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Artfus Branch Offices
For the accommodation of Its patrons
tn various parte of the city, The Argus
has established a system of branch of
fices, where subscriptions and want ad
vertising may be received and any In
formation left that may pertain to any
Otpinm.nl of the paper, news or busi
ness It la a I no planned to have at each
ot these branch offices every evening a
supply of copies of The Argus of the
day. so that any subscriber who may
liave failed under any circumstances to
receive Ms paper, wlli be supplied free
The Argus' chain of branch offlce
includes the following:
J. J. Klpp'a nouon store, 450 Plftb
H. E. Rowe'a pharmacy. 4111 Four
Rless' drug store. Twenty-seventh
street. Seventh avenue.
t'llemeyer's drug etore. Eleventh ave
nue. FIMeer.tn street.
Oeorge V. Mlllhouse, confectionery.
SO Fourth Avenue.
Mrs. London's notion store, Seventh
sireei. fourteenth avenue.
Helmbeck's pharmacy. 922 Third ave
nue Merger's grocery. 925 Eleventh
P.oOrt drug store. Thirtieth street
and Fifth avenue.
College pharmacy. Seventh avenue
and Ttiirtr-eiirh'h street.
Olson grocery, Thirteenth avenue and
Stetner drug store corner Fifth ave
nue and Twentv-thlrd street.
MR ItKWT HOrSEK
Wili !t FAT Modern etirl.t-rno-Ti house,
centrally lorn ted. I'liune west S7.
FOR RENT Modern elght-romn house
it. i;i; Fourth avenue. Inquire 1231
Ft'R KENT PI x-room house, all mod
ern f'scipt furnace. Inquire 929 Sev
IV. it KENT House, five
lo,.(it.,l; y ,.r ,n,,,,t,.
hern A. Son. Milan. Ill
FOR SALE New modern six-room '
house nt 14 11 Forty-tlr.t street. I
heap If taken nt once.
FOR RENT- Elcht-room house, strictly I
modern: !':. N'net. t !i stret. In
quire 42 Safety building
FOR RENT Houfh hnlf wf modern dni I
hie house i, t "2 Seventeenth street.
Inuuirc !.",3 Ninth avenue. I
ItKNT- KlKl't-r'w.m house nt 427
.nth ir,.,t Rhone went I V 1 2.
numr- sit s nl avenue
EV li t - room mod.-rn house
nt v -second str-et; corner
'I, on easy term Inquire
FOR RENT Plx-room rottaire on Slr'h
i.v.nue. nenr Tli H t v-11 'tli street. ln-
..:r.. r .; f Miih-ifTev. Phone east
1 I ". or west 1 i;i.i y.
FOR RENT Hnlf of J. ruble house, sev
en rooms, with nil modern convtnl-i
cm i . nt Kls-hth nv. riue. Phone
west 1 443-X. Mnx luxinan. j
l'1 'It RENT Seven-room l-.ouse. cen- 1
"'I 1 ted. WtMi KS. I. Il'li. Hnd
el.-.-lrl" lights Inquire r,4"! Nine-,
tenth street. Phone west M4-L.
FOR R KNT Five-room coftmt.-. ni'-l-rii
improvements nt 2m; l'i:tl -an l
ti -h.if Bv.-nuc Inquire 17":i T'w ri
ll, tn street. I'lotie west K'.'i.T K
Foil RENT At 1121
r . r n ti.l ... w r : J 1 4 p
i I Tw : h street
Tenth avenue, a
oM.,K,.. 1 1 - wa
r nii-iit' Imiii.re
F"H SAM: - -Five-room ho
'.v. lit 44r0 fc.-t: at Thlrtl.ti
s'r..f and Nineteenth avenue ln
.p.lie Thomas Campbell, across the
St l eet
Ft It RENT Eight-room house; s!!
modern. corner Fourteenth-nnd -a-b
ill strert and Sixteenth avenue. Ask
I. sr.1sl.-y & Halley. 117 Eighteenth
t. eet ur A. U. Shaw. 1450 Fifteenth
st re. t.
ron rent run
FOR RENT Four or
fl.it nt 1210 Third
avenue. Inquire i
FOR RENT Four-room flat, with bath,
with modern cimvenlences; no chil
dren. Inquire Ms Twentieth street,
FOR RENT Five-room flat, with bath,
and all mod. rn conveniences, at i"!
f xi.. i.th xtreef. Inquire at 1714
I i m t . a n .I...
