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TIIE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3. 1912.
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Argus Branch Offices
For th accommodation f Its patron
!n various parts of th city, The Arjru
has estsblished a system of branch of
fices, when subscription and want ad
vertising mav be received and any in
formation left that may pertain to any
department of th pa par. ntvi or busi
ness It la tlto planned to hava at aach
of these branch offices every evening a
supply of copies of The Argus of the
day no U, at any subscriber who may
have fatd linifr any circumstances to
rereive his paper, will ba supplied frea
The Ari-ua' rhaln of branch office
Includes it following:
J. J. KIrp's notion store. 4505 Fifth
H. E. Rowe j pharmacy, 4111 Four
Tile' drug atora. Twanty-aeventh
treat. Seventh avenue.
Vllemeyer a drug atore. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth afreet.
George W. Mlllhouse, confectionery.
(0 Fourth avenue
Mra. In(lon'i notion atora, Seventh
treet. Fourteenth avenue.
Helmbck's pharmacy, 122 Third ave
nue Berber' grocery, I5 Eleventh
Rod-rt drug atora. Thirtieth atreet
and Fifth avenue.
College pharmacy. Seventh avenuo
and Thirty-eighth atreet.
Olson grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Btelner drnr ltora. corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street.
FOR BK.1T HOCtES.
FUR RENT S . room modern house.
Inquire 517 Twenty-third street.
FOR RENT South side of double
house, six rooms, strictly modern.
Inquire at 242S Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT Modern eight-room house
at 121ii Twelfth strut. Rock Island.
For particular', rail north 1122-L.
FOR RENT House of five rooms, mod
ern. Hi Twentieth street. Inquire at
Mi Twentieth street alter 6 p. in.
FOR RKNT All modern five-room cot
tiK'; first class condition. Inquire
,i:trn Schaarman. 1714 V Second
FOR RENT Eight-room house, mod
ern In every respect. In good lora
tloii; rent $30. Address X'nited.''
FOR RiCNT S-iuth half of new double
hou-: nt 110H fc'evemeei.tu Kirtet,
airlctly modern, inajre 1124 bevvn
For RENT ITous'e of five small rooms,
llli ewet uiid water, rent i'j u
month; at ii4 Twelfth street. Jnquiie
vuu Twelfth stteet.
Tun RENTAbo.it Aug. 1, a six-room
ri'Mise, n.ts ku, and uimure, on uur
line, wul rent r'tf:il to responsible
parties l'houv (! ll3U.
FOR RF.NT Eight-room house, with
modern Improvements, at 2S34 Illtn
avenue-. in-i'iir" 17'i: Twentieili
mn-t. old puor.e we.st 12Jj-K.
FOR KENT Mod-rn i-even-room houe.
centraily located; modern tint nr.d
IT.oilet n rorni lor 11k ill i.OU-eke -log.
Call si' 'lhtid avenue, or west
roit KL.V f FLATS.
I .. . l i 1 1 1 u
veii-room modem fi'-; FUR RENT il"Uvrn furnisiied front
te at Mulier g'oeery. ; i uin, ruitab.e i r two. wuii or wuu
iio 1 none 2J4 I ,, ,t oaid. .' 1 1 i .v ei.iy-niiiln ttreel.
tli RENT I'pper flat of hou.-.- at
-I'll S et,t!! use, i .., H.e Mlla. Ili-
, ,ne at 21. rVtentu avenue.
For RENT T ii hve-room Hals; Koe
tei buill og. ol ptiK.te ivos ti lmaiiil
taaeiigri uepot. 1'noi e se.-l 21iii-L.
FOR RENT Five-room modern Hat,
centrally located, I2u psr moi.tii. 1 ri -1'iiie
of J. W. Mtarl. sialety build
ing F' ll RENT - Four-room fl. t at 17"2'
llurd uver.ue. J iiquii e Tr m:mii s Al-ul
ru,ii k t
Foil KKN T- l'i per half of ritt;.
aiol a - n ii I f n venue. !.ve loom.-. m.-wi'
1 uq lire
32 ir 11 111 air-
For RENT - moCern six-room apart-
Tl.el.l in l',e l'lln' Tut. 'I vs eli'.let !i
stte I Cul. at li: 1, or phone vet
I'jK REN I' Five room flat; all ruod
rru' rent $1H per month. 1'huiie west
f .s Y. ot call at li'ii l-'lilh-Mlid a-haif
avenue Mis. Wa.ker.
FHK KENT - f or the fall and winter,
'. i.e f iri.ishcd ground floor o! a ini'd
ei n rcMdt nee in a gond rication, ,u
ar line, young coup.e preftrrt-d. Ad
rtieioi "I", lu'j," care Argus.
FUR HF.XT HIKT.I LAKOll. j
loll RENT one storeroom at C26 Six-'
teentti street. Inquire ul '1 wenty- j
second itreet. l'lione wet i2--K.
iull RENT Two office room, with all
modern conveniences, suitable aa a
doctor's office Apply at I llemeyer !
di ug it'Tr. m blaleentu street.
FUR RENT Barn with two stalls; has
lectin- Hauls, water, etc. Inquire
J!'li4 heveuth avenue. I'hone '.
FOR RENT Office rooms. location.
Second avenue and Eighteenth street,
i.nd ll..i Apply lo Edward H.
Kul., 6:. Best iiuildlng. Phoi.c West
FOR RENT iifTtc rooms, second floor,
at l.,i; .tid avenue, front rooms,
opposite new postot1.ee, half blo'k
from court house Inquire in build
ing, of Illinois till company.
LOST AfID FOl'MD.
