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TOR RETT ROOMS
Mr. Hen Peck Tips the Waiter; It Was a Perfectly Good Nickel Too By Munhall.
3 'Oil RENT A lure modern furr.is:i
"1 r'to-.n. at 201$ fifth avenue.
For r.KXT Furnished room! for light
r ous-peeping at 307 Third street
fcr BENT Riomn for light house
keej :-.g at 41 S Eighteenth street.
I "OR RENT Mo4rr. ?
:::: Fourth ifr,;.
:rn;h.e room at
Old phone west
3 ' H RKNT Furr.l-.;..! rooms for Eht ,
' ous'-keepi-g ;it t;43 Seventeenth,
r".R, RENT Modrr. furr.Ished rooms
ft'so lizr.t hojji-kf ; Ir.g rooms, at 711,
FOR RENT Rooms for tight boui
keeping and lcerdr.g rooms at 21H
FOR RFN i Modern firnlhed rooms:
also light r ojekeeplng room: at
C. Fifth ivmuf.
FOR RENT Furnished room w!th mod
ern convergences and steam heat at
l'OT Sixth avenue.
THE ROCK ISUAXD ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1911.
( uavs ATtP 20 ewe
l HiMTMib.HENtty; yT
U,' HC TOO PDOUg lo TAe At.:
FOR RENT Two modern furnls'ued
rooms inr light housekeeping: use Of
prior.-: 27.3 Sixth av--;:e. j ;
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms.
h'. j light housek Mr,r roon:i. rea-
E'ghth avenue. I
FOR RENT Two modem furnished
room, suitable for or.e or two cen-
1 1 Eigntenth street.
I-OR RENT A modern furnished room;
iren:!!an preferred: reference re-
'luind fall at 1207 Fourth avenue.
KCR RENT Two unstairs and three I
d jwr.srairs furnished rooms for light j
l.")ukpii;g at 1023 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT -Furni.oi.ed room for light;
t.-t-i" keeping: ga. hath r.J furnc: ;
ewiv papered; ; 2715 Fif'ri avenue I
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms on
first floor, for llg.it housekeeping ; all ;
modrn; use of phone, at lt-13 Sixth!
a ver. u e.
FOR RENT Furnished room .-ill mod
ern, family f twi. at 121; Third av-:..;-,
ir.i reifcirtii ble ; ref r ;i':ejj r--r.lrl.
F"R RENT Two furnished rooms on
K-.nd floor. : 'r ;i-!n l.ous-keeping :
nil modern: u'- of phone, at I ? 1 3
i x t ti avenu-.
FOR RENT A Iar;i mod-rn furt.:hd
loom. jn prt-.. fanriv. IohM if i!--
ired. rent .i-rv r tn:..i h.t-. SU
T-iftn ff-t. j
JR RENT Modern furnishej sleeping!
room, with num hear, sijitaoie for
light ho'jpekeepi-.g. ut 15f,4 Flfth-arid-a-r
Jf aiiue. '
J OR RENT Mod
for ri, or
hoard if desired
i v a ; t
references required: j
at jr. 14 i.ig!.th avenue
FOR RENT Large niee:y furnished
modern ri.o:n in excellent locality,
"".iltabie for or.e or tuo gentlemen, at
.102 Seventeenth street.
1'R RENT - Furnished room.
Woard. modern n:t en fences ;
Tea,onahie. good location. 1121
nd avenue. Fhone 1220-K.
FOR rkst A strlct:y modern fur
etsiic.l ror.in r f'-i !.' exchanged:
reakfast ' 1 vd If desired. Call
momma .it l'.'ir; Fourteenth-and-a-half
F'R RENT -F.iL.r or five rooms on
i:rf tl'M i. mo room f.irnislied
r .- f iirrns ie.1. in tnoilern home; r..:'.
lo'j r lo., ; r-e !,.-. s I erpi (red,. Ad-
lte F. (1 lJ..x rf.;.. ejt.
I'oR RENT Fi:rniie,1 r iirifurt:iiied
modern r-o;-i. rrr.t cheap; lade with
good references preferred, who will
mind el.i'dren odd evenii-s; at l!0i
I'our'eer.t h -and-a - ha If street.
"OR KENT IIOC9K9
"R KENT Lower half of l,nui. four
' ooni Apply Jh3t Fiftii avenue.
l''R RENT --Six-room tioue, in go(i
lo-.-.at icin. Addrr-s ' i7." t ar Argus.
FOR RENT Slx-riwin modern liouse at
142o sixteenth avenue. Inquire at
J'oR RENT Three. r,.0m house ai
Twenty -second street. Inquire
rwi-t.ty-ft, on 1 ti t
I'oR RENT -- Eight-room
t:i'd"rn I rn provM..., t ; at
aielii.e. Inquiee wit! I :i.
I'oR RENT Six-room h
,.1,, .rj,. 1 1 i-f-; . ai 1 wat
'. v. ; t li gas.
arid sew.-r. !
l'i'l-lile t: pi et.feer.'il irf.
