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Argus Branch Offices )
Fo: th accommodation o Its patrons
In vsnmis parts of the city. The Argut
I. is established a system of brar.cn-office,
where suhx-riptlons and w:nt ad
vertising niy he received and any In-
lrmat,un left that may pertaiu 10 a;-iy I
department of tne paper, neu or bum- I
ess. it I also planned to hava at racli I
of these branch offices every evening a
Supply of copl-s ol The Argun of ih
c, so (hat any subscriber who may
hae failed under any circumstances to
receive b paper, will ba supplied free
The Argus chain of branch offlrej
Includes the following:
J. J. Klppa ootui. store, .451 Fifth
II. E. Rnwe'i pharmacy, 4111 Four
Schneiders drug store, Twenty-seventh
street. Seventh avenue.
I'lie ir.ejcr's drug s'ore. Eleventh Ve
nn. J-'irtecnm street.
Pauiry'j lum k room. 4u3 Fourth v
hue. Mrs. London" rotlon s'ore. E-rrn'.a
street. Fe'jrteenth avenue.
Hriuibeck a puurmucj, 912 Third ave
nue. Ernest Eberts grocery. 23 Eleventh
Hadort drug etora. Thirtieth atreet
and r :rtu av.i.ue.
College pha-macy. Seventh avenue
ctiil '1 '.irty-eiKntti street.
Olson gto'ciir, j hlri-jcnth avenue end
sterner drun litor'-. corner llfth ave
nue and T"eniy-lhlrd lr.-u
llKur.K I'twu roi. ry. I7i8 Twtn-ty-iih
T. K. K-H'-y i. t'n. i'u(cry, 10-1
KOIl RtT liOI'SES.
Itl.NI Tliree-ro'Mi nirn iKIied
bvara. Inuirv Airs. .Morris,
H u r
J OR KENT -at
luitii 12. :i
-Ki'lil - room
irtii uveiiii. ; i
Fillli a veil tif
nt. .'.i. ln-
Foil KENT - Flve-nuni li"H"e,
s' r and kui . in i,'-:i Tivi lun
imilllre (.11 Twelilll Hlleet.
I-Olt KENT- Modern il-ro"m h..use, on
hill near Ijoiik View car; rent. -J per
month. I'tivnc It'iek lnhmd 214.
FOR RENT .Nov. 1, eeven-room iioiise.
Mttli one a re oi gruiiiiJ; itond cl.ir,
1'iiri.. el.ii.in ii ii J well. Inquire 1Ji;
hevi iileenih strtcL
FOR RENT South Hide of doiihle house
at 7i.ii I'll leent h min i; Hi x roorni-. u ii
modem, imiiily or intuit preferred.
Inguiiu 74s rilttentu vtreei. s
F"R RKNT Eight-rnoTi hOMse and two
ftv ur land; KikM' ntci avenue and
'riiirtv-eighth aireet. Call phone
Rix-k island 5 lie. three riiiK.
Foil RENT Six-room house ucarlvmg
lew park; liiruare. and water; r, u
jioiiaMc. t reiiuble lunlleH. l'hone
K.M-k inland ll't't after 7 p. in., or
any lime Sunuav.
FOR KENT Two-story, five-room
house; a'Mitli link Island, on Cotti'ge
llr'U' avenue, mar Ninth alie.-t;
nt. 113. Apply K. II. Kreis, room Is.
Slate II. ink huiidintf. l'hone Hock In
FOR RKNT Modern stesm loated flat.
inqiur.1 William uak, -i'.'U Finn
V'OR KENT Three-room flat, ith
bath, electric HkM. unil t've het;
tiirnished in' Ilnt honsekeepliir. In
quire l 2i.'m eieveiiiii loiiiu'. or
piu ne Kock Island j7-..
F)R RENT Suite of four rooms, down
sinhs. furnished or tim'uriiisned,
suitable for small family; use of
pl.no. heut, bath, !, in,' IlK-hl.-. and
gjc, rent rcuaoii.ible. i'houe K"e k
FUR KENT siihi;llkovs.
FOR KENT Second Hour of factory
building: at 124 Fouilii avenue, suit
s'.', e lor light liiar.ufa. tuntifc. in iulro
ltus hourih avenue.
