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THE WOCK TSTTA3TB rAWSTJS, TriTJRSDAT. JXJCY 20, 1911.
The Artfus DaHy
Buttons are plertr, nd thread is cheap,
Yet bachelors look forlorn,
Because they lack tho skill or the knack
Or woman to 8ew them on.
Fin m baeneler.
AXSWEB TO VE'TERDATS PTZZLE.
twei rijcht coraer dinra, against boy" knur.
JOHN W. GATES,
DEAD GAME SPORT
AND NERVY FIGHTER
Continued From Page Four.l
"Very well.' be said.
r:i do it If
yoaTl pay me bock.'
'Of course I'll pny yon back, you
horrid tMngT exclaimed his eousii.
" 'AH right, said he. 'You dldu'l
"Oh, we!!.' said she. lat time tb.
horse didn't win. you know.' "
Here Is another tyiicul Gates story:
I once knew a e-.oductor w nose ran
was out of Chicago fur i!00 niiU-s east
ward, lie was noted for the rega!
manner In which when off duty he
spent dollars where other rahrocd men
modestly lfiid out dimes.
"One day I caught his train at a
small station and, sitting !n a conch,
watched him jiis through, eollUit?
tickets and cash fnrcs. tLe latter ben)".'
most frequent. Tfcirikitig I wouiel hu't
him up and have n talk, I went to t;ie
next car n little lr.tr-r.
"He sat In one end. throwing silver
and gold pieces up In the r.ir, catching
them again a th-y fH.
"'What on earth are you doing?" I
asked with interest.
"lie tossed and dexterously caught a
five eloiiar gid jiece Id-fore he an
swered. "A11 th:-t .-tick on the beil Cord be
long to the Iiike Shore,' ho answered,
'and the rest are m'ie:' "
While tUe oil ex i: ineut was at Irs
height In T .tn? several veers pj-'O Mr.
GateM put up at a hot"3! in P.eautuon'.
where oolf i-i- J girls wece eui;kijed :.
n us "-n foil-
k 'ir two and cr.
! ar rauNi.v. Fa v
' I i:rn. a li't if
i per v i " K for 5
tt U'hi; in I ail.
lithly iwiymi nt If desired.
We 1..m money n houfehold
g..oiis. pianos, iivt' !w k. eif.,
without removal, any amount
iron 35 to JlvO.
I'hcnf 241 r. if you nor it
nj. !!. or Mil oil tt.ts blank a:il
mail iii af. imr ot-.r.de ri' la. a-i i. t
will Od;'-. til !iu expense to you.
I s J
21? w BrJy Ftreot.
1 a ;iiort. I a.
Ol'l rlioiie north 24i3.
WeUiiffJay aiid S-tuiJ.iy
I'hune West 177.
Open from 8 in the
morning to 6 in ths
evening, except Satur
day evenings, lentil 9
1 Take o-e "
whore for a w
C joy yuur.--i.' "i
P us iif i; . ui i
HWCfk . i . cent :
W'Tk. S a
At the dinner table, on the evening
of nls arrival, wishing to be pie want
to the girl who had taken great pains
to se that he hod everything he -wanted,
fce turned to her and Baid. not
knowing whether she was marri-jd or
not, "How is your husband, Eltaa 7'
"He ain't much bettah, sah." replied
"O.'i, then he's been sfek. What's the
matter with him?" asked Mr. Gates.
"Why. de doctah say he got exclam
atory rheumatism, eah."
"Exclamatory rheumatism? You
iafnn Inflammatory rhenmatiem, don't
yoa? Exclamatory means to cry out,"
aai:l Mr. Gates.
"Kat's Jes' it, suit. Dat's Jes' it. He
do n-Jthln but cry out all de tim.;."
WLIle Mr. Gates was down In Flor
ida a few years ago he met a great
mmy pecp'e, and it seemed as though
every native had a military title, such
as "major," "captain" or "colonel."
