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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. SEPTE3IBER 3, 1912.
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PE1ZE KIDDLE TODftY
WHO PUT THH-
ESG- m THE-
Argus Branch Offices
Tor the accommodation of Ita patron
In various parti of the city. Tha Argus
baa established a system of branch of
fices, where aubacrlptlona and want ad
vancing may be received and any In
formation left that may pertain to any
department of the paper, newa or busi
ness It la also planned to have at each
cf these branrh offices every evening a
w oi copies oi i ne Argus or ins
V nUiat 5ny eub,,::rlDr wh raa'r
receive hU w , -VSrJ,S
V. . . v . . ..
JVh.. ff . Mhaln of brancn
inP llf1l f Pi a YC I ear ( r. n I
J . J. KIpds notion store. 4',05 Fifth
H. E. Rows'! pharmacy, 4118 Four
hless' drug atora, Twsnty-seventh
street. Seventh avenue.
L'llemeyer's drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth street.
George W. Mlllhouse, confectionery.
t0 Fourth avenue.
Mrs. IoDdon'j notion store. Seventh
treet. Fourteenth avenue.
Helmbeck's pharmacy, Itt Third ave
tue Benger's grcery, 925 Eleventh
F'.dert drug store. Thirtieth street
and Fifth avenue
College pharmacy. Seventh avenue
and Tliirty-elghth street.
Olson grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Stelner drug store, comer Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street.
FOR KEXT BOCIEI.
FOR RENT Modern seven-room house.
Inquire 01 Third avenue.
FOR RENT RI-room strictlv modern
house at 1410 Twelfth street. Inquire,.
nii i weirin street.
FOR RENT Sfvf-n-rwim house; alii
modern; at :,r.l Tw.-lftti street. In
quire ,26 Twelfth street.
1200 Second I
FOR RENT Modern home
avenue. Apply Connelly & Connelly
People's Bank building.
FOR RENT A seven-room mod-rn !
houe at 2734 Seventh avenue. For 1
particulars phone east ll'S. j
FOR RENT Eight-room house, mod- !
ern in every respect. In good loca
tion; rent 130. Address "United " I
FOR RENT Bever.-room house, with
one acre of ground; good well.
.' tern, and barn. Inquire 1903 Seven
FOR RENT-Sept. 3. a five-room house,
vt It n summer kitchen, at 2" f'4 Kikh
teenth avenue. lrn lir l"tii l'lfih-srid-B-haif
avenue. Phone west 9"s.
FOR I'. E T Mod'-rn seven-room boue
cent'ally lo.-sted. modern flat and
mu'itrn rooms yr nxni riouseKeen-
Call Slti',1 Third avenue, or west
Ff'R KKNT - T.laht housekeeping rooms;
217 Sixteenth ureit.
FOR RENT I'Mttils' 'd room for lltrfit
housekeeping at 3 7 'I'l.lrd fctreet
FOR RENT Furniv
n-!pro eu. n is . l l' h
Tl.l rti uvt n ;ie
I'll; I: K.N'T ?'.,: furn.sli.d roo-n for!
kii.it'' man oiilv.at l.'T Six'h avenue. ,
I"i: RENT .Mi
.:ni or -iti,ii.
' ,M strei t.
t b.iald. lit
I'd It II EST--
. teenth stri
l'ur'it-:.ed rnonis. with all
, o : e:.. ;-, at VtiS bvven-
I'l KENT - Two modern furnished
roon ii Ht !. Seventeenth ftriet, ref-
r Fp s r 'juii ed.
F"iR RENT - fine niodern furnished
room. u ;:h fnuilly of two, ul II ii
1-If teenth street.
FOR RENT-- Four furnished room-;
ilowns'.;t . i s ; K"od i;etkrtibrtiood. Ad
ilirss ' i. It.'' care Algos.
I'' ; RENT Three unfurnished ro.nis;
I :.v moderi.; to responsible p..r
t . : i4 Kn irt.ent.. street.
For i;;:. T - - Ni
r-'om .::o nil i
at :;L s v e:it ee:.
ly fuiiilshed front
o l i n conveniences.
MmKm furnished front
for two. 711 Twimty
l i.olie West 156B.
FOR RENT Enige front room; fur
nished, down stair, suitable for gen
tlemen, ut S"S Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms.
uitat for light housekeeping, at
llul Fourteentii-and-a-haif siieet.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, gas,
bath .not water heat, etc. Opposite
court house; 217 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room;
quiet location, four (docks from busi
ness district. 71 Eighteenth street.