FoR RENT Two modern flats; slx
looui flat, also five-room f.at: m
Twentieth and Twenty-nrst streets.
Inqnie lupl Twentieth street.
KOll It KM MIXKLLAMKUtl.
FoU RENT 200-1
I... .March 1.
i lift. l.L
.ere farm, Andalusia,
Inquire Mrs. John
Cliff Store. Carbon
t-osT amd rooa
L s r a
sn u'.l folding bill book con- .
.-;. in loos. Findr please!
to Argus "thee, or p.ione west:
d receive liberal reward. .
l'iT-A gold locket set with diamonds
and prari. between Fourteenth-and-a-i..f
and N.neteenth street Finder
I ...is, i.i wost lil-K, reward.
3f 1 SI E l.L A KO l' S.
IF Vol' WAN1' to buy. sell, trade or
rn.t anything, engage he.p or secure
a situaiiuu, lbs il and Journal la !
the utoy paper in Mollne that can do
It for oil Mail and Journal wants j
are popular, and Mail and Journal
ants bring results . One-half cent!
p. r word tie price to ail alike.'
i in advance, two-cent stamps w IU 1
do Evening and Saturday Mail aud
Journal. Mouut. 111.
EXPRESS AD STORAGE.
RK1.1ARLE STORAGE On first Boor:
K.fcon cover, etc. TiiiU for rent;
nu manufacturer of ewningl. tecta
Kutuiar at Co. tu9 Fifteen tn street.
PIANO STORAGE with heat In winter;
ntire second ilovr of our store build
:: dt voted to torlr.s of pianos; no
0 ir.inm . r cold to creek tne var-
1 is.". l)et place in the trl-ciUee.
livw .by Music store.
rllEr. A trial package of Conker's
t.attg Toi.l.- ar.J .'0-eent poultry,
''"k if ou tiring this ad t Owatoa
r.a Flour 4t Feed company, 201 Third 1
3! ATEP"1:' WASTED rEMtl.lt IIK5.P. FOR SALES CITT PHOPKBTT. LODGE DIRBCTOIIT. j . yyy y ' "- ' , ' ' " y ; J
FOR RENT Modern furnished room at
1127 Becond avenue.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms,
(IT Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms
at 416 Eighteenth street.
FOR RENT Modern nine-room house.
Inquire SOI Third avenue.
FOR RENT Three furnished modern
rooms at 1127 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
modern, at 863 Nineteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping at SOT Third street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room.
I'hone west 12S0-Y. Call 32 Forty
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
with board If desired; 60S Twenty
FOR RENT Modern newly furnished
rooms, suitable for gentlemen; good
location. I'hone west 324.
FOR REIT Nicely furnished room,
with modern conveniences, in private
family, at 2200 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light liOusekeeplig. on grrmnd floor.
Inquire at 1L06 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Double bedroom, strictly
modern, with board.' Inquire 1102
Second avenue, or phone Css-Y.
IFOR RUNT Nicely furnished room
with modern citi venience ; in prl
i vate family, at 22uO S ith avenue.
F K RENT Two large modern fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping;
1-Mm First avenue. Tnumas K. Hughes.
FOR RENT One large front room,
with modern conveniences; use of
phone. Inquire 72b Nineteenth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, modern, with board, suitalih!
for two. Inquire at 919 Second ave
FOR RENT Two rooms for house
keeping or sleeping. '"3 Second ave
nue; or phone west &73-X; rent rea
sonable. FOR RENT Small modern furnished
room, wiih board, for KenUeman only ;
very reasonable, at iOl Twenty-see- I
Olid str et. I
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
front rooms lor l.gl't housekeeping at
M ! Twenty-first street, to ciruple
FOR RENT Lurpe. comfortable fur
niched r-suo. ail modern; $10 per!
month: t.reukfaeli if desired, il'J i
FOR RENT Nicely furnlshel modern
room; private family: breakfasts If
desired, married couple or lad es pre
ferred, at i00 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT A rifrcly furnished front '
room In a modern U"ini. suitable tor
one or two gentlenieii; bieak.'ast and;
supper i de-ired. references requir
ed, 1003 Second avenue.
