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Argut Branch Offices
For the (oeommtdiUoa of Its patrons
In various parts of tha cltr. Tha Argus
baa established a systsra of branah of -Soaa.
whin subscriptions and want ad
vartislng mar ba received and any n
formation left that may pertain to any
department of tha paper, nawa or busi
ness It la alao plannad to have at each
of thaaa branch offloee every evening a
aupply of ooptee of Tha Argue of tha
day. ao that any aubacrtbar who may
have failed undar any olrcumataneaa to
receive hie papar, will ba supplied free
f chirfa .
Tha Argue chain of branch offloea
ineludaa tha following:
J. J. Klpp'a notion, a tare, 460t fifth
H. K. Rewfi pharmacy. 4111 Four
Rlees drug store. Twenty-seventh
street Seventh avenue.
LUemeyer'e drug atora, Eleventh ave
nue. Fifteenth street
Oeorge W. Mtllbouae. confectionery.
10 Fourth avenue.
Mr, . London's notion atora, Seventh
Street. Fourtaanth avenue.
Helmbeck's pharmacy, III Third a va
cua Banger's grocery. HI Eleventh
Rodrt drac atora. Thirtieth atreat
and Fifth avenne.
Collese pharmacy. Seventh avenue
and Thirty-eighth atreet
Olaon trooary. Thlrtaantb aranua and
Btelner drua; atora. eornar Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third atraet.
FOR RENT Modern nine-room house
at SOI Third avenue.
FOR RENT Modern eight-room house.
centrally located, none weat D7.
FOR RENT Bli-room house, all mod
ern except furnace. Inquire fa 2 9 Sev
FOR REST House, five rooms, wall
located: IS per month. O. H. Dlb-
bern A Bon. Milan, 111. -
FOR RAI.E New modem six-room
house at 1413 Fc.rty-llrst street.
cheap If taken at once.
FOR RENT Fight-room house, strictly
modern; 90S Nineteenth street. In
quire 402 Safety building.
FOR KENT- Houth half of modern dou
bl.i house at ii2 Seventeenth street.
Inquire K.30 Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT Eight-room house at 427
Nineteenth street. 1'hone weFt 1912.
or Inquire 14 Kenrr.d avenue.
FOR BALE-- E!s"ht-room modern housn
at !":' Twenty-second Mreer; corner
Inf. 62 lt xl.'.'i; on easy term. Inquire
F"H KENT Hlx-room house, steam
h.-Rt, bath unl gu. rentrallv locatr!.
Inquire 171 J-1 ft li avenue, or lo
FOR KENT Hnlf of double house, sev
en roomn. with all modern conveni
ences. Hi 1113 Eluhth iivenue. 1'tione
west 1443 .X. Max Taxman.
run Kr. I ?teven-room house, cen
trally locnted, with srns. bnfh. and i
electric lljthta. Inquire r. 4 3 Nine- !
teenth street. Phone west t14-L I
FOK KENT Klve-room cottage. ni'l-l
ern lint rovements. at 261 1 'Iff h -aii'l-
a-h.ilf avenue It.iulre 1 7 ' ;4 Twen-
tleih dtreet. I'lioiie west 123S-K.
FOR R77NT At 1121 T'nth avenue, a
denlrshle six-room cottase; city wa
ter and newer; 114 per iiumth. Inquire
1"1 Twelfth street pliune UCO-X.
FOR BALE -El ve-room house, nearly
new: lut 44x290 feet; al Thirtieth I
street and Nineteenth avenue. In
quire Thomas Campbell, ecru.Ms the
FOR RENT Eljrht-room house; all
modern; corner Ko'.irteenl h -and -a -hIf
strei't and Sixteenth avenue. A.k
Eerdley A Kalley. 217 KlKhteenth
stieet or A. li. Shaw, 14CJ Fifteenth
FOR RENT Four or five-room modern
flat at 1210 Third avenue. Inquire
FOR RENT Five-room fiat, with bath,
a.id all modern conveniences, at
Bixteenth street Inquire at 1714
FOK RENT Two modern flats, six
room flat; also five-room flat, on
Twentieth and Twenty-nut streets.
