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Irgus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of lt patr--is
In various part of the citv. The Argm
has established a syMem of branch of
fices, where subscriptions and wnr.t ad
vertising may ,be received and uny In
formation left that may j.ertaia to any
department of the paper, news or busi
ness. It la also planned to have at each
of these branch offices every evening a
aupp!y of copies of The Arirus of the
flay, to that any subscriber who' may
have felled under any circumstances to
recelvo the paper, will be tupnlied free
The Arrui chain of branch offices
Includes the following:
J. J. Klpp's notion storo, 4515 Fifth
H. IS. Rowe'l pharmacy, 41 It Four
S.-hnelder's drug store. Twenty-seventh
etr'-et. Hventh nvnje.
L'U'-eyer's drug store, Eleventh ave
nue. 'Fifteenth street.
Dalley'a lunch room, 401 Fourth ave
nue. Mrs. London's notion store. Seventh
Street. Fourteenth avenue.
Helmbeck's pharmacy, 922 Third ave
nue. F.rnest Ebcrts' grocery. 823 Eleventh
Kurtert drug store. Thirtieth street
and Fifth avenue.
College, pharmacy, Feventb avenue
and Thlrty-eifhth street.
Olson grocery, Thirteenth avenue and
Melner drug store, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twcniy-ihird stre't.
Foil llE'T -I1CJI5.
FOR HK.NT live-room l.-nih.- m "24
Sei-oud street. lii'iuiro I:owk island
Fuel torn puny.
FUl: KENT F.un ld i.f six-room dou
ble house; strictly modern. Inquire
32 Twenty-fifth tdrcet.
FOR HKNT Eight-room modern house
at Mti Twent -fourth struct. J1.14.1i10
in) Twenty-first unit.
Foil KENT Fight-room house, nil
modern, at 120. rwclith nv nut-. In
quire 2S31 Fiftli-u nd-u-half uvctiue.
Fon HK.NT Very ultra -live tiltie-room
modern house, in ! si t able ioc.-itiou,
at 1,02 Twtntv-tlilid si reel. ll.onj
Hock Isl.inU 1237.
ion asj.-.r l UTi.
FOIl KENT Modern four-room .lit and
beth; rcfermcis ri-iuinu. Inquire
ill, Third avenue. Roscinicd
tOH RENT Furnished modern ayurt
mtnt. fiur looms uuu bath, at. ltocu
held apartment?, i-lll 'lid umuuv;
1'UH llKfT tllM LM.I.A.ViOUS.
Foil RENT l'cci.tonn a hotel, lurni.-h-eil,
one year, or m,l rent lor t.rce
years II axiic.ioli: to uuiu -H:i.i;
reference reijuuvl. Jl is. -. il. iinv-
rnian, Fifth slr-ct, i' .---at-itni-n, ill.
Masonic Tcn .il. , 1...; ntli Mrcet and
Till: ETATEiJ .Nii.i.liNG OF TRIO
JV lodge .No. A. F. i'c A.M., .vol
w wm be ncld uii li.c i;f;.l ihut;oa ot
m.it'v mo-nth. v t -iling liiiinuii
iVXaro r'Tiliul.y invited. it 01 J. 1
... U E. ll.m.in.uj, . M.; V. is.
1 1 1 tit. iw'injiy.
" O. A. IX.
BI FOHD POST. -13. U. A. II niecH
rtgalurl) uu ii.i- tiu..d "I'll lourth
baiuiuay tvin.t.s ot t'iitli niJiilli at
'1 ij 111 .Vlenional hall al toe court
huu.-e. L Jvliofivn. toiniuiiUir;
E. il. liuck, udjiilant.
'HU'K3i.'..'.l. A l lOaAfciJ S.
tomeys-awa. Olhce ut 1ha island
Jsauoi.al bank bunumg.
BEAK 1-14 MAiCSiiALE UW)f
Money to loa 011 suuU rem Mialu
security. Kooius, 3wi anU 4V baltly
Duuuiuk. Hue island, lii-
WILLI AAl WALKER Attorney
general law buaiutre; corporation,
probata ai.a real ts'.atc law; til Peo
ples bank building. Phone wuot 349.
