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Argus Branch Offices tl
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fa varuua parla of tha cltr. Tha Arfui
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format. un left that may pertain to any
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ii. it la a;o planned to have at each
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aupply of copies uf Tba Arena of tba
Octy. o that any subacriber who may
tiava failed urder acy clrcumatancas 10
rttlve th paper, will be supplied free
Ti.e Ara-ua chain of branch offices
ImluJfa the followinc:
i. i. Klppa ooU'ju atore. tSlt fifth
I. B. Rriwe's pharmacy, 4111 Fonr
dchneiders drug etore, Twenty-aey-en'h
trt. Beymiti avenue.
Ullrmeyor's druK a'ore, Eleventh ave
Du, I ifievnth atreac
rauiry'a lunch room, 402 Fourth t
Mr. tondoti'a notion store. ereDth
street. Fourteenth avenue.
Heiuibeck's pbarmavy, til Third are
t.rnit Ebertl frocary. til Elevectb
Rudcrt drur stora. Thirtieth street
and K ith awoi.ue.
Co!lrs;e pharmacy, Srvtnth avenue
end 1 r,irty-eif hth atreeL
OIn grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
attemer drua; store, corner Filth ave
nue and T emy-ihird street.
Hannv fewe s;ru:ery, 1721 Twin-ty-na'h
T. K Kiley Bon, grocery,
FOR flST HOtSKS.
FOH I'.KNT Four-room house; phune
Kim k lrlund -577.
F"K KENT Three-room furnished
hi'iiM'. In Scars. Inquire Mrs. Morris,
FoK RENT sven-room modern hcuse
at i ourtn avenue: lem, J5 lu-
quiru U-l 1-1MI, avenue.
FtH KENT Milern six-room hmis,'. on
lilll n ar l iiK w car. i-nt. t.Z prr
mi lit h. l ln ii- K' k Jdand 2 14.
FoK REN T A seven-room moiWn
noufte. lmjuirt at 121 Twtriiiu
trr-l. l'lionu HiKk Island 21.
FOK KENT A seven-room inmlei n f ur
mihett huu'-: wli lotatert. iir i-
-eirre I'rivili'ges. inqiitit: sale
FOR KENT Two new 'houses, strictly
iri'irlHrn, one six-room and n' rlht
i num. liiuii v li't '1 w ,'iily-iiintn
FOK KENT Nov. 1, fVfn-rmm house,
wiUi uiie ar t,i arouiiu; kihiU c-liai,
barn. c,t-in and well. Inquire lau.
Ft'R RENT KUrht-rcKOt lio'i.--- uml two
in oi iiiimI. i-.iKfiteciitu avenue arm
I'lni :v- it'll." .-"itvi t. ( all phune
K., k isluiiu tH". tnne rlnif.
FOK KENT Six-room lioue nfr Ldiix
Mew 'rk, l',ina' and water: rca
',i:jiil'. t" i,'lnib9 iHitii-s. fUtone
K' K l-lnifl .'Lo nftvl 1. in., or
any time ecitiuuy.
Fwrl ESVr-l l.ATS.
Fol". RENT M-deru nt'-ani heated rut.
Iniuire William yK, --i"J Finn
F 'It REN I"
Fuur-riH.m partly modern
, lirlv-lniiu street, KocK
no evluIiK. M- line
1UH KEXT MISCKL1.A.NEOLS.
Ft Il IttN i" Second floor of lactory
rtuiidint: at li-4 Fourtii avenue, suil
atl loi Htm rcanu!a-turil.ii. inquire
!!'. k o.n in aveuuu.
FOR RLN '; norrrocm. witli lir. flat
aho.e. In g-x,l location; rent i-on-Wr.
lali at Jl'i cutely uuiiuiu..
1'lione Kok island 1st.
EAKLfcT MARSHALL Attoi n s-at-law.
Oirlce iv-iv baivty bunding,
J-u.KON HURST i STAFFORD At.
tornvs at-i.v,. Om e iu rlock island
National bai.k building.
