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day. so that any eubsrriber who may
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receive paper. Will be supplied free
T.-e Argus ctsln of branch offices
Include the following:
J. J. Klpp's notion store, 4S1S Tlfth
II. B. Riiwe'i pharmacy, 4111 Four
Schneiders drug- store, Twenty-sev-Dih
street. Seventh avecue.
Cllemeycr's drug a'ure. Eleventh ave
biik I ifteinth street.
Pauley's lunch room, 403 Fourth itr-
Mrs. London's notion store. Seventh
lrt, Fourteenth avenue.
Heluibeck's pharmacy, 2J Third ave-
Ernest Ebcrts' grocsry, 2J Eleventh
Kudrrt drug store, Thirtieth street
sr.J r fih av-t.ue.
College pharmacy. Seventh avsnus
end '1 nirty-eiguth atreei
Olson grocery. Thirteenth avenue end
eneiner drug store, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street.
Hasting Pti grocery. l"IS Tven-ty-nxtn
Kel-y"s grocery and notion store.
1623 Ninu slnet.
FOH RENT HOISF.S.
F"R RENT Four-room
hurk Island 2 jit.
FOR RENT Seven-room
at Uls Fourth avenue,
uuire l2.il hillh avenue
rem, .' in-
VOR RKNT Einht-rm ho-.iKe, corner
Nineteenth meet und F.iglitti tvtnut.
talker, Ingram : veney.
FOR RENT A s-ven-roni modern
house. inquue at 131 'Iweirtu
atreet. Fnone Rock Ini.in.i 24.
FOR RENT A god mouern etght-room
house near Twelnh street huiI Eiifh
teenili avenue. imjuire buicty
F' 'R RENT A seven-room tn'nlern f ur
Mrhed huiif"?: rii locatei; owner to
reserve privilege. 111U.U1H: -16 Bale
Ft'R KENT- 'tie side of double hinise;
' six rooms, mode i n, iiu hill near lona;
lew cr; rent, J J., per wuntii. luoiii;
li n k island 14.
FOR KENT Two new houses, strictly
modern; one six-room and one cttcht
ronni. Irn'iire 14'i Tweiity-mnih
FOR KENT Nov. 1, seven-room house,
with one aert- of totinu. giuil ceiiur,
bain, cistern und well. Inquire i'JVJ
ht t iiteeiilli street.
FOR It i;NT Ei Kiit -room lioise h nd two
'-te of III lid, I.IKllteelilil avenue and
I hlrt y -elg n .n Mreil. I nil phone
Ho k Jslaiid tliiee ril s
FOR KENT fur wintr.
e alil-rooiii house, siru tiy inoiiern.
rent rea.'nHhle to niit psrly, ret
erenees. Apply at '-' I Ulceiun
FOR RENT Six-rouni house near Long j
lew park, Inmate mid waivr, rea
sonable, t" reliable parties. Phone
K'" k island :j..' nfui p. in., or
any lime bunduy.
Fvil UISNT FLATS.
F')R RKNT--M'xlern sleam heated flat,
iniuire William Oak'), :iui Filth
a .line, tit).
yH KI.NT Four-room partly modern
flat at Firty-third street, Kock
island Call enln at 4 1 1 V Fll
teenth street. M-iiiie.
FOH REXT SIJIELLAMIOVI.
FOrP"KENT Second floor of factory
building at 15J4 Fouilu avenue, suit
sl'le tor liaht inauufucturing. Inquire
lie Fuurin avenue.
FtR RENT Htercroom. with fine flat
aloe, in gtvd locatti-n. rent leason
able. calt at 21" Safety building.
Phone Ro.-k island 1 6 1 5.
SEAKLE A MARSHALL Attorne) s-at-law.
OmVe 4U2-J04 bafety building.
JACKSON Ht'RST tfTAKKVRD At-torn)-at
l. Ottic in stock island
National bank bunding. .
W A LX EkTiNG RAM BWEENET'-At.
tori.ey and cwt-usetora at law. Money
to Jn on r-al eiat. Room ftltl
' 30$ People a National bank building.
WILLIAM M. WALKEat Attorney;
general law builuewi corporation,
orubate and rl entale law. JlJ Peo
ples bans; buiMllug. Pboae piock Is
M-ENIRY McENlKT Altorns-at-law.
Loan mency, on good security;
make collection Ifef erences, Mitch
ell Lynde. bankers. Ottlce. Mitchell
a: Lynde buildiug.
