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Argus Branch Offices
For the accommodation uf Ha patron
In varlou part or the city. The Argui
baa tabllntird a lyntem uf brancn of
fleaa. wtiirt ubacriptlona and want ad
vertising may he received and aay In
formation left that may pertain to any
department of tlio paper, new or hual
tia It li a.'ao planned to have at each
of theae branch office every evening a
supply of copies of The Argus uf iho
day, an thut any subscriber who may
liave falid under any clrcumalaiices to
receive hie paper, will be supplied free
The Argus' chain of branch office
Inc'udes ne following:
J. J. Vlpp nation store, 450 Flftb
II. M. Rowe's pharmacy. 4111 Four
Rle' drut at ore. Twenty sevrntb
Street, fleventn avenue.
L"liemyer drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. FIMeenth Hrfl
Georg W. Mlllhouse. confectionery.
IC1 Fourth avai.ue.
Mrs. London's nottnn atora. Seventh
Street. Iiv rtifiith avenue.
Hrln.lec.i pharmacy. 2S Third ave
bur Ernest Chort's grocery, SS5 Eleventh
Hode, drus. atora. Thirtieth s'rest
and Fifth avenue.
College piiarmary. Seventh avenue
mud Thirty eighth street.
Olson grocery. Tblrteentb avenue and
Btelner drug store, rorner Fifth ave
siue and Twunt v-thlrrl street.
rOH ItE.iT IIOl'ES.
F'U RKNT Six-room liou
wl h bath
at l.'a Elptitn avenue.
F ' R R B N T - M TxronrtiTirc 1 use
in. Plume w-.u l.r,2.r'.
TOR RENT A modern s'x-room flat;
1UD5 Twenty-first street. Inqulru luui
FOR RENT Modern steam heated flata;
M4 Twinty-a.-venth stroel. inquire
any real estate doaier, or phone north
FOR REWT MISCELLANEOUS.
lOR KENT A buildina; 24x4d font,
with basement, suliubie for u our
penter, tilumblnp shop, or other bus
iness, inquire at 22"0 Sixth avenue.
FOR KENT A splendid suite of out
aide ottii e rooma on second floor of
the Robinson building; either two or
three rooms, with mre. roomy vault;
alao one or two lnsluc rooma, chuap.
F. K. Khoa.ln. 100 Robinson building.
HOME cooking at the Maurker house,
i-orner Sixteenth street and Fourth
avenue, nieiils. 2rt cents: table bouiil,
3.50 a week. Mrs. A. Good
LET Froas do your paper hanging, is
rents a mil; null paper a' eei.ti a
roll and up; o Twenty-fourth street.
Phone weal loi.4-K.
XT TOU WANT to buy. aell. trade or
rent anything, engage help or aevuie
situation, me M'lil and Journal is
the only paper In Mollne that can do
are popular, and Mall and Journal
are popular, ai d Mlal and Journul
wants bring results Ol.e-balf cent
per word la the price to all alike,
cash In advance; two-cent stamps will
do. Evening and Saturday Mail and
Journal. Moilne. UL
PROKEMO.V AL ATTORNEYS.
torneys-at-la w. Office In lUi k Island
National bu'ik building.
BEAKLE & MARSHALL lawyers.
Money to loan on good reai ratal
tecurtty. Rooms, jli'2 and auJ
Rock Island. 11L
WILLIAM M. WALKEK Attorney;
general law busiuras. corpora lion,
probate and real estate law; 3". 1 Peo
ple bank building Phone weal 59
WALKEI'h INGRAM 8VVKE.NET At
torneys and 4-ounsrlors at law. Money
lo loan on real estate. Rooms 200
Xj3. lenp.es National ban bu idlr.g.
M KMliV & M EN1RY Attorneys-at-law.
Loan money on good ecurity;
tu:ik i-oiieetl ona. Heferencea. Mitch
ell & l.yni'. banker. Olllcc. MUcheU
&. Lynde )uii.l.:ig.
. LI W ILL KOXLi WC Executors, ad
ininiRtrator , guardians'. trustees'
or any kind of j.idu-lnl bond: lodges
and society 'ftlctrs. city, state or L.
S government omclal. contractors,
posit n cf tru-t; In fa.-t. any kind
( bond you want trxcrpt Call bonds.
Terms reasonable. Hae Cleave
lar.d. resdent managers. Fidelity &
Deposit company of Maryland.
iH'IMSii MOVEMENT Miss A tn
ur -n. graduated Swedisu masseuse,
give treatment in prl ate homes and
a orT,. e by appoint ir. j'.t Phone wtat
21:!. office, ili Set enteentn atreet.
r;S Eighteenth Street.
(The !J.-t l the Cheapest.)
1TA BLISiifciD 1S74.
American Ins. Co Newark. N. 1.
