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EE.'- eu (bivEVwH I JITh THAT FKixTEe: Of5 I Arpus Branch Officei r or the ec omnioJauon of Its patron. . In n-l, part, of tn city. 'Jh, Argus e .-:abllhej ft svlem of brnncli of-' flees where ubin iplions and wtnt ad- 1 .r'ising nmy h. ir..vd and aay In- format:..-, left th-.l r.av pertain t,i ny tI nni' r.t of ti c imi i-r, nrwi or bual I' I I a an pnii!i.-d To have at each .f H:-Kf brand. o:t'ci- "Ver evening a " f.ly t:t copies i,t 11. Ari(j of the uav " tnat atiy subscriber who may liave fillM under ai.y .Ircumstances to li-. in h:s paper will be supplied fre. if -1 arge. The Arru' cpeln of branch nffl-es Ine'iid. t e following: J J. Kipps not'. store. 45( Fifth aver, : li E Rowe's pnarmacy. 4111 Four tee r . nvi rntf P. i-iss" d-ug store Twenty-seventh i aire, -t P'UTiiii avr.re. ' 1 Tern-y-r'ii l- i ator. Elwrenth ftT Dur. I'tfti-"th Nrt (i-or' W V.;,huu, cinfertlonr j. J 'urth itviftu-. Mr. Iynil'M,'.. nfi.t"n Htora. Brveutr. air". J"i ir-Mih uvrli'id. Krlmberk'a Mirir.-. 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TAILUiUAQ LEARN I'ractUAJ iJi jsniakmr antj Ladles' Tailorina- and be li.de pendent tuil tlf-uprrti'ir We lean oa to rut. fit, design and n-ake you nm'n ,-oi viiiir ow?-. ii-. at .rn is t-o. ii.im f ir.-ia-t-pti wnen comfelent. If : Gnt'lrwl O H. lirabbr. lulica' Talioi ana iirfiimaSfr South Putnuni bu!l5- ! lug. Liavenport- phone North 111 i Es'.sM'.SlKd ii: I PKOFKSSIOAl. ATTORNEYS. JACKSUN. Ht'KST fTAFEOKJJ Ai torre s-at-la w Of. o in Ku.k Island Natloral bank buidmg FEA1.LE. A MARSHALL Ijiwyere. , Money to loai. in gcHl real estate security. Locus 5 . and Sut &a.icty bulletin. kKk Island, lii. W1LLIa: M. WAIJCKR Attorney; j general luw but.nw. ccrpcratloo, j pmb.te a -.d real f:at law. SH peo- ! pies bank bulld.ng Phone west 24$. : WALKER. INC RAM A 6WEjNET At- J toroeys and co.ireHor at law. Morey ' to loan on real'estatc Rooms 20t- : lul. Pccpte's National b-.-.k bo U'.'.i-g. M'ENIKT A M ENTRY A tiorney s-at- j law Loan money o:, gcd ec in!y; j mut collections Keierences ;i!tcif .l A Lynt e. bankers (Ji-e. Al;U;.cll A L-nde SulUiti. I i J1 IS . EVIDENTLY HAS Foe Five. KoPtKa It". OO rV9T ftM FOR RE'WT ROOMS. FO K RENT i.irht housekeeping rooms ut 2i T H!xtt.th street. , .7 r' u"'"'tl,'r' imished roomi for light g at 3"7 Third street. pr,n tjp-s. , f to. la'i" """" at " furnlsfted room. Fifteenth atratt. yH I:t:VT .M.d.rn furnished r"om, i'U ,..arri if .paired, at 2S"2 Sixth Kf'Tt P.nXT- I.r(? modtrn furniahad ro'i'r; a' 1 1 2 j Sfor.d avenue. Phone ii"?. , Modtrn furnlsbad room, ':. :..ily iutrfU-O. Inquire 11:10 Sec- r t nvcr.'ie F' ! I. i":VT Modern furniiihod room. f"i- v-: ' -fnri. Aj.py Flat 1, 2016H 1 i:v-nue. p. i; - N-wiy furrlnhed ligrht (in roon.a. wltli h-Rt, 2S21 li .H RK'"r - NI'Slv furnished front : "un, w l'h all modern convrnienees. t -L''-i' S lh av-r.ue. I I K HEXT-Two iartly modern fur t 1-t r"0"i fur ,ir(. house kee; n(( ' T w"ii t y -s!xt ti srreet. FM"VT (if.e neatly furnished mnd- rn i -o'i.. rei.t tl-i a wek. Phone i''i J7-T; to3 S cond avenue. Ff'H RENT Modern furnisned room. ( ti:ta .: f'.r one or two; furnace heat, ' .iti. ht:d rh'"ie; at 1184 Third ave- ti liKNT NT-.dern furnished room at 121 Sixtweiiitn -ireit., at nirth en i.nc lfim View park. Phono west :-l : ' H F'.FN'T I.Hrge modtin furnished . :-.' I'--iii, unv vi iiii ana onone, i i i s ' - ,iu.iy, m iii .lneternill sf. J""tt KENT Furnished room, with mr.i in rlvae family, at 222b lout'iri ax-euuf. Modern conveni- t li s. t ' ih K.NT Modern furnished front lu'o.n. ffntrally lor-uted, use of phone: ' 1 7 " 2 Fifth RVenue. I'huiio west : j K. ! K RENT -- i Kl ' I." ;s'ki' ii ...in. 1 1;..;-v r Ar'.s Two in'-dern moms for pii K. 'fn'rally l ated. oi addri'ss "M.." care RENT Two modern furnished :..oi.ih : i!pit l.oiit-keepina;, to cou l'l.' v-1'i..nit i'ii ildi en, at MS Twenly- - '"'inifoitalile all modern ."in. tri.iktdst if deslr-niy-sei-iird fireet. phone 'I r Tin : x ii . 