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THE KUCK ISLAND Aiu 'J :.
Will IP THT A I NT
Arfus Branch Offices
For t hi accommodation of Its patrons
In various parts of tn city. The Ar(ui
linn etabllsh-d a system of branch of-tb-es.
where "'jhii'-i i;,lion and want ad
rtiiiiK niav h- rt-ci v-r1 and aay ln
f 'rin.-' Uin li-ft t:ia m)' pertain in anv
C paritii'T t of trie paper, ni-wa or bual
Vt'ai4 ' H a'i planned to hav at each
of the.i lirancfi ofiti'ira every evening; a
iT'ply cf cipli-s of Tli ArK'j of tha
Jh a" that a:iy 'jhnrrloer who may
hiive failed nnO.-r any fircijmatanrea to
rei elv M paprr. will be supplied frea
The ArRtia' rhaln of branch office
Inr'u'ie !. following:
J J. k'.lpp'i nr.tlon store. 4501 Fifth ,
H. K. now'! ptiarmary. 4111 Four
Rleia' iruj atora Twenty-aerrnth ,
treet Seventh nvini'f I
Ij'llemeyer a druic more. Eleventh ave- I
Bue Klrteenth f'reet ,
Oeorjfe V". Millhouse, confectionery, i
0 Knurth avenue.
Mrs. LnnilDn'j notion atore. Seventh!
treat FoiTteeath avenuo j
Ilelnihrck'a tiimrir.i'v y2? Third n !
Krnest Chorf j-ro.-.-rv. 91: Eleventh
Rodrt drtir store. Thirtieth s'.rcet
nd Fifth avenge
Colleno pnarmary, Fwventh avenue
nd Thirty eifh".;i alreet.
UUon iffcifery. Thirteenth avenue and
Bteiner Crua; atore. corner FKth sve
rua nnd Twent v-thlrd straot.
foii itKvr iioi-e.
Kor rrnt- ,
m eottaire. mi
Kill RKNT -F.i
h-roni douhle house
nth street. Inquire
at ;oti Kv
i:.:iu Nil, tn i
I'OR RKNT Seven roirm he
South MeiKhts. Inquire liin;
tee-nth hire,.;. South JeiKhts.
or llallt lio Irti-k ee, n
i 1 1 1 1 uire 1 i" T Si xt n
n' - -i x h "'
, 'o I M , i ' : 1 1
Ifll. sire. I
Ft lt RKNT h
Mi.ti: l: In
1 ni; Ri-
.N 1 11 III
run itF.vr FLAT.
FiR RKNT A modern s'x-room flat.
I'm.. '1 v. ei.t -tiriit alreet. Inquire l,iu
FOR RKNT Modern steam heated Data;
t 1 4 'i wenty-aeveiith street Inquire'
unv real estate dealer, or phone north
Foil Hfc; IT tlhir.l.LAMCOlii.
Till RKNT-A splendid
aide oili- e rooiiis en s
luf Robinson building,
three room-v Willi huge
also on- r two it'nle
. K Rhoads. l"i Rol.
suite of out -
-coml Moor of ;
en her two or j
, roomy vnult.
riKMIls. clieMp I
nson bulldiha - j
ARE you looking for a house or vacant
roonis'.1 Then come In and ace our i
list. Nearly every va-ent house in1
tne tri-cltles listed with us. No j
i-iiarges Sumtnertleld h. 114-11; fc.aat
S nd street, Davenport. Iowa.
MltCKl.l ANKIH .
F.T Fross do your papei hanging. li ,
rents a roll; wall puper at f, cents a
roll and tip. f.o T eut y-f ourth sti eet .
Phone writ 1S64 K
TF Y(U' WANT to buy. eell. trade t ;
rent anything, engage help or secure i
a situation, the Aiaii and Journal Ii '
the only paper in Moline that run do
are popular, and Mall and Journal
are popular, and M;al and Journal ;
wants bring results One-half cea:
per word is the prl-e to aU alike,
cash in advance, two-cent stamps will
C" I. veiling and Saturday Mail and
Journal. Molllir. III.
JCKBoNTTlt P.ST IsTAFFURDaT
toriieys-at-law Olll e in Rock is.and
National bank bunding
fcEAHLK MARSHALL Uwytti
Money tu loan i'ii giiod real estale
arcurity. ltoonis. sot and ol baiety
building. Hock lslaniL 111.
WILLIAM At WALKER Attorney;
general law bua.r.ess, corporation.
probate and real e.-lale law. Jill Peo-
pie's hank b inding Phone west
WAl.KI'.K 1 NvjR AM & SWEENEY At- '
torneys .iid cotinariors at law. Money j
to loan on ttal elate Rooms 2'lu- '
2n3. people National bank bu.ldtr.g -
M E.N 1R Y A M EN1KT Attorneys-at-j
1 La.' a n money on good aecirity; j
make -o. lections References Miu.h- '
ell & Ln'. bsnkers uftlce. Mitchell
& L) title ut.rt:iig
FUNXAT, Bt'TTOXH, PI KAII.VGJ.