One tn(rni2g ilr. Gates said to a
southern entletnan, "Say, Mr. nill
sun. that gentleman you intro-luced
me to last evenln:: looked pretty young
foi u colouel, don't you think?" "Who
i'olonel I.-jnarcl? Yes. be is kind of
Viii:n?.'' "Was lie la the civil war?"'
1:i -julre-j Mr. Gate?. "No, I don't think
so." "In the Spanish war?" "No."
Well, how does be get tLe tlt!e of
coIiti'-I, then?"' "Oh. he's a colorel by
marri:;j-. Yr-'i see, he married Colonel
Andrews' wldjw, so he's a colonel hlm
he'f now, myjor."
Mrs. Gates told this one:
I so eli.;.njed of my husband
'u'h iu Iondon," said Mrs. Gates.
"Ain'.i:rf the ordinary tourist stents
wl'itli we i;j cn our last trip r.broad
v. ;,s a visit to Mine. Tussaud's wax
woiks. )ue ff our friends asked us
l;.i-,v v.f- liked it. and my husband re
p!::d, 'Well, it itr.pressod me as very
tai:.-h i:ke any Enpiis'i pnrty.' "
Mr. Gr.tes once to'.d tin's taie about a
friend 'f Ms who went into tli' Alps
!n an efoit to escape from "all the
Uiij-.lern iiuprovt-ruents'' of life:
"My friend begun the ascent to the
fcopioe of Bernard." said Mr.
Gates. 'Vlien about an hoar's climb
from t!ie pass he was stopped by a
p; (!or!o fog. Jie wnite.i gleefully, ex
i j: eitiiig to be rescued by the dogs and
b' ab'e to crn:c back to us with a
hoivrver, a n
ti;ri'iii)K story. The dojrs did not xme,
nd the foi? partly ll?tel. So
d Lis cilmb and finally ar-
r:."l tit in.? hospice, wnc-re he was
we'eotned vrr. rmly ly th? broiiiera.
His first question was:
'Why did you not send the dog-s out
in so dangorous a fog'
"Me nearly dropped from bis chair
when one of the brother said:
'"You did not telephone u.'
" 'Telephone you?" he ejaculated-
t? " 'y.' was ihe answer. 'Yon see,
'i shelters ave been built all nlon the
fj ! i ui It. and each shelter has been pro
f ' vtiit-d with a telephone. If a fog comes
j ; up all one has to do is to go ts the
j nearest shelter and telephone. We Imr
cucdiuieJy send n man and dog to that
shelter. The dog carries bread, cheese
and wine. As we know at lust what
shelter the climber is, no time i lost
II i IIKklil iUL U1U1.
Mr. Gate said his frlei
gusted with having his
friend was dls
il? KiHK"Kei in ine neaa mat as lert
Switzerland at ence.
t::iir- -n: face and arms prraia-lu-iu'y
removed with one to six
, four to six iiOvir' work in
rj.e !th six: tr.-atrnf v.ts (riven at
l-on-.e 'lniet-. ot t"-rw de.ired Ad-di..-i
Miss A. !. K.ttrtdge. Flat 1.
-'.i Fiats. I?rady nrftt, I;aven-
! I m , Old r'i"n S136.
BI SIXERS CHAJtCKS.
SAl.E Gr.wry tor. clean tock.
iii; d-r.iid hi.smeM. jood iocatlon.
..ip rent: three lare-p living: rsoir.a;
;!ie of aeilirjc. Hckn-. Ai.dru
Fi-.'ey. general dt i'very, Ro-k la
jJACUH V HEKCULliS- Architect and
! S : x rir.tendent. Architecturai I ;r. -1 n -I
trr. reinlorced concrete and tel con-
?tru. tli.r. : off.ee bui'.dir.ga, public
' buiMiTgs, fa:torie. res;leiiee work.
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AFr-TRACTS of title prepared or con
tir. -td to !ite cover iag ar.y rtal es
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Fourteenth-and-a-half street; water,
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FOR KENT- After Aug. 1, seven-room
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FOR RF.XT FLAT
FOR KENT Four-room modern flat at
713 Fourteenth street. Inquire within.
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all modern conveniences, at IMS;
i Iiiru a en we.
