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Arfus Branch Office
For the tccommudntlon of lia pulmni
la van mis irn or the city. The Argue
lias established a syatam of branch of
fices, where subscriptions and wtnl ad
vertising may be received and aay In
formation left that may prtain ti anv
Cfirimfnl of tlio paper. nes or bual-
rese It U a's.i pUnoxl to have at Nell
of these branch ofTlces very evening a
supply cf foplii of The Argua of the j
iv. mn mat any euos noer wno may
iava failed under any circumstances to
receive hla paper, will ba supplied free
Tha Arui' rhsln of branca offices
lnc'udee the following:
3. J. V.lpp'e notion store, 450. Fifth
H. E. Rowc'a pharmacy. 411s Four
Rlesa drug atora. Twenty-seventh
a(ret. eleventh mnun.
I. 'llam-yer's drug atora. Eleventh ave
ttui. Fifteenth mrm
Oeortre W. Mlllhouse. confectionery.
0 Fourth ivrnui
Mn. London notion atora. Bavanth
t-.et Fourteenth avenue
Helmbeck's pharmacy. V2X Third ave
nue Benger'e g rocery.
"lodrt drug atora
aan nrtn avenue
College pharmacy Seventh
no ihinv eigh'h etreet.
Olaon grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Utelner frur store, corner Fifth ave
nue nnd Twent v. third "treat.
ron iiEr itotEi.
VK ItF.XT Fight -room do,n... house
ut V"i S-vinte-nth str-et. Inuulre
I6I Ninth avenue
FOR RENT Four-room
nl ntv wr.ter !
tleverith nvenue. or j.hfirie
1'R RENT M.leru house at
Nineteenth mri. Imiu'te W
Rues, lni.4 Twini y-sei-nnd street
FtK RENT Fix-room loo -ern
ex. e, heal. ;it 1 il.. s
Illie llitile 1431 t;ev,.,:tl,
FOR RENT Model 1, sever;
hot WMter heat; rl.-se
horhood. Inumrt ..
IVK RENT Modern nine
In good condition, ne.n- ,
r iiutl,le. Inquire f.l; '
. fine neigh-
- 1 1 rl HVenue.
1' Tne. rent
1 v 1 my -alx tu
lfiR RENT MkM-mt h"u-e. 1043
'I went v-eeecud .tree' . n 'no,.o n ni.
proveme.nt. niost deligiitful ntion
In the r-itv F K Rhuad". Mil R.pliln
FOH HF.T FLATS.
FOR T'.ENT A modern n'x-rootn flit:
I'lOU Twenty-rirst street. inuulr' l'hll
Twentieth street. j
FOR RENT Modern steam l.eatod flata
HI Twenty-seventh strict Inquire'
any real eatate dealer, or phone north
FOR RENT An opsin is u -flat,
with all modern coniet.ien.
r."K Sixteenth street Appl t,i
1 T I 4
FOR RENT Flats of five rooms: all
modern; tlH per month; at 126 Fifth- I
and-a-half avinuc. Mis. C. L Walk-
er. rtione west n&s-Y.
run rtr,. i i.nrg lo.ir-rieon icrmt-ri
ed flat, on ground floor; la'e prnir '
closets, use of hnliiToom. ' .
on iiir line In :o. . -r . ! i ' I -1 : nnd
good loca!'. f urnin t i :r';'.i'
ed price ' h Month Audi,-
' Klst ." ca re I he A i g u
FOH HENT MI KI.I.AKOl S.
FOR RENT One douhle ,'oe
after March 1 coiner Elh'..
t il Third ateiiue. god i .irn i
house Included Ar.pl J E
restaurant. Isle tfemnd aen.ie.
west I. ".:!.
FOR RENT- A sp
;. of ouf
'! .1 floor li
ttler twr or
'ii I" ii'im
side ofih e room on s o
' he Rohlnsi mi toil Id . c
t h t ee room. W'.ti; :..t- i
J. 1 Ht, one ol two I T 1 ' i r
1 K I. bonds. I "ii Rol.ini
LOST AMI l ot n.
l.i 1ST .1'ip niiT.k miil". on ieii
i ., Molol.l, IifteMt 1 'l-'li.Pi
Art is and re.-ie line:.1 iwiii.l
I.OST- Mn Twent -eighth
Eilge,r Field S'-hOOi. a
sicili 1.1. . k
pornc containing pupi
III- ille 11 1. d :
Reward for leturr. to Argus
l.'iSl edhesiln e-. l.ir.K . ! ' S in d
a'- h and fob. humor IH" ;, s leis
ic.e.K college anl '-12 1::-: i.wiiue
Re'.i-n t. Argus ar.d rece''e n-niinl
l.osr - I ket and cha n.
inoiriic between fxiteei.t
!n ,' :, avenue a.. I ii'i'i-
' -Vls Rrt'irn to Arg i r
I ew .1 I d
i e: and
I i M N' 1. -tween Twenty-seror-d
'Yw -nM litrd streets on lenth aw- ,
ice. a c . Id neckpiece Owner rt-ay
I -!.:i. e by ca'.ilng at The Aik-us
p .. . ;t. a for t hii" ad and id' nt fy-
ri.Airt oiAKiT. j
MTDAlirrXRKKAA Fifty years' ex- 1
perlence; gives advice In all bualneaa i
matters, remember, the gypsies are
the i-nlv race of people born with a
I stursl gift t" read our fortune; 411
est Ttnra etreet ifii.
