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ERC COMES TONes
u TWE cjaie hEl LOOK
IL KIO HIM up a
Argus Branch Offices
F or the accommodation of Its patrons
In vsrlous parts of the city. The Argus
established a svstera of branch of
fices, when subscriptions and want ad
vertising niav to received and any In
formation left tnat mujr pertain to any
department of ti e paper, news or busi
ness It le also Dlanned to have at each
t)f these branch offices every evening a !
supply Cf copies of The Arjf it of the I
day. so that any subscriber who may '
nave Jailed under any eii cumsiarices to
receive his paper, will be supplied free
The Argus' chain of branch offices
Incudes the following:
J. J. F.lpp's notion store. 4j0fc Fifth
H. Rows' ptiarinacy. 411S four
P.lefs' Cru store. Twenty-seveutb
street. Seventh avenue.
L'llemeyer s drug store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth freet.
Dulley' lunch room, 102 fourth avc-
Mrs. London's notion store. Seventh
ret. Kourteenth avenue.
Jletn.beek's pharmacy. 922 Third ave
nue Ernest JIi"rt' sr"rv, t'2 0 Eleventh
Pud.-rt drug store. Thirtieth street
end Klfth avenue.
Collegu pnarmury, Fevctith avenus
and Thirty eighth street.
Olson sr''Cei y. Thirteenth avenue and
Ktelprr f'ruir store, rorrer Fifth ave
rt"" snd Ttventv-thlnl street.
for itp i not .ik.
I 111 I'h
- .Mo.l. i n ho
tie west 1M.
ise h a.l Hat, on
l'OK KENT Five-room
tloor. it r.::i; T'veifni
ter .iticl sewer. 1 ri ) nr
s ' reet.
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nu t y-iniii h si i
In.pii'i. Ijh si,
ooin modern I.
I and r'Mtn ,
l' h a t iu , oi
V ell lie.
FK KENT House mid one acre of
tttnd in; hipu hank ui ko. k iivr In-
lltlre of Thoriiii I lonuhel t v. South
I'.o.-k Island. Ninth street.
l'OK RENT- Six ihii house, fnrtui.-e !
mid i lectrh 1 1 1st. t- Here of ground, I
at i'i.;2 Hendih k sT-it S'oiin Rm-k
Island In-iuire hi :,:.: Mendn-'k street i
or tele one West 1 .'. 14 K. I
FOR HEAT FLATS.
I't'l! RENT Modern six-loom flat, close
Hi. I'hune west I.'jL'O.
lOll KENT Modern steam heated flais;
i14 'i".venly-sevenlu street. Inquire
uny real estate uealt r. or pin-ne north
l-'il: UKNT I think I hav one .. n.e
1 Icest and hi st oc,tt,.(l II, its lit t he
1 ity: tv ti.ioius. '1 mou'-i'ii. I'nil and
see il. J. ,. li.ill'i!sli . iHls i'lr.-l
FO H lUCNT .rl I C ELl.A m;c t' St.
l'i't SALE -A Third urn
near Nineteenth stl 1
particulars, see Iv-khart
I "l t 'li i In r
FOR KENT May modern two story
lirn k building at 3 1 1-.! I s -Eighteenth
s:--l. In-rnre il.-u,. y
Koth. "itt Twfi.ly thud slice:.
FOR RENT -- building 2 1x41
.f.th baseim nt. Miii.inic for a
pi-liter, iduniioior shot-. . --.li. r
iiii-fh, 1 1 1 -i ; 1 1 r- u' 2J"'i SiVh' hvi
FOR RENT A spli
side ofhie rooms
the Robins. in b ui.
turee rooms, w t,i
.ilso one or f o 11
F K. Kliwnli. lou
r of I
II. K .
. iihcr two
i- 'iln l''S :n ic-.i p
Koi litmin tiuiidln,,; .
r OR IlKM,
AHE vou lo.k:rg for a house or vacant
rooms? Then omc in :u U s-e our
II. .t. Neurlv every vacant liouse la
the trl-ct'.. li-ifd it!i u-c No 1
cnarges. .mvn-1 ii' in s i ij-i.a ris :
Sicnd str.it. I lave;. port. 1j-.
. i; do all
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LET Fr"ss di yor :ai-r harg.ng, 19
cent H ro.i. w.i 1 j..i, , : at .. .- ..1.1 a
r 11 and up; 6 ') T cut -lojith sli 01 t .
Photic wist lst4 K.
IF Y" C WAN T tc buy.
r- al .-stut.-. t i-iiu'.
Mores, ai.-t'iini't'i1' K.
touch wiM es '1 1 i -'
. ',. M' S. irn v h .:: i
11 or ex -hii:'g'
j.rop. s : t -i ,s
!! Re.il Est. no
ii"g. l':i enpo: t.
