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THE ROCK ISEAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, APRIX, fi, 1911.
fcWtXKlH To WCrM ,3 MY NOW CE. , K1LLUrAOO-VV4 . HVS ( Tt
rfeWA&EO OL PLONAIE fj- VHEAftD .ANYTHING : OK 1 I I
ExrcLrae -t (mXcaji -v . '
I Br roo ae wjci"4S ity ff2
A well located lot on i:th street;
paving and sidewalks paid for;
a snap at SC7S.G0
A iL-ruom Duntc In Soutn Rock
I. land. In (rood shape, nearly
We have two lots no lit street
and SOth avenue; east front;
one Is corner lot; at $725.00
A two-story house on ittti street;
two years old; has furnace and
electric lights 6250
List your property with ua.
We write Insurance: furc;y bonds.
405 Best building U"rK Island. I1L
INSURANCE AM' I
AL EST AT S.
. " Tirsidl
New five-room cottage, worth $2,000.
but for QUicU sale will take tl.&Oo
hcuie for trade, price
Good double house, in Crstt :a;.s lu'-a- ;
tion, ill modern, $4. SOU.
Cix-room modern house, 13.500.
Klgl'.t-room house :n ao ij 1 j-..iti t.
Lots in any location and at any p-'" '
to suit the purchaser.
23,000 acres or good New Mexico land
at $4 per acre. For trade wi,i t ike uny
kind of good income propen. 'lake .
to i6.00 on tins.
280 acres flrst class Iowa land, first
class improvements, 4100 an acre.
Eighty-acre rartn. seven miles from !
Muscatine, good Improvements. tlOu ari :
-m-a VL'til ask.. .. r.v-r., . .( u ... An . 1 . ,
. .11 ...,At t.i 1 i '
loam. 2125 per acre. l
We loan money, write fire lnsurar.ee.
and rent houses. 03ice phone west 241
Residence phone west 134.
Blankenburg & iilankenbur.
SO SAFETT BUILDING.
The Beat Is the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE. LIGHTNING AND WIND
Office, ITS Third avenue. Rates re a
oeable. ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
The lection is over, and we have a good MAYOR and four good
COMMISSIONERS. THE BASEBALL QUESTION IS SETTLED, AND
WE HAVE WON.
Now, let's settle down to business and make Rock IIand the best
town on the map. We have the peorie and the r.atural resources, and on
of the best located towns in the United States. We have ail knocked a
little, but In spite of tr.is. Kock Island, continues to grow, and to.iav no
city In the country oirers more to the investor or home-buver than Rock
There are suckers everywhere, end perhaps Rork I.;nd has its share.
W are inclined to grab at get-rich-qnick schemes offered us from all
parts of the country, such as mining tmd ell stocks, citv lots on monthly
payments in some barren country loo miles from railroad, whuh we
know nothing about, and which are s,o!d by the lavish use of printer's
ink. and which is nothing more or less than a gambl?: yet we buy thena.
We have as good, safe investments right here et Lome as can h-e found
anywhere; right here where we know ail about tl.era and know they are
absolutely sate and will make us money. Now. can we afford to gam
ble? Why not tii ke a sure tlnr-.g
I have lots for sale in Kock Iiand that will double in value in from
two to rive years, and there isn t a wage-farr.er that cannot afford to buy
one. They range in price from 120 up. and the owners will accept cash
or small payments.
If you've got a lot, you can get a home: and if you've got a home,
you are independent. I have houses for sale for Imia Jl.PvO up. and a
few very fine residences; and if you want land. I have f xr ins located in
the garden spot of the world Illinois and Iowa.
I would like to talk to thoe interested In Rock Island.
Office 602 Safety Building. Phone West 950.
FOR RT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well
lighted offices; all convenience, in
cluding elevator service, roomy vaults,
etc.: one choice suite with large pri
vate vault. Apply room 100. F. K.
