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Y 7, 1911."
THE HOCK ISEAND 1ARGTTS, FRIDAY,
The Argus Daily
TRITE AND TRUE.
It taketh an age
To make man a sage;
The wfre ones no locper doubt it.
The oldor he grows
The more he knows.
And the less he brags about it.
Kind a jooB( man.
ASVER TO YESTERDAY'S ITZZLE.
1 TTpslde down at left firm.
3 ULcht aide down -In foliage.
Trade On the Increase
A remarkable advance in the pros
perity of Forto Itico is hhown in a re
port of the afcficulrural exienmut sta
tion on the island, jnst published by
Secretary of Agricnlture Wil.-on. The
total trade of the Island, exports and
imports, in. 1901 was $17,Tt(.). Tins
increased In 1910 to ?CS,(V ,. It is
stated that this expanding trad? has
greatly affected not only all tiis Indus
tries of the island, but ha materially
increased the llvk.jj; standard.
The whole prosperity of the island.
Bays the report, 1 founded ou the soil
and climate. The natural resources
have long ago been exhausted by a
population that is thicker than that of
any state in the Union exr-pt two.
The gold mining which was a natural
renounce has dwindled to nothing. The
population, in spite of being dense, is
scattered over the isifind rather than
centered in the towns. Therefore the
agricultural population is large, and
the material prosperity of Lhe people
depends on the soil.
Big Exports of Sugar.
The exports of the b-laiid in 1010
totaled ?r;7.PtiO,21!. Of this :?21.000,(K)
was in Bugnr and molasses. The sugar
crop has always been one of the chief
reliances of the people, and the flat
strip of land around the sraeoast has
been devoted to piiRar culture. Since
the American occupation of the island
the sugar industry has ratidi phenome
nal growth, and future expansion must
be by methods of more intensive cul
tivation. The industry is so paying
that the planters want to r:iis surar
all the time, and this is 'nTrevit d by
the department, whh'h is tryihir t" in
augurate a system of crop rutin ion as
being a better and more conservative
system for the soil.
While the exports of coffee f n in the
Island last year -ere So.35.2. there
wus les ilinn j?22"' worth of it sold
In the United States. This is snid to
be due to the fact that the coffee is
a very high grade black coffee. suvh as
is used largely abroad f;r after dinner
coffee and for which there Is a com
paratively small deninnd here.
Much Tobacco Sent Out.
Tobacco and its manufacturer were
exported . to the nmouut of ?C.7i:,214.
There also has been u large increase in
the shipments of fruit. The exports of
wild orunges five years nyo amounted
to f 125.311. and last year the fruit ex
ports totaled $1.41tt.G47, of which
oranges made np $582.71(3.
The most curious result of prof perfty
has been that the live stock exports,
which a few years ago were three or
four hundred thousand dollars, have
stopped entirely. The island Is now a
large importer of not on'y all sorts of
live stock, but of dressed and cured
meats. The price of horses and all
sorts of work animals has advanced
materially, and the people are eating
oo much more meat than they are rais
ing that meat has to be Imported.
The general condition of the people
is much better than formerly, largely
in response to the eradication cf the
hookworm, white the soil has been
made to respond more freely to Im
proved methods of culture.
HER LIFE STORY IN VERSE. ,
Mrs. Kidder Writes 130 Stanzas t
Celebrate Her Ninety-fifth E.rthday. I
Mrs. Harriet S. Kl.Uer celebrated
htr ninety-fifth birthday rently "at
her home in Aslmry Park, T. J. X
feature of an entertainnent she hadSl
rlanned for a hundred or more friends j
who spent the afternoon with her ws!
the reading of a wetn thai she ha
ARE YOU GOING
ON A VACATION? !
Can't You I'se a Little More Money
We Are Making j'
SPECIAL VACATION RATES 1
We will also for the months of Julyj
August and September loan you j
ONE MONTH FREE
Call and let us explain
CITIZEN'S LOAN COMPNY
Room 6. McKinnie block. Phone
East 11S7. Corner Fifteenth tree4
and Fourth uvenue, iioline, j
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
I'OR RENT In Robinson buildinff. well
lighted offices; all conveniences, in
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room 100. F. K.
FUR RENT A store, with living: rooms
in rear. Call old phone west 1164-K..
Inquire 1022 Twelfth avenue.
FOR RENT A suite oa two office rooms
with steam heat, over Math confec
tionery; cheap rent. Apply to Mr.
Krel! or Mr. Math, city.