W K WILL. BOND YOU Executors', ad
mirlrators . guardians, truatee. or,
any hind of judicial bonds; Iocs'-, and ,
-Kt lety vfrWrs; city, state, or U. 8. i
government officials, contractors. pa
altloua of trual; in fact, any kind of
bond you want i except bail hoods).
- Termat reasonable. Hayes aV Cleave
land, resident managers. Fidelity at
Deposit Company of Maryland.
BICYCLES AM) MOTORCYCLES.
TIRES (all makes I, sccessorles, lamps.
etc.: cut prices. $;i Flying M-rkl
bicvele at wholesale price. $2 cr
ange and blue enameied: 2CS-210
Eat Tlurd street. Davenport.
j--. : i. i - ;
CONTRACTORS- ANI BCILDERS.
U.niircture, --f fah Door, ttllrdi
and Stairs. Interior nnlaa or au amoa
Hardwood eneer Foonnt and deal-
era In Ulaea. 311 And 3X7 Eighteen!
WAY GIRLS ARE BROUGHT UP NOWADAYS
roR n E?TT ROOM a.
FOR RENT Modern furnished
at 1704 Fifth svenue.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms
at 217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 1 a 1 1 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping: S10 Second street, city.
FOR RftNT Modern furnished room at
222 Thirteenth street; very reason
able. FOR RENT Two modern rooms for
light housekeeping at 1207 Fourth
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
rooms: steam beat. Inquire l&il
FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms
on car line, all modern conveniences;
1405 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT Three strtrtly modern fur
nished rooms for sleeping. Inquire
ui, i wrnijr-inira iirreu
r Kjn Kt.M Modern furnished room.
inquire izso Twenty-ninth street
Phone Rock Island 2S0H.
ton tr-.-M Modern furnished rooms
for light housekeeping at 1101 Four-
Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. In-
; 20 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
a i .: i-orty-tnird street; rent rea
aonable; near two car lines.
ton Kt.-i I nre unfurnished rooms,
upstairs, with Lath, heat and ifas, at
si'j umium atreet; no children.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for Hunt housekeeping; laundry priv
ileges. Inquire 27l Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room. 2.i0 per week, at M5 Twen
tieth atreet. phone Kock Island 22'iJ,
FCR RENT Modern furnished room
t-T light housekeeping; furnace hcai,
hath and phone; at 1134 Third ave
nue. FOR RENT Two pleasant unfurnished
from rooms, suitahle lor light house
keeping, close in, at 1417 bixth ave
nue. FOR RENT Furnished room, modern
except heat, for one or two people, in
private family. Inquire at litliciixlu
FOR RENT Nirelv furnished room, all
modem, for gentleman, in family of
two. at 121 Tnlrd avenue. Pnon
Rock Island 122J-A.
FOR RENT Two small unfurnished
housekeeping r.umi, 7 per month,
convenient to car lines; private lam-
i y : 1411 Sixth avenue.
FOR KENT Furn'.snrd modern room
:n private family, with hoard. If de
eired. Inquire an 28tU Sixth avenue.
Phone Kock Island li$2-K.
FoR KENT Modern furnished room
for gentleman. Apply Flat No. 1.
lieges. Inquire 271S Fifth avenue.
Phone Rock laland 1442-K.
, , .ll'tiR RENT A nicely furnished room
luriiisnea I ju moarn home, suitable lor n
or two gentlemen; references requir
ed: at loti3 Second avenue. Rock Is
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for
pght housekeeping; strictly modern;
ue of laundry and phone; close to
car line. Apply 2525 Eighth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room, on Long View car line, in walk
ing distance from buynets district.
Phone Roek Island. 497-1". inquire
732 Fifteenth streeu
FOR RENT Fine room: steam heat, hot
and cold water, gas and electric light;
private entrance, heing a large front
room, will accommodate one or two
people. Apply mornings or evenings
at 123 Sixth avenue.
Masonic Temple. Eighteenth street and
THE STATED MEETING OF TRIO
JV lodge No. 57, A.
IW held on the
VV of each month.
f V on M. M. degre
F. & A. M , w ill
e first Thursday
Special for work
gree. on Thursday,
Oct. $0. at i p. m.. in Corinthian hall.
Visiting brethren are cordially invit
ed. Hv order of L. E. Hemen way,
W. M.; W. B. Pet til, secretary.
. A. R.
BPFOrtD POST. 243. G. A. R ., meets
regularly on the second and fourth
Saturday evening of each month at
7 3 in Memorial hall at the court
house. W. M. Johnston, commander;
E. H. Buck, adjutant.
lost axd rocsa
LOST Small handbag, in Long View
park. Mrs. Langman. 1230 Twelfth
avenue; phone lMs-K; reward.
