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THE ABGTX8, MONDAY, MAUCH 14: 1904
In the sky comes
the star of health
to the weak and
does for tho stom
ach that which It
U unable to do for
Its If, even If but
supplies the- natural
luices of digestion and
does the work of the
stomach, relaxing tha
nervous tension, while
the inflamed muscles
and membranes of that
orran are allowed to
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of the heart.
nervous dyspepsia and rti'Vl'
an aiomacn troubles by
cleans: nr. curifvlnr and
Strengthening the glands,
membranes of the atom.
ach and digestive org ana.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Tver Dsalsr Caa Ssssfr Ym.
BottlM only. S 1 .00 Slza holding 254" OiBee
tba trial six, which aalia far sr
fmerad hy C CDtWITT t CO, CH1CA0O.
- - a m v v .
"Up Ag n" a Good Thing
a man is when he commences to
patronize the American Steam
Laundry "The best laundry lever
struck" id what those who indulge
in a little shin;' wouM fay. IJut
:niro nous if you want your linen
as faultlfs.s as when you first riought
i , in color and linish, we willguar
.itittf to !- to your satisfaction
very time. Careful handling and
irtistio work are among oir up-to-
Twelfth Street mil Firth Arena,
It's a Pleasure
a good eigrar. If you hare 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 ns a call.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
Cengston Block, 1706 Set ond Ave
SAWED BUILDING STONE, ASHLAB
AND TRIMMINGS A SPE
CIALTY. For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone docs not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Tlans sent
us for estimates will recede care
ful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Cock
- -Aland on the C, R Q. railroad.
Tra-rip No. 5 and 10 will stop and
let vU "iters off and on.
Bisnxs e'sttOxe. corn ckib blocks
AND FOUNDATION STONE,
ANY ;SIZK DESIRED.
' Sample of s tone and photos of
r buildinprs can b seen at Room No.
12. Mitchell Lyfde building. Ad
dress ARTHUR BUKRAa'L. Manager.
Bock Island cr Corona, EL
AGRICULTURE HILL RULES.
Roses, Carnations, Paeonies and Her Other Beauti
ful Subjects Create Spots of Won
(I'y Claude H. West more.)
Author of "Out of a Fleur-de-Li.
In the first grouping of palaces for
.he Lousiana purchase exposition
that i, trie nrst grouping on paper,
urricMiiturc was given a place arannj
the other large exhibit buildin;
iJut a controversy over a tract of land
aus'd an alteration of the plans and
igriculture, with her satellites, horti
u It u re and forestry, fish and game,
vas assigned to another portion of the
The disarrangement of the original
-cheine was looked upon as a di-firtire-
ment at the time, but the sequel has
hovii that the readjustment has re
sulted in the world's fair grounds be-
nir completed on a scheme of grand-
fur not even, thoug-nt of during the
nonths when architects and landscape
Gardners were in fiailv consultation;
ml the early dispute over the tract
f land since amicably adjusted to
the glory of the pike proved a bless-
ng in dir-gui-e.
For agriculture, rising in her might
n a western hill, is the center of
i second picture that rivals in beauty
the first with its setting of ten main
buildings. In the first picture, water,
'eaping from three cascades and sur
rounded in part by the colonnades and
festival hall, is the central gem. where
as in the second, acres of flowers riv
p?e under the bree.e a lagoon of
flowing, growing color that in beau
ty rivals the latri.-on of crystal water
'uto which the cataracts plunge.
When this readjustment was an
nounced, Frederick W. Taylor, chief
of agriculture, and subsequently made
diicf of horticulture, asked and a
granted permission to arrange the
-lecoral ion of the grounds as well as
the exhibit building which was under
his s uper i.-inn. Then, with the pres
tige which he has established by his
work at the Omaha and llufTalo cxpo-
itinns. he called to his assistance the
leading; nurserymen, florists and gard
eners f t he country, w ho ouicklv and
eagerlv res ronrleil. to the rnJ now
reached, which is that flora, in all het
piory. was never seen in sucn lavisn
ostume as thv wears at the world's
air in 1!)4.
Think of .10 acres devoted to th?
yrowth of seeds and bulbs! rifty
cres with things of hcauty springing
from the soil! Never, in the histoly
hi exjHisition making was such an oj
iiortutiitv offered, until, by chance, the
'round plan of this greatest of all
fairs v. as altered.
First, the slaves of the lamp of
Flora wooed tin rose, and in th'
-ping of MHK! r.n.oiH) of these plants
were placed in the ground where they
were carefully watched during the
summer and fail and as caret uny
tucked away to sleep under beds of
fraw when winter's blasts swept
I own from the north. This summer
hey will be most prolific an-1 their
doom will cover six acres. Kurope
gave the idea of the formal liedding
for this rose garden, the borders be-
ng similar to those seen in England
an I France.
