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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1912
1 "EXCUSE ME" Drawn by M. Myer
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Argu Branch Offices
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has established a avstem or branch of
fires, where subscriptions and want ad- I
varttaint; mar be received and anr in-
formptlon left that may pertain to anr i
d'pertment of the paper, newa or busi
ness It la also planned to have at eecn
of thee branch offices every evenln a
supply of copies of Tbe Ara-us of the
day. ao that any subscriber who may
have failed under any circumstances to
receive his paper, will be supplied free
The Are-us chain of branch offices
Includes the following:
J. J. Klpp's notion store. 460a Fifth
H. B. Rowe'a pharmacy, 4111 Four
Rless lrua- atore. Twenty-seventh
street. f4venth avenue.
Ullemeyer's drus; stors. Eleventh ave
nue Fifteenth street.
Oeora-e W. Mlllbouaa. confectionery.
40 Fourth avenue.
Mr. Ixindon'a notion store. Seventh
etret. Fourteenth avenue.
Helmbeck's pharmacy. all Third ave
nue Sens; ere grocery. Ill Eleventh
Rodert drus; etore. Thirtieth street
and Fifth avenue.
rolleae pharmacy, Peventh avenue
and Thirty-eirh'.h atreet.
Olson grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Rtelner drug store, comer Fifth ave
nue and Twentv-thtrd street.
FOR RENT Modern eight-room house,
centrally located. PUone west CI7.
FOR RENT Beven-room modem house,
also furniture for sale, at 429 Forty
FOR RENT 81 -room house, all mod
ern except furnace. Inquire 929 Sev
FOR RENT Five-room house at 121
Sixth atreet. Inquire at loll Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT South half of modern dou
ble house at 902 Seventeenth street.
Inquire 1U0 Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT A modern five-room cot
tage at 1127 Twelfth street. Inquire
at 1112 Twelfth street. Phone west
FOR RENT Threa modern eight-room
houses at 1214 Fourth avenue and
1121 Fourth avenue. Inquire 1231
FOR RENT Hslf of double house, sev
en rooms, with all modern convent
rnipi. at 1113 Eighth avenue. Phone
west 1443-X. Max Taxman.
f ull RENT Nine-room modern house,
located at 716 Twenty-second street.
Hock Island, 111. Inquire of Robert
Bennett. Jr. room 209 Safety build
ing FOR KENT Four-room house, acre of
ground, good chicken hmise. well and
.-intern. at 1319 Twenty-seventh
street. Inquire 21.04 Eighteenth ave
nue. FOR RENT New five-room 'house,
modern except furnace; corner Ninth
avenue and Twenty-fifth street. In
quire 3j Twenty-fifth street. Phone
FOR RENT A six-room house in good
condition, modern except heat; large
rooms, large garden spot, lot 4xlo;
on Twelfth street, one block from car
line. Address "X. Y. Z.'' care Argus.
FOR RENT Eight-room house; all
n,odern, corner Fourteentn-and-a-hsli
street and Sixteenth avenue. Ask
lirard-ley Uallcy. 217 tlgiitevnta
street or A. B. Shaw, 1460 r If letiilu
FOR RENT Flat at 170m Third ave
i.ue. Inquire 17uu Third avenue.
FOR ItKNT Four or five-room modern
flat at 121V Uhird avenue. Inquire
FUR RENT Four-room flat, with bath,
Willi modern ivnvuiiivi.ccs. nu cnli
divu. Inquire Twentieth street.
FoK KENT Four-room healed flat, en
tirely modern, best location, very i
intsMitauic. to couple wituout chil
Uiau. lng.Li.re west ,
Fori KENT Two modern flats, slx
rooiu littl, aiso flve-rooiu ilt; era
I ,:.lgi and TMenly-liisl atresia.
li.tlu.te 1kv1 'lwentlvlu sttceL
(vu ul.:i ieo-acre larm. Anuaius.a,
i.. ji.iMi 1. li.u,-.i J'.iu
!.;u. L l(UB v.iitl slots, Cl OvU
I ..ft. 1.1.
no Matt is.
