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TIB XHGUS, SATURDAY, JVXTTaRY 23, 1904.
Under all curable conditions
Mr. D. Kauble of
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ler of Hilliard.
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Pa., was cured
the use 01
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THE TROUBLE WITH DM
Copyright. 1303. by T. C. McClure,
It was a wet night, very wet and
chill, although the fine rain barely
made the gutters run. A saturating
niht, deceptive to the eye and bring
ing woe to those unguarded souls who
braved its seeming mildness scorning
umbrella or mackintosh.
In the bouse of Finch Macomber all
was hospitality and cheer. The volume
of many cordial voices mingling with
the strains of the city's choicest orches
tra poured out into the gloom as the
doors opened to admit well covered
figures whose somber wrappings gave
little hint of the rich apparel beneath.
She who a half hour ago was Jus
tina Macomber, now to be known as
Mrs. Almon Hartwell, stood, bright
eyed and smiling, by her husband's
side. Her hand ached from many fer
vent grasp; her round cheeks blushed
from many kisses, welcome and other
wise. She longed for the moment
when escape would be hers, and with
Almon's arm about her they might
hear the shuttipg of another carriage
door and sieed away upon life's happy
The man at the door was still busy,
although that lull had come between
general arrival and departure. At first
his broad, clean shaven face had borne
a grin of polite welcome. Now it was
grave and worried, and he glanced fre
quently over his shoulder to scan the
throng crowding the rooms behind.
Many knew the old family Indoor
man and nodded at him familiarly,
wondering at his perturbed look. Then
his mistress came up.
"What's the trouble, Dan? Tired
'No, mum." I
"Anything go wrong?"
"No, mum; but there's a-many people
here. Most of 'cm I know. Some of
'em I don't. I'm frettln lest you may
have somethin' stole, mum."
Mrs. Macomber chuckled. "There
Isn't the slightest danger, Dan. What
with an officer watching the presents
and a detective keeping his eye on
things, we needn't worry, I guess.
Why don't you go now and get a bit to
rat and a cup of coffee? You haven't
sat down since morning. I'll tell Mary
to take your place."
"No. mum! Not till they're all gone,
"You're foolish," said the lady and
"Maybe!" muttered the old man,
leaning one thick shoulder against the
wall. "The bobby's a weary boy he's
told nie. Three nights now and not
sleepin' well. 'Pan,' he says to me
this noon, I dread the evenin. 'Tis
hard for one pair of eyes to cover a
mob. Two of us is one too few, says
he. 'but Mr. Macomber gives me the
grand laugh, and I'll have to 'tend bar
alone. And it's so.
"The detective? A needle In a hay
stack! Oh. well, there'll prob'ly be
nothin' happen. Ah, but to think of
Miss Tina a-lavin us. And to stop and
kiss old Dan goodby when she starts
for the church, all in her weddin' gown
like the angel she is. A baby when I
first come twenty year ago to work on
the bosses. Liked me, she did, and
'twas 'Dan. Dan!' till I was lite a nurse
gal and in the house helpln'. And me,
three months after a ring fight. 'Twaa
time I o,uit; too old. too old. Lucky
I've been to get where I am and no
one suspectin. Still, 'twas an honest
trade, and only now and then I'd meet
a man. A waiter, a coachman, a train
er, a fighter, a hostler, a nurse gal he
he and now a nice respectable old
butler man miudln the door and every
thing else. Sure, 'tis a curious round,
a bloomln' queer one. Father a Yan
kee, mother English, me born in Aus
tralia, brought up in Frisco, fit in Kan
sas City and now for twenty year a
New Yorker, decent and layin' up coin.
Dan, you're not a bad sort to do so well
by your gray hairs."
These reflections, cut short by a
burst of shouting mirth, a rush of feet,
a shower of rico and a flying slipper,
changed to swift attention. Dan closed
the portal after the fleeing couple and
watched the scattering to the dressing
rooms, for the exodus was at band.
