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THE ROCE ISIZCNT) BGTTS. MONDAY, J L'JLY 24, 1911.
The Argus Daily
Oh! sing not of ber rwanlike throat,
Unless ber fe"-lings yon would wreck.
For, as a rule, the swan, y.-jll note.
Appears to have a rubber neclt.
Find a pod lover.
AMWEIl TO VESTEBD ir TCZZLC
Tpelde down, nose 4rr chin.
MAY BE BULLFIGHTS
ON AMERICAN "SOIL
Elaborate Preparations In Salt Lake
Include Matadors and Mexican 5jIIs.
Indications that an attempt Is o be
made to'Eave real bullfights on Ameri
can soil are causing much c-sckenjeut
among people In Salt Lake City who
are opposed to such things- There
are evidences that the same forces
which prevented the Johnson-Jerries
fight In Utah will soon be arrayed to
prevent a spectacle which tiny would
consider far worse than pugiliPtu.
There -were blats of great things to
come a few wet-ks urd whoa Felix
Robert, a French mat dor, rtrcpLiLy
arranged with the ihaiiasreineht of
Saltalr, a resort on the Great Salt
lake, for a great Spanish festival, to
begin July 2"J arid last eight days. No
alarming anjnot!u"e:nenf f a real bull
fight was made, but it was said that
real men of the bull ring wnuid In
present, and hibtg were given that
their talent would not be cn.invy
Now the manaKemont of Palrai" has
made it known tunt Robert, who went
to Mexico recently to in-rung.- for ti e
toreadors, dauclug girls a ltd others f-.r
the troupe, 1'hs (ntsu'1''! some of h
most successful bullfighters of the
capital itself. More siiriiifi - act iy, it i-
announced that lie h:: purcunsed a
carload of sp-inlJy bred lighting bull
such as are kiib-d In the rings in M-i-lco.
It is retiiarfced by one loci;! p.-i-per
that evident !y "s.ttict hln o;i o-,'
the ordinary i in More for people u h
attend that affiiir." Except on Sj:i
days evening performances are t" b.-
given In an incli-ure that certainly
closely rrsoitiblex n bull ring.
It Is only since the announcement
of the pi! has of t'ie specially bred
bulls that the (lii.r.-b people of Sail
Lake City have U-gun to be aroiwl.
They cannot uridcrsinnd why notel
toreador- And fine bulls nre I-r-tiKht
unless for real buHti-lils and sn-pect
th;it there is a purps- quietly to in
troduce mi h performances and then
attempt to give them iu othti". states.
PRIZE FOR NEGRO GIRL
Hr Essay on "The Fly" Wins Ten
Dollar Gold Piece.
A thirteen year-old negro girl in New
York captured the highest of the sev
eral prize offered by the fly fightiini
committee of the American Civic as
sociation for the best essays on "The
IlouscCy as a Carrier of LMseast."
written jj school children. That is.
she was victor among New York chil
dren. Similar contests hnve l-een con
ducted In three Kansas cities and sets
of prizes awarded there.
Wllle Henderson, the lucky little ne
gro girl. Is a pupil In the Henrietta
school, one of the Children's Aid so
ciety schools. She got a ten dollar
gold piece for her essay, which Is an
eloquent arraismmcnt of the dangerous
"It we only believed," she writes In
her paras taking round hand, tbt the
Cithy . Cy was the germ carrier we
would not spend so much time dtnin
fertlag ourselves and avoiding the
houses or Ftreeta in which lisease may
be found. Instead we would clean our
rooms, make our homes sanitary and
inspect the shop from which we boy
One of the western child prize win
ners won $10 with a -Biography of a
"The woman across the way is los
ing all her files." one chapter ran.
"She won't give them anything t eat.
She covers up her garbage pail.. So
the files come over to our bonse, and
our children can't get afternoon naps
and are always cro&d, while hers are
happy and healthy."
PLAN DOUBLE DECK STREET.
Two Lvls Proposed Fee Michigan
Following a luncheon at the Salle
hotel, participated in by cit; cf3csls
and the members of the Chic,- plan
commission, a decision was reached
adopting the double deck plan fcr Im
proving Michigan avenue from Ran
dolph street across the Chicago river
on the north to Ohio street.
The plan dedded cn calls for a dou
ble deck bascule bridge over the river.
Az.lihar ansroacix to jcd lg '
FOR REM MISCELLAJIEOC3
FOP. RENT In Robinson, building well
l.S-.ti-J offices; ail convpnieiictj. in
cluding el-valor service, roomy vauhs,
etc. . :ie choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Appiy room 10i. F. K
FOIi i'.ENV Barn suitable far horse or
tmto. Inquire 1910 Twelfth avenue.
FOR RENT A large barn; Inquire 709
T w-r: t -second street. Old phone west
FOR RENT A slope, with living roomi
tn rear. Call old phone west 1164-K.
Inquire 1022 Twelfth avenue.