JALKSUA, llClUl !' r Jli.LJ At
lvrnr e-al-taw. tuice lu Hoc laiaau
.NAt, .!.. bftlllt bui.ulug-
fccAivL-k. 4k ilAltaUAUu UM1
Munvy lo lean ou aoo4 tptu awtavie
sev'i.ty. Kooula. wi and - aniy
Bunding. hiHis island, ill
WILLIAM M. WsXKBA Attorney.
guiaj laer bw.um, corporation,
piooat a.iu real aeiat law, 41 few
pies bank bul.ding. PUoue west .
WALKEK. LNJRAis m WhVfcN a I Al
lot n, and counselors at utw. Money
lo Kan ol real estate. Rovms lou-i-eopiee
National bank beud.ng.
Me EN IK T McENIRT Attomeys-at-
la Loan money on good security;
m.n couevtioua. Raferencea, Mitch
eil si I.ynde, bankers. Uttloe. MkicheU
ABSTHAlTS Or TITU6.
AliS TRACTS of title prepared or co
tinued to date covering any real es
tate la the county. Prompt and ac
curate rervlce at reasonable rate.
Hxk Is. and Title Abstract com-
. J. J. Icaram. president: W. J
&Jtney. Secretary; 10e-IS. secon
Boor. People's National bank butld-
n. Koca Island.
l lil Mi HXKJICAL SPINAL ADJUST
iliO.NTd given In yor home, private.
ly tibtrt adjuster. Ad areas u.
lix lo. Kock Island.
bWkLilBli MOVEMENT Miss A. aUa
arsen. graduated Swedish saasaaus
aives treatment la private hots
Phone west S-L Adoraaa 1S Tklr-
FOR REST Light housekeeping room.
217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern nine-room house.
Inquire 01 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, steam
heated; 1(11 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Three modern unfurnish
ed1 rooms at 1125 Third avenue.
FOR KENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping at 107 Third street.
Two modern furnished
1317 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Four large modern rooms.
on aecond floor, at 629 Ninth atreet.
FOR RENT A store room at 227 Twen
tieth atreet. Inquire 1011 Third ave
nue. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping at 1&20 Fifth av
enue. FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms,
laundry privileges, at 627 Seventeenth
FOR RENT Modern rooms for light
housekeeping at 1928 Ninth avenue.
Phone west 1942.
FOR RENT Modern unfurnished room
for light housekeeping at 1109 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; gas. sewer and
water; 1127 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Comfortable well heated,
room; small family; 1407 Twelfth av
enue; references required.
FOR RENT Modern newly furnished
rooms, suitable for gentlemen; good
location. Phone west 324.
family; In walking distance of busi
ness center. Phone west 2084.
FOR RENT Furnished heated rooms
for light housekeeping; use of phone
and bath; at 2312 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms, with gaa. for light housekeep
ing, at 646 Twenty-fourth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, gas,
bath .not water heat, eta Opposite
court house; 217 Fifteenth street
FOR RENT Furnished room with mod
ern conveniences, to lady; 1320 Flfth-and-a-half
avenue. Phone west 2129.
FOR RENT One large front room,
with modern conveniences; use of
phone. Inquire 726 Nineteenth street.
FOR RENT An all modern furnished
front room In private family of two,
at 1214 Trlrd avenue. Phone west
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, all modern, family of two. use
of phone, at 121S0 Third avenue. Phone
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 819
Twenty-first street; to couple with
FOR RENT Furnished room, large,
comfortable, steam heated, with bath,
suitable for two. Cull mornings at
181614 Third avenue, flat 4.
FOR RENT Nicely furntahel modern
room; private family; breakfasts If
desired; married couple or ladies pre
ferred; at V0o beventeenth street.
FOR RENT Twc furnished front
rooms, bedroom and sitting room,
with use of piano; close in; suitable
for two, with board if desired, at 1711
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for I
light housekeeping. In private home;
beet part of clly; all modern conven
iences, references required. Phone
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room in a modern home, suitable tor
one or two gentlemen : bieakiast and
supper If dclred. references requir
ed. lOul Second avenue.
B 1 SriCLL A M KOli S.