The crowd began to thin with Dan's
rapid dispositions. A heavy set man,
with his overcoat collar high turned to
his cars, pressed close upon the heels
of the Drayton party. There was a
sudden, stoppage. Dan's watchful eye
narrowed sharply. The old servant's
hand stole cautiously up the back of
the overcoat beside him to touch the
hair and lift it slightly with an unfelt
"Wig." he growled to himself, "and
"Right along!" sounded his pleasant
call, and with the movement his foot
went out. The gentleman beside him
stumbled and clicked his teeth with
"Beg pardon!" said the butler and
caught him gently around the body,
but with bands that ran scarchingly
and pressed on curious hard knobs.
"Go cn. please," entreated Pan calm
ly, dropping his right arm and slipping
to the left and forward. "Not hurt, sir,
A mumbled "No, with a shake of
the lowered head.
"Do move out!" cried the butler. "I
want room. lie's fainted."
No one had seen that heavy, paralys
ing heart blow nor heard the gasp as
Jhe victim sank to his knees. Some
looked back and shook their heads, un
knowingly, to see good old Dan tender
ly supporting the sufferer, while he
called genially across the hall to the
detective, talking to Mr. Macomber:
After the last carriage had rolled
away another was driven up. and the
bracelets worn by the short haired,
hard jawed man. so unceremoniously,
bundled in, were not Justina's.
ELLIOT WALKER. .J
NEW SHORT STORIES
Wlllia f Oblige.
Chekib Bey, the Torkish minister to
Washington, attended In Philadelphia
the launching of the Turkish war ship
Medjidia from the Cramps shipyard.
IcrtJ the luncheon following the
launch- Chekib Bey animadverted for
a moment to the beggars of Thiladel-
"You have here, he said, "an enter
prising and intelligent collection of
beggars. One of them approached me
this morning. He told me a moving
tale of misfortune, then he asked me
for a little money.
"I put my hand In my pocket, to find
that I was altogether out of change.
'My nan.' I said, I have nothing
for you now, but in an hour I shall be
passing this way again. Then, I prom
ise you, you shall get something from
" 'All right, sir. said the beggar; 'but,
all the same. he added fretfully, you
wouldn't believe the amount of credit
I give in this way. "Boston Tost.
Sir Evelyn Wood Is distinguished by
a wiliness in which he has very few
equals. He gave a specimen of this
during the operations following the In
dian mutiny. He volunteered to carry
dispatches through the enemy's country
and disguised himself as an itinerant
merchant, being fairly familiar with
Ilindustanee. Traveling by night and
day, he got too close to a rebel camp
and was arrested and detained. After
being somewhat carelessly examined he
was allowed to spend the night in a
tent. As he expected, during the dark
ness some natives crawled under the
canvas and stealthily searched his sad
dlebags and wallets, but found nothing
except sundry articles of commerce, the
dispatches having been taken by Wood
from a slit in his turban and buried
underneath the spot where he slept.
Next morning he was permitted to go
and reached the British camp In safety.
Men and Women.
Billy West's Last Shaw.
George Primrose's one desire seems
to be to perpetuate the act of Iriinroae
and West which he and the late Billy
West presented for so many years in
minstrelsy. He has adopted the Foley
brothers and taught them overy minute
motion the old team used to make. In
this connection rrimrowe tells about his
last interview with West, which took
"IT WAS LIKE A DREAM."
place in the Falmer nouse, Chicago.
West was then mortally ill. Priinrocw
had leen telling his old partner about
the wonderfully clever dancing of his
two proteges and how they knew every
step of Primrose and West.
"I'd like to see the boys," said West,
"but you see I can't get out of the ho
tel." "Well," said Primrose, "I'll bring
them over here. They can do the dance
for you right in this room."
The boys went over the next after
noon dressed in their stage clothes and
began tho dance. Primrose beating tho
time for them.
"It was like a dream for Billy West,"
says Primrose. "He sat there as one
transfixed, his only motion being a sort
of swaying in his chair to the time of
the dance. I am sure of one thing, no
body will ever enjoy the dancing of
those two boys as Billy West did."
How He Lost a Million.
Colonel Ochiltree used to tell a story
of how he once lost ?1.000.noO.
"It was at a banquet." he would say.
and Senator Hearst of California sat
lcside me. Hearst told how years be
fore he and his party had once been
helped across the Flatte by a brave red
haired boy. The boy to do this deed
had risked hi life. Senator nearst as
he talked on got enthusiastic in his
gratitude to the lad.