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IF YOr WANT to t'-.iy. sell, trad- 01
rent anything. enguKe hr.p or o.ar
a adlualion, the ilail und Jouinil 19
Hie only puper M Mchi c tn.:t . un Jo
are popular, stid Mail und Ji-uriiMt
ore puiyalar. and M.tfl and J-juii.kI
wants bring results Ore-halt cent
per word Is the price to uil alike.
1 hsu in advance, tv. o ..nt slumps " '1
do. Even:':g end Saturday iia.i a..d
Journal. Moi:ne. in.
l'KOFF.sMO Al. A rroitEi a.
JACKHUN. Hl'KST i STAFFORD At-torneys-at-law.
Otilce In Roc isiaud
National bunk bunding
CEA RLE MARSHALL Uwyen
Money to loan on toed reai rstate
securuy. Rooms, 302 and 3t3 alcty
building. h'k Island, Hi.
WILLIAM at. WALKER Attorney;
general law buk.nm, corpcri tlon.
probate and real estate taw; 311 Peo
ple s bank building. Phone west $49.
WALKER. INGRAM it SWEENEY At
torneys and counselor at law. Money
to loan on real estate. KOora .00- j
M ENIRT at M EN1KY Attorneys-at-j
law. urnii mimo on s uuu .ri niiiji
make collections References. Mitch
ell A Lyn"e. bankers.
& Lnde vulldmg.
COI-LECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M.
Walker, lawyer. $11 peopie s Bank
SWEDISH M""VF.M?:n Miss A. E.n
nrJfiti. grsd. mted S.v. dis.i masseuse.
gtes treatment in private hotii'-s and
: cifflre hy sppo nttne.-t. Phone west
office. (IS Sever.tter.th street.
OH,-1 SAY BEN,
'HEaO JoNEb WWATcH
rer l w OUfc? " nnin i t
LOOKIAJ so foinnV (
LPOKIAJ So oj.00WV
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping room
at 217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms at 1821 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 207 Third street.
OR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, at 2716 Fifth
FOR liENT Furnished room, suitable
for two gentlemen, at 522 Twer-ty-tifth
FOR RENT Modern furnished rocms
for i.'hi housekeeping. Inquire 1405
rOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for Ijjrht house keeping at 1303
for lip-'-.t h
Modern furnished rooms
usi kceoing. Inoulre 140'j
FOR RENT Three light housekeeping
rooms, laun'lry privileges, at &27 .Sev
FnK RENT Three
v i t h h t '-r, sewer
Twenty -fifth street.
and gas, at i4S
Ft iR RENT- Mudi rn furnished room in
private f.n.Tily at 736 Eighteenth
KtlKt . West 4o2L..
FOR RENT Modern furnished room;
lli" Fourteenih-and-a-half street.
Rhone wi st C44-K.
FOR RENT Nieely famished front
roon at t;! Twenty-fourth street.
I'hOhe west 1443-1,.
rout rooms for
t 12 First nv
modern furnished j
jF'iR i::;NT- .Modern furnished room
! for geiit:,,nan. Apply Fiat No. 1.
-1'lf.U Thlr,1 avenue.
l-'iit RENT A large modern furnished
loom, suitable for two; use of phone;
at 1 120 Second a en ue.
FOR KENT Furnished rooms
light housek eplng. with heat
bath at 2312 Fifth avenue.
RENT Furnished light house-
pintj rooms at t.17 Thirty-fifth
Jinjulre after 4 il m.
''R ItENT Three furnished rooms for
imht housekeejIjiK. wlih city water
and ;as. 7i I-'ouiln avenue.
FOR RENT Newly ituidern furnished
" lor one or two gintlemen. ln-
.'lulre 014 Twenty-si venth street.
lug at tti'2
-Two- nicely furnished, all '
tns for light hoLsekceli- :
lit) -fourth street. I
FoH R:-;nt- A modern furnisl-.ed room '
wiih tiil.Ie board, inquire i.it St-ven '
i tcnth street, l'lic-nu west .",1-1.. I
! Ft 'K RENT
Kooins furnished for liicht :
on Kround floor r 1411;
-I-. :,. r.i . ..-
Jniid avenue. Rhone West 2"2..
I FOR RENT A
modern furnished front '
l A U. ,11 lldl ,
l'"R RENT Modern furnished rooms
I or lint housekeeping; laundry priv
iiges. lnquiie 1116 tecum! avenue.
Fort RENT Nicely furnished room on
first tloor for light housekeeping at
.12 Twentieth street. Phol.o wes(
RENT - Furnished loom, wj'.i
aid In private futiiiv, at 21 tj
uitri avenue. MoOeiu con-.ii-
KENT - Modern furnished r-.oms
suite or fiiixl.', i.-r lour f jeiMshed I
ins at IK toecond avenu West
F"(U KKNT Two modern frniahetl
i... ins. n-sl floor, suitable - or light,
l,..usek.epu:g; L21 Fourteei,..-ar'd-a-'
FOR KENT Two or three mo lern fur-
pished rooms for linrht hons-,k. oi.