Inquire 101 1 Twentieth street.
TOR RKN1 MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT 200-1
II... March 1.
.ere farm. Andalusia, j
Inquire Mrs. John
CilPt store. Carbon
i-obt aud rocsn.
LOdT A small folding bill book con
talnlng IIS In bills. Finder pleasv
return to Argus ofllce, or puone west
and recsive liberal reward.
LObT Pair of glasses In leather case,
l-siween M .W. A. bulidir.g on Fourth
avenu car or Twenty-eighth street.
Leave Al Argus and receive reward.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent an thing, engage help or aecure
a situation, uie Man and Journal Is
the only paper In Mollne that can do
It fur you. Mail and Journal wants
are popular, and Mail and Journal
wants uring resulla . One-half cent
per word '.s ire price to ail alike,
cull in advance; two-cant elarape wtu
do. Kvening aud Saturday Mall aud
Jourr.al. Molina. Ill
El PICKS 3 A.ND STORAGE,
RELIABLE bl'jKAut On flret floor;
Wagon oovera. etc. Tents for rent;
a.ao manufacturer of awamge, tenia.
Kuesalcr A Co., Ivl Fifieentn atreet
PIANO STORAGE, with heat in winter;
entire second flour of our store build
li.g. devoted to storing of pisncs; no
dampness or cold to creek tne var
r.ish. Best place la the tri-cities.
Bow. by Music store.
U. H. GHAHBK.
Established llvl. Phone 721.
Smart tailored suits and gowns for all
occasions. Excus:ve and original de
als ns. Advanced styles and perfect r.t
guaranteed. Fancy dren.aai; g and
tailoring taught Co rsets expert. y fitted.
So. Putnam building, Davenport lav
THAT I a OUR.
I C9( S V
roR REirr room.
FOR RENT Modern furnlahad room at
lit! Second areola.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms,
217 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms
at 411 Eighteenth atraet.
FOR RENT Modern nine-room house.
Inquire t 01 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnlahad front room.
modern, at ISI Nineteenth street -
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping at 107 Third atraat.
FOR E-EWT Modem
Phone weat 1210-T.
Call 81 Forty-
FOR RENT Nloely furnished room,
with board If daslrad; 66 Twenty
FOR RENT Modern nawly furnished
rooms, suitable for gentleman; food
location. Phone wast 114.
FOR RETT Nicely furnlahad room,
with modern conveniences, in private
family, at 2200 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, on ground floor.
Inquire at 1606 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
with modern conveniences; In pri
vate family, at 1200 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two large modern fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping;
1210 First avenue. Thomas E. Hughes.
FOR RENT One large front room,
with modern conveniences; uaa of
phone. Inquire 726 nineteenth atreat.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, modern, with board, suitable
for two. Inquire at sly Second ave
FOR RENT Two rooms for house
keeping or sleeping; 60S Second ave
nue, or phone weat 171-X; rant rea
sonable. FOR RENT Small modem furnished
room, with board, for gentleman only ;
very reasonable; at 70S Twenty-sec-
FOR KENT Two modern furnished
front rooms for light housekeeping at
19 Twenty-first street, to couple
FOR KENT Large, comfortable fur
nished room, all modern; 110 per
month; breakfasts If desired; 929
FOR RENT Two modern furnished
rooniH, with hot water heat; refer
ences exchanxed; gentlemen prefer
red, ill 12Ui rouilli avenue.
FOR KENT Nicely furnlshel modern
room, private family; breakfasts If
dixired, married couple or lad es pre
(erred; al Dou beventeentn street.
KOK KENT A nicely furnished front
room In a modern nwne. suitable for
one or two gentlemen; bieaktast and
supper IT UeMrcd. relert-lices requlr
d; 10u3 becond avenue.
