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Arpus branch Offices
For th ccanimud.mon of Its patron.
In various i arte of the city. Th Argus
t. esta bllaiiej a nv.um of branch ..f-
r" where 'ib:rl&tlon and wip.i ad-
vermin mav be irtlvd and as li-'rVK , rr. Is r. ed rooms for light
t irrnp iifn i-ii mat rrn.v pertain t.. mi
1ej,anmnt of r.i paper. nra or bual
nes It Is a no p.aoned to have at each
cf these bran.'n orhce. vi y f vtninc a
'IT' V cf ccpl of rtio Arfji of tne
jv o thai any subscriber who may
liave fallen uiiiiT any circumiian'ii 10
reciv hla paper, will be supplied free
The Argus' chain of branch, office
nr'uiies te following:
J J. Kipp's notion store. 450 Fifth
II K. R-iw pnarroecy
tee- th HVTPIF
4 lis Four-
Mess' f.rug store
elreet, peven'.h avnon.
l'llcineye r a d-u a' ore Eleventh tn-
V.Oe. Klrteeith i'rrt
George v. MiiihO'jr. conf'-rtlonery.
D' J'r'j'll liVl"J.
Mr. lxiP'i'n' i.otlon atora. Sevrnth
tirt Kn; r-.r-ntri avnj
Hlintncl: a pharmacy. 21 Tbird ava
ricery. SZS eleventh
Itodrt drua; a'ora.
Thirtieth a'rt i
aincj i-irtu av.nna
oiioajn pharmacy Savrtith avanua I
nrl Thirty cia-n?! rXrrr;
C)if,n Kr.-fry, Thlrtrrntb avrnua and I
T rt it h Firf-rt.
S'l-lrn-r -'T'-.w ttnre mrrr Fifth
Ml' Pnrl TlYfrtf.'plrfl trM-t. '
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1 1 r. 2 second avefiue.
-Ide nf a mftdern
1 ' Twenty-seventh
-'II Fifth avenue
1 1 . : t ket
T went v -. r (
In the Mti
1 modern im
!, 100 R'bln-
r'R RENT- li.,,,,,..
". s,x rooms.
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nil ni"aeiTi niir-ro
Ninth a 'id T
n : ii i ii .i
Lei iir :
I ret. Ph-r.e
KOIl llf.NT FLATS.
odern fcix-room flat;
I 1 1 t Inquire luul
Kill RENT- M'Mlern steam heated flats;
'14 Tneniv et-v"th stri-er Inquire
hov real wi.itv deaii r, or p'.ioi.e north
t't'K KENT Flats of five rooms; all
modern; IIS per month, at 1 1 ifiii
11 nd -a hu f avrn.i Mis c. L Walk
er. Phonn Kilt S'.8-Y.
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roll Hiid up.
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I'oirt f. st re
IF TOl' WANT to buy. al. trade ot
tent an tiling ensure help or secure
a pituMiicn. tne NImII arid Journal m
the ulIv paper it. Mdlne ti a: can d"
are popular, and Mail and Journal
are popular, ar.d M:al and Jo.irn.l
4iili bring rei.lts Ot.r-half it:.!
per 'ord is th price to ail aoke,
rush In advun e. two-cent stamps will
d v Evening and Saturday Ma i a:.J
Jonrnal. Ni'.ilne. Ill
mean lncii;c Rhone wi st 1554
I Nil HAM'K.
PLEASANT F COX- T'.eat estate ar.d
Insurance Loana a .-.peca'.fy. Rt
T.re compatr.es represented Tour pa
tronage -.hltet Phones west 22
and new 5172 O'fl. e at courtt.ouae.
ii WILL BOND TOL' Executors . ad
ministrators', guardians'. trustees'
r any kind of Judicial bond, lodges
srd soi l.ty officers, city, state or L
b gbvcmmvnt officlaj. euntractors.
positions ot IruM , In fact, any kind
of bond you want (except oaJl bondsi.
Terms reasonable Have t Cieave
land. resident managers. Fidelity A
L'eposlt tomisnv of Maryland.
LEARN Practical Lresmsklr.g am
ladles' Tailoring and be independent
and self supporting. We teach yoa
to cut. fit. design and sake yotu
gown from your ow-i materials. Po
sitions furnished v. nan competent. If
desired IT. iSrahbe. Ldle. Talloi
ana 'ressmak.r. youth Putnam bulll
trg. Davenport Pnon North ttl
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard account
and claims coUeMed William al
Walker, lawyer 111 Peoples Bank
2tH Eighteenth Street.
The Best is th Cheapest.)
ErtT AFLIBHHD 174
American Ins Co Newsrk. N J
American Ci.lon In Ca . . . Phlladelpnu
Agricultural Ir.s. Co New York:
Farmers Ins Co York. Pa
1'Ity of New Tork In Co N.w York
Reliance Fire In. Co Philadelphia
Hoston In Co Maasucl.ut:a
ns Co Btate of Lllnol ... Rockford. J.l
r'onnBcticut Fir In. Co. ... Connecticut'
Mutual Life Ins. Co New Jersey i
Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co . New Jersey j
BEN HANDS HIS
FO J: RENT Llrr.t housekeeping rooms
at l':7 fJ'xteen'h street.
