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THE AHGTTF, THUBSDAY, MaT 5, 1904.
Under all curable conditions
Mr. D. KaubU of Mrs. W. W. Lay
Nevada. O.. was ler of Hilliard.
cured by Kodol A Pa., was cured
of stomach of Chronic
trouble which l Dyspepsia by
had effected Ay.ki.s the use of
hi heart. Atl'lFt A KodoU
OiatCTION MAMffCUUM.KlNDTA COMPANY.
Friday, Mav 6.
Wb gjAl lie n
as Viola, in Shakespeare's conic dv,
with iiotiible company anil produc
l'li ,s: ,r,0e, "tin-, $l..r,v, f00. Seats
on s:ile Wednesday month g.
Oimcctiun Cham be rlin.Kindta. Company.
Sunday, May 8.
The well known 'ometlv
"Im Weissen RoessT
c'.xt Tin: win ti:iioi:si: tan f.iln.")
Actual rain, special scenery. A eon-
liimoi!" ro:ir of laupliter. Presented
by the Milwaukee tieliu.til Theatre
I'rices, ."c. :;."e, ."ie and 7-"e.
Monday, May 9.
a i.i. m:. i w i:i:k.
II'y I'.. Wcvil presents
T5he Gibney-Weed Stock Co
One of t hi- bet iii rcpert ire. carrvir.g
1 people. Opening bill
X5hc Bl&ck Flay.
The Pest of high clas vaudeville in ad
ilitiou to the drama. A in itttious
perfoi uia nee - No wait-.
Ladies Free - One l;n! will 1 i- :n ! mi t
ei f it with each paid line tit kef.
Price.-: lUc, '..'tie :iik! '.','U
It's Quality That Counts
Tn coal it's quality that makes
beat, it's quality that retains.
It is quality that makes possible
ennsumption of 90 per cent of
the combustible part of it. leav
ing a light, clean ash; lastly, it's
quality that lessens your fuel
bill you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unburnables. The coal
f handle, both hard and soft,
deserves all the good things we
and our patrons say for it. A
ton will talk as loudly as a ear
load. E. G. FRAZEP
Agency and Information
3ureau. . .
207-209 Brady St., Davenport, Iowa.
Claims, accounts and informations col
lected everywhere, Doth "jjbrmcs.
. -2 Jilt: s r
O D O aVk
t SUMUVketTeetal Si
Marston. Mav o. The La:ie t-nclety
jf the Antioch church will meet with
Mrs. Albert Mitchell next Saturday
.James McLaughlin. 'f Iluok Island,
v!s visit iny his sister, Mrs. J. W. Del
'ett. a few days last week. Mr.
Latifrhlin formerly resided here,
fi;r the past 20 years has been in
-Mis l.'n by Marston, who i.-. atteiiflinr
ehool at Aledo. spent Sunday at
noine. .Miss Aletha llunletiv accom
Miss Ada Seiver attended the IJock
Island County Sunday Schtml con
cntiun at KevnoMs last week.
valentine rnhr was sawing wood in
this vicinity last week, haviuir several
ords for M. Mailer. Ilev. Flanders and
lolui Max hew. Mr. Fuhr is finite a nia-
hitii-t. He has studied out a traction
ittachiuent for his gasoline engine
in I liI the work himself.
The friends of Mi.-s (irace I'nrrovvs
will be pleased to learn that fche is
"apidlv improving in health.
L. X. Lewis and wife, of Aledo. visit
d relatives and friends here over. Sun-
L. A. Met llntock shiiped his sheep
to Chicago last week.
Albert Seller and family attended
ervices at the Marston church Synday
nd were entertained at Joseph St ru
I'he annual election of officers for
!lie Antiofh l'..iptit church occurred
last Sunday and rt stilted as follows:
Superintendent. N. (I. hlliott: assistant
iiperintendent. Krie W. Klliott; secre-
anil 1 ;;t ii ii:i i t : treasurer, Ida
her; organist, Katherine Marston.
Last Sunday ceu:ng as (larcnct
AiiKitall was timing litine trom llain-
:et. accompamctl liv I. is wife aim Miss
Annie Prowu, ne of the traces be
fame uiwastcncii anil hefore it coum
refastened the teulu became fright
ene:j antl ran avvav, throw niir the te
t'lipants out of the buggy antl Mis:
Ilrown sustained a brt keii arm.
There is a marked increase in at
tendance at all services of the Anti
och church recent I v.