FOR RENT Or sale, completely fur
nished ramping outfit. Watch Tower
. hill, near ear; pood wcter; alfo one
new bungalow tor rent. Apply at
postotlice for Mrs. Susie Morris, Sears,
FOR RENT Two very desirable store
roome, two rooms each, located t
alius Seventh avenue, city; very god
location for luncl. room. Ice cren
parlor, and confectionery, tailor ar-op,
millinery, barber shop, or grocery. In
quire 63 Thirty -ninth street, fiock
CHIKOS, THE PAUI1ST Watch Towe
park; fourth y-ar; if you Jeaire a
conscientious, reliable reading of your
hands, consult Mm; he hf-s iielpci.
many to solve th. perplexing ques
Hons of life; it worried ovr buMjiess.
health or heart ati ai i s. secui e me oen
efUs of his deen knowlPiKe of Scien
tific Palmistry. Readings, afternoons
and evemnurw. 25 and r' cent.. Life
reading, with typewritten horoscopt
PENNANTS, l!l'ITO;. I'I.EATINGS.
DAVENPORT 1 'I.KAT ''NO. HCTTOX i
NOVELTY (".--1'i.tne 733; ,23 So.
Putnam UuiMK-or. J 'avenport, Iowa.
Felt pennant.-. tUg .moiivgrams. pil
low covers, etc.: iecirdein and knife
pleatlngs, from 2c yaad and up. Buttons
covered in plain and colored ivory
rims, from l'e dozen up. rre3 forms
and work room ueviees and supplies
LA1J1KS' TAILOR ANO URESS
MAKEH. G. H. GKABHR.
Established 1902. Phone 73".
Smart tailored suits and gowns for all
acra.ai.ins. Exclusive and original de-
.gna. Advanced styles and perfect fit
gnaranterd. ramy dressmaking and
tailoring taught. Corsets expertly fitted.
So. Putnam building. Davenport. la.
ABSTR At l S OK XI riE.
jtto i AU'l of tlUt prepaxed or oou
Uou'd to data covering any real es
tate ' la the county. Prompt t.sd ac
curat service at I ' usouaole ratea
Hoc Island Title Abstract Corn-
. oan.y; J. J. Inter im, president; W. J
ew(Dr. tecriny; iOo-DoS. second
floor, peoples ."satlonei twnk build
FOI BALE -Store including stoc k and
nice house. Owner is doir.g a good
b-ulness. will take in a house us part
c-'ayment. Price $ 5.000. Here is a
good char.ce. E. M. Reading. No. 36,
McManus Hldg, Davenport, Iowa.
EXPhKSS ANI1 STORAGE.
RELIABLE SToKAUE On first floor;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent. Q.
iRoessler & Co.. 209 Fifteenth street.
VE can get you a tenant for ycur va
; cant house or rooms if you telephone
or send us a postal as soon as vacant.
not charge for this service.
..11"- 1 1 7.1 1
' street. Cavenport
written sjid copied on a tyrerriter.
The poera dealt with events in her
life and contained 130 stanzas. Mrs.
Kidder liicrned to use the typewriter
when she was ninety. She souzht the
machine when failing eyesljrht pre
vented her from writing with a pen
without running- her lines together.
She can scarcely see now. but In five
years she has mastered the keyboard.
Mrs. Kidder has lived under every
United State president except Wash
ington, Jefferson and Adams. She
tras In Paris when Napoleon III. was
crowned and in England In the early
part or Queen Victoria's reiem.
Quick Relief for Rneumatlam.
George W. Koons, La-.vton. Mich.,
says: "Dr. etchon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wife
wonderful benefit for rheumatism.
She could not lift hand or foot, had
to be lifted for two months. She
besan the use of the rocifdr ard
improved rapidly. On Monday she ,
could not move and on Wednesday J
she got up, dressed herself and walk- j
ed out for breakfast." Sold by Otto j
Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue, Rock
Island and Gust SchlegeL 20 West
Second street, Davenport.
All the news all the time The Argus.
FOR RENT ROOMS
FOR REST Modern tarnished rooms
at 1807 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 307 Third street.
FOR RENT In private family, furnish
ed room; 2402 Flf th-and-a-half ave
nue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Inquire at 0 Twelfth
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
suitable for one or two people, at 600
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, with all conveniences ; 711 Sev
FOR RENT Furnished sleeping rooms,
also light housekeeping rooms, at 215
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 600
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping and toieeptng rooms at 219 Vj
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at SIS
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
rooms In private family; modern; at
1104 First avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished light house
keeping rooms; bath and use of phone;
at 2S12 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, modern conveniences,
at lsl3H Third avenue.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms oa
nrsi uoor; water, aewer, ana gas
x oriy-secona street.
FOR RENT Two modern fux,'sae
rooms for light housekeepings "ee
phone, at 27iS Sixth aveaucy
FOR RENT Modern f urnlfd room,
suitable for married coupla "n loca
tion. Call old phone was 77.
FOR RENT Nicely tumlhed room In
modern home; no other roomers; 1121
Sixteenth street. pho 103-Y.