NOVELTY Ct -Phone Hi. 210 8a i
P-jtnu.n buLding. Ia e:.;o-rt. Iowa (
Fell penranta, iVk. monograma. pll ;
low covers. l.; accorden tau knife
plealiugs. ;iuic 2c yard and up Rations
covered In plain and colored Ivor
rims, irom 1 c dosn up. Dreaa forrua
t. ! :;. i-aaiu . ,
":- Eighteenth Street
ri'l.e itst is 'he Cheapest)
KIRK INSi RA.M K.
Arnerl.-an lna Co
Arr.eri.-aii l i.ion Ins Co..
A r i-u , t :ral Ins. Co
Kit rnn rs Ins t o
C t f New York Ins Co
i. i . . it.ee Fire ins. Co . ...
Ii -St. ill t;. C-
ii. Co State cf Illinois . . .
. . Philadelphia
. . . . .ve y,.rk '
.... New YorK
. . Philadel; hi a
M ass.i 'i. i,et ts ;
Rik kfor l l.i ,
. t cnr.e- :l i.t :
. . New Jereey j
. New Jersey i
m,n ti-ut Fire Ins to.
1 i.lfe Ins C
A.-: ,a. Lieut Li L.f ins. Co
I T"-J U 1 1 . I II U.W i
YOU'RE LUCKY HE
FOR RKtT ROOMS.
FOR r.flVT I.icht housekeeping rooms
at 217 Sixteenth street.
P.r:VT Furnished rooms for light
s-ke.-pir.r at :'." Third street.
Ft f. KK.VT
with I, 'anl
a v n ue.
if desired, at 2S02
lnqulre 1120 Third
il i(itnl- rn
ven if .
FOR RENT Modern furnished room;
priva'e entrance. Inquire 1116 Sec-
FOR HENT Modern furnished rooms
1 :! Fourteenth street. Phone,
FOR rent Modern furnished room,
ceiifr.-illv located. Inquire 1230 Sec
FOR KENT Newly furnished lljrht
hins.-ke. onm rooms, with heat, iijil
RENT XI--lv furnished front
mom at tioi Twenty-fourth street.
Phone west 144:1-1..
I"il; RENT Two liirht hHiekeeplnK
rimni. f' fereii' es reguired, 74." K"ur-tei-riU:
- anl -a - tia 1 1' si re.-:.
For RKNT M'ulern furnished rooms,
n iso lurn Iii'iulre 7J1 Seventeenth
'ret I'tione west 247 1.
FOR RKNT A strictly modern fur-rnhe-l
room, epposlte public library'.
Inquire at 412 .Stncteetiih atrcei.
FOP. RENT Large modern furnished
front i uom ; use of bath and phone,
vl.. it" family; at 725 Nineteenth
FOR RENT Furnished room, with
board in private family, at 2225 I
Fourth avenue. Modern cuuvnu
:KNT Modern furnished frmt
, rn'm!l located, use. ol phone.
."2 Fifth avenue. Phone wtst
RKNT- Two furnished rooms for
ni housekeeping with water, sew
;iii, gas. Inquire &27 Twentieth
furnished first -f,r
! i nr.
l-'i 'R KENT- Two fir three m'ulern fur-iii--,
o il rooms for lilit hou.eke' piu .
ii : phone; llilj Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RKNT Four r.ioms. upstairs,
loatlv nioderii. corner of Kievi'iitii
aen,ie and Slxteentn street. Inquire
; oi, premises.
(FOR RENT Two or three neatly fur
loMe il modern moms ur lih'-- liouse-
' keeping, g.is ranne. electric light and
I'..': rent i . a Monahle. I'hone 1374-V ,
':;; S'-'uml avenue.
..-;FiR RENT Modern furnished front
;.:ir ' p III
all Mr". '
nil k M'- "
712 Twenty-fifth street
Phone w-sl 2-1 1. OT'
Trent, suit department
RENT Two neatly furnished
ri: tooms. all modern, suitable, for
ot two ladles or gentlemen, at
RENT Large modern furnlsh-d
m. two gentlemen, with l"ard.
I usf of large barn suitable for
1"1: Second avenue. I'hone
I. s ! - V .
FOR RKNT A well furnished front
room, eiectric light, hot and cold wa- ;
ler lavatory In ruiitn ; hot water heat- I
er lor hath; board across the street;'
Se ei.teenth street Phone 11SJ7-X.
COST ASH FOVXD.
L' i.-T Hd -f nshloned wstch charm, val
uable for aasoclatlons. Reward for
re. ui ti to V. M. C A.