FOR RENT Or sale. National cash register;-
rcgriMers from 1 cent to $lo;
tapv machine and up-to-date. Inquire
Cut Rale Ixun company. lSOJi Sec
ond avfnuf. Old phone west 177.
FOR HEXT Two very desirable store
rooms, two rooms each, located at
3ii Seventh avenue, city; very good
location for lunch room. io cream
parlor, and confrtioncrv. tailor shop,
millinery, barber fhop, or griircry. In
quire 643 Thirty-ninth street. It..ck
Pa s ay if
You have lung considered
wU day a cectssarv dread.
Now you cau consider it a
) leas u re, lor the new way ia
lo let ub bear luc turdeu. 'Iheu
hjju uu is ti irely a mutter
.i diiieriLg the boiled clotiies
ioi.ci.Ucr. Vv'iitii our wagon
cuiis, wash day is ever as far
as you are com trncd. V beu
tue clotiivs are relumed tlity
will be fpoileisi clean and
delightfully fresh. The coiors
will be bright, the bullous will
be on. there will be no rips or
tears, vv hen you consider the
expense of wiiihmg;, the price
iou pay to fcwip. the cost of
fuel, the o.:scouifort and aggra
vation, you vill say our way is
truly economical. Drop us a.
postal or phone us now.
6ll TWELFTH STREET. BOTH
FOR KEJfT KOOS
FOR RENT Rooms for llrht house
keeping at 414 Eleventh street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for llsht
housekeeping at 312 Fifth street .
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, all modern, at 531 Twentieth
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping at 3U7 Thirl
FOR RENT Modern furnished, front
room; use of old phone; at 1512 Eighth
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, cen
trally located, modern, at 1230 Second
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 1503 Seventh avenue. Old phone
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 2514 Fifth avenue.
Old phone west . bZ-1.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light 'housekeeping at llol
! ounet iitti-and-a-halt street.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
partly modern, suitable lor light
iiouseKeepmg, at z,iz i-ntn avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, partly
modern, at ziu scventeentn street.
FOR RENT A furnished front room. In
modern Mouse, suitable lor two, at
L lJi'i Sixth avenue. Old phone 1706-V.
1-Oil Hti urnlahed rooms ana
, rooms 'tor light housekeeping; mod
ern. .Phone west 549; 1303 Second ave
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms, half block troni street car;
private family; 112! Seventeenth
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, ail modern con
veniences; 111K Foarieentn-aud-a-iialf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; all modern; use of
telephone, gas in laundry; 1718 Fifth
FOR RENT Large front room, nicely
furnished, ail modern, two blocks
from Wa:ch Tower car line, at 1627
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms lor light housekeeping; also
sleeping rooms; all modern conveni
ences, including use or phone; 15y4
t it th-and-a-haif avenue.
FOll REST JVOC5K9.
FOR RENT Iiouse of 11 rooms, mod
ern improvements; 1102 Soventeeotn
street. Rock Island. E. II. Guyer.
FOR RENT Seven-room modern house,
with large yard, garden spot, and
barn. Address "X. V.," care Argus.
FOR RENT A modern seven-room
iiouse on Twenty-brut street, near
Ninth avenue. Inquire 2010 Fifth av
enue. FOR RENT A five-room cottage, all
modern, rent t per month, m 14j2
Fit th-and-a-haif avenue. Cail at 14M4
FOR RENT A six-room house, ail mod
ern, on Twenty-third street between
Seventh and Eighth avenues, inquire
751 Twenty-third .street, city.
FOR RENT A six-room house, south
side of double house, at 1517 Forty
fourth street; modern improvements.
Call evenings at 4131 Seventh avenue.
FOK RENT A seven-room cottage,
with water, sewer, s-nd gas for cooa
ing: large lot. with most all kinds of
fruit: chicken house and yard; at 1227
Thirty-seventh street. I aquae of "V.
