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Argus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of It patron
In van-mi, parts of the city. The Argus
naa "mniimiM a system of branch of-
where subscriptions and want ad
vertlsing may be received and any In
formation left that may pertain to any
department of the paper, news or bust
US It la ft'io nknn.il tn have at each
of thee branch office every evening a
supply or copies or The Argue of ir,
uay. mn mat any subscriber wno may
have failed under any circumstances to
receive his paper, will be supplied free
The Argus' chain of branch office
Inc'udes the following:
J. J. Klpp's nutlon store, 450 Fifth
II. Z. Row pharmacy. 4111 Four
Rle' ru- store. Twenty-seventh
r-t. B-ven:li avenue.
l,'llemyer' drug store. Eleventh ave
Hi)'. Fifteenth kirrrt
eor.-e w. Milihouae. confectionery,
tot Fourth avenue.
Mr. London' notion store. Seventh
Street. Fourteenth avenue.
Helmbeck's pharmacy. 922 Third ave
nue Senger- grocery. 921 Eleventh
Rodert drug store. Thirtieth '.reel
nd Fifth avenue.
College pharmacy. (Seventh avenua
nd Thirty. eighth atreet.
Olson grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Btelner rlrug atore. corner Fifth ave
nue and Twentv-thlrd etreet.
FOR HKM linrR.
FOR RENT M'wlern nlne-room house.
inquire mil Third svenue.
J'R RI-.NT tir sale, Mx-room cottage
Inquire 1701 Thirtieth street.
FOR RKNT Hlx-rom modern hoiiBe.
Inquire Ii32 Twenty-flfht street.
FOR RKNT Five-room modern c..;
tage. Inquire (J27 Seventeenth ctreit.
rieifn t i.'t tllgc.
Nlrelv furnlMhed f .ur- i
Inquire 21ul '1 hird av. ;
niiMlern. SI ret.
For RKNT Modern seven
t 123S Twelfth street.
nmm house t
Inquire T.I2 .
Foil RKNT Four-room h"U. partly
in. It rn. li'.14 Fifteenth street, oppo
site n view park. Inquire lti"2
i n lei nth street.
FOR KENT Two housea of eltrbt rooms
'ii. Ii. rri'iilerri in every respect, phine
west ifcM. or In.julra at 2831 Fif'.h
iind a-half avenue.
FOR RENT Seven-room house, with
all tniiilerii tun ven lenees ; cement wnlk
nod cellar; ut 123" Twelfth street.
Inquire 22u0 Mlxth avenue.
For RENT Four room cottage, with!
Ka and city water, at 2711 KIk iUi-i
nnd-a-balf avenue. lqiulre nt 2n.;y
?-evitiih avenue, or plume .r.h7-X.
FOR RENT Seven-room modern house, I
140; in r children; furnishei or unfur
nished. i. II. Jordan. 1 .i Forty-i
fourth street. I'hone west 2-l,.
FOR RENT New. completely
seven-room bouse at 1210
street; rents now for 2a; will rent
now for t20. Inquire 1230 Twelftii
FOR RKNT Eight-room house: all
modern; corner Fourteenth-and-a-half
street and Sixteenth avenue Ask
B'srdsley & Hailey. 217 Eighteenth
Ft 'H or A. U. Shaw. 145J Fifteenth
FOR HEW FLATS.
FOR RENT Modern steam heated flats;
1. 14 Twenty-seventh street. Inquire
FOR I'.ENT Flats of five rooms: all
modern; 18 per month; at 1326 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue. Mrs. C. L. Walk
er. Phone west 868-V.
FOR RENT Modern six-room apart
ment in Payne Fiat, second floor;
Janitor service. nqulre at Flat No
1, or phone west 7bl-K.
FOR RK'MT MISC'EI.LASEOl S.
FOR RENT Oood
barn; phone west
IN SIR ANTE.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
tire companies represented. Your pa
tronage solicited. 1'hones west ii.
and nsw $172. Office at courthouse.
WE WILL BOND TOf Executors . ad
ministrators', guaidians'. trustees'
or any Wind of Judicial bunds: lodges
and society officers; city. tate or r.
