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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1912.
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RJ3KE R1DDIS TODAY
WOULD A FLY SET MERVOVS
IP- vSHE sSAW P -SPIDER
Argus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of Its patrons
la various pans of the city. The Argus
nasi establish a eysiera of branch of
neesv. where mi hc-rt puous and want ad
vertising may be received and any In-f-rmilon
Wt that may pna'a u sny
department of the paper, sews or busi
ness. It is aiso planned fc have at each
ot those branch offlc-es every evening a
supply of ouplf-s of Tb Argus of the
day. so that any snbserlber who may
lsr failed under anv clrcomila.ii'e to
. r-Hve hla paper. will be supplied free
The Argus' chain of branch offices
includes the following:
J - J. Kipp's notion store, 4501 Fifth
IL- E. Rowe-s pharmacy, 4111 Four
KJess drag store. Twenty-seventh
street. Seventh avenue.
ITliemeyer's drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth street.
Je-orge A'. Mllibouse, confectionery.
M Fourth avenue.
Uri. Ixndn's notion store, Seventh
street. Fourteenth avenue.
Heixnbeck's pharmacy. 921. Third ave-
Roderl drug store. Thirtieth street:
and Fifth avenue.
Beventh avenue ,
and Tnlrty-elghth street.
olsun grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
flteiner drug store.
corner FlfU sr.-
sue and Twenty-third
rOR ItKXT HOTTHgrS.
FOK KENT Mdern seven-room house.
Inquire 101 Third avenue.
FOR KENT Modern home. 1100 Second
avenue. Apply Connelly 4t Connelly,
Peoples Hank building.
FOR IcKXT Eight-room house, mod-
ern In every reepi-cl, in good loca- '
tlon; rent 130. Address "United.'' 1
care Argua. ,
FOR RENT Seven-room house, with j
one arre (it round; good well, cis- I
- tern, r.nd barn. Inquire 101 Seven- j
teenth street. 1
FOR RENT Modern seven-room bouse. I
centrally located: modern flat and ,
modern rooms for light housekeep- i
inn. Call 1SV Third avenue, or west
FOR RENT Four-room fiat at 1702,
inira avenue. inquire Tremann's
FOR RENT Two five-room flats; Koes-
V r building, opposite Kork Island
naxseiiHer dopot. Phone sut 3KU-L.
FOR RENT fpstalrs flat of three
rooms, with gas ratige electric light.
water and sewer, wash kitchen, and
rent II 2.!
'0 per inontu.
Foil RE.M MIICELLavgODI.
FOR RENT Two office rooms, with all
modern conveniences suitable aa a
doctor's ortlce. Apply at L'llameyer's
drug store, 14 tlx teenth street.
FOR RENT Ofllie rooms, second floor,
at 1517 ei-CiKi avenue; front rooms;
oppoMte tie, posiorlV-e. half block
from court ho.i e Inquire in bulld
li. g, of Illlnolu oil company.
PKOI-'KIOS AL ATIORIEII.
J,v v.ioN. HI RST A bTAKKTiKIrAn
- iht)i-l-liw. OMit-e in Rock Island
Null., mil bank building
bh.AKI.lS 4k MARSHALL Lawyers
M i.ey to loan on ""1 real estate
. . uiuy Hm. 302 end 303 Hufety
building. Ho k lsiaitd. ill.
piouaie mid real estate law; ill peo- I
pit's liai.k building. Phone west IT.
WALK Eli 1M.1I1A11 6WEKKBY-Al-loii.--
muJ o-iiis-lor at law. Money
I i I--B i r-,il e.-iate. Rooms Joj- I
2-3. J'.'iple s National bank L.il.d ng I
Me KM H V M.EN1HY Attorneys at- ;
law. 1.4jaii money on good act-uril;,
make collections. Kelart-iices. Mitch- :
ell aV liile bankers. Ofllce, Mitchell'
w Lymie building. i
l.MT Fross do our paperliuuglng; 15 I
r-t lit a roll; all paper at t cent a,
ril and Up, 609 Twenty-fourth street.
- - - - .
FVKNAi'E rleaiilng and repairing,!
ehltiiiicy cleaned: II spent la elas- I
I:. a. $ xvr.l in fuel and worry. ii-:
IF YuU WANT te buy, sell, trade er
rent anything. si-Kane np or sec- are
a situation, the Ml and Journal is
in only paper In Moline that can tie
It tor ou. Msil and Journal wants
popular, and Jail aud Journal
viania bring ieuli . Ons tialf cent
per word 1 tiie prv to all alke.
rash In advance: two-cent stamps wlii
do. Kvei.n a ind Saturday Mall and
Journal, Mofliu;. Ill
4IWTHSITI r TITIjK.
AJir-TK ACT fctuUepTepaxeii eTaT
tuiucd to date covering any real es
tate in the iviuity . PiAuipt and ac
cuiate 5ervL-e at reaqyi uilUe roA.es.