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pnone west liSS-Y.
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FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted cfTices; all conveniences. in
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc.; one choice suite with large pri
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FOR KENT A iarge barn; inquire 7i0
Twenty-second street. Old pnoue west
FOR KENT A store, with living rooms
In rear. Call old phone west 1164-K..
Inquire 1021 Twelfth avenue.
FOR KENT A suite of two office rooms
with steam heat, over Matu a confec
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Kreil or Mr. Math. city.
FOR RENT Two very aeslrfe store
rooms, two rooms each, located at
3Su Seventh avenue, city; very good
location for lunch room, ice create
parior, taJ coulee tiouery. ta.iior auop.
milliner), barber shop, oi grocery. In
quire Ml TQlrty-nmth street. Rock
LET Fross do your painting, varnish
ing, decorating, and paper hanging;
prices right, work guaranteed; in es
timate will cost )uJ uothing, 2521
IF VOL WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or Secure
s situation, the Mail and Journal Is
the only paper in Moline that can do
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are popular, ar.d Mali and Journal
wants bring results One-ralf cent
per word Is the price to all alike,
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LOST A leatr.er bllibock containing
about 117 .two prescriptions, and pass
from soldiers' home. Return to Frank
Dunaway. 214 Fifth avenue for liberal
LOST Between Seventh and Tenth av
enues on Fifteenth Etreet, a pair of
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designs of all kinds. Clry store, 1C07
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
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WANTED Tailor; steady position and
good waa-es for bustielman. Address
'53." care Argus.
WANTED Live agent to place gum
machines en commission. R. S. Place,
2113 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Three young men to run to
Omaha. Neb., on private rtain; must
be over IS years af agre. Inquire 3116
Fifth avenue. In basement.
WANTED A young business man de
sires to get in to-ich with real estate
firm. Address "Real Estate," care
WANTED Representatives: you can
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and town lot contracts, in beautiful
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plan: liberal commissions. Bryant iV
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WANTED Agents; the North Ameri
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pc"cy contracts that are easy to sell;
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in factories arid stores who wlsa tJ
add to their Income; no experience re
quired. Appry 7 to 8 p. m., 9 to 10
a. m. William A- Smith, manager, 40S
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phone west 1S71-L.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; 2014 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work. Apply at 1914 Third avenue.
WANTED A competent cook; apply to
Mrs. F. W. Biiinsea, 723 Twentieth
WANTED A woman to wash for fam
ily ot three. Apply 611 Thirty-ninth
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
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WANTED To rent, by Aug. fi, a five
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WANTED Two gentlemen to room and
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WANTED To buy a second- hand sani
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WANTED A competent cook, no sec
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Apply to 611 Twenty-nrst street, Mo
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tyewriter, good cordition, for goou
talking machine, Addret-a "F. C. C,"
WANTED Two unfurnished roorrs for
lilit housekeeping by widow
with references. Call or address 41!f
Nim teeiith street, city.
WANTED To buy, furniture and stoves
ot ail kinds; v.-Hl pay highest market
prices tor second hand goods. K.mf
hecond ilanu store, lt25 ihird avenue,
WANTED To launder, la;e curtains;
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FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE Cash for bargains in city
property. If you have a bargain. 1
have the customers, so let's trade. V.
N. M-rer, 19C0 Third avenue. Phone
FOR SALE 31.100 buys four-room
house and two lots, 60x162 each, near
Seventh avenue r.l Thirty-fifth
street: lots are worth th price ask
ed. V. N. Merr-er. 1920 Third avenue.
Phone west 112.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage, near
Eighth street and Seventeenth avenue;
attic, basement, and furnace: owner
must sell: price J1.S0O. ISr0 cash, bal
nnre monthly. V. N. Mercer. 1920
Third avenue. Phone west 112.