It is but a step from this region.
which has fragrance and flower of the
northern clime, into the tropics
around a corner, in tact, to me space
which extends south of agriculture
palace, between that and the palace
of horticulture. Here, in water that
nring the early spring months is
heated by coils of steam pipes, are to
be found lilies of the upper Amazon
and the lotus of the Nile, their lux-
triant blooms coaxed into earlv growi
ng by the artificial heat leneath.
Rustic bridges span the ponds ami
around the gnarled woodwork creep
ines that once lived in the jungle.
West of agriculture, between that
tructure and the Philippine village.
are two acres of lana devoieu to
nothing but what grows in the city
of St. Louis and St. Louis county.
During the summer of 1!K)3 several
soiia'ls i f men. engaged oy tne ngri-
ulture department of the exposition,
xptored the woods and fields in the
icinity of the exposition site and
wagon load after wagon loaa m
livings that grow weeds and domes-
tie garden flowers were transpiant-
d into this section.
We are going to show what a
beautiful display can be made with
ome of the plants which are termed
veeus. said .Mr. Iavior, ami we in-
iee the nomenclature will then be
hanged to that of wild flowers."
Yet this is no tame show, the floral
xhihit of St.
Louis city ami county.
'No section of land of similar size
the I'nited States contains such a
iriety of plant life." recently said
William Vincent Byars. who is recog
nized as an authority on botany ns
well as literati. Anil he added: I
ate found flowers indigenous to Si
beria in the fields; they probably
were wafted on a hign nonnwesi
wind to this zone: and I -have also
iscovered vegetable life that started
in the tropics. tJne pretiy nine
reeper that only came into this
country a vrar ago. was hrst discov-
rcd in Texas. It has followed the
line of the Missouri. Kansas v Texas
railroad, advancing slowly year after
year, until it has at last reached here.
o add a beaut v simt wherever it has
Then there i a pretty grass that
was unknown in the county until the
it of grasshoppers a score of years
go. that season everytning green
was cut down, even the roots neing
estroyed bv the insects, so that
farmer were at a loss to know what
would rise above the surface in the
pring. And when that season came
they were much surprised by the dis
covery of shoots of green that before
then had been unknown in this vicin
ity. At last someone recognized a
grass that grew in Texas and a
scientist explained the seeming phe
nomena. The eggs deposited by the
grasshoppers in the soil, said he. con
tained seeds eaten in Kansas, and in
this strange manner did nature work
to repair the ravages wrought by in
sects. These grasses, the plants that were
wafted from Siberia, the flowers that
came by train from Texas, and thous
ands of other growths, that hereto
fore have been looked upon careless
ly by persons who hasten through
wooded places and fields on trolley
ears, rn automobiles and in carruipes.
can be seen this year in Mr. Taylors
novel garden section, and they there
appeal for recognition that is their
just due. j
The great valley of the L'nited
States, that resion extending from
the banks of the Mississippi to the
foothills of the Rockies, has repre
sentation in arboreal growth border
ing the main approach to the north
east end of agriculture palace, and
among other tre?s are the silver ever
green that is indigenous to the mouu
In front of the north entrance to
this palace is the floral clock, 100 feet
in diameter, an engineering as well as
floriciiltural triumph. But that
masterpiece is another stor;-, to borrow-
the phrase used by Mr. Kipling.
In examining this floral ilisplay,
visitors must bear in mind that every
thing except the "weed garden" has
been supplied by exhibitors, the bor
ers for beds being exhibits, and even
the grasses that are used in agricul
tural displays come from contestant's
n Flora's arena.
Of secondary importance, yet of
ecn more interest, perhaps, to many
exposition sightseers, i the indoor
display of fb wering .plants, exhibited
n a conservatory 204 feet wide bv "'.''
feet long, three sides being enclosed
in glass and the fourth being separa
ted from the pomological display by
a glass partition. Here one will sure
ly be in a tropical jungle and will walk
between palm trees of many varieties,
those famed for their beautiful foli
age anil tall, smooth trunks, and those
that bear the succulent cocoanut.
Also growing here are rubber trees, I
rea'i.v to be tapped for their valuahli
.-a p. and coffee trees, the berries o
commerce clinging to the branehe
.rtinciai neat keeps this place at an
even temperature the temperature
of Mtmmer in the region of Kio de
Another phase of the agricultural
exhibit will be the display of flower
ing plants and cut flowers. These in
tercsting and beautiful exhibitions
will occur twice a month, and the
blossoms will be selected at the tiim'
when that particular flower is at it
best. Thus in season will be shown
roses, carnations, gladiolas. dahlias
peonies, and so on through the list
and. as a final exhibit of splendor, w ill
be a displav of chrysanthemums.
Thus, in a glorv of gold, the floral ex
position will come to au end.
WHAT'S GOING OX.