Sherrard. Mav .. IJoliert
children left for Waslm
urtlav a nl w,l! make
Mrs. George Nicht.I was in
Hid shopping last Thiiistlav.
Itdiii Schrotdcr anil moilicr, if Ca
ble, passed through
lace their home
their furniture to Coal
Thev will make that P
William Allen and family of Viola.
were over to see .Mrs. .Miens mother.
Mrs. Davis, who is very sick at this
Mrs. Harney Flaherty. Jr.. went tn
Kock Island Tuesday to see her sis
ter, Mrs. Jacob Clark, who is very
ami wife ami tlaugh-
nioved to Kock Island last
Mrs. Gurney Farrow ac
them. She returned home
S:i t ttribi v.
r hands with old
Grady ami wife ami John
and wife, were visiting rela
tives here Sundav.
Mrs. William Stone antl children and
P.essie Farrow went to Colchester, 111..
utiirtlay for a two weeks" visit with
relatives ami friends.
A Kebekah lodge was organized in
Sherrnrtl last Fritlav
takeu in. The
were nivnit memlM r
Cal.le stalT tlid the
tuok of a lxitintet)
work. They par
i supper in the
dow n-stairs hall.
Mrs. Walker I.Iovd antl tdiildren of
Coal Valley, are visiting with friends
for a week in Sherrard.
Mrs C. W. NitIor!T ami Mrs. John
Nenve am! st-n James were in Hock Isl
Harry Hunter and family shipped
their household gom!s to Indiana Tues
day, as they intern! to make their fu
ture home there.
1-wis Hummel, of (aide moved to
Sherrard Monday, lie has charge of
f a: nit ure
William Angus retired.
Jones moved his family and
to Sherrard Tuesday. He
two mile.- west of Sherrard.
Miller, of (iilchrist. is visit-
insr with relatives antl friends in Sher
rard. ("aide anil Coal Valley this
A numlier are a rru lining to take in
the world's fair at St. I.ouis.
Thomas Masters ami wife shipped
their household floods to Dumferline
last Wednesday from Sherrard. They
went ly w"ay or Orion. They intend
to viit at Knoil!e before they go
to their nt w home. .
Herman Zude an I wife went to Vi
ola last Saturday to visit Mrs. Zudc".
parents. Mr. ami Mrs. John Kamstlen.
Mr. r.Iooinlcrg drove to Hock Isl
and Saturday after his daughter Ma
lt!, who has been visiting for a few
da vs ami attending the Founders day
exercises at Augtitana college.
Cordova. May ..--Mrs. F. S. Cool antl
daughter Lntira were in Kock Island
Davison, of Clinton, who has
ing relatives here la-t week.
to her home Monday aceom-
panied by her
Mr. and Mrs.
ptother. Mrs. Zfaring.
Henrv Purant and
Monday in Kock Isl-
Mrs. (J. W. UrinV
spent Monthly in
Mrs. Fred Owens visited
-unda v w it li
friends in Caniam he.
Mr. Iltnrv Hawk, cf Low Moor.
Ia., spent Sunday with friends here.
Miss Marie Ileany left last Wednes
day ft r Chicago, where he will spVnd
the n:ciiMr with her aunt, Mrs. A
unger, and her coumh. Miss Margue
rite C't nger.
Mrs. William Hunt, of Clinton,
spent Saturday with friends here.
.urs. vi. ii. .vvcry, oi I'ort i;yron. is
visiting this week with friends and
relatives here. .
F. S. Cool went to Moline in busine-s
J OS LIN.
1... It.. - ,-;,; - . ,
j-."imi, .nt o. tviinam .Mcnmson s
youngest stn was quite sick last week
with pneumonia, but is much better at
A new iron bridge has been put in
near Mr. Knockeinus place.
Mrs. Frank Tinsman vi"ited Satur-
dav with friends in tiencseo.
Will Ilanna. of
Henry county, spent
brothers, Leslie and
. K. 1;ij" made a trij)
Sunday with his
Mr. and Mrs. F.
tti IlilNdalc Frit1
C. II. Osborne's
hil'iien :tre tjuite
dek w it h lncaslt s.
Mert Tinsman visited in Mdine Sim
on v with relatives.
John Croinpton spent
Miiulav at Ira
Farmers have begun
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Monthly with Mr. anil
Hand in Henrv count v.
