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V.0U4.D YOU MIND
EiLOWINS THE SNiOfcE
CF TrlRT FlANh; ClGfici ,
IN P.NOTMER. DIRECTION !
Arrus Branch Office
X-r the rcommoditlon of Its patrons
In varjooie , Brt cf tbe city. The Argue
line established a system of branch of
Bee, where subscriptions end want ad
vertising mav be received and aay In
I'lrmnii.in left that may pertain t any
department of tut pper, near or busi
ness It Is 'so plrfnu.-rt to have at each
of these I. ranch ofllcn every evening a
supply cf copies of The Argus of the
day. so that any subscriber who may
have fji'.- t.nrler any circumstances to
receive his paper, will be supplied free
The Argus' chain of bra.ie'n offices
Inc'mies the following:
J. J. Ktpp notion store. 450 Fifth
H. V.. Rowe's pharmacy, a 1 1 S Four
Rlen' drug store. Twent y-eeventh
lret. "."Venn, ivimif
l'llfmyr-s drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. I"lrte-rth street.
Oorce ,V. Vlilhouse, confectionery.
0 Fourth avenue.
Mrs. Ix.n.l'.n'.a noMon store. Seventh
Street. Fourteenth avenue.
Ilelmbeck's pharmacy. S22 Third ave
RodTt drug store.
nn : tmii svenv-..
CMIre pr.arrr.aey. Reventh
no i Mlrty-nsrhrh street.
Olwt.n grocery, Th'.rteec'h avenue and
Btelner ru-r s'nre. corner Fifth ave
8iji "fd Trnf r."Mrii street.
for nr-vr noisiis.
iUIl KEN. I Six-room house at $10 per
month. I'hoiie wei-t 222.
-Seven-room houj,e,trletly ;
Inquire at 636 Twelfth i
JOR RENT S.x-room house, all mod
ern except furiuiee; r. 1 Twenty-fifth
Street. Inquire 412 Fifth avenue.
Two hounea of el it K r m,. ., . I
each; modern In every resneet Phme
west llil. or itiuulre at 2831 Fifth-
FOR RENT Modern seven-room houxe.
with hot wnte-r In at: hent furnished
If de-sired. Inquire 1132 Second ave
nue. Phone weNt li-X
FOR HE VT FLATS.
FOR RENT Modern steam heated flats"
614 1 wenty-nevenlij street. Inquire
any real c.-.t.ite deale-r, irr phone north
tOU RENT Fl:-ts of five rooms; all
mod. in. per munth. ut 13.16 i iftu-aii'l-a
hall avenue. Mrs. C. L. Walk
er. I'll. .tie WHt 8jS-Y.
FOR KENT Modern six-room apart
nv nt in j'avne Flats, second floor;
Jui:it..r seivl.e. nuuire at Flat Nu
1, or plionu west 7X1-K.
FOR REXT A three. renin not. with
rlo'hes cluset, patilry. wash kitchen,
eelhir rei'i-m, ele, irr Hunt und h
l.nm.-; ul.eo else .rf phone; .grown
persons preferred; at lt'37 Flf
leerith street. Inquire at 1027 Fif
lOH HE VI- MIHCEI.LAXEOVS.
FUll RtiNT Uood
barn; phone west
ni siM; oitorti-xitics.
Ft ' 1 PrCiTETaiT'
;o'c doing ttood business, no better
ln.u ion in tri-. itt.-s; good reasons for
selling. Address "L..m care Argus.
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken soon, an
t'l'-to-ilnte restaurant and lunch room
l.i Woo .Hi ill, 11!.; i'. tjoud p.tvlng bubi- j
I : nn. villi; to Minnesota, reason!
' ling. Address Box 60, Wood-1
h :'.l. 111. I
1't'l! S.v I. K -Confectionery and grocery
.loin; koo.I business, increus
ii"; en;., u Kod chance, to et aj
I . .i.is!nef, at cot. will take
1!.- . s.vmir; irood reasons for
!!. A.l.li. a ' K. M. C. ' care
opportunity for men and
it fiioui.l appeal to every
Her. minister, mechanic.
storo or oh.
man or cl.u
to get Into
e employe, business wo- i
n-.eiiiticr It Is a chance j
the farm home business '
in the rifiht way wit.i th- rlsht com
pany. Tne men behind ihls oigatuca- j
tiun do not ak you to invest any
money with them nor to devote your
entire ttmo to their Interests, but we
win show yiu how, by devoting part j
of yo.ii- leisure time during tne day
or evetilnj;. you can earn good pay
from the veiy slart. No canvassing
or o:iclting requ-.rec. it win De tu
'our advantage to write at once for
full details of this unique plan. Rey
nolds County company, 1412 Great
Northern building. Chicago, 111.