PSVeioLoUICAL SPINAL ADJI ST-
MENTH given in your home, private.;
bv expert aajuaier. an"i i. j.
Rox 4.1 .. Rock Island.
CELtrlSS Ee E-.!-
r:?'i Eighteenth Street,
("'he Rest Is the Cheaptst )
FIR E INSURANCE.
American Ins Co Newark. N
American I'nion Ins. Co..
Apr. cultural Ins. Co
h e rmt rs' In" t'o
i"ity f New York Ins Co.
Reliance Fire Ins. Co....
l: ir.m Ins. Co
Ins. Co State of Illinois ...
Connecticut Fire Ins Co. ..
M itual Life lr.s. Co
Mutual Ueni.ni Life Ins. Co.
. . . . New York
... York I'a.
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IS SORRY THAT
I "WT HOOXS. WASTTED MALE HELP. FOR SALE CITY FRAPEHTT. FOR S a I .FV S CELLA Jl BO U 8. LEGAL.
jKO' RKXT-MortT!i furnished room at
-.1 I weirth St reel.
Modern furnished rooms
f(K R F.ST Light housekeeping moms
1 a 217 !xteentn street.
PF.XT Modern furnished room.
"ally Jo'i.:-i Inquire KS Sec
FOR RENT Verv desirable lame front
r ""n ail modern, at 502 Twnty
FOR RENT Furnished rooma and
board at 12! Second avenue; modern;
t'i per week.
FOR RFJNT Light housekeeping rooms,
v Uh bath, modern xi'fpt heat, at
!4I Tlilrd evr.i!. Phone went 202T.
FOR RENT- One larg furnished front
room, modern, uc of phone, at 725
FR RENT Two strictly modern fur
nished room? for light housekeeping;
at 1 Fifth aei.ii-.
Ff'R IM.NT Four larjce rooma on sec
ond floor, jmrtly moilern, rent cheap.
Ir.ijulre f. 2 7 N cHi street.
FOR RENT Modern light housekeep
ing; ni.d Hleej.jng rooms, furnace heut,
at 2321 hourih avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room.
S'lltatile for Krntlernnn. Jnriulre I22S
Peeond avenue. I'hrme west 2189-K.
FOR RENT (me largo furnished front
room. suitali- for two Inqulte 1H23
bixtt. avenu", or ltni Second avenue.
IOR RENT Modern furnished
room. -entrnlly l."uted; ue of
I'' 17"2 Filth avenue. Fhoi.e
F 'R RENT Two furnished rooms fov
IlKht lifusekee-i i.g. on first floffr:
. er, water and ax; at 7ua Fourth
1 Ft R RENT. MMern furnished rooms
I for liKhi housekeeping. ue of laun-
j dry ; references reiu!red; 1UC Second
FOR RENT Strictly modern furnished
front r'.om. one or two gentlemen.
Inquire I). "4 Second venue. I'hoane
FOR RENT Furnished roo(-s for light
hounekcepmtr at l?7 S cnteeuth
street; no objections to smull children;
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
sur a hie cor two. with tiourd. also un
of mini. euitahV l'.-v au'.o, 1K'2 Sec
ond HVenue. WrM llSS-Y.
FOR RENT A well
room ele'Trl. Ilirlil
;ot find cold vn- I
l.-r Iniuliirv 10 ruimi hot wufer I t. I
r lor lulu; noni across the -t reel; ,
Seven' ;tn street. l'hone 1 IV7-X.
WAMF.U MIMELLAKOl'S. I
W A N i'l .1 ' 1 .ace curtains laundered at i
14! Twent v-f:fth street, l'hone west
eht h ii TIL
swlng at 2' 17 Pev
Shlrt waists from iO
I: t a l; l up
j w. NT! :I '
' liny sec-rid hand house
fair prnes. S J Baker.
1 etlst Kill
WANT El 1
four or five unfurnished
c i:.iir tiy two rown per-
'! noun 147::-y.
WANTED To buy. furniture and
stoves; will pay the highest price for
second uund gods. Call Knfff aY
Ri sen Molme Phone east 701.
WANTED Hipht-st prices paid for all
kinds of household goods furniture.