Kock ls.a-i.d Tltiv & Abstract cuui
pany: J. J Ingrain, president; W..J.
ifHrui.i y, s- rcts-i . 2v--v. second
floor. Pe -p'.e's National bank build
n d Ro. k Island.
Mlt TU'l U (XfeTTKOLi U.
ous l.a.rs on face and arms perma
nent. y rcmovtd Willi one eo a.x
necxiWa. four to six hours' work In
one with s'.x netslU s. Adilri-ss Miss
A M VlLtri.lt Fiat 1 Anvil) FLeLS.
r.Ki' slrcwt. tiavciiport. c.i.u pnone
lZ6. Out uf town until Oct. 1.
IF ou want to begin or expand busi
ness, write ll.e Board of Trade, Wey
burn. feaskatche an. We want Indus,
tries, retailers and wholesalers. Eiec
trie: power, water, fuel, cheap. Build
ers with capital needed. Population
doubled this year.
SWEJIIMI MO KVOT.
6WKDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eln
arsen. giadjated Swedish mssseuse,
fives treatment in private homes,
hone wrst HJ-L. .Address 618 Thir-ty-r.lr.th
11 HEDRICR General auctioneer All
kinds of merchandise and bouse hold
gods auctioned at your house. Mm
Uenc-e. Ullj Twentieth street. Phone
TRIO LODGE. NO C7. A. F A A. M .
7i Meets In staled communication
""jf the first Thursday of each
mor.;h. s-'pecUl meeting Thurs
day. A :g. 2. at 7.30 p. m.. for work
on M. M (lifrtf. Refreshments, Vls
lllr.g br. thrn rord:ai!y welcomed at
all f.ieiinirs By uriier of ""ariton It.
T-iiiir. W. i.: William B. PeiuL sec-1
rOR UTT ROOMS.
FOR RETT I-'rht hovwkKpingroomi;
117 Sixteenth itmt.
FOR RSXT FTiruised rooms, modern,
1411 Second inau.
FOR RKTT Furruehd room for light i
housekeeping at 307 Third street.
FOR RETT Nlreiy fumishd room for
(entKimn only, at 1I7 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern f-irnlshad room,
with t-am heat, at Third ie-
r.u, fiat 4.
'for v. rrvr Mod- n
i housekeeping. Call
FOR REST Furnished room, -with all
modern conveniences, at 76S Seveo
FOR RFNT Two modern front rooms
fir light housekeeping at 1620
FOR RENT One modern furnished
room, with family of two. at 1111
FOR RENT Furnished room In strict-
l.v modern home; rent reasonable; at ;
vr. - a DrVr vii. ., i.k- !
i..-.. . ..... - . '7 i, u.-.,.-,. ' " " -
room .with all modern conveniences. I
at .32 Seventeenth street.
(FOR RENT Furnished room for t wo 1
gentlemen with board If desired at !
Twenty-fourth street. ,
r-T Ts-r ir- i.i ,
FOR RENT Four furnished rooms for
light housekeeping: also barn If de
sired; at 2508 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, with bath. use of
phone; at 2312 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, suitable for two; 711 Twenty
r.lntn street. Phone west 1S.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light hnnsekaeplng; references; at
725 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, gas,
bath .hot water heat, etc Opposite
court house; 217 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room;
quiet location; four blocks from busi
ness district: 711 Eighteenth street.
FOR RENT Two or three modern fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping
at 11U5 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOR RENT Two or three nicely fur
nished modern rooms for light house
keeping; use of phone; 1134 Third
FOR RENT Furnished large front
room, strictly modern, suitable fur i
two, use or pnone ana Data, at bss
FOH rent Three or four unfurnished
rum.. up.,talrs. with bath; also large
furnished fr-int room .downstairs.
quire 82 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Modern neatly furnished
room In private family of two, suita
ble for one gentleman, at 1216 Tulrd
avenue. Phone west 1223-X.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
front rooms, with si! modern conven
iences. In private family; gentlemen
preferred; at 22uO Sixth avenue.
FOK RENT Modern furnished rooms,
shove Haurrsfeld Steam laundry.
1S141 Tnlrd avenue. Call between lo
a. m. and 1:30 p. m. and 5:20 to 6:30.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room In
quiet neighborhood, suitable for gen
tleman: on car line; use of plione. at
!JH Herond avenue. Phone west 1219-1
K'lt KENT Four furnished or unfur
nlalitrt rooms for light housekeeping;
li"ue all modern; laun-lry privileges.
Inquire 1113 Fourteeutn-snd-a-half
FO KENT i-arge. comfortable, all
niooern ro.iii : private nonie; good, j
quiet iieighbcriic od; cool and snad ;
no cui.dten in house. Apply 9 i
Twenty-seeond elrel Phone wi-st i
FOK KKNT--Furnished rooms for light
houHckrt'iiii it: all modern and r.elv !
pa pried; funiaie haat. ga. phone, I
and laundry privileges; at 271S Fifth;
ANTED Sept. 1. a five or six-room
fttlle Cull wext ltila-V
n AM hi) Jo rent, small house or flat.