FOR RENT One furnished room In
private lamily. all mouern convenl
enoea, auilable for two; only respect
able people in eil upply; at K12 Tweu-ty-secoml
street, north d.jir.
PLKXSA.NT . COX Real estate and
Insurance. Loan a specialty. best
tire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. Phoiias .vest 22, aud
i new 172. Office at court house.
Ut.NNETT'B Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident. heaiUi auu piale giasa;
real eniaie and loans. second floor,
feaiely bu-ldiag' Oltlca phone, weat
9D Residence phone 72-K. Open
Wednesday and b'ltuiday eveulnga.
WK WILL BOND 1 UC fc.xecuL.rr ad-mlnl'-tralora
, guarulaua. trustees' or
aiiy kind of juuicial oonds; lodgea anil
society oltlcei, city, stale ur U. li
governiiieni oltlcla.s, contractors, po
sitions o Itrust, in fact, any kind of
bond you want lexcept ball bonds).
Terms reasonable Hayes 4k Cleave
latid, resident managers, Fidelity 4k
tepoBll company of Maryland.
JACkbUN. Ill llSi at STAFFORD Ai-torneys-al-law.
orhes In Hock island
National bank building.
CkvAKLFl A MARSHALL Lawyers
Money to loan on good real estate
sccur.ty. Houiiif. 3u- and 202 Safety
building. Kock Island. 1U.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business, corporation,
frobale and real ealale law; 4il Peo
ple s bank bunding, phona weat 24.
WALKLK. INGHAM at U Wit .Nihil At
turneye and oouuseior al law. Money
to loan ou real estate. Koome loo
2vl. People s National bank banding.
Mcfc-MKV A Mc EN 1RY Attorney a-at-law.
Loan money on good security;
make coiiectiocia. Keferencea. Mitch
ail A Lynda, bankera umce. Ml ten ell
a Lynae building.
ABSTRACTS Or TITLE,
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to dale covering any real es
tate In the county. Prompt and ao
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Is. and Title A Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, preeident: W. J.
Sweeney, secretary. oo-22. second
Boor. Peoples Nailom
U.S. Ruck Island.
CLAIRVOYANT A!D PALMIST.
, MADAM SOREKAA can be consulted
on an arfaus or uie. she tel. color
cf eyes and hair of your future hua
t and and gives names Call and con
auit her, a. in. to 10 p. m . daily and
Sunday 419 West Third. Just tut
of Turner hall. Davenport
PHYSIOLOGICAL SPINAL ADJUST
MENTS g.veu ra year home, private,
by expert adjuster. Address P. O
Box 41j. Kock Island.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chip,
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
assigns cf all kinds. C.ty store. Ku7
fcecond avenue. Phone 1110.
GAOLI.K TASKS AND PIMPS.
BOWSER underground outfits from 220
and up (tuv.Ouil In use) F. M K .ng.
land. Ill Phone west 1011. N B-
aeat l&lls Third avenue. Rock la
oust jraux suvaoiwe; it
THE ROCK ISLAND
well-its ounwssous nd
BESIPES I DIPT4T SLEKP
flWlNlC IN THTrT.OOAA
WANTED Flret class toolmakera.
Rock Island Ufa, company.
WANTED Cora buskers: apply Philip
Soberer. Thirty-eighth atreat road.
WANTED Carpenters; apply Henry W.
nrn, t wenty - seventh sweat ana
Third avenue. Molina.
WANTED Mac bine hands for lathes.
mining machines and driua. Rook
Island Mfg. oompany.
WANTED Steady aolleltora; steady
work; aalary It par day guaranteed.
Apply at 1041 Tenth avenue, city.