H R .TNT Furnlhed rooms for light
.u-fk--plng: at SO Third street.
.. . : :
k--itrLg at f 27 T-wentleth atreet.
FfiP. H K NT Two fiirnlihd room for
: l : ti . iodtplna; at 4S29 Sixth av-
FOR KKVT Large modern furnlshd
room e' 11Z0 Second avenue. Phone
FC'R R?:ST Modern furnished room.
ly Jocatea. inquire 1230 Sec-
T'.KNT Very desirable lara front
ro-;r;i. Hi modern, at 6"! Twenty
FOl-. RENT Furnished rooms and
board at 120S Second avenue; modern;
f j er w eek.
I; l.N!' m
K-" r : tnan.
i I iivenue.
Appy Flat l.
FC'R ItE.vr-One large furnished front
room, modem, use of phone, at 725
F Ii F; ENT
t i2o ixt
- Vleelv fijrnlsh(-d front
ell modern convenien'es.
FOR RENT -Furnished rooms In pri
vate family, bo.ird If desired: at &oii
RENT Mo.iern furnished front
n. HiiitHbie 'or one or two. gentle-
refirred Rosenfield flats.
. . :
F'R RENT - Large furnished front
rown sJltiihie for two. with board.
a Seventeenth street. Phone
FOR RENT -v:th
Modern furnished room.
; at 7''h Twenty-sec-
i tv 'aso nahle
ond siret t
FOR RENT t'pstalrs. four room mod
ern, IMS Sixteenth atreet. Rock Is
lin;d. or corner Eleventh avenue and
FOR RENT - Furnishe-d front room in
privae family, suitable frr gentle
man, all mo.iern; at 121S Third ave
nue. Rhone west 1223-X.
For RENT Thrpe or four furrished
rooms for light housekeeping, "n
H"Ui fl"..i . I'urnnce heat, hot and
'Id water, bath and laundry, at 1112
Thir' y-nint li street.
FOR KKNT A well furnished front
room; electric light, hot and cold wa
ter Uatory In romn ; hot water heat
er for hrtUi: hoard across thj street.
IT,". S- euteenth street I'hone 1 1 H7-.X.
For KENT Furnished six-room houfe.
V "i" :
(f sewing machine, rent reason- t
iiiquire ot 1010 Thirteenth av-
half bloc I
k from car.
1 1"4-K Call before 1 p
WANTED -Lace curtains laundered at
If 4! Twenty-fifth street. Phone west
A position as housekeeper
bv the week. Irqulre at 712 I
a o-n ne
WANTED- To buy seeo-r.d hand house-
i -old goods, fair prices. K. J. Baker,
M".it,e Call ast 131
V A N'l
! I -
EI llv ,
V A .
ut'.e without children,
in house, close in Ad
i a re A rgus
WANT 111 i Work ly the dav by rella- i
lie woman Call wist 1 366. or In-!
';;ir- 4 : S-eiith avenue.
i A NT EI
Hy man and wife, four or
f v. - r ... -m
i.o.is... or rooms. o
Address "W.." csre Argus.
WmNTFI'-To rent by party without
II. 1 r n. a five or six-room modern
h oi-c In.pi re F. F. H.rst. 916 Four
t. -fi h st rr e
To buy. furniture and
stye. will pay the highest price for
tecona nana gooas.
R sen. Moline
Phone east 751.
WANTED April 15 two or three un
finished roo-n. i-n ground floor, by
working girl, misi be in walking
il'stiin. . t business .-.-iter. Address
' H 3 " care Argus
WA NT EI i
ri ou.s . . r
!.. :se. t
Two rr ti-.ree unfuTllshed
i l.rst f oor in steam heated '
r light housekeeping, by i
woman. go"d. permanent!
WANTED All kinds of repair work
ar.d b itlUirg -iet mv prices before
let :.r.g your work Cal. at 2C10 Flfth-and-a-haif
avenue, or ph.r.e west 1412 !
between 7 and I p m. Call for A. J. .'
WANTED Middle sged couple, to room I
ar.d board, woman to do housework j
tn Hrhtr.il for same or middle aeed i
woman to do housework Apply Bher- I
man house. Seventeenth
WANTED To show yoa free of charge
h'w my Dur.ilsy pneumatic sweeper i
makes housework a pleasure One
week free trio: by addressing J.
Jemeland, 111 Twenty-second strt. !
Phor west 4&7-X. I
, - - I
WANTED Kwtrv he isekerrr to hev j
a good time hv using tr e Fansrr.a j
vacuum cleaner. witV or without i
brush attaenraent: 1? davs free trial
Dont- buy until you see this maor.lE.