" 'Why, he said, 'if I could only find
that boy tonight I'd make him a pres
ent of $1,000,000.'
"I could restrain myself no longer at
this point. I burst into tears. 'Senator.'
I said, 'I am that red haired boy. Be
hold the boy in me!
"But Hearst said. 'Ochiltree, yon lie!
"And thus I lost $1,000.000." Ex
change. Tasophfatteated tw Members.
Representative Billy Lorimer of Chi
cago listened to the tale of woe cf
a new member who had many com
plaints to make and many questions to
"It seems to me," said Lorimer. "that
you new chaps are about as unsophis
ticated as the fellow who came to Chi
cago and saw a wagon in the street
on which was painted the sign 'Eagie
"By gosh! he said. 'I didn't know
any feller could make a living In this
town washing eagles.'
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A new iiud specially valuable use
that will be particularly welcomed by
singers and public speakers.
The free use of llyomei. breathed
through the inhaler that comes with
everv outfit, carries healinr balsams
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ens the voice. T. II. Thomas has had
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the use of Hvomei for this special
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approval to any singer, minister.
teacher or puoiic speaker.
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WANTED A cashier's desk, six feet long.
Give description ana price. Address k. .,
WANTED 1.000 people to use Ctncho Relief
Tonic, a pohitive cure tor diarrhoea ana
cramps. For sale by all druggists.
WANTED Ladles to visit the Noonday
Rest rooms at 1618H Third avenue, near V.
M. C A. building. Good home cooked din
ner from 11:30 to I. Supper Saturday only
from 5 to 8 p.m. We exist for accommo
datlon, not pro tit. Rooms open a Hay to
ladles for rest.
IP YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage helpor secure a situation
the Mail Is the one paper InMoline that can
do it for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2 -cent stamps will do Evening
and Saturday MalL Mollne 111
E. J. BURNS City and country real estate.
If you have property for sale, list it with
me. If you want to buy I will do my best
to get you what you want. Room 11, Mitch,
ell A Lynde block. Telephone 1191.
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
GRAND HOTEL Famous Colfax mineral
springs. Oners best accommodations at
reasonable prices. Address William Frey,
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located 6,767
feet above the sea. All tne year round re
sort. A perfect place for rest. For partic
ulars address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, Medi
cal Director. Las Vegas. N M.
INFORMATION Bl RKAf,
PARTIES desiring domestics, cooks, nurse
girls or washerwomen can be provided by
callinar or addressing 512 Sixteenth street.
New 'Phone 5168.
THE LONG VIEW Park Floral company,
Meyer & Behring. Props. Green houses
111!) Fifteenth street. Plants, cat fioweri
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlpplan
nock nursery. jui nowers ana designs oi
all kinds, cut store. 1677 Second avenue
W. A. ROBB & CO. All kinds ot electrical
construction. Estimates furnished and
service prompt and reliable. Fine line of
gas and combination fixtures. 119 Eight--nth
CLAI RVOY ANT.
MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clairvoy
ant, has recovered from ner long ill
ness and will resume her work. Tells
you the past, present and future
correctly. Tells you everything per
taining to business, marriage, divorce,
love a Hal rs, sickness, death, accidents and
everything of interest. One call will
prove her wonderful accuracy. Office
hours from 1 to 10 p.m. 705 Fourth ave
nue. Take the Bine fine, west.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
H. J. TOHER A CO. Brokers, Davenport.
Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. Private
wire to New York and Chicago. Offices
100 Main sti eet. Telephone 407.
GEORGE H. SI DWELL A CO. Commission
merchants. Grain, hay and provisions.
Members of the Chicago board of trade
and Chicago Stock exchange. Established
sn years. No. M: and bta Rialto building
Lon distance phone. Harrison 1Mb.
HBATrSQ AND PLUMBING.
CHANSON, PERRY & COMPANY Heating
and plumbing along scientific and uni
tary I;nes. Careful and skiUed workmen.
Prompt attention. iu West Seventeenth
street. Phone lta
Pa'ent and trademark office, room u.