LtST Child's fur neckpiece ,on Sec
ond avenue between Seventeenth and
Nineteenth streets. Return to The
IXST Package containirg three black
tips, on Red line car going east, about
V a. in Saturday. hinder telephone
Rock Island 1171-X; reward.
LOST A gold chain between corner (A
Eleventh avenue and Fourteenth-and-a-half
street and high school. Return
to The Argus and receive reward.
LOST In McCabes store or between
McCabe's and lit'- Fourth avenue,
a bunch of black aigrettes. Return
to 125 Fourth avenue for reward.
LOST Wednesday evening, probably
on Sec ond avenue between Eighteenth
and Nineteenth streets, or on Elm
street car line, a string of amber
bead. Notify Rock laland 1235-X or
The Argus office. Reward.
6END us a postal or telephone ax sens
aa your house U vacant: we have
hundreds of apalicar.ta for vacant
bouses and will axnd them to you. We
do not charge sr. y thing for this Mr
vice. Summe-ftelcs. 113-115 East Bee
ood ttiwt. Davenport.
! HENRT GAETHJE, proprietor Chin
i piannocs. nurrery. t.iu nowers and'
designs of a'l kinds. City store. 17
Second avenue. Thone Roc laland
1 1110. I
THE ROdK ISL.AXO;"ARdUS. 31 0 XI) AY,'
Just ecte I . ie.
T W II -ix -
WANTED Foreman for steel plate de
partment: must be familiar with the
fitting and assembling of steel plows
and the handling: of men; a tactful
and Intelllsrent man desired: good pay
and xteadv position. South Bend
Chilled Plow company. South Bend.
WANTED Boy to learn drug business.
Thomas Drug company.
WANTED A man for slip work;
quire 1700 Sixtn street
WANTED Boy over 18 years to set
pins at St. Julian alleys. Seventeenth
street and Seventh avenue.
WANTED A clean-cut, live, up-to-date
young man, one familiar witn MoUne
and Hock island, capable of making
good collections; good salary tor a
hustler. Apply 524 Fifteenth street.
WANTBD We want men ar.d boys In
the city and out to learn the barber
trade: can qualify In few weeks for
nest position; wages vriue learning
tools riven. Wrltu Holer Barber coi
lege, Chicago. 111.
WANTED Salesman; reliable man for
Kock Island, also ODen territory In
lliinc-!K, to sell our imported and do
mestic and hand colored calendars;
also advertising specialties; liberal
proposition to the rlsrlu mnn. Thomas
J. Beckman company, fll Filbert
street. Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED For V. S. army; able-bodied
unmarried men betweep ages of Is
end 35; citizens of L'nltetJ States, of
good cnararter and temperate habits
who can speak, read and write the
English language. For information,
apply to recruiting oillcer. Second and
Brady street, Daver.port; 219 South
Third street. Cedar Rapids; Sixth and
Main streets. Dubuque; Slate , Bank
building. Rock Island.
WASTED FEM 1LB HELP.
WANTED Good girl; good wages; at
702 Twenty-first, street.
WANTED Girls to do pressing- at Ter
bury'a. ZIUH Third avenue. .
WANTED A resident laundress: apply
Bethany home, Thirty-sixth street.
WANTED Lady to play piano in our
music department. F. Wool worth
WANTED Reliable girl to assist With
general housework; good wages. In
quire 73 Seventeenth street.
WANTED Woman wanting griod home
in country. In family If two: no farm
hands. Mrs. Rldinour, Cambridge. III.
WANTED Experienced lady book
keeper and cashier. Apply at once.
John Gately company, u Twentieth
WANTED Position as housekeeper or
taking rare of invalid; can furnish
A 1 referencuf. Address "C M. t.,"
care of The Argus.
WANTED Tienty girls for sowing de
partment in our mitten factory; pleas
ant and Htvady work; special Induce
ment to bet inner. Bons Manufactur
ing company, corner Slxteenta street
and Third avenue, Moline.
WANTED -Women to do plain sewing
at horn' for a jarne Philadelphia
firm; io.il money and steady work;
no canvassing; send reply envelope
for pricts paid. I'niversl company,
Desk A. Walnut street, Philadelphia,
LET us handle your property; we sell,
collect renta, look after all details,
relieve ycru of all worry. Come in
and see us and we will tslk it over.
Krkhart & Buffum, real estate and
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mail and Journal
wants bring results. One-half cent
per word Is the price to all alike, rasa
In advance; two-cent stamps will do.
