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THE ROCK ISL'AND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1912.
WUXj iHAVE'TOj ,
PRIZE J53DDLH TODAY
IF ALL THff VEPTABLe9
WERE IN DEBT-HOW nUCH
WOULD THE TOMAT-O ?
f "X ' (what! f
Argus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of Its patrons
In virion, part of the city. The Argus
haa established a system of branoh of
fices, where subscriptions and want ad
vertising may be received and any in
formation Jeft that may pertain to any
department of the paper, news or busi
ness It la also planned to have at each
of these branch offices every evening a
supply of copies of. The Argus of the
day. so that ar.y subscriber who may
have failed under any circumstance to
receive his paper, will be supplied free
The Argus' rhain of branch offices
includes tr.e following:
J. J. Klpp's notion store, 4505 Fifth
H. E. Rowe's pharmacy. 4111 Four
Rlss' drug store. Twenty-aeventh
street. Seventh avenue.
Cllemeyer e drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth Street.
George w. Millhouse, confectionery.
101 Fourth avenue
Mrs. London's notion stora. Seventh
street. Fourteenth avenue.
Heimbeck's pharmacy. 922 Third -avenue
Hensjer's grocery, 955 Eleventh
Rodert drug store. Thirtieth street
and rifth avenue.
College pharmacy. Feventh avenue
and Thlrf v-eighth streeu
Dls"n grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Ftelner drug store, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street.
FOK HUNT n
i x room modern house.
FOK KENT Six-morn strictly modern
house at sl 'I- enty-rlfth street. In
quire i4 Twenty-fifth street.
F''R KE."4 South side of double
house, . room, strictly modern.
Inquire at 242 Seventh avenue.
FoK RENT Modern eight-room house
at lilio Tweirth s'reet. Ko'k Island,
l'or particulars, rai! north 1123-L.
FK RENT After Sept. 10. a modern
even-room furnished house n-ar
l.":.g View park. Inquire 15u9 E.ghth
FOR rtKNT E:ght-room house, mod
ern In every inspect. In good loca
tion; rent 130. Address ' United."
F' 'It RENT South half of new double
houne at 11"K Seveuieentn ktreet,
strictly modern. Inqire 1124 Seven
F IX KKNT Seven-room house, with
one iicr ; M"iin'l. good well, cis
tern, ur.d i'-M ri. Inquire 19'3 Seven
FOR KKNT A five-room furnished cot
taMe, hear AdMustnnu college, two
looi.k fri'in cht line. Inquire 1116
FOR RENT--cix-room house, furnace
and eiectr.c llKht. iialt acre f
ground In Shi:i, ito'k lclatid. C'ail
went 114-K. Mike liolinmn.
Foil MF.XT Modern seven-room houe,
centrally located, modern Rat mid
modern rooms tor limit housekeep
ing, (.'all SIS) Third avenue, or west i
rOM K1C.1T K1.ATS.
Fi.'R RENT I pper Tai ! house at
I4'!i Seventh aveime. t.ve rotnus. In
quire at 248 Seventh aveii'ie.
FOR KENT Two five-room fiats; Koes
ter building. oppoitc Hock Island
oahsenger depot. Phone west 39S-L.
fUH KKNT Five-room modern fiat,
centrally located. 1-0 per mouth. In
quire of J. NV. Stewart, Salety bulld-
FOR RENT Five room flat; ail mod
ein' rent H permonUi. Phone west
H..B-Y. or cull at 132u Flilh-and-a-lialf
averiue. Mrs. Wulker.
Fit It KKNT For the full and winter,
the furnished ground floor of a mod
em residence in n g""d location, n
cur line, young couple pref erred. Ad -dresn
"li. I"'),' cure Argun.
FOH KKNT MIM'Kl.l.ANICOl'B.
FOK KENT -One storeroom at J2 Six
teenth street. Inqtuie DOS Twenty
Second street. Phono West 822-K.
FOR KENT Two olflce rooms, with ail
modern eonvanlences, suitable as a
doctor s oilice Apply at I lioraeyer s
drug store. ii Sixteenth street.
FOK KKNT Office rooms. Location.
Second avenue and Eighteenth street.
second floor Afoly to Edward H.
Krell. Hit Best bu
u.ldlna. Phone West
FOR RENT - office rooms, second floor,
at 1517 Second avenue; front rooms;
ftppou new posiottlce, half block
from court house Inquire in build
ing, of Illinois Oil company.
Ill SI EOS IHANt lLS.
PON'T miss this opportunity Dry
goods and millinery bus ness; estab-.isl-.etl
1" years, best location, rent
iliisp, or store and nxt ui es only. Ap
plv 27 Tw vnlietn streeu Kx k Is
land IF you want to begin or expand busi
ness, write the Board of Trade, Wey
burn. Saskatchewan. We want Indus
tries, retailer and w holesalers. aUec
trlo power, water, fuel, cheap. Build
ere with capital needed. Population
doubled this year.
E J I PT IAN PALMIST. 1111 Want Third)
street. Davenport. Iowa. tell pust. t
present and future, gives a.lvlce ou
all stTairs of life, satisfaction guar
anteL EGYPTIAN Palmist. Madame Lola, just
arrived in Davenport, tel s pasu pres
ent anj fjtur. gives advice on all
love at d business affairs, lit Harri
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eln
arn. graduated Swedish masseuse,
gives treatment In private homes.