Mitchell & Lvnde building. Rock
Island. James F. Murphy. associate,
bram h of Moore & Co.. patent attorneys,
Washington. D. C. and Chicago. 111.
CONTRACTORS AND BCILDKR8.
JOHN VOLK . CO. Contractors and build.
ers. Also manufacturers of sash, doors
blinds and mouldings. Dealers In plate
window and art glass. Offices and factory,
111 to 239 Eic&ttai street.
WANTED At once, three bell boys at the
WANTED Man to sell coffees, tets. etc.. on
country.route. Call for Mr. Goff. Bartlett
WANTED Wood turner. Good position tor
active man xne u. . Konerts company.
case ana ceaerai streets. Davenport.
WANTED Bright young man to travel, ad
vertising and collecting, fcW monthly to
start and all expenses. Self addressed
envelope tor reply. Address Road ,Supt
zii t-cntiac nuiiding.. cnicaeo.
WANTED i s per week and expenses to a
hustler to distribute samples and collect
for manufacturer in Illinois. Expenses
advanced saiary paid weeciv. Acver
tislng department. 702 Star building. Chi
WASTED- Men to learn barber trade.
Our method saves years of apprenticeship.
Free work, careful instructions, diplomas
ana positions given, inducements to ais
tant applicants. Can earn expenses. In'
vestigate at once. Moler Barber college.
WANTED Good reliable men to sell full
line of coffees, teas, sl ices and baring pow
der. Good propositio'n to rlht party. Only
those who can give bond need apply. For
full particu'ars write or call on The Cnion
I'aciBc Tea company, 194 w eslTbird street,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper house
WANTED A good girl tor general house
work. Apply at Kti Twentieth street.
WANTED Reliable cirl for general house
work. Apply at l' Nineteenth street.
WANTED Girl, good writer, to address cir
culars. State references ana wages want
ed. Address L. Argus.
WANTED Plain sewing. Goods sent every
where. f 10 a week earned. Addressed en
velope for particulars. Le Grande. S01
Broadway, New York.
WANTED Ladies to learn hair dressing,
manicuring and facial massage. Four
weeks completes, catalogue mailed,
Moler College, Chicago.
WANTED-Energetic lady to travel in Illi
nois and adjoining stater. Salary H)
monthly and all expenses, steady position
to riebt party. Address Dept. L.Sll Hon
tiac building, Chicago.
WANTED One or two good singers for illus
trated songs. Would like to have parties
that could dance (white or colored). Girls
preferred. Addrers Entertainment com
pany. 1SC7 Second avenue, citv.
WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Solicitors. Permanent employ
ment. Address -F 44." care cf Argus.
WANTED-19.50 weekly copying letters at
home. Stampd envelope for sample. En
terprise company, 4 Stone street. New
WANTED Odd jobs in bookkeeping. Ad
dress "N." care of Argus office.
rOH RENT ROOMS
FOR RENT Office room on ground floor at
kock island nouse.
FOR B KNT Furnished rooms at 1011 Fourth
avenue. Modern conveniences.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with heat
and batb. Apply at 736 Eighteenth street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms
suitable tor gentlemen. Apply i&09Flttn
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with
all modern conveniences at lzas second
FOR KENT A large furnished front room
wun an modern conveniences at him
FOR RENT Furnished rooms tor light
housekeeping, also sleeping rooms, at 1403
FOR RENT Furnished room with all mod
ern improvements at S17 Fifteenth street.
Opposite court house. .
rOR RENT- A largf front offlce in good lo
cation on Twentietn street at reasonable
figure. Apply to E. W. Hurst.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room with
bath, gas and neat. Apply at wio second
avenue. Gentlemen preferred.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with
board. Modern conveniences. Electric
'phone E0O. Apply 1228 Second avenue.
FOR KENT A large steam heated room.
suitable tor two gentlemen, in the Mauck
tr building. Inquire at Maucker & Tonn's.