FOR RENT Three f nlahsd rooms for
light housekeeplnat. wllh "' wa
ter, and gas. at 70S Fourth avenue.
FOR BENT Io furnished rooms,
partly modern, suitable for light
Housekeeping, i 712 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping, also sleeping rooms, all mod
ern conveniences; 1620 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and
rooms for light housekeeping; mod
ern. A'hor-e west &49; liuS toecond ave
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, suitable
for litfht housekeeping. Apply at
1120 J-ourteenth-and-a-ualf street, or
FOR JtENT Two partly modern, newly
furnished rooms, lor light housekeep
ing; also one sleeping room; loi
FOR RENT Large, cool, modern room,
with plenty of shade and use of large
porches; board if desired; at Iojs
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms
furnisnea for light housekeeping; also
furmsned sleeping rooms; all modern,
at 12U4 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Four rooms on second
floor; water, sewer, and gas; rent rea
sonaole; good location. Inquire at
l.'j Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, in two or three-room
suites, on ground floor, close In; rates
reasonable , 626 Twenty-first street.
FOK RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping .ensuite or single rooms,
also fcH'rpiiig rooms, modern, at 13(Jl
Scund avenue. Old phone west 549.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished mod
ern rooms for light housekeeping, in
private lamily. inquire at 602 Twen-ty-fourth
street. Old phone tibis-iv.
FOR RENT Three modern nicely fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping.
with kitchen privileges; married cou
ple with references preferred; at 2110
FOK RENT MOUSES
FOK RENT A modern five-room cot
tage. Inquire at 6ul Fifth street.
FOK RENT A furnished six-room mod
ern house, until Oct. 1. Address "J.
G.." care Argus.
FOR RENT Five-room modern cottage
at luuT Fifteenth street. Inquire 534
FOR RENT Modern eight-room house
on Eighth-and-a-half avenue. Apply
la07 fcixth avenue.
FOR RENT Five-room modern flat at
lu23 Seventeenth street. Inquire 224
FOR RENT A modern eight-room
house at 1218 Fourth avenue; rent Jiu
Inquire at 1X31 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT A five-room cottage, almost
new, on Sixteenth avenue, star Elev
enth street. Inquire Reidy Bros.
FOR RENT Seven-room house at 735
Fourteenth-and-a-half street. Inquire
725 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOK RENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. E. H. Ouyer.
FOR KENT House at 4212 Sixth ave
nue; all modern; six rooms, and bath
Ii.quire E. Thonn, 610 Twenty-eighth"
FOR RENT Five-room house in South
Rock Island; well and claurn. In
quire 2418 Ninth street. South Rock
FOR RENT Eight-room house, all
modern improvements; also four-room
flat, with water and aewer; at 63ti
FOR RENT FLATS
FOR RENT Three-room fiat at 633
Thirty-eighth street. Inquire 30S
FOR RENT Four-room flat, with bath,
all modern conveniences, at 1513 u
FOR RENT A cottage in desirable lo
cation; rent reasonable. Inquire at
644 Twenty-first street-
FOR RENT Sir-room flat at 60s Six
teenth street; ail modern conveniences
Apply 1714 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Three-room flat, upstairs,
with gas. water, and sewer, at 43
Twenty-first street. Inquire 1027 Fif
FOR RENT Five-room modern flat;
rtoi .inquire ixeorge uraham,
1326 Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Old
phone west 158-Y.
FOR RENT A three-room flat, with
cloaet. pantry, wash kitchen, and eel
lax room; electric light, and gas
range; also use of phone; centrally
located. Address "R. Y. 10." care Ar-,
JACOB W. HERCULES Architect and
Superintendent, Architectural Engin
eer; reinforced concrete and steel con
struction; office buildings, publi;
buildings, factories, residence work.
Offices. 400-401 People's National
FOR RENT COTTAGES.
FOR RENT Campbell island cottages,
by the week or season: make your
reservations early; newly renovated,
good well close by. electric light, etc
For illustrated folder, address L. P.
T -Tf ty"rrVi Wsf srjaam. XU.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Two young men as sales
men. Apnly room 7. Dittoe building,
Bradv street. Davenport. lwa. -
WANTED Three Catholic gentlemen to
represent us In Rock Island and vi
cinitv; good wages paid; references
required. "J. C" care of Argus.