WALKER. INGRAM SWEENEY At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to lon on r.al iate. Koomi 2vi
i" -ropl Nuiionai bank baiidinic.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business, corporation,
l-robate and ral estate law; si 1 Peo
ple s bank bunding. Pbone Kock is
McENIRT A McENIRV Atlorneys-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
ell Lyude. batikcrs. Offlc. Mitchell
a: Lnu builaicg.
LEARN Practical Dressmaklr.g and
Ladles Tailoring and be Independent
and aelf-supporlitig. We teacn you te
cut. (It. de.lt-i and make yomr gown
from our own materials. Poaitlons
furnished lu mr shop, when compe
tent, if desired. G. Ji. Grabbe, Ladies
Tall-rand Lresuiaker. bouth Putnam
building. Daver.post. lust. 1391. Fat
Irrns cut to measure.
aTR..CrS OF TITLE.
VbilMCTs of tlUe prepared ,"!
tinned to. date covering any real ea-
tate in the county. Prompt und ac-
at reasonable rites.
Rock Island Title Abstract com-
ray: J. J. Ingram, president; . J.
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rrti.cj .- . - - " -' , ; 1
fioor. People s Nations nana uuim
lug Rock IflaCd.
BICIC'I.K AM 5IOTOKCYCl.Ea.
TIKES (all rr.akisi. accessories, lamps,
etc.. cut pri.es; $5 Flvlcg Merkie
blcrles at w holes' price. $25 (or
ange and blue rnani'lnl; 105-21
EaM Third street. Lavenport.
COMRACTOK A.U l ILDK.RS.
Mau,"icture,s t-f Seen. Doors. Bliadl
ind Siairs. Interior nnlsh of all kinds
Hardwood Veneer Foonn-t and deal
ers in Glass. Ill and 123 Eigstveai
i n v UTh- fcf k kJ ix - jv m l i m mm . a. l - v, .11.. ' .ini.n.i
IT ALL DEPENDS ON THE QUANTITY OF WATER,
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 170 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT tlirht housekeeping room
at 217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished -rooms
at Third avenue.
FOR RENT Two modern room a Joy
liicht housekeeping avt 1207 Fourth
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
rooms; steam heat. Inquire 2861
FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms
i'n rar line, all modern oonveniences;
1405 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room.
Inquire l?ao Twenty-ninth street.
1'hone Ruck Island 2509.
FOR RENT Modern lunusbed rooms
fr light housekeeping at 1101 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. In
quire :o Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT One room, for working
man; board if desdred. Inquire 71
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 624 Forty-third street: rent rea
sonable; near two car lines.
FOR RENT Two modern unfurnished
rooms for light hnusekeeplnc down
stairs, at Fifth avenue.
FOR KENT Three unfurnished rooms,
upstairs, with bath, heat and gas, at
euj Twentieth street; children.
FOK KKNT Modern furnished rooms
or liact housekeeping: laundry priv-
iirKs: inquire jiio firan avenue.
FOR RENT Modern fusnlshod front
iwiii, II 50 per week, aa Rl Twen
tieth street, fhone Kotk Islanu
FOR KENT Modern furnished room
lor liKht housekeeping: i!,irnace beat,
intii kud phone; at i!3k Third
FOK KENT Two pleasant -unfurnished
trout rooms, suitable tor light house
Kcping, close in, at 1417 bixth ave
nue. FOR RENT Furnished room, modern
txeept beat, for one or two people. In
private lamlly. inquire at j91i Sixth
l'tili RENT Two modnrn furnished
roi.-ms lor liKht housekeeping, to rou
ble without etiildren, ut 1 Xwenty
FOR RENT C!ooJ rooms, either fur-ihh!i,-i1
or unl urtiiHltA-d, reasonable;
good location, on two ear lines; t24
j oil v-t hn d Fireet.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, all
model ii, for gentleman, la family of
two. at 121C Tnlrd avenue. Pnone I
rock island 11I2--.X.
FOR KENT Two small unfurnished
housekeeping rooins. IV per month;
convenient to car lines; private fam
ily; 1411 Sixth avenue.
