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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1011.
JB CHORDS AND DISCORDS S3 1 j njj
BY J. M. C.
i BT.1II -wondering if she will ever agsin t them at once. The ysay, "You know. ,
I y.c ssirsrf for ;noh an odd and unusual I simDlv cannot remember names."'
how about his exterior f loan. j Well what of it? You admit you can
Associated Press Dispatch: George- remember faces, so when you run,
- . ... . . - rw m I . r-vA on n-ara 1 1 ? rrvi 1 i " C P il '
nun Rrifish (inmpa sprit ." I lg t-u " ; "-'co iuc .- - -
Rov n f: naris. s'lnprintpnripnt of fGalesburz ReDubi:can-Keeisier.) i to yesterday, say "howdy
:he Rritish Guinea mission r.t the Sev-! Tcn it irnriderfiil xrhar a 1iffrnc I ce w ill say
El! e si I
nth Day Adventirt denomination, the
aeaflquarters of which are at Washing- Because be wsj undr the influence
to him, and
he will gay "howdy" right back; the
! next thing you know you have added a
just a few hours make sometimes? , )easant frjeDdsnlp to your stock
ton. I. C, has been murdered in
interior w hile proselyting among
, of liquor on the evening of his mar-j
Never mind what his name is: you
fon finH that nut in dll timp. Don't
jriage. a local young man is still a bacN, vour hfad the other while :
i elor today. When he went to the home ; ' , .cv ,,- '
day before. He is thinking of the i
same hing that is running through '
jour mind. He is afraid you might not .
recognize him. Surprise him and say
' howdy.-' The next time you meet, :
i he will say it first.
This is our recipe for "getting m j
,-iirVi Trr et oti1 this r lnh naran-
wnen relating tne incident.. - . . ant. thf.rf.hv
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ENOLISH I.ANGIAGE. ALSO.
(From iuincy Whig.
The force of employes at the Hotel
Quincy has underwent considerable
change in the last few days.
(Ol'XDS REASONABLE. DOESXT IT?
of his prospective bride Wed-.esdav 1
j evening to lead her lr tne air?r. tf ter i
j having a marriage license procured
and a preacher engaged, the youn;
lady absolutely refivsed tr have any-1
; thing further to do -with him because '
of fcls condition. j
i "I want none of that in mine.'' she I
Atkinson op Monday 4 September, . about getting the license and urgd J
HOW'S THIS. BRO. PETIT t
Some one has been bootlegging
dat zal aijin op laberdag gegeven door her to go with him to the preacher, I
de verrenlgde. Herbergshiers van '. but she declined to accompany him in I
het dorp er zal 80 dollars verbold ' his maudlin state and told him that !
Tx- n Yi A n nrrn mtt Trril cr t let i ciq "tt m i T rl rnt marrr a man un vniild I
prijs. $30; 2d, $25; 2d. $15; 4th,' $10. i get drunk. She maintained her art--; v-hisKey here. One night recently
Den JnW Is 50 cents per man, en dry tude despite his pleadings. It is under-1 some parties -were drinking and one
man maakt en peieton. De Inschry-' stood that he Is continuing his spree ' of them attempted to break into the
ving zal plaats hebben van 12 tot 2 j today
uren. Elk mag ryn eigen bol mede j "I an earn my living and would pre
bresmen als green lood of yzer in de fer to do It," she said.
bol verbopen Is.
(MarBballtown, Iowa, Republic.)
There is in the second ward a house
hold, a. lady of which, some months
apo. loaned to an old woman who has
worked from time to time for different
families in the city, a 10-cent piece.
The old woman was poing away and
She lives here and has employment.
She Js sensible and attractive in ap
pearance. She has returned to her
work. Those "who have heard of her
decision commend it. Her example is
fiETTIffi IV HlfiHT.