Addn.-k "T. H.," tare Argus. 11. one i
i.ui in eivi-u
WANTED To exchange, storage
us: of plajio. rteponaible pally.
B ." cart Aik'i.
WANTEJ To rent, two or three fur-
J mailed rooms for light liouseke ping .
"E. t G.,'' care Argus.
, WANTED By 15-year-old girl, a good
i home with privilege of attanelng
scucsl. Addreas "E. J.,'' care Argus.
, WANTEJ Ki.j ill -bed house or three
i furcisl.ea rooms. oJ once, by young
coup.e. Aedros "B. T ," care Argui.
WANTED La e ciutaJnFto la and or;
wcirk receives careful attention. Mrs.
Master. 260 OieveiiUi avenue. Phone
WAKl'avD One or two unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Call at '
72 Fourteeuth-icnd-a-half street or I
phone west S55-X. j
WANTED The sddr.-ss of Jay B. Fish
er who lt-.'d iTt HOfk Tl.-t..1 .-Oimle-I
in lTi. Write tm M. Brewster, at
torney. mistoro. Ho.
WANTfcD Old Indian relics, arrow
heads, tomahawks, pipes, and old
t.me revolvers. Address Edward
Knodle. Hagerftown. Md
-By gentleman, a furnished
it isr from Safety buildum:
12 a ee;k. nd ofter t y Saturday io
I Poholle. general delivery. Chicsigo.
111.. P. O. Dearborn and Jackson.
WANTED To rent. Oct. 15 or Nov. 1.
by responsible person without chil
dren, an eight-room famished houi-e;
m-ist be tTKW'ni nrul In best location.
Address R. S. M ," care Argus.
WANTED By Sept. 21. between Fif
teenth ar.d Twenty-third streets.
norm 01 cf vr.ui avenue, a modern 1
ftimished room, with board, by two 1
ladies employed; private rami.;.- pre
ferred. Address "Room and Board.'
WANTED To buy. new and second
hand goods, stoves, furniture, carpets,
etc., aiso cast-off elotnina-. hats,
hoes, etc.: I pay highest prrevs; will
buy. sell or trade anything of value
S. Fryer's 8eend Hand store, lisi
Second avenue. Phone west 247.
WIIJ, pay for services In obtaining
genuine signatures of registered Illi
nois voters on our woman suffrage
public p"lW-y petition, at the rata of
$1 a hundred signatures, until 21.000
additional names are secured prior to
ert- 1. 1S12. Send for r--'mors and
literature to Catharine Waugu Mc
Cr.lloch. SIS Fine Arts building. Chi
cago. EXPRESS 1.1D aTORAGS.
RKU ABLE STORAGE On flret Boor:
koi; covers, etc. Tents for rent;
alj 17'anuf j.-mrr of awnings, tents.
P.oeseler 4t Co, $cj Fifleeaw street.
WAWTfTt 1 HELP.
WANTED A young man at 8eile Bros,
130 Fourth avenue.
TVAXTED Ten boys to learn trad la
candy factory, W. L. Gensert. city.
WANTED Boys at the Rock Island
S.isn and I.oor works; must be In
yarn olJ or over.
WANTED Men. Apply at shop on Mill j
nrL sieaay worn. itoca: - isiana
Bridge & Iron works.
WANTED Ten salesmen to do road
work. Apply at once. V. S. Reading,
1523 Second avenue, city.
WANTED Polishers and buffers: Rock
Island Manufacturing company. Four
teenth avenue and Second street.
WANTED Two young men about IS
years of age. to work In shop. Apply
Hook Inland Brewing company, 3146
WANTED Tinners for shop, and good
general mechanics, to Install plants in
Illinois. Indiana and Ohio. Smith Sys
tem Heating company, 1410 First av
enue, Rock Island.
w.VNTKn - A young man to sell roods
vv ani t.u (loot engineer foa constnic
l'otl wor cn new hulldlng on Fifth !
lion work on new bulldlnff
aveniiM hMvwn inriMnth and miy-
avenue between Fifteenth i
teenth streets, Molina. Henry
ac rr vt vf .
Fifth avenue and Fortiel
be over 16.
WANTED 100 steady men. for all winter
work: men who are looking for a
good Ion. with top-notch wages. In
quire TH-Cltv Business Exchange,
614 Best building, or phone west 1026.
WANTED Deputies to represent the
Yeomen of America in Rock Island
and Mo".1ne; splendid opportunity for
a hustler. Address E. L. Kelly, dis
trict mansger, 249 East Main street,
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; few weeks completes; tools
given: wages while learning; you can
Jf1n us with the assurance that you
will succeed: apply from country or
city. Moler Barber college. Chicago,
WAXITET TOf AI.R HKLP.
