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Argus Branch Offices jl
For the a-"fmni'.1t!on "f Iti patron
In varioin pari .if the ritv, The Arpu
rm efitrtblliihrd n nvntcni of hranrh ')f
tlrfm, wh-rti ulj-ripti(;n and.WHrit urt
vertlBjnjf n;ay bo rtci.lv-d and any In
firmKti"n l-f t that rr.ay jrtaJn to nny
U'-part' nt of tii psip-r. ik-v. s or fcus'.
!itt. in a no pifinned to tav at rach
'f h"( bran''h .ftl. " evcrv r'.t-nr:? a
iipply of r,clH of The Arr;l- "r the
dciv, 1.3 that any 'ibs-.ribrr who mav
hv f.;ld tinder any elrr;urn;anre. to
rlvo tha paper, will be'fcupylifcd tree
Tli Arr'iii chain of branch offices
lnfludrg th folluwlnjf:
J. J. Kljp noii n ctore, Fifth
H. K. Rowc'g pharmacy, 4tl8 Four
t nth avenue.
.'chneldrr's drnir plor. Twer.ty-nev-rn'h
!r'-t. Sr-.t.tli nvrr.-je.
I. 'Ilf rr.cyer'B dniK ctorc, K'.evtnth ave
m:. Klftnfh tri'et.
I)aly' lunch room, 403 Fourth ave
ti'j". Mrs. T.onrlrn' nnt!on rfore. Seventh
rtrt. Fourteenth avenje.
Jfeimbeck pharmacy, 23 Third ave
ru. Rrnet Ebe.rta' Rrocery, 925 Eleventh
Tludrrt druif utore, Tliirtl'th street
end Fifth aver. tie.
Colljre pharmacy, Stventh avenue
and Thlrt v-eichth fX-"t-i.
Oinon t;rorery. Thirteenth avenue and
steirn-r (Irtin 5tor-, ron;r Fifih ave
rse fcr;d Tveniy-tJi!rd Ftre-t.
FOR KfCNT Mod-rii four-roorn t-".
lap'-, f in nl; li.-d or u if u-nt.shrd. In.
'uiri l(i6 T!'th Htre.-t.
FfK RF.NT Five-room hour., with nil i
modern 1 .veinen t y. at i'..:4 Twilftli!
street. I im 1. 1 r- i.'fb Turin i fsti'..t.
FOR KENT Modern eliit-roi :n l.ou.-'
at ljw Teirth i '.r.-.-t. R..(-k Ixl-ind. '
For (wrhiMiLi.. cali north 1123 I.. j
FiR RENT JMjTVnoni hoi:e; .n.trii-'
luht .and water; at Kiynth!
street. ini'Hre 1219 Third hviiuh: I
FOR RENT Klg:;.7-:r. 1 ,ir.e, r.ll
tnortern. ut 1405 tsreift: tvtijr, lu
'lulre i831 Tl: th-uncl-a-li'.f a-, .m.e.
3TOR RENT Or no'.s. sevon-ro.-n hocso
at 3102 Ninth ii.inue; tart oa-jn, bal
nco moiiinly puyment:-. J. ij.j(ien,
J'J Forty-f.ist k.icet. I'honu es!
roit r.n:, r-i lat j.
FOR RENT Arartmeut nlc-ly furnish"
d. 1'lione wist i;:u4.
I'OH RENT At on-e, two tix-room
f!at, new, stri-tly tnocl.rn. J'l.o..e
west 142t-X before noon.
FOR RENT Five-room flat. ::-.crri..
-onvi'iilent to l.org View r l.ne.
Inquire 2Si03 Thuiieiith i.vc.iue.
FOR RENT Five-room f.j.t :i: K .esTrr
building, oppo.-lte Hon I.. a::i sta
tion, jiiquue ia...nu:i iva. l'l.wne
FOR RENT Modern fmr-roo.n f.star.d
bath, re.'", ciicej. re., u. red. li.u.ura
loll', Third avenge. Roieiuieiu!
apa ri i.ict. t.
FOR RENT Furiis:ud modern nyart
ment, four ruoi,.t .t:: j l,.U:i, n h' o
field apartmeuta, 15ill Tinru uveuuc;
masonic icir.p. r.lsn
1 street al,U '
I lltll u v nue.
THE STATED MiiliTlNO OF TRIO
A lodge No. ;-7, y. F. & A. M . will
be held on t,;e lirst 'Jhuikiay of
each inontn. i;,i ml lor v.ork
n tho M. jl. Cefcrte. Ii: jrsda,
at f i. in. hii:iik trefiren
ait' ceruiaily invited, ley t.-utr e-r 1
, E. Hemenwaj, V. M.; W. Ii. I'eltu.