B government officials: contractors,
positions of trust; In fact, any kind
of bond you want (except ball bond;.
Terms reasonable. Hayes A Cieave
land. resident managers. Fidelity A
Deposit company of Maryland.
IF YOL WANT to buy. sell, trad or
rent anything, engage help or recur
a situation, th Mali and Journal i
the only paper In .Molln that can do
are popular, and Mall and Journal
ar popular, and Mlal and Journal
want bring results. One-half cent
per word Is th price to all ai'.Re.
cash In advanre; two-rent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mall and
Journal, Moilne. 111.
High land; dry; no fill
in?; no grading.
Cood street car service.
fas cr Paymenls
C. S. McDaniel,
502 Safety Building.
Ask for plans of COO
IN6VE WEST ,
FOR HEXT ROOMS.
FOP. RENT Furnished rooms for light
hou'ekeeping at 207 Third street.
FOR RE.VT Furnished front room,
modern, at S33 Nineteenth! street.
FOR KF.X7 Furnished room for light
housekeeping at 217 Sixteenth atreet.
FOR RENT Modern steam heated fur
nished room at 1527 Second avenue.
RENT Two or three light house-
epmg rooms; 14221 Third avenue.
F' It RT-NT Nicely furnished room; 601
Tw my-fourtii street. Phone 1443-L
FOR KENT Furnsh'-d Kumi for light
hou-t keeping at 527 Twentieth stre. t.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms at iZl Fourteenlh-and-a-haif
FOR i:i;.T Modern furnished room- at
1127 Secmiil avenue. I'hone No. V.
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
modern conveniences, aii Fifteenth
RENT Modern furr.is! ed mom
Ilk. i t housekeeping ul 111' Sec
ond av en te.
i'IiH RENT Furnished fn.r.t r..o-n: htat.
light and batn. inquire e37 Twenty
FOR RENT Mod'
oi.d av u ue.
rn furnished room,
1iii1l.hu lZ3v Sec-
F.R I'.ENT Two niodrn fur;n;n
i'm for light housekeeping. iCiv
RENT Modern furnished room j
2 l-'i irl. ci tli and a Iiu't street.
.1 ! i
Y.V' lufKt titioi r:i
.nig i.i!.. fur .iijl.t h'liivtii'
Toil RKNT Furnished Trent room.
n.'fuVri. e.inveiiiericeK. .iivate lai.iiiv.
at 112 t-coiid avenue.
FOR RENT Modern lurnlsl-.cd room
w.lli bnard; suitable lor two gentle
men; at 4318 Ninui avenue.
FOR RKNT Ni. ely . lurnisiied room.1
with ail modern ctmvetiieiices; pi'ivale
22jo bixlli avenue.
Foit RENT Two furnished rooms for
light liuusckei pii'K. '-'-i Kfound floor
Inquire al 150b 1- ourtu .ivenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
suilabie lor iirlil lio i-ekei ping, al
lll.i I'.urteelilii-.il.d-a-.lail Slreel.
r. ir.S loi' ilf,..l ii.
1 nl ' -ill Jl sil'eel ,
. e pi ni; at
. ue i'I p.c'lie.
ruo:n. witii ali
n privaie :.n:i
;.il cel. 1 ii'-Mie
-Fur nishi il
1 o .
furiiished front '
Inquire 72'J :
iine-lialf block i
l.Se i.l pholl.
11. "til c
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms,
for lig.'il housekeeinng. with bum
and gas . Inquire 2T:is Seventh ave- j
nui... j'n-.-ne west :",7-N. .
FOR RENT Two modern
rooms for 11k lit l.ousi ki
walking distance 1 f.oiie
or rail 127 Twenty -second
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, furnace beat, electric ligut,
use of phmie and bath, at 74S Fif
teenth street, i'hone west 11S7-L.
FOR RENT A lai r.
In 1. 1 .-, In-;: lit i : u.ly f'.n
oak. ' i i'I rufc:. it." .
one I I' l V'o gi lit ietllcTl.
large room witn
r.i-,.iii..ikc. m km t.il. i. for'
co.Ji'Je ol' two
gentlemen, with board. I
oevtlilctnth HieCl. Phone
i FOR RENT A tilcely furnished front
! room In a inouern uurne. suitable for
one or two gentlemen; bieakiast and
supper if desired; references requir
ed. 1003 Second avenue.
tcrneys-at-iaw. Oiliee in Rock Island
National bank building.
KEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on god real estate
security. Rooms. Su2 and 303 Safety
building. Rock Island, ill.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
geneial Isw business; corporation,
probate and real vstale law; 311 Peo
ple's bauk building. I'hone west 149.
WALKER. INGRAM & SWEENEY At
torneya arid counkeior at iaw. Money
to loan on real estate. Room 2oo
lo3, Peopie s National bank building.
M EN1RY A M ENTRY Attorneys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. Reference. Mitch
ell t Lynde, banker, office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
CARDS OF THANKS-
I DESIRE to thank neighbors and
friends and the Eagles camp !56. for
kindnesses rendered during my recent I
bereavement. 1 also desire to thank
Rev. F. J. Rolf, and all tnoe who aent
flower. Mr. Mary Seidel.
THE sister and brother of the late
Mrs. Anna Maria Kilter desire to ex-
-.d friend tor kindnesse ren
dered during their recent bereave- j
ment They also wish to expres their
appreciation iw Liie u.aaiy ueauiuui
CoNKET'S Salt-em will rid your
stock of worms; work off disease and
make every animal productive: your
n.or.ev back if It d.-csn t; come In i
a-.d get a trial pall. Owstonna Flour I
and Feed cornier. y. 2. '10 Thlrdavenue. j
SWEDISH MOVEMENT. j
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Mis A. Eln- i
aruu, graduated Swedir n nywsciie. ,
gives treatment In private homes. ,
I'hone west Mi-L Address 618 Tbir- !
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard aecour.l
atid claim collected. William M.
Walker, lawyer. Zll Peoples Bank
HENRY GA KTHJK Proprietor 'hip-pi.i:iic.-k
nur-er... c -.1 flow rs a' -i
I tlvs;.s ,f a.ii -unds. CI'-v siore, 16';7
Second avenue. Poor. lllo.
m in modern :
Mini ill dark !
THE HOCK ISLAND AllGUS. FKIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1913.
1 WHRT 1 I 1 ( NO ( WHRTlDONT-YOU OSUEVS ftf I ' I NO , 1
j L N5VER ? J ' siR-'J tCSS PlN5 THE SRgafTTHg siR ' j vjL
WAXTED MALE HELP,
Rock IsUnd Mfg.
WANTED Young man to drive deliv
ery wagon at H. Tremann's Sons'.
WANTED Clardener; applv to H. An
drew, Soutn Rock Island. Phone
WANTED Rig. husky laborers, at
once. Republic run & Steel com
pany, Second street, Moline.
WANTED A 1 coupon solicitors; big
money, steady work, no pictures.
Foster & Reding, 1523 Second ave
WANTED A KO' d specialty salesman:
muift have (nine capital; big money
fi.r hiiBtler. Cull on Dan Fiynn, 207
WANTED I want you to learn the bar-
hvr trade; anutner rush for barbers
this Reason; best trade In existence
today; jcood money; light work; stu
durits given half the receipts in fin
ishing department; write. Moler
Iiarber college. Chicago, IlL i v
WASTE Experienced foreman for
small fact -;; must understand ut
tmic and al! branches of the b isiness,
anil be capable of handling factory
with 75 nr.'"'" ti '.s; pil le.ii's 111 be
treated strictly .;rle.uinl. A!dress
(vera II latory, 612 S. .'ar..il street,
WAMEll FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A ruuk at-llOU Second ave-
WANTED Waitresses at
caie. J0?.4 Fil'-li avenue.
WANTED oir! ;
work. Apply 21
WANTED -- SI.-, v
da general hoiise
s Third avenue
. -ve imn-r; apply -City
4 17 Seventeentn street.
WANTED Killable. experienced girl to
Uo gen. ral :.o j.-'ewoi a. Apply at 613
'i .it -! mi .i t-treel
2 -22 i- 1. Ill
competent t?irl to
.v.nk. Inquire at
I'f.oiie west 41'5.