FOR KENT Storeroom, with line flat
above, in Ki.d location; rent re isoti
aolr. Call at 210 nal.ty building,
l'hune Rock Island i MS.
StARLK iUflSHAlX Attorneye-a-law.
Office Jc2-20i Safely bunding,
JACKSON. HURST at STAFFORD At-toriteys-at-law.
Office in Ruck Island
National bank building.
WALKER. INGRAM SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on ral estate. Rooms 20V
IflS People a National bank bunding.
WILLIAM M. WAlKKR Attorney;
general law busmee; corporation,
probate and real estate law; ill peo
ples bank buUulng. Phone Kock Is
McENIRY V MeENIRY Attorney s-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make collection. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lyude. baakeis. orhce, jditchrli
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACT! of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate la the county. Fronipt and ac
r urate service st reasonable rates
Rock Island Title at Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
gezeeoey. secretary; .'eO-lloi. second
- Coor. People's National Lank build
ing. Roc island.
Wat WILA BOND YOU Executors', ad
m lC.it raters', guardians', trustees, or
aiiy klad of )udicixU bords: lodges and
si-1rtr oflWrsj city, state, or U. 8,
government omclsis; contractors, po
sition of trust; In fact, any kind of
botid you wan, texcept bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes Cleave
Isnd. resident maaagera. FldcUty
Lepooit Cuniau Marrbxad.
CONTRACTOR AD BUtDEHS.
CONTRACTORS ' A2tT
UnftetarT t-f fasn. Door. Rllndt
and Stairs. Jnlerior finish of all kind
Hardwood enter "oorln- and deal
ers la UUa. Ill sxd it! 'ailut
CAN, BOSS BEH SHOWED YOU EXACTLY-WHAT-HE BID!
FOR P.KVT Modern farnlihed
at 17U4 Kifth avenue.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping- rooms
at 21.7 Sixteenth atreet.
FOR RENT Two modern" room a ror
'Ig-ht houBekeepina; at 1107 Fourth
FOR RENT Two well furnlnhed rooms
"ii car line, ali modem conveniences;
140." Seventh avenue.
FOR nK.VT Modrrn furnished rooms
f'r light lioimriceepina-.at 112S Four-t-1
toil RENT Mtlrn furnished rooms
f'T luri.t hu.ekoepingr at 1101 Four
teen U-and-a-haif strceu
FOR TIENT Morlen furnished room
; f"r iiii!ili'mn. at 1 21 Third avenue.
I I'lion- Ko. k Island l'i'S-X.
For RENT One room, tor worklnr
n,an. icird if desired, inquire Z9
FOR RV;,"T M'-O.rn furnished rooms
at 6i4 Forty-third streets rent rea
vunable: near two nr lines.
For RENT Two modern unfurnished
riMjma tcr liitht liouoekeeDinc down
at 4J()j Fifth avenue.
.F(R ItENT Modern larire furnished
rixini wltu two ljeds: $3 a work, ln-yulr4-
2lt.i3 Tulrteenth avenue.
FC'R RENT Modern furnished rooms
, lor IifTht housekeeping; laundry pnv-ii-BC.
lnyiilre 2716 Fifth avenue.
I'Oit RENT Furnished rooms; all mod
ern; with board if deired; UtiR Sec
ond avenue. Phone Hock Inland J4J.
FOR I'.ENT Two modern furnished
ro'ms lor light housekeeping, to cou
ple without children, at all Twenty
FOR RENT Three nleely furnished
i-i-oniH for ilght housekeeping; mod
ern; no chllurin; at 72i Thlrty
I'fiR RKNT Modern furnished rooms.
Iti-iuire 624 I wentv-thlrd street: rnn.
teiueni to nil car lines. Phone Rocltj
FOR KENT Uood rooms, either fur-iiinh-o
or .uuluriiished; reasonable;
good locution, on two tar lines; t24
FOR RENT Two small unfurnished
housekeeping rouins. IV per mouth;
convenient to tar liuee; private fam
ily; 1411 sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished modern room
In private family, with board, U ue
siitu. Inquire al 2 Si' Sixth avenue.
J'lione Rock Iclulul 1282-K.
FOR RENT Model a furnished room
tor gentieman. Apply rial .Nw. i,
lieges. Inquire 27ii Flftu avenue.