A. Radford. Milan. Til.
W A NTT D To rent, an etcht-room mod
ern house containing bath, living LOST Thursday, small black jeirket
room. back and front stairs, and located book containing S& geld pi -e and
near car llr.. preferably ti-.e Long ; change, on Third avenue between
View loop. Send location, description ;
and price to "C. Q. D.." care Argus.
WANTED Ton te list your houses and
fmeil with th Rok Island Rusineas
Men a Fselar.e. corner Th'ri av.nu.
and gev.nt.eiuh street. We can lo- A 8 INTKRKfT la a lesltimate husi
caie tenants fcr homn and room?;': ne. safe aa a bank: wi.l net aspien
a'.so hav ome roon for rent; ome ' did ineoro fcr year Captain Jay
houses snd Jots tn d fferent psrts of j Hi reel y ii Map. etraat, Eault Ste.
th city for .ale. aj a combination ' Marl. Mleh.
atre of sroqarla nJ meat d"lng a ' 'i v
good b;iiu. vllv u a call W
ABSTHACTS OF TITLE.
AMs rKACTS or tlti prepared or en
tlnued to date covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and Ac-
rurate service at reasonable rate.
Roek Js.and T;tl a ALs'ia t Mac
rny; J J. Ingram, president; W. J i
Pwnev, scrtery; So-se. seeend i
l.eui i .-laufiiai itni Diinu-
l.-.g. Roe" Island.
DEAR BELOVED A
WANTKD Prlr.togrraiih operator; ap
tf v Illinois Oil companv, 15 1 7 Second
WANTED Toung: man to work on
truck farm. Inquire Fred Daiso,
South Rock lalana.
VTANTETD Boya for drill preia rork.
Apply Rock Ieland Manufacturlr.
rimpan-. Fourteenth avenue and Sec
W ANTED Good slnrle (Belgian) man.
with referencea, to work on farm.
Inquire George Wagner. Rock Island
house, between 9 and 10 a. m.
WANTED Locomotive firemen, brake
men, wages shout S100; experience
unnecessary. tend age. tamp. Ad
dress ' rWU-way." care Arg-us.
WASTED fteamfltters. br Corn Prod
tiota Refining company at.Pekln, I1L;
men who can read drawings; trans
portation refunded: union wages. I
WANTED Young man. be a barber: I
teach von auk klv. cheanlv. thorough-'
ly. and furnish tools: I arrve vou ae- I
tual shop work and you karp half the
, receipts; write for catalogue. A. B.
Moler. president Moler coll.ge, Chi
AMBITIOI'S young men, with good edu
cation, have no better opportunity to
rirepare themselves for the battle of
Ife than learning to be newspaper
reporters An o-pportunitv may be
had by addressing "A. B. C." care of
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Traitresses; Hotel Colfax.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at 1524 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Competent proofreader;
ply at Argus editorial rooms.
WANTED A neck hand ironer at the
Parker laundry. 1J14 Third avenue.
WANTED A girl to assist with general
housework. Inquire 1700 Twenty
WANTED A girl to do genfral house
work. Phone west 270. or inquire at
fit. Anthony's hospjtal.
WANTED Middle aged lady to do gen
eral honsework; two In family. Ap
ply 2T.19 Eighth avenue.
WANTED Middle aged or elderly wo
man to do housework for an old ladv.
Call t 1529 Tenth avenue. .
WANTED Exrerienrfd seamstress at '
once; permanent position. Call 711 I
Fifteenth street. Ruck Island J
WANTED G1rl to do housework; fam
A lHi;.. nc t-...
ond street. Plume west S61-X.
. . ..
WANTED Experienced girl to do gen
eral housework. Ajoly with refer
ences at 613 Twenthlrd street.
WANTED Maid to lo general house
work in small family; good wtgeg.
pleasant location. Phone west 19"1.
I WANTED Girl about 17 yeara old ta
i do general houaework. Apply between '
' i ana v p. in. ei oao i nu iy-einin .
WANTED Competent girl to do trfn
eral housework in family of thre; no
i washing. Inquire 741 Twentv-tnird
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; must le good cook. bst wasres
Applv 715 Twenty-second street.
Ptione west 1623 T.
WANTED A competent girl as work
ing housekeeper, small family, good
wages Call Sunday at Mrs. Lln
dorff s. 19 Twentieth street.
WASTEP lrl to do general house
I work in Tamily of three grown per
sons; good wages; no washing. Ap
rlv 1041 Nineteenth street. Phone
WANTED Lady Interested In church or
kindergarten work for pleasant em
ployment, salary. Jl 6 per d;.y; state
present employment Address "Op
portunity," i are Argus.
WANTED Six neat appearing ladles to
canvass in tr1-eit1es and take orders
on salary. Call at 632 Twentieth
street. Rock Island, from 6 to 8 p. m.
and see general manager.