Our new factory Is now open and
ready, tor business. We have "the
cleanest, most sanitary and most mod
ern equipped corset factory in tlie
country. Positions can be had In all
departments. The work is clean and
desirable and steady employment
guaranteed to all good operators.
Competent instructors will teach you
without charge. Apply Superintend
ent's office, third floor. Kalamaroo Cor
set company, Davenport division, So.
933 "Weft Fourth street-
WANTUD A reliable woman to do
cleaning; 12'i5 Twelfth street.
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework; 1 r, 2 4 Ninth avenue.
WANTED An experienced lieusemald
at SO Twentieth rtreet. good wages.
WANTED Woman to clean offices and
room. Address ' R. L.." care
WANTED Ofrl to do general hoitse-
work; s:r:i family. Apply at 1S07
W A NT H I Younir l:idy to work in Ice
r-am parlor at 824 Twentieth street,
Phono west 17o5.
i WANTED Woman to do general house
work: no washing or ironitiK. Inquire
WANTED Competent (white) laun
dress on Saturday of each week at
Mi Nineteenth street.
WANTED Seamstress for alteration
- , room. Apply people's store. 524 Flf
for teenth strec t. Mollne. 111.
.lbli ) linn; lady to do offii-e
work Ap;.ly Pe .pl- s store 521 Fif
teenth s-tn i t. Molme, H!.
rul ho i' - i
rnp'lent girl to do gen-.--rk
Inquire 1010 Flf
t. Phone llSSi-L
WANTED An experienced girl to do
general h-ois-work lu family of three
grown pirsons: ?ood wages; no wash
ing: at li.' IS Nineteenth street. Phone
WANTED Young lly employed de
sire to work ror room and beard as
part yn ent ; ood references. Phone
WANTED Girl to assist with kitchen
w.-rk: ore who can tro home clfrhts
l-refei red. Apply 2225 Seventh ave
ivie rhone west 1797.
WANTED Oi:e woman In ea-h county
who .lesires employment ft) h-ime
town: $15 per week; be Independent
and self-supporting. D. . B M'-Curdv
company. C"mo building, Chicago, p.i.
WANTED Ambitious, competent your.g
lady, -with some knowledge of ty-pe-wrltir.fr
and bookkei ptna. for office
wi 'k in b",k st-ire urd e-nergency
citrkinir E: C. Vaile, Jr. 1719 Sec
WiNTED MAI IB OR FEMALE.
WANTED Clerks in grocery store;
ladies and Kenllemen: state experi
ence ar.d salary: must have refer
ences. Address "F. A. H.." care Ar-
WANTF-D Tou to earn $10 weekly ad
dressing postcards at home. Bunch of
cards and particulars, 10 cents. G.
W. K'eer.n. Jl Monroe avenue. Grand
HENRY GAETnjE Proprietor Ch!p
pianr.ock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kir.ds. City store. 1607
Second trelhie. Phone 1110.
: X. --J..:
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
ard claims collected. William M.
Waiker. .ewyer. 111 People's bank
butting. Pbane 349.
(The Best Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE, LIGHTNINei A NO WIND
STOsUI IXtyL M.ANC&.
Office. 172s Tbiro T-n.. Rt'es rea
soua&ia ROCK Irtl.AND. ILL,
fob sale crrr FHoraiTT.
FOR SALS! A modern house in choice
location. Call 1205 Fourteenth street.
FOR SAI.B At a sacrifice, a new six
room all modern house, on account of
party leaving city, at 1149 Twelfth
FOR SALE New five-room cottage,
with water and sewer; price $1,650.
Inquire top of hill on Tower road.
FOR SALE At a bargain, store, with
flat above, located at 1736 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Lota In Island View Heights
addition; finest In the city; ask for
prices and terms. C. S. McDanlel, 601
Safety building. Rock Island.
FOR SALE1 Two east front lots and
small house on Twenty-fifth street
prices reasonable. Inquire at 1514
Twenty-fifth street. Hock Island.
FOR SALE Eight-room modern house,
half block from two car lines, at
2828 Fifth-and-a-half avenue. In
quire at 282S Fifth-and-a-half ave
nue. FOR SALE Lots In Scheuermann's fifth
addition, Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue- payments 15 per mouth.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old phone
FOR SALE I offer my home, 1110
Twenty-first street: eight-room mod
ern house; finest residence portion of
H. A. Weld.
FOR SALE Beven-room houne. with
i'rt acres of ground, with well and
cistern; located one block from car
line; will sacrifice if sold before Sent. !
80. Address "S. a. S.," care Argus.
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance In five
years. E. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street, Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE Fine suburban property,
two acres, near city; best facilities;
10-room house, good outbuildings,
fine water, fine drainage, fruit and
garden; best reason for selling.
Phone west 507-L. A. F. Schmid.