IrOR RENT Two or turee modern fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping
at IK'S Fourtcenth-fctid-a-half street'
FOR RENT Furnished large front
room, strictly modern, suitable for
two, use of phone and bath, at b'Ji
FOR RENT Modern neatly furnished
room in private family of two, suita
ble for one gentleman, at 121 Third
avenue. Phone west 1221-X.
FOR RENT Thret unfurnished rooms,
suituloe for light house keeping with 1
modern conveniences, laundry privi
leges, 41 Forty-second street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
front rooms, with all modern conven- 1
lences. In private family; gentlemen '
preferred, at IIuO Sixth avenue. '
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms, j
above Hsuersfeld Steam laundry. '
114 . Trlrd avenue. Call between 10
a, m and 1 SO p. m. and 6: So to ( SO. t
rOR RKCT Modern furnished room in
quiet neighborhood, suitable for gen
tleman, on car 11ns; use of phone, at
(21 Second avsnus. Phone west 121 9-L,
rOR RBNT Largs, comfortable, all
mdrn rnnm In r rl.a I. Hom- mntiA
fluiet neighborhood, cool and shady:
co children in house. Acnlr 921
T wan ty -second street. Phone west
LOST AND rOVHD.
LOl?T In front of 8-ston's clothing :
store, a Land satchel containing
clock, picket book and bank book. J
Return to 3113 Fifth avsnus and re
UT Between Twentieth street and 1
Fifth avenue and Thirty-first street. I
a sa-.ail rtd leather purse containing 1
S'': . "7" ,".u'"lnl. V
COLLECTION MADE Hard aocounta
and calms codec ted. William M.
Walker. wrr. Ill People's bank
building. Phar.s 149.
UENHY CAEYHJE Prwpristor Chlp
oannocii nursery. Cot flowers snd
designs of all kinds. City sure. Iv7
second avaaue. Anus A Lis,
FOR RENT A large furnished front t
nwm. Moaern. ear Business cen-
tar at 412 Nineteenth street.
WANTED To buy, a one or tiro
press printing office. Address 1632 ;
. Fourteenth street. Davenport. Iowa
WANTED Lace curtains to launder;
work receives careful attention. Mrs.
Mgr. 2840 Seventh avenue. Phone j WANTED Toung man to work In bak-1260-X.
I ery shop; good wages. Apply Eagle
WANTED By gentleman, a furnished
IS.m- ."V"!."? ? '
1 Pchoile, general delivery. Chicago, j
111.. P. O. Dearborn and Jackson.
i WANTED To rent, Oct. 15 or Nov. 1
n - .v - rrr. .... rw i . 1 i
by responsible person without chil
dren, an eight-room furnished house; j
must be modern and In best location, j
Addrese "R. S. M.." care Argus.
WANTED By Sept. 21. between Fif
teenth and Twenty-third streets.
north of Sever.tn avenue, a modern
furnished room with board, by two
ladies employed; private family pre- ,
lerreo. Aaaress noum anu ouira.
WANTED To buy. new and second
hand goods, stoves furniture, carpets,
etc. aiso cast-off clothing. hats
etc .: I tav highest Drices: wl.l
duj, Fell or iraue aii uuuk ut vaiuc.
S. Fryer's Second Hand store, 15u3
becond avenue, i'hone west 247.
WILL pay for services in obtaining
genuine signatures of registered Illi
nois voter. on our woman suffrage
public policy petition, at the rate of
11 a hundred bignatureii. until 20.000
additional names are hecured prior to
Sept. 1. IS 1 2. Send tor petitions and
literature to Catharine Waugh 11c
Culioch. iZi Fine Arts building, Chi
cago. W A. VI 11 MAI E OK FEMALE.
WANTED Help at Rock Island Can-
''"' company. Sears. 111.
WANTED yinuer that (lays mando'.in,
guitar or tmnjo Address "linger,"
are or I he Argus.
J FOR UK VI MIMKLLA.NEOll
KOK KENT Tv.o ortce rooms, with all
modern cjnw nieiict-&, suitable aa a
doctors office. Appiy at I.Uemeyer's
drug store. J'il bl&teeath street.
FOR RENT Office rooms, second floor,
at li.17 Second avenue; front rooms;
opposite new poslotlice, half block
from court huus-t. Inquire in build
ing, of lllinoia Oil company.