FOR RENT One furnished room in
pr.vute fa-nily. all modern convenl
emes. suitable for two; oniy respect
nbie people need npioy. at i 1 3 'i'wen-ty-se.
ond street, north door.
PLEASANT COX Real estate and
4nsuiance. Loan? u specialty. Best
fir companies repe.-senied. Your pat
ronage solicited, l'hor.es west 22. aud
new olT2 Olhce at court bouse.
gtxKtl-r'B Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and piale glass;
real estate and loans. Second floor.
Safety tuMdihg' Olhce pnoue. west
S'.-s Ktsijence phone 72ti-K. Open
Wednesday and S-iturday evenings.
WE WILL BOND VOIJ LxccuUrr ad
imulMi alors , guurulai.s. trustees' ot
au kind oi juaic.ai ootids, ludKcs ami
society oitlcers; city, slate or l s
government oftlciais, contractors, po
iiilons o ftrusi; in fact, any kind of
bond you want (except ball bonds).
Terms reasonable Jiayes & Cleuve
land. resident managers, Fidelity 4b
Ueposii company or Maryland.
JACKSON. Ill HST Ac STAFFORD At-toriieys-ul-law.
OitKe lu itucs Island
National bank building.
th.AK.LE . MAR&iiALL Lawyers
Money to loan ou &ood real estate
ecui.ty. Rooms. iuZ and iv3 balety
bulidlng. Ruck island. 111.
WILLIAM M. WaLKER Attorney;
general law bunuu, corporation,
prubale and real estate law; 3il peo
ples bank building. Phone wast 349.
WALKER. INGRAM SWEENEY At
torneys snd counselors at law Money I
to Ivan oi. real estate. Rooms 2u0- i
2u3, Peoples National ban a baud.ng
McENIRY at McENlRY Attorneys-at-law.
Loan money on guod security;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell 1. yi.de. bankera office. Mitchell
dc Lji.at building.
ABSTRACTS OF TI1LIX
ABSTRACTS or title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable ratea
Rock la. and Tlt.e & Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney. Secretary; 2uu-2u. second
floor. "People's National bank build- i
in. Kuck island.
I. A IH V A NT A Ml PALMIST.
MADAM S 'REKAA can be consulted
on a:; affairs of life. She tell color .
of eyes and hair of your future hus-
oar.u ana vives names, t. all and con-
ilt her. a m to 1. p m.. dily and
Sunday 4'.S West Third. j.st east
of Turner hall. Davenport,
PHYSIOLOGICAL SPINAL ADJUST
MENTS given in your home, private,
by expert adjuster. Address P. O
liul 4Jj. Rock Is. and.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chip
plannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds City store. 17
Second avenue. Phone Ilia
GASOLINE TASKS AMD PIMPS.
B'lWSER underground outfits from 120
and up isuO.uuii la use). F. M Kicg.
land. Ill I hone west 2031. N. B
agent. 1511 S Third avenue. Rock 1
bury jrui gasoline; U'a safer.
THE ROCK ISLAND
"EXCUSE MEM Drawn by M. Myer
WANTED First class toolmakera.
Rock Island Mfg. company.
WANTED Two girls at Wright's res
taurant. 1803 Second avenue.
WANTED Corn huskers; apply Philip
WANTED Carpenters; apply Henry W.
Hont, Twenty - seventh street and
Third avenue, Mollne.
WANTED Machine hands for lathes,
milling machines and drills. Rock
Island Mfg. company.
WANTED Steady solicitors; steady
work; salary 12 per day guaranteed.
Apply at 1008 Tenth avenue, city.
