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THE ABGtJS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1904.
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 ol
Have Vovi Visited
Ovir New Store?
Drop in :tnd sec our
title lint; of pure home
iiiad? candies, made
l'resli daily We also
have a complete line
at all times of all the
well known east e in
candies and bon bons.
17 Twentieth Street.
"Up Ain" a Good Thing
a imiti is vvhi-n he commences to
p:itrunie the American Sttam
Laumlry. "The hest laundry I ever
struck'' in what those who indulge
in a little slaii would ay. lint
entre tious if you want your linen
as faultless a when you lirst hbutrht
i , in color ami finish, we will guar
antee to do it to your satisfaction
every time. Careful handlinp ami
artistic work are amone; o.ir up-to-date
Twelfth Ntreet and Fifth Avpnae.
a good cigar. If you have cot
tried our cigars you have yet to
learn what really good ctg-arB
are never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you want
something nice in cigars, to
bacco, pipes and smoker's arti
cles give us a call.
S. &1. Arndt & Co.,
j Cengaton Elock, 1706 Second Ave
1 HdveYou Visited M
L-" VJ La J!
. I': e--,s ,. :
f I f " i i mh d
It's a Pleasure
Twu s-hiverin'' canines were ailmit-
witliin the m, rials of jiolice head
ji,;irter last niirht. One was a cute
.;ter spume! lliat liml the appear-:n-e.-
of li;:vinr lived well, while the
tl;er w:i rerairirv and starved ouk-
n! ju.-t a -Mnrinu !or. After thev
Is-en allowed tit hnr the station
leater fir :i time they were led into
he ee!I room and locked in for the
liiflit. One of the attaches of the sta
tion ii tir lit hift who claims to be up
in (Io;i.Iol'v and to understand the
annj.'e. ay the fI;w'mf conver--:iti:i
t l place between the canini
prisoner.- during' the niht:
"My people would he shocked if they
new f my puffin; in a niyht in
! ii in p." renin iked the water span-
e. "Y.:i -ee. 1 have a foiiiI home, hut
oiiieliow I wandered away with a
much of fellow.-, and was not able to
.in ! :ny way hack. One of the fe!
'iiws -niii that he knew where there
.:'- M.me easy picking at the rear of
i i'.n town hotel, so otT we hiked.
:le il the rilflit sleer. all rifflit,
:it after we ;S't oi:r till we went out
iVr a lark. We inaiie face-. ;it (Hack
Haw): and the ;ii!s and the Hons up
it Spencer senate, then played hiph
py down in the court yard. jut to
make Sheriff ileii.'er .-ore. We lit
-.if for the lower Illiil to til I'll soiner--an'ts
in the :i vvi! u-1 . but I lost my
.)..!- chile we wen- chasing around
the I ii in 1 ,T pili Say, old boy. you
ire aiioii! all in. See. I can t:in!
!hee hard knock- fcr a time. ' be-
:iu-c I am feii np to the limit. .lust
feel my fur coat. Ain't it a bird? That
garment of yours wouldn't keep a Ilea
. n. fi r;a ble."
"You needn't swed up simply be
cause you have a full stomach ami a
warm (tat. You'll jj-cl your.- when you
-how up at home. I move I in the ex--!t:.-:ve
m-I. too. before my downfall.
They say I was the handsomest mem
ber f our family when I wa- yonnif.
ii made ;he meat market daily, had
it ilk at all three ii.cnl-. and had a
r-oft spot to sleep on alongside the
iirepia-e in 1 he winter, but. like you
I fot fri.-k' one ti i 1 1 . an! went out!
for a ramble ami lo.-t my way. When
I returned three days after. I had lost
my In. me. A terrier from a neitrhbor
iiiir hec-e hutted in. and your uncle
; the ''in r slamme.l in his face
In n he rapped for admittance.
Thai's my story. I have been in the
tramp ever .-iiu e. Had a yi.imjrer
brother who wore Harrios diamonds in
hi- collar. Oh. he was a dude fur
fa":. La-t siimn.tr he went broke.'
m.winii In.- levve rv :n: one i:iv v:is
nut into the boobv hatch. Kolk
wi il ! not !::e:i to his appi'als
cct day he was sent to l
h ii it t ing gron ml."