Li iST- In west part of city, embnrider
ed i rash haugha-g c-ontalning mt-iiey
and ai'ial.- papt-rs. Liberal reward
f-r return to Argus
l.i is T Black blllbook containing mon
rv and xaluahle papers, on Watch I
';'.. t -ai'. Wednesday evening. Re- I
' .r:i to :Mil Fifth-and-a-half avenue
and receive reward
K,iST - Thursday noon, between Six
teenth str-et ar.d Eleventh avenue and
R.s-k Island I igh school, a small blue
enamel watch with wreath of gold
leaves engraved on back of case.
PLEASANT F. COX Tteal estate and
insurance. Loans a specialtr. Beat
fire companies represented. Tour pa
tronage solicited. Phones west 22.
and new 6172. Office at courthouse.
WE WILL BOND TOC Executors', ad
ministrators, guardians', trustees'
or any kind of Judicial bonds; lodges
and society officers; city, atate or U.
S government officials: contractors,
positions of trust. In fact, any kind
of bond you want lexcept ball bonds).
Ternib rtasiiiable Hayes & Cleave
land. resident managers. Fidelity A
I Deposit company of Maryland.
Rewurd for return to Argus.
CARDS OF TIIAXKS.
THE children of t
;bin'. desire to
lare Samuel Luck-
express tne.r thanks
to me manv friends
wh" assisted them d
ring the i-k-
death of their beloved fath-I
alo desire to thank those ' .
HUM I PS AXU MOTORCYCLES.
TIRKS tall make-!
etc . cut prices;
i4: i- lying Merke:
'ale rrlce. Hi Inr.
bicycles at whole
a: ge and blue enameled'-. ?',l-210 '
Last Third s'reet. L'avenporl
THF STATED MEETINC
A lodge No '.7. A. F
! 'tog held on the first
, 7& JT each month. Spec
NT "ri M M dejeref
THF STATED MEETING OF TRTrt
F A A M.. i ;
Special for work ;
April 1" at n ?" p nt isit;r.g Lre;--
r' :i are -ordnillv in. :'e! Rv .r.i-r -f
I. E ll-jmifi W M : W R. Ref
Bi'FOKD POST. 243. G A A. mee-s
regularly on th- se-ond and fourth
Si.t inlay ever.ir.gs of each month at
7 3 i in Merror.M, hall a: tr.e eovrt
hoLise W. M Johnston, commander
E. Ii. Buck, djuuat. j
DIDN'T BEAN YOU
sill. vts 1
! WHw he'6 so
i ' I
W ASTED MALE HELP.
WANTED We want four first class
specialty salesmen to call on the (ten
eial store trade In nearby states; ?j
pei;se money advanced and refer
ences required. W. U. Peterson. rixm
214 New Kimball hotel, Davenport.
A counter man at Janes'
WANTED Ten laborers; apply Illinois
Oil company, 1517 Second avenue, up
stairs. WANTED Boys: must be 15 yearx of
Pise or over. Mutual Wheel companv,
WANTED Roys. If! years old or over
Apply superintendent Rock Island
Ka-.h it Do.rr w.irks.
WANTED Tountf man to work on
truck farm. Inquire Fred DaSf.
South Rock Island.
WANTED At once, two bovs or yonnjr
nin at Adunis Wall Paper corripunv,
.112-Slti Twentieth street.
WANTED Boy and .helper In shop.
Apl Smith Hystem lleatiiiK com
pany, it; id First avenue.
WANTED A younar man under 21
years t learn papering and painUiiK
trade, inquire 4 1 i Sevenioent h Btreel.
WANTED Good woiKlworkinsr mac!, ire
man at Bennett Organ company. For-tv-rourth
street, city, no boozers ap
ply. WANTED Boy 15 or 16 years of age
to work on truck farm. Apply to
John M. Meyer, Ninth street, tsouth
WANTED A first class experienced
clothing man. good saiary. single- i
j nee. 111.
man pveierred. Myers tiros., Ktwu.
WANTED Experienced blacksmiths
aioi gear mounters; steady work ior 1
r,Khi parties. DeKulb Wagon com- j
! pany. DeKalh. 111. i
WANTED Steamfitters. by Corn Prod-!
ucts Refining company at Pekin, IIL; j
I men who can read drawings; trans-i
portutloti refunded, union wages.
'WANTED -- Collector; must be thor-
oughly acquainted with the trl-cities
1 only Lard worker need appi ; one i
I who has ambition to better himself.
, I'hone west 210.
WANTED Tea and coffee salesman for
tri-clties; liberal commission .mil sal
ary (5rent Atlantic A- Pa-Mr T-a
mmjuiv. !12 West S cir.-ld Street.
I inveiiport. Iowa.
WANTED D-tectlve. man to .-;i raie
In own locillty; secret service work.
Address M .M. A- H. Protect ive a.-so-eliitior..
si;it- ;.24-.',-S. '.'.2 North t'iarU
str -t. Chi. -ago. 111.