WALKER, JNliKAM it S.VEJiiNEI At
torneys and counn-iura at law. Mouey
to loan on real uatu. Room 2uu
vi. fvuples Natlouiit buna building.
UKMKY M'KNIRI Allori.y-t-law.
Loan money 1.11 aood otcuiuy;
make collections. References, illU'H
ell L'yne. bunkers. Olhce. AillciieU
4i l.nuo iuildiug.
CALL phone west 939 tor bus service;
meel all nlahl trums. Nov Hurper
House iius Service.
JF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
relit anything, inage help or eeotire
a rituation. thu Mall and Journal
wan. brum results. One-half cent
per A-ord la the priue to al alike. cau
in advance; lwo-c:.t uluir.ps will do.
..Veiling baturday Mall and Joaixal,
AUS 1 HALTS or TITUt
AliUl'KACTS of title prepared ur con
tinued to dale covrinn any real es
tate lu the county, prompt and ac
curate service al reasonable rates
Kock Island Tillo as Ahutract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, prtsldeut; W. J.
bweeney. secretary; 200-i!u. second
floor. Popl National bank bunU-l-ie.
l I'tnj- LlOl S IIA1H.
ri 1'l.KFLCOL'd hlr and mole on fi.ee
nd amis perr-.iunetHiy remoM d with
ne to six needles. Addrcm M;J A. M.
Kitlrtdic Fiat 1. Argyle Flat. Irai.y
tret, liaveunort. Jid ih.ue
CARL KI'EHL Justice of the Peace;
l'e.' Tmrd avenue. Ro k inland. III.
COVrilAtTOKS AM) BIII.DE115.
Mnrufrcturrrs err Sash. Door. Flirdi
and tair. Intt-lor finish of ail icinda
Hardwood Vene-.r Fooring and deal
ers in till-. Jil acd 323 Eigntcvntfe
REMINDS BEN OF
FOR RK?JT ROOM.
FOR KENT Modern furnished rooms
at 1407 Twelfth avenua
FOK KENV Usrht housekeeping rooms
at 217 Sixteenth street.
FOR F. EXT Furnished rooms at 1611
Second avenue. Schmidt hotel.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 307 Third street. .
FOK REST Furnished rooms, for gen
tlemen, ot 624 Twenty-third street!
FOK KENT Furnished rooms, suitable
for Kentlemen, at 416 Eighteenth
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
liKht housekeeping. Inquiro HQS
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
hour tkc-eplng: 140 Fourth avenue.
Fhonu west 2319.
FOR KENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping: bath and use of phone,'
at 23U' Fifth avenue.
FOK KENT Tvio nicely furnished mod
ern rooms for light housekeeping at
Cu Twenty-fourth street.
FOK KENT Two rooms for light
hcMiKekeeplng; laundry privileges, en
quire L27 Seventeenth ft reft.
FOK KENT Comfortable furnished
front room at 601 Twenty-fourth
e west 1443-E.
yoil KENT Modern sleeping or light
housekeeping rooniS, furnished or ua
luruished, ut 712 Second avenue.
Foil KENT Modern furnished room;
II. DO a week; pentl-man only; bath
nr.d phone; at 1134 Third avenue.
I-OK KENT Large, nicely furnished
liy lront roum. with board acrobS
the street, at 02S Second avenue.
FOK KENT ilodern furnished room
for getiUeman. Apply Flat No. 1,
b.veei.ty flats, 2nlS Third avenue.
FoK KENT Modern furnished light
hoiiKi keeping ruo-ir.s at luli Seven
teenth street. Alsu sleeping rooms.
FOR KENT Furnished room, with
board, in private lamlly, at 2225
Fourth avenue; nurdern conveniences.
FOR KENT One larce furnished front
room, modern, suitable for two or
u.tce genueineu, at 1!27 Sixth ave
nue. FOR KENT Nicely furnished front
room, electric light, bath, hot water
heat, una pliolie, at 217 Fifteenth
FOR KENT Two modern light house
keeping rooms, to party without chil
dien. at 12jo Third avenue; use of
FOR KliNT Moderu furnished front
room 10 one or two gentlemen at 631
'i'wt nty-firsl atrett. 1'hunt west
Foil rent Two furnished rooms for
iiht I.' -useket ping, modern, with use
or pi. one and laundry; 2i23 Eighth-and-u-lialf
IOK KENT Two modern furnished
lihi l.ousekeepinn rooms at 945 r
enteeiitn strict; alo sleeping rooms;
use or laundry und phone.