Evening Saturday Mali and Journal,
KNIFE Pleat In gs. Zc yard up; accord
eon pleatings. 4c yard up. Buttons
covered from scraps of goods, 10c
dozen up; all si ses, styles and colored
Ivory rims. Felt pennants, pillow
covers, etc. Button holes made;
pinking, sponging, dress forms, etc.
Davenport Pleating. Button Novel
ty company. 230 South Putnam build
ing. Davenport. Phone Davenport 733.
Send for circulars.
BSTR-1CTS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate la the county. Prompt nnd ac
curate service at reasonablo rates
Rock Island Title c Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; ' W. J.
eweeney, secretary; zuo-JOJ. second
Boor, People National bank bui'd
lng. Rock island.
CARD OF THANKS.
WE desire to thank friends, relatives
and neighbors for kindnesses render
ed during our recent bereavement.
We also wish to express nut appre
ciation for the beautiful floral trib
utes. Thomas Fuller and family
Sl'PERFI.rot'S hair and mole.i on face
ana arms permanently removed w
oae to six needles. Address Mia a
niumiFT. i hi i. jiigyiB riats.Hrady
street, Davenport. Phone DavrcDJrt
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Mis A. Ein
arson. graduated Swedish m,isseuee.
gne treatment in private boroes and'
at office by rfointment. Ptione Rock I
Island JlaS. office, tli Sventtentbl
V eE. HOUR- PBR
VJfe. Ms. obt
WANTED Janitor work; address
M.," care of The Argus.
WANTED Day work, washing prefer
red; 1018 Fourth avenue.
WANTED To buy. display table for
dry goods store. Phone Rock Island
WANTED Bundle snd basket washing.
Address 2S13 Sixth avenue. Rock Is
land. WANTED To do honsecleaning by the
day. Inquire 745 Fourteentli-and-a-hsJf
WANTED Plain sewing at 831 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street. Phone Rock
WANTED Boarders, close In; also one
room for rent. Address "D. E.," care
WANTED Lace curtains to launder at
144S Fourteenth street. Mrs. Luella
FOP. SALE One table, two iron couch
es, arid gas stove. Inquire 737 Four-
WANTED To buy furniture, stoves:
win pay dci price, call KntnT. Lio
line 751; 1620 Third avenue. Moline.
ANTED Housewives to ask their
grocer or Dtitcner .to show you
anarpo, or pnone kock island 2471
WANTED Washing and ironing, to
take home. Ruth Lewis, 2620 Fourth
avenue, in the rear, p-jione Rock is
WANTED Ho!:secleanIng and washing
fcend postal with telephone and house
niimticr. .rs. A. Mueller. 515 Twin
WANTED To buy, at once, live or six
room modern house; unless a bar
gain, don't answer. Address "Buy
er," care of The. Argun.
ANTED To rent, nice furnished
room in modern house, close in, very
reasonable. Phone Rock Island 1592
for further Information.
WANTED Two or three strictlv mod
ern rooms for sleeping or light' house
keeping; reference if desired. Address
"E. D. P.." care of The Argus.
WANTED Stoves and furniture; will
pay big price. Stoves repaired and
set up. Williamson; Bros., 1517 Sec
ond avenue. Phone Kock Island 107.
WANTED F'irnace and chimney clean
ing; will alao repair chimneys, at rea
sonable prices: good work guaran
teed. Inquire .G. Wi Rind. 420 Ninth
street, or phone Rock Island 1063 ..
WANTED Room and board, or fur
nished room, by middle aged gentle
man with elderly couple or widow
government msn; pav weeklv;
state price for room ar.d hoard, or
room. Address "W. E.," care of The
WANTED By a married man. a steady
position as driver of delivery car or
wagon. Address "J. W.,-" care of The
WANTED Work on fsrm bv the year
by . experienced man with family;
must have uuuse fui-ni3hed. Inquire
B. Vanslckle. 516 Sixth street, city.
enca in the portrait line. Apply M.
Vlnneld, New Harper, between 7 and
8 p. m.
;t-eiti. Justice or the Peace
Third avenue. Rock Island. 11L
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty Public notice is hereby -
given that nt'
leciai meeting or the. stockholders
of the Rock island Exposition com
pany, a corporation organized and ex
isting under and by virtue of the laws
or the state of Illinois, and held at the
assembly room of the Kock Island club,
?'b! tM,nPtrent" street. In the elis
or Rock Island, county of Rock Island
and ctate of Illinois, on the second dv
of June, A. D. 113. at the hour of 7:30
o clock in the evening of said Iav. at
which meeting stockholders represent
ing at least two-thirds of the whole
"i'"i iw oi saia corporation were
present, the following resoluttc-n was
unanimously adopted by said stock
holders, all the vc-tes represented being
at least two-thirds of the whole stock
of saot cc rporation t being cast in fa
vor of said resolution:
Whereas. The stockholders of the
Rock Island Exposition company, an
Illinois ccrporation. desire to abandon
the corporate enterprise, surrender the
charter, franchises and corporate name,
and dissolve the said corporation: and.