WANTED At once, young men. by
Rock Island lines news service. Ap
ply J. J. Oner news stand. Rock Is
WANTED Laborers; good wages; ap
ply Henry W. Hurst. Twenty -seventh
street and Third avenue, or Reliance
WANTED Fifteen laborers at U. a
boatyard, Milan, ill.; wages, $1.90 per
day of eight nours; chances good for
advancement. Apply at canal bridge
WANTED A few well dressed, hust
ling young men, to demonstrate and
take orders. Call between 5 and o p.
in. Worley. Sherman hotel, liock la
land. WANTED Tea and coffee salesman for
city; liberal commission or salary;
chance for advancement. Address At
lantic & Pacific Tea company, 112
Wen Second street. Davenport.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
can qualify for position In fewweeks;
wakes while learning; no previous
experience necessary; sure of success
wiln us; tools given; catalogue mail
ed free, iloler Barber college, Chi
WANTED Salesmen, to sell lubricat
ing oils and greaoes, babbitt metals,
etc., (bat. but metal to be sold In Illi
nois only i, on saiary or commission;
we want men traveling out of Mo
llne, Davenport or Rock Island, to
cover Iowa, northern Illinois and Mis
souri; answer at once, stating experi
ence and territory. 1'enn Oil 4c Sup
ply company. 1120 North Branch
I reel. Chicago, 111.
WANTED Teams at 1700 Sixth Btreet.
J. 1 Scheuerman.
WANTED To buy. S. & 11. green trad
ing stamps. Address 614 Eleventh
or three unfurnished
rooms by lady with children. Address
42 Twelfth street.
WANTED An eight-room modern
house to sell or trade for smaller
houne. Inquire at (j2j Thirty-ilfih
WANTED To purchase, flve or six
room cottage. In good condition and in
teood neighborhood. Address Tnomas
Knight. Flat A, No. 11, Looinla street,
i -lo.-nu-.. ill
.... n . j
WANTED To buy or rent. 10 or
acres, with house and barn. In vicin
ity of trl-cltles. Address Charles Lile-
meyer, real estate, lhlrd avenue and (
Thirteenth street, i
n a.m tu lour jars to nil wini tne
purest, most delirious extracted hon
ey you ever tasted; eight pounds for
$1; a pound, 13 cents. We will call
lor your jars. Phone 9bS. Kusch
WANTED Position by elderly ludy. as
housekeeper. Inquire 2t22 Seventh
WANTED Position as housekeeper
widower or bachelor preferred. Cali I
- west aa3-Rl.
WANTED Situation by experienced
housekeeper. Address 1214 Third
WANTED Young man (20 years old),
high school education and two years'
general "Mice experienc e, destrts ler
h nl i.Tk with established iirm offer
ing opportunity for advancement. Ad
dress "1 1. li..' 1123 Tnirteenth ave
nue. Moiine. 111.
NEW AIT' I.MOBILE TIRE Pneumatic,
csnnot rim-cut. won't blow out; prac
tlcallv puncture-proof. A proven liiKh
grade pneumatic rubber tire which
eliminates tire troubles .has been In
vented; already accepted as standard
equipment by some leading manufac
turers of gasoline and electric cars.
To an aggressive man or firm of fi
nancial responsibility, will give ex
clusive aaency for Rock Island and
vicinity. Address "Director," 307 Mon
roe building. Chicago.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M.
Walker, lawyer. 311 People's bank
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of John Nelson, deceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned. Mairnus Peterson, has this
day filed his final report and settlement
?, ,u,rh ,n ,l?e PJoe court of Rock
,,..,.... . ...
port has been set for December 6. 1912.'
at 9 o'clock a. m.. at which time per- j
sons interested may ai pear and make'
objections thereto, and If no objections I
are C.ed. said report wiil be approved:
st that time, and the undersigned wiil.
ak for an order of distribution, and!
will aifo ask to be discharged.
Rock Island. 111.. Nov. 12. m2.
MAGNUS PETERSON. Executor.
Jackson. Hurst Stafford, attorney.
Estate of Fred G. Gall, deceased.
Ti.e undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Fred G Gali. late of tne
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that st.e
will appear before the Hon. Benjamin
Bell. Judge of the probate court of Rock
Island county, at the probate court
room. In the city of Rock Island, at the
April term, on tne first Monday In April
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are r. on fled
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are request
ed tn make Immediate payment to the
Dated tMs 1 3th day cf November. A.
D. 1912. LOUISA GALL.
Jaclf-avC, Hurst Stafford, attorneys.
WANTED Woman to work In pantry.