"'Wonder if we could get something
to "-navy ui'.' I'm gelling hungry an I
ii- I oils. Whenever I iro agailisl enf
fee I can't sleep. Hail a bowl at the
bac k of ihe hi tel and it is ju.-t gM
ticg to n.e. Never allowed to have
cotVee at home. Had an
order of I
! r! chops vesterilay mornmir. is!ii
yuu hat! been along, oli man. What's
the matter with that left pin of your.-?
Hit with a street car. That's loo bad.
Well, you've got three good one- left.
Not a- bad off as our masters. When
they get too c!o-e to the car- and get
a wheel disabled it's they to the
hospital and then a month or so with a
, ... . , . , , , i
crutch. We re not such unlucky dogs
after an. Iminiic. t lieer up. hut a
75he Money Goes
arc of excellent tine quality you are justified in getting the highest
price the market affords.
Louis Hanssen's Sons,
o J. Dont fail to send us your order.
rsiarhei uaraners: semi
' -J 1.1. 2i: W i:sT SECOND ST.
The Ideal Winter Route
via El Paso.
It takes you through orange groves and across a sea of salt, past
the crumbling ruin of old missions and under the shallow of moun
tains, compared with which Gibraltar is a plaything; across rivers
and plain glittering in the rays of the most brilliant sunshine in
America? through towns that have grown up in a night, and others
that were old before New England was new.
Climatically, no other transcontinental ro:ite compares with it.
No high altitudes, little or no sr.ow. and for three-fourths of the way
no cold weather.
Through trains daily to I.os Angeles and San Francisco. Stand
ard and tonrUt -leeivers. coaches, chair cars, diner. 1'iii! informa
tion and, California literature on request.
hunch the weather : .'oing-'to chanpe.
and if these nvs with the blue
clothes don't lead us before the exe
cutioner and I h-e out at home I'll
hitch up with you. and let you in on
a few good things that will keep us in
condition until the blue birds sinir.
Then we won't care whether school
keeps or not."
"You're handing me a line 'if air 1
suppo-e you think 1 never heard be
fore." "Oli. fiddle. Oue.-s you are a live one
after all. .lust been trying you mt.
You have been around -ome yuure!f.
lint. say. we want to be friend-. W'e
dogs without homes have got to stand
together. And while we are on the
question I have an idea that ought to
sip pen! to all humanely dispo-e I peo
ple the budding of a home for out
casts of i.ur race. They are building
libraries, hospitals, asylums and the
like for our masters, but never think
of us. And let nie tell you why thev
do not. It i- simply because we don't
make a holler. We've got to get busy,
l'robably y ou and I may not live to see
the day. but it i
comiiiy. w hen we
animal- wit! receive more con-idcra
Inn at the hands of those to whom
we devote our lives. We have taken
their kick- fir centuries and hav
randy uttered a word of complaint.
fhey tell us we are treated better
than we deserve. Not much. Tin
horse has a warm stall ami plenty t
cat. Of course be works for it. Don't
we guard the house by night, lying at
the front door an 1 giving the alarm to
our masters if any one who has not
right to dares to set step within our
homes. It's time we were up and do
"That's all right, but I'm hungry
Say, pipe the sandwich over in the cur
tier. Lets start a noise and iierhans
we can wake up one of the cuppers
and he will throw it at us. Whist. I
lu-ar somei ne earning. Look pleasant.
or We are liable to get it where Alice
wore 1h' red hav.es."
An Ordinance lifgulating the Construction
f Public Halls, in tap City of Rock Island,
lie it ordaim-J by the City Council of the
City of Rock Island. Illinois.
sseetion. 1. How to en . i.
Any person, firm cr corporation, desirinc;
to tiiH-i a public bull in the city of Hock 1-1-a:id
fehall comply with the following rcgula-
i tioiis and rciuirr-infnr .mil Hit Hnin Klmll
t hiiilt. constructed, and maintained under
the direction and supervision of the Chief
i 'epji i uiui.
Sec. . Public Hall defined.
Kvery Theatre. Opera House. Hall. Church
or other building intended to be usl for pub-
Ii'" Ps'seinhlaees. rball be deemed a publi
nail vwtmn tne meaning or tins ordinance.
s'ec. i'ir. . Ileipht of floor? Firp wall.
