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1 Argus Branch Offices I)
Tor the trrnTnmnds'.lon of lt patrons
In various pirli of the ritv. The Argus
has established nviinn of t, ranch of
fices, where subscriptions and wrnit ad
vertising may be received and any In
formation left that may portal n to any
department of the paper, ntiri or busl
liers. It la also pionr.ed to have at each
. of the branch ofllren evefy eVRniog a
Sipply of copies of The Argus of the
C.av. fco that anr subscriber who mav
hse filled under any circumstances to
receive the ptptr, will be supplied free
The Arrua chain of branch offices
Includes the following:
J. J. Kippa notion at ore, 4513 Fifth
K. H. Rowe's pharmacy. 4113. Four
Kchneld-r' drug store. Twenty-sev-eh'h
street. Seventu avenue.
CUemeyer's drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth street.
Dailey'a lunch room, 403 Fourth ave
nue. Mro. London's notion afore. Seventh
street. Fourteenth avenue.
Ilelmbeck's pharmacy, 922 Third ave
nue. Ernest Eberti grocery, 125 Eleventh
ftudert drug store. Thirtieth street
and Fifth aver.ue.
College pharmacy. Seventh avenue
and Thirty-eighth street.
Olson grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Ktetner drug store, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street.
FOR REST IIOC3BS.
FOR KENT Eight-room modern h"us
at fits TwrnD -four: h street. Inquire
I wenty-ursl street
FOR RENT Flght-ror.rn house, all
modern, at 12", Twelfth nvnue. In
quire 2S31 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR R E NT Uy Aug. 15. a new modern
feven-nom hou at Ills Thirty-;
ninth street, Jtock island. Inquire
W. T. Smith, care bteinrr's iiar
macy. FOR aST FLATS.
FOR RENT Modern four-ruom fist and
hat.i, references required. Inquire
1611 S Third aver.ue. RoseiiiieM
FOR RENT Four-room modern flrit.
furnished-.or uiif ui iiimh:u. iii l.'o
Third avenue, lii'iiilre with n. l'li"llc
1223-14 Rock leiuiKl.
FOR RENT Furnished modern apart
ment, lour rooms and Lata, at lioseu
held apartmtni'.i, 15111 Tnird avenue;
rOR 11KHT MIStEI.LANKOCV
FOR RENT I-eraloiil.il hotel, furr.lsh.
ed. one year, or will rent for three
years it agieeanin to oowi panics;
reference required. Mrs. a. M. 13o -erman.
Fifth street. lVc-atonW :a. 111.
Masonic Temple. Eif.''.tict-t!i street and
' Fifth a el. lie.
THE BTATKii M1.EI1NU OF TRIO
f lodge No. ;.7, A. F. & A. M.. will
hVsl held on li e hint Uhui&day of
At At each m'nth. V;stt::ig brethren
if ui cirdialiy Invited, by order
; U l llenietiv. ay. V. M.. W. 13.
C. A. R.
BFFORD TOST. 243, O. A. R.. meets
regularly on tho aecond and fourth
Saturday vnings of each month at
7 i In Memorial hall at the court
noire W. M. Johnston, coniuimuacr;
K. 11. Hack, adjutant.
tivr cs s;g:&lati uh 5i k t .
JACK&ON. liUKdT STAFFORD Al-torneys-at-iaw.
Oulce in Roc a. Island
National bank bullclng.
k'KAKLC MARSHALL Lawyer.
Mosey to loaa vu good real estata
seoUTlty. Rooms, fa and 3vJ balciy
bullalng. Kock Island. UL
WILLIAM M. WAXJwER Attorney;
general law busioeoa, corporation,
probata and real law; 411 Ftto-
plo s liauk building, fhona west 4t.
.WALKKR. INUKAM Ac B W KEN E T At
turtueya and couiaelora at law. Money
to luu ou rca.1 estate. Rooms tow
IVl, fecpis's National bank building.
U EN IKY it M'ENIRY Attorney s-at-law.
Loau money in good security;
make coiiecllona Refeiences. Mitch
ell A L u r. bankers. Oulce. Mitchell
U Ltide building.
111 S CI L L A X KO V .
CA1X vhone west 939 for bus service;
meet ail night trains. Nw Harper
House 11 us a r vice.