S. iiill, care Argus office.
FOR RENT By May IS. to Oct. 1. a six
room completely furnisoed house;
nicest location in city; will rent to
right party or young married couple
without cnildren; references required.
Address "B. D. C." care Argus.
FOR RENT A modem flat; inquire at
2304 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT One of Wright's modern
five-room fiats. Inquire 224 Seven
FOR RENT Modern five-room flat: SIS
per month. Call phone 159S-V. George
Graham. 122 Fifth-and-a-half ave
nue. All the news ail tne time The Argua. i
WASTED XALG HELP,
WANTED First olass carpenters at
new State bank.. C. W. HalL
WANTED Four boys 14 year of ae;
call at 1523 Fourth avenue at 8 a. m.
WANTED B!x young men to work on
passenger trains. Inquire at 3116
WANTED First class paper bangera
and painters. Apply at Farldon Wall
Paper company. 419 Seventeenth
WANTED Horseshoer to run shop for
half; owner sick; SIS "Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. Lawn mowers
sharpened for IS cents.
WANTED Solicitors to canvass with
an Indispensable household article;
big wages. Call evenings at 223 Sev
enth street for full particulars.
WANTED An experienced man anfl
wife to work on farm; must board
from one to five men. Address Fred
Knochewnua, route S. Port Byron. 111.
WANTED Men to learn the automo
bile business; we teach you at homer
get you 125 weekly job; make S10
weekly while learning. Rochester
Auto School. 153. Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED Handy man to run drill
press in machine shop; steady work;
10 hours, 20 cents per hour. Gris
wold Manufacturing company. Fifth
avenue and Fortieth street, city.
WANTED A first class, reliable man
to represent us as district airent for
number of counties adjacent to Rock
isiand in the writing of non-partlci
Datine- business; satisfactory first yea
and renewal commission given; bond
required. Wrtt Michigan Mutual Life
Insurance company, .Detroit, Mich.
WANTED Experienced non-union elec
trlcal construction men for inftalla
tion work on electric light and power
plant located in Chicago: capable men
can secure gooa positions with excel
lent opportunity tor advancement. T
receive attention, applicants must
state wages expected and give refer
ences. Address "L. M. N.." care Argus.
WASTED FEM4LB EEU.
WANTED Girl to do general house'
work at 816 nineteenth street.
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework; gooa wages to competent
person: at so xsineteenth street.
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral liousewors; no washing; good
wages. Apply at 104 l ntrteenth street
WANTED A woman to do general
housework: one who wants a good
nome preferred. Apply 1232 Four
teenth street, city.
WANTED A good girl to do general
housework; one who can coma well
recommended ; good wages; two in
family. Call old phone west 134, ev
WANTED Ladies to learn hairdress-
ing with the new Hermann permatien
hair wave; a patent process that
transforms straight hair into natur
ally wavy: rain or .shampoo improves
bneflt3 growth; a most wonderful in
vention; sole agents; demonstration
dally. We a!so teach maniourimr
facial massage, electrolysis, and chir
opody. Our manual of charts and dia
grams with free cllnli- saves time over
other methods. Catalogue mailed tree
Moler Barber College, Chicago, 111.
WAJITEP MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Agents; 190 monthly and
expenses, either sex. put out cata
logues and advertise largo mail order
iiouse. S. Scheffer, treasurer, S 51,
WANTED Boarders and roomers at 606
WANTED Washing to do at home at
lo20 Fifth avenue.
WANTED General cleaning and work
by the day. Jia phone west 740-K.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder;
price, 30 cents per pair. Old phone
i WANTED A good girl to do house
work; good wages. Inquire at 2730
WANTED Family and ladies' bundle
washing; nice work guaranteed. Call
or address 1117 Sixth avenue.
WANTED Washing and ironing; lace
curtains laundered; satisfaction guar
anteed. Old phone west 62-x.
WANTED To rent, a three or four-
room modern cottage, centrally loca
ted. Call old phone west 6662.