Kvery puhli- h;ill with accomnKxlat ions for
five hundred or more peofile shall have at
least two separate and distinct exits, to be
as far apart a may be found practicable.
Those a.- oinniortatins one thousand or more
persons shall have at leat three separate and
distinct exits. The exits from all galleries
shall be independent and separate from the
exit or tne main floors. l'uDiie nans wun
a eommoaations lor one mousana persons or
more shall have the main floor not over twenty-five
feet above the street grad?: no por
tion of the main floor of any theatre, with
accommodations for five hundred or more per
son!!, shall be more than sixteen fort above
the street grade. In all theatres and opera
houses the proscenium wall shall be of brick
work, not less than sixteen Inches thick, ex-
,,'"d'"'f fro,u ,ho Rround through and four
feet above tbe roof, this brick wall to
extenJ entlre,y across tDe buildinK frora tne
fioor of the stage to the ground.
swiftly enough of course, it is a
peculiarity of money. Hut while
il is going you can at least make
sure that it is bringing good
returns by getting your sup
ply of Oardcn Seeds from us.
Itemember the best of seeds
are none too good. Cheap seeds
means bankruptcy to the ga ni
ne r. The high clr..-s seeds are
the cheapest. - Why? Itecause
they produce the largest ami
; best crops. If your vegetables
F. K. PLUMMER,
C. P. A,
HOCK ISLAND. ILL.
BOYD, D. P. A., DaTenport. Iowa.
KEL1LVE KU ( IKE
and Sore Throat,
Stcmuureof tji"- box.
lug required in any part of the wall, (ex
cept the principal openlug) shall have pro
per iron doors.
Se. 4 Kloors to be flre-proofed in.
All auditorium floors In theatres shall be
flre-proofed. either by deading the same witb
at least one inch of mortar, or have the un
der side of joists lathed with Iron and plast
ered with st least one heavy coat of mor
tar. See. 5 Partitions In theatres. Construc
tion. All partitions for rooms and passages in
theatres, if not made bodily fireproof, shall
be plastered on both sides on Iron or wire
lathing or tiling.
Sec. 6. What preceding sections apply to.
The preceding sections, from sections 1 to
i, both inclusive, shall apply only to thea
tres or public halls that may hereafter be
erected. The following provisions shall apply
to theatres or public halls that are now or
may be hereafter be erected or constructed.
See. 7. Opening in halls, etc., heretofore
All egress openings in public halls shall
have the word exit", conspicuously placed
over ftieui. in plain letters six inches In
size and shall otherwise conform to the re
quirements of section two of this Ordinance.
The aisles or passages in such halls shall at
all time be kept unobstructed. Ked lights
sb-11 be placed over all exits.
See. S. Ventilator over stage.
All thea'res cr other places of p" ifcllc ami se
nient having a seating capacity of over five
hundred persous. and having a platform or
stage, and using drop curtains or shifting
scenery, shall have a suitable ventilator
placed upon the roof and opening to the
space above the stage. Such ventilators shall
be arranged with valves, or shutters, or that
the same can be readily openel automatical
ly in case of tire, so that a current of air
will pass over the stage and outward
through such ventilator, and shall be equal in
area to one tenth of the stage.
Sec. f. Water standpipe on stage.
All such buildings shall have a water stand
pipe and water plug: to be placed on the
stage or platform, or in its immediate vicin
ity, which shall b( connected with the water
pipes or street mains of the city water works
system, and shall be put 5n under the direct
ion and to the satisfaction of the Chief of the
Sec. In Hose Attached to standpipe.
Hose shall be attached to such standpipe. of
such size as may be directed by said Chief
to have nozzle and stop-cock attached there
to: such hose shall be of sufficient leng h
extend to the farthest limits of such build
ing or place of amusement and shall at all
times be kept in good order and repair, and
ready for immediate u-e.
Pec. 11 Other standpipes required.
All public halls, with accommodations for
cue thousand or more persons, shal' hnve at
least one standpipe in the street or alit :f
the outside of the building from ground tl
roof, with hose attachments, close to a win
dow or door at each floor or gallery.
Sec. VI. Fire alarm box.