WANTED Situation: practical nursing
or aa housekeeper fur widower or
bachelor preferred. Address "77,"
WA,3 T R1,u,tlon
atenographer. young lady with
rerereuc.ee. Phone west 19. or ad
dress 1(16 Fourteenth street. Rock
c ean get you a Tenani lor your va
cant house or rooms if you telephone
or send us a postal as soon aa vacant.
We do not charge for this service.
E jmmerfleld s. Ill-lit East Becond
BL'PERFLUOLsl hair and moles on face
and arms permanent.) removed with
me to six neadies. Address Miss A. M.
Klttredg. riat 1, Argyl riata. Brady
street, uaveosori. 'Jia pnone iiss.
lost Asm rarsu.
Tenth and Thirteenth stree's Re
turn te Argus ctfifie for reward
coTHAcreas asjd biii.dehs.
Joitaai Vliik & C,
Manufacturers of uajn, Doors. Bi nds
and titaira jr.iesior ftntsh of ail kinds
Bardwood Veneer Fleuring and dtai-
fs IB UlaaS. Sil SCO
FOR SALE Fourrot.TTi house, located
h; toars. lot 1'10x140; price, Si.dQc.
Ecknart & Euffum.
FOR 3ALK Small house, two lots.
a" od harn. chicken houee. Inquire at
1603 E;gh:h street.
FOS 8 ALE Nf- modern li-room
bouta at 1411 -'ort-fVrt atreet;
cneap If taken at oncv
FOR SALE Five-room house, all mod
ern: lot 40x140; prica, 2.5oc. Jo'.'"
cash, balance on eauj terms. Eokiiart
FOR 8AL xweave lots on Eighteenth
avenue, between Thlily-flrst and Thirty-second
streets. Inquire 1701 Thir
FOR SAIE Plx-room house; furnace,
cement cellar, electric lights and gas,
gooa wen; lot -'Xj;3; price, li.bVV.
rl TVTZ: " " -
FOR KALE Seven-room modern
iea li.it c!tv
takn i or.ee: parly
FOR ?ALE Good building lot in Lin
coln court; facing Seventeenth street;
120 feet deep. 45 feet front. S!1 feet
middle. 7 feet rear. Phone Weet
(FOR SALE At a bargain, six-room
! h.. use. 1 4"0 I-ourteent'i Bireet; strict
ly modern, hot water htat. l:iquir
Arthur T. Hursing. Phone west S3S
FOR HALE Lots in bcheuennann's firth
aodltlon. Bevecth street and fifteenth
venue; payment $5 per inouttj.
Call 1700 etixta airet. Old puone
FOR SALE Pretty and modern bunga
low, in line locality, with splendid
view il arsenal and Mississippi; an
unbelievable bargain; lnveatlgatu. Ad
dress ' Bungalow." car Argu.
FOK BALK Cheap, a Ove-room houee,
wltr furnace, ge.a light, and eewer;
large lot, cement walks; one bloca
from Long View park; a paying In
vestment; owner non-resident. Ad
dress "L. M. 0." care Argue.
FOR SALE Lots In Suuth Keigbta
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth tnd Seventeenth streets; on
ea6y terms; 125 down, balance In five
years. E. W. Robinson. 1454 Rich
toond street Phone west 1165-K.
FOR HALCI A
ly modern ti
well located, thoroua-h-
:ht-roon: house: polish-
el uhh floors in every room; electric
light and gas and hot water hent; can
be bought at a bargain; owner leav
ing city. Address "Home." care Ar
gus FOR SALE Six-room house; lot 40x
H'e: located on Fortv-second street
ar.d Fifte. ni, nver.ue; i rlce. Il.'ji'c.
2"ti down, hulai.i e on monthly r ay- j
nients. Imu t pay rer.t when you can j
buy a house en these tern.. Eckhart I
A- Ruffum. I
FOR SALE Lnt 12014" feet and five
room house, at Ninth ami Hraeimr
streets. South Rock I land, .summer
kitchen, barn, hirkun hu.. ai.d two
wa'on sh'-'!.-, h:is
ter. and furnace.
Rlas.-hke, .u;.i ll
TIC light, Wi.
iq lire Wll II.- Ml i
The following Rock Island
estate is for sale at ie.aBjiia.hie
Two eight-room houses, all modern.
S'x-roo!ii hou--e, modern.
Foe-roorn house, with well and cis
tern. Fine seven-room house, all modern.
1611 Twer.t v-fourth-ond-a-half St.
STATED MEETING OF TRIO
lodge No. 57. A. F. & A. M.. Ii
held on the first Thursday of
each month. Special for work
oti E. A.degiee, Thursday, Mar- n
2.1. at 7 3o p. in. Visiting brethren
are cordially Invited. By order of L.