4' Tv.-.i or thref ni'-.-lv tur-i-.y u th k.is. suitable for k'ipii.g, at D4t Twetit'.'- i Th o ni.'.'ly furnished all lis f"l ll.-i.t holls.-keep- '1 --i.i ---ecind ftrei-t. 4. ; x Tv-o or threo r.eatl fur .ii fr 1 srhl lioif kfi-pirg; il''. ""i Seeond avenue 1 : 7 4 V . v. . 1 . l KEN i . .. For or.e mOT'Th, two I ii-oii-'i! :'..!'. f -.iri.ished for, i-.li. M.l t 1 I.. .. It e 1 4 1 f. I. -I .iv.-n :e rt. n v. est 2c27. , j l't'V. I: EN"!' A well furnished front I . -,. .-:.-r!f liah:. l ot and cold wa- j i . t ry in lu re; l ot water heat- , : '" t .it : l.nant mtos the street: i .; sr vt-.t-rnth street Phone 1 ls7-X. U AM EIJ M1SI KI I.ASEOri WANT1'!. I ..ii r curtail, s laundered at ' ' '. Ttai.ity-f.1tn sireet. 1'iione west I : 1 K j ANTED A position us housekeeper, r iveili t.v tl,.- we.'k. Inquire at .12 i : i .'"! -1 i.vt ii-.c. WW I EI' To buy scc.rrd hand house ' "i.l -o 'tis fa.r prn .. S. J. Baker, V : . i i 'u'l i lift 1 i! S . N '.I'll S' .'il.i ri"-m flbo-.t b" respoTislt.li. v Ailu re.-s j 4 :, x : parn ; R.. ' ..IK" A rk Y ANTE M.me, ilnt.1 to 1'sin on real es i.f Willtarr. S-n'.ar-aml H.suiauce. 1714 tj WANT ED To buy. furniture and ! will puy the hinheat price for n-'oii h.ird K'-ods. Call Kniff dt l'.- itei. Moline Phone east 751. 1 '.'N'TKD A; ii'. IS. two or t'-.ree un ' .i - : -i.i .! r.. -re. 3. on jriound floor, by ii . i :-.hi ii. ri. must be in walking C s"...i . t business center. Address ' H i c.iro Arii'J'- WANTED Two or three unfurnished i". "!.! oil e,r!it flo"r in steam healed r. -,-e for i'g.'.t houseki epirg. by I. ;:- ss won.ftn. good. permanent t.-.'.ajit. references. 1. 4." care Ar- WANTED M. kinds of repair work I 1 .nidi: ti ijet my prices before '.!. a vo ir ..rk fail at 2:10 Fifth-ai-il-a hair aei.ue. or piume meet 2412 between 7 and i p m. Call for A J. Ujr.il'rr.in WAVI EJ Middle aged couple, to room ar.d board iman to do housew.-tk in I'l-knnf for sa r.e or midJ aged woman io d- housewcrk. Apply Sher n an house. Seventeenth k'.rrf t and Third avcr.ue. 'A ANT..' o show vou free of charae h-w iry Durttey pneumatic sweeper Traces housework a pleasure. One iifrk free tr.a.1 Iv addressing J. .'emelnr-.d. ?Cs Twi nty-Jif end street- Pr-.i r e - i 47-X. WANTED To rent, an e'ght-rooai mod ern house containing bath, living room. bia. k ai.d f t c r. t ta.r. aAd located r.ear car line, preferaoiy the Long View locp S. nd location, description and price to "C. vj. D.." care Argus. WANTF.I Every housekeeper to try tr.e v,ry .at.-st in vacum couriers ti." F.c.in ! a '. ery powerful tr.ree Dr.om machine, guaranteed to take out a 1 dii and make vour rugs clean ano sar.itery: ::'. Manama :s built with or without tre br-.:3n attach- , ner.l. rr.cei. IS 7; and ill 50: easv' payir.t i.is . pos;4i iard w.!l bring 1 A'rdn!: u" pf ehar'- , . FLORISTS ' .Crrr ' Ah-IHJS PrODNetOr Ch'n. , HENRT t,.nr.uc. ouiitrv. i-'ii nowers and des gr.s of a.1 inds City store, 1(67 beco&d avenue. Pact. 1110. 1 ll" '.I i I 1 &LRir,Hr C.D (II 1 THE ROCK ISLAND THE NOTION THAT WiTTED MALE HELP. WANTED Plumber: apply Illinois Oil company. HIT Second avenue, up stairs. WANTED Tonne man to work on truck farm. Inquire Fred Caaao; South Rock Ia'.ani WASTED Steamflttera, by Corn Prod ucts Refining company at Pekln, I1L: men who can read drawing-: trans portation refunded; union wages. WANTED Forem&n. for a sash, blind, solid and veneored door factory: a permanent position for the rlg-ht man: answer at once with reference. Address "G." cars Argus. TV ATTED FEMALE imp. WANTEID Olrl to do g-eneral house work at 11 Sixteenth street WANTED A nurse grlrl. for child t es.rs old. Phone west 1 SI9. WANTED Competent proofreader; ap ply at Argrus editorial rooms. WANTED T"mpetent lrl to do iren ersl housework; cood wages. Phone west 4;5 WANTEJ Competent srirl to do house .rk at Tfcrbury's dye