I use 1 plume; 1105 Fourteen ;u-and-a--
half stl eot.
Neatly furnished llirht
cKeepmj; roonis, to peojde with-
i.il.fr.n: reterences required;
FOR RENT Strictly mot? -rn light
housekeeping rooms. aji sinslc
sleeping rooms at 162K j Fourth
avenue, link IsluniL
FOR RENT Clean, modern room, fur
i:i! ! or utii urinsheit for light
i.ous. keeping, private family . In
kuire 1117 Foorteer .h-.-ind-B-half
street after S p. m. I" .one 243 7.
FOR RENT A well 'jrnlshed front
r;om. eUvtrlc light, h-1 and cold wa
ter lavatory in room; lot water heat
er for buth; board a .ross the street;
Z3 Seventeenth stree Phone 1197-X.
THE STATED Mh'iTING OF TRIO
f lode No. A F. & A. M . Is'
i0mtivU on tin hrst Thursday of ;
I v-eai.h mor.t SpecUi .'or work
!if un E. A. degree. Thursdav.
April 1.. at . . in. Visiting bteth-;
n n ale coruiaiiy .nvitea. Hy order uf 1
L E. Heater. way W. it.; W. B. Pettit,
ill: FORD POST, MS. O. A R . meets !
regularly cm te second ar.d fourth
Saturday evenings of each month at
7. 3d iu iIeino-t.il hall at tne court
house. W. M Johnston, commander:
E. H. Buck, a-ljutant.
LOT AND FOUND.
; n st-
I'air of galsses. Saturday or Sun
down town. Call West 189, or
! T.OsVr Pemr.n wh fnimit .hrr,.. .& -
,lM4 slxXh , venue, p.ease turn to
this address and
IXST A pair of eyeglasses snd pin on
Long View car. Ninth avenue or Har
per House . Return to Argus and re
FTRATED OR STOLEN A Scotch co!-
lie dog. white and yellom- answering !
to name "Smiley." Return to John
Kear.e. 2019 Eighth-and-a-haif ave- '
I nue .ar.d receive $ reward.
BICVO.KS AND MOTORCYCLES.
TIRES ta:i makes), a-cessorps. !amp.
etc.; cut prices: $3o Flying Merke! 1
bicycles st wholesale price, 125 or-i
at.ge and He enameled): J't-210 j
Eait Tfcird street. DavecporL
' ) ARoUT I
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ITS f.; I
THE ROCK ISLAND
BUT WHAT ABOUT
IP- VOU Hfc A FAKULV
To bl?tPOT AND THE
COST OFUVW6 SOWUfcH
WiJPI ED HALE HELP.
WANTED Delivery boy at Adams Wall
WANTED Porter, bellboy and elevator
man at New Harper.
WANTED Laborers In
Apply R. I. M2g. Co.
WANTED Men and boys at Rock Is
land Sash and Door works.
WANTED A boy to learn paper hang
ing and painting; 60S Twenty-fourth
WANTED Cooper. Apply Illinois Oil
company, 1517- Second avenue. up
stairs. WANTED Young man to assist In shop.
Meyers Optical Co, 229 Eighteenth
WANTED Two good men canvassers;
proposition in tri-citles. Inquire 1320
WANTED Young man to. meet trains
and be handv at hotel. Address
Thatcher hotel, Cambridge. I1L
WANTED At once, a first class repair
man; steady work; good wages. In
quire Fryer's second hand store.
WANTED A wagonmaker and a black
smith at Klockau's Wagon Shop, cor
ner Sixteenth street and Fourln avt
WANTED Man to travel In Illinois;
gr;--erles, candies, jewelry, etc.: ex
perience unnecessary. McBrady &
WANTED Lawyer in every coiintv in
I'nltcd State. Address M. M. & B. P.
Association, 52 N. Clark St., suite 5i:C,
Chicago, J 11.
WANTED Twenty laborers at U. S.
boatyard. Milan, Illj; wages, $2 tfer
day of eight hours. Apply at canal
bridge office. Milan. 111.
WANTED Locomotive firemen and
brakemen; wages, about J100; exper
ience unnecessary; send age. stamp.
Address Railway," care Argus.
WANTED Boy who can operate type
writer, to work in automobide sales
room. Sawrm.in Motor company,
Klockau building. Phone west 17Z0-X.
WANTED Representative: J25 weekly
and expenses to trustworthy people,
to travel and dlstribu te samples lor
big wholesale house. C. Emery, Chi
cago WANTED Salesman and collector for
first class proposition; responsible
person c-hly. Singir Sewing Machine
company. 310 Twentieth sereet. Rock,
t - v-n.-T
L ,,-ith know
eper. wltii Knowledge nt stenogra
phy: state ex tt rience and sairy ex
pected. Adiircss "Rook keeper," care
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, ..- ... ...
si. 11 in i ci iiuri. villi iie once a i
.., ,..r .L i ,1,.. 917
llMV'I'L'll E-l r.....