WANTED At emca. voanr
Rook island Unas news service.
ply J. J. Orler news stand. Rook la
WANTED Fifteen laborers at U. a
boatyard. Milan. I1L; wages. U0 par
day of eight houre: chances good for
advancement. Apply at canal bridge
WANTED A few wall dreeeed. hust
ling young men, to demonstrate and
take orders. Call between 6 and In.
m. W orler, Sherman hotel. Rock Is
land. WANTED Tea and eoffe salesman for
city; liberal commission or salary
chance for advancement. Address At'
lantlo at Paclflo Tea oompany. 111
V eat Beoond atraat. Davenport.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade:
can qualify for position In fewweeks;
wakes while learning; no previous
experience necessary; sure of sucoass
with us; tools given i catalogue mail
ed free. Moler Barber college. Chi
WAsrrwr , Slirn.i iTn
WAJsTED Teams at 1700 Sixth street.
J. D. Bcheuerman.
WANTED Work by day)
814 Fourteenth street.
WANTED To boy, S. A II. green trad
Ing etampa Address lie Eleventh
WANTED Two or three unfurnished
rooms by lady with ohlldren. Address
4X5 Twelfth street.
WANTED An eight-room modern
house to sell or trade for smaller
house. Inquire at (IS Thirty-fifth
WANTED To purchase, flva or six
room cottage. In good condition and In
good neighborhood. Address Thomas
Knight, Flat A. No. 11, Loomls street.
WANTED To buy or rant. 10 or IS
acres, with bouse and barn, in vicin
ity of tri-ciUes. Address Charles Ulle
ineyer, real ealale. Third avenue and
WANTED Your Jars to fill with the
purest, most delicious extracted hon
ey you ever tasted; eight pounds for
II; a pound. 12 cents. We will call
fur your Jars. Phone 9sl. Kusch
manii H grocery.
WANTED Position by alderly lady, as I
housekeeper. inquire x22 seventh!
WANTED Position as housekeeper:
widower or bachelor preferred. Call
WANTED Situation by experienced
housekeeper. Address 1214 Third
WANTED Young man (20 years old),
high school education and two years'
gsneral office experience, desires cler
ical work with established firm offer
ing opportunity for advancement. Ad
dieak "H. 11.'' 1122 Thirteenth ave
nue, Mollne, 111.
WANTED MAI'S OR FEMALE.
WANTED Six neat appearing young
men and women, to travel, special
work; make 24 to $6 a day. Call be
fore 1:10 In morning and after 6 In
evening at Rock Island house. S. B.
Ezecator'a If otic.
Estate of John H. Zoilner. deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of John H. Zoilner, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, 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 the city of Rock Island,
at the December. 1111. term, on the
first Monday in December next at which
time ell 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 16th day of October. A D. 111
MARY ZOLLNER. Executrix
ExFcwtorVs No rice.
Estate of Fred G. Gall, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the laat will and
testament of Fred G. Ga.ll, Iste of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear berore the Hon. Benjamin
BelL judge of the probate oourt of Rock
Island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
I Ar rll term, on the first Monday in Anrtl
I next, at which time all persons havlnr
ciaima against aaid estate are notified
and requested to attend for the purpose
ox having tne aame aajuatea. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment to tha
Dated this 13th day of November. A
D. 1112. LOnSA GALL,
Jackson. Hurst A Stafford, attorneys.
cannot rlm-eut won't blow out; prac
tically puncture-proof. A proven high
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 agrresaive man or firm of fi
nancial responsibility, will give ex
clusive agency for Rock Is. and and
vicinity. Addreaa "Director," 197 Mon
roe building, Chicago.
MULTIPLE ELiCTROLY8I Buperflu
ous hairs on face and arms perma
nently removed with oca ao six
needles: four to six hours' work In
one with alx ceedles. Address Miss
A M. Kittridge. Flat 1. Argyle FUta
Brady atreet Davenport Old phona
ARGUS. FRIDAY, XOVEIBER 15, 1912.
MOWIftl (WMYTMC PtsOPLE INTHENaxrj lOMMNTHHT CflSB ( NOW VOu'RE. I
THKT ROOMMROEWMUCrtNOiaE THERE WIU.DEqN TOUONfi
SIR ? J V THAT WALKED TMC FLOOR RITE R WT Q?J IM JUONGJ
WANTCDWIi 4Ut VEEXP.