Lost - li.twreii Fourteenth and Flf-'
tielith -lleet .dn Tenth avenue or 1
l.c; g l. w .-ar, a plate of six front
terti. Reward for return to Argus.
iOI Ir.T.4K!l AI PU MPS.
. SKR ;u h igrour.d outfit from 20
and up 0',j,,i 1,1 use) F. M K:i',
stent. K ill, 'Ihird avenue. Kot k it-
.Mod. I i Pnone west 23l. N. B
B.iey our gasoline; .I s safer.
01 1 n rio.
IJ.lXTinNS MADE Hard accounts
' 1 ei.eir . culieeted
A..'ker ,awyr. Ill
. ...,!,-:K rtiar.e 24.
People s bank
MtH UPl.E El FITBOLUH.
V 'T.T1PI.E EI.K"TRuLYPl -Superff j
o' ..vr ei. I.ie and arm perma
r.tn'. r-rni,v.l vs.th t-r.e eo ax
r.ee.u. four in fx hours' work in
one ,tn 411 n-edlis. Address Miss
A .V Is -irl lr F.at 1. Argyie Flats,
t ru,') nio-t, Davenport. Old phone
TItltl I.OIKJE. NO 17. A F 4 A M
K Mts In ttated rommur.lcstlon
t:' fr,t Thuria' t each 1
f month at 7 ZO p. m By orier
of -rlit.n G Talor, W. M. , WiLiaa
li. l allil. aecretary.
FOR RE5T riOOMa.
FOR RKNT Rooms; finest modern fur
nished room in the clt". Kennedy
(the St. John house. 1626 '-l2
FOR RENT Modern furnished
at 1611 'i Second avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
modern, at 1206 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room for l'ght
housekeeping- at S07 Third street.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping, modern, at 141SV Third ave
nue. FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room; suitable for one or two; at 2i24
Beventh tvenue. Pnoue west 12.
FOR RENT FnrnUhed rooms, with all
modern convenances, at 70s Seven
FOR RENT Three furnlhed acorns
for I'.gnt housekeeping, at Swl Twenty-fourth
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms, moderate rent; 2S4u Fifth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooma for light housekeeping at 6vi2
FOR RENT Newly furnished modern
rooms at tne New Schmidt hotel,
i !!( Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, wlta bath, use of
phone, at 2312 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms. In private family, to gentle
men only, at 22uO Sixth avuiue.
FOR RENT Three modern light house
keeping room, witn use of pnone,
west 7Ji-K; 12'j4 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light ho rsckiepmg, reiereuees; at
7i. Fourteenlh-ar.u-a-hulf street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, gas.
Oath ,uul "water licul, etc. Opposite
court huuso; 217 rilletnih streew
FOR RENT Modern rooms and fiats at
1 toecuuu avei.ue. inlin e C J.
iiiuf.ier, iiiarikts'er .ew iiarper hotel.
Full RENT Two modern furnl.ined
iiglil Housekeeping rouuis ul 121
l vuru-eutu street, l'hone went loio.
FUR liE.NT Modern famished roomB;
aio one loom suitable lor IikhI t
al lbu1.? Fou.'lu uvt-
FOH RENT Strictly modern furnished
r""ni3 i'r :i4.il i.oiib k-ei-.iii;. on seo
oii'i li"ot . 1-iio 1'ourtii avenue, i'none
FOR J'.EN'T Furnished front room,
huitHOie lor one or two gesllemes, all
lliooei II I'li.iV.-l.K-llceS, ul 7l ElSl
t' 111 II slh'l.
. buitabie lur
F U I.l.M'-l-'u -nlsned
1 1 , I, l i . , in . 0 w o
tM. '.w'.n iji'ani it ueireU, at
rm: KI.VI -
fi on, . Ill il
l.lii.alkll' p. I.
i'li- i.e vsi .il
1 .ii'iuhed or unf'.irmh
iiiou i n l,oj.n, ' jI" l.gnl
11.1:1 Vli 1 e.thullliUie.
i' none is est laua.
Full KEN T t uri.islied large tront
loom, at Mi to u.ouei a. feu-labie iv,r i
tvso, use uf 1,'iou i'lid batu, al
'1 'rfenty. loin in sireet.
FOR RENT- Two modern furnished'
In, ins lot i:i;ft hou. i K epl.'.fc, .t h . 'J f
'i vventy-tilsi .iriet. lal'Lus vs.U. ci.li- :
0 i ii in l ii' -1 npi.
FUH RENT- .Vi'.u.-i'li neatly furnish. -.1 1
room in priw.te iainuy ot t'.. suiii-.
hie tor one gentii man, at l.'i'j Third'
j.v iiuft I'hone wen 1223-.V I
FOR RENT Modern furnished room. !
to genlle.nen uii, within ix blos ks .
i,f Uueiness ctiiier; use of phuiie; on
(mi ear lines; at l-9 frecond aveiiue.
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Fori KENT Two or three nicely f ir-1
liiMc d rooms witn Kas. i-r l.hl
(. i K t -i ns a s. i o;.e s ie i. ng i ,,-:n, ,
ooMumairs to gentleman only, at 4i
1 wenty-louitii street.
FUR RENT Two rooms, adjoining,
with bath. u:e if phone, running
water; private outsuie entrance, uu
ground floor, and other civsnieiices. :
inq lire .2i Niaeteentn street.