1. A, 1
Ll'FOUD POST. 243. G. A. R., meets
regularly e-n tho second ur.u fourtli
euiurday evenings of eucii uioi.tu at
i in In Memorial h.tll at the co::rt
house, w. .'.1. Johiisioii. co'iimauder;
E. 11 Buck, udjutaiit.
siiwrii::..i. a r i oiik .
jACKbON. liLRbl S TAF1' Ol-l At
torney s-at -law. O ;'.'.i o la itovi. Isiand
Nanoi.al tana buildiug.
fcEARLE MAKSUALL Lawyers.
Money to loan wn jji'J real eatato
security. Rooms, id nd &u4 gaiety
DuU.H:.. Hock Island. 111.
WILLIAM M. WALTER Attorney;
geiirai law busmeas, corporation,
probata and reai ta'.ate law; ill fiu
plus bank building. Phone wvat ii-J.
.WALKER. INGRAM at SWluiMiV-At-lorbeys
ai d counselors at law. Money
to loan on rtal estate. Rooms iuO
Jul. Peopia s National bank ta.ldii.g.
M ENIRT M EN1RV Attorneys-at-lar.
Loan money on good ec.irii;
make collections. References. Aiittii
ell Lynfe. bankers, unlet, Mitchell
at L noa building.
CALL phone west ! tor bus service;
meet ail nig hi trains. New Harper
House Baa service.
LET Froaa do your paper har.glng. 15
cents a roi., wail paper at i cri.i a
roilar.duw; 60s i v. euiy-fourth street.
Phone witt 1664-K.
IF TOC WANT to buy, sell, trade
rent anythftig. eag. help or aceur.
a situation, the Mail aid Journal
wants brinx r :it One-ha'f ctot
PLPERFLUOVS hair and moli on fce
and urn perxur.eiitl reiajvd with
tne to s.x neeuics. Ad-Jrcss MlfJ A. AL
Klt:rde. Flat 1; Aiify.e Flats. ;,ra-
CONTRACT OK a AND St'ILDCRS.
ToI.s- Voik tTc
.HtL'Tl .1 Ihiu.
K.TiufTturrrs rf tah. D"-or. Cl'r.ds
and t'aira. Interior Br.Uh of aii Alr.da.
Ha.-dwood Venter l-o.irmg ii'J d-.l-
ra in olasa 211 22 a:&!t
, mcSpSS iSnr-'1 ;( Hits, his stpeH ' .
' M RftT,c.e-RT 'w"' i p, good cTCf-e.R.,.rr- ' j - 7 . ' i r-ror,-
- V i . T w . . I r-f, ST . I I , J i saT i I '- f Te3 A A - a. m.. I . jt l. ) I - J 11. ' &
f m J FCH REJfT nOOM). I WAK1SD-XALE HELP. I WASTED MISCELLATf KOC J FOR ULB-C1TT PROPKRTT. J gAIJMIEAyEOPS.
IV wtcro FORKKXT-M.rnfnrnl.hMrnom.l .
per o,d la the priu. to al alike, cash ! J"UJ " r"J "5 " ? ,hnutl U th"V
advanca; two-cent alan-.pa will do. j J,'r " ..'..e.. ti , .t "al1 no,n-resl-..v.ning
citLrduy Mall and JfuraaL , R r f;1' ,dan V, "l ' "l t-orr.plair.snt
Mo. ma Til n.td ris bill of complaint in said court.
o an. , n chancery e.dt thereof, on the
- " I&tli d.iv of July. A. D. 1913. and that
A WEE BIT TOO MUCH STEAM FOR BEN'S
FOR F.KN'T Modern furnished room at
1107 Fourth avenue.
FOlt-rtENT Iipht housekeeping rooms
at 217 Sixteenth street.
5'OR RK.N'T Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at S07 Third street.
Fort RENT Modern furnished rooms
lor (tentlement. Inquire at 414 Twelfth
FOF. r.li.NT Twc famished rooms for
light liousskeeping. In-julr 14t8
'lu. id avenue.
FOU RKNT Furnixhed rooms for light
huun'ke. plhK at 1405 Fourth avenue.
I'huno wtst '3iy.
I'OH HKNT Three or four furnished
1""-tiis fur housekeeping, modern; 823
FOR KENT Furnished rooms for light
huusekei-plng; Hj Fourth avenue.
Fiiono west 231.
1 OR RENT Two room for light
imii.ke. ping, batn pud use of pliune,
at -J 12 Fifth avenue.