FOR SALE At a -Bargain if taken at
once, a modern eight-room house,
centrally located and near all car
lines; hot water heat, gas, electrio
light; lot 60x140. For particulars ad
dress "Y.," care Argus, or call west
FOR SALE; LA5DS.
FOK SALE Five-acre truck farm in
South Rock Island. J. B. Ellis, Ninth
street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Eighty acres of improved
land, two miles northwest of Taylor
Ridge. Inquire on premises for terms.
FOR 6 ALE 112 acres timber and pas
ture land, 4 tj miles west of Milan.
See Reidy Bros., room 4. State Bank
FOR SALE Eighty-acre farm, near
Milan, known as the Brodrich farm.
Call on Reidy Bros, for particulars;
room 4, Slate Bank bclldlng. .
FOR 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, 'wo miles n-rth and one
half mile west of Taylor KUlge; good
improvements. Address Mrs. Martha
McAfee, 410 Thirteenth n venue.
FOR SALE Southurn central Minneso
ta farm lands, on easy terms, at 5 to
6 per cent interest, where. tu crops
are the best and tevery available con
venience established in the good old
SeltleO county of Watonwan, enly a
tew mile north of tiie Iowa lino. We
have improved farms ranging in size
from 40 to 640 acres, at prices from
$60 lo $100 per acre, according to lay,
location from lo:i, ana improve
ments; the soil Is a deep bla-.-k loam
with yellow clay sub-soil. Write ua
for price lists and outline what you
want in general, and state the amount
you care to lavest In first letter and
you will receive a reliable reply. The
fcor.nesys Land coinpasy. Su Janies.
FOR SALK A few bargains in good
Cedar county farms: No. 1 160 acres,
Zl miles from town; tine soil, excel
lent Improve merits; all hog tight;
price tlii. No. 2 VZ1 ajnes, 2 milts
from town; best '( soli, but of im
provements; l.s'ie rods of woven
wire fence; price $1!0. No. 3
1 4 acres. 8 14 nules from town; level,
black soil, perfectly tiled; good im
provements; i.iK tignt; price $13u.
No. 4 3 Si acres, 'i't miles from town,
all Uled. bust of soil, good Improve
ments, ail hog tight; price till Sept.
15. fli. No. 5 123 acres; fine lillie
farm, fine improvements, good soil,
Z? mill from town; price $130.
Come and see us. or write for full
description . J. E. Morton, Tlptou,
State of Illinois, Rock Inland Coun
ty es :
In the Circuit Court of said county.
To the -September term. A. D. 1912. In
Chancery. Chancery Bill "for Relief.
General No. KiiOt.
.eorge A. Lyon, trustee n bankrupt- j Qt said county, notice Is therefore here
of tins estate of Josiah L. Robinson. oy given to the said uun-ieildent de-
complainant, vs. Jostah Robinson,
Ada Stone rtoblnson, Fred J. Kraft, Mu -
tua! -vyr-ecd company, a corporanon. L. 1 chancery side thereof, on the 17th day
G. Willis, trusted m bankruptcy of the i 0? August, 1S12. tnd that thereupon a
estate of the Ronson.-Sjliler company, j summons issued out Of said court,
a corporation; W lU.am E Iry. trustee j wherein said suit U now pending, re
in bankruptcy of the Kotunson Manu- turnable on the third Monday in the
facturing company, a corporation; I moritn cf September next, as is by law
Frank H. Keys. Cary R. Crawford, and required
George McMastcr. defendants j ow UI1icas y0ij, the said non-resident
T' VJ6 t.-8 ,n,'rr'' T. Penlants. j defendants above named. Qjlnn Manu-
Frank H. Keys and Cary U ..Crawford: i facturlng company, a corporation;
Notice is lifreny given to you andKV,tern eipe-jalty company, a corpora
each of you. that tne a..ove named com- i ,!., aIid j.-ri.d Werner.tln. Jr.. trustee,
pla-rnant hasJV''di,In,?a' ourt- ,n srUd , sLaii personally appear before said clr
cause, an affidavit that you are non-; u t lh,; f , d tu t
he has also filed In said court, in said
cause, a second amended bill of com-
plaint against all tne original parties
to said cause, and as his second swpi.le
memtal bill thereto, bringing as new
parties defendant in said cause, you. the
said Frank H. Keys ayid Cary R. Craw
ford ar.d said George McMaster. That
a summons in chancery has been issued
in said cause by the clerk of said court
arsunst you. said Frank H. Keys and
Cary R. Crawford, defendants, drrerted
to the sheriff of said county of Rock
Island, to execute, returnable to the
next term cf said court, to be begun and
holden at the court house in the city of
P.ock Island, in said county, on the third
Mondav of September, 1S12. at wtrich
time aiid place you and each of yon will
appear and plead, answer rr demur to
said amended bill of complaint.
Dated at Rock Island, 111., this 24th
day of July, tt2
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Said Court.