Phone west J-L Address (If Thirty-ninth
GA90I.E TANKS AKD PI MPS.
and up i ;",. cc tn use) F. M King,
agent. IMli, Third avenue. Rock Is
land. Ill Phone west 2011. N. B
Bury your gasoline: It's safer.
WIVTII-I K F.l kltTHOl TU.
Mi l.lll'in; fcl.MTRoi.YSis ouperflu-
ous 1 a.rs on r. and arms perma-
nently removed with one eo s:x
neea.es. icur to s.x r.ours' work in
one w.ih x needles. Address Mil's ;
A. M KiMrldge. Flat 1. Arcyle Flats,
Braty streeu Davenport. O.d phone;
TKJO LODGE. NO 6T. A. F A A 51
Meets In stated communication
Jr tne first Thursday of each I
tr.or.th at 7 JO p tn. By order)
of Carlton O. Taylor, W. M. : Wllilaa
2L Peiut. j rrmary.
FOR RXT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms;
217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 1611 1, Second avenue.
FOR RENT Nlcelv furnished rooroa.
modern, at 1206 Third avenae.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at Z Third street.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping, modern, at 1 4 i 6 Third ave
nue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with all
modern conveniences, at 70s Seven
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 602
FOR RENT Strictly modern furnish
ed rooms for light housekeeping at
1015 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, modern, at 290O
FOR RENT Newly furnished modern
rooms at the New Sohmldt hotel.
2lti Seventeenth streeu
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms. 1310 Fourth avenue. Rock I
land. Phone west 178U-X.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms. In private family, to gentle
men only, at 22oO Sixth avenue.
FOK RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping , references; at
74j Fourteenth -and -a-haif street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, gas,
bath .hot -water heat, etc. Opposite
court house; 217 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern rooms and flats at
l27 Second avenue. Inquire '. J
.Mueilei, manager New Harper hotel.
FOR RENT Two modern furnUhed
light housekeeping rooms at 1--1
1-ourteenth strevl. Phone west 1H6.
FOR KENT Moilern furnished rooms;
aleo one loom suitable lor light
i.ouKi.k:epmg. at 1620 'a Fourth me-
Foil KENT Two or three unfurnished
i.ij.'it housekeeping roorun. all mod
ern, at 11H3 Fo jrteenth-ahd-a-haif
(FOR RENT Strictly modern furnished;
l"oiiia ior llfcl.l lU'US'-Keepir:. on sec-!
una noor, liuoi-ourtli civtne. i'Xioi.9
FOK RENT Furnished front room,
suitable for one or two geewemeit, aii
modern cn eniences, at 7ls iigh
te hill street.
FOK RENT Furnished room: large
iruhl room, down stairs, sullable lor
two, with bodid It Ue.-ired, at 2j1i
rVK liUSI Modern furnished front
room, auiiahie lor two. witn or with
out board, ill Tiv eniy-uintii street,
phone nett 1118.
F'R RENT- Modern f'irnl-l.ed room,
ground tl'or, with board in private
"lamlly. at 7 1 'weutj -secoi.U bluet.
l'ti'he weht 1032-K..
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms lor light housekeeping at.. 11
'i'liird avei.de. K-'afiiiield aiurhi.tfi.;.
FOH KcNT Furnished large front
room, strictly modem, suitable tor
two, use of phone ami bain, at olio
T went -fourin street.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms ior light housekeeping, ut eia
Twentv -tlrst street. Parlies v. 1LU chil
dren need not apply.
FOK KENT -M.el-rn neatly furnished
room in private family of two. su. ta
ble for one gentleman, at i:j Thud
avenue. Phone west 1223-X.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room. I
to gentlemen nly, wiluui six blocks.
or business cenier, use ol plain, e; on
two car in.es; at 92s Second avenue.
FOK KENT Two or three nl-ely fur- !
lushfu rooms with gas. for light!
housekeeping . also one sleeping room,
downstairs to gentleman only, at 646 ,
1 w enty-f urth street.
FOR KENT Two rooms, adjoining. !
with bath, use of phone, running j
water; prlvute outside etnranie. on '
ground floor, and other conveniences.
Inquire 725 Nineteenth street.
FOR KENT Furnished new four-room
flat, during month of August; first
floor, large yaia, to couple without
children, vv itu good references, cen
tral location. Address 'Flat," care
r xvc i i,rge. comiortauie. all
inoaern room in private i.ome.
q ilet neighborhood . tool and eiuuiv;
no children in house. Apply Si9
Twenty-second street. Phone west
lM HIM E.
PLEASANT V. t'OX Kel rslMte and
llisorMnce I. OMRS a sneclalfv Ufut
tire companies represented. Your pal
Uoiinge s"licited. Phones west 22. and
new 5172 urine at court house
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate g.ass,
rtil estate and loans. Second lloor.
Safety building Office phone, west
fi 6 Residence phone 72j-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
I WE WILL BOND TOU Executors ad
ministrators, guardians, trustees' or
any kind of judicial bonds, lodges and
society officer, city, xtale or L S (
government official, contractors, po- I
sitloiis o ftrusi. in facU any kind of j
bond you want (except bail bonds).!