FOVt KENT Furnished modern room
:n private f.iniil. with hoard, If de
sired, inquiie at 2b Sixth avenue,
i none Kock Island 1U-K.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
lor gentleman. Apply Flat No. l,
ll-Kcs. Inqu're '27(1 Finn avenue,
l'hune Rock Island J442-K.
FOK RENT A nicely furnished room
in a modern home, suhable for one
r two gentlemen; retrers requir
ed: at I'MU Second avenue. Rock is
It'll RENT Two moms furnished for
light housekeeping; strictly modern;
u-e or laundry and prone; close to
car line. Apply Eighth-and-a-half
FOR KENT Modern furnlshtd front
room, on lAng Vi-w car line, in walk
ing dlstsnre from business district.
I'hon Kock island 4S7-Y. inquire
732 Fifteenth stmt.
FOR KENT Two, large well furnished
rcoms. on ground flo--r. for light
ii' 'usekecptng ; use ot phone, people
of jtood chsrarter onlv; 1414 Tuii'd
avenue. I'hone Kock Island 2203.
FOR RENT Fine room: steam heat, hot
and cold water, gas and electric light;
private entrance, twing a large front
room, will accommodate one or two
peopie. Apply mornings or evenings
at 1923 Sixth avinue.
Masonic Temple. Eighteenth street and
TUB STATED MEETING OF TRIO
JV ,odge No. 67, A. F. A. M , will
e held on the first Thursday
jkT of each month. Special for work
Tr on M. M. dtgree. on Thursday.
Oct. l'. at T p. m.. in Corinthian hall.
V lulling bretnren are cordially invit
ed. By order of I.. E. Hemenway,
W. M ; W. B. Pet tit. aecretary.
C. A. R.
EITORD rOST. 2 41. G - A. R ., meets
regular'y on the second and fourth
Saturday evenings of each month at
7 aw in "Memorial hall at the court
house. W. M. Johnston, commander;
E. Ii. Buck, adjutant-
I.OST AND FOIJITA.
nrk. Mrs. ldiiigman. 130
avenue; pnone 114S-K; reward.
'! . ,Vn,n streets Retur
' tips, f
Package containing three black
ps, on Red line car going east, about
f a. m. Saturday. 1-indcr telephone
Rock Island 1171-X; reward.
LOST Wednesday evening, probably
on Second avenue between Eighteenth
and N.neteenth streets, or on Elm
street rar line, a string of amber
beads. NotUc Rock Island 123i-X. or
The Argus office. Reward.
(- . X-lV ' II rAlSTEK.' rfr J"' I ,. I tJsTfU' ' i . - ri : I
I FOB flE!TT RXKIMJ. WAKTED-M1LE HELP. I WANTED MISCEULAXEOIIfc I FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY". I FOR 9A1.E MlSCEIAAXEOrS. I I.KCAU
hv-n-HY GAETHJE. rrnnriMop run. ,n3 thereon the certificate of reccrding
"piSJoc?- ufXTer.cVi::r;wv-,I,. ?!
aeeiens ei an aicas. city store. io.
Phenc Rock Island
tlt'B have the rornpleta Let of every
scant house er r-xm In tea trl-c .Uee
It wort cost yoi one cent t see tat
list. Summer-fields. 111-116 East bee -
end Street, Davenpor.
THE ROCK ISLAXD
WANTED Boy to learn drug business.
j nomas urug company.
WANTED A man for slip work;
quire 1700 Slxtn street.
WANTED Boy over 16 years t set
pins at St. Julian alleys. Seventeenth
street and Seventh avenue.
WANTED Well recommended house
and yard man: must not be more than
40 years. Phone Rock Island 134,
WANTED We 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;
toola given. Write Moler Barber col
lege, Chicago. 11L
WANTED Salesman; reliable man for
Rock Island, also open territory In
IllinHs, to sell our imported and do
mestic and hand colored calendars;
also advertising specialties; liberal
proposition to the right man. Thomas
J. lieokman company, 827 Filbert
street, Philadelphia. Fa.