JJowersock, Hall A Hook; Jackson,
& Stafford, solicitors for corn-
. . ...
CONTRACTOR! AND BIII.DER9.
CONTRACT-- RS AND
Manufacturers of Sash. Doors, Blinds
asd Stairs. Interior finleb of all kinds
Hardwood Veneer Florring and deal
ers ir. Glass. 311 r.d 3,1 L.gr.;enth
-M DCKU. A Jl ROC S.
FOR SALE; Parrot at 1702 ft Third ave
nue. FOR SALEl Folding
FOR SALE Household goods at 2420
WANTED A heavy work horse at E.
B. McKown's coal office, 1401 second
FOR SALE An eleotrio oar In fine con
dition, cheap if taken at once. Phone
FOR SALE Cheap, stock In Reynolds
Pattern St Machine company. Phone
FOR SALE Elegant sideboard, dining
table, and other household fur
niture; 1128 Second avenue.
FOR SALE A gas range In first class
condition, cheap if taken at once; 624
Forty-third strseL Phone west 1710-X.
FOR SALE First class upright piano;
will sell at a bargain if taken
at ones. Inquire "Piano," care Argus.
FOR SALE Cheap, an upright piano,
but little used; walnut case. Inquire
at Robb's Exprees, 216 Seventeenth
FOR SALE Five-passenger, 40-horse
power Midland auto, in good repair.
Inquire Thirteenth avenue. Thirtieth
FOR SALE Cheap, pleasure launch, 23
feet long, 6-foot beam, h-horse power
engine . For particulars address Box
458, Rock Island, or Inquire on ferry
FOR SALE Cheap, If taken at onoe.
on Moon tourlntf car, live-passenger.
iu-uie yunci , (;ouu a n nrzw. ciiuiiv
west 1214, or call at 119 Twentieth
FOR SALE; Rubber tired buggy and
single harness; also double couch. 33
pounds of goose feathers, and folding
go-cart. Inquire 1230 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR SALE Small team of horses, rub
ber tired buggy, and single harness;
also upright piano, almost new. Tri
City Business Exchange. 514 Best
building. Phone west lu36.
FOR BALE 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. 1800.
This whole lot can now be bought on
easy payments for $275. Come and
look at this dandy bargain. Phone
west 177. or oall at 304 Best build
lost and romm.
LOST Lady's tan silk coat, on Watch
Tower car, Wednesday evening, Aug.
21. Liberal reward for return to Ar
gus office, or phone west 1391-K.
LOST A brown and white (female)
dog, slit In one ear, bobtail; answers
to name of Nellie. Finder return to
Charles Nelson, 608 Webb street. South
LOST Monday, between Ninth avenue
and Thirtieth street, or Thirty-second
street and Fifteenth avenue, a brooch.
Finder please call west 1237-K. Will
LOST In front of Sexton's clothing
store, a band satchel containing a
clock, pocket book and bsnk book.
Return to 3112 Fifth avenue and re
LOUT Between Twentieth street and
Fifth avenue and Thirty-first street,
a small red leather purse containing
money. Reward for Its return to 823
Twentieth street. Boulevard grdnery.
LOHT A watch fob, gold Initial mono
gram charm, Mondsy evening, either
on arsenal car or on Second avenue,
between Twentieth and Fifteenth
streets. Reward if left at The Argus
UASOI.IMI0 TANKS AMU PUMPS.
BOWSER underground outfits from $20
and up (800,000 In use). If. M. King,
atrent, 1511'-, Third avenue, Rock la
lend, 111. Phone west KoSl. N. B.
Bury yeur gasolines It's safer.
EGYPTIAN PALMIST, 1119 West Third
street, l'aveiipurt, lowal tells past,
present and future; ttives auvice 011
all affairs of life; satisfaction guar
Jkotic-e of PuJUtlvattaa.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. September
term. A. D. 1H12. In Chancery.
I J.auretta Slattery, i:omjilair.ant, vs. Ja
: senh J. (irons, l-'rony F. Gross. John Ko
linsky, Qulnu Manufacturing company, a
corporation; Western Specialty com
pany, a corporation; Fred Wernentin,
Jr., trustcsc, and Noruiaa S. Johnson,
Affidavit of non-residence of the above
named Qulnn Manufawturlng ciorapany, a
corporation; Wtsteru Spc-ciailjr com
pany, a corporation, and Fred Wernen
tin, Jr.. trustee, impleaded with the
at 6ve defendants, JoiCpcj J. Gross,
Brony F. Grosj. Joun Loooaky and
Norman S. Johi-.sou', having been filed
u the clerk s oiCi-e 01 the circuit court
! feudants that the ctiiliplalnant flltd ht-r
i bill of complaint fa said court, on the
terra thereof, to be liolden at Rock Is
land, in and for the said county, on the
third Monday in September next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant s Mil of complaint, the same
land the matters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill.