The Rock Island club has sent out
the following suggestion, and it car-
needed Just that amount for the pur-jries a few facts that ought to wake up
pose of making the Journey. Not long; some of the dead ones in thesf parts:
ago Flie returned to the city and went
to the home where Fhe bid borrowed
Charles Ijwe has been pulling bu
onions this last week.
Fred Carpenter and Ixu Baker were
seen In this vicinity Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. Will Steckman Is getting along
nicely now. The trained nurse, who
had cared for her for four weeks, left
several days ago..
SOME ( I T l"IS, THESE.
Tuesday was an unlucky day for the
corn cutters, as Harry Fender cut his
the dime to return it. Her cal! was an
swered by the widowed sister of the
lady who had loaced the dime to the
caller, who was known to the family.
and to ber the sum was repaid. Evi- j the next subject,
dently paying the way for her request i Who does the getting in? Oir
the wed ra'lfr a?kf-d th" lady if nhe friends cannot do it for us: we must do
wore false tee'h. The lady reluctant-1 it for ourselves. It io quite po-si'lde
ly admitted that she did, wondering at for a man to join a club, lunch there
the question. Did she then, was fhe frequently for years, and not get ac-
We hear it stated so often that a ' Louis Fillmer split one cf his
man gets the f;ill benefit of an ori;aii toes, Charles Nicholson cut his limb,
izatlon such as this club, only when he ' al: j Golden Sell cut (he leader off in
is so fortunate as to "pet in risht." We j onc cf his toes, so next Tuesday, boys,
are apt to nod our heads in acquies- j pPase don't cut corn or you're liable
ence when this Is said and pa.s on to!to cu, on your head
A young man from Chicago is spend
ing the week at I. Marvel's.
next question, have an old and
cast aside set ff false teeth
that she would loan l the caller, who
needed a pnlr badly and did nvt h'-v"
the money to buy a set. Naturally eha
did not, at least not to loan, but she is
quainted with more than half a dozen
of the members during that time. This j
Feerns surprising, but it is a fact, nev-1
ertheU'sa. for we have run arross su-h 1
cases recently. They are introduced
to any number, but seem to forget j
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
(From Argus Files or
Monday, S pt. 1'?. There will be a
mec'ii:K of representative 'i'i.'ii.s of
the three cities at the Haiter hous
tonight to arrange for the proper re-! ,,,. , tu . , , .
v I eunesday. Tue canal commission
eeptloi! of the canal eommIsion which j Will be in Rock Island tomorrow morn-
. ether information possible. Congress
man J. il. Murphy of Pavonport was
desitraw-d as a crin'i! 'ee of oiie to
;at;ei,j to ii)e important duty.
ni SIESSFIEI AITEARAXCE.
The building west of R. M. Mor-j
gan's implement 6tore has been re-1
modeled and A. L. Hulfgrtn is con
ducting a restaurant there. A din-:
ing room has been provided for up-j
stairs and the whole presents a very,
neat and businessfled appearance. I
Miss Mabel Hyde of Orion gave:
music lessons in Lynn Tuesday.
irg, meeting at the office of Major j
MacKenzie. The mayor, being absent !
from the city, has instructed Captain
Durham in receive the commission. I
L. S. McCabe went to Chicago last j
n it'h f. !
I'p to 4 o'clock this afternoon the
Wi.'pi.tis storm, which was to turn this .
world upside down at'd land us all in :
i own ion. iiad riot materialized. The
prophet is either an ignor-;
amus or a falsifier perhaps both.
meets ia Ruck 1-land next Thursday
Tie' Koik Inland Knights Templar
returned from the St. Ixiuis conclave
Jast niht. Everts commandery par
ticipa'od in the grand parade of Sir
Knights at St. Louis, and with Pdeu
er's band a? their head aft i acted a
great deal of mention
Tuesdny. Negotiations whi"h have Canadian
been pending fur some time have Anal
ly resulted in the transfer of the Har- ;
per louse mamme.,,. lU from Ib-n Har-I Thursday T. . I. McrliU arrived home
per. pmpil.-tor. to his son-in-law. Ho. ; last evening from a verv suc- gsful
Lo'.ry. win. nss.mi- s charge trip to western Kansas.