T. II. Thomas, the popular drujrjrist.
is thinking of putting- a penny-in-the
slot weurhinar machine in his store.
so that those who use Mi-o-na can te.M
how much they gain in weight every
There is talk of forming a "Get Fat
society in Kock Isianu. it will lie a
jolly- crowd, as fat people are alw ays
happv. This will undoubtedly in
crease the sale of Mi-o-na, tne nesn
forming fooI. for which T. II. Thomas
is the local ag-ent.
It is rather unusual for a physician
to treat his patients on the no cure,
no pay plan. However, this is the way
druggist T. H. Thomas is selling- Mi-o-na,
as he agrees to refund the price of
SO cent a box if it does not cure all
stomach troubles and increase weight.
The Argus is going- to publish the
experiences ;f those who have used
Mi-o-na. the remarkable flesh-forming
food Send in jour letters and tell
what this preparation has done for
The remarkable results from the
ue or our advertising- columns has
never been better shown than in T. II.
Thomas" laige sale f Mi-o-na. This
preparation has not ben advertised
for very many months, but it already
is the best selling- article in T. II.
Do Tou Want Strencth?
If you want to increase your
.strength you must add to and not
take from the physical. In other words
the food that you eat must be digest
ed, assimilated and appropriated by
the nerves, blood and tissues before
being expelled from the intestines. Ko
dol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physi
cal. It gives strength to and builds Hp
strength in the humeri system. It is
pleasant to the taste and palatable,
and the only combination of digest
ants that will digest the food and en
able the system to appropriate all of
its health and strength-giving quali
ties. Sold by all druggists.
La grippe coughs yield quickly to
the wonderful curative qualities of
Foley's Honey and Tar. There is
nothing else "just as good. AU drug-gists.
coram TEjir LK.
Tohn An .lerson to D. A. Anderson
lot 3. William Wilmerton's add.. Mo
E. II. Guver et al to Louis Vander
ville. lot 10. block l'2t. New Shops add..
East Moline, $300.
Frank Kallenbach to Paul C. Melum,
lot 1 and 2. Second Fairinount add.,
C. E. I'oenitz to C. M. l'oenitz
50 feet lot 4. subdiv. of lot 1, Eklund's
subdiv., w se'i. se'i C. 17. bv, $10
C. N. Barton et ul to Mary Barton
w'. nV- sw. C3 lt". Iw. $1.
B. Jt Peek to Schiiler Ilosford, lots
5 and C. block A. Moline Water Pow-
er company's add.. Moline. $1.
L'nited States to William Loyal, sw '
FOB RE1TT - ROOM W
FOR RENT Office room on ground floor at
Kock island house.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms very reason
able at 28 Twentieth street.
FORBENT -Furnish d room i at 10! 1 Fourth
avenue. Modern conveuieuc s.
FOR RENT Two larce furnfsre' rooms.
Inquire at 58JS Fifth-acd a half avenue
FOR RENT Oftice room.fecond flcor in Tre-
mann building. AppU at is:i Sixth avenue.
FOR BENT Two nicely furnished rooms
suitable for gentlemen. Apply 1509 Fin h
FOR RENT A laree furnished front room
with all modern conveniences at 1103
FOR RENT Furnished front room with all
modern 'onveniencrs. suitable for gentle
men, at 531 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT A nicelr furnished room with
all mod'rn convenience?. Gentleman pre
ferred, izjs second av-nue.
FOR RENT Nicely furn'.si ed front room
with ue of telephone and bath, gas and
heat at via second avenue.
FOR RENT Rooms completely furnished
tor Debt housekeeping on first and second
floors at 11 16 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room with
nam. gas ana neau Apply at aiu aecona
avenue. Gentlemen prtterreo.
FOR RENT Four very desirable rooms on
nrst noor witn wsier anu sewer, uooa
cellar. Apply at 706 Fonrth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with
board. Modern con eniences. Electric
'phone &00W Apply Second aveuue
FOR KENT A nicely furnished front room
with alcove and all modern co-venieuceo.
Vicinity of Hrcadway church. Address I
' It 31" Argus.
FOR RENT Larre and very pleasant offlre
room wp h excellent nchk tor once worn
in verv desirable bu-in ss location. Rent
re?soriable. Inquite at E. W. Burst's office.
uiu puonenuz neweius.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with rood
board In a private German boarding
bouse, all modern improvements, at reas
onable price. Mrs. F. C Hahn. 637 Seven
teenth street. Phone 636 Brown.
FOB KENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Six room bouse on Seventh
street and Eleventh avenue. Goldsmith &
FOR RENT House of seven roorcs with
modern improvements, inquire at 610
FOR RENT A S-rnom house with water and
sewer at l'8-s Seventeenth stteet. Inquire
at sou beventeentn street.