Sui h hull shi'll also be provided with a fire
alarm telegraph apparatus, connected by the
necessary wires with the headquarters of
the city fire alarm telegraph, or such othpr
place or places as the Chief of the Fire De
partment shall direct.
Sec. l.i. Fire extinguishing apparatus re
quired. It shall be the duty of all owners, agon's,
lessees i:lid occupants of such public hall to
provide such fire extinguishing apparatus at
such points about the buildings as the Chief
of the Kire Department shall direct.
Sec. II. SIiull employ fireman.
It shiill be the duty of the owner, agpnt.
lessee or occupant cf any theatre with accom
modations fur one thousand or more persons,
to emplr-y one or more competent, experienced
firemen, approved by the Chief of the Fire
Department, to be at TUch theatre during the
whole time it is open to the public: such
firemen shall report to and be subject to the
orders or the said Chief.shall be in uniform
and shnll see that all fire apparatus required
is in its proper place and in efficient and
ready working order.
See. 1.". Fire proof curtain.
Kvery public hall having a stage, with mov
able scenery . and drop curtains: shall be
equipped with a No. 1 fire proof asbestos
Sec. lfl. Automatic Sprinkler.
It shall be the duty of the owner, agon,
lessee, or occupant of any theatre with ac
commodations for one thousand or more
people to install, under the direction and su
pervision of the Chief of the Fi -e Department.
an automatic or dry sprinkler system ever
the stage. the, same to be satisfactory to
Sec. IT. Penalty---A violation of any of tbe
provisions of this ordinance
will be punished by a fine
of not less than ten dollars or more than
one hundred dollars for each offense; and
every day the said violation shall continue af
ter notice to remedy the same, shall be held
to be a separate and distinct offense.
Passed January ISth VMiA.
Approved. WM. "SleCONOCHIE. Mayor.
Attest H, C. Schaffcr, City Clerk.
MOLINE LODQE No. 5fe B. P. O.
F.Iks, meets Thursday evening.
4wl slon. U. A. BRANDT See.
WANTED A cashier's desk, six feet long.
Give description and price. Address E. S.,
WANTED 1.000 people to use Clncho Relief
Tonic, a positive cure tor diarrnoea ana
cramps. For sale hy all druggists.
WANTED Ladles to rlsit the Noondaj
Rest rooms at 1818H Third avenue, near V.
M. C. A. building. Good borne cooked din
ner from 11:30 to t. Supper Saturday only
from I to I p. m. We exist for accommo
d at ion, not profit. Rooms open a Hay to
ladles for rest.
MIS CELLAN KOCH.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anytning, engage neipor secure a suuauoD
the Mallls tbe one paper lnMollne that can
do tt tor you. Mall wants are popular and
Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word Is tbe price to aU alike, casb in
an ranee. Kent stamps will do. Evening
and Saturday MalL MoUne III
LOST ARD FODKD
LOST 1901 blrb scbool class uln. Return to
1HI Fifth avenue and teceire reward
LOST A stirk pin. in colored gold mono
gram. W. M B . In busiDess pari of second
avenue. Liberal reward for its return to
LOST A small round told brooch with opl
In center, be ween i3 Tweniy-flrsi street
and Mxth enue and Twenty-6econd
street Finrter return to 813 Twentr nrt
street and be rewarded
INFORMATION Rl'RKA I.
PARTIES desiring domestics, cocks, nurse
girls or washerwomen ran b provided by
calline or addressing 512 fiixtet ntn street.
HKATHTO AXD PLCM BIH O.
CHANNON. PEBRY A COMPANY Heating
and plumbing along selective and sani
tary lines- Careful and skilled workmen.
Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeenth
street. Phone 1146
WANTED At once.
three bell boys at the
WTANTEL Men. Steadv work, sood nay
and quick promotion. 'Rooms t and ts. Illi
nois Tneatre building.
WANTED Two men ot f air educatio". pusil
and good appearance to work in lilii ois
Expenses advanced, salarr paid weeklv.
Addres. with stain p. J. H. Moore. Kock
WANTED Bright young man to travel, ac
verttsing and collecting, (h) monthly to
start and all expenses. Selt addressed
envelope tor reply. Address Road Supt..
