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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2d, 1912.
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PRIZE RIDDLE TODAY
COULD YOU PLW
THE- HORf) IN
V WHO? rV,
Argus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of Its patrons
In various parts of the c!tv. The Argus
has established a system of brunch of
fices wr.ere subscriptions and want ad
vertising may be received and any In-
lormation left that may perta.n to any j
department of the paper, news or busl- I
reus it in also planned to l.ave at each :
of these, branch offices everv evening; a
supply of copies of Th Argus of tea
day. in ll.it any subsTiber who may!
nave junra i.nier any r.rcumstanees to
receive r..s paper, will be supplied frea
Tha Argus' chain of branch oScii
Includes tr.a following:
J. J. Klpp's notion (tor. 4I0S Fifth
H. E. Rowa'a pharmacy. 4111 Four
Rless' drug stors, Twenty-seventh
treet. Seventh avenue.
Ullemeyera drug stora, Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth street.
George W. Mllihouse. confectionery,
tOt Fourth avenue.
Mrs. Ixndon'j notion store. Seventh
treet. Fourteenth avenue
Heimbeck's pharmacy, 22 Third ave
nue Sengers grocery, I2S Eleventh
Rodort drug store. Thirtieth street
and Fifth avenue.
College pharmacy. Seventh avenue
and Thirty-eighth street.
Olson grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Btalner drug- store, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street.
FOR RESIT HOCill
FOR RENT Modern seven-room houe.
Inquire i01 Tr.lrd avenue.
FOR RENT Modern home. 1201 Second
avenue. Apply Cor.neliy & Conr.eliy,
People s Hank building.
FOR RENT Modern house at 2420
Klgl.tli-and-a-half avenue. rnt Jj3
a month. Inquire 132 Twenty-n: th
FOR RENT Eight-room house, mod
ern In every respect. In good loca
tion; rent 130. Address United.''
FOR RENT Sever.-room house, with
one acre of ground; good well, cis
tern, and barn. Inquire 11)03 Seven
roK RENT Ixwer half of 281 Flfth-and-a-half
avenue, five room, water,
sewer, and gas for rooking. Inquire
2S32 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern seven-room houe.
ce.ntrs.ily located; modern flat and
modern rooms for lluht hou-keep-ln.
Call slti's Third avei.ue, or west
run Kt-T CT-ATSk
FOR RENT Two five-room flats; KoeS
tr bullillng. opposite Koi k ialund
iaesTiKr depot. Phone west Sld-L.
FOR RENT Fpstalrs flat of three
rooms, with gas range, electric light,
water and si-wer. wnMi kitchen, and
use of phone; rent 112 5'J per month.
AddresH "W. I Z'k" care Argus.
PUR HK.SJT ROOMS.
FOR RENT- Light h'
217 Xisteenth stre-:
im keeping rooms;
ltil 1 a He,-,
1,(1 v I '
'1 rooms, modern.
Foil RENT Furnifh
hone, keeping at .1"!
d ro .in f..r lluht
FOR KENT - Nlcclv fornishfd room for
XT, tlemaii only, lit 1SJ7 Sixth avenue.
Fi "P. KENT -with
r f tn
nue. flat 4.
- .M-dern f 1 1 t nls'.. 1
heat, .it is;,-, Thli.
1 it ve
il ,U HUNT M
hell sc k ee(. lift.
' Twi n.
Ft It KFNT- -M'Mern
with ( utthout lm:
fei th street.
FOR KENT Furnished rooms, w'th all
modern conveniences, st 70s Seven
For m:T--Twn modern fro';t rooms
f-r !l!.t t-.oiis, kei'j lng a' l:j"',v
I- "lir1 h til ep.i.e.
I ok RJ-'NT One modern f irnlsv ed
ronm. with f.ittillv of f.vo, si 1113
Foil KENT Furnished room In stMef
lv mo,1.'n h':t'e rent re,,s-,n;i no , at
7' 4 S i te.ntli etreet.
"R KFNT - Nl .lv fiirnN'.ed
I 'ooi i;h all ni'dern conven.
nt "2 Keveiifernth street
: '' T er;f
F 'It RFNT
s.rtd. at 2:
-Furnished room for two
w,i'-. boaid If desired at t
-fourth street j
Four furnished rr"nm f-tr
Ke,nu. i,ls. bar, i if de
,es Fifth avenue.
For KFNT Modem furnished front
room, suitable for two. 711 'lwenty
i Inih street. Phone west lSuV
Foil RFNT Two furn'shed rooms for !
IlKht t.ocsekeepli.K . refef'ees; l.
7S Foirfeti' b -and -n -ha 1 f strut
For HINT Furnished rooms a-ua, ,
hath .not water heat. etc. opposite i
curt louse, ill FUuerUh sU'iit. 1
1 lie" I", M'l'.r
s ,; ist ri-'t ;
Modern furnist.rd room;
. four blocks from busi
71S Eighteenth street.