! f IK
: .-c -1 o,.ni tottage. 1. v
' !:d K-IS. g",.d h,.-a-
-4 Ninth s.lree-t.
- Mouses .
i : 1 "i
Ir'i iire at Wll- I
t"h I rotate and 1
i- cc rid avenue.
. 1 - 1
ni y oue also t
. " d or Fo 1; -:
ia ie. e'ul.
fi -e . room
-r'rr -d .
: EN I' 1
-t. A 1 ; I
1 k i:i:n r
v. 1 1 1:
it-, v 1 '
-1 x - r
.1 1 rept:.,ri
er . all old
almo-t new seven
a:.d cenient cei-
: at 1J t Twelft rs
2"" Sixth eV'tiUe.
1 ' in, i t v.
.1 : to" I a it
- ' r t 1 : d u 11 e
For ?:knt Nt-
.,.! el ,1 in every
I A" hit-, ks
:espe. t. good loca
rom Rrttadway Pre.
w i.i be va. ate 1 bv
R X ." care Argus.
H'R HEST MItELLA1Oll
FOil RENT- In Robinson building, well
1'g.ited offices. li conveniences, in
, ...d.ng eleatcr service, roomy vaults,
etc ; one li i 'e su.te with large pri---te
vau.t. Apply room IjO. F. JC
RENT sum .-
t 'tun :
FOR KENT A "tore, with living rooms
li. rear. Ca.l old phone west 11C4-K-luu
:,-e 1022 Twelfth avenue.
CENT - t
i' Ix ir,
M-dine IU .
te. . Mollne
:l v. I:.
"Kts.O" .tx .
ilASAiiE- l' 'R MEN ANL WOMEN. 1
Mrs E. W. Miller, graduate mas use.
eiictric vibrator trtataifnta. vapor
U'.; . scit :it r.c boor and facial cr.as-
-". therapeull - lights. p:nai treat-t:..-:.t.
SwtOi-!i ir.i vnnecl- etc .Hours ,
tr.rn 1 .1 am to 9 p m. Henley bu.ld
li.fc. ulte 12. corner Fourth and Brady
streets. Davenport. Iowa. j
WAMl.il A f-w Tl:I Icveetors to
.itiin u. in lorm.i.g sutali con. pan y to
farm 10u acres of beat irrigated land ;
In Texas near San Antonio. Land wlU ;
produc $4tio or more cleat profit per ;
err yearly Owner wiil accept por- I
t!.n of the crops for half of purchaa-
; - - of lard Ex.el.er.t chance ro
r.It and ; rflta. in vcImD L f ull
Information t ur" ,r.rd Address R i :
Kiift, general delivery. E.axuaa City, !
FOR REM FLAT S.
FOR RENT Modern six-room fiat;
quire 4331 Sixth avenue.
j FOR RENT A f:ve-room modern flat;
Jl a month. Inquire 1311 Fit th-and
j a-haif avenue.
I FOR RENT Tw,, fi.rs. located at 1.00'
and 1002S Fourth avenue. Iriuulic
113 Fourth avenue.
FOR HIE NT.
iJEKOKE goir.e houst hunting '-orne
and see our list 0 vacant houses. We
tave t he coaapiett list of th" tr
clties, and will aasikt you to get o- '
cated without one cent of expense.
Bummfcrfleld'u. 113-116 East Becyud
PROFESSION A I. UTOKMilS.
JACKSON. liL'HsT Ac S i'Ai l U.".
loriitiaii-iaw. o:!'n.e in Kvl4 Isiuua
National Dar.k bulid ng
SEARLF. MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan u:i good rea.1 estate
sti.uriT. Room." and Jul. siliiy
building. RoeK Inland. III.
WILLJAM. M. WALKER Attorney,
geircral law bjs.ii'. colouration,
probate an- real estate law; 211 Feu
ple's Bank ouilUK.g. i'lione west 34V.
WALKER. LNGKAM Jk Stt'EENEI At
torneys and counselors at law. Money
to loan on real estate. It joins 2UU
I'Jj. I'eopic a National hank builulng.
ltc",4ri 1 " "-' ix Attorneys-ai-
. "uo.t ii.wui j wu ,..oa r . uril ;
make collections. P.eferer.ces. Mitch-
ell A Lynde. bankers.
& Lynde building.
A. I.. RAY Attorney, pru tii e In a'l
courts; money to lend 0.1 good real
estate security: advice to lad.es fre.
every Thtirndav lr,,m 1 until 1 o'clock
p. in. Office 4'.'7 Suf-ty Liullduig. Ro-k
1 Island. 111. Residence, 212 Fifth
street. Stock of all kinds boug hi and
I'LEASENT F. COX Heal Eteatid
Insurance. U'ana a xpecialty. Best
fire companies represented. Vour pat
ronage follclled. i'iiones west 22. and
r.ew ill 2. OHice at court house.
BENNETT S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident. Health and plate glass;
real estate and loans Second tloor.
