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THE ARGUS, THUHSDAT, rEBBTJART 4, 1904.
In tha sky comes
tha star of health
to tha weak and
does for the stom
. cer.t dyspeptic.
ach that which it
is unable to do for
Itself, even if but
Supplies the natural
Juices of digestion and
does the work of the
stomach, relaxing the
nervous tension, while
tha Inflamed muscles
and membranes of that
organ are allowed to
rest and heal. It cures
indigestion, flatulence. Cl;Mt
palpitation of the heart,
nervous dyspepsia ar.d
all stomach troubles b tn Vt
cleansing, purifyir.g and
strengthening the glands,
membranes of the stom
ach and digestive organs.
Tear Det'er Cao Supply Jam.
Bottles only. S 1 .00 Size holding 2'4 MrosS
tha trial size, which seiia fer srv
tmtttd by E. C DeWlTT CO, CHICAGO.
Our New Store?
Drop in and 8oe our
fine lino of pureliome
made a n d ics. , 1 n ado
fn;sli daily. AVe also
have a complete line
at all times of all the
Avell known eastern
candies and bon lions.
317 Twentieth Street.
"Up Agin" a Good Thing
a m:in is when lie comruenre to
patronize tlm American Steam
Lantulrv. "The tx'st lamnlrv I ever
strunk1' is what thos; who inhile
in a little slanj; would h.iy. Hut
enlru nous if you waut your linen
as faultless as when j on lirst loujht
i-. in color and lini?h, we willxnar
a n tee to do it to your satisfaction
every time. Careful handling ami
artist ie work are among oir ui-to-tlate
Twelfth Strvt sud nrtb Afnnf.
It's a Pleasure
a good cig'ar. If you have not
tried our cigars you have yet to
learn what really good cigars
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. til. Arndt & Co.,
Uengton Block, lTOo Second Ae
V JfyYr: '-y3&
The Administration Disregards
Treaty and Precedents.
30UESE CA2IN0T BE JUSTTJIED
If It Hastens the Overthrow of Lib
erty the People of the raited States
Will Have Reason Some Day For
negrrettinff That They Ever Heard
i There is no doubt that some of these
United States, especially those border
ing on the frnlf of Mexico, are extreme
ly anxious for the ratification of the
Panama treaty. The business men of
those state think their iuateri.nl inter
-.sis will ! much improved with the
canal an accomplished fact, and they
are apparently wining mat tne coup
d'etat of I'resMent Itoosevrlt in seiz
injr the iithnius shall be condoned, even
if a yreut wrong has been committed.
In thus encouraging international law
lessness and overriding a solemn treaty
with a sister republic tuose who are
arguing the consummation of the in
hjuiiy may well pause and inquire if
their ox may not be the. next to be
If the president of the United States
is allowed to set aside treaties he may
soon override the constitution if the
occasion arises to profit politically by
so doing, and the business interests of
the very states now demanding ratifi
cation would b; the first to suffer. The
only safeguard for peace, safety and
good government is a strict compliance
with law. international or domestic.
The evidence that ".'resident Roose
velt has either carelessly or purposely
set aside the provisions of the treaty of
1810 Is to be round In senate document
No. lu, Fifty-eighth i-ongress, special
session. It contains a part of the dis
patches and instructions relating to the
disturbances on the isthmus in 1902
and a statement by Captain Ueisinger.
our senior naval officer in those seas,
asking directions from the navy depart
ment lis to what his course should be.
Hut the captiiin was very clear on the
main int. for lie added. "I am fully
aware of the fact that by treaty and
I convention we are not supposed to take
charge until the Colombian government
; has announced its inability to guard the
i road." That was the law then and was
j the law the ther day when our officers
were commanded to prevent troops or
the Colombian government from land
ing for the purM)se of keeping the
transit open over the Panama railroad.
Tims only n year ago we were assisting
Colombia in nsserting control over Iin
ama, and now we have resisted her ef
forts in that direction.
How do President Roosevelt and th
Republican senators Justify this course?
The president said it was In "the inter
est of civilization." That phrase has al
ways been usihI by kings and emperors
when they wanted warrant for usurpa
tion, but a republic cannot indorse such
doctrine unless it Is on the verge of im
perialism, nor can the White House
senators give any 'better explanation.