F' 'U l.i:T Two or three
t , : on.s for Iig. t h
.t". 11"". FourtrctUh-Mhd-A
IS. ke' l!,g
oil RFNT -Two or three nicely fur- j
r.'.at f-.l modern, rooms :,r light hi'tise- '
keeping; use of phone, 1134 Third
s en ! i
FOR KENT Furnished
room, strictly modern,
tmo. uss of (hone and
large front J
balli. at i3i
I'M RENT-Tl.ree r f.cir unfurnished
r 'cms iipstslrs. with buth. a'so large
f irr.:p:.d fr nt room .down.durs. ln
n.ili J Twentieth street.
FOR RFNT- .Modern
ro- ni i ti prlva
. lanilly of two. sulta -
loe lor en,- gi
I. ti.ir.au. st U'i Tu.rd
aver. ae. ph. ne
FOR KENT Two nicely furnished '
front icons. w!tn al' modern c, nven- ;
ler.es. 'r, private fami.v; getitiemen i
prefrrred. ut a Sixth avenue.
FOR It 'NT Modern furnished rooms.!
'ev e t. ..-r.:e;,l Steum laundry,
1 M 4 ' Ti Ir.l avenue 'll between 10
a. in and 1 Su p. m. and i 1 to f 30.
FOR RFNT Modern famished rom In!
ipilet I., luhhorbood. sjit.'l . for gen-;
t.en..n. ,u car line; use of pbor.s. at,
v: Second avenue I'l.one w st 1219-L.
FOR Rr:Nr Four fur.,lhed or unfur
nish, 1 rooms for light housekeeping;'
I use a'.l modern, la-i.dry privileges
!:.; aire 1131 Fourli'rnl.'l-ar.d-a-l.i.'
FV'R KENT ,Ar. comfortable, all
inodirn room In j "ivate home. gcod.
Qjivl tinuM'crni'.sl. coil and shady;
no ehi.dien in house. Apply l29
Twenty-second street. Fhou west
Ol.l EOT IONS.
CCIXECTR'NS MADE Hjrd accounts
and claims cone, ted William .M.
Walker, lawyer. Ill I'eople s bank
builJli.g Phane 249.
MA LIS HELP WANTED.
MONTY IN ONE DAT
rnav be -arnc(! with rre
than durlr.g AX ENTIRE WEEK
In other wvi. Ar.pl'.ranta must
be bright, neatly dressed, clean
han'3 ard fpe. I want the
MANLIEST boy 'n the city.
Come early prepared for work.
Apply to Isaac N. Brot-nan. 633
Seventeenth street. Rock Island,
WANTED To exchange, storage for
use of piano; responsible party. 'A.
B ," care Argus.
WANTED To rent, two or three fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping.
"E. 8. G." care Argus.
WANTED By 15-year-old girl. ,a good
home with privilege of attending
school. Address "E. J-," care Argus.
WASTED Furnished house or three
furnished rooms, at once, by young
couple. Address "H. T.." care Araus.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder;
woik rt"-eivf cartful attention. Mrs.
!.! r. 2C30 Seventh avenue. Phone
WANTED One or two unfurnished
rooms for l;i?:.t housekeeping. Call at
720 Fourteehth-;irid-a-half street or
pnone west Si-X.
WANTED Old Indian relics, arrow
head, tomahawks, pipes, and old
time revolvers. Address Ldwaro
Kr.odle, Uagerstown, Ml
WANTED By gentleman, a furnished
room, not far from Safety building;
tl a wek. fend offer by Saturday lo
I. Schoile, g'-neral delivery, Chicago,
111.. P. O. Dtarburn and Jneks'Jii.
WANTED To rei.t. Oct. 15 or Nov. 1,
by responsible person without chil
dren, an eight-room furntfhed house;
muM be mudirn and in best location.
Address il. S. M.." care Arus.
WANTED By Sept. 21. between Fif
teenth and T enly-lhird Mr-t i,
Tiortn of Seventh avenue, a moU-rri
furnished room, with board, by two
Indies employed; private family pre
fers d. Address "Koom and Board,''
WANTED To buy, new and
r.una gooas, stoves, turnlture. carpet.,
etc.. also cast-off clothing. huts,
shoes, etc.; I pay highest prices; will
buy, sell or trade anything of value.
H. Fryer's Second Hand store, liui
Second avenue. Phone west 47.
I WILL pay for s,rv:,'s In obtaining
genuine Signatures of registered Illi
nois voters on our woman suffrage
public policy I etltion. at the rate of
Jl a hundred signatures, until I'n.OoO
tt '11 1 tl,ha 1 names ate secured prior to
-,.t. 1. Pj12. Send for .iitions and
llleiature to Cat lial Irie Uaugil Mc
Cullocli. !31 l ine Arts buiMu., tlii
raii. FOIt KF.Vr MIMKl I.AKOl5.