LKT treu do our papcrnangi.ig , la
cents a roll, wall paper al cents a
roil and up, tuy Tweniy-tourtb street
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anytmug, engage heip or secure
a situation, ine srfan and Journal is
lue vuiy ppr ui stoiiu lual ciui do
It for you. Mail and Journal uuui.. 1
are popular, and Mail auu Journal j
wanta bring rcul. . uhu-uail ceul
per word s i. I rice to .u .i. r,
casli in ud.uil'i. I 'v '-iil.i fc;...:ips Alii
U'i. fc.t..u.a i' c.uiu-i x.ii an
jo-.ri.ai. suv..r,M. i.l.
CLA1HI Ol AT.
EGYPTIAN FORTUNE TLi-Liilt Tells
past, present and luluie, aives ad
vice oil Sui love and kiu.ui.sa aiTairs;
saiislactiuu g jaranteid. eii iarrisoa
MADAM BORZK.AA can be consulted on
ail aiiaira ot lue, sne teils coior of
ej es and hair of your lulure hus
band, and gives nanus; call and con
sult her; 41 West Third street, just
east of Turner nail, Davenport; a.
m. to- 10 p. m., dai.y and but.day .
MCLTlPLlb LLtCi KULlbiS Supernu-
ous naars on ioajs ana arms perma
nently removed with one eo six
(dies, lour to six hours' work in
one with six Dcedias. Address Miss
A. M. Klttrldge. Fiat 1. Argyie Flau,
brad su-eel Davenport. Uid pause
CARD OP THAXKS.
THE family of the late Mrs. Ella Oltt
wish lo thaiik menus and beighbora
lor kinancoses rendered during uielr
recent bereavement. They a.fto de-
s re to express ihelr appreclaiion for
tne bcauuiui Uorai iribuica.
PaZHXAHTS, BVTTOXa, PLKATI.NGI.
DAY EN PORT PLEATINO. BUTTON
KGV<Y CO. Phone Til; llo So.
Pdtnaia bul.dlng. Davenport. Iowa.
Felt pennanta. flags, monograms, pil
low covers, etc.; accordeun nd knife
pieatunga. from Zc yard and up. buttons
covered la plain and colored ivory
rims, from Ivc dosen up. Dress forms.
6ASOLIXCTAKKS A.HD PI. HPS.
BOW&ER underground outfits from I
ana p t0 0 In use). F. M. King.
land. Ill Phone west 106L N. b
agent. 1411 H Third avenu. Rock la-
tturf fQus gasoime; u s saxer.
WANTED Poultry pickers; address F.
A. Glarue. Cordova, 111.
WANTED Delivery boy; apply to Hor
blit's department store.
WANTED Ten labor-re -""apply H. P.
Paulsen. 1201 Twelfth atreet.
WANTED Seventeen or lS-year-old
delivery boy. Apply Selle Bros, gro
cery. 1934 Fourth avenue.
WANTED Machine hands for lathes.
milling- machines and drills. Rock
Island Manufacturing company.
WANTED Corn huskers. at James
Kerr's. Eighteenth avenue and Thirty-eighth
street. South Rock Island.
WANTED Ten or twelve men, to do
grubbing In patch of land. Apply
2418 Ninth street. South Rock Island.
WANTED Solicitors to work In trl
clties; can make S3 to ii per day.
Call at 1003 Tenth avenue after 3
WANTED At once, young men, by
Rock Island lines news service. Ap
ply J. J. Grler news stand. Rock Is
WANTED Fifteen laborers at U. a
boatyard. Milan, II L; wages. $1.90 per
day of eight hours; chances good for
advancement. Apply at canal bridge
WANTED Agents, vacuum washing
machine; live agents make $10 per
day; something every house wanta;
sells at sight. Address Vacuum Wash
er company, Freeport, 11L
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
can quanry ror position in lewweena; ,
wakes while learning; no previous .
experlence necessary; sure of success ;
wllh us; tools given; catalogue mail
ed free. Moler Barber college, Chi
W ANTED At once, 600 men, 20 to 40
years old. for electric railway motor-
men and conductors, too to $100 a
month; no experience necessary; fine
opportunity; no sink; write Immedi
ately for application blank. Adamai
"K. R. M. a: C. ' care of Argus.