Safety bu'.iding OfBce phone wett
i5. Residence phone 72B-K.. Ope.i
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BO.NL IOL' Ekecutors. ad
niinistralore , gaurdians . trustees' or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodge and '
society offiVers; city., state or LT. B. ,
government orTlcials; contractors, po- :
unions of trust, in fact, any kind of
bond you want texcept bail bonds .
Terms reasonable. liayes & fleve
land. resident iiiauattm, 1'iueluy i
Oeposlt company of Maryland.
ABn; t( , l OK ;
AwiitAcic 01 nue prepaieu or cou
tlnucd to date covering any real es
tate lu the county. I'rorni t a:ici ac
ruiate service at rtasonatda rates.
Rock Island Title tV ADeiract coin
rany; J. J Ingrain, pre-lu- 111. W. J. ,
bweeney. secr tary: 200-2'Hj. second
floor. Peoples National bank ound-
IF lor WANT' to bu. seiradeor
rent anything, engage ht'o or necure
a sltuatlor.. the Mall and Journal in
the only paper in Mol.ne that can do
it fcr you. Mail and Journal wnnts
are popular, and Mail and Journ.il
wants tiring r-s Its. On-.-ralf cot
per wcrd U the price to all aile.
cash in advance: two-cent .slan.p.- wrii
tio. Evening a?:d Saturday Ma.l and
jc .ri i. Hour.. la
Ml ll ll-l.l .
F.I.IK 1 IIOI. . Ms.
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MONEY TO LOA5.
LOANS e lurniture. p;auos. horses,
wagons. .It... quickly, privately, at tne
lowest rates. Mutual Loan compan)
tuntnc). room 411. People's a.Vtiona,
tank building Nt phone -109, old
pheue wet 121.
HENRY UAET1IJE Proprietor Chip
pianocK nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, m.7
Record iv?r. xeiepncDe 111ft.
The largest assortment tf
covelties Jn the way c-f pu:r:
kitib. caps, horns, ca:. nap
kins, tablecloths, paper cet o
rations. pumpkins for salted
nuts, snappers, p;r.s, etc . car.
be fotind at Math's.
For jour Halloween diccer
individual pumpkins. ; -napkins
w th fa e.. u-no pa'Tie
and cuks :th faces, are jus:
171R-171R Scond Avenue
M P!i no West 1 1fi.
WASTED MALE HELP
easy terms. Inquire at residence.
ttANTED Bov IS ye.ir rl to work in I
pres.- room; r ermanent position. Ask FOR SALE Lot In fcouth Heights,
:or Mr. Journey, (orfir.ii:. Argus pi t sm easy terms. Inquire Charles L'llemejr
room. I er, druggist, 6S4 Sixteenth street.
WANTED Farm hand at George Voss- j
farm, two miles west o: Milan, on '
WANTED Young men to sell goods on .
He k lland passenger trains. In- I
i iire ii, tun; avenue.
-At once, plasterers: must be:
apiihi- of do'.rg cement plastering.!
nr iy ai kock luiand postomce bulla-
FOR SALE Five-room house, on Sev-
WANTEli Hoys willing to work: good er.tec.-nlh and Aiken streets; price $1.-
! an- t 1. am trau-: salary teason- ! Omo cash. Apply L. F. Robinson, 1710
ijbi t . start. Apply Po-tal Telegraph- j St-cond avenue.
'.ih).- l ompanv. I
i FOR SALE At a bargain, a store, with
A NT F.r I desire the services of an; flat above, located at 27J Fifth ave-
t -!. t.-l man aoQua'ti'ed with Hi. nue. Inquire E. Thonn. 1 Twenty
1. is-ir.. ".-' interests o! ti e eity Hock eighth street, city.
lia:!. A. . Newberry. IMS'- Third I
i-.v.-n .e. ' FOR SALE A IC-room h. jae. In nice
WANTED Machinist and metal pat-
r r, makers. Apply I.;. bur Itureau,
'!il-'i' Manufacturers' association.
Moline Theatre building. Mo'.ine. No
WANTED fhicaso firm, operatliig ilis
t r.i.ul ing ?'!' e. d ; j- c- cimi-etenl ex-
. t:'.:v: will allow 41.'.,, monthly and
extra commission; permanent: must
iar: v ah stock of at least $il"J. i
i!.-r: : Manager. D pt. H 17, New
R;i".er hu.lding. fhi'-ago. 111.
WANTED Industrious inrn and wo.
ice:,, at iso .oek. room 1" 1 li. HoiT- ;
lei' . I-anagtt. Mobile, III. 1. J, I OlieC
1 s 1
. c v t one t;,.ous. Il'csii
li.e fH' t'.l ). t;.e hest ver pro- :
a i.e.,ss:t iii every home,
. i-a-.k. husiue-,4 house, school
et can readily earn $18 to
w.-ek. permanent, pleaxant.
t re-.ce hefore our teriitory
t! up- Hour", 5 to in a. rn. anil .
is :; k
I to ,
WANTEI Ahle bodied men for the I".
