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Argus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of Its patrons
In various part of the city. The Arg-us
haa established a system of branch of
fices, whtre subscriptions and want ad
vertlsin may be received nd any In
formation left that may pertain to any
department of the paper, nwf or business-
It ia alfco planned to have at each
of these branch offices every evening
a supply of coplea of The Argu) of the
day. ao that any subscriber who may
bare failed under any circumstances to
receive his paper, be supplied free of
The Arpus" chain of branch offices
is cot yet entirely completed, but those
that have so far been established are
J. J. Kipp's notion store. 4505 Fifth
II- .E Rowe's pharmacy, 411S Four
Rless' drug store. Twenty-seventh
street. Seventh avenue.
Ullemeyer's drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth Ftreet.
Qecrge W. Millhouse, conf ectlonetry,
606 Fourth avenue.
Mrs. London's notion store. Beventh
street. Fourteenth avenue.
Helmbeck's pharmacy. 8:2 Third ave
nue. FOR REXT ROOMS
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 823 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms ,'or light
housekeeping at SOT Third street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with
bath and heat, at 229 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room at
1222 Fourth avenue. Old phone t
FOR RENT Three modern rooms, fur
nished if desired, at 64 Twenty-fifth
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
with board if desired, at 709 Twenty
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping and sleeping rooms at 218 to
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms;
lso light housekeeping rooms; at
2626 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room with mod
ern conveniences and steam heat at
lfe07 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern light housekeep
ing rooms, newly papered and paint
ed, fall at 2&0 Fifth aTenue.
FOR RENT Three rooms, with gas
Move, down stairs, at 734 Fourteenth
ftrott. Inquire all Eleventh street.
FOR RENT Two upstaira and three
downstairs furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 1525 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
centrally located. Inquire 412 Nine
teenth street, opposite public library
FOR RENT Furnished room, strictly
m-idern; gentlem.in preferred, reter
cni es exchangei); at 1123 Seventeenth
FOR RENT A large modern furnished
roeni, jn private family; board if de
sired, rent very reasonable; 614
FOR RENT Strl-tly modern furnished
room for li'! t housekeeping, also
sleeping rooms: u.e of bath and
phone; ir.yl Second avenue. old
phona West 649.
FOR RENT Large nicely furnished
modern room in excellent locality, i
s-iiiabie lor one or two gentlemen, at;
1102 Seventeenth street.
For RENT Furnished room, wltn
board; modern conveniences, price
reasonable; good location; 1127 Sec
ond avenue. Phone 1220-K.
FOR RENT Four modern rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished, with laundry
privileges, within one door of car line.
Inquire 324 Eleventh street.
FOR RENT A strictly modern fur
nished room: references exchanged:
breakfast served if desired. Call !
mornings at 1105 Fourteenth-aud-a
1'on iii:.T iiovnt;
For RENT A six-room modern house
iuqu.re 1412 Twelfth street. Rent)
FOR RENT Six-room modern house at
lt"34 Fourteenth street. Inquire i3u7
FoR RENT A five-room cottage; sew
er and wjiir. and gas. Inquire 611
Six -room modern house
t ltv4 - I ourleectii
13C7 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Three-room house at
"x tventy-.-eoor.d str"el. Inquire
FOR KENT Five-room modern
at C10 Twer.ty-slxth street. Ir.qjire
FUR RENT Lower half of 2815 Flfth-ni.d-a-huif
avenue; lour rooms. In
; lire 2 l-'iftn venue.
IXJK RENT Sevtn-r-Hm house at 1020
r lrFi avfti'jc. in-iuire
Term. -4'"S Bst building."
-Partly rr-.odern five-room
14'. 'j Th:rty-seventh street.
7 Fittn avenue.
: '.a ,v at
FOR KENT A f.ve-reom cottage; haa
w liter, be we r, and gas for cook::ig.
re at 2S0S F if ih-and-a-l.alf ave-
FOR Ri:NT Seven room house at 618
Eleventh street, has city wmer. In
quire at t2(ia Sixteenth street after
5 p. rr..
