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TIIK ROCK ISLAND AilGUa. xi;
Drawn by 'M. Myer
Argus Branch Officci
I''r the accommodation of Its patrons
In various i,-n of the city. The Arsus
i.as established a hvstem of branch of- j
Lees, 'htr -nhsciiptions and want ad- ,
Venning may be received and ey in
formation left that may pertain t. anv ,
department of ti.. paper, news or b'lal- .
ness It la also planned to have at fach
of lhne branch offices every evening a
supply cf copies of The Arajiis of the !
tiay, ao that any subscriber who may
liavfl fnlleii under any circumstances to (
receive his paper, will be supplied free j
of charge. I
The Arsrus' chain of branch nffloes '
inc ude the followlne;:
J. J. Klpp'a notion store, 450 Fifth
H. . Rowe'e pnanntcr, 411 Four
Rlesa' drus; store. Twenty-seventh
street. 8ventn evenoe.
LTlemeyer's drug- "tore. Eleventh ave
nue. Flrteenth street.
eorte W. MHIIioum, oonfeetlonery.
(0 Fourth avenue.
Mrs. London's notion store. Seventh
Street. Fourteenth avenue.
Helrnbeck'e pharmacy. ?3 Third ave
nue Hera-el's grocery. Its Eleventh
Rodert drus: atore. Thirtieth street
and Fifth avenue.
Collepre pharmarv, Beventh avenue
and Thirty-eighth street.
Olson arroccry. Thirteenth avenue and
Rtelner f.rua- atore corner Fifth ave
Mie rind Twertv-thlrd street
FOR RENT Six-room house
month. f'horin west 222.
at $10 per ;
FOR RENT Hvm-rwira
modern. Inquire at
FOR RENT Modern seven room house
at 12JH Twerth street. Inquire 732 1
r irteenlh street.
I'OR RENT T":ee. room l.ouse. not rool
rn. ut 2. '. 4 E n'.ie. nth avenue. In
iliilre r.,13 Twelfth street. ,
FOR RENT Six-room
e'h -xeetit fuina'-f-;
street. Inquire 2 412
bouse, all mod
r. l: Twenty-fifth
1 F R
FOR RENT Two hounea of elirlif room '
eeh; modern In every respect. Phone
wist IT,;. I. or inquire al i:31 Fiftn-nrnl-n-hu)f
T w-i nty- !x
et and yas.
oi n lo
1 . eltV Wiltep.
next d' or f
II 1 1
11 mi ven -
'.' . 1.1 .
I ! :: 2
l,U- l"l U
For RENT Seven -1
all moil.M n eon", en. e
tind cellar; at 123
Inquire 2200 .'.ixtn
lit W li l k
FOR RENT S'x-room cottage, near'
Long lew park, nt 1;2 t ourtnent n
and a-halr street; rent n-H sona tile.
Inquire l'3f. l'"ourteenin siieet.
FOK RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT- Modern Meant heaW d flats;
f' 1 4 T win' I y -si-ven t h street inijoirn
ativ reul eiitate dealer, irr phone not t h
I OR R I" NT Flats of five rooms, all
modern. US pi r mouth, at li2i Hfth
and a-half avenue. .Mrs. C. L Walk
er. I'hone west ii-V.
FOR RENT Modern lx-room apart
ment In Favne Flat", seoipd floor;
laiilter serviee nquire at Flat
1. or phone west 7M-lv.
I- OH KENT Mitt ELLANEOL e.
FDR RENT Good
barn, phone west
MIM K.I.I 4KEOII,
IF VOL' WANT to buy, aell. trade i
rent anytl..i.g. ei.M.ige help or Secure
a mliidli"!.. the Mall and Journal is I
the only p.iicr In Moline that can do i
are popular, and Ma.ll and Journal '
are popmnr. end Mial and Journal
wen's bring results. One-half tent ;
per word In tne price to a. I alike,
mill In advance, two-cent stamp will
do. Kvenuia and Saturday Mail a ,d
Joutnal. Moilne, 111.
l'ST8:OLOUR'AL Sl'lNAL ADJFST
MENTs given in your home private,
bv expert adjuster. Addrrji i u.
4 .t;.. Rock Island.
I l'E!(H.l'Ol' II AIM.
r-l PERFLUOl 4 hair and moles on lave
kiid arms pcrtiiaiiently removed with
one to six needies. Addrc-s Mis- A
Ivlltredae. i Ut 1 Atgvle F.ats Hra
street. Davenport, Old phone 3116.
MADAM SOREKAA Fifty years" ex
perience, gives advice in all business
matters, remember, the gypsies are
the only race of people born with a
i.atuml girt to read your fortune. 41
West Third street. Davenport.