American Union Ir.s. Co. . . . Phtladeir r.u
Agricult'iral ln. Co New York
1 ariturs' ln to York la.
':tv et New Yor Ins Co New York
Reliance Fire l;;s. Co Philadelphia
Boston Ins Co Massachusetts
Ins Co State of Llinoi ... Kockford. IiL
Connecticut Fire lna. Co. ... C Jnr.e.-tlc .:t
U jUal Life Ins Co New Jersey
at utual Benefit Ltf lr.. Co. . Naw Jerae,
AND' POOR BEN
FOR RKXT ROOMS.
FO R RENT Llpht honsekeeplns; rooms
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for llRht
hounekeeplnf at 207 Third street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room at
Hn2 Sixteenth street. Phone W.
FOR RENT Furnished Hsrht house
keeping rooms, all modern, at 111
FOR RENT Modern furnished room;
private entrance. Inquire 1118 Sec
ond aver, ue.
FOR RENT Three llarht housekeeping
ro 'tn. lann'lry privileges, at 527 sev
FOR Rl-NT Modern furnlched room;
11" I i'urt-nth-and-a-!iaif street.
Rhone wt P44-K.
FOR RENT Two large modern moms.
1 urnixhed fur llgnt houaekeeplnB;
K'l" I'lrxt avenue.
FOR RENT Nleely furnished front
mum t 00 1 Twenty-fourth street.
J'liono west 1443-1
FCR RENT Modern furnished room
f"r gentleman. Apply Fiat No. 1,
FOR RENT Four rooms, unfurnished,
tipMtii.i-K. with sewer, heat and ;as,
nt .S'U 1 wt-ntitti street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
llKlit Housekeeping, with heat and
bath nt 2212 Fifth avenue.
FOR R E NT Five unfurnished rooms
at 2MB Firtn-nnd-a-lialf avenue. In
quire at Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished fron".
room. Htiitabie for one ,r two ptntle
men. at Second avenue.
FOR RENT A larpe modern furnish
ed room, suitable for two: use of
plume; at 1120 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A modern furnished room,
with table board, inquire 3S Seven
teenth Ktreet. Phone west SCU-L.
Ff)R Rf:NT A modern furnished front
rc.-ni. s:itta!ile for one or two. at llil
Second avenue. Phone west 2555.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, with water and gas, for light
housekeeping; 527 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; ulso one modern
sleeping room, at lbu7 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Large modern furnished
front room; use of bath and phone;
private family; at 725 Nineteenth
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room on
tlrst tluor for l.ght housekeeping at
f,S2 Twentieth street- Phone west
FOR RENT Furnished room, with
board, in private family, at 2225
Fourth avenue. Modern conveni
ences. FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, centrally located; use of phone;
at 1 7 1 2 Fifth avenue. Phone west
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished all
moiit-rn rooms for light housekeep
ing i2! Twenty-second street. Phona
FOR RENT Two or three modern fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping;
use of phono; 1105 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Two neatly furnished
front rooms, ell modern, suitable for
one or two ladles or gentlemen at
717 Seventeenth street.
FOR P.FJNT Modern furnished room,
suitable for ona or two gentlemen;
conven'.ont to Third or Fourth ave
nue cars, at 61S Thirty-ninth atreet.
FOR RENT Two front rooms, with
itl' ove, furnished for light house-ke-ping.
with gas stove, eiectrlc light
B-.ii lulu, at 273a Seventh avenue.
Phone west ES7-X.
FOR RENT A well furnished front
room, electric light, hot and cold wa
ter lavatory in ruimi ; hot water heat
er for bath; board across the street;
5J3 Seventeenth street, phone 11S7-X.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Pack leather blllbouk contain
ing money and valuable pais rs. Lib
eral reward lor return to Argus.
Lost Brilliant egg-shaped hatpdn. be
tween Empire theatre and 1311 Fifth
avenue k- ind'T piea return to 1311
Fittn avwiue and receive reward.
LOST on Elm atreet car or American
I theatre. WeUr.eday evening, a black
! s:ik h.tg containing alive: ami gold,
j Finder return to Argus; liberal re
IsTRAYED OR STOLEN A Scorch col-
lie dig. white and yellow, answering
to r.an.e Smiley." Return to John
I Keane. 2519 Elghth-and-a-lialf ave-
nue. and receive $5 reward.
LOST Toady's silver watch and fob. be
tween 11 z rirt avenue ana J. s .
Lentil's insurance office, 1625 Third
avenue. Finder wl'.l be rewarded for
return to 1625 Third avenue, or Argus
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
APS'l ilAC'l'S of titie"prVpredor"con
t:nued to date covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable ratea
Rock Iiand Title A Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J
Sweeney, secretary: 200-203, second
floor. K copies National bank build
ing. Rock Island.
BIOCI.KS AND MOTORCYCLES.