WANTED Dishwasher, at
house; 3021 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Washwoman for family of
three. Phone west 181.
WANTED Woman to do washing and
Ironing by the day. Apply 2S20 Sev
WANTED Girls and boys; Crescent
Macaroni & Cracker company, Dav
WANTED A young girl to assist with
general housework at 902 Seventeenth:
street. Phone west 951-L.
WANTED Lady solicitors; steady
wora; salary ja per day guaranteed.
Apply at 1003 Tenth avenue, city.
WANTED A ( woman 1 cook at the j
Thatcher hotel. Cambridge. 111. Ad
dress Mrs. George Smith, Cambridge,
11L; P. O. Box 420.
WANTED Good, competent house
keeper; good wages to right party.
Inquire 13't Third avenue. Mollne, be
tween 6 and 7 p. m.
WANTED Any lady can make $40 or
more per month at home in spare
time. Booklet telling all about how
li may be done sent for 10 cents in
silver. Bank Depositors' Protective
association, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
WANTED MAI S3 OR FEMALE.
WANTED Six r.eat appearing young
men and women, to travel; special
work: make $4 to $i a day. Call be
fore b io in morning and after o In
evening at Rock Island house. S. B.
(;. II. GltAlinE.
Established 1902. phone 733.
Smart tailored suits and gowns for all
occasions. Exclusive and original de
signs. Advanced styles and perfect nt
guaranteed. Fancy dressmaking and
tailoring taught. Corsets expertly fitted.
Bo. Putnam building, Davenport, la.
Executor's Notice. .
Eilato of John 11. Zoilner. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of John II. Zoilner, late of
the county of Rovk Island, stale of Illi
nois, deceased hereby ive notice that
she will appear before the Hon. Ben
jamin Bell. Judge of tne probate court
of Rock Island county, at the probate
court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at the December, lsl2. term, on the
first Monday In December next, at which
time all persons having claims against
said estate are notified and requested to
attend lor 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. V912.
MAR V OLLNR, Executrix.
Esiute of Valentine Schmitt, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap-
pointed executrix of the last will and
telanient of Valentin.: Schmitt. late of
the county of Jtock lshin.l. slate of Illi-
nois. deceared. herebv uives notice that
K i v es
sue win apiear ie;oie the lion, iienja- .
min Bell, Jui.ue ot the probate court of!
Rock l.-Iand county, at the probate :
court room. In the city of Rock l.-omd.
at the January t-rm, on the hr.st Jinn- 1
day In January next, at which time ail
persons having claims against said es
tate are notliied and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. Ail persons indebted to said
estate are requested to inaku Immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated Suth day of October. A. D.
1912. AUGUSTA SCHMITT,
Notice If Final Settlement.
Estate of Edmund Murphy, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the !
undersigned. Elizabeth C. Schmitt. ad
minisiratrix of the estate of Edmund i
Murphy, deceased, has this day tiled her I
final report and set ib-merit as such in
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, arid hearing on said report I. as been
set for December, 112. at 9 o'clock a. :
m., at which time persons Interested !
may appear and make objections there- !
to, and IX no objections are filed, said 1
report wiil be approved at that time.
nn tne unnersignea win asg for an
order of distribution, and will also ask i
, I O O," U13i I1AI tCCII.
! Rock Island. 111., Nov. 12. 1912.
MRS. ELIZABETH C. SCHMITT,
acre and rive-room house, two
from Eighteenth avenue. South
Heights, Jit, Sum.
2"i acres. In fruit; new house, barn,
chicken coops, etc.; a snap; South Rock
7 acres, fruit and chicken farm, eight
room house: Seirs: $7,c.0y.
One acre and six-room house In
240-acre farm aTid buildings, near Cor- !
dova. at $9n per acre (wiil trade half:
for city property). I
16o-acre farm, near Oklahoma City; I
will trade fur trl-city property; $5,000. !
122 acres fine timber and meadow 1
land, in Minnesota; will trade for city !
Lots on hill along isth avenue. Inlrr,n C1IP .
cltv: all conveniences: $6 io to I7,hi , rOR SALE One four-burner gas range.