FOR Kl.NT A suite of two office rooms
with steam heat, over Math's confec
tionery; cheap rent. Apply to Mr.
Kreli or Mr. Math. city.
FOH RENT Two very tieslr&Dle store
rooms, two rooms each, locat-td at
i.e'9 Seventh avenue, city; very good
location for lui:uh room, ice crearr
parlor, ard confectionery, tailor shop.
i:j i :i :iio i y. oarbcr sriup. or grocery. In
qjlie Lii Thirty-ninth street. Rock
U A.NTl.lJ A few small luvestisrt to
Ji-i:i i;.e in forming small company to
farm luu acres of best lrrigatec land
in T'-xt-s near Si'n Antonio, Land will
produce $4viu or more clear proht per
airi ea.riy. owner will accept por
iit.ii o? the crops for haif of purcnas.j
price of land. Excellent chance for
safe .t.d proiilable investment. Full
!r.f-?rm.ul"n f-irr.lrhed. Address R. T.
Binge, gineral delivery. Kansas City,
Ml I.Tll'Li; KI.UCTROLTSIS.
; Ij.nrn ".n face and arms perma-
r tly removed with one ta six
-t !r; tour to Fi hours' work In
vvit'i f x. Iriaii.ionts fr'von at
:m unless oth rwlc desired Ad-
ss Ml" A. M. KittiMge. Flat 1.
Klv Flats. Urady fetreet, Duveii
I t. O.d phone 3130.
A i'.XTK ACTS of title prepared or con
titvuu to diite coveiltig any real es
1,11" .n the county. Frompt and uc-
:r:i'. service at reasonable rates,
l.ck Ifland Title fc Abstract com
pany: J J .Ingram, president; W. J.
Swont-y. Hecretary; 200-203. second
tioor. Peor-b-a National bank build
I'SSAtiE-lnli MEN AND WOMEN.
.V ri-. K. V. M.lW-r, irradual- masseuse;
i ;-lr!r vibrator treatments, vapor
l w lent iih- body und facial mas
se, t )i r;i pent io lights, spinal treat
nn ni v-dih riiHV-mi-:it J. etc. ,Iurs
!'i"in l a. in. t. p m H.-nUy bulld
J::r. saite 12. corner Fourth anil iirad
tret.. Davenport, Iowa.
KD OK THA.XKS.
I K '-Mi'lr-n of the late f5e.ra-e Mohl
d-sli- t- thar.k all the rrienl. and
i-.-ithbor who assisted them In their
irc.nt bereavement. They are also
grateful for the assistance rendered
by Rev. Ph. Wllhelm. the Stonecutters
or.lon. and those who sent flower.
Mrs. Alb-e Healy. John Mohl, Ueorg-1
Mo.il. CnarUs Mol'.l.
J HENRY GAETHJ E Proprietor Chlp
I p'ar.ock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, 16o7
fecc-'i.d avenue. lelephone 1110.
boulevard it is proposed to build a
plaza 222 feet square.
The upper deck of the new boule
vard will be used exclusively for light
traffic, and all heavy traffic will be di
verted to the lower level. In thi. way
the elevatloa will not Interfere with
the traffic Incident to the wholesale
district near the river, but will be an
aid to the heavy teaming by removing
all automobile and light traffic to the
Oiled Streets Cause Oily Eym.
"Oily eye" la the latest aiEictlon
which modern humanity has hid to
suffer. Numerous persons In South
Norwalk, Conn., have been complain
ing of late that their eyelida have been
turning yellow and their lashes have
been falling out.
The doctors say It Is a regular epi
demic and assign it to the libenJ use
of ell upon the streets cf the town. In
confirmation th-y point to the fact
that the troitey motormen am the
greatart sufferers. More than 100,000
gallons of on hav been placed upon
the streets of the town this stunner.
Teething children have more or less
diarrhoea, which can he controlled by
giving Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
and Dfarrhoea Remedy. All ttat !
necessary la to give the prescribed
dose after each operation of the bow
els more than natural and then castor
oil to cleanse the srEtem It Is cafe
1 and sure. Sold by all druggie t.
FOR BEST ROOMS
FOR REST Modern furnished rooms
at 1104 First avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for litht
housekeeping at J07 Third street
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 62S Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, all modern, at 2T40a Fifth ave
nue. FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms at 3001 Fifth avenue, up
stairs. FOR RENT Three modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at loOO
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping and sleeping rooms at 219
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at bl'j
FOR RENT Furnished light housekeeping-
rooms; bath and u of phone;
at 2312 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT- Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, modern conveniences,
at lSlSto Third avenue.
FOR RENT Two newly furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, partly
modern, at 1623 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms;
rent reasonable; good location, near
car line. Old phone west t&i.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
suitable tor married couple, tine loca
tion. Call Old phone west Sill.
FOR RENT Newly furnished front
room: desirable neighborhood; private
family; o44 Twenty-third street.
FOR RENT Modern Turnlshed front
room, suitable tor one or two people;
use of phone; 331 Twentieth street.