I'tione Kock island 1I42-1C.
FOR RENT Tl-.ree large rooms, coin
jihtelv lurnlsned tor light houne
Kceping. heat furnished; use ol laun
dry, iu4i Fourteenth street.
K "R RENT Modern furnished room
lor limit housekeeping, no children,
rates to steady people; use of laun
dry and phone. Inquire lilt Second
FOR RENT A well furnished good
ai.fd room, for gentlemen; hot and
cold lavate-ry; close to car; board con
venient; 24 Seventeenth street,
l'hone Rock Island 11J7-X.
FOR RENT Two large well furnished
rooms, on ground floor, for light
housekeeping ; use of phone, people
ft a.. .ui eh.tiaeter only; 41 Third
avenue. 1 m ne Kock Island 2203.
FOR KENT Fine room;' steam heat, hot
and eoid water, gas aud electric light;
private entrance:, being a large front
room. "Will accommodate one or two
people. Apply mornings or evenings
at i'j'ii Sixth avenue.
Masonic Temple. Eighteenth atreet and
THE STATED MEETING Or TRIO
odge No. 67. A. F. A. will
e held on the first Thursday
each month. Spec ial for work
on ti. M. degree, on Thursday.
( L iO. at 7 p. m.. in Corinthian halL
Isitlng bretnren are cordially invit
ed. By order of L. K. liemeji way.
W . M.; W. &. Pettlt, secretary. .
a &. R.
BFFORD PObJT. S4I, G. A. R.. meets
regularly on the second and fourth
Saturday evenings of each month at
7.30 In Memorial hail at the court
house. W. M. Johnston, commander;
12. H, Buck, adjutant.
WE can get you a tenant for your va.
rant bouse or rooms If you telephone
or sena us a postal as soon as vacant.
We do not charge for this service.
Suruaiertield s. li-U East Second
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coon.
In (ke Cemnty court of Rock Island
county. Illinois. October term, illA. Xa
Attachment, ucmtao, . .
jvew narver atotc Company va, H.
H. on more.
Nolics la berefy give to rou. the
i sai a ri .ix oninorc. last a writ of at
UcUntnl has been Issued out-of the
ofliee ut the clerk of tee count oourt
of eald county of Rock Island, at the
suit of th said w xiarpar Motel com
pany, and against the stat of you, the
..id II. B. Oil more, for o'ghty.aix and
forty oue-hundredlbs doiiars beside
interest, directed to the sheriff of sa4
county to execute, which said writ has
been returned by said sheriff executed
by levying va the north (I feat of th
east 60 feet of lot No. V. in block No. I;
and th north feet of th west
leet of lot Mo. I, la slock No, t, tai th
eld o;i of Stephenson, now Hoc 4 Is
land, in th ouanty of Rocg Island aad
Stat of Illinois.
. Now. unlets yau. the said H. B. GU
more, ahali persocaily be and appear b
for th county court of said sotiaty, ou
the fust day of the next term thereof,
to be hoidaa at Rock Island, la said
county, on th first Monday In th
month of Oc lobar nsxt. give apsclal
ball and plead to said action, Judgment
will b eniarsd against you in favor of
said I lainuT. and th property attach
ed so.d -o atlsfy the sa.-n. with ota.
HENUY B. HI BRARD. Clerk.
Rock island 111. bpL 4 111.
Serh 4b JaArar.au. yUiniiff gltor
THE ROCK ISLAND
WANTED Younjr bov to do office work.
Apply 300 Safety building.
WANTED Tounc man to drive deliv- : W
ery wag-on at H. Tremann'a Rons. I
WANTED Traveler: a befrrhner; sal
ary. 'ommision ana expense money;
liberal orler and agreement. J. E.
JdcBrady A Co.. Chicago. lit
WANTED W want men and boys In
the city and out to learn the barber
trade: can qualify in few weeks for
best positions; wages while learning;
tools given. Write aloler Barber col
lege. Chicago, III.
