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Argus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of Its patron
In various parts of the city. The Argus
hss established a system of branch of
fices, where subscriptions end want ad
vertising may he received and any In
formation Wt that may pertain to any
department of the paper, news or busi
ness. It la also planned to have at each
of these branch offices every evening a
supply of copies of The Argus of the
day, so that any subscriber who may
have failed under any circumstances to
receive the paper, will be supplied free
The Argus chain of branch offices
Includes the following;:
J. J. Klpp's notion store, 4515 Fifth
H. E. Rowe'i pharmacy, 4118 Four
Rless" drug store. Twenty-seventh
Street. Seventh avenue.
Ullemeyer'a drus; store. Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth street.
Dalley's lunch room, 403 Fourth ave
nue. Mrs. London's notion store. Seventh
treet. Fourteenth avenue.
Helmbeck's pharmacy, 922 Third ave
nue. Ernest Eberts' grocery, 25 Eleventh
Rudert drug; store, Thirtieth street
and Fifth avenue.
College pharmacy. Seventh avenue
and Thirty-eighth street
Olson grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Stelner drug store, corner Fifth ave
nue fcnd Twenty-third street.
FOR RE- HOC3.
FOR RKNT Seven-room Mrietly mod
ern house. Inquire b2i Twcnty-tlfth
FOR RKNT Furnished house for
camping on Rook river, good lega
tion. Inquire 1020 Fifteenth street
FOR RENT South side rZ six room
double house at i2 Forty-second
street. Inquire 2736 Fifth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Strictly modern seven-
room house at 2S36 Kighth avenue.
Inquire 1928 Ninth avenue, l'hone
FOR RENT Bmall cottage, furnished
for light housekeeping; also two fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping.
Inquire at 1&07 Bixth avenue.
FOR RENT Hlx-room house, with hot
water heut, at Twenty-seventh ttrect
and Elghth-and-a-hulf avenue, rent.
120. Inquire 1513 Tenth uvenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished cinht
rwm liuuac, to Sept. 1; flno location;
references required. Inquire 705 Tlnr-ty-elglith
street .or call west 164s-Y.
FOR SICVT FLATS.
FOR RENT A four. roo-n moilern fiat.
Inquire at 1120 ricvinth avenue.
FQR RENT Five room Hut. all mod
ern Improvements, at 12 10 Third uve
nue. l'hone west l--J-l
FOR RENT Modern four-Dom flat and
bath; references required. Inqiire
1511 Hi Third avenue. It'isoiuicid
FOR RENT Furnished modern ayait
ment, (uur rooms and Lulli, ut Itusm
Held apartments, 10111 Third avenue;
FOR HVT- MlMliLLASKOlS.
FOR RENT lesk room, or space, at
310 TweriU-lli street, l'hone west
FOR RKNT Store room at 1921 Second
avenue. Inquire sn;i Seventeenth
street, or phoua west 920-X.
FOR RENT A building 24x40 f-et
with basement suitabie for a car
penter, plumbing snop. or other bus
iness. Inquire at 22C'0 Sixth avenue
l.OIK.U 1)111 KfTOIl Y.
THE STATED MEETING OF TRIO
lodge No. 5V. A. F. & A. M., is
held on tiie llrst Thursday of
each month. Special for work
on F. C d gree. Thursday, June
11) at 7:30 o rl"i K p. tn . urcihren
are cordially invited. Ry order vt L.
K. Hemenway, W. M.; W. li. 1 'ft til.
G. A. R.
EFFORT FOST. 243. G. A. R, meets
reirulnrlv t.'ti the second und fourth
Saturday evenings of each month at
i.S'i in .Memorial nan a. ir.e ruu
house. W. M. Johnston, commander;
E. II. Buck, adjatant.
torneys-at-law. Oifice in Rock Island
National bank building.
