bay driving horse. Call
at 515 Seventeenth street, or phone
FOR BALE Two-cylinder, six to eight
horse power, first class pleasure boat,
fully equipped, ready for the water.
Inquire 1011 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Cheap, If taken at once,
one Moon touring car, five-passenger.
40-horse power; good as new. Phone
west 1214, or call At 219 Twentieth
FOR SAJLE At a bargain, almost new
1912 jingle cylinder, magneto model.
Harley Davidson motorcycle. Har
rington studio. Fifteenth street, Mo
Estate of Kate Whitney, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of tue estate of
Kate Whitney, late of the county of
Rock island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notioe that he will appear
before the probate court of Rock Is
land county, at the probate court room.
in the city of Rock Island, at the Aug
11st term, on the nrst -Monday in Aug
ust next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified anv. requested to attend, for
the purpose of having the Bame ad
justed. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate
pavment to the undersigned.
Dated 29th day o fMay. A. D. 1912.
McEnlry & McEnlry, solicitors.
Estate of Eliza A. Ward, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Eliza A. Ward, late of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before 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 first Monday In July
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend lor the purpose
of having the same adjustecv. All per
sons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to the
Dated 25th day of April, A. T. 1912.
EDWIN WARD. Executur.
Walker, Ingram & Sweeney, solici
tors. Administrator's Notice.
Estate of Hugh Gavin, deceased.
The uuderslgned having been ap
pointed administrator of tne estate of
llugit Gavin, late of the county of Rock
Island, slate of Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that he will appear be
fore the probate court of Rock Island
county, al the probate court room, in
tne city of Rock Island, at the June
term, on the nrst Monday In June next,
at which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend tor the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons
lnuebied to said estate are requested lu
make immediate payment to the under
signed. Dated 4th day of June, A I). 1912.
FRED E. GAVIN Administrator.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneya
Noliee of Una I hettleuient.
Estate of Jonn Barlu. deceased.
Public notice is hereby given mat the
undersigned, Kuaaell R, Barlh and Mav
Kleuer, executors ol the estate of John
barlh, deceased, have this day tiled their
linai rt port and seltleineiti as such in
Ihe Probate Court of Rock island court-
I narll. on said r....cr l.L.
been set tor June li, at nine
u lift it n. i -, a. ,.t.i, ii.iic vciauui 111
luns lhertlu- ,f "u objections are
flled sllld reJorl will be annroved m
o clock a. m , al which lime persons ln-
lrtlj reI,rt will I.h J.,..r,.. ,l .
,,,., .,,. .,Tti, ,,.,ieui..r... ...,n .....
for an order of utsiributiun, and will
also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island, Illinois, May 17, 1912
RUSSELL R. BARTIL
Executors of estate of John Barth, de
ceased. James W. Maucker, atturney.
Notice of Final Settlrineut.
Estate of Fred Carlson, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, Maria Carlson, admin
istratrix ot the ( state of t red Carlson
has this day hied her linal ri pun and
.settlement as such lu the probate court
! "r Rock Island county, and hearing on
! said rt port has been set for June Is, 1912,
al o clock a. in., at which time persons
interested may appear anu make oh-
, Jecti or.s triereio, anu u no objections
are hied, said report will be approved
at hist time, and tne undersigned will
aK r"r a", tJMr ('' distribution, and
will also ask to be discharged.
i Ttock Island, 111, Alay i, 1912.
i"""1""""1" "" r rea
Walker, Ingram &
Estate of David 11. McNutt. deceased
The undersigned havinpt been ap
pointed executor of tne last will and
testament of David H. .V "Nutt, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of
I Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
,,. ':"L , . ''f"'... Ti".,
... ..j...,,,,, i.oi, j.,,, oi .ui jii 'luiiir
court of Rock Island county, at the
probate court room, In tne city of Rock
Island, at the August term, on the first
Monday In August next, at which time
ell persons having claims against said
estate arc- notified and requested to t-
leiia. for tne purpose of having tne
I ." xliusted. Ail persons indented to
sa.d estate are requested make im-
mediate payment to the undersigne.!
Dated 2!th dav '.f Mav. A D. 1SH2.
MATNARD McDONALD. Executor.
Hugn E. Curtis, attorney.