4 OR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, -iln sewer, wa
ter, and gas. at 7uu Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
suitable for lignt housekeeping, at
1101 Fourteenii.-and-a-na.ll tireJu
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
lit-L; Housekeeping, inouern convenient-
s; 1116 Fourteentn-aud-a-ha.it
FOR RENT Two modern furnlaheu
l ooms lor liht no s-.-iieei-in;, , alio
M-j-.-ping roumj at lioi 1 aLu-ainl-n-f.ail
FOR KcINT Nice, large, modern front
rooms lor light housekeeping, lava
tory in rooms; at 13ul fieconu venue.
Oia pnuno west &4.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping ,also Sleeping rooms; lent
very reasonable; at 112 I'mrd ave
nue. Rock Is la no. 111.
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms, modern, with use or pnone;
convenient to two boarding l.uuSts,
at i-17 t-ixth avenue.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished front
loom, opposite Spencer square; gen
tleman only; $2 single, 1250 double,
at l16i Third avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished modern
front rooms, suitable lor two people,
use of old phone; at lit 13 ixtn ave
nue. Phone west 170i-l'.
FOR RENT Furnishea rooms ror light
housekeeping, in two or tnree-rouui
suites, oil ground floor, close In, rates
reasonable; 62t Xweuty-niEt freeL
FOR KENT Three rooms, upstairs, and
one large room downsla.rs, either
furnlsnea or unturnished. sjitable lot
light housekeeping, at eo3 second av
enue. FOR RENT To man and wife, or two
young men, large lurnisned iron;
rxom. ground flour. Fhone 122'j-lv,
Os Second avenue, tnree block-j from
FOH HEM HOLIES
FOK RENT Kept. 1, new modern seven
room house. Call evenings, bss-iv.
FOR RENT An eight-room modern
house. Inquire 1132 tsecond avenue.
FOR RENT New six-room house, all
modern. Inquire t'jz T wen ty-hi t.i
FOR KENT A modern six-room house
at 1427 (Seventh avenue. Inquire 14J1
FOK RENT Modern six-room house at
4 17 Forty-fourth street. Inquire 4121
FOR KENT Six-room cottage, city wa
ter'an'J gas. Inquire W illiam Schaar
man. 1714 s Second avenue.
FOR RENT A modern eight-room
house at 1218 Fourth avenue; l ent 30.
Inquire at H3l Fitta avenue.
FOK RiiNT A five-room cottage, city
wat'i and gas at 152S Sixth avenue.
Inquire 4121 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT House of 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. E. II. Ouyer.
FOR RENT Six-room house, with wa
ter ari.d electric ltght. at 425 Eighth
street. Inquire 121c Third avenue.
FOR KEN r Eight-room noue, all
modern improvements; also four-room
flat, with water and sewer; at 63t
FOR RENT Two houses on Seventh
street between Fifth and Sixth ave
nues, inquire A. O. Cramer, lbl3 Sec
ond avenue. Old phone 1267-V.
FOR RENT After Aug. 1, seven-room
cottage In Milan, with barn, chicken
yard, and garden spot. Call at 710
Fifteenth street, or phone 660-Y.
FOR RENT House with six large
rooms and hall, basement, gas, bain,
and toilet; In good condition and In
first class residence district. 1&20
Third avenue. Phone west 112.
FOR RENT A six-room house, entirely
modern; located in bears addition.
Watch Tower hill; large garden spot
and lawn; on Watch lower car line.
Inquire 2112 Twelfth street.
FOR RJEJfT FLATS
FOR RENT Four-room flat, with bath,
ail modern conveniences, at 1513
FOR RENT Five-room flat. $10 month,
at 1027 Va Thirtieth street. inquire
F. L. KHs. 1014 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT A four-room flat; IS a
month, including heat; all strictly
modern. Inquire 1112 Twelfth trec-t-Oid
FOR RENT Five-room modern flat;
rent 110. Inquire Oeorge Gran&m.
1S26 Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Old
phone west 16i-T.
LET Froaa do your painting, varnish
ing, decorating, and paper tanging;
pricaa right, work guaranteed. n es
timate will cost you nothing; iill
IF TOC WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage Cup or secure
a situation, tne laail and Journal Is
the only paper in Mollne that c.n do
It for you. Mall and Journal wants
are popular, ajud Mall and Journal
wants bring results. One-ralf cent
per word U the price to al alike,
cash in advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Ma.l and
Jcarcai. Moine. IU.
IOIT AJTD rOlJIU
LOST A gold watch, at Lor.j View
park. Finder return to Argus office
and receive reward.
LOST An Eagle w
ei graved on
stch charm. F.
WAVTED MALE Hj2LP
WANTED Four good boys 14 years of
a; pood pay. Ca.'.l tomorrow at 7:30
a. m. at 15 23 Fourth avenue.
WANTED First-class roMnet mslters.