IF IOC WANT to buy. sell, trade cr
rent anything, engage help or aec-ure
situation, the Mall aud Journal
wants bring n suits. One-half cent
per word la lb prlue to ml alia, caao.
in advance; iwo-cciil tan. pa Kill Oa
..venlr.g Saturday Mall aud Journal,
ABSTRACTS or VI TLBS.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to data covering any real es
tate in the county. Prompt aud ao
cuiat. Be r vice at reasonable rates
Roe Isiand Title Abstract con
peay; J. J. Ingram, preeldeni; W. J.
towaeuev. secretary; ZOO-JOS. second
Boor, people's National bank buuu
Ing. Rock Islano.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and clalma collected. William M.
talker, lawyer, ill Peoples Baus
l .'F-RFLt OIS HAIR.
BL PERFLl'OUS hair and moles on face
and arma permanently removed with
ore to six neeoies. Aaures aai"
Klttredxe, Flat 1. An vie Flats. .JraJy
street. Davenport, o.d phone n ".;..
COVrKACTOKS Al DL'ILDERS.
Man'if-rturere of Sash, IVors. Blinds
and fctairs. Interior finish of all .tlnda.
Hardwruod Veneer Fooring and deal
er m Glasa. Ill and 323 EiguUentB
A MEAL TICKET
SIR. i'A "TOOPRoU&ToBEi
BuT AiOT MOCSEu- Hf
FCR RETT BOOMS,
FOR RE. N'T Light housekeeping rooms
at 217 Sixteenth street
OR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping t 3v7 Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, for gen
tlemen, at 024 Twenty-third street.
FOR RENT Well furnished modern
rooms. Inquire at 1204 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished double front
rwm, to desirable couple; 909 Twen
FOR RENT Two modern front rooms
for light housekeeping, at 1221 Four
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Inquire 1408
1 mrd avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms lor light
nousekeeping; 14'.' Fourth avenue
l'hon west 2319.
FOR RENT Large airy front room,
modern: for one or two gentlemen;
t'-i Nineteenth street.
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping; bath ana use ot phoue,
at 2312 Fiftii avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished mod
ern moms for light housekeeping at
u: l wenty-rourth street.
FOR RENT Two room for light
housekeeping: laundry privileges. In
quire 1,27 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Comfortable furnished
front room at 601 Twenty-f ourth
street, lione went 1443-L,.
you RENT Modern sleeping or light
nous-Keeping rooms, lumisued or uu
furnished, at 712 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room.
Jl.'.ii a week; gentleman only; bath
und phone; at lio4 Third avenue.
Eurte, nicely furnished
an y I rout room, with board across
the street, at lies Second avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
tor geiulem&n. Apply Fiat No. 1.
Sweeney flats, St'lS Vs Third avenue.
I OR RENT Furnished room, with
pjuru, in private lanilly, at i'iii
Fourth cnuc; modern conveniencea.
FOR RENT One large furnished front
room, modern, suitable lor two or
three gentlemen, at 127 fcixtli ave
FOR RENT Two modem light house
keeping rooms, to party without chil
dren, ai 1200 Thua avenue; use of
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room to one or two gentlemen at oil
Twenty-first street. i'non. weal
FOR RENT Two modern fnmisheri
light housekeeping rooma at S46 Key-
eulcenth street; aivo sleeping rooms;
ii!"e ot laundry and phone.
loR RENT Modern furnished cool
rooms for light housekeeping ; no
children or pets; rates to sleauy peo
ple. 1116 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Nice clean rooms for light
housekeeping, furnished or uniur
nished; ail modern; private family ; at
1133 fourteenth and a half street.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished front
room, all modern, in family of two,
suitable for gentleman, at 1214 Third
avenue. Rock island. Puone 1223-Y.
FOR RENT Furnished modern front
room, on Elm car line, at 712 Twenty
fifth street. Phone west 2311 after 6
p. m.. or call Mrs. Trent, suit depart
ment, at loung AV McCombs.
lost aro roTJirn.