E. Heniei.way, W. i!.; W. B. Pettlt,
BUFORD POST. 24S, O. A. R meets
regularly on the second and fourth
isaturday evenings of each month at
7 30 In Memorial hall at the court
house. W. M. Jolmnton, commander;
E. H. Buck, adjutant.
County of Rock Is-
To the luy term 1918. of the Circuit;
'Court of eaoi cuuty. In Cbancei j. ;
i .Marc is L. 1 it ndersou. complainant. I
j a. Ct.arlts It. Mo:ey, Fred S. idoiey. )
i Mabel .M iev. Ruth l. Morey, Robinson I
Q :1ck, ira. e Qi'l-k Fmllli, Tdtils 11- '
Ci'ilck. and A. J. Rowland, d. fendar.ts. '
Bill tor I'arLtlon. tloneral K. 6S22.
To the above named defendant, Ru'-h I
G. Morey. Robinson Quick. Grace Quick
Hmlth. and Tutus H. Quick:
Notice la hereby gl-n that the above
named complainant. Vlircui L. Hender
son, has filed In aoid court his hill of
complaint against you, and each of you. I
land the other dnfendarts. fvr partition!
' nt real e.'at. li.n. .!t la r.ow pend
! Ing In eall court. That a summon In'
Ichantery las been Iss.ed in said cans'
by the v-lerk of said ce irt against you. '
and eaGii of oj. directed to ir.e sheriff:
'of said county to onr'utt, returnah. to ;
mo nexi irm u .a. a i-'ii
I gun and holden at t:;e c
, l e e'ty of Rock Island. I
"of Rock Island on the fir
the next term of sa d court, to he b-
court house in
In ald couEti' :
ret M ond y of I
Mav next, at v. htvn time and pin- o jr... 1
and ea. I. of o i. w!!. appear e:td pl.-ai.
answer or demur io n.d bi.l of co;n
plulnt Korx Island, ill.. Viareh 11, 1911
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
lrk of H.ld Court.
Estate r.f I'eter Ttueth. dfccBsed.
The under gned havlrg been
poln'ed eit' itrlx of the last
a r I n
testament of P''tr P.ut'.h late c
county of Rock I-.ai.d. htate . ii
deceased, hereby nive. notice tna
w:T ar.pear bf.rre ti.e Hon. t;. n
Rell. j idie of the I rot ate c. ;rt cf
Hiai.d o;r.t. at ti.e iti.i.iarM
r om, m tr.e c.ty of R..ck !-..::i l. at the
May term, on t:.e first Mor.'lav it.. Vav
next, et whic'u t:me ;i person, hiving
claims agiii:.t-t si-id esTate are n.rtined
ana req .rste.i to attend for tne purpose
of haMr.g the same adjusted All per
sons indebted to sa: i estate are request
ed to maiie immediate pa; n.er,t to tr.e
Dated itti C c of M.r. h. a D. l?!3.
' MILS. t-oi-HlA R' ETil
lr.gram Ai Swtenvy, .;i to. -
tfe8 an tea time The
FOR SALE -avenue.
Restaurant; 1603 Second
FOR 6AX02 Hores.
at SIS Twenty-
FOR SALE A phaeton, good condi
tion. Phone west 425.
FOR SALE eilghtly nsed household
furniture at 525l Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE Good driving horse, also
good eet of iarntsa: S04 Dearborn
street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Cheap If taken before
April 1, soda fountain and fixtures.
Address "E. P.. care Argus.
FOR SAIE Grocery stock and new
fixtures; best location in Rock Island.
Address "F C A," care Argus.
FOR 6ALE t A good team of horses,
wagon and hameas, cheap. Call Sun
day at 2716 Eighth-and-a-half ave
nue. FOR SALE Cheap, two good snare
drume. one Sxl7 inches, the other
3x17 inches. Inquire at 151114 Third
avenue, suite 12.
FOR SALS Furniture, including aew-
Ir.g machine, one dining room set; all
In good ormdition. Inquire at 1107 I
FOR SALE Home grape wine, 11 per I
gallon. delivered; something fine. !
nAF-o-o r.ti(.lrhnff Cnnlh Pfirb Tltanil I
ill. Phone (S'9-X. ' i
FOR SALK launch, 25 feet long, with
elht hnrsi power engine; fuIiy
equipped. Phone west 11E4-L after
7 p. m., or axldress "Boat," care cf
FOR SALE Buff Orpington eggs. J2
for 13 First cockerel, second pullet,
Moline poultry show. H. Baker.
Twenty-fourth street and Twentieth
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching from
prize winning Black Orpington;
price. $3 per setting; also from White
Orpington at 12 per setting A. Bour
deau, T went v-f ourth street and Twen
tieth avenue. Phone 892. two rings.
FOR SALE IATOI,
FOR SALE Nine and a half acres land,
one mile southwest of Milan. W. R.
Gingles, 615 Twenty-second street.
-Or rent, fine 220-acre dairy
or stork farm, near Milan: well im
proved; at a bargain. Thompson A
Jackson. Toulon. 111.
SACRIFlTv: SALE At 19 rr acre,
worth J25; 2fc0-ae.re fiirm In Wocrd
county, Wisconsin, neai- depot. 40
acres cleared: new four-room house,
barr.. implement shed, ice house, etc ;
reason for selling, other business. M.