Good chanre and steafly work for
hustler. Address "M. E. R." care Ar
gus. WANTED A young- business mnr. de
sires to r?t in coifh with real estate
firm. Address "Real Estate, care
WANTED Star- to take charce of door
department Mississippi P.iver factory.
Must thoroughly vtniersfiro: his v-ork.
Address "M. E. T." care Arpus.
WANTED Foreman in cutting- depart
ment for Mississippi R:ver factory.
M-ist thoroug-hly tir!1crstar.d his busi
ness. Address "SI. E. S." Care Argus.
WANTED Good blacksmith, one who
understands heavy waz-on work.
StfadT work for right partv. .Ad-ires
Eiectfic Wheel Co, box A 77, Quiucy,
WANTED Men des!-!r.g- outdoor work
to prepare for pood payinfr, perma
nent positions; state aire; send stamp
for particulars. "George H. Baker,
President," care Argus.
WANTED Four yoong men over SO
years of age to run on passenger
trains to Kansas City; must have J15
cash security: good pay to men who
mean busirfess. Inquire at 3116 Fifth
WANTED Agents: the North Ameri
can Accident and Sick P.ejwflt com
pany, wit.t assets cf tS.OOO.OOvh has
pc"..icy contracts that ar easy to sell;
commissions to agents very attrac
tive: bip money for parties employed
in factories and stores who wish to
add to their income; no rxperience re
quired. Appfy 7 to 8 p. m., 9 to 10
a. m. Wilnam A. Smith, manager. 40$
WANTED FEMALE XrEt.1
WANT Lit- - Experienced stenographer.
N rthern I.i:"e Insurance company.
WANTED Washerwoman; call old
phone west 1371-L.
WANTED Girl to 1o peroral house
work at 103s Nineteenth street.
WANTED A competent cook; apply to
Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen, 723 Twentieth
WANTED Reliable washerwoman to
do weekly washings at her own home.
Address "P. Q. I).." care The Argus.
WANTED A good t'lrl to do g( neral
.housework in country. Inquire at 7f2
Fifteenth street, between 6 and 7:3')
WANTED Lady bookkeeper, ertperi-enr-e
not necessary; steady work, good
penman. John Gately Co., 307 Twen
WANTED Girls 18 years or over to
learn operating: A 1 reference re
quired. Apply to ni cuiKt r of Central
I'nion Telephone compatiy.
WANTED MALE: oil FEMALE.
WANTED f!i.-e b.-lp; apply 1-fth floor,
Your.fr .- AIc"ju,lis.
Second hand safe; will buy
"J" ." c-a.e A TK us.
WANTED To rent bv Auk. ?. a five
room iiouse, in Seulii Iltis'hts prefer
red. OM phone west 1775-K.
WANTED Two gentlemen to room and
board in modern home, centrally lo
cated. Address "B. 1.," care Argus.
WANTED To buy a second hand sani
tary couch; also two or three second
hand rattan chairs. Address Box 40,
WANTED To exchange visible writing
lye writer, good cononion, fur goou
talking machine. Address "F. C. C,"
WANTED Married couple or two gen
tlemen to room and board in private
family: modern conveniences; at llL's
WANTED Two unfurnished rooms for
light hot'.Hekerpir.g by widow
with references. Call or address 420
Nineteenth street, city.
WANTED Two or three modern fur
ni.he.l rooms f---" light housekeeping:
desire good l(ir-:it!on east of Fortieth
street. Add res.: K.," care Argus.
WANTED To buy, furniture and stoves
of all kinds; v.-ill pay highest market
prices for second hand goods. Knlff
second liand store, lt2f Third avenue,
WANTED To launder, laco curtains;
work promptly calied for and deliv
ered. Mrs. Lu. lia T ltteringioji. 144)
Fourteenth street Old phone west
WANTED Bundle work, also family
washing and ironing, neatly nn 1
promptly done; v li! r ail fur and de
liver. Call or aUJre-s 14 Sixth ave
WANTED Washings to do i.t the Col
ored Home Laundry. 7Z& Fourteenth
street; excellent hand work done; or
ders will re- tive our pr.mpi atten
tion i lid rjhone west til l.
WANTED To trade, 10 acres fine irri
gated land near good t"wri in Colora
do, for property ij-, Moline or Rock
Island. Aihr-!. ' J. F. B.." Ii2i Fif
teenth street, R-jc-k Island. 111.
WANTED Position as collector for in
surance company or ins-ailment house.
Address "C" earc Argus.
WANTED Nursing by practical nurse.
Phone north 43SS-L, or address 420 14
West Third s'.r-t, Davenport.
WANTED Situation by reliable lafddl
aged lady as housekeeper; reference
furnished. Address Housekeeper.''
CH1ROS. THE PAI-MIST Vatch Tower
park; fourta year, if you deelre a
conscientious, reliable reading of your
hands, consult 1.1m; he has helped
many to solve the perplexing q-.es-t.ocs
of life; if worried over business,
health or heart affairs, secure the ben
efits cf his deep knowledge of Scien
tific Palmistry. Readings, afternoons
e.-.d evenings. 25 and ij cents. Llia
reading, with typewritten horoscope,
ARE YOU GOING
ON A VACATION?