FOR RENT Furnished new four-room
rial, d-rliig noiitn of August; I'.rst
Hour, large jard. to coup.L- without
children, h iln good releren':s, cen
I'al ljcatlou. Address " T- iat," tare
FUR RENT irga, comfortable, all
modern room In private lio:n , ood,
quiet iiclghboritooU; cool and tiiiii;
no chi.d:eii '.n house. Apply 92'.i
T wi nly-second street. l'hoiie west
FLh.AcA.NT t. COX Keai ealale w.u
insurance Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies rapreaemad. Yuur pat
rouage aoliclied. Phuuea west 22, mid
new il72 Otilce at court housa.
BLNNcTlT b insurance Agency Fire
life, acciaenl, health auu piate giasa.
real aslale and loans, eeeund Hour
balely building. uitlce phone, west
ky. Residence phone. 72b-sL. Open
Wednesday and fcaiurday eveuinga
WE WILL UoND YOU Kxecutori . au
mluistralors , guardians, trustees' or
any kind of jua.cial bonds, uocs ana
Society otLceis; Cily, stale or L". b.
goveruaicnt ulJlclaia, coiiiracior. po
aiuons of irui. in fat, any aind of
bond you want texcept bail bonds.
Taruia rcasunab.u. liayea 4t Cleave
land. resident munaxcrs, lidellly i
Liepoalt company of Maryland.
CASH paid lor old cloluu.. car'pes j
rugs. etc. A Deulscu. 4 2 2 East 1 hire"
sireet. Davenport I'hone norm Iu2-K I
1 ' j
) LET pros 00 your psperhangiiig. Ji
cents a roll, wa-1 e-yer
roil and up; .
; ' 'UC WANT to buy
ell. trade 01
rei.t anything, engage :.tj or aecurt I
a.ijiu n. tne atn.11 asa Journal u
Ifce dtl) paper In aioiii.s Chat can ds.
It for oa. Malt and Journal wai.u
a: pvptitar. and Mail ar. d Jcurnat
aols briug result. Oite-mJ cen
per word is tr price 10 ail al,ae
cah In advance; two-cent alaicpa wu
do. Evening and Saturday Mail tuu
Journal, Uuiiiic ill
SWEDISH M iVIIMEVT M.ss A Eln
itMll. glad .. t.d ffd..':; masseuse,
g.s-es lrihl::.rr.l in pnva'.e r,,T,tl.
I'hone west ay-L. Addre S18 TMr-t-r.ir.th
11. iiLortii. a ufDrmi auctioneer All
kinds of merchandise and household
goods a ictiot.ed at your house :.-
idence. 41 TweuUln atreet. Phone
H ALTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Boy 1 years old to work in
pressroom. Apply Thomas Journy,
WANTED Drill press hands. Apply
Rock Island Manufacturing com
WANTED Good practical boring mill
hands. Apply at Rock Island Manu
WANTED Polisher and buffers; Rock
Island Manufacturing company. Four
teenth avenue and Second street.
WANTED Exrert cutter to take charge
or cutting department, sash and door
factory, out of town. Address "K S ,"
WANTED First claas man for laying
off doors by good St. Louis concern.
I lea.se answer by letter and address
"S. D. D. Co.." care Argus.
WANTED Young man to answer tele
phone and do general office work;
good wages. Address "T.,' Argus,
stating age and refarencea.
WANTED Man to travel and distrib
ute samples for big manufacturer;
$100 monthly and expenses: steady
work. S. Scheffer, 7S2 Sherman, Chi
WANTED Men and boys to work In
machine shop; boys must be over 16.
Grlsw old Manufacturing company.
Fifth avenue and Fortieth street.
WANTED Everybody's doln It now.
What? Buying advertising novelties.
Salesmen, we have the novelties; best
side line out. Write for proposition.
Box 7i, Newton, Iowa.
WANTED Salesmen to take orders for
cut rate groceries; earn $30 weekly;
experience unnecessary; outfit free.
The Standard Mercantile company,
24."2-24' East Ninth street, Cleve
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; few weeks completes; tools
given; wages while learning; you can
Join us with the assurance that you
wul succeed; apply from country or
city. Moler Barber college, Chicago,
WAKIEO FKUAI.B HELP.
WANTED Competent cook at 1109 Sec
WANTET Toting lady collector; apply
1""3 Tenth avenue sifter 5 p. m.
WASTED filrl to do second work at
Seventh avenue. i'hone west
WAXTEl) Woman to do washing and
innum at li24 Fourteentii-iina-a-liall
WANTED Good, reliable girl to assist
Willi iiuusewoik. Apply 1700 Twenty-
WANTED Girl for general housework;
-ii. nil famiiv: no v uMliiuirs. Onll lit
i in," Eleventh street.
, I WANTED A competent girl to do cen-
er.;l iiojhework; Kor m tamtly; no
waslilns; koocI wages. Apply al 7ol
WANTED Young or middle aged lady
to d nionsirn te in stores; experienced
u s:i aij.e, !mt li.'t ncce5ijar' , salary;
mu t fro- to travel. Mr. Allen. (
WANTED Lady to introduce iires
Mind-, handkcrchiels. and petticoais;
ni.ike $iv to $3 weekly; best line,
lowest prices; sold through agents
only; no money required; new fall
patterns now ready; samples and case
ir.-e. Ma:. dard Dress Goods company.
Desk 7"o, Hinghamtoii. N. Y.
-MS.IB OR FKMA.L.C
WANTED Man or woman to represent
Y.oh.en of America in Rock Island
aid -Volinc. E. L Kelly, district
:".siuier, 249 East Main street, GaleS-l.-IK.
WANTED An experienced stenorra-
oher; only one who is tlmrouii-iii v
competent will be considered; reler
t i ces required. Hartz u liahnsen
iiimpany, 220-230 Nineteenth street.
