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THE ARGtreTnimSDAY, OCTOBER
Under all curable conditions
Mr. D. Kaubla of
Nevada, O., was
Mrs.W. W. Lay
ler of Hilliard.
cured by Kodol
Pa., was cured
the use of
Sold by all druggists.
We Please ?56e Fastidious
with our laundry work why rint
ynu? Tlie more critical you are
about your linen, the better we'll
like it. for we eater to the best
class of patrons, in Uock Island.
On mall, messenger, personal or
telephone order, we call for and de
liver jjentleintMi's and family wash
ing, and ask now for only a "try"
at your week's washables.
Twelfth Street and Fifth Avenue.
G? Wink of
Is fjiven a thousand times a day
bv smokers of ARNDT'S HAV
ANA SECONDS. It don't take
the public long to jet onto a
good thing. That is why this
cigar is so universally liked. If
jou have'nt tried one, don't lose
any time in getting one at our
store. While buying take a look
at our display of Tipes, Tobacco
your linen laundered at the
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
1706 Second Avenne.
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AND TRIMMINGS A SPE
CIALTY. For heapnesi, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This,
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, ete. Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive care
ful , attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles, from Rock
Island on the C, P. & Q. railroad.
Trains No. 5 and 10 will sto? and
let visitors off and on.
RIDGE STONE, CORN CRIB BLOCKS
AND FOUNDATION STONE,
ANY SIZE DESIRED.
Sample of stone and photos of
buildings can be seen at Room No.
12, Mitchell & Lynde building. Ad-
AUTnUR BUERALL, Manager.
ftcx& Iiland or Colons, I1L .
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tOalKer Whiteside to be Seen in His JVetv
Ttajr. "We Are Kins," Tonight. v
Oct. 15 Walker Whiteside in "We
Oct. 16. Edward Morgan, in "The
Oct. 17. "The Middleman."
Oct. IS. "JolIy'Man'lTroubles."
Oct. 19. "When "Knighthood Was in
Oct. 20. "A Chinese Honeymoon."
Oct. 30. Lulu (ilaner, in "Dolly Yar-
den." ' ' :-,
Out of over SO plays submitted him
Wailker Whiteside selected without
hesitancy, Lieut, dordon Kean's new
comedy, "We Are King," in which he
is to appear at the Illinois tonight. "I
selected Lieut. Kean's play upon its
first leading." said Mr. Whiteside in
a recent interview, "because it ap
pealed to nie strongly as a fine play.
It's plot is of absorbing interest,
worked out with unusual cleverness.
The dialogue is brilliant. The dramat
ic situations of great strenirth and
the comedy scenes delightful. The
play caught the popular fancy upon
its first production. The characters
which its author has drawn are all
strong. In fact there is not a bore-
some, nor unnecessary role in the
piece. Out of the fO plays that I
have read in the past year and a half
only two besides 'We Are King' im
pressed me its beinir worthy of pro
duction. One is 'King Kohentte.' by
i young western author as yet un
known, and the other is. 'Herod the
(treat,' by Emanuel IJarueh. Itoth of
these plays I hope to bring out in the
future It is no easy matter for an
nctor to correctly judge of an untried
plav's chance of success. If he him
self is to appear in the play he must
iirst take into consideration his own
fi.ness for the role intended for him.
Then he must throw 'self aside and
ook upon the play in its entirety.
Certain scenes which initrht not ap
peal to him may be judged right for
his audiences. Characters which may
seem weak in the reading of the
manuscript mav be capable of show-
ng great strength in the hands of
in excellent actor of creative ability.
After all the author of a play has a
serious and difficult proposition to
face when he sends forth his play to
e passed upon by actor or manager.