FOR RENT Ileuses; inquire at Wii-
l'.a.-i N liaim-iiiu real eLate ai.d
lr.surar.ee. 1114 Uj See on d avenue.
Kw-ii is. and.
r.i' Ji r:..
Eight-room brick house; j
Inquire llvs First avenue. 1
' r - : rii.e
La. ley s. on E:gh-
I'OR KENT On third avenue, a house
suitable ior rooming r.otise. Incuire
at tr.e R-K-k Island Transfer company, !
large . -i ; i
one block from car line. Inquire lfcliai
for the Rubber
ioorf tiSRrr m?-
Y olh cr&cssr
OU COULD KVMCB
" A 0TUiB -OUT CP
WASTED MALE HE1F
WANTED Boy 16 years old to work In
preaa room; permanent position. Ask
for Mr. Journey, foreman Argus press
WANTED At once, six house to houre
salesmen; straight salary. $2 to $3 60
per day: pay three times a week:
work Is pleasant, as ail go along to- I
gether In one crew; we are traveling ;
south: transportation raid for men i
who make good. Call between
8 p. m. at 1801 Fourth avenue,
trance on Thirteenth street.
WANTED Good solicitors at Bartlett
Eros., ISIS Third avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at S09 Twenty-first street. Call
WANTED Toung men to sell goods on
Rock Island trains. Appiy John J.
Grer News Stand, Rock I.-iand dpot.
WANTED At once, plasterers; must be
eatable of doing cement pl-isterls.
Apply at Rock Island postotace build-
WANTED Four hov:?e to house Fnles
mn, straight salary and transpor
tation, 6 to 8 p. in. Apply lloiel
Harms, oom 18.
WANTED Deputies for a stronir fra
ternal order: best contract orTi-n-'l.
and big money to a rustler. Appiy
"I -puUes." care Ar,rus.
WANTED Solicitor; man ab'jut 40
years old: mi:st come well recom
mended from lant employer. A. W.
Newberry, ISlha Third avenue.
WANTED Laborers for construction
work; waKes $1 . vci for eight hours, i
-Apply to A. E. Horst. at Root t Van :
Dervoort Engineering copany. East : '
Moline, 111. !
WANTED Agents for our most fertile
Louisiana lands. producing three
crops yarlv und still cheap: firs', class :
iiltr,i i-.r,.i -L-nv i'.,, ,ii i
terms. Address Molard Lani com- j
pany, Auxandria, La.
WANTED Men to learn the beft t.usl-
nesa In the world the barber trade.
- i. . ... II" :... ,
i ijino:i. x : v. n?i i - u uji rii. 11 i lie
Moler Barber college.
WANTED Man to become our repre
sentative; position permanent; income
ever increasing: others making $10 to
$20 daily: Christmas season best start
ing time; experiince unnecessary.
Davis Toilet company. Dept. 151, 142C
t'arroil avenue. Cntcago, 111.
rED Able bodied men for the U.
larlue corp. between the ages ot
nd Av; must be native Lorn or ;
have first papers; monthly pay $15 to
$(; additional compensation possi
ble; food, clothing, u'.iarlers and med
ical attendance free; after 3'J years'
service can retire with 75 per cent o:
pay antl allowances; service on board
ship and ashore in ail parts of the
world. Apply at I". S. M:trine Corps
Recruiting offlce. Stale Bank build
ing. Ilork IslandL
WAMKIJ M..E o rSMALE,
WANTED Chicken pickers; sl.adyj
work; come it t on--e. , (. n- "reamciy
company. Oxford Junction, Iowa. !
WANTED Posit !u l.v ladv
prier: e jiht years' exprien
ca re A rfc us.
WANTED Position in store or restaur-!
ant. by boy 17 years old. with lair
education; strong, not airald of worn.
Aduress "Boy," 1517 Sixth avenue. I
FOR IllCVT HOOKS.
FOR RENT Four-room cottage at 7m6
Fourth street. It ; . re at Reduig
company, 1S12 Tiiiru avenue, or 15JJ
Ninth avenue, evening. !
iijt nr..i ai:x-rwm House; gas ar.
city water, at (Hi; Ninth street; rent
$14. Imjuire at H!e enWi street, or
ci.il old puor.e west Sojy.