M"es. em-pet, ef fall wes 217. or
call at 1 .''.,' Second avenue S. Fryer, i
WANTED Plain and fancy sewing by
......... ....?. va foe Ohe
est 'i.s;-Y. or cull at L27 Twentieth:
A lndv roomer rs compan-
,,..,, u , i iw woman good
for r:Kl. p-trty; within three
..r lVo,etm.,ti hin'iimir A d -
M M. care Argus
WANTED- To rent, an cTght-room mod-
ern ho ise roi.tslnlng batn. living
r. om back sr.d front sta rs. and located '.
near car IH-e. preferably the Long:
View loop s nd location, description i
and price to "C. V. D.. care Argus.
Vn ir g married couple 1 wlth-
hcdreri nslris to secure one or
ifl p'ensan- rcotiis eitiier furnished
r ur.f.irnisi.i-d . s-irtoundtrgs must be
I asaiit and refned and In a private
I on.- rooming h'-ise need not apply;
i .m furnish the let reference. Ad
iVfSS J II. R ." cHre Argus
WANTED You to list "ur houses and
wiin the Rock Island Husiness
Mens ange. cor-.er Third avenue i
aid S venteent h street. We can In-!
. ni" trnis fi r louses and rooms;
els.' har some roms for rent; some
n. .uses sr.d lot in different pans of
!--,, cit for sale. .,iso a comt'lnation
"t'-re of g-.i' erti-s and meat d"lr.:
rood business. Give us
1'nor.e west 254
PLEASANT F. COX rteal estate and
lr.aurnr.ee. Loans a specialty. Beat
rre companies represented. Your pa
tronage solicited Phones west 23.
and new 6172. Office at courtf.ouae.
WE WILL BOND VOL' Executors, ad
ministrators, guardians, trustees'
or any k.nd of Judicial bonds: lodges
and society officers: city, state or L.
8. government officials; contractors,
posit. ons of trust. In fact, any kind
of bond you want texcept oall bonda.
Terms reasonable. Hayes A Cieave
lar.d. resident managers. Fidelity A
I'epom company of Maryland.
' rSXATS, BVTTOSS. PLEATING!.
DAVENPORT PLEATING. BUTTON A I
NOVELTY CO l'hone 731; $10 So.
Putnam building. Davenport, Iowa.
Felt penrants. tiag. monograma ptl-
low covsrs. etc.; accordevn nd knits
pleat. ngs. I'wn 2cyardandup. Buttons
cored in plain and colored Ivory
rims, iruui ivc uosen up. Dress forma
hu.io.Li: -t.aria ss.
AKE vou look r, c for a ho ise or vacant
roo::..- Then ioni in and see our'
i'.ft. Nearlv every vacs fit house !n ,
the tri-c!'.te listed with u. No
c. arses Si.tn -rierrteld s. 113-lli East
Second street. Davenport, Iowa. 1
THE HOCK ISLAND
KE DISTURBED THE
WANTED Boy over 16 at 1-jlO Third
WANTED Boy a at Rock Island Saah
& Door Worki.
WANTED A cooper
Oll ond avenue, upstairs
WANTED Experienred delivery ho?-,
at once. I:rady Grocery company,
700 Twelfth street.
WANTED Boy in wall paper depart
ment: must be 1 years old or over;
g-ood opportunity. Young & ilc-
WANTED Peveral first class toolmak
ers. Rock Island Manufacturing com
pany. Second street and Fourteenth
WANTED Toung men to sell goods on
Rock Island passenger trains: long
runs. Apply J. J. (ir-ler news stand.
Rock Island depot. Rock Island.
WANTED Bteaznfitters. by Corn Prod
ucts Refining company at Pekin. I1L;
men who can read drawings; trans
portation refunded; union wages.
WANTED Toung man. be a barber: I
teacli you quickly, cheaply, thorough
ly, and furnish tools; 1 give you ac
tual shop work and you keep half the
receipts, write for catalogue. A. B.
Moler, president Moler college. Chi
AMBITIOT'S young men. with good edu
cation, have no better opportunity to
prepare themselves for the battle of
life than learnlne to be newspaper
reporters. An opportunity may be
hau by addressing "A. B. C," care of
WANTED Solicitors; without experi
ence; you can make IIS weekly ad
vertising and distributing our toilet
preparations: steady work; no capital
required. Premier Soap & Tniiet
company. Dept. 8, Desplalnes and Ly
dla. Chicago, 111.
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Girl, at Wright's restaur
ant; 1603 Second avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at 1524 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Competent proofreader;
ply at Argus editorial rooms.