ta'ive it;.i lis
a grmral call, a large
; meeting of represet;
e:' D.tver.j .rt. Hock Is-
land and Moiit e was i.eld at ; he Har
per last evening fur the purpose of se
lecting a committee to aid the commis
siou of civil r.uineers who visit Hoik 1
Island Thursday compiled of ;!. eral ;
Com.-ti ;!' r;t 1 l'
I' e. This commissii
jOi!!te ! I.y CI It l'I 4 .;s ; ,
lfl.md at:d in v (..-;; tate :h
the 1 b nn pit canal proje
sti.tiftles .ii retard to the
en . K.
t. to c;:l.er
Friday. There will be a meeting of
young ladies in the Y M. C. A. rooms
tomorrow afternoon at o'cloc!:. ih"
object of which will be to consider and ,
if possible organize a young ladies' j
branch of the Woman's Christian Tem- !
pcrance Fnion. The distric and coun-1
ty superintendents of this department1
will be present. I
OI T SHEI.nV AI HILL T.
Geneeeo has a poet laureate. He
is .Tames Kidney. Poet Kidney at
tended the Taft reception last week.
He contributes the following classic
to the (leneseo News:
The president came to town
On a bright September day.
Old politicians of renown
Came their respects to pay.
Old Shelby Cullom, the antique,
Was there with quiet laugh.
And with the boys from up Salt
Was thee to welcome Taft. j
If only that smile you could see.
It would make your heart feel
P.ut if you saw the company, !
It would make you rather sad. j
I thought as I gazed on the scene,
A passing in review, ',
If he relied on those "had-beens,"
I don't know what he will do.
Tiiey looked as if they had stood pat
For a great many years, '
P.ut the people must be tired of that
At least I heard no cheers.
Our president Is grand looking
He is tall and large and stout,
But don't seem to have the booking
To make the people shout.
Saturday.-Major .1. R. McC.innis. V. J ,f Td(iv- bov w89 on the job
S. A., arrive! at the Harper house last j A differPnt pight you.-d Rf,e
evening. .Major .Metimnis
importable (f the three titjes. and ail j lard.
Biitkr on the government b
s'iccf ei.s ; The people all, from sage to slob.
Would jump and shout with glee.
! . -v V M
V., . .-s3
! I think that they enjoyed his club,
; In going after graft;
It seemed to me they gave a snub
To smiling William Taft.
A Genuine 9x12 ft. Wsllon Velvet
at the price of a BrusseSs Rug . . .
If you have any use for a real high grade Wilton velvet rug; if you ever had a desire to have in your home a rug
vou vrould really cherish, this is your chance. We have offered many rug bargains in the past, but this is the
greatest, the most astounding one of all. We want you to see these rugs. They are superb quality, extra heavy
an dclosely woven, in rich oriental designs. We know that when you get one of these rugs you will simply marvel
at the price and you will be more enthusiastic than ever about our goods and prices.
In Other Stores Our Price
By genuine Wilton we mean
the extra heavy (woven, not
printed ) the pattern is woven
through the back and will wear
a life time. Our showing of Wil
ton rugs is without any question
the biggest shown in this part of
Superb 9x12 Axmins
In Other Stores Our Price
This price is the more remark
able when you consider the fact
that the rues are real axminster,
not an inferior grade of velvet
masquerading as axminster. P.'g
variety of patterns in oriental
and floral effects.
"No Seam" 9x12
In Other Stores Our Trice
They must be satisfactory or
their sale woundn't be growing
so remarkably. This is the fifth
year for "No Sea in" rugs and
never has a customer had cause
to complain. Full i'xll' feet,
beautiful patterns suitable for all
1 1 g.oo
In Other Stores Our Price
This is a real tapestry bnissela
not an imitation. It will give
the best of service.