FOK KENT Nice clean rooms for light
housekeeping, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern; 1 rivate family; at
llU.i l ourlrenth and a half street.
Foil KiJNT Neatly furnished front
room, all modern, in family of two,
niitH.de for gentleman, Ht 1216 Third
avenue, Koek Island. 1'liune 1223-Y.
Foil KENT--O00I large room, with ex
tra large closet, nn-ely rurnished, in
piiva.10 home, on Elm street- Phona
at 712 T nty-fif Hi street. i'hone
Kock Island 2311. I
LOST A.tl) FOUim,
LOs.T jn Fourth avenue car, an en
velope Containing currency. Pleose
leave, at Xno Argus oihee and receive
LOST Black white picked (male) set
ter pi: A threo inonihs eld. Return
to 3i'2- Fourteenth avenue and re
celvo liberal reward.
LOi-T Black white (male) setter pup;
ears trimmed; three months old. Re
turn to Z'iZi Fourteenth avenue and
receive liberal reward.
LOST Or stolen. Monday, a shepherd
dog, white with black face, clipped
to link. Return to Carl Storr. Mill
fctreet S .11. I., and receive rward.
LOST Small diamond-shaped class pin,
bhick enamel and g-ld; marked "B.
Ii. "ly;" initials V. II. 011 back.
Ilium to Argus und receive reward.
LObT -Automobilo tool kit, probably
on Eleventh avenue or Twelfth street,
"ii way to Watch Tower. Finder re
turn to HOo Twentieth street. Ile
wuid. L'.-T Saturday night between Nine
iiii iiv and Twentieth t reets. a gold
:ini:i with Maceabeu emblem. Re
turn to Argus onico and receive re
LOST Or stolen, on Twelfth or Four
teenth street, smith of Tenth avenue,
a gentleman's gray coat with K. C.
button on it. Return to 1016 Four
teenth street and receive reward,
l'hor.o 17 Jl.
f AMD OF Til ASKS.
THE family cf the late William C.
Hubhu ueslre to express their appre-eiatl-
u to neighbors and friends. Rev.
Mr. Kle.. members of the Royal Ar
canum 1U02. and Court of Honor 31,
ard ail tnose who assisted them dur
ing, tneir sad bereavement; also for
the beautiful floral tributes.
BtlTONJ. PLEATf.tGS, FELNAJfTS-.
KNIFE Pleatlngs. 2c yard up; acroro
eon pleating. 4c yard up. Buttons
covered from scraps of goods, lee
dozn up: all sizes, styles an'l colored
Ivory rims. Felt pennants, pillow
CTvrrs. Button holes made;
finking, spor.glng, dress forms, etc.
navenport Pleating. Button & Novcl
tv company. 23 1 South Putnam build
ing. Lavenport. I'hone north 731.
tend for circulars.
LA'S can rt you a tenant for jrour va
cant noucc or rooms ii you letepnoot
cr send us a postal as soon as vacaat
We do not charge for this service)
Summerneld's. 111-115 East beco&4
THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. MONDAY,
THE FIE MOTHER
WAIED HAI E HELP.
WANTED laborers In the foundry.
Reck Islar d Manufacturing compiny.
WANTED Boys, IS years or over, at
Gansert's candy factory.
WANTED; A capable young man for
responsible position at Adams Wall
WANTED Boy over 16 years to learn
printing trade. Apply foreman, Ar
gus composing room.
WANTED Boys 14 years old at 1523
Fourth avenue; J4.D0 per week. Call
for Mr. Blythe. 8 a. m.
WANTED Brass moider: no expert
elce In mixing required. Apply Blake
Specialty company. Mill street.
WANTED At once, good, steady men
and boys at the butter tub factory.
Fifth street a&d Third avenue.
WANTED Two good collectors; good
wages to conscientious workers.
John Gately comyany, 309 Twentieth
WANTED Competent janitor at once
at Presbyterian church. Make appli
cation at omce or v. U Astor, lti
WANTED Three young men at once;
$ir week guaranteed. Call for Mr.