works, I1"S Third avenue. WANTED A srirl to assist with sjenere.! housework. Inquire 1700 Twenty second street. WANTED A g-lrl to do jreneral house work. Phone we-'t 27. or Inquire at St. Anthonys hospjtai. WANTED Olrl to do general house work. Inquire 17u4 T wt-niy-se;ond ftreel. or plune west J46S-K. WANTED Y WK elrl to rare for l!t trs old. Arplv Mrs. F. Tk bov 7 veH Keimers, $14 Second aenue. WANTED A competent girl as working- housekeeper; small family, ar'xid wagre. I.'all Sunday at Mm. Lln dorff's. SI Twentletii street. WANTED Woman to do a-enera house work at !2 Thirtieth street. Rock island Phur.e west fcr.6-1.. -a!l dur ing noon hours or from fi to 1 p. m. WANTED fiirl to do general house work in family of three grown per-su-ns: good wages; no washing Ap ply lu4j Nineteenth street. Phone west PH7. LODGE DIRECTORY. Maaontc. THE STATED MEETING OF TRIO lodge No. r7. A F. & A. 41.. is held on the flrt Thursdav of each month. Special for work n F. C. decree, Thursdav. March 27. t .SO p. m. Lretnren are cordially lnvltexi. By ord- r "I L. E Hemetiway. W. M ; W. li. Pettlt, secretary. ! BI KOKI) POST, 243. Q. A R . meets regularly on the second and fourth Saturday evenings of each month at 7 30 In Memorial hall at the court house. W. M. Johnston, commander; E. H. Buck, adjutant. LOST AKO FOL'ND. FOIND Yellow Scotch collie dug. Call and identify at 710 Second ave nue. KOI Nil A launcn. June ll.; can ne io. rated by inquirinK at Argus ofT.'-earul t aylnif for ad. -- LOST A liunch of keys, with chain valuable only to owner. Itet irn to Argus, reward. LOST Saturday, a brlndle hilldor: short tail, short ears, litieral reward for return to T.31 Tff.'r.l :etii street iii - sT rorkethook. containititt rhangi itiid rec.'ipts vaiusMe una- . owner. t nrulmhlv in t.oslne.s dls'rle. or on Fo-urth bVftiiuc car Notify Argus of fice. i LOST Between Rock Island Wood works and 71S Twelfth avenue, a g"ld ptn with b'.ack set rcn'ainine peai'i Rewsrd for return to 715 Twelfth rt enue. IXSIRASCE. PLEASANT F. COX Keal estate and Insurance. Loans a spec.alty. Best fire companies represented, four pa- I tror.age solicited Phones west 22. I and new 6172. Office at courthouse. w E WILL JKD TOL-Executors . ad- mlnistratcri . guardians'. trustees' or any kind of Judicial bonds, lodges and society officers; city, state or U. 8. government officials; co-t. tractors, positions of trust; In fact, any kind of bond you want (except oall bonds). Terms reasonable Hayes & Cieave land. resident managers. Fidelity & Deposit company of Maryland. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. AJblrfTRACTS oftltle rTrTpVrrdor" 'corT tinued to date covering any real es tate In the county, prompt and ac curate service at reasonable ratea Rock IslboU Title A Abstract corn racy: J. J. Ingram, president; W. J tweer.ey. secretary: 200-2". second floor. People's National bank build ing. Rock Island. HPKRiaiOH HAIR. SUPERFLUOUS hair and moles on face ! and arms permanently removed with one to six nedlea Address M.s j A M Klttredse. Flat 1. Argyle Flats Brady street. Davenimrt. Old phon-e 3135. CARDS OF THANKS. WE desire to thank'-the klrid friends and neighbors who assisted us lu our hour of r.ed ar,d r.erea vercent. the death of our dar daughter and s s ter. Martha- Mrs Emma Murphy ard family FIRE IXSrRAXCK. 128 Eighteenth Street. fThe Best Is tha Cheapest) FIRE INSURANCE. ESTABLISHED 1S74 American Ir.s. Co Newark S3 llrri.'co..0":::; ; if - armara ln. la v-i. r- . City cf New York ins Co New Ycrk Rtl ar.ce Fire Ins. Co Ph.ladei-hii Boston Its. Co Ua:r..ie;i, Ir. Co ftt of littnnl. P.l fr.,j t i Connecticut Fir. Ins Co. ... Connecticut Mutual Llf. Ins. Co New Jera..' I Mutuai BaneSt Lifs IsaCo. . N.w Jtrsc 3 f?l 1 rl 4?v fc45h l " : ! i 1 . ARGUS, WhDXthDAi', MARCH liiia. HE IS A ONE-PUNCH PUG ! FOR SALECITY PROPERTY. FOii SALE Eight-room house, modern In every respeot; corner lot. 90x120 feet. Phone evenings