WANTED For U. S. army; able-bodied
unmarried men between ages of IS
aiid 35; citiiens of Unites titates, of
good character and temperate habits,
who can speak, read and write the
English language. For information,
apply to recruiting officer, Second and
brady street, Davenport; 219 South
Third street. Cedar Rapids: Sixth and
Main streets, Dubuque, State Back
building. Rock island.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Girls to do pressing at Yer
bury "s, 21US Third avenue.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Apply 024 Twentieth street.
WANTED Girl or woman to do gn-
eral housework at 89 Fifteenth
w an i EI Good girl; good wages; at
7J2 Twenty-llrn stseet. Mrs. i.
WANTED A resident laundress; npply
Bethany home. Thirty-sixth street.
WANTED Reliable gill to assist with
general housework; good wages. In
quire 736 Seventeenth street.
WANTED Woman wanting pood home
in country, in family if two; no farm
hands. Mr. Ridinour, Cambridge, in.
WANTED Experienced lsdy book
keeper and cashier. Apply at once.
John Gately company, iuu Twentieth
WANTED Position as housekeeper or
taking care of invalid; can , furnish
A 1 referencoif. Address "C. M. S.,"
care of The Argus.
WANTED Ttenty girls for sewing de
partment In onr mitten factory; pleas
jit and ateady work: special Induce
ment to beginners. Boss Manufactur
ing company, corner Slxteentn street
and Third avenue. Moline.
WANTED Women to do plain sewing
at homi for a -large Philadelphia
firm; go-.d money and steady work;
no canvassing; send reply envelope
lor primus paid. 1'niversni company,
Desk A. Walnut street, Philadelphia.
IX S I RA SCR.
WE WILi, BOND TOU Executors', ad
ministrators', guardians, trustees, or
any kind of Judicial bonds; lodges and
society officers; city, state, or U. B.
government officials: contractors po
sitions or trust; in fact, anv kind ot
bond you wan, -except bail bondsi.
Terms reasonable. Hayes . Cleave
land, revidctit managers. Fidelity a
Deposit Company of Maryland.
state of Illinois. Rock Island Coun-
Public notice Is hereby given that at
a special imeting of the stockholders
1,1 ne no, k isiana l-.xpositioii com
pany, a corporation organized and ev-
isting under and by virtue of the laws
of the state of Illinois, and held at the
assembly room of the Rock Island club
co. i-. .-inevemn sircei. in the city
Of Rock island, rnulitv of R,.k 1MI.,H
land state of Illinois, on the second dav
I of June. A. D. 1313, at. the hour of 7:30
I o'clock In tho evening of said rlav. at
which meeting stock holders represent
ing St leat two-thirds of the whole
capital stock of said corporation were
present, the following resolution was
unanimously adnptrd bv -said tok.
holders, all tho votes represented lh1ng
a v leasv c wo-en ro s oi cne wnoie stock
or said ccTporation i being cast in fa
vor of said resolution:
Whereas. The stockholders of the
Rock Island Exposition compauv. un
Illinois cr-rporatlon. desire to abandon
the corporate enterprise, surrender tiie
charter, franchisee and corporate name
ana nivsoive me saii corporation: and,
Whereas. The said Rock Island Ki.
fositiMi ccrmpany has eaed to do bsu
ness, snd all corporate debts have been
fully paid and corporate liability Hi-
eharged. and the corporate assets snd
properly distributed among all persons
Nirw. therefore, be It resolved. That
the corporate enterprise, charter, fran
chises aiwi corporate name of the com
pany be surrendered and that said cor
poration b dissolved; nnd.
Be it further resolved. That th see.
reiary be, and he is herebv authorized
and directed to attest, as serritarv. the
record of the proceedings of this "meet-
ma ana amx me eai oi tile corporation!
Be it further resolved. That the pres
ident of said Rock Island Exposition
company is hereby authorised t- cause
a complete record of all proceedings in
liil-i respect to be verified by his sworn
affidavit and attested by the seal of said
corporation under Lis signature, and
the cc-rporate seal to be affixed, to be
tiled for record In the office of the re
corder of deeds of Rock Island county
in the state of Illinois, it being the
count wherein the principal office of
ssid corporstton is located-.
Be It further resolved. That th r.
ldent reuse a notice of said dissolution
to be published for three successive.'