We slio iv,i big variety of all
kinds of brusiels rugs. We havo
just the patterns and color
schemes that you are looking
uHmTpm-t tin i fa
66irslf Sd" Bed Davenport
Up from S29.5
A distinct improvement over all other styles of folding
SHOWING BED CLOSED.
construction it is
represents the perfection of folding bed
made on an entirely new principle the
mattress is under the seat and comes into position when
the seat is turned frames of finest finished upholstered
in either morocoline or genuine leather with sanitary steel
spring and removable mattress easy to operate can not
get out of order. Price up from $29.50.
SHOWING BED OPEN.
The Steve &
- -l AC' - .
' 1 - - r.
Ask your friends or neigh bors ask anyone
one of these stoves or ranges they will tell you
oughly good, reliable and durable they are. Riverside stoves
and ranges are made entirely of the best materials procur
able. No others are so perfect in construction so hand
some in appearance so dependable in baking and heating
so thoroughly pleasing in every respect as the "Riverside."
You can get the repairs for "Riversides' the same day as
-it...;. . v
i1J'i-y ." -rift
? m m on-
Corner Sixteenth Street and Second Ave., Rock Isiand, III.
not spend any more money in the eom-Ttll you
Portimunity than the catalo-ue house, ar- "ulh
rives in town they fall over themselves' ,,i:,K':s
to see which will get to him first, and
- Corresponding reduction to
Ticket cn sale Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, 1911
Go to Caliicrr.ia row. Ycu can buy a one
v.ay cclcr:st ticket and go in perfect ccm
fort oa faL ticius with dining cars in
Through Tourist Sleeping Cars
prc.v-i-'irg the conveniences of a standard
l"u:hr.a:i at !:a!f thj ccst.
WII.I.'S 1IKUI S .)!).
( Princttou Correspondent in
The meat market owned by Joseph
(w Tflhlf Uaa htl rln rl 7rt nun niiT-htl
last week. Thy entered by break-!then a few da-vs ,at'r th'v wiH ask ,:s
ing the lock on the back door. There! to boost the town. ri- the farmers up
was only about fit in change in the ;he back for sending to catalogue hous
till whi.h they appropriated. In allj and do a we caa fl,r lhe KOO1 of
the burglaries which have been un-;the vllaee Wfcen the ,ocal ewFpa.
dertaken or accomplished in town itj man ,g df.r,rivpd of wliat riglnful-
secms tnat tney care tor notmng ex- . Qhim . (,0fS not fee, ,ik
cepi money, nence every ucuy
should keep their cash in the bank.
It can not very well be robbed with
out waking Will Chandler up.
of nature's own beautiful!
dot ado so great?
Therf arc the b a itif.il mountains,
A most beir.tifi'.l sight to behold;
-lonestohim he Cor-s
"hollering his head off for the good of
the community." Poit Byron Globe.
They wi re pu' tin re by nature's own )
A:.d c.iniiOt ho bMiit fur gold.
A stroll iiito 1 1 i - mo'infaits
Bifoi" tl)- sun is s'-t.
Is a most beautiful ."igl:'
one can i; vtr forgt.
f OI.OK uo.
(Hulda and Ellen Carlson,
and u il you
Of our trip to the goii'tn w f':
So here are a few words in poetry.
And now, dear flier, is,
A Tap", t'.e rcute cf b-wttt
i-l ;ouri.vj either way.
.c-tss t'.:? Ccn inert in a Tourist Eleerir.g Car" ttl!3
i-Lvu; t:.- l:"s ir-.o. Send for it todav.
F. H. Piurrfrer, C. P. Ajt
1S29 Sccord Avenu;, Rock Island.
. F. Boyd. Div. Pas. Agt., Davenpot.
KM . !. ItllO.