FOR RENT Permanently, a nicely tur-
niohed room with neat, tor lad v who ran
give references. Price reasonable. 1132
FOR RTCNT Two choice thirty-five dollar
flits in Sala building. Steam heat, hot
and cold water, janitorservice, etc. Apply
1H2S Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room with all
mocern conveniences, suitable lor one or
two gentlemen, with hot and cold water in
room. Price reasonable. Address X. Y.
rar: of Argus.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with good
board in a private German boarding
house, all modern improvements, at reas
onable price. Mrs. F. C Hahn. 637 Seven
teenth street. Phone 63S Brown.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT One 5-room house and one -
room house. Inquire at auo beventeentn
FOR RENT Five-room cottage, water and
sewer eoi rwemn street, inquire en
FOR RENT An 8-room modern house, hot
water beat bath. etc. Excellent location.
Rent 25. Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT A well built 6-room hocse In
good condition, partly modern near car
line. Inquire at 933 seventeenth street.
FOR RENT A 7-room house in desirable
location: with all modern improvements
and conveniences. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply E. W. Hurst.
FOR RENT Or sale, a desirable cottage.
call at mv omce oetween 10 and 12 a. m. or
3 and 5 p. rn. Dr. F. J. Myers, Fifteenth
street and Second avenue.
FOR RENT Flat, corner Sixth avenc and
Twentieth street. Heat furnished, all
modern convenience.. Inquire of M. M.
sturgeon. Room li, Mitchell i. Lvnde build
FOR RENT 9-room house with good cellar
ano narn at iil. imra avenue. rry de
sirable location for parties desiring to
keep roomers and boarders: also a new,
room house on Sixth street anil Four
teenth avenue. Inquire at 1004 Fifteenth
street. 'Phone 523.
EXPREHS, STORAGE. BIS AND CAR.
ROBB S TRANSFER CO.. 120 West Seven
teenth street- Old phone 1537. New 'phone
61.W. New storage building. Ex presx. bag
gage, 'bus and cab calls answered day or
AUGUSTANA COLLEGE Business depart
ment. A thorougn Duainess traininrjpven
for entry Into commercial lite. Terms
reasonable. Apply at Augustana college.
VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school for
girls conducted by the sisters of the Visi
tation. Rudimentary and higher branches
and all polite accomplishments taught.
Twentietn street aod Fifteenth, avenue.
LEONARD DRACK Architect aad superin
tendent. Skinner block, second floor.
Office boors io to 12 a. m . 4 to l JO p. m.
rOR SALE CTTT PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Best bargains in lots on Twen
tv.Alth mrrrt and 'tenth avenue if taken
at once. Easy payments. Inquire Hetdy
FOR SALE Cheap It taken, at once, good
paying fruit and cigar stand in good loca
tion. Kent, WO per month. Address "F 13-
FOR SALE Two remaining east Trsnt lot
In the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For terms Inquire of R. S. Dart, Jackson A
Hurst's offlce. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE Lots in Gregg's addition, Twen-tv-fourthand
Twentv-tlfth streets between
Eighth-and-a-half and Ninth avenues.
Call and get prices. Keidy Bros
FOR SALE or trade 15-acre fruit farm
with ft-room cottage, laige barn, guofl well
and cistern, oue mile from city limits.
Eckhart ft Huffum, Room i. Miuheil &
FOR SALE Good 7-room house with barn
. and nice lot aU In good repair and located
near Augustana co'lege. wHl be sold very
cheap, cash or on time. Parties are leaving
town. Inquire of 11. K. Walker.
FOR SALE A snap if taken at once, a
5-room cottage, nearly new, with one acre
ot ricn ground good narn ana otoer out
buildings, ood well and concrete side
walks, plenty of fruit trees, one Mock
from street car line. Address O. H. Hand.
122 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE-Or trade. Hotel, completely
furnished, now under lease untu juiy:
nourishing town in ad joining state, 10.000
inhabitants: contains 24 rooms, completely
modern, steam beat, baths, etc. Will tae
as part pavment piece of Rock Island res
idence property. Goldsmith McKee.
FOR SALE Time keeping clock for em
ployes, standard make. Rood as new. Also
clock for watchmen. Latter will reduce
insurance rate. Machinery. Box f2i, Chi
cago. FOR SALE Condemned United States prop
erty at government boat narbor. oue mi.e
west of Milan, 111 .including one (1) naptba
launch, large quantities ot old rope, rub
ber, scrap iron, etc. To be sold at public
auction at 10 a. m. Jan. 26. 1904.
EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY Whole
sale and retail dealers in bituminous and
anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcie.
Offices 1713 First avenue. Telephone west
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Baurs
feld & Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and
quick service. 1814 Third avenue Phone
PARI DON & SON Artistic interior decora
tion. Finest line of late paier carried and
skilled workmen employed. Moderate
prices. 417 Seventeenth street.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate ot Augustus L- Kain, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned. Adam R. McBurney. has this day
tiled nU final report and settlement as such
in the county court ot Kock Island county,
and hearing on said report has been set for
January 29. 19i. at nine o'clock a. in., at
which time nersons interested mav appear
and make odi' ctions tnereto. and u noon-
jections are tiled, said report will be ap
proved at that tune, and the undersigned
will ask tor an order ot distribution and
will also ask to be discharged.
kock island, in . Dec. su, r.tw.
ADAM It. M'BURNEY.
Executor of last will and testament of Au
gustus L Kain.
HARRY M. M'CASKRIN,
Attorney for Executor.
Estate of Anders O. Bersell, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
administratrix of the estate of Anders O.
Bersell. late of the countvof Rock Island.
state of IllinoiH.deceased. hereby gives notice
that sne win appear netore tne countv court
of Rock Island county at the countv court
room. In the city of Kock Island, at the
March term on the lirst Monday In March
next, atwhich time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and request
ed to attend foi the purpose of having the
ah persons maeotea n saia estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
uated tnis sara day or in-cemner. a. v. iwb.
I'MA B. BERSELr4 Administratrix.
J. B. OAKLEAF. Solicitor
Estate of Theodore Holdort. deceased.
The undersiened having been anuointed
administratrix of the estate of Theodore Hol-
dorf, late of the countv of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
she will annear before the county court
ot Kock Island county at the county court
room, in the city ot kock island, at tne
March term, on the first Monday in March
next, at which time all persons Hav
ing claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend ior tne purpose oi
having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated letnoayoi January, a. v., i,i
MARY HOLDOKK. Administratrix.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS, Attorneys.
Estate of William 11. Graves, deceased.
The undcrsicned having been appointed
executrix of tne last will and testament of
William B.Graves, late ot the county or
Rock Island stateof Illinois deceased. hereby
civen noLlre that she will annear before tne
county court of Rock Island county at the
county court room in tnecity or kock lsiana.
at the March term, on the first Monday in
March next, at which time all persons
having claimsagainstKaid estate are liotiued
and requested to attend for the purpose ot
having the same adjusted.
All nerNons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this istn day ot January. A. u. 1003.
CLARA M- GRAVES, Executrix.
William McEnlry. E. D. Sweeney, and Loo-
ney & Keuy. Attorneys.
State of Illinois, 1
Rock Island Countv. f
In the circuit court of said county In
Telitba Munroe vs. Pascal Breecher, Jos-
tine Breecoer. Mike Taxman. W. A. Por
ter, Lydla Whcelan. F. H Kelly, Ellen
Pearson, Nellie Elmhoff. No. 5202 Fore
closure Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the above
entitled cau-.e on tne2fith nay of December,
A. D. 1903 I shall, on Saturday, tne Twentieth
dav of February. A. D 1904 at tne nour ot8
o clock in the afternoon, at the east door ot
the court house In the city of Rock Island,
in said county of Rock Island, to satisfy said
decree, sell at public vendue, to the highest
and best bidder tor cash In nand. those certain
parcels of land situate inthecountr of Kock
Island and state of Illinois, known and de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
The east forty 40) feet of lot No. Eight
(?) in block No. Three (3) in Bailey A Boyies'
addition it the city of Kocir I land. Also
lot No. Two (2 in block No One (I) in Gen
eral Rodman's addition to tne city cf Kock
Dated at Moline. Illinois, this Twentieth
day ot January, A. D inoi.
W J. ENTRIKIN,
Master In Chancery. Kock Island county. III.
WILLIAM M'ENIUY i. E. D. SWEENEY,
Complainant n solicitors.
LOONKY it KELLY, Defendant s Solicitors.