'-" i" ne iwcw isjana Argus, a
newspaper published In the city of Rock
Island, in said county and state afore
said, and within three months from it.i.
j date cause said record aforesaid, bear-:
,., , h . " , l." "' "
That the record of said proceeding
signed by the president of the cc-rpori-tluu.
verified by his affidavit and at
tested by he secretary of said cerpora
tlo.T. onder bis corporate seal, has been'
di!v worded a required by law.
XMtee t-.ia I.ta air of October. A.
t ROCK IPUND EX POSITION CO
J .gesii Pv William M. Reck, prea
By R. M. Pcarcc Secretary.
EH BEN !
WANTED Janitor work;
M.," care of The Argus.
WANTED Day- work, washing prefer
red: 101S Fourth avenue.
WANTED To buy, display- table -for
dry goo-is store. Phonti Rock Island
WANTED Bundle and basket washing.
Address 2!13 Sixth avenue. Rock Is
land. WANTED To do housecleaning by the
day. Inquire 745 Fourteenth-and-a-half
WANTED Plain sewing at 831 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street. Phone Rock
WANTED Boarders, close In; also one
room for rent. Address "D. H," case
of The Argus. ,
WANTED Lace curtains to launder at
1448 Fourteenth street. Mrs. Luella
i ltteringt on.
FOR SALE One table, two iron couch
es, and gas stove. Inquire 737 Four
. teenih-aiid-a-half street.
WANTED To buy furniture, stoves;
will pay best price. Call Kniff, Mo
line Vul; 1620 Third-avenue, Molina.
ANTED Housewives to ask their
grocer or butcher to show you
"aharpo." or phone Rock Island 2471.
WANTED Washing and ironing, to
lane nome. num. iewis, ztzn Fourth
avenue, in the rear. Phone Rock Is
WANTED Work as corn picker by ex
perienced man with steady habits.
Carl Frank, 1020' Seventh avenue,
Rock Island, 111. I
WANTED Housecleaning and washing.
Send postal with telephone and house
number. Mrs. A. Mueller, 515 Twenty-second
WANTED To buy, at once, live or six
room modern house; unless a bar
gain, don't answer. Address "Buy
er," care of The Argus.
WANTED Two or three strictly mod
ern rooms for sleeping or liKht house
keeping: reference if desired. Address
E. D. P.." care of The Argus.
WANTED Two or three unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping, be
tween Twemy-flrst and Thirtieth
stretts. Address 2304 Hi Fifth avenue.
WANTKD-iThree or -fob-i unfurnished
modern rinoms for housekeeping, for
couple; rettyences given and required.
Address "T. W.," care c-f The Argus.
WANTED Stoves and-furniture; -will
pay big price. Stoves repair".! ail-l
set up. Williamson Bros., 1517 Sec
ond avenue. Phone Rock island 1007.
WANTED Furnace and chimney clean
ing; wil also repair chimneys, at rea
sonable prices: good work guaran
teed. Inquire G. W. Rind, 420 Ninth
street, or phone Rock island 1053 ..
WANTED Two lght housekeeping
rooms, modern.' laundry privileges,
near Rock Island depot: refined young
couple; lady would give piano les
sons as pari exchange. Address "D.,"
2S06 Sixth avenue, city.
WANTED Room and board, or fur
nished room, by middle aged gentle
man ' wit 11 - elderiv couple or widow
government man; pay weekly;
state price for room and board, or
room. Address "W. E.," care of The
WANTKI Posit ion by young man as
second cook t-r counter man. Address
"H.," care of The Argus.
WANTED Position as cook or pastry
cook by elderly woman. Address
"Cf.-.k." eare of The Argus.
WANTED Work on farm by the year
by experienced man with family;
must have nouse furnished. Inquire
B. Vansickle, 516 Sixth street, city.
WANTED Agents with some experi
ence in Hi' portrait line. Apply al .
V. Infield, New Harper, between 1 and
t p. at.
IF TOU WANT to Buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage neip or secure
a situation, the Mail and Journal
.wants bring results. One-half cent
rer word Is the pr:.e to all alike, cash
In advance; two-cent stamps will do.