FOR RENT Fine fcous. five rooms.
m.nt. etc.: exc.ll-t Hot water',' IrV
en t cri y -secoi.u
ff V4 n-r.inrw V . - 1 i i- n i
of ground, good well. isteri.. U.
am. at Hi IS Seventeenth street. ;
Inquire 11-03 Sevti.teent:-. street.
FOR RENT An a!:i:ort r.ew si ve.,-room
modern house, with ba.;n and hot t. a
ter. In first class cond.tion. 1 att 1 on
the bluff. Addrtss "A.." care Argis
FOR RENT Good nine-room house and
large tarn, on IS a. re 1.,:. u ,-ar
l::;e. E evi r:t;. and iirshur strtets. 1;,-
e,u.re ;,;'6 Twenty-eighth street.
r none west i . 44.
FOR RENT FLATS.
R ITNT Six -room
1 ' Sixth aTe.-.ae.
FOR RENT Six-room flat; gas
city water, at tj'- xiiiia street,
quire at 426 E.iMiilh u-.t, or
o d phone west tiv
FOR KK.XT UIHELLAMLOU
FOR RENT In Robinson building, well O
AlS"l-u o;:ie-. ii e on V e ni-c.e eS. 2U-
cludir-g elevator service, roomy vaults. (5
etc; one cnoic-e suite with large pri
vat vault. A; p.y room luu. p. ji. 15
Rnoada : O
FOR RENT Barn suitable for tem or
garage; gooa wtaiivr. Pi;o:;e lll.-K o
or call 1127 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A More, with ll vlr.g rooms
la rear. Call old phone west llH-jv
Ino-ir 1022 TweLtn avenue
SOMiY TO LOAS.
LOANS e lurniture. pianos, horses.
ajiii. tc quickly, privately, ai the ; p
wwti rates. ,un L'lii; lon.rai; ; je
tur.mo. rocm 411. 'eui :- a.'t:jt.' : X
new piion sio9; o.i
jor.e wt.t 1ZS.
THE ROCK ISEAND ARGUS. MONDAY,
- Edged Safety
WATTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Dining room girl at Rock
Island house cafe.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work at 2407 Eighth avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Apply 1524 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Competent woman to do
stwlng in my home. Phone west 8S7-L.
WANTED Good reliable girl to do gen
eral housework. Apply at 1S29 Fourth
WANTED Girl or woman to assist
with housework. Good wages and
steady position to right party. Phone
est 1Z20-K. or call at 1127 Second
WANTED Totmg lady, experienced as
ae.-lsiant bookkeeper, with local man
ufacturing concern. Address reply in
handwriting, giving references. Ad
dress "li. a..." care Argus.
WANTED Lady or young man for
plea.an4 employment until Christmas
or longer; salary 11.50 per day; ad
vancement;, state if employed. Ad-drc-Fs
"Energetic," care Argus.
WANTED Educated lady or man of
best addref-s. to travel extensively;
E.-iliry to start $50 per month, com
mission end expenses; state present
employment. Address "Special," care
WANTED At once, three lady solici
tors; straight salary. J1.50 to $2. 50
p r ilny; pay three times a week;
work pleasant, as all go along to
gether in one crew; easy seller. C11
between 1:20 and 5 p. rn. at 1301
Fourth avenue. Entrance on TUir
WANTED MISrKI.LA XEOIS
I WANTED Boarders In private family
at i.'H nvtniy-sicond street.
-Work by the day by reliable
Old phone west 694-Y.
Address "X. Y. Z.."
furnaces to fire,
n-Ari.-r r , rt , .
" ANTED Boarders and roomers;
home cooking; bo- Second avenue.
WANTED Sewing and all kinds of
dressmaking at 14'.5 Fourth avenue.
w . vrri) Tn.rH.r.