Terms reasonable Hayes & Cleave- ,
land, resident managers. Fidelity &
uepoit company ol Maryland. '
LET Fross do your paperhar.glng; 15 ;
cents a roll, wail pu; er at 5 cents a
roll and up. 2521 Sixth aveuue. j
CASH ta.d fir old
rugs etc. A I'eut
rugs etc. A I'eutscn. 322 Last Third
street. Davenport. Pl.oue north 102s-Y
WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anytning. ergage neip or secure'
a situation, the Mall and Journal Is I
the or.ly paper in Mollne teat can do
It for you Mail and Journal wants
are popular. ar. J Mall and Journal '
wants bring results . One-half cent I
per word is the price to s.i alike, 1
cash tn advance, two-oent stamps will
do Kver.ii.g and Saturday Mail and
Journal, ii.-'.ir. . Ill
PROFKIOI ATTORNEY S.
Jackson. Hi rst a STAFFORD At -
torneys-st-law. 'ftie In Rock Island
National bank building
' SEAR1.E 4
i MARSHALL Lawyers,
l'-an on good real estate
Room-. 30; ai d 3vi Safety
building. Rock Is, and. Ill
i WILLIAM M WALKER itinm.v
general law busines. corporation,
valker. Ingram a sweeney At-
tornev s and counsteorf at ia w. Mo:.ey
to loan on real estate Rooms 2to -
t. People s National bank building,
McE.MRY A McENIRY Attorneys-at-
. mke collections ' Reference. Mitch- i
ell & Lyr.de. bankers, office. MuUoaui i
j Lnde builiu. ,
WAJITED HILB HELP.
WANTED Fifty laborers, with pick
and shovel, to assist In exoavattng for
the water circus lake at Twenty-fourth
street and ThlrQ avenue. 9 a. m.
Thursday morning. Apply superin
tendent Hice & rre Water Circus.
WANTED Men to do roof work at
Rock. Island Canning company. Sears,
WANTED Drill press hands. Apply
Rock Island Manufacturing com
pany. WANTED Laborers at the new post
office. Apply General Construction
WANTED Good steady man to work In
Ice cream department. G. W. Shortess,
1514 Seventh avenue.
WANTED Polishers and buffers: Rock
Island Manufacturing company. Four
teenth avenue and Second streeu
WANTED Experienced stenographer;
permanent position. F. J. Lewis Man
ufacturing company. Second streeu
WANTED Expert cutter to take charge
of cutting department, sash and door
factory, out of town. Address "K.S.,"
WANTED Good, sober, married young
man, not afraid to work; good salary
and advancement. Address "Sales
man." care Argus.
WANTED First class man for laying
off doors by good St. Louis concern.
Please answer by letter and address
"S. D. D. Co.," care Argus.
WANTED Young man to answer tele
phone and do general office work;
(rood wages. Address 'T.,' Argus,
e'.ating age and references.
WANTED Young man to do outside
work; rteaoy position and good sal
ary to willing worker. Apply at
once. People's store, 319 Twentieth
WANTED Men and boys to work In
machine shop; boys must be over lti.
GriawoM Manufacturing company.
Fifth avenue and Fortieth street.
WANTED Man with rig and a little
money, to take exclusive selling
agency for several first class articles.
a.;i room 51. Ruck Island house, be
ten 0 and s p. ni.
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; few weeks completes; tools
given; wages white learning; you can
Join us with the assurance that you
will succeed, apply from country or
city. Moler Lamer college, Cnicago,
WAITED F KM A IE ltKLP,
WANTED Dishwasher; apply Hock Is
land house cafe.
WaNTKD A competent girl to do gen
eral housevv ork. Apply ut SU4 Twen
WANTED iJlrl (who attends school'
to work for room and board, inquire
31 IK Tenth avenue. Phone west
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral Housework, lour in family, no
uuishing. Kuod wases. Apply at 7'JK
WANTED MA IE OR, FEMALE.
! WANTED Man or woman to represent
j Yeomen of America In Rock Island
und Molme. E. L. Kelly, district
I manager, 249 East Main street, Uales
i buig, lil.
WANTED An experienced stenogra
pher, only one who is tiiorodhly
competent will be considered, refer
ences required. llartz & Balinsen
1 'onipuny . 22ri-230 Nineteenth streeu
' ; :
V ANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Ry young lady, a tutor In
grammar school studies, one or two
hours every day. Address "Tutor,"
WANTED Old Indian relics, arrow
hi mis, tomahaw ks, pipes, and old
tune revolvers. Address Edward
Knodle, Hagerstown. Md.
WANTED To buy, new and second
hand goods, stoves, furniture, carpets,
etc.. also cast-off clothing. hats,
snoes. etc.; I pay highest prices; will
buy, stil or trade anything of value.
S. Fryers Second Hand store, 15oo
Second avenue. Phone west 247.
WANTED Situation by stenographer;
seveial years' experience in various
lines. Addiess 'Stenographer,'' care
WAN'TEI Situation copying by ex
peri. n, ed lady, rapid w riter; also
I.ave experience in confectionery and
bakeiy. Address "M J ," care Argus.
WANTED iJistrlct .agent; sickness, ac
cident insurance; stock company, 11b
etal policy; insures both sexes, cmim
settlements and business methods
strongly commended by Insurance ex
ananers: our liberal profit-sharing
contract gives wonderful opportunity
for good, permanent income to capa
ble produicrs, representatives wanted
in all states Aldrtss Federal "as
nalty, Detroit, Mich., giving refer
MADE Hard account
and claims collected. Wiliiam M.
Walker, lawyer. 111 People's bank
bunding Phar.e 349.