Ill Pcntiac building.. Chicago.
WANTED- Men to leam barber trade.
Our method saves vtatsof apprenticcsn p.
Free work, careful Instructions, diplomas
and positions giveD. loiiucements to dis
tant applicants. Can earn expenses, in
vestigate at once. Moler Barrier college.
WANTED Good reliable men to sell full
l'ce cf coffees, teas. srics and baking pow
der. Good proposition to ri.ht party. Only
those who can give t.ond need arplv. For
full particulars write or rail on Tee I'nion
Pad tic Tea company. rt West Third street.
WANTED "everal industrious persons in
each state to trav el lor house establishes!
llvears and with a larue capital. toe 11
ui-on merchants and aeents tor successful
aud profitable line. Permanent engage
ment Weekly casti salarv cf M and all
traveling expenses and hotel bills ad
vancea in cash each week. Fxpetience
not essential. Mention reference and en
close self-addressed envelojie. National.
Caxtun building. Chicago.
WANTED FEMALK HELP.
WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper bouse
WANTElv-T-wo dining room girls at .lanes'
cafe, l07 seccud avenue.
WANTED Reliable cirl tor general house
work. Apply at l's Nineteenth street.
WANTED A girl for general housework:
must be a gjod cook. References desired.
Appiy at Via Second avenue.
WANTED Competent eirl for general
housework. Must be able to cook. Small
tamilv. 8A) Nineteenth street.
WANTED A pood Rirl for general house-
wotk. Small tamily. Apnly at Sturgeon
flat No. 1, corner Sixth avenue and Twcl
WANTED Lad 'es to learn hair dressing.
manlcuriog and facial massage. Four
weeks completes, catalogue mailed.
Moler College, Chicaco.
WANTED One or two goodsingers for illus
trated songs, wonm lite 10 nave parties
that could dance (whiteor colored) Girls
preferred. Addres Entertalument com
pany, 107 Second avenue, citv.
WANTED MAI.K Oti FEMALE.
WANTED Solicitors, l'ermattnt employ
ment. AQaress "r u. care ci Artus.
FOR RENT OTice room on ground floor at
kock lsiana nouse.
FOR RENT Fcrnlshed rooms at 1011 Fourth
avenue. Modern conveniences.
FOR RENT Nic ly furnished room with all
modern conveniences at 12 ho osd ave
nue. FOR RENT Two ni-ly furnished rooms
suitable tor gentlemen. Apply 15C9 Filth
FOR RENT -A large furnished tront room
with all modern conveniences at lltW
FOR RENT Furnished rooms tor light
housekeeping, also sleeping rooms, at 1-liKl
FOR RENT Furnished room with all mod
ern improvements at 217 Fifteenth street.
Opposite court house.
FOR RENT Furnished front room with all
moilern -onvenieD-s. uitable tor gentle
men, at 531 Tweltth street.
FOR RENT- A large front ofnee in good lo
cation on Twentieth street at reasonable
tlgure. Apply to K. W. Hurst.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room with
brfth. gas ami heat. Apply at 9:0 Second
avenue. Gentlemen preferred.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with
board. Modern con entences. Electric
'phone nOCSi. Apply IS23 Second avenue
FOR RENT A large steam heated room.
suitable for two gentlemen, in the JUurt
ir building. Inquire at Maucker & Toun's.
FOR RENT Permanently, a nicelv fur
nished room with heat, for lady w ho can
give references. Price reasonable. 11:12
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms
with steam heaf., hot and cold water, bath
and gas. all on same floor. Two blocks
from business part of city. Address "A.
0.,"4T. care Argus.
FOR RENT Furnlsned 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 636 Brown.
FOR KENT HOU8K.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage, water and
sewer 607 Twelfth street. Inquire en
FOR RENT fl-r 00m house. 1918 Fourth ave
nue, near library building. Inquire 1825
FOR RENT An s-room modern house, hot
water neat hath. etc. Excellent location.
Rent 25. Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT A well built 6-room boose in
good condition, partly modern near car
line. Inquire at S33 seventeenth street.
FOR RENT A 7-room house in desirable
location: with all modern improvements
and convenience. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply E. W. Hurst.