WANTED Man experienced In temper
ing: one who has had some general
blacksmith experience preferred. Ap
ply Rock Island Manufacturing com
WANTED An experienced wrapplr
paper and btg salesman, living11
Davenport, Rock Island or Mol!
salary and expenses. 8. X. Sch'
& Co, 1Z2S Waba&h avenue, Cfc-
WANTED Representative; wn;
endure inside drudgery? Be ur reP"
resentative; outside health" . wor,1f
your own boss; 15 dally un "s fell-Ino-
rniiffimir" m r!iirig o J ex
perience unnecessarv. stvis, Presl
dent. 1406 Carroll avev
WANTED Agents; O. North Ameri
can Accident and f com
pany, with assets ' 2.000,e00, has
pc!:cy contracts t1 are ePT to sell;
commissions to -gents very attrac
tive; big mcnr'r parties employed
in factories ad Btorcs vrho wish to
adl to their pcome; no experience re
quired. Apy ' to 8 p. m.. 9 to 13
a. m. WllJm Smith, manager, 408
ANTED FEMALE HELP
wnTED A housekeeper; apply at
no Fifth street
n ANTED A gtrl at S021 Fifth avenue.
Old phone 1447-L.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; 2014 Fourth avenue
WANTED Competent girl at "24 Nine
teenth, street, in small family.
WANTED Two girls at Wright s res
taurant, 224 Seventeenth street.
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework at 614 Twelfth street.
WANTED A girl at the Rock Island
Steam laundry, 1814 Third avenue.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework at 192':' Eighth ave
nue. WANTED Girl to d general house
work three in family; at 1027 Nine
WANTED A girl to do housework; no
washing; goud wages; at 74S Twenty-third
WANTED Three dining room girls; $6
per week; at Janes" restaurant, 1S10
WANTED A compot.nt frirl to do gen
eral housew.irk. .Mrs. J. IS. lngalls,
909 Twentieth f-tret.
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework: fjood wa?es; fanjily of
three. Inquire 2735 Seventh avenue.
WANTED Two Catholic ladies to rep
resent us in vicinity of Rock Island;
will pay good wages to hustlers. "J.
C," care of Argus.
WANTED Girls 18 years or over to
learn operating; A 1 reference re
quired. Apply to manager of Central
Union Telephone company.
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework; good wages; no wash
ing; one who will be willing to go to
a country home for summer; 104
Thirteenth street. Old phone west
WANTED Girl or woman to do cook
ing and general housework for two
mt-n ; preler eldt-rly woman, one who
can ortit r groceries and meals and
can manaire house by herself. Call or
telephone Lieutenant Maish, Rock Is
land arsenal. i'llone either west 1031
or west 14!.
WAMEl) 31 A LE Olt FEMALE.
W ANT E It A tonoeT" bVrry'Vif- ker f o r
raspberries and blackberries; 2 cents
a quart. Frank N-irris, Twentj -fourth
street. Cemetery roai.
WANTED INdUonby lady stenogra
pher and bookkeeper; seven years"
experience. "S. li.," 2ul3 Fourth ave
nue. WANTED A position as housekeeper;
references. Address "Housekeeper,"
eare general delivery. Davenport,
WANTED Situation as housekeeper fur
widower by rnid lle aged woman with
out children. Address "A. L. li.," care
WANTED Position in office or bank;
young married man with university
education; can give satisfactory ree -omnifciidalion.
("ail oj- address "R. A.
W.," care William Schaarmann, 731
WANTED A gasoline motor, two to
three horse power. Inquire at 213
WANTED Two or more modern un
furnished rooms in good location, by
young couple. "K. M.," lKl Second
WANTED To buy, furniture and stoves
of all kinds; v.-ill pay i.ighest market
prices for second hand goods. Kniff
Second Hand store, 165 Third avenue,
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly called for and deliv
ered. Mrs. Luei:a Tiiterlngton, 1441
Fourteenth street. Old pi.oiie west
WANTED Boarders and roomers; also
table boarders. Inquire at German
boarding house, under new manage
ment, 1405 Fourth avenue, old phone
WANTED Washings to do at the Col
ored liome Laundry. 72d Fourteenth
street; excellent band work done; or
ders wiii receive our prompt atten
tion. Old phone west till-X. Laster.
LET Fross do your painting, varnlsh-
it.g, decorating, and paper hanging;
prices right, work guaranteed; an es
timate will coat you nothing; 2521
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or becure
a situation, the Alali and Journal is
the only paper in .Molina that can d j
it for you. Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and .Mall and Journal
wants brLT.g retuiis. One-ralf cent
per word is the price to all alike,
cash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday ilail and
Journal. Moiine, I1L
atONET TO liOAS.
LAJJLSi en furniture, pu.ita. Aorsca,
wagons, eta, quickly, privately, at ttie
joweit rates. Mutual Loan Company
unlnc). room 411. People's National
bank building, xiew phone 615; bid
none west 122.
WE 1UK A SFaXTIALTT of loaning
snoaey on bouaebold goods. horxa,
waeonsb without removal and
In a quiet eray. Call on ua for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan Company, room
40 1 Best buildlDat-
WANTED A few small Investors to
Join me in forming small company to
farm 100 acres of best irrigated land
in Texas near San Antonio. Land will
produce t4uG or more clear profit per
acre yearly. Owner wlil accept por
tion oi the crops for hatf-f purchase
price of land. Excellent chance for
safe and profitable investment. Full
Information furnished. Address R. T.