Luther Ilrown. of the Watertown
hospital, who has been staving a few
weks with his mother, Mrs. G. Ilrown
awm family, returned to that institu
Mrs. .1. C. Adams and son James
ire recovering from an attack of mea-
G. K. Wainw right and family visited
Sunday with Mr. and Mis. Jiulsoii Cox
Newt White has
frt.-m Des Moines win
learn the barbers trat
plates starting a shop
Mrs. W. K. Donahey
visited Sunday with
re he went to
e. He contcin
and tla lighters,
Mr. and" Mrs.
news all the time
CAIIII Of THANKS.
MRS EDWARD CREIM ana family wsito
xt?iiu th-ir thanks to neighbor!, and
frendforthe a-.liance rendere-. them
in their recent bereavement: also for the
beautiful tliral oBerings.
HOTELS AND KESORTS,
GRAND HOTEL Famous Oolfax mineral
prings. Oners best accommodations at
reasonable prices. Address William Frey,
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located 6,767
leet above the sea. All tne year round re
tort. A perfect place for rest. For partio
ular address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, Medi
cat Director. Las Vegas. N M.
H FATING AND PLCMHtNO.
CHANNON, PERRV A COMPANY Heating
aud plumbing rlong scientiQc and sani
tary lines. Careful and skilled workmen.
Prompt attention. Hi West Seventeenth
IF VOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage helpor secure a situation
the Mall Is Be one paper tn Moline that can
do It for you. Mall wants are popular and
luu wants pring results, uue-nau cent
per word Is the price to all alike, cash In
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
ina samroir miiu moiiif in
iNsl'HANOE on dwelUngs and household
goods a specialty. Olacst and best com
panles, lowest rates. C. R. Chamberlln
Mitchell A Lynde block. Phone 103G.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and Insnr
ance. Old fire companies represented
Your patronage solicited. 'Phone Unlot
63. Office over Thomas' drag store.
BENNETT'S Insurance agency. Fire, lite
accident, health and plate glass. Rea
estate and loans. Room J, Buford block
Residence phone, union 861 ; office, union 113
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for citT
property K cents per 1100 one year, 40 eenu
per 1100 three years, 90 cents per iOjflv
years. Call or address C. R. chambcrilo
Agent, Mitchell A Lynde building
HAYES & CLE A VELA ND The pioneer
agency. Old time and fire tested compa
nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado
accident, lite, nr almost any form of risk
Ground floor offices Jio to 118, Klghteentr
W& WILL BOND YOU Executors, admin
Iterators, guardians, trustees, trustees oi
any kind of judicial bonds; lodge and so
ciety officers: city, state or U.S. govern
nient officials; contractors: positions of
trust: In fact, any kind of bond you want
(except ball bonds). Terms reasonable
Hayes & Cleaveland, resident managers
Fidelity aud Deposit company, of Mary
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDER8.
JOHN VOLK &. CO. Contractors aad build
era. Also manufacturers of sash, doors
blinds and mouldings. Dealers In plate
window and art glass. Offices and factory
tit to 2 Eighteenth street.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
H. J. TOHER & CO. Brokers, Davenport.
Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. Privaie
wire to New York and Chicago. Offices
109 Main stteet. Telephone 407.
GEORGE H. SI DWELL & CO. Commission
merchants. Grain, hav and provisions.
Members of the Chicago board of trade
and Chicago Stork exchange. KtatHsheJ
IS years. No. its and S4.1 Hi alto building
Long distance phone. Harrison SMB.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marlon E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 83-n, Mitchell A Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of securltv. Also choice property tor
ale or rent. W. L Coyne, S30 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WE make a specialty ot loaning money on
household goods, horses, wagons, etc.,
witho-it removal and in a quiet way. Cail
on us for quirk loans. Fidelity Loan com
pany. Koon 38. Mitchell A Lvnde block.
W. A. ROHB A CO All kinds ot electrical
construction. Estimates furnished and
service prompt and reliable. Fine line of
gas and combination fixtures. 119 Eight
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Baurs
feld A Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and
quick service 1814 Third avenue Phone
WANTED aiATLE HELP.
WANTED-Soticitors at Birtiett Bro.'.
't Mm avenue.
WAXTEl) A boy at Paridoa & Sons, 419 Sev
en tee am sueei
WANTED A rtorter at the PaciUc sainy!
room, aiue i-mii avenue.
w VTF.n-Two boTs over 16 Tcarsatib
Koct uland Cotton and Mattress coajracy
itM and 1 First avenaf .