FOR RENT Tvo office rooms, with all
mod m conveniences, suitable aa a
doctor's otiiie Apply at l ilt mr)ci'i
drug sloto, 534 Si.xlecntii street.
Full P.KXT oniee ronts, second floor,
at 1..17 Second avt;,.ie, ironi iC'ins;
opposite new p.jU'i!.ee. naif blueU
from court houe. li,ui:ito in build
ing, of l.lino.i; oil comp.ir.y.
rHOKK'MO.X A I. A'I"I uinKI S.
I JAl hMJ.. 1. l.ltl A MAllOr.C-Al
j ii.i heys-ai-lu w. oil":, iu Ruck Inland j
' National bank building. !
ISL'AULE it MARSHALL Lawyers ',
Jkl"h, y lo loan on guo,i real ef'mte
tu! ity. Kems. and Saltty i
buli'lmg. Rock i&iaiid. 1.1. :
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney,
fee:., ral law busii.es;., corp'-ratn ,n,
probate and leal ertate law, L-1 1 Peo
ple's bank bull, ling. I'hoiie wt 371.
WALKER. INGilA.M 4 SW i.ENl
t , t i. s a nd , o.ii.scloi . at law.
to l-u.i "n r al estate. K-o:
Y At- '
1 l,Ji. '
2"3. 1 c"pie' National bantt bui
.M'-KMP.Y Ji: McENIRY Attorneys-at-
lov Loan nviiey tui guud s,, urity;i
in. ike co!;e, ;io:is Refei i. .- . Mitch- !
eli ,v I. vi.de. bunkers. Oftui, Mitche 11
.V i. nde bii.hiti.g.
MISl F.I I. A KOI S.
LET Fro.-s do
,-en;s a roll.
your paper! angl:
,-l. t s
wail paper at i c
r" 1 nd up.
FrKNACE clear. ir.g
rl. ' mtle s cleaned. $1
r. t in Co au
I. . f saved in fuel and
tpi."i,e north JSul.
IF VOL' WANT to buy. fell, trade Or
rent anything, engage- h. .p , r se -ure
a situation, the i, , and Jo.it i.al is
the eroy paper In Jllini that can Uo
It for you. Ma, I s:,d Journal wants
are popular, and Mai, and Journal
wants bring re-ul's . one half , . nt
per word Is ti.e prlc to a.i al.Ke.
cash in edvance, tw-i-.erit httnipp -.,1.1
d Evening and Sa". .,:duy ,la,l and
Journal. Moure. 111.
PLEASANT F. COX Rel etate and
Ir.suran-e. Loans a specialty. Best
f.re compar.hs repreeni, d. Your pal
r.mage solicited 1 hems west 2J, and
new el 72. ortl, at court house.
BENNETT S Insurance
i'.fe. accident, health
SmJ piate aas:
real estate nd leans. Sj.cor.d floor,
hsf-ty build. r.g' office phone, west
P9 Residence phone 72K-K. open
i f d:n Jay and Saturday evening.
, WE WILL BOND YOU Executor
minlstrators . guardians .
any kind of Judic al bunds; lodges an-:
society officers; city, state or I". S.
government officials, contractors, po
ntlons o (trust. In fact, any k'.r.d cf
bond you wnt (except ball bonds)
Terms reasonable Hayes i C. cave
land resident managers. Fidelity At
Deposit company of Maryland.
Mill I PI. R El ECTROI.V5PI.
1HT.T1PI.E ELECTROLYSIS Superflj
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one eo six
nedlrs: four to six hours' work In
one with six needles. Address Mn-
A. M Kittrldge. 1'lat 1. Argyle ITats.
Frady street. Iavenport lod pt,one
Out oi town until Oct. 1.
LODGE. NO 67. A. F. & A. M
Meets In stated communication
the first Thursday of each
month. Special meeting Thurs-
Aug 2'.'. at 7 .".'i n. m.. f. r work
M M d.grec I.ef: . sii.ner.ts. Vis-
g tr, ifin n cord
ly welcomed at
er of unton G
W. M. ; William B. Pc'.tit, sve-
W AITED MALB HELP.
i' ANT ED Your.gr man to drive deliv
ery wagon. K. Tremann's Sons.
WANTED Ten bovs to learn trade In
candy factory. v. L. Gansert. city.
WANTED Men. Apply at shop on Mill
street. S'eady work. Rock Island
Bridge Iron works.
WANTED Boy to work !n store be
fore and a;ter s-hooL Apply People's
store. 319 Twentieth street.
i WANTED Polishers and buffers; Rock
Island Manufacturing- company. Four
i tcer.th avenue and Second street.
WANTED Two young wan about II
years of age. to work In ehop. Apply
Rock Island Brewing? company, tief
WANTED Tinners for shop, and rood
general mechanics, to Install plants In
Illinois. Indiana and Ohio. Smith Sys
tem Heating: company. 110 First av
enue. Rock Island.