EEARLE MARSHALL Lawyer
Money to loan on good real estate
ecurttr. Rooms. 302 and Su3 Safety
building. Rock Island. Ill
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business; corporation,
probate and real etaie law; 311 Peo
ple's bank building. Phone west 49.
.WALKER. INGRAM c SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on real estate. Rooms $00
103, People's Natioual bank building.
U EN1KI M EN1RY Attorney s-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. References. Mitch
ell A Lynt'e. bankers. Otflce, Mitchell
A Lynde "Oulldinc
SfVERFLt OIS HAUL
KUPKRFLL'OrS hair and mole on face
and arms permanently removed with
one to six needles. AdJr' "s Ml3 A M.
Klttredge. Flat 1. Argyle Flats, ,i:a.dy
street Davenport Old phone 3i3'i.
MUFERFLUOL'S hair red moles on face
and arms prmanary removed wnn
one to Z" "1 1 us Address Miss A M.
Kitlradg. FUl 1. Argyle Flats. Brady
ireet Uavenpcrt C.d pitoM $11.
CONTRACTORS AD BHI.DF.RS.
J!hsi Vols & Co,
Manufacturers of Sash. Doors. PUnls
and Stairs. Interior finlh of all kinds.
Hardwood Veneer Foorir.g tnd deal
ers In Glass, ill and $22 Eighteenth
nra mn bcttcr
ulii imu uli ilii
FOH REMT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modern.
at 921 Twentieth street.
FO R RENT Light housekeeping rooms
si n i bixteemu street.
FOR RENT Two office rooms; $11: 509
Best building;. Phone north 20S3.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
nuuBtKeeping at sui intra street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished, room;
board if desired; at 2s02 Sixth ave
nue. FOR RENT A modern furnished room.
Apply A. N. Relnert, 118 Eighteenth
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, au modern, at 222 xweutn
FOR RENT A modern furnished room,
opposite public library, at 412 Nine
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, l'hone west 2313. Inquire 1702
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Inquire 1405
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room for light hounekeepir.g at 632
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms,
with laundry privilege; u27 Seven
teenth street city.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
central location, rear car lines, at 513
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
rooms. Inquire 1221 Fourteenth
street. Phone west 1346.
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
front room at tiul Twenty-fourth
street phone west 1443-I-.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
for gentleman. Apply Flat No. 1,
Sweeney flats, 2itl6V Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room, with
board, in private lumily, at 2225
Fourth avenue; modern conveniences.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room for
light housekeeping; private entrance;
use of laundry; at 1116 Second ave
nue. FOR RENT One furnished room; all
conveniences. l'hone west 2717, or
inquire ut 921 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Large modern furnished
trout room, suitable lor two gentle
men, at 1S1& fecund uvenue. Phoue
FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms,
upstairs, suitable for light house-
ping, to party without children,
at U3 Twentieth street
FOR RENT Nicely furn?shed front
room suitable for one or tv-o gentle
men; with all modern convet'ences;
ut 7;i2 Seventeenth street
FOR RENT Desirable first floor fur
nished room; private entrance and
butii; light housekeeping if desired;
5u2 Twnity-third street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms,
with running water; centrally located;
villi lut.K- board; at 1 U4 Thlrteentu
Street. Pnonu west 2244.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms;
go, hot water heat, bath .and phor.e;
newly papered and carpeted: prices
reasonable; at 217 Fifteenth street
FOR RKNT Furnished modern front
r o!n on Elm i'ar line, at 712 Twenty
fifth street. Phone west 2311 ifter 6
p. rn.. or call Mrs. Trent, suit depart
ment, Young & McCurnlis.
iOST ASD Form
LOST White Angora poodle; return to
!21 Fifteenth street and receive re
ward. LOST On Watch Tower car. half dozen
hand-paint-vl plates. Wednesday af-
ternoi.n. Return to Argus and re-t-elvo
LOST Flat billbook. between Four
teenth avenue and Twenty-fifth street
and H .Tremar.n's Sons' meat market.