ABSTRACTS or TITLM.
tinued to date covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Is.ar.d Title & Abstract com
pany; J. J Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-2'j3. second
floor. People's National bank build
ing. Rock Island.
' Our new factory Is now open and
. r.adv for buampea. V h.
clevanefet, most sanitary and most mod-
ern equipped corset factory in tlie
country. Positions can be bad in all
departments. The work is clean and
deirable and steady employment
to all eood oDemtrt
instructors will teaca yoi
witbout charge. Apply Sup.r'.T"end-
t,.. ,h-rriflr.cr if.i,,,.
; ... . , - . -- ' w
1 set company, Davenport division, No.
j 533 West Fourth street.
TOR SAI.R CTTT PROPERTY.
FOR SALE A modern house. In choice
location. Apply 1205 Fourteenth
FOR SALE Houses from IL600 to II.
000. on easy terms. Phone USS-K.
E. W. Robinson.
FOR SALE Four-room cottage, mod
ern. Inquire at 2814 Sixth avenue.
Pnone west 1749.
FOR SALE Double dwelling; rents
tst per month; price $3,200; a very
good Investment. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE At a 'bargain, a store, with
fiat above, located at S7J8 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonu, C10 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Sacrifioe for quick sale,
modern eight-room house .on car line
and near college; R0i Thirty-eighth
street, Kock island.
FOR SALE On easy terms, six-room
house on Seventeenth street, opposite
Aiken street. -J. Weeda, 1611 Twenty-fourth-and-a-half
FOR SALE; Lots In Island View Heights
addition; finest in the city; ask for
prices and terms. C S. McDanlel. 601
Safety- building. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Two east front lota and
small house on Twenty-afth street:
prices reasonable, Inquire at 1618
Twenty-fifth street. Rock. Island.
FOR SALE Eight-room modern house,
half block from two car lines, at
2828 Fifth-and-a-half avenue. In
quire at 2S2U Flrth-and-a-half ave-
FOR SALE Strictly modern eight-room
house, with barn and chicken house;
reasonable price; party going west;
618 Thirty-ninth street. Phone west
FOR SALE A small new cottage, one
and a haif blocks from car line. Very
reasonable; easy terms. Inquire 1609
Twenty-eighth streeu Phone west
FOR SALE Lots in Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments i per mouth.
Call 1700 Sixth street. 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
Twenty-nrst street; eight-room mod
ern house; finest residence portion of
city; price and terms on application.
H. A. Weld.
FOR SALE A story and half house at
1534 Twenty-sixth street, not fin
ished, price reasonable and on easy
terms. Apply on premises or suO
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
2 acres of ground, with well and
cistern; located one block from car
line; will aacrilice if sold before Sept.
30. Address "3. G. S ," care Argus.
FOR SALE Six-room house, and lot.
witn furnace, well, cistern, concrete
walks, staole and chicken house; sit
uated in bears, three blocks west of
Watcn Tower on Twelfth street, one
l.ali block lrom car line.
FOK SALE Lots In South Heights,
bouoti of Aiken street. between
Twelfth and Seventeentn streets; on
easy terms, itl dotvn, oalance in live
years. E. V . Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone west lltii-K.
FOR SALE Six-room house, and lot,
with fuinace, well, cistern, concrete
walks, stable ,and chicken house;
situated in Sears, three blocks west
of Watch Tower, on Twelfth street,
oue-hait block nn car line.
FOR SALE At a bargain If taken at
once, a modern eight-room house,
centrally located and near all car
lines, hot water neat, gas, electric
light; lot 60x140. For particulars ad
dress "V.," care Argus, or call west
FOR SALE Or trade, for medium
priced city loU between Twenty-fifth
and Thirtieth streets, north of Eigh
teenth avenue, a good driving horse,
city broke, also new surrey and new
harness. Inquire at 1444 Twelfth
street. Phone west 1334-X-
I'Olt !AI.K LANDS.
FOR SALE Eighty acrea ff lmnrovea
land, two mil's north we'f of Taylor
itiuge. inquire on prenus. a tor terms
FOK SALE Ten acres of land, Includ
ing stock and implements; will take
cash or trade for city property; loca
ted one mile southwest of Milan. Ad
dress "Owner," care of Argus.
FOR SALE At reasonable price, a 120
acre farm, two miles north and one
half mile west of Taylor Kldge; good
improvements. Address Mrs. Martha
McAfee, 610 Thirteenth avenue.
FOR BALE Southern central Mlnneso-
ta farm lands, on easy terms, at 5 to
6 per cent Interest, where the crops
are the best and every available con-I
veiuence established in the good old j
settled county of Watonwan, only a
tew mliea north of; the Iowa line. Wei
have Improved farms ranging in size :
from 40 to 640 acres, at prices from!
J50 to 1100 per acre, according to lay, I
location from town, and Improve- j
menta: the soli Is a deep black loam i
with yellow clay sub-soil. Write us'AugusU A. Jj. 1912. at the hour of M
for price lists and outline what you 1
want In general, and state the amount
you care to Invest In lirst letter and
you will receive a reliable reply. The
Sonnesys Land compasy, st. James,
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A child's white sweater: reward
for return to HSuO Fourteenth street.
LOST Between Seventeenth and Elev
enth streets, on Fourth avenue, a
small quilt. Return to 531 Eleventh
street for reward
LOST Saturday evening, on Twentieth
street, between Third and Fourth av
enues, a small black leather purse,
containing money. Reward for re
turn to 550 Twenty-fourth street .