GEOP.GE W. & AMBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Auir. 17. 1912.
Marlon It- Sweeney, complainant's so
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. I 'hones west 22. and
new 5 If 2. Otace at court house.
BENNETTS Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glass;
real estate and loans. Second Coor,
Fsfetv building" Office phone, west
996 Residence phone 726-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND TOTJ Executors' ad
ministrators guardians', trustees' or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodges and
society ofneerw; city, stale or U. S.
government ofS-fals, contractors, po
sitions o ftrcst; in fart, any kind of
bond you want (except ball fconds).
Terms reisonable Hayes & Cieave
land, resident managers. Fidelity dt
Deposit company of Maryland.
ne-g all the time The
KaUee of Publication.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the f?treuit faurt Sentember term.
1912. In Chancery. t
Albert E. Shogren. Joseph E. Shogren, ;
Peter N. ohogreit, Esther N. Carisou and
Helen C. bnocren. complainants, vs. i
Earl H. Lunugren. Evoiu Lundgren, ',
Clair Lundgreu. Oftoar Lunugren, a nil
Central Trust Savings Bank of Ruck
Island. 111., defendants.
Affidavit of non-reaidenoa of Earl H.
Lundgren. Evelyn Lundgren. Clair
Lunugren and Oscar Lundgren, implead-
Trust At Savings Bank of Rock Island,
111., having been filed in the clerk's of- '
tite of the circ uit court ot said county,
notice is therefore hereby given to the i
MUU IIUQ'IVVIUCIH W.ltl.UlLb tltr,L Vita
complainants filed their bill of com- j
plaint In said court, on the chancery ;
side thereof, on the 25th day of July.
11Z, ana mat tnereupon a summons in
chancery was Issued out of siutf court .
in said suit against you, the said non
resident defendants, directed to the !
sheriff of said Rock Island county to ;
execute, returnable to the next Septem- !
ber term. 1912, of said circuit court.
Now, unless you. the said non-resident 1
defendants above named. Earl II. Lund
gren. Evelyn Lundgren. Clair Lundgren j
nd Oscar Lundgren. shall personally be !
and appear before aaid circuit court, on
the first day of the next term thereof, to
be liolden at Rock Island in and for 1
said county, on the third Monday in I
September next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the matters ;
and things therein charged and stated ,
will be taken as confessed, and a de- :
cree entered against you according to !
the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk. I
Rock Island. 111.. A up. 15. 1912.
Jackson. Hurst &. Stafford, complain- 1
ants' solicitors. j
Publication Notice. j
State of Illinois, County of Rock Is- ,
land ss: j
Circuit Court of Rock Island County, i
September term. A. D. 1912.
F. H. First vs. Jesse Baldwin, Dora I
Baldwin. In attachment. 1
Public notice Is hereby given to the
said Jesse Baldwin and Dora Baldwin,
that a writ of attachment issued out of
the office of the clerk of the circuit I
court of Rock Island county, dated the I
6th day of August, A. D. 1U12, at the
suit of the said F. H. First and against I
the estate of the said Jesse Baldwin and
Dora Baldwin, for the sum of one hun-
dred ninety-five dollars, directed to the i
sheriff of said Hock Island county,;
which said writ has been returned ex
ecutes!. Now. therefore, unless you, the Bald
Jesse Baldwin and Dora Baldwin, shall :
personally be and appear before the
said circuit court of Rock Island coun
ty, on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at the court house
In the city of Rock Island, in said
county, on the 16th day of September,
A. D. 1912. give special ball and plead
to the said plaintiff's action. Judgment
will be entered against you, and In fa
vor of the said F. H. First, and so
much of the property attached as may
be sumclent to satlsry tne saiu juag
ment and costs will be sold to satisfy
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Clarence J. Schroeder. plaintlc' at
torney. Aug. 7. A. D 1911.
Notice of Publication.
State of IlllniAa, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. January term,
A. D. 1912. In Chancery.
Cora Moore vs. Albert Moore.
Affidavit of non-residence of the
above named defendant having been
nied in the clerk's .offlee of the circuit
court of said county, notice Is therefore
hereby given to the said non-resident
dafundant that the complainant filed
her bill of complaint In said court, on
tlia chancery side thereof, on the 29th
day of Novemher, A. D. 1911, and that
thereupon a summons Issued out of
said court, wherein said suit is now
pending, returnable on the first Monday
In the month of January, A. D, 1U12
next, as is by law required, and also an
alias summons returnable on the third
Monday of September, A. D. 1911.
Now, unloss you, the said non-resident
defendant above named, shall per
sonally be and appear before said cir
cuit court, on the hist day of the next
term thereof, to be holdun at Rock 1s
iur.ii, in and for said county, on the
suid third Monday of September next.
and ph-sd, answer er dniuur to the said
complainant a bill of complaint, the
same and ttie matters and tilings charg
ed tin rein will be taken as confessed,
and .a dncreo entered against you ac
cording to the prayer of said bill.