WANTED A lot, cheap, at lowest pos
slble price for cash. Give full infor
mation. Address "L. A.," care Argus.
WANTKU iour amateur finishing at
me mown oiuuio. over uurUE drug
ttore. corner 1 -lrd avenue and Twen
WANTED General cleaning by the day
by competent woman. Cail at 515
Twenty-second street. C-d phone west
.'iaa-A.; new aioj.
'ANTED Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, near car line; res
ioence section preferred. Address
"VV. J. C, care Argus. .
WANTED To launder, lace curtains;
work promptly called for and deliv
ered. Mrs. Luella Titterington, 144s
Fourteenth street, old phono west
WANTED To rent, two or three fur
nished rooms, west of Twentieth
street, for light housekeeping, by
family with S-year-old child. Address
"Rooms," care Argus.
WANTED Washings to do at the Col
ored Home Laundry, 73a Fourteentn
street; excelienl l.aiud work done; or
ders will receive our prompt atten
tion. Old phone west 7u5-A- Lastei
WANTED To buy, for cash, modern
six to eight-room house, $4,0'0 to
Ajiji). between Seventh and Twcltth av
enues and Fifteenth and Twenty-third
streets. Ailtirtse with fuil particulars
"S. J. E-," care Argus.
WASTED Lace curtains to clean at any
time; biankets and quilts to wash dur
ing hot weather only. Send postal
card to Mrs. Maer, 24u" Sixth ave
nue, and your work will receive
prompt and careful attention.
ARE you looking for a house or vacaut
rooms f l hen come in aud see our
list. Nearly tvtiy vacant house in
the tri-cities Jit-'Ced with us. ?io
charge. Surnmerfieid s, 113-115 East
Second street, Davenvort.
aAsAiiK FOR illuN A.KU WOMEN.
Mrs. k. W. Miller, graduate masseuse;
electric vibrator treatments, vapor
wut, scleiitlne body and facial mas
sage, therapeutic lights, spinal treat
ment. Swedisn EHJVtmtLts, etc Hours
from lJ . m. to S p. m. Henley band
ing, suit 12. corner Fourtn ai.u sirja y
streets. Davenport. Iowa.
auto axd Carriage bodies.
hand-made bodies of all kinds; also
auto delivery bodies; all work guar
anteed. Headquarters at K.locau
Carriage and Auto shop. Old pnone
ila.de in One Day.
Faid back ia rrnalL convenient icstai.
menu; our iow rates hup our compel!
tors, but will benefit you. Victor Finance
company, 2i McIanus building. Second
FOR SALE Five-room house at 16i:
Fourteenth street. Inquire at same
number. . .
FOR SALE Five-room -cottage, all
modern. Inquire Mrs. J. W. Barrett,
1012 Nineteenth street.
FOR SALE A elx-room cottage, all
modern: located on Fourteenth street;
price JS.000. Eckart & Bnffum.
FOR SALE: Early Ohio seed potatoes,
one year In this climate. Inquire at
1700 Sixth street. Old phone 129S.
FOR SAL 5 Eljrht-room house, corner
-.Twentieth street and Tenth ave
nue: easy terms. Inquire at resi
dence. FOR SALS At a bargain, a "tore with
fiat above, located at 37SS Firth ave
nue. Inquire K. Thonn. 1 Twenty
eighth street, clty-
FOR SALE Five-room cottag. new. tn
fine repair; paved street ;eaar terms;
liberal discount .for half c&an. 31.65 0,
Llninger A Stayer.
FOR SALE Nice five-room hore on
Twelfth street and Eighth avenue;
sewer, water and gas; price 32,500.
Eckhart & Buffuro.
FOR SALE A seven-room house, with
two acres, located on bluff; a nice
place to raise chickens. For particu
lars see Eckhart A Buffum.