west 1011. FOR 6AL.EJ Twelve lots on EUrhteenth avenue, between Thirty-first and Thirty-second streets. Inquire 1701 Thir tieth street. FOR SAI-E Seven-room modern boose: a bargain if taken at once; party leaving olty: S41 Twenty-fourth street. Phone west 1780-K. FOR CALK Oood bulldlnc lot In Lin coln sourt; faclnsT Seventeenth street; 120 fet deep. 46 feet trout. t feet mldalc. T (est rear. Phone West 777-U FOR BALK Lots in kchnusmsnn's fifth adultioo. Ssveeth street and Fifteenth avenue; payment It per month. Call 1790 Sixth street. Old pbont west mi FOR SAT.E At a barraln. If taken soon. modern six-room house, 1221 Four teenth sireet. easv payments. At home only evenings and Sundays. Phone west 134. FOR SALE Cheap, grood residence lot In Huford & (juyers addition, corner Tnlrty-slxth street and Sixteenth av en'ie. A'idress B. J. Blecker, gen eral deliery, city. FOR BALE Cheap, a five-room nouse, wltr furnace, gas light, and sewer; large lot. cemtnt walks; one blocK from Long View park; a paying in vestment; owner non-resident. Ad dress "1 M. 60," care Argus. FOR SALE Lota In South Heights, aoutb of Aiken street, between Twelfth end Seventeenth vtreets; on easy terms; 126 down, balance in five years. E. W. Robinson. 1464 Rich mond street Phone west 1K6-K. FOR SALE Lot 126x140 feet and five room house, at Ninth and Brashar streets. South Rock Island ; summer kit. lien, barn, chicken uouse. nnd two wagon shed?, has electric tiht. wa ter, and furnace. Inquire William Kilts, iik-. iS..'Utu Rock Island, phone west 1591-K. r R SALE On Forty-fourth street, soui i or Seventh avenue, a seven-room house, almost new, with furnace, bath, as lilit, and 00-foot front lot; will ! II on easy terms .or will take a lot or autoniohie in part payment. H. K. Walker, Kobinsou building. Rock Is and. FOR SALE Near Twenty-eighth street and south of Seventh avenue, a flve rooni. two-story house,, with never, wat.r and gas; has tront hall and stiili s, and Is in good repair; price, ll.Si.O: terms. ti"'i down, balance monthly. H. K. Walker, Robinson building. Rock Island. 111. FOR SALE The following Rock Island r.j.l estate is for sale ut reasonable price : Two eight-room houses, all modern. Stx-room house, modern. Five-room house, with well and cis tern. Eine seven-room house, all modern. J. WEEUA, 1C11 Twenty-fourth-and-a-half St. j FOR SALE LANDS. EoUSTle Tlr exclianefor cTty T".i etc. one and one-third acres, I villi u"od i'iiHikp, larpe barn, two I "wml; - I sleds and corn crib, on Ninth sir. ft road in South Rock Island; jus' !' place to raise chickens. Jn- i i:"-.- i. 1.. K. Mace at Voolworth's J Ti ,ind l'l cent ftore. ; FOR SALE Apple orchards: do riot buy i an apVle orchard until you have read j t.ur lie;-; age book on that subject I and "Low to Test a Land Invest- nrnt " sent free on application. Hayes ft Hayes; 40 years' experience; ; 2'J" ' eij acres sold without a dollar i loss to any customer; 31 2-313-314 i Safety b Hiding. Hock Island. 111. Publication Notice. I To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned. Ije.iry A. Riermann. guard inn of 7;;i.n.e A. Boiinanii. has filed In the rrtllce of the cieik of the probate court of the county of K ck Island and Lite of I:ii! o;s, his petition to said court, at a regular term thereof, to be h'id at the coir; house in the city of ll'ti-k Island, in said county and state, on the first Ouy of the April term, A. I), lsl", of said court, being the Sev enth day of April. A D. lslj. at which time a:.d place said petition will be l.