Evening Saturday Mall and Journal,
SL PERFLUOL S hair' and mole.v on face
and arms permanently removed with
one to six needles. Address Miss A. M.
Kittredge, Flat 1. Argyle Flats. Brady
street, Davenport. I'hone Davenport
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Ein
arson. rradiiated Swedish mSeseuse,
gives treatment In private homes and
at office bv appointment. Phenc Rock
Island J15S. Office, (15 Seventeenth
ASL KLEH i JUsuce ot tne Peace
160. Third avenue, it or a island. IlL
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard er counts
and cieima collected. William u.
Walker, lawyer. 311 People s Baas
Will those persons who re de
sirous of obtaining any infouma
Uon. such as divorce caes, or
otherwise, please address "X. V.
ZT' All inquiries given prompt
attention and treated as strieGy
confidential. ,- j
OCTOBER 28, 1913:
FOR SALE A seven-room house, also
nine-room house, at Forty-second
street and Sixth, avenue. Rock Island;
lot 60x150 feet. Inquire 4201 Sixth
FOR SALE! At a bargain, lot on Four
teenth street between Eleventh and
Twelfth avenues, on paved street,
throe blocks from street rar. butcher,
grocery and drug store. Phone Rock
FOR SALE Lota In South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; 325 down, balance in Ave
years. E. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich-
mond street. Phono Rock Island
FOR SALS Lots in J. O. Schuermann'a
Sixth addition, from Fifth to Seventh
street and Fourteenth avenue to
Eighteenth avenue; payments, i
down, 35 per month . lnguire 1700
Sixth street. Fhone Rock Island l:'96.
FOR SALE Lots, In Glenwood, cm Elm
street car line. Fourteenth avenue, be
tween Thirty-second and Thirty
fourth streets; lots JS50 to $950; also
fine corner lot, Thirty-serond street
and Thirteenth avenue, $550: & per
cent off for cash. A. W. Lamp, S311
Thirteenth avenue. Phone Rock Is
FOB SALB LANDS,
FOR. SALE 113 acres Wapello county.
Iowa; level, tiled, well Improved, new
fences, tine neiRhborhoovi, one-fourth
mile to school: price, $15i, $16,001), 6
per cent. J. E. Espy, Ottumwa, Iowa.
FOR SALE Well Improved 120-acre
farm; six miles west of Andalusia.
For particulars, see F. J. Behave, 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 vhree rr.iie southwest ot
Milan on Ridgcwood road. J. M.
Scare route 2. Milan.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun-
In the County Court of Rock Island
county. Illinois. October term, 1913. in
Attachment. Demand. BS.4u . i
xmcw "M&ri-:r xiotet company vs. IL 1
Kotico Is hereb given to you, tho
said 11 .li. Gllmore, that a writ of at
tachment has been issued out uf the
office of the clerk of the county court
of said county of Rock Island, at the
suit ot the said New Harper Hotel com
pany, and against the estate of you. the
ar.ld H. B. Gllmore. lor eirhly-six and
forty one-hundredths dollars besides
interest, directed to tho 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 50 feet of lot No. i, in block No. 2;
and the north 60 feet of the west 30
teet of lot No. 1, In block No. 2, In the
old town of Stephenson, now Hock is
land, in the county of Kock Island and
state of Illinois. .
Now, unle,s you, the said H. B. Gll
more. shall personally be and appear be
fore the county court of said county, oi;
the first day of the next term thereof
to be hulden at Kock Island, in said
county, on the first Monday In the
month or OctoDcr 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 sold to satisfy the same, with costs
HENRY B. HIIBKAHII. Clerk.
Rock Island 111. Sept. 4 1913.
Searle & Marshall, plaintiff's attor
neys. Publication Notice.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the County Court or Rock Island
County. Illinois. October ternvlilJ.
G. S. Johnson Company vs. Ernst
Pilat. In Attachment. Demand,$337.5.7.