Return to Tremann's market and re
CALL Tihone west 939 for bus service
meet ail night trains. New Harper
House Bus Service.
LET Fross do your paper hanging. IS
cents a roll; wall paper at 5 cents a
roll and up; 609 Twenty-fourth street.
Phone west 1H64-K.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mall and Journal
wants bring results. One-half cent
fier word is the priue to al alike, cash
n advance; two-cent stamps will da
..venli:g Saturday Mall and Journal.
WE WILL BONJ YOU Executors', ad
ministrators, guardians, trustees, or
any kind of judicial bonds: lodges and
soviety officers; city, state, or U. S.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact any kind of
bond you want . (except ball bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave
land. resident managers. Fidelity &
Deposit Company of Maryland.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACTS of Hue prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable ratea
Rock Island Title A Abstract com
pany; .1. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-203. second
floor. People's National bank build
ing. Rock Island.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chip
plannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all tlnaa City store. 1402
bvcorxt avenue. Phone 11 JO.
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Bla
arson. graduated Swedish masseuse,
gives treatment in private homes and
at oifice by appointment Phone west
zii: omce. i sevemeenm street.
DO you want to join with a few good
local business men In a b'isiness not
requiring large capital, but good, big
returns certain 7 11 so. writ upper
tunlty, care The Argu
THE ROCK ISLAND
taic a nAV ncc Ann
iniib n uni ui i mxu
WAITED MALE HEXP.
WANTED Twenty-five laborers; pood
wages: steady work. Rock Island
WANTED Twenty-five men. steady
work, good wages. Rock Island
Bridge & Iron works.
WAA l.l rreigllt liuuso Hutfttio, " I
R. I. & ". W. freight house, foot of.
WANTED Good, steady married man.
to drive milk wagon. Apply btray
er's Model Dairy Farm. Good wages,
WANTED Men to sell trees and
plants. Highest commissions, pay
able weekly, perry Nurseries, Roch
ester, 2J. Y.
WANTED Salesman and collector
must be reliable and a hustler; good
future prospnets. Ask lor manager,
310 Twentieth street.
WANTED Machinist in our tool and
die department. Excellent opportune
ity for advancement Maple City
Manufacturing company, .Monmoutn,
WANTED One good dredge boat steam
engineer and one cranesman: wages.
1100 and S60 Der month, respectively.
Apply at V. S. Engineer's office. Rock
WANTED Men, at once, to learn the
barber trade; a hundred jobs waiting;
few weeks completes; better wages
than you can earn without a trade
tools ifiven: dron a card for particu
lars. Moler Barber College, Chicago,
WAKTED FEMALE IIKLT.
WANTED Housekeeper at West End
WANTED Matron for store; apply
xoung &i MccomDS.
WANTED Girls at the Baker laundry,
Hi seventeenth street
I WANTED Girl at Rock Island Steam
laundry. lSli Third avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house,
work at 1524 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Girls to do general house
work at ltljife becond avenue .
WANTED Two girls at the City Steam
laundry at 41 seventeenth street.
WANTED Girl to do second work at
2225 Seventh avenue. Phono west
WANTED Girl to assist with work in
boarding house at 533 Twentieth
WANTED Competent, reliable white
laundress. Address "Laundress, care
WANTED A middle aged woman to do
- general housework at 2519 Eighth
WANTED Girl to work in ice cream
parlor. Inquire 224 Twentieth street
Phone west 1 i0o.
WANTp;D Middle aged housekeeper at
5'J9 Ninth avenue; woman without
WANTED An experienced girl in the
starching department at the Parker
laundry, 1314 Third avenue.
WANTED Experienced cook; one
who. can leave the city for lakes for
three weeks. Inquire 429 Seventh av
enue. WANTED Girls to work in Ice cream
parlor; must furnish A No. 1 refer
ence; experience desired. Apply at
Coin Bros.' store .No. 1, Twentietli
WANTED Stenographer: experience
not less than five years: must be very
rapid in turning out work; must have
clerical experience; no others consid
ered: large office in Moline Address
"Stenr.graiJner." care Argus.