1 young ini.n With JloO lasn, to operate
i a nice, clean office business. No ex
1 perieiice required. 1 iood reason for
! sellirig. If yiru want this act quick
Address "Opportunity," care Argus.
WANTED Experienced car wire men
and electrical repair men' at once:
Hay $2.70 to $3.50 per day, according
to experience Steady work, open
shop. Address applications to ' the
.Milwaukee Electric Railway ii. Light
Co. Culil Springs Shops, Milwaukee,
WANTED FEMALE I1ELP.
WANTED Woman to do housecleaniug.
Apply Hotel Harms.
w wtfd To launde
. ,n.? tr
'1 elepnone West 12boK
WANTED At once, first class laun
dress. Phor.e west 1375.
laundry at 417
girls at City Steam
WANTED Experienced Ironers at the
Haker laundry; 633 Seventeenth street.
WANTED Two lady dishwashers at
Janes' Restaurant, 1810 Second ave-
I WANTED . iris at the Dining Car
; laundry, TL:rty-rJrst street. Rock ls-
WANTED At once, competent woman
to d'r housecleanlng at &20 Nineteenth
WANTED Woman to do family Iron
ing. Inquire lo3 Fourteenth-and-a-Lm.iX
WANTED Experienced bookkeeper.
! R'Menflel.l miliinery. 117 East Second
I street. Davenpot, Iowa.
WANTED Competent girl. In family of
two; no other need apply. inquire
714 Twenty-first street-
WANTED Girl to do general house
work at 631 Thirty-fifth
w-'t 2o2 or bLi-Y. Goo
WANTKD Woman to do
cleaning about two day
work at 631 Thirty-fifth street. Phone
1124 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework; no washing; good
wages. Apjiiy 104 Thirteenth street
WANTED FtenngTaptier who has had
some experlnece in bookkeeping; ref
erences required. People's store. 319
321 Twentieth street. Rock Island.
WANTED Competent girl to do gen
eral housework in family of three
grown persons, good wages: no wash
ing. Apply 104 N'lneteentn street.
Phone west 907.
WANTED Competent girl or woman
for housekeeper in family of two;
modern house: liberal wage9; refer
ences required. Address ' S. C. B ,"
care of Argus.
WANTED Agents; "Tragic Story of
America's Greatest Disaster;" the big
gest money maker agents ever had:
$15 dally if you start now; large $1
book, 100 illustrations; outfit free.
J. S. Zlegier company. Chicago.
WANTED Agents. $30 to $7.". a
income. New invention, scrubs, t
up water . wringing, no
Sells everywhere;; big profits; exclu-
"trs i"'uj. special
terrrs . Pirrur.g Mfg. Co.
THE ICE BILLS?
Velp1 IT 5U
l& Ck 'FRJCbHi
E6&s am t butter
, COM. COSTS'.
nursing . Phone
WANTED To buy, ice box for store:
must be In good condition. Phone
WANTED Lace curtains to launder at
1448 Fourteenth street. Mrs. Luella
WANTED To buy, two good second
hand pool tables. Address E. J. Ma
berry, Milan, 111.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains,
at 1600 Fourteenth street. Phone
west 1149-X. Mrs. Hazel Mudge.
WANTED Two or three unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping by busl
enss woman; references. "Rooms,"
WANTED Paper cleaning Quickly and
neatly done very reasonably; satis
faction guaranteed. For prices, call
WANTED Stenographic work to do at
home by experienced stenographer;
work called tsr and delivered prompt
ly. Phone west 2t21.
WANTED Roomers and boarders, $5
and tt a week: all modern conveni
ences, use of phone. 1208 Second ave
nue. Phone West 649.
WANTED To buy, furniture and
(stoves; will pay the highest price for
second hand goods. Call KnifC &
Kosen, Mollne. Phone east 751.
WANTED Wall paper cleaning; work
promptly and neatly done; prices
right. Flio-ne West 128&K. C. L.
Wells, 1437 Forty-second street.
WANTED To buy. Sperry & Hutchin
son green trading stamp books, tilled
or partly filled; also Santa Claus soap
wrappers. Call 611 Eleventh street.
WANTED Middle aged couple, to room
and board; woman to ao nousework
In exchange lor same; or middle aged
woman to do nousewora. Apply sner
man house. Seventeenth street and
WANTED To ren about June 1st, a
six to eight room modern house In
good location, small family. Address
Fred Matthews, care John Deere Plow
company. Molinc, or phone E. P. John
son, East 16.
WANTED You to start mall order bus
iness: you buy no Instruction course;
free information so you can start big
paying business; you make yuur own
ttuods; 1 write and print your circu
lars free; no expensive newspaper ad
viriising; new plan best of all. Mes
senger, Dept. 37, Monrovia, Calif.