LOST f-nturday evening on a street
car. a silver mesh bag containing
change. Reward for return to Argus
LOST On Fourth avenue car, an en
velope containing currency. Pleose
leave at The Argus olnce and receive
LOST Black wUilte (male) setter pup;
ears trimmed, three months old. Re
turn to Ji72 Fourteenth avenue and
receive liberal reward.
FOU ND Eastman No. 2 kodak, July 17.
in Moline. Owner can have same by
calling at 320 Twenty-fourth street
and identifying same.
LOST Gentieman's light gray coat,
near Thirtieth street and Eighteenth
avenue. Fipder please notliy Argus
office. Liberal reward.
LO.T Or stolen. Monday, a shepherd
d"g. white with black face, clipped
to i:eik. Return to Carl Sjtorr. Mill
street S .R. I., and receive rward.
LOST On ferry or Long View car,
Wedneaday, bunch of keys. Return te
Lawreuce Johnson, 121S Seventeenth
street. Phone weat 720-K.
LOST Small diamond-shaped class pin,
black enamel and g'.Hd; marked "B.
JI. 8.. 'lo," Initials V. H. on bark.
Rturn to Argus and receive reward.
LO.ST Young (female) collie dog; all
feet white; last seen at Eleventh ave
nue and Twenty-second street. Re
turn to 943 Twenty-first street. Phone
24i3 Rock Island. Reward.
LOST Or stolen, on Twelfth or Four-
teentn street, south of Tenth avenue,
a gentleman's gray coat with K. C.
button on It. Return to 1016 Four
teenth street and receive reward.
By virtue of an execution Issued out
of the clerk's office of the circuit court'
of K'M-k Island county, and state of
Illinois and to me dlected. whereby I
am commanded to- make the amount of
a certain Judgment recently obtained
against Joseph Brogan, in favor of Pat
rick Hrogan. out of the lands, tene
ments, goods and chattels of the said
Jiseph Brogan. I have levied on the
frrtlowing u scribed property, to-wit:
) Ail the right, title and interest of the
raid Josepn Hrogan in and to lot two
". bio-k two 1 2), in William E.
Erook's addition to East Rork island,
in the city of Rock Isiand. 11L There
fore, according to said command, I
shall expose for sale at pubilc auction,
all the right, title and interest of the
above named Joseph Brogan in and te
the above described property, at 1
o'clock a. nv. cri Saturday, the 16th day
vf August. 1913. at the east door ot the
court house in Rock Island.
Dated at Rock Island. Ill, this 23rd
day of July. A. D. 1913.
O. L. ERCNER,
Srierifr of Rock Island County.
Per Wiaiam Brough. deputy.
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY.
NOT A MEAL TICKET ? HA ! HA ! WHEN
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Laborers In the foundry.
Rocs Islaid Manufacturing company.
WANTED Boys, 16 year or over, at
Gansert's candy factory.
WANTED Boy over 16 years to learn
printing trade. Apply foreman, at
gus composing rood.
WANTED Brass molder: no exppri
elce In mixing required. Apply Blake
b pec laity company. Mill street.
WANTED At once, good, steady men
and boys at the butter tub factory.
Fifth street and Third avenue.
WANTED Two good collectors; good
waaes to conscientious workers.
John Gately oomitiny, 309 Twentieth
WANTED Young men to sell (roods on
Rock Island passenger train; long
run. Apply J. J. Oner news stand.
rock J Bland depot, kocs island.
WANTED (uod man who can furnish
lluO to J300 cash security: first class,
steady position at good wages. Call
room 2! Masonic temple, Davenport.
WANTED Five good solicitors to work
in tri-citles; ill per week and com
mission to right parties. Call from
6 to 7 this evening, or li a. m. Satur
day. Rohn, llari. r house.
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; best trade lu existence for
poor men; machinery can t kill it
our graduates greatry in demand;
few weeks completes; tools given;
catalogue free. Moler 'Barber col
lege. Chicago, III.
WANTED Carrenters; steady work for
A 1 mechanics: 53 hi cents per hour;
no labor trouble. Apply ready for
work at either of the following
places: Sixth avenue and Sixteenth
street. Moline. new Deere Harvester
Job. East Moline. or Main office. Rock
Island. Henry W. Horst.