FOli KENT Two rooms for light
h isi keeplng; luundry privileges, ln
UUiis i.37 Seveiiteenla street.
For ilK.MT Midern furnished rooms
for liht liousi keepir.g al 11U1 Four
li i l.tn-unU-tt-fc jlf street.
FOR RENT Comfortable furnished
Iront ruum at ODl Twenty-fourth
meet. Rhone west lUi-U.
J'olt I-KNT Modern furnished front
iK.-:n. suitable for two, 718 tseven-ti-i
i.ui sireel. Fliotie west 2721.
I'Oit KENT Modern sleeping or light
hi ufct ii epli.g rw.ns. l ui niHtiedor uu
lurmshed. .l 712 becond avenue.
FOR Ki'XT Two modern furnished
roomM for light hum ekeeplng, in prl
vute family; 1H2 tjeeond avenue.
FOR KENT Modern furnished room
lor gentleman. Apply Flat No. A,
.v.veeuv flats, 2trl6 'i'hlrd avenue.
l'OR RENT Two furnished rnrai for
! l.fcht nounekeeping. in modern home;
I t ui pnone. a.u iii'i rourtn avenue.
l'OR HhNX Furnished room, with
b"aru. in privnte taiuiiy, at
j jr'iiurt: avctiue; naKiern conveniences.
FUR RENT Modern lltfht housekeen-
lounia, bisu iior.i rocni suitable
lor uvo. InQuire J2u4 Third avenue.
Foli RENT .Modern furnished front
room u ono er two gentlemen at Sji
i wei'ty-nrsi atre.ct. i'tions west
FOR RENT One large Xurniehed front
I 'oiu. modern, Kiiituble lor two or
three gentlemen, at 1627 Sixth ave
nue. l'OR RENT Two modern light house
Ki ei.t: rooms, to parvy wunout chil-ui-t-ii,
di 12u 'iniid avenue; use of
FC R RENT Two modern furnished
l eht no j.-iekeepmg rooms ul Suv
eiiueiith tirti, use of laundry and
FOR RUNT M'.tlern furnlslied front
loom to one or two ladles; br'ki.it
ii uifc.ri-u": ul toev eiiileentn treei.
1 h.mo west 674.
Fi 'it RENT Nice, clean mens for light'
Iioiim k ..plug; li im dei n. newly iur-
i:isl.-.1: private lainily; at 113J Four
t ehth-and-a-half street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished cool
loon j for llfeht liouseket i,iig ; no
i nuuien or pen,; rales lo diciiui Deo-
l-'e; 1110 Second avenue.
Foit ilE.N'T Furnished modern front
loom, on h.lm e-ar Hue. at 712 Twenty
IiUn atreei. pliune west 2311 alter 6
p. in, or call Airs. Trent, suit uepart-iii.-ni,
at ioul: MeCVmiia.
iOST AND I'Ol.Sa,
L 'ST A bri:idle (female; pup. with
u nllo ineek. Liberal reward lor re
turn to J22 Eighteenth street.
LOST On Fourth avenue car, an en
velope containing currency. Pleoae
leave at The Argus oihee and receive
LOST On ferry or Long View cur,
Wednesday, bunch if keys. Return to
1 .a Krt-i.ee Johnson, Jili Seventeenth
l. -et t. Phone west ii'O-K.
PK. SA NTS
h-.Mt-L I le.itings. 2c yard up; accord
cm pickings, 4c yard up. Buttons
covered from scraps of goods, lt'o
doin up: all sizes, styles an! colored
ivory runs. Felt pennants, pillow
O'vers. etc. Button holes made;
pinking, spor.g'ng, dress forms, etc.
Jjavenport Pleail-ig. Button &. Novel
ty company. 24u Soutn Putnam build
ing, Lavenport. phone north t'i'i.
Send lor oiiculara.
Hh-NH V 'iAETHJE Piuprletor Chlp
plaunoca nursery. Cut Cowers and
deii,u of all -Hinds. City store, liv'i
fcefomt avenue. Paona me.
.Notice f Pnblieatioa.
State of Illinois- Rock Island Coun-
. !f. u,"',rirc,jU Court; September term,
a. I. iy3.
Theophie! Van Ruimbeke vs. jjary
Van Rtilir.bike. In Chancery.
,bv, '...VL,.??"-' dLm'" l J
f''", ,.ko dtirnd""t Mr' ,
I in" ,Cv.. l'a'nK been filed In
" .... . - tue circuit
t Hereupon a su.r.mons Issued out of
said court, wherein said suit is now
pending, returnable on the third Mon
day in the month of September next, as
U by law required.