WANT Mil 'MiSt 1J.I.AM-.OIS.
Koui.ict s and
nd avenue; ail
WANTED Job, teaming, by experi
enced man. Willi team; not afrfaid of
work. I'liune west mob.
WANTED An elght-rooin modern
house to sell or trade for smaller
nou.-e. 1m; uire at i25 'i'hlrly-ul Ih
I wo lu
I lie li' i.
To bay. marine engine from
lo ji -norS'-' j;oer; must be
AO.; s llux j, iloutpolier.
i o w .
stove-; rtiii i.
o buy, furniture and
. . the liiKhesi price for
fe.ud. Cail Kniff &
I'liune east 751.
WANTtiJ To borrow 11.000, 11,500.
$2,500, $5,000 and $7,500 on good real
eslaie. Scud particulars as to which
amount you have to loan, rale of in-
ten si expected end length of lime
yoi: pri f r ij li-ati out your money.
Address "L. (i.s 2.4, care Argus.
i 1 1 14 1 v e
WANTED By young man, office posi
tion; can d bookkeeping and type
writing, references tarnished. Ad
dress "K. ;.o," care Argus.
MENTS given in your home, private.
by expert adjuster. Address p. O.
4 35, Roi k Isiand.
AllKTRtt'TS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared
tinued to date covering ai.y
tate In the county. Prompt
rates. curate service cl reasouaiil
Isiand Title & Ab-tra t
any; J. J. Ingram, president;
weetiey, secretary; 21-0-2.2 second
floor. People's National bank build
ing. Ruck Island.
CONTRACTORS AND BIIIDERS.
Manufacturers of Sash, Donrs, Blinds
and Stairs. Interior finish of all kinds.
Hardwood Veneer Flooring and deal
ers in Giass. 311 and 323 Eighteenth
The Bread that is always uni
form always best always to
be depended on never unsatis
Many of our best and most sat
isfied customers spent months
in trying to make better bread
than we make, but they always
found ours tte
Phone us today while you have
it in mind we will do the rest.
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Phore West 1S6.
" xpos,ir.;. ------- -- ---- '-- - -
i'lione 11.23. CHIROPRACTIC.
FOR SALE: CITV PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Seven-room house, all mod
ern, on Seventeenth street. Inquire
FOR SALE New modern s'x-room
house at 1413 Forty-first street;
cheap If taken at once.
FOR SALE Eight-room modern house
at 9.'2 Twenty-second street; corner
tot. 62 H T150; on easy terms, isquire
on premises. .
FOR SALE Good built eight-room
hooisc; city water, gas and sewer; cor
ner iot, (2x150; 1601 Thlrty-P.f th
street. Rock Island. 111.
FOR SALE Fine building lot 60x130
feet, on Fifteenth street, between
Eleventh and Twelfth avenues, in
quire at 1113 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE Good buMdlng lot In Lin
coln court; facing Seventeenth street;
120 feet dep. 45 feet front, 62 Vj feet
middle. 7 feet rear. thoue West
FOR SALE Lots la (Scheuermann's fl'tn
addition, SeveT.il street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments IS per month.
Call 1700 blxth street. Old puons
FOR SALE -Cheap, seven-room house;
nao cot .water i:eat. modern in every
rtNpeet; ctuiem walk; corner lot;
owner n.n-resideut. ii. A, Lupiuw,
FOR SALE Pretty and modern bunga
low. In line beauty, with splendid
view ui arsenal and MiSMrfsippi, an
unbelievable bargain; Investigate. Ad-
. urcsa ' JL jntfalow," euro Artf us.
FOR SALE bevcn-rooia house, with
I acres or ground, with -well tmi
cistern: io.-..t-d one bloei from car
jlre; v.ill nerifc if Rulu teforeSepL
U. Address b. G. M " care Aru.
FOR SALE Eight-room house, thor
oughly modem, electric iiii'n a:id as,
hard oak Ilour in every room; yod
lot at a bargain; terms. I'hone
west 121'j-Y. C. T. Niiaeii, 1015 Sec
FOR SALS Cheap, a five-room hous.
wltr furnact. light, and sewer;
larjra lot. cerjent waiKs; one block
from Long V;w paric; a paying in
vestment; o.iner no-n-real.Aent. Ad
lietjs -jj. M. 50." care Argus.