IlKlu (an maisesj. accessories, lamps.
etc : cut prics: $35 Flying Meike!,
bi-cbs :,t who!. s. lie price. $25 ' r-1
-ge and blue ei.ameiedi: 4t-210
East Tt: rd street. Dav-nporl '
6"i FEK FLU O I S hair and moles on face
and arms permanently removed with
o;.e to r'.x r-edles. Address M s- A M.
Xitt.'ege. Fiat 1. Aigyle Fiats. B.ady
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, Ua.iV,
THOUGHT HE WOULD
TA!fTED STALE HELP.
WANTED tVe -want four first class
specialty salesmen to call on the Keh
eral atoro trade in ne&rbv states; ex
pens monev advanced and refer
ences required. TV. D. Peterson, room
214 New Kimball hotel, Davenport.
vTANTETj Cook: apply to the
WANTED Five boys: apply Saturday
8 a, m. at 1B2S Fourth avenue.
WANTED Touns; man to do delivery
work. Apply fH. Tremann's Sons.
WANTED Ten laborers; apply Illinois
Oil company, 1517 Second avenue, ufl
stalrs. WANTED Tountt man to work on
truck farm. Inquire Fred Dass
Sot'th Rock Island.
WANTED Two sjood men canvassers:
proposition in tri-c!ties. Inquire 13C0
WANTED A pood live apent to sell
office accessory ; f"1!s m ylgiit; a pood
commission. Address "P. V.," care
WANTED At once, a first class repair
man: good wapes. steady wirk. Call
ft Fryer's second hand store, 1505
WANTED One lathe hand and one
taorinp mill operator. Apply Rock
Island Manufacturing- oompkiny. Four
teenth avenue and Second street.
WANTED Steamfitters, by Corn Prod
ucts Refining company et pekin. 111.;
men who can read drawings; trans
portation retunaea; union wages.
WANTED I ws.nt men to write for my
Illustrated catalogue knowing how I
teach the barber trade quickly,
cheaply, thoroughly, and furnish to'-ls.
Mumey earned while learning. Start
now. A. B. Moler, president Molcr
college, Chicago, HI.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Housekeeper In family of
two. Address flousekeeper, care
WANTED 'Girl to do general house
work ; two in family. Inquire 1043
WANTED Competent girl. In family of
two: no other need apply. Inquire
714 Twenty-first street.
WANTED Competent plrl to do gen
eral housework; small family; good
wages; at 1-llUi avenue.
WANTED fiirl to do peneral house
work at 031 Thirty-filth street. Phone
west 202 or Wj-Y. Good wages.
WANTED Several young ladies for of
fice work. No former experience nec
essary. Address "Q." this paper.
WANTED Woman to do ironing and
cleaning about two days each week;
1124 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
WANTED An experienced cloak sales
woman at the Royal Cloak company.
Clinton, Iowa. None other need ap
ply. WANTED A girl or middle aged wo
man to do gt-neral housework. Apply
at 806 Fourth street. Phone west
WANTED Cook and second girl (small
honisei; good wages; must have ref
erence; 71S Nineteenth street. Phone
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework; no washing; g od
wages. Apply 104 Thirteenth street.
WANTED By- young lady stenogra
pher, p'.ace to room ar.d board in pri
vate lamliy. Address 1617 Second
WANTED Woman to do general house
work In small family, middle aged
woman preferred. Inquire 1123 Six
teenth street. Phona west 26.
WANTED Stenographer who has had
some experlnece in bookkeeping ; ref
erences required. People's Store. 819
321 Twentieth street. Rock Island.
WANTED Women to do plain sewing
at home for a large Philadelphia
firm; good money and steady work:
i.o canvassing: send reply envelope
for prices paid. Universal company.
Desk. A. Wainut street, Philadelphia,
WANTED Agents: -Tragic Story of
America's Greatest Dlaaster;" the big-
feet money maker age.n:s ever had:
15 daily If you etart now; large $1
book, 100 illustrations; outfit free.
J. S. Zlegler company. Chicago.
WASTED A situation as housekeeper
in good family by elderly lady, in
quire at 1622 Seventh avenue.
W ANTED Situation by your.g man (17
years oldl. with 2V 'years' high school
education: knowledge of typewriting;
best references. phone west 1725-X;
2514 Eighth avenue, city.
AR E you looking for a house or vacant
rooms" Then come in ana see our
list. Nearly every vacant house in
the trl-cltles listed with us. No
charges. Suramerneld's. 1!3-:15 Ea
Second street. Davenport. Iowa
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M.
Waiker. lawyer. Ill Peopie s Bank
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Manufacturer? of fcasn. Doors. Blinds
! ar.d stairs, lnt-rlor r.nisb of ail kinds
, Hardwood Vent r F.oenr.g and dea.
;r In G'" 111 and ZZZ Eig:uee:iic
CA'I A FORTUNE I
WANTET Table boarders at "Mrs. J.