Burge. general delivery, K naaa City,
'..-OR SALE CITY PROPERTY
J for SALE Twelve rooms and bath on
ant rooming, city water, gas, electric
ji-tt furnace heat In each room, lot
CJT06. Fruit trees, grapes, barn.
aJl for J4.100. V. N. S'ercer,
120 Third avenue, phone W 112.
OR BALE New six room house, base
ment, furnace, large level lot, two
blocks from Elm street car. Made of
cement blocks with hard pine finish,
would eost $2,200 to build, but can
sell at $1,900. ,V. N. Mercer, 1920
Third avenue, phone W 112.
FOR SALE Eight-room souse, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue; easy terms. Inquire at resi
dence. FOR SALE Lots In went end: high,
level; $S"0 up; one with two-room
house, $500: street car; easy payments.
IL A. Weld.
FOR SALE A seven-room bouse, with
furnace, gas,and bath; lot 50x592: a
good chance for somebody; 2103 Sev
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located at 2736 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE A 10-room house. In nice
location, with all modern conveni
ences: on car line. Inquire at 2901
FOR SALE A six-room house on cor
ner lot 75x300, located in Sears and
laces iweinn pireei; nice
live; price $3,200. IL K. Walker,
Ff)H Sil.n A nice new sauare two
trtrv lintig hiiilt on th modern plan
and located In South Heights; good
sised lot; price $2,U'J. iv. waiaer
FOR SALR Lot 108x140 feet. In Sears,
on the bluff, with fine view, suitable
for bungalow or summer home in
quire of Miss Shoemaker, 815 Twen
FOR SALE Seven-room house on Elev
enth street, close to Seventh avenue
is two story and on lot 40x150; quite
a nice home-like place; price i,D'rj
H. K. Walker, agent.
FOR SALE Five and six-room nouses.
from $1,400 to $1,600; small payment
down; 25 lots, from $300 to $450. $23
down, balance in nve years, u. w.
Robinson, 1454 Richmond street.
Fhone west 1165-K.
FOR SALS: At 1608 Fifteenth street,
east front facinar Lone View park.
seven -room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace; $3,000; one-halt cash,
easy terms for balance; rents for $20
rer month. F. K. Rhoads, 100 Rob
FOK SALE Lots on Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth and Eigh
teenth avenues; cement walks; easy
walking distance of west end factor
ies; terms, small payment dowr, bal
ance or your own terms. Inquire of
j. U. bcheuerman, 1700 bixtn wtreeu
FOR SALE Cheap, a few choice lots;
paved streets, walks, sewer, water,
gas. trees in tract, tine surroun lings,
beautiful homes, street car right to
your doer, three blocks from Ixmg
View lark. For particulars call on
G. Elmer Blakesley, 123o Glenhuist
, court Phone west 1167-L. Twelfth
street. Twelfth avenue addition.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Second hand tea and coffee
wagons, cheap. Home Tea company,
FOR SALE Rubber tired surrey at
1.2 Fourteenth street. Old phone
FOR SALE- Cheap, team of mules and
coal wagon. E. B. McKown, 14tl Sec
FOR SALE One No. 5 Oliver typewrit
er, almost sew. Inquire 840 lwenty
tilth street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Cheap, a Decker Brcs. up
rii;ht piano is tirst class condition.
inquire muimngs at 2411 EightU ave
FOR SALE A sanitary couch, gas stove
bed room set, kituncn tables, and a
few chickens, at 1406 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE The beautiful gold coin
strain Buff Orpingtons; eggs and day -olj
chicks; catalogue free. J. H. Jo
seph, bears, iil
FOR SALE Houseboat, now on shore
one-half mile east ui Watch Tower:
all hard pine interior finish; wilt make
n.ie summer residence. Old phone
FOR SALE Steel range with hot water
front; hard coal stove davenport and
other lurmtuie in good condition;
must sell at once. Inquire 1127 Sev
FOR SALE Two-story seven-room
house on Eleventh street near Sev
eiuii avenue, on lot 4oxl50 and ail in
very good repair; price $l,&uo. 1L K.
W aiker. agent.
FOR SALE Large handsome sorrel
driving horse, city broke, perfectly
gentle; a iso Chalmers-Detroit auto
mobile, luiiy equipped, tine condition.
Inquire of Dr. Craig.
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, five-passenger
touring car and two two-cylinder
runabouts, suitable tor business ve
hicles, all in good condition. W. H
Bolles, 2412 Imrd avenue.
FOR SALE Second hand Yale motor
cycle in good condition; also 23 weeks'
tuition in .Brown's Business college;
will sell cheip for cash. Inquire at
l.20 Seventeenth street. Rock Island,
or call 44u-K old phone.