WANTED Good engineer for construc
tion work on new building on Fifth
avenue between Fifteenth and Six
teenth streets, Molina. Henry W.
WANTED Men and boys to work In
machine shop; boys must be over 18.
Grlswold Manufacturing company.
Fifth avenue and Fortieth street.
WANTED 100 steadymen. for all winter
work; men who are looking for a
good Job, with top-notch wages. In
quire Trl-Clty Business Exchange,
tl4 Best building, or phone west 1036.
WANTED Deputies to represent the
Yeomen of America in Rock Island
and Mollne; splendid opportunity for
a hustler. Address E. L. Kelly, dis
trict manager, 249 East Main street,
Vi ANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; few wetka comoletes; tools
given; wages while learning; you can
join us with the assurance that you
wlil succeed; apply from country or
city. Moler Barber college. Chicago,
, Our new factory ts
i ready for business.
Cleanest, most sanitary and most mod-
I era enuinnnd mrPt Tartar In fi, 1
. y. ... . . . . I
country. Positions can fc harl in nil ,
11.1 - I
gliaranteed to all good optTiit.crs.
Competent Instructors will tfach vo-j
without charge. Apply Sup riaend-;
'u. iii,u-r, liiii u uuur, naiainazuo v. or-
Bei company, Davenport dh-isioii, .o.
933 Wept Fourth etreet.
- iuiiik; 1 i
A reliable woman to do
"", Tv.i'ilth str.ct.
go.,,1 t-irl to do general
l-"24 Ninth avenue.
WA N'T FT '
TKI' -An exper ienced housemaid
- is Twentieth street. gO"d wagc.
VANTi:r Young ulrl to do light
hous.-work. Imiuiie li14 Fifteenth
WANTED Woman to clean offices andi
show room. Addics.s "R. L..' care
TED fUrl to do
l it ; sma:i family.
Apply nt 1307
WANTED Yo'inir lady to work tn Ice
c r.. aril rarlor at ?.2i Twentieth street.
i "!: west 17."..
-W,,mnn to do gen
washing: or lrorr.n
WANTi:r c.mpetent (white) laun
ies or Satnr.i.iv - f eacn week at
t',17 Nineteenth street.
carton in.. U 7 1 s
Fi" 1 u
to iFlrl wrap and foi l
en j 1,11,1
r l Ap:
te, 1 t.l Ml.
l ANTlih- '
S an. st :
f 2 4
"tr )e f.;
:t irl b
1 n i u 1 1 e
; il "s" ret.
WANTED -Middle arM '."dy to care for
-ve. ! -o:.I I il-!. !i. i. o, ,i home; pood
.1 w-s ;
,1 L2, e- nteei.th street.
, rr i i on:
t v,:iin,eter;t girl to do gen-,-"voik
i". srriall fanillv. Aj.
r. W. R iniers, i14 S-cond
WAXTKii-An experienced girl t- do
i , r, 1 l.on.-" V. ot t- I;, fur.iiiv ,,f tin'" e
I kiwn , !:''!.: g ! wae; r.o v.asti-
1 ing : at P)4S Nii.eteentii str- vt. Phone
w st !o'7.
w ,ik : op
lie... . - "I
la-lv. With SOTT.e
writing und bo:
work In look t
c .iking. E. C".
";s. competent young
knowledge of type
ixkeef'lng, for (.fbee
t.,re and .en.erger.cy
Vaiie, Jr. 1719 Sec-
WANTED MAJS OR FEMALES.
WANTED Clerks in grocery store;
ladies and Kent. em, n, stale experi
ence and salary: must have refer
ences. Address "F. A. H.," care Ar-
arser., graduated Svvedisn masseuse,
gives irtatment in private homes.
I'hone west Si9-L. Address tit Thlr-i-x.lr.th
f IkK IJHIFU.H E.
(The Best is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE. LIGHTNING NL WIND
ill intrc avran. Rsres res.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
CONTRACTORS AND Bl II.DEKS.
Mar.uf ct jrers of Sah. Do'vrs. B'.lnds
and stairs, ir.irnur t.msh of all kin is.
Ji:d K.d Ytnier Florrir.T and dealer-
in U:j. ill acd 323 r-.g..letnth
FOR SALE CITT PROPERTY.
FOR SAJ.E A modern house In choice
location. Call 1205 Fourteenth street.
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, a new six
room ail modern house, on account of
party leaving; city, at 1240 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, a store, with
flat above, located at J7SS Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Lou in Island View Heights
addition; finest In the city: ask tor
prices and terms. C 8. Mc-Daniel, (01
Safety building". Rock Island.
FOR SALE Two east front lots and
smalt house on Twenty-fifth street;
prices reasonable. Inquire at 161
.Twenty-fifth street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Eight-room modern house,
half block from two car lines, at
2t2S 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 S5 per month.
Csll 1700 Sixth street. Old pUone
FOP. SALE 1 offer my borne, 1110
Twenty-first street: eight-room mod
ern house; finest residence portion of
city; price and terms on application.