WANTED Four dinins room girls: ap
ply Janes restaurant, 181U Second av
enue. WANTED Competent girl to do general
homework at bSs Twenty-third
WANTED Experienced girl
dressmaker. Apply 322
mpetent erirl to do gen
eral hctseworl': good wages. Fnonc
WANTED A girl to assist with general
housework. Inquire lTl'U Twtnty
WANTED Woman to do washing for
small family. Call at 25 Forty-third
htreet. Rock Island.
WANTED Middle aged lady to do gen
eral housework, two in family. Ap
ply 2f. IS Eighth avenue.
WANTED Girls to work 1n restaurant ;
experience unnecessary. Apply J. W.
J'-ht son. ,t'iS4 Fifth avenue
ANTED A girl to assist with general
housework, no washing. Mrs. o.
Booth. I'uone west tios-Y.
WANTED Energetic lady, one can
vassing for toilet articles preferred.
Address "W.," tare Argus.
WANTED Girl to assist with house
work; small family; no washing. Ad
dress 1119 Seventh avenue.
. t -
to do general house
of two. Mrs. Waiter
Yerbury. 210b Third avenue
WANTED Girl to do general house
w',rk; e 'rk- Ca! Thirty
i e'ghtl. street, between 1 and p. m.
A. 1 t.lJ
Girl about 17 years old to!
i do general housework. Apply between
I 1 and ( D. ni. at 638 V Thirty-eighth
WANTED G'.rl to do folding and as-
s.st in general office work; state age!
wnen applying. Address "A. B ." care
WANTED Competent girl to do gen-
eral houaework In family of three; no
Inquire 741 Twenty-third
WANTED Good chorus leader for choir
work. Phone south 5-R. or address
Box 3Si. East Mollne. State terms
' vtaNTXD Girl or woman living near
Auguetara to take care of baby sev
eral eveulr.gs a week while parents
are out. references required. Address
"M. L P.." car Argus.
WANTED Six neat appearing ladles
for trl-cities to demonstrate and take
orders. I will pay good salary to right
parties Call and see me at K32 Twen
tieth s'reet. from o to $ p. m. Gen
WANTED Position aa chauffeur: can
give good references: have had four
years experience. Address "Chauf
feur." care Argus.
FOR 8.U.E A fire hardware atock do
log a good business For particulars
see Eekhart A Bufum.
f OR BALE Half Interest In clothing
store doing good business, no better
location In trt-cltles; good reasons for
selling. Addreas "L" care Argua.
FOR SALE Restaurant end lunch
room; a good business chance for the
right party; cause of selling, owner
fomg weal. T. A. Lind. Kirkwood,
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts j
and claims collected. i.liam M.
Walker, lawyer. 311 People a Bank
CASOLIE TANKS AND PIMPS.
BOWSER underground outfits from 12-j Manufacturers of &asn. Doors B':nds
and up i8u.Oyo in use-. F. M King. , ar.u stairs, lr.tenor hr.ish of all kinds
agent, lsllt, Third avenue. Rock Is-; Hardwood Veneer Flooring and deai
land. Ill Phone west 2u31 N. B- j tr in Gla.iS- 311 and 323 Eignitviitc
U-ry your gasoline. Its safer. stieet.
AKGUd. 1 UiDAV. MAKCil 7,
GOFFER'S PIPE DREAM !
FOR SALE Eight-room hous: lot 5Bx
168: price. Ji.fiuO; close in: 1310 Eighth
FOR BALE Nr- modern ax-room
house at 1413 'orty-flrst straet;
cheap If taken at onefc.
FOR SAJ.K 9!x-room cottage, all mod
ern, lot 66x140: prloe, J2.7u0, If taken
soon. For particulars, see Eckhart
& Buff um.
FOR BALK rweave lota on Eighteenth
avenue. between Thirty-first and Thirty-second
streets. Lnqulro 1701 Thir
FOR SALE Flve-rOGm cottage, nearly
modern, one block from Long View
park; good location. Address "Sale,"
care of Arg-us.
FOR SALE A modern cottage on Four
teenth etreet. at a bargain. For fur
ther particulars, see Eekhart & Buf
fum, Tttim 14, State bank.
FOR SALE Good building lot In Lin
coln eourt; facing Seventeenth street;
ISO feet deep. o feet front. CZft feet
middle, 78 teat rear. Phone West
FOR SALE Lota In Bcheuermann' a fifth
eodtUoD, Seventh street and Fifteenth
renue; payments $6 per BXitita.
Call 1700 aUxtA a treet. Old pnooe
FOR SALE! Pretty and modern bunga
low. In fine locality, with splendid
view tf arsenal and Mississippi; an
unbelievable bargain; Investigate. Ad-
drms Bungalow, care Argus.
FOR BALE Cheap. five-room bouse,
wltr furnace, gas light, and sewer;
large lot, cement walks; one blocg
from Long view park; a paying in
vestment; owner non-res. dent. Ad
dress "L. M. 60." care Argua
FOR SALE Lota U Bouth HeUhta.
rotrh of Aiken etreot. between
Twelfth rji& Seventeenth streets; on
eb7 terms: S25 down, balance In Ova
yaara. K. w. Kobtnaon. 1464 Run
mood street- Phone west U6S-K.