WANTED Men at once to learn the
barber trade; Jobs always waitlns;
belter wag's than you ran earn with
out trade; tools given; few weeks
rompleies; drop a eard fr particu
lars. .Mo-ler Barbor college, Ciiicvgo,
WANTED Oovcrnmrnt railway mall
clerk, ruutoras-int'inal revenvm "ex
am'' everywhere .soon: s:et prepared
y former C t1. ei-il strvie secretary
examiner; trt-e booklet, a'J; write
now today. I'attrron Civil Ecryicc
Si-liool. Jlochcster, N. V.
WAXTKD Representative; we will pay
you IJ20 to distribute reiigioiid litei
ature in your communll ; 1" days
work; experience not required; mull
.-r woman; opportunity lor promo
tion; spare time may be used. Inter
national Klblc Press, 1M12 Arch street,
WANTED Salesmen making small
towns, whole time or sido line, should
carry oiir f ast-sclling pocket side
line; special :ules plan a Mowing - re
turn ui unsold goods; makes ijuiek. I
easy sales; 4 ciimmi.i"n on each or
der; something entirely Mew; write
for outfit today. Canh hl Manufactui -"
Ing company, I')8 Sigel Htreet, Ciii-
ca go, I IE
WANTED For V. 8. army; ablo-bodied
unmarried men between ag.'K ol' Is
'ar.d 35; clUsen.i of I iiltert States, or
good character and temperate habit?,
who can speak, read and write tne
English language. For information,
apply to recruiting orilcer. Second an!
Brady street, Davenport; 219 South
Third street. Cedar P.apids: Sixth and
Main streetr, Oubuqae; State Banl;
building. Rock Island.
' WASHED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A girl to d( second work;
110 Second avenue.
WANTED Girl or
woman to do gen
at 1)29 Fifteenth
WANTED Reliable girl to assist with
general housework, guoU wages. In
quire S( Seventeenth street.
WANTED Girl to di housework: must
be good cook; at 71.1 T wetitv-secoiid
afreet. Phone Kock Island 1023-Y.
WANTED A nice, clean girl; some ex
perience as second giri; 643 Thirtv
nlnlh street, i'houe Kock Island 17i8.
WANTED Woman wanting good, home
In country, in family if two; no larm
hands. Mis. Ridmour, Cambridge, in.
WANTED Experienced lady book
keeper and oashler. . Apply at once.
Jcrfm Gateiy company, 2u'j Twentieth
WANTED Position as housekeeper or
taking ca,e of invalid: can furnish
A 1 referencou. Address "C. IL S.,"
cure of The Aigus.
WANTED Ladies to make bow ties;
10 weekly; send rtamped reply en
velope for particulars. Neckwear
Shop, Plainvllle. Conn.
WANTED tVomcn to do plain sewing
at hom for a large Philadelphia
firm; g.d money and steady work;
no canvassing; send reply envelope
for prlciis paid. I'nl versa i company.
Desk A. Walnut street, Philadelphia.
WANTED La lies, to make shields at
hbme; 2o per loo; ordinary plain
sewing; can make four an hour; ma
terial furnished: work sent prepaid;
send stamped addressed envelope for
particulars Paragon Supply com
pany, K 334 Myrtle avenue, Kansa
WANTED MALE AND FEMALE.
WANTED Local representative to sell
direct to consumer by manufacturer
of highest grade guaranteed hosiery.
Write at once. Grange Mills. Fourth
and Grange avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In th Circuit Court, l.lX.
Pearl Pinson ra. Robert I lasoa.
Affidavit of non-residence of the
above named defendant, having been
Sled In the clerk's office of the circuit ;
court of said county, notice is there, '
for hereby given to the said noa-reet- j
dent defendant that the complainant
pled her bill of complaint In said court 1
on the chancery side thereof, on the'
lth day of August. 11J. and that'
tnersupon a summons Issued out of 1
said court, wherein said suit 1s now!
pending, returnable on th first Monday
In the month of January next, as 1 by'
law required. 1
Now, unless you. th said non-rest-1
dent defendant above iimtil On..- 1
Pinson. shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the first
day of the next terra thereof, to be
Uu.uch m I anU lor the I
said county, on the first Monday in
January next, and plead, answer or de- I
tnur to th said complainant's bill of!
