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THE ROCS IST.AXD ARGUS. SATURDAY. ' APRIL 19, 1913.
IS DEPENDING ON
Best Office Building
Get on a New Pay-as-
: : : : 2d Ave, 17th St.
enter Elm Street Car
any Saturday or Sunday afternoon, see for
yourself, meet the agent and provide yourself
a home. ,
Prof. Cyril 6. Hopkins Says
Farms Are Increasing Too
HIGH PRICES THE RESULT
i Intelligent Cultivation of Land Along
Scientific Principles Absolutely.
Essential to Supply Demand.
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Batch elder, m. d. a. co 414
malonev, e. a 311
RTACUIIIAK, G. I' OS
ATTO RN E Y S-AT-LA W.
WILSON, MISS BLANCHE 410
INSURANCE FIRE. SUITE.
KRELL, E. II SIX
M ALCKER, . C 507
!'Vf" questions came up for discussion IT
me aaaress. given by Professor
Cnl G. Hopkins of the University of
IlhlloiR. hpfnro th i
.lieu m r n it t
Broadway Presbyterian church last ! ?
itie fart that the nomilatinn f thsf
United States increased 21 per cent
in the past decade, while farm land in
creased by only 4 p-r cent, impressed
Professor Hopkins as one important
reason for the higher prices of food
stuffs. The actual yield per acre has
net increased materially, and the def
icit has been sunDlied nniv ,n
H : pense of what was formerly exported.
1 ne oniy nope for the future of the
nation lies in Intelligent cultivation
j of the soil, along the lines of scientific
i principles of soil Conserve t inn tinH n.
! rk'bment. j
OLD I,AD rllKU'fT.
: According to the speaker, old land, !f
.. "wicu. miuuiu De ricner i
ej.u more proauctive than new land, i
but the soil robbery that has been ! P
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. very -Man I
KAlt KEIl. J.
; COLt'MBIA NATIONAL LIFE
.601 ' (of Butua 005
. HUH I t O TI E. TA L A SS I RA .N CE
CLINK A. SHAW KIEL CO 505
OLLIEKIKS KS 10
Ikuii - -coal to aoe
AMEK, IH. E.
K4ILINE, l)H. E. L. ..
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.IIILZ, WILLIAM 411
FIDELITY LOAN CO :403
LOANS REAL ESTATE.
LI DOI.PH, W. L. .
SCtlKOEDEK, C. J.
REAL ESTATE LANDS.
I K HELL, E. II.
AXAV, Ull .J. E
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M. PAC. RAILWAY CO 1 local
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OV.UEMM, OIU J. C 404 i riCUSTATE OIL I O.
IN THE HEART OF ROCK ISLAND
H All Street Cars Stop Right at the Entrance
S'aies has had the oDnosit fffnnt
i The cheapest laud now is not to be i Ni
; found out west, as formerly, but in !
the abandoned, worn out farms of the fjj
ieHst. Even these worn out farms are 1
capable of regeneration under intelii-jF!
: s nt treatment and they must be
jbiought back into a productive state
in order to feed the growing popuia
; tion of America.
' The address was illustrated with a
i iag of the Broadway Men's club.
; inj? the work of the agricultural school
, of the state university and indicating
wi.at is being done in the experiment
B I in the formal leotnrp
i v ere asked by the men present who
' showed an intelligent interest in the
The occasion was the April meet
; ir..c of the Broadwoy Men's f-.b.
There was a large attendance of rt p-
resentaiiye men. who enjoyed the sup-
))er which prereded the lecture as ;
well as the entire program. Follow-!
( ing the supper. President H. B. Hay-j
cien introduced Professor L. B. t'an
jterbury. who delighted the audience
with his rendering of several old time
songs, which he cave in most nlp.-is.
i.T Stvle. Airs, f'antprhnrv ontcrlsln. I
; eJ with two readings, charmingly giv
en and enthusiastically received.
The next meeting of the club in
May will mark the closp of thp nativ
ities of this organization for the pres
ent season, an intermission beins
PiMc Sale of Valuable City Res! Estate
On Tuesday, the 22tid day of April, next, at the hour of 10:15
oYl'r k in the forenoon, at the e,it dor of the court hou?e, in' the city
of 15t' k IsH.vl. .'n c tih I.. Has. nis:-r Jn chancery, w il" sell at pub
lit tor a -h. t w , crtaiu pa' ci of land m said city knwti as
i .ot .Niv. ciijf i.m. in hiocu .Nf fourtcrn illl, in Sf uf. r
taM'n a'lJ.i.iiii. This iroju'iiy .s it:!a.'d on Foiirt'.i avenge aad
known as No. : nf sa'd avenue. There is a dwelling house on
lot. Hits lot Is H'tiat' d In the h'-sinei" part of the city.