Witt. Hotel Elliott. 1602 Fourth ave
nue. Apply after 5 p. m. and boioro
WANTED Un to learn the barber
trade; best trade in existence for
poor men; machinery cant kill it;
our graduates greatly in demand;
few weeks completes; tools given;
catalogue free. Moler Barber col
lege, Chicago, 111.
WANTED Carpenters; steady work for
A 1 mechanics: 53 "4 cents per hour:
no labor trouble. Apply ready for
work at either of the following
places: Sixth avenue and Slxteentn
street, Moline. new Deere Harvester
job. East Mtdine, or Main ollice, Rock
Island. Henry W. Hcrst-
WANTED Girls, 16 years or over, at
Gansert 8 candy factory.
WANTED Competent laundress at 2&Z0
WANTED Competent cook; apply Mrs.
fcyster, liua second avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general work in
boarding house; ri!tn avenue .
WANTED Competent woman for boys'
iinttri 11 in children's home; references
required. Address Matron," care
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework; good , wages; no
washing. Mrs. Bernliardi, wUo Eigli
WANTED Good girl to assist with
general housework; no washing; at
1102 Second avenue. Mrs. O. Uooln.
Phone Kock Island 6Sb-l".
WANTED Competent girl to assist with
nowseworK aid care or children: ref
erences required. Inquire Mrs. F. P.
Welch. 2S50 Eievcnth-and-a-half ave
WANTED Reliable girl to car for
baby and assist with housework; ref
erences required. Apply to Mrs. F.
W. Hahnsen, 723 Twentieth street,
. Kock Island.
WANTED Good girl to do general
housework in privato boarding house;
no cooking ct washing; good wages
to right girl. Appiy 104 Thirteenth
street. Phone Hock Island 224S.
WANTED Ladles to make shields at
home; $20 per i00; ordinary, plain
sewing; can make four an hour; ma
terial furnished; work sent prepaid,
send stamped addressed envelope for
particulars. Paragon Supply company,
B3S4 Myrtle avenue, Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED My customers to know that
1 nave returned nome and can bu
reached by addressing P. O. Box 46,
Davenport. Iowa. Try my salve. It's
a sure cure for eczema, catarrh of the
nose, piles, all kinds of sores, burns,
ulcers, etc. Only 53 cents a box.
Mrs. M. Cosgrove.
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eli.-
arson, gruaua.va awedish masseuse,
gives treatment In private homes and
at cilice by appointment- Phone west
116S: office. 616 Sevemeenin street.
Notice of Publlcatloa.
State cf Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In' the Circuit Court September, 1913.
.Ora G. Robinson vs. Carrie tL Kub
inson. In Chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of Carrie
Ii. Robinson, the above defendant, hav
ing been filed In the clerk s crttlce cf 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 side thereof, on the
7th day of August. 1913, and that there
upon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is new 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
personally he and appear before said
circuit court, on the first day of the
next Urim thereof, to be holdtn at Rock
Island, in and for the said county, 011
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
confess d. ar.d a decree tntered against
yiM according to the prayer cf said bul
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. '
Rock Island. LU Auk. 7. 1912.
USED TO f"
WANTED Building that can be chang
ed UILV a RaioKU, 111U94 oe glvoa lO-
cation. Address "C. H.," care Argus.
WANTED Washing and Ironins. nice
ly done, a,t til inirty-nrth street.
WANTED Situation as cook In small
family. Inquire 2733 Seventh avenue.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder at
1448 Fourteenth, street, lira. Luelia
WANTED Dressmaking und plain
sewing. Inquire 745 x-'ourteenta -and-a-haif
WANTED To rent, a small farm near
nock island or Moline. Address
"Farm." are Argus.
WANTED For cash, a good five-pas
senger touring car or Heavy roaualer.
Address 112 Nineteenth street.
WANTED To buy. S. & H. green trad
ing stamp books filled or partly ail
ed. Call at 614 Eleventh street.
WANTED Board and room; J5 per
veea, Mau itcpi rooms; at l.vo
Second avenue, i'hone - Rock Island
WANTED By lady employed, three
rooms on ground Moor, for light
nouseKeeping; guou pay. Address s.
B.." care Argus.