W A T EI N I C K1.I. A n KO v a.
WANTED Dressmaking and ladies'
tailoring at 624 Tmrty-fourlh street.
WANTED To buy. B. & H. green trad
ing stamps. Address 614 Eleventh
WANTED Furnaces to fire In private
nomes. inquire luii west filth
street, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED House cleaning or Ironing,
sweeping or general cleaning, bend
card to 311 Tenth street.
WANTED Chimney, furnace, cleaning
and repairing, by experienced man
U. M. Kind. 4u Ninth rtreet. city.
WANTED To rent, in Seara. for the
winter, lu furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, to couple witnout chil
dren . Address Mrs. Albert Schaum,
WANTED To buy or rent. 10 or 16
ufr,, with h miH, anil hum In Vli.n. I
Uy of tri-cilies. Address Cliarlts Ulle-'
' ' ' I
meyer. real utate. Third avenue and ' undersigned, fcaward v. Schoede. ad
Ti.irieentn street. I mlnistrator with the will annexed, has
I this day liled his nnal report and sertle-
WANTED To purchase, a block of I ment aa such In the probate court of
building lots: uiso one or tw oacre : huck lsiand county, and hearing on
lots iiiaide or mar city limits, Huck
is. and r .Moliue. Audit as ' H. W.
W., ' care Art us office.
WANTED To buy, a five or seven
ruinu house, ptruy modern, located
bit ween fifteenth and 1 wenty-tnird
streets, norm of h-lgulu avenue;
pr.ctd under 3.iu0. Auureas at once,
11. tk.., care Aigus.
WANTED Owner wishes to exchange
good, improved, irrigated sugar beet 1
and alflia lund m eastern Colorado
fur a good, modern residence In etui-'
er hoc is.aiid or Jdoilne. Address :
fc2o Forty-tourtn etreel, Kock island. 1
WANTED To purchase, six to eight or
nine-room dwelling, in good neignboT
houd; modern or partly modern, near
street car or within walking distance
ol poslotflce; mail lull particulars ami
best price to U. 11. L.,'' care Argus.
WA.N'TUIJ 8ITCA1 IO.9
WANTED Position by
elderly lady, as
WANiED PoSit.on as houocKccer or
gcl.cll housework ca.l .w. 1 Ulil-anu-a-i.aii
WANTED Position as chambermaid.
L t-Aerielit CO ccriled Mo. nail. lll-ir.tii-
leal ol 1 ...1 tccntn sLieeL
WANTED Uy .ajy, posiuou. practical
n ,i - ! as lio ...t.-iiu ci lo d-
witf wl Oac.ic.or icicllvd. AUalti
WANTED Position, by young man 32
yts&rs of age. as team eii.neer, sta
tionary. itAiuuiuUvc or plant; exper
ience aiitt-- reKrei.ces; can iea. c c.ly
and go lo any piace desired. Address
L. ii..' me ol Argus.
EXPRESS A.D ITOItAbC
KELiAUi-t. bl unAeic on nii hour,
vtaa on covers, etc Tent lor rem;
ano uianutoctarer of awn.na-9. tents.
kuKMinr at Cii4 sus f'tlieeuui street.
PIANO STORAGE, with beat in winter;
entire second tlocr ol our store build
ing, devoted to storing of pianos: no
dampness or cold to creek tne var
msn. best place in the Iri-ciuos.
bovv.by Alnaic store.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
insurance. un a spec. any. Best
fire companies represented. Tour pat
ronage solicited. Phones west 21. and
new 6172. Orhce at court house.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire.
life, accident, health and piate gla-"S.
real estate ar.d loans. Second floor.
Saiety building' Office pnonc west
" Residence phone 72s-K. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND YO'J Eiecuurr ad
mlmstrators . guardians, trusteea' an
any kind of Judical bonds: lodges an-"
society officers: cuy. state o U S.
government ofDciais; contractors, po-
itiona o f trust: In fact, nay kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds)
Terms reasonable Hayes St Cleave
land, resident managers. Fidelity
Deposit company of Maryland.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accoonU
and claims collected. vv 11, lam M
Walker, lawyer. 311 Peopi e bank
buiimiig rtoba ssa.