Many a good play has gone begging
for years only to startle its rejectors
jy suddenly enriching some manager
who put it on as a 'stopgap' so to
Theatregoers who appreciate pure
lnedy. high das.-' specialties and
enty of catchy music, are promised
tiii " i-!i- xr.,.,' TiM,iii,.t "
which will be seen at the Illinois next
Sunday evening. The companywcomes
direct from record-breaki mr houses
in the larger cities. For lovers of the
numorous tins will prove one ot tne
mi si saiisi ving iiTiracuons oi me
"A .Chinese Honeymoon" will re
ceive its initial performance at Illi
nois theatre next Tuesday. "A Chinese
Honeymoon" is the work of (Jeorge
Dance, who wrote the book anil lyrics,
and Howard Talbot, who is responsi
ble for the music. Its plot which is
interesting and clearly defined, fol
lows the adventures of an English
man, Samuel Pineapple, and his bride
who go to Ylang Ylang on their
honeymoon. The bride being extreme-
RATES TO THi: SOUTH AND
On the above date the Illinois Cen
tral will sell round trip tickets from
JACKSO.V. MISS.. VICKSIIUKC. MISS ,
NATCH i:Z. MISS., X KW OKLEAXS, LA.
and to all Illinois Central nnd Yazoo fc
Mississippi Valley railroad points in
the states of 'Mississippi and Louisi
ana, at $16 for the round trip.
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BEAUMONT, TEX.. SAX AXTOXIO,
and to points on the Southern Pacific
railroad in the states of Louisiana and
Texas, east of and including San An
tonio, Tex., at $15 for the round trip
Return limit, Nov. 11.
For tickets and, information in de
tail, address O. A. SMITH.
r,2ft Main street, Peoria, 111.
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FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
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W. C. BISEAIISOW, O. r. A. .. ClBCUUtaU.
ly jealous insist upon taking her
eight bridesmaids along to watch her
husband. Arriving at Ylang Ylang,
the husband, being too pronounced in
his admiration for the Princess Soo
Soo, arouses his wife's ire, and she
for revenge flirts with a Chinaman
who is smitten with her charms. It
happens that this Chinaman is Hang
Chow, the Emperor of Ylang Ylang,
w ho is in search' Ivf a w ife, and when
he kisses her, the caress according to
local law, is a betrothal and a mar
riage must take place the same day.
Mr. Pineapple deepens the difficulty
by kissing the princess and thus there
are two betrothals and two weddings
are imminent. From this situation
a number of complications are de
veloped and plenty of fun is extracted
from the niixup befo're matters are
finally straightened out. As an ac
companiment to this diverting though
by no means cumbersome story, Mr.
Talbot has furnished some excellent
music which ripples along in pleasant
vtyle. In the excellence of the cast
this new offering also has its advan
tage, for which .lohn K. Henshaw.
Miss Stella Traeey. Miss Toby Claude,
W. H. ( larke. Charles II. Prince, Ed-
wip Clarke, Miss May Ten Proeck. Ed
mund Lawrence, Francis Kniglkt,
(race aughn and a chorus of 00, it
s one of the largest and most expen
sive musical organizations) that has
been seen in this city in recent years.
While problem plays nnd cynical so
ciety comedies are having their usual
place in productions of the current
theatrical season, pieces of the most
wholesome and beneficial type con
tinue to profit their managers exceed.
ingly. Xo fewer than a dozen of the
greatest successes of the past decade
have been chiefly marked by their
simplicity, by their purity and by
the dominance of what stage folklore
please to call "heart interest.' First
among these moneymakers is "When
Knighthood Was in Flower." Paul
Kester's dramatization of Charles E.
Major's romantic novel. Miss IJoselle
Knott will be seen in the role of Mary
Tudor, when this play is seen at the
Illinois next Monday.
"The Middleman" will be here Sat
urday. The play is by the author of
"The Silver King," Henri- Arthur
.lones. He is giving us something new.
It is of the life of the day. A few.
modern instances will do a power of
good. towarcLs a substantial interest
in a drama with a literary basis. "The
M iddi'eman" illustrates the superiority
of skilled labor over capital, the hero
ism f forgiveness and the beauty of
purity. Cyrus. Dlenkhain. is an artist
potter, absorbed in the idea of mak
ing a great discovery, insensible to the
advantages of money until he needs
it to revenge himself for the wrongs
of his daughter and the indignities to
himself; obvious to the poverties of
dress, regardless of the occupations
and pleasures of others except as they
concern the happiness of his two
(laughters. esjecially of Mary who al
ways understands him. Such is the
character that Mr. Jones has obtain
ed in "The Middleman." The second
act shows a workroom with an auto
matic stairway leading to the pri
vate laboratory of the old potter.