Tounga. 533 Twentieth street.
WANTED Dressmaking. Prices reason,
able. S03 Second avenue. Upstairs.
WANTED To buy. Ice box for store:
must be In good condition. Phone
WANTED Lace curtains to launder at
144S Fourteenth street. Mrs. Luella
WANTED Paper cleaning by the hour,
nutuly and quickly done .at non-union
wages. Call west 11S7-X.
WANTED At or.ce, a fiat or house of
six or seven rooms, close In. at rea
sonable price. Phone west 2505.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains
at "" Fourteenth street. Phone
west 1149-J. Mrs. Ilazzel liudge
WANTED All kinds of rtptur work
and building. Call west liillO-K, or
it, quire 117 Second avenue. West &
WANTED By couple with no children
modern furnished room dose to busi
ness district. Must be first class. Ad
dress "T. J. Q.. ' cars this paper.
WANTED To buy, furniture and
stoves; will pay the hiphesi price for
second hand po-ods. Call Kniff &
Rosen, Moiine. Pnone fast 751.
WANTED; Experienced rr?le stcnogra-
r wilu regular pnsiiin". w ill ac
cept a !:miteil amount of work after
5 p. m. or 7 p. m. Phone 1155-K.
WANTED Wall paper cleaning: work
promptly and neatly do'ie; prices
riijht. Phone west 12i-K. C. L.
Weils. 11T.7 Forty-second street, city.
WANTED To buy, Sperry & Hutchin
son green trading stamp bonks, filled
or purtly f:l!.-d; also ?Linta flaus soap
wrappers. Call 614 Eleventh street,
WANTED Two- nr three unfurnished
rooms on ground floor, by lady em
ployed; must be in walking distance
of business enter; state jrli-e. Ad
dress "X.," 203 s Fourth av.-aue.
WANTED All kinds of repair work
and building. Get my prices before
letting your work. Call at 2510 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue, or phone west 2422
between 7 and 8 pm. Call for A. J.
WANTED Middle aged couple, to room
and board; woman to do housework
in exchange lor same; or middle aged
woman to do housework. Apply Sner
mun house. Seventeenth street and
WANTED To show you free of charge
how my Duntley pneumatic sweeper
makes housework a pleasure. One
week free trill by addressing J.
Jeincland, S2S Twenty-second street.
Phone west 4S7-X.
WANTED To rent, an cipht-room mod
ern house containing bath, living
room, back and front sta;rs, and located
near car line, preferably the Long
View loop. Send location, description
and price to "C. Q. D.." care Argus.
WANTED Money If this ad catches
your ye. and you need a little helo.
cul write, phor.e or s r.d messenger
boy to our new location. I'll Second
av.-nue. Rock Island, for all personal
loans, sie-h as diamonds wati i.es, j.-w-elry.
furniture, piar.os. or h.gh grade
arti'les of any kind; no matter what
it may be. Private; pallors for larl.es
or ge.'its; !G1 S--c"iia avenue. Phone
wept 177. Johnny Jones, since 1884.
manager. Ofiice hours open every
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE Five acres; nice house.
plenty of fruit; located on the Mis
sissippi river: price, $i,o00. For fur
ther particulars, see Eckhart Ac Buf
fum. LODGE DIRECTORY.
THE STATED MEETING OF TRIO
lodge No. R7. A. F. 4 A. M.. is
held on the rlrst Tuursday of
each month. Special for work
o.i M. M. degree. Thursday,
April 10, at 6:3 p. m. Visiting breth
ren are cordially Invited. By order of
L. E. Hemanway, W. M. ; W. B. Pettit,
BUFORD POST. 14 S, G. 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.
CARDS OF THANKS.
THE children of the late Mrs. W. O.
S.nlth wish to express their apprecia
tion to the manv kind friends and
neighbors for their kindnesses during
ti;e sickness and death of their be
loved mother. They also desire to
thank all those who sent flowers.
NOW is the time to disinfect your
poultry hour? and yard, witn Conk
ey s Nox-i-cide. It prevents disease
and ir.sures a healthy hatch. Come
in and get a -an now. Guaranteed by
Owatonna Flour & Feed company,
2010 Third avenue: also T. S. O'Hara.
1420 Seventh avenue.
! KENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Cblp
F'.ar.r.ock nur-trv. Cut flowers and
i cc-s.gns of aal inds. City store, 16o:
i Sei.d avertic. Phone 1110.
i estate of Tannic F. Pass, deceased.
I The undersigned having 1-een ap
pcir-.Tfd exeruu r of the last will and
' testament of Kar.r.ie F. Pasj. iat of the
i fioiitv of r,- k Island, st.-.te o: Illinois.
flef.uoi. 1;ere' y gives notice tnat he
w'i:i pper betore the lion. B-r.jamir.