GEOFiQH W. GAMBLE), Clerk.
Rock Island, 111., An. 12, 1913.
Adair Pleasants, complainant's solio-
Notice of Fiaal Settlement.
Estate of Timothy Reseller, deceased.
Publis notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, J. D. Buechcr, admiiiistiator
of the estate of Timothy Heecner. ile
ccastii. has this day tiled his hnal re
port and tteltlernent aa such lu the pro
bate court of Rock island county, and
hearing on said report lias been set lor
he pi. 4, 1912, at 9 o'clock a. 111., .it witluii
tune parsons interested may appear and
make objections thereto, and if no eh-
jw.H.ons Arc flic), said report will be ap
proved ai thai l.nirt, and the undersign
ed will ask for an ord r of distribution,
and will also ask to be discharged.
Ruck Island. 1(1.. Aug. s. 1912.
J. D. BME.'l'iUK. Administrator.
James W. Maucker, attorney.
Notice ef I-'laat kettlciueat.
of Htverdy E. lglehart.
Public notice is hereby given that
the --undersigned. Rali,ii iKienart, ad- i
minislratr of said estate, has Inii day '
filed Lis final report and he:; H ...-Ml as'
such in tiie probate court of Rock Is- !
land county, and hearing on said report !
iiaM been set for Sep.'. i. 1913, at 9 ;
o'clock a. m.. at which fime persons in- 1
I terested may appear and tnnke objee- I
j tions thereto, and if no objections are
filed, said report will be- approved at
that time, and the unncrsisned will ask
fo ran order of distribution, and v. 1.1 :
al?o ask to be 1ih. tarred. I
Rock Island. 111.. Aug. 12. 1912
RALPH IfiLEllART, j
The real er.tali
fered Kii.ce the 29th day of July.. A D.
li:. at private yaie. by E. E Lawyer,
trustee, fit now effertd at publie sale to
tii h gnest and beft bidder for cash,
and noll'-e Is therefore l.erfcby given
that on Saturday. cpt. 7, at the tour
of 2 o'clock p. to., I. trie undersigned, will
offer for sale, ar.d veil at the premises to
be sold, Uie P.llowmg described real
estate, to-wlt: The south (4 feet of the
west 142 feet of O'Jilot 10, with the
brick tenement hous thereon; al.-ro tli
north 4 feet of the west 143 feet of
said outlot id. wltl frame dwelling
therein; alio the north 47 lent of the
east 142 fc-n of said ontiot 10, with mod
ern brick d-'7ejttng thereon, all situated
In the east half of the sonttieast quar
ter of section thirty-five, f-rwanhip eigh
teen north, rar.sr two west of the fourta
prinrpal meridian, according to asses-sc-rs
plat of A. D. 1364.
,E. E. LAWYLMi. Trustee.
1702 Second avenue. Bock Island, liL x
W. C. Allen and Robert R. Keyuolds,
attorneys for trustee,' -
for a whole lot of decep- t
tive circulars and mis
etatements 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 SATE LOAN CO.
304 Best Bldg.
Rock- Island, 111
Phone W. 177
Estate of Charles otrupp. deceased,
j The undersigned having been ap-
fiolnted executrix of the lust will and
, cstament of Charles Strupp, late of
i the county of P.ock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
I that she will appear before the probate
, court of Rock Island county, at the pro
I bate court room. In- the olty of Rock
Island, at the September term, on the
first Monday In September next, at
' which time all persons having claims
j against said estate are notified and ru
aueated to attend for the oumoaA of
having the same adjusted. All persona
Indebted to said estate are requested tu
make Immediate payment to the un
dersigned. Dated this 19th day of July, A. D.
1912. MARTHA A. BECK.
Walker, Ingram & Sweeney, attor
neys. Executor's Notice.
Estate of George Bennett, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of George Bennett, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before the Hon. Benja- 1
min Bell, Judge of the probate court of;
Rock Island county, at the probate court j
room. In the city of Rook Island, at the
October. 1912. term, on the Ilrst Monday
in October next, at which time all per- 1
sons having claims airalnst said estate 1
are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust- '
ed. All persons indebted to said estate '
are reciuested to make immediate pay- !
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this 21st day of August, A. D. 1
1912. MART E. BENNETT.
Connelly Si Connelly, attorneys at :
law. Rock Island. Ill- I
are moderate our work is
satisfactory. Bring In the
things you want made new or
the garment that has been soil-,
ed or ruined.
Cleaning, rrsailng. repairing.
Telephone West 317.
YE TOG SHOP!
G. E. BASER
1807 Second Avenue,
Cement fillings ... ...
Geld fillings .........
Mitchell I Lycis Buildia
over fitale liack.
I'tli Ht. and li.l Ae.
1 rrtEr!!&vFixr?rma:?WJii m.
the late Joseph
rli has been or-
5 0c I
$5 up f