WANTED You to see us if you want
work. We are constantly in touch
wild manufacturing concerns, factor
ies, railroads, buswiess houses, hotels,
private families .etc., wanting male
and lernaie in the tri-citles in all
lines an d trades atnl professions. Costs
nothing to talk it over; do it now.
Tn-City Employment agency, open
evKiiiiiss until s o'clock Sundays
from S) to 12 a .m. ' , Security
Bldg. Phone North u'1 J.
WANTED Money If this ad catches
your eye, and you need a little help,
call, write, phone or send messenger
boy to eiur new location, H19 Second
avenue. Rock island, lor al! personal
loans, such as diamonds watches. Jew
elry, furniture, pianos or high grade
articles of any kind; no mailer what
It may be. Private pallors for ladies
or gents; lfiio Second avenue. Phone
west 177. Johnny Jones, since 1S84,
manager. Olfice hours open every
WANTED A situation as housekeeper
in good family by elderly lady, in
quire at 2622 Seventh aveiiue-
WANTED Fosition as clerk in grocery
or cigar store by competent grocery
tierk. Addt.ss ' ii." care Argus.
WANTED Prsition in office or some
clerical wrk; could do collecting or
work as stock or receiving clerk. Ad
dress "G," care Aigus.
Wli WILL BOND YOU Executors, ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees'
.r any kind of judicial bonds; lodges
and society officers; city, state or U.
6. government officials; contractors,
positions of trust; In fact, any kind
of bond you want (except ball bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cieave
Iaad, resident managers. Fidelity &
Deposit company of Maryland.
SUPERFLUOUS hair and moles cm face
and arms permanently removed with
erne to six needles. Address Miss A. M.
Klttredge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats, Brady
street, ua yen port- old Euone 31SC.
FREB astral reading by trance medi
um; tells all about troubles, past,
present, future; send dime, birth
date. Professor Eagie, Dept. 80, Sag
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Cblp
plaiir.ock nursery. Cut flowers aod
designs of all inds. City store, 1(0
fceound avenue. Phone 1110.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
fJoism Voillh & Co,
Manufacturers of cash. Doors, Blinds
and stairs. Interior flr.isn of ail kinds.
Hardwood Venter Flooring and deal
trs In Glass. Ill and 323 Eighteenth
223 H Eighteenth Street.
(Tne Best is the Cheapest.)
FIRE INS t TRANCE.
American Ins. Co Newark. N 3
American Cnion Ir.s. Co.. . .Philadelphia
Agricultural Its. Co ;..New York
Farmers' Ins. Co York Pa.
City of New York Ins. Co New York
! P.e':.,-.nce Fire Ir.s. Co Phlla-JelDhia
Bost.xi Ins. Co l issaefc uSetts
Ir.s. Co. SUite of Illinois Rockford. Ill
j i-onTiectiCui r ire ins. to.
U'.-tuat Life ir.s. Co.
Mutual Benefit Lif Ins. Co.
APRIL IV, 1913.
SAV ! T &OTTA PLAisi
vincReBy you OV4
save. you( COAU
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A surrey; phana west
FOR SALE Horses, at Sit Twenty
FOR SALE A ood folding bed;
quire at 1222 Fortieth street.
FOR SALE Singer sewing machine
wicn aii anacnmenta. iaos second
FOR SALE Fine new three-room house
boat. Call at loot of Second street.
FOR SALE: Good meat market; must
sell on account of sickness. Address
"IL," care Argns.
FOR SALE Or trade, cabinet cruiser.
seats ao to so peoofe. a. w. Biliburg.
221 Twentieth street.
FOR GALE Three sets single harness,
heavy or light, at 318 Twenty-second
street. Phone west 981.
FOR SALE Two-year-old asparagus
roots. Inquire cf Ed Jens, Ninth
street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Good driving horse, also
good set of harness; 604 Dearborn
street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Grocery, established trade;
food reasons for selling. Address S.
ohnston, general delivery, Molina,
FOR SALE A good driving- and saddle
will sell cheap if taken at
Inquire Fryer's second band
FOR SALE Eggs for aettlng, White
(single comb) Leghorn, heavy laying
strain, 75 cents for 15. Mrs Fred
Viether, 1409 Thirty-third street, city.
FOR SALE Twenty-five horsepower
roadster, fully equipped; a bargain If
taken at once. Address "Roadster,"
FOR SALE Buff Orpington eggs for
setting; $1 for 15, at Twenty-foruth
street and Twentieth avenue. Phone
FOR SALE Handsome carved Swiss
parlor furniture and sideboard, to be
sold cheap; parties leaving city.
Phone "North 4762.
FOR SALE Early Ohio seed potatoes,
Red ltiver Valley. 7o cents per bush
el. George Glockhoff, South Rock Is
land. Phone 80'J-X.