FOR RENT A good running and well
paving lunch r"":n and cute, jn cou
nt, ct.ofi with hotel. Pies nt owner
desires a goon, relmble party. In-
juire at IWnioia h'-tel. Ijalesburg, Id.
rOK KK.I KLATJ.
FOR RENT Two five-room flats; Koes
tt i build. ng. opos,te Ror k Island
i.kKHt-i.iirr lieoot. Pnorie west 2&9-L.
FOR RENT Flat of live rooms, bath, j
K is aid U, in - lifcnt. triiid floor;
jiT per dent r. . l-'il tli-and-a-nalf !
a.' e. .Mia. VYulkev.
flat of three
kili neu. and
j,er moii tii.
Ji.'iuire J"7 Flltiii.tn street.
I'KOl'LSiMOX A I. l'I OKEV8.
i l eys-,
111 1, . I'Al. I-Oll I At.
i-uw. oni. e iii Rock Island i
'"i'.'K buuu"-3 !
M;icy o loan on fcood reai
. -..tit. iv.e'.i-. .'.- .iiid iuj
buud.r.K- Kocu IsiaJid. 1,1.
esta te i
I 11 M I I1M t VV t lltrnu
genu al .aw tmiwi.eta. col p' iraiioiil :
i lohale u.'.U 1 1 u i eslale ;aw. il i'eo- :
.e's oai.iv on..e.i.,A. i-hclie vltsl 3.
WALaKk. INiJi.Ail A. bWEdNEY At- i
loineys and . ouusr.ors i w. Money
to b-aii on r. al esiat. Rooms 0j- '
iui. Peoples National bank bjihl.ng. .
la w . 1. oan
make coilcctioua. i.el'
ei: l.ynde, bulikers.
LET Fross do jour paperiiai.gihg- li
cents a roll. a,l pa.er u: J ceins a
roll and up; Cos Twenty-fourth street.
j IF YOE WANT to buy. sell, trade or ,
rein n iniiis;. ei.fcage ueip or ecu;e
a Situatinii. the 1.1.1 and Journal is
the only pap- r In M.nine tnat can do
It for you Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants bring results . One-half cent
per word is the price to ail alike,
cash in advatu e, two-cent stamps wlil
do. Evening and Saturday Mall and
Journal. Mliue. 111.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and '
tnsuiance. Loans a specialty. Rest j
nre companies representee. 1 our pat-j
solicited. Ptiones west
72. ottiv-e at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health attd piate glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor.
Safety building' office phone, west
&6 Resident e phone 72o-K. Opt n
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND YOC Executors ad- !
minlstrators . guardians , tru.-tees' or
any kind of Judical bonds, ledges ant". !
society officers, city, state or U. S-
government officials, contractors, po-
sitions o ftrust; in fact, any kind of i
bond you want (except ball bonds). (
Terms reasonable Hayes A Cleave- i
land, resident managers, Fidelity k i
i-ieposii company ot Aiaryiaiid.
GAtOLIXE TANKS AND PI MPS. ,
BOWSER underground outfits from 110 !
and up tfeOO.OOv in use. F. M. King,
agent. 1611V, Third avenue. Hock Is
land. Li. Phone west 1"1. N. B- '
Bury your gasoline; it's Safer.
' SWEDISH MOV EMS! t Miss A
arsen. gia.li.iUd Swedish masseuse.
gives treatment in private homes
Phone west 3H-L Address tlS Thirty-ninth
H. HEDR1CK General auctioneer All
kinds of merchandise and household I
gooos auctioned at your house. Res
idence, 641 V Twentieth street. Phons
111S Wilt Third
street, oavenport. lowa: tells i,at
!' present and future: gives advice on
i .'ail affairs of life; satisfaction guar
TRIO LODGE. NO 7, A. F. at A. it.
Meets in stated communication
the first Thursday cf each
month at T.JO p. m. By order)
of Carlton G. Taylor, W. M-, WiU.aa
H. FetUt. secretary.
WASTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Messengers at Western t'n-
ion. Bloycles creferrcd
I WANTED To'jng man to drive dellv
Job ry wagon. H. Tremann's Sons.
WASTED Men. Apply at shop on Mill
street. SteaJv work. Rock Inland
Bridge & Iron wort.
Bakery, 1106 Third avenue.