FOR RENT A 6-rootn honsewiih modern
conveniences at .VJ5 Eleventh street. In
quire at 800 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT A well built 6-room house in
good condition, partly modern, near car
line. Inquire al 93.1 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT AO-room house at S a month.
Also a 3-room house. Call at Seventh strtet
and Eleventh avenue weavers grocery
FOR R RNT One choice flat in the Sala
bu ldine. Steam heat, hot and cola water.
janitor service, etc. Apply IK28 Fourth
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Nice location. Will
rent to family of two. Address "A 21,"
FOR RENT Flat, corner Sixth avenue and
Twentieth street. Heat furnished, all
modern conveniences. Inouire of M. M.
sturgeon, Room 1, Mitchell & Lynde build
FOR RENT A 6 room fiat with all modern
conveniences on Fifth avenue and Thirty-
tirsi street call new 'pnone 61H Daven
port or address G. A. Koester 10"H Main
PARTIES desiring domestics, conks, dining
room gtris, nousexeepers, nurse girls or
washerwomen can be provided by calling
or aaoressing si: bixteentn street. New
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN cn real estate security at
lowest rates, oianon is. tweeney, attor
ney, rooms 83-S5, Mllchell A Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
una oi security, aiio (ng-.ee property tor
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne. 130 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WE make a specialty ot loaning money on
nousenoia gooas, norses, wagons, etc.,
without removal and in a qnlet way. Call
on us lor quick loans. Fidelity Loan com
pany, hoodi as. aiiicneii s Lvnac biocK.
PARIDON & SON Artistic interior decora
tion. Finest line of late paper carried and
skilled workmen employed. Moderate
prices. 417 seventeenth street.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anything, engage help or secure a situation
the Mall is the one paper in Moline that can
do It for you. Mall wants are popular and
Mall wants bring results. One-half rent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. Kent stamps will do. Evening
ana saiaruav nui. aouiic iu
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
GRAND HOTEL Famous Colfax mineral
springs. OCers beet accommodations at
reasonanje prices. Address William Frey,
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located 8.797
leet aoove the sea. All tne year round resort-
a perfect place for rest. For partic
ulars address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins. Medi-
cu uirecior. ias vegas. is i.
Patent and itAlemark office. . room H.
Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock!
island. James r. Murphv, associate,
branch of Moore & Co.. patent attornejs.
AlOlCg LUDi LJ. V-. AUU LlliCagO, ill.
HEATING. ANU PLUM KINO.
CHANNON. PERRY COMPANY Heating
and plumbing along sclentiac and sani
tary lines. Careful and skilled workmen.
Prompt attention. Hi Weal Seventeenth
street. Phone 1148
LEONARD DRACK Architect and superln-
Office hours 10 to 12 a. in . 4 to jo p. m. I
WASTED MALE HELP.
WANTED At once, three bell boy at the
WAXTED A man to wash carriages at
Lafiin s livery staole. 1611 Fourth avenue.
WANTED Bright yonntf man to travel, ad
ertlsing: and collecting, i-O monthly to
start and all expenses. Self addressed
envelope tor replv. Address Koad ,Supt
ill Pontlac bullainp.. caicaxo.
WAXIED Me a to learn lrber trade.
Splendid cbance now. Hoard, tools and
scholarship included In our ofter. Few
weeks completes. Graduates in demand.
Originators of thi method. Writ for par
ticulars. Moler Buber coll ge, Chicago,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
I WANTED Pantry girlsatthe Harper bouse
WANT? n-A dining room girl ac Janes
cafe. 1S07 Second avenue.
WANTED Six gins ana wemen lor general
housework. Apply at 612 Sixteenth sired
.ew pnone oies.
WAVTKD A miJdle-agfd lady or second
girl come prepared to wors. Apply at
.u i r um avenuw.
WANTED A middle aeed lady as nurse for
mianis. uooa wages to tight party Ap
p y at Union Mission. Aiken street.
WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue exnlains
how we tach hairdressing. manicuring
ana taciai naxsacc quietly, mailed iree.
r.ioitr narDer coiicge, cnicago. iu.
WANTED One or twocood sineers for lilus
iratea songs, wono use to nave parlies
that could dance (white or colored) Girls
preferred. Address Entertainment com
pany. I8:i7 Second avenue, citv.
WANTED MALK OR FKMAI.K.
WANTED noys and girls from all parts of
tne city to take orders tor the nig two step
nil. Moccasin Jim ' i-ooo commission. ai
rlv at once to Harry L. Hamilton, ino Sec-
oud avenue. New phone 6131, Rock Island
WANTED -To huy horse. Must be gentle.
j ones second ntnn score.
WANTED Work cleaning offices by reliable
woman Address F -is-' care Ai gus.
WANTED 1,000 people to use Clncho Reliet
ionic, a positive cure for diarrhoea and
cramps, for sale oy an druggists.