FOR SALE Half or entire Interest in
lunch and pool room. Doing business
of $L0u0 a month. Inquire at 519
Fourth avenue, Mollne, 111.
FOR SALE One kitchen cabinet, dress
er, commode, three polished oak set
tees, one upholstered settee, and Ice
chest, at 21u'J Third avenue.
FOR SALE Laying hens and eggs for
hatching; Barred Rocks, Huff Rocks
and White Orpingtons; 75 cents tor
23. William Lavender. Phone west
FOR SALE A 15-foot counter with
clipboards, flour and sugar bins, suit
able for baking or store purposes.
Inquire 2o Ninth avenue, or phone
FOR SALE Cheap,, a nice lot of house
hold goods .with fine upright piano.
Payments If desired. Inquire 1619
SceVind avenue, Ruck Island, lil.
Phone W-17 7.
FOR BALE Eggs for batching from
prize winning black and white Or
Uingtons; also alter May 1, all breed
ing stock. A Hordeau, 2420 Twentieth
avenue. Photic west 82, two rings.
FOR SALE Automobiles; gentleman
leaving town must sell his two auto
mobiles, one 1913 six-cylinder touring
car. driven 300 miles, exist $2,200. at
$1,700; one 1912 Cole 30 roadster, cost
$1,950, at $700; both are rare bargains.
Phone east 383-Y.
FOR SALE White Plymouth cockerels,
heavy bone, choice exhibition and util
ity stock, line bred from record lay
ers and grand winners; 1 need the
room and will give yom some rare
bargains; eggs for hatching. Phone
west 467 or 1806-L. Dr. O. M. Myers,
1900 Twelfth avenue.
FOR SALE Toilet preparations; every
lady can save money by using Ar
nold's Toilet Preparations. To intro
duce our to-llet articles, we offer the
following combination for $1. by par
cel post, prejxnd: One 50c Jar Arnold s
Massage and Cleaning Cream, for
cleansing skin; one 5oc Jar Arnold's
Skin Food, for softening skin and re
moving wrinkles and pimples; one
50c bottle Arnold's Lilac Toilet Wa
ter, fine and lasting odor. Free sam
ples of our other toilet articles sent
with this order. Goods guaranteed
to be as represented. Highest quality
good ast lower prices than you can
buy from your home druggist. Ar
nold Laboratories. 1402 V. Lake St.,
FOR SAI.R LANDS.
FOR SALE 5otd farm In Michigan
cheap if taken at once. Inquire luol
FOR SALE Coal lands In Illinois,
Kentucky and Tennessee, $10 to $20
per acre. C. F. Lawshe, Sharon, Wis.
FOR SALE Sixty-acre improved farm,
$4,600; will exchange for city prop
erty up to $3,000 . Write me. W. A.
Deitiker, Milan, 111.
FOR SALE Five acres; nice house,
plenty erf fruit; located on the Mis
sissippi river; price, $1,000. For fur
ther particulars, see Eckhart At Bur
FOR SALE Ten-acre tracts on Thirty
eighth street, one mile from the city
limits; fine for gardening, fruits and
thickens. For further particulars,
see Eckhart & Buffum.
Valuable Residence in Fashionable Part
of City to Be Sold.
Notice is hereby given that the under
stated will sell at n ihlic auction at
the p,reml:es to be sold, on the 3d day
or May, 113. at the hour of 2:30 o'clock
D. m.. to the highest and best bidder
the residence property situated at the
corner of Twenty-third street and Elev
enth avenue, fronting the west, in the
city of Rock Island.
Lot 100 feet fronting on Ttrenty-third
atreet and 140 fronting on Eleventh
avenue, with fine residence thereon con
sisting of eight rooms with bath and
hall. Situated In the most fsflhtfin.h!.
and desirable portion e.f the city.
ijne-n.ur m tne purchase price will be
cepted in cash and balance first mort.
gage on property at per cent interest, I
w.'.h five years' time If desired. I
JOHN G. SCHEUERMANN.
BY CARL ED
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE A One. double house, on
easy terms. For further particulars,
see Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE Six-room house; lot 6x
too; located In South Heights; price,
2700. Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE - Six-room house; lot 6Sx
200; located In South Heights; price,
$2,700. Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE A snap- seven-room house,
all modem; lot 60x140; located in
Milan; prloe, J3.600. Eckhart & Buf
fum. FOR SALE Twelve lots on Eighteenth
avenue, between Thirty-first and
Thirty-second streets. Inquire 1701
FOR SALE A nloe new eight-room
house on Twenty-eighth street, east
front, hot water heat; price, $4,800.
Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE For $800 If taken before
May list, three room oottage at 1604
Eighth street: good well and fruit
trees . Inquire within.
FOR SALE A bargain; six-room house,
furnace, cistern, well, chicken house;
lot 64x140; looated in Sears; price.
$1,600. Eckhart A Buffum.