Everything is plain but faultlessly
real. The-third act shows the burn
ing kilns, three in number, which give
the effect of substantial brick glowing
like the coke ovens of Pennsylvania,
and blazing forth in tongues of flame
when new fuel is supplied. In the
first of these settings is the figure of
Cyrus, as he vainly begs the man he
has enriched to right the wrongs that
has been done to Mary. All the lat
ent love of his daughter is held in
limits by the fjreat art pasion of his
life. In the third act Cyrus triumphs
over his discovery the reward of 20
years of labor, and the answer to a
great soul's prayer, and in the last
act. Mary, whom he thought dead, is
restored to him happily wedded to
the man she loves.
Although the uniform of the noble
guard of the IJoman pontiff is one of
the most picturesque in Europe, it
was not seen on the stage until the
production of Hall- Caine's widely dis
cussed druma, ''The Eternal City.'
When that play with Edward J. Mor
gan as star, and Sarah Truax as lead
ing woman, visits this city tomorrow
evening, those who attend the perfor
mance will see costumes which were
actually worn by the guard of the late
pope. It was found easier and- less
expensive to buy real uniforms than
to obtain models and have imitations
made, and of course they add greatly
to the interest in the drama. It is a
matter worthy of comment that this
uniform has remained! unchanged for
2'Mi years; it was designed by Pope
Clement VIII. in lf0-. Liebler & Co..
Mr. Morgan's managers, also purchased
in Pome a set of uniforms used bv the
municipal guard of that city. On ar
rival of the garments in Xew York it
was discovered that those of tm'papal
guard were for men of splendid
physique, while those of the munici
pal guard would lit only men of mea
gre statue. The scenery of "The Eter
nal City" is almost as near the origin
al objects as are the uniforms. Each
setting is modeled, upon an actual
place in Rome, and two of them
showing the Vatican gardens with St.
Peter's looming up in the distance
and the Coliwenm in the moonlight
are faithful to the smallest detail.
All the news all the time The
IN THE SUBURBS.
Cordova, Oct. 15. Mrs. L. II. Hey
nolds was in Kock Island last Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. William Durbin return
ed to their home in Molme, Knns,
last Wednei lay, after an extended
visit with S. A. Durbin and family.
Miss (Jrace P.cnway spent Saturday
and Sunday with Miss M. Montgom
ery, of Kock Island,
Frank Ileeves and family were in
MoJine hist Saturday.
Miss Mary Kobinson, of Clinton,
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Cornelia Ilobinson.
Mrs. Mary (iriswell. of Fulton, is
here visiting her mother, Mrs. Wal
ker. Mrs. Ed Sible returned last Wedncs
dyu from St. Paul, where she visited
her niece, Miss Maude Wright.
A large number from here attend
ed the ball game at Port Pyre n Mon
day between the lloston IWoomers and
the Port Pyrtm Hhies. The result of
the game was a tie.
A daughter was 'born to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Durant, Tuesday.
Mrs. W. (J. P.lack and family, of
Port Pvron, are visiting H. Durant.
Cause of Lockjaw.
Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a
bacillus or germ which exists plenti
fully in street dirt. It is inactive as
long as exposed to the air, but when
carried beneath the skin, as in wounds
caused by percussion caps or by rusty
nails, and when the air is excluded the
germ is aroused to activity and pro
duces the most virulent poison known.
These germs may be destroyed and
all danger of lockjaw avoided by ap
plying Chamberlain's Pain Halm free-
y as soon as the injury is received.
rain I'ahn is an antiseptic and causes
cuts, bruises and like injuries to heal
without maturation and in one-third
the time required by the usual treat
ment. It is for sale by all druggists.
The Salve That Heals.
without leaving a scar is DeWitt's.
The name Witch Hazel is applied to
many salves, but DeWitt's Witch
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salve made that contains the pure,
unadulterated witch hazel. If an
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t is a counterfeit. E. C. DeWitt in
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Sold by all druggists.