E. Sweeney. State Bank Iml.dlng.
1.12C acres rm famous
Concho river; 4"0 acres Irrigated, bal
anco fine pasture; wonderfully well
improved; he'd thoroughbred Hero
fords; everything Included in pur
chase price, jrd.oOO. Terms. W rite i
Harm KendalL Commerce street,
FOR SALE Apple orchards: do not buy I
un apple orchard until you have read j
our l';"-page Look on that subject '
and "How to Test a Land Invest
ment." rent free on application.
Haves & Hayes; 40 years" experience;
l'ifi.000 acres sold without a dollar ,
loss to any customer; 312-313-S14 :
Safety building. Rock Inland. 111. ;
FOR PALE: Or trade. If taken before
seeding time, 851 acres good stock or
ifraiii farm In Greeley county, Xe-
brsska: 40 acres In cultivation, 100
acres rasture. 211 acres In meadow;
five-rcoan houBe. a barn 80t80, good
frunary. well, windmill and tank; C,
i it 0- railway runs along side of
farm. Take city property in part
.fvimnL Rig bargain at ISO an
acre Inquire at E2j fclxth street.
1'hcr.e west 1S14-X.
JACKSON. HURST A STAFFORD At-trrneyr-ct-law.
Office In Rock Island
Nat o'nal bank building.
BEARLE A MAKfiHAIX Lawyera
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Rooms. 8)2 and 103 Safety
building. Rock Island. Ill
Wn.LIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business, corporation,
probate and real estate law; III Peo
ple's bank build. r.g. Phone west 34.
WALKER. INGRAM & SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
108, People'a National bank building
M'ENIRT 4 M-ENIRT Attorncys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections References. Mitch
ell Lyiide, hankers. Office. Mitchell
ft Lyrde building.
titrlete! 'a. Addrotia J
ham. 424 South prairie
Publics Horn siotlce.
To Ail 'A'hr jn It May Co:.' ern:
Noti.-e i:-i hereby given that the un-
drig:.ei. Ilti.ry A. Bierinaiir,. guaid
iun i-f Mlnn.u A. Bicirnann, has h.ed !
in tne "tflce of tha oierk of tne probate
court of the county of R.ck Island ai d i
ttte cf Illinois, hi petti: on to said
court, ii t a regular term thereof, to be I
held at the eeurt house in tie cue
Ho- Inland. In s
o ii, t y
'i. the flit nay c-f t::e
I ly3, of sac! Lor I
A nr. I
e;.tl; oay of April. A ll. I
ti:-ii and pia'e ald pet.
heard, asku.g for au or.'ier
11. at w!
1. as s i
oire. ; n in uinlers !
g-iaru: in. t sen t. e rol.ow.i.g real te
la te I eccgitig To eaid miner, or n,
in i . ti er-e.,f a. t,, bAi ,.,,:ir, hi.-..l!
ite.T. tt. Lo for t:.e in el n.i.re.,; . , ...j
mcijr. unm-n :n tr..: c.,.intv ol
Island atd stale ' t lllin.'Ifc a
ecri'.nj ss f -i of. t J-w:t. 'It.
r"..y no. o: lot tvo cj,, block
five lot, .n Wcod'e sec mi adi.ti.rii to
the ijt,- ,,f Mjli.-ie: for the s .pp-n; a, a
' d i ii' ii. .i .f sn.1 r.ii.'.i.r. i-Ml :.,r ti.e
p or;- .se j, invest ll.g 1,1. c, f-. pr. -
' d .f t-.i.l t:- d-i -;.... 1 r.ct b.. ,m.
ri.e,;.d-.eiy rietut d lor suid ,po: i aici
l ' ' !:.. .n tnrr real t -:a'v. ..r o:
tt.-r-Aire :r,ve slu.g tic- i. .... ti.e
i j rt n.ay d:i e. t.
i.t.NIIV A. t; HI'..,: ANN.
;o-.r.i..n of m:i, me Kierniaim
iated al l..c.(i, Li., tnis iih
dav of ia:"!i. A D 1 Ii I ?.
Ja. ksoi.. Hurst at etailord. at tornej j.
BY CARL ED
j But Saint-Saens, the Composer, Didnt
; Shock Parisian Society,
j Tbe Cri cte Pari told the following
rtory of Salnt-Baans. tbe composer: A
I rare rial tor to Paris, be la on hla visits
much sought after aa a social lion. One
' lady succeeded In persuading him to ao
' cept an lurltatlon to dinner, promiatnr
: to seca to iei;n nun a&a auso to oepom
. Mm at hla door when be left, hla only
' stipulation being that he ahould be al- j
j lowed to mnke his adlens at 10 o'clock, j
! The son of his bostesn was dlapatcb
' ed In good time and found M. Salnt
I Saens In a velret coat-eeatcd tefora his
: nlnno F? rose at once, howersr. and
I asked for ten minutes to dress, at tbe !
end of which he appeared, tying his !
white cravat. As be was abnttlng hla
door behind him he ejaculated;
"Good gTactova! One minute aoore!