I ecnt dcf,r.dant above named. Mary Van
Kulacoeke. shall personally be and ap-
s i i z - I i
pear before sil clreult court, cn the Brook s addition to East Rock Is'.and.
llrjl d.y c-f the next term thereof, to hej in the city of Rock Isiand, 111. Tr.erc
holiicn at r.xk Isiand in and for thej fore, according to said command I
eald cur-ty, on the third Monday in j shall expoo for sale at public auction
M-pirmwr i.ext. ana pieaa. answer or)
demur to the said complainant's blil of
eotnrlr nt, tne same and tne matters
and things therein charged and elated
w.ii oe umcn to.iireseo, r.ct a ae
' rree entered against you according to
I the prayer of eaid blil.
j G-.o;:t5E W. GAM3LE. Clerk.
Ro-k l-!and. I I. Aug. 2. A. D. 1913.
s, lir.vi-r Sehriver. eomnlalnxnt'a
THE ROCK ISLAND
WANTED Laborers in the foundry.
Keck Island ilanufaotariug company.
WANTED Metal nattern maker at
Rock Island Manufacturing company.
WANTED Men: steady -work; apply
Rock Island Bridge & Iron works.
WANTED Competent yo'.mg man at
Adams Wall Paiier company, 312-316
WANTED Youne men to sell poods on
Rock Island passenger train; Ioiik
run. Apply J. J. iri-ier news stand.
Rock Island depot. Rock Island.
WANTED Clgarmakers: hand and
form work: steady; come to- the lake
regiom of Minnesota and bo comfort
able. Kuhles & Stock. St. Paul. Minn.
WANTED Men to learn the harbor
trade; best trade in existence for
poor men: machinery can't kill it;
our graduates greatly in demand;
few weeks completes; tools given;
catalogue free. Moler Barber col
lege. Chicago, 111.
WANTED Carpenters: steady work fo
A 1 mechanics; cents per hour;
no labor trouble. Apply ready i
work at either of the following
places: Sixth avenue and sixteenth
street. Moline. new Deere Harvester
Job. East Mc-line. or Main office. Rock
Island. Henry w . Morst.
WAVTErt FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Girl at Wright's restaurant,
160S Second avenue.
WANTED Girl to 5o general work in
boarding house; 3013 Fiftn avenue .
WANTED Girls at the Crescent Maca
roni it Cracker company, Davenport,
WANTED Experienced waitresses, at
Fifth avenue cafe, 3u34 Fifth avenue,
WANTED Woman to do general house
work: middle as'd wc-:nan preferred.
Apply 427 Seventh. avenue.
WANTED Competent girl in family of
' two: Kood wages; small house; no
washing. Phone we.it 1375.
WANTED A competent g!rl to do
housework. Mrs. H. II. Clenvelund,
S05 Nineteenth street. Rock i.sldi.d.
WANTED Lr.dy bookkeeper; answer
in own hujid writ lng. slaving experi
ence and salary expected. Address
"JJJ ." care Argus.
WANTED Ladies to make shields at
home; 120 per 100; ordinary, plalo
sewing; c;:n make four an hour: ma
terial furnished: work sent prepaid,
send stum lied addressed envcupe for
particulars, paragon Supply co-.i;p;i ny,
L334 Myrtle avenue. Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED I "a.dies to make shield.-" at
home; f-' per ll: ordinary, phijn
sewing: can make four an hour: ma
terial furnished; work sent prepaid;
send stamped addressed envelope for
particular. Paragon Supjlr com
pany. F 3G4 Myrtle avenue-, "Kansas
WANTED Air-nts; Gilson gasoline
saver: patented; guaranteed fo save
25 per cent on automobile gasoline;
$5 commission per sale. Lake Shore
Supply company, room 609, 2C0 South
I-aS.'.lie street, Chicago, 111.
WANTED Agents; double your income
selllnsr guaranteed knit gootl for
lnrest manufacturer in America;
write for free ou:fit and particulars
of greatest money making proposi
tion ever offered. Madison Mills, 4SG
Broadway, New 1'ork City.
WAlfTEW SI V ATIOXS.
WANTED Po-sition at once: exerlenc
ed stenographer; can furnish best of
reference. Call Miss Wall, west 1141,
cr Witt aOl-V. alter C p. m.
MR- LAXDhOKD We want you to no
tify us by telephone or postal whea
your house is vacant; we have a com
p'ete list of the tri-cltles. and hare
0 to 4 0 applications daily for
houses; we will send them and with
out one cent of expense lo you. Sum
taerfleld'e. 113-115 East Second street,
PER SON A 1,
v A i ru Aiy customers to know tat
1 have returned home and can be
reached by addressing P. O. Box 246
Davenport. Iowa. Try my saive. Its
a sure cure for eczema, catarrh of the
nose, piles, ail kinds of sores, burns,
ulcers, etc. Only 59 cents a box.