WANTED A good man to take charge
of business in Rock Island and Moline
to act as district manager; one who
is capable of handling a number o-f
solicitors; a lirst class proposition;
permanent isltion and Increase ev
ery month: reference. Inquire room
607 Security building, Davenport, be
tween 7 -and 8 a. m. and 4 to 6 p. m.
WANTED FEMALE IUSLP.
WANTED Girls for sewing depart
ment in our new mitten factory;
steady and pleasant work; special in
ducement to beginners. Apply Bos
Manufacturing company, corner Six
teenth street and Third avenue, Moll-e,
WANTED A cook, at once; call at
2209 Seventh avenue.
WANTED Girls. 16 years or over, at
Gansert's candy factory.
WANTED Competent cook: aprly Mrs.
Eyster. 1109. Second avenue.
WANTED Girls to wait on table. Ap
ply Manager. Watch Tower Inn.
WANTED Girt to do general work in
boarding house; 3013 Flfta avenue .
WANTED Woman to keep house for
three. Call erenings; 909 Twentieth
WANTED Woman to do general house
work: middle aged woman preferred.
Apply 427 eleventh Avenue.
WANTED Competent woman for boys'
matron in children's home; references
required. Address "Matron," care
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework; good wages; no
washing. Mrs. Bernhardt, 506 Eigh
WANTED Woman collector for Bock
Island; must have good references
and be able to furnish bond. Address
"R.." care Argus.
WANTED Good girl to assist with
general housework: no washing; at
llo2 Second avenue. Mrs. O. Booth.
Phone Rock Island CSS-Y.
WANTED Thoroughly experienced
and competent bookkeeper and ste
nographer: one with sales ability pre
ferred: 624 Fifteenth street, Moline.
WANTED Competent girl to assist with
housework and care of children; ref
erences required. Inquire Mrs. 7. P.
Welch. 2S50 Eleventh-and-a-half ave
WANTED Good girl to do general
housework in private boarding houe:
no cooking t-r washing; good wa-s
to right girl. Apply 104 Thirteenth
street. Pnone Rork Island 224s.
WANTED Ladles to make shields at
home; 320 per 104; ordinary, plain
sewlr.g; can make four au hour; ma
terial furnished: wora sent prepaid,
send stamped addressed envelope for
particulars. Paragon Supply company,
B334 Myrtle avenue. Kansas City. Mo.
WASTED MALE AND FEMALE.
WANTED Resident salesperson for
efnee supplies and sundries; concern
will cooperate heartily with the right
In a a tor woman). F. W. &, lilt West
Indiana street. Chicago.
HENRY OAETHJE propria tor Calp
plannock nursery. Cut dowers aud
designs ot all Atlnda, City store, .;
fcecond avcese. Phone 1110.
WAITED WIS CKLl.-A'N EOT;,
WANTED Building that can be chang
ed into a garage: must be good lo
cation. Address "C. M.," care Argus.
WANTED Washing and Ironing, nice-
ly gone, at tnt inirty-nr.n street.
VTANTED Situation as cook In small
family. Inquire 2733 Seventh avenue.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder at
144 Fourteenth street- Mrs. Luella
WANTED Dressmaking und plain
sewing. Inquire 745 Fourt'-'enthand-a-half
WANTED To rent, a small farm near
Rck Island or Moline. Address
"Farm," care Argus.
WANTED For cash, a good five-passenger
touring car or heavy roadster.
Address 112 Nineteenth street.
WANTED To buy. S. & M. green trad
ing stamp books filled or partly Oil
ed. Call at 14 Eleventh street.
WWANTED Six-room modern house.
In desirable locality, by young cou
ple. Address "XJCX.," care Argus.
WANTED Board and room; Jo per
week: also leeplng rooms; at 1208
Second avenue. Fnone Rock Island
WANTED By lady employed, three
rooms on ground floor, lor light
nouseKeeping; good pay. Aaares b.
B.." care Arguii.
WANTED Modern house to rent, south
of Seventh avenue; three in tamtly
no small children. Room ol, Stare
WANTED Second hand steel or Iron
smokestack or pipu hot less than four
leet in diameter una leet long.
Auarcss t . j. hi., cure Argus.
WANTED Tc rent, about Sept. 15, l
seven or eight-room house, south of
Tenth avenue preferred; steady rent
er. Address '"6. at'," care Argus.