6 L ' ' t U
WANTED Dressmaking, also ladies
tailored skirts made. Mrs. C X. Ross,
1 Fif tii-and-a-half avenue. Phone
WANTED Boarders and roomers, in
iiN.ii. rn home, nt 21 Twentieth etreet.
oid ; hone west 742-X.
niyh. j ro",. ec "nt
t..., IU.,.S xchalJtftU
WANTED By gentleman, modern fur-
rally located; ret
Address "S. K.,'
"ED Pupils n
iii oriel ti'-rtiai
vio'in 'r,-H,,,u Uon !
111,11 i"'" street.
Plni e . N J 0. Experienced !
her organizing class.
lace curtaJna, .
WANTiii) To UulCvi
work promptly caiied fot and deiiv
ered. Mrs. Luella Titterlngton. 144 4 j
K J I . " L II 111 w I- fc- Vlll uuouo west I
i W. NT EI" After Jan. 1. tutor in Eng-
u:i. two evenings each WeeK. by
yoon;- i:idy v.jth two years' high
school education. Address "Tutor,"
WANTED Woman ot good education
aii 1 pleasing manner ior special work
oi a dignified character; profitable
iii.u permanent. Auurrsi "li. L P.,"
WANTED One or two gentlemen, to'
rent a large modern furnished room
in private ramily of two; centrally
h-caiid. one blok from car iiao.
"C. A.." care of Argus.
ABsruttrrs or title.
AL.riiRA.CTa of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate lu the county. Preempt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Ro-lc Jsiand Title & Abstract com
pany; J. J .Ingram, president; W. J.
fcwetney. stjjetary; 200-203. second
Coor. Peoples National bauk bunj-
Food for Thought
food for work food for both
1 rain and mnscltj that's the
kind we supply la our dellcloua
noiirishicg henie-made bread.
Tfce strength-building power
cf gocd wheat bread is won
derful. But tfce flour must 'be
carefully selected and the
bread rrorerJy baked so tbat
the nutritive elements are
easily a&oi dilated.
We are careful on these
Try some of our home-made
Penoefce, Peanut Candy ajid
JTlti-1718 Second Avenue
Old I'lione West 150.
Knife! Makes Eating a Pleasure
Eu. 'pm TO My own
TWHNTT-PWe - WWS
ICALB AVO UM
FOR SALE MIJCTILLATBOrS
FORALE All kinds of household
goods at 2401 Fifth-and-a-half ave
nue. FOR BALE Household furniture of
five-room f.at. at a bargain, at 2H V
FOR SALE Cheap, heating stove and
range. Call at 624 Twenty-second
street, or phone 694-L.
FOR SALE Cheap, a good Whitney
organ. Inquire at 1120 Eleventh av
enue. Old phone west 1846-Y.
FOR SALF Gold Coin strain of Buff
Orpingtons, old and young, at a dis
count. Inquire J. B. Joseph, Sears.
FOR SALE Home
and brass horn. Will sell
cheap. Call at 4091,
FOR SALE Small bay team, sound and
young, good for driving or delivery
team. A. W. Newberry. lblSH Third
FOR SALE $100 Columbia concert
graphaphoce, in good condition; large
horn and 230 records; for $46. Call at
925 Eleventh avenue.
FOR SALE Black driving horse, six
years old. city broke, weight LloO.
inquire at 1227 Fourteenth street.
Telephone West 106.
FOR SALE Fine and oak kindling and
furnace wood by Kahike Bro. Phone
west 9. $3.60 per load, delivered. Ho
orders delivered on hilL
FOR SALE Five-passenger Cadillac;
mad-j 7,500 miles; complete equipment,
electric lights, absorbers; first class
condition. P. O. Box 4. Rock Island,
FOR SALE Building, 1Sx12. two stor
ies, buiit last March: would make
good house. M. Thompson. Eleventh
and Brashar Btreets, Watch Tower
FOR SALE On account of illness, an
extra good paying boarding house,
with potatoes, fruit and canned goods
in the cellar for winter; 40 steady
boarders. Address "R. G.,' care this
FOR SALE $175 buys five rooms of
household furniture, with upright
piano, steel range, etc.; all good and
on easy payments; come and look at
lt Cut Rate Loan company, 3o4 Best
building. $175 buys it all.
ro it SALE CITY PROPEKTT
FOR SALE Five-room house, on Sev
enteenth and Aiken streets; price $1.