complaint, th same and the matters
and things therein charged ar.d stated :
will b taken as confessed, and a decree
entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill
GEORGE W. GAMBLE Clerk, i
Rock Island. Ill, Oct. Ii. 191. I
Estate of Ruth Young Farthing, d- '
The undersigned having been ap
pelated executrix of the last wiil and
testament of Keth Young Farthing 1
late of th county of Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that she wi;i appear before ti e '
Hon. Benjamla Bi Judge of the rro-:
bate court sf Rock Inland count v. at.
th probata court room. n the t-lty f ,
Kock Island, at the Januarv term, en ,
the first Monday In January next, at !
which llrrre a.l persons having lia-ims1
against said estat are notified and re
quesind to attend for the purpose of
bavin the same adjusted. All persons
Indebted to said eatatn are requested
fo snU immediate payment to tne un
dersigned. PcUd IJlh. lay ef . October. A. D.
113. MARY E. Y ;.(,.
Ecirivtr V Set river, attorceya,
WANTED Pay work, washing prefer
red: 101 S Fourth avenue.
CD To buy, displav table for
-oods store. Phone Rock Island
WANTED Bundle and basket washing.
Address 2S13 Sixth avenue. Rock Is
land. WANTED To do hotusecleaning by the
day. Inquire 745 Fourteenth-and-a-half
WANTED Lace curtains to launder at
144K Fourteenth street. Mrs. Luella
FOR SALE On"! tabic, two iron couch
ed, and gas stove. Inquire 737 Four
teen in-and-a-hcif street.
WANTED To buy (urniture. ytovos;
will pay best price. Call Kniff. ilo
line Vi!; 1620 Third avenue. Ali-iim.
WANlcO ashing and Ironing, to
take home, itulli Lewis, 22") Fourth
avenue, in. the. rear. I'honu liucK Is
WANTED F.undlo and family wash
insrs; will call for and deliver fiam'
t';ul or address 729 Fourleentii-and-a.
WANTED Housecleaning and washinsr.
Send postal with telephone and house
number, airs. A. juueucr, 'oln uweu-
ty-setond street. .
WANTED Watches and clocks to? re
pun ; work railed for and delivered. J.
K. Syrctt. I'iione Rock Island lli'J-K.
Inquire H9 Kifteeiilli street.
WANTED Ynti to be a detective: earn
Jl.'oJ to $3"0 per month; travel over
the world; iiamp. tor particulars.
National Detective Aychcy, Dept. O
4S. Chicago, 111.
WANTED Furnace, and chimney clean
ing; wil - also repair chimneys, at rea
sonable prices: tood work guaran
teed. Inquire G. W. Rind, 42o Ninth
slrtet, or phone Rock Jsla.id 1053 .
WANTED To rent, by family of three
adults, three unfurnished ror.-ms ' or
Mliall house in Kock Island; no heat
required; rent mut be reasonable.
AdUiens "'A. f-o," care o-f The Argun.
WANTED Situation by practical nurse;
confinement cases preferred. Call at
12''ii CIcnhursL court. l'hone Kock
Islund 1157-Y. . -
WANTED Work on farm by the year
by experienced man with family;
must have house furnished. Inquire
B. Vansickle, 518 Sixth street, city.
WAN TEH AGENTS-
WANTED Agents with EOme experi
ence In tlie portrait line. Appiy Id.
V. infield, Mew Harper, bttweeu 7 aud
t p. m.
WANTED Agents to sell lubricating
oils, belts, hose, paint, varnish, to
factories, mills, threshers, farmers,
creameries, garages, auto owners,
stores, outside large cities. Ohio Oil
& Ureas..- company, Cleveland, Ohio.
ULTTONS, PI. EATINGS, PENNANTS,
KNIFE Pleatings, 2o yard up; accord-
eon pleatlngs, 4c yard up. Buttons
covered lroia scra.ua of goods, loc
dozen up: ail si zes, styles r,nd colored
Ivory rims. ieit pennants, . pillow
covers, etc. - iiutcon ncies made
Piriki.ig. soong;ng. dress forms, etc.
Davenport Pleating, Button & Novel
ty company. 230 South Putnam builti
inc. Davenport. Phone Davenport 733.
Sena lor circulars.
PVPEKFH OUS HAIR.
SUPERFLUOUS hair and mole.v on face
and arms permanently removed with
one to six needles. Address V'ss A. M.