FOR SALE Lots; a big bargain in
seven lots, on bluff; all level, east
frontage: size 40x150: only $2,100 for
the seven. See Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE A lot 45x131. located on
Sixteenth avenue and Twenty-sixth
street. Inquire R F.. Russell. 22
Fourteenth-and-a-half street Phone
FOR SALE New five-room cottage near
Thirty-fifth street and Sixth avenue.
Rock Island, for cash or on - terms.
Inquire Swanson & Lundquist, Filth
avenue and Sixteenth street, Moline.
FOR SAT.?; Five and six-room houses,
from 31.400 to 31,600; small payment
down; 25 lots, from $300 to 3460. fi't
down, balance in five years. E. W.
Robinson. 1454 Richmond street.
Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE At 1608 Fifteenth street,
east front facing Long View park,
seven-room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace; $3,000: one-half casn,
easy terms for balanoe; rents for $2
per month. F. K. Rhoads, 100 Rob
FOP. SALE Home; Robert A. Smythe
having engaged m fruit raising in
v ashington. otters for sale ills beau
tiftil residence opposite Long View
part, lfalj Twelfth avenue. For fur
ther particulars inquire W. L. Yer
bury, 211 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALIC At 1045 Seventeenth street,
corner Uievontu avenue. 6.-foot eas
frontage, eight-room house, modern in
all respects, with good barn suitable
tor garage; owner moved from city
find anxious to sell; a snap if taken at
once, (part cash). Jb. iv. Rhoads, 100
FOR SALE Cheap, a bonutlful home,
buiit on lines of Swiss chutlct, strict
ly modern, six-room h'vii;e, up-to-dato
in every respect; loo3Pal in one of the
pretty parts of our city; to realize its
foil value you must see it. G. Lltner
Ulakesley, 1230 Glenhurst court. Old
piione West 1157-L.
tOR SALE Modern nine-room house.
on Long View car line and within one.
block o:' Seventeenth street entrance
to IxinK View park; has good well on
premises; east from, and one of the
best all-around locations in the city.
For particulars as to price, etc., in
quire of. the. owner. H. G. Baker, lluii
FOR SALE Cheap, a few choice lots;
paved rtrcel.s. walks, sewer, water,
t-'at-, tre6 in tract, hue surroundings.
beaiitliui homes, street car right to
your a oc-T, turee mocks Ironi L,on
View park. For particulars call on
G. Elmer Blakesley, 1236 Glenhurst
court. Phone west 1157-L. Twelfth
street, Twellth avenue addition.
OK bAbk. - acre stock farm; line
improvements; four miles from Mliau
price 100 per acre. Ite.ldy Bros.
FOR SALE Two and a half acres with
lii-room lio ;fc, located m west end of
city; price J,ot0. Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE Filty-aere farm, Scott
county, Iowa; good buildings; easy
terms for payment. AiiUrpss Miles
Collins, Davenport, Iowa.
FOR SALIi Deeded Indian lands, good
reliiiqulahrnuuis. in Lorsoii county
close to C. M. & Puet Sound railway
Write tor i-trtner particulars to J. w.
llarriu, .loiii.Jbe, s. D.
FOR SALE Good truck farm in Bon I a
Rock lelami; very reasonable price;
good house and outbuildings. For
particulars cail on Reidy Bros., room
4, Mitchell & Lyude building.
FOR SALE Several Improved farms in
Worth county, Iowa. Theeo farms ate
level, black soil; none niui e than four
miles from railroad. Prices ranging
front 70 to lilO per acre. Tuese xarms
are all bargains. William Jennings,
Kocs island nouse.
FOR SALE Ten-acre farm, on easy
terms; line place to raise chickens,
vegetable:-, fruit, etc.; located ilfjrit
hei at home, where you know what
you luy and sure of rainfall and a
market for your products. For par
ticulars, Eckhart He Buffum.
HOniSY TO LOA3.
lloXKY to loan on good real estate se
curity. Address il5 t if teenth street
Rock Island, ill.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE security at
lowest rates. L,ucoipn & Reynolds,
lawyers. iitat niuck, corner Seven
tee.uh street and Second avenue.