WANTED Dressmaking. Tailor made uits
ami evening gownn ar specialty. Satislac-
iion guarantcea. jwrs. w. uonieavy, &i
WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday
M. C. A. builclinc. Good home cooked din
ner from 11 :30 to S. Supper Saturday only
from 5 to Sp-m. We exist tor accommo.
datlon, not pro tit. Rooms open a day to
lauiea tor rest.
lo3t and roran
LOST A brown and white Pointer deg
years old. Finder return to 1W2 Second
avenue and be rewarded
LOST Ladies gold open face watch with
letters u. u. engraved o l case. Kinder re
turn to 15'JO Filth avenue and receive re
LOST Small foldine pecketbook contain
lng J17 and papers. Finder please return
same to nerry s cigtr store, isos second
avenue. Liberal reward.
LOST Strayed or stolen, a Danish-Dimont
terrier. Long, curly, oars gray nair and
tan colored feet, i-'fphtiy lame in right
tore-foot. Reward for his return to ifO
ICR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Best bargains In lots on Twen-
ty-utth street and 'icmn avenue if taken
al once. Easy payments. Inquire Keidy
FOR SALE Cheap it taken at once, good
paying truit and cigar stand in good loca
tion. Rent, 130 per month. Address "F 13"
Fort SALE An acre of ground with a 5-
room nouse on wen street, soum ltock
Island. Call or address Frtd McCaw,
South Rock Island.
FOR SALB-Houses tor W0J. M.UH). l nun.
II. SCO and upwaros: also sfre with living
rooms in enod business location $l,5u0. In
quire at mo Ttird avenue.
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For terms Inquire of R'S. Dart, Jackson &
uursi a omce. Masonic lempic.
FOR KALE rits in Cress's iddition. Twen
ty-fourth and Twenty-ntth i-eets between
i-.iirnin-ana-a-riair ana jx.uta avenues.
Call and get prices. Keldy Bros.
FOR SALE A pretty 6-room house, well
built, partiv modern, paveu street, lot
50x150. location central, one block trorn
car line. Price reasonable. Address McL
20 care Argus.
FOR SALE A 5 room cottage with loteo ft.
long: Twenty-ninth street and Ninth ave
nue: i.zou. vmo aown raiance on easy
te-ms: 31 per month, 8 per cent Interest.
Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE Very nice place on Thirty-ninth
street near i- ntn avenue, quite new, nas
citv water. sew-r, good hih ea't front lot.
Cab be bought for fl.WX), t03 down. U.K.
FOR SALE eo-foot lot if taken before 30
days at U0 per front loot, or 30 feet next
to librarv Duiiaing :or hiu toot, roust re
sold as I wiBh to leave the city. Mrs. M. A.
Gorry, 19ii, Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE A beautiful, well built eight
room cottatte with Datn on seventeenth
street.South Heights,. about three and one-
half blocks from street car line. Cheap if
taken at once. Address "J. So care Argus
FOR SALE Very nice fi room bouse in
splendid repair near Horace Mann school
toas6toot east front lot. teauiiful shade
trees. A verr pretty place. Price f i
"iu down, balance easy. Inquire of H. K.
FOR SALE A 5-room cottage with bath and
larce lot. wntcn rents tor fia.to. If sold
soon li. ?M will bay it, 5."i0cash down, bal
ance nve years at e tier cent. Thi is a 10
per cent investment. Apply at Goldsmith
&. McKee s.
FOR SALE Etcht-room house on Third av
enue, near Twelfth street. Good bouee
newly painted and in good repair, pavinc
raid It is rented for it p?r month, own
er has moved to Washington and will sell
tor less than toe place is worn . Inquire
of H. K. Walker.
FOR SALE Frame store building with flat
above. Rents for i5 per month if farcn
soon for cah wi'l let tbls excellent invest
ment go a: 3.o. Street paed with brick,
lot 2Sxl3J feet. Nets 13 percent. Leaxe
runs for II months longerat f35 ter month.
Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE A snap if taken at once a
5-room cottage, nearly new, with one acre
of rich ground good barn and other out-
rutia:nc. gooa wen aca concrete side
walks, plenty of truit tree, one block
from street car line. Address O. li. Hand,
1S Twentieth street.
FOR SALE Or trade, fine modern 9-room
house corner Twentieth street and Ninth
avenue. Hot and cold water. Turna-e
beat and all late conveniences. On ot the
best bni It residences in the city. In fie
neithborhood. Apply to cwner. Peter
Sommers on premises.
FOR SACK FARM PROPERTY.
I FOR SALE OR RENT welve aTes near
tnwa with good bu'ldlng. good water sup
ply and ricn soii. i.oroon ,v itowman.
FOR SALS MiaCJCULAJTEOUS.
FOR SALE Full blooded water spaniels at
2J01 Fulton a venae. East Davenport.