WANTED An experienced beauty doc
tor from Chicago would like resi
dence work; hairdressing, scalp treat
ment, snampooing ana maiicuring
1127 Second avenue. 1'lic-ne wesi
WANTED Money II this nd catches
your eye, and yu need, a little he. p.
call, write, pnono cr send messenger
boy to our new location, 1619 tiecoi.d
avenue, RocK Islano, for all personal
loans, such as diamonds watches, jew
elry, furniture, pianos, or high grade
articles of any Kind; no matter what
it may be i'rivate parlors for ladies
or gents; 1619 Secor.a avenue, pnoae
west 177. Johnny Jci.ea. since !.
manager, unice liouia open every
WANTED SITU &TIOXS.
WANTED Position as housekeeper in
full charge, by a capable woman. Ad
dress '"A.," care The Argus.
WANTED Position at once; exerienc
ed ptenograumer; can furnish best of
tel'erence. Call Miss Wall, west 1141,
or west kOl-1, alter 6 p. m. '
AanUalatrator'a Notice. "
Estate of Frank StempeL deceased.
The undersigned having toeen an-
polntedr administratrix or lue estate ot
Frank fetempel, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
nereby gives notice that sue will ap
pear beiore tne Hon. Benjamin Beil.
juage of the nrobate court of Rock Is
lauu county, at the probate court room,
in the city of Rock Island, at the tien-
temoer term, on the lirst Monday in
beptember next.- at which lime all per
sons having claims against said eatate
are notinea and requested to witend
for the purpose of having tne same ad
justed. All persons inoebted to said
estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to ine ur.aersigneo.
Dated 20 tV day of June. A. D. 1912.
Mitd. All IS aA 1L STROEHLJS,
Estate of Joseph IL Chandler de
ceased. The undersigned bavins heen
pointed executor of the' last will and
testament o: Joseph U. Chandler late
ot the county of Rock Island su.te of
Illinois deceased hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the Hon.
Benjamin F. Bell, judge of the probate
court of Rock lslanu county, at the
probate court room, in the city of Rock
island, at the July term, on the nrat
Monday in July next, at which time all
persons having claims against said es
tate are iiotincd and requested to at
tend tor the purpose of baring the
same adjusted. AH persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated eth uay of May. A. D. ll.
James v. Maucker. attoraey.
Estate of Andrew J. Whitney, de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
'pointed administrator: with the will
annexed of the estate of Andrew J.
J uiint-y, late of Uie county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by give notice tiiat they will appear
before the Hon. Benjamin Bell, judge
of the probate court of Rock lslai.d
county, at the probate co.irt room, in
the ,'ltv ot kftr k Inlbnrl. at the Kr. a-. -
j ber term, on tne first Monaay ,n Sep
tember next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are notined ana requested to attend lor
the purfBMse of having the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to aaid es
tate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated ISth day of July. A. D. 1913,
Administrators Wllu the W)U An
nexed. Netice Ftaal Settlesaeat.
. Estate of Frank. LiekefetL deceased.
Public nonce is Tiereny given that the
undersigned. John S. McConnell, haa
this day filed nls final report and act
tlement as such in the probate court of
Rock Island county, and bearing on
said report has been set for May 31
1913, at 10 o clock a. m.. at which time
persons interested may appear and
make objections thereto, and if no ab
jections are filed. Said reyort will beap
proped at that time, and the under
signed will ask for an order of distri
bution, and Ui aiso a to be dis
charged. Ruck Island. Ill, May 1. lflj.
JTOHX 8. McCGNNELL.
Administrator with the Will Annexed of
Frank Liekefett. deceased.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys-
AUGUST 8, 1913.
BEN HAS IT i
FOR ALB i CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Practically new, modern
eight-room house, with large sleep
ing poflch, two blocks from city lim
its and Long View park: three lota,
frarage and chicken house: splendid
ocatlon and view. Phone west .1150.
FOR SALE Two- lots. B0xl3 feet;
paving gw'd; 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 SALE Eight-room modern house
at us Fifteenth street; cheap If tak
en by Oct. J. Inquire on premises
evenings and Sundays.