: B-li. juiiir- c-f tlie pr .ba'.e court of Rock
i Island county, : ti.e pr-ibate eoui t
'room, in the iiy of Rock Island, a; t .e
.May term, on tr.- first Monday m M..v
. next, i t which time ail persons having
ianr. iigajr. 3t S'i,d '-state are not - tied ai. J
req n st 1 t-, .-.;: i :-.r t:.e purpose c.f
ta o-ig t.-.e uar.T- adjusted. A I per?-.-ns
ind t ied to sa d .-t:e aie reo,ies,d to
make irr.rni.-Ui.: te payment to the undt-f-'
La-.'-d l-th 'lay of Mar-h. A D. I?13.
I Ji.Vr"S G. 1IiuX EjLecutoc
Aiiui. II, l.i;$.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS,
FOR SALE Horses, at 31 Twenty
FOR SALE Two g-as stoves; Inquire
1616 Twelfth street.
FOR SALE A good folding- bed; In
quire at 1222 Fortieth street.
FOR SAL.E Oond wicker po-cart,
cheap, at 918 Fourteenth street.
FOR SALE Black soil by the load; 1n
qllre by phone, west 920-T. or west 42.
FOR SALE Fine r.ew three-room house
boat. Call at foot of Second street.
FOR SALE Good meat market; must
sell on account of sickness. Address
"H.." care Argus.
FOR SALE Or trade, cabinet cruiser,
seats 20 to R" reoufe. A W. Biliburg.
221 Twentieth etreet.
FOR SALS Three sets single harness,
heavy or light, at 318 Twenty-second
street. Phone west isi.
FOR SALE Good driving horse, also
good set of harness; o04 Dearborn
street. South Rock is'and.
FOR SALE Dining room set, bedroom
furniture, etc. Call at 1111 Sixteenth
street, or phor.e -.vest 7f2-Y.
FOR SALE Eleven Lawndale baseball
suits, good as ney. Walter C-elg.r;
phone west luSS; S31 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE A 12-Inch plow and three
burner gasoline stove, g-iod as new;
142S Thirty-first street, or phone
FOR SALE Buff Orpington eggs for
setting; $1 for 15. at Twenty-foruth
street and Twentieth avenue. Phone
FOR SALE One kit-hen cabinet, dress
er, commode, three pclished oak set
tees, one upholstered settee, and ice
chest, at 21oii Third avenue.
FOR SALE A lot of thoroughbred
Rhode Island Reds, singlo or double
comb; also setting hens and c-;-;s.
Inquire 3613 Eleventh street, city.
FOR SALE White Wyandotte eggs for
scttiiuj,'; from good laying t-tovk.
Phone SM 5 rln?s. 1 1, (i. Spitznas,
Twenty-fourth street. South Rock Is
land. FOR SALE Household furniture, only
used two years, good as new; party
iea :ns city; also lease to s;s-rooni
modern house at i16 Fourteenth
FOR SALE Laying hens and ejrgs for
hatching; Barred Rocks, Buff Rocks
and Wi.ite Orpingtons; 75 cents for
It. William Lavender. Phone west
FOR SAL: Buff Orpington eggs, J2
for 3 3. Fir.-t cockerel, second pullet,
Moiine poultry show. Ji. Baker,
Twenty-fourth street and Twentieth
FOH SALE Cheap, a nice lot of house
hold goeds .witu line up:-:eli- piano.
Payments if d-rire.l. l:oj.i;re J.jia
Second avenue. Rock island, 111.
FOR SALE An lS-fort gasoline launch
m f:ood condition; will sell cioap, as
pal ty is leaving city; a-t qui. k!y.
1 hone west 2:fi-K, or inquire at
1204 Second street.
FOR SALE White Plymouth cockerels,
heavy bone, choice exhibition and util
ity sto'k, line bred from record lay
ers and grand winners; I nef d the
room and will give you some rare
barf-uii-.s, eggs for hatching. Phone
west 467 or lbOI-L. Dr. O. iL Myers.
1900 Tweli'tn avenue.
FOR SALE Scoffs wonderful beauty
discoveries. Floral and rosa creams,
cb-ars and whitens the Fkin like that
of a child. Face pow.ler. the only
adhesive powder on the market;
comes In six shades. Dandrutt' re
mover, guaranteed or money refund
ed. Many other beauty articles not
obtainable elsewhere. Phornj west
219&. for samples; evenings from 6
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun-
In the Circuit Court, to the May
term, A. D. 1913.
Hazel Mudge, complf.lnant. vs. John
Mudge. defendant. In Chajieery.