Overriding Colombia may hurry the
building of the oarial by a few months,
but the people will hive grave reasons
for wishing they haJ never heard of
Panama if it hastens the overthrow of
Quite the simplest interpretation of
the trite phrase "salad days" refers it
simply to the fresh green quality and
character of such vegetables as are
grown for salad and which m:iy be
taken as typical of the raw inexperi
ence of youth. Probably it was used in
this connection by Shakespeare i:i "An
tony and Cleopatra:"
My salad days.
When 1 was gret-n In judgment.
Another and very different derivation
links the expression with salle. or sad
dle, the block upon which iu olden days
schoolboys were birched. In this form
the words are allied to the Teirortb of
salad oil," for which, on All Fools
days. Imys were sent to the saddler's
shop, where they often met with a
It is Just possible that the term had
some reference to the "Saladine-tcnth."
a tax imposed by Poie Innocent III. to
provide funds from Kuglaud and
France for the crusade led by Richard
I., but this seems needlessly farfetched.
A Round of Pleasure.
The philanthropic lady sat in the
midst of the McFadden family, expos
tulating with them in n pained voice
on the frequency with which they
chased "the festive can" around the
corner to the nearest liquor saloon.
"You ought to provide some kind of
wholesome amusement for your fam
ily." said the philanthropic lady stern
ly to tU abashed McFadden. "You
should do something to lighten the
burden of living. Kvery life needs a
little sunshine in it."
"Oh. missus." spoke up Miss McFad
den. aged thirteen, eagerly, "we has
plenty of fun. There's always a fight
or somethin entertainin goin' on In
the tiniinint. Why, oney last week a
gentleman cut a lady's throat and drug
her past our door." LIpplncott's Maga
zine. Pulverised Sosjar.
If men are the salt of the earth,
women are undoubtedly the sugar.
Oid maids are brown sugar, good ma
tured matrons are loaf sugar and
pretty uirls the fine pulverized sugar.
Puss the puivcrlied sugar, please.
Annisteii (Ala.) Hot Blast.
"IHi you really believe there is such
a thing in this world as "perfect happi
"Of coarse, bat some other fellow al
ways has It. Philadelphia Ledger.
HARD TO UNDERSTAND.
The "sbtsan'i Vocabulary Was Vbj.
slinir to the StrauKfr.
He was a scholarly looking English
man, with the abstracted appearance
of n student about him. and he wanted
to take a ride to a suburban locality
and back. "What will be your charge?"
he asked the cabman.
"Two plunks." replied cabby.
"Plunks bones-cases. Ain't you on?"
"On?" echoed the other in bewilder
ment. "Not until I know how much it
is to cost mo for the trip. That is what
I am asking you."
"That's what I'm tellin' you. Two
daddies. See?' '
"I beg pardon. That is equally mys
tifying. Either I have failed to make
you understand me or I am singularly
deficient in apprehending the vocabu
lary of commerce. May I ask you to
make one more effort to tell me what
my fare will be for the proposed trip?"
"Told 3-ou live or six times. Two
bucks; two cart wheels."
A light seenml to dawn upon the be
fogged mind of the scholarly person.
Could you." he said, "by any possi
bility mean .2?"
"Sure. That's what I've been tellin'
you ail along, but you don't seem to un
A few moments later one might have
seen a cab making its way toward the
suburbs. On the driver's seat was a
brisk looking personage with his plug"
hat tilted back on his head, and on the
inside was a passenger who was indus
triously Jotting down something iu his
uotelxiok. Yout h's Companion.
A DEN OF DISORDER.
Press tiallery of tbe Fresrh
Chamber of Deputies.
The press gallery of the French cham
ber of deputies seems to enjoj- special
privileges. The reporters behave as
they please that is to say. very badly.
They shout. laugh, interrupt the ora
tors or discuss among themselves the
topics treated on the floor. As their
voices are drowned by the noise made
by the house and, their manifestations
are not easily located, the president
and his deputies affect to ignore them
ind very often let pass many boyish
pranks in which that young and some
what uneducated IhhI.v is wont to In
dulge. When they are wearied by a
speech they cry out "Cloture!" as the
deputies do to shut off a speaker. They
greet speakers whom they dislike with
groans or laughter. They make at the
top of their voices all sorts of disre
spectful remarks about the lawmakers
down below. There was one reporter
in the press gallery of the senate who.
as he entered, used to cry out the fa
iuoo ilii....- jf a sneaker of the revo
lution. "President d'assassins. je de
mande la parole:- As a rule, however,
the deputies by themselves are a spec
tacle interesting enough, and the noise
they make is distracting enough to 1110-
nojyolize the whole attention of the gal
leries as well as of the speaker; i-onse
quently the din of the press gallery
passes unheeded until once in awhile
journalist goes too far and has to be
called to order or expelled. Century.