FOR bALu a well located, thorough
ly modern eight-room house; polish
ed oak floors in every room; electric
ligh t and gas ar.d hot water heat: can
lie bouKht at a bargain; owner leav
inp city. Address "Home," care Ar
FOlt SALE At a.bargain, three lots. I
with a new stx-room house, located
o-u Eiev ntn siroet, car line, in tauuth
Rock Island. Owner mut leuve town
at once. Inquire of William Scliuar
man. real estate ami Insurance, office
171412 Second avenue.
FOR SALE A genuine 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. Lot 0xl6u; eight
room house; hot water heat, gas, elec
tric light, cement floor basement;
near n'.l car lines. Address "onap,"
FOR SALE; The following Rock Island
real estate la for sale at reasonable
Two eight-room houses, all modern,
b'.x-room house, modern.
Five-room house, with well and cis
tern. Fine seven-room house, all modern.
1611 Twenty-fourth-and-a-half St.
LET Fross do your paper hanging. 16
cents a roll: wall -paper at cei,ts a
roll ami up; Twenty-fourth street,
l'hone wst 1K4-K.
I'Olt EXCHANGE Quarter section of
South Dakota land; 123 per acre;
would take stock of merchandise;
nilcht take automobile if good. Box
Si. Hlghmore. South Dakota.
IF YOU WANT to buy, well, trade or
. rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mall and Journal Is
the only paper in Mollne that can do
are popular, and Mail and Journal
are popular, and M-.al and Journal
wants bring results. One-balf cent
per word is the price to all alike,
cash in advance; tv. o-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mail and
Journal, Moline. IU.
tornevs-at-law. Office in Rock Island
National bank building.
7. y.cT. 7l Z
I BEARLE A MARSHALL Lawyers.
I Money to loan on good real estate
aecurity. Rooma. 302 and 103 Salbty
I building. Rock Island, IU.
WILLIAM M WALKER Attorney;
general law business; corporation,
probate and real estate law; 111 Peo
ple's bank building. Phone west
WALKER, INGRAM & 8 WEENET At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms 200
108. People's National bank building.
MENIRT 4 M'ENIRT Attorneys-at-law.
Loan money on good aecurity;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers. Ofbue, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real ea
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Island Title & Abstract com
pany: J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-203, second
floor. People's National bank build
ing. Rock Island.
GIPST Ql'EEN Fifty years experience,
reads your Lfe from cradle to grave,
remember the gypsies are the or,iy
natural born fortune tellers. Call
and cor.s'i't. Don't be mUIed. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. 413 West Third
FREE read:r.g by a dead trance med.
um. teiis pa.-u present, future, all
abo-ut ju-jr tf-ibles. send birth date,
din e Profess-t Eagle, Dept. (. Sag
inaw, Mi t..
CONTRACTOR!- AND BlILDERS.
! CONTRACTORS AND
Singer sewing machine,
1420 Third avenue.
FOR BALE Rhode Island Red single
comb cockerels. G. B. Krapp, Coal
FOR SALE Presto light gas tank, and
one steel range, at z4S .Firth avenue.
Phone west tES.
FOR "AT f One two-seated surrey;
also a phaeton; good condition.
Fhene west 425 .
FOR 6 ALB A good team, wagon and
harness; a snap ir taken soon, tan
Sunday, 3716 Eighth-and-a-half ave
nue. FOR SALE Good Surrey: also sliver-
mounted harness. ued tnree montns.
Apply C L. Thompson, 10 Nineteenth
FOR SALE Buff Pjock eggs, for hatch
ing; II per 16; heavy winter layers.
C. A. Curry. 1020 Twenty-third street.
FOR SALE All my hand-painted china
and china kiln; also nousenoici iiitni
ture; leaving city. Mrs. M. S. Hines, I
B22 Ninth street. I
FOR SALE Hens, and eggs for hatch
ing; single comb Rhode Island Reds.
L. P. Ftrayer. Strayer's Crossing.
South Bock Island.
FOR SALE Shoe stock, on outskirts
of city; a great opportunity; will
trade for city property: sell for cash.
Address "D. B.." care Argus.
FOR SALE Good rubber tired single
bupy. set of single harness, and rub
ber tired, full leather t"p surrey.
Phone S78-X. Rock Island. 111.
FOR SALE One hard coal burner, soft
coal burner, gas stove, kitchen cup
board, and commode, at 723 Fifteenth
street. Call evenings after 5 o'clock.
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE Nine and a half acres land.
one mile southwest of Milan, w. it.