I CALL W. 1007
FOR ALL YOUR
Both Buying and Selling
Prompt Attention to All
Largest etock of new and
second hand goods in the
Etate of Illinois.
w Eiaie c
rCH RENT BOOMS.
FOR KKNT Furnished rooms at 1400H
I Mr ! avenue; rer.t reasonable, j
FOR T-.i.NT Furnished fror.t room.
rm :di rn. at k..3 Ninctep-t!. street.
T Fiirnlehed front room;
at bo3 Nineteenth street.
Fr.R RF.NT Modern furnished room:
ialv j.n!..rrd; 2S33 Flf th-ur.d-a-haif
F"iR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for 1:..: ho"ipekeer ing at 14f'5 Fourth
liENT Frn:shed rooms and
1 ;: 12' 8 Second avenje; modern;
:.-r v. eck.
roit RF.NT Tiro f'irri5ie1 rooma for
iixi.t t.ous ekeeplns; Nmtn ave
nue. I'h'.r;e lii'.2.
Nicely furnished front
lifr".t (.-jsekvert:;g, at iZ2
FOR RENT M dern
iv.tti li "ard. i ."lvate
Tu i i.t -f eci ir.d ftr-et.
FOR HINT FurnlFbed front room.
n ver. leines, private family.
FOR RENT A room, with board: mod- '
er:i n.:. vt-nlenees: bt Sevette-;t:
.tretl llu, tie weft t'M-I
For RENT Modern furnished
:Th use of ; i.c-:. o. at 1.2s
avenue. Fl.cr.e w e.t 1721.
FOR RENT Newly furr.l'hed. strtrtly
' n;oj, ri. rooms at IT'jG1. Tt.i! J ui'tiuc;
; also :t;2u: Fourti: avenue.
I'l'VT TrtHr f, rr',).aH e,.c,mu
1 ; l- ' . r h HI . W ee ol r. l :i I s. t ,! r ' 1 1.
n., at lilt teoind avenue.
it i K'.4 T
Two modern furnished
Ken i ! em "Tl. v;!h or with
'a'i L.'.'"-i l'i.In aver. ue.
I'.ENT Modern furnished lrnt
ni. e. t,irn!ly l.-eaLed. lnquii-i 17. .2
F1 R I
H'.l it 'i
r, il. Fnon- wi"t 23:.".-K.
!:.u -dr.' 122
Nlrely furnished front
or two nnr.ii- tien . ad
r.l'-neep; 732 Seventei. r.'.ii
i r n 9 : i ed
u r t
r Tw o
it. 1 1 h
-e Of pi
INM H ANTE.
A. E. SHAI.L1N'-:- Kiel estate nr.d In-
t roi a,
ti-: I n
Si-l- .Me I irst. I'eupie
I l.ar.k hii.id.nir. MSdU
J d d
ir i a-
m In i -1 r
I.oND 1 Ol" Executors, ad-
.to.a. K'.a''dians', trustees' .
Kind of j,:li,-,iI binds. l-'Ues
li'.y oih'-ers, .-lty. state or L. '
l i.nlenl t'-.ilv 1..1 -; conlra tors, l
s or iro-t. In i. i t. any kind I
you want lex' . nt oali h-ind.--. -
I'-llS ll.ilt'li- !..!! S A t'il'.lV.--
, 1 Hi-lit inatniK' rs. Fiiiei:t tv
n, :'r,y of Maryland
of I" t.d
Ti r 1 1 1 .
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STAFFORD At- !
.irh'-e l.-i Kuik isiand
o loan or - d r
Rooms ,',-.2 ulid ;
Hoi A Isialid. 111.
law business, ce
nd real estate law
a buli'.-.ng I'l.one
- a i i-tuu
, ill Peo
pi... .ate i
pi. j bji
ti'l l.e s
INGRAM At S WEEN E V At.
i. ir.. y on
: :.s Ref.
r I. kers.
at 1..-.V, M u,ey
Rooms 2-'" -
l et., e
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Sat-irclay. Feb.
set wit", pear'.e and
ta hi d c t with d.u
1'l.or.e west 126.
1, a star stlci
Rc ward .
Losr vr.'te and redllel.-brown spct
! td setter r.untir.g dig Reward f-jr
return to jiarir.i hotel.
LOOT Saturday, State bank bag- cor.-
tatr.tr.g b.ack leather p.ie with 170.
Notify Argus for literal reward.
'LOST Or stolen, a buckskin English I
buiid -g: i. rtr hp (T up to the i."e. '
i Ret urn to tt 6 Fourteenth avenue. Rr-
LOST On Twer.tv-e'.ghth street, near
Eut:.e Fle.d s.-hool. a small b..v k '
pure cor.ta.i.lr.K paper money srd
rhaue" Rewara for return to Args.