SDK r of Slilk.
Sugar of milk, which is made front
whey, in itself has no uielicii.l quali
ties. Aside from its uses as a food
for the young, it Is known to the med
ical profession principally as a vehicle.
iioineopaiiuc pnysicians naturally use
it more than the allopaths, but loth
allopaths and homeopaths nowadavs
are giving medicine in tablet form to
n great extent, and the tablets are in
most oases made palatable by sugar of
Sugar of milk also forms the bulk of
triturations, more commonly known to
patients as powders. Only a small per
cent of the average powder is medi
cine. I5y means of mixing sugar of
milk the taking of moderate doses of
powerful drugs is made possible. In
Ihe globule or pill form this is also
A DIjs at the Satirists.
The Instinct of mankind against sat
ire Is really a very sound InstincL
Satire is always dishonest, for it is al
ways the expression of hatred for a
thing hopelessly coveted. Who satirizes
humanity? None but he who. not hav
ing the common human advantages. Is
obsessed with admiration of them.
Who satirizes plutocracy V The pauper,
who Is wnrtwed by the notion of
wealth. Who satirizes aristocracy?
The man who wishes bo had been born
:in arist04T.nL Thackeray wislu-d that,
and the Marquis of Farintosh was one
or the natural outcomes of his wish.
Max lieerbohm in Saturday Iteview.
IIoit in Advertise.
The householder in glancing through
his morning paper lias his attention
caught by the more attractive adver
tisements. Advertising is an essential
factor in iimdern business metho4ls.
anl to advertise wisely the business
man must understand the workings of
the minds of his cuslotuers and must
know how to influence them effective
ly he must know how to apply
psychology to mlvertising. Atlantic.
Instructions to tbe Cook
"How long shall I boil the
ma'am?" asked the cook.
"I don't exactly know." replied the
young housewife. iut -ok them until
thev are real tender." Chicago Iot.
T4)lee. bat Limited.
Frugal Aunt Well. Tommy, haven't
you anything to say after rating a nice
dinner like that? Tommy Yea" ra; I
hain't had half enough. Chicago Tril-uno-
The f er Mna.
Dinah now beautiful am de new
moon tonight? Mose Yt-s. It looks
dei, like n slice oh tvatermillion. San
MOXTrTS TFT A I- F?.m
l):iilv and I'.e
Three or l .oir Times
("aid! f Catarrh.
Re.MiIts in this treatment nave given
T. H. Tin inns so much eontiilev.ee in
Hyemei that he will give a montl:'
trial with the- positive un-:ertahrliiin
that if at the t ml c.f that time a curt
is not etTVcted or enough relief gained
to warrant a continued u.-e of the
treatment for a -while l nger.
money will.be rcfune-!.
Hyomei is the 011'v treatment
catarrh that has ecr beeijM.ld
:ler a "no cure, no pay" plan, and the
ciilv .ne where a month trial Treat
ment is free unless it cures.
WANTED A cashier's dess, six feet lone
(iive description and price. Address E. S.,
WANTED 1. OHO people to use Ctncho Relief
Tonic, a positive cure ior uiarrnoea ana
ciauips. For sale by all dru(? gists.
WANTED To bov a borse. 1100 to ST0
pounds. Not too ld, price not above W5
Address Hidgley. 2121 Vourtu avenue.
WANTED Ladies to visit tne Noonday
Rest rooms at 1K18H Tbird avenue, near .
M. C. A. buildintr. Good home cooked din
ner from 11 :3U to 1. Supper Saturdayouly
from 5 to 8 c m. we exist ior Jr"ommo
dation. not pro tit- Rooms open sll day to
ladies for rest.
FOR SALE House bold goods, chesp it tak
en at once. Apply at 215 Fittb streei.
FOR SALE A lot of freh milch rows at
101? E;ghteentb-and-a-balf aveoue, iuoliue.
Telephone 2 yi. oid "pboue.
FOR SALE Cheap, a nearly new upright
piano, or will trade for borse and buggy
or unable merchandise. What havevou
to offer:- Addrttw 1). ? " care 01 Argus.