WANTED - Pollsh.r. and buffers; Rock
Island Manufacturing company. Four
teen in avenue ana becon.1 street
1 collector. -Must rave i
i good reference. ADcly at The People's I
store, 24 Fifteenth street. Mollne. !
WANTED At once, young men bv
Rock Island lines news service. Ap
ply j. j. Oner news stand, Ru-ck Is
WANTED At once; one experienced
gihzir, one moulding machine man
trd me flr,t olass rulter, Ea3, Mollne
Sash & Door works.
iWAVTPn Tl.n... tr .V,r, e.H -nr.A
general mechanics, to install plants in
Illinois. Indiana and Ohio. Smith Svs-
.m Healing company. 1S10 First av-
.. t...t. ti.j
WANTED Men and boya to work in
machine shop; boys roust be over It.
Grlswold Manufacturing company,
Fifth avenue and Fortieth atrcet,
WANTED Salesman to sell trees and
plants. Lxperi-nce not necessary.
Stea-ly work. KitrheFt commissions,
payable weekly. W rite for free outfit.
Perry Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED 100 st.-ady men. for all winter
work, men who are looking for a
good job. with top-notch waes. In
quire Trl-Citv Buiiit:s Exchanjfe,
tl4 Best building, or phone west lujo.
WAN'TEIi Salesmen to take order for
cut rate irrocer:?."; exi-ern uce unnec
essary; earn kiy; outfit free.
The Standard .Mvreantile Co. 245L'
2l."tii East Nintli street, Cleveland,
WANTED Deputies to represent the
Ytori.iii of America in Rook island
and -iol;ne; sj-lereiid opportunity for
a hunter. Addr.-s E. L. Keiiy. dis
trict uinager, 24l East Main street.
WANTED Agents, streetmen to sell
'1'att. V. ilsi'ii and i : : . j i Moose gold and
nlverj. luted canji.alu .'i fobf. iij'j .er I
cent pront actives '1 ittrnann A: Ikrr,
licrr, Dept. j;,, 2u(i Canal strec.. New
York City. N. Y.
WANTED Mn to learn the barber
trde; lluht. clean work, an army of
our graduates now running shops, tie
one ..f tl.ini, wages while harninir;
tools given; caiaioue mailed free
Moler barber college. Chicago, 111.
WANT Kit rRHil.H HEI.P.
Our new laclory ib now oiieii and
ready for bti;;iaebs. We have me
cloant-bt, moct uanitary and most mod
em equi; peii corset factory in tue
country. Petitions cai Le had in all
Am.. n Tl .. 1. ... .1 .... J
v, .o ..-c
defcirable and etrtady emprovnieut
guaranteed to all feood oyt-rutcra.
ii-i" tii.um-.iuiD c , ..;rit r. i g u t v - a n n - a-ro u rt h acres
without charge. Apply Sapcrlatena-!
itnfs ofhee, third Coor. Kalamazoo Cor-:
" ee COIlipany, Davenport Ul.'lSlOu, .No. ,
! 33 West Fourth treet.
WANTED A competent cook
WANTED Girls at new
5 and 10 cer.t i
store Ap i at once.
WANTED 'Jir! for general housework.
Call at 9u Fourth avenue.
WANT ET--A girl for second work. Ap-
p'v -.'i Seelith avenue, i'hone west
I 1 797.
'.'.'ANTED Young girl to
i.o i-. work. Inquire ltill
- Middle aged woman for ! :
housework. Apply 5u3 Third I
WANTEI) A girl to do general house
work at 2ul Fifth avenue. Tele
phone west 770-L.
dress on Saturd.iy of
each week at
617 Nineteenth street
WANTED Young lady for office work.
Apply at the Peoples Store, 524 Fif
teenth street. .Uoiine.
WANTED Seamstress for alteration
room. Ant lv Peonie s store. 524 i'if-
teenth street. Mollne, Hi.
WANTED Competent girl for general I
housewoik. good wages, family of
two. Apioy bv tigntecntn street.
WANTED A housekeeper in the coun
try by a widower witn four midreii.
Address. Box 63. Matliersville. ill.
WANTED A seamstress, one
bundle trade Apply ut ;i.
store, 64 Fifteenth gireet.
WANTED A cook and second irirl for
small family; must have reterences.