IF YOU want to buy. sell it exchange
any kind of property, you should get
in touch with us. We have some ex
ceptional bargains ln small farms near
U:e trt-clties. and some residence
property t.' exchange for farms Trl--tty
Kcnl Estate Exchange. 34 Mc
Manus building. Davenport. Iowa.
F YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mall and Journal Is
the only paper in Molina that can do
are popular, and Mall and Journal
ore popular, and Mlal and Journal
wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike,
mill in advance: two-cent stamps will
elo. Evesur.g and Saturday Mall and
Journal. Moltne. 111.
PHYSIOLOGICAL. SPINAL ADJUST
VESTS given In your home, private,
!.v expert adjuster. Address P. O.
'.. x 4 3.-.. Rock Island. ,
Ciirss IS. H3C2
(The Best Is the Cheapest)
American Ins. Co Newark. N. J.
American Union Ir.s. Co. ... Philadelphia
Arrlcultural Ins. Co New York
Farmers' Ins. Co York. Pa.
c.-v ,,f New Yc-rk Ins. Co New York
I:. !..-.n.-e Fire Ins. Co Philadelphia
H"t-n Ins. Co Massachusetts
In. Co. State of Illinois ... RockforJ. Ill
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. ... Connecticut
Mutual Life Ins. Co
Mutual BaneCt Life Ins. Co. . New Jersey 1
IF VOU DONT STOP
ILL HAVE TrlEi
put l ww wr r-
FOR REST ROOMS.
FOR RE XT Modern furnished
at 13ul Second avenue.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms
at 217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 110014
Third avenue; rent reasonable.
FOR REXT Furnished front room,
modern, at 8.2 Nineteenth street.
FOR REXT Modern furnished rooms
for lifrht housekeeping- at 1403 Fourth
FOR REXT Wry desirable large front
room, all modern, at S02 Twenty
FOR REXT Nicely furnished large
front room, centrally located, at lo-'O
FOR REXT Furnished rooms and
b'trd at 1205 Second avtnue; modern;
J". piT veck.
F' 'K KENT Two neatly furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 632
FOR REXT Two nlcelv furnished
rooms :or 1 i k li t housekeeping at
ll-'ii Third avenue.
"OR RE; XT Modern furnlFhed room in
piivat.- family, at 104 Twentiein
stree-t. I'hne west 601-T.
FOR REXT A room, with board; mod
ern eo;v-nieiii:.n; ut l-afi Seventeenth
street Piione wet 551-L.
FOR REXT M.-Hlcrn furnished rooms,
with u.c ot piione. at i;2S Fourth
avenue. l'iio:i weal 1721.
FOR REXT Newly furnished, strictly
i iii )derii rooms at 17i)b', Third avenue;
also Kiiula Fourth avtnue.
KOIl REXT A l.irge furnished front
ro(m ln niodrn i.omt; best location.
Address "X. 25," care Argus.
FOK REXT Modern furnished rooms
for liijlit housekeeping; furnace heat,
and phono at J 134 "Third avenue.
.FOR REXT Two modern furnished
rooms, for gentlemen, with or with-
out hoard, tail 2u06 Fifth avenue.
FOR REXT Modern furnished front
room, centrally located. Inquire 1102
Fifth avenue. Phone west 231S-K.
F 'R REXT
Modern furnished rooms,
Kenrlemn. Inquire 123
becona fa venue.
Phone west 21!-K.
FOR REXT Two nlrely furnished front
rooms tirr ladles or gentlemen; all
modern run ve-nlences ; 717 Seven
FOR REXT Furnished frnt room in
private family of two. suitable for
gentleman, ut 1216 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping- ;.t 527 Seventeenth
street; no ohjertions to small children ;
Two furnished rooms for
e. junir. with use of phone
'k!I before 6 p. in. at
1112 Se.orui nvenue.
FOR RENT ..to.le.rn light housekeep
ing ro..rn.; mkI.i and well furnished;
K'.-ud. warm home for man and wife;
at 1110 Sr.uini uvrnue.