Notice sf Klaal
Ette of Cynthia IL Belcher,
Public notir l herebv
inn uri'iersisTn'-d. f-dviard H. (iuyer. ex-:
u or. in. i ns .lav r.ied his final reniirt i
and settlement a such In the probate!
court of I:i k island county, and hear-!
Ing on said report has been set f..r July i
a ut ft oV-l.-..lf tomb, M-II.K .i '
persons interested may appear sr.d iake
objections thereto, and tf no objections
!are to-d said retort will be approved
at that time, and the undersiirnt 1 wiil
ass- for an order of distribution, and
will lso ask lo be discharged.
Rock Island. I!!.. Jnn 11, 11 1
EDWARD IL GL YER, Executor .
Office of the Rock Island Savings
Bank. Rock Island, liL
To Stockholders of Rock Island Sav
You are hereby notified that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of Hock
Island Savings Rank will be held at the
banking house of said Rock Island Sav
ings Rank, in the city of Kock lsla:ui.
ings uanic. in tne city or ivock is. :1:1a. .
ill., on the loth day of July, A. D. 1912. j
at the hour of 4 o'clock p. m.. for the
purpose of considering and acting upon K.
the following questions:
( 1 The question of changing the
name of said bank from Kock Island
Savings Bank to Rock Island Savings
Bank and Trust Company.
1 2 1 The question of Increasing the 1
capital stock of said bank from one :
hundred thousand dollars i tli'i'.onO )
tl.OuO shares of the par value of $100
each), to two hundred thousand dollars
(I200.00U) 12.000 shares of the par value
of $100 each), and the distribution of
said hares of ttock representing said
Increase pro rata among the stockhold
ers of said bank jf record at the hour
of 12 o'clock noon on July 13, 1912. said !
one thousand 1 1,000) shares of stock:
representing said Increase to be paid
for at the rate tf one hundred dollars
($10o) per fiare by the declaration of
said bank out of its undivided profits of
a dividend of one hundred ilOU) per
(31 To take action UDon anv and all
other matters and things that may
come before said stockholders' meeting
or any adjournment or adjournments
Dated this 10th day of June. A. D.
m HENRY P. HfLL, j
E. W. HURST. I
W. JI. DART. I
FRANZ HAPP, I
H. S. CABLE.
JOHN' YOLK, ,
PHIL MITCHELL !
P. (J KEEN A WALT. I
I l rectos. t
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Executor's SI slice.
Estate of Charles Nesseler. Sr., de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Charles Nesseler. Sr., late
of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives uotlce
that he will appear beforo the Hon.
Benjamin Bell, judge of the probate
court of Rock Island county, at the
probate court room. In the city of Rock j
isiunu, ttv ine oep iv muvi ici ill, oil niu
111 September next, at
wi,ich time all persons having claims
aaaiust said estutc are notlried and re
quested to aitend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment to tne under
signed. Dated second day of May, A. D. 1912.
CHARLES NESSELER. JR..
R. W. OlmFted. attorney.
To All Persons Concerned: Tou are
hereby notified that on the 10th day of
June, A. It. 112. there was tiled lu the
probate court of Rock island county,
Illinois, the petition of Wiihelmina
Baiimbach. concsrvalor of the estate of
Mary M. Grier, insane, praying for an
order of said court, empowering and
directing her as such conservator to
sell at public Vendue In said county of
Kock Island. 111., the Interest of said
Mary AL liner. I beiriK the undivided
one-halfl. In the following described
lands anil premises, to-nit: The east
twenty-six (26) feet of the west fifty
."ai) feet of lot four (41, In block t u
I in i , in John W. Spencer' i First) ad
dition to the city of Kock Island. 111.
And that the time for hearing on
said petition wns set by said court for
the Cth day of August. A. D. JD12. ill 2
p. m.. nl which time you limy appear
and offer objections thereto, if you so
Dated at Rvck Island, 111., the 10th
day of June. A D. 1 ft 1 2 .
WILHE1.MINA HALM MACIf.
Consevator of the Estate of Mary M.
l'.v Hugh E. Curtis. Iter attorney.
A FAMOUS BEACON.
The Navesink Light, Near Sandy Hook,
Is a Wonder.