LO:T Tuesday night
morning. Mxi-an d l
or Wednesday !
in c i n p'.n ard fcir- t
with red set Id cen- i
Ar; ,i and receive re- ,
lent r..-ver p'.n
ter Ret , r:. to
LCST Thursday a.f ternoon. on Fourth
I avenue car, a ( aeiifcae.i-ontaimr.g pr.o-
i tograrr.s; owners r.me and
J In-ide. f leets ret -rn t ) Argus er'ii
for rewsrd. Old ph'-r.e west I-M-X.
LoT- -T-adys una 11 poeketbek on j
Fc irth io-i...p vr.r or litU ee:i Fo
aver.ue :..! ;i-..'t '..-. ru.k. Rock Is. und.
j cc-rtaiued li arid c.r,r an. all change.
e'.so wrdd r.e ring iini.aia li. K. 1
' W t V. R N.. 18!' i'L.der tan
' keep EiT.-t at.d lets return rirg to
H. K. vi::iam. lil 7 K..i;nth a..d
j a I a..' nm . . lliMi.e. 1.1. ;
..I DIII VOi E'lE.M.
MVtl.'u-u M'-A L.ME.N i ii.M A. Eiii
! arson, nr.oi ,;aid Swc.s : nu"- ..-r
rives treatment sin pr.vate r.uir.e
I'hone weJ :S-L
Addrtxt (IS Tm.-N
l y -ninth street.
V GOT.U. THE WORST
SYMPTOMS OF R BRP , ,
WANTED Young man to learn win
dow tr.mmlng and card writing'. Ap
ply Tour.g & MeCombs.
WANTED Manager. Qual!fld to take
full charge of wall paper department.
Address "C. M.." i-arte Argus.
WANTED Steamfitters. by Corn Prod
ucts Refining company at P kin. 111.;
mn who can read drawings; trans
portation refunded; union wages.
WANTED Bright young men. all or
spare time: can arn 2a to JaO a i
week. Apply M. E. Darkenwald '
Realty company, suite 4'--47. First i
National bank building. Davenport, j
l-v-a- . j
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade, few weeks completes, wagea In
tlnifhir.i; department; tools srlven; po- j
ti'.ions v.aitlng; rortiulars free:!
wr te me to iay. A. B. Moltr. presl
der.t M..ler System cf Co.legL-9, T3S
Sutn Wabafh avenue. Chicago.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Girl to do
w"rk at 1:24 -'ir-1'1
WANTED A cook; apply to Mrs.
1-vstir, 1 1"3 Sii j-a avenue.
WANTED A girl to do second work at
: ;D bexentn avenue. Rl.one we."t
'.'A NT ED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework; m;i!t have references.
Apply 013 Twenty-third street.
WANTED Elderly lady as housekeeper. '
final! family. Apply at 'i'oj Elgh-
tv.er.th street. Puol.e. e.t 7i-K.. I
WANTED Girl alout 17 years fid t-i
Oj k neral housework. Ap; iy tetweei:
1 and C p. m. at 6Sa-3 Tl. li t) -eighth ,
WANTED Yo'.:ng lady, to do billing, by
loi al lyetory, oi,e with olne oflire
xperoa.ee pref rrej. Address "Fac
tory Manager." rare Arfcuy.
WASTED Middle aged lr.dy ns house-Kei.-per.
fop widower wi:h tiiree .-hil-lireti.
4'all ir.orniugs. Mrs. S'iiliam
Sm.th. I2i,. Eleventh street and Four
te, n .i! avenue.
WASTED MALE AND FEMALE.
WANTED You to earn is to J 1 2 week
ly at home during spare time mailing
i ir.-ulars. For partu-aiara. send 1 j
rents, wi.'.ch we return when yuu be
j;:n ve.rk. William A. Droste coin
j a. y. 174 J 10, Trumbull avenue. De-tr-i.il.
WANTED At ..in
phone v. est Sai-
W ANT ED To
J West S?
ti -..:n.; uii'on.
l.'.-i 1 Twi ll! . -;
h sin e
lanndi red at
W , I " 1 1- -Ti . buy a houseboat; address
Mr.-. I ; r in r t. 0 2 ti J s-.xte. nth btreel,
' -r eall at same nunihir.
WANT EI Ti.ree
rooins or s!tia!l
i", Address Bol
f.r four unturrlshi'd
flat. Willi neat, close
4 .".. i ;iv.
WAX'I ED An
house l-j ecM
t.'i .. Il.t; :!r
or trade for smaller
L- at ti2i 1 liiny-iittu
To buy. fur--.lt :re and
Pay the hicdiej-t i.rlee for
!," : will p.