Can't Tcu Use a Little More Money?
We Are Making
SPECIAL VACATION RATES
We will also fcr the months cf July,
August and September loan you
ONE MONTH PSEE
Call and let us explain
CITIZEN'S LOAN COMPNY
Room 6, McKlnnie block, Phone
East 11S7. Corner Fifteenth street
and Fourth avenue. Moline.
FOR SALE CTTT PROPEHTT
FOR PALE Cash for bargains in city
propertv. If yon have a bargain. I
have the customers, so let's tradf. .
X. Jfercer, lS!u Third avenue. Fhone
FOR SVLE Jl.lfO buvs four-room
houre and two lots, 60xl2 each, near
Seventh avenue and Thirty-fifth
street: lots are worth the price ask
ed. V. N. Mercer, 1S23 Third avenue.
Phone west 112.
FOR SALE Five-room ecttage. near
Eighth street and Seventeenth avenue;
attic basement, and furnace: owner
must sell: price J1.900. i3"0 cash, bal
ance mor.thlv. V. N. Mercr. 1920
Third avenue. Phone west 112.
FOR SALE Lot In business district:
reasonable. Address "Lot," care Ar
gus. FOR SALE Eight-room house, corner
Twentieth street and Tenth avinue;
easy terms. Inquire at residence.
FOR SALE Lots in South Heights,
easv terms. Inquire Charles t'llemey
er. druggist. 634 Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE Lots in wet end: high,
level; 30i up: one with two-room
houi-, 5i0: street car; easy paymenta
IL A. Weld.
FOR SALE1 A seven-room house, with
furnace, gas.tand bath: lot f0x2.2: a
good cliar.ee for somebody; 2103 Sev
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
fat above, located at 2736 Fifth ave
r.u. Inouire R. Thonn. 610 Twsnty
elphth 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 fine six-room house cor
ner of Thirty-seventh sfeet and Six
teenth avenue; furnnce. electric lights,
etc.: orfered at a bargain. J. L. Free
man. 1 71 2 Second avenue.
FOR SALE Five and six-room tiruw,
from $1,400 to Sl,6o0: small pavraent
down; 25 lots, from $300 to S45', $H
down, balance in five years. E. W.
Robinson. 1454 Richmond street.
Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE At 1608 Fifteenth ttreet,
east front facing Long View park,
seven -room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace: 3,000; ono-half cash,
easy terms for balance; rents for 2j
per month. F. K. Rhoads, 100 Rob
FOK SALE Lots on Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth and Eigh
teenth aveniea; -jeraent walks; easy
walking distance of west end iVctor
les; terma, small payment down, bal
ance on your own terms. Inqu re of
J. G. Scheuerman. 17'j0 Sixtn street,
KOIl SALE MISCbLLAAEOU
FOR. S.U-.E Two-chair barber outllt
Inquire at 1621 Second avenue.
FOR SALE Rubber tired surrey in
aojd condition, almost new, at 202u
FOR SALE Team, wagon and harness,
cheap if taken at once. Call i.t bll
FOR SALE Cheap, a Cable piano, near
ly new, mahogany case, at eo3 Fif
FOR SALE Furniture, of six-room
li.iuse at 54o Twenty-fifth Ft reel.
Snap if taken quick.
FOR SALE Auto for light delivery.
. Call and see 1t. 1123 Sixteenth utreet,
or telephone loS'.i west.
FOR SALE A goo.l feather bed (goose
fiath.-r.-O. at 40! Twenty-first street;
very r asonable. (.'all early.
FOR SALE Thnr motorcycle in perfect
condition; h;is gas licrht and Frest-o-litc
tatik. Call phone west 30t.
FOR SALE inxl2x3 feet wall tent,
used but little; will sell cheap. Call
at r-0o Twenty-first street. Rock Is
land. FOR SALE Delivery or surrey horse;
weighs l.luO pound. For particulars
call at 715 Fifteenth street, or phone
FOR SALE The beautiful gold coin
strain BurT Orpinp-tons; eggs and day
old chicks; catalogue lree. J. li. Jo
seph. Sears, lil.
FOR SALE Team of horeB. wagon,
harness, pair ol dump boanis; also
t ip buggy. Call at 1611 Foul teentli-and-a-halt'
street at 6 a. rn. or 0 p. m.
FOR SALE A five-passenger Ford
touring ear. model T l&l'i. good as
new; will ft li cheap if taken at once.
1 ld phone- west 12 11. or call at 2iy
Twentieth street, rear.
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, flve-p; ssen
gcr touring car and two two-cylinder
runabouts, suitable lor business ve-
- l-s. all in good condition. ,V. 11.
I',olI-s. -4 12 Third avenue.