FOR SALE A boarding house or fur
nished rooming house; will sell cheap
if taken at once; 2327 Fourth avenue.
Phone Rocn Island 623-X.
FOR SALE Good business property on
Seventeenth street between Third and
Fourth avenues; fine investment Ad
drss "S. G. S.," care Argus.
FOR SALE Lota in Sheuermann's fifth
, addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue: payments of 35 per month.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old phone
west 123 J.
FOR SALE Eight-room house; electric
light, furnace, sood 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 Augustana college;
fine place for roomers; price, 34,500.
Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE One choice level lot. 50x180
feet on Thirty-third street between
Fourteenth and Sixteenth avenues;
can be bought on easy terms. Inquire
415 Nineteenth street.
FOR SALE Fine modern eight-room
house at 1230 Twelfth street. Rock
Island, 111. I will sell this on the in
stallment plan. This Is a snap. In
vestigate and call Davenport 1123-L.
FOR SALE On Thirty-fifth street,
block from Elm car; sewer, city wa
ter; two level lots. 46xl2u; for $700;
six lots 40x10, naif level, halt roil
ing, 3900. Inquire 1200 Thirty-!Utli
FOR SALS Lots In Soutu Heights.
south of Aiken street. between
Twelfth and Seventeenth street.'; on
easy terms; 32i down, balance in five
years E. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE Or exchange, new eight-
room house on Eleventh street; wired
for light: has colonnade, bath room.
furnace, sink, and gas; will sacrifice
for quick f ale; cash or small payment
down, balance to suit; will take 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
ments; three miles of Wyoming, Iowa;
322,000; easy terms. Address "M. E.,'
FOR SALE Well improved 120-acre
farm: six miles west or Andalusia,
For particulars, see F. J. Behave, the
owner, on tne piace.
FOR SALE Four fine, improved farms,
in corn belt, south of St. Paul: black
soil; easy terras. Owner, D. A. Reed.
400 Beacon strtet, St. Paul, Minn ."
FOR ALE 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. D.
and telephone; will consider trade
for South Rock Island property. For
particulars, call veut 1155-K.
WANTED My customers to know that
1 nave returned home and can be
reached by addressing P. o. Box 216,
Davenport, Iowa. Try my salve. It's
a sure cure or ecxema, catarrh of the
nose, piles, all kinds of sores, burns,
ulcers, etc. Only 59 cents a box.
Mrs. M. Cosgrove.
Guardian's Sale ot Heal Estate.
State of Illinois, County of Rock Is
In the Probate Court, at the August
term, A. D. 1913.
By virtue of a decretal order of the
probate court of said county, entered
on Aug. 6, ISIS, at the August term of
saia court, a. 1J. on tne applica
tion of Francis K. Webster, as s-uardlan
of Louis V. Webster, minor, to sell the
following described real estate, belong
ing to said minor, situated in the county
01 ocniiyier anti state or Illinois, and
being the undivided one-tenth (l-10thi
of all the following described real es
Lot No. eleven fill .the north one
half of lot No. ten 10i. and Ave (ill
feet off the south side of lot No. twelve
412), all in block No. three (3), in Wil
liam McCreery's addition to the town
4 now city) of Rushvllle. except eighty
8 feet off the west end of all of aid
tracts; also lot two (2). In block two
(2). in James u. McCreery's first add!
tion to the town (now cltv of Rush
ville. I sanll. on Tuesday .the ninth
day of September, A. D. 1913, at the
east door of the court house. In the
city or koch island, and state afore
saia, at tne nour or z ociocit p. m..
oner iot eaie ail the interest of said
minor In and to the said real estate, at
public vendue to the highest and best
bidder or bidders. Terms of sale, each
on approval 01 oaie oy ine court.
Dated this th day of August, A. D.
1913. FRANCIS K. WEBSTER,
Guardian for Louis V. Webster, Mi
nor. H. D. Lewis, and Walker, Ingram &
17,500 buys beautiful eight-room res
idence, with three acres of good soil; at
2842 Fifteenth street, Moline. Good
brick basement, cement floors, hot wa
ter heat, gss, bath, etc.; nice orchard,
two large barns, good 150-foot drilled
well: also city water. This will be a
big bargain to the one who gets 'it.