WAXiED Good opening ior young men
trom IS to Si years of age at the llarpe
bouse. Permanent em iJoj menu
WANTED-Bright ronn man to travel, ad
vertlslne ana coiiecnus, -v moniniy 10
tart and all expenses, self addressed
enrelope tor reply. Address Road Supt,,
211 Poutiac Duuoinf:.. LaniRo.
WAVTED-Mfo to learn barber trade
Few weecs required s?:ea3y practlc and
caref ul Instruction eivfn. v aes satur
davsL Splendid demantl for graduates
Last wtcK of special At ril offer. Write at
once. Moler IiarberCollese.Ci!cago.ll
WANTED Pipe organ builders Goo 1 pe
our pe organ fact"ry are now open to
capable workmen. If you want to hetter
Tourselt write to us. Lvon & Healy. Ran
dolnh street, corner Opden avenue. Cnica
WAKTRD FEMALK HELP.
WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper bouse
WANTED Girl for general
19 7 Fourth avenue
WANTED Two girls at Wnghfs restaur
ant, W23 Seconu avenue.
WANTED A comittent girl. Apply to Mrs.
S. M. Arndt, S03 xweuticin sireei.
WANTED One dressmaker and an appren
tice. Apply at t:ui i- ourm avenue.
WASTED A good woman tor washing and
Ironing. Apply at su xsineiecnm street.
WANTED At once, a lirst and second cot
at the Cnion Mission, Aiken btieet. South
WANTED A girl for eereral housework in
ianuiy oi two auui'.s. rpijr wi
WANTED A rnmretent tirl for eeneral
housework: houseclearing done. Apply t
834 Twenty-third street.
WANTED Girl for reteral nousrwork in
family of f ree adults. Good wages. Ap
ply at 10U Nineteenth street
WAN I ED A girl for general housework in
small tamuy. I'ftermccs roiuirca. mis
15. C flartz. s:M Nineteenth ttreet.
WANTED At once, a lady to put out can
vassers in t"is district. Good pa v. Ad
dress for Interview "II. IS:" this ofrice.
WANTED Lad v stenographer and book
keeper. 'Exierienced. good icnmaa. quick
and honest, f IP. Address a. u. c." Argus
WANTED One middle-aged lady to assist
ink'tche-v and three dining room pi Is.
Good wages. Apply at once. 'atch Tower
WANTED Ladies. Our ca'alotrue exnlains
bow we t-ach hairdressing. manicuring
and facial n assace quickly, mailed free
Moler Harber college, Chicago. III.
WANTED One or two good singers for lilus-
trated songs. WoiW like to have parties
that could dance (whiieor colored). Girls
nreferred. Addrcs Entertainuient com
pany. l7Se-.ond avenue
WANTED MILK OK FEMALE.
WANTED It right, energetic man orwoman
to represent larpe corporation in ims
county. Call after 7 p. m. on F. K
Lawrence. Harper house.
WANTED Mm or woman of neat appear
anre, energy and fair education to tra el
tor large manut ac'.ui ine concern. 115 per
week and expenses. Adilress, wun btarnp.
W. L. Uratlshaw. Rock Island, 111.
WANTED Horse suitable
poses. Must be gentle,
for fam'lv pur
Address H 35
WANTED 1.000 people to use Cincho Relief
Tonic, a positive cure for diarrhoea and
cramps. For sale by all druggists.
WANTED Typewriting work to do at home.
Can take dictation evenings. Work cl)ed
tor and returned. Call new 'phone 52f8
WANTED Hoarders by the day or week.
First class board at reasonable pri.es
Telephone and all modern conveniences.
I2'.i Second avenue.
WANTED Boarders. Three or four gen
tlemen can tind well lurnished rooms and
board In a German private buaidiug
house. C5? Seventeenth street
WANTED Two or three unfurnished rooms
on ground floor, between Sixteenth and
Twenty-hrststreets and Third anil Seventh
avenues Address S, 2013 Fourth avenue.
WANTtD To buy a cottage of about rive
rooms in good condition ai d desirable lo
cation, for cash, or will rent a small cot
tape. Family ot two auults. Addrcks -Y
WANTED To rent a six or eight room
hous-. with modern improvements, locat
ed between fifteenth and Twenty-second
streets and Seventh and Twelfth avenues.
Address ,-H. 51" this office.
WANTED Ladles to visit tne Noonday
Rest rooms at 1818H Third avenue, near .