FOB RENT Two choice thirtv-five dollar
flits In Sala building. Steam heat, hot
and fold water, janitor service, etc. Apply
trta Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT-" room cottage at 101s Four-teentb-and-a-haif
street, complet with
furnace, gas stove, bath, gas and electric
light Inquire at 1000 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Flat, corner Sixth avenue and
Twentieth street. Heat furnished, all
modern conveniences. Inouire of at. M.
sturgeon. Room iv, Mitchell ft Lynde build
FOR RENT 9-room house with good cellar
and barn at 1102 Third avenue. Very de
sirable location for parties desiring to
keep roomers and boarders: also anew
6 room house on Sixth street and Four
teenth avenue. Inquire at 1001 Firteenth
street. 'Phone 52.1.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT OR SALE On crop payments.
Mulliail. Sioux City, Iowa.
imCK ISLANO STEAM LAUNDRY Baura
feld ft Sexton, proprietors. Fine finlwh and
quick service. 1814 Third avenne Phone
LEONARD DRACK Architect and saperln
tendent. Skinner block, second fioor
Office hours to to 12 a m . 4 to l-JO p m.
OLA I R TOY A3TT.
MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clairvoy
ant, has recovered from her long ill
ness and will resume ber work. Tells
you the past, present and future
correctly. Telia you everything per
taining to business, marriage, divorce,
love anairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everything of interest. One call wta
rove her wonderful accuracy. Office
ours from 1 to 10 p.m. 7iif Fourth ave
nue. Take tte Blue Use. west-
FOR SALE CITY PROPKRTY.
FOR SALE Best bargains in lots ou Twen-tv-dtth
street and 'tenth avenue If taken
at once. Easy payments., inquire Hetdy
FOR SALE Cheap It t.ikeu at once, good
paying fruit and cigar st3ud in good loca
tion. Kent, KU per month. Address "F 13"
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
In the Dart Twenty-eecond street addition
For terms Inquire of R. S. Dart, Jackson A
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOX SALE Lots in Gregg's addition. Twee
tv-tourth and Twentv-titth streets between
Eighth-and-a-half and Ninth avenues.
Call and get prices. Keidy Bros
I'OR SALE At a bargain, a h-room cottace
in excellent condition, with bath aiso
1 am ana large 101. i-rice i ,-hju: i-i 1
balance on time. Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE or trade 15-acre truit lartn
with e-room cottage, large barn, good weil
and cistern, one mtle troni ciiv limits.
Ecknart ft Buftum. Room i:, Mitchell ft
FOR SALE Quite new T-roota house on
Th rtT -ninth street ut ar t itth avenue, ail
ia good sliat.e. has barn, nice f o-toit lot ami
cost about tl.Prt). Can be bouuht f ir l.i:v
Parties are leaving town. Inquire ot H
FOR S LE - Modern S-room house on Four
teenth-and-a-half street near Tenth ave
nue. Has one of the best furnaces in the
citv, has bath. ga. cemented cellar floor
and east tront lot. Price f:t.oo. Will sell
for less if taken quick. H K. Walker.
FOR SALE A snap if taken at once, a
h-room cottage, nearlv new. with one acre
of rich ground good barn and other out
hui'dings. good well and concrete side
walks, "pleniv of truit trees, one block
trom street car liue. Address O. H. Hand.
I .J Twentieth street.
FOR SALE -Or trade. Hotel, completely
furnished, now under lease until Julv:
nourishing town in ad joining state. lil.l'tM
inhabitants: contains 24 rooms, completely
modern, steam heat, baths, etc. Will tae
a nart cavment piece of Rock Island res
idence property. Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE A lot ot tresh milch cows at
1012 EighieentU-and-a-balf avenue, Moline.
Telephone 2.m. old 'phone.
EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY Whole
sale and retail dealers iu bituminous and
anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcie.
Offices 1718 First avenue. Telephone west
EXPRESS, STORAGE. HUS AND CAB.
KOIIK S TRANSFER CO.. 1211 West Seven
teenth street. Old 'phone 1.t37. New 'phone
M5S. New storage building. Express, bag
gage. 'bus and cab calls answered day or
Notice of Final Set l lenient.
Estate ot Augustus L. Kain, deceased.