EXPRESS AND aTORAOBL
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents.
Roessler & Co., 309 Fifteenth street-
(The Best Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE. LIGHTNING AND WIND
Office. 171 Thiro avian. Rates rea
son a hi a
ROCK ISLAND. ILL,
CONTRACTORS AND Bl II DKRS.
Manifatturers of Sash. Doors. Blinds
ar.i Stairs. Interior finish of ail kinds
Hardwood Vr.eer Florring and deal
ers in GUsi 211 and 222 Eighteenth
-XIISCKL4. AJTEJOC S.
FOR SALS Parrot at 1702 H Third ave
FOR SALE Piano,
at 610 Twelfth
FOR SALE! Folding;
FOR SALE! Good work horse at Nor-
moyle Bros, livery.
FOR SALE! Cheap, stock In Reynolds
Pattern & Machine company, pnone
FOR SALE Five-passenger, 40 horse
power M inland auto, in gooa repair.
Inquire 1200 Thirtieth street.
FOR SALE! New PerfeoUon oil stove.
three burner; Buck Hot Blast stove;
also rug; at 1S11 Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE Cheap, an upright piano,
but little used: walnut case. Inquire
at Robb's Express, 226 Seventeenth
FOR BALE! One acre jrreen sweet corn
fodder. Inquire Charles Scheuer
mann, west of Rock Island Exposition
FOR SALE! Cheap, one phaeton, one j
driving , buggy, one trap, single or
double-seated, all rubber tired. Phone
FOR SALE Cheap, a team of small
black mules. Inquire at William
Maak's .east on Slrayer's Crossing.
South Rock Island.
TOR SALE Cheap, If taken at once,
one Moon touring ear. five-passenger,
4i-horse power; good as new. Phone
west 1214, or call at 21 Twentieth
FOR SALE The furniture of a four
room house, two loads of wood, two
tons of coal, and a big gar Jon. JluO
cash or payments; at 212 Third ave
nue. Rock Island.
FOR SALE The Rock Island brand
horse radish and mustard business,
with modern equipment; profits $1,
800 a year, can be doubled; price $800.
J. B. Joseph. Sears. IlL
FOR SALE! One- large Mosler safe, roll
top desk. Smith-Premier No. 10 type
writer, lot of good ofnue partitions,
and other office furniture. Inquire
1609 Second avenue, phone west 4tL
FOR SALE! Rubber tired buggy and
single harness; also double couch, 33
pounds of goose feathers, and folding
go-iart Inquire 11230 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR SALE Gasoline launch. 35-foot.
20 horse power. Roberts engine; also
one small cabin boat, and one lox40
decked barge; good bargain to quick
buyer. Niles Bradley, Colona, 111.
FOR SALE Good furniture, enough for
seven or eight-room house, with steel
range, gas range, leather davenport
and lounge, swell upright piano near
ly new; total cost now of all. $800.
This whole lot can now be bought on
easy payments for $275. Come and
look at this dandy bargain. Phone
west 177. or, call at 304 Best build
FOR SALE Library and 10-foot dining
room table, buffet all new and solid
oak, maple kitchen cabinet with cup
board top, combination bookcase and
writing desk, roll top office desk,
walnut cupboard with glass doors,
several rockers. Iron bedsteads with
new Fpirnl springs, new felt mattress,
new sanitary couch ,two new 9x12
rugs, library and hall hanging lamps,
large parlor mirror, six-hole River
side range with reservoir and warm
ing closet in good condition, and all
kinds of household goods, lady e new
long plush coat, garden tools, chicken
house and brooders, coops. Buff Or
pington chickens, Myers' whitewash
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Must sell; am going to Texas. J. B.
Joseph. Sears, ill., on Tweiflh street
road, on Watch Tower car line.
Estate of William Worth, deceased.
The undersigned naving been ap
pointea executrix of the last will and
testament of William Worth, late of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she
he will appear before the lion. Benja
Beil, 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 first Monday In
September next, at which time all per-
j sons having claims against s,
aving claims against said esiate
are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make lmmedlute
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 2nd day of July. A. D. 1912.
McEniry & McEniry, solicitors.
Default having been made in the pay
ment of a certain promissory note, bearing
.lute June 13. 1912. made and executed
by the Muscatine Button company and
navable to the order of the Rock Island
National bank on Aug. 1, A. D. 1912;
said note being in the sum of $2.139 0.',,
with Interest at rate of 6 per cent per
annum after date until paid:
Now. therefore, said the Hock Island
National bank, by virtue of und under
the authority in Faid note given, rio.-s
herebv declare that it will offer for
SH or puhlic auction to the hijroes'
t.iHrir fur rush on the 16th ilav .f
o'fl.xk a. m., at the banking house f
said bank, in the city of Kock Island,
111., the collateral given to secure said
Certificate No. 39 for 10 shares of the
capital stock of the Trl-City Button
company of Davenport. Iowa; certifi
cate No. 40 for 5 snares of the capital
stock of the Trl-City Button company
of Davenport, Iowa, certificate No. 41
for 6 shares of the capital stock of the
Tri-City Button company of Davenport,
' Io-.va; certificate No. US for 10 shares
of the Muscatine Button company of
' M:iPcati:e. Iowa, and certificate .'i. 2
for 5 shares of the capital stock of the
Muscatine Button company of Musca
Dated at Rock Island. 111., this 6th
dav of August. A. I). 1912
THE ROCK ISLAND NATIONAL BANK.