Gingles. 515 Twenty-second street
FOR SALE Good South Dakota land:
foreclosure quarter; some improve
ments; 118 for quick cash, time on
part, good investment- write for de
scription. IJuX, 305, Hlghmore, S. D.
FOR SALE 120 acres fine farm la
one and a half miles from ralli
town, in Wood countv. Wisconsin;
will sell on good terms. Inquire of
Dave Schneldman, 1117 Third avenue.
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
City Real Estate, 34 McManua build
FOR SALEl Houses, lota Fine five
acre suburban property, twelve-room
brick house, J6.000. Five room cot
tage, three-fourths acre land. $1,000.
Five room cottage. three-fourths
acre land. $800. Terms on part if
wanted. Bargalna C. H. Dibbern 6c
Son. Milan. lit
FOR SALE Apple orchards; do not buy
an apple orchard until you have read
our 10o-page book on that subject
and "How to Test a Land Invest
ment." sent free on application.
Hayes & Hayes; 40 years' experience;
ZuO.oOO acres sold without a dollar
loss to any customer: 312-313-314
Safety building. Rock Island. 111.
FOR SALE Sacrifice sale One acre
choice level land, a No. l house, sum
mer kitchen, sheds, large hen house,
plenty of fruit, good well water and
large cistern, when platted, will make
six lots; price, $2.6f.O; party to leave
city; located in South Heights. A F.
Schmld. real estate and Insurance. 2001
Seventeenth street. Phone west 507-1,.
8TATED MEETING OF TRIO
lodge No. A7. A. F. A M . Is
held on the nrst Tnuracay of
each month. Special for work
on E. A, degree, March 13. at
so n m. Vlsltina brethren are cor
dially Invited. By order of L. E.
Hemenway, W. "ML; W. B. Pettlt, sec
retary. BUFORD POST. 148. Q. A. R., meets
regularly on 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.
MAKE me a price on the Eika $2,000
machine, stlil stored at Hofat &
Strleter'a. Address J. R. Cunning
ham. 424 South. Prairie street. Gales
HENRI OAETHJE Proprietor Chlp-
Slannock nursery. Cut flowers and
eslgna of ail AUnda. City atore. lo7
Second avenue. Phone 1110.
SUPERFLUOUS hair and moles on face
and arms permanently removed with
one to six needles. Address Miss A. M.
Kittredge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats. Brady
at met. Davenport. Old phone (1(6.
He Didn't Hush.
"Mamma," queried litt'.e Willie
"what is 'bosh?' "
"Why do jdu ask, dear?" said his
"P-ecause," explained the observing
urchin, "when I asked sister what
made h?r. hair all mussed after her
beau was here this afternoon she said.
'Hush, dear.' "Chicago News.
Deadlier and Safer.
"Iet's send the tzar a bomb conceal
ed in a plum pudding."
"Why not merely t-end him a plum
'pudding?'' suggested the other callous
plotter. "If he eats it our work is
. done and we run no risks." Louisville
If you would rale others live yorr
! 6e!f as a mountain. Fsrrar.
All the news ail
the time The
Notice ef Final Settlement.
Estate of Lena Passtg. deceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned. Catherine Kruegcr. execu
erlx of the estate of Lena Passig. de
ceased, has tills day filed her final re
port ana settlement as such in the pro-
bate court of Rook Island county, and
hearing on said report has been set for
March 7. 191i, at 9 o'clock a m.. at
which time persons interested may ap-
rear and make objections thereto, and
will b anrroved at that time, and the i
undersigned will ask for an order of j
I:,,. Vint nti a .1 . -, 1 I Alan . . . 1 , V. . . '
Rock Island. Ill . Feb. 10. 1913.
Clarence J. Schroeder, attorney.
Estate of Gertrude E. Hodgson, de
ceased. The undersigned havlns: been id-
pointed ex-.'utor of the lust will nnd
testament of Gertrude E. Hodgson, lat.,
of the county of Rock Island, state of '
Illinois, deceased, herehv irives notice :
that he will appear before the Hon. B. ,
S. Bell. Judge of the probate court of!
Rock Island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
April term, on the flm Monday In April
next, at whloh time all persons having .
claims against said estate are notitled '
and requested to attend for the purpose 1
i of having the same adjusted. All per- i
sons Indebted to said estate are re-
quested to make Immediate payment to I
the undrslgnd. i
. w .
Dated 3ith dav of Fshrmrr. AD-
1913. WILLIAM M. HuDGsbN. :
WILLIAM M. HODGSON,
Estate of Joseph Bollinger, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Joseph Bollinger, late of the countv of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will ajvpear
before the probate court of Rock Is
land county, at the probate court room,
in the city of Rock Island at the April
term, on the first Monday In April next,
at which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All per
sons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to the
Dated 24th dav of Februarv, A. D.