IP YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage neipor secure a situation
the Mail Is the one paper In Moline that can
do It tor you. Mail wants are popular and
Mall wants bring results. One-half ceut
per word ts the price to all alike, cash In
advance. 2-cent stamps will do Evening
and Saturday Mall. Moline til
LOST AND FOUND
LIST A small. wite French poodle ans
wering to the nameot Dick. Finder re
turn to 21! Sixth avenue and be rewarded.
FOUND A small nccketbook, coa'alninr
some change, on Twentieth street, owu r
can fcave same by a ling at 1CHt Sveu
teenth street and uajiug tor this notice
LOST Between Eigh'h street and McCabe's
store a ladies' old bunting case watch and
pip. Name of owr er auu giver engraved
in case. Finder please tetura to WMii
Third avenue acd b rewarded.
OKA IN AND PROVISIONS.
H. J. TOHER & CO. Brokers, Davenport
Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. Private
wire to New York and Chicago. Offices
109 Main stieet. Telephone 407.
GEORGE H. SIDWELL A CO. Commission
merchants. Lirain. hay and provisions.
Members ol the Chicaeo board of trade
and Chicago Stock exenange. Establisued
25 years. No. 51 and f!3 Rialto building
Long distance phone. Harrison HJfifi.
AUGUSTANA COLLEGE Business depart
ment. A thorough business iraininggiven
for entry into commercial lite. Terms
reasonable- Apply at Augustana college.
VILLA DK CHANTAL A home school for
f irls conducted by tbe Sisters of the Vlsl
ation. Rudimentary and higher branches
and all polite accomplishments taught.
Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue.
THE LONG VIEW Park Floral company,
Meyer & BehrlnE, Props. Green aousei
1116 Fif teenth street. Plants, cut flower
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Cbipplan
nock nursery. Cut flowers and dealgns ot
all kinds. Citv store. )6W Second ave nac
Telephone li 10
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
GRAND HOTEL Famous Co i fax mineral
springs. Offers best accommodation at
reasonable prices. Address William Frey,
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located 6,767
teet above the sea. All tne year round re
sort. A perfect place for rest. For panic-
uiars auuress ur. Utimei r. rciuusi incur
! rf-ertor. T.as Veeas. N M.
pariuon A SON Artistic interior decora
tion. Finest line of late paper carried and
skilled workmen employed. Moderate
prices. 417 Seventeenth street.
PARTIES desiring domestics, coks. dining
room girls, nurse girls or washerwomen
can be provided by calling or addressing
512 Sixteenth street. New Phone 5ies
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Baurs
feld Si Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and
ouick service. 1814 Third avenue Phone
W- A. ROBH CO. All kinds o electrical
construction. Kattmates tarnisnea ana
service prompt and reliable. Fine line ol
gas and combination fixtures. I IB Eight
Patent and trademark office, room H,
Mitcheu & Lynde buliaing. kock
Island. James F. Murpby. associate,
brunch of Moore & Co.. patent attornes.
Washington. D. C. and Chicago. IU.
CONTRACTORS AMD BCIXDBKf.
JOHN VOLK it CO.-Contractors and build
ers. Also manufacturers of sash, doors
blinds and mouldings. Dealers la plate
window and art glass. Offices and factory,
til to 329 Eigbteentu street.
EXPRESS. STORAGE, UFS AND CAB.
ROBB S TRANSFER CO.. 130 - West Seven-
teentn street- uia pnone lajy. rtew pnone
M51 New storage building. Express, bag
gage, bus and cab calls answered day or
KMHIRE OOA. COKE COMPANY Whole
sale and retail dealers in bituminous and
anthracite coal. Prompt delivery serrcle.
Offices 1718 First avenue. Telephone west
MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clalrvov
aot, ha recovered from her long ill
Dtss and will revume her work. Telia
you the pat. present and future
correctly. Tells you everything ier
taialng to business, marriage, divorce,
love affairs, sickness death, accidents and
everything ot interest. One rail will
prove ber wonderful accuracy. Office
hours from l to 10 p. m. Fourth ave
nue. Take the Bine line, west- .
ITANTED MALsl HstTLP
WANTED At once.
three boll boys at the
WANTED biifciitiHJv to learn trade,
ply at IE08 Sccoud aveuue
W ANTED An outside salesman at once.
We pa f highest wanes of any house in th.
three cities and furnish horse and waron.
Call at -1 2 Fourth avenue. Rack Is'and.