Whereas. The said Rock Island Ex-
fi08ilion ccmpany has ceased to do bsti
ness, and all corporate debts have been
fully paid and corporste liability dis
charged, nnd the corporate assets and
property distributed among all persons
New. therefore, be it. resolved. That
the corporate enterprise, charter, fran
chises and corporate name of the com
pany be surrendered and that said cor
poration be dissolved: and.
Be it further resolved. That the sec
retary be, and he Is hereby authorized
and directed to attest, a secretary, the
record of the rroceedings of this - meet -
log and affix the seal of the corporation!
Be it further resolved. That the pr-
Ident of said Rock Island Exposition :
companv is hereby authorised if cause I
a complete record of all proceedings in
this respect to be verified bv hi sworn
m;. a .n..iri i.-- t he ..... i r ... i.i!
i ,tw i.i.
the corporate seal t oe amxed. to be
fil.rf in, eer.rH in the ,ffl, e t.t ihe
corder or deeds of Rock Island countv to said action, piarrment win be entered
In the -state of Illinois, it being tiie ' against you In favor .of the said plain
county wherein tiie principal office c-f!1'"; and the property attached sold to
said corporation Is located. -
Be It fjrther resolved. That the pre-1
ident cause a notice of said dissolution j
to be pub'lshed fer three successive;
weeks in The Rock Island Argus, aj
newspaper published in the city of Rock)
Island. In said countv and tae afore- i
said. anf. wUhln three months Jrom this1.
Jate "ue ea:d record aforesaid, bear -
'nf thereon the certificate of recording
executed by the recorder of deed of
'i:u rcoca lrianu ci.ur.i). iu oe meu in , mtni as surn in the probate cpjrt ,f ine lew wive you nave been ncfiualnt
the office of the secreftry of srste. I Rm-k Is. and county, and h-s. ii.t; n,' ! n, r, ,..rf ,mi. k...
That the record f said proceeding. sr.ld report has been set for N-.v. ;;!; 1?6 hItE T0M '"ut 1'Osib'y have
signed bv the president of the. corpora -
tion. verified by hi affidavit and et -
ieiea uy ie win-o vi hiu i,,-r-
Hon. under his corporate al, has been
djlv re,-orded as required bv law.
iMIet llri. - ' I i I rftV Of f. I , .1, - r A
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RjCK ISLAND EXPOSITION CO,
'Sesli Bv Wii'iam hi. R-tk, Pres.
By R. M. Pearce. S'-crctary.
OCIOBKU 27. lnig.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALF A seven-room house, also
nine-room house, at Forty-second
street and Sixth avenue.KOck Island;
lot 60x150 feet. Inquire 4201 Sixth
FOR SALE Here Is a good buy for
some one: Lot 96x196. with five-room
house, fine location; Ave more houses
can be built on It; only 12,400. Eck
hart & Buffum.
FOR SALE Now is the time to. buy a
god Second avenue property. Every
year K is going up. If you want a
b isiness property, see us at once.
E?khart & Buffum.'
FOR SALE A fine home on Fourteenth-and-a-half
street; all modern,
essf. front, concrete sidewalks, pav
ed asphalt street; price, S3,5u0. Let
us show you this 'house; it is a bar
gain. Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE Lots In 8oirth Heights.
south of Aiken street, between
' Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
. easy terms; 325 down, balance in five
ye&rs. E, W. Bobinson, J454 Rich
mond street. Phono Rock Island
FOR SALE Lou in J. Q. Schuermann's
Sixth addition, from Fifth to Seventh
street and Fourteenth avenue to
Eighteenth avenue; payments, la
down, $5 per month . luiiuire 1708
. Sixth street. Fhone Rock Island 12.6.
FOR SALfe Lots, in Glenwood. on Elm
street, oar line. Fourteenth avenue, be
tween 1 hlrty-second and Thirty
fourth streets; lots $350 to $950; alfO
fine corner lot. Thirty-second street
and Thirteenth avenue. $oj0: 5 per
cent oft for cash. A. v. Lamp. 3311
Thirteenth avenue. . Phone Kock Is
land 3018. '
FOH BALK LANDS.