S n.a r : i.e corps, between the ages of
1 '. an.l :s; ; must be native horn or
i avc lirst paper3, monthly pay $li to
tj'.i; ad i i t h ria 1 ctfiiipei.aat lo.u possi
'. :. : f- .,d. Joining 'I'isrlT! und med
ical a 1 rida n-e iie; after 30 ears'
st r : an ictire witu 75 per cent of
p.iv st.J al ! , ances ; a,::ice 0:1 hoard
s.np ,:i-l asiioi-e in all parts of the
world. Apply at I'. S. Marine Corps
Recruiting office. State Bank build
ing. Koi'k Island. '
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED- U ..man him.
"I". S. . ale ArfU-s.
H AM ED
i . o i s f v, o :
j rl to !. general hoie
I'lt Nltitii aver. ue.
-At oiue. git! to do general:
k at Fifteenth street.
.1 s i , , , . ;
I'rir: tt, do ),,
tic work ; no
en lie. i'u r .
W'A NT ED - A
good girl or
; 'L-s w o .
1 : . ' 1 i r e
"A N T I i i )
man t 1 take Imtnli,
fo:- Tani'lv of three
t . .7-1.. r "1,11 1 M 7
V A 1 ED SITCATIOS
; a u -! . 1 1 o
' . B ." -I.
si. 1 r.d.
l'usi'ittu hy ex nenced
: 31.lt 1 and boo K !.ee;.r
- Fourth avcu .e. Kock
- ' 1
l IMEil MI.rEl.l,AEOl'S '
.tin at II'
i'kii'B, at 711 T.ten-
A NTE i 1
in 1- ::
St I e . t.
, v., ltd'
' ce J
tii'j at sjj
1 tooiners in
"ANTED - Di esvmakir.g. also ladles
;a:! i ed sk.rts made. Mr, f. X. Ross.
"21' i'ltlh-ar.d-a-half awniu. l'hone
WANTED - - Washir.g and houseclean
ing the la : g-.oii work guaran
teed Diop a caia to Mis. A. Miller,
ill Tei. tii .treet.
WANTED To buy. fHleel or partly fill
ed Spe.-ry J I u t - li mson green trad
1: g stan.p l ooks. Address 'Stamps, '
, a r . A I g us.
WANTED To launder, lace curtains.
work promptly ui:r. lot and daily-
e red Mrs. Luel-a 1 Uleruigton. 1444
Foul tee 11 til llre,L 1 , ol 1,1.11,1. -!
WANTED Students In elocution and!
piiysi.al culture, by the Misses Lan- ,
uahl. graduates of Northwestern unl-
vrs:t... Fcr rateji call 2v Seventh '
a V e u
WANTED To buy, a five or six-room
int-dei u houe, witn iiedroom n
g-.i:.d floor, i.i good neighborhood.
w:thui walking d. stance of business
tiistri t. Address ' X. 50." care Ar
1. ...k r
toung couple 10 rake a
. . orui.c .e-a, PLir.,.
1, nEn.ow, seven io ..ins. bath and pan-
t' femare. rat . eieclrlc 1: a-h t !
- 'r.-.i i missio" oak 14,, a . n
ioiar e Ji t montr Mrd expenses. 1 li
.42- 1 :i!.t.t'' a-.cn P-ore 1 . 1 .
X " .Ciaui l-dvctoier.
desire to i,rj our thanks fur
f e many f.orai tributes and the acts
f ki-.daes a r.d sympathy 011 the oc-
a!-n of tie ;e,i-n of our wife and;
n''!'. Mr. J'e'er Hoiiman. Peter'
I'oitman. Kai'lanl and family.,
Mr Amt'.i. Sorferherg. Mrs. Roe
M-- :.. tt :d;am E'.'t'ar.d.
rkB P-ga lTner44f-m !
(Tte Beat is the Cheapest. )
c-T- TttB- 1 t..UTVIVn a.-r .., w I t
CSce. 172 Tbird avenue. Rates res
ROCK I.ST. AND, n.L.
FOR SALE CTTT PROPERTY
rOR SALE Eight-room house, corner
Twentieth strewt and Tenth avenue;
FOR SALE For J 2.000. a five-room
house, partly modern: corner lot, near
school and street car; at 1325 Thirty
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, new seven
room modern house; lot 40x130; on
oar line. Lininger & Meyer. 1810
FOR SALE A seven-room house, with
furnace, gas. and batn; lot 60x193
rood chance for somebody: 2101 Ser-
location, with mil mud conveni
ences; cn car line. In, re at "(01
FOR SALE Fine east fr lo? on
Twenty-stxth street between Seven
teenth and Eighteenth avenues
Charles 1 "Lienieytr. druggist.
FOR SALE Lots In Island View Heights
audition; finest lu the city; ask tor
pri'-es and terms. C. S. McDameL Io2
Safety building. Rock Island.