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"When they- are affected lift is is
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ney Cure makes sound kidneys. All
Life is a calculation; the happy man
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from 5 to 8 p. m. We exist for accommo
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WANTED Loans and chattels on household
goods, horses, cattle, bugeies. wagons,
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sonable and qnick. Do not get a loan
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ience I positively can save you money. I
also loan money on watches, diamonds,
lewelrv. hardware, musical Instruments.
"bicyclts, clothing, silks, infact any article
of value Now listen. Having one of the
largest, cleanest, neatest and best kept
second hand stores in the whole state of
Illinois, I am always ready to buy your
goods Now don't think because vou have
a swell lot of furniture that they are too
nice tor me, for I am a second hand
specialist, and my business motto is to
pay more and sell for less than anyone in
the business. Give me a chance and I will
prove It to you. so I cordially Invite one
and all to call and get acquainted. Fur
ther, if 1 can't trade wild you I will sell
y our goods for small commission, or stote
them tor you. Then again. I will pay a good
round price tor old eold and silver, old
coins, will also pay cash for good gentle
men's second hand clothing or ladits'
silks, feathers, furs, books, ecc. Yes, I
will buy, sell or trade any old thing. Look
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until 9 o'clock; Saturdays, 10 o'clock.
All business strictly private and confiden
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now, everybody knows where The Argus
office is in Rook Island. Well, I am directly
across the street. J. JONES.
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enport or Moline doesn't signlty anything.
Now, how long does it take you to step to a
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ale or rent. vv. l uoyne. u cevcuieeuiu
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WE make a specialty ot loaning money on
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without removal and In a quiet way. Call
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pany, Room 38, Mitchell & Lynde block.
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
grand HOTEL Famous Colfax mineral
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LAS VEOAS HOT SPRINGS Located 6,767
teet above the sea. All the year round re
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ulars address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, Medi
cal Director. Laa Vegas. N M.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Baurs
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quick service. IS 14 Third avenue Phone
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skilled workmen employed. Moderate
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WANTED A good experienced ktove man
at j ones' (pcodq nana store.
WANTED Soliri ors Mutt be hu'tlers
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nue. WANTED First c'ass painters ard paper
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WANTED -A collector. Inquire at the Rock
Island Fuel company's, Inird avenue aid
WANTED Collector. Good tpportuuity lor
advancement. Call between S and 6 p. m
301 H Twentieth street.
WANTED All-around printer on country
weeklv. Fair wages", sirady situation. Ad
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WANTED Boy with HiRh school euucatlon
An opportunity to learn newsnapfr busi
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WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper house
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WANTED A competent girl tor general
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WANTED A competent girl at 1200 Second
avenue, smau family, no washing
WANTED Girl for general housework.
lo:j TweLtj-nrst street, call evenings.
WANTED Ladv stenographer willing to
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B L," care ot Argus.
WANTED A competent girl for general
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wages to right party, but must be com
petent. Apply nights or moruiQgs.
WANTED One or two good singers for illus
trated songs. wo-Jici liKe to nave parties
that could dance (while or colored) Girls
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with all expenses direct from headquar
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WANTED Position bv boy ot 16, willing to
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anything, engage help or secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper In Moline that can
do it for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mall wants briug results. One-half cent
per word Is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
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ing, and please leave my wheel at shop,
which was taken by mistake.
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reasonable. Apply at Augustana college
VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school for
elrls conducted bv the sisters ot tne visi
tation. Rudimentary and higher branches
and all polite accomplishments taugnu
Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue.
MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clalrvov-
ant. has recovered from her long in
ness and will resume her work. Tells
you the past, present and future
correctly. Tells you everything per
tainine to business, marriage, divorce,
love affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
evervthinir of interest. One call will
prove her wonderful accuracy. Office
hours from 1 to 10 p. m. 70S Fourth ave
nue. Take the Blue line.
ULA ELGO Hindoo Seeress and clairvoy
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Hours 10 to 9. No. 320 West Second street,
H. J. TOHER Sl CO. Brokers. Davenport.
Storks, firrain. tirovisions. cotton. Prlvaie
wire to New York and Chicago. Offices
109 Main street. Telephone 407.
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Members ol the Chicago board of trade
and Chicago Stock exchange. Established
35 years, no. 643 ana ws Kiaito Duuaing-
long aistance pnone. Harrison zooo.