FOR RALE 113 acres Wapello county,
Iowa; level, tiled, well Improved, new
fences, fine nighborhood, one-fourth
mile to school: price, $155. JlS.nort, 6
per cent. J. E. Espy, ottumwn, Iowa.
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 6 9 -acre farm, well Im
proved; new eight-room bouse, good
well, all bul'dings in good condi
tion; located Uiree miles southwest o(
Milan on Ridgewood road. . J. M.
Scarr. route 2. Milan.
FOR SALE Or trade, improved and un
improved farms In Lamar and Lincoln
counties, Mississippi: grow crops 12
ramihs In the year; average tempera
ture 64 degrees; high lands, no
swamps. 400 feet above sea level; 10
to 5,u(iu-acre tracts, $15 to $30 per
acre. Salesman wanted. Smith, Sar
atoga hotel, Davenport.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M.
Walker, lawyer, 311 Peoples Bank
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In toe County Court .of Rock Island
county. Illinois. October term. 1913. in
Attachment. Demand. $86. 4u .
- :,tw uurucr notei company vs. H.
Noticu Is hereby given to you. the
said 11 .n. OH more, that a writ of at
tachment has been issued out of the
office of the clerk of. the county court
of said county of Rock Island, at the
suit of the said New Harper Hotel corn-
Pan'' Bnd 8"'nst the estate of you, the
forty one-hundredth dollars besides
Interest, directed to the sheriff of said
county to execute', which said writ has
been returned by said sheriff executed
by levying on -the north. 65 feet of th
east bl feet of lot No. i, in block No. 2;
and the north -60 feet of the west 30
feet of lot No. 1, in block No. 2, In the
old town of Stephenson, now Rock is
land. In the couuty of Hock Island and
state cf Illinois. .
Now, unlets youv tile said H. B. GU
more, shall personally be and appear be
fore' the county court of said county, on
the first day of the next term thereof,
tu be holden at Rock Island, In said
county, on the first Monday In the
month of October next, give special
ball and plead to said action, judgment
will be entered against you In favor of
said plaintiff, and the property attach
ed soid to satlsry the same, with costs.
HENRY B. HCBWARD. Clerk.
Rock Island III. Sept. 4 1913.
Searle & Marshall, plaintiff's at tor.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun-
In the Couhty. Court of Rock Island
County. Illinois. October term, 1913.
G. 3. Johnson Company vs. Ernst
Pllat. In Attachment. Demand,$357.57.
Notice is hereby given to you. the said
Ernst Pilat, that a writ of attachment
as been sued out of the office of the
lerk of the county court of said county
f Kock Island, at the atiit of th, mbi,i
G. S. Johnson company, and against the
I estate-of. you, thealt Ernst .Pilat. for
'"ree liundred and thirty-seven dollars
nd Afty-aeveB cents, beeldes ifntortst,
irected to the sheriff pf said county to
Mecute. , ...
?" uess your the said Ernst Pilat,
'ball personally be and appear before
lne county court of said county, oa tae
first day of the next term thereof, to be
; holden st Rock Island, in airf conntv :
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uctoner next, give special ball and pic
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! i'siy tne same witn costs
li. B. HUBBARD. Clerk.
Rock Island. 1.1 L. Sent. Z. 113.
Albert Huber. plaintiff's attorney.
Notice at Fiaal KeitJesacsit.
Estate of Ernst Iffier. deef aged-
Public notice Is hereby given that ft, et
' undersigned. Aloert Huber. xeci,f.-r of i
- the will of Ernst I -e flier, dteat'd. ha.
; t H . ss dav- filed hi final report ahd s( Hie- i
: 1S1J, at 10 o'clock
m.. at whir-h t!:
; persons interested
may appear and
t m kc uriji i iicnj irrerefo. ami if no ,i.
: Je tior.s are hied, said report villi le?'
j approved at. that time, and the U'-drr-i
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. e " - e - au " I VI 11 1 I r I -
Diuiop. ana v.i:i also ask. to be dis
Roik Island. 111., fr-t. ;i.
ALBERT HVBER. Executor.
ten to -IMS pa'jisi.ly Cail ' Ell " ". 77
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POMT KEEP P
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FOR SALE MISCELLATfEOrS.