V A 'TFTl A uent s wh. solicit or sell
to fanners nnd In small towns, for I
eay side line. Call room 27, MeCul-
lough building. 124 West Third i
street, Davenport. Iowa.
A. E. SHALL1XE Real estate and In
surance. "See Me First." People's
National bank building. 116-118
Eighteenth street. Rock Island. Ill
Omce phone west 1117; residence
phone west 2095.
PLEASANT F. COX r.esl estate and
Insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
fire companies represented. Your pa
tronage solicited. Phones west 22.
and l ew 5172. Office at courthouse.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees'
or any kind of judicial bonds: lodges
and society officers; city, state or L
S gcvernment officials; contractors,
posu.ons of trnt ; in fact, any kind
of bond you want (except oall bonds).
Terms reas u.aole. Hayes 4c Cleave
land. resident managers. Fidelity i;
Deposit company of Maryland.
PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEYS. j
torneys-at-iaw. Office In Rock Island j
National bank building.
EEARLE MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms, 302 and 303 Safety
building. Hock Is. and. 111.
WILLIAM M WALKER Attorney;
general law bur'nees; corporation,
probate and real estate law; 311 Peo
ple's bank building. Phone west 848.
WALKER, INGRAM 4c 8WEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms 200
203, People's National bank building.
M-EN1RY ft M'ENIRY Attorneys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde. banker. Office. Mitchell
& Lynde building.
losy and rorsB.
LOST Saturday, pair of -old-rlmmed
noseglasees. Return to Argus office.
LOST Saturday, gold watch fob, "F. J.
L." engraved on charm. Return to
Hartz c Bahnsen company for re
wsrd. LOPT On Twenty-eighth street, near
Eugene Field school, a small black
purne containing paper money and
change. Reward for return to Argus.
LOST Tuesday night ot Wednesday
morning. Mexican coin pin and four
leaf Cover pin with red set ln cen
ter. Return to Argus and receive re
ward. LOST Will party who four" amber
comb with amethyst setting, lest be
tween Seventh avenue. R. k Island,
ar.d Burtts theatre, Duvenport, please
return it to Argus office? Reward.
G. II. CRARRE.
Establ!'ied m. pi.one 73S.
Smurt tailored a.ilLu an,! rowm for mi
oceas.ons Exclusive and original de-
signs. Advanced styles and perfect fit
fia-anteed. Fancy dressmitkintf- and
tailoring taught, corsets expertly fitted.
So. Putnam building. Davenport, la.
THE ROCK ISLAND
I I YOURSELF J
VAXTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Delivery man; steady work
and food wages for a hustler. Modern
Tea company. 111 Twentiih street.
WANTED Young men to sail goods on
Rock Island passenger trains; long
runs. Apply J. J. Orier, news stand,
Rock Island depot. Rock Island.
WANTED Steamfltters. by Corn Prod
ucts Refining company at Pekln, 111.;
men who can read drawings; trans
portation refunded; union wages.
WANTED Energetic representative to
present high claes attraotlve profit
participating securities to Investors
In your community. Moseley. .Hall
A Co., 512 Harrla Trust Big.. Chicago.
WANTED A district manager to han
dle about SO men. In the sale of good.
Improved, level black Michigan farm
lands; must be an experienced real
estate man and furnish references.
Address P. W. Klintworth, 300 Clark
building. Grand Rapids, Mich.
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade; few weeks completes; wages In
finishing department; tools given; po
sitions waiting; particulars free;
write me today. A. B. Moler. presi
dent Moler System of Colleges, 738
Eoutn Wabash avenue, Chicago.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A girl at Baker s laundry.
WANTED A good washerwoman; ap
ply 1714 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A maid at the Rock Island
lioiiEe. Apply at once.
WANTED A good cook; apply to Mrs.
Burr, Rock Island arsenal.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at 1524 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general
work at 27S6 Sixth avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at 610 Fourteenth street.
WANTED Waitress and dishwasher
for boarding bouse; $021 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at 1218 Second avenue. Phone
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework: only experienced
need apply; good wages; 485 hi Sev
WANTED Swedish tutor (lady prefer
red), to give private lessons. Address
"C. IL," care The Argus.
WANTED Ambitious women to solicit.
Salary proposition. Call 1811 Thirty
eighth street. C. A. Granere.
WANTED A competent girl to do gen
eral housework; must have references.