WANTED Competent girl to do general
housework at 1110 Twenty-first street.
WANTED Olrl to do general house
work at 1S24 Ninth avenue.
WANTED Olrl to do- second work; ap
ply 2225 Seventh avenue. Old phone
WANTED Good girl to do general
housework at 2736 Sixth avenue. Ap
ply at once.
WANTED Toung lady to work In con
fectionery store; must furnish good
references. Apply 329 Twentieth
WANTED Olrl or lady. In a good home,
as companion evenings; will give
board and modern room, very reason
able; references required. Address
"P. H-,M care Argus.
WANTED Any lady can make $40 or
more PJsV month at home In spare
time. Booklet telling all about how
It may be done sent for Id cents In
silver. Bank Depositors' Protective
association, Saratoga Springs. N. Y.
WANTED Women to do plain sewing
at home for a large Philadelphia firm;
good money and steady work; no can
vassing; send reply envelope for prices
paid. Universal company. Desk A.
Walnut street. Phllalelphla, Pa.
Estate of John Welch. ?r?eased-
The undersigned having been id-
pointed administratrix of the estate of
John welcn, late or tne county or Kock
island, state of Illinois, deceased, here-
by gives notice that she will appear be-
fore the probate court of Rock Island
county, at the probate court room. In
tne city of Rock island, at the Decern
ber term, on the first Mondav In De-
cember next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
Dumose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to mane immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated 1st day of October. A. D. 1911.
ANNIE C. WELCH. Adrr.lnistrarlx.
McEnlry & McEniry, solicitors.
Estate of John H. Zollner. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the list will and
testament of John H. Zollner. late of
the county of Rock Island, state of 1111
nols. deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will appear before the Hon. Ben
jamin Bell, Judge of the probate court
of Rock Island county, at the probate
court room, in tne city or Kock island.
at the December, 1912. term, on the
first Monday In December 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 persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated 15th day of October. A. D. 1912.
MARY ZOLLNER. Executrix.
Notice of final Settlement.
r-.., t rt., u. i,,D.
. i . . , i , , .
ruouo nuuee is nrrnoy given mat tne
said report has been set for Oct SI.
1D12. at S o'clock a. m.. at which time
persons Interested may appear and
make objections thereto, and it no ob
jections are tiled, said report will be
approved at that time,, and the under
signed win ask for an order of distribu
tion, and will also ask to be discharged.
Kock Island. 111., Oct. 8. 1912
EDWARD W. SCliuEDE.
Administrator with the will anutxed of
feier iiy. deceased.
Es-ate of Edmund Murphy, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap-
' pointed adminlstrHtrlx of tne estate of
Edmund Murpliy late of the county of
Rock Isla.-.d. state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that sne will appear
before the probate- court of Rock Island
county, at the prohute court room, in
the city of Kock Island, at the Decem
I ber term, on the first Monday In
cember next, at which time all persons
having claims agamst said estate are
n,,rin..H ami !- 11 hi til ti uftiit tlia
purpose of having the .-arne adl isted.
All persons Ind tiled lo s.ud ebtate ura
requested to make tminediuie payment
to me undersigi.ed.
Dated 11th day of October. A. D. 11.
Miia. luLiZALETii m il.vlli r.
Adt: l niMr.lt I IK.
Estate of 'an Ki itl- t. l.ro H f, d'lr- a-r'i.
The under.-ihtied Laving tj. ;i ai
poii.ted xcr.itr.x of tne i.i-t u; 1 n,ul
UaUuicl:; ol uivi.t i.ie a in. lit. ol
the county of Ito. k Kl.t.'.J. .late of i.ii
r.ois. ncceasd. nti'tlij gl.es nuti c ti H.t
l.e will app or be! ore the Hon. llenja
min li.-li. ju'lgu of the probate court of
Rock 1-land co.inty. at tne probate
court room. In tne city of Roe-k i.-.and.
at the January term, on4ne lust Mon
day In January next, at wnir, t. ne ail
persons h-ivi: g claims agiii't said es
tate are notified and re.i le-ied to at
tend for the purpose of Laving the sa ne
adjusted. ah p rsons ii..i-Dteu to iaia
estate are rtijiiesud to muKe frnnie-ulate
payment to tne undersigned.