WANTED Woman to -work In pantry.
WANTED Olrt to do general
work; 101 Third avenue.
W ANT ED Dishwasher, at boarding
bouse; 1011 Firth avenue.
WANTED A girl to do general house
work, call lois jrourteenth-and-a-half
WANTED CMrUi and boys; Crescent
Macaroni at cracker oompany, Dav
WANTED Reliable, axperlenoad girt to
ao general nouaeworK. Apply fll
WANTED Olrl to do genera Ihouse-
work; good wages; no washing; at
1021 Twenty-first street
WANTED A young girt to assist with
general noussworx at vol tseventeenin
atreet Phone west 151-L.
WANTED Lady solicitors; steady
work; salary li per day guaranteed.
Apply at 1001 Tenth avenue, city.
WANTED A (woman) cook at the
Thatcher hotel, Cambridge, 111. Ad
drese Mrs. Oeorge Smith, Cambridge,
I1L; P. O. Box 410.
WANTED Oood, competent house
keeper; good wages to right party.
Inquire 110 Third avenue, Molina, be
tween 6 and 7 p. m.
WANTED Any lady can make 140 or
more per month at home In spare
time. Booklet telling all about how
It mav be done aent for 10 eenta In
silver. Bank Depoaltora' Protective
association. Saratoga Springs, N. T.
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eln
araen, graduated Swedish masseuse,
rives treatment In private homes.
Phone west l-L. Address (18 Thir
EGYPTIAN FORTUNE TELLER Tells
past, present and future; gives ad
vice on all love and business affairs:
satisfaction guaranteed; S17 Harrison
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of John Nelson, deceased.
Publlo notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, Magnus Peterson, has this
day filed his final report and settlement
as such in the probate court of Rock
Island county, and hearing on said re
port has been set for December 5. 1111,
at 9 o'clock a. m , at which time per
sons Interested may appear and make
objections thereto, and If no objections
are filed, said report will be approved
at that time, ana the undersigned will
ask for an order of distribution, and
will also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island. 111., Nov. 12. 1911.
MAGM'H PETERSON. Executor.
Jackson. Hurst A Stafford, attorneys.
, v a,Km.,
The undersigned having been ap-
j pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Valentine Schmltt, lute of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will apj ear before the Hon. Benja
min lieu, Juuge of the probute court of
Rock Island county, at the probate
court room. In the olty of Rock Island,
at the January term, on the first Mon
day In January next, at which time all
persons having claims agalnut said es
tate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate
payment to tne undersigned.
Dated 30th day of October. A. D.
1911. AUGUST A SCHMITT,
Notice If Final Settlement.
Estate of Edmund Murphy, deceased.
Public notice la hereby given that the
unnersignea, tinanein c. Hcnmitt. ad
ministratrix of the estate of Edmund
Murphy, deceased, has this day filed her
final report and settlement as such In
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, and hearing on said report has been
set for December, 1912. at 9 o'clock a.
m , at which time persons interested
may appear and make objections there
to, and If no objections are filed, said
report will be approved at that time,
and the undersigned will ask for an
order of distribution, and will also ask
to be discharged.
Rock Island. 111., Nor. 11. 1111.
MRS. ELIZABETH C. 6CHMITT,
One acre and five-room house, two
blocks from Eighteenth avenue. South
Heights, 22, boo.
2's acres. In fruit: new bouse, barn
chicken coops, etc.; a snap; South Rock
7 acres, fruit and chicken farm, eight-
room no'ira; sears; l.aoo.
One acre and six-room house In
240-acre farm and buildings, near Cor
dovs, at 190 per acre (will trade half
for city property).
ISO-acre farm, near Oklahoma City;
win traae ior tri-city property; 3,ooo.
121 acrea fine timber and meadow
land, in Minneaota; will trad for city
Lota on bill along 18th avenue, in
city: all conveniences; 1600 to 1700.
Left, a few lota In South Heights, at
a bargain; get busy.