Apply 613 Twenty-third street.
WANTED A competent girl t do gen
eral housework: good wages. Phone
west 142H-L; 2209 Seventh avenue.
WANTED By refined middle aged lady,
position as housekeeper. Address
"X. 44," general delivery. Rock Is
land. WANTED G'.rl about 17 years old to
do general housework. Apply between
1 and 6 p. m. at 638 Thirty-eighth
WANTED Young lady, to do billing, by
local factory; one with some office
experience preferred. Address "Fac
tory Manager." care Argus.
WANTED MALE AND FEMALE.
WANTED You to earn 38 to 312 week
ly at home during spare time mailing
circulars. For particulars, send lu
cents, which we return when you be
gin work. William A. Drosie com
pany, 474 J 16. Trumbull avenue, De
WANTED Men and women solicitors
for p.ock Island and surrounding
towns: steady work. Why not lie
your own boss? The work Is pleas
ant and profitable; 81.75 a day guar
anteed, and commission. Our agents
are making 13 to 16 per day. For
particulars, write "J. C. Krane," care
WANTED At once.
Phone west S95-Y.
WANTED To buy second hand patent
dump wagon. Phone west 6sl.
WANTED Lace curtains laundered at i
1541 Twenty-fifth street. Phone west
WANTED To buy a houseboat; address ;
Mrs. lierbert, 526 H Sixteenth street, j
esr call at same number.
WANTED Three or four unfurnished
rooms or small flat, with heat, close
ln. Address Box 458, city.
WANTED Orders for Springfield coal,
$3.5u per ton, delivered. Phone west
1314-X. J. A, McDonald. 620 61.
WANTED An lcht-room modern
house to sell or trade for smaller
house. Inquire at 625 Thlrty-flfta
WANTED To buy, furniture and
' stoves; will pay tbe highest price for
second hand goods. Call Kniff &
Kcsen, Molina. Phone east T5L
WANTED Plain and fancy sawing by
competent young woman; work done
at your own home or called for. Phone
west 636-T. or call at 627 Twentieth
WANTED To rent, an eight-room mod
ern house containing bath, living
room, back and front stairs, and located
near car line, preferably the Long
View loop. Send location, description
and price to "C Q. D" care Argus.
ABSTRACTS OP TITLE.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
P.ock Island Title & Abstract com-
Sany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
weeney. eecretary: 200-103, second
floor. People's National bank bulid
itg. Rock Island.
MADAM SORETTA Celebrated palm-
gives aavioe on a,i anairs or lire, ;
love, business, law, wills, speculations I
ar.d family affairs. Call and consult j
j SLPERFLVOCS hair ar.d moles on face
and arms permanently removed wltn i
I r, - a, .a l ,iAA . . . ,r .
I Klttredge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats. Brady
street, Davenport. Old phona 8188.
AUG US. TUi-loDAY. L
I JUST8 MINUTE CONDUCTOR. !-LOOK I I I 1 T
1 t(S THIS 5NTS TOP CCRT-POCKET BUT- I
V RNO YOU WIU HEHHS BEN L ) I
FOR SALE: CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SAL.E A arenuine bargain In a
nice home, located in the central por
tion of city. Here is the chance to
get Just the home you have been
dreaming about. Eot 60x150; eight
room house; hot water heat. gas. elec
tric light, cement floor basement:
near all car lines. Address "Snap,"
FOR SALE New modern s'x-room
house at 1411 Forty-first street;
cheap If taken at oncv.
FOR 8ALE Good built eight-room
hocse; olty water, gas and sewer; cor
ner lot, 81x150; 1601 Thirty-fifth
street. Rock Island. 111.
FOR SALE Lot 4, block . Wallace
Grove. Rock Island. Address May
Rennie. care John Deere Plow com
pany, Bloomington, 111.
FOR SALE1 Good building lot tn Lin
coln court: facing Seventeenth street;
120 feet deep. 45 feet front, 62 h feet
middle, 7s feet rear. Phone West
FOR HAI.K Lots ln Se neuermanc's fifth
addition. Seventh street aDd Fifteenth
avenue; payments 5 per mouth.
Call 1700 Kixth street. Old puons
FOR SALE Two good building lots on
Eighth-and-a-half avenue, between
Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth
streets, with terrace and cement side
walks. Phor.e 587-X.