I hare forgotteai my toothbrush r
The young man, to bJa amasemest,
saw hla gtiest drre into hla dressing
room and reappear with a toothbrush,
which be put away in his breast pock
et On arrtrtng home he told hla moth-
er, who la some uneanlnees Informed
her friende. and everybody waa In
wonderment as to what the great com
poser was going to do with hla tooth
brnsb. Every eye waa fixed on him tartrngh
ont the dinner, watching him aa he ate
and drank and used bis finger glass.
In the drawing room Saint-Saras talk
ed with tbe ladles and played any
piece that waa asked of him till 10
o'clock struck, when he bade farewell
politely to the company.
The Journey home was wit boot Inci
dent, and when they reached his house
M Sntnt-Saena simply offered to ahaka
hands and gay good night Curiosity
was too strong, though, for the youth,
"Excuse me, matter, but I should bo
much like to know why you so par
ticularly wanted to take your tooth
brush with you."
"Oh, my young friend," replied Salnt
Raens. "It Is very simple! My lock la
very stiff, and I always hurt my ftnsers
In turning the key. So I now png the
handle of my toothbrush In the ring of
the key and turn It easily. VoTa!"
i a.j -r: B.klh.u. F vcr-lxnr.
en a Bitterly Cold Day.
An old time gentleman of Newbnry
port. describing hla school days In the
openiriK veurs of the nlc;teiitb. cen
tury, has this to say cf a wintry day:
"We found our Inkstands all frozen
up. Those required to be thnwed onL , and requested to attend for the Durposu
To do this there was a board held up - fm ustca: All br-
. sons Indebted to said estate are re
by briclis over the stove on which the j r,ueKte, to make Immediate payment to
lct hnt hA-the undrsignd.
,v ' v '
f0re the mdt was wrinen down tho,iai
Ink vronld be again frozen. Then the
boy took hla Ink to the stove ajrala
ond while It was thawing laid In a
cIam f ..loeie fnr btrnicolf Ktnndlna
. '. .. 4V.
by the stove, wafhlng closely that the
riewter shouid not melt
, . . -
"The clothw of the boys were made
of cordurov. Jacket and trousers In one.
, . , v ,ri,...
and nothing under but a shirt. Thene
absorbed tb beat like sheet iron, so
that whn a boy rekruned to his neat be
was ofttn compelled to carry his Ink-
tnd In hla month emnlovlnff hnth
hands to bold his trousers off from bis
knees, and with eTery precaution tbe
skin was ofen mottled aad scorched."
Another rid tltus schoolboy in Ms
later years r-ecalied sn evta aereifcr ex
"1 can remember." he recordisfl, "bot,
crowding close to the store to toast the
shivers from my poor llttlfe body, 1
scorched a hole In my trousers In
front and exclaimed alond at the dis
aster, wherenrxm the master tbrnsh
ed u hole Into them. Lohlnd. and when
I went hoRie to mv mother she told
trimly It was w.,.l that thlngH
lir)tl!d miif h an l th.it r.M my fcMrt was
! sii'-h n n oH tint she. was willing to
' rSk fraying It on the tirck. nnd she
reached f.r a s'rii!' ni.d '.'A'.
"I tras tlioroviirlily wr.ritied. aud It
whs the co'ilest day of the yenr. hut I
reirreOed my shlvitrs hfur ull"
Yolitll'S '.)!;. JXilllhtl.
Htlpful 8on-ln law.
"So you asked L.y wife?
da'ie'hter's hand, dlil you
"I did. and she It'-an to five ti n
piece f'f her mind about my i. rs,?iu
tlon. end I''
"And vou biit a rotrent end can,t
to se pif. Well, sir"
"Oil. n'.: I didn't r.-tro::t.
it out with her. nrid I ffcre
I left she
hed jflvpii me lier consent.
"Yoti ditl? Huilv f r oti'
i on ci.n
hnre r) i- ifirl
hrp with i:i
and yon run !!'. rii?ht
1 w ht to fiudy your
or so an;.
fyinc my wife for a yeyr
. " Wotiiiin s World.
t":.t' i:r!i?i Uer
t wo m a
Is. to I ,r,.;"
'Yt'- l.i'.t kl.e cuiiie-s l.y It h
I stnl-rs-t.:n-l l.er father wa
rKf or " - If'rcit Prw I'rfsa.
and Glad of It.