Mrs. M. Cosgrove.
By virtue of an execution issued out
of the clerk's tiffice of the circuit court
of Kock Island county, and state of
Illinois, and to me directed, whereby 1
am commanded to make the atsount of
a certa.n Judgment recently obtained
against Joseph Brogajt, in favor ef Pat
rick Brogan. out of the lands, tene
ments, goods and chattels of the said
Joseph Brogan. I have levied on the
following described property, to-wlt:
All the right, title and interest of the
said josepn Brogan in and to lot two
j ill, block two u), in William E
til tne rigrt, title and interest of the
a core named Joseph Brfgan in a:id to
the above described property, at 3 a
o'clock a. rr. r-n Saturday, the ICi-i day
of August. 1913, a; the east door of the
court house in Reck Inland.
Dated at P.ock Island, Hi., this ::rd
day of July, A. D. 19; S.
O. I. ERCXER,
tifceriff of Rook Island 0-unty.
Per WKllaa ft. B-ouU, titpaty.
WANTED Dressmaking; 1207 Fourth
WANTED Table boarders at 104 Thir
WANTED Experienced lady bookkeep
er. Address "M.," care Argus.
WANTED Washing and Ironing, nice
ly done, at 617 Thirty-fifth street.
WANTED Situation os cook In small
family. Inquire 2733 Seventh avenue.
WANTED Lac curtains to launder at
144S Fourteenth street. Mrs. Luella
WANTED Dressmaking and plain
sewing. Inquire J45 Fourteenth-and-
WANTEDTo buy. a. & H.green trad
ing stamp books iilicd or partly fill
ed, call at 14 iiitiventu street.
WANTED By lady employed, three
rooms on ground floor, for light
nouseKeeping; gooa ray. Address
ii.,'' tare Argus.
Wa.NTED--Seaond hand steel or Iron
smokestack or pipe net less than four
teet in diameter and 2i feet long.
Address "F. J. hi.," care Argus.
WANTED A lady employed to share a
nicely furnished flat, with lady; one
who will be cc-muanionable: 1320
Fitth-and-a-ha'.f avenue. Rhone west
WANTED 100 men to buy health and
accident policies in the Badger Cas
ualmy company. We pay for the first
week of sickness, for Ji per inoaith.
Call on 1. A. Dillavon, manager, 326
toevenieentri street, hock isiana.
WANTED Money ir this no catches
your eye, aou you need a little he. p.
call, write, pnono or send messenger
boy to our new location, 1619 Second
avenue. Rock Island, for all personal
loans, such as diamonds watches, jew
elry, furniture, planoa. or high grade
articles ol any Kind; no matter what
it may be. private paiiors for ladies
or gents; 1619 Second avenue. Phone
west 177. Jyhnny Jones, since 1SS4,
manager. Ouice liours open every
WAXTED 3IAUK AXD FELK.
WANTED Resident salesperson for
office supplies and sundries; concern
will cooperate heartily with the right
man (or woman). F. W. R., 300 West
Indiana street, Chicago.
HVVED1SH MOVEMENT Miss A. Em
arson, gradua;d Swedish masseuse,
gives treatment in private homes and
at office by appoiulmeut. Phone weal
2l5t: office, bia Seventeentn street.
BICYCLF-S i.AU MOTORCYCLES.
etc.; cue prices; 135 Flying Merkel
bicycles at wholesale price, 125 (.or
ange and blue enameled f. Iti-'ilQ
iatit Third street. DaveuporL
Estate of Celestia E. Mungcr, de
ceased. Tiie undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Celestia E. Munger, late
tf tut- county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that lie will appear before the Hon.
Benjamin Bell, judge of ithe probate
court of Rock i.sland county, at the
prooate court room, in the city of Rock
lialiid, at the September term, on the
lust Monday in September next, ax
winch time all persons having claims
against said t state, are notihed and re
tiuesied to attend lc-r the nurnos of
having the same adjusted. All persons
Indebted to said estate are requested to
matte immediate payment lo tne under
Dated 15th day of Julv, A. D. 19iJ.
J. FRANK Ml NUrJR, Executor.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
Estate of Frank Stempel. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix or the estate of
Frank Stempei, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
iiereoy gives notice that she will ap
pear beiore the Hon. Benjamin Beil
judge of the Rrobate court of Rock Is
lanu county, at tne probate court room.
in tne city or Kock isiand, at the Sep
tember term, on the first Monday in
September next, at whicn time all per
sons having claims against said "iate
are notified iud requested to o-ttend
Tor tne purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate
payment to uie undersigned.