Notice is hereby given to you, the said
Ernst I'llrtl. that a writ of attachment
has been sued out of the office of the
n I. .1. r.r H.. (.mllltV 1 1 f , Fx t ... I
of Kock Island, at the suit ot the said
G. S. Johnson company, and against the
estate of you, the said Ernst Pllat, for
three hundred and tiilrty-ssven dollars!
and fifty-seven cents, besides interest,'
directed to the sheriff of said county to I
Now, unless you. the said Ernst Pllat,
shall personally be and appear before,
the county court of said county, on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island, In said county,'
on the first Monday In the month of
October next, give special bail and plead
It, wm action, juugrnvill will oe entered
against you in favor of the said plain
tiff, and the property attached sold to
satisfy the same, with costs.
II. B. HUBBARD. Clerk.
Rock Island, 111., Scot. 29, 1913.
Albert Huber. plaintiff's attorney.
Estate of Mary E. Cuter, deceased.
The undersigned having been sp
poinud administrator of tne estate of
iiary E. Custer, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deeeaaed,
hereby gives notice that he will annear
before the Hon. Benjamin Bell, Judge of I
tne pronate court or kook island coun-!
y. at the probate eourt room. In the!
city of Rock Island, at (ha January
trm, on the first Monday In January
next, at which time all persons having!
claims against said ei tale are notified
snd requested to atter.d for ths purpose1
Of having the same adjusted. Ail per-,
sons Indebted to said estate are re-'
quested to make immediate payment t'
Dated 29tn day of September. A.
1913. J. M. CI STER.
Jackson. Hurst Ac Stafford attorneys.
TV mi lee of Final Settle-seat.
Estate of Ernst Leffier, deceased. j
Public notice Is hereby given that the!
undersigned. Albert Huber. executor of
tiie will of Erimt Leffier. deceased. ha!
I this dav filed his flr.al report and settle-)
ment as such In the probate court of!
' Kock Island county, and hearing on I
i said report has been set for Nov. i
i at i o cioca a. m.. at which time!
j persons interested may appear andi
j make objeclir-ns thereto, and if no ob
jections are filed, said report will be,
approved at that time, and (he under-1
i signed will ak for an order of distrl-l
run ion. ana win also ask to.be oil
i Ttoc k Islanu III.. O. f ' ?0 1913.
I ALBERT HLBER. ExecQtor.
Drawn for this taper By Carl
FOR SALE Launch; call Rock Island
FOR SALE An upright oak folding
bed. Inquire 220 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Pullets. 30c to 75c each, at
636 Webb street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Show cases and fixtures;
118 Eighteenth street. Rock Island,
FOR SALE Two counters, three show
cases. Inquire 4100 Fourteenth ave
FOR SALE All kinds of heating
stoves, cheap; 331 Tenth street. Rock
FOR SALE Gray horse; also buggy;
at 1521 Second avenue. Phone Hock
FOR SALE Hard coal stove In good
condition, $5. Inquire 172S Nine
FOR SALE Ono hard coal burner In
first clas3 condition. Inquire 715
FOR SALE Tables, show cases and
fixtures at Photo Electric shop. Hi
FOR SALE Ayrdale terrier, five months
o-ld, eligible to register. R. H. Sase
man, Preemption. 111.
FOR SALE: Good light delivery horse,
buggy and harness, fur $3a; come
quick; 1530 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE $150 buys a small automo
bile, good as new; party leaving city
Inquire 1S12 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE A good heating stove, or
will trade ror a rqad cart; ,21 Seven
teenth street. Pnone Rook Island
FOR SALE Free sewing machine, with
latest improvements; cost $45; very
cheap; leaving city; at 1530 Sixth av
FOR SALE Drop head sewing machine,
good as new, $8; 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 6c. Sons, Port
FOR SALE A six-burner-coal range,
with wanning oven; nearly new; tine
baker; price, $1R. Call at nil's Third
avenue; suite 12.
FOR SALE Gas stove, iron bed, daven
port, sideboard, dresser, range, china
closet; 10211 Nineteenth street. Phone
Rock Island 2179-J; '
Publication Notice. .
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In. the Circuit Court, 1913.