K Kt... Mollne
a? - 'da. Cai: Knlff i:
Phone east 7jl.
.NT El Plxin and fan- y sr-wtnjr by
impel, r.t yo-ir.g tv.mian ; v.-iu k donu
t .' r home i r alie! for. Phone
test r.i"-y. or , all at i27 Twentieth
'.'ANTED T" rert. an etgl.t-room rpl- !
!n :io i.-e ontbi.-.leg hath, iivin :
haek a:.d fiont c'.airs, and located
ar ilne. pr. f.-rnbly the i.oi.ir
io-,p. s nd lot atlon, dese-riptton
to "C ; I ' ." care Argus. I
WANTED 41.EM J.
WANTED Consignment agents to sell
our pian' s tor cdsl. o- credit ; we cer- .
iv II." ontr.ii is. Lombard P:at:o
onipaiiy, Gaiesl.urg. li..
STATED MEETING OF TRIO
iod.e No. r.7, A. F. A. M , D
heid on the t:r-it Thursdav tif
e.n n month hit for work
"il E. A. O'tree. Sat urday. F :.
' 30 r tn. isiting r.retnreu are
1 1 v invited P-v iinlf-r of L. E
..i ay, W. M., W, B 1 ttit. see-
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
i BoTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate in the county. Irompt and ac
curate service at reasonuo.e rates.
F.ock Island Title & Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, pretident; W. J.
Sweeney, se. retary; 2-JO-203. second
I'.oor, i'eopie's Naticnal bank build
ing. R "Ck Is. and.
ARE you looking for a house or vacant
rooros? Then come In and see our
list. Neariy every vacant house In
t.-.e tri-citles listed with us. No!
charges. Sutnrr.crr.cld's. 113-115 Eat
Seeoi.d street. Davenport. Iowa-
MADAM SORETTA Celebrated palm
ist, gives advice on aii affairs of life,
love, business ia, wii.s. speculations
aud family affairs. Call and consult
l.er. il7 Harrison street. Davenport.
iif-i Eighteenth Street,
(The Best is tbe Cheapest)
American Ins. Co
Aa.iri.an I nlon Its. Co.
A w r; J(; ,.rai It;. Co
Far.i.ers' ln t o
.'.:' - i N- .v York Ir.s. C
Re .:.i e Fire las. Co
i;.ti.i.. ii . c.
!:.s Co Slate of I.linols ..
.Newark. N. J. !
. .I l.l.aaciohla
. . . . N - w Y' ork
York Pa. ,
N . Y- -r.i
. . Phliadel; -r.t-..
Mas.-av:. -st t!.-
. Rick ford. 1.1
t. oct:ect:cut Ire In. Co. ... onneetl" jt
U :l. al Life Ins. Co New Jc:ey,
JcCt-alBer.cr.tL.re In. Co. . New Jersey
WWrtYRCl PRY LONG CNE OPyy
FEEr HAS BEEN RS COLD AS ICE
lnnl .11 RNPTn-Ji ncnns BEEN H5
-v Hnr nc. cat mrc
I - v-. I 1
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SAXE A genuine bargain In a
i nice home, located In the central por
! tlon of city. Here, Is the chance to
! Kft Just tho home yci have been
i dreaminK about. Lot 60x150: olsht
i roura house; hot water heat, gas. eiec
I trie light, cement floor basement;
' near a.li car lines. Address "Snap."
FOR BALE New modern s'x-rooin
bonce at 1413 Forty-first Btreet;
cheap If taken at otiofc.
FOR BALE Good built eight-room
house; cliy water, gas and sewer: cor
ner ict. 52x150; 1601 Tnlrty-flfth
street. Rock Island, 111.
FOR FALE House of six large rooms;
batn r-'i-m ami reception hail; partly
modern, s-.-e il. K. Walker, or call at
property. .'11 Sixteenth street.
FOR fiALE Good building lot In Lln
coln cifirt: facing Seventeenth street;
T20 feet deep. 4i feet front. 62 Vi feet
middle. 78 feet rear. llione West
FOR SALE: Lots la Scheuermann's flfta
addition. Sovrd'h street ard Fifteenth
avenue; pavm-nt $6 per mouth
Call 1700 ixi.n atree-t. Old puone
FOR SALE Two good building lots on
JJiglith-and-a-hiilf aven;:e. between
T ,ve:tt -i eyenth ati.i 'i' v. t nty-eightn
Ktrets, with terr:i'-e arid cement aide
vill s. I'h.rne 5S7-X.
FOR SALE Five-room, all modern two
Unry house on Fourteenth street; 1 J
nunutes' walk from court house. Ad
dress "lioiiso." care Argus.