000 cafh. Apply L. F. Robinson, 1710
FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
fiat above, located at 2736 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 610 Twenty
eighth street, city.
FOR SALE Lots in Island View Heights
Mfld'tif.n- finest in the cltvt ask for
price and terms. C. S. McDanlel. COS
Hafetv huildinir. Rock I-ilancL
FOR SALE Six-room house. as5 lot
40x140 lee t, at lt?z 'X wenty-sixtn
street: three blocks from car line:
owner leaving city.
will sell cheap.
Inquire on properly.
FOR SALE Brand new two-room cot
tage, on fine corner lot In west end;
city water, street car; $'"0; install
ments. II. A. Weld. Office phone
west 970; residence, 1277-X.
FOR SALE- Seven-room modern house,
in Edgtwood park, two blocks from
Seventh avenue: at right price and
terms to suit. Phone 1775-K, or call
at Fourteenth street.
FOR SALE A nice building lot. con-
venlcnt to arstnal or Moline, and one
block from school house; one
block from Elm street car line; will
sell at cost If taken soon. Call 933
- Lots In South Heights.
Aiken street. between
Twelfth and Seventeen streets; on
easy terms; $u aown, baiance in five
year. E. W. Robinson. 1454 Rich
mond street. Ffione west 1165-K.
FOR SALE At 160S Fifteenth street,
east front facing Long View park,
even-room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace. $3,000; oue-fiaif caan.
easy terms for balance; rents for $2v
per month. F- K. RuoadA, 100 Rob
FOl SAIJi Lots cn SixtF and Seventh
strwru., between Fourteentb and Elgh-
tei.rth avenues; cement walKn; easy
wrKlng distance cf west end factor
ies; terms, (mill payment down, bal
ance oi your own terms. Inquire of
J . G. Echeuermao. 1700 Six in street.
JACKSON. HURST & S T AFFORD At
torney s -a t-iaw. Office In Rock Island
National bank building.
SEARLE A MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real eatate
security. Rooms 102 and 80S. Safety
building. Rock Island. HL
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business; corporation.
ij rotate ani real estate law; 311 Per,.
. pie's Rank bui.ding. Phcne west 345.
p ' WALKER. INGHAM A SWEENEY At
?J torneya and counselors ax law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms 200-
Zild. 1 t UliC IVMilUIIOJ UMUH DillJulLg.
MeENIRY & McENIRY Attomeys-at-i
law. Loan money on good security;
make collections. References. Mitch
el! & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
A. L RAY Attorney: practice in all
courts; money to lend on good real
estate security; advice to lad:es free I
every Thursday from 1 until & o'clock
p. m. Office 407 Safety bo-liding. Rock
Island. IIL Residence. 312 Flftn
street. Stocks of ail kinds bought and
LFVOlT W ATtobuy. seii, tradeor
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mall and Journal is
the only paper in MoLne that can do
it for you. Mall and Journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants bring results. Or.e-ri If cent
per wrrd U the price to all sutke.
cash 'n advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mail a&d
J carnal Molina. IIL
XOVErBER 20, 1911.
f OWE DOUUAI? EACH '.!
THB SINTPiCIWS 1EW,
".. .- VRBSS" AMD PULPtT
icitxess rr-AKO gents'
ant oip'eRiNe ' rr to
at Twff pfeice or
FOR SALE An SO-acre farm, near Sil
via: a bargain. Rcldy Bros.
FOR SALE 190 acres land; fine Im
provements; near Taylor Ridge; a
bargain. Reldy Broa.
IRRIGATED farms; finest section. Wy
oming; big yields alfalfa and grain;
Irrigation eliminates fear of drought;
coal, oil and minerals just develop
ing; magnificent scenery, fine climate.
Free description. Bex 46, Rlverton,
FOR SALE! r-overai improved farms In
Worth county, Iowa. These farms ?r
level, black soil; none more An
four miles from railroad. PrAes
ranging from $70 to $90 per acre.