Dated 2itV. day of June. A. D. 1913.
MRS. At - A 1L STROEULE,
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Frank Liekefetu deceased.
Public notice is nererjy given that the
undersigned. John S. Mt Council, has
this- day hied his final report and set
tlement as such in the probate court of
Kqck Island county, and hearing on
said report l.aji been ael for May St,
11(13. al 10 o'clock a. m.. at which time
peraons interested may aptpear and
make objections thereto, ana if no ob
jections are filed, said reyort will beap
proped at that lime, and the under
signed will asK lor an orde.- of distri
bution, axd vin aiso ak lo be dis
charged. Rook Island, 111, May 9. 1113.
JOHN S. UoCOXXEl.T.
; Administrator witn the Will Annexed of
j Flunk Liekefett. deceased.
i Jackson. Hurst a; Stafford, attorneys
Estate of Joseph K. Chandler de
ceased. The undersigned caving been ap
pointed exocutur of the last will and
testament of Joseph H. Chandler late
ot tr.e count of i-tock Island su.te of
lll,noia deceased hereby gives notice
taat he will appear before the Hon.
Benjamin F. Beii. judge.of the probate
court of Rock lshuia county, at tne
f rebate court room, in the city of Rock
sland, at the July ie;-m. on the first
Monday in Jul7 next, at v.hicn time all
persons hviLi claims against e.tid es
tate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of ivlrg the
tame adjusted. Ail persons lr.deL.tfl to
said esuite are requested to make irr
meaiate payment in the uct'.craigned. "
Dated day of May. A. I). 191;."
James V. Mauckcr, attoiaey.
WANTED EuiMins that can be chang-
ed Into a range; must be good lo-
cation. Address C. M.," care Argua.
AUGUST 2. 1913.
FOR SALE Practically new, mVidern
eight-room house, with large sleep
ing porch, two blocks from city lim
its and Long View park; three lots.
frarage and chicken house; splendid
ocation and view. Phone west 1150.
FOR SALE Partly modern six-room
iiuuBc, large lu i. in cuuia nv .is
land. Phone west 2566.
FOR SALE Lot 50x145; will take horse
and urrey in part payment: balance
cash. Inquire 4100 Fourteenth ave
nue. FOR SALE Six-room bouse; all mod
ern; lot 50x150; located on Nineteenth
street; ptice, 3,600. Eckhart & Buf
fum. FOR SALE Two- lots. 60x130 feet;
paving Raid; one block from Long
View park. Inquire 1113 Fifteenth
FOR SALE Seven-room house, all mod
ern: party anxious to sell. For par
ticulars, inquire 929 Seventeenth
FOR 8ALE1 On installment plan, very
good terms, eight-room modern house
on Twelfth street, Rock Island. Phone
FOR SALIC Eight-room modern house
at 903 Fifteenth street; cheap if tak
en by Oct, 1. Inquire on premises
evenings and Sundays.
FOR SALE Good business property on
Seventeenth street between Third and
Fourtli avenues; tine investment. Ad
drss "S. G. 8.," care Argus.
FOR SALE Seven-room house; all
modern, oak finish, cement cellars;
located In Glcnhurst court; price,
J4.500. Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE Seven-room cottage: sew
ed, water, gas and electrio lights;
lot 4oxl20; located on Twelfth street;
price, J3.000. Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE Lots in Sheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue: payments cf S5 per month.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old phone
FOR SALE Six-room house; sewer,
water and gas; lot 40x140; located on
Fourteenth street; price. $2,300; $500
down and balance on time. Eckhart
FOR SALE Seven-room house, partly
modern, at a bargain; would consider
a good automobile and some cash.
Call at 210 Safety building. Phone
west ISIS, or 1029-X.
FOR SALE Four lots on Twelfth ave
nue and Eleventh street; will take
part cash, balance monthly payments.
inquire J. Bodeen, 630 Forty-first
street. Phone west 346.
FOR SALE Eight-room house; electric
light, furnace, good well and cis
tern, chicken house, barn; lot 125x
242. Inquire 2314 Twentieth avenue.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, all
modern; nice shade trees; lot 60x120;
located close to Atigustana college;
fine place for roomers; price, $4,5oi.
Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE One choice, level lot 60x
ISO feet, on Thirty-third street, be
tween Fourteenth and Sixteenth ave
nues; can be bought on easy terms.
Inquire 415 Nineteenth street.