WANTED Women and girls for sew
ing and finishing departments in our
new glove and mitten factory about
to open. Pleasant and steady work.
Good pay. Special Inducement to be
ginners. Apply Boss Manufacturing
company, corner Sixteenth street and
Third avenue, second floor, Mollne, 111.
WASTED MALE AJVD FEMALE.
WANTED Ladles and gentlemen with
zuu to itsoo to invest in prontabio
business; quick returns. Call at 1509
WANTED Representatives. Hundreds
make $30 and $75 weekly selling
guaranteed hosiery for largest man
ufacturer in America. Why not you?
Complete outfit free. Write quick to
our city office. Madison Slills, 486
Broadway, New York City.
WANTED Good live agents to sell
boohs; worlds greatest disasters
Omaha disaster and the great flood
throughout Indiana and Ohio. ARply
at once, as the territory is limited
and this will be a fast seller. Ask for
Mr. B west 2509.
Netlce at Flmal Settlement.
Estate of Frank Liekefett deceased.
Public notice !s hereby given that the
undersigned. John 8. McConnell. has
this day filed his final report and set
tlement as such In the probate court of
Rock Island county, and hearing on
said report has been set for May $1,
1913. at 10 o'clock a. ra, at which time
persons interested may appear and
make objections thereto, and if no ob
jections are filed, said reyort will be ap
proped at that time, and the under
signed will ask for an order of distri
bution, and will also ask to be dis
charged. Rock Island. T1U May I. 191$.
JOHN 8. MrCONNKLL.
Administrator with the Will Annexed of
Frank Liekefett deceased.
Jackson. Hurst Stafford, attoraara.
ARGUS. MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1913.
trim uiq iampst
I iiiui inu Lniiii w
WANTED Jobbing: -work and shing
ling, tan west l-H-X.
WANTED To buy second hand patent
uump wagon, pnone west 9S1.
WANTED To buy. good second hand
tmansj Dicycie. Phone west 2209.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder at
144S fourteenth street Mrs. Luella
WANTED Modern furnished room in
private family, close in. Address "F.
H.." care Argus.
WANTED Cleaning and washing by
the day. Drop card to Mrs. Alice
Miller, 311 Tenth street
WANTED To buy, S. & H. green trad
ing stamp books filled or partly fill
ed. Call at 614 Eleventh street
WANTED A good home for bright girl
a years oiu; wouta adept to reliable
party, with references. Inquire at
1215 Eleventh street
WANTED To rent, by Sept. 1 or soon
er, a modern nve or six-roem house
or flat new preferred, bv young mar
ried couple. Phone east 356.
WANTED Second hand steel or iron
smokestack or pipe not less than four
ieet in aiameier and 20 feet lor.
Address "F. J. SI.," care Argus.
VVAJTED To buv. furniture and
stoves; will pay the highest price for
second hand goods. Call Kniff &.
Rosen. Mollne. Phone east 751.
WANTED Young man 35 years old,
employed at the arsenal, would like
room and board in private family.
Address "II. Y. T.," 4525 Sixth ave
WANTED Money IX this ad catches
your eye. and you need a little, he n.
call, write, phone or send messenger
boy to our new location. 1619 Second
avenue, rock island, ror ail personal
loans, such as diamonds watches, lew-
tlry, furniture, pianos, or high grade
articles of any kind; no matter what
It may be. Private parlors for ladies
or ger.ts; 1619 Second avenue. l'hone
west 177. Johnny Jones, since 1884.
manager. Office hours open every
WANTED Gentleman would like po
sition as attendant or companion to
invalid gentleman in tri-cities or
country. Address "luo." care Argus.