FOR SALE Pretty and modern bunga
low, in line locality, with splsr.d.d
view cf urser.al jind Mississippi; an
unbeiievahie l:..ri;aiii; investigate. Ad
dress "Bungalow," oo.re Aisus.
FOR SALE On monthly payments, new
t-trlcliy ui-nlerri i-'-vin-i -r-m house lo
cated in th- M.-innis Hios addition.
Also some choice lots: will build to
suit buyer, i'hone west 1334-V.
FtJK HA1.. fcev en-room house, wltrt
m acre or urcund, v-ith -well nl
laterti: loce.ted one b'oclj from car
iice; v-ill Baeriti.-e if a dd before Sept.
SO. Address S. G. R ." car Argus.
FOR SALE Cheap, a five-room nouse.
witr furnace, ga Ugh:, and sewer;
large lot, c-ment walks; one block
from Long View park; a paying In
vestment; owner r.o-n-resident- Ad
Ui ess "L M. til." care Argus.
t'Oi: -SALiJ Ious la South llflnts.
ecu!; of A'ken street, between
Twelfth rjid Seventeenth streets; on
eai'y fitina; J25 down, balance in five
year. E. W. Robinson. 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone west 1163-K.
FOR SALE A
ly liioii, i n ii
t d Ort K ll'io! s
lii-;'iit and jras
he boutrlil at
ell loeatrd, thorough-rlit-room
In every roo-m , i l-ctric
and hot water In at; can
a tiai'Knin; iwne.r leav-
K eit. Address "home," care Ar-
FOE SA I.E New modem two-story slx-
ro. -n ii,,
and tat 1
with la ri.re reeeption liall
at Tuirt . -iirst street and
nue; o"d plane to rent
i;:n h. i
a v i
Aia'j.-tiuii! sttideriis; varu-
;t. eit ctri. - hul.ts and gas; oak
lown f-i,ii!, veiiow pin. finlsn
i is. lmi'ine 3113 Tenth ave
TOR SALE The
r sale a
r a I
l , r ' ' e
1 '.v. i e
;l.t -n ,in
ions' -;, all modern.
with well and cis-
n-room house, all modern.
J. WE EDA,
iven! v-fo'irth-and-a-half St.
111 SI MISS OI'l'OIITl'.MTIES.
!'( U .SALE HaR interest In clothing
s!o:- iiointi good ouslii'.-ss, no better
i j-.-atioii in ii i-eitus; good reasons lor
eelluig. Audress ' L.," care Argus.
I'OR SALE Cheap, If taken 6oon. an
iiji-!o-iIiite restaurant and lunch room
in S oo.iiiiill. Ill,, a uood paying busi
ness, moving to Minnesota, reason
for seiiint;. Address Box 60, Woori-hi.-ll.
GASOLINE TANRS AND PIMPS.
BOWSER underground outfits from 32u
and up ib'io.e'i.i .n use). F. M. King,
agent, l'il'.v Third avenue. Rock Is
land. III. Phone west 2'31. N. B.
Bury your gasoline: it's sitter.
GAETHJE Proprietor Chip
k nursery. Cut ilowera and
i.f all is. l.'itv -stole, 16u7
avenue. Phene Illu.
The Bread ttat is always uni
form always test always to
te depended on never unsatis
of our best and most sat
customers fpent montts
in trying to make better bread
than we cake, but 'bey alaajg
found ours the
rtcr.e us t?dk- while you have
it in mind we will do the rest.
1716-1716 Second Avenue.
Phcre West 155.
: , 1
Just let we. C , ,C
SHOES OFF XLj II
PROFESSOR? Ojj i
FOR SALE MI8CEiLAEOrS.
FOR SAl-E A horse; 1.100 pounds; In
quire 1S0O Fourth street.
Fine e.ualltv baled hay at
H. R. Battles & Co.
FOR 8AI.E Pafe and outside show
case. Hub Clothing atore, 1801-1S03
FOR 8AI.F! Chean. household furniture.
tail hud clothing- store, lsui-isuj i
Second avenue, city.
FOR PALE $200 buys the stock of the
Safety cigar stand: a snap for some
one. Inquire at stand.
FOR SALE Lunch counter doing prof
itable business; splendid location.
Apply corner Twenty-fourth street
and Fifth avenue, after 5 p. m.
FOR SALE One Art Garland heater In
good condition, $10; also email wood
' Hove, $2: Ice box, $3. I'hone 687-X.