Left, a few l..ts in South Height's at'
a bargain- get busy. i
Two new modern houses, stucro fin- I
lshed, on hill near ltn avenue; part;
cash, baiar.ee monthly. 1
An eUht-room housi all moderr.. fac- i
ing it.g lew para, i. '.n street. L.iiin.
A residence. .31. 2rd sireet, Moiine;
price $2 luO: a bargain.
A property, on Third avenue, near
court house; $3,500; rents for $350 a
We have all kinds of hous"3. jots anij
farm lands h.r sale. Call and nee us.
13C'0 Third Ave. Phone west S71.
CONTRACTORS AD BtlLDEHS.
rJcifta VHj5 six Co,
Manufacturers of Sash. Dr-rs, Blinds
and Stairs Interior finish cf ail kir.J
Hardwood Veneer Fiorrirg ai.d deal
ers In Giasa 311 aiid li E,gteta;h
NOVEMBER 14, 1912.
FOR SALE: One of the finest pieces of
, residence property In the city; a great
sacrifice. Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE Small property, 1501 Thirty-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 lots 40x120: for terms
inquire at 3423 Sixth avenue. Rock Is
land, or phone west 198S.
FOR SALE Lota In Island View Heights
addition; finest In the ctty; ask for
prices and terms. C B. McDanlel. (01
Safety building. Rock Island.
FOR SALE: Reldy Bros, have a good
selection of residence property at
very reasonable prices; also some good
Investments. Call and see them.
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 SALE Good building lot In Lin
coln court: facing Seventeenth street;
120 feet deep. 45 feet front, 62 feet
middle, 78 feet rear. Phone West
FOR SALE Modern house, six rooms
and hall. In Sllvls; rents for $20 a
month; price $2,500, $1,500 In cash,
balance In two years' time. Phone
FOR SALE Lots In Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments $5 per month.
Call 1700 Sixth street. Old phone
FOR SALE Seven-room house, with
2H acres or ground, with well and
cistern; located one block from car
line; will sacrifice if sold before Sept.
SO. Address "a O. 8.." care Argua
FOR SALE Cheap, a five-room house,
wltr furnace, 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. 50," care Argua
FOR SALE Lots) In South Height
otrVta of Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; $25 down, balance In five
years. E. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone west 1165-K.
FOR SALE At a ttargam If taken at
once, a modern eight-room house,
centrislly located and near all car
lines; hot water heat, gas. electrlo
light; tot 60x140. For particulars ad
dress care Argus, or call west
FOB SALE MISCKLLAIVBOITS.
FOR SALE Folding
FOR SALE A four-hole laundry stcrve,
almost new. Phone west 254.
FOR SALE Speedy road mare; phone
west 7..5-L; 725 Twelfth street.
FOR SALE Jewel hard coal heating
stove at 2S47 Seventh avenue. I'hone
FOR SALE Long delivery wagon. In
good condition; price $25; 1210 Four
FOR SALE tine Art Garland hard coal
bartier for $lu. Call at 1402 Eigh
FOR SALE Household go.wls; call at
427 Nineteenth street. Saturday or
p. in. I'hone west 1912.
FOR SALI0 Extra fine strained honey.
In 5, 1" and Ou pound cans; 6u9 Forty
second street. Phone west 753-X.
FOR SALE Cheap, If taken at once,
outhouse, two window frames, sash,
and glass to fit, four lights. Phone
,,. . , , , 7- , , , , , T 7
ll-t SALE ( oon nnvlnr oil route n ml
wairon and iiood horse, about t inn
i "Hinds; will sell cheap. Inquire 801
FOR SALE Edison moving picture
machine, gas tank, 75 shades, two
rheostats; $j.) tukes it. Call F. Llttig,
1310 Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE Rubber tired surrey, open
runabout, Indian pony, two sets of
harness, saddle. Call 1227 Fourteenth
street. Phone west 130a.
FOR SALE A grocery store, doing a
good cash business, in good locality;
party leaving city. Address C. Johns,
general delivery. Ruck Island.
FOR SALE Office furniture: One roll
top desk and equipment, two new
rugs, two center tables, three cane
chairs. Inquire 210 Safety building.
FOR SALE White Orpington pullets,
bred from heavy winter layers. A.
Hourdea i. Twenty-fourth street and
Twentieth avenue. Phone west b92-2.