FOR SALE t'ottajre in desirable neigh -l.crhood.
near Long Yiev.- paik: two
lots .t"xD5'u with bearing fruit trees,
and other improvements; price rea
sonalde. fail ir,21 Nineteenth ave
nue. FOR SALE A nice building lot. con
venient to arsenal or Mohne. und one
block from school house; one
block froTti Elm street car line; will
sell ut cost if taken soon. Call U33
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
south of Aiken street. between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
ensv terms- X!f down h'ancp In 'IvA
year.'-. E. W. Robinson. 1104 Rich-!
mond street. Fhone west 1160-K.
FOR MALE At H08 Fifteenth etroet,
east rront facing Long View parg.
seven-room modern cottage, with bath
and furnace; 13.000; one-half cautt,
easy terras for baiance; rents for f2o
per month. F. K- Khoada, 100 Rob
inson building. I
FOI SALE L4ta on Sixth and Seventh
streets, between Fourteenth and Eigh-tee.-rn
avenues; cement walks; easy
wrjaing distance of west end factor
ies , terins, small payment down, bal
ance on your own terras. Inquire of I
J. G fcolieucrmaa. 1V.0 Slxin street.
LOST AMI MliJD
f i 'I 'ND Small rabbit hound: owner can 1
have s-itne l.v idem j 1 y intr and pn vlng
for ad. In ' lir e .".3f T ent v-s.-, ond
I.' iri'i' W. duesda t
si ret t a nd Elev
nue an. 1 Tw n:
th -and -a - half uve-
-iiintn street and!
Thirtetnth avr,m". a
with name "D. Uunnin
ni raved in
Sid". Address 2
half avenue and i
event h -and
re wa rd.
Snle of Krai Katate.
virtue, of an nd, 1- j-nd decree of I
ti e t-r.-nate 1 ,,ui c ot kok island cotin-
ty. I.:i:ic-is, made on the petition of the
undersign d. t.er.tral Trust i. Savinirrt
-j.ir.K.. atrn.nistraT.il ' inn testamento ;
... ... - - . tiiai.. j - -- -- -
.i-c.-jsed. for leave to s 11 the real es- FOR HALE Or excLiango, desirable S0
t.nie rf ..ja deceased, at tne September ' acre ini innroved (arm in the d.ilrv
itra. a i'. iii. or saia court, tn-v.-lt:
.n ii:t 6th day ot St ptember, l'jll. we
s: ai!. on tiie Hlsi ay of October next,
between the hours of 10 o'clock in the
forenoon and 4 o't lock in the afternoon
"f said day, to-wit, at the aour of i
o'clock In the forenoon, sell at p ihla:
sale, at the east d "r of the court house.
in the citv cf Rock Island, in said j
county, the real estate desuribed as fol-
lows, to-wit: I
All that part of Jot thirteen (13). in
Brashar's sub-division of the west sev-er.ty-four
and seventy-seven hundredths
, 7 4 7 7; acres, of the north one-eighth
(1-S .of section eleven (11). township
seventeen 117) north, range two 2
west ot the fourth f4th) principal me
ridian, which lies west of the Tri-t'ltv
Railway company s right of way. said
premises being formerly known as lots 1
eleven 11). twelve (12). thirteen (131.
fourteen (14 , fifteen 15) and sixteen
' 1 t . and the alley dividing them, in
Edward H. Guyer's sub-division of said
lot thirteen (IS), and being now va-
cated. situated in Rock Island county.
Illinois, subject to a lease thereof to
one larnh Waldrr.an. runnln. fpAm
month to month: on the following ,
terms to-wif Cah. I
CENTRAL TRUST BAVTNOS BANK.
Administrator c. t. a. or tbe Estate of1
Louis Allars, deceased. '
Dated this 26th day of September, A.!
' D. 1S11. '
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
Estate of Eliabeth Runge, deceased.
The undersigned having been an-
p-dnted administrator of tfie estate of!
Elizabeth Runge, late of the county of j
Hick island, state of Illinois, deceased.
hereby gives rot ice that re will appear1
.? " '.'V. "7. V'L " .r-' .
" - 'ort lI!e -outi. 01 r.gta lsiano
com, 1 y . at me ('ivusit t:ouri num. in
the city oj
tne city 01 no, iBiauo. at ir.a January i
term, on tne nrst .Monoay in January
.e nr. .ttoT.oay in jar.tiarv :
next, a' which time aii person
.claims against said estate are notified
; and requested to attend for the purpose
sons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to
Dated JSth day of October. A
1901. C. F. RLNGE.
Estate of Harry Gsllerman. daeeased.
Th undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the lt wiil and
testament of Harry oa-ltrman, late
the county of Rock island, state of mi-
she wtif appear before Hon. Benjaniin :
Beil. ludsre of the orobate court cf Rook '
nols. deceased, nereoy gives sou that
I Beil. judge of the probate court cf Rock
Island county, st tne probate court
room. In the city of Rock Ia.and. at the
December term, ro the first Mor.day ir. .