FOR SALE Five-room, all modern two
etory house on Fourteenth street; 10-mlr.utes-
walk from court house. Ad
dress House," care Argus.
FOR SALE Pretty and modern bunga
low, ln fine locality, with splendid
view cf arsenal and Mississippi; an
unbelievable bargain; investigate. Ad
dress "Bungalow," care Argus.
FOR SALE On monthly payments, new
strictly modern seven-room house lo
cated In the Mclnnis Bros, addition.
Also some choice lots; will build to
suit buyer. Phone west 1S34-Y.
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
ttt sores of ground, with well and
eisiern: iorteu one blocs from car I
Jlne; will sacrifice If Bold before Sept.
SO. Address "S. G. 8 .'" care Argus.
FOR SALE An elegant new eight
room residence, newly decorated, ev
ery modern convenience, tine loca
tion, paved street, high, dry, close
street car; good neighborhood. Ad
dress "X.." care Argus.
FOR SALE Cheap, a nve-rocm house,
wltr furnace. t?s light, and aewer;
large lot, cement walks; one block
from Long View park; a paying in
vestment; owner Don-resiaent. Ad
dress "L. U. 50." care Argus.
FOR SALE Lots In South Height
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth rin Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; 325 down, balance ln five
years. K. W. Iloblnsun, 1464 Rich
mond street. Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE A well located, thorough
ly modern eight-room house; polish
ed eiak floors in every roc-:n; electric
light and gas and hot water heat; can
be-bought at a bargain; owner leav
ing city. Addresa "liorae," care Ar
gus. FOR SALE New modern two-storv st
room house, with large reception hail 1
and bath, at Thirty-iirst street ami j
Tenth avenue; good place to rent I
rooms t'r Augustana rtudents; vacu- ;
um heat, elee-tric lights and gas:. oak i
finish down sti.ivs, yeiiow pine finish.
up stairs. ln.iuire 3113 Tenth ave- I
FOR SALE The following Rock island
real estate is for tale at reasonable
pru . s.
Two eight-room houses, all meidern.
Six-room house, modern,
f ive-room houte, with well and cis
tern. Fine seven-room house, all modern.
1611 Twenty-fourth-and-a-half St.
STATED MEETING OF TRIO
lodSe No. a 7. A. F. & A. M Is
Id on the first Thursday of
each mor.th. Special for work
E. A. degree. Saturday. Feb.
8 at 7.30 p. m. visiting brethren are
cordially invited. By order of I,. E.
Hemenway. W. M.; W. B. Pettit, sec
retary. BUFORD POST,
243. G. A.
regularly em the second and fourth
Saturday evenings of each month at
7:30 in Memorial hall at the court
house. W. M. Johnston, commander;
E. H. Buck, adjutant.
It's the height of folly to 6rve
your guests with our delicious
ICE CREAMS AND
FANCY CAKES -
OUR HEART MOULDS OF
ICE CREAM AND INDI
VIDUAL HEART SHAPE.
FANCY CAKES ARE JUST
Ornamental heart shape place
cards are aiso very nice.
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Phor.e West 1ES.
- lLi.li'CAiix ii iu.
Drawn by 1M. IMyer
no 6utts aaooT itJ
CF Tt3U GO RT
TrilS STATION .'!!
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A horse; 1.100 pounds; in
quire 1600 Fourth street.
FOR SALE Gas stove. $6; Ice box. II.
Inquire 1622 Fourtsenth-and-a-haif
FOR SALE French toy poodle, male,
age 7 months. Party leaving city.
Inquire 2327 Fourth avenue.
FOR BALE One two-seated surrey;
also a phaeton and delivery aute;
good condition. Phone west 425.
FOR SALE Lunch counter doing prof
itable business; splendid looaHon.
Apply corner Twenty-fourth street
and Fifth avenue, after 6 p. m.
FOR SALE One Art Garland heater In
good condition, 110; also email wood
stove, 12; ice box, S3. Phona 587-X.
FOR SALE Whtta Orpington cocker
els. Kellerstrof strain; Phtlo system
raised. J. T. Patterson. Coal Valley,
FOR' SALE A large alxe (manure)
wagon box ln good condition. Inquire
1700 Sixth street. Phona old west
FOR SALE Violin,
old. eood as new
cost ISO. 11 years
ln answering state
your price. Address
FOR SALE Twelve lots on Eighteenth
avenue, between Thirty-first and Thirty-second
streets. Inquire 1701 Thir
FOR SALE One pen buff Wyandotts;
also white Wyandott cockerels. H. G.