KTttredge, Flat 1. Argyle Flats. Brady
street, Davenport.' l'hone Davenport
bicycles; AND 3IOTORCYTI.ES.
etc.; cut prices; ,33 Flying Merkle
bicycles at wholesale price, J2: (or
ange and blue enameled; 208-210
East Third streeL Davenport.
HENRY GAETHJE, proprietor- Chlp
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store. 1607
Second avenue, l'hone Rock Island
We Don't Sell
Coal, Potatoes or
But we are ready to loan you
the money to buy them.
Y'oa can borrow the amount you
reed to get your winter supplies
by giving us a lien on your furni
ture, piano, team. etc. Nothing
l'ou have the use of all the
money at -once and return if In
small weekly, monthly or quar
terly payments, as you get it.
Nothing to worry about If yon
get sick or out of work. We'il
carry your payment over without
, extra cost.
Something else you'll like a
complete, easily understood copy
of your- contract
Figure up hew much you need
to fix you up for winter. Thea
s'-nd f'Jr oue of our agents. He'll
explain our plan to you fully and
This blank filled In sort mailed
to us will bring l.lm to your
We make private loans and
keep them that way.
'Sri'JZifcj Less C.
llHi Brady St, Davenport. Iowa.
Over I. & I. passer.gr station.
Phone Davenport 1425.
NOVEMBER 1, 1913.
FOR SALE A seven-room house, also
nine-room house, at Forty-second
street and Sixth avenue.. Rock Island:
lot 60x100 feet. Inquire 4201 Sixth
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, modern
seven-room house, on block from
Long View park; excellent lot and
location. Address "F. M.," care of
FOR SALE Seven-room modern house,
almost new: this Is a very nice prop
erty on Forfv-third street. Rock Is
land. R. P. Woodburn. rooms 10 and
11, Chase building;. Molinc.
FOR SALE At a bargain, lot on Four
teenth street between Eleventh and
Twelfth avenues, on paved street,
three blocks from street car. butcher,
grocery and drug store Phone Kock
FOR SALE Lota in J. G. Schuermann's
Sixth addition, from Fifth to Seventh
street and Fourteenth avenue to
Eighteenth avenue: payments, S3
down. Sj per month . Inquire 1700
Sixth street. Phone Rock Island 1786.
FOR SALE Lots irl South Heights,
south ot Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets: on
euy terms;. f.2ii down, balance in five
years. tu. . itooinson, Koi Kicn
rnoud street. Phono Rock Island
FOR SALE Modern nine-room house,
74S Twenty-third street; very low
ligure; also the newly remodeled dou
ble house at 749 Twenty-third street.
at a price that will net 7 ti per cent
on tne investment, leaving a margin
for future repairs. Oeorgo F. Roth.
FOR SALE Modern property, in good
loca tic-a: terms right; a bargain if
taken at once; will trade for good
building lots or good automobile; a
lirst class proposition. Phono Rock
Island 205G. Office hours. 2 to 4 p.
in., Wednesday aud Saturday even
ings. Sater Ac Viner. 211 People's Na
tional Bank building.
FOR SALE LANDS.
FOR SALE Well improved 120-acre
larm; six miles wost ot Aiiaaiusia.
For particulars, see F. J. Schave, the
owner, on the place.
FOR SALE 69-acre farm, well Im
proved; new eight-room house, good
well, all buj dings in good condi
tion; located vhrec miles southwest of
Milan on Kidgewood road. J. M.
Scarr, route 2, Milan.
IF YOU WANT to buy. aelL trada 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 nil alike, cash
jo auyunee; two-cent stamBM will do,
evening Saturday aiall atid
.jLAsuwi iujnb kAUu Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M
Walker, lawyer. 111 People's Bank
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
Probate Court of Rock Island Coun
ty. To the December Term. A. D. 1913.