I WANTE1 Roys to carry papers west!
i of Nineteenth street. Rock Island. If I
j you want to carrv papers, call at oncel
at the Dispatch offl-e. lf.n Library i
avenue. Moline. m.
WANTED Foreman, for a sash, blind
solid and veneered door la-lory; ;i
permanent position for the
man. answer at once with ref
Address "ti.." care Argus.
WANTED Experienced door cutter,
one who thoroughly understands
lumber and grades of doors: perma
nent la-e f.,r the right man. Ad
dress li'i'." care Argus.
WANTED Good live men for canvass
ing; must be hustlers; to Jlo a
day; don't answer unless you mean
business: good thing for good men
Colton Specialty companv. St. Joseph.
WANTED I want men. to write for my
illustrated catalogue showing how I
teach the barber trade qui-kiy.
cheapls-. thorough ly. and furnish tools.
M"ney earned while learning. Start
now. A. B Moler. president Moler
college. Chicago. 111.
VVATET FEMALE HELP.
tel -Dishwashers at Harms ho-
middle aged woman to do
Inquire 1123 Sixteenth
WANTED Girl to do gor.eral house
work in family of three at 625 Forty
WANTED Woman to do genera! work
in boarding house Apply 2113 Fifth
avenue. Rock Island.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; two in family. Inquire lu43
WANTED Competent girl. In family of
two. no other need apply. Inquire
714 Twenty-first street.
WANTBD Girl to do general house
work In family of two. Mrs. Walter
Yerburv. 211 Third avenue
WANTED Woman or girl to do gen
eral housework. Inquire at 53."
Twenty-first street. Phor.e west
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework, no washing; good
wages. Applv 14 Thirteenth street.
WANTFD A rir! to do general work
in hotel: good wages and short hours.
Apply at once at Thatcher hotel.
I WANTED Agents, at or.ce. to sell tor
i r.&do and flood postcards, send 10c for
five sample -ard. and information
I A. E. Carney. East Moline. IK.
1 WANTED Agents; "Tragic Story of'
! America's Greatest Disaster;'' thebig.
gest money maker agents ever had:
216 daily If you start now. large ;
book. K'O illustrations. oufi free.
J. S Zlegler company. Chicago.
w am c.! position by he- est
perate ana er.eraretlc miT.
years old-, si travel, selling
cf.ir.ery or ""ther goods, trave.ed e
states, would do common labo
better work is se-jred. Add
'Machinery." -are Arg-js
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp
plannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of ail inds. City store, 16.'
icaoc avenue. Pocne 111.
WITH A LEAD PEANUT !
bCkl d I
ii i iw t
i WANTED Desk room,
i phone. Address "Desk,"
with use of
WANTED Dressmaking- by the flav at
my home at U10 Third avenue, liock
WANTED To buy, Ice box for store;
must be In gtrod condition. Phone
WANTED Paper cleaning: by the hour,
neatly and quickly Cone; kitchens
kalsomined. Call west 1187-X.
WANTED To purchase, one or two
diamonds from owners; will pay g-ood
I price. Address "W. R.," Arftus office.
WANTED By couple, possession be
f 're May 1 of a small modern house
in desirable locality. Phone west
WANTED To buy. furniture and
stoves; will pay the highest price for
WANTED Experienced male stenogra
pher wilh regular position wiU ac
cent a limited amount of work after
r. p. m. or 7 p ni. I'hone rio.r,-K.
WANTED To buy. a horse 10 to 12
years old and weighing about 1,000
io l.l'mi pounds. Inquire Peter Schleu
ter. Ninth street. South Rock Island.
WANTED Two or three modern fur
r.iMied rooms for light housekeeping;
must be centrally located; can fur
nish references If required. Phone
West 2 Hi.
WANTED All kinds of repair work
and building. Get my prices betore
letting your work. Call at 2610 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue, or phone west 2422
between 7 and 8 pm. Call for A. J.
WANTED Middle ag-l couple, to room
and board; woman to do housework
in exchange for same; or middle aged
woman to do housework. Apply Sher
man house. Seventeenth street and
'1 Inrd avenue.
WANTED To show you free of charge
how my Duntley pneumntic sweeper
mrikes fious wo-k a pleasure. Cine
week free trial by addressing J.
Jenolaiid. !29 Twenty-second street.
I'hone west 497-X.
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. y. D.." care Argus.
WANTED You to siart mail order bus
iness: you buy no instruction course:
tree information so you can start big
paying business; you make your own
goods; write and print your circu
lars free: no expensive newspaper ad
vrtis!ng: n-w plan best of all. Mes
serger. Dept. 37. Monrovia. Calif.
WANTED Money If this ad catches
your eye. and yon need a little help,
call, write, phone or send messenger
boy to our new location, lfiiy Swond
avenue. Rock Island, for all personal
loans, such as diamonds watches, iew
elry. furniture, pianos, or high grade
articles of any kind; no matter what
It may lie. Private parlors for ladles
or gent; 1C1'.' Second avenue. Phone
wevt 177. Johnny Jones, since lsS4,
manager. office houra open every
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of said county.