WANTED Situation by well experi
enced colored man as houseman or
janitor; can do anything about the
house milk. cook, housecleaning. etc
good reference. W. M. Lee, 2G15 Fifth
WS can get you a tenant for your va
cant house or rooms If you telephone
or send us a postal as soon as vacant
We do not charge for this service
Eummerfleld's. 113-115 East Second
LAWS MOWERS SIURPEXED.
WE have an automatic lawn mower
grinder that grinds your mower witli
the same precision as is done at the fac
tory. You cannot file a mower and
get a true cutting edge. W9 also re
tire baby carriages. Hynes & Case
Bicycle Shop. 318 Seventeenth street.
LEARN Practical Dressmaking nnd
Ladies' Tailoring and be independent
and self-supporting. Wc teach you to
cut, fit, design and make your gown
from your own materials. Positions
furnished In my shop, when compe
tent if desired. G. H. Grabbe, Ladies'
Tailor and Dressmaker, South Putrant
Duiiaing..uavenpoTt LSL 1302. Fat
terns cut to measure.
Estate of Joseph U. Chandler de
ceased. The undersigned havinsr been un
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Joseph H. Chandler late
of the county of Rock Island state of
Illinois deceased hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the lton
Benjamin F. Bell, Judge of the probate
cvuri vi ivJt k isiaua county, at the
r rebate court room, in the city of Rock
Bland, at the July term, on the first
Monday in juiy next at which tlmo all
persons naviiig claims against said es
late are noiinta ana requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated Sth day of Slay. A. D. 1918.
James W. Maucker. attorney.
Estate of Mary L. Deere, deceased.
The underslgneo. having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Mary L. Deere, lat of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear before Hon. Benjamin Bell,
judge of the probate court of Rock Is
land county, at the probate court room,
in the city of Rock Island, at the Au
gust term, on the first Monday in Au-
?;ust next at which time all persons
laving claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
Uuroose of havin.T the same adlusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned-
Dated third day or June. A. r. 1913.
KATHER1NE D. BUTTER WORTH.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Notice Sale of Real ttatate.
By virtue of an order and decree of
the j-robate court of Rock Island coun
ty. Illir.ols, made on the petition of the
undersigned. Anna C. Welch, adminis
tratrix of the estate of John Welch, de
ceased, for leave to sell the real estate
of said deceased, al the June term. A,
D. 191$. of said court, to-wit on the
20th day of June. 1913, I shall, on the
21st day of July next between the
hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and
4 o'clock in the afternoon of said day,
at the east door of the court house in
the city of Rock Island, In said county,
the real estate described at follows, to
wit : The undivided one-half of lot
seven (7). in block three (2). in C
Lynde's addition to the city of Rock
Island, situated In the county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, on the follow
ing terms, to-wit: Cash.
ANNA C. WELCH.
Administratrix of the Estate c-f John
Dated this 20m day of June, A. D.
"-"' & MrEnlry. aollciterA
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR RENT Modern eight-room house;
fine location. Address "C. 23, care
FOR SALE Nice four-room cottage.
near business district Inquire 270S
FOR SALE McLaughlin home, corner
urant ana r lftn streets, Milan, in.;
located on two lots, 55x150 feet each.
Inquire at housei.
FOR SALE A new six-room cottage;
modern except 6ewer: small payment
down, balance monthly payments. In
quire 170u Sixth street '
FOR SALE Or trade, lot and eight-
room house; good condition; lot 40x
142. Inquire W. R. Gingles, 515
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 SALE Two-room house; good
well ajid chicken ho-use; cheap; own
er leaving town. F. A. Shull. Twen
tieth avenue between Twenty-fourth
and Twenty-fifth streets.
FOR BALE Sev'n-room !o?, with 2
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 Lots In South Heights.
south of Aiken street between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance in five
years, is. w. Robinson, l4o men
mond street. Pnono west 1165-K.
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE 80-acre farm, three miles
southwest of Milan; good improve
ments. J. L. Freeman, 414 Safety
FOR SALE. Well improved 120-acre
farm, six miles west of Andalusia,
For particulars, see F. J. Schave, the
owner, on the place.