Is now all moved and
when completed will
have the swellest little
store with his personal
loan bank and fine line
of diamonds and jewelry
in the whole state of
One and All
Our new location and
number is 1619 Second
Avenue. Phone West
177. Office hours all
Je W. Jones Mgr.
et if.iiif neiii' miaiMMifcawtJ
Eatate of Prsjik Uek.fott, doeeaaatd, I
The underelgnrd having been ap-'
pointed administrator with the win su-
nexed of the estate of Frarnk L4ekeettJ
late of the ooiuity uf Rock islatvd. statel
of Illinois, dent-ased, heraby gives no
tice that be "WUl annear before th rwi.l
bate court of Rock Island cotmty, n-f the
probate court room. In the city of Ho;k
Island, at the Alar term, qn the flret
Monday In May nenct at whJiA Mine all
persons havrog clatuie against said es
tate are noUflod and requested to at
tend for the purprres of having the same
uajuatea. jlii persons maeMea to said
estate are requested to make immediate
paymont to the undersigned.
Dated this fth day of Kanft. A. D.
1913. JOHN 6. atcONNELI
Administrator with t Be WUl Annexed.
Jackson. Hurst Stafford, attomeia
of Gertrude B. Hodgnon, Oe-
The undersigned bavtng neem arn-j
pointed executor of the last will and,
testament of Gertrude E. Hodgson, late.'
of th county of Rock Inland. Hint e?i
Illinois, deoe-ased. hereby give aotloe
that he will appear before the Jfrnv B.t
S. Bell, hidge of th probate court 0fi
iiook Island county, at the probate oourtl
room, In tho city of Hook Island, at the
April term, on tbe first Monday In April
next, at whluh time all persona having;
I Dated Ifith rtav nt Tr. r.
WILXJ1AM M. HODOHON,
Rot lee at Psbllcatloai,
of Illlnots, Rock island Coon-
! ty -SB:
In the Circuit Cotirt, Mav term, T1S. i
Hattie Ivis vs. fcamuei DsTvti in'
Affidavit of tirm-reatdence of BanoroeP
Dnv tha abo,, dufondant. havtuVbVim
ri.d In the clerk otooe of the circuit
court of aJd county, notice la thereftre
hwrftbv rlv,n t n,, BS,M non-rde.t
defendant that the complainant ft I id her,
j X' thila &
j of Murrh, lSU. and that tbereripnn a
i ",,. Tln ."n". ?ul or "9. co"t.
wi.erein saia suit Is now lmti'Jiug. re
I turnahle on the first Monday In the
: month of May next, as Is by law re
I ;iow unless you, the said non-resi-,
d.: t defendant ah'is'e named, Harauol
I i vis. shall personally he tnd apponr
before said court, in the first day of
i th rent torm the.-of. to he holdep at
I Hock Island In and for sild county, on
'.the fiift Monday In Ma next, and!
! j li id. anwr or ciemur to the ald corn -pislnar.t
s bill of complaint, th an e
in! l.e matters atd things therein
! charged and statM will be taken as eon
j fessd. aid a de. rn ej.tertd haatnst
j you according to the prayer of ssld bill.
GEORGE W. OAMRLA
I , '-lerlt. .
P.drk Island. 111.. March 11 1818.
B-rirlver ri-hrlver. comiiJalnant's
To Whom It Mav Con-ernt
"i'l'i are herenv notlll'd that, at n
special meeting of t.hi, st ocihoiders o
tne H-irst ft Btrltttr rot.ipany, an I!ll
rcIs cotporatlon. with its prlnclpel
place of bus'r.ess at No. 1 41 7-1428 Sc
1,1 ave.r.ue, P.ocU Isiand. Ill, held on
Feb. 24. A. D. Ill), et Mie hour of S
0 dock a. m.. at 11. offle,.,, ,,f snld oom-i
pat y, pun uant tu due and legal noth e
:lrst given, nt which said r.ieetlr.g r.ll
of the capital stock of std corporation
wtis reprf ser.'ed. It was voted bv unani
mous v te r.f oil th'j st 'irkr.oVlers of
said (ompany to Increase the capital
r-,-M ' f eald ilurst it Strleter coinoany
fr"rn ten thorsund (1",'.'H!) dollars to
twenty thousand I J-i.0'" i ilo'Iars. end
the t.o.nber .f slmten of td r .plt.ii
k from one hundred O'li of the
l'ir vel :e -f one riT'.ted i I i " i dollars
t" tv.o h-'ndre.i) 1 t ti- .'.e
vilie of c.n bundled 'II'jOi dollars
i-ooh. and s o h ItiTriii- tn capital sto' k
'i. amount u.nl su"Ii l.c.-'i1" In tho
r. irr.c. ; of ri-ri-es v.-;i tho eor-on made.
I uted ot. Iti-k Island. Ice-k I.laii'f
r-cu.t,-, Illinois, this 24'h clay of 1'eb-
1 :ar. A. i 1 1 li
IIUIIST X STHIETER CO,
P.y Henry W. Ilnnt. president
Attest: M K. rttrfe'er. Secretary.
HEN'HT GApmiJS IToprletor ChlP-
plaenocg nurer). i-ut nowrs aim
tieaiKi. of a'l lnd. City More, lti7
f nd hvsuk pnon Ilia.
Sfanners rrrry f
miat, charu't'T '
rrrld for t';a nri'
r ell f :r.f.- A Ht