- 'eteotoe. irim. - u -..t -u"..ua
December next, at wr.ico Utne all per-I
I sons r.av.rg c:aums against said eatats
1 are notified and requested to attend for
' tha purpose of having tha same adjust
ed. All persons Indented to said estate
are r')'jf to make immediate pay
ment ro tre undersigned.
Dated third day of October. A. D. nil.
j JENNIK GALLERM AN, Egecutrla.
1 Marion E. Sweeney, attorney.
POR BALE X1Sn:iVJLA?rEOt;9
FOR SALE Safe; good sused; address
"C. S. H" care Argus,
FOR SALE Tova. notions, and dry
goods. Trefx & Co.. 2011 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE Riverside hard ooal stove,
good aa new. at 1308 Twenty-sixth
FOR SALE Paying business for I1T5
cash If sold In five days; will Invoice
I5U0. Call west 1753-X.
ffnud winter livrn: alao Phelio OOODS :
602 Webb street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Gold Coin- strain of Buff
Orpingtons, old and young, at a dis
count. Inquire J. B. Joseph. Sears.
FOR SALE Heating stove, soft coal
burner, and all kinds of household
furniture, at 140S Twenty-sixth street.
FOR SALE A gentle family horsa, euit-
aujt- ,1,1 11 - c ' wiviTi e. ' e-
llverv tw-ork. at 635 Twenty-second!
FOR SALE Cheap, a small Royal Jew
el range, and a Riverside hot blast
heater, at 1517 Seventh avenue. Old
phone west 977.
FOR SALE Cheap, an upright piano; 1
oak case; good as new. Inquire For- j
tietli street, second bouse south of
FOR SALE Meat market, with com
plete fixture!?, at 1230 Thirtieth street.
Inquire 1513 Eleventh street. Old
phone west 1334-T.
FOR SALE Pine and oak kindling and
furna.-e wood by Kalilke. Bros. Puone
west a. 3..',,, per load, delivered. No
orders delivered on hliL
FOR SALE At a bargain.
laday fl e-passenger car. M. H. ,
Wile her. ilcher s garage. 1516
Fourth avenue. Phone west 394.
FOR SALE Winter apples, hand pick-
ed. ij" cenls a bushel, delivered. H. F.
Spitznas. 'i went v-fourtli street. Soulh :
Rock Island. Pnone s!l. live rlnss.
FOR. SALE Or trade, moving picture i
show or moving picture outiit, com-,
.,..... ...... . ........... li.a,-iru- i i.
price' verv cheap if taken at onct'
Phone west 1J20-K.
FOR SALE -Swttt freh apple cider;
van s'hip it the same day it is made,
orders taken for 10 gallons and up.
12?. cents per gallon. Address Charles
H. llauiatin. Gcne.eo. 111.
FOR SALE One new medium sized oak ,
healing stove, one folding bed one
iron, baby bed, one clothes mangle.
Inquire at McCarthy grocery store.
N111M1 street road. South Rock Island.
FOR SAi-E A malleable steel range,
used but little; iirsl cost $56, goes lor
2; and a f 3 S foiditig bed. complete,
$10. First house east of Twelfth
street on 111 uuiiar street. South Rock
FOR S -t-E LANDS
An so-acre farm, near Sil
via; a bargain. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE is'.' acres land; tine lm
prov en.ents . near Taylor Ridge; 1
bargain. Keidy Uroa.
ncre rarrn. lniprove-
woi tii $... $' an acre, Z'J7-
n ;-e I .a iair,. inipioveu. an
-..re " , l . ,-,-e 1,-wn farm mir.rltve- ,
inei.ts worm -:.. i.riee $:S an acre.)
iianison Real Estate corn 1 any. Na-
tlonal P111K huilaicK, Davenioi L
i FOR SALE Sever.
I W rti. county, Jo
mprovt-u iman in ,
1 h-e farms are
1 tv" a
1. i hla,-k soil:
noue more loan
tour miles from raiiroao. prices
rauK 1 'K 1101a ce. w..j v etc .
'Ihese farms are a 1 bar:aiiis. wil-
J'.ock Irdaiid house.
belt u ". I.' consin. t lir, -r - f ourt h s mil.
to volume, seiit.ol. cieaiio-iy. and ru.l
1 ;ad : !al:o:i; wl!l se ou easy tt rru-i
or exchange for sninll projieity in
tn-citb.s. For particular address
"B. 2'i0." car.- Argus, ir apply
Nir:th street. Rock Islarid.
Rock Island, III.. Sept. 14.
Notice Is hereby given that
Ing of the stockholders or the Crescent 1
Macaroni &. racker company, an 1U1- '
nom corporation, will be held at the;
office of Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, j
Robinson building, city of Rocn Island.
.-",aJJd,JtJ lnJj' dinJ?-.S
2&th day of October, 1911. at the hour
of 10 o'clock in tha forenoon of said
day, for the purpose of submitting to
.aid stockholders the question of the
surrender of the charter, franchises,
and corporate name of said Crescent
Macaroni & Cracker company, an Illi
nois corporation, and the d.ssoiution of
PAL LO RODDEWIG.
tt ALT EK S -IjM I OT.