Port B ron ;ldbf i
A representative cf a larze calendar ! promised to w ri
hou?e i:as be-n in Port Byron this
tek. and rumcr has it that a little
"con" talk about high prices later on
h.iT brought him several orders. We
sis: pose the merchants who gave him
orders will come around again in the
r.-ar future and ask us to publish
Fcmethiag about the farmers sending'
to the catalogue houses, and the.-se
fame merchants are doing practica'ly
the thine that thy want us to "Jack
up" the farmer for doing. Of course
sorre will say wnen we go arounl
with our samples that they did not
know ve handled calendars, when we
have been beggiEg them for orders for
you can guess
How can we begin to tell you
Of this grand, wonderful state?
years. Others will sav we don't
j come early enoueh. when as a matter
of fact we have tried several times to
I get orders early ia the season and ev
i ery merchant would say "You are too
j tarly. I might be dead before I could
(use them." When the agent or repre
sentative of some concern that does,
TRI-CITY RAILWAY AND
LIGHT CO. STOCKS AND
LITTEN & ROBERTS
Peoples National Bank Bidg.
As ;.ii o'iol! :i!or:E? the rock.
l.i.'-t nirig to ;; bablilitu' brook;
if we w-re to t 1 yen ail.
If c-r'ainly would h!l a bok.
Theie Is many a jica.-'ire trip
That any on'' can uk";
Just yoii have the pocket book
A:.d the d jliais there to br aV;.
The air here U S't icfres-h;::.
The ISoweis s' v iy brih' ;
Wit h !h- fefaas thai loui.j l.ku velvet.
! Makes everything lock out of si'ht.
So take a trip to Colorado,
Bjt slay mo:e than a w-ek or two;
For if y; do:.'t. yo I'll go away
Feeling nd-fl.ty blue.
Vou would Eay the sun is tx hot.
The al'irude tco high;
That it made you snez, it made you
And aimost made you try.
But, lake if all to?. th-r,
I know you vouid tf:!r:k it great;
Jast k-p c.:. a-p:arr:i:ig
To see this es:era state.
If You Don't Know About Hyomei,
Try It at Harper House Phar
Nearly every re;idr of Tbf Argun
rad about Hyorn i. but many -f
them coli'iiiue to ; ii ffcr v f i .ranii
just b- a use t !. do not exactly und' r
, Ftaud just what Hyoiuei ii. I
To the.se surJerers H. ). iolf j-ay.;
you don't have to k:.o.v anyihing abou
.'lyoind eXc, j,t t ;.t y0,, t,r,a:i,e it an i
that it does rift -or;'aiii cocaine or
opium er any Icrt'dul dreg.
j Vou an fliiii oi.t ail a!,rjut Hy;.ni 1
j v ifliout taking any :.at.ceH wiiat'-v r. ,
Jus' Ket an outfit today, read the fcbn-
ple Insi'i net jnn, frive It a Tair trial,
and then if you st-(. lltlt wjlhtij; to say
that. it. iis Hi-- be.st reiijciiv for catarrh
you ijtive i cr uneil. the Harp'T llout.e
rdiarmaey will gladly return your
A coiiipb te Ifyoruel outfit cost but
II. Kxira bottles, .") cetju.
Chtimberlnin's colic, cholera and dl
ftrh'.'a remedy ia today the best
known i.'icui' ine In une for the relief
ai 1 cure of boe o;nplalrt:i. It
i:r-H gripiiii.'. diarrhoea, d.vKenlery,
avd ?bould he taken at thf first un
ratura! IO';?ef.e-;s of ibe hov.i-ls It U
efj-uah) valuible lor childien atd
adults. It always cures. Hold by all
let us launder your shirts an 1 roM.i-2
tied in our iirr- modern ".ell ventilated
tion to ive your work the tie
r the glo.sa or dci.-.efct:c U:.ci
V'e ae now :i"ly fir
d sanitary huJding arid
Ht 'areful attention turning
us you mi.'.t dc-.i;o.
i 5 '
Ci'. e iia a trial. Let u thov
Phone weHl 23 7. 333 Scxnteenth St. g
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