I ('Oil 5 ALU Lota to youth Heights.
I noirb of Aiken street, between
Twelfth ani Seventeenth streetu; on
i easy teruio: $25 down, balance in hv
I ears. E. V. Robinson, 1454 lilch-
nioi:d street Phore west llCi-K.
j LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Lady's open-faced jrold watcli.
an. I pin; initial "K" nn pin ami "S ' on
watch. Liberal reward lor return to
The Argus otlice.
LOST In Davenport or Rock Island,
an oval goid brooch with small cameo
set. Finder will receive liberal re
ward for its return to Argus olflce.
LOST Between Second and Third ave
nues, on Fourteenth street, a lady's
go),! watch. Reward lor return to
14"1 T'.:r1 avenue. I'htrne west 2;t,
FOt'ND Money, on Fifth avenuo near
Tweiity-tlflh street, own. r tintvfhave
same by paying for this ml and prov
ing ownership, at Tri-i'ity iiailwav
cor-i any barns. Thlrty-lil'th street
and Fifth avenue.
PENNANTS, BUTTON'S, PI. EATINGS.
DAVENPORT PLEATI.W. BUTTON 4
NOVELTY CO. i'hone 73'!; 230 8a
Putnam bi.sidins. Daveupnt. Iowa
Feit pen;. ants. Hags, monograms, pil
low covtrs. etc.; accordeon md knife
pit atings. from 2c yard and up. Button
covered in plain and colored ivory
rims, I rum loc aosen up. Dress forma
bun. nag. Pnant) .
Estate of Oscar Seidel, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
I Oscar Seidel, late of the county of Rock
iBiano. Mdie oi iiuni.-is, aeceaserj, here
by gives notice that she will appear
before the probate court of Rock Is
land county, at the probate court room,
in trie city of Rock Island, at the March
term, on the first Monday In March
next, at which time ail riersnnw huvin..
I claims against said estate are notified
I ui. . 4 lie:., el VUCIIU IUI Hie pUTJIOSe
lot having the same adjusted. All per
! Sor.s Indebted to said estate are re
i ij 'tested to make immediate payment to
Dated 27th day of Dce7nher. A D
;; . . M.inrk'-r. attorney.
Notice ut I iu.il Settlement.
Estate of ..layer Rossenfield. Deceased.
Public j: ,t.i . : hereby given that the
under-d-riii :. t 1 .in. it. Siiberman and
Joseph ii. I: l- ...u Id. Vxecutors of the
last v.'.Ii a:.d u: i.uuit of Mayer Rosen
field, deceased, nave this day filed their
final report and settlement as such in
the probate cuurt of Rock Island coun
ty, and hearing on said report has been
set for Jan. 9. 1913, ut 9 o'clock a m., at
which time persons interested may ap
pear and make objections thereto, and
if no objections are tiled, said report
will be approved at that time, and the
undersigned wiii ask for an order of
distribution, and will also ask to be dis
charged. Rock Island. 111.. Dec. 17. 1912.
CLARA R. SILBEP.MAN,
JOSEPH M. ROSKNFIELD.
; Executors of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Mayer Rosenf.eld, deceased.
; Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of Rock Island
cojnty. lil. Mav term. 1S12 In n.
ta ?h mer.t. Demand. IC S.i
i Vuiks-Zeitung Publishing compary vs
Lrroy J. Wolfe and Chart L. P.nley.
N iia e Is hereby j.iven tn yua. the
said I... roy J. Wolfe and diaries
Bailey, tr.at a writ of Btt.icdment has
Ib.ea sje.i out (,f the cffjee of tiie clerk
of the circuit cleric tf aid county if
! R '! k Is'anJ. at the suit trT :.-.'- "said
I oias-.i i. ur.g -ubii..r.i::g con:o..nv. a:.d
'' Vol. th. .
harlea I u-:
cne-h uiidn 1
, roy J. V.'el
ty -sev.-n a
:ff of said
inty to exe-eMte.
. utiles you, the n;,n Lerov J.