By H. B. Simmon, Cashier.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
Estate of Charles Btrupp, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Charles Strupp, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that she will appear before the probate
.A.,.' tt Rr,clc I m I u rt rt er.itrifv ut IK r.rn-
bate court room, in tne city of K'k-K
Island, at the September term, on the 1
first Monday In September nexU at !
which time all persons having claims .
against said estate are notified and re- '
qTiested to attend for tne purpose of j
having the same adjusted. All persons ,
Indebted to said estate are requested to
ma Ke imijieuiiv yajiuciii i'J mc uii-
MARTHA A. BECK.
Ingram & Sweeney, attor-
BL HEDR1CK General auction
kinds of merchandise and bo- eboid
goods auctioned at your hour Res
idence. 641 hi Twentieth sirs- - Phone
All the news all the time The
State of Illinois,' Rock Island Coua-
Probate Court of Rock Island county. ;
To the July term. A. D. 1912- Petition to 1
sell real estate to pay debts.
Edwin L. Hanson, administrator of I
the estate of Elsie Ann Wiggins, deceased.
vs. Sarah Agnea lull, Siepueu R. lvl. I
Tresea A. Nundle, Charles IL Nundle, ;
Henry G. Wiggins, Llaaie Wiggins, Wil-
Law J. SehuciC Annie E. Scuucit, Frank i
Schuck, Rosa Pophain, Edward j
Pophata, Anna Saddorls, Cllf- i
ford Saddorla. Kaymond Wiggins, Wil- j
Hani Wiggins, Haiti Freeiand. Earl
W. Freeiand. MoUie Clay. Levi Clay.
Baaale Hickaon, Fred lilcksou, ttthel W.
Holienbeck and Hollenbeck, her ,
husband. Lottie Christie. Byron Chris- ;
tie. Paul Bark and Irvin RusseL
Affidavit of tha non-realdence of Hen- '
ry G. Wiggins. Lixaie Wiggins, Kosa
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Wiaalna. William Wiaulns. Ethel . r-
liOi.eubeck, Holienbeck, her bus- I
band. Lottie Christie, Byron Christie
defendants above named, having been 1
hied In the oilice of the clerk of thai
probate court of Rock Island county,
notice la hereby given to the said Hen-
ry i. Wiggins, Lixxie Wiggins, Hosa
e'linhnm. r..lward Ponhnm. Kavmoiltl
Wiggins. William Wiggins. Einel V.
lol.enbecK, liououoeck. uar nus-
baud, Lultie CbrlaUe, Byrou Christie,
tnal the said plaintiff, Udwiu L. Han
son, administrator of the esiate of
Little Ann Wiggins, deceased, haa tiled
liia petition in the said probate court of
Hock Island county tor an order to sell
the preinisv-s belonging to tne estate of
said deceased or so much of it as may
be needed to pay the debts of said de
ceased und described aa follows towlt:
Situate in tho county of Rock Island,
and the slate of Illinois, described as
The east half (U.) of the northwest
quarter W) of beetle n t wcmy-nine
l2!), township niueteeu (ID), north,
runt;e three i) east ot the 4Ui princi
pal nieiiaiaii, Kock laiaud county, Lii
uois. Excepting that portion conveyed by
warranty deed dated Feb. 24, lays, by
Lisle Ann Wiggins to Ueoro W. lie
Murphy, nlea lor record May 2, lsuS.
l'ecolded lu Book 110 of Ueeds. pag
2t0, conveying tue loilowiug deacrioed
real esiate: Beiuniug at a point, be
ing the hortnetiei corner ot luu noriu
est iuai'ter oi ihe noriliwesi. quarter
ot uectiou numuer iweuiy-mne in
lovvusnip nineteen tls norm.
three east ol tliu 4ili P. M., luunce 1
luiiulng sou"! two hundred and ten
leei; meuce north two bundled ten
t210 leei; theucu east niueiy-uine k'j'J)
leet to the place ut beginning, contain
ing one-hail tVal acre, mure or less,
iu4t portion conveyed by warranty
deed dated Feb. 4. lobs, by Henry li.
Wiggins and Lhtxie D. Wiggins, his
wile, to Oculge VV. McMurphj. hied lor
i cool d Alay l&aa. and recorded ill
Book llu.of Deeds, page Zi'J, convoying
Uie iollowiug vesciiued leal talalo.
Uegluuuig at a point ninety-nine u9
leek west from Ine iioi'lueust corner of
the hoi Uieusl quarter of the northwest
quarter gi secuou number twenty-nine
1 29) in township nineteen 119) nortu,
range three tS) east ol the 4lii P. M.,
theuce running suula two hundred and
leu t2lu leet; theuce west ninely-iiiiie
199) leet, thence north two hundred and
leu vlo) feet, ihelice ea&t niuety-litlie
t9) leet to 4Jie place ol beginning;, con
taining, one-half. tVa aci e, more or leas.
Tnal portion conveyed by warranty
deed daled May 24. 109S, by hi. A. Wig
gins to George W. McMurphy, tiled lor
record SepU -0, 190, and recorded in
Bock 127 of Deeds, page 40b. conveying
the following deacribeu real estate: Be
ginning at a point two hundred and leu
l21u) leet souih from the norlheaal cor
ner of the northeast quarter oS tho
northwest quarter of secliou twenty
nine, lu township nineteen (19) north,
range three 3) easl of the 41.1 P. Al.,
liience ruuning west one hundred and
liinely-eigiit ll9S) feet, theuce south
ten (.10) ieet, theuce east one hundred
lid ninety-eight (l'.'M) leet. llicuce
Ih I,.. . 1(1 L tf lit II, !,... ..I l..