FOR SALE Cheap. If taken at once.
j two nice building lots in Le Claire,
I Iowa. For terms, address Mrs. J. M.
! Merger, 50i) Ninth avenue. Rock Is
land. FOR SALE: White Orpington and Buff
Rock cockeieis. William Lavender,
I Twenty-fourth-and-a-half street and
Eighteenth avenue. Phone west
j FOR SALE A large assortment of la- '
I dies' and gents' second hand suits and 1
overcoats at big bargains, at 320 East
, Third street, Davenport. Iowa Open
or'e beater and one Richmond t
eiectric vacuum cleaner; all In Ilrst i
class condition: will be sold cheap,
"Qu're at 142a Second avenue,
FOR SALE $1.200 00. 40 hnrse cover. I
iM2. five-passenger Pathfinder tour
ing car d uionstrator. fuliy equipped.
I;j:i .".000 miles. Just overhauled.
Cost $ 1.920.00 new. Four extra tires.
AdJress Hueslr.g Bros., Rock Island.
FOR SALE I want t close out my
w;.oie stock of boots, shoes, rubbers,
etc., in bulk ; will seil way below
cost for cash; will stand a heavy sac
rifice to get out of business at once;
closing out on account of sickness.
H. Fuhlendorf. 1021 Third avenue.
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with one eo six
needles; four to six hours' work In
one with six needlea Address Miss
A. M. Kitt ridge. Flat 1. Argyle Flata
Brady street. Davenport. Old tuous
TRIO LODGE NO. 57. A. F. & A. M.
Meets In stated communication
th first Thursday of each
month at 7:30 p. m. Thursday.
Nov 14. work on F. C. degree at 1:411
p. m. Visitors Invited. Friday. Nov.
15, visit to Trinity lodge No. $08, Dav
enport, with work on M. M. degree by
Trio lodge. Members meet at Rock
Island temple at 7:10 p. m., sharp,
and go In body. Thursday, Nov. 21.
past master's night; banquet. By or
der of Carlton G. Taylor, W. M.; Wil
liam B. Pettlt, secretary.
for A)LB trauma.
FOR SALE1 200-acre farm, three miles
west of Milan; one of the best farms
In Rock Island county. See Reldy
Bros, for particulars.
FOR SALE 171 acres, 2 hi miles east of
Xf eriinnnlla. Iowa: 15 miles north of
Burllnxton: running water: $175 an I
acre. David Blair, Mediupolls. Iowa
FOR SALE 840 acres Improved farm,
at Elbow, Saskatchewan, western
Canada; 600 acres broke; buildings, t
well, pastured; easy terms. Dr. A. C.
Hammett, 4200 Irving Park boule
EGYPTIAN FORTUNE TELLER Tells
past, present and future; gives ad
vice on all love and business affairs;
satisfaction guaranteed; 617 Harrison
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eln-
arsen, graduated sweaien masseuse,
gives treatment In private homes.
Phone west 839-L, Address 618 Thirty-ninth
Many Machines and Processes
Used In Its Making.
The labor of making a pocketknlfe
is. as usual In every Industry that is
carried on by the aid of a great deal of
machinery, much divided. Each blade
must go through six separate proc
esses first, forcing; second, laying
on the "tangs." that part which is in
serted into the handle and through
which the blade is riveted; third,
marking or stamping with the name
of the manufacturer; fourth, "choll
lng." or filing a depression in the neck
of the blade between the sharp edge
and the heavier part or "tang;" fifth,
tempering; sixth, grinding.
All this applies to the two ordinary
blades of a knife. Nail blades are sub
jected to still another process namely.
the cutting of 4ho file, which is a de
partment of work in iteelf.
Should we Inspect the material room
of a knife manufactory we should find
heavy iron presses, which stump out
from sheets of brass or iron the metal
scales and lining. The bright tips on
the end of the knife, called "bolsters."
are pressed out of German silver un
der another heavy weight, which does
its work in one blow. Huge shears cut
from sheets of steel, used only for this
purpose, long strips that are afterward
fashioned under a press into springs
for the back of the kulfe.