MuNElf TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Alurio.i E. Sween
ey, attorney, rooms it and s.i, Mitcu
eil Lynde building. Rock Island.
LOANS on fur<ure. plaaoa, horses.
wagotis, etc., quictfly, private. y. at the
lowest rales. Mutual Loau Company
, Ulilnc. ). room 411, People's National
ban building, net; phone 51uj; oid
lf.one west 12.
V. a! MAKE A SFjSCIALTIT of ioanln,,
money on housenoui goods, iiorsi-o,
Magons. etc., wltnout removal aui.
ia a quiet way. Call on ua tor qulc;
loi.o. Fidelity Loan Coaipaoy. root
v nest bu.iaii.f.
ACKSOii. HUi'.of A bfAyiUKii At-
toriiys-ai-ia.w. Oitice in itoux Island
.a li.jnal banK buiidina
DtiAKLli c iiAiiiHAbb Uwyeil
Money to loan ou goou real eiai6
secur.ty. l. cm iOs and i'Ji, iMivty
buiidii.g, Kock island, lii.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney,
general ia w L.iisiness; corporation,
probate ai.d real estate law; an feo
pie s hai.K buiialu. Piione w.st 449.
r'ALKLK. lNGxt-4-M & SW.'fcLN'iif At
torneya ai-.d cuiusti. u at u Money
to iouu on real estate. itoouia iiv
2t.i. i'eopio's .Nlioiil bank tiuil.lir.K
McENiRY a. McElSY Attornee-at-
nw. Loan ioaey on goud security;
tnaae eoiie'-tions. f-.etei erxtn, Mitt.
tli 6c I.ynde. : inlieri OUice, Mitv'.eii
JACOB W. HERCULES Architect and
Superintendent. Architectural Engin
eer; reifitorced concrete and steel icn
etrution; office buiidice, p-ibi:j
boiiiia;s, factories, residence woi k.
Ofiices. 40u-4ul People's Nat.oiiai
bank builair.g. Old phone west ill 4.
EXPRESS A.MJ IIOUAGE,
also manufacturer of awnings, teu.a
wagon cjvers. etc Tents for rent, li
Roessier Sc. Co.. 209 Fiteectu street
opposite tiie court bous. Rocst Isiaiia
FOR f ALU CITY
i'USl SALE aiJCELUlltKOCI.
FOR BALE Horse and wagon; Inquire
at 1322 First avenue.
FOR SALE Household goods of all
kinds at 1911 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Spring wagon and surrey,
harness, at 1012 Sixteenth avenue.
FOR SALE a, good disc cultivator;
also a ganr plow; at 610 Forty-sixth
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching, from
good barjed rock strain. Call at 19-0
FOR SALE Cheap, a leather top phae
ton, rubber tired, at 709 Twenty-sec
ond street. Old phone west lo23.
FOR BALE Cheap, three head of work
norses. inquire at oorner Twenty
fourth street and Twentieth avenue.
FOR SALD Eggs for hatching; Barred
Rocks (Ringlet strain); 330 Twenty
fourth street. Old phone west 781-L.
FOR BALE Oak and pine mixed kind
ling, cut stove lengths, at $3.50 per
load, delivered. Kahlke Bros. Phone
FOR SALE 16x24 building, nearly new.
good shape for house. E. W. Robin
son, 1454 Richmond street. Phone west
FOR SALE The beautiful gold coin
strain Buff Orpingtons; eggs and day
cl- chicks; catalogue free. J. B. Jo
seph. Sears. I1L-
FOR SALE 22H-foot ooen launch.
with e-horse power engine; cheap If
taken at once. Inquire Biiesoner a
machine shop, Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching; they
are the LT. R. Flshel strain of White
Plymouth Rocks, and they are good
ones; 15 for $1. Phone 878-X; 1902
Estate of John Greehy, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the lust will ami
testament of John Greehy. late of tbu
county of Rock Island, stato of Illinois.
deceased, hereby give-s notice that ho
will appear before the prooate court of
Rock Island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
Mav term, on the llrst Monday in May
next, at which time all persons having
claims against saia estate are notined
and requested to attend for tho purpose
of having tho same adjusted. All per
sons inuc-oted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 7th day of March, A. D.