Apply 71 Nineteenth street. Pnone
WANTED An experienced girl to do
g-r.eral housework in fa:u;l of three
Strewn persons, good wagt.s, no v. ash
ing, at 1043 Mneleentn s.ltcU Puona
MULTIPLE ELECTROLYSIS Superflu
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one eo six
needles: four to six hours' work in
,..!- mlh ii.enl-s Aditr.sc MI.a
A. M. Kittridge. Fiat 1. Argy.e F1-.IS,
Brady street. lJaverp rt old poone
2124. Out of town until Oct. 1. :
KXPBICSS AKD STOMACH
RELIABLE STORAGE On firitt floor;
wagon covers, etc- Tents for rent;
aiso r.ianutacturer of awn. rigs, tents.
Koessler & Co.. 309 Fifteenth street.
1BS1HAU9 OF TITLB.
ABSTRACTS of titie prepared or con
t.i.jd to date cover.:. aa real es
tate in the county, prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates
P.ock Is. and Title & Abstract com
t ill) ; J. J. Ingram, .resident; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary, 2i0-25l second
Coor. People's National bank bul.d
lr.g. Ruck Isiand.
IF you want to begin or expand bust- i
U, v. 'IV LI, dltl Ol 4IUC l
burn. Saskatchewan. We want indus
tries, reia.itrs ana wnuiesa.vrs. r. . e. - i
trie power, water, fuel, cheas Bu.lJ- '
ers w:tn catd'al needed, pocinoa !
doubled ttu y tax. J
FOIl BALE CITT PHOPERTI.
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, a new elx
room all modern house, on account of
party leaving city, at 120 Twelfth
FOR SALE New five-room cottage,
with water and sewer; price tl.SoO.
Inquire top of hill on Tower road.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located at 27S6 Flft'.i ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn, 610 Twenty
eigiuh strtet, city.
FOR SALE Lots In Island View Heights
addition; finest in the city; ask for
frices and terms. C. S. McDanleL. 60S
Safety building. Rock Island.
SALE Strictly modern eight-
room house; party leaving city; bar
gain if taken at once. ilS Thirty
ninth street. Phone west S39-L.
FOR SALE Two east front lots and
mail house on Twenty-fifth street;
rrices reasonable. Inquire at 1518
Twenty-fifth street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE On easy terms; six-room
house on Seventeenth street, opposite
Aiken street; wi! rent. J. Waeda, 1(11
FOR SAI.E Eight-room modern house,
l.alf block from two car lines, at
I:S Fifth-and-a-half avenue. In
quire at 2828 Fifth-and-a-half ave
FOR SALE Lots In Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments $5 per mouth.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old plione
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
2 Mi acres of ground, with well and
en-tern; located one block from car
line; will sacriiice if sold before Sept.
30. Address "S. G. S ." care Argus.
FOR SALE Lots in South llcixhts.
toifl'i of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $20 down, balance in five
yearn. E. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone we-st 11S5-K.
FOR SALE Fine suburban property,
two acres, near city; best facilities:
10-ruom house, good outbuildings,
fine water, tine drainage, fruit and
garden; best reason for selling.
Phone west D07-L. A. F. Schinld.
FOR SALE At a bargain if taken at
once, a modern eight-room nouse,
centrally located and near all car
lines; hot water heat, gas. electric
light; lot 60x140. For particulars ad-'
dn ss "Y'.," care Argus, or call west
A good lot on a buslner.s street,
close In; Is offered at a bargain for
a (lulck sale.
F.ight-room modern house;
water heat; two bath rooms.
Rtal Estate and Insurance; 316 Safety
FOR SALE LAN US.
FOR SALE Eighty acres of lmproveu
liinif, two miles northwest of Taylor
Ridjje. Inquire on premises for terms.
""w "'"" Is head young cattio.
FOR SALE 112 acres timber and pas
i ure lanj.
i miifs west ot .Milan.
Bios., ro.'m 4. State Bank
FOR SALE Eighty-acre farm, near
M.ian. known as Die Brodrich farm.
C a'i on Kiddy Bros, lor particulars;
room 4, Stale Bank bciidlng.
FOR SALE At reasonable price, a 120
eere farm, wo miles nrth and one
hulf inila west of Taylor Ridge; good
Improvements. Address Mrs. Martha
McAfee. 10 Thirteenth ivenue.
i OK SAI.K
r trade 320 acres of
western land at a bargain. No Im
provements, but surrounded by im
proved farms. Wheat this yerr
tnie.-hes over 30 bushels. Fine corn
crop. Splendid water supply. Write
Western, care The Argus.