W. A. ROBB & CO. All kinds ot electrical
construction. Estimates iurmsnea ana
service prompt and reliable. Fine line of
gas and combination fixtures. 119 Eight
EMPIRE COAL St COKK COMPANY Whole
sale and retail dealers In bituminous and
anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcie
Offices 1718 First avenue. Telephone west
H BATING AND PLUMBING.
CHANNON, PERRY & COMPANY Heating
ti.vfln., Pjirifnl anil nkillrl vnrkmn.
Prompt attention. 11 West Seventeenth
street, r&one ilia
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Office room on ground floor at
Rock Island house.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room with
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at zsj rnirtecnin si
FOR RENT Nicely turnished rooms, steam
heated, wita oam, rso r ouriu aveuue.
FOR RENT A a newly furnished room, all
modern conveniences, uszi econu acuuc
FOR RENT Two large, nicely turnished
front rooms witn Data, gas auu neiii, i vio
FO t RENT Furnisnea rooms ror ngni
housekeeping, also steeping iuuiu i hw
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, also sleeping rooms, at
Second avenue. .
FOR RENT Furnished room with all mod
ern improvements at ai ruieeum mcci.
Opposite court house.
FOK RENT Furnished rooms with gas.
i . v. ,-,.,.,-.. nr.nil.Tn,n nrpfprrpa.
UtlLU 4&UU J Ul li,VV , P - - A
pply 910 Second avenue.
FOR KENT A nicely furnished front room.
Modern conveniences. 3ust one oiock. lruui
car lne. Apply 945 Twenty-tlrst street
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with
bath, heat ana ail conveniences isu uc
of telephone. Gentlemen preferred. 906
FOR RENT One or two delightful front
rn-Tru in inmf nf nrivate familv in best
neighborhood Reference required. Ad
dress "X Y Z." Argus office.
tv-r nuwT Tn-A 9,t anrl rn smith front.
& W i. 11 A . .-w -j. -
newly furnisnea rooms jigui, uci
bath, with or without fancy table boara.
Gentlemen preferred. 7!8 Eighteenth
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with good
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onable price. Mrs. F. C. Hahn. 637 Seven
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nue. Inquire uown stairs.
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& Lynde Building.
FO-t RENT Three small otnres in the rear
ot the uocic lsianu uousc imuuns ,tt.-,i.
Seventeenth street. Will be radv for oc
rupancv Nov. l. Inquire of Charles Mc
Hugh. flarier House.
FOR RENT A brick barn with box stalls.
Address B 20," care or Argus.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Cheap It taken at once, good
paying iruii auu i:ijeii Bkmiu iu g. -"-- i ho
lloa. Rent, $30 per month. Address "F 13"
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twemy-secona street auumuu.
For terms Inquire of R. S. Dart, Jackson &
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE Lots in Gregg's addition. Twen
ty-fourth ana Twenty-nun streets ueiwccu
Eighth-and-a-half and Ninth avenues.
Call and get prices. Reidy Bros
FOR SALE Cheap, an 8-room house, 11
acres oi tana, wen, iwu uslci u. "
will sell cheap. Inquire Charles Brubn.
Twentieth avenue and Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE A brick house containing ten
rooms and a large batn room. lias nara
wood floors, furnace heat and all modern
Improvements. Also a large stable on
same lot. Property was fitted up lor a
home and is In good repair. Inquire on
the premises at 1210 Third avenue.
FOR BALK MISCELLANEOUS.
FOK SALE Cheap. Hard coal stove in
good condition, inquire at ino xniru ave
nue. FOR SALE A good single driving mare for
family or deliverv worn, ciiy oroite.
years old. Address "X 13." this office.
FOR SALE Cheap. One bedroom suite.
three carpets. Mngcr sewing macnine. al
most new. parlor chairs and sola. 2p:33
FOR SALE A medium sized grocery stock
centrally located, gooa city traae, splen
did farm trade and good will goes witn
the business Can rent store for a term of
years. Reason for selling and terms can
be secured at rooms 1 and 2 Masonic Tem
ple R. J.
KXPRESS, MTORAGE, BUS AND CAIt.