W A.TKU UIJtEI.LAMiOlS,
WANTED By young lady, a tutor In
rramiiiar Bchooi studies; one or two
hours every day. Address "Tutor,"
WANTED By young married couple,
three or four linf urnlsiied rooms in
good location. Address "R. H. M."
WANTED Old Indian relics, arrow
head, tomahawks, pipes, and old
time revolvers. Address Edward
Knodle. liatscrstown. Mi
WANTED To buy, new and second
hand goods, stoves, furniture, carpets,
et;., also cast-off clothing, hats,
shoes, etc.; I pay highest prices; will
buy. sell or trade anything of value.
S. Frjer'a Second Hand store, liui
second avenue. Phone west 247.
WANTED Position in private family
by an experienced colored cnauffeur.
Address ' C. W. B ." Box 272, Daven
V A N TE I) A CENTS.
WANTED District agent; sickness, ac
cident insurance; slock company; lib
eral ioiicy; insures both sexes; claim
settlements and busmi ss methods
strongiy commended by Insurance ex
aiitiners. our liberal profit-sharing
cntract give wonderful f pportunlly
frr fi-j-td. permanent income to capa
l le producers; representatives wanted
in ail states. Address Federal i'as
ualty, Detroit, .Mich., giving refer
ences. BUSINESS CUASCE1.
IiTiN'T miss this opportunity Dry
g ions ami muiinery business; estab
lished 10 years, t,esi location; rent
cheap; or store and fixtures only. Ap
plv S27 Twentieth street. Uock is
land. I ... watt blgia OT MDand busl -
ness, write the Board of Trade. Wey- :
burn, Sarkatchewan. We want Indus-
tries, retailers and wholesalers. Eiec- )
trio power, water, fuel, cheap. Build- 1
era with capital needed. Population !
ooubied this year.
EGYPTIAN Pslmlst. Madame Lola, Jut '
arrived in Davenport, tens past, pres- ;
ent and future; givea advice on ail
love and business affair. 17 Harn- j
C Lin 5 a i. iioijaa
iTbe Best I the Cheapest l
FIRE. LIFE. LIGHTNING AND WIND
Office. 172a Tbira ao
ROCK IFT.AND. ILL.
FOR BALE CITT PROPERTY.
FOR SALE A modern house. In choice
location. Apply 1205 Fourteenth
FOR SALE House from $1,600 to 11.
000, on easy term. Phon 1165-K.
E. W. Robinson.
FOR SALE Six-room house, with ha'.f
acre of ground; $2200. Inquire 2232
FOR SALE Four-room cottage, mod
ern. Inquire at 2S16 Sixth avenue.
Pnone west 1746.
FOR SALE Double dwelling; rents
S33 r" month; price $3,800; a very
good investment. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE Modern house of 17 rooms;
also portion of furniture; selling on
account of age. Call at 229 Sixteenth
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located at 273S Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, five-room
bungalow; modern in every respect.
Inquire on premises. 321 Twelfth
street, after 5 p. m.
FOR SALE Sacrifice for Quick sale.
modern eight-room house ,on car line
and near college; (05 Thirty-eighth
street, mock isia.no.
FOR SALE A small new cottage one
ana a nail diocks from car line. Very
reasonable; easy terms. Inquire 1609
j. wenty-eignin street.
FOR SALE On easy terms, six-room
house on Seventeenth street, opposite
Aiken street. J. Weeda, 1611 Twen-
FOR SALE Lots In Island View Heights
addition; finest in the city; ask for
prices and terms. C S. McDanlel, 602
&aleiy Duuulng, Kock luaiid.
FOR SALE Two east front lots and
small house on Twenty-tif th street;
prices reasonable. Inquire at 1516
Twenty-fifth street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Strictly modern eight-room
house, svlth barn and chicken house
reasonable price; party going west;
6 IS Thirty-ninth street. Phone west
FOR SALE Lots in Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments $o per mouth
can 1700 fctixtn sireet. Old phone
FOR SALE Seven-room house; cellar,
good well, city water, sewer, with
one, two or three acres; block from
Elm street car. Inquire 1200 Thirty
FOR BALE I offer my home, 1110
Twcnty-tirst street; eieht-room mod
ern house; linest resilience portion of j
city; price ana terms on application.
11. A. Weld.
l oll SALE! A story and half house at
li34 Twenty-sixth street, not fin
ished. Price reasonable and on easy
terms. Apply on premises or auo
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
2 !. nores of Krouini. svltu well and
cistern; loca-led tine block from car
line; will sacrifice if sold before Sept,
So. Address "S. G. .," care Argus.
FOR SALE Six-room house, and lot,
with furnace, well, cistern, concrete
walks, stable and chicken house; sit
uated in ise.irs, tlnee blocks west of
Watch Tower on Twelfth street, one
liait' block from car line.
t-nw mi u-
Lots In South Heights.
south of Aiktu street, between
Twelfth and Seveiiteeni.i streets; on
easy lerms, $2") down, balance in live
years. H. W. ilobiuson, 14D4 Rich
mond strett. l'lione wtst 116j-K.
FUR SALE Six-room house, and lot,
with lurmtce, well, cistern, concrete
walks, stable ,and chicken house;
situaud in Sears, three blocks west
of aich Tosver, on Twelfin etreet,
one-half block from car line.
FOR SALE At a bargain If taken at
once, a modern eignt-roorn house,
centrally located and mar all car
lines; hot water heat, gas, electric
liyht; lot 60X14U. For particulars ad
dress ' Y.," care Argus, or call west
FOR SKl.V. I, AMIS.
tOR SALE Ten acres of land. Includ
ing stock and implements; will take
casn or trade lor city properly ; loca
ted one mne south west of .Milan. Ad
dress "owner, ' cale of Argus.