M. C. A. building. Good home cooked din
ner from 11 :30 to 2. Supper Saturday only
from 6 to 8 p. m. We csist for accommo
dation, not profit. Rooms open a- day to
ladles for rest.
EMPIRE GOAL A COKE C JM PA N Y Whole
sale and retail dealers In bituminous and
anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcle.
Offices 1718 First avenue. Telephone west
L08T AND FOUND
LOST A white fox terrier dog with long
tail, a brown spot around oue eve. Return
to 1408 Ihird avenue and receive reward.
LOST A gentleman's hunting case gold
watch and chain in Rock Island or MOiinr.
Finder return to Argus and be liberally
LOS r A white bull dog with one brown ear.
anout mx months old. Answers to name
Hilly. Reward tor its return to 1038 Twen-ty-nrst
PARTIES desiring domestics, cooks, dining
room girls, housekeepers, nurse girls or
washerwomen ran be provided by calling
or addressing 612 Sixteenth street. New
E J. BURNS City and country read estate.
If you have property for sale, list It with
me. If yon want to buy I will do mv best
to get you what you want- Room 11, Iditch
ell A Lvnde block. Telephone 1191.
MADAM HOWARD Full readings 25 and 50
cents, ttoom 12. atcKinnie block, corner
Fitteenth t et and Fourth avenue. En
trance ou Kiittenth street. Moline.
MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clairvoy
ant. Tells you the past.present and future
correctly. TeUs you everything per
taining to business, marriage, divorce,
love aft airs. sickness, death, accidents and
everything of interest- One call will
prove her wonderful accuracy. Office
hours from 1 to 10 p. m. 7io Fourth ave
"f - Take th Blue fine, west.
KXPRKSS. STORAGE, HCS AND CAB.
KOBB S TRANSFER CO.. 120 West Seven-
teentn street. Old 'phone 1537. New 'phone
615S. New storage building- Exprest, bag
gage, 'bus and cab calls answered dayior
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Front office
Inquire at ITHVi
FOR RENT OCce room on ground floor at
jocK isiana couse.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 1011 Fourth
avenue. Modern conveniences.
FOH RENT Furn'shed rorms for light
housekeeping at li io second aveme.
FOR KENT Large f r.-nt room n first Moor,
newly f uru.sLed. Call at b3o Twentieth
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
"ous-keeping- also kleeping rooms at 14u3
FOR RENT One large nicelv lurnished
front room suitable for two. Enquire at
iitju x list avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for 11tn
rousekeeptng: ai.o sleeping rooms at 2jU
1 cirtecnih street.
FOR KENT Two ricelv furnisl ed front
rooms sui able for pentleineu. Apply at
3f xwcDiieiu street.
FOR RENT-Nice lv f uri Ished" trom with
modern conveniences and use cf teW-
phone. IT. second avenue.
fJK KS-iNi a niceiv turnistied room on
Second Moor over Ptoh's grocery, with all
modern conveniences. M00V4 Third aveuue.
FOR RENT Furnish- d rooms with modern
conveniences r.nd use of telephone. Call
;w i , old pnone. six ol.clis south or Har
FOR RLNT Front room on first floor for
one or two gentlemen: aiso room with
water for one gentleman: use of telephone.
hum iMineteen-.n street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with
nam and sood tabi Doard. suitable tor
either ladie or f-entiemen. One and a
half blocks from four car lines, bio Third
FOR KENT Front bed-room and parlor
iurnisnea. suuaiiis tor couple or two
gentiemen. Only 3 minutes walk from
Arspnal shops. 72J Thirty-ninth street.
K ck Island.
FOB RENT HOUSK8.
FOR RENT A modern
steam heated flat.
Apply at the M A K.
FOR RENT Frame building 24x40, tor busi
ness inquire at 2-"w sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Six-room house. Apply at 1030
evtntn sireet. Charles weaver s gro
FOR RENT An K-rcom house with modern
improvements at 293ri Fifth avenue. In
quire at 2UH Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT House of seven rooms, nearly
new. with modern improvements. Inquire
at em 'i wenty-etgnin street.
FiK FiKS r A fi-room tilt with all modern
improvements opposite C . li. I. & P. depot
inquire or t.; a. Koe-ster, saia nats. or tele
phone t-'Jit. three riugs city.
FOR RFNT On Fourth avenue lietween
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, two of the
most desir.ibie fiats in the city, with all
mociern improvements. Apply at Ameri
FOR SAL IS CITY PKOPKRTI.