Dated 30tli day of Oct., her A. D.
l12. ALGLSTA SC1IM1TT.
risths ixsi Plant a.
J2b Eil.teenth Street.
tXhe ies. a iu t-U4iel
American Ins. Co stwirk, N. J.
American Lnlon ins. Co.. . .i'u.laueipriia
Agrii-.uilural lr.s. Co New iora
farmers ins. Co. Tork, i'a.
City ol New York ins. Ctt.....Ke Vors.
Reliance tire lu. Co Pnnadelj,i,ia
Bi.st-iu Ins. Co MajftSacoueiis
Ins. Co. State of liUno.s Hoc jt.ord. Hi.
Coniiectir-ut 'tte ii.s. Co. ... Coiiiiect.cut
Mutual Llie iiis. Cc New Jersey. ..
Mutual tjeuent Lite Ins. Co.. .Mew Jersey
COSTlUCTOai AMU BlILUtH.
CONTRA CTOills ANT
Manufacturers of Eash. Drirs. Blinds
and butirs li:t..-rlor nnish cf all k.nda
UtrdviKid Vcceer rlorrirjr and scal
ers in Ciiass. ill and Saa ibixataeili
ron iii.G citt phoptrrtt.
FOR BALE One of the finest pieces of
residence property In the city; a great
sacrifice. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE Small property. 1S01 Tnir-tv-fourth
street. Inquire C Boynton.
Thirty-fourth street and Fifteenth
FOR SALE Six-room cottage and two
lota, with fruit; owner leaving city.
Apply to U. Q. Simpson, 1015 Thir
FOR SALE Cheap, in Acme addition.
Mollne. seven lota 40x120; for terms
Inquire at 8423 Sixth avenue. Rock Is
land, or phone west 1933.
FOR RALE Lets in Island View Heights
addition: finest in the city; ask for
prices and terms. C & McDanlel. (01
Safety building. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Cheap. 17 lots lying on
Sixteenth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets; 40x120; for terms Inquire at
3423 Sixth avenue, or phone west 1932.
FOR BALE Modern house, six rooms
and hail. In Silvls: rents for $20 a
month: Dries 22.600. 31.600 In cash.
balance In two years' tints. Phone
FOR SALE Lota In Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments $5 per month.
Call 1700 Blxth street. Old puons
FOR SALE Reldy Bros, have a good
selection of residence property at
very reasonable prices; also some good
Investments. Call and aea them.
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
Itt acres of ground, wlrh well and
cistern; located one block from car
line; will aacrlnce If sold before Sept.
30. Address "S. O. 8.." care Argus.
FOR SALE Cheap, a five-room house.
witr rurnace, gas light, and sewer;
large lot, cement walks; one block
from Long View park; a paying in
vestment; owner non-resident. Ad
dress "L. M. 60," care Argus.
FOR SALE Lota In South Heights,
south of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $26 down, balance In five
year. E. W. Robinson. 1464 Rich
mond street Phone west 1146-K.
FOR BALE At a Bargain If taken al
once, a modern eight-room nouee,
. centrally located and near all car
lines; hut water heat, gaa. electrlo
light; kit 40x140. For particulars ad-
. dress "Y." car Argus, or call wast
FOR SALE Folding
FOR SALE: Cheap, horse, buggy
harness, at 1210 Third avenue.
FOR ALR A Bush & Lane upright
piano,' as good as new. For particu
lars., ph.one west 746-X.
FOR SALE One general electric recti
fier as good as new; price S12S. Ad
dress "T. A.," care Argus.
FOR SALE Assorted winter potatoes,
extra good quality, good keepers, 65
cents a bushel. Phone west 913.
FOR SALE Extra fine strained honey.
In 6, 10 and 6u pound cans; 609 Forty
second street. Phone west 753-X.