WANTED Modern house to rent, south
of Seventh avenue; three In family;
no small children. Room 31, Stale
WANTED To buy, five or six-room
house; price aiot to exceed $2,500; will
pay jjuo cash, balance en easy terms.
Address ituyer, caro Argus.
W ANTED Second hand steel or Iron
smokestack or pipe not less than four
leet in diameter anu 20 reel long.
Address 1. J. iiL, care Argus.
WANTED To rent, about Sept. 15, a
seven or eight-room house, south of
Tenth avenue preferred; steady rent
er. Address B. ou. caro Argus.
WANTED An experienced beauty doc
tor from Chicago would like resi
deuce work; hairdressing, scalp treat
ment, shampooing and manicuring;
1127 Second avenue. Phona west
WANTED Money II this ud catches
your eye, and you need a little help,
cail, write, phono cr send messenger
boy to oir tiuw location, 1619 Second
avunue, RocK Island, 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. Private parlors for ladies
or goats; 1619 Second avenue, l'noue
west 171. Johnny Jones, since 1884,
manager. OUlco Lours open every
WANTED MALE AND FEMALE.
WANTED Resident salesperson for
ofiice supplies and sundries; concern
will cooperate heartily with the right
iiiuu (or woman). F. W. R., 300 West
Indiana street. Chicago.
WANTED Reliable man or woman to
distribute 10 free puckajgres perfum
ed borax soap powder among friends;
will pay $12.5'J; no- money required.
Ward Barax company, 216 Institute,
WANTED Position as housekeeper In
full charge, by a capable woman. Ad
dress " A.," care The Argus.
WANTED Position as chauffeur and
r pan- man; seven yenrs experience
good reference. Address "Chauffeur,"
WANTED Position at once; exerlenc
ed ftenograilner; can furnish best of
leftreiice. Call Miss Wall, west 1141
or west iol-Y. after C p. in.
Ado.lulMtrator'a N 01 lee.
Estate of Frank Siempel. deceased.
The undersigned liavlns- Been an.
pointed administratrix, of the estate of
1- rank btempei, late of the county of
Kock Island, state of Illinois, deceased.
hereby gives notice that she will ap
pear oeiore me uon. neujamin lieij,
judge ot the sp-obute court o Rock Is
land county, at the probate court room,
in the city of Ruck Island, at the Een-
tembcr term, cm the first Monday in
faeptcmber next, at which time all ner-
sot.s having claims against said estate
are notined and requested to --.tend
for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate
payment to Uie undersigned.
Dated 511 slay; or June, A. D. 1913.
- MP-3. AE bl'A li. STKOEHLE,
Estato of Joseph H. Chandler de
ceased. The undersigned navlug been . ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament c: Juscpu II. Chandler late
ot the county of Kock Island su.te of
Illinois deceased hereby gives notice
that he wiU appear before the lion,
benjamin F. Bell. Judge of the probate
court of Kock Island county, at tne
Frobate court room, in the city of Rock
skill), at the July term, on the nrat
)0suiday in July next, at ?.hlch time all
person having claims against said es
tate are noiuied and requested to at
tend for the purpose of navlng the
same adjusted. Ah persons indeblf-i to
said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated til day of May. A. D. 191S.
James vv. Mauckcr. attorney.
'Estate of Andrew J.' Whitney, de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator with the will
annexed of the estate of Andrew J.
Whitney, late of the county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, dec-eared, here
by give notice thai they wi:. appear
before the Hon. Benjamin Belt, judge
of the' pro-bate court of Rock Island
county, at the probate court room, in
the city of Kock Island, at the Septem
ber term, on the tirst .Monday in Sep
tember next, at which time ail per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same ad
Justed. All persons Indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated l$lh Cay of July. A D. 1913. '
A HTHl'R WHITNEY.
Administrators With the Will Annexed.
AUGUST 11, 1913.
- - N0T!
FOR SAXE CITY PROPERTY,
FOR SALE Practically new, modern
iglit-room house, with large sleep
ing pofch, 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 Two- lots, 60x130 feet;
paving iald; one block from Long
View park. Inquire ill3 Fifteenth
FOR SALE Seven-room house, all mod
ern; party anxious to sell. For par
ticulars, inquire 929 Seventeenth
FOR SALE New six-room house; good
location, partly modern; J2.100, on
very easy payments. Address "4,"
caro of The Argus.