Public notice is her-bv siren that the un
dersigned. Adam R. McBurney. has this day
men 111s linal renort ami settlement as sucu
in the county court ot Rock Island county,
aud hearing on said report has been set for
Januarv 29. Ivhii. at nine o'clock a. m.. at
wh'ch time persons in'erested mat appear
and make objections thereto, rvud It no ob
jections are Hied, said report will be ap
proved at that time, and the undersign u
will ask for an order ot distribution and
wiil also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island, 111 . Dec. . i:i.
ADAM R M BCRNEY.
Executor of last will ana testament of Au
gustus L Kain.
harry m. mtaskrin.
Attorney for Executor.
Estate otTneodore lloldort. deceased.
Tne undersigned 1 .tving been appointed
administratrix of tbe eslateof Theodore Hol
oort, late of tbe countv of Rock Island, state
of Illinois.deceased hereby gives notice that
she will appear betore the countv court
ot Rock isiand county at the county court
room, In the city of Rock Island, at the
March term, on tne first Monday in Ma'rti
next, at which time all persons hav
ing claims against said estate are notified
aud requesteu to attend for the purpose ol
having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated ifandayot .fanuary. A. D , 19C4 .
MARY HOLDOrtF. Administratrix.
LX'DOLPH & REYNOLDS. Attorneys
Estate cf William il. Graves, deceased.
Ti.r unucrsigut n having been apiiointed
exei ut ix last will and testament of
wiuiim It. Gravrs. uteot the county of
Rock Island sl.ileet liuuo's deceased. hereby
givi s notice that sMe will appear before tne
coanty court ot Kock Mik! coiie'v nt the
county court room in 11,. city vf in. Island,
at the March term, on the urst Monday in
Mrch next, at which time all persons
having -ti' ..: ir''-. nst sa id estate are i.otitiea
aim .tuioa.; t: i for the purpose ol
having the same .olj'ii ii
AH persons ii:cel,ed to said estate are re
quested to make immediate, payment to the
Dated this isth day of January. A. D. 1903.
CLARA M. GRAVES. Executrix.
William Mr.Eniry. E. D. Sweeney, and Loo
ney Kelly. Attorneys.
State of Illinois. I M
Kock Island rounty. 88
In the circuit court of said county in
Telitha Munroe vs. Pascal Breecher, Jus
tine Breecaer. Mitcc Taxman. W.A.Por
ter, Lydia Wheelan. F U Kellv, Ellen
Pearson, Nellie Elm hot! No. 0202 Fore
closure Notice Is hreby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the above
entitled cause on the 20th oar of December,
A. D. 1903 I shall, on S tturday. tne Twentieth
dav of February. A. D 1U04 at tne nour ot 2
o ciock in the arternoon. at the east door of
tbe 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
aud b'st bidder forcash in naod.thotecertain
Fiarcels of land situate inthecounty of Rock
sland and state of Illinois, known and de
scribed as follows, lowit:
The east forty l() feet of lot No. Eight
() in block No. Tnree (3) In Bailey ft Boyies'
addition t the city of Rock I'land. Also
lot No Two (I) In block No. One (I) in Gtn
eral Rodman's addition to the citv cf Rock
Dated at Moline. Illinois, this Twentieth
day ol January. A. D IMJI.
W J. ENTRIKIN,
Master In Chancery. Rock Island county. Ill
WILLIAM M ENIRY ft E. D. SWEENEY,
Complainant s Solicitors.
LOONKY& KELLY, Defendant s Solicitors.
Estate of Carl Hlnrlcnsen. deceased.
The undersigned having been appointel
administrator of tne ektate ot Carl Hir
ri -bsrn, late of tbe countv ot Rock
I'land, state of Illinois, deceated. hereby
gives notice that be will appear before the
county court of Rock ii-iand countv at the
countv court room, in the city of Rock Is
land, at the March term, on tbe Urst Mon
day in March next, at whirh lime all per
son naving claimn aga.nit said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having tne same adjusted.