The most powerful Hunt lu Amerli-a
Is boused on u promontory near rismly
Hook, 2."i() feet above the beach, where
It acta a a safeguard tu all ships en
tering or leaving the hiirlxir of New
York. It is called Navesink light and
is of M.CKK),0()O candle power. At tlf
teen or twenty miles its flash lt us
pointed nnd brilliant as a star. On n
perfectly clear night Its shaft of light
cun be seen 100 miles at sea. When
it was erected It was operated at twice
its present candle power. Hut ocean
pilots objected to its strength, saying
that so amazing an electric Hash no
tually blinded tlieni and Interfered
with their work. Uncle Sum heard
the prayer c.f the pilots and turned
down his pet lamp to 05,(K)O,0o0 candle
The amount of oil consumed by the
engine that 'provides the power for
the light Is only one gallon und seven
eighths un hour. That is the uMoiiisli
Ing thing to the unscientific visitor
the comparatively small expense and
effort required to maintain so great a
light. There are two fair sized dyna
mos and two oil engines. One set is
always kept in reserve. Of course
the tremendous candle power is devel-
O'retl by means of a great lens, made
In Trance. The lens weighs seven
tons and a half, is seven inches thick
and rests In mercury. It is revolved
with ease. Saturday Evening- Post.
r. I.. . . . I
r-ureiy msniat. j
Mrs. ITolden had heeti Messed with
.-(-.. t.Tn ..,...1 f . nil l.,.e I i f .-. Tt
iciuainaiiii; TT v an 111 i iiii:. ,i
was a great trial to her when at the
age of seventy-two she was obliged to
put on "rending glasses " "Hut they
are really iieeomine to yon, Aunt Hil
da," said a gentle niece Ly way of con- i
"No, they aren't." said Mrs. Holden. i
with her usual scorn for compliment. ;
Anybody's eyes look better without a
; glaK9 fr0Dt Of 'em. find VO'I know it."
, . ... . . .
i l'-Ut yotl could n t read without;
: them. Tentured the niece, "and you
j "I could, too, read without 'em, said
j the old lady, refusing to he soothed. t
i "l could read most as well as ever, hut
; 1 couiuu i sense u an ui'iis lue ouiy
trouble." Youth's Companion.
Money In Her Own Nam.
newitt He married a girl with
money In her own name. Jewett Is
that so? Hewitt Yes: her name was i
Cish. New York Press.
Your mistake in life Is that tou do
not look forward far enough. Dickens.
1 SALARY LOANS ?
14 FIlDrVmiDP Ml WC 9
u- I 1111 P I 114 1.1
5-1 1 U 111 11 1 tJtiLj LVmMU
r1 niii!nvn rnivc 0
304 Best Bldg.
Bock Island, HI.
TRIO LOnOE. No. 67. A F. A A M.
Meets In stated communication
the first Thursday of each
mouth at 7:30 p. tn. Special
Thursday. June IS. at 7:30 p. m., for
work ui tirst degree. Yisitlug breth
ren are cordiallv Invited. By order
of Carlton G. Taylor, W. Al.; William
li. Pettit, secretury.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace up the nerves, ban
ish sick headache, prevent despond
ency and Invigorate the hol sys
tem. Sold by all druggists.
Northern Steamboat Co.
Spend Your Vacation on
Upper Mississippi River
THE FINEST TI'll IN" THE WOULD
From Kock Island to St. Pau
ON THE I'.IG SIDE WHEEL
Commencing June 1, leaves Rock
Island every Saturday at 3 p. in.
Take a pleasant short trip to Clin
ton, returning on the I. & 1. railway.
STEAMER HELEN BLAIR
Leaves for Muscatine and liurling
ton every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 4 p. in. .
Making connections at Burlington
for Ft. Madison, Keokuk, the big
dam and Quincy.
R.W. LAMONT, Agent
YV.A.BLA.s, Gen. Mgr.
Office foot Nineteenth street.
Telephone West 188.
Real Typewritten Letters
One or a million.
Call West 2030.
I . W. BURGH & CO.
Room 21 H Safety building.
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Tempting His Appetite
with food that is nourishing at
the came time you can do
when pupa's appetite has failed
him. "Kpring fever" can be
ministered to and alleviated by
eating rich, delicious and
wholesome Ice cream, such as
Is made of the choicest ingredi
ents at our store.
u 1716-1718 Second Avenue.
5 I'tione West 150.