FOR SALE Lot In business district:
reasonable. Address "Lot," care Ar
gus. FOR SALE Ete-ht-room house, cerner
Twentieth street and Tenth avenue;
easy terms. Inquire at residence.
FOR SALE Lots in South Heights,
easy terms. Inquire Charles Ullemey
er, druggist, 534 Sixteenth street.
FOR BALE Lots In west end: Mgh.
level; fSOO up: one with two-room
house, t'00: street car; easy paynaenta
II. A. Weld.
FOR PALE A seven-room house, with
furnace, gaaand bath; lot 50xJ'iJ; a
good chance for somebody; 2103 Sev
TOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
flat above, located at 2736 Firth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twcnty
etphth street, city.
FOR SALE A ICroom house. In nice
location, with all modern con venl
ences: on car line. Inquire at 2901
FOR SALE Lot 108x140 feet, in Sears,
on the Muff, with fine view, suitable
for buncalovr or summer home. In
quire of Miss Shoemaker, 815 Twenty-third
FOR SALK A fine six-room house, cor
ner of Thirty-seventh street and Six
teenth avenue; furnace, electric lighta.
etc.; offered at a bargain. J. L. Free
man. 1712Vs Second avenue
FOR SALE Five and six-room houses,
from J1.40U to 31.600; small payment
down; 25 lots, from 3300 to $450. 333
down, balance In five years. S. W.
Robinson. 1464 Richmond street.
Phone west 1166-K.
FOR SALE At 1608 Fifteenth street,
east front facing Long View park,
seven-room modern Cottsge, with bath
and furnace; $3,000; one-half cash,
easy terms for balance; rents for 32u
per month. F. K. Khoaua, 100 Rob
FOR SALE Lots on Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth and Eigh
teenth avenues; cement walks; easy
walking distance of weat end factor
ies; teruio. small payment dowr, bal
ance on your own terms. Inquire of
J. O. Sclieuerman, 1700 Sixth street.
FOIt SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR ft A 1 ,12 Two-chair barber outfit.
Inquire at 1;21 Second avenue.
FOR SALE Rubber tired surrey in
good condition, almost new, at 2020
FOR SALE Team, wagon and harness,
cheap K taken at once. Call tt S14
FOR Si1 I.K Cheap, a Cable piano, near
ly ;i w, mahogany case, at 80S Flf
te nth street.
FOR SALE Furniture of six-room
h'.ue at rifi Twenty-fifth utreet.
Snap i' taken quick.
FOR SM.E Auto for light delivery.
Call fand see it, 1123 Sixteenth street,
or tele:. hone 10K9 west.
FOR SALE Thor motorcycle In perfect
corclitl -n; lias a liKht and Prtst-o-lite
tank. Call phone west 3oti.
FOR HALE -10x12x3 feet wall tent,
used hut little, will sell cheap. Call
at !05 Tweiitv-flrst street, Rock is
land. FOR SALE-
Delivery or surrey horse
weighs 1.100 pounds. For particulars
ci.ii at 71f. F.rteentii sire.
el, or phone
FOR SALE The beautiful gold coin
strain Buff Orplng-tons: eggs and day
old chicks.' catalogue I ree. J. II. Jo
hc,,Ii, Sears, III.
FOR SALE Team of horses, wagon,
harness, pair or" dump boards; also
top buggy. Call at 1611 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street at C a. m. or 6 p. m.
FOR SALE A five-passenger Ford
tnuriiig oar, model T 1ft lo. good as
new; will sell cheap if taken at once.
OM phone wctt 1214. or call at 219
1 wentletn street, rear.
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, flve-p: ssen
ger touring car and two two-cy'.lnder
runabouts, suitable for business ve
hicles, all Ir. K'i'-d condition. W. H.
Holies. 2112 Third avenue.
FOR S VLE- 30-foot canopy top launch,
two-cylinder, 20-horse power engine;
fattest boat of its kind on river; al
most new. Write or telephone J. A.
Kelly A Bros., Clinton, Iowa.