MRS. D. E. HECK.
2S42 Fifteenth St., Moline, IX
Phone East 1572-K.
Drawn for this paper
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR BALK A surrey; phone west
FOR SAL: Six pigs; Peter Schlueter,
Ninth street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Furniture of four-room
. fiat: also the fiat for rent; 823 Seven
FOR SALE Five-passenger Velle; A 1
condition: price. $450; a bargain; 112
FOR BALE Cashier's large desk, with
marble top: very reasonable. Address
"Desk." care Argus.
FOR SALE Four new cars at one
third price; good reasons for selling;
112 Nineteenth street.
FOR SALE A barge. 12x36 feet long:
will sell cheap. Call at Hennepin
' canal, mouth of Rock river.
FOR SALE 1910 4-horse pOTver Excel
sior motorcycle, all overhauled, 3S5.
Call at 546 Twenty-fifth street.
FOR SALE Winter onion sets; A. H.
Hammer. Thirty-eighth street road.
Phone Rock Island S61, four rings.
FOR ffALE One lady's wheel, one
kitchen cupboard: both in first class
condition. Inquire at 280 Sixth ave
nue. FOR SALE 1912 "'Thor IV." mc-tor-cvcle;
excellent condition: Prest-o-lite
tank and large lamp. Call at
229 'i Eighteenth street.
FOR SALE -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, SO feet long,
9 feet wide, 20-hor?e power engine,
and 40-foot barge; all first class con
dition. Address William Bentley,
FOR SALE A good two-room build
ing, formerly the Long View Floral
compauy office; to be removed from
premises; can be used as garage;
1115 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE Three good milch cows
and c-ne "-.ifer calf. Inquire even
lines ji house, two doors from wagon
,ridge on Watch Tower line, or
Watch Tower road. .....
FOBf SALE "Nyberg" touring car, 31.
6if0 cash; 45-horse power, six-cylinder.
1913 model; electric lighted,
fully equipped, clock, speedometer,
glass front, and silk morjalr top with
curtains, complete mountaDie rims, ex
tra rim and tires; all tires in line condi
tn: car run less than 2.R00 mles. and
in perfect running condition ; will dem
onstrate at your convenience. Phone
Moline 2318, ,
EXCLUSIVE CORSET PARLORS.
. latest models and materials, from
33.50 up. Mme. Goodwin Corsets, all
aises, latest models and materials,
from 35 up. Brassieres and bust ex
tenders from 60c up. All carefully
fitted at G. H. Grabbe's, Ladies' Tail
or and Dressmaker, South Putnam
building, Davenport. Established
1902. Phone north 733. bend rot
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eii.
arson, graduated Swedish masseuse,
srives treatment In private homes and
at office by appointment. Phone weal
Zlts; omce. tlt seventeentn street.
'MENTALITY, as Applied to Vocal Ed
ucatlon." Interpreted by E. Standard
Thomas, tenor. Republic Auditory
School of Art, Safety building.
Notice f Puallcatloa,
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. September. 1913.
Ora G. Robinson vs. Carrie H. Rob
inson. In Chancery.
Affidavit of non -residence of Carrie
H. Robinson, the above defendant, hav
ing been filed in the clerk's office of the
circuit court of said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non
resident defendant that the complainant
filed his bill of complaint in said court.
on the chancery aide thereof, on the
7th day or August, 191, and that there
upon a summons Issued out of said
court, wherein said suit Is now pend
ing, returnable on the third Monday in
the month of September next, as is by
Now, unless you, the said non
resident defendant above nam
ed. Carrie H. Robinson. shall
nereonaUv be and appear before said
circuit court, c-n the first day of the
next term thereof, to be holden nt Rock
Island, in and for the 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 there
in, charged and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill
GEORGE W. GAMBLE,
Rock Island, 111., Aug. 7. 1913.
Notice ef Publication.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
T .1... V . . t . rr . ,
aii eoc iuubic cuuri. I it ine nrn.
tembcr term, 1913.
Nancy A. Batclielor, administratrix of I
the estate of Monica Batchelor, deceas- I
eu, vs. vviinam v. tlatcheicr, fjhnrles!
I . Nelson. Nels P. v. Neln nnr. ;
j Boi-s. William F. Boss, and Hugh a. !