HERMAN O . SCHMIDT,
Being ail or tne ooara 01 directors or
Jackson, Hurst A Stafford, attorneys.
A two- story house in South
t-1. V1J 1-. KCl T
&uc& isiduu IJ u luv uuaiiv. 1U
ursi Kidiaa DUafJC, guuu uaiu, aii
kindS of -TTJ.it
To sell quick at . . . $1,700
HUBBARD & TONN
405 Best Building
Phone 333. Rock Island, 111.
WE WANT YOU
To know that your credit is good'
here if you are ercnloyed.
SALARY LOANS OUR SPECIALTY
v.'e do Lusir.e-S strictjv private. A '
ca.ll will satisfy you. Cail, write or j
CITIZENS' LOAN CO
Room 6, MCKJEle blk Phone Last,
1187. 15th St. ant! 4th Ave.. Molina
THE SECOND GRAVEDIGGER.
Ha Saw Hi Chano and Mad a Big
Hit In "Hamlet."
A company playing "Hamler was 1
forced to find an actor to play the "sec
ond grraTedigger on account of the 111
nesa of tbe second comedian of tbe
company. Tbe only actor available
was a variety performer who had no
reverence for Shakespeare and no re-
, anv-t for th frartitiona of t hf lnalc
The second gTa.-ediKgeT was
a comedy part, and be knew that be
conld "get away with It."
When the first ffravedlKKer threw off
the waistcoat, revealing another un
derneath, the audience tittered. The
removal of the second waistcoat
brought a loud laugh, and the third
produced a roar. The first jrravedltrger
. 1 1 . . j
He had never played
v. as ueucuieu
to such an appreciative audience, and
visions of arood notices In the papers i
and a possible increase In salary be-
can to loom up before his eyes
he threw off the fourth waistcoat he
turned partially around, and the cause
of the unusual bit was disclosed to
The secoDd gravedipjrer. beinp accus
tomed to build laughs on lines and
business of other actors, saw his op
portunity and seized it. As fsst as
the first gTavcdlRKer would throw the
waistcoats on the pround the variety
: comedian would piok tbem up and put 1
I them on. The new business was much j
runnier to the audience than the old, :
with which it was thorotichly familiar.
Not content with having stolen the j
laughs from the regular comedian In 1
this scene, the new man went further. !
When the first gravedigger said to him.
"Go, get thee to Yaughnn; fetch me a
stoup of liquor" (to which there is no
reply in the text), the JlteMstaut sextOD
"Yaughan told me to tell you that
' yotl couldn't have !Uir more? liquor
from him till you paid for the Iat you
got." Eramett C. King in Bookman.
OLD PERSIAN RUGS.
They Retain Their Sheen
Spite of Their Great Ago.
If you have ever seen : Persian rug
fifty years oM r oldor which hud
been used only In its native country
you have doubtless observed that,
though made of wool, it had the sheen
of velvet. This was dde partly to the
excellence of the dyes and the work-
mansuip. rut partly ai.-so to me racr
that it had never known the touch of
a .'hoe. but had t een walked over in
1 stockinged feet. If a man should en
ter your drawing room und sttunl on
the sofa and upholstered chairs !t
would appear no inor," O'ltrageous to
vr.ii than It does to a Persi -in to walk
i with shoes upon his rug.
jj eems itriposst.,;, that sucn a
, . , ,
l.er, of irnl f nnr it ci r, P,.r: nr rut' t.hnlli,1 :
ho produced n the rudest or looms.
consisting, as they do, merely of crook-
ti'in of th' !',oin eiil:iiris why It Is
that every genuine Persian rug of
any length is more or less crooLed.
This ii liecflurp afier pu rt of it is
woven it must he removed from the
lor ru and lowered, md on so crude nn
affair it 14 imposuMe to pet the w,,rp
I of the second part exactly straight
j with that of the first part.
i Until quite recently each province
had it9 own style of rutr. each village
its own pattern, and vet each rug had
an individuality of iu own. and tio tw
rugs were identical in design. The
weaver copied designs and effects
from trees and flowers or from com-
mon oblex-ts in evervdav ne. 5?orne-
times a verse frr.m the Koran or a
stanza of a poem in the graceful, in
tricafe Arabic character formed part
of the pattern. New York. Sun.
"Yiddish." properly speaking. Is not
a language. It is n mixture of poor
German, worse Hebrew and In Russia
bus some itussian words added, it
has. however, a considerable utera
ture. including a large number of
newspapers and other f-eriodicals, and
is osed colloriuially by Russian. Polish
and Huni-arlan Jews. In the United
States it Is spoken by more or leis re-
rent immigrants only, their children
ab-olately refusing to use it, end their
attempts to mske them do so is the
chief cause of the disagreement be-
tween thetn which the parents so bit-;
terly complain of. American Israelite.