(The Best Is the Cheapest!
FIRE. LIFE. l.lGilTNINU AND WIND
Office. 17S Third avfi. Rs'es rea
sonable. ROCK ISLAND. ILU
0TRACTOKS AND BITI.DEKS.
Joke. VoUih & C
Manufacturers of Sash. Doors, Blinds
and stairs, interior t:n:sn of all kinds
Hardwood Veneer Florring and deal- I
I era in Glass, ill ana 323 Eighteenth
news all the time The
Is here. Get away from work
and worry. 'f you need some
cioney for your trip, remember
twat we are headquarters for pri
vate loans. No payment due un
til you gut back to work, then a
l.ttle eacn week or month as you
An Investigation will convince
you that our rates charged are
as low as the Ijwest. and that our
easy payment p. an. is moat con
venient. Loans on furniture, pianos,
teams, or any f trsoi.il property,
tame beicg left in your posses
sion at all times.
f 1 20 per week pays a 150 loaa
In 6m weeks.
If you cannot come in a phone
call or Utter wiil bring our cod
tdcr.ual agent to your house at
t-r.ee. Loan made same day .
PRIVATE AND RELIABLE.
sfr!7 Lean Cc,
219 Brsdy Street.
Bll teieano.ie North 2425.
Wednesday and galunday
fob sale ncn.tisiwr.
FOR SALE Parrot at 1702 ft Third ave
.nue. FOR SALE: Folding
FOR SALE A golden osk sideboard.
Inquire 744 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Cheap, one brussels rug
9xl2j; no dealers; 823 Seventeenth
WANTED A heavy work horse at E.
B. McKown's coal office, 1401 Second
FOR BALE A Cuban parrot: good talk
er. Call between hours S to 6; 5S
FOR SALE Cheap if taken at once, a
three-horse power launch. Inquire
Ed Lothrtdge. Mill street-
FOR SALE Cheap, an upright piano,
but little used; walnut case. Inquire
at Robb'a Express, 226 Seventeenth
FOR SALE; Grapes for Jelly: two and
one-half cents a pound; delivered in
24-pound baskets. H- F. Spitsnas. Call
831 west ring i.
FOR SALE Scholarship for Browns
Business college for 20 weeks. Great
education for quick sale. Address
"M H ' care of The Argus.
FOR SALE Cheap, pleasure launch, 23
feet long, 5-foot beam. 8-horse power
engine . For particulars address Box
4;S, 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 219 Twentieth
s .rt et.
FOR SALE Rubber tired buggy and
single harness: also double couch. 33
pounds of goose leathers, and folding
go-Cart. Inquire 1230 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR SALE Wicker baby carriage;
good as new, !.".uo; mahogany parlor
set, mahogany library table, mission
hull clock, pictures and two saddles.
&03 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE! Quick, bedstead, commode,
stands, rockers, range gas stove,
sleds, bookcases, photo coops, lawn
mower, baby carriage, etc.; leaving
city. Inquire 11. A. Weld. 1110 Twenty-first
street. Phone west 1277-X.
FOR SALE Good furniture, enough for
seven or fclgnt-room house, with steel
range, gas range, leather davenport
and lounge, swell uprlgnt piano near
ly new; total cost now of all, $300.
This whula lot can now ba bought on
easy payments lor 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
In the Circuit Court, September
term, A. D. J912. In Chancery.
Lauretta Slattery, complainant, vs. Jo
seph J. Gross, Frony F. Gross, John Ko
uosky; yulnn Manufacturing company, a
corporation; Western Specialty com
pany, a corporation; Fred Wernontin,
Jr., trustee, and Norman S. Johnson,
Affidavit of non-residence of the above
named yuinn Manufacturing company, a
corporation; Western Specially com
pany, a corporation, and Fred Wernen
tln, Jr., trustee, impleaded with the
above defendants, Joseph J. Gross,
l-'rony F. Gross, John Konosky and
Norman S. Johnson, having been tiled
in the clerk's office of the circuit court
of said county, notica is tiiereiore here
by given to the said non-resident de
fendants that tne complainant nled her
bill of complaint in Bald court, on the
chancery side tnereof, on the 17th 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 la by law
Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendants above named, Quinn Manu
facturing company, a corporation;
Western Specially company, a corpora
tion, and Fred Wementin. Jr., trustee,
shall personally appear before said cir
cuit court, on the first day ot the next
term thereof, to be holden 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 a bill of complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein
charged and staled will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill.
GcOKGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island, 111.. Aug. 17. 1912.
Marion li. Sweeney, complainant's so
licitor. 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 ot
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will appear before the Hon. Bunja
min Bell, judge of the probate court of
Rock Island county, at the probate court
room, in the citv of Rock Island, at the
t October, 1912, term, on. the iirt-t Monday
in October next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said e.iate
are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this 21st day of August, A D.
1912. MARY E. BENNETT,
Connelly & Connelly, attcrneya at
law. Ruck Island. 111.
"Can be depended upon" la aa ex
nreRtdon we all like to Lear, arid when
i -t i. n ,nnt.tkn with rhimhw.
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it means that It never fails to
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
complaints. It Is pleasant to take and
equally valuable for children and
adul's. Sold by all druggists.
! Bells Daanrft & IBffifffnnip
j Room 14, State Bank Building.
42nd street, lath avenue. Don t pay
(rent. Six-room house, city water, and
; all in good shape, price, tl.900. Terms
i to suit.
I 14th street snd 14th avenue. Near
' Long View park. Six rooms, city water,
i sewer, gas, etc. A nice horns at the
right price. Lot 4uxl40. Price, 12.300.
14th street and 16lh avenue . Eight
rooms, bath, hot air furnace .gas and
electric lights. Lot 40x140. All in nice
shape. Pricl 12,300. Cheaper than you
Jjth street and 8th avenue. Seven
; rooms .two-st iry frame, batn. furnace.
gas ar.d electric lights. Lot ofixii J and
an ideal location. Price, 11.600.
j liith street and 10th avenue. Eight
: room house; a.l modern, tine location
ar.d sn Ideal home. Price, !4.s0u.
280-acre farm in Scott county. Owner
! wants to retire on account of age. Will
J take two or three houses as part pay
ment. If you are Interested in lots, acre
' tracts, or farms, write, phone or com
j and see us.
ECKHART & BUFFUivi
Room 14, State Bank Building.
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. September term.
1912. In Chancery.
Albert E- Snogren. Joseph E. Shogren, ;
Peter N. aaogrtn. Esther N. Carlson and
Helen C. Snogren. complainants, vs.
Earl H. Lundgren. Evelyn l.unagren. :
Clair Lundgren. Oscar Lundgren, and
Central Trust 4 Savings Bank of Rock j
Island, 111., defendants.
Affidavit of non-residence of Earl H. I
Lundgren. Evelyn Lundgren. Clair
Lunderen and Oscar Lundgren. implead- i
led witn the above defendant. Central I
Trust A Savings bank of Roctc island. ;
111., having been filed in the clerk's of- i
flee of the circuit court ot said county, i
notice Is therefore hereby given to the !
said non-resident defendants tnat tha j
complainants filed their bill of com- :
plaint in said court, on the chancery '
side thereof, on the 2otn day of Ju.yj
1912, and that thereupon a summons in
chancery was issued out of said court ,
in t-aid suit against you, the said lion- .
resident defendants, directed to tne
sheriff of aald Rock Island county-
execute, returnable to the next Septem
ber term, 19.12, of said circuit court.
Now, unless you, tha aald non-resldant
defendants above named. Earl H. Lund
gren. Evelyn Lundgren. Clair Lundgren
nd Oscar Lundgren. shall personally be
and appear before said circuit court, on
ihe first day of the next term thereof, to
be holden at Rock Island in and for
said county, on the third Monday in
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 slated
will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according to
the nraver of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island, 111.. Aug. 15. 1912.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, complain
State of Illinois. County of Rock Is
Circuit Court of Rock Island County.
September term, A. D. 1912.
F. IL First vs. Jesse Baldwin. Dora
Bald-wit. In attachment.
Publio 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
court of Rock Island county, dated the
jth day of August, A. D. 1912. at the
suit of the said F. li. First and against
the estate of the said Jesse Baldwin and
Dora Baldwin, for the sum of one hun
dred ninety-live dollars, directed to the
sheriff ot said Rock Island county,
which aaid v. rit has been returned ex
ecuted. Now. therefore, unless you. the said
Jesse Baldwin and Dora Baldwin, shall
personally be and appear before the
said circuit court of Rock Island coun
ty, on tha 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 lth 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 aald F. IL First, and so
much of the property attached as may
be sufficient to satisfy the said Judg
ment and costs will be sold to satisfy
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clark
Clarence J. Schroeder, plalntlo' at
Aug. 7. A. D 1912.