Cornelius Donovan, executor of the
last will and testament of John Hol
dorfT, deceased, vs. William Holdorff,
Julia Jacobson, Margaret 'i'heus, -Bertha
Thetis, Christy Ho-ldorfr. Hannah
Jones, Harry Holdorff. Margaret Hol
dorff, Rernlce Holdorff, Mary Keggle
ruge, Minnie Holdorff, and Sarah Hol
dorff. Petition to sell real estate to pay
Affidavit of the non-residence of
Christy Holdcrff, one of the defendants
above named, havme- been filed In the
office of the clerk of the probate court
of Rock Island county, notice is hereby
given to the said Christy Holdorff, that
the said petitioner, executor of the last
will and testament of John Holdorff,
deceased, has filed his petition in the
said probate court of Kock Island coun
ty for an order to sell the premises be
longing to the estate of said deceased.
or so much of It as may be needed to
pay the debts of said deeeaeed, and de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
All the following described lot, piece
or parcel of land, situated in South
Rock Island. In the county of Rock Is
land, and state of Illinois, to-wit: That
part ot tne southwest quarter of tli
Southeast quarter of section number
three 3 1, in township number seven
teen 17 1. north of range number two
(2), west of the fourth (4) principal
meridian, and described as follows, to
wit: Commencing at th one-eighth
section line eight S chains south of
the northeast corner of the southwest
quarter of the southeast quarter of said
section; thence running west four (4)
chains and seventy-nine (79 hun
dredths of a chain; thence sonith eight
8 chains and thirty-six (36) links;
thence east four (2 chains and seventy-nines
1 7 links to said eighth sec
tion line: thence north eight H) chains
and thirty-six (26) links to the place of
beginning, containing four (4) acres,
more or less, and known as lot number
ten (10) of said section: and tiiat a
summons has been issued out of said
court against you. returnable at the
December term, A. D. 1913. of said
court .to be holden on the first dav of
December, A. D. 1915. at the court bouse
in RK-k Island, In Rock Island county,
Now. unless you. the said Christy
Holdorff, shall personally be and ap
pear before the said probate court of
Rock Island county, on the first dsv of
a term thereof, to be holdeii at Rock
Island, In said county, on the first day
nt Iiei-ember. 1913, and plead, answer
or demur to the said complainant's pe
tition filed therein, the same and the
matters and- things therein charged and
stated will he taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you a-jcurding
the prater of said bill.
Ruck Island. III., Oct. 28. 1913.
JOHN E. FLEMING. Clerk.
M'-Emiry & McEnlry. complainant's
N4lec sf Flaat Seltiesaraf.
Estate of Ernst Leffler. deceased.
- Public notice U hereby given that the
undersigned, Albert Huber. executor of
the will of Ernst Leffler, deceased, has
tins day niea Ms nnal report aud settle
ment as such in the probate court of
K'x K isiana county, and hearing on
said report has been set tor Nov. 12,
I 1913, al 10 o'clock a. Da., at which time
persor, interested may appear and
j make obJ--ticns thereto, and if no ob
! lections are filed, bI; report will lie
, approved at mat time, and the under
! signed will ask for an order of dlatrt
t buiion. and wiil also ask to be uis-
Rock Island. F.1-. Oct. 20. I9i.
1 ALRT liLBEK. Executor.
Drawn for' this paper By
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS,
TOR'sTLELathY call EckTslsind
FOR SALE Pullets. 30c to 75c each. I
S36 Webb street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Show rases and fixtures;
118 Eighteenth street. Rock island.
FOR SALE Two counters, three show
cases. Inquire 4100 Fourteenth ave
nue. FOR SALE Gray horse; also buggy:
at 121 Second avenue. Phone Rock
FOR SALE One hard coal burner In
first class condition. Inquire 715
FOR SALE Ayrdale terrier, five months
eld, eligible to register. R. II. base
man. Preemption, IH.
FOR SALE: J150 buys a smalt automo
bile, good as new; party leaving city.
Inquire 1812 Fourth avenue.
FOR SAI.E An A No. 1 heating stove,
size 20, in good condition. Apply 1410
Fif th-r.nd-a-half avenue, city.
FOR SALE Two pianos. J150 and 1100;
terms. People's Loan company,
Lane building, Davenport, Iowa.
FOR SALE Drop head sewing machine,
good as new, IS; also other furni
ture; selling out. Inquire 1530 Sixth
FOR SALE Choice single comb White
Leghorn cockerels, $2 to to each. In
quire Henry Fender & Sons, Port
FOR SALE Very cheap, boy's bicycle
and double barrel breech loading shot
gun; 2226 Fourth avenue. l'hone
Kock Island 14&8-K.