1913. JOSEPH BOLLINGER,
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that, at a
special meeting of the stockholders of
i the llorst & Strieter company, an 1111
! inris corporation, with Its principal
! place of business at No. 1417-1423 Sec
jond evvenue. Rock Island. 111., held on
IFeb. i4. A. D. 1 1 3. tit Mie hour of it
j o'clock a. tn.. at the offices of suld com
Ipany, pursuant to due and legal notice
I first Riven, nt which said meeting all
of the capital st.rek of said corporation
was represented. It was voteU by unani
1 nious vote cif all the stockholders of
; said company to increase the capital
.stock of said Horst & Strieter company
I from ten thousand $l'i.060l dollars to
I twenty thousand i $20,000) d'llars. and
'the number of shares, of said capita!
stock from one hundred (!u0 of th'
i par value of one hundred ($100) dollor i
Vr two hundred (20hl of thu par
value of one hundred ($100) dollars
jeacli. and such Increase In capital stock
1 in amount and such Increase In the
number of shares was thereupon made
j Dated at Rock Island. Rock Island
I county. Illinois, this 24tli day of Feb
I ruary. A. D. lvl?,.
I HORST AV STRIETER CO..
By Henry W. Horst. President.
Attest: M. E. .Stricter. Secretary.
To All Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the nn-
idcrsigned. Henry A. Bieirrann. gu't'd
! ian of Minnie A. Blermann. lias tiled
j In the o.'tloe of the clerk of the probate
court of the county of Rock island and
state of IllinoiSj his petition to said
court, at a regular term thereof, to be
held at the court house In the city of
Rock Island, in said county and state.
on the first day of the April term. A
D. 1S13. of said court, befng the sev-
enth day of April. A. I). 1ft 1 3. at which.
time and place said petition will i,e '
heard, asking for an order of said court
(directing the. undersigned. as such
'guardian, to sell the following real es-
i tate belonging fr said minor, or so
! much ther eof as to said court shall
seem to b for the best interest of s;.id
minor, s.tua'ed in the county of Rock
Island and stste of Illinois, and de
scribed as follows, to-wit: Th east
forty (40 1 feet of lot two (2. block
rU- of" MoUne'Th1;1 supp'am?
education of said minor, and for tin-
purpose of Investing such of the pro
ceeds of said sale es .'hall not he im
mediately needed for said support and
ed in. tlo-n. !n other real es.tate. or of
otherwise investing the aaiue, as the
court may direct. ,
Iir..Ml I "i. r I r. I . i n .
Guardian t Minnie a. liiermann.
Dated at Hock Island, 111. thl 4th
day of Mar' h. A. D. i:13.
jacKson, jiur". v r-ia i.rtii'Nii.-)--
Estate of Peter Rueth, deceased.
The undeisigned having be' n an
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Peter Rueth, late of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois.
! rlaratisitrl liurnhv irlvaa r.r,ta t 1. o t a . c. 1
.111 .1 1 -r- V& Itnn II ... ..lr
B.-ll. Juuge of the probate cr'irt of Ro. k j lu his "Crown of Wild Olive." Writing
Island coontv. at the probate court i
room. In the cjty of Kuk Island, at thej of doctors, he said: "They like fees, no
May term, on the first . Monday in lay doubt -ought to like them '.et if thev
next, at whi' h time all pi-r-"i-is having :
claims against said estate am noti'lul , are brave ami well educated the entire
and requested to attend for tt.e purpose - object of their iive Is not feo Thev.
of having the same adjusted. All rcr-: . , , , ,',
sons Indelited to said estate are rerjui st-' on t.'ie w lioie. desire to cure the sick
ed to make immediate payment to tl.e:ull, f thev are good doctor- and the
Dated Eth dnv of March. A D 113.
.MRS. SOPHIA R-'ETH.
Walker, Ingram &
r e vs.
Adnifalatrlttnr a Notice.
Estate of Frsnk Likefeit. de-
The Uloier.-itf ned
: pointed administrator wl'h '!
il. exed of the esiare of (-rank Ok'rm
! lae of ti.i- county of f:- -k Island, slat'
Or IidnoiS, il'-' '-liScd, lier . n-.- a, v .i no
tice that t.e v. iil appear for- lie p' '
' brite foult of Ri X l."..'.l.d li.ly. u. the
probate court r i".-n. in t'.e city "f R'-'-k
'l-'i.-ind at tie .May term, on tic firs'
M -r .iav in May i.'xt. at win- h tim a'i
't.ers.ins Iavir.tr 'iairnM aieaiu! s.-i i-h-'
Lite are i;o':ri.-d and r'-'iu'-!-'"l to ' l -"
fid f r 'he pi.rpc-e of havl.-.ir H.i- film
adiuted All persons Indebted to sail
.i'an are re'iuest'd to make imnieoiate
pal merit to the undersigned,
i Dated this th day of March. A. D.