Notice of PnllcatlB.
State of Illinois, 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
tiled in the clerk'a office of the circuit
court of said county, notiPe Is therefore
heneby given to tne said non-resident
defendant that the complainant tiled
her bill of complaint In said court, on
the chancery side theieof, on the 29th
day of November, 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. 1912
next, as is by law required, and also an
alias summons returnable on the third
Monday of September, A. D. 1912.
Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendant above named,, shall per
sonally be and appear beiure said cir
cuit court, on the first day of the next
term thereof, to ba holden at Rock Is
land, In and for said county, on the
said third Monday of September next,
and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the
same and the matters and things charg
ed therein will be taken aj confessed,
and a decree entered against you ac
cording to the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Aug. 12. 1912.
Adair Pleasants, complainant's solic
itor. Notice of Final Scttlemrat.
Estate of Timothy Beecher, deceased.
Publis notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, J. D. Beecher, administrator
of the estate of Timothy Beecher, de
ceased, has this day nled his final re
port and fcetllement as such in the pro
bate court of Rock island county, and
hearing on said report has been set tor
Sept. 4. 1912. at 9 o'clock a. m at whlcn
time persons interested may appearand
make objections thereto, and if no ob
jections are tiled, said report will be ap
proved at that time, and tha undersign
ed will ask for an order of distribution,
and will aiso ask to be dischargeu.
Rock Island, Hi.. Aug. 8, 1912.
J. D. BEECHER, Administrator.
James W. Maucker, attorney.
Notice of Flaal Settlemeat.
Estate of Reverdy E. Igleliart,
Public notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, Ralph Igleliart, ad
ministrator of said estate, has this day ,
filed his final report and settlement as
such in the probate court of Rock Is- i
land county, and hearing on said report j
has been set lor dept. 6, I'jl2. at 'i I
o'clock a. m., at which time persons in
terested may appear and make objec- 1
ttons thereto, and if no objections are
filed, said report will be approved at .
tnat time, and the undersigned will ask
fo ran order of distribution, and will -
also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island. 111 . Aug. 12. 1912. j
The real estate of the late Joseph
Cameron, deceased, which has been of
fered since the 2Dth day of July,. A D.
1S12. at private sale, by E. E. Lawyer,
trustee. Is now offered at public sale to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
and notice is therefore hereby given
that on Saturday. Sept. 7, at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m., I. the undersigned, will
offer for anle, and sell at the premises la
be sold, the following described real
estate, to-wlt: The south 64 feet of the
west 142 feet of outlot 10, with the
brick tenement house thereon; also tiie
north 40 feet ot ths west 142 feet of
said outlot 10. with frame dwelling
thereon: also the north 47 feet of the
east 142 feet of said outlot 10, with mod
ern brick dwelling thereon, all situated
In the east half of tha southeast quar.
tcr of section thirty-five, township sigh,
teen north, range two west of the fourth
principal meridian, according to as
Sor'S plat of A. D. 1864.
E. E. LAWYER, Trustee.
1702 Second avenue. Rock Island. 111.
W. C. Allen and Robert R. Reynolds,
attorneys for trustee.
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
pui it in tne papers ih
where the whole world
can openjy read and h
see it, for we know our
prices on loans, furni- M
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. UL
Phone W. 177
IJ -lWIl l. JlflHH II
NORTHERN STEAMBOAT CO.
SPECIAL SIX DAY
ON THE LARGE FINE S1DEWHEEL
Davenport, Iowa to 8L Paul,
and return, Including tha aids
trip up Lake St. Croix to Stillwater.
SATURDAY, AUCUST 31
SAT. SEPTEMBER 7
AT 3 P. M.
The same excellent service will ba
Write for reservations at onoa to
W. H. LAMONT KTAL
Rock Island Transfer
Storage S Coal Co.
Office, 1714 Third Avenue.
Coal Yard 2109-13 Third Avenue
Springfield lump coaL
Sherman lump coal.
TELEPHONE WEST 985.
. ... 5 0ft
' $i up 8
Mitchell S Lyajje BuIIdin,
over State bank.
17th St. and 2d Ate.
OF REAL ESTATE