Two new modern houses, stueso fin
ished, on hili near 16th avenue; part
cash, balance monthly.
An eight-room house, all modern, fac
ing Long View nark, lath street 15.600.
A residence, 21. 21rd street Mollne;
price 12.100; a bargain.
A property, on Third avenue, near
court house; 13.600; rents for 1260 a
We have all kinds of houses, lots and
farm lands for sale. Call and see us.
1100 Third Ave. Phone west 671.
CONTRACTORS AND BCILDKHS.
Jofa Vls & Co,
Manufacturers o. Sash. Doors. Blinds
and Stairs. Inter! ir finish cf all kinda
Hardwood Veneer Florrlng and deal
ers in Olaaa. (11 and 12 Eighteenth
Drawn by 1VL Myer
roa sai cm pro
FOR BALE One of tha finest pieces ef
raaldenoe property In tha olty; a great
FOR SALE email property. 1101 Thirty-fourth
street. Inquire C Boynton,
Thirty-fourth atraat and Fifteenth
FOR 8ALE Six-room cottage and two
lota, with fruit; ewner leaving city.
Apply to U. O. aUmpaen. 1011 Thir
FOR BAT. IB At a sacrifice, property at
1406 Fo jrth avenue; lot vixlSO. For
particulars, eall at S10 Safety build
ing. Phoae weat lilt.
FOR SALS Cheap.
Mollne, erven lots 40x110; for terms
Inquire at 1411 Sixth avenue. Rock Is
land, or phone west lilt.
FOR HALE Lota In Island View Heights
addition; Bneet In the oltyj ask for
niioea and terms. C S. MoDanlel. 101
Safety building. Rock Island.
FOR SALE; Raldy Bros, have a good
aelectlon of residence property at
very reasonable prloea; also some good
Investments. Call and see them.
FOR SALE Cheap. IT lots lying on
Sixteenth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets; 40x110; for terms Inquire at
1411 Sixth avenue, or phone west Ills.
FOR SALS) Seven and a half seres of
ground In Milan; also eight-room
house and lot at 616 Twenty-second
. street, city. Address "Owner," care
FOR SALE Oood building lot In Lin
coln oourt; facing Seventeenth street:
120 feet deep, 46 feet front 6tk feet
middle, 71 feet rear. Phona Weat
FOR SALE; Modern houae. six rooms
and hall. In Silvia; rente for $20 a
month; price 12,600, 11,600 In cash,
balance In two yea re' time. Phone
FOR SALE Lota In Scheuermann's fifth
addition. Seventh street and Fifteenth
avenue; payments 16 per mouth.
Call 1700 Sixth atreet. Old phona
FOR SALE Cheap, seven -room houae;
nas not water neat modern in every
respect; cement walk; corner lot;
owner non-realdant H. A. Luplow,
FOR SALE Sevan-room bouse, with
IH acre of ground, with well and
cistern; located one block from car
line; will sacrifice If sold before Sept
10. Addreaa "8. G. 8.." care Argua
FOR SALE Cheap, a fire-room house.
witr furnace, raa light and sewar;
large lot cement walks; one block
from Long View park; a paying In
vestment; owner non-resident Ad
dress "Lw M. 60," care Argua
FOR SALE Lola In South ' Heights,
soma ol Aiken street, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; 25 down, balance In flva
years. E. W. Robinson, 1454 Rich
mond street Phono west 1166-K.
FOR SALS At Bargain If taken at
once, a modern eight-room house
centrally located and near all ear
lines; hot water heat gee, electrlo
light; kit 60x140. For particulars ad
dress "Y." car Argua, or call west
FOR SALE1 Folding
FOR BALE A four-hole laundry stove.
aimout new. Phone west Zo4.
FOR SALE Speedy road mare; phone
weat 766-L; 726 Twelfth street
FOR SALE Jewel hard coal heating
stove at 2847 Seventh avenue. 1'hone
FOR SALE Long delivery wagon. In
good condition; price 125; 1210 Four
FOR SALE One Art Garland hard coal
burner for 110. Call at 1402 Eigh
FCSR SALE; Extra fine strained honey.