FOR SALE Launch; call Rock Island
FOR SALE An upright oak folding
bed. Inquire 220 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Gas stove and kitchen ta
ble. Inquire 2405 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE Pullets, 30c to 75c each- at
. 638 Webb street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Show cases and fixtures;
118 Eighteenth street. Rock Island,
FOR SALE All kinds of heating
stoves, cheap; 331 Tenth street. Rock
FOR SALE Gray horse; also buggy:
at 1521 Second avenue. Phone Rock
FOR' SALE! Hard coal stove In good
condition. 35. Inquire 1728 Nine
FOR SALE Good, serviceable driving
horsn, cheap if taken at once; 310
FOR SALE One hard coal burner In
first class condition. Inquire 715
FOR SALE New White Rotary sew
ing machine: price, $12. inquire 4121
FOR SALE Tables, show cases and
fixtures at Photo ' Electric shop, 11S
FOR SALE Avrdale terrier, five months
old, eligible to register. R. II. Sase
man. Preemption, ill.
FOR SALE Good light delivery horse,
buggv and harness, for J35; come
quick; 1530 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE! $150 buys a small automo.
bile, good as new; party leaving city.
Inquire 1812 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE A good heating stove, or
will trade for a rqad cart; 721 Seven
teenth street. Phone Kock Island
FOR SALE Free sewing machine, with
latest improvements; cost $45; very
cheap; leaving city; at 130 Sixth av
FOR SALE Drop head sewing machine,
good as new, $S; also other furni
ture: selling out. Inquire 1530 Sixth
FOR SALE Choice single comb White
Leghorn cockerels, $2 to $5 each. In
quire Henry Fender i Sons, Tort
'FOR -SALE A six-burner coal range,
with warming oven: nearly new; line
baker; price, $ir,. Call at 1511'.j Third
'avenue; suite 12.
FOR SALE On stove. Iron bed, daven
port, sideboard, dresser, range, china
closet; i)2ii Nineteenth street. Phone
Rock Island 217!I-K.
State of Illinois. Rotk Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, 1913.
"Pearl Plnson vs. Robert Pinson. In
Affidavit of non-residence of the
above named defendant having been
riled In the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice Is there
fore hereby given to the auld non-resident
defendant that the complainant
filed her btll'of complaint In said court,
on the chancery 'side thereof, on the
16th day of August, 19 13, ar.d that
thereupoli a summons Issued out of
said court, wherein said suit Is now
pending, rcturr.ublo on the first Monduy
in the month of January next, as is by
law required.' . ......
Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendant above- named. Robert
Pinson, shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the lirat
day of the next term thereof, to ho
holden at Rock Island, In and for the
said county, on the; first Monday in
January next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the matters
and things therein charged and, suited
will he taken as confessed, and a decree
entered against you according to thu
prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Oct- 13. 1913.
-. Estate of Mary E. Custer, deceased.
The unaersignea having been, ap
pointed administrator of -.Tie estate of
Mary E. Custer, late of the county of
Rock-Inland, state of Illinois. deceaSitU,
hereby gives notice that he will appear
beforu the Hon. benjamin Bell, judge of
the probate court of Rock Island coun-lyt-afthe
probate court-room. In the
city of Roek Island, at tho January
term, on the first Monday In January
next. .at which tlum all persons having
claims against said er-tato are. notified
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All per
sons indebted to said estate ate. re
quested to make immedlatu payment to
Dated 23tn day of Hentember, A.' D.
11J. . J. M. CI' ST EH,
Jackson. Htlrst & Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of Mary- Ellen Hastings, de
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of "the l-irt will and
testament of Mary Ellen Husti nc;, lale
of tne county of Ro k Isluhd. state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby irives nitico
that ho will appear before tho" Hon.
Henjamtn He-It. Judge -of the probate
cvurl of .Ko;k Inland county, at the
f robate court room, in the city of P.O. k
slar.d. at ;he Deccm'n-r . term, on thii
first Monday In Decemlier next, at which'
time all persons having claims aKainwt
said estate are notified and requested to
attend for the purpose of having the
All persons Ind-bf-d to
I ;u 7:
re rt-qui -ted to make Im
mediate payment to thJ undersigned.
Dated second day or October. A. D.
CHARLES NEWTON HASTINGS,
J. F. Witter, attorney.
Running No Ritk.
"What." asks the mnldon aont. "eo-
ing to marrr that Mr. Newwun'f Why.
e i,,,ji, . ,
yOV ,:ard'-T Ud0,t man. Imogcne. .In
Irnd earthing of his family r onte-
cedcr.ts or habits or pffrson.il ilrt-uin-tanes.
"That Is true. Aunt Keturab Bat
you have slways toid me that no wom
an who knows anything about a uinn
t wlil marry him."
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.