-ord asking for an order of said court 'directing tne undersigned. as such guar.lian. to sell the following real es ; tate belong. r.K to- said minor, or so : much iiititof as to said court 9hall ; seem to be for the best interest of said minor, s tuated in the county of Rock Is. and and state of Illinois, and de scribed as follows, to-wlt; 'I he east ; forty (40) feet of lot two ii 1, block five iZ). in Wood's second addition tu j th city of Moline: for the support sr.d (education of said minor, and for the ! purpose of investing such of the pro : ceeds of said sale as shall not be im i mediately needed for said support and , d .uaiun, in other real estate, or of . otherwise inverting the same, as the court may d'rect HENRT A BTERMANN. Guardian of Minnie A. Siermiuiii. Dated at Rock Island, Hi., this 4th 1 day cf March. A. D lfcl! j Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys. Kxemtor'e Norte. Estate of Amelia 3 Po-llard dr ceased. The undersigned having been ap pointed exfut.r of tne last will and testament of Amelia S. Poiiard. lale of the county of Rock Island, state of Illi nois, deceased, hereby gives notice tr.at ne will appuar before the Hon Benja min tell, judge o-f the probate court of Kock Island county, at the probate cojrt room, in the city of Rock Island, at tl c J r.e term, on the. rirst Monday in J ine next, f-.t whlcn time all persons hav.-ig: .iaims against said esta'o are r.iif.r'.d and requested to attend for the pcrp. se- oi having the same adjusted. A.l pers -ns indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to t.e "1 c-tsignea '.ed a.y . f March. A D. Iil3. AU'RLTJ H, POIJ.ARD. Executor. Walker lrgram A- Sweeney, attor r.ej s CONTRACTORS ASi) Blll.DF.R3. f 'l V V tr &21 Ciii, & (C, . . . nrmrn . . - CONTP. CTOPS AND Btll-DF.RS. Manufacturers cf aasa. Dcic.rs. Bi'-r-ds and S'airs Jrterlor finish of all kinds Hardwood Vender l ioor'ng and d.al rs tn G.aa 311 and 223 Eigntcentb i Street I I.L7GAL. j -MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Horses, at 318 Twenty second street. FOR SALE Wicker go-eart, with large wicker hood, at 1001 Ninth street. FOR SALE Washing machine, good as new. at 1817 Twenty -fourth street. FOR SALE All kinds of household foods In first class condition, at 1419 welfth street. FOR SALB Five-passenger 4.0-horse power touring- car; 1812 model. Phone west 1624. FOR SALE Oood driving horse, also good set of harness; 604 Dearborn street, South Rock Island. FOR SALB Range, heating- stove, folding bed, divan bed and settee. Inquire 606 Fortieth street. FOR SALE Cheap if tsken before April 1, soda fountain and fixtures. Addrens "E. P.," care Argus. FOR SALE Select Minnesota seed po tatoes. Including Carmen. Round White and Early Ohio. Call west 698. i FOR SALE A good team of horses, I wagon and harness, cheap. Call Sun day at 2716 Eighth-and-a-half ave nue. FOR SALE A cat rack. In first class order and ready for use; a money mak er at county fairs; will sell cheap. Phone west 1717-X. FOR SALE Three-horse power launch. -foot rn boatAnd (2-outice duck) tent 12x14. InqTTire 8u7 Second ave nue, bargain if taken at once. FOR PALE Cheap, household furni ture, including piano; family must move at once. Inquire Christ Car ros. at New Harper hotel kitchen. FOR SALE Launch 25 feet long, with elpht-horse power engine; fully equip ped. Phone west H&4-L after 7 p. m, or address "Hoat," oare Argus. FOR SALE Buff Orpington eggs. $2 for 13. First cockerel, second pullet, Moline poultry show. H. Baker, Twenty-fourth street and Twentletii avenue. FOR SALE Twenty-foot pleasure mo tor boat, in perfect condition; for ward control; automobile top); bar gain. M. T. Vore, 1018 Twenty-second street. FOR SALE A 12-horse power marine motor; complete equipment, first class condition; party who makes me the best offer will get It. Call a!3424 Ninth-and-a-half avenue. Rock Island. FOR SALE Eggs for listening from prize winning RlHck 'rplngton; price. per settinK: also from white OrplnK'on at $2 per setting. A. Bnur deau. Twenty-fourth street and Twen tieth avenue. Phone h92. two rings. FOR SALE White Plymouth cockerels, heavy bone, choice exhibition and util ity stock, line bred from record lay ers and grand winners; I need the room and will glvr yeni some rare bargains; e.ggs for hatching. Phone west 467 or 1B06-L. Dr. O. M. Myers. 