FOR SALE Eight-room modern house
at 903 Fifteenth street; cheap If tak
en by Oct. 1. Inquire on premises
evenings and Sundays.
FOR SALE A boarding house or fur
nished rooming nouse; will "sell cheap
if taken at once; 2327 Fourth avenue.
Phone Rccn Island 623-X.
FOR SALE Good business property on
Seventeenth street between Third and
Fourth avenues; fine investment. Ad
drss "S. p. S.," care Argus.
FOK SALE Lots In Sheuermann's fifth
addition, Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue: payments cf-Ji per month.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old phone
- west 1298.
FOR SALE Eight-room house; electric
light, furnace, good well and cis
tern, .chicken house, barn; lot 1251:
242. Inquiro 2311 Twentieth avenue.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, all
modern; nice shade trees; lot 60x120;
located close to Augustana college;
fine place for roomers; price, $1,50H.
Eckhart & Kuffum.
FOR SALE Ono 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 fllan. This is n snap. In
vestigate and call Davenport 1123-L,
FOR SALE On Thirty-fifth street,
biock from Elm car: sewer, city wa
ter; two level lots, 40x120; for $700;
six lots 40xl0, half level, half roll
ing, $900. Inquire 1200 Thirty-filth
FOR BALE . Lots In Sou la Heights,
south of Aiken street. between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance in five
years. E. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE Or exchange, new eight
room house on Eleventh street; wired
for light; has colonnade, bath room,
furnace, sink, and gas; will sacrifice
for quick ule; cash or small payment
down, balance to suit; will take va
cant let, small property, or horse and
buggy as part pay. Particulars at
2132 Ninth street. South Kock Island.
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE lt0 acres; good improve
ments; three miles of Wyoming, Iowa;
$22,000; easy terms. Address "M. E.."
FOR SALE Well Improved 120-acre
farm: six miles west of Andalusia.
For particulars, see F. J. Schave, the
owner, on the place.
FOR SALE Four line. 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 The last opportunity to
buy land at a reasonable price, one
mllo from city, on Thirtieth street
iioad. W. ilL Schroedur. I'hone bS6,
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, K. F. D.
and telephone; will consider trade
for South Rock Island property. For
' particulars, call west Uo5-K.
Guardian's Stale of Real Estate.
State of Illinois, County of Rock Is
In the Probate Court, at the August
term, A. I). 1913.
. liy virtue of a decretal order of the
probate court of said county, entered
on Aug. ti, 1913, at the August term of
said court. A. D. 1913. on the applica
tion of Francis K. Webster, as guardian
of Louis V. Webster, minor, to sell the
following described real estate, belonir-
Mng to said minor, situated in the co-unty
01 Ex-nuyier ana state 01 Illinois, and
being the undivided one-tenth (l-10th)
of all the following described real es
Lot No. eleven 11) .tho north ono
hAlf of lot No. ten (10), -and five l l
feet c-ff the south side of lot No. twelve
(12). all in block No. three (.it, in Wil
liam Mr-Creery's adjii. jti to the town
(now c4ty) of Rushvilie. t-xct-nt eiirhtv
(ho) feet off the west end of all of said
tracts; alt lot two (2), in biock two
(2, 111 James G. AlcCrtery s first addi
tion to the town (now, city) of Rush
vilie. I shall, on Tuesday ,tho ninth
day of September, A. It. 1913, at the
east door of the court house, ii the
city of Rock Island, und state afore
said, at the hoor of 2 o'clock p. ra..
offer for sale all the interest of said
minor in and to the said real estate, at
public veadie to the highest and best
bidder or bidders. Terms of sale, cash
on approval of sale by the court.
Dated this 6th day of August. A. D.
191.1. FRANCIS K. WEBSTER,
Guardian, for Louis V. Webster, Mi
IL D. Lewis, and Walker, Ingram 4
FOR 8 A I.E.
$7,509 buys beautiful fcigho-room res
idence, with three acres of good soil, at
2842 Fifteenth street. Moline. Good
brick basement, cement floors, hot wa
ter heat, gas. bath, etc; nice orchard,
two large barns, good IGOWuot drilled
well; alio city water. This will be a
big bargain to the one who gets it.