A Soldier' Reply.
A eoldler cf Marhal Saxe's army,
being discovered Id a theft, was con
demned to be hariged. What he ba 1
stolen might be worth 5 shillings. Th.
marital. lut-etlDj Liu at he was be
ing led to execution, said to him.
-what a miserable fool you were to j
rl,l- r lif. fr r. .H"in.. '
risk your life for 5 shillings !'
General." replied the soldier.
Late risked it every day for my pay
nvepnce." This repartee saved his j
The Best He Could Do. ;
"NOW. ceLitie-Ceo." sai J the staze ,
mxnsrur a rhMiil , nt vn,, -,, ,
to wear yo.r heavy overcoat la iVSmL.
TRTO LODGE. NO. 67. A. F. A. M.
Meets In stated communication
the first Thursday of each
month at 7:4 p. ro By ordet
of Carlton O. Taylor. W. M.; VUllat
B Fetttt. secretary.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Regular freight and passenger serv
ice between Kock Island and julnov.
For Maacatls aad nnrllaarl'sa Itm,
auad Way Palate,
Steamer Helen Lllalr lvavea Rock Is
land every Monday. Wednesday and
Friday at 4 p. iu. Close connection made
at Burlington for Keokuk. Iowa, and
I Wuincy, 111. Round trip fares. Including
meals and berth, to Burlington. t; to
Keokuk. Jil.ou; to Qulncy. ts.
umllay Afteraiooa Trip to Muacatlae
Steamer Helen Blair leaves every Sun
day at 3 p. tn. for alusiatlne and re-
j the Coau
For rales and Information apply to
KALI 'II W. LAM O.N T. Agent,
i Dock, foot of NineleenLli atreeL. kock
Island. 111. Plionca west las and weal
EXPRESS AND frOHAGG.
RELIABLE Sl'UKAliU On hrst floor;
also manufacturer of awnings, tents,
wagon covers, etc. Tenia for rent O.
Koessler A Co.. 2u Fifteenth street
scone, as it Is supposed to be aa ex
tremely chilly night."
"I have no overcoat, sir." replied on
of the actors. Then a bright thought
struck him. "But 1 could put n my
heavy underwear." Eouton TranscripL
TThinirh there are n timnbor of d1f-
j reront kln(ls of .00x pl)onr iron wood,
nf ,.,,. -loM ,.nrd tw.r Mmt en
, thp lierf.est flre uas dimcnlty In "get
ting bold" of It, there Is only one sort.
so far as now known, that is practical
ly fireproof. This Is a small scraggy
tree, n native of Soulh America, call
ed the ahopaln, with thick, tongh,
stringy bark full of a sort of fire renlst
ing sap. This curious shrub grows
largely on the great, grassy savannas,
whl"h are swept by fire almost every
year during the beat of the summer.
There it thrive splendidly, for the an
nual scourge kills off only Its bigger
and hardier competitors and leave., the
ground free for the growth of this
Your cough annoys you. Keep on
hadtin and tearing tli" (Jellcito mem-
brar,P3 cf your throat If von want to
ho annoyed. Jin' if yon v.-ant relief,
want, tn bo cured, take Chamberlain
Couth Keinedy. Sold by all druggists.
AN OLD REMEDY
FOR BLOOD POISON
Fcr more than forty years S.S.S.
is been curina Contapious Blood
1 . , . .
; nas ukcii curing ,omaglOU5 DIQOU
Poison in all its forms and stages,
the safest as well as most leliable
remedy for this disease. One rea
son why S. S. S. is so successful in
curing Blood Poison is tuat it
strengthens end builds up the St 071 -
acfi anj Jiggle members ahile
J- t r 1
eradicating the poison from the
blood. The greatest of all reasons
however is because this medicine
. . ...
possesses just tfie proper mgredi-
ents, blended and compounded in
5acn sceniSc proportion, OS to
1 . ., 1.1
purifier ever placed upon the mar
ket. S. S. S. is made entirely of
roots, herbs and barks, and in ad
dition to its value as a remedy, is
the one blood medicine which may
fce useJ without any bad effect, ttO
.. a .. . .
a"'r 0W delicate the System.
Aof a particle of strong mineral or
other harmful drag enters into U 3
reposition, and you can take it
asSure(l that it Vill cure you and at
the same time build up your system,
s. S. S. cures permanently and per-
ffCtly, removing every symptom of
the trouble by nature's true way re-
moving the inward cau.e. S. S. S. Is
sold at drufc stores. Ilotae Treatment
Uxik free to all.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. AtUtm. Cm.
CONTRACTORS AWU IILUICHS.
Contractor and Builder.
1-,6-t iUcIuucnd lMrt,
tU k Ulsnd. I1L
Chon Wtmt li&5.JC
joufa--tu.rere of Sash. Door BHads
atnd Ktaira Inttror nutsh of all kinds
Hardwood Venn r HoorlDg. aad dsal-
Ill and ilt tlgateenia