PL A. Weld.
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
2Vi acres of ground, with well and
cistern; located one block from ear
line: will sacrifice If sold before Sept.
30. Address "-S. G. S.." care Argus.
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
soirth of Atken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; J'a down, balance In five
years. E. W. Koblnson, 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE Fine suburban property.
iwo acres, near city; oest lacllitles;
10-room house, good outbuildings.
fine water, fine drainage, fruit and
garden: best reason for selling.
i -none west oiii-u a. e. sonmla.
FOR SALE At a xtargain If taken at
once, a modern eight-room house.
centrally located and near all car
lines; hot water heat, gas, electric
lignt; lot ouxi4U. tor particulars ad
dress "Y.," care Argus, or call west
A good seven-room hou?e. in Haven
port, with furnace, bath and gas; lot
fi4x 1;,0; corner Liglith and Iowa sireots
Three or four very attractive resi-
deuce corners in Rock Island, close In;
als" a v03"1 1Jt in growing business
lital Estate ami Jnstiruiice; Slti Safety
FOR SALE LAX US.
It SA1.1-; l'f --ruTe "truck farm In
South Rock Isl.ntf. J. B. Kills, Ninth
street. South Pock island.
1 OR SALE Eiglity acts of Improved
land, two miles northwest of Taylor
Ridge. Iii'niuc. on premises lor terms.
FOR SALE 112 acres timber and pas-
ure land, 4'5 lull, s west of Milan.
S,c Reidy Bios., room 4, Slate Bank
FOR SALE Eighty-acre farm, near
Milan, known us the Hrodiicii farm.
Call on Reidy Bros, lor particulars;
room 4. State Dank bcilding.
-Teii acres of land, includ-
and implements; will take
cash or lia,i- for
ty property; loca-
ted one mile southwest of Milan,
drii-s Owner," cure of Argus.
FOU SALE At reasonable price, a 120
acre tarm, wo miles nr-rla and one
half mile west of Taylor Ridge: good
imp! oveinents Address Mrs. Martha
McH'e";. jjiu Thirteenth i venue.
LOST A.NU FOC9ID.
LoST Monday, between Ninth avenue!
( aid T
in eth strc-et, or T:iirty-s cond
.-tie, t nn,i i-.f.eentn nvenu-. a brjoch.
MieKr p..asu call west 1237-K. Will
K'Oi rew ar 1.
Lost In front of S, xton's clothing
.-tore, a hand satchel ccntaini!,g a
lo,-k. pocke; b"ok and bank nook.
Return to :.112 Fifth avenue and re-
ceive I el f. 1 1.
LOST !!,! ".veen Twentieth street and
Fifth avenue and Thirty-first street,
a smail i d I .itlo r purse containing
money. Reward for its return to bZi
Twentieth street. Boulevard grocery.
I.OSi A watch fob, gold initial mono
gram charm. Monday evening, either
,.n arsen,.l ,.,r or on Second avenue,
Ih tweet. Tvwn.iclh and Fifteenth
streets. Reward, if left at The Argus
i;ASUI I.bTA,h! A.NU PIMPS.
EoWSER underground outfits from
and up (t -jc.uc in use. F. M. Kinir
ugent. loll'x Third avenue, Rock Is- i plaint against all the original parties
bind, FI 1 none west 2eSl N. B to said cause, and as his second supple
l. n y your gasoline: It's safer. j mental bill thereto, bringing as i w
' parties defendant In said cau.se. you, the
H. KEuRICK General auctioneer All
kinds of merchandise and household
goons auctioned at your house. Res
ldence. 541 H
EXPRESS AND TOHAfifi.
RELIABLE STORAGE OnbXttPiop
v...ruu covers, etc. Tents ibr rent;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
p.oesrler A: Co.. 3u9 Fifteenth street-
IBclIhsarlk & M&ftmim
Room 14, State Bank Building.
42nd street. 15th avenue. Don't pay
rem. Six-roorn house, city water, and
a.l In good shape. Price. tl.SuO. Terms
lKh street and I4th avenue. Near
Long View park. Six rooms, city water,
sewer, gas, etc. A nice home at the
r.gi.t price. !t 4'xl4'J. Price. $2,350.
14lh ureet and ICth avenue . Eight
rooms, haih. hot air furnace .gas and
electric lights. I-ot 40x1 4. All in nice
shape. Prict 3.S'jo. Cheaper than you
i 2rth street ar.d th avenue. Seven
! rooms .two-story frame, bail-., furnace.
! gas and electric lights. Lot 60x140 and
an Ideal location. Price. 13.600.
1 19th street and 10th avenue. Eight
i room house; ail modern, fine location
! and an Ideal home. Price, Jl.S'jO.
j 2'-acre farm In Scott county. Owner
wants to retire on account of age. Will
take two or three Rouses as part pay
I If you are tnteresfed In lots, acre
tracts, or farms, write, phone or come
and see us.