FOR SALE W eare authorized to sell
lr tr.e underwriters', salvage on one
Moline'two-cylinder car, consisting of
one chassis, engine, hood, two oil
lan-ps, set of tools, etc. Inquire
Hayes &. Clcaveiand, 102 Rchinson
FOR SALE LANDS
FOR SALE An 8u-acre farm, near Bil
vis; a bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE 190 acres land; fl.le Im
provements; near Taylor Ridge; a
bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALF 224 acts stock farm; One
Improvement; four miles from Milan;
price $100 per acre. Reidy Broa
FOR SALE 193 acres of flne bottom
isr.d; ail can be cultivated; price $6a
per acre; this is a bargain. Eckhart
FOR SALE Fine farms in Ward coun
ty. North L.ikia; near Mlnot- 3.
Eugene Mattiaon, 1131 Twentieth
ttrert. Phone 131S.
FOR SALE 320-acre farm, all in high
state of cultivation; flne improve
ments; located in Rock Island county;
price J12i per acre. Eckhart ct Buf
lum. Foil SALc 160-acre farm, two miles
from Milan, located on the main road;
farm is rolling, but is a good stock
farm and close In; piice $12a per
acre. 11. K. Walker, agent,
FOK tALt Good truck farm la Boau
Hock Island; very reasonable price;
good houae and outbuildings. For
particulars call on Reidy Broa. room
4. Jaitcheil & Lycde bulidfjg.
FOR SALE Or exchange," eoo acres
line rice farm in Arkansas, adjoining
city of 5,0-jO population, with four
railroads; 400 acres under cultivation;
first class improvements. Write "Own
er," ZZ2'j Michigan avenue, Indiana
FOR BALK be vera! lmprovea farms la
Worth county, lows. These farm ar
level, black soil; none more than four
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
from $70 to $20 per acre. These farms
are all bargains. WUllaos Jennings
Rock Island house.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Caroline Long, deceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator of said es
tate has this day filed his final report
and settlement as such in the probate
court of Rock Island county, and hear
ing on said report has been set for July
7. 1911. at 9 o'clock a. m.. at which time
persons Interested may appear and make
objections 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, and
wilt also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island. I1L. June 15. A D. 191L
JOHN L. LONG.
Lnclan Adams, attorney.
State of Illinois, County of Rock Isl
In the circuit court of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit of the state of Illinois,
held In and for the county of Rock Isl
and. In Chancery.
Eliza Doty. Stella Doty and Oertle
Prouty. complainants, vs. John Dl'l. tee
unknown heirs or devisees of John Dill,
deceased. Hamilton Dill, the unknown
heirs or devisees of Hamilton Dill, de
ceased. Marian Dill, the unknown heirs
or devtsees of Marian 'Dill, deceased,
the unknown owners of the northwest
quarter of section number seven In
township number sixteen, north of range
number five west, of the fourth princi
pal meridian. In the county of Rock Isl
and and state of Illinois, defendants.
Rill to nnlet title.
) To the above named defendants and
to everyone or them:
Affidavit of your non-reldence and of
the non-residence of everyone of you,
having been filet in the above entitled
cause In the office of the undersigned
clerk of the circuit court of the county
of Rock Island In the state of Illinois,
you are hereby notified that said com
plainants have tiled In said court their
bill of compallnt against you on the
chancery side of said court; that a sum
mons In chancery has been lssud In
said cause against you returnable to the
September term. A D. 1911 of said court
to be begun and holden In the court
house In the city of Rock Island In said
county and state on the third Monday
of September. A D. 1911. at which time
and place you will appear and plead, an
swer or demur to the bill of complaint
as you tuny see fit.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this
6th day of July. A D. 1911.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Walker Ingram & Sweeney, complain
PLEASENT F. COX Real Estate and
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented. Tou' pat
ronage solicited. . Phones west 22. and
new 5172. Office at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glass;
real estate and loans. Socond floe r,
Safety building. Office phone west
996. Residence phone 728-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, ad
ministrators', gatirdlans". trustees' or
any kind of Judicial bonds: lodges and
society officers: city, state or U. S.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleve
land, resident managers. Fidelity &
Deposit company of Maryland.
LOST ASO FOUND
LOST Cameo breastpin, large coral head.
Leave at this office, or phone west
920-Y, and receive reward.
LOST Gold watch charm; initials "M.
K." engraved on same. Notify P. O.
Box 455 and receive reward.
LOST Brown Gordon setter pup, four
months old; tan feet, white breast and
tip of tall white. Reward for return
to 213 Thirteenth street.
LOST Between McCabe's store and
Tenth avenue and Twelfth street a
small brown alligator purse contain
ing about $7.72. Suitable reward for
return to Argus.