To the May term, A. D. 1913. In Chan
I William H. Riewerts. complainant vs.
' D. L. La Rue, the urknown heirs or
' devisees of D. L. Ln Rue. deceased:
'Katie La Rue, Henry C. Kramhoft; the
unknown wife or widow of Henry C.
i Kramhoft; the unknown heirs or devl
j sees of Henry C Kramhoft, deceased.
and the unknown owners of the south
east quarter of the northeast quarter of
I section fourteen i!4i. also the follow
S lng described tra-t of land: Commenc
: ing nt a strike eleven ill! rods and fif
teen 1 11 links soutn of the northwest
coiner of section thirteen I13. town
;shlp nineteen 1 19 '. range two i2). east
'of the fourth principal meridian. Rock
Island county, Illinois, tnence north fif
teen i I.".) tods and ten l(i links, thence
south F-venty-four 1 74 1 degrees, west
! thirteen (13l rods and four I4i links,
'thence south forty-five 45) degrees and
: thirty i 3"i minutes east to the paoe of
beginning, being ninety-one il square
; roiis. all in township nineteen (.18 ), north
rang- two i 2 east of the fourth princi
pal meridian, situated In said Rock Is
; land count v and the said state of Ilii
i nots. defendants.
Affidavit of non-residenre of each and
. all of the above named defendants hav
i ing been toed In the office of the clerk
of the circuit court of said county, no-
la li.rt.Kv .-'.-en to ench of Kulfl non-
I -b-iaar,r ti.ei.tnTit- that rdirniBlnnnt
ie-.eH hi. Von of comrdalnt In aald court,
ion the' chancerv side thereof, on the
'2lst dav of March. A. D. 1913. and that
thereunon a summons Issued out of
. court wherein said s ilt Is now
lr.eiidir.e- :.Eslnst said defendants above
named, returnable on 'he first Mondav
i of v.nv ilia tis Is bv law reauired
Now unless you. the saiiLjion-resldent
i defendants above named, and each of
i a 1 rersonailv be and appear be -
', fore said circuit court on the first day
of the r.ex'. term thereof, to be holden
at Rock Island. In and for said co-jnty.
Ion the first Monday in May. 1913. next.
land plead, answer or d-mur to said
1 complEinant s bill of complaint, the
'same and the matters and things there-
charged ar.d stated will be taken as
confessed and a decree entered against
vou according to the prayer of said blil.
In testimony whereof. I have here
unto set my hand ar.d affixed the seal of
said court, at mv office in Rock Island,
this 21st day of Slarch. A. D. 1913.
iSeal) GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Devore X. Simor.son. soliritor.
Estate of Amelia S Pollard.
The undersigned having
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Amelia S. Poiiard. late of
the county of Rock Island, sta'e of Illi
nois, deceased, i.ereby gives notice that
he will appear tefore the Hun. Benja
min Le... ; :dge of tee probate court of .
F.ock Island "'ur.'r, at the probate;
cojrt rccirr.. in the city of P.o-lt Island.'
at tne Jure term, oa 'he first Mondav .
in Jure :: xt. at whl"n time all person
having cairns against said estate are i
notified and req'.estd to attend for ttie j
p-rpose of having tr.e same adjusted. !
All persons Indebted to said estate ere :
rei i s-e.J to neke immcuiate payment'
v.. ''.' ... i. -i tiji.eo
L-s-.led li t., day of March A. D 1912
ALFRED H. POLT.AP.D.
Ingram & Swee:
Ek a m h f 1 y R Jmk
WCll NovJ EC Bui S9vJ
ttL EXTfcFWtLV fOUO Of
iOU POSS. ft NUT'
FOR SALE XiaCELLAITEOrS.
FOR SALE Horses, at
FOR BALE A trood folding- bed;
quire at 1222 Fortieth street.
FOR SALE Black soil by the load. In
quire by phrme. West 920T. or West
FOR SALE Small porch, cheatf, if tak
en at once; Hi Twenty-fourtu street.
FOR SALE Ten bushels of Early Ohio
seed potatoes. Inqiure 621 Twenty
FOR SALE Cheap, English cab baby
buggy. Good as new. Inquire at
1 224 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Cherry and plum trees, also
fine white oak posts .Phone SS6. one
ring. W. H. Schroeder.
FOR SALE Good drlvlnp horse, also
g-ood set of harness; 604 Dearborn
street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE -j- Cheap If taken before
April 1, soba fountain and fixtures.
Addre.os "E. P.," care Argus.
FOR FALE Eggs for hatching; full
blooded White Wyandotte eggs; $1
per setting. Phone north 4S74-Y.
FOR SALE As rood as new, four-hole
gas range with oven; also kitchen
cabinet. Harper House pharmacy.