Estate of Carl Hinrlcnsf n. deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of tne estate of Carl Hie.
ri-bsen, late of the county ot Rock
I. land, state ot Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that he will appear before the
county court ot Rock IMaud county at the
county court room, in the city of Rock Is
land, at the March term, on the first Mon
day in March next, at which time all jer
sonsnavlng claim againnt atd estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the name adjusted.
All persons indebted to .aid estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this I9th day of January. A. D. 1904.
A, G. UlNKICilSEN .Administrator.
McCASKRIN & MeCASKRIN Attorneys at
law. Bock Island and Milan. Rock IsUntf
offlce in Bengston block. Milan office 00
CONNELLY A CONNELLY Attorneys at
law. and N. A. Larson. Swedish Advokau
Money loaned. Offlce over Urampton't
book store, 1719 Second avenue.
JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD Attorneys
1 iaw. uuice m mock island National
LUDOLPH A REYNOLDS Attorneys at
law. Money to loau. General legal busi
ness Nota-y pnbllc 1706 Second avenue,
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys and
counsellors at law. Abstracts of title.
Offioe la Bengston block.
SEARLE A MARSHALL Lawyers. Money
to loan on good real estate se-urlty. Mitch
ell A Lynde block, Rock Island, llX
McENlRY & McENIRY Attorneys at law.
ian money on. gooa security; maxe col
lections. References, Mitchell Lynde
bankers. Office, Mitchell A Lynde bulld-tng-
JAMES F. MTJRPHY Attorney at law.
General legal practice. Offlce room it,
Mitchell A Lynde building. Union Elec
tric phone M01.
DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeopathic
physician. Special attention to diseases of
women and children; also diseases of eye,
ear, nose and throat. Offlce hours, 9:30 to
IS a. m 1 to 4 p. m. 891 Sixteenth street
J. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Offlce hours 8 Jo to
12 m., 1:30 to 6 p. m. siH Eighteenth
street, opposite union offlce. Telephone
INSURANCE on dwellings and household
goods a specialty. Oldest and bestecom
panies, lowest rates. C. R. Chamberlin,
Mitchell A Lynde block. Phone 103a
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and insur
ance. Old fire companies represented.
Ct'our patronage solicited. 'Phone Union
63. Offlce 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 361 : omce.union 113
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property SO cents per 1100 one year, 40 oents
per $100 three years. 00 cents per 1100 five
years. Call or address C. R. Chamberlin
Agent. Mitchell A Lynde building.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND The pioneer
agency. Old time and fire tested compa
nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado,
accident, lite, or almost any form of risk.
Ground floor offices 110 to 318, 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
(except bail bonds). Terms reasonable
Hayes A Cleaveland. resident manager,
Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary
land. GOLDSMITH A McKEE insurance agency,
Peoples National bank building, Kock
Island, 111. Represent only first-class coin-
ftanics, writing tire, tornado, (date glass
lability, burglary, accident and health
insurance. All policies issued upon the
latest plana and most liberal conditions
Surety bonds furnished through the Amer
ican Bonding company, of Baltimore, Md.
Open every Wednesday and Saturday
HONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marlon E. Sweeney, attor.
ney, rooms 33-S.s, Mitchell A Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property tor
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne. 130 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WE make a specialty ot loaning money on
household goods, horses, wagons, etc.,
without removal and In a quiet way. Call
on us for quick loans. Fidelity Loan com
pany, Room 38, Mitchell & Lvnde block.
l-Ha TRAVELERS' BUIDB.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND
A Psclno Railway Tick
ets ean be purchased at City
Ticket offloe 1811 Seoond ave
nue, or C , R. L A P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty-
irst sueek. Peoria branob depot, loot 01
(wenieth street. Phone West 1098, West
1428. Frank H. Plnmmer. C. P. A.
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Colorado A Omaha
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Danver, Lincoln A Omaha.
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RPCK ULAND -U PHOBIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
line trains start from main depot on Fifth
-renue 6 minutes in advance 01 time given.
I.BAVB. I ABB.IVS.
Peoria, Springfield, St. L.,
Psorla, Indianapolis, Cin
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CHICAGO, BURLING -ton
A Qulncy Depot
Second avenue and Twenti
U. J. YOUNG. Agent
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Sterling and points In
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