FOR SALE Oood paying oil route and
wagon and good horse, about 1,400
pounds; will sell chcup. Inquire sul
FOR SALE A grocery store, doing a
good cash business. In good locality:
party leaving city. Adui ess C. Johns,
general delivery. Kock isinud.
FOR SALE Cheap, three-piece parlor
set. mahogany, upholstered In silk
tapestry, divan, ar;n cliuir. and small
chair, alincrat new, at j3 Twentieth,
FOR SALE A large assortment of la
dles' and gents se-cuud hand suitB and
overcoats at big bat gams, al Eaat !
Tnird street. DavenporL. Iowa. Open I
FOR KALE Finest Minnesota Burbank j
potatoes. 4V cents a bushel; tancy Red 1
Kivi r Early Olnu at 7a cents a bushel. ;
from cnr or wartthouse, ii. iirock- ,
mann. Davenport. Iowa. j
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iir biirr.er kji-- riino,
iind on. Itloiimoii-l
n uri1:-; all In rlrsi
lIuk r f,i,rl In
v. ;il no sold h.-up.
fj-. ori'l venu:
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Estate of Liuma C, l.i... ie t xa- i
1 ne unlersiA..eU i,a, ;i ,c-i,
pointed ij.eeu.ur o Hi. ,A-i a... a .
testan.enl uf L;i.i:ia C. a-. U .ate w.
tnu county of i'.oi a isiai.a. .i.e ol 1.1 '
nois, aee-eased. liirrtb; av. notice luai
he wnl aopear be.oie toe lion, tseou- i
min liell, judite 01 tl e (,i uoate cjji i vf
Rock is.aiiU county, al I tic (.locate court '
room. 111 tne city of Hock is. a 111, at ti.n
Novetuoer ter.i.. on n.e iiit luuuuiy u-
Novemoer nexu at wii.co l-uie- A.i r- I
sons leaving claims aKau.sr ,u osutir !
are notiteu anu requebicu to attend tor !
the pnr(uat ot having l..t san.e a.ijul- 1
ed. All Ltntcina ll.Ueo.eU lo Ki.l ,.i.u. 1
are rcuiicsled to inaae 1 .11 tuts u. ate iy
niect lu lue unaers.sjued.
Dated 14th day . of fee-ne-noer. A. r.
IS 11. ADLiicO.N Itt'S'l.
Htili EL Curtis, attorney
"Tiesr lr " trrnte th nen h" weri
b!e tal'cr sn1 hwl r"'v1 s ie"o s
for ptrmMil ff 'h- 1'IH. -vonr
fr ws exfrem'y ttrTt1neut. and
Morn It to yon unonem-d "
An Eye to Business.
. "Ron. would you "'lii to e yoir
name written hirh n tbe wtoII of
! fame?" "So. pa; I'd like to ee tay
Dame stamted on some rl'.ti.erli erti
rte that no faru!v f-ti'd di without."
Binnlaijhaia Ake Herald.
A QUEER LEGEND.
Fad or Kosmloh, tha Hsrmit. May Hava
Bean a Russian Cxar.
A curious legend Is associated with
tbe name of Alexander I. of Russia.
It la to tha effect that tne emperor In
1825 was sojourning In the Crimea.
When near Taganrog his coachman by i
some means managed to overturn the
carriage of a court courier named
Markof. who was killed. The em-
peror. wishing to rid himself of the ;
cares of state, ao the story runs, cans- ,
ed It to be reported that it waa he
himself who waa killed. Then he car
ried out a plan which he had for long i
conceived of retiring to Siberia and i
living there under an assumed name. 1
Bchilder. the historian, professes to
hare satisfied himself that at all
events the remains In the Cathedral
of Peter and Paul are those of the
courier. Schllder asserts that he learn
ed this much from the children of
According to the legend. Alexander
I. of Russia died in Siberia In 1864,
but history records that he died at
Taganrog In 1S25. It seems that In
1825 a mysterious stranger appeared
In Siberia. He gave hla name aa Fe
dor Koamkh and never revealed any
other or the place whence he came.