FOR SALE: Team of black driving
horses with harnesa. surrey and run
about. Call at 612 Second street.
FOR SALE Home grown Early Ohio
seed po-tatoes; extra fine. Inquire at
1'J37 Seventeenth street, flat No. S.
FOR SALE Eleven single comb black
Minorca pullets and one rooster. In
quire J. Anthony, 122t Richmond
street. Phone west 638-L
FOR SALE One kltchn cabinet, dress
er, commode, three polished oak set
tees, one upholstered settee, and ice
chest, at 2109 Third avenue.
FOR PALE Folding go-cart. Jockey
cart, child's Iron bed. high chair,
jumper, and ether household goods,
nt lu'ii Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOR SALE Cheap, butcher's Ice box
in good condition, size 4xBx9 feet,
t all at McCnrty's store. Ninth street.
South Rock Island, or phone west
FOR SALE White Wyandotte eggs for
setting; from good laying stijck.
Phone 891 6 rings. 11. G. Spitznas,
Twenty-fourth street, Sduth Rock 1s
land. FOR SALE Household furniture, only
used two years, good as new; party
leaving city: also lease to six-room
modern house at 916 Fourteenth
FOR SALE Buff Orpington eggs. 22
for 3 3. First cockerel, second pullet,
Moline poultry show. H. Baker,
Twenty-fourth street and Twentieth
FOR SALE Laying hens and eggs Tot
hatching; Barred Rocks. Buff Rocks
nnd White Oimgtons; 7a cents for
13. William Lavender, phone west
FOR SALE White Plymouth cockerels,
heavy bone, choice exhibition and util
ity stock, line bred from record lay
ers and grand winners; I need the
room and will give you some rare
bargains; eggs for hatching Phone
west 467 or 180C-L. Dr. O. M. Myers.
1900 Twelfth avenue.
FOR SALE lAJ-JDS.
FOR SALE Or exchange f"r city
property, one and one-third acres,
with good rottage, large barn, two
wagon sheds and corn crib, on Ninth
street road In South Rock Island.
Just the place to raise chickens In
quire of L R. Mace at VVoolworth's
6 and 10 cent store.
FOR SALE Apple orchards; do not buy
an apple orchard until you have read
our 100-page booc on that subject
and "How to Test a Land Invest
ment," sent free on application.
Hayes & Hayes; 40 years' experience:
200.000 acres sold without a dollar
loss to any customer: 312-213-314
Safety building. Rock Island. 111.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. In Chancerv.
Francis J. Norris. Thomas William
Norris, Agnes Cooper, Edward T. Flack.
Mabel F. Tonn. Aythur J. Flack. Louis
A. Flack. Mary Tt. Flack. William S.
Flack. Margaret N. Weidner vs. Crom
well Norris. Otis Norris, George Norris
land Anna B
Wilson. Partition. Gen-
era! No. 6846
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of said court, entered in the
above entitled cause on the l.th day
of March. A. D. 1913, I shall, on Wfd
! npf-lay. the 9th day of April. A. D.
191. at tne
hour of 10:15 o'clork In
at the east door of the
court house, in the city of Rock Island.
In said county of Rock Island, to Fatlsfy
i!1! decree, sell at public vendue to the
highest bidder, for cash In hand, the
rertaln parcel of land, situate In the
county of Ro-k Island and state of
Illinois, known and described as frol
ic ws. to-wlt:
The, south one-half fH) of lot thirty-
five iSf. I. in Sarah J. Aiken's sub-dl vis-
Ion or tne middle one-tnird (1-3) or the
south one-half i i or section two (2.
i In township seventeen M7. north of
range two 2. west of the fourth i4th
'principal meridian, excepting therefrom
i the east twelve (12 feet thereof sold
and conveyed to the Rock Island and
(Milan Street Railway company, situated
j In the township of South Rock Island,
j In the county of Rock Island and state
I of Illinois, provided the said bid upon
'said above described premises shall be
I equal to at least two-thirds of the valu
istion put upon the same, as shown by
1 the report of the commissioners here
tofore appointed by the court to make
I Terms of sale: Cash In hand.
Dated at Rock Island. 111., this l'th
day of March. A. D. 1918
JOSEPH L HAAS
; Master In Chancery, Rock Island Coun-
Marlon E- Sweeney, complainants' ao-
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
tinued to date covering anv res! es
tate in the county, prompt ar.d 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 " ational bank build
lng. Rock Iiland,
FOR SVALB CITT PROPERTY.
FOR SALtu Twelve lota on Eighteenth
venue, between Thirty-first and Thirty-second
streets. Inquire 1701 Thir
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at once, a
three room oottage at 1604 Elgfhth
street; rood well and fruit trees. In-'
FOR PALE Strictly modern eight
room house, located on nice residence
street, near Long View park. In
quire 1028 Fourteenth street.
FOR SALE Cheap, corner lot. Six
teenth avenue and Thirty-sixth street.