1900 Twelfth avenue. LEGAL. Executor's Notice. Estate of Fannie F. Pass, deceased. The undersigned having been ap pointed executor of the lust will and teslMiiifi.t rtf Kunnia 1.' ruu 1,1. . V. .. ! county of Rock Island, slate of Illinois. , deceased, hereby gives notice that he ; will .appear In-fore th Hon. Benjamin ! Hell, judge erf the probate court of Rock j Island county, at the probate court room, in the city of Rock Island, at the May trrtn, on the first Monday In May next, at whi' h time all persons having ' claims against said estate are not i fled and , I'equesu-d to attend for the purpose of iliavlna the same adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the under signed. Dated 15th day of March, A. D. 1913. JAMES O. Bit IT TON", Executor. Executor's Notice. Estate of Gertrude C Hodgson, de ceased. The undersigned having been ap pointed executor of the last will and testament of Gertrude E. Hodgson, late of the county of Rock Ijiand, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear before the Hon B. S. Bell. Judge of the probate court of RiM'k Island county, at the probate court room, in the city of Rock Island, at the April term, on the first Monday in April next, ut which time all persons having claims sgainst said estate are no-titled and requested to attend far Uie purpose of having the same adjusted. All per sons Indebted to said estate are re quested to make Immediate payment to trie iindrslgnd. Dated Jhth day of February, A D. 1813. WILLIAM M. HODOfclON, Executor. Notice of Publication. State of Illinois. County of Rock Is land as: To the May term 1913. of the Circuit Court of said county. In Chancery. Marcus L. Henderson, co-mpla nant. vs Charles R. Morey, Fred H Morey, Mabel Morey. Ruth . More), Robinson Wum-k. Grace Quick Smith, Tunis ii. Quick, and A J. Rowland, defendants. Bl.l for Partition. General No. 6922 To the above named defendants. Ruth G Morey. Robinson Quick, Grace Quick Smith, and Tunis H Quick: Notice is hereby given thai the above named complainant. Marcus L. Hender son, has flied In said court 1,1s bill of complaint against you. and each of you and tne other defendants, for partition of real estate, which suit is now pend ing In said court. That a summons in chancery has been issued in said cause by the clerk of said court against yo j ard each of you. dire. ted to the sheriff of said county to execute, returnable to tho next term of taid court. t be be gun and hoiden at the court J-oub in ti.e ruty of Rock Island, in said countv of Rock Island, or. the first Monday of May next, at which time and place von and each of you. wi!l appear and piead answer or demur to said bill of com plaint. Rock Island. III . March 11. 1813 GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk of Said Court. COLLECTIONS. COLLECTIONS MADE Hard'HcouTitt i inu ci a.i ma coueciea. uiiam M 1 tk 1- . . . . nia.ee. ia;cr, n rmi.f 1 Bank building. BICYCLES AND MOTOKC VC I.EJ. riP.ES "ail ciakejj. a"'t-!i)rir.. lamp, etc.. cut prices: 835 Flving M.ilo'! blcy ies at wholesale price. 2 (or ange and blue enameled i: Vit8-;io East Third stre.t. Davenport. FOR 9ALI BY CURL ED UBGAl Executor's Notice. Estate of Peter Rueth. deceased. The undersigned having been ap- folnted executrix of the last will and estament of Peter Rueth, late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear before tha Hon. Benjamin Beil. judge of the probate court of Rook Island county, at the probate court room. In the city of Rook Island, at the May term, on the first Monday tn May next, at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All per sons Indebted to said estste are request ed to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated 6th day of March, A. D. 11. MRS. SOPHIA RUETH, Executrix. Walker, Ingram & Sweeney, attor neys. Administrator's Nt1ceu Estate of Frank Llekefett. deceased. The undersigned havlna- !