ECKHART & BUFFUM
rtoom 14, State Bank Building.
FOB SALE MtSCFTLt-AJCKOl'S.
FOR SALE Parrot at 1701 H Third ave
nue. FOR SALE Folding
FpR SALE Household roods at 1420
s coal office.
horse at E
FOR SALE An electric ear In fine con
dition, cheap If taken at once.. Phone
FOR SALE Cheap, stock In Reynolds
pattern aoacnine .oompany. jr-none
FOR SALE A gas range In first class
condition, coeap u taken at once: m
Forty-third street. Phone west 1710-X.
FOR SALE First class upright piano;
will sell at a bargain If taken
at once. Inquire "Piano," cars Argua.
FOR SALE Cheap, an upright plana.
but little used; walnut case. Inquire
at Robb's Express, 12 1 Seventeenth
FOR SALE Cheap, pleasure launch, 28
reel long. 6-root beam, s-norse power
engine . For particulars address Box
458. Rock Island, or Inquire on ferry
FOR SALE Cheap, If taken at once,
one Moon touring car, five-passenger,
40-horse power; good as new. Phone
west 1214. or call at 21 Twentieth
FOR SALE Rubber tired buggy and
single harness; also double couch, 33
pounds of goose feathers, and folding
go-cart. Inquire 12S0 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR SALE Song hits entitled "My
Choloe," 'The Girl I Love.'' "The
Queen of Oklahoma," ftre now on sale
at the Cable Music house and at the
new 6 and 10 cent store.
FOR SALE Small team of horses, rub
ber tired buggy, and single harness;
Rlso upright piano, almost new. Trl
Clty Business Exchange, 514 Best
building. Phone west 1038.
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. S00.
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
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
tyas: In the Circuit Court. September
term. A. D. 1912. In Chancery.
Lauretta Slattery, complainant, vs. Jo
seph J. Uross, Frony F. Gross. John Ko
nosky; Quinn Manufacturing company, a
corporation; Western Specialty com
pany, a corporation; Fred Wernentin,
Jr., trustee, and Norman S. Johnson,
Affidavit of non-residence of the above
named cjuinn Manufacturing company, a
corporation; Western Specialty com
pany, a corporation, and Fred Wernen
tin, Jr., trustee, impleaded witii the
above defendants, Joseph J. Gross,
Frony F. Gross, John Konnsky and
Norman S. Johnson, having been liled
the clerk's olhce of the circuit courJ
of said county, notice is therefore here
by givcmto the said non-resident de
fendants that the complainant tiled her
bill of complaint In said court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the 17!h day
of August, 1912. and that thereupon a
summons issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, re
turnable on the third Monday in the
month of September next, as is by law
Now. unless you, the said non-resident
defendants above named, Quinn Manu
facturing company, a corporation;
; cstern Specialty company, a corpora
tion, and Fred Wernentin. Jr., trustee,
itth.-ill nirsnn.n lu rmiie:,r before snid cir-
j ,.uit court, on the first day of the next
1 term thereof, to be holdell at Rock Is-
i hind. In and for the said county, on the
third Monday in September next, i:nd
plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same
and tiie matters and things therein
charged and stated will be tak"n us
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the praver of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Aug. 17. 1912.
Marion E. Sweeney, complainant's so
licitor. Publleatlon Notice.
i State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun-
; ty ss:
! In the Circuit Court of said county.
To the September term. A. D. 1912. In
! Chancery. Chancery Bill for Relief.
General No. 6.1"i.
George A. Lyon, trustee in bankrupt
i cy of liie estate uf Josiah I Rohmson,
J complainant, v. Joslab 1. Itoblnson,
! Ada Stone Robinson. Fred J. Kraft, Mu
tual Wheel company, a corporation; L.
G. Willis, trustee in bankruptcy of the
estate of the Kohinson-Milier company.
a corporation; llllain E. Fry, trustee
, In bankruptcy of the Robinson Matiu
lacturiiig companv. a corporation:
i Frank Pi. K'vs, l.'aiy R. Crawford, and
IGeoige Mc.M.ister, dei'entianls.
' To the above named defendants,
Frank 11. Keys and Cury R. Crawford:
, Notice is hereby given to you and
ea'h of you, that the above named coin
! r,la.mant has tiled in said court, in said
cause, an affidavit that you ore non
j residents of the state of Illinois. That
i he has also r.iea in saia court, in sum
'cause, a second amended bill of c"m-
said Frank at- lveys ana ary it. craw
ford and said George McMaster.
a summons In r.nancery nas been lssueu
in said cause by the clerk of said court
against you. said Frank IL Keys and
Cary R. Crawford, defendants, directed
i to the
sheriff or said county of Rocg
to execute, returnable to the
next term of said court, to be begun and
holden at the court hnus in the city of
Roi k Island, in said county, on the third
Monday of September. 1912. at which
time and place you and each of you will
appear and plead, answer or demur to
said amended bill of cajmplzint.