FOR SAT.F Mission atandins: eisrht-dav
clock; three-piece parlor set; cheap If I
taken soon; at b03 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE White Orplngtcm cocker
els. Kelierstrof strain; Philo system
raised. J. T. Patterson, Coal Valley,
FOR FALE A large size (manure)
wagon box In good condition. Inquire
1 7"i sixth street Phone old west
FOR SALE Violin, cost J30. II years
old. good as new: In answering state
yuur price. Address "Violin," caro
1 FOR SALE- Twelve lots on Eighteenth .
! avenue, between Thirty-rirst and Th.r- !
tv-see,.nd streets. Inquire 17ul Thlr-
I , I
, t.ttn Btreet. . '
I pep sup n- r,. v.r,nsseTi. i
! irer automobile, guaranteed O. Iv.
would consider city lot or equity
cottage. I'hone west 181s.
FOR SALE White Plymouth cockerels, i entered .u Jan. 1 1. A. D. 1U 1 3, the un
i , , ;i,,k.i,i.., ....a t,i d. rsiiined will, on ruesduy, i eb. IX. A.
lty sto-k. line bred from record lay
ers and grand
room and l-ill
winners; I need the
give you some rare
bargain: feu's for hatching
west 4G7 or ISOrt-L. Dr. O. M.
3 900 Twelfth avenue.
FOR SALE LANDS,
FOR SALE 62 H acre Improved farm.
G. Miller, Route 1. Albany, 111.,
FOR SALE Nine and a half acres land
one mile southwest of Milan. W. li.
Glrigles, 515 Twenty-second street.
FOR SALE Thlrteen-acre Improved
farm; good five-room house, and barn,
well and cistern; also all kinds of
fruit trees; a line place: on easy
terms; near Davenport; cheap. Tri
CTty Real Estate, 34 McMunus build
ing, I lavenpo-rl.
FOR SALE Houses, lots,
acre suburban property.
brick house, ICtiOo. Five room cot
tage. three-fotirthr acre land, $1.0u0.
Five room coltaye, three-fourths
acre land, ISaii Terms on part If
wanted. Bargains. C. IL Dibbern at
Son, Milan. 11L
For SALE Or trade, my 40-acre un
liu(i'0''ed farm in Oregon, close to
lier; i it n be irrigated and tripled in
value; l:i the nil iiisltht and In finest
Iran country in tho world; line in
vestin -nt for home; will trade for
Roek Island t itv properly. R. P. Gal
braiih, !'2s First avenue, city.
FOR KALE Eight-acre farm, with
eiwht-room house, bifj barn. shed, lee
house, tv,a weils, good cellars under
!icu!3, 6o0 grape plants, SO .fruit trees;
Kuml place for chicken raising; one
half mile south of Eighteenth avenue
on Twenty-seventh street. Inquire at
ltiJl Thlrty-iiflli street. Rock Island,
Apple orchards; do not buy
orfnarii until "ii have read
ate book on that subject
v to Test a Land lnvest-.-nt
free on application.
Hayes. 4') years' experience:
r. s sold -without a dollar
, any custom, r. 212-313-314
building. Rock Island, 111.
FOR SALE 2 , -r. 1 1 0 acres of high and
healthy upland in northwestern Ten
in s ee; tine lor fruit er stock or gen
cral farming- large timber cut off;
' i-leiit-.- of spi ings and clear tunning
running water; will grow corn, grain,
gias.-'-s and tobacco; price only $'' an
a te; easv terms. M Math At John
ston. 414-41'', Exchange building,
.. II. LlltBUK.
Established I DO 2. Phone 733.
i, art tailored suitb and gowns for all
imii.-. Exclusive and original de
s. Advanced styles and perfect lit
.anti-id. Fancy dres.-making dud
.ring taught. C.rfets expertly fitttd.
'. i'atnaui b '.Hiding, Davenport, la.
Metals and Metaphors.
"It is most unitizing." said a metal
lurgist, "how the worid relies on met
als for its uietuphors and ninilies. Thus
an orator is siHer touched or golden
mouthed. An explorer is bronzed by
African suns. A resolute chap has an
iron will. A slugznrd moves with lead
en feet. An ontrich has a copper lined
stomach A millionaire has tin. A
swindler is as slippery as quicksilver.
A borrower has brass."
I want you distinctly to understand.
Eniil. that when your colleague's wife
has a new hat I want one too."
"Calm yourself, my dear. We've
settled it between us ou're neither
cr yuu going to get or.e." V liegt-nde
The Lesser Evil.
"I bate a barber that talks politics
r.ll the time. d"n t you'."
"(ant say 1 do Fd rather bave
tJ ! him talk peditics than
Q j W.ishii.rrtotj Herald.
Ra-e Freak. j
"Funny. i.n't It. about tbe blowing !