In 6, 10 and (0 pound cans; 609 Forty
second atraet Phono weat 761-X.
FOR SALE Oood paying oil route and
wagon and good horse,
pounds; will sell cheap.
FOR SALE Edison moving picture
machine, gaa tank, 7a ahadea. two
rheostats; ISO takea It Call F. Lltllg,
1210 Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE! Rubber tired surrey, open
runabout Indian pony, two aets of
. harneas, saddle. Call 1227 Fourteenth
street Phone west 1106.
FOR SALE A grocery store.
good cash business. In good locality
party leaving city. Address C. John
general delivery, JKock island.
FOR SALE Office furniture: One roll
top desk and equipment two new
rugs, two center tables, three cane
chairs. Inquire 110 Safety building.
FOR SALE; White Orpington pullets,
bred from heavy winter layers. A.
Bourdeau, Twenty-fourth street and
Twentieth avenue. Phone west 892-1.
FOR SAL&; Cheap. If taken at once,
two nice building lots In Le Claire,
Iowa. For terms, address Mrs. J. M.
Berger, 609 Ninth avenue. Rock Is
land. FOR SALE Flva-passenger dread
nought Mollne this year's model;
run 6,600 miles; car Is guaranteed.
Horst at Stricter company. Rock la
land. FOR SALE White Orpington and Buff
Rock cockerela. William Lavender,
Twenty-fourth-and-a-half atreet and
Eighteenth avenue. Phone west
FOR BALE A large assortment of la
dles' and gents' second band suits and
overcoats atilg bargains, at 220 East
Third street Davenport Iowa Open
FOR BALE One four-burner gas range,
one gas heater and one Richmond
electric vacuum cieaner; all in first
class condition; will ba aold cheap.
Inquire at 1426 Second avenue.
FOR SALE; I want to cloaa out my
whole stock of boots, shoes, rubbers,
etc. In bulk ; will sell 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. Fuhlsndorf, 1621 Third avenue.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. WlLiaca M.
Walker, lawyer. Ill People's bang
yes -we will havs
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WEAR RNOTeRR. OH
TRIO LODGE NO. 6T, A. F. A. M.
Meets In stated communication
tha first Thursday of aaoh
month at 7:10 p. m. Thursday,
Nov. 14, work on T. C degree at 7:10
p. m. Visitors lnvitsd. Friday. Nov.
16. visit to Trinity lodge No. 108, Dav
enport, with work on M. 11 degree by
Trio lodge. Members meet at Rook
Island temple at 7:10 p. m.. sharp,
and go in body. Thursday, Nov. 11.
Sast master's night; banquet By or
er of Carlton O, Taylor, W. M.; Wll
11am B. Pettlt secretary.
FOR SALK LARDt.
FOR SALE S&O-acre farm, three milea
weat of Milan; one of the beat farms
in Rock Island county. See Reldy
Broa. for partioulara.
FOR BALE 171 acrea, 1H mllea east of
Medlapolls. Iowa: 16 miles north of
Burlington; running water; 1176 an
acre. David Blair, Mediapolls, Iowa;
FOR SALE 640 acrea Improved farm,
at Elbow, Saskatchewan, western
Canada; 600 acres broke; buildings,
well, pastured; easy terms. Dr. A. C
Hammett 4200 Irving Park boule
FREE A trial package of Conkey'e
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Congress Guards It Jealously In
What Is known as "the prlrllegs ol
the floor" In congress Is the right to
go upon the floor of the ssnste or
house when either body is In session.
Although the right to go upon the
floor of a legislative body Is not so ex
clusive a privilege In some of the stats
legislature. It Is a great privilege and
an exclusive one in congress. The
doors are carefully guarded while con
gress Is In session, and it is sometimes
exceedingly difficult to have access to
senators or representatives when pub
lic business is being done.