Dated at Rock Island, III., this 24th
day of July. 1912
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Said Court
Bowc-rsock, Hail & Hook; Jackson,
Hurst & Stafford, solicitors for com
plainants. ABSTRACTS OF Til LB.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Is, and Title sr Abstract com
pany: J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-2oi, second
floor. People's National bank build
ing. Rock Island.
CARD OF THANKS.
W. E. KCSCHMANN and family extend
their heartiest thanks to tnelr friends
and neighbors who so kindiy remem
bered tnem In their re':ent bereave
ment, speiiul thanks being extended
t, I'.ev. jtoif end the young ladies
who assisted hiin in the services.
IF you -want to begin or expand busi
ness, write the Board of Trade. Wev.
burn. Saskatchewan. We want Indus,
tries, retailers and wholesalers. Elec
tric power, water, fuel, cheap. Build
ers m-itn capital needed. Population
doubled this year.
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun- j
In the Circuit Court. September term, j
1912. In Chancery. !
Albert E. Shogren. Joseph E. Shogren, '
Peter N. Shogren, Esther N. Carlson and :
Helen C. bnugren. complainants, vs.
Earl H. Lumigren. Evelyn Lundgren, .
Clair Lundgren. Oscar Lundgren, and
Central Trust A Savings Bank of Rock ;
Island, 11L, defendants. I
Atlidavit of non-residence of Earl H.
Lundgren, Evelyn Lundgren. Clair;
Lundgren and Oscar Lundgren, implead
ed with the above defendant, Central
Trust & Savings Bank of Rock Island,
111., having been filed in the clerk's of
fice of the olrouit court of said county,
notice la therefore hereby given to the
said non-resident defendants that the
complainants fll4 their bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery
side thereof, on the 25th day of July,
1912, and that thereupon a aummons In
chancery was issued ut of said court
In said suit against you. the said non
resident defendanta, 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
defendants above named. Earl H. Lund
gren. Evelyn Lundgren, Clair Lundgren
nd Oscar Lundgren. shall personally be
and appear before said circuit court, on
.he first day of the next term thereof, to ;
be holdcn at Rock Island In and for j
said county, on the third Monday in
September next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of j
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 bllL
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk. !
Rock island. 111., Aug. 15, 1912. t
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, oomplaln-
Illinois. County of Rock Is-
Clrcoit Court of Rock Island County.
September term, A. D. 1912.
F. II. First vs. Jesse Baldwin, Dora I
Baldwin. In attachment.
Public notice Is "Hereby given to the
said Jesse Baldwin and Dora KaUiwm,
that a writ of attachment Issued out of-f
the office of the clerk of the circuit
court of Rock Island county, dated tne
6th day of August, A. D. 1912. at the
suit of the said F. H. First ami aguinst
the estate of the said Jesu Baldwin and
Dora Baldwin, for the sum of one hun
dred ninety-live dollars, directed to the
sheriff of said Rock Island county,
which said writ has been returned ex
ecuted. Now. therefore, unless you. the said
Jesse Baldwin and Dora Baldwin,
personally be and appear before lite
said circuit court of Rock Island coun
ty, on the first-day of the next term
thereof, to be linden nt the court house
in the city of Rock Island, in said
county, on the 16th day of September,
A. D. 1912, give special bail and plead
to the 6aid plaintiff's action, judgment
will be entered against you, and in fa
vor of the said F. II. First, and so
niONjh of the property attached as may
be sufficient to satisfy the said judg
ment utij costs will be sold lo satisfy
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Clarence J. Schroeder. plainiio" at
torney. Aug. 7. A. D 1912.
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. January term,
A. D. 1912. In Chancery.
Cora Moore vs. Albert Moore.
Atlidavit of non-residence of the
above named defendant having been
filed in the clerk's o:iico of the circuit
court of said county, notice is therefore
hereby given to the said non-resident
defr-ndiMit that the complainant illcd
her lull of complaint In said court, on
the ehauctry side thereof, on the 9ih
day of N'oveinb, r, A. D. PHI. and that
thereupon a summons issued out of
said court, wherein said suit Is now
pending, returnable on the llrst Monday
in the month of January, A. D. PJ12
next, as is by law repaired, and also an
alias summons ret urii.tble on. the third
Monday of September. A. 1 . 1912.
Nuw, unless you. the s::id non-rcsl-
dent defendant above named, shall per
sonally be and appear before Faid rir
cuit court, on Hie lirst day of the next
term tlicrs, to be holibn m Rock Is
land, In and for said county, on the
said third Monday of September next,
and piead. answer or demur to the sai l
complainant's bill of complaint, the
same and the matters and things charg
ed then in will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you ac
cording to the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE V. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock island. 111.. Aug. 12, 1912.