! Wolf- at d Cnars L. Rail -. -i.r,i! per
sonally he and ar,f.c-i7 beiort- te rtr-
;cu,t c.ijrt of sai . county, o.i t;.e j'.r.-t
! day of tne next terra thereof, to he
f.olderi at Rock Island, in said countv.
ion the f. ret Mor.d..v in the -r...r.:.". ''
May t ext. Ktve sie -lal ball ar.d p.rad t
t said ac.ion. judgment will be
n rwr ou in i.vnr or tne s
fl'tiff. ar.d ti.e property attached s'-i.i t
A R'. k ls"lr..i. li"i.. J: n. i. l
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Drawn by TM. IMyer
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE Nine and a half acres land,
one mile southwest of Milan. W. R.
Gingles, 615 Twenty-second street.
FOR SALE 200-acre farm, three miles
west of Milan: one of the best farms
In Roc It Island county. See Reidy
Bros, for particulars.
FOR SALE 160 acres North Dakota
grain farm, to exchange for city prop
erty. Address W. A. Wllllts. New
Boston. 111. " R. F. D. B.
FOR SALE A splendid grain and
stock farm; S44 acres, priced at $60
per acre: will exchange for merchan
dise or livery. W. A. Deitiker, 202
Water street, Milan, 111.
FOR SALE 640 acres improved farm,
st Elbow. Saskatchewan. - western
Canada; 600 acres broke; buildings,
well, pastured; easy terms. Dr. A. C
Hammett, 4200 Irving Park boule
WILLOW RIVER. B. C. Main line O.
T P., and 1 & 11. B. Rys; entrsnce
great Peace River country. Write
Pac. Land Townsites Co., Ltd., 1G1
Pao. Bidtr.. Vancouver, B. C. for maps,
plats, printed matter. Agents wanted.
FOR SALE Houses, lots. Fins five'
acre suburban property, twelve-room
brick house. JC.OOO. Five room cot
tape, three-fourths acre land, tl.000.
Five room cottage. three-fourths
acre land, $300. Terms on part If
wanted. Bargains. C. 1L Dibbern &
Son, Milan, 111.
FOR SALE Eight-acre farm, with
eipht-roor.i house, big barn. shed, ice
house, two wells, good cellars under
hours, COO geape plants, 80 fruit trees;
good place for chicken raising; one
half "mile south of Eighteenth avenue
on Twent v-seventh street, inquire at
1601 T'hirty-afth street. Rock Island.
FOR S A LI" MISCELLANEOVS.
FOR SALE Wood work machine; ln
quire Murrin's livery.
FOR SALE Fifty loads of stove wood.
Inquire 241S Ninth street
FOR SALE Furniture or rive rooms:
your own prioe if taken at once; 807
FOR SALE A good horse; Inquire at
. Rartli tt Bros., corner Sixth avenue and
FOR SALE Or rent, restaurant, seat
ing capacity 50, doing a fair business,
1Co2 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Three delivery horses, one
pony, three sets double harness, wag
ons. Call 4ol Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE riieap rooming house In
(rood locality, doing good business
Inquire lf.ofi'i Second avenue, city.
FOR SALE Extra fine strained honey.
In 5, 10 and 60 pound cans; SOU Forty
second street. Phone west 753-X.
FOR SALE Leaving town: all my lum
ber, doors, moulding, flooring, etc.;
R15 Forty-fourth street. Phone SS2-L
FOR SALE -wagon
- A large size (manure)
in good condition. Inquire
street. Phone old west
FOR SALE Typewriter, Pensmtire, In
p-iicd shape, $S. O. It. Jordan, 815
Fori v-fourth street. Phone west
FOR SALE Two mated pens of thor
oughbred Barred Plymouth Rocks at
:.i:i Thirtieth street. Phone west
E Reliable electric plnno,
oak sMtees, ilresser and com
ai 21o9 Third avenue. Phone
FOR SALE A double barreled 12-gauge
breech loading hammerless shotgun.