FOR SALE 19-fuot launch, eq'.lpperl
with three-h'TSe power enyt-ie; and
canopv top. In fine condition: onlc
Also 12x14 tent for 1 7. ('.ill at
715 Fifteenth street .or phone fifi -V.
FOR SALE Building materials, con
sisting "f new smi second hand 'rii k.
fire brick, posts, inch lnmlr, tlrhi rs,
1 reovoled ,-liingl s. . t 1". J. Lewis
Maniif.-ietiif-.ng i-oini-nny. Tel.: ;,lJ(Jne
east lloO, S-rond streel, Moline.
FOR SALE Horse and buggy. Horse
sound, gentle and safe. Been us?.1 by
city salesman. Bargain if tak -n at
010 e. Can be seen any time between
a. m. and p. m. at Western Flour
Mill Co., b"3 East River street, I lav
en 1 ort .
FOK SALE The furniture in 40 newly
f uriilsi.e.l bedrooms ami tne n-itaur-art
furniture in the Mamke-r hotel,
corner S xtcenth street and Fourth
av.-nue. The place is for rent for a
t.-rrn of yenrs and Is a good money
maker. Inquire of W. C. Maucktr, Co7
B- st b.iildtr.g.
FOR SALE I.AMJ1
FOR SALE An !0-a re farm, near Sil
via i a bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE 190 acres land; nns Im
provements; near Taylor Lid.e; a
bargain. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Fine farms In Ward coun
ty. North Dakota; near aimct. S.
Iljgene Matiiaon. 1131 'I we.ntieth
fctre-ct- Phone 1S4S.
FOR SALE Good trurk firm in South
i;o k Island; very r'-asunabl price;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars call on Rtidv i-.i , 3., room
4, Mitchell Ac Lynde building.
FOR SALE Or trade, 215-acre sto k
tsrm, good Improvements. 12 mile
from DAver.port. Iowa, and two rriiea
o-tth of Blue Grass For description
fcf31.-ei3 F. B. nson, ow-er, HI ie Grass,
FOR SALE Five acres fine gar-lei soil,
on-r.if mile from soi.th -; pi jttss of
St. Paul. Ji.nn.. with M't seven room
tnottse. barn. -nt ken h'ar, sr. we!!.
Man can wcrk In city ftr.d make good
iivlr.g on this piare. price 2.",i'j C.
E. '."alderwcod. Newport. Minn.
FOR SALE Several improved farms in
Worth county, Icwa. These far ns are
5vl. black soil; none more tnan
four miles frC'm raiir'&d. Prices
rar.gir.g from 171 to i'it per a-re.
Tct? farms are aii bargains. Wil
liam Jennings. R'-ck Inland hou-e.
ttFUKE going house hunting come
and S'.e our list cf vacant luui We
have t he cejsopiete list of t'.e trl
citles. ar.d w.U assist you to ret lo
cated without one cent of expense,
bammerfleld s, 111-115 Second
Estate of Henry Jaeter, deceasei
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Henry Jaeger, lute o-T the
ronntv of Rock Island, state of Illinois.
deceased, hereby gives notice that ht
will appear before the probate court 01
Ruck Island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, a: th
October term, on the first Monday in
October next, at which time all persons
hn-inir f'.iimn acainst said estate are
notified and requested to atterd for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated thts 13th day of July. A. D.
lSllg J. B. SCHOESSEL.
Jackson. Hurst Stafford, attorneya
Estate of John A. Mohr, deceased.
The ut derslgr.ed having been ap
pointed admini.-tratrix of the estate of
John A. Mohr, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that she will aipear
before the probate court of Rock It-land
countv, at the probate court room. i:
the ci'tv of Rock Island, at the Septem
ber term, on the first day of the Sep
tember term next, at which time all
persons 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 Immediate
payment 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 Roek Isl
and. To the September term. A. D. 1911.
Eliza Doty. Stella Doty and Ge-rtla
Proutv. complainants, va. John Dill, the
unknown heirs or devisees of John Dili,
deceased, Hamilton Dill, the unknown
heirs or devisees of -Hamilton Dill, de
ceased. Marian Dili. The unknown heirs
or devisees of Marian Dill, deceased,
tiie unknown owners of the northwest
quarter of section number seven in
township number sixteen, north of range
number five west, of the fourth pilncl
rai meridian. In the county of Rock Isl
and and state of Illinois, defendants.
Bill to quiet title.
To the above named defendants and
to evervone of them:
Affidavit of your non-residence and of
the uon-residence of everyone of you.
having been lil.-d in the above cn'itled
cause in the office of the undersigned
clerk t the circuit court of tne county
of Rock Island In the state of lil.nola.
you are hereby notified that said com
plainant' have filed in said court their
bill of complaint against you 0:1 the
chancery side of saia court; that a sum
mons in chancery has been issued in
said cause against you returnable- to the
September term. A. D. 1911 of bald court
to be begun and holden In the court
house in the city of Rock Island In said
countv and state on the third Monday
of September. A. D. 1911. at which time
and place vou will appear and pleat, an
swer or demur to the bill of complaint
as vou muv see tit.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this
6th day of July. A. D. lail.