These farms arc all bargains. Wil
liam Jennings. Rock Ialand house.
FOR SALE! Or exchange, desirable 80
acre unimproved farm In the dairy
belt of Wisconsin, three-fourths mile
to village, school, creamery, and rail
road station; will sell on easy terms
or exchange for small property In
trl-cltles. For particulars address
"B. 200," care Argus, or apply 2132
Ninth street, Rock Island.
LOST AWD FOPTO
FOUND Tuesday, Nov. 14. brlndle and
white dog, part bull. Phone west 857,
LOST On Second avenue or In a street
car. child's silver fox neckpiece. Re
ward for return to Argus
LOST During football game Saturday
afternoon, a gentleman's gold watca.
Reward if returned to Argus office.
LOST A gold cuff button, engraved
with four-leaf clover. Return to 816
Nineteenth street and receive reward.
LOST Scotch collie dog belonging to
John T. Stafford. 1043 Twenty-second
street. Old phone west 1124. Liberal
LOST Monday, Nov. 13, at 11 p. m.. a
lady's gold hunting case watch, with
monogram "C. K." Return to Argus
office for $5 reward.
Gentleman's gold watch; mono
gram "K. 1)." Knox vine roaa, Be
tween Milan and Sherrard. Return to
Argus office "or rewward.
LOST On Seventeenth street, between
Second and Third avenues, n linen bag
with initial "M." Finder keep mon
ey, and please return bag and other
contents to 4f5 Best building.
LOST A lady's hunting case gold
watch, between 745 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street and Third avenue and
Seventeenth street. Finder receive
reward for its return to above number
or this office.
THE Bankers' Life Association, Des
Moines, Iowa, furnishes protection at
actual cost. Offlce 219 Safety build
ing. Phone west 302. W. G. Xander,
PLEASENT F. COX Real Estate and
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 22. and
new 6172. Ofilce at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glass;
real eatate and loans. Second floor,
Safety building. Office phone west
996. Residence phone 726-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND TOU Executors, ad
ministrators', gaurdlans'. trustees' or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lodges and
society officers; city, slate or U. S.
government officials, contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleve
land, resident managers. Fidelity
Deposit company of Maryland.
GYPSY fortune telling; 1931 Fulton ave-
EGYPTIAN PALMIST Tells past, pres
ent and future; advice given on bus
iness and family affairs; tells all
about love affairs. Call and consult
with her. Hours from 10 a. m. till 9
p. rn.; 617 Harrison street, between
Fifth and Sixtn, Davenport.
goodwin corset haitloks.
lace, in all styles and qualities, from
$5 up. Expertly fitted at G. H.
URARRE, Ladies' Tailor and Dress
maker. Exclusive agents for tri
clties. Phone 75). Established 19')!
South Putnam building. Davenport,
Iowa. Send for booklets. Agents
wanted. See new models in show cast
FOR SALE OR RETT.
A modern six-room house. Interior
hardwood finish, cement basement, in
Five-room brick cottage, and one
frame house. Dearborn avenue. South
Five-room house. 8trayers Crossing.
Five-room house. Bears.
A. S. CJE&MEE
1813 Second Avenue,
or Old Phone 127-T.
CisV I T " without q fN&WC.77 i
By IMorris Miller
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DOU - AS? AMC
OUH AT A
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of Paid County.
To the January Term, A. D. 1912. In
George A. Lyon, trustee. In bankrupt
cy of the estate of Josiah I Robinson,
complainant, vs. Joslah L Robinson.
Ada Stone Robinson; Mutual Wheel
company, a corporation; Fred J. Kraft;
L. G. Willis, trustee in bankruptcy of
the estate of Roblnson-Mlller company,
a corporation; William E. Fry. trustee
In bankruptcy of the estate of the Rob
inson Manufacturing company, a cor
poration; Frank IL Keys. Cary R.
Crawford, and George M'.'Master. de
fendants. Bill for Relief. General No.