FOR SALE 19-foot launch, equipped
with threo-horsa power engine and
canopy top. In flr.o condition; only
$!:--. Also 12x14 tent for $7. On.U at
716 Fliteenlh street ,or phone 660-Y.
FOR SALE Sideboard, up-to-date and
very hand some : too large to suit din
ing room: golden oak; French plate
mirror; cost I13fi; will pell chesp;
casn or payment. Inquire (28 Fif
teenth street or o04 Best building.
FOR PALE Trlnkamp gas stove,
bought new from the gas company,
used onlv a short time, has light at
tached to stove; will sell rheip If
taken at once. Also other household
goods in good condition. Address
'Stove." caro Argus.
FOR SALE The furniture in 40 r.ewly
furnished bedrooms and the restaur
ant furniture In the Maucker aotel,
corner Sixteenth rtreet and Fmrth
avenue. The piHoe Is for rent for a
term of years and Is a good r.oney
rnaiter. Inquire (( W. C. Maucker, 507
FOR SALE Household goods of five
rooms complete for housekeeping, fur
niture In first i lass condition; wl 1 sell
reasonable, and let party without
children have the rental of a candy
cottsge which we are now occupying
In a fine locality; rent Is reasonable.
Addro&s "L. U.," care Argus.
FOR SALE LA5IDS
FOR SALE An 80-acre farm, near Sli
vl. a bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE 124-acre stock farm; fine
Improvements, four miles from Milan;
price 3iu' pr acre. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE Flee farms In Ward oo un
ty. North Dakota; near Mi net. 8.
Eugene Mattlson. 1131 Twentieth
street. Phone 1343.
FOR SALE Good truck farm In South
Rock Island; very reasonable price:
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call on Reldy Bros, room
4. Mitchell ar Lynde building.
FOR SALE Or trade. 21S-acre stock
farm, srood improvements. 12 mlaes
from Davenport. Iowa, and twe miles
south of Bl je Grass. For description
sddress F. Benson, owner. Blue Grass,
FOR SAI.E Several improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa. These farms are
level, black soil; cone more then
four miles from railroad. Prices
r.-.nrlr.g frcrn 379 to 390 per acre.
Taee farms are all bargains. Wil
liam Jexn:ng, Rock Island house.
Estate of Henry Iae;r. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Henry Jaesrer. late of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before the probate couit o
Rook Island conntv, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
October term, on the first Mondav In
October next, at which time all persons
having claims aarainst said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate ar
requested to meke immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 13th day of July. A. D.
1911. J. B. SC1IOESSEU
Jackson. Hurst ft Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of John A. Mohr, deceased.
Tha undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
John A. Mohr. late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased
hereby gives notice that she will arP'Hr
before the probate court of Rock Island
county, st the probate court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the Sep. em
ber term, on the first day of the Sep
tember term next, at which time all
persona having claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same ad-
Justed. All persons Indebted to sail
estate are requested to make lmmeuiaie
p.tvment to the undersigned.
Dated 14th day of July. A. D. 1911.
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. To the September term, A. D. 1911.
Eliza Doty. Stella Doty and Oertle
Prouty. complainants, vs. John Dill, the
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 devisees of Marian 1)111. 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.
Bill to quiet title
To the above named defendants and
to everyone of them:
Affidavit of your non-residence and of
the non-residence ot" everyone of you,
having been filed in the above en'ltled
cause In the otnre of the unders.gned
clerk of the circuit court of the c unty
of Rock Island in the state of Iil.nols.
you are hereby notified that said com
plainant have tiled in said court their
bill of complaint against you o- the
chancery side of said court; that is sum
mons in chancery has been Issued in
said cause against you returnable to the
September term. A. D. 1911 of said court
to be begun and hollen tn 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 rlead. an
swer or demur to the bill of complaint
as vou may see fit.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this
6th day of July, A. D. 1911.