Buford & Guyer's addition. Terms.
Address B. J. Blecker. Curtis. Neb.
FOR SALE Good building lot In Lin
coln Mourt; facing Seventeenth street;
110 feut deep. 46 feet front, 42 H ft
mlddlt, 7s feet rear. Phone Weet
FOR BALE Lots in Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh atreet and Fifteenth
avenue; payments It per month.
Call 1700 Sixth a treet. Old phona
FOR SALE At a bargain. If taken soon,
modern six-room house, 1221 Four
teenth street; easy payments. At
home only evenings and Sundays.
Phone west 1346.
FOR SALE Cheap, good residence lot
in Buford & Uuyer s addition, corner
Thirty-sixth street and Sixteenth av
enue. Address B. J. Blecker, gen
eral delivery, city.
FOR 8ALE1 Seven-room hrnse. with 2H
acres of ground, well and cistern; lo
cated one block from car line; at a
sacrifice if taaeji before April HO. Ad
dress "S. G. S.," care Argus.
FOR SALE Cheap, a five-room nouse,
wttr furnace, gaa light, and aewer:
large lot, cement walks; one blocat
from Long View park; a paying; in
vestment; owner Don-residenL Ad
dress L. M. 60," car Argus.
FOR SALE Fix-room house at 532 Hen
dricks street. South Rock Island;
furnace, electric light, chicken house,
lot &4xl78 feet; terms, half down, bal
ance five years. Inquire at 5f Hen
dricks street. Phone west 1S14-K.
FOR aVALB Lota la South Heights,
south ot Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; 826 down, balance In five
years. K. W. Robinson, 1464 Rich
mond street. Phone west liefc-K.
FOR SALE M-Clellan Heights first
addition residence frontage; a most i
excellent, unobstructed river view;
the choicest now available; 110 feet
frontage. 156 feet deep. 135 feet on
allev; all street and alley improve
ments In. I'hone north 362S.
FOR SALE Lot 126x140 feet and five
room house, at Ninth and Brashar
streets. South Rock Island; summer
kit-hen, barn, chicken house, and two
wagon sheds; has electric light, wa
ter, and furnace. Inquire William
Blaschke, Bouth Rock iBland. Phone
FOR SALE On Thirty-fifth street, one
block from Elm street car, seven
room house, cellar, basemen, t, a No. 1
well, city water, with 1 acres of
ground, $2,20ii; with 1 H aores, 22,000.
Six nice level lots 4ixl20 feet for
tl.f'Oii. Six lots 40xlSo feet, part
level and part rolling, with shade
trees, adjoining Gienwond addition,
$S00. Inquire 1200 Thirty-fifth street.
FOR SALE The following Rock Island
real estate la for sale at reasonable
Two eight-room houaea. all modern.
Six-room house, modern.
Five-room house, with well and cis
tern. Fine seven-room house, all modern.
1611 Twenty-fourth-and-a-half EL
Notice of Publk-alloa.
State of Illinois, County of Rock Is
To the May terra 1911. of the Circuit
Court of said county. In Chancery.
Marcus L. Henderson, complainant,
vs. Charles R. Morey, Fred fc. More)',
Mabel Morey, Ruth G. Morey, Robinson
Wulck. Grace Quick Smith, Tunis IL
Quick, and A. J. Rowland, defendants.
Bill for Partition. General No. 6922 1
To the above named defendants, Ruth
G. Morey, Robinson Quick. Grace Quick
Smith, and Tunis H. Quick:
Notice Is hereby given that the above
named complainant. Msrcus I,. Hender
son, has tiled In said court his bill of
complaint against you, and each of you.
ana the other defendants, for partition
of real estate, which suit Is now pend
ing In said court. That a eommona In
chancery Las been issued In said cause
by the clerk of said court against you.
and each of you, directed to the sheriff
of said county to execute, returnable to
next term of said court, to be r,e-
gun and holden at the court house In
tne city of Rock Island. In bald county
of Rock Island, on the first Monday of
May next, at which time and place you.
and each of you. will appear and plead,
answer or demur to said bill of com
kock isianc iii . .viar-r. '
Clerk of Su id court.
Executor s Notice.
Estate of Fannie F. Pass, deceased,
The undersigned having been ap.
county of Rock island, atate of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before the Hon. Benjamin
Bell, judge of the probate court of Rock
isiar.a county, ii tr.e pror.aie nun
room in the cltv of Rock Is"
nd. at the
y in May
i May term, on the first M'r.-.
next, at which time ail p-.s ns Laving;
claims against said estate are not, fled and
requested to attend for the pari a- of
having the same adjusted. Ail ;
Indebted to said estate are requeued to
make immediate payment to tne under
Dated 19'h day of Mar-h. A. D. 1918.
JAMES G. BRiTTON, Executor.