All person indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this IPth dav of Januarv. A. D 14
A. G HlNRICHSEN Administrator.
Ex ecu tor's Notice
Estate of Henry P. Bosse, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
executrix of the last wiii and testament ol
Henry P. Bosse. late ot the countv ot Rock
Isiand. stale of Iilincs. deceased, here
by gives notice that be wi!l api-ear be
fore the county court of Rock Island count;
at the county court room. in the city of Rock
Island, at the Aprli term, on the nrst
Monday m April next, at wnlch time
ail persona having claims against said en
tale are noticed 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 ttla zti dav of January. A D. 19C4
HCLDA BJS.SL, Executrix.
H M McCASKRIN Attornew - aw. Reck
Island and Milan. Kock Isiant oftce iu
Beneston block. Milan ofl q ot. Msiu
CONNELLY ft CONNKLLY- AttorneT at
law. and N. A. Larson. Swedish AdvokaL
Money loaneo. Office over cram tons
bookstore, 1719 Second avenue.
JACKSON. HURST ft STAFFORD Attorneys
at law. omce in Rock Island National
LUDOLPH ft REYNOLDS Attorneys at
law. Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Nota'v pnbhe 1705 Second avenue,
SWEENEY ft WALKER - Attorneys and
counsellors at law Abstracts of Utie
Oftce in Hengston block.
SEARLE ft MARSHALL Lawyers. Money
to loan on good real est?te se-uri'.y. Mitch
ell ft Lynde block, Rock Island. 11L ,
McENIRY A McENlRY Attorneys at la-.
Loan monev on good security; make col
lections. References, Mltcbeil ft Lvnde
bankers. Omce, Mitchell ft Lynde onlld-
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at law
General legal practice. Office roone 11,
Mitchell ft Lynde building. Union Elec
tric phone Mil. .
DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeopathic
physician. Special attention to diseases of
women and children; also diseases of eye,
ear. nose and throat. Office hours, 8 SO to
13 a. m.. 1 to 4 p.m. 821 Stxteeath street
J. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours 8:oto
is in., i sii to s p. m. 2iv4j Eighteenth,
street, opposite Union office. Telephone
INSURANCE on dwelling ana household
gooes a specialty. Oldest and best com
panies, lowest rates C. R. Chamberlln,
Mitchell ft Lynde block. Poone 10S0.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and insur
ance. Old tire companies represented.
Your patronage solicited. 'Phone Union
63. Office over Thomas' drug store.
BENNETT'S Insurance acency. Fire, lite,
accicent. he.-"!1!! aud plate glass. Ret
estate and loan-. Room 2. Buford block.
Residence phone. union .WI : office. unlou 113
TORNADO INSURANCE Rales for City
property 20 cents per f 100 one year, 40 cents
per J100 three years. Vt cents per 1 1 00 Ave
years. Call or address C. R. Chamberlln
Agent. Mitchell ft Lynde building.
HAYES ft CLEA VELAND The pioneer
agency. Old time aud lire tested compa
nies. Fire, lightuiug. plate glass, tornado,
accident, lite, or almost any form of risk.
Ground floor offices 210 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; iu fart, any kind of bond vou want
(except hail bonds). Terms reasonable
Hayes & Cleavcland. resident manaeert'.
Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary
land. GOLDSMITH ft MoKEB Insurance agency.
Peoples National bank building, Ro k
Island. 111. Represent only first-class com
panies writing ttre, tornado, plate glass
liability, burclary, accident and health
insurance. All policies issued upon the
l2test plans and most liberal conditions
Surety bonds furnished through the Amer
ican Bonding company, of Baltimore, Md.
Open every Wednesday and Saturday
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marion E. Sweeney, altor.
ney, rooms 33-3f,. Mitchell ft Lynde bulld
ina. Uock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property tor
sale or rent. w. L Coyne. 30 Seventeenth
! WE make a specially ot loaning monev on
liousetioiu goods, norses. wagons, etc.,
without removal and in a quiet way. Cail
on us for quirk loans. Ftdeiity Loan com
pany. Room :W. Mitchell S Lvnde block.
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eucan bo purchased at City
Ticket office iSli Seoond ave
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m;tn avenue root or Tbirty-
irst stieei. Pjoria brar.cn depot, foot of
'e ltleth street. Phone Wi- 10WJ. West
1423. Fraak 11. Piumner. C. I. A.
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drains leave Twentieth street station. Main
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,oou 5 minutes In advance of time given.
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