LOST Saturday evening, between Six
teenth street and Second avenue and
Spencer square a gold locket set with
small pearls and one opal. Return to
226 H Seventeenth street for reward.
LOST Saturday night, stickpin, with
set. between Shield grocery anl cor
ner of Twenty-slxlh street and Fif)i-
and-a-half avenue. Reward for re
turn to Mrs. C. D. Schoede, 525 Twenty-sixth
LOST Between Eleventh avenue and
Seventeenth street. Rock Island, and
Tenth street, Moiine, a purple brooch,
diamond center and pearl settings.
Liberal reward If returned to Bowl
by's Music House Rock Island.
LOST July 4, at the foot of Nineteenth
street, at boat landing, a linen purse
containing $2 bill, some chango, and
four tickets for Brown's Business
college alumni excursion. Return to
628 Forty-fourth street for reward.
PROFESSION AX 41TUBA1CV1.
torneys-at-law. Offlce in Reck Island
National bank building.
kUAKUU & 1AK1LALL Lawyer.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms & and 30J, barely
building, Bock Irland. UX.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney,
general law bueineea; corporation,
probate and real estate law; 811 peo
ples Bank building. Phone west 849.
WALKER. INGRAM SWl'KNlCY At
torneys and counselors Hi law Money
to loan oa real estate. Roous 800
808. People's National bank building.
McENlRX at McaiNlRI .Attorney s-at.
law. MB tuuuo u wuu cwuritj;
make collections.- Keteronoea, Mitch
ell sc I.ynde, baakera. Office, Mitchell
. una buildings
FOR BALE Postal and penny picture
gallery; must sell on account of poor
health; a snap for some one; cheap
for cash. Call north 1244-Y; toyyfe
Brady street, Davenport. Iowa,
NEED CASH Have 120 acres good
fruit land near Jacksonville, lis;
must sell; will take $7 per acre; 10
acre lot cash, worth $500; warranty
deed and abstract. R. H. Parker, 4615
Franklin, Cleveland. Ohio.
MULTIPLE feLiCTKOLIaU (superflu
ous hairs on iace ana arms perma
nently removed with on to tlx
needles; four to six hours' work la
one with six; treatments given at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad
dreea Mlsa A. M. Klttrldge, Flat L
Argyle Flats. Jiredy street. Oavcu.
opposite the court aouae. liock Island
oort Old phases Site.
HEAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE: Money making op
portunity: 1,440 acres uoioraoo irri
gated valley land; one-half mile to
railroad and postoffice; splendid col
onisation project; price $S per acre;
Incumbrance $14,000; will bear Inves
tigation; will accept Chicago equity,
if modern, or clear outside property;
quick action necessary. C. Spots
wood. $00 North Clark, Chicago, 111,
UAfcftAGE FOR MEM AND ffOaXN.-
Mra Jl. w. auiier, graduate macseuse;
electric vibrator treatsaeata. vapor
baths, scientific body and facial mas
sage, therapeutic lights, spinal treat
ment Swedish movements, eta. Hours
from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Henley build
ing, suite 12, corner Fourth and Brady
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp-
pianock nursery, cut nowers ani
design of all kinds. City store, 1607
iecond avenue. Telephone 1110.
Maaoalc. r '
TRK LODGE, NO. 57. A. F. A A M.
Meets In stated communication
SLlJ$ the first Thursday of I '
r'nionth at 7:2ft p. m. By order
of Carlton O. Taylor. W. VLi WlUIaiB-t
B. Pettlt. secretary.
Bretberfeae et American Tuna -: tt
ROCK ISLAND HOaOE-!, t
TEAD MO. 12IL Meant
I second and fourth rrldai
! nines at Hea tin's haU
CHABT-"f BaCFKBV '.
cte c-cifin'Q BT PiyROAT T.TX Hi 8u0
cessor td the Diamond Joe uat steam
st. Lona TO ST. PACTS
Largest and finest passenger stea
ers on the . Mississippi river. Serv
11 ret class.
Steamers due to leave Rock Island
St. Paul. Mlnn at 12, noon, oa June
July 8. 17. 2. "
Steamers due to leave Rook Island fori
St. Louis Mo., 7:30 a. m., on July 4. 12,1
22. 31. . - J
For rates and Information address Q.5
J. Mangan. agent. Rock Island. J
Office, foot of Nineteenth street. BelJ 1
phone west 326. 1
Estate of James S.
having been ap-M
pointed administrator of the estate oC.
James S. Gllmore, late of the county of.
Rock Island, state of Illinois, decease
hereby give notice that they will ap
pear before the probate court of Rook
Island county, at the probate court
room. In the city of Rock Island, at the
September term, ou the first Monday In
September next, at whloh time all per
sons having claims agalnat said estate
a r a mi 1 1 ft it And rptu?ftted to atte&A
for the purpose of having the same ad-.