Senators and representatives have no
regular or rigid rule on the subject,
but It is known in Washington that
the statesmen feel that their constit
uents or others who desire to see them
privately should endeavor to do so in
their offices, their committee rooms or
at their residences.
To former members of the senate and
house "the privilege of the Boor" lg
given, but they do not often avail
themselves of that right. This, bow
ever, is in strong contrast to the cus
toms of twenty years ago and longer,
when it was not uncommon to see for
mer members moving about on the
floor ef the bouse when it was no
toriously known that they were lobby
ing for some private claim or public
Speaker Reed found this condition so
obnoxious that be issued orders that
no ex-members should be permitted to
pass the doorkeepers without written
authority from the speaker. Subse
quent speakers hare not found It nec
essary to draw the lines so rigidly,
because the abuse hss almost entirely
There is an unwritten law. however,
governing the privilege of the floor of
the senate, and It Is the unwritten
law of good breeding, good manners
and common sense. Every ex-senator
has the privilege of tbe floor, but it is
so seldom exercised that its abuse has
never occurred, nor is It ever likely to
Former members of the senate are
never seen there unless it Is well
known that they bars proper business
calling them to Washington, such as
appearing before the supreme court as
attorneys for clients in great cases,
and even then It seldom happens that
an si-senator thus engaged ever en
ters upon the senate floor, although In
going to and from tbe room of tbe
supreme court they are obliged to pass
by Its doors.
After Jsmes O. Blaine ceased to be
a senator be avoided the senate cham
ber forever. After resigning from that
body Senator Roscoe Conkling of New
lork never entered the senste cham
ber, although he was often la tbe
capitol on business before tbe supreme
court There was sn exception, how
ever, in one instance. By invitation
be was one ef tbe pallbearers of Sens
tor Logan of Illinois, wbo was burled
with obsequies from the senate cham
ber, and on that occasion Senator
Cook Hug was present Senator Benja
min Harrison upon leaving tbe sen
ate merer crossed its 'threshold until
be went there to be insugurated as
president Senstor Dawes of Massa
chusetts. Senator Blair of New Hamp
shire, Senator Don Cameron of Penn
sylvania, Setistor Thurmsn of Obiosnd
Senator alcitonald of Indiana are ex
amples of distinguished senators wbo
remained away from the senate after
their terms expired. During the pe
riod of four years when he was In re
tirement Senator Gorman of Mary
land never availed himself of the
privilege of the floor, and daring the
two j cars he was without election
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when it comes to making
loans on furniture, pianos,
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Phone West 177.
Senator Quay of Pennsylvania ab
sented himself from tbe senate cham
ber. FTom a veteran employee of the sen
ste there Is gleaned an unusually In
teresting story concerning the late
Senator Evarts of New York. This
senator wss one of the greatest Intel
lects in public life for many years,
but he was absentmlnded in small
things. On one occasion he overlook
ed the rule about the privilege of the
floor. He was entertaining Dr. Oliver
Wendell Holmes at bis Washington
home snd invited bis guest to accom
pany him to the capltoL Together
they walked along tbe capltol corridor,
and when they came to tbe door of
the senate they entered together.
There was a copy of tbe senate rules
on each side of the doors, but Senator
Everts did not look at them, nor, of
course, did bis guest The doorkeep
ers did not interfere or ask any ques
Well, Senator Evarts gave Dr.
Holmes a seat in tbe rear of tbe desks
of the members and proceeded to
bring Senators Hoar. Quay, Hawley
and others to Introduce to him. Quite
a levee was held there, and Dr.
nolmes was gratified with bis recap
tion. After awhile Senator Hoar went to
Senator Evarts and. calling his atten
tion to tbe rule concerning the privi
lege of tbe floor, asked, "How did yon
get him In 7"
"He is my privste secretary," said
Senator Evarts quickly, with a boyish
twinkle in his serious eyes. At that
time private secretaries of members
were allowed the floor privilege,
Smith D. Fry In Washington Star.
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