Affidavit of noa-retiidence of the de
fendant. John Mudge. having been filed
In the clerk's otfb-e of t lie circuit court
of said county, notice is t.ierefore here
by given to the sid non-rrsident de
fendant that the cmiMaii ant riled her
bill of cotnpia:jit in sa;u eo :rt. on the
ciiarcery side tin reof, on tne 2iih dav
of March, J913. and that thereupon a
summons issued out of said court,
wherein siild suit is now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday in tne
mtynth of May next, as is by law re
quired. Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendant above named, John
i Aiuage, sc. au persona. ly be and appear
before sa d circuit c-jurt. on the first
i day of t. e next ;rm thereof, to be
holden at Ro.-k hUni, in and for said
;coniriiy. on U:- ;,rst Monday in Miiy
: next, and plead, answer or den-.ur to ti.e
j said complainant's bill cf eom:..iair.t, the
: same ar.d the matters and tnlngs ti.ere
j in charged oi.d stated will be taken as
1 confessed. nd a decree nter-d .'iiiinst
j you act-oruir.c to t;.e ju-a vr r.t si.'l i-iil.
I GfiOItGS W. GAMBLE. i-:rk.
t P-o-k Isluitd, I!... April :. 1313.
j J T. and S. R. K-;r.wort!.v, compiain
. art's sc-i.'. i'.or-.
Esta'e of Amelia S. Pc-IIard. dec.-ased.
The under' d havi.-.K been ap-
: pointed executor if the Jast v.-ji! ai.d
testament cf Anieila S. P.diard. lat of
the co.ir.ty t.f Ho. k Island, state o; Illi
nois. 6 f :?.. ii.-rei.y gives notice that
he v!ii appear b-ore tnr Jior. B-nja-mit.
Bell. ; J'it i ot the probate court o'
Ruck Isi.-ir.d i-n-ir.iy, at tne probi.t-
cort room. jr. the lty of 1;.,.;- isiai.d.
;t tt.e June tc-itn. on th - rir. t . uumy
in J-ji.c next, at which lim- al, person's
havir.g tla.ia.s aii.st laid e.rtate are
notin'd and rtqi'iu-a to :.tt'r:,i for tne
purp'-s - rf having tne sumc adj-;steu
Ail p.-f.-.-ns inaeij-ed to Siid t. ere
rev;e: ' 1 to rr.r.k. imrcuute p .7: r.t
t-., 1 ': e : i ("-?.- l&-..eu
Dated lth dy ijarr ii. A D. 1913
j ALFiiED li. i'OLLARD.
- Kx-e ;tcr.
1 Walker. Ir.gram & iatcctj, af.or-
EY FAERY MILT
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALF, Twelve lots on Eighteenth
avenue. between Thirty-first and
Thlrtv-second streets. Inquire 1701
FOR SALE Cheap, corner lot, Six-teej-.th
avenue and Thirty-sixth street.
Buford & Guyer's addition. Terms.
Address B. J. Blecker, Curtis. Neb.
FOR SALE Lots In Sheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments of 5 per month.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old phone
FOR BALE Cheap, good residence lot
in Buford & Guyer's addition, corner
Thirty-sixth street and Sixteenth av
enue. Address B. J. Blecker, gen
eral delivery, city.
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with 2H
acres of ground, well and cistern; lo
cated one block from car line; at a
sacrifice if taken before April SO. Ad
dress "S. G. S" care Argus.
FOR SALE Corner lot, 45 feet, east
front, loO feet, at Twenty-sixth street
and Sixteenth avenue; will sell choap
for cash. Inquire of R. F. Russell,
022 Fourteenth-and-a-half street,
phone west 65-K.
FOR SALE Cheap, a flve-rom house,
with furnace. ,gas light and sewer;
large Jot, cement walks; ono block
from Long View park; a paying In
vestment ;ovner non-resident. Ad
dress " 1. M. 50," care Argus.
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and tSeventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance in five
years. K. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone west 1165-IC
FOR SALE Five-room cottage at 2954
Thii teentli avenue, on hung View
loop; lut 50xl2o feet; city water and
gas; $1,850, or terms If desired; own
er now resident: a bargain. Inquire
123o Fourteenth-and-a-half stieet.
FOR SALE Two-story six-room house;
good attic and cellar, sewer and gas;
lot )S.2'Jo; located on Nineteenth ave
nue, near Seventeenth street. South
Heights. This place can bo bought
rig.'.t. Make us an offer. Kckhart &
FOR SALE Lot 126x140 feet and five
room house, at Ninth and Brauhar
streets. South Rock Inland; summer
kitchen, barn, chicken house, and two
wagon sheds; has electric, light, wa
ter, and furnace. Inquire William
BiaS' like. touth Rock Island. Phonu
FOR SALE On Thirty-fifth street, one
block from Elm street car, seven
room house, cellar, basement, a No. 1
well, citv water, with l't acres of
ground. $2,200 ; with 1 3 acres, $3,000.