FOR SALE At reasonable price, a 120
acre farm, two miles north and, one
half mile west ol Taylor Ridge; good
Improvements. Address Mrs. Martha
McAfee, 610 Thirteenth avenue.
FOR SALE Southern central Minneso
ta farm lands, on easy terms, al 6 to
6. per cent Interest, where tne crops
are the best and every available con
venience established In the good old
settled county of Watonwan, only a
lew miles north of the Iowa line. We
have Improved farms ranging in size
from 4u to C40 acres, at prices from
J50 to $100 per acre, according to lay,
location from town, and Improve
ments; the soil Is a deep black loam
with yellow clay sub-soil. Write us
for price lists and outline what you
want in general, and state the amount
you care to invest in first letter and
you will receive a reliable reply. '1 he
Sonnesys Land compasy, St. James,
ABSTRACTS OF TITLH.
tlnued to date covering any real es
tate In the county, prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Island Title & Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 20o-2u3. second
floor, people's National bank build
ing, Rock Island.
Is here. Get away from work
nd worry. If yoj need some
money for yur trip, remember
tout we are headquarters for pri
vate loans. No payment due un
til you get back to work, then a
little each week or month aa you
An Investigation will convince
you that our rates charged are
as low as the lowest, and that our
tasy payment pian is most con
venient. Loans on furniture, pianos,
teams, or any personal property,
fame being lft in your posses
felon at all times.
Jl 20 per week pay a j0 loan
In f.o weeks.
If you cannot come In a phone
call or letter will bring our con
fidential agent to your house at
once. Loan made same day .
PRIVATE AND RELIABLE.
ITri'CiSy Lcsisi Co.,
tlH Brady Street,
Bell telephone North 2425. Open
Wednesday and Saturday even-
FOR SALE 1MSCE1.1.ANEOTJS.
FOR SALE: Parrot at 1702 H Third ave
FOR SALE Folding
FOR SALE Corn oobs for fuel; Inquire
Benson's feed store. Phone west 221.
FOR BALE At a bargais, horse, wagon
and harness. Address G. ti..' care
FOR SALE Cheap, stock In Reynolds.
Pattern Machine company. Phone
West 769 K.
FOR SALE A splendid driving horse;
rubber-tared top buggy, ana names.
Call S10 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE Five-passenger. 40 horse
power Midland auto, in gooa repair.
Inquire 1200 Thirtieth street.
FOR SALE Trap drums and pedal, at
your own price: party leaving town
Address "Drums," care Argus.
FOR SALE Fine driving mare, surrey,
single buggy, and a wagon. Phone
west 462-Y; S34 Twenty-lirat street.
FOR SALE Cheap, an upright plana.
but little used; walnut case, inquire
at Robb's Express, 226 Seventeenth
FOR SALE One acre green sweet corn
fodder. Inquire Charles Scheuer
mann, west of Rock Island Exposition
FOR SALE Cheap, light, fast driving
team, weight about 1,800 pounds. In
quire 1121 Sixteenth street. Phone
FOR SALE Cheap, one phaeton, one
driving buggy, one trap, single or
double seated, all rubber tired. Phone
FOR SALE A twin-cylinder, seven
horse power Indian motorcycle. Willi
clutch, magneto, light and horn.
Phone west 913.
FOR SALE 26-foot launch, six horse
power, with top and gas headlight;
bargain if taken at once. Inquire
273u Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE A good driving horse, city
broke; also new surrey and new har
ness. Inquire at 1444 Twelflh street,
i'hone west 1334-X.
FOR SALE! Two-seated park wagon,
upholstered In tan corduroy, good as
new, at a bargain. Inquire 2321 Fifth
uveiiue. or phone west 401.
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once,
one Moon touring car, live-passenger,
4'j-horee power; good as new. Phone
west 1214, or cult nt 219 T went loth
FOR SALE The Rock Island brand
horse radiBh and mustard busiues.i,
with modern equipment; prohls $1.
1)00 a year, can be doubled; price JbOO.
J. B. Joseph, Sears, 111.
FOR SALE Good furniture, enough for
seven or eigut-rooin house, with steol
range, gas lange, leather davenport
and lounge, swell uprignt piano near
ly new; total cost now of all, $500.
This whole lot can how be bought on
easy paymenls lor $275. Come and
look at this dandy bargain. Phone
west 177, or call at 304 Best build
FUR SALE Library and 10-foot dining
room table, buffet all new and solid
oak, maple kilciien cabinet with cup
board tup, combination bookcase and
writing desk, roll top ollice desk,
wainut cupboard with glass doors,
several rockers, iron bedsteads Willi
new spiral springs, new lelt niattrtss,
new sanitaiy touch ,two new 9x12
rugs, library and hall hanging lumps,
laro parlor mirror, six-hole River
side range with reservoir and warm
ing closet ill cuml condition, and all
kinds of household goods, lady's new
Ion? plush coal, garden tools, chicken
house and brooders, coops, Huff Ur
p'.ngton chickens, Myers whitewash
spray pump with in leet of hose.
Aiu:.-t sell; am going to Texas. J. B.
Joseph, Stars, 111., on-Twelfth sireet
road, on Watch Tower car line.
torueys-ai-law. Office in llocg Island
National bank building.
SEAKLE MARSHALL, Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms 302 and lo2 Safety
building, Uock island, ill
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business; corporation,
probate and real estate law; Sll Peo
ple's bank bunding Phone west 3.9.
WALKER- INGRAM & SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan 011 real estate. Rooms 200
203. People's National bank building.
McEMRT & McENIRT Attorneys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collectlops. References. Mitch
ell & Lynde. bankers. Uttice. Mitchell
t Lynde building.