. MRS, D. E. HECK,
2S12 Fifteenth St.. Moline, 111.
Phone East 1572-K.
Drawn for this paper By
FOR SAI-E MISCELLANEOUS. 1 FLORIST.
FOR SALE Saloon, centrnlly located.
Address "B. B.," care Argus.
FOR 8AXJS A surrey: phona west
FOR SALE Six pigs; Peter Schlueter,
Ninth street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Cheap, pigs: Peter Schleu
ter. Ninth street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Milk route, wagon, horses,
and cans. Address "B.," care Argus.
FOR SALE Furniture for five rooms,
at once, cheap for cash; 2734 Seventh
FOR SALE Gas stove (domestic), used
less than two months; 927 Twenty
first street- '
FOR SALE Five-passenger Velie; A 1
condition: price, $450; a bargain; 112
FOR SALE Four new cars at one
third price: good reasons for selling;
112 Nineteenth street.
FOR SALE 1910 4-horse power Excel
nior motorcvcle. all overhauled, t&5.
Call at 546 Twenty-fifth street.
FOR SALE Winter onion sets; A. H.
Hammer, Thirty-eighth street road.
- Phone Rock Island btil, four rings.
FOR SALE Two heaters, a Cole's hot
blast and Riverside Oak. practically
new. . Inquire at 517 Fortieth street
FOR SALE Ono lady's wheel, one
kitchen cupboard; both In first class
condition. Inquire at 2S09 Sixth ave
nue. FOR SALE 1912 ""Thor IV." motor
's cycle; excellent condition; Prest-o-
lite tank and large lamp. Call at
229 H Eighteenth street.
FOR SALE Ono runabout and driving
horse; also family horse; cheap, of
taken at once. Inquire T3U Seven-tec-nth
street, rhone Rc-ek Island
FOR SALE "Nybcrg" touting car, $1,
C00 cash; 45-horse power, six-cylinder.
1913 model; electric lighted,
fully equipped, clock, speedometer,
glass front, and silk mohair top with
curtains, complete mountable rims, ex
tra rim and tires; all tires in fine condl
ton; car run less tluui 2.5I0 mles, and
in Derfect running condition: will dem
onstrate at your convenience. Phone
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, ad
min'.strators", guardians', trustees, or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lodges and
society olticora; city, state, or U. S.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want texcept bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave
' land, resident managers. Fidelity &
Deposit Company of Maryland.
"MENTALITY," as Applied to Vocal Ed
uuatton." Interpreted by E. Standard
Thomas, tenor. Republic: Auditory
School of Art, Safety building.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M.
Walker, lawyer, 811 Peoples Bank
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FOR concessions at the Conl Valley
Home-Coming, Aug. 21, 22, 23, apply
to 11. L. Wilson, Coal Valley, 111.
BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES,
TIRES (all makes), accessories,, lamps,
etc.; cut prices; $35 Flying Merkel
bicycles at wholesale' price. $25 (or
ange and blue enameled); K4S-!I10
East Third street. Davenport.
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whooping cough. Sold by all drug
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HENRY GAETHJK Proprietor Chip-
Siannock nursery. Cut fiowors and
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Second avenue. Phone 11 to.
Notice of Fnbllcarlon.
State of Illinois. Rock. Island Coun-ty-ss:
In the Circuit Court; September term,
.A. , Dm i. 9 1 O .
Theophlel Van Rulmbeke vs. Mary
van Rulmbeke. In Chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the
above defendant, Mary Van
Rulmbeke, , having been filed in
the clerk's office of the circuit
court f said county, notice is there
fore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
filed his bill of complaint in said court,
on the chancery side thereof, on the
2Sth day of July. A. D. 191S. and that
thereupon a summons Issued 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 above named, Mary Van
Rulmbeke, shall personally be and appear-
before sail circuit court, on the
tirst day ot the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island in and for the
said coun,ty, on the third Monday In
September next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of
cbmplalnt, the same and the matters
and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according tv
the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island. 111., Aug. 2, A. t. 1913.
Schriver & . Schriver, complainant's
Notice of Publication. ;
Stata .of Illinois. Rock Island Coun-.
In th Circuit Court of said county.;
To the September term, A. D. 1913. In
William H. Rlewerts .complainant, vs.