A f "( !(. i !i half 'ji or lot V. u-.i !. in !' -c!; No. thre
in ti:a'. j.irt of .h.. , i:y known a.-. !:,iil-y & !; Ks addit'oi. Th's
li.ts h ;'.'.; h.i:i!e upon it. It n;ay a!o e legardi-d as wii'nhi
but-ir.f sii- ion of the uty This prop rt is also knov. n as No.
Tli. s p!o 'i-y Ix-longs to the estate of H-nry S'mmcn. deceased,
a nil if s1 ;ii !- nias'-r in ciuU'tery l.y dc-iiee of the court.
iio.k lIa'Hi, Mi.r(U i?, UIZ.
MARY A: SIMMON,
Executrix of Said Estate.
n-ade during the summer months. j
The State bank '"s distributing cop-'
i- in a t-ircuiar on sou tertl uzers. !
eJtted by Professor Hopkins and dis- 'fs
tr.l'uied by the Fnivtrsity of Illinois.
How He Was Paid. j
An office hoy employed by a firm of '
shipbuilders, in answer to the query ;
as to bis -eupation. stated that he
was "an office yard and any odd Jobs,
etc." Doubth'ss the et cetera wtts elo
quent with meaning to the youth him
, self, and he may congratualtc himself
on having come as uear to tho truth i
as an engineering apprentice to the j
nme firm, who contrived to crowd 1
into the limited space provided for the :
reply to the question as to how he !
' was piyd. "Salary or wages?" the illu
minating answer. "In envelope, through
little window." Glasgow News.
I My Ban! Hy Man! My Han! I:
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My Diamond and Jewelry Loan it the old reliable Johnny
Mads the Most of It.
The American lore of the superlative
has an amusing illustration in Samuel
M CrrUberV book 'Hum.-itily Speak
ing" Dr Crothers had lnen traveling
He finally rearhed a seemingly sleepy
littiu place where he thought to find
only contented mediocrity. Hut when
he sat down to write a letter on the
hotel stationery he was confronted
with the statement. "This i tho big
gest little hotel In the state:"
Kansas City Mrs. Julia V. Harris,
a woman lawyer, seized a hatchet and
Almost cut off the head of Cornwall '
Wa buy old gold and silver, o l1 mahogany furniture. Also Indian
and all other relics of any kind.
even cur Name on windows at 119 Second avenue.
iTil'a ii' . ii aiMir MfcaXijiiiM
Money! Our Money Never Runs Out
You Can Deposit In cur Bank just the same a any ether Bank.
L'i'1 1 It'n V'ifMMi"Vi " i: i i ii l' -
Personal loans on Diamonds
Makes It Easy
,fif .4" 7.
and jewelry or any high grade article
! Neatest, cleanest,
New York City.
v i- ; .
most expensive and private loan parlors West of
Known and Celebrated as the
Cut Hate Loan Co.
1619 SECOND AVE., EOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Phcne W 177.; Call, write, or tend messenger boy.' Open evenir.ct
JOHNNY JONES. Mor.
l-i -a. i... . -
We catch the Little ones in the
,u ;cute positions you see them at
home and often wish for a pic
Special waiting room for
mothers with babies.
Join our mothers' club and re
ceive an enlargement free.
Open all day Sunday.
Prefers to be master of his own dwelling place.
Looks forward to the time when she will own her home.
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Wants to pay rent.
The only way to get a home is to make a start for it.
Now is Your golden opportunity to own Your Own
Lots high and dry, located at Fourteenth Avenue,
Thirty-second to Thirty-fourth Streets, on Elm Street
line and two short blocks from Longview loop, 7 min
ute cars. Sewer. City water. Sidewalks all available
to every lot.
C. S. McDANIEL, Agent
Office 503 Safety Bjd'g., R. I. Phone TV. 950
! FUis, a barber, in wh?t Ehe efeclared ! he was employed. She Is 40 years
a "suicide part." Ellis wiK die. The i eld Her husband, (mm -hnm .ho i.
ISi. Eighteenth St Ed Seronr? 4 !?rcft LtIieve lhe om3a itsare- Mrs. : separated, lives oa a farm near Bon
y , c0tiieeii1.n &na Jsecond Ave.,Hirr, own the barber ehop ia wbicainer Springs.
Pittsburgh. Superintendent S. L. j him by Ethel I. Fisher, a servant eit
Heeter of the Pittsburgh public ployed in his home, when a Jury pt
schools was declared not guilty of j turned a verdict in common pltaj
two serious charges preferred agaiast com rL V ' . ' -