EXPRESS AND sTOHAGH.
RELIABLE STORAGE On first floor;
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents.
nuessier c jo.. sua lrteentn street.
Teething chtlaren have more or lesa
diarrhoea, which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlaln'a Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that la
necessary Is to give the prescribed
dose after each operation of tho bow
els more than natural and then castor
oil to cleanse the system. It Is sate
and sure. Sold by all druggists.
Our new factory Is now open
ready for business. We
; cleanest, most sanitary and most mod
ern equipped corset factory in Hie city of R-jtk island, in m id county of! V1 4-12 feet), thence east one hundred
r-nontrv Pofiitiona ran h had In oil Hock Isiand, to comply with said de-IU'iO) feet to tht, place of beginning,
country, rosiuons can De narl in all j t.rce at pi.bjjc auction to the hlgn-! containing one 11) acre, more or less,
departments. The work is cl';an and 1 est bniuer for cash in nand. ail of tne' And that a summons has been Issued
detirable and Steady emp":o' nitlit "'r,a"1 l'?1' .of, 1.r" 'n'ile '? ;' out of said court against you. rettirn
. a . n 1 wJiiiy ot Rock Island and stale of llli-. a.,lc at the September term. A. D. 1812.
guaranteed to all good opcrtcrs. I nois, known and described as follows. ! f court, to I holden on the sec-
Competent instructors will teach yo
Apply Supcria - end
fcnt s oruce, tnira noor, naiainazoo uor
; set company, Davenport division, .So
S33 West Fourth street.
fOITKACTOHJ All) BtlLDCtll
Uaunfacturers of Eaan. Doors. Blind
and feiaira Interior hniah of all kind
Hardwood Vtneer Flooring, and deal,
era In Gist (11 and 32 Lignieentli
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
ty ss: I
Probate Court of Rock Island county.
To the July terra. A. D. 1912. Petition to
sell real estate to pay debts.
Edwin L. Hanson, administrator of I
the estate of Elsie Ann W iggins, deceased, j
vs. Sarah Agnes liliL Stepi.en H. 1L1U
Tressa A. Nundle, Charles 11. Nundio,
Henry G. Wiggins. Llzsle Wiggins, Wil
liam J. Schuca. Annie E. Scliuck, Frank
Schuck. Rosa Popham. Edward
I'opham, Anna Saddoris, Clif
ford Saudorls. Raymond Wiggins, Wli- I
Ham Wiggins, liattie Freeland, Earl I
W. Freeland. Moll:e Clay. Levi Clay.
Bessie Hlcksoa. Fred Hickson. Ethel W.
Holienbeck and llollenbeck, her
husband, Lottie Christie, Byron Chris
tie. Paul Bark and lrvln Russel.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Hen
ry G. Wiggins. Lizzie Wiggins. Rosa
Popham, Edward Popham, Raymond
Wiggins, William Wiggins. Ethel W.
Honenbeck, Uolienbeck. her hus-
ba.ua. Lottie Christie, Byron Christie,
defendants above named, having been
hied in me office of til clerk of the
probate court of Rock Island county,
notice Is hereby given to the said, Hen
ry G. Wiggins, Lizzie Wiggins, Rosa
Popham, Edward Popham. Raymond
YWgglna, William Wiggins. Eiuei w.
Houenbeck. HoUnbeek, her hus
band. Lottie Christie, Byron Christie,
that the said plaintiff. Edwin L. Han
son, administrator of the estate of
Elsie Ann Wiggins, deceased, has tiled
his pennon In tne said probate court of
Rock Island county for an order to seil
the premises belonging lo the estate of
said deceased or so much of it as may
be needed lo pay the debts of said de
ceased and described. ai follows tonlt:
Situate in tho county of Rock Island,
and the slate of Illinois, Ucsciiljeu as
The east half of the northwest
quarter of sec tun iv tnty-nuie
21, towiisniu nineteen llKI. north.
range three vo east ot the 4lli princi
pal meridian. Rock island cuuuly, li.i
,ioiv Excepting that portion conveyed by
warranty Used dated Feb. 24, ISSs, by
Elsie Ann Wiggins to George VV. ile
Murpny, tilcu lor record May 2. lsnS,
recorded 111 Book 110 of Deeds, pad
2tiu, convey lug Hie lollowiiie; Uroiuui.il
leal estate: Beginning al a point, be
ing tne norlheasi coiner of tne norin
easl quarter ol liia iiorihwesl quarter
ol section number Iweuly-nme in
towusnip luueleen KlU) noi in, l unge
three ii), east of the 4tu P. M., thuuee
uuning souiu two hundred and leu
s21oj leel; lueuce west ninety-nine tlfiu
leel; inence uoith two hundred leu
I21i leel; theiicu east Mlilely-liiiie i j'J)
leel lo li.e place ol beginning, contaan
ing one-nali 13) aci e, 11101 e or less,
iual poi 11011 conveyed by waria.nty
Heed ualed rtb. 24. IS on, by Henry 0.
Wiggins and Lizzie D. v iggius, his
wile, lo George V. McMurphy, hied lor
lecoid May 169 s, and 1 ecorued 111
Book llo of Deeds, page 2i0, conveying
tne following aescnued leal estate,
jjegllimng al a point lunely-iiilie
leel wesi from Ine norlueasi coiner ot
the iiorliieasl quarter of the noiluvvesl
quarter of section number tsventy-iiine
t29 in lowusiup niueleen il noitti,
range three (.3; easi of the 4th i'. M.,
tnence ruiiniiitr soulh two hundred and
leu l21o leel; thence wesl niiiely-uuto
ISI leel, Ihence 1101 Ul two huudiedaltd
ten 1210) leet, thence east nniely-iinie
UJJ leel to tno piace ot beginning, con-
lainlng one-half acre, more or leas.