Pearl Pinson vs. Robert Pin son. In
Affidavit of non-residence of the
above named defendant having been
bled In the clerk's ottiee of the-circuit
court of said connty, notice ie there
fore hereby giver, to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
tiled her bill of complaint In said court,
on the chancery side thereof, on the
lHth day of August. 1913, and that
thereupon a summons Issued out of
said court, wherein said suit Is now
pending, returnable on tbc first Monday
in the month of January next, us is by
law required.- -
Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendant above named. Robert
Pinson. shall personally be and appear
nerore said circuit court, on the Hrst
day of the next- term thereof, to bo
holden at Rock Island. In and fori 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 charped and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a decree
entered against you according to tho
prayer of said bill
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Inland. 111.. Oct. 13, 1913.
, -r .
DISEASED MEM WHO ARB WOIIKMO EVERY
DAY, WHO ARE NOT SICK ENOl'UH TO BE 14
BED, SHOULD ROT WAIT LNTII. SICKNESS LAIS
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Thous. nds of young snd old men can look back at
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We succ-esaf ally treut ftervmts Debility, arlro.e V eln-, Kelaraeai Proa,
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COPENHAGEN MEN SPECIALISTS
ll Fifte.otk gf, ( lieeead S'leer),
Hour--Ci pen only on Wednes
days frzra x n the sftemorm un
til 9 In the evening and Fr.day
evening 1 te 9. ir.d Kunday
mornn.gs, to 12. During otner
cays call at iiavenport omch.
Estate of Mary Ellen Hastings, de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor ot the last v 1 1 J and
testament of Mary Ellen llastini-s. late,
of the county of R-Kk Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before tho Hon..
Benjamin Bell, ludso of tho probate,
court of Rock Island county, ut tho--
Frobate court room, in the city of Rock
slaml. at the December term, on the
first Monday In December next, at which
time all persons having claims againi t
said estate are notuled and requested to
attend for tho purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated second day oi October, A. D.
CHARLES NEWTON HASTINGS.
J. F. Witter, cttorner.
SWARMING WITH INSECTS.
The Pests Are a Veritable Plague In
Bolivia and Brazil.
Insect pests are. a plague on the
boundary of Bolivia and Brazil. "In
the forests and. on tlie smaller rivers.",
writes Couimander Herbert A. Kd
tvards. It. N. It., in tlie GooRrnphknl
Journal, "life is made almost unbear
able. xAnts are met with evcry-vherc;
tbey swarm over one's person in hun-s
dreds, and most of them bite most sav
agely. There Is one kind of red ant,
vrhich lives In trees hollowed out by,
themselves, whose bite Is like a toucli (
with a red hot iron. If n person Innd-,
vertently touches or leans up against
one of these trees the ants swarm out
upon him Instantly, and his life for.
hours afterward Is a long drawn out
'misery. Then there are the huge ants,
called tucanderos, one and a half Inch-!
es In length-; they lire In the forks of
trees. Their bite Is particularly pain
ful, and causes the part affected to'
swell tip ns If poisoned. One of our
soldiers was Incapacitated for aevernt '
days by a bite of a tucantjora. Red
ants; black ants whli-h make broad,
.straight road of their own and niovd''
about In battalions; grayish white ants.'
living In rod colored mounds, six feet
high: yellow ants each and every ono'
has Its own particular way of making
unwelcome the Intruder Into Its habi
tat. "Butterflies during bright sunshlnn
settled on the surveyors and the lnstru-"
nients they were using In such num
bers that survey work became an im-'
possibility. Nor Is this all. Wasps of
many colors, but always with a atlnc;
hornets, which give no mercy to man
or beast: bees of all rI.cs, some of
which swarm In one's shirt, eyes, hair;3
ears, mouth nnd nostrils seeking molfK
tiire. Every blade of grass hns a.tlclt.
of some sort, waiting opportunity to;
bury itself In some one's flesh. j
"Spiders, horrid hairy creatures, wltli :
bodies sis Inches long, are sometimes
met. Ono of our men was stung or
'.bitten by one of these when oufshoot
In?; Ills root wnere no was nitten no-;
came Tery Inflamed nnd broke out Into;
raw patches. lie hud to be left behind;
as we were on tlie march, nnd whem
tre sent for him three weeks Inter n
was still limping."
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