Be lived the life of a hermit and was
received generally with respect. In
IS.6 he accepted the invitation of a
rich merchant to take up his abode In
his house at Tomsk. There be waa
very retired and held communication
only with Mile. Kromof and the mer
chant, her father. Every one who
saw him was struck with his ex
traordinary resemblance to the de
funct cxar. The Grand Duke Nlch
olaa Mlchallovltch contributed an arti
cle In tbe Revue nistorlque in which
he denied the sensational part of the
story, but admitted that the hermit
of Siberia might have been a natural
brother of Alexander 1. London
s Really the Old Tims Method of
Perhaps nothing Illustrates better
tbe vicissitudes of pronunciation In
English than a study of what Is called
the "Irish brogue." This llnirual mode,
for It Is scarcely to be called a dialect,
is usually presumed to be a dpteriora
tlon of language due to lack of educa
tion and contact with legitimate
sources of English. It proves after a
little study to be a preservation of the
old method of pronouncing English.
which has come down to a groat de
gree unchanged In Ireland from Shake
In Elizabeth's time, however. It came
to be realized that If there won to be
any real affiliation of the two countries
then the Irish language must be sup
planted by English, and a definite ef
fort In this tllrei-iion was uiuile This
chunire of speech, resound nnd reslst-
e. l, was nevertheless, successfully ac
complished all over the Isluntl except
In the west tvltbiu a decade after
ghnkespeare's death. This fa.-t tahes
on a new slsnltlcsm e when we ntudy
what we now call the Irish brt gue In
connection with whnt Is knov. n t hare
been the proiiuriclailoti of Kuzllsh rt
that time. The r.vn are f- tiinl iu con
form in practica'ly evr.r re-'i cct.
liiolnneu prii'inince Eiigl.fii i tli'lr
f. r-fi i hers Imnn'i! It mid hats j.re
Kerned Its firnniiruMiHi'iri l.c tii.sp tbwy
have Iveeu awa. f. ii'i ih ins'-n cur
res; t t'f K."ff'ish si . -i h uru;;o:i ft i:r
huh e. - Harper. Ma.'a...i
i A h O h i . 1 i . I - j
And fcame of t.e
p.'oi er ne
Ar O I .... I-
lt Is L'lt CUi e" - .... 1
at four ore . -au'.opsiea.
tue at.. ;.i-
to te' i ei fe t!.v ":. 1 !.
case of ibe ha on . ..
I'arr of 11 i.t;:d. w!.
advan ed i'e of IT." ti
les were f n.id Lr ii
covered the ilnulj . ..
I e J e
Vr Ciarp ka;
llmits tb arei
cause iliey arc -
they are dise.tf
arteri-' :m i 1
s t;.i! t i' h!:i i i:
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Oiustu.ar Mrn.u -i-.r-;.
ti. na! di-.
n.' jtin e-s an 1
TT.S l.c!'i"H. JT
se.'eroU. lie !e
ries are !n.;e' in " '
quite rca-'ii. iLie-r f .-( ,:
foilowlnc q.ii'sil :-.i: "1 1 '
ard biv h i1 m. t-. :,
of t.leui ue'.'cr hKit-J-'
Just one left doing bus
iness that nobody both
ers on account of its
square dealings and low
rates on household
goods, pianos, live stock,
'diamonds, jewelry, sal
aries. Loans, loans,
loans nothing but loans
at Jones' celebrated
Cut Rate Loan com
pany 304 Best building.
Phone West 177, Bock
ill i ail Ha
TRIO LODQB NO. 8T. A, F. A A. M.
Meets In stated communication
the first Thursdday of each
month, at 7:80 p. m. Special
Thursday. Oct. II. at 7 p. m.. fwwurk
on E .A. and v.. uegreea.
brethren are cordially v"?- By
order of Carlton O. Taylor. W. M. 1
tion hands for coats and
skirts. Good salary and per
manent position. Apply at
once ready for work at
Grossman's, 414 Fifteenth
street, iV.oline, III.
Many Bchool children suffer from
constipation, which is often the cause
of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham
Lerlaln's Stomach and Liber tablets
are an ideal medicine to give a child
for they are mild and gentle In their
effect and will cure even chronic con
stipation Soid by all druggists.
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