Thai portion conveyed by warranty
deed dated May 24, 1S1. by E. A. v ig
gms to George W. McMuiphy, tiled lor
record Sept. 2H, laoa, and recorded 111
Book 12 7 of Deeds, page 4t&, convcslug
the loliowing dcscrioea leal estato: Be
ginning at a point two hundred and ten
I21u) ieet south from the norlheasl cor
ner of lliu lioitheusl quarter of the
northwest quarter of section tvveuly
riine, in township nineteen (19 no: in.
range ihree (A) ensl of tne 4th 1. .i.,
inuiice running west one hundred und
ninely-eignt lils feet, thence south
leu ilii) teet, thence east one hundred
and ninety-eight HUM feet. Ihence
north len ili leet to tho place of be
ginning, containing a friciional part
I an ucre. That portion conveyed by
warranty deed dated Sept. 21, ID0.1. by Murphy, tiled lor record May 2, 1808,
Elsie A. Wiggins to Albert H. Huueku, recorded in Book 110 of Deeds, page
tiled for record Feb. 2ii, IO01I, recorded in , 2ii0, conveying the following described
Book 140 of Deeds, page 21H, conveying 1 real estate: Beginning at a point be
the following described real estate: a j ing the northeast corner of the north
piece or parcel of land, couu-iieneing east quarter of the) north westf quarter
one hundred and unlet y-eight 1US) feet I of section number twenty-nine l2). In
west of the northeast cornt r of the I townshin nineteen (lit) north, ranae
norinwesi quarter tu' 01 section
quarter I U )
twenty-nine (211), of township nine
teen (ISO north, range three 1 J t east of
the 4th 1'. M.. thence south two hun
dred anil twenty t220 leet. thence east
0110 hundred und ninety-eight (liSI
feet lo the east line of said quarter
section, thence soulh seventy-two (72)
feet and four inches (72 4-12) feet,
thencu west two Hundred nnd ninety
eight (21)8) feet, thence north two hun
dred ninety-two feet and four Inches
(202 4-12 left), thence east one hundred
(lun) feel to the place of beginning,
containing one (1) acre, more or less.
And llial a summons has been issued
out of said court against you. return-I
able at the September term, A. D. 1912, I
of said court, to be hidden on the sec-
ond day of September. A. D. 1012, at the;
court house in llock island, lu Rock
Island county, Illinois.
Now. unless you, the said Henry G.
Wlgfrlns, Lizzie Wiggins, llosa I'opham,
Edward I'opham, Raymond Wiggins,
William Wiggins, Ethel W. llollenbeck.
Hollenoeck, her husband, Lottie
Christie, and Byron Christie, shall per
so rial ly be and appear before said pio
bate court of Rock Island county, on
the first day of a term thereof, to be
holden at the court house 111 Rock Is
land, in saltl county, on the second day
of Heptember, 1112, and plead, answer
or demur to the said complainant s pe
tition filed therein, the same and the
matters and things therein charged and
slated will be taken aa confessed, and
a iecree entered against you according
to the prayer of said liilL
Rock Island. 111., July 2, 1912.
JOHN II FLEMING. Clerk.
Hugh E. Curtis, complainant's solici
tor. Master's hale.
State ot Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court; In Chancery.
Partition. General No. 63li4.
Ralph I. Iglenart, complainant, vs.
Benjamin W. lglchart, Grace bchmook,
Alice iglehait. Lslelia bmiUi, Anna Pe
leison, Lintuhclti Kiiauei, itachael igie
hart, Mamie Hubert, Ruth igiehart, jlil
ton R. Igienart, Robert Gregg and Ld
ward Newcomb, delendaiils.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of sa.d court, entered in the
above entitled cause, on the 2&th day of
june, A. D. 1012, 1 shall, on .Monday, the
22nil Hat' of July. A. it. 1912. at the
nour 01 iu:i oi iucit in me lorenoon. ai ; tirnt u'o ieL. uimuo n"iui iwo rion
ti,e ensl floor of the court house In tne i tir- . 1 ninetr-two feet and four Inches
J : lu" w!: . ,.v , . . . t . ,
- lbk twelve (12V. in tne T
u.it.i.e nr. fit in irtr dm rMi in
- ; ,7 . v". 1 A "
In Thompson ac Wells addition to the
city of Rock Island, Rock Island coun
ty. Illinois; and lot twelve (12). In
block five iti i, in Thompson tic Wells'
addition to the city of Rock Island. Rock
Island county, Illinois; provided such
bid oti each piece or parcel thereof aha.il
be equal to at least two-thirds of trie
valuation put upon the same as snown ! sam and the mailers and things there
by the report of the commissioners ; 1" charged and stated will be taken a
hereinbefore appointed bv tne court to ! cor.ft-ssed, arid a decree entered against
moke partition thereof, unless the oth- I '"'i according to the prayer of said bill,
er piece or pieces will at the same time I Rock Inland. HI.. July 23, 1912.
seil for enough lo rnaKe tne total
amount of the Bile equal to two-thirds 1
of the total amount of all valuation
.11 tn nri.mlt mtAA
Dated at Hock Island. M. this 19th
day of June. A. D. 1912.
JOKKPH L. " A3.