GEOIteJE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Walker Ingram & Sweeney, complain
Estate of Timothy Reecher, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the) estrto of
Ttmothv li-ccher, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, dei-.-ase.i.
hereby givs notice that lie will nopear
before the probate court of Rock l-latul
countv-. .it the probate court 100.11. lu
the citv of Rock Island, at the Septem
ber term, en the llrst Monday in Sep
tember next, at which, time ail ln-rsom
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend lor the
purpose! of having the sam.i adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate litre
request, d to make immediate pa inc-nt
to the; undersigned.
Dated 1Mb eiay of July, A. D. 1S11.
J. D. BEECHER. Administrator.
James V,'. M;tu;-lui. attorney.
Notice of Final .Set (lenient.
Estate ei' Catherine Wilson, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, C. C. Wilson, admin. stra
tor cf tsaiel estate, has this day filed hid
final report and settlement as such in
the probate court e.f Rock Island coun
ty, liu i l.e.ulng 011 said report has bc-n
s. t for Sept. ;.. 1S11, at J o'clock a. m.,
at which time persons interested may
appear and make objections thereto,
and if no objections are file-d. said report
will be approved at that time, and tlm
undersigned will ask for, an order of
distribution, and will also ask to be dis
charged. Rock Island, ill., July 18, 1911.
C. C. WILSON, AduiihUt ra'or.
1-Vtlllon to ITobalc Will.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty BS i
Probate Court, Rock Island county.
July term. 1911. . . ,
In the matter of the probate of the
last will and testament "1 Mary Sum
m rs, de-ceased. In probate.
To Ail Persons Whom This .May Con
cern (ire cling i
Notice is hereby given that on tho
Ruh day or July, A. U. 1!11. a pe
tition was tiled m the probate court of
Rock Island county, Illinois, unklii fhat
toe last will and testament ol Alary
bummers, (ieci a.scd, be admit ted to pro
bate. The same petition lurtiier Hale-s
that the- following ii.irueel persona a, .
ail the heirs-at-lavv aiel l.gaU-e-Si liugll
Summers. Winnie Brlggs, Willie i'lo-'U,
Father Flaiihigu.il, Fattier Troy.
You are; liuther notified that the hear
ing of Hi.; proof of said will has been
set bv said court for the f.tii day of Sep
tember, A. 1 1. 1911, ut the hour of 'J
o'clock In the lorcnoon. at tAt: court
house in Rock Isidnd, in safcj county.
wSen and where you can appear, if yo 1
see lit, and show cause, If any you have,
wliv said will should not be admitted to
probate. J.jliN E. 1 LLMING,
Clerk Probate. Court.
Dated July 19. 1'Jll-
Ja.-ksoii, Hurst Stafford, attorneys.
PROFESSION.. I. ATTOHVE1 S.
JKjuNTTLTtST - STA1-FORDXT
toi ne s-at-la w. Otlli e lu Rock Island
National bank bulleliiig.
SEARLF. 6i MA1CSIIALL Lawyers.
Money to 1 iati on good real cuiale
aecurit.-. Rooms 32 an-1 303, safety
building, liui k Lbiiid, LI.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
g l-.-ral la,, buijlneaa; col porat 1011,
probate- and r al ustate law, .ill Peo
ple's Bank bunding. 1'hone west 'HI.
VVALKLIi, INGRAM 61 SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. .Money
to loan on r:l estate. Rooms 20'J
202, 1-eupie s National bank building.
McENIR T A; McENIRT At torneys -at-la.'.
Loan money on g'eod aecirity;
make ce-lieciions. i te.1 tr-nce, il.tch
tll &- Lynde, hankers. Olhcc, MKcntil
ic Lyr.de builc.r.g.
i'LEASLNT F. CtX lical iifct-it'j and
insurance. Loat.s a ;-- iaity. Heel
i.re companies rtprt.stt.ied. lour pat
ronage oiieitl. I'i.OhkS we-l 22. dt 1
ne illZ. Of'.ce at court houn.
iiENNETTB ins'irance Ager cy Fire,
life, accident, he-.e.ti. a.'iU plate glas;
real ttle mil loan. bece-nd iloor.
Safety building Office phone west
&iS. Residerie.; phone 725-K. Open
Wednesaay and oatu.-day ever.lna
WE WILL lihNl) YOt; Eie'uf.rs &4
minisi ra'oi , gaurd.ans , tru"'..ci or
any Kind of juuictai bonds; loughs and
society officer:1; 'I'J. state or U. :i.
govei.mer.i or.lc.am, ontractor, po
sitions of trust; t.i fa' t, a.-,y k:ni of
bond you want (except bail bnds.
Terms reasonable. Hayes & 'Cleve
land, resident managers, K.uel.iy it
Deposit company of Maryland.
EiriiEsn a.m xrouAce.