Spitznas, Twenty-fourth street road.
South Rock island.
FOR SALE Two extra nice bedroom
suites, dining room set, rugs; very
reasonable if taken at once. Apply
"X. 4 4," general delivery, Kock Is
land. I FOR SALE White Plymouth cockerels.
heavy bone, cho4oe exhibition and util
ity stock, line bred from record lay
ers and grand winners; I need the
room and will give you some rare
bargain; esgs for hatching. Phone
west 47 or 1S06-L. Dr. O. M. Myers,
1900 Twelfth avenue.
FOR SALE LANDS.
-62 H acre Improved farm.
C. G. Miller, Route
1. Albany, 111.,
FOR SALE Nine and a half acres land,
one mile southwest of Milan. W. R.
Glngles, 515 Twenty-second street.
FOR SALE Goed South Dakota land;
foreclosure quarter; some improve
ments: 318 for quick cash, time on
part, good Investment: write for de
scription. Box 305, Higlimore, S. D.
FOR SALE 120 acres fine farm land,
one and a half miles from railroad
town, in Wood county, Wisconsin;
will sell on good terms. Inquire of
Dave Hehncidinan, 1117 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Thlrteen-acre Improved
farm; good five-room Bouse, and barn,
well and cistern; also all kinds of
fruit trees; a fine place; on easy
terms: near Davenport; cheap. Trl
City Real Estate, 84 McManus build
FOR SALE Houses, lota Flna flve
sto suburban property, twelve-room
brick house, 36.000. Five room cot-tni,-e,
tnree-fourthr. acre land. 11.000
Five room cottage, three-f ourths
aero land, 3S0O. Terms on part if
wanted. Barulns. C. H. Dibbern &
Son. Milan, 1:1.
FOP. SALE Or trade, my 40-acre un
improved farm ln Oregon, close to
river; can be irrigated arid tripled In
vain ; i:i the oil district and in fines:
fruit country in the world; fine ln-
' s'.ment Tor home; will trade for
P.ock i-iand city property. R. P. Gal
biauh, t)2s First avenue, city.
FOR SALE Eight-acre farm, with
eight-room house, big barn, shed. Ice
house, two wells, good cellars under
houeo, 600 grape plants, so fruit trees;
good place for chicken raising; ore
half mile south of Eighteenth avenue
on Twenty-seventh street Inquire at
1601 Thirty-fifth street. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Apple orchards; do not buy
an apple orchard until you have read
our lci-page book on that subject
and "How to Test a Land Invest
ment." sent free cn application.
Hayes & Hayes; 40 years' experience;
200. OuO acres sold without a dollar
iuss to any customer; 312-313-314
Safety building. Rock Island, 111. .
FOR SALE 2.500 acres of high and
healthy upland in northwestern Ten
nessee; fine for fruit or stock or gen
eral farming; laige timber cut eft;
plenty of springs and clear running
running water; will grow corn, grain,
grasses and tobacco; price only it an
acre; easy terms. McMath & John
ston. 414-415 Excha-nge building,
FOR SALE Canada lands. You can
make a fortune now by investing In
Canada lands. Every year a big raise
ln value. Hundreds from this state : ceased.
are making money In Canada. Own- i The undersigned having been ap
ers who r.oid title deds to 20.000 ' pointed administrator ot the estate of
acres e.f the best wheat lands ln Sas- Catherine K. Gale, late erf the county of
k.itchewan will sell 10.0 'U acres dl- R,, k Island, state of Illinois, deceased.
rrct trj private purcnaser or syndicate
on rr.eiOeraie aiiui payment, ana eigm
annual payments. wouia aiso sell
single sections. 6oIl biack loam with
ciav subsoil; from three to 15 miles
from railroad; land mostly open, bal
ance covered by small poplar. Write
at once to "Owner Canada Land,
I. SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eln
1 : arson, graduated SwedlBh masseuse,
1 gives treatment ln private homes.
' I Phone west S23-L. Address 618 Thir-
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
tnd cla.iras collected. V7lilia.m M.
V, aiker. lawyer, 811 Peoples Bank
O I HENRY
GAETHJE Propr.etor Chip
piannock nursery. Cut Mowers a.-id
aesiens of ail UndE. Citv store. 16J.
Second avenue. Phone 1110.
CONTRACTORS AND BCII.nF.RS.