FOR SALE Ninety acres in Schuyler
county, Illinois; $125 per acre; 60
acres In Hates county, Missouri, $75;
both good improved farms; will take
$3,uu0 residence on eitner. Write me.
W. A, Deitiker, Milan. 111.
FOR EXCHANGE 320 acres of fine Illi
nois land; good improvements; priced
at JS5 per acre; want good stock of
merchandise; also other lands for
merchandise. Write us. Patterson
Realty com pari y, Warsaw, 111.
FOIi SALE Free, free; 40 acres of
good productive farm land in Lake
and Wexford counties, Michigan;
close to towns and railroad; regular
price, $15 un acre; given away for a
fehort time only, positively free. Write
at once for particulars hoy you can
get 40 acres 01 this land. S. Suhnilzer,
101 Unity building, Chicago, ill.
BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES.
TIRES (all makes), accessaries,, lamps,
etc.; cut prices; $35 Flying Merkei
bicycles at wholesale price, $25 (.or
ange and blue enameled ; 24S-210
Last Third street DaveuporL
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M.
Walker, lawyer, 811 People's Bank
Estate of August Schmidt, deceased.
l ne unuersigneu Having been ap
point! a executrix or ine last win and
testament or August tjihmidt, late of
the county or ltocK Island, state of 1111
r.ois, deceased, hereby gives notice tnat
she will appear before the Hon. Ben
jamin Bell, judge of the probate court
of Rock Island county, at the probate
court room, in the .city of Rock Island.
at the August term, on the first Monday
in August next at which time ail per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same ad
Justed. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate
peyment to tlio undersigned
Dated 12th day of June, A. D. 1913.
MARY SCHMIDT, Executrix.
v alker, Ingram & Sweeney, attor
Estate of Herman Roggenkamp, de
The undersigned having been an
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Herman Roggenkamp. late
of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that, sho will appear before the Hon.
Benjamin Bell, Judge of the probate
court of Rock Island county, at the
f robate court room, in the city of Rock
sland, at the September term, on the
first Slonday in September next, at
which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the under-
Dated 14th day of June, A. D. 1913.
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. September term,
A. D. 1913. In Chancery.
Margaret Keel vs. Elsworth Keel.
Aflidavlt of non-residence of Elsworth
Keel, the above defendant, having been
tiled in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice is there
fore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the comp.lnant
filed her bill of complaint in said court,
on the chancery side thereof, on the
ICth day of June, 1913. end that there
upon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pending,
returnable on the third Monday In the
month of September next, &s is by law
Now, unless yoti, the said r.on-res!-dent
defendant above named, Elsworth
Keel, 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 the said
county, on the third Monday In Septem
ber next, and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant's bill of com
plaint, tne same and the mattern and
things therein charged and stated will
be taken as confessed, and a decree en
tered against you According to the
prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island, III, June 16. 113.
fcchrlver & fichrlver, coja - int's
All the es all tne time Tbs
BY CARL ED
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
A surrey; phone west
FOR SALE: Go-cart; lT-ilr at 13
FOR SALE Drop head Singer sewing
machine at 4121 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE Cherries by the bushel or
case. Call old phone west SS6. one
FOR SALE: Drop head Singer sewing
machine at a bargain; 1232 Twelfth
FOR SALE Cherries, at B03 Hendricks
. street. South Rock Island. C. F. Val
entine. FOR SALE Good wagon horse; call ev
enings at 1014 Twelfth street Phone
FOR SALE Good black dirt to be re-
moved as soon as possible. Phone
FOR SALE Camping or sleeping tent;
double floor; cheap. Inquire 2721
FOR SALE Gas stove, new. at 1544
Phone west 1021.
FOR SALE Corn cobs by the load.
Benson's feed store. 213 Seventeenth
street. Phc-ne west 221.
FOR SALE Furniture cf 10-room
rooming house: all or parti good as
new; at 3009 Pirtn avenue.