OKOROB W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Walker Ingram & Sweeney, complain
Estate of Timothy Beecher, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the esti.to of
Timothy Beecher. late of the county of
Rock Island, state or Illinois, 1ecased,
hereby gives notice that lie will appear
before tlio probate court of Rock Island
countv. at the probate court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the Septem
ber term, on the first Monday In Sep
tember next, at which lime all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
purposo of having the same adj isted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are
reqiiest-d to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated 1Mi day of July. A. D. 1911.
J. D. BEECH ER. Administrator.
James W. Maucker. attorney.
ollrr of Final Srttleiuent.
Estate of Catherine Wilson, deceased.
Rock Island. Ill, July IS. 1911.
C. C. WILSON, Administrator
Petition to Probate Will.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty as :
Probate Court, Rock Is'and county.
July term. 1911.
In the matter of the probate of the
last will and testament ot Mary Sum
mers, deceased. In probate.
To AH Persons Whom This May Con
cern Oreetlng :
Notice Is hereby given that or. the
.n. i. ...... , f,.i,. A li lull fi t.e-
tltlon was filed In the probate court of
Kock islanu county, milium, ai-nni mm
the lat will and testament of Mai
Summers, deceased, be admitted to pro
bate. The san.e petition further ttates
that the following named person.-, are
all the helrs-at-lnw and legatees: Hugh
Summers, Winnie Briggs, Willie ITood,
C . .. . rr.i Putli.r T r 1 1 V
I (I 1 i IT I I 1.1 111. If ...i, .
You are runner nountu msi me n-nr-
t . . . . , , v , .r ,f i . f acta v.lll has been
Ui( ij i i.ii- , ' i i v. - - - .....
set bv said court for the fth day of Sep
tember. A. D. 1911. at the hour of 9
o'clock in the forenoon, at the court
house In kock isianu. in nam councy.
when and where you can appear, if you
see fit, arid show cause. If any you have,
why said will should not be admitt-d to
probate. JOHN E. FLEMING.
Clerk Probate Court.
Dated July 19. 1911.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
torneys-at-ia w. Office in Roe k I dand
National bank building.
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. liooms 302 and 303, Safety
building. Rock Island, IU.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business; covporiit ion,
probate and real estate law, 311 poo
pie's Bank bul.ding. Phone west. Zi.
WALKER. INGRAM Si SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors m law. money
to loan on renl estate. Rooms 2u0
2'i3. People's National bank building.
McENIRY & MdENIRY Attorn5 s-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. References, :itnh
ell 4 Lynde. bankers. Office, Ml.chell
A. Lynde building.
PLEA-SENT F. COX Real Estate and
insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented Your pat
ronage solicited, phones west 22. and
Btw 6172. Office at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Tire,
life, accident, health and plate glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor,
Safety building. Office phone west
fc6. Residence phone 726-K. Open
Wfedneaday and Saturday evenings.
WH WILL BOND YOU Executors, ad
ministrators', sjaurdlans'. trustee' or
any '- ' " f of Jueliclai inxids; fend and
society offlowt, city, state or U. aV
government officials; contractor,
stUons of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except tall bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes tc Cleve
land, resident managers, Fidel. ty at
Deposit company of Maryland. j
EXPRESS AND STORAGE,
RELIABLE STORAGE On flrst floor;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
Roessler 4k Co., 20 Fifteenth street. I
I'uiiiic nonce is ucii-uj s ,...v
undersigned. C. C. U'nwii, administra
tor of said estate, has this day filed Ms
lirial report anil settlement as such iu
the probate court of iiock Island on'ii
ly, and hearing on said report has been
set for Sept. 5, 1911. at 9 o'clock a. tn.,
at which time persona interested may
appear and make objections thereto,
and If no obleotlons are tiled, said report
will be approved at that time, and the
undersigned will ask for an ord-T of
listribntion. and will also ask to be dis-
TRTO LODOE. NO. S7. A. V A
V Meets In stated communication
th flrst Tnurslay of eao
w month at ?:30 p. m. By order
of Carlton O Taylor. W. M.; WllllAJB
B. Petttt. secretary.
BTRECKFUS STEAMBOAT LINE Suc
cessor to the Diamond Joe Line steam
ST. LOTJ19 TO ST. PACT-
Largest and finest passenger steam
ers on the Mississippi river. Servlte
Steamers due to lesve Rock Island for
St. Paul, Minn., at II, noon, on June Is.