WANTED -Two wagon salesmen :o sell
coffees teas, etc Spiencid hanre for a
ood man. Must be a steady, energitic
bustier. Permanent position, good pay.
Boud require J. Bartlett Bros.
WANTED Bright young man to travel, ad
vertising and collecting, o monthlv to
start and all expenses. Self addressed
envelope tor reply. Address Road Supt.,
ill Pcntlac building.. Chicago.
WANTED Responsible pefsint to art is
agents in evety county for article in big
demand bv farmers and truck growers.
Salav or commission. Prompt rei ly ner
essarv. The Protecto company, Mon
WATS TED- Men to lrarn na-ber trade.
Our method saves vearsof apprentices!! p.
Free work, careful instructions, diploma
?.i;d positions given. Inducements to dis
tant app'icanls. Can earn espenstji. Iu
vestigale at once. Moler Barber college
WANTED Good reliable men to sell full
lice of coilees. teas, st ices and bakin? now
der. Good proiosition to riibt partv. Only
those who can t;'.ve bond need ar-piy. For
f 'J 11 tiarii-u'ars write or rail on The I'nioa
t'acldc Tea company. HM w est Third street,
WANTED several industrious persons in
each state to travel for bouse established
II years and with a large capital, to call
upon mercnnis ana seems tor suocesstul
and profitable line, permanent engage
ment.. weeKiy casn saiarv 01 ta and an
traveling extienses and hotel bills ad
vanceu io cash each week. Fxperienre
not essential. Mention reference and en-
ctofe self-addressed envelope. National.
v Caxton building, Chicago.
WANTED F EM A LIS HELP.
WANTED Pantry girls atthe Harper house
WANTED A washerwoman
at S16 Nine-
WANTED At once, twenty sewing girls at
'i ri-city itegana company, opposite M. w.
WANTED A girl for general housework:
mut be a good cook, deferences desired.
Apply atuib Second avenue.
WANTED Lad'es to learn hair dressine.
manicuring and lacial massage. Four
weeks completes, catalogue mailed,
Moler Co'lege, Chicago.
WANTED One or two good singers for iilus-
iraiea songs, wo'uo use to nave parlies
that could dance (white or colored). Girls
preferred. Addrers Entertainment com
pany. 18 7 Second avenue, citv.
WANTED Position as coachman bv man of
French nationality. Apply at 201 Third
FOR RENT ROOMS
rooms at H03 Sec-
FOR RENT Office room on ground floor at
kock island nouse.
FOR RENT Nicf ly furnished room with all
mouern conveniences at 1228 isfcond ave
nue. FOli KENT Room for I11MU housekeeping
lurnlsncd or unfurnished. t.'O Eleventh
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms
suitable for gentlemen. Apply 1609 Filth
FOR RENT Two furnished rootrs for lie tit
housekeeping at 4K3 Sixth avenue. New
FOR RENT A large furnished front room
with all modern conveniences at Uu3
FOR RENT Furnished rooms lor light
housekeeping. Modern conveniences, lull
FOR RENT Furnished room with all mod
ern improvements at 317 Fifteenth street.
Opposite court bouse.
FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms with
heat and all modern conven.enc es at 110s
FOR RENT Furni8ned front room with all
modern -onveniences, suitable for gentle
men, at 531 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT- A large front office In good lo
cation on Twentieth street at reasonable
figure. Apply to E. W. Hurst.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room with
bth. gas and beat. Apply at '910 Second
avenue. Gentlemen pre ferred.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with
bord. Modern con eniences. Electric
'phone ROCS. Apply 12-J Second avenue.
FOR -RENT Furnished rooms with good
board in a private German boarding
bouse, all modern improvements, at reas
onable price. Mrs. F. C. Habn. 637 Seven
teenth street. Phone 638 Brown.
FOR RENT HOTjMK.H.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with sum
mer kitchen. 12;2 Sixth avenue. Inquire
at 12-.' I Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT A well built e-room hocse in
good condition, partly modern near car
line. Inquire at 933 seventeenth street.
FOR RENT A T-room houfe In desirable
location: with all modern improvements
and conveniencer. R'ect reasonable. Ap
ply E. W. Hurst.