FOR SALE Jewel easolir.e stove, self
generator, first class condition. In
quire 1209 Fourteenth street.
FOR SALE Motor boat. 26-foot racing
hull, in fine condition, located at 54a
Twentieth street Rock Island.
FOR SALE Cherries, $1 a bushel; come
pick them yourself. II. F. Spltznas,
Twenty-fourth street, South liock Is
land. FOR SALE Cherries; -come and pick
your cherries; $1 a nusnei, at tne bin
linger fruit farm, Thirty-eighth street
FOR SALE Buy a lot and build a sum
mer ct-ttago on Indian-island. Can
or phone 0. L. BeardsKy, West 125,
FOR SALE Household furniture, range,
piano, and sewing machine almost
new; sacrificed to sell at once. J. A.
Smith, Milan, 111.
FOR SALE Motorcycle, Trior V two-
speed, in flno condition, used very lit
tle. E. M. Kellogg. 1419 Twelfth
street, Mollne, 111.
FOR SALE Cherries, $1 a bushel; must
ljiek them yourseli. inquire c L.
Overstaler. Twenty-fourth street road,
South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Two second hand wagons;
one six-l'oot bodv, $; one nine-foot
body, $20. Inquire Kuschniann gro
cery, 22u7 Fourth avenue.
FOR RALE Cherries: come out and
liik :or yourself; ji per busnei; una
dock from Watch Tower; take the
street cur and come out. W. Range.
FOR SALE Full blooded beadle hound
pups, just right for training this fall;
prices reasonuble. 11. G. Spitznas,
Twenty-fourth street. South Rock la
land. FOR SALE )ne four-horso power gas
oline engine, nearly new; shafting,
belting and Home light machinery, at
14(i4 Twelfth, street. i'lionu west
FOR SALE Baby chick3, --so comb
Rhode Island Reds. IS cens each;
chicks and hatching eggs all the
time. L. li. Stray er. Strajer'B Cross
ing, South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Sleeping or camping tent,
with lly and double floor, screened ail
around, four-foot wall and put up in
four-foot sections; built house-like
and substantial. Inquire 2719 Eighth
avenue. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Launch "Ltila." 20 feet by
6 feet 6 inches, six-h'Tse power; seats
10; If you are locking for something
classv, investigate this one. Apply to
W. M. Bennett, manager L C. 11. A.,
foot of Twelfth street.
FOR SALE One 100-horsepoTver Ko
waneo boiler, 60xlS feet, 54 fo ir-inch
flues; in first class condition. For full
Jiarticulars and price, call on M.
tuthschild, 412 Putnam building, Dav
enport, or phone north 28U.
FOR SALE Horses; bay mare, 6 years
old. works single or double, weight
1,350 pounds; large work horse, 12
years old, weight 1,300 pounds; a
large blind mare. 8 years old; also
one blind mare, weight 1,000 pounds,
works single or double. Inquire at
Moelier's livery stable, 1611 Fourth
FREEZING BOILING WATER.
It Sounds Queer, but to Science It Is
an Easy Matter.
Water may be boiled and frozen both
at the same time. The idea is a little
startling, but the explanation is simple
enough. The temperature at which
water boils depends purely on the air
pressure of its surface. If the air
pressure is high the water must be
made a good deal hotter to boll than is
necessary at low pressure.
On mountains, where the air pres
sure is lower than at sea level, water
bolis easily at low temperature. In
cooking vegetables of all kinds a cer
tain degree of heat is required, and
where water boils before that s-egeta-bles
won't cook. Consequently they
have to be put in a closed boiler so
that tbe generated steam will create
pressure for the water to boll beyond
the required tempemture.
For an experimental proof of this
fact tbe water is placed in a vessel
end the air exhausted above the sur
face of tbe water. As the process of
pumping goes on the water will boll
.Tioleiitly. the steam congealing on the
sides of the exhaust vessel. If tho
pumping !d continued Ions enough and
tbe outside is cooled below tbe freez
ing point of tbe water the water will
continue boiling and bubbling until it
Is a mass of ice.