CP of a tnantioieV" j
"How s it fanny?" j
Fi-ri!:se- it man cenerrilly Mows np J
In pieces "-F.a It inmrp An cni an, j
te news all tte time TLe
you've put both of
tour socks on the
Pwbllcatloa Notice. I
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun- i
ty ss :
In the Circuit Court of Rock Island
county. 111. May term. 1913. In at
tachment. Demand, $67.50.
Volks-Zeitur.g Publishing company vs.
Leroy J. WoUe and Charles L. Baiiey.
Notice is hereby given to you. the
said Leroy J. Woife and Charles L
that a writ or attachment naa
been sued out of the office of the clerk
of the circuit clerk of said county of
Rock Island, at the suit of the said
Volks-Zeitung Publishing company, and
against the estate of you. the said Le
roy J. Wolfs and Charles L. Bailey, .six-tv-eeven
and rlity oue-hundredths dvl
lf.rs. besides Interest, directed to the
sheriff of said county to execute.
Now. unless you, the said Leroy J.
Wolfe and Charles L. Bailey, shall per
sonally be and appear before the clr- j
cult court of said county, on the nrst .
day art the next term thereof, to be
holden at Kuck Island. In said county.
on the lirst Monday in me munin oi i
give t-pecial ball and plead to i
said action, judgment will be entered '
against you In favor of the said plitln-I
tiff, and the property attached sold to j
; atl..-ry ti e same, wlta rtrsts. ;
I GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk
Rock lsiiinu. III., Jan. b.
Alhert iiuber. plaintiff s attorney.
Cuariilna's bale of klritl fcme.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the probate cinirt. at the January
term. A. D. 11 3.
In the matter of the application of
James K. 11 itehlnsou. guardian of John
I W. Hutchinson, a miner, to sell real ea-
vl si.liJ m'no , . ,
. virtue of an order and dec.ee of
,h Probate court of ld Ro k Island
.'uuniy, lil., made on the petition or tne
unders.gned. James U. II utchiuBc,,.
guaraiaii Ol JOIIII . riUL nil. run
minor, for leave to seil the lonowuig
described real estate of said minor al
i the Januury term. A. D. l.13, of said
I court, and, whlcn eruer aiul decree was
D. l!lj, between the hours of 10 o'clock i
in the forenoon and four o'clock in tiie I
afternoon of said day, to-wit, nt the
hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, ex-
pose for aio at public vendue, at the j
east door of the court house in the city !
of Rock Island, in said couivty and
slate, li the highest and Pest bidder or
bidders, the following described real es
tate, being the properly of suid minor,
The undivided one-eleventh 1-11) of
the northwest quarter ( ) of section
thirty-four 134). (except live acres, a
strip of ven width off the east end of
the ntrrth one-half of said northwest
quarter); also all that part of the north
east quarter of the northeast qua.-ter
of section thirty-three (33), lying uud
being east of the. public highway as
now running through said tract of land
bounded as follows. Beginning at tho
northeast corner of said .tract, running
thence west along the' section line
twenty-six 2fi feet, thence In a south
westerly direction eight hundred and
fixtv-iilne tslii)) feet to a, point two
hundred and eighty-three (2S3) feet
wist or tne east line ot satu tract,
thence so.ith live hundred and twenty
(520) feet; thence east two hundred and
eighty-three (2S;t) feet to the section
line; thence north along said section
line to the place ot beginning, contain
ing six and 22-100 acres, more or less,
all in township sixteen (16) north,
range one tl) west or the 4th P. M., and
containing In all one hundred and sixty
one and 22-lOu acres, more or less. In
Rok Island eminty. Illinois, and all sub
ject to the right of dower of J. L. Long
then In and thereto; terms of sale, cash
on approval of sale by said court.
Dated this 11th dav of January, A. D.
1S13. JAMES R. HUTCHINSON.
Guardian of John W. Hutchinson, a
Walker. Ingram & Sweeney, solicitors
Estate of Peter Auers. deceased.
T h' uii(h-rsiuii"d liuving been ap
pointed administrator o-f the estate
of Peter Auers, late of tin; county
of Rock Island, state of Illinois, ie
ei ased. hereby give ii'Uie that they will
appear helore the probate court of Rot k :
Island county, at the probate court 1
room. Li the city of Roek inland, at the!
May term, on the lirst Monday In Mavj
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notiiiedj
and rcquestod to attend for the purposo .
of having the same adjusted. All per- I
sons Indebted to said estate are re-
quest-.! to make immediate pa uient to ;
Dated 2-i!i day of January. A. D .1913.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS HANK.