FOR RENT -Two choice thirtv-live dollar
flits in Sa)a building. Steam heat, hot
and eold water. jaDitoi service, etc. Apply
FOR RENT Flat, corner Sixth avenue and
Twentieth street. Heat furnished, all
modern conveniences. Inouire of M. M.
sturgeon, Room ltf. Mitchell & Lvnde build
FOR RENT A 10-room house with all mod
ern conveniences, one-hait block trom Elm
street car line, located on Twentv-ninth
street Rent reasonable if taken at once.
Call at 8.7Twentv-nlnth street.
FOR RENT Two-tory house at 1102 Third
avenue, suitable for two ramiiies. four and
five rooms each par. Also a n-rnom house
on Sixth street and Fourteenth avenue,
l'.rquire at 1).4 Fifteenth street. Pnone
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT OR SALE On crop payments,
several choice farms Send for list John
Mulhall. Sioux City. Iowa.
H BATING AND PLUMBING.
CHANSON, PERRY & COMPANY Heating
and Plumbing along scientific and sani
tary lines. Careful and skilled workmen.
Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeenth
treet. phone 1148
Executor's No tit.
Estate of John H. Lloyd, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed
executrix of the. last will and testament ol
jotioll. Llovd. late of tbe county of Kock
Inland, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
Hives notice that she will appear before the
countv court of Kock lsiand county at tb
county court room, in the citv ot Roct Isl
and, at the April. A D. l'.Ot. term, on tbe first
Moauav in April rext. at wmcn time ail per
son having claims agamst said estate are no-
tltlec aea requested to atiena ior tbe pur
pose ol baving the same adjusted.
Alt persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to thr
Dated this 1st day of Feb-uary.A. D.. 1B04.
ELLEN LLOVD. Executti.
for 8AI.K crrr peopkrtt.
FOR SALE Best bargains In lots on Twen
tv-Uitli street and 'leuih avenue if taken
at once. Easy payuieuu.. Inquire Beidy
FOR SALE Cheap it taken at once, good
paying fruit and cigar stand in good loca
tion. Bent, 10 per month. Address "F 13
FOR SALE OR REST Seven room bouse
with lot 4oxi"2 situated at 9-3 Fourth ave
nue. Rock Island. Sold on easy terms. O.
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For terms Inquire of R. S, Dart, Jackson &
Hurst's office. Masonic temple
FOR SALE Lots in Gregg's addition. Twenty-fourth
and Twentv-flfth streets between
Elghth-and-a-haif and Ninth avenues.
Call and gefprices. Reidy Bros
POR SALE At a bargain, a rvrcoui collate
in excellent condition, with bath aiso
barn s.nd large lot. Price f 1 500: tM ca.-.h,
balance on time. Goldsmith McKee.
FOR SALE or trade 1
with tj-room cotfase. lai
5-acre truit frm
rce darn, gao wen
an1! cistern, one mtie from
Eckhart & BufTutn. Room 1
!.i mie building
FlR SALE-ln south HeMs a splendid
good house of ave roams wi'h bun and
attic, lot xOxSui. good nara and fruit tree.
One block from Eighteenth avnue and
the street car. Price ?i,9.0. H. W alker.
FOR SALE One of the best built houses in
Uork Island located on Fourteenth and a
half 1 treet between Ninth and 1 enth ave
nues House almost new lias eicht rooms,
lanndrv. bath, furnace, double tioors. tile
walks, cinder street. Price W.0iHt. 11. u
FOR SALE A snap if taken at once, a
f-rooin cottage, nearly new, wiih one acre
of rich ground good barn and other out-
buUdincs. t ood well and concrete side
walks, p'eniv of fruit trees, one block
from street car line. Address O. H. llaud.
ISi Twentieth street.
E. J. BURNS City and country real estate.
If you have property for safe, list It with
me. It you want to buy I will do mv best
to get you what you want. Room tl, Mitch
ell A Lynde block. Telephone UWl.
Estate of Theodore Holdort deceased.
The undersierned havinit been appointed
administratrix of the estate cf Theodore Hol
dorf. late of the countv of Rock Island, state
of Illinois. deceased, hereby gives nctice that
she will apear before the county court
ot Rock lsiand county at the county court
room, in the city of Kock Island, at tbe
Much term, on the first Monday in March
next, at which time all persons nav
lng claims against said estate are notiUed
auu requesieu 10 aiienu ior me purpose 01
baving me same aujustea.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate' payment to thf
Dated letn day ot January, a. u.,igv4
MARY HOLDOKK. Administratrix.