ROBB S TRANSFER CO., 120 West Seven
teenth street. Old pnone io.tr. Mew pnone
M58. New storage building. Express, bag
gage, 'bus and cab calls answered day or
E. J. BURNS City and country real estate.
If you have property for sale, list it witn
me. If you want to buy I will do my best
to get you what you want. Room 11, Mitch
ell & Lynde block. Telephone 1191.
PATENT and trademark office Room 14
Mitchell & Lynde building, Kock island.
Ja-ries F. Murphv. associate, branch of
Moore & Co., patent attorneys, Washing
ton, D.C., and Chicago. 111.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and build
ers. Also manuiacturerB oi sasn, a our
blinds and mouldings. .Dealers In plate
window and art glass. Offices and factory,
811 to 329 Eighteenth street.
State of Illinois,
Rock Island County,
In the circuit court of said county id
Jernie M. Scott vs. Mary A. Goode. Etbe:
Gooue. Lester Gooae. Kaymona uooae ana
Albert E. Simmons, administrator of tbe
estate of Daniel Goode, deceased. Fore
closure No. 5lf5
Notice Is h-reby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the above
entitled cause on tne tenth aay of October,
A. D. 113 I shall, on Mondav. tne second
dav of November. A. D 1903 at tne nour ot 2
o clock in the afternoon, at the east door oi
the court house in the citv of Rock Island.
in said countv of Rock Island, to satisfy said
decree, sell at public vendue, to the highest
bidder for cash in naod. those certain parcels
or land situated in tne county oi kock isiana
and state of Illinois, known and descrlbeu an
Block tnlrty-two (32) consisting of five lots:
the north half (H) of block seventv-seven
(77) consisting of ten (10) lots: all of block
sixty (60) consisting ot eight lots: the north
half (H) of block one hundred and six (lofi)
containing six (6) lots: tbe south half (H)
of block fiftv-nine M containing five (.)
lots: the north half (H) of blocs, seventy
eight (78) containing five (5) lots: all of said
blocks and lots being located In tbe north
west quarter (U) of section twenty-seven
(27) township seventeen (17) north, range
three (3) west of the fourth (4tb) principal
meridian, in tbe village of Andalusia
Dated at Moline, Illinois, this iota day of
October, A. D. 1003.
WALTER J. ENTRIKIN.
Master In Chancery. Rock Island county. IU.
ADAIR PLEASANTS, Complt's Sol'r.
McCASKRIN & McCASKRIN Attorneys at
law. Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island
office in Bengston block. Milan office on
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys at
ton's book store, 1719 Second avenue.
JACKSON, HURST tt STAFFORD Attorneys
at law. Office in Sock Island National
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS Attorneys at
law. Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public . 1705 Second avenue,
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys and
counsellors at taw ads tracts ot title.
Offloe In Bengston block.
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers. Money
to loan on gooa real estate security. Mitch
ell & Lynde block. Rock Island, III.
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys at law.
Loan money on gooa security: make col
lections. References, Mitchell & Lynde,
bankers. Office, Mitchell St Lynde build
ing. JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at law.
General legal practice. Office room 13,
Mitchell St Lynde building. Union Elec
tric phone 5601.
DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeopathic
physician. Special attention to diseases of
women and children; also diseases of eye,
ear, nose and throat. Office "hours, 9:80 to
12 a. m 1 to 4 p. in. 831 Sixteenth street,
J. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours 8) to
12 m., 1:30 to 5 p. m. 219 Eignteentn
street, opposite union office. Telephone
LEONARD DRACK Architect and superin
tendent. Skinner block, second floor.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. m , i to 6;30 p. m.
THE LONGVIEW Park Floral company.
Meyer St Behring, Prons. Green nouses
1115 Fifteenth street. Plants, cut flowers
HENRY GAETHJE - Proprietor Chtpplan-
nock nurserv. Cut nowers ana aesigns oi
all kinds. City store. 1807 Second avenue.
INSURANCE on dwellings and household
goods a specialty. Oldest and best com
panies, lowest rates. C. R. Chamberlin,
Mitchell & Lynde block. Phone 1030.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and insur
ance. Old fire companes represented.