RELIABLE BTORAGil On first floor;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc. Tents for rent. G.
Xixifeasler Sc Co.. 269 ill teen tn street
TRTO LODGE, NO. 67. A, P. ft A. IS
R. Meets In stated communication ;
'the first Thursday of each
W month at 7;30 p. m. By order
of Carlton O. Taylor. W. 1C William:
' tt. Pettit. secretary.
fiTRECKFl'S STEAMBOAT LINE Suc
cessor to the Diamond Joe Line steam
ers. 8T. LOnS TO ST. PAfU
Largest and finest passenger steam
ers on the Mississippi river. Servlte
Steamers due to leave Rock Island for
St- Paul. Minn., at 12, noon, on June 29,
July s. 17. 26.
Steamers due to leave Roek Island for
St. Louis Mo., 7:30 a. m.. on July 4, IS,:
For rates and information addfess C.
J. Mar.gan. agent. Rock Island.
Oftice. foot of Nineteenth street. Bell
phone west S26.
Estate of James S. Gilmore, de
ceased. The undersigned havtng been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
James S. Giiniore, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby give notice that they will Ap
pear before the probate court of Rock
Island county, at the probate court
room. In the city of Rock Island, at the
beptembcr term, on tne first Monday la
September next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are r.otlhed and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the rame ad
Justed. All persons Indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 22nd day of June. A. D. 191L
W. K. TAYLOR.
II L' till E. CllfTt
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
Probate Court of Rock Ialasd county.
To the September term. A. D. 1S1L
Petition to sell real estate to pay
Central Trust & Savings Bass:, admln-
islrator c. t. a. of the estate of Louis
Allars. deceased, vs. Sidney Allars, Don
Allars, William Allars, Frank Allars.
Jacob Waldiiian, and John A. Gavin.
Allidavit or the non-residence of Sid
ney Allars, Don Allars and Frank Al
lars. defendants above named, having
been riled in the office of the clerk of
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, notice Is hereby given to the said
Sldneey Allars, Don Allars and Frank
Allars that the said plaintiff. Central
Trust & Savings Bank, administrator c
t. a. ef the estate of Louie Allars, de
ccuseei, lias tiled Us petition in the said
probate court ef Rock Island county for
an order to sell the premises belonging
to the estate of said deceased, or so
much of it as may be needed to pay the
debts of said deceased, and described as
All that part of lot thirteen (li). In
Brasnar'a nib-division of the west 74. 7T
acres of the north one-eighth of section
eleven (11), township seventeen 1 1 7
north, range) two (2 west of the 4th
P. M., which lies west of the Trl-CUy
Railway s company's right of way, said
premises being formerly known as lota
eleven . 1 1 . twelve (12. thirteen
fourteen ill), fifteen (13) and sixteen
(16). and the alley dividing them In Kd
wurd 11. Guei"s KUb-elivislon of said
ha thirteen (13 1, and being now vaca
ted, situated In Rock Island county.
Illinois. And that u summons has been
issued out f said court against you,
returnable at the September term, A. D.
l!il, of fc.lid court, to be holden on the
4th day or September, A. D. lyil, at the,
court house 1.1 Roe k Island, la Rock. Is
land euuiil), Illinois.
Now, uiil ss jou. the said Sidney Al
lars, Don Allars and Frank Allars, shall
pcrsvhaliy be und appe'ar bulore said
pre.balu court of Rock Island county, on
the llrst elay of t term thereof, to be
holden at the court house in the city of
Rock Island. In said county. 011 the 4tn
da e.f Septe'inber, 1911, and plead, ans
wer or demur let trie said couipia mini s
petition Hied there In, tin: same- and the
matters und things therein charged and
stated will be taken as cemfesned, and
a decree entered against you according
to tiie pracr of said bill.
Rock Island. III., July 1, 1911.
JOHN E. FLEMING. Clerk Pro Tsm.
Hugh E. Curtis, cf-mplainant's so
Wanted to Buy Clovcs, Furni
ture, Carpets, Rugs
and all kinds of goods of value at
Ed Williamson's. I will pay more,
than auy other dealer. Telephone ;
Wtbt 16S8. &2." Second avenue.
jB&IFg3uiiuU3 LIB 151 3
Good k loctii
Modern o room cottage, on 14th
live room cottage on 14 Hi ave
nue, & yeais oid. i.ewly puinted,
good well and ( intern
A new modern l room bouse, on
11', j street, cast liont, a model
Two modern 7 loom houses, on
12tii street , ait front, fine tr
racu, lot VlxluU, a snap
WE WRITE INSURANCE.
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FIRE, LIFE. LIGHTNING AND WIND
Office. 172 Third avenue. Kates res
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
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' Contractor and Builder.
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lltk isUnd. 11 L
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Manufacturers of Bash. Doors. Llrlnds
and St.rs. Interior ntosn of all kinds.
lia.ru wool Veneer fcioonr.. and deal
ers in diw 411 and 424 Eighteenth
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