Justed. All persons Indebted to said -)
tate are requested to tnake immediate t
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 22nd day of June. A D. 1111. .
W E. TAYLOR. -HUGH
E. CURTia .
Estate of Ben Henry Redecker, d'
The undersigned having been ap
erslgned having been ap
;cutor of the lajxilian4
)f Ben Henry J
of the counti
Illinois, deceased, rr
that he will appeaij the address upon
oourt of Rock Islan.. K,.h v.
bate court room. lrtowB. ln wb-lc&
land,- at the Auguaeen hastened, our
Monday In August . . whose) wel
all persons havlnio,e ln wO08 wel
estate are notitledi deep and abiding,"
adJusted.nnetbnhlriK an im-
estate are request between their raaj
payment to the unu .i th r(ifta
Dated this 16th daun8 lne "WBe
1911. hugh e. curt a passive.
PubUcatloa Not nt Partlci-
State of Illinois, Rockion and dl1
ty ss: ie.
Probate Court of Rock
To the September term, yINPLAEU.
Petition to sell real prt.miBe al-dbt-
Central Trust & Stivlm Irish flag. It
istrator c. t. u of the jhown the sec
Allais, deceaned, vs. Sid , ,
Allan, William Allais. emblem, so
Jacob Waldmun, and Jobv 0f ino atars
AlHdavIt of tho non-re'
ney Allars, Don Allars .
lars, defendants ubove ntifiife
been tiltxl in the oflieetof the clerk
the probate court of R(ck Island cou
ty, notice Is hereby given to the a
Sidney Allars. Don Allars and Fra
Allars that the said plaintiff. Cent
Trust & Savings Bank, iidmlnist rator f
t a. of the estate of Ixuis Allars, J
ceased, has tiled Its petition in the ss
probate court of Rock iKland county
an order to nrll the premises belongl
to the estate of said deceased, or
much of it a may be nqfeded to pay I
debts of said deceased and described
All that part of lot thlrt '
liraHli.T r's sul-d ivlslon f th-' ..
acres of the north one-elgh 1 he dir
eleven 1 1 . township fe'gyarJ IV
north, range two 2 wee , ...
p. M., which lies west of. last night
Railway's company's rlgh,rig between
premises being formerly .... ,
eleven (111, twelve (12, wa "till
fourteen i4i. fifteen 'fternoon, hav
(1. and tlie ulley dlvl, . , .
ward H. ouyer s . jb U' llble reconl
lot thirteen .13', and over a fljterl
ted. situated in Roc"
llliijois. And that a s
issued out f said C ,
returnable at the Sept
1911. of H;Ud court. ttlilOp Q
4th day of September. II UL lU
court house In Rock J
land county. Illinois, I PCTTIT
Now. unless you, tl J, I l I I
lars. lion Allars and
perHonally be and s
(hfflrst'Vb.y or FounI
hoiien at the court ho 'u.p in
Rock Island, in ald.c lu
day of September, IPt'iliran
wer or d-mur to t'"8n.
petition filed there,
matters and thing
stated will be tak. . Jame8 Pettlt,
a decree entered KeaVy Grata COfn
to the prayer of Ba,i. '
Rock island, in., .la the lake near
JOHN E. FLRMLer h0me today.
Hugh E. Curtis, ....
jlcito med to take a
. t whether death
flood 6 room
' bouse. .
af w ater.
Modern 6 room cotts '"
F.rm 'co'tVa;;' inquisitive
nue, 6 years old. 1
good well and cjtB to Know About
A new modern 7 AIaka Lands.
14 H street, eas ,
j,omo y lU'breseiitaMvo
Two modern 7 democrat) today Intro-
12th street ,ef "
race, lot 75y requt-KtlriK the prj
WE WR.' ine house with Inor-
TW TUTU at' " any' r;Prt'en,a
2lQXn)lQ&l4 to him by Richard
405 agent of the Ougt;cn-
ti," Kfchard IJalllngfr,
of the Interior, or
t, the prebldent'a broth-
Caafiil6ontrol of the lands sur-
roller bay, Alaska.
Th Bucouiuiitfe on txpendl-
FIRE. IJFa .t'-rior department at a
8TOR today d t ided to on
Estimation Into the Con
Offlce, 172$ ler Monday.
HAS A SHOCK
nWi aii'l InliubitAntl
m l rm m aim .
JS. W. I lr 8 Two earth--.
this morning at
ContractOipanie followed, n
1hin Into the street.
11 and other tuildinM
d. Hundreds of ttliii-
dent's Party Sails.
pLla, Pa., July 8. At noon.
- government yacht May
Prcsidnt Taft nJ a sj:i
ManTjraeU on board, )aaed out to
"iL'diSod Uie Vlrslnla caaua.
ere la Oia.se. , s .
street, - .jj'-: .