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oi an acre. i hat porliou conveyei by
warranty deed daled Sept. 21. 1905. by
Elsie A. Wiggins to Albert 11. Huueke,
liled for record Feb. 20. lKoti, recorded in
Book 140 of Deeds, page 213, conveying
tiie following descsibed real eslule: A
piece or parcel of land, commencing
one hundred and niricty-elgl.t (19&) feci
west of the noriueast corner of the
northwest quarter ( V ) ot sect
iweniy-iilne iZ9), of luwnship nine
teen (19) north, range three ill) easl of
tue 4th P. M., thence soutii two hun
dred and twenty (220; leet, thence easl
unu hundred and - ninety-eight (U)
leet to the ciist line of suid quarter
section, thence south seventy-two (72)
leet und four inches (72 4-12) feet,
thence west two iiundred and ninety
eight (298) feet, theuce north two hun
dred ninety-two feet and four Inches
(292 4-12 feci), thence east one hundred
(loo) feet to the place of beginning,
containing one (1) acre, muru or less.
And tiiat a summons has been Issued
out of said court against you, return
able at the September term, A. D. 1912,
of said court, to be holdeu on the sec
ond day of September, A. D. 1912, at the
court house In Kock Island, in Kock
Island county, Illinois.
Now, unless you, the said Henry G.
iWiKglne. Lizzie Wiggins, Kosa pophum,
Edward pophain, Kuymoud Wiggins,
William WiKKiua, Ethel W. Hoilenheck,
Jloil.iii,nk. her husband, Loitiu
Christie, and Uymu Christie, snail per
sonally be' and appear before said pro
bale cuuit ot Kock Island county, on
the first day of a term thereof, to bo
holtlen at the court house in Rock Is-
! land, in said county, on tho second day
of Seplemhur. 1512. and plead, answer
or demur to the said complainant s pe
tition tiled therein, the same and the
mutters and tilings therein charged and
stated will he .ik- n as coniessed. and
a decree entereu s.nnst you according
to tne prayer or sn2 bill.
Kock island. 111.. July 2, 1912.
JOHN E. FLEMIN'U. Clerk.
Hugh E. Curtis, complainant's solici
tor. Master's Sale.
State of Illinois, Kock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court; In Chancery.
Partition. Ueneral No. 6294.
Ralph 1. Iglenaru complainant, vs
Benjamin W. igichart, Oraee tsenmook.
AMce lgieharl, Eslelia Smith. Anna i'e
lerson, Eiixabelh Kua 11, ita h,t, 1 i;le
hart, Mamie Hubert, Kulli lieiiart, Mil
ton K. lgleuart, Robert Orikc; and Ed
ward Newcornb, Oelendanls.
Notice is liereby given that by virtue
of a decree of said couru crilered in the
above entitled cause, on the 2)lu day of
June, A. D. Uli, 1 snail, on Monday, the
2nd day of July, A. D. 1912, at tne
hour of 1O.I6 o'clock In ihe forenoon, at
the east door of the court house in tne
city of Kock Inland, in sad county of
Kock Js.aiid. to comply with said de
cree, sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash in hand, ail of tne
certain parcels of land s.t late In the
county of Kock island and slate of Illi
nois, known and Uescriotd as follow,
Bublot one (1), in lot eight (. in
block twelve (12). in the "Old Town of
Kock Island," Kock Island county, Illi
nois; lot eleven (ill. in block five h).
In Thompson He W.ila addition to Ihu
city of Kock island, K ,1 k iv.aii'i coun
ty. 1,,1i,o.j. and lot twelve ill';, in
j block live (".;. in '1 nomps'-n ac Wells
Muuiuun i'J u,r in oi iv:iv isiauu. I17I.K
i Island county. iiiin n. prov.ded such
I -e o" pceVtf .rcof "I
be equal to
valuation put tinea tne same as shown
I by the report of tne commissioners
j hereinbefore appointed by the court to
j rr. u it - partition thereof, unlets the oth-
(er piece or pieces will at tne same time
I sell for enough to make tne. tjtal
J amount of the sale equal to two-third
' of the total amount ot all valuations of
ail tne premises sold.
Dated at Rock I-land. III., this 29th
day of June. A. D. 1912.
JOEEPH L. MA8.
Master in Chancery. Rock Island Coun
It. R. Reynolds 6c x'iilaia L. Ludolpn.
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,
diamonds and salaries
are the cheapest in the
tri-cities. We have no
CUT RATE LOAN CO.
304 Best Bldg.
Rock Island. '111.
Phone W. 177
State of Illinois, Rock Island County
Probate Court of Rock Island countv.
To ttie July term. A. D.. 1912. Petition
to sell real estate to pay debts,
Kdwln u Hanson, administrator of
' . me. estate or Klsle Ann Msk ns. de-
ceased, vs. Surah Agnes Hill, ritepheu
lu 11111, Trcssa A. Nundle, Charles 11.
Nundle, Henry O. Wiggins, Llxsie W1g-i
gins, William J. Schuck. Annie E.