-,.. an. pointed administrator with the will an- I nexea or ine estate or inuiK Llekefett. late of the county of Rook Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no tice that he will appear before the pro bate cotirt of Rock island coitntv. at the probate court room. In the city of Rock Island, at the May term, on the first Mondsy In Msy next, at which time all persons having claims against said es tate are notified and requested to at tend for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 6th day of March. A. D. 181 . JOHN S. MoCONNELI Adminintrator with t he Will Annexed. Jackson, Hurst A Stafford, attorneys. Notice of PubtlratloB. State of Illinois, Rook Island Coun ty ss: In the Circuit Court. Mav term. 1913. Hattle Davis vs. Samuel Davis. In Chancery. Affidavit of non-residence of Samuel Davis, the a breve defendant, having been filed in the clerk's office of the circuit court of said county, notice 1 therefore hereby given to the said non-resident defendant that the complainant filed her bill of compluint In said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the 12th day of March, 1913. and that thereupon a summons Issued out of said court, wherein said suit Is now pending, re turnable on the first Monday in the month of May next, as is by law re quired. Now, unless you. the said non-resident defondant above named. Samuel Davis, shall personally be and appear before said court, on tha first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at Rock Island. In and for said countv, on the first Monday in May next, and plead, answer or demur to the said com plainant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as con fessed, and a decree entered against you according to the prayer of said bill. GEOROE W. GAMBLE, Clerk. Rock Island. 111., March 12, 1913. Schriver & Srhrlver, comrUalnant's Solicitors. Master's Sal.. State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun ty ss: In the Circuit Court. Tn Chnncerv. Francis J. Norrls. Thomas William N'orrls, Agnes Cooper, Edward T. Flack. Mabel F. Tonn, Arthur J. Flack, liuli A. Flack. Mary R. Flack. William S. Flack. Margaret N. Weldner vs. Crom well Norris. Otis Norrls, Georgo Norrls and Anna B. Wilson. Partition. Gen eral No. 6S46. Notice is hereby Riven that by virtue of a decree of said cirurt. entered in the above entitled cause on the 17th day of March. A. D. 1813, I shall, on Wed nesday, the 9th day of April. A. D. 1913, ut the hour of 10:15 o'cliK-k In the forenoon, at the east door of the court house, in the city of Rock Island, in said county of Rock Island, to satistv said decree, sell at public vendue to the hitl.eibt bidder, for cash in hand, the certain parcel of land, situalis in the county of Rock Island and state of Illinois, known and described as fol lows, to-wtt: The soutli rme-half ( ',4 ) of lot thirty five .';."). in Sarah J. Aiken s sub divis ion of the middle one-third Il-3 of the south one-half l I of section two i 2 i. In township seventeen (17, north of ranpc two (2). west of the fourth (4th) principal meridian, excepting therefrom the -;, at twelve 12l feet thereof sold and coiiveveii io tli Km k Island and Milan Stn.-il Hallway company, situated In the township of South Rock I-lim.l in the county of R.H k Island ami siate of Illinois, provided the said bid upon said auove described isenus. s sha.l be equal to at i.-a-t I wd-I birds of th" valu ation put upon the prime, as shown hv tne r' port i-f Hie commissioners hie tofore appointed by the court to inn k partition thereof. Terms of sale: Cash In hand Dated ut Kock island. HI., this 1 St h day ol March, A D 1 I 3 JOSEPH I.. HAAS Master in Chancery, Rock Island Coun ty. Illinois Marirm E. Sweeney, complainants' so licitor. AITOMOBII.ES. J MA K E me a price on the Elks 12,000 ! machine. Still stored a Horst & ! Smeter's. Address J. R. Cunning ham. 424 South Pralrlo street, Galts DurK. IH At the Minstrels. "Mr. Interlocutor, ir u beiiy wal lowed a key what would yon call It'f" "1 don't know. Air. bones. What would you call iff" "A key in A minor." "Mr. Baler will now oblige with a recitation entitled Kagtiuie.' " Haps make paper. Taper makes money. Money makes banks. Hanks make loans. Loans make poverty. Poverty makes ra.