To the above nimed defendants, Cary
R. Crawford and Frank IL Keys:
Affidavit of non-residence of you. said
Cary R. Crawford and Frank H. Keys,
defendants as above, impleaded with
other defendants in the above entitled
cause, who are named above, having
been filed In said cause in the clerk's
office of the said circuit court of said
Rock Island county, notice Is hereby given
to you. said Cary R. Crawford and
Frank H. Keys, that the above named
complainant filed his amended and sup
plemental bill In said cause In said
court, on the chancery file thereof, on
the 6th day of November, 1911. in which
bill you are made co-defendants. That
thereupon a summons In chancery was
issued out of said court, in said cause,
again-st you. said Cary R. Craw ford and
f rank H. Keys, directed to the sheriff
of said Rock Island county, to execute,
returnable to the next January term,
1912. of said court, which will be hohVn
nt the court house la the city of Rock
Island, in said county, on the first Mon
day of January next. At which time
and place you and each of you will per
sonally appear and plead, answer or
demur to said bill.
Rock Island. 111.. Nov. 16. 1911.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of Said ('ourt.
Rowersock. Hall & Cook. Jackson,
Hurst .fc Stafford, solicitors for com
plainant. Kxeenlor'e Notice.
Estate of Maria J. Sutton, deceased.
The undersigned uving been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Maria J. Sutton. Into of
the county of Rock Island, Rtate of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will appear before the Hon. Benja
min Hell, Judge of the probate court of
liock Island county, at the probate
court room, in the city of Rock, Isinnd,
at the JanuHry term, on the first Mon
day In January next, at which time all
persons having claims against naid estate
are notified and requested to attend for
tiie purpose of having tie n.-imo ad
Justed. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make Immedi
ate pa ment to the undersigned.
Dated 11th (lav of November. A. D.
1911. MARTHA J SI'TTON.
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of Elizabeth Runge, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Elizabeth Runge, late- of the county of
Rock 'Island state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the probate court of Rock Island
county, at the probate court room, lu
the city of Rock Island, at tiie January
term, on the first Monday In January
next, at which time all persons having
claims against uald estate are notified
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
Dated 2itU day of October, A. D.
1901. C. F. RLNGE.
Notice of Final .Settlement.
Estate of Jacob llauck. deceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned. Central Trust & Savings
Rank, executor of the last will and
testament of Jacob iiauck, deceased.
J has this day filed Its final report and set-
tement tra sucn in me prouaie court or
Rock Island county, and hearing on said
report lifts been set for Nov. 28. 1911, at
0 o'cock a. m.. at which time persons
interested may appear and make objec
tions thereto, and if no objections are
filed, said report will be approved at that
time, and the undersigned will ask for
an order of distribution, and will also
ask to be discharged.
CENTRAL TRL'siT &. SAVINGS BANK.
Executor of the Last Will und Testa
ment of Jacob liau' k, d ceased.
Hugh E. Curys. attorney.
Bls-INK.SM OPI'OHTl'M l It.S.
WANTED A tw auiKli Inventors to
Join me in forming in aii company to
farm luO acres of best irrigated land
in lexas near San Antonio. Land will
produce $40u or more clear profit per
acre yeany. Owner will accept por
tion of tiie crops for half of purcuua.f
price of land. Excellent chance for
sate and profitable la vestment. Pol!
Information furnished. Addrena R T
huige. general uei.vtry, Kansas City.
MISS A. EINAP..SEN Grad iatd mas
seuse. 61S Thirty-ninth htrett. Ptiono
ii-L v, eat.
oun hairs on face and arms perma
rently removed wltn ona to Fix
needles; four to six hours' work la
one with MX needles. Ad lrexs Ml.i
A. M Kittnige. Flut 1, Arrfylo Fints.
lirady street, Davenport. Oil phone
HENI u a postal or telephone as soon
as your house is vacant: we have
hundreds of applicants for vaca it
bouses and wlii send them to yot
We do not charge anything for this
charge fcumm. rfleld . lii-llu East
Hecond street. Davenport.
MRS. L. A. LORING. visiting hair-j
dresser, facial and Kalp treatment, i
manicuring, ana cniropoy. 1'nor.e
ElPilEl A 9 I OK ACE.