;;;,:; JOIfN K. M'"ONNELL.
I Administrator w-itfi the will Annexed.
Ja,kon, Hurst of ctanora. anorneys.
BREAKING THE BANK.
A Feat That Is No Longer Possible a'
Among the classic system pltyeri
who gained great sums at Monte Carlo
wa Cbrles Weils, adventurer and in-
renter, who went to Monte Carlo with
the money of other people, to "win or
lose it all" in testing his great Idea. He
Tjed, also on the simple dinners, a
raodlficgtion of the famous metllod of
u Aii'miiTi, tue greBt muitieiuuuciiui.
I Wells liegan with a stake of ten units,
j decreasing to nine if he won. but in
creasing to eleven If he lost. His game
was a kind of swinging of the pen
; dulum, going up one way to twenty
! units and the other down to one.
! For a time he contrived to prosper st
seunnnonaiiy mat trie Tamos at wnicn
he played had occasionally to stop for
n few ""til "ore money was
brouaht. This was "brcnlilng tho
, ',. , , , ... ,, ,
,,tulk :1:iJ K-.ei W el!s the honor of
IkvokiIur the hero of a popular music
Nowadays, however, no successful
, . .w .
PIa.ver 'an hnve tl,R thrilling Joy of
breaking the bank. As soon fcs It is
, . ,
seen ttint one gambler or more luny
reduce the funds of a table to a low
ebh more money Is unostentatiously
brought by one of the footmen, and
play never stops for an Instant.
Charles Wells ttcured in the criminal
courts of Paris, where he boasted he
had won $400,000 from the casino.
C. M. Williamson in McCluiVs Maga
zine. HELD COURT IN A RIVER.
The Attorney Was In Hurry, and tha
Judge Was Accommodating.
To act in a leal capacity while en
joying a morning swlni surely a
unique record In the annals of law
once fell to the lot of Vice Chancellor
The then Puke of Newcastle had
commenced to cut down the timber at
Clumber lu tuch a rapid and wholesale)
manner as to raise the anger of his
eldest sou, I.urd Lincoln, who, finding
expostulation useless, turned to the
law and sought an injunction to re
strain his father. Although It was
long vacation, he ordered his solicitor
to press inntters forward, for the mag
nificent trees were falling nt an alarm
Ho up to town posted the attorney
and had the affidavits drawn up thu
same night. The following morning
he repaired to the vice chancellor's
bouse on the hanks of the Thames, to
And on his arrival that the chancellor
had gone for his morning's swim.
With exemplary presence of mind be
chartered :i boat :ind after n Htiff pull
came tip tvilh the judge and nt once
stated his case. Meanwhile the vice
chancellor trud water and, on Hie In
junction being formally applied for,
granted it forthwith aiid resumed his
Almanacs In Pepys' Time.
The almanacs of Mr. Pepys' time
were overwhelmingly of the prognoull-
cation order, and he enjnved them
, , ,, " .,
much as we enjoy 'Old Moore' now.
Thus, on June 11. 1 Gf7. "we rend and
1 , . , . . ,,. . , . ...
laughed at Lillys prophecies tins
j month III bis 'Altuanac' this year. '
, . . , . , . .
' '' prophet crliuniy seems to have
made n record bad shot. I or, as the
Lord I'.raybrooke notes, he observed:
'The several lunations of this nionlh
rather portond sea fights, wars, et,
than give hopes of pence, particularly
the severnl configurations do very
much threaten Holland with a most,
strange and unusual loss :it sea. If
thoy shai! dnr-' to tight his majefcty'
forces. Strange news out of
I tT ,, , ,,
! Holland, as if all were lb an uproar,
: We U-lieve they are now In a sad and
fearful condition." And .tune, lf?7.
jsnw the Dutch in the Mcdw ay. In-
Ruskin on Doctors' Fees.
The problem of the doctor and hln
fC4t T.'RU O ii 11 1 r t . 1 V utnto'l hf f? 1 1 U L" i 1 1
iioi'e wen- fair y jcii to Ihe.-ti would
j rather cure tlo-jr patient and loso their
j fee than kill him ai d get it. And so
with all th-r brave and rightly trained
n.i-n their work is fl-st. their fee sec-!ond--tery
import ant always, but still
i second." - London Standard.
j Cetting It. Right.
ft was on a s .-"! '-nr in the city of
, Washii.gtoii. 'I col'. red women In
cheaply gorgeoua splendof were talk
i lug and one i-hatti-ed to mention a Mr.
! Jinks In her conversation.
"lii'i se rue." said the other woman,
Tut l is name Is not Jinks. It U M;.
! "Oh. I n-said the other woman
j complacently. "I s-"t? that you put.-t
! tie a.':M.s oij ije pi ououu."