Your patronage solicited. 'Phone Union
63. Office over Thomas' drug store.
BENNETT'S Insurance agency. Fire, lite,
accident, health and plate glass. Rea
estate and loans. Room 2. Buford block.
Residence phone, union 331 : office, union 113
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property SO cents per $100 one year, 40 cents
per $100 three years. 60 cents per 1100 five
years. Call or address C. R. Chamberlin
Agent, Mitchell St Lynde building.
HAYES & CLEAVELJ! ND The pioneer
agency. Old time anu fire tested compa
nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado,
accident, life, or almost any form of risk.
Ground floor offices S10 to 218, Eighteenth,
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, admin
istrators, guardians, trustees, trustees or
any kind of judicial bonds: lodge and so
ciety officers; city, state or U. S. govern
ment officials; contractors; positions of
trust: in fact, any kind of bond you want
lexcept bail bonds). Terms reasonable.
Haves s Cleaveland, resident managers,
Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary
land. GOLDSMITH & McKEE insurance agency.
Peoples National bank building. Rock
Island, 111. Represent only first-class com-
fanies, writing fire, tornado, plate glass,
lability, burglary, accident and health
Insurance. All i6licies issued upon the
latest plans and most liberal conditions
Surety bonds furnished through the Amer
ican Bonding company, of Baltimore, Md.
Open every Wednesday and Saturday
Estate of Jannette A Miser, deceased.
The undersigned having leen appointed
executor of the last will and testament of
Jannette . Miser, late of the county of Rock
Island, state ot Illinois, deceased, nereoy
gives notice that he will appear before the
countv court of Rock Islaud county at the
countv court room, in the citv ol Rod Isl
and, at the November term, on the first Mon
day in November next, at which time ail per
sons naving Claims aKauisi sdiu cmiic tie uu
tlnec" and requested to attend for the pur
pose ol having the same adjusted.
All iHrrsun uiueuieu nr aiu cMdic die 1
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated mis iTtn aavoi s-euiemuer a. u., iwjj
LOUIS A. MISER. Executor.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate ot Edwin C. Bligh, deceased.
Public notice is herebv civen that the un
dersigned, William J Coulter has this day
filed his noai report ana settlement as
such In the county court ol Kock island
county, and that an order has been en
tered bv said ccurt approving the said
report, unless objections thereto or cause
to tne contrary ie snown ou or ucmre
the 17th day oi October A. D.. 19J3,
and upon tiual approval of said report
the said William J. Coulter will ask for an
order of distribution and will also ask to be
discharged All jiersons interested are noti
fied to attena.
Rock Island. Sept. -4. no.
WILLIAM J. COULTER. Administrator.
H. M. McCaskrin. Attorney lor Adm.
Estate of Francis E. Cromnton, deceased.
The undersigned having oeen appointed
executor of the last will and testament of
Francis E. Crompton, late of the county of
Rock Islaud stale oi Illinois deceased. hereby
gives nolice that he will appear before the
countv court of Kock Island county at the
county court room in thecity of Rock Island,
at tbe December term. on the first Monday in'
December next, at which time all persons
having claiinsagainst said estate are notified
and requested to attend for tbe purpose ot
having tbe kame adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated thisSUh dav of September. A. D. 1903.
GEORGE CROMPTON Executor.
Notice of Final Settlement
Estate of Amanda W. Buffum, deceased.
Public notice is herebv given that the un
dersigned, Almon A Builum, administrator
of the estate of said deceased, had this day
tiled his final report and settlement as
such in the county court of Rock Island
county, and hearing on said report has been
set tor October 4, iyi)3. at 9 o'clock a. m., at
which time persons interested may appear
and make obiections thereto, and if no ob
jections are "filed said report will be ap
proved at that time, and the undersigned
will ask lor an order of distribution, anq
will also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island, in., sept 2H, late.
ALMON A. BCFf'DM, Administrator.
Estate of Peter Larkin, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Peter Lar
kin. late of the countv of Rock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that he will appear before the county
court ot Rock Island county at the county
court room. In the city of Rock Island, at the
December term, on tne first Monday In De
cember next, at which time all persocs nav
ing 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 re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this SSthdayot Scpteinber.A. D., 1908.
CHARLES J. LARKIN, Administrator.