FOR SALE On Thirty-fifth street,
biock from Elm car; sewer, city wa
ter; two level lots. 46x120; for $700;
six lots 4UxlS0, half level, half roll
ing, $900. Inquire 1200 XhirtJ-llt'th
FOR SALE Lots In Soutn Heights,
softtn of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeentn strceto; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance in five
years EL W. Robinson, 1464 Rich
mond street. Pr.one west 1165-K.
FOR SALE Or exchange, new eight
room house on Eleventh street; wired
for light: has colonnade, bain room
furnace, sink, and gas; will sacrifice
for quick sale; cash or small payment
down, balance to suit; win taite va
cant lot. small property, or horse and
buggy as part pay. Particulars at
2132 Ninth street. South Rock Island
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE 160 acres; good improve
merits: three miles of Wyoming, Iowa;
$22,000; easy terms. Address "M. E.,
FOR SALE Well improved 120-acre
farm: six miles west ol Andalusia,
For particulars, see F. J. So-have, the
owner, on tne piace.
FOR SALE Four fine, improved farms,
in corn belt, south of St. Paul; black
soil; easy terms. Owner, D. A. Reed,
400 Beacon street, St. Paul, Minn .
FOR SALE Best grape fruit orchard
investment ever olfered; we guaran
tee care for it until you get your
money back; agents wanted. hyte,
5722 Etrel avenue( St. Louis, Mo.
FOR SALE Two choice quarter sec
tions of land in Fall River county.
South Dakota, bordering Cheyenne
river, two miles from station, one
half mile from school house, R. F. 13.
and telephone: will consider trade
tor South Rock Island property. For
particulars, cail west llao-K.
Notice of Publication.
To All Persons Whom It May Con
cern: Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned. Francis K. Webster, guard
ian of Louis Vaugon Webster, minor.
will make application to the probate
court oi kock island county, ai a reg
ular term tnereoi, to oe field at tne
court house in the city of Rock Island,
in said county, on the first Monday of
August, A. D. 1913, being tne fourth
day tnereef, for an order and decree of
said court, directing her, as said guard
ian, to sell the following real estate
belonging to said minor, or so much
thereof as shaii seem to said court to
be to the interest of said minor, situated I
in tne county ot sciruyier and slate oi
Illinois, to-wit: The- undivided one
tenth interest in lot No. eleven 11;
the north one-half of lot No. ten tlO,
and five feet oft the south side of lot
No. twelve 12), all in block three of
William McCreery s addition to the
town (now . city) of Rushville, except
eighty feet oft the west end of ali of
raid tracts; lot No. two 2 In block two
2) of James G. McCreery's First addi-i
not o ine town (now city or liush
viile, in said county and slate; for tr.e
support and education of said minor,
and for the purpose of Investing such
of the proceeds of said sale as shall n' t
be immediately requisite for said sup
port and edu.-jiticn. in other real estate,
or of olherwise investing the same.
FRANCIS K. W'EBSTiilt.
Guardian of Said Minor.
If. D. Lewis, ar.ct Walker, lDfianj &
Drawn for this paper By Carl
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FOR SALE A surrey; phone west
FOR SALE Horses at SIS Twenty-second
FOR BALE Fresh milch cows;
west 853, three rings.
FOR SALE Six pigs; Peter Schlueter,
Ninth street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Milk route, wagons, horses
and cans. Address "B.," care Argus.
FOR SALE Two mule teams and one
single horse. Inquire A. D. Hucsing
FOR SALE Bay driving family horse.
Inquire Lawyer's Cigar store, 1708
Second avenue. .
FOR SALE Indian 1913 motorcycle:
cheap if taken at once; 112 Nine
teenth street, city.
FOR SALE Good black dirt, very rea
sonable. Inquire 2789 Eighth ave
nue. Phone -west 7S2-K.
FOR SALE Good, serviceable gray
mare, cneap it takken at once, in
quire 310 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE A barge. 12x36 feet long;
will sell cheap. Call at Hennepin
canal, mouth of Rock river.
FOR SALE , Five-passenger Moline
touring car at a bargain If taken at
once; 112 Nineteenth street. cty.
FOR SALE A riding pony; will sell
cneap) if taken at once. Phone west
1305. Inquire at 120 Eighteenth
FOR SALE A five-passenger automo
bile, 1912 model, in excellent condi
tion. Call at 2939 Thirteenth ave
nue. FOR SALE I must sell at once my
five-passenger car and runabout, both
in excellent condition. Address "M.