Inquire alter 6 p. m. at 417 Fourth
FOR SALE Two Scotch fox terriers,
eij-'lit months old. good rat dogs, with
pedigree. Inquire at Rock Island ar
FOR SALE A Moore air-tight heater,
tn fine condition; price $10. Phone
west 1671-L. F. W. Fossell, 732 Thirty-fifth
FOR SALE A range, with hot water
back, gas stove and other household
goods ; reasonable. Call west 1727-X,
or inquire 2416 Eighth avenue.
SALE A grocerv store, doing a
gi d casn Dusinesa. in good locality;
party leaving city. Address C. Jobna
general delivery. Rock Island.
FOR SALE One leather upholstered,
convertible to bed, davenport; one
three-piece mahogany parlor set. J.
L. oak leaf, Stale bank building. Mo
unt. FOR SALE Cigar store and pool room
on busy corner. Monthly profits,
$25o, guaranteed. A bargain, $3,000
casii. Address Cigar Stand, care Ar
gus. GASOLINE TANKS AND PIMPS.
BOWSER underground outfits from $20
and up i aoo.uuo in usej. F. M. King,
agent, 1511 Vs Third avenue. Rock Is
land. Ill I'hone west 2uSl. N. B.
Bury your gasoline; It's safer.
SUPERFLUOUS hair and- molds on face
and arms permanently removed with
one to six needles. Address Miss A. it.
Fllttiedge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats. Brady
street, Davenport. Old phone $136.
One and three-quarters acres of
ground arid a nine-room bouse on
Ninth ttreet, South Rock Isiand;
if tat a at once. 43,iu0. A snap
for sciiae live wire.
An elegant seven-room ho iseon
Third avenue. Jl-iiine: lot 6 'Xl5o
f- et. A rare bargain at $3,0o0.
Twenty sere of land, one mile
north Davenport on Eastern
avenue: eiesjant for gardening
Two quarter sections of land in
Ward cour.uty. North D-ikr.--.-i,
r.'.-wf fctatiiey, at $10 p r acre.
All f f these item will b'-.?r in
esiisation and prove a so ;rce of
rorit to buyers. For further iii
,rrnati in, see owner,
A. G. CRAMER
IH13 Serosd Ate.
, Rock Inl-nil. JJ
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J lodge No. 67.
held on the :
arT each month.
fy on the E. A.
STATED MEETING OF TRIO
F. A. iL. is
first Thursday of
Special for work
Jan. , at 7:S0 p. m. Visiting breth
ren are cordially Invited. By order
of L B Hemenway, W. 1L; W. B.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Edmund Murphy, deceased.
Public, notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, Elizabeth C7 Schmltt, ad
ministratrix of the estate of Edmund
Mruphy, deceased, has this day tiled her
final report and settlement as such, in
the probate court of Rook Island coun
ty, and hearing on said report has been
Bet for Feb. i. 1913, at 9 o'clock a. rn..
at which time persons Interested may
appear and make objections tnereto,
and if no objections are filed, said re
port will be approved at that time, and
the undersigned will ask for on order
of distribution, and will also ask to be
Rick Island. 111.. Jan. 9. 1933.
ELIZAJJETH C. SCHMITT.
Administratrix of the Estate of Ed
mund Murphy, deceased.
Estate of Eva Farina Jahn, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executors of the last will and
testament of Eva Reglna Jahn. late of
the county of Rock Isiand, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby give notice that
they will appear before the Hon. Ben
jamin Bell. Judge of the probate court
of Rock Island county, at the probate
court room '.a the city of Rock Island, at
the March term, on the first Monday in
March next, at which time all persons
having claims acainst said estate are
notitied and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this feth day of January, A. D.
PAVL A. JAHN,
Schrlver Sc Schrlver Attorneys-at-law.
MADAM SOREKAA Fifty years- ex
perience; Just arrived; advice given
In business, love and family affairs;
half prices during holidays; satisfac
tion guaranteed; three test questions
answered froe; private parlors; 419
west Third street, Davenport, Iowa.
They Are Added to Persons' Name.
Instead of Being Prefixed.