FOR SALE Horse weighing from iw-O to
avenue and Sixteenth street.
THE LCSOVIKW Park Floral company.
Meyer & Behrinr, Pror. Green house i
11 in Fifteenth street. Plants, cat Cower
HENRY gaethje Proorietor cmvpian
nocic nursery. Cut Bowers and designs ol
ail kinds. Citr store. 16)7 becona avenue
AUGUSTAN A COLLEGE Business depart
ment. A thorough business trainings iven
tor entry Into commercial hie. Terms
reasonable- Apply at Augustana college
VILLA DE CHANTAL A tome school for
trirls conducted bv the Sisters of the Visi
tation. Rudimentary and higher branches
and all polite accompi'snments laugni.
Twentieth street and Fiiteentn avenue.
KXPKKSS, STORAGE. BUS ANU CAft.
KOnt! S TRANSFER CO.. 120 West Seven
teenth street. Old 'phone 1537. New 'phone
s:ss. New storace buildine. express, nag-
gage, 'bus and cab calls answered day or
Estate of Joseph Rosentield. deceased.
The undersiened having been appointed
administrator wita the wilt annexeu, of trie
estate of Joseph Roseiield. late of the county
of Rock Ihland. state lot Illinois, deceased,
herebv srives notice that he will
annear before the county 'court of
Kock Island countv at the county
i-onrt room. In the citv of Rock Is
land, at the Mav term, on the tlrst Mon
day iu Mav next, aw which time all per
sons nav'.ne claims against said estate are
notitied and requested to attend for the
purpose ot naving tne same aojusteu.
All persons indebted to said estate are re-
qut-stea to mase liumeuiaie paymcui io me
Dated this 2tth dav of February. A. D. 1901
WALTER A. KOSENFIKLD, Administrator
With toe Win Annexed.
JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD.
- Notice of Final Settlenieut. .
Estate ot Wilbur E. Hoare, deceased.
Tublic notice is hereby (riven that the
undersigned administra.or of triestateof
Wilbur E. Hoare. deceased, has this day
tiled nis lintl report and seltenient
as such in the countv court ot Kock
Island county, and hearing on said
retort has been set lor March 2.
isw, at nine o ciock a. in., at wnicn
time tersons Interested mav appear and
make obi ctions thereto, and it no ob
jections are tiled, said report will ! ap
proved at mat time, ana tne unaersignea
wi.l ask tor an order ot distribution and
will also ask to be discharged
Kock Iland III . Match 7, 1004. "
IV ES J. UO.vKl-:. Administrator.
Estate of Charles 11. Brandenburg, de
The undersiened having been appointed
administratrix ot the estate ol t naries H.
Hratidenbure. late ot the countv ol Kock Is
land, stateof Illinois, deceased, hereof gives
notice that she will appear before the countv
court of Kock Island county at tne county
court room, in the citv of Rock Island, at the
Mav term on th? Hrst MonJav In Mav next.
at which time all persons having claims
acainst said estate are notinea ana reuuesi-
ed to attend for the purpose of having the
Ail persons inaemeaio said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 5th dav of March, A. D. 1901.
EDITH W. HKANDKNliURG. Administra
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, f
Kock Island County. (
In the County Court of Kock Island County,
to the April term. A. D. 19u4.
, C. Hargoyne, administrator of the estate
ot jacoo ko erts. ceaseu, vs. .lulla u.
Roberts. Hester a. Uoss Monroe Roberts,
Orrln Roberts. Jicob A. Kotx-rts. I'ctition
t sell real estate to pav debts.
Affidavit of the n-.m-residenre of Hester
A. Ross, otie ot the (ieiend ants above named.
having been tiled iu l(e ott! e of the clerk of
tne county court ot kock island county, no
tice is hereby given to the said Hester A
Ross, that ihe said plaintiff. J. C. Ku'p vne,
administrator of the estateot Jai sb Robe-rip.
deceased, has Hied his petition in ti'e a.d
county court ot Kock Island county, fur an
order to sell the premises belonging: to the
estate ot said deceased or so much ot it as
may be needed to pay the debts of sld de
ceased, and described as follows, to-wit:
Tue southeast quarter CD of the south
east quarter (M) oi section twenty seven
(i7i containing torrv inu acre .
Also the west nan ot tne soutneasi quarter
(ii of section twenty seven i!7 i outlining
ri n' v acres
A l itie anove iiesrrmeil property iieing
uat"d 'n Si ction incnlv sev; u CT7). town-
shitiN'o. s v t. tee ii (I7i ra nsr? lour (1). w st
of ihe fourth el) p. in. in the county of
Kock Isiatxl and s ie .fll'nris and tnt
summou.s his lie.n ssuen out ul court
agaitst you. r turoab..- ji th- Aiilttrm.