Estate of Fritz W. Vojgt, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator frf the estate
of I-red W. Voight, late of the county
of R.j.-k Island tat - of Illinois, de- ,
cc: -fed, hereby plve r.-aiee that they will
appear In f . re the prc-hute court of Rock I
Island county, at the probate court j
room, in trie city o: ich-k isihuu. at tne
May term, on the first Monday In May
next, at which time all pi rson.ij having
il.iini" aganst sani estate are notified
ami n quest. -d to attend for the purpose
of having the shme i.djusted All per
sons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to
Dated 24th dav of Jannarv, A.D.1913.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK,
Notice o4 Special Meeting.
To Whom It Mav Concern:
You are hereby notilb-d th.it a special i
meeting of the stockholders of the
Horst i Strleter company, a corporation j
I duly organized and existing under the!
; laws of the state of Illinois, with Its
principal place of business at 1417-1423
; Sec jntl avenue, Rot k Island, 111., will
! be heid on the 2 1th day of Februarv, :
A D. H-13. at the hour of 'j a tn.. at Hi"
otfe-e of paid company, al ?aid 1417-lLhl
Second avenue, Rok I-i'.and, Hi., f'r the
purpose of voting upon the increase of
the capital stock cf taid corporation
from ten thousand ttloOO'D dollars to
l-vtnty thousand t2 ci"") tioiiars and
of incrt,a'i:.i? tne number of shares of
tt.e capital H.'.k of sat i corporation
lro:n ! e hundred 10 If two h un
til 1 t 2'" '
Dated at Rock Island. FT., this 22nd
day of Jaut.ary. 1 1' i 3
HENRY W. HORST,
HENRY T. iloRSl'.
Id. L. STRIETKR.
.E-TIONS M AD li
Hard account? ,
V. iinam Al. t
PlCip.e 3 ila.'.K ;
ar, d Ciaimo c.,i.i.-e.fcu.
V.aker. lawyer, iii
f ON TRAC-IOitS AND TIl'lI.DF.ItS.
ftiOlI31 O (La
i Manufacturers t.tn, Icors. Blind!
' tr.d .Stairs. Interior unfit of ail k.i.cs
I Harutvood Ver.eer Ficoring an 1 deal
i era in U.ass. 211 and lii Eiataicenti:
a On Furniture
On Live Stock
On Diamonds f
All at Johnny Jones
304 Best Building
Phone Weat 177.
Open Every Evening.
CUT RATE LOAN CO.
(Mi -t i
DIPPING THE FLAG.
One of the Oldest of All Method of
The salutation given when a vessel
lowers or "dips" Its fins Is one of the
oldest and most honorable of all forum
of marine greeting.
This form of BUltite has alwaya been
demanded by Kugli.sh speakliiK sea
men, and Its exaction lias burned the
hearts and the powder of generations
of naval commanders.
In the old days' for a foreign ship,
whether merchant or naval, to enter
an English port without veiling- top
sails or dipping- its national flag was to
run tbe risk of wur, although the pro
fouiident pence existed.
Without warning or argument tb
shore defenses or a man of war would
send a round hnt across the bows or
between the masts of the foreigner,
and it the orfendlns flag did not ln
HtanOy come down the Insolent Intru
der was brought to her senses by being
raked through und through.
Such wns the reception accorded by
Sir John Hawkins In the sixteenth cen
tury to the Spanish admiral who, in
time of peace, sailed into Portsmouth
sound without veiling his topsails or
lowering his flag.
Salutes ore essential matters of naval
etiquette aud are exchanged on an elab
orate codo fixed by the maritime pow
ers. Tbe number of guns to be fired
under all circumstances is minutely
stipulated. Harper's Weekly.
"Po you really love me?" she wrote.
"Heferring to my last letter," he
promptly replied, "you will find that I
love you devotedly on page I, madly
on pni;e 3 and passionately on pages 4
and 5." Pittsburgh Post
tbe fuel of
Nine hundred and twecty-flve acres
Irrigated farm under big canal, located
ocly 20 miles from a city of 105,000
population, with railroad station at tbe
land. The soil is very rich and pro
duction varying from a black vegetable
mold to a dark sahdy loam. Eight
hundred acres under fence and in cul
tivation. TliiK is all prairie, every foot
can be cultivated. This is soil that
will produce ihe big staple farm crop;
6;so semi-tropical fruits and alfalfa.
This is fine s'igir cane laud, win pro
duce 30 to 40 ton per acre or it would
make a Kood stock farm. There are
two sr-ts of improvements consisting
of two six-room houses and two big
H has the best transportation facil
ities. It 1h priced at a figure that will
r-i able a purchaser to immediately sell
in Rcailr r tracts at 100 to laO per cent
prcfit. Pri'e of the above tract for
tjijfck sale $"25 per acrn Half cash.
in tbree years.
b. K. Anderson
C03 42r.d Stvtet, Eock Island.
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