1911. THOMAS GREEHY, Executor.
John K. Scott, attorney.
To All Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will rile a petition In tiie cir
cuit court ot Rock Island county, Illi
nois, to the iiext May term thereof, to
have her nanie changed from Katharlni
Fischer Kocii to Kat limine Fischer.
Dated at Rock Island, 111., this 18th
day of March. A. I. 1911.
KATHARINE FISCHER KOCH.
Estate of Sarah A. James, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed aiitnni iti a tor of Uic estate of
Sarah A. James, late of tho county of
li'oi k Island, stale of Illinois, deceased,
hcret- gives notice that he will appear
before the probate court of Rock Island
county, at the probate court room, in
the city of l;: k Island, at the June
i. rni, on the lirst Monday in June next.
at which time hii persons having claims
aeviin.t said c3tat are notilied aud re
quested to attend for the purpose, of
having the same adjusted. All persons
ini- lited to paid estate are icqucstod to
make immediate payment to tne under-
latcd zsra day or .uaren. a. u. isii.
HENRY A. JAM KS. Administrator.
Hugh E. t'lii';, uitoriiey.
Ilircui rix'a otice.
Estate of Caroline Nelson, deceased.
i he undersigned Having oeen ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Caroline Nelson, lute :
the county of Rock Island, slate of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives uolii e that
she will appear before tho probate court
of Rock Inland county, at the probate
court room, in the ciiy of Kock Inland,
at tiie June term, on tne tirst Monday in
June next, at which time all person:!
having claims against said estate are
notilied and requested to aitend for the
inirujse of having the same lulfustel
All persons indebted to Maid estate arj
reaueuted to make immediate payment
to tho undersigned.
Dated tnls 11th day of March, A. D.
1911. AGNKS SIMPSON. Executrix.
R. W. Olmsted, attorney.
Estate of Henry Fluegel, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of t lie lust will and
testament of Henry Fluegel, lute of the,
county of Rock Island, stale or Illinois,
d. .' eased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the probut.; court of Km u.
Isiand county, at ihe piobato court room
n the clty.of Kin k Jslund. at tho Juii
term, on the hr;l Monday in June next,
at which time all persoiiM having claims
against said estate am notified and r. -
iiiesled to attend for tno purpose oi
having the same adjusted. AH person.)
indebted to said estate aro requested ti
make immediate payment to tne urider
signed. Dated tnis Ziin oay ot uarcn, A. u.
1911. HENRY FLUEGEL.
Albert Huber, attorney.
I'uhih atlon 't'Otlee.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty -si : .
In the Circuit court, :,iay i trm, A. u.
Rose K. Nickias vs. fllen W . Nir klas.
l!i(!avit of unknown resi b nee of the
defendant. Glen W. Nl kiss, h iving bi' .'i
lllerl In tne clerk's olh. e of tne Ircult
oiirt of said county, notice is therefore
hereby given to tho said uiik:i,wii r ei-
denl del .:ini.int, that tiie eo.riphiinjint
filed her biil of complaint in said court.
n ti.e chaoeery sice ther' ot, on tne sec
ond i!iy of Ijccember, 1010, and that
therei:pon a summons Mi- Jed out of :.aii
ourt, wherein said b- :t is now pendink;.