FOR SALE: Two beds, with spring and
mattresses; gas stove, washing ma
chine, and rug 9x12: leaving town.
Phone Rock Island 2474.
FOR SALE Jewel gas stove, almost
new; a. junior tourist go-cart with
auto- top; a morris chair, a large
shade and 10 small, a plate rack, a
folding screen; at 907 Fourteenth av
enue. FOR SALE Coon hounds and varmint
dogs; thoroughly trained; free trial;
100-page, catalogue and treatise on
night hunting. illustrated, cloth
bound. 20 cents. southern Farm
Coonhound Kennels, Selmer, Tenn.
FOR SALE Cheap, almost new steel
range (cook stove), water power
washing machine, ironing mangier
(family size). Singer sewing machine,
golden oak folding bed. bicycle, dou
ble barrel breech loading shot gun,
oo-gallon gasoline . tank, iron bed
springs, kitchen cabinet, leather
couch; 2226 Fourth avenue. Phone
Rock Islnd 145S-K.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A bunch of keys, between
Klockau garage and 'i htrty-nrth
street. Rock Island, l'hone Kock Is
land 186. Reward.
FOUND An ear trumpet, on Fifteenth
street, near court house, owner can
have same by calling at The Argus
office and paying lor ad.
LOST Wednesday evening, probably
on Second avenue between Eighteenth
and Nineteenth streets, or on Elm
street car line, a string of amber
beads. Notlfv Rock Island 1235-X. or
The Argus office. Reward.
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eln
arson, graduated Swedish masseuse,
gives treatment in private homes and
at office by appointment. Phone Rock
Island 2138. Office, 615 Seventeenth
MADAME MAZELLA tells past, present
and ruture; ali Harrison street, 1 dav
CARL KUGHI, Justice of the Peace;
1609 Third avenue. Rock Island. 111.
Stat of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the County Court of Rock Island
County, Illinois. October term, 1913.
Q, S. Johnson Company vs. Ernst
Pilat. In Attachment. Demand,337.57.
Notice Is hereby given to you, the said
Ernst Pilat, that a writ of attachment
bas been sued out of the office of the
clerk of the county court of said county
of Kock Island, at the suit of the said
G. S. Johnson company, and against the
estate of you, the said Ernst pilat. for
three hundred and thirty-seven dollars
and fifty-seven cents, besides interest,
directed to the sheriff ot said county to
Now, unless you. the said Ernst Pilat,
shall personally be and appear before
th county court of said county, on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island, in said county,
on th 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 the said plain
tiff, and the property attached sold to
satisfy the same- with costs.
H. B. HUBBARD. Clerk.
Rock Island. III.. Sent. 2. 1913.
Albert Huber, plaintiff s attorney.
Public executions in Purls prove
rerr profitable to tbe owners of bouse
commandiiis tbe scene. Windows are
let out for tbe occasion, tbe landlords!
watching for tbe first sign of tbe exe- j
cutton and tben et once sending word
to tbe peccons who bare hired the
room. If an ordinary criminal is exe
cuted the charge Is usually about $(
per seat, but should tbe offender bare
committed any remarkable crime the
price runs up to as much as $30. -
"Mr. Meekton says bis wife is com-,
peter. t to hold any efflce in tbe govern
ment ' "That opinion." replied Miss Cay
enne, -is the result of his Tanity. He
thinks that because she van goTern
bini she must be able to govern tbe en
tire nation." Washington Star.
But can't find a match.
So I guess we will loan
or rent it all out.
You sav what will we
loan it on? Anything or
that has a
makes loans on
Pianos and storage
Live stock, buggies,
Salaries and real es
Choice guns, type-
Sewing machines and
high grade tools.
Diamonds, w ate hes
and jewelry our great
Listen, no embarrass
ment but a beautiful col
lateral bank. To do bus-
incss with us is a pleas
ant and private matter
which everybody knows
for all these last thirty
years. Don't forget the
celebrated Cut Rate
LOAN" CO., has the old
phone, yes, the old slow
o 1 7
IMeasc call, write,
phone, wire or whisper -
to us, we don't care
which so we satisfy you ;:,
and get your business.
Shonny Shones & Son- ?
16192 d Ave. 3