-s.-C1nclnnatl En tjnirer. Fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism jg simply rheumatism of the muscs due to cold or damp. or chronic rheumatism, heftier of which reouire. any Internal treatmaot AH that is needed to afford relief is the free application cf Cliatxiberlain's Liniment. Give It a trial. You are certain to be pleased with the quick re lief which it affords. Sold by all drug gists. (Adv.) a.nsn f n.M iiwltisitiiiii Jones Comes Back and Glad of It. Is now all moved and when completed will have the swellest little store with his personal loan bank and fine line of diamonds and jewelry in the whole state, of Illinois. One and All WELCOME Our new location and number is 1619 Second Avenue. Phone West 177. Office hours all the time. J. W. Jones, Mgr. BURNED BY COLD. Liquid Air Will Prowoo. - War Wound Than I nt.n.. H.at. Whoe-ver has applied a aBotatoaeA flngor to a piac of frvertr mtrbml la wlBtr -well rtWMBiDbcra the patatal x-' perlenco thereby gxbaacl of tha fact, that cold as well aa heat can kUstef. the akin. j DnrlBg some enserlaaeatfi la the pro dnctioD. of eiceartTsjly law teaipar tures Pictet tbe French invwOg-ator,1 buraed himself with cold several times,' and tbe effects were s reoaaxkahle that; he deemed them worthy of disscriptlonj to a body of scientific men. i It appears that there are two kinds or degrees of cold burn. In the cass, of tbe less seere "burns" tbe skin at first turns red, but becomes blue the next day. Tbe inflamed spot swells,' and a period varying: from a mouth to, six weeks elapses before the wound heals. . . 4 When the contact with the cold sub stance is longer and more complete a burn of the second degree Is produced. A malignant and stubborn woand Is formed, und the process of hesJlnc U very slow. A drop of liquid air fn 111ns; on PI oc tet's hand produced a cold burn whlcb dM not completely heul la sit months, wliilu a scorch from beat accidentally 1c nlcfed oo tbe same band aud nearly at tbe same time was ben led in ten ol tw elve days. Harper's Weekly. A DAINTY TABLE FEAT. Victor Hugo's Wonderful Orange and Sugar Combination. Tn "My Autobiography" Mme. Jnditb, the fin-lit French actress, tells a story of Victor Hugo. At a dinner which Judith attended with Aleiiiiiilre Hutuns Konieiiody quot ed Alfred de Mussel, and Hn;o was led to express his opinion on his illuatrioiia fellow author. "Yes," he H.ild. "be lias Immense tal ents. He even boasts that there are some who consider him as 'ood a poet as I ani." Dumas Jotged Judith's elbow, and it was all she couid do to keep from laughing. "At the end of tbe ineal." our author relates, "Hiiro treated us to a very strange exhibition. He put a whole orange, rind and all. Into his mouth and then managed to thrust ss many pieces of sugar as possible into his clieel:s. This achieved, h began to scrunch it all up with his lips tightly closed In the midst of this operation lie stva Mowed two liqueur glasses of klrsch and a few minutes latpr opened his mouth wide. It was empty! Nc cne made any attempt to Imitate him. XKjsslbly because no one else bad teeth jood enough for such a feat," j Expensive. I "She ssys she thinks she could learn j to love me." "Yet you do not look happy." I "It Is going to be expensive. Ilsd J her at the theater last night, with a li!-' tie supper afterward. 1 he first lesson. cost me $2S." Kansas City Journal . Tuvwod Down. ' Town lian (whispering te rwHer)-"l That erigsgrBJKDt ring I bought of you yesterday Jeweler What's the mat ter with It? Didn't It fit? Young Man (cautiously i -Kb: It didn't have u chance. Gimme studs for It London Telegraph.