Six nice level lots 4'ixl20 feet for
51,1'0'J. Six lots 40xl(o feet, imrt
level and part rolling, with shade
trees, adjoining Glenwood addition,
JbOO. Inquire 1200 Thirty-fifth street.
FOR SALE! The following Rock Island
real estate is for sale at reasonable
prli et? :
Two eight-room housos, all modern,
siv-rootn house, modern.
i Five-room house, with well and cls
i Fine seven-room house, all modern,
! 1611 Twenty-fourth-and -a-lialf St.
j PLNNANTS, MUTTONS, ri.EATI.VGS.
' NOVELTY CO. Phone 743: 23'J So.
Putnam building, Uavenpirrt. Iowa
Felt pennants, fags, monograms, pil
low covers, et.-;.; accordoou ,-nci kill fa
pleatir.gs, 7-ora 2c yard and up. Buttons
covtr.xl in plain and colored lvoiy
rims, from 1'jc diaui up. lrss forma
Lui.'jiug. i-na.ua .
j Notice of Publlcntlou.
j State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun-
; ty ts:
! In the Circuit Court, May term, A. D.
Maud Mcfjee vs. Joseph MeGce. In
Chancery; No. 69.'. S.
Affidavit of non-residence of Joseph
McGifc. tiie above defendant, having
been nied in the clerk's office of the
circuit court of said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to tiie said non
resident defendant that the complainant
tiled l.er bill of complaint In said court,
on the chancery side thereof, on tiie
2Sth day of March. 1913, and that there
upon a summons Issued or-t of said
court, whciein said suit is now pend
ing, returnable on the first Monday in
the month of May next, as is by law re
quired. Now. unless you, the sr.td r.on-rrsi-dent
defendant above named, Joseph
M'-Goe, snail personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the lirst
ilay of the next term thereof, t' be
hold.' n at Rock Island. In and for sa'.d
county, on iji- fifth 'lay of M-iy jn x
and pi' ad. answr or d.-mur to t,e. said
con: -s.ainan t's hill of complaint, the
i-me and tiie matters and tii.ngs 'here
in charged and stated will be tak-n as
confessed, f-ml a dei-ree entered against
V'-j accord iuff to ti.e prayer oi said
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. III., March 29, 1513.
J:-.i l:: oii. Hurst &. Staff ui d, compluin
ant s solicitor.
Notice of Publication.
Stste of Illinois. County ef P.oclc Is
To the May term 161S. of the Circuit
Court of said county. In Chancrry.
Miicus L. Henderson, c";ipJa':nant,
vs. Cnarles R Mor-j-, Fred S Morey
Mabel More;.-. Ruth G. Mor'-y, Robinson
W .i ';. Grace Quiek Smith, Tunis H.
Quick, an A J. Rowland, defendant.
Bill it Partition. General No. C922.
To the above named def. nda nts, Ruth
G. More;-, ob!racm Oub k. Grace Ouiek
Srnit-i and Tunis H. OiP-k:
Not; e is hereby given that the above
r.;.rr.e,! , o'cplalnar.l. Marcus L. Hender
son. "r. - t.i'd 1n said court his bnl of
. corn i i.i.:.t atrainst you. and -ach of you.
! ar a ti e i:nsr defendants, for partition
of rf-a. e--tate. which suit is now pend
ing in said court. That a -mmons In
e; a.r rv las been Issued In s-ild causa
by ti:- clerk of said court ag, lost you.
and wh of you, directed to the sheriff
of s'lid county to f xecut'-, returnable to
i tn next term of aald court, to be be.
gun ar.d ho, den at the court h'.use In
tn city t.f Rock Island, in eaid count-
of R h-iiiiiii. on the firrt lnd-iv t
. J.'ay r.' xt. at wnich time and place you.
a. J ...eh o: you. will ap;i-ar and plead,
Kr,"dr cr demur to sa.d bill of com
Rock Island. Til. March 11. J1J.
! GEORGE W. GAMBLE,
i Clark, of aj4 Cam,
Notice of Publlcatloa.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. May term. 11S.
Hattie Davis vs. Samuel Davis. In
Affidavit of non-resldenca of fi.imiiel
Davis, the abo-ve defendant, having been
filed In the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notico is therefore
hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant filed her
bill of complaint In said court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the 12th day
or aiarcn. litis, and that thereupon a
summons Issued out of salt court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday In tlio
month of May next, as la 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
tiie next term thereof, to b holden at
Rock Island. In and for said 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
charged and stated will bo taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prnver of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE,
Rock Island. 111., March 12. 1913.
Schriver & Schrlver, complainant's
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty ss :
In the Circuit Court, to the May
term, A. D. 1913.
Sewal! Dodge, complainant, vs. George
B. Dodge, Jane Dodge. Mabel oshane,
Stephen J. Collins and Mary Pollard,
defendants. In Partition.
Affidavit of non-residence of the
above named defendants. George B.