Turkish, mimes itnd titles are some
times confusing to the ordinary reader,
and this explanation from the Turkish
embassy at Washington may be of in
terest. In the first place, our Ameri
can prefixes "Mr." or "(Jeneral" be
come Hufflxes in Turkish. The mayor
of a Turkish city adds to his name Bo
ledie Raisii. Therefore it would not be
Mayor John Smith, but Smith Boledia
A caliph Is a prince of the rtyal
line and "Mohammed's representative,"
ranking next to the sultan himself in
Importance. Tbe next title of impor
tance is sheik ul Islam, or head of the
Mohnnimedan faith. Imam is tbe title
by which a priest is originally ad
l'HKha Is the highest title within the
gift of the sultan. It is conferred chief
ly on men who achieve distinction in
arts and letters or In commerce and Is
more or less common among the great
merchants of Turkey or those who un
der the old regime bad a band In tbe
collection of taxes. The word "bey"
attached to tbe name of a person indi
cates that the bearer is distinguished
fof service of the country. The term
"effendi" indicates that the man so ad
dressed is higher la birth, breeding cr
education than the man speaking and
is a variable title, depending on tbe
rank of those currying on a conversa
tion. The grand vizier, or sadorazam. Is
the? premier of the cabinet and Is the
highest of government civil officials.
The governor of a province is known
as vali. This term is added to the
name instead of being prefixed. Indi
Charm of the Mucic of Their Voices to
Their Little Ones.
They came to me in a dream those
singing mothers. A long, slow pro
cession of shadowy forms, beautiful as
rainbows and ns wonderful, singing a
strange haunting melody full of mys
tery. IT rut cnii.e troops of girl moth
ers, clasping their little babes with a
tenderness that was half fear aud
with wide, inquiring eyes filled with
holy li'.'ht n ud the con.-Mioushess of the
deepest realization of '.ife. Then came i
strong mothers of yo.uh, leading hap
py fp.eed children anil confident with
a sense of power, buoyant with hope i
and ra'liaiit ivirli promise. I-nt of all j
came silver mothers of men. leaning
on their stalwart pons and. though
bowed with yean, yt gloriously
young in spirit, hallowed by memories
andgiowing -fi'h the victory of
achievement. And I. a mother, watch
ing these pass by anrl listening to their
haunting .music, felt a never before
the divine significance of motherhood
and all the hidden meanings iu tbe
All this i- niuic in a marvelous
mood. Iitit there is r.o tiidslc on earth
more appeafimr or more far reaching
th:m the vol.-e of a mi.: her slniring to
her iittie ones. No audience ever lis-
S Dectcs.'!! i
tened with keener rapture to any
prima donua than that little group
gathered In the twilight hoar at a
mother's knee. It Is her dearest Joy
at that time to put Into music ail the
sacredness of motherhood and the hap
piness of childhood, to (each and to
charm and to tnne the hearts of her
children. Anne P. L. Field la Crafts-
It Is told ns that two old schoolmates
met recently. It had been fifteen years
since their last meeting, but the recog-'
nition was mutual. One was sleek,
well fed, well shaven, well dressed.
The other was rather thin, rather
"Well, well." exclaimed the prosper
ous one; "what are you doing now?"
. "I am an actor."
"Indeed? Well. I'm a banker. And
yon are on the stage? Dear me! It's
been ten years since I was In a thea
ter." "You're got nothing on me. Ifs been
lotippr than that since I was in a
Then they parted, each thinking a bit
less of the other than he had thought
before the meeting. Cleveland , Plain
Solans In an Uproar. .
Some years ago the Spanish cabinet'
decided to take legal proceedings'
against certain members of Parliament i
who were suspected of misusing pub-j
lie money. The opposition resolved
at all costs to prevent this,' and for
forty hours on end they kept up a most
amazing uproar. They cheered and
shouted, and sang litanies In chorus.
The effect of the latter performance
was extraordinary. One deputy would .
loudly " intone a verse, all bis friends
chanted the response, and so they went'
on for nearly two days and nights tin-!
til a truce was proclaimed. Pearson's-'
Mudge This watch has been stopped'
for two or three. days. Jeweler Le na
me see it. There is nothing tbe matter
with it except that it has not been1
wound. Mudge I thought maybe that
was it. 1 rememDer you tola me to
wind It up just before I went to bed,
and I haven't been to bed for three.!
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It you will take Chamberlain's Cough
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