Master in Chancery, Rock Island Coun
R. R. Re nolds & William L. LvAAlah.
for a whole lot of decep
tive circulars and mis
statements which are
scattered all over this
city in streets, alleys,
etc. We are not asham
ed of our business and
put it in the papers
where the whole world
can openly read and
see it, for we know our
prices on loans, furni
ture, pianos, live stock, t
diamonds and salaries
are the cheapest in the
tri-cities. We have no
304 Best Bldg.
Eock Island, UL
State of Illinois, Rock Island County
ss : .
Probate Court of Rock Island county.
To the July term. A. D.. 112. Petition
to sell real estate to pay debts.
Edwin L. Hanson, administrator of
the estate of Elsie Ann Wiggins, de
ceased, vs. Sarah Agnes Hill, Stephen
R. Hill, Tressa A. Nuinlle, Charlea H.
Nundle. Henry G. Wiggins. Lizzie Wig
gins. William J. Schuck. Annie E.
Schuck. Frank Schuck. Rosa Popham,
Edward I'opham. Anna Saddorls, Clif
ford Saddoi-is, Raymond Wiggins, Wil
liam Wiggins, Hattle Freeland. Earl
W. Freeland. Mollle Clay. Levi Clay.
Bessie Uickson. Fred Hlckson. Ethel W.
llollenbeck and llollenbeck. her
husband. Lottie Christie. Byron Chris
tie, 1'aul Bark and lrvln Russel.
Aitidavit of the non-residence of Bes
sie lilckaon, defendant above named,
having been filed In the office ot the
clerk Of the tirobatA court of RncW
j Island county notice is hereby given
to the said Bessie Hlckson that the
said plaintiff, Edwin L. Hanson, admln-
j istrator of the estate of Elate Ann ig-
gins, deceased, haa filed his petition
in the said probate court of Rock Is-
lund county tor an order to sell the
1. r.-mlses belonging to the estate of
said deceased or so much of It as may
be needed to pay the debts of said do-
ceased and described as follows, tow it:
Situate in the county of Rock Island,
and the state of Illinois, described as
The east half ( ) of the northwest
quarter ' ) of section twenty-nine
(2). township nineteen (19), north,
range three t3i east of the 4th princi
pal meridian. Rock Island County, Illi
nois; Excepting that portion conveyed by
warranty deed dated Feb. 24, 1SS. by
Elsie Ann Wiggins to George W. 11c-
, three (3). east of the 4th P. M..
(3), east ot the 4th P. M.. thence
running soiitli two hundred and ten
(21ii) leet: thence west ninety-nine (99
feet; thence north two hundred ten
(210) feet; thence east ninety-nine 9)
fe t to the place of beginning, contain
ing one-half ( !j ) acre, more or loss.
That portion conveyed by warranty
deed dated Feb. 24. 1'.)$. by Henry G.
Wiggins Rnd Lizzie D. Wiggins, his
wile, to George W. Mc.Murphy, filed for
record May 2. 189s, and recorded in
Book 110 of Deeds, page 258, conveying
the following described real estate:
Beginning at a point ninety-nine (911)
feet wist from the northeast corner of
t1P northeast quarter of the northwest
quarter of section number twenty-nine
,-.,, township nineteen (1 north,
,auge three (3) east of tho 4lh p. M.,
,i.eee running south two hundred and
ten (21H) feet, thence west ritnetv-nlne
C.i'j) feet, thece north two hundred and
ten (2101 leet, thence east nlnet y-nlne
(1(0 1 feet to the pkice of beginning, con
taining one-half Hi) acre, more or less.
That portion conveyed by warranty
deed dated May 24. 189H. by E. A. Wig
gins to George W. McMurphy, tiled for
record Kept. 20, 1905, and recorded in
Book 127 of Deeds, page 4fiS. conveying
the following described real eatate; Be
ginning at a point two hundred and ten
(2101 feet south from the northeast cor
ner of the northeast quarter of th
northwest quarter of section twenty
nine. In township nineteen (19) nortn,
range three (3) east of the 4th P. St.,
th.ence running west on hundred and
nluety-rdght 19S) feet, thence south
ten (10) feet, thence east one hundred
find ninety-eight (198) feet. thence
north len (lu feet to th place of be.
Kiunlnc, containing a frattional part
of an acre . That porUon conveyed by
1 v ni 1 aiii tf-tT.i 11a ira iirii. Al. iiuj, ity
! Kl -de A. Wiggins to Albert H. Huneke.
1 iiled for record Feb. 21. 190H, recorded In
j Biok 140 of Deeds, page 213. conveying
the following described real estate: A
piece or parcel of land, commencing
one hundred and ninety-eight (1!S) f';et
wist of the northeast corner of the
northwest qu.'irter ( ) of Section
twenty-nine (20), of township nine
teen (15) north, range three (3i east of
the 4 1 ti P. M. thence south two hun
dred and twenty (220 feet, thence east
one hundred and ninety-:ght (191)
feet to the east line of said quarter
pection. thence south seventy-two (72)
feet and four Inches (72 4-12) feet,
th'-n-e west two hundred and nlnety-
I nd dav of Kcptembei . A. D. 1912. at th
t'i'i?" "..U i 1,,no' ln ltttcK
' . . ...
Now. unless you, the said Bessie Iflrk-
son, shall personally be and appear be
fore Kald probate court of Rook Island
dKjnty, on the. nrst day of a term there
of, to be holden at the court house In
Rock Island, In said county, tin the
f-conil day of September. 1912, and
plead, nn.iwi r or demur to the said com
plainant's petition filed therein, the
i JOHN' E. FLEMING. Clerk.
Hugh E. Curtis, complainant's solicl-
I1ENHY GALTH.'S: i'roprletor Cl.:p
plannock nur.,.iy. Cut Roarer er.J
designs of all kinds. Cltv sto
becond avenue, i'hone 111'