!viiiiaiii VoiJs C,
; ' buiLDKiui
! Manufacturers of tsasr.. Doors, Bl.nds
j and Stairs. Interior finish of ail kinds.
I Hardwood Veneer Flooring and deai
I ere in Glasa 311 and ZZi E.g.. teen in
SSTO KlSll EXCUSE j
A IF. ST YEAR'S 1 1 rZfP'M
tickets ; r J;?!? m 9
Guardlan-a Sale, of Heal Estate.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the probate court, at the January
term. A. D. 1913.
In the matter of the application of
James R. Hutchinson, guardian of John
w . Hutchinson, a minor, to sell real es
tate of said minor.
By virtue of an order and decsee of
the probate court of said Rook Island
county. 111., made on the petition of the
undersigned, James B, Hutchinson,
guardian of John W. Hutchinson, a
minor, for leave to sell the following
described real estate of said minor at
the January term, A. D. 1913, of said
court, and which order and decree was
entered on Jan. 11, A. D. 1913, the un
dersigned will, on Tuesday, Feb. 18, A.
D. 1913, between the hours of 10 o'clock
tn the forenoon and four o'clock in the
afternoon of said day, to-wlt, at the
hour of 8 o'clook In the afternoon, ex
pose for sale at publlo vendue at the
east door of the court house ln the olty
of Rock Island, ln said county and
state, to the highest and best bidder or
bidders, the following described real es
tate, being the property of said minor,
The undivided one-eleventh (1-11) of
the northwest quarter ( ) or section
thirty-four (34). (except Ave acres, a
strip of even width oft the east end of
the north one-half of said northwest
quarter): also all that part of the north
east quarter of the northeast quarter
of section thirty-three (38, lying and
being east of tbe public highway as
now running through said tract of land
bounded as follows: Beginning at the
northeast corner of said tract, running
thence west along the section line
twenty-six (26) feet, thence In a south
westerly direction jlght hundred and
sixty-nine (869) feet , to a point two
hundred and eighty-three (288) feet
west of the east line of said tract;
thence south five hundred and twenty
(520) feet; thence east two hundred and
eighty-three (2S3) feet to the section
line; thence north along said section
line to the place of beginning, contain
ing six and 22-100 acres, more or less,
all ln township sixteen (16) north,
range one (1) west of the 4th P. M., and
containing in all one hundred and sixty
one and 22-100 acres, more or less, ln
Rok Island county, Illinois, and all sub
ject to the right of dower of J. L. Long
therein and thereto; terms of sale, cash
on approval of sale by said court.
Dated this 11th day of January, A. D.
1918. JAMES R. HUTCHINSON,
Guardian of John W. Hutchinson, a
Walker, Ingram 4b Sweeney, solicitors
Estate of Peter Auers, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate
of Peter Auers, late of the county
of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby give notice that they will
appear before the prcbate court of Rock
Island county, at the probate court
room, ln the city of Rock fx land, at the
May term, on the first Monday ln May '
next, at wnicn time ail persons having
claims against said 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 24tl day of January. A. D.191S.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK,
Estate of Frita W. Voigt, deceased.
The undersigned having beer ap
pointed administrator o-f the estate
of Fred W. Vuight, late of the county
of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby give notice that they will
appear before the probate court of Rock
island county, at tiie probate court
room, in the city cf Rock Island, at the
May term, en tlje ,irst Monday In May
next, at which time all persons having
claims fiKalnst said estate are notliied
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the seme adjusted. All per
sons indebted to said eitate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
Da'c.l iM'n day of January. A. D.191S.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS HANK.
Notice of Special Meeting.
To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that a special
meeting of the stockholders ef the
Horf.t .ft Strleter company, a corporation '
duly organized and existing under the, i
laws of the state of Illinois, with ltsi
principal place of business at 1417-1423
Second avenue. Rock Island, 111., will :
be held on the 24th day of February, I
A. D. 1913. at the hour of 9 a, m., at the
office of said company, at said 1417-14-3;
Second avenue. Rock Island, III., fier the i
purpe.se e.f voting upon thej increase of !
the capital stock of said corporation i
from ten thousand (tlo.OoO) dollars to '
twenty thousand (320.000) dollars and
of Increasing the number of shares of
the capital stock of said corporation
from one hundred (100) to- two hun
Dated at Rock Island, 111., this 22nd
day of January, 1S13.