The rod of steel from which the
blades are made is taken from the ma
terial room to the forge. Here one end
is put into a bed of hot coals, the bel
lows are pumped, and the end is soon
The skilled forger then hammers the
blade into shape upon his anvil, and
bo accurate is his eye and so exact bis
hand that the blade does not deviate
a hair's breadth from the little brass
pattern that is before him and to
which each blade must correspond ex
The blade is next dipped in water
and becomes as bard aud brittle as
glass. But the edes are rough. It Is
nearly uniform in thickness and is a
light gray in color.
Again the forger's skill is brought
into play in the tempering. Laying
the blades on a copper plate over the
fire, be Watches them as they change
their hue with the degree of heat, first
to straw color, then to darker straw
and now to the dark purple which de
notes that the proper degree of beat ;
has been obtained. They are plunged
Into cold water as fust as they reach j
If the blades were allowed to remain
longer over the fire the steel would ;
rhanni to Rent bliiA snd liccorriA an!
soft that the 1 Jades could be bent
easily. This is perhaps the most Im
portant process in the manufacture.
The blades are taken next to the
grinding room. The grinder must also
depeod upon the accuracy of his eye i
and the training of his band, for as be ;
presses the blade on th; rapldiy re-'.
Tolving stone, turning it on both sides
and grinding all it edges, lie prac- j
tlcally finishes It, though afterward. In j
the cutler's room, a higher fininh is
dven it. j
From the "wheel room" the blades j
go to the cuLer's room, where they '
find the other parts of the knife aud !
where all the parts are put together. J
Each workman here is at work npon ,
ft part ice Iht lot of knlres. all of one!
tattern. Upon bis work bench are the
tarious parts of the knives, prepared
r !1 K.i
Now Is the time) to mage
your get away and divorce
yourself from those high
rate loan companies. We
don't wish to marry you but
when it comes to making
loans on furniture, pianos,
live stock, storage receipts,
diamonds, Jewelry and sal
ary, we simply have no
competition. Step in or call
us up and our agent will call
at your house, private to ft
304 Best Bufldino;
Phone West 177.
by other bands. tne center scales that
separate the blades, the outer brass
scales of lining, with the German sil
ver bolsters, which have been secured
to the ends by ft heavy drop hammer;
the wood, ivory or pearl scales, the
springs and the wire rivets.
Each brass lining, with Its eovertng.
Is put In a vise, and holes sr drilled
In it for the rivets. A brass wire is
thrust through the middle of the han
dle toward the back. This secures the
spring, and it is then broken off with
nippers and headed down with a ham
mer. This holds the scales and springs.
Another rivet through the bolster se
cures one blade or two blades if the
knife has more than on blade hung
at each end.
The several parts are now put to
gether. The next process is "haftlng"
or finishing the covers of the handle,
which is done on a leather wheel coat
ed with glue and emery. The rough
edges are rounded and smoothed, and
then the knives are carefully examin
ed to see if the cutler has done Ms
If the spring works easily and ttie
blades close without striking the
knives are sent to the blade polisher.
On a wooden wheel covered wtth
fine leather the ordinary blades are
given a polish called a "glare finish.'
Finer grades of knives are given a
"crocus finish" a mirror-like surface
on a leather wheel which revolves
very slowly, in order that the blades
shall not become heated and lose their
The knives are now taken to another
room, where, on an oilstone, the keen
cutting edges are "set." This done,
the blades are closed, and the "bul
ing wheel" gives the final polish to tb
outer side. Philadelphia Record.
That endless book, the newspaper,
is our national glory. Henry Ward
A Dear Plaes.
Batchman Who was It said "Hons.
Is the dearest place on earth?" Pbam
lee Some married man who had Jus)
received his coal snd grocery bills, n
doubt- Bow ton Transcript.
HOME MADE CANDIES
The choicest home-made
candies in the city made in
our candy kitchen from the
best and purest of mate
rials. Our home made
Caramels in assorted fla
vors, Cream Candy, Pea
nut, Penoche, Chocolate
Peanuts, Lemon Drops,
Cream Patties, Butter
Scotch, etc., cannot be ex
celled. For that cough and cold
try our celebrated home
made Eorehound candy.
1710-1718 Keccnt i Avenue.
I'hone Yeit ISO.
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