I lodge. Jane Dodge and Mabel oshane.
Impleaded with the above defendants.
Steuh. ii J. Collins and Mary Pollard,
having been filed in the clerk's office of
the circuit court of said county, notice.
Is therefore hereby given lo the said
non-resident defendant; that the com
plainant Hied his bill of complaint in
said court, on the chancery side there
of, on the f,th day of April. 1913. and
that thereupon a summons issued out of
said court, wherein said suit Is now
pending, returnitbl" on the first Monday
in the month of May next, as la by law
Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendants above named, George
B. i lodge, Jane Dodge and Mabel Oshane,
shall personally bo anil appear belori
said circuit court, on the first day of
the next term thereof, to be holden at
Rcek Island, in und for sai.l county, on
the first Monday in May next, end plead,
answer or demur to'ihe said complain
ant's bill of complaint, the same and
the matters and things therein charged
nd stated will be. taken as confessed.
and a decree entered against you ac
cording to tlio prayer of said bill.
fiBOKUB W. OA MULE. Clerk.
Rock Island. III., April 5. 1913.
Marion E. Sweeney, comi iainnnts so
licitor. Master's Sole.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. Tn Clmnrery.
Francis J. Noiris, Thomas William
Norris, Anes "0"per, E'lward T. Flack.
Mabel 1". Tonn, Arthur J. Pluck, Lou in
A. Hack. Mary it. i- l.i- k. William S.
Fla k. Margaret N. W'et'Jner vs. Crom
well Norrl-. Otis Nor i is, Georg. Norrii
and Anna 1! Wilson. Partition. Gen
eral No. I.-.I6.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a d cree of aiud court, entered in the
above euiitled ciius'j on tlio 17lu day
of March, A. D. 1913, 1 shall, on Wcd
ne iay, the 9th day of April, A. D.
1912, at the hour of 10 li, oVlm-k In
the forenoon, at the ast door of the
court house, in the city of Rock Island,
in said county of Rock Island, to satlsf-.
said d"cr"e, sell at public vendue to the
highest bidder, for cash in hand, tut
certain parc-i of hind, situate In the
county of Rock Isiand and Btate of
Illinois, known and described ua fol
Tiie south one-half IU) of lot thirty
five 135, in Sarah J. Aiken's aub-diviM-lon
of the middle ont-tuiid (1-3) of thi
soutir one-half '4 ) of section two (2),
in township (seventeen 17(, north of
range two 2, west of the fourth (4th
! principal meridian, excepting therefrom
I the east, twelve (12) fe.-t thereof sold
'and conveyed to the Rock Island nnd
Milan Street Railway company, situated
in the township of South Rock Island,
In the county of Hock Island and statu
of Illinois, provided the said bid upon
said abova described remlses shall bo
equal to at i'-ast t'.vo-thlrds of the valu
ation put upon the same, as shown by
the report of the commissioners here
tofore appointed by the court to make
Ti tins of sale; Cosh In hand.
Dated at Roek Island, III., this 18th
day of March, A. D. 1t I 3.
JoriEPH L. HAAS,
M.i:-ter In Cl.anci ry. Rock Isiand Coun
Mari'n E. Sweeney, complainants' so
licitor. hberlfla Sale.
By virtue of spt' lel exe uillon Issiiert
out of the clerk's office ;f the county
court of Rock Island county, arid elate
of Illinois, and to me directed, whereby
I am c .-n. ma nded to make the amount.
of eijfht In: r.d red tl.irt y-nlne dollars
ai.' iiim-iy-iive c'-nis H9.i 5ii, a certain
j idgrnent recently obtained against
'noil'-a T,. Jiaiiey in favor of Thomas
Oneil, out of thi ianus, tenements, goods
atid chatifis of th said Charlei L.
Baiiey. I have levied on the following
ib scribed property, to-wit: Tiie west
thirty-five 125) feet of lot six re i. in
William .Mr i-iniry's ado-lion to the town
ln cpy) of Moiine. III.; also the west
forty 4'i feet of lot number four '4i,
in tlocl.: seventeen (17). in that part
c-f the city of Rock Island, III, known
a-j and called Spencer & Case's addition
( to the city of Rock Inland, all sltiia.ied
In the county of Rock Island and state
i of Illinois.
j Therefore, according to said eom
ma.r.d, I hall expose for sare at public
!aoctic-r, all the rig'-it, title and interest
j of tiie above named Charles L. Bailey
In and to the above described property,
at 10 o'clock a. m., on Wednesday, the
17th day of May. A. D. 1913. at the east
door of t.ie court house, in Rock isuirni,
Dated at Rock Island. III., this 10th
day of April. A. D. 19j:i.
. I.. BRUNER.
S'o-rirT Rock island County.
Per Wil.ia.rri H Urough. deputy.
All the iicr.3 all tho (Imi