This fact is made use of in estimat
ing., the .height of mountains. . At sea
Sl.OO. Oh! Mercy!
What's coming off no.
A 30-day snap only. Johnny
always got something new.
Just to get acquainted tva
will for 30 days repair your
watch or clock as good as
new all for $1.00, no matter
how bad it is crippled we
will fix it, also call and de
liver, all for a dollar, with
absolute guarantee with ev
ery job. So if your watch
or clock is on the bum
bring it to us and we will
make it run, all for a dollar.
1619 SECOND AVENUE.
Also don't forget we have
the only real Collateral
bank ever in the city and
wo loan money on Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Salaries,
Furniture, rian03, Live
Stock, High Grado Guns,
Real Estate or any article
of value. No guessing as to
to who we are. Established
since 1S84, our word alone
is gold. Open every even
ing and all day besides.
Hi Cut Rate Loan Co.
Phono W 177. 1619 Second
avenue, Rock Island, III.
Loans, Loans, Loans his son
and Johnny Jones.
level water " boils at 212 decrees T.
This principle does not apply to water
alone, but to nil liquids. CUica-;o Trib
une. A PROBLEM IN FINANCE.
The Question That Lincoln Fired at
The mysteries of linunco were not
always clear to Mr. Lincoln, whoso
statesmanship was of another sort.
Hut his keen sense of humor would not
permit him to regard the diOicult sub
ject as too profound for uu occasional
Oue day Secretary Chase of the
treasury department found ou a desk
In his office what at llrst appeared to
bo a picture of cn "infernal machine."
It looked like a goose, but ou further
examination it proved to be a drawing
of an ingenious Invention for turning
gold eagles Into greenbacks, with the
secretary himself working it and slow
ly feeding it with "yellow boys" at one
end, while the government currency,
camo out at the other end, whirling
about like the leaves of uutumn.
While be was examining It the pres- "
identcame in, as he daily did, for con
sultation. Mr. Chase banded him the
drawing, and his eyes twinkled as be
recognized the likeness of the secre
tary. ; '
"Capital Joke, Isn't it, Mr. Chase?",
he exclaimed. - ' "!
"A Joke!" repeated tbo irate secre
tary. "I'd give a thousand dollars to
know who left it here!" 1
"Oh, no," said. Mr. -.Lincoln temper
ately, "you would hardly do that" i
"Yes, I would!" stoutly asserted thai
"Would you, though" Inquired. the
president, with that deliberate manner
which characterized him when he was
really In enrnest. "Well, which end
would you pay fromi" 1'outh'a Com
I ' Traveling Sand Hil!a.ei-r-;
' On the coast of Tomerania there are
large tracts of sand heaped up by the
wind, hundreds of yards in breadtli
and from CO to 120 feet high, and
these hills, propelled by tbe wind,
move steadily In an easterly direction.
The R-;eed at which these great hills
travel is from thirty-nine to flfty-slz
feet a year. Pine woods, which some
times come In their line of march, can
not stop tbem and are completely de
stroyed. . The branches are rotted off
by tbe sand, and nothing Is left of the
Iree but tbe bare stems, which: after
ja few years wither and die. iryyr-'rJ
Difficulties of th Naturalist. : i
j At one end or the other of every anl
iial lies a danger which makes tha
closest investigation impossible. To
study tbe mule we must hold him by
.he head, but to study tbe bull we
.must have a tail bold as a vantage
Joint. St Louis Globe-Democrat.
Plenty of Change,
Fashionable I'hysician What yon
rentl? nArl Is n rlinnrA of rl1mn'
e raOeot Change of climate! Why.
I've never bad anything else! I've
'lived In New York all my llfew-Ufe.
I Pa. what is a receiver?
: "X receiver, my son. is a man who
wnds up a business after it has rua
down." Boston Transcript.