relu!nai;e on me r.rsi Aionoay in me
rrc.'iitn or January, iii, wnicn s.'iu
aiiiro'ii'is was riot m rvi ti;
And mat on tl.n 29t.h day of Marth, A
D. 1j11, an alias sumrrions v. as ist-jed in
said cu'isc, returnable on tne hrbt Mon
day in May, A. D. 1911, as Is by law re
.Now, ur.iess you, ir.e pj.a unknown
resilient dt-i.lunt, ljn.n V,'. Nlcklas,
siiull pcr.'ona.iy b: and ajpear oefore
sai'i circuit coui t, li.-.; h;.-t day of tne
i.ext term thereof, to be hoi len at Ro.-k
Isi-ind, In and for sail eoVnty. on tne
first Monday in May next, and pli-.a-J,
answer or cemur to tho said complain
ant's bill of complaint, tne an ine. ,and
tne matters and tilings therein cnarg'-'d
and stated will be ta;s -i as confessed,
a.id a ti-i-rce entered against you ac
cording to tiie i raver or sud bill.
GEOHGrJ V. GAMBLE. Cierk.
Rock Ishtnd, ill., Marel. 29, 1911.
Philip H- Well.-", c.mpialriant's sollcl
t..r. - O'er- A5D rOl'.VD,
UuT A yellow L.'i'I mime coiiifl pup.
Return to Twe:y-ti.ird street and
ABS l it CTS OK T1TLU.
,uir.c.is ot t.lic ptpcu.u or cue
tiauea to cute covet. c.i any real es
Lit in thd county, i ron.pl uul ac
curate service at ... naoit ralea
Race Isiand Tltie Abstract Com
pany, J. i. ioi loi. prcai Kul. j
tSwetney. eti:ret-ry; uj-2oj. seco.'.l
fiver, i'eop.t National batik bui.u-
JtiJil IHI.L' KLrltT:ii)I.YSI, if
WULllPLb h.l.'i kXCTrT.
oe hairs on Xac-e ard arnru i-tiri.-ia-' ,
r.exiiy rrrr.oved ivitu 01.3 to tit. ''I
r.eeti.e?: fo.r.iu s'x hours' w-.rx in
cne with six, tratTaents KiVB at
home unless otherwise desired. Ad-i f
dress Miss A M. Klttrtdt:. Flat 1. I
Argyie i-lats. brady alrt.i. Lavea- I
port. Old phci Slid.
TRIO LODGE, NO. 57. A F. & A. M-
TRIO LODGE, NO. 57. A
Meets In stated ci
V-the first Thursc
month at 7:30 p.
Meets In stated communication,
ursaay of each
m. By order
of Carlton G. Taylor. W. M.; William,
B. FetUt. secretary.
Brotkerhood mt America Teomesu
...V.- KOCK ISLAND llUJdE.-
BTKAD NO. 3211. iSest '
i.-T-' second and fourth Friday.
-evenings at !-elln's hall.'
Notice ef Publlcatloa.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Ceun-;
In the Circuit Court, May Term. A. I
Pearl McClata vs. Wllbert McCLaln. In
Affidavit of the unknown residence of-
the above defendant. Wilbert McClaln, i
having been filed in the clerk s ottice of
the circuit court of said county, notice
is therefore hereby given to the said
non-resident defendant that the com
plainant filed her bill of complaint in
said court, on the chancery side thereof,
on the 30th day of March, 1911, and that
thereupon a summons. Issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pending,
returnable on the first Monday in thai
month of May next, as is by law requir
Now, unless you, the said defendant i
above named, Wilbert McClaln, shall !
personally be and appear before suld
circuit court, on the tirst day of the next ,
term thereof, to be holden at Rock Is- ;
land, in and for the said county, on the '
first Monday in May next, and plead. '
answer or demur to the said complain
ant's bill of complaint, the same and the
matters and things therein charged and
stated will be taken trs confessed, and .
a decree entered against you according
Rock Island, ill.. March SO, 1911.
to the prayer of said bill.
i.Jiti.; v . UAJuiL-. cieric.
Harry M. McCaskrin. complainant's '
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