Lt DOLPH & REYNOLDS, Attornevs
Estate of William H. Graves, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
execute ix of tbe last will aud testament ot
William It. Graves, late ot the county ot
Rock Island stateoi Illinois deceased. hereby
gives notice that she will appear before tne
county court of Rock Island county at the
county court room in tnecity or kock isiaua.
at the March term, on the first Monday in
March next, at which time all persons
having clalmsagainstsaidestate are uotined
and requested to attend tor tne puriiose 01
baving the same adjusted.
AH persons lnuemeu to saiu csiate are re
quested, to make immediate payment to the
Dated this isth day of Jan-iarv. A. D. 1003.
CLARA M. GKAYES. Executrix.
Notice of I Iu tl Settlement.
Estate ot Lucy A. I dgingtou, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned. William II. ?chriver, executor of
trie lut will and tesLament ot LucvA. Eds
i tit ion. has this dav tiled his tlnal
reportand settlement as such In the county
court of Rock Island county, and bearing on
said report has been setfor February -ii. lPtM,
at 80' lock a. m . at which time persons in
terested may appear and make objections
thereto and'it no objections are hied, said
report will be approved at that time, and
the undersigned will ask for an order of dis
tribution and will also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island, HI.. Jan. vs. 1904.
WILLIAM H. SCHRIVER. Executor.
Notice or Final Settlement.
Estate ot Jamts Elmer DeLong. deceased.
Pub ic notice ii hereby given that the
undersigned. Mary DeLong, ad mi distra
it is ot tte cute ot .1 ames fciimer ueLong.
1'cceaneri, nas ttiis a .y niea tier tinal re
port and seit ement as such in the county
cou.tot Hock 1-v.ird Coun'y. an'l htar'nn
on saia r. port ht '"' t in.- licuarv
2J 1901. ai nine o'clock a. u... .i svn c'n
time persons in'ereited may appear and
matte obj ciiocs thereto, and it no ib
j... ; ,,,11 ,;- 11 sad rcbort will be aj;
pro.id .l. t i.t . auJ the uurt-rsi '.ii' !
wi 1 as lor an order t ciitrilmtsou and
i 1 also ak to be discharged.
Hock I land In . Jan 2'. li4
MakY DKMisi;. A im!n'.stratilx.
JACKSON, UUltVl' Jt STAFFOKL,
William Mr.Eniry. K. D. Sweeney, and Loo
ney Jc Kelly. Attorneys.
State of Illinois, I.
Rock Island kunty. (
In the circuit court of said county In
Telitba Munroe v. Pascal Rreecher, Jus
line Hreecocr. Mike Tjxman. W.A.Por
ter, Lydia Wheeian. F H Kellv. Ellen
Pearson, Nellie Eimhoff No. tore
Notice Is hreby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the above
entitled cause on tne Stith nay of December,
A. D. 1W3 I shall, on sturdav. tne Twentieth
day of February. A. I) I'M at tne "our ot t
o clock in the afternoon, at tbe cast door or
tbe court house in tbe city of Rock island
in said county of Hock Island, to satlsf v said
decree. Nell at public vendue, to tne highest
and best bidder for cash in naod.tbot-e certai u
parcels of land situate In thecounty of Rock
Island and Male of Illinois, known and de
scribed as follows, to wit:
The east forty 10) fet of lot No. Eight
(K) in block No. Three 3) In Bailey A Uoyies'
aadition tt the titv of Rocs Inland. Also
lot No. Two () in block No. Onejl) IKJ.n
eral Rodman's addition 10 tne city cf Kock
Dated at Moline. Illinois, this Twentieth
day 01 January, a. D 1'.ji.
W. J. ENTRIKIN.
Master In Chancery. Kock Island county. Til
WILLIAM M'ENIRY .V K. D. SWEENEY,
C"mpllnaPt h Solicitors.
LOON KY &. KfcLLY. Defendant sSollcitors.
Ad ml a intra tor's Notice
Estate of Carl Hinrlchstn, decease
Tbe undersigned having been appointel
administrator of tne estate of Carl 11.--ri
bsi-n, late of tne county ot Kock
Inland, state ot Illinois. Ceceaini. hereby
gives notice that he will appear before the
county court ot Rock Island ctuntv atthe
county court room. In the city of Rock Is
land, at tbe March term, on the tirst Mon
day in Mtrcb next, at which time all ier
boq navlng claims against aid estate are
DOliuea ami requested to attend tor the
purpose of baving tne san.e adjusted.