Exee-atora Net Ice.
of Gertrude E. Hodgson, de-
ce 8 sed
i i he undersigned having been ap-
' pointed executor of the last will and !
j testament of Gertrude E. Hodgson, late;
; oi tne county oi ri icn isianc. siie of
i Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
.that he w:li appear before the Hon. B.
S. B11. judge of the probate court of
. Rock island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the I
'April term, on the first Monday in April
I next, tt which time all persons having
claims agelnst said estate an sanix)l
and ic-quesied to attend for rmrpoae
',f bav.r.g the same a-oed All per
sons indented to aald estate are re
quettei le n.ake immediate payment to
Dated J''fh day of February. A- D.
18 12. WILLIAM M- HODGSON.
t;$: jvS j
Notice of Pueltcatloa.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, May term. 1818.
Hattle Davis vs. Samuel Da via In.
Affidavit or non-residence of Samuel
Davis, the above defendant, having been
filed in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice is therefore
hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant filed her
bill of complaint In aald oourt, on the
chancery side thereof, on the 12th day
of March, 1919. and that thereupon a
aummons Issued out of said court,
wherein said suit la now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday in the
month of May next, as Is by law re
quired. Now. unless you. the said non-resident
defendant above named. Samuel
Davis, shall personally be and appear
before said court, on the first day of
the next term thereof, to be holden at
Rock Island, in and for aaid county, on
the first Monday In May next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein
oharged and stated will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMUT. hi
Rock Island. Ill- March 12. 1913.
Schrlver & Schrlver, complainant's
-Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
tyas: In the Circuit Oourt, May term, A. D.
Maud McGee vs. Joseph MoGee. In
Chancerv, No. 69i8.
Affidavit of non-restdenee of Joseph
McGee. the above defendant, having
been filed In the clerk's office of the
circuit cmirt of said county, notice Is
therefore hereby given to the aald non
resident defendant that the complainant
filed her bill ot complaint In said court,
on the chancery side thereof, on the
ISth day of March. 1912. and that there
upon a summons issued eut of said
court, wherein said suit Is now pend
ing returnable on the first Monday In
the' month of May next, as la by law re
quired. Now. unless yon. the said non-resident
defendant above named, Joseph
McGee, shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the first
av of the next term thereof, to be
i holden at Rock Island. In and for said
rnuntv. on the rum oav or may nex'.
and plead, answer or demur to the said
romif.alnant's bill of complaint, the
same and the matters and things there
in charged and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111-. March 29, 1912.
Jackson. Hurst A Stafford, complain
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
ty ss :
In the Circuit Court. To the May
term. A. D. 1913.
Alva W. Banks vs. Vlo-lct Banke. In
Affidavit of unknown residence of the
defendant. Violet Banks, having been
filed In the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice Is therefore
herebv given to the said unknown res
ident defendant, Violet Banks, that the
complainant filed bis bill of comtflalnt
In said court, on the chancery stdi
thereof, on the 2Sth day of Maroh. 1913
and that thereupon a summons Issued
out of said court, wherein said suit Is
now pending, returnsble on the first
Monday in the month of May next, as
Is by law required.
Now. unless you, the aald unknown
resident detendant. Violet Banks, above
named, shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be
hol'den at Rock Island tn and for said
rrrjntv. on the first Monday In May
next, and plead, answer or demur to the
aaM complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and the matter's and things
therein charged and slated will be tak
en as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of
said bill. GEORGE W. GAM RLE,
Rock Island. II!., March !. 1913
Philip II. Wells, complainant's solici
tor. Administrator's Wotlce.
EHtate of Albert Scbmacht. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed admlrilstiato-r of tne estate of
Albert H-hmarht. late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appear
before ti e pioba'e court of Rock I"land
county, at the probate -mrt room. In
the city of Rock Island, at the June
term, on the first Monday in June next,
at which time ail persons having claims
agalnxt said estate are notified re
quested to attend for the pur-1 fit
having the same adjusted. All persons
Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the urnb r
Dated 29th day or .Marcn, a. i ii.
WILLIAM F. S''IL1Af 'HT.
James W. Maucker. attorney.
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of rheumatism Is nimbly rheumatism
i f d.ubc es due to cold or damp.
j or chronic rheumatism, neither ot
which require anv internal treatment.
! All that is needed to afford relief Is
the free application of Cham berlaln's
. rilve It a trial You are
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1 certain to be pleased with the quick re-
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SI PKIlFLtOUS HAIR.
Bl.'PERr LL'OLB hair and moles on face
and arms permanently removed wltn
tne to six needles. Address Miss A. M.
Kittredge, Flat 1. Argyle Flats. Brady
street. Davenport. Oil phone 2136.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William ML
Walker, lawyer. 211 Peoples Bai.k
CONTRACTOR AMI II t Ii.IHERS.
Manufacturers or satn. Doors, Blinds
and btalra. Interior nmsh of ail kinds.
Hardwood Veneer Flooring and deal
ers In Glass. 211 and 223 Eiafuteerua