Schuck, Frank Schuck. Rosa Pophain,
Edward Popham. Anna Saddorla, Clif
ford Saddorls. Raymond Wiggins, Wil
liam Wiggins. Hatlle Freeiand. Earl
W. Freeiand. Mollis Clay. Levi Clay,,
Bessie Hickson, Fred lilckson, Ethel W. '
Hollenbeck and Hollenbeck, her.
husband. Lottie Christie, Byron Chris-1
tie. Puul Bark and Irvin Kussel,
Affidavit ot the non-residence of Bes-,
sle Hickson. defendant above named. '
having been filed in the office of the!
clerk of the probate court of Rock!
Island county notice Is hereby given
lo the said Bessie Htokson that the
said plaintiff. Edwin L. Hwnson, admin- (
lstrator of -the estate of Elsie Ann Wlg-i
gins, deceased, has filed his petition
in the aald probate court ot Rock ls-(
iuiiu uuuuiy iwr mil muw iv sell luvi
premises belonging to the estate of!
suid deceased or so much of It as may
be iveded nr pay the debts of said de-i
ceased and described as follows, towlt:!
Situate In the county of Rock Island,
and the stale ot Illinois, described as j
The east half (H) of the northwest
quarter U) of section twenty-nine
l2M), township nineteen (IB), north,
range three (3) east of the 4th princi
pal meridian. Rock' Island county, Lll
1101s; Excepting that portion conveyed by
warranty deed dated Feb. 24, lsfs, by.
Elslo Ann Wiggins to Ovorge W. Mo-I
Murphy, filed for record May 2. 18.
recorded In Book 110 of Deeds, page'
200, conveying the following described,
real esiate: Beginning at a point be-i
ing the northeast corner of the north-1
east quarter of the north west? quarter 1
of Section number twenty-nine (29). In
1 lowiiaini' niiiriTicii 19 1 11 01 111, langa.
time (2), east of the 4th P. M . thence
running south two nunrred and ten
(210) feet; thence west ninety-nine (99 1
feot; theuce north two hundred ten
(21n) feet; thence east ninety-nine (99);
leet to the place of beginning, contain-'
ing one-half ( ' ) acre, more or less.
That portion conveyed by warranty ,
loed dated Feb. 24. 1898, by Henry O.
W iggins and Lizzie D. Wiggins, bis
wife, to George V. McMurphy, filed for
reuord May 2. 119S. and recorded in
Hook 110 of Deeds, page 259. conveying
the following described real estate:
Beginning at a point ninety-nine (99)
feet wesl from the nortiieast corner of
the northeast quarter of the northwest
quarter of section number twenty-nine
(-9) in township nineteen (19) north,
range three (3) east of the 4th P. M..
thence running south two hundred and;
ten (210) feet, thence west ninety-nine
(99) feet, thece north two hundred and
ten (210i feet, thence east ninety-nine
(991 feet to the place of beginning, con
taining one-half ( Mi ) acre, more or less.'
That portion conveyed by warranty
deed dated May 24, 189K, by B. A. W'lg
fclns to George W. McMurphy, filed for
record Sept. 20. 1905, and recorded In
Hook 127 of Deeds, page 4tS, conveying
the following desrribed real estate; Be
irinuing at a point two hundred and ten
(210) feet south from the northeast cor
ner of the northeast quarter of the
northwest quarter of section twenty
nine. In township nineteen (19) north,
range, three (J) east of the 4th P. M.,
thence running west one hundred and
nlnety-olght (9Ht feet, thence south
ten (10) feet, thence east one hundred
and ninety-eight fl98) feet, thence
north en (10) feet to the place of be-t-'ihhini?.
containing a fractional part
of an acre . That portion conveyed by
warranty deed dated Sept. 21, 1905, by
Msle A. Wiggins to Albert If. Huneke.
tiled for record Feb. 29. 190. recorded In
Hook 140 of Deeds, page 213. conveying
the followlhK described real estate: A
pl ce or parcel of land, commencing1
one hundred and ninety-eight (191 f'-f
west of the northeast corner of the
northwest quarter ( ) of section
twenty-nine (29), of tow-nshlp nine
teen (19) north, range three (3) east of
the 4th P. M. thence south two hun
dred and twenty 220) feet, thence east
one hundred and ninety-J'iht (198)
feet to the east line of said quarter
ectnn. thence south seventy-two (72)
feet and four inches (72 4-12) fet.
thence west two hundred and nlnety
eixrit t'iUHt feet, thence north two hun
dred ninetv-two feet and four Inches
(292 4-12 feet 1. thence easl one. hundred
1100) feet to the plate of beginning,
containing one (1) acre, more or less.
And that a summons has been Issued
out of haid cMirt against you. return
ahln at the September term, A. D. 1912.
of said court, to be holden on the sec-
nd day of September. A. D. 1912. at the
court house In Kock Island, lu Rock
Island county, Illinois.
Now. unless you. the Said Bessie Hick
son, shall personally be and appear be
fore said probate court of Rock Island
county, on the first day of a term there
of, to be l.olden at the court house in
Rock Inland, In said county, on the
t nf tinv
1 . ' " '
S an)4Wr or m"r to ,he com- j
In charged and stated -will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill.
Rock Island. 111., July 23. 1912.
JOHN E. FLEMING. Clerk.
Hugh E. Curtis, complainant's solici
HENRY OAET1I.IE Proprietor Chip
piannock nurry. Cut flowers mil
designs f all kinds. City store, loo;
Second avenue. Phone 1110.
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