Adair Pleasants, complainant's solic
itor. Notice of Flunl Settlement. j
Estate of Timothy Beecher, deceased, j
Publis notice is h'Teby given that the i
undersigned. J. D. B cher, aOmini- tutor j
of ihe estate of Timothy lie, cher, lit- I
ceased, has this day tib-d hs iiual re- !
port and Hettlement as such in the pro- '
bate court of Rock island county, and'
bearing on Faid r, port has been set for
Sept. 4. 1912. at 9 o lock a. in., at vvh!,'!i
time persons Interested may appearand!
make objections thereto, and if no oh- ,
Jections are filed, said report will be ap
proved at that time, and the undersign
ed will ask for an order of distribution,
ami will also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island. III., Aug. S. 1912.
J. D. BEECH ER, Administrator.
James W. Maucker, attorney.
Notice of Flaal Seltlenieat.
Estate of Reverdy E. Iglehart,
Public notice Is hereby given that !
the undersigned. Ralph Jiehart, ad-
mmistrator of said esiate, has this Jay j
liled his final report and settlement as
such in the Probate, court of Rock I-i- i
land county, and hearing on said report'
has been set for Sept. a. Hi 12, at 9
o clock a. m., at which time persons in
terested may appear and make objec
tions thereto, and if no objections are
liled. said report will he approved at
that time, and the undersigned will ask
fo ran order of distribution, and will
also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island, III. Aug. 12 1912
The real estate of the late Joseph
Cameron, deceased, which has been of
fered since the 29th day of July,. A D.
1912. at private sale, by E. E lawyer,
trust, e. Is now offered at public sale la
the highest and best bidder for cash,
and notice is therefore hereby given
tnat on Saturday. Sept. 7. at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m , I. the under1 gned. wlil
offer for sale, and sell at the premises to
be sold, the following d-icrjbed real
estate, to-wlt: The south G4 feet of the
west 142 fiet of outlot 10, with the
brick tenement house thereon; also the
north 40 feet of the wejt 142 feet of
said outlot 10. with frame dwelling
tnereon: also the north 47 feet of the
fast 142 feet of said outlot 10, with mod
ern brick dwelling thereon, all situated
in the east half of the southeast quar
ter of ssctlon tbirtjr-flve, township elgh.
ttn north, range two weal of the fourth
principal meridian, according to asses
sor's put of A. D. IS? 4.
E. E. LAWYER. Truates..
1702 Second avenue. Rock Island, III.
W C. Allen and Robert It. Reynold",
attorneys' for truatte.
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, cianos. live stock.
diamonds and salaries e
are the cheapest in the I J
tri-cities. We have no
CUT RATE 10AN CO.
304 Best Bldg.
Rock Island, HL
Phone W. 177
-..-1.- 'j. A. .-w.?V...
Estate of Charles Strupp, deceased.
unuersignea having been ap-
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Charles Strupp, late' of
ihe county of Rock Island, state of:
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that she will appear before the probate
tourt of Rock Island county, at the pro
bate court room, in the city of Rock
Island, at the September term, on the
lirst Monday In September next. .t
j which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the uu- '
Dated this 19th dav of July. A. D
1912. MART41A A. BECK,
Walker, Ingram & Sweeney, attor
neys. . -mi
Estate of George Bennett, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of George Bennett, lute of1,
the county of Rock Island, state of 1111 -
nols. deceased, hereby gives notice that'
she will appear before the Hon. Ilenja-:
inin Hell, judge of the probate court oti
Rock lsli nd county, at the probate court,
loom, in the city of Rock Island, nt the'
October. 1912. term, on tlio llrst Monday
In October next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are noliiied ninl reinn-.sted to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to said estate
ar.' requested lo make immediate pay
ment to the uniler-lirned.
Dated tins 21st day of August. A. Dw
1912. MARY E. BENNETT,
Connelly A Connelly, attorneys at
law. Rock Island, 111.
HENRY GAF.TH.II-; Proprietor Chlp
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
e.esigns of all kinds. City store, ItiOf
Second avenue. Phone 1110. '
street, Davenport, Iowa: telU past,
present and ,iture; gives udvice a
i-ll HfTairs of l.fe; satisfaction guar
anteed. VACATION TIME
Is lure. Get away from work
and worry. If you need some
money for your trip, remember
tout we are ln-a,l,piai'' ors for pri
vate loans. No pay mi nt , d no un
til you get back to work, then a
little each week or rnonlh U4 you
eai n it.
An investigation will convince
you that our rates charged are
ts low as the lowest, and tout our
easy payment plan Is most con
venient. Loans on furniture, pianos,
teams, or any personal property,
same being left in your posses
sion at ail times.
$1 2' per week pays a lr,0 loan
In fit! weeks.
If you cannot come In a phone
rail or letter will bring oJr con
lldentlai agent to your house at
once. Loan mado same day .
PRIVATE AND RELIABLE.
219 H Brady Street.
Bell telephone North 2425. Open
Wednesday and Saturday even
Of REAL ESTATE
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