A. D . 19 1 of sa'd court, to be bolden on trie
fourth (itli) dav ef Ap il. A. D. l'.o. at ihe
i-ovr ti i i iin k isi nit, in Kock is'.nid
4i ii ti', i !).iwi.-.
Now unless you. the said Hes'er A.Rosssha 1
persona'ly be and aujiear before saio l ouuiy
court of Rock 1-tlaii 1 county, on the first
day of a terra thereof to be begun and hold
en at the court house iu the in said
county, on the fourth day ot April, loot and
plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant's petition tiled therein, the same,
and the matters and things therein charged
and stated will be taken as confessed, and a
decree entered against you according to the
prayer ol said bill.
Rock Island. Illinois. February 2th. 1904.
IH. H. HCHBAKD, Clerk.
SEARLE & MARSHALL.
E. J. BURNS City and country real estate.
If you have property for sale, llbl it with
me. If you want to buy I will do my best
to get you wnat you want, itoom it, Miicn
ell A Lynde block. Telephone net.
EMPIRE COAL St COKE COMPANY Whole
sale and retail dealers in bituminous and
anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcle.
Offices 1718 First aveaue. Telephone west
MADAM HOWARD Full realings 25 cents
1714 Fourth avenue, Moline. New 'phone
MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clairvov
ant. Tells you the past, present and future
correctly. Tells you everything per
taining to business, marriage, divorce,
love affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everything of interest. One call will
prove her wonderful accuracy. OfEce
tours from l to io p. m. 7is Fourth ave
nue. l ake the Illue line. west.
W. A. ROBH St CO. All kinds or electrical
construction. Estimates furnished and
service prompt and reliable. Fine line cf
gas and c.omoination fixtures. 119 Eight
GRAIN AND PROVISION.
H. J. TOHER St CO. Krokers, DaTeport!
Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. Priva:e
wire to New York and Chirago. Offices
109 Main stieet. Telephone 407.
GEO RUE H. SIDWELL St CO. Commission
merchants. Grain, hay and provision
Members of the CMcago board of tr-ide
and Chicago Stock txenanre. Established
years. No. lit and Rialto building;
Long distance uoore. Harrison VM.
RiKTK ISLAND STEAM LA UNDB Y Haars
feld Ot Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and
quick service. Ii4 Third avenue Phone
GUESS for the I5.0u;cah prizes to be given
away witn sweti Airarata and other mn
s.c Kenwood Music company, 6V7 Stock
Exchange bu.ldlng, Chicago.
H M McCASKRIN Atornej- -law. Kock
Island and Milan. Kock Islanc office in
Bengstoa block. Milan offloo ol Main
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys it
uw, and N. A. Larson, Swedish Advokat
Money loaned, osice over Cramptou
book store, 1710 Second avenue.
JACKSON, HtTRST & STAFFORD Attorneys
at law. uroce in kock isiana national
LUDOLPH & K3YNOLDS Attorneys at
law. Money to loaa General legal busi
ness. Nota-y pnbile, 1705 Second avenue,
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys and
counsellors at law Abstracts oi title
Otnne in Bengston block.
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers. Money
to loan on good real estate se-urtty. Mitch
ell & Lynde block. Rock Island. Ill
McENIRY Jt McENIRY Attorney at law.
Loan money on good security: make col
lections. Kefereuces, Mitcbed A Lynde
bankers. Office, Mitchell A Lynde bulld-
JAMES P. MURPHY Attorney at law.
General legal practice. Office room 11,
Mitchell & Lynde building. Union Elec
tric phone 5601.
DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeopathic
physician. Special attention to diseases of
women and children; also dlseates of eve,
ear, nose and throat. Office hours. B SO to
13 a. ra., I to 4 p. m. Sll Sixteenth itreet
J. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours 8 Io to
12 m., 1:30 to 6 p. m. ?! Eighteenth
street, opposite Union office. Telephone
DR J. K. SCaoONMAKEK Speticles and
eye-glasses t roperly fitted. Try Toric
1 nses Tliey are made in accordance with
the latest discoveries in the science ot
optics, cftlce at 1S-13 Second avenue.
INSURANCE on dwellings and household
goods a specialty. Ol lest and best com
panies, lowest rates C. R. Chamberlln,
Mitchell & Lynu. Mock. Phone 1030.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and Insur
ance. Old nre companies represented.
Your patronace solicited. "Phone Union
63. Office over Thomas' drug store.
liKNXIOTT'S Insurance agency Fire, lite,
accident, neaitn anu piatc glass. K-a
estate and loans. Room i. Buford block
Residence phone. union 301 ; omce. union !1J
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for City
propertv SO cents per tlOO one year, 40 cent
per 1100 three years, CO cents per f 100 five
years. Ca'l or address C. R. Chamberlln
Agent, Mitchell & Lynde building.