July S. 17. 26.
Steamers due to leave Rook Island for
St. Louis Mo, 7:30 a. m.. on July 4. 13.
For ratea and information address C
J. M.ingan. agent. Kock Island.
Olllce. foot of Nineteenth street. Bell
phone west 326.
Estate of James S. Gllmore, de
ceased. The undersigned havtng been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
James S. Gilaiore, late of the county of
Rock Island, stste of Illinois, deceased,
hereby give notice that they will ap
pear before the probate court ot Rook
Island county, at the probate court
room. In the city of Rock Island, at the
September term, on the first Monday In
September next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attsad
for the purpose of having the same ad
Justed. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make Immediate
pavment to the undersigned.
Dated 22nd day of June. A. D. 1911.
W. E. TAYLOR. J
HL'Qil E. CURTIS.
State of Illinois, Kock Island Coun
Probate Court of Rock Islasd county.
To the September term. A. D. 1911.
Petition to sell real estate to pay
Central Trust & Savings Bask, admin
istrator o. t. a. of the estate of Louis
Allan, d "ceased, vs. Sidney A liars, Don
Allars. William Ailars. Frank Allars.
Jacob Waldman, and John A. Oavtn.
Affidavit of tho non-residence of Sid
ney Allars, lion Allars and Frank Al
lars, defendant above named, having
been tiled in the office of the clerk of
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, notice la hereby given to the said
Sidney Allars. Don A liars and Frank
Allars tiiat the said plaintiff. Central
Trust ,t Savings Bank, administrator -t.
a. of tho estate of IjOiiis Allars, de
ceased, has filed Its petition In the aald
probate court of Rock Island county for
an order to sell the premises belonging
to the estate -t said deceased, or so
liiucii of It as may be needed to pay the
iii bis of said deceased, and described as
All that part of lot thirteen (13), In
Brashar's sub-division of ttie west 74 77
acres of the north one-eighth of section
eleven (11). township seventeen (17)
north, range two (!' west of the 4th
P. M.. which lies west of the Trl-Clty
Hallway's company's right of way, said,
premises being formerly known as lots
eleven (11 . twelve (12). thirteen (IS),
fourteen (14). fifteen 13 and sixteen
(16). and the alley dividing them In Ed
wurd it. Uuyer's sub-dlvislon of said
lot thirteen (13), and being now vaca
ted, situated in Kock Island county.
Illinois. And that a summons hits been
Issued out of said court against you.
returnable at the September term, A. D.
1911. of mi il court, to be holden on the
4th day of September. A. D. 1111, at ths
court house in Kock Island, iu Rock Is
land county, Illinois.
Now. unless you. the said Sidney Al
lars. Don Allars and Frank Allars, shall
pc rronally be and appear before said
probate court of Rook Island county, on
the first day of a term thereof, to be
holden at the court house In the city of
Kock Island, in said county, on the 4th
day of September, 1911. and plend, nns
wer or demur to the said complainant's
petition filed therein, the same and the
matters nnd things therein charged and
slated will be taken an confessed, and
a elecree entered against you according
to the prayer of aald Mil.
Kock Island. 111.. July 1. 1911.
JOHN K. FLEMING, Clerk Pro Tern.
Hugh E. Curtis, complainant's so
licitor. Wanted to Buy Stoves, Furni
ture, Carpets, Rugs
and all kinoa of goods of value at
Ed Williamson's. I will pay mora
tban any other dealer. Telephone
West 1688. 152.". Second avenue.
Good C room house. In South
Modern 5 room cottage, on 14th
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Five room cottage on 14th ave
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good well and cistern $L043
A new modern 7 room house, on
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Two modern 7 room houses, on
13th street .east front, line ter
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