E. H." care Argus. Phone west 1345.
FOR SAfcE Complete butcher's outfit,
cheap if taken at once; also good
gentle riding and driving pony. In
quire 1606 Thirtieth street. Henry
FOR SALE Cabin launch, 30 feet long,
9 feet wide, 20-horsn power engine,
and 40-toot baFge; all first class con
dition. Address William Bentley,
FOR SALE Large horse, weighs 1,400
pounds, sound; one weighs 1,150
l-ounds. sound: sruaranteed. Inquire
1109 Eighth avenue. Call noons or
after 6 p. m.
FOR SALE Double Iron bedsprlng3
and felt mattress, also single beJ
steel range, cook stove, golden oak
folding lied, at 2223 Fourtn avenue.
Phono west 1458-K.
FOR SALE A good two-room build
ing, formerly me imi view r iorui
company office; to. be removed from
premises; can be used us garage;
1115 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE Three good milch cows
and one "-.cifer calf. Inquire even
ing at house, two doors from wagon
bridge on Wau-h Tower line, or
Watch Tower road.
FOR SALE Attachments for motor
cycles Presto tank, headlight, tail
liirht. brackets and hose, tandem seat
horn, two pumps, and two spark
plugs. Inquire 813 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Autos; if you are looking
for a good second band car, I can
lind it for you. I am in that busi
ness and handle nothing else. I buy
and list only good cars and demon
rtrate at once. Entire satisfaction
before you buy. Tri-Clty Auto Ex
change, 112 Nineteenth street, city.
FOR SALE On payments, restaurant,
cheap; good fixtures, well located,
good business, long lease, cheap rent;
come quick; look this snap over;
small payment down to right party.
Phone west 177; iei Second avenue,
or call and see J. W. Jones of the
Cut Rate Loan company. Rock Is
WE WILL BOND TOU Executors, ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees, or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodges and
society officers; city, state, or U. 8.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trflet; In fact, any kind of
bond you want (except bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes AV Cleave
land, resident managers. Fidelity et
Deposit Company of Maryland.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES.
AB3TRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate in the county, prompt and ac
curate service at reasonaole rates
Rock Island Title ft Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-203. second
floor. People's National bank build
ing. Rock Island.
Estate of Andrew J. Whitney, de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrators with the will
annexed of the estate of Andrew J.
Whitney, late of the county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by give notice that they will appear
before the Hon. Benjamin Bell, judge
of the probate court of Rock Island
county, at the probate court room, in
the city of Rock Isiand, at the Septem
ber term, on the first Monday in Sep
tember next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to uttend for
the purpose cf bavin-? the same ad
Justed. Ail persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 18th day of July. A. D. 1913.
Administrators With the Will An
nexed. Notice of Final Settle-meat.
Estate of Louis A., Schmidt, deceased.
Public notice "is hereby given that
tho undersigned, Benjamin F. Schriver,
has tnls day filed his final report and
settlement as such in the probate court
of Rock Island county, and hearing on
said report has been set for the first
Mondav in September. A- D. lia. at
10 o'clock a. m.,.ot which time persons
interested may appear and make ob
jections thereto, and if no objections
are filed, said report will be approved
at that time, and the undersigned will
ask for an order of distribution, und
will also ask to be discharged.
Itock Ieir.d. Til.. July 11. 19U.
BENJAMIN F. SCHRIYER,
fiehrivcr &. Schriver, attorneys.
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LINED WITH GOLD.
Alaska's Enormeas Deposits Will Last
a Thousand Years.
Like a tale out of the "Arabian
Nights" Is the opinion given recently
by an expert on the future of AlaKknn
gold mining, only tbis expert bases bis
opinion on facts, whereas the oriental
story teller specialized in fancy.
Cut the testimony given by Falcom
Joslin is doubly interesting because it
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fancy while being based on the facts
In the case.
"In my Judgment," says Mr. Joslin,
"the placer mining Industry In Alaska
will last a thousand years, the xcn
suitable for placer mining Is so enor
mous. What we are working there
now is only the gravels that will carry
from $3 to $10 a yard. Yon cannot
work gravels that curry less than that,
but once we have transportation there
and can work gravels such as they da
In California, which carry 7 cents a
yard, we have got so nearly an unlim
ited area of It that no man can forest
the end of that Industry in Alaska.
"One great thing is that nearly the
whole area of Alaska la gold bearing.
There are placers and quartz. It baa
been said, and I believe the statistics
and explorations of the geological sur
vey 6how It, that you could go from
the extreme southeast of Alaska at
Ketchljajn, where there are important
mines.Iong this" route by way of
Ilalns clear out to Nome, a distance of
2,000 miles in a straight line, nnd that
In every twenty mile swtlon along
that route you could develop gold
mines. It is infinitely greater than
Dy other area of gold country that
has ever been found in the world,"
engineering and Mining Journal.
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