HENRY W. HORST.
HENRY T. HORST,
M. E. HTRIETER.
of Catherine E. Gale,
hereby gives i. ot.ee that he will at.pear
before the probate ceurt f Rock Is
land cejunty, at tne probate court r"om,
in the city of Rn:k Island, at the April
term, on the first Monday ln April next,
at which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for the puprpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons
Indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment to the under
signed. Dated 6th day of February, A. D. 1912.
J. VV. MAXWELL.
Estate of Gertrude E. Hodgson, de
ceased. The under.-ia-ned having been ap
pointed .xeciit'T of tr.e h.st will and;
7ur"',vJ;;rl;:fH"i!ae prairie; 400 acres Is black rich
Illinois, deceased, hereby Kives notice
,1.... v.. u-. 1 1 i.r,..e.-ir l.ef.re. the ion. n.
IS Bell. Judge of the proba''- eo irt of j
Ro-k Island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock island, at the I
' April term, e.n the first Monday in April i
, t which time all persons haying.
leinlriv Mainn said estate are r,'rtlti-,ij
! ;i.ni r"ju sted to attend for the purpose
.r.r invnt the same ao iu-i u. " i
sons In'ieniea 10 ne. ." , ,
t'lu Me-d to mage imnmi-.r i".'
i i.-..h Axv nt February.
V. li-L-IA.-'l M. ... ....
1 MADAM SOREKAA urty years ex
1 t.erier.ce; gives advtce in a':Sti'islners
rnetters; remember, the gyp. Its are
the enly race of people born w 1th a
I natural gift to read your fortune; 419
Wttst Third street. Davenport.
On Live Stock
All at Johnny Jones
304 Best Bnilding
Phona West 177.
Open Every Evening.
CUT RATE LOAN CO.
WE have tha complete list of vary
vacant house or room ln th tri-olties.
It wont oost you one cent to see. tola
list. Sammerfield's, 111-U.6 Baat Sec
ond street, Davenport.
GASOLINE' TAN Kg AND PUMPS.
BOWSER underground outfits) front IS
and up (800,000 ln use). F. M. King,
agent, itiift intra avenue, xtock is
land, liL A-none west iobi. n.
Bury your gasoline: lfa safer.
A TARIFF COMEDY.
Spain Finally Won In tfte "Cas ef tho
Every British captain csJBaff at
Spanish porta la familiar - with the
"case of the ncrew propeller." Tbe
story Is told for the benefit of lands
men ln Mr. G. IT. B. WarrTa Tb
Truth About Spain:' "The steel acrew
of a cargo steamer which traded with
Bilbao and other northern ports .was
ilamaired beyond repair dnrfnp a rough:
voyage. The vessel was beached, pend
ing the arrival of a new propeller from
"At Last, when the steamer was abont
to sail, the captain was in forme! that
he had to pay auty for putting
ashore a mancfactnrel article name
ly, the 'Bcrapped' or broken propeller.
The cr.ptaln protested and offered to
urop It Into the bus, bnt tbe officials
were obdurate. They seized the ship
and demanded payment. The captain
declined to ease tbe tension by the
ustomcry bribe and complained to the
3rltlsh foreign office.
The duty was returned, bnt the
captain was warned to be very careful
ibont contraband, and for several voy-
ipes nothing occurred. Several months
i:iter some slight Inaccuracy in the
Vulp's papers and the declaration of
eargo gave the exclicnien their chance,
mid the vessel was not allowed to
'"ave until a heavy fine, corresponding
o the original propeller duty, was
:iald.- , ,
An attack of the grip Is often follow
ed by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy has been ex
tensively used and with good success
for the relief and cure of this cough.
Many cases have been cured after all
other remedies had failed. Sold by
all druggists. (Adv.)
640 acre farm located two miles
from Waller, Texas, on tbe main line
of the Southern Pacific railroad; good
natural drainage; 15 acres timber, bal-
hog-wallow land tnat Will produce tni
b:j corn and grain crops; balance dark
loam; all fenced and cross-fenced; Im
provements consisting of 18-room
house; barn 40x40; also 13-room house
and three weels.
Most oi tne iarmers in mis section
j or uiej exjuiiLry are iiurmeru ineu aim
are holding their land at twice tbe
prce asked for th!s one.
This is a bargain at 130 per acre,
IE. a. Anderson
609 42nd Street, Rock Island.
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