FOR SALE Cheap, corner lot. Six
teenth avenue and Thirty-sixth street.
Buford Guyer's addition. Terms.
Address B. J. Bleoker. Curtis. Neb.
FOR SALE Two lota 64x170, on Hen
dricks street, one block south of
Aiken street. Inquire at 66 Hen
dricks street. South Rook Island. ILL
FOR SALE Lots In Bheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue,; payments of $5 per month.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old phone
FOR SALE At a bargain, six room
modern bouse; S1.500 cash, balance on
time. At home only evenings and
Sundays. 1221 Fourteenth street.
FOR SALE The northeast corner of
Fourteenth street and Eleventii ave
nue; lot 40x132 feet. Apply Mrs. Ber
tha Roessler, 209 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE Cheap, good residence lot
in Buford & Guyers addition, corner
Thirty-sixth street and Sixteenth av
enue. Address li. J. Biecker, 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 30. Ad
dress "S. G. S.," care Argus.
FOR SALE A six room house, recep
tion hall an dalcexve bedroom, strictly
modern. Inquire before 7 p. 111. at
1429 Fourth avenue, after 1 p, in. at
1020 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
FOR SALE Corner lot, 45 feet, east
front, 130 feet, at Twenty-sixth street
and Sixteenth avenue; will sell cheap
for cash. Inquire of R. F. Russell,
922 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
Phone west 66&-K.
FOR SALE Cheap, a five-rom house,
with furnace, as light and sewer;
large Jot, cement walks; one block
from Long View park; a puying in
vestment ;owner non-resiueiit. Ad
dress ' I- M. 50." care Argus.
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance in live
years. E. W. .Robinson, 1404 Rich
uiunil street. Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage at 2904
Thirteenth avenue, on Long View
loop; lot 60x120 feet; city water and
uas: $1,850, or terms If desired; own
er non-resident; a bargain, inquire
1230 Fourteeuth-aiul-a-haii street
FOR SALE Theatre property Jn Dav
enport; good location, doing line bus
iness, clea-ring over $75 earn week; Is
in line condition; owner has good rea
son for selling. Write H. A. Kyler,
1109 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
Phone west 2621 .
FOR SALE On Thirty-fifth street, one
block from Elm street car, seven
room house, cellar, basement, a No. 1
well, city water, with 1V4 acres of
ground. $2,200; with 1H acres, $3,000.
Six nice level lots 4nxl20 feet for
$1,600. Six lots 40x180 feet, rjart
level ana part roiling, wiiit uue
ir,eks' aJu"" " Z "Ze" uu. '"'
$BUU. Uiqune lnu iiiinj-iuin outti.
FOR SAX.E The following Rock Island
real estate is for sale ut reasonable
Two eight-room houses, 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 St.
NOW Is the time to disinfect your
pir.iltry house and yard with Conk
ey's Nox-l-cide. It prevents disease
and insures a healthy hatch Come
in and get a can now. Guaranteed by
Owatonna Flour Feed company,
UOlo Third avenue, also T. S. Oiiartt.
1420 Seventn avenue.
Ey virtue of special execution Issued
out of the clerk s office jf the county
court of Rock idiand county, and state
of Illinois, and to me directed, whereby
I am commanded to make the anourit
of eigut hundred thirty-nine dollars
and ninety-five cents ($839.95). a certain
Judgment recently obtained against
Charles I Bailey, Jr.. In fa vnr of Tuoinas
Ot.eit, out of the lands, tenements, goods
and chattels of the said Charles I
Bailey. Jr., i have levied on the following
described property, to-wit: The west
thirty-five 30) feet of lot six (6). In
William McEnlry'a addition to the town
now city; of Mollne, Hi.; also the west
forty (40) feet of lot number four M),
In block seventeen 1), in that part
o the t ity of Rock Island. Hi., known
' a and called Spencer & Case's addition
to trie city or kock isiana. an situated
in the county of Rock Island ar.d state
Therefore, according to said com
mand, I shall expose for sale at public
auction, all the rlgnt, title and Interest
of the above named Charles L. BaJley, Jr.
In and to the above des-rribed properly,
at 10 o'clock a. m. on Thursday, the
ath dav of May. -A. D. 19!3. fit the east
I door of the court house, in Rrck Island,
f Dated at
day of Apri
Rock Island, 111., this 10th
i, A. D. 1913.
O. Lv BR! 'NEK.
Sheriff Roek Island County.
Per William il Brough, deputy.
r1 Sore! V
( Move To
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun-
In the Circuit Court, to the May
terra, A. D. 1913.