Ail persons indrbted to said estate are re
qutrted to make immediate payment to the
Dated thH 13th day of January. A. D. toot
A. O HINRICHSEN Administrator
Estate of Henry P. Rosse, deceased.
The undersigned l.avlsr been amtcinted
executrix of the last win and testament ol
rtenry r . Mosse. late 01 tne couttv ot Rock
Island., slate of lllluois. defeased, here
bv gives notice that she will appear be
fore the county court of Kock Inland county
at the countv court room. In the city ot Rock
Iland. at toe April term, on the dru
Monday in April next.- at wnicii time
all persona having claim again.t said es
tate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of baving tbe same adjured.
All persons indebted to ald estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 2th dav of January. A D. IV I
liULDA IijfejSE, Eaecutiix.
II M McUASKRIN Attorney -1 -'aw. Rock
Island and Milan. Kock hoanu otfice m
Heaps von block. Milan office 01 Main
CONNELLY & OONNELLY Attorneys st
Jaw. and N. A. Larson. Swedish Advokat
Money loanea. Office over Cram; tou t
book store, 1719 Second avenue.
JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD Attorneys
at law. Office m Rock Island National
LU DOLPH & REYNOLDS Attorneys at
law. Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Nota-r public. 17U6 Second avenue,
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys acd
counsellors at law Abstracts of title.
OSiee la Bencston block.
SEA RLE & MARSHALL Lawyers. Money
to loau on good real estate e-urlty. Mitch
ell & Lynde block. Rock Island, III.
McENIRY & MeENIRY Attorneysat7ar7
Loan money on good security; make col
lections. References. Mitchell & Lynde
bankers. Office, Mitchell A Lynde build
ing. JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at law.
Oeneral legal practice. Office room 11,
M.tcnell & Lynde building. Union Elec
tric phone fklol.
DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeopathic
physician. Special attention to diseases ot
women and children; also diseases of eye.
ear, nose and throat. Office hours, 9 30 to
1a. ro.. 1 to 4 p. m. $31 Sixteenth street
J.T.TAYLOR Dentist Office hours 8 Juto
t? m.. i.so to 5 j. m. siw Etgnteenta
street, opposite Uaiou office. Telephone
INSURANCE on dwellings and household
goods a sjiectalty. Oldest and best com
panies, lowest rates C. R. Chamherlin,
Mitchell & Lynde block. Phone 1030.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and Insur
ance. Old tire cotnparies represented.
Your patronage solicited. 'Phone Union
63. Office over Thomas' drug store.
HEXNETT'S Insurance agency. Fire, lite,
accident. he.tu and plate glass. Rea
estate and loaiM. Room 2. Ruford block.
Residence phone. union 361 : office.unlon 113
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property SO cents per f 100 one year, 40 eents
per tlOO three years, m cents per 1 100 live
years. Call or address C R. Cbamberiin
Ageut, Mitchell & Lynde building.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND The rloneer
agency. Old time and tire tested compa
nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado,
accident, lite, or almost any form of risk.
Ground floor offices 810 to 818, 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 tact, any kind of bond you want
(except bail bonds). Terms reasonable
Hayes &. Cleaveland, resident nianaeern.
Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary
land. GOLDSMITH & McKEE Insurance aeencv.
Peoples National bank building, Kock
Islaud, 111. Represent only nrst-class com
panies writing tire, tornado, plate gla.s
liability, burglary, accident and health
Insurance. All policies issued uion the
latest plans and most liberal conditions
Suretv bonds furnished through the Amer
ican Bonding company, of Halt! more. mj.
uten every Wednesday
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
iuwcsi idicn. jvjtriuu n.. weeufy, atlor.
ney, rooms 33-3.i, Mitchell Sl Lynde bulld
lng. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on an v
kind of security. Aiso choice urouertT for
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne. Uu Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WE make a specially ot loaning money ou
household goods, horses, wagons, etc.,
without removal and in a quiet way. Call
on us tor quick loans. Fidelity Loan com
pany. Room Mitchell & Lvnde block.
M TKAVKLfCK OOIOK.
CHICAGO. RJCK ISLAND
Pacific rt:i way TtCi
bt gait be purchased at City
Ticket offlae IH18 Second ave
nue, or C, R. L 4P. depot
Firth avenue foot, of Thirtv-
Pjoria branch depot, foot of
e uleth street. Phocn
wesk I3W3, West
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