HAYES & CLE A VELA ND The pioneer
aeency. Old time and Are tested compa
nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado,
accident, lite, or almost any form of risk.
Ground floor offices 110 to 218, Eighteenth
WE WILL BOND YOU-Esecutors, 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). Terras reasonable
Hayes & Cleaveland. resident managers.
Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary
land. GOLDSMITH & McKEE Insurance agency,
Peoples National bank building. Rock
Island, 111. Represent only first-class com-
fiaules. writlne fire, tornado plate glass
labllitv. burclarv. accident and health
Insurance. All policies issued upon 'the
latest plans and most litieral conditions
ftureiv tonns turnisnea tnrouc n the Amer
ican KondluK company, of Halt! more. Md.
Open every Wednesday and Saturday
CONTRACTORS AND KUILDKRS.
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and build
ers. Also manufacturers of Bash, doors
blinds and mouldlncs. Dealers In nlate
window and art glass. Offices and factory,
8ii to 829 Eighteenth street.
TH TRAVELER1)' UCIDB.
fTtffCAQU R CK ISLAND
V- ft Pttelflo Hallway Tlo
et can he purchased at City
Ticket office INU .Seaond avt
fluc. or O, R. I. & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thlrfcy-
it-Bt attest. 1'joria Drancn depot, root or
'weit-eth street. Pbuue West 1098, West
1423. Frank H. Plummer. O. P. A.
THaIMS. I CAST. i WBST
Goldtn Slat-j Limited .... t 6:0 am tll:15 prn
U'lnvor Limited & Otnsba.. if 3:if am t.tb mm
F Worth, Denver & K. C S:20 am -10:30 pra
vi Lueanous ir v:t.- an
Dtvenportft Chieaga t 7:M an
maha & Minneapolis.... l:4n aa.
C ilorado St Oaaaoa . 1:10 pnt
Ii s Moines & Omaha li:Xb srr,
D jnver, Lineoin & Omaha.: 8:40 arc
Oas Moines Expree- t l:i4 prr
at. PaulA MlnneajK Ms . 3:40 w t 9-l.S put
Denver, Ft. Worth 4.;. C 5:15 urrf0.E0 pin
Kansascity.st Joc&caiu. ll:lo pru t 7:10 urn
KOOk ls'.acd St W ashington 12:NJ pm f S:Ti pm
C jieagu St DesMoioea t 1:55 pni t Z:00 pin
tttcu lsisna a uroosiyn ac i:h6 po t 7:io am
omnDt ft:it pm I w:tu am
Otnsba St Des Moines t (5i)S pmi 2:42 pm
CedsrRtplcs. Tipton !I0.37 smlt 4:30 pm
bock tsijtsn a hi pkokia divisiov.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
line trains start from main depot on Fifth
oue 6 mlnutss In advance of time given.
L.SAVB. t aauivs.
'aorla, Springheid. at.
P tor' Express I
Pjorla, Injlanapolls, Cln-'
1:45 pm Jtl:l am
t'J:xo .U.I am
t:45 an I h 45 pm
3:30 pmi Z:M pm
iherrard Accom i
C me St Hh?rrard Accom. ,
Cab e and She rard 1
fDepsrtu.e DaUy, except Sun-
ton St Qulncy Depot
fleoond avenue and Twenti
M. J. YOUNO. AfSDt
I,B4 v a.
St. Lu, bu,init Cieitx,
Saietburg, Peoria and
Wuiony :55 ait
8 65 a
'fi 90 am
16 fri ifta
S ei'ilarr, Mendota and
Obiago 48. 5S am
St. Lioia, Kbcsas City,
Denver ana troiuo
Coast .... 7:10 pa.
iior.iag and points In
D tD jque. Clinton, La
Crotfeo, St. Paul, Mica.
SOd N. W. t7-4Air
Cluton, Dubuque t7ri0 am
dntou and loU-.rme aiste a12)a,ii.
s wp t aoca laittud X9 rniDutes for totmim.
, . J A St. Paul Railway. V .
SnW0lCul tion at foot or Seventeenth
-rt.is. o. i. sMwairi, Aft.
P K Hlnrlchs, C to'L Agi.,
i03 llrtulv street. Davenport.
T HA I NS
I W pm
I ;s am
fijt s ra
L , IIUU, Lul)U';je. 1st CltUi.
Md waukee r d Chicago. . .
Eifln aid Ch cko (a. W
M iMtlii., Wshlnifton Ksc-
k6 City, (.. I J x.lte")..
Fulton, Savanna. Elgin, Cti
Ornana S'ou City, Chicarf.-
Mukeatine, Washington, Ot
Fulton, Savsnns. Dubuque-.
Cl.ntun. Cdar itiiplds, Oa
ha, Freepoi t
4 s s pna
3.30 I-iu .Il VJiaj
-3-4S pm'l 1:40am
tDaiiy except Sunday.