It Causes Hardening of the Arteries
and Other Grave Troubles, . O
rhyslclans bare always studied tir
pulse, because It gives valuable Infor
mation concerning the body's condr
tlon of health or disease. But U iU
only recently that they have bejrun ta
use the term "blood pressure" f ro
quently nnd to regard the amount cf
that pressure as of great Importance.
That is because they now have instru
ments for accurately measuring the
pressure, 'which previously they could
only estimate by feeling the pulse.
Blood pressure or the degree of teft
slon of the blood- current within tire
arteries Is chielly significant because
a permanent Increase in It Is qulf
sure to be followed In time by harden
Ins of the arteries nnd by the degener
ation or disease of important organs, ;
especially the kidneys. ".
' The blood pressure is Increased by
a number of causes that Iqcrease the
force of the heart beat or that con
tract the smaller- blood vessels. Any
excitement anger, Joy, fear, "nerrons
ess" raises It temporarily. But that
b of little Importance unless the emo
tion is frequently repeated or unless
the person already has diseased arteries.-
The blood pressure that Is per
manently high Is more serious. That
comes from long continued mental ex
citement, such as worry, business anx
lety or political strife or from the ac
tion of certain poisons that are formed
in the system and not properly ei
creted. - - ' i
. These poisons come from the waste
products of digestion, especially In
large meat eaters. They raise the
blood pressure by causing the smaller
arteries to contract . , '
In small amounts these poisons are
excreted at once, but In persons who
eat large quantities of meat, especially
of beef and mutton poultry and flsu
are less harmful they are sometimes
formed in amounts s large that the
kidneys cap not dispose of them prompt
ly. When this happens, especially If it
occurs In a person who Is under a con
stant mental strain, like the politician,
the financier or the chronic worrier,
there is grave danger of a permanent
ly high blood .pressure nnd. following
that, of hardening of the arteries and
of kidney disease, mental disturbance
or npoplexy. .
If you must worry be a Tegetarlaa;
If yoti must eat meat do so only onco
a day or. better still, crery other day.
Ki.ifl of Flowers.
On th1 score of age nlone the peon
should -command the Interest of a
flower lovers. It hns a history whlcH
began many hundreds of years agoj
The tree peony. Taenia moutan. Is a
native' of -f.'hlnn. ' This -penny, rnot
thSn any other .flower, has bpen th
glory nnd pride of the Chinese for neit
ly IriOtl yenrs nnd has been a subject
for their painters ' nnd a theme tie
their poets. In China for' more thirh
l,0fK) years n record hns been kept f
the percentage of seedlings of this
peony and their characteristics. Its
great -beauty and frngrance made ft
centuries ngo the favorite flower bt
Chlnn's emperors, aud It was ca',lil
Ilwa Wang-i-tlng of flowers. Subur
ban Ufa . ' t ,
, Jus.t Try It. I
; A curiosity In arithmetic Ims recent
ty been worked out by n r.ritish' ifs
tronomer In answer to the ntiestloei.
What Is tlie'hirgest nutrrher thut cftti
be expressed wllh three dlgils? 1 ?
Tha anstVr Is 0" Uhe iilnety-nlntU
fKiwer of p'nc). ' i
The flgure which this represents Is f
Mg that It M nwesiiiie If It wore
printed in full it wutlld flil thirty-three
Toluines of pages each 'of fine ty ift
Tho first twenty -eight llgures nfi
the Ia.t two are N. In bctwet-u tlu-so
nre.3iJ9.i:rK5.070 fiiTircs. i
If you don't believe It try it und
Saturd.iy Evening Post..
The Unknown Quantify.
i ii uet hue win. began tne ra-f l
youth.". - 5
'lois'f. interrupted hi-older mil
wiser companion. "Don't brt that slw
wKl.rcer.alti miytlilnge-Aou -an,nevar
tell w.at a womnn ttlll do." M '
"I!ut," protested the voting man.'"-!
1 was going to Xn-X. that she woiild do jh
"Iionf. repealed the t-lder ef.rnest-
h. "liven that is no safe
J The Original New Zealandcrs. "
, The original New Zealandcrs wer
known as the most ferocious cannibals
.; find the most wa.-itUe suvngcs. The
: were big. gaunt fellows; of Immense
; muscular force and great 'sagacity!
j These savage New JCcalnnders. tbougij
i th'ey r.te their cnomles. Interred the-fr
; own dead, 'and they believed that th
,' third flay, after br.rl.iMb heart sepa
I rated itself from the corpse nnd '
j carried to the clouds i by an nttendani
spirit . , .'. .,.7..- , -J
I AH the sews all the time The Arfus.