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers. etc. Tents for rent. (4.
Roetisler A Co.. 209 Fliteefin slieet
All the cewa all tLa tliiie. The
sx i v lw mti , it p .
TRIO LODGE. NO. 67. A. P. & A. M
Meets In stated communication
the first Thursday of each
month at 7:80 v. m. Br order
of Carlton a. Taylor. W. M.; William
R. Tettlt. secretary.
CEclia IS. Eloiilsoa
(The Best is the Cheapest.)
FIR1& LIFE. LIGHTNLNO AND WINII
Office, 172a Third avenue. Rates
son able. '
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Regular freight and passenger serv
ice between Rock Island and Qulucy.
For MuMatla aad RurlloEtaa, lewa,
and Way Point.
Steamer Helen ll'alr leavea Rock la
land every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 4 p. m. Close connection ma
at Burlington for Keokuk, Iowa, and
(Juincy, 111. Round trip fares. Including
meals and berth, to Burilngton. $4; ti
Keokuk. $6 60; to Qulncy. $8.
Sunday Afternoon Trip to Muaeatlae
and It el urn.
Steamer Helen Blair leaves every Sun
day at 3 p. m. for Muscatine and re
turns at 10:30 p. m. Rouud trip 60
cents. Supper served on board the boat.
Fur rates und Information iipply tj
RALPH W. LAMuNT. Agent.
Dock, foot of Nineteenth street. Rock
Island. 111. Phones west 188 and west
HENRY GAETUJE Proprietor Chip-
Slanock nursery. Cut flowers and
esijjns of all kinds. City store, lnu
Second avenue. Teiccnun 1110.
The Same Old Issue.
He lind Just litiuictifA the momen
The pretty girl shook bcr liond
"No." phe replii-I. Then' .! blithely
added, "Hut )ve can always remain
He smiled bitterly as bo reached for
"IJoclprorHy without annexation!"
be muttered and stalked away. Cleve
land I'lala Healer.
f ONTItAt TOIIS AMJ IILII.UKItS.
- Contractor and Builder.
1454 lUcltiuoud htrext,
lt..tk Uland. 111.
I'bODe West litlA-K.
Job Volllh & C31
Manufacturers of Sash, Doors, minds
and Stairs. Interior finish of all klnda
Hardwood Veneer Flooring, and deal
tra In Ulasa $11 and III Eighteenth
At less than you can build thern for.
We havn a nice cottage In Houtti Rock
Island, about live ji-uih old; hits four
rooms mid big altl go-Mi well, lot 4 fx
i',l, Jll'i llnltu and ,:l:i,eK it $10 per
n "i.lli. A real yi.iip at $i,:;'"i.
A brand new eotiage. near Hraahur
strict, facd.g W ii' ii Tow j- car lin;
has fiw-e rooms and pantry, j-lnctil'!
JlgotH. fur ri;ii ir, v iod weil aofl cistern;
lot 1h 55xl(j. i iit' d i ji a q ii k aal'i,
2, 1 -(J.
HUBBARD & TOWN
405 Beat Building
Phone 333. Rock Island, 111.
MO.M1V IO f.OlX.
PEOPLE'S LOAN CO.
Money for winter rioe-ds; loans on
your salary; -loans on your plain note;
loatis on your furnlturu.
Remember us as the p'ace employes
on weekly r monthly salaries ran get
i money on your plain not. payments as
' Jow as $1 a week pas a ;.i Joun la
PEOPLES LOAN CO.
409 Lat e lildg , Davenport, Iowa.
Phone North 2574.
Fprrlal rates for this month.
$10.00 Pay back f .40 per wtek
i 120.00 Pay back t .ho per ws-c
140.00 fay back $ I .CO -r w It
50.00 Pay back $2.00 per week
Kvery trana.iction confidential.
You borrow bere without security.
The earne as your en.ployer
Honey At bts bank.
A call will eatihfy yo.
CITIZENS' LOAN CO
(ioom C, y.cK.i r.ie blk Phone Jvast
1187. ft. fc.-i tb Ave.. Uo!!m