I Johnston, administrator of the estate I
or iav.d Hamilton, deceased. Petition
to se.l real estate to pay debts.
Ahi'iavit of non-residence of Nels P.
F. Nel-'or., impleaded with the above
defendants, having been fl':d In the
clerk's office of tne probate court of
Esid county, notice (3 therefore hereby
given to t'i6 f.a'.d non-rcMdent defend
ant that the retitioner tiled her netl-
tton !n paid court on the second day of
August, 1913, and that thereupon a
s iiirr.ons issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now nendinsr. re
turnable on the first Monday In the
n.on.n or ceptemoer next, as is ny law
Now. unless you, the said non-resident
defendant above named. Nels P. F.
Nelson, shall personally be and appear
before said probate court, on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be
bolden at Rock Island in and for the
said county, on the first Monday in Sep
tember next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the petition, the same and the
m.iim. .nd thfnare therein charged and
stated will be taken ss confessed, snd a
m . - ,t a rw 1. I n . , v A 11 Af'l-OrlinV !
oecrce , .
to the prayer of aaid refltl'n.
P JOHN E. FLEMING. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Aug. 2, 191.
Marion E. Sweeney petitioner's solicitor.
By Carl Ed
IN SL RANCH.
WE WILL BOND TOU Executors', ad
mlr'strBtors'. guardians', trustees, or
. any kind of Judicial bonds; lodges and
society officers; city, state, or U. S.
government officials; contractor", po
sitions of. trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you tvant tex'cept bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes Cleave
land. resident managers. Fidelity &
Deposit Company of Maryland.
BICYCLKS AND MOTORCYCLES.
TIRES tall makes), accessories lamps,
etc.; cut prices: 335 Flying Merkel
bicycles at wholesale price, 35 or
ange and blue enameled); 26S-110
East Third street. Davenport.
FOR RE JIT.
BEFORE going nouse hunting, come
and see our list of vacant houses.
We have the complete list of the tra.
cltien, and will assist you to get lo
rated without one cent of expense.
Summer'leld's. 113-115 East Second
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
ty ss :
In the Circuit Court; September term,
A. D. litis.
Theophiel. Van Rulmbelte vs. Mary
Van Rulmbeke. In. Chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the
above defendant, Mary Van
Rulmbeke, having been filed In
the clerk's oftice of the circuit
court of said county, notice is there
fore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
tiled his bill of complaint In said court,
on the chancery side thereof, on the
28th day of July, A. D. 1913. and that
thereupon a summons Is-sued out ot
said court, wherein said suit Is now
pending, returnable on the third Mon
day In the month of September next, as
Is by law required.
Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendant alKive named, Mary Van
Rulmbeke, shall personally be and ap
pear before al 1 circuit court, on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Inland in and for tho
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 stated
will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according to
the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island, 111.. Aug. 2, A. D. 1913.
Schriver & Schrlver, complainant's
" ELECTRIC LIGHTS." '77)7
Their Effect In the First Theaters In
Which They Were Used.
The first theater la tho world to nao
Incandescent lamps was the Academy
of Music, on Ilalstead street, Chicago,
the plant being installed by the West
ern Edison Light company. The the
ater was wired for 1!0 sixteen candle
power lamps. The lighting was con
fined to the auditorium. No electric
lights were used on the stage, as dim
mers had not been thought of at that
time. On the opening night, after th
new lights - were Installed, the actors
struck, claiming that It was ImposslbU
to rnake up by gaslight and play thelf
parts under the glare of the electric
lights. It was with difficulty that they
were persuaded to proceed with tho
second act. '
The first theater to be completely
lighted with Incandescent lamps was
the old Ilaverly theater, then located
on Monroe street, where the Inter
Ocean ' 'building now stands. This
plant consisted of two dynnmos with
a capacity of C37 lamps. On the open
ing night only sufficient lights wern
started at first to enable the ushers to
seat the audience. When the curtain
rose every light was turned on, caus
ing a tremendous Herniation among the
audience and eliciting applause that
continued for fifteen minutes. The In
novation was so successful that Mc
Vkker's theater aud the Chicago Opera
House immediately Installed similar
plants. W. C. Jenkins in National
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