Hasel Mudge. complainant, rs. John
Mudge, defendant. In Chancery. i
Affidavit of non-residence of the de-
fendant. John Mudge, having been filed
In the clerk's office of the oircult court
of said county, notiue is therefore here
by given to the said nou-resldent de
fendant that the complainant filed her
bill of complaint In said court, ou the
chancery side thereof, on the 29th day
of March, 1913, and that thereupon a
summons Issued out of said court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday In the
month of May next, aa is .by law re
quired. Now, unless yeu, the said non-resident
defendant above named, John
Mudge, shall personally be and appear
Derore saia circuit court, on tne nrst
day of the next term thereof to be
holden at Rook Island, In and for said
county, on the first Monday In May,
next, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant's bill of complaint, the
same and the matters and things there-,
in charared ajid statod will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against
you accoraing 10 tne pxayer 01 saia Dili.
GEORQB W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rook Island. I1L. April 6, 1913.
J. T. and S. R Kenworthy. complain
Stat of Illinois. Rook Island Coun
In the Circuits Court of sald-eountv.'
To the May term,. A. D. 1913. In-Chan-
William ti. Rlewertat, oompiadnant vs..
D. L. La Rue: the unknown heirs or
devisees of D. L. Let Rue, deceased;
Katie La Rue, Henry C. Kramhoft; the'
unknown wife or widow of Hoary C.i
Kramhoft; the' unknown heirs or AVvl-j
sees of Henry C Kramhoft, deceased. '
and the unknown owners of the south
east quarter of the northeast quarter of.
section fourteen (14), also the follow-j
lng described tract of laud: Commenc
ing at a stake eleven (11) rods and fif-l '
teen (16) links south of the northwest
corner of section thirteen (13). town-'
ship nineteen (19). range two (2), east
of the fourth principal meridian. Rock'
Island, county, Illinois, thence north fif
teen (,15 rods and ten (10) links, thence
south seventy-four (74) degrees, west
thirteen (13) rods and four (4) links,
thence south forty-five (45) degrees and
thirty (SO) minutes east to the pJaoe of
beginning, being ninety-one (91) square
rods, all in township ninety n ( 19), north
range two (2), east of the fourth princi
pal meridian, situated In said Rock Is
land county and the said Etate of Illi-i
Affidavit of non-realdanco of each and
all of the above named defendants hav
ing been filed In the office of the clerk
of the circuit court of said county, no
tice is hereby given to each of said non
resident defendants, that complainant
filed his bill of complaint in said court.
011 the chancery side thereof, on the
21st day of March, A D. 191.1. and that'
thereupon a anminons issued out of.
said court,, wherein said suit Is now
pending, against said defendants above
named, returnable on the first Monday 1
of May, 1K13. as is by law required.
Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendants above nnmed, and each of
you, shall personally be and appear be
fore said circuit court on the first day
of the next term thereof, to be holden
at Rock Island, in and for said county, '
on tho first .Monday In May. 1912, next,
and plead, answer or demur to said
complajiian t's bill of complaint, the .
same and the matters and thing! there
in charged and stated will be taken aa
confesseel and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill. .
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and affixed tliu seal of
said court, at niv office In Rock Island,
this 21st day of March, A. D. 1913.
(Seal) GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Devore N. Plmonson.. solicitor.
To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that on the
14th day of May. A. D. 1913, ut the hour
of a o'clock a. m.. at the office of the
Hiil-Ebeile company, at No. 1816 Third
avueue, in the city of Rock Island. 111..
there will bo held a special meeting of
the stockholders of said Hlll-Eberl
company, to consider the matter of
changing tho name o-f said "Hill-Eberle
company" to the "Hill Furniture com
pany," and of Increasing tiit capital
slock tif said corporation from five
thousand eight hundred ($5.S00) to
twelve thousand ($ 12.000) dollars, and
of increasing the number o-f shares
the capital stock of said com
apitai stock or satd company from
titty-eight (OH) shares of the air value
of one hundred ($100) dollars each, to
one hundred twenty (120) shares of th-t
par value of one hundred ($100) dol
lars each, arid for the transaction of
such' other business as may be nerces
sary to accomplish such end.
Dated at llo-k Island, 111., the 10th
day of April, A D. 1913.
Directors eif the Hill Eberle Company.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, May term, A. D.
Maud McGee vs. Joseph McGee. In
Chancery; No. 09 OS.
Affidavit of non-resident of Joseph
McGee. the ai.o.e defendant, having
been filed in the clerk's olfice of tin
circuit court f said county, notice is
therefore bere-by given to the said non
resident defendant that the complainant
filed her bill of complaint in said court,
on the chart cry side thereof, en the
2th day of March, 1313, and that there
upon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pend
ing, returnable1 on the first Monday 1:1
the month of May ne.xt, as is by law re
quired. Now, unless you. the said non-resident
defendant nbove tamed. Joseph
McGee, shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, e.n the tint
day of the next term thereof, to be.
holden at Rx k Islund. in and for said
county, on the fifth day of May next,
and plead, answer or demur to the said
comiiialnarit's bill of complaint, the
same and tne 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. Ork.
Rock Island. IU.. March 29. 1913.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, complain
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
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