IX t. La Rue ,et al., defendants. Bill'
to Quiet Title.
D. L. La Rue; the unknown heirs or
devisees of D. L. La Rue, deceased:
Katie La Rue, Henry C. Kramhoft; the
unknown wife or -widow of Henry C.
Kramhoft; the unknown heirs or devi-'
sees of Henry C. Kramhoft, deceased,
and tho unknown owners of the south
east quarter of the northeast quarter
of section fourteen (14), also the fol
lowing described tract of land: Com
mencing at a stake eleven (11) rods
and fifteen (15), links south of the
northwest corner of section thirteen
(13), township nineteen (19). north
range two (2). astof the fourth princi
pal meridian. Hock Island county, Illinois,
thence north fifteen (15) rods and ten
(10) links, thence south seventy-four
(74) degrees, west thirteen (IS) rods
and four (4) links, thence south forty
five (45) degrees and thirty (30) min
utes, east to the place of beginning, be
ing ninety-one (li. square rods, all in
township nineteen (19). north range
two (2). east c-f the fourth principal
meridian, situated In said Rock Island
county and the said state of Illinois,
Affidavit of non-resldenre of each
and all of the above named defendants
having been filed in the office of tho
clerk of the circuit court of said cc-un-ty,
notice Is hereby given to each of
said non-resldont defendants, that com
plainant tiled his hill of complaint In
said court, on tho chancery side thereof,
on the 21st of March. A. I). 1913, and
that thereupc-n a summons Issued out
of said court, wherein saiH suit Is now
ponding, against said defendants above
named, returnable on tho first Monday
of May, 1913. as is by law required, and
It appearing from said summons re
turned to said court that said defend
ants could not bo found In this county,
an alias summc-ns insued out of said
court, wherein said suit Is now pond
ing, against said defendants above nam
ed, returnable on,tr third Monday of
September. 1913, as is by law required.
Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendants above named, and each
of you, shall personally bo and appear
before said circuit court on tho first
day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island. In and for said
county, on the third Monday In Sep
tember, 1913, next, and plead, answer
or demur to said complninant's bill of
complaint, tho 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.
In testimony whereof, T have here
unto set my hand and affixed the seal
of said court, at my ofllce In Rock Is
land, this 23rd day of July. A. U. 1913.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Devore N. KUnonsmi, solicitor.
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Ruck Island Coun
In the Probate Court. To the Sep
tember term. 1913.
Nancy A. Hati-helor, administratrix of
the estate of Monica Batchclor, deceas
ed, vs. William V. I'.atchelor. Charles
V. Nelson. Nc-ls V. F. Nelson, Milton
Bets, William F. Boss, and Hugh A.
Jol-inston, administrator of the estate
of Iiavid Hamilton, deceased. Petition
to pell real estate to pay debts.
Affidavit of non-residence of Nels P.
F. Nelson, Impleaded with the above
defendants, having been filed In the
clerk's office of the probate court of
said county, notice Is therefore hereby
given to tne said non-resident defend
ant that tho petitioner filed her peti
tion In" said court on the second day of
August, 1913, and that thereupon a
summons issued out of said court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday In the
month of Beptember next, as Is by law
k 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
holden' at Rock Island In and fo-r the
said county, on the first Monday in Sep
tember next, and plead," answer or de
mur to the petition, the same and the"
matters and things therein charged and
stated will be taken as confessed, and a
decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said petition.
1 JOHN E. FLEMING. Clerk.
Rock Island. HI., Aug. 2. 1913.
Marion L. Sweeney petitioner's solic
itor. Notice at Final Settlement.
Estate of Frank Llokefett- deceased.
Public notice is Hereby given that tha
undersigned. John S. McConnell, has
this day filed his final report and set
tlement as such In the probate court ot
Rock Island county, and hearing on
said report has been set for May II.1
112. at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time
persons interested may appear and
make objections thereto, and If no ob
jections arenlcd. Said reyort will be ap
proved at that time, and the under
signed will a3k for an order of distri
bution, and will auso ask to be dis
Rock Island. 111., May 1913.
JOHN 8. McCON'NELL.
Administrator with the Will Annexed of
. Frank Liekefett, deceased.
Jackson. Hurst & 'Stafford, attorneys'