FOR SALE Corner lot on Fourteeuth-and-
a-oalt street. Cost s.so Can be bought
ror ?t75 casn. u. k. walker.
FOR SALE Rest bargains In lots on Twen-
ty-ait n sireet ana Tenth avenue it taken
at once. Easy payments. Inquire Keidy
'OH SALE Lot on Fourteenth street be
tween Twelfth and Fourteenth avenues.
40xi ti feet cheap. Apply to Goldsmith &
FOR SALE Cheap it taken at once, good
payms rruit and c:ear st?na in gooo loca
tion. Rent, permonth. Address "F 13'
FOR SALE Two remaining east frort lots
In the Dart Twenty-second street add' Hon
For terms Inquire of R. S. Dart, Jackscn &
Hurst s once, uasonic tempie.
FOR SALE New 5-room cottage with bath
room: convenient to two car lines and
within easv walking distance ot business
c-. nter ot city. Address -li. L." Argus.
OK SALE Two new 4 room houses, with
large, n ce lots, tTOO each, halt cash, bat-
ant eon time Also other houses irom 800
upwards. Inquire at li 10 Third avenue.
t'Oiv sale isear Autu'tana college, a
splendid good house of tire large rooms.
quite new witn Kirge lot ana ail m num
ber 1 condition. Price 1.050. ii. K. Walker.
Oil SALE 60 foot lot if taken before JO
davs at 100 per front foot, or 30 feet next
to library building for 110 foot. Must b
sold, as I wish to leave the city. Mrs. M
A. Gorrev, l'.U2 Fourth avenue.
FOR SAL. K On easy terms, the best resi
dence lots in the city on Twenty-second
and Twenty-third streets, t-etweeh Tentn
and Eleventh avenues For prices, call or
address jonn G. Scheuermann. 1j30 Twenty-third
FOR SALE Co-ner lot. lOOxIrt) feet. iaved
ou oiiC side, three houses and large baro.
rents tor '."t per month. Will trade for
small farm in Rock Island county. Marion
E Sweeney, attorney rooms 33 3S. Mitchell
ii Lynde block. Bock Island.
FOR SALE -Black horse and rubber-Urea
buggy. Inquire at City Steam laundry.
FOR SALE 1.209 acres timber or land in
Yaxoo Delta. Address N. G. Augustus,
FOR SALE Refrigerator, best make, cost
1T, usfd 4 yeirs, owner left citv. will take
fi. Call between 5 and 0 p. m. 112J Second
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois. 1
Rock Island County. (
Couctv Court of Rock Island county. To
the June term. A. D. I9i4.
Central Trust Si Savtcgs Bank, with the will
annexed, administrator -of the estate of
Claus D. Einfeidt, deceased, vs. Arthur v..
H. Elnfeldt. Henrv C. Elnfelut. Louis J.
Einfeldt. Elsa M. Ei'uteldt, John C. D. iOin
feldt. Ada M. Einteldr. Pearl A. Einfeldt.
and otto Gretjan Petition for ale of
roal estate to pay debts.
Affidavit of the Don residence of Ada M. Ein
feldt, one ot the delendants above named,
having been filed In the oil! e ot the clerK of
tne countv court of Rock Islaiid county, no
tice is hereby given to the said Ada M. Lin
tel it that the said plaintiff. Central
Tru't and Sivincs bank, administrator
with will annexed ot the state cf Claus D.
Einteldt. dec-asetl. has filed its petition in
the 1 aid county coart of Rock Island county
for an order to sell the premises belonging
to the e-tate of aid deceased, or so much ef
it a- may lie needed to pay the d-bts of said
deceased, acd described as follows, to-wt:
Lots number eight and ten (10) in block
numlier one it) in that t art of the citv of
Rock Isiaod known as and called "Sou'.b
Park Addition :" that a summons has been
Iss-ied out ot'said court against you return
able at the Mav term. A. D. I9U4. ot said court:
that at said May term A.D. lit '4. at raid court
said cause was bv order ot said court enter
ed therein on the 2no day of May A. D taut,
conticued until the June term A. I lnl. of
said court and that an alias summons has
been lssn d out of said court against you. I
returnable at the Jute term. A. D. 1904. of
sai-i court, to be hoMen on the first Monday
ot June A D. 1'4. at the court house in the
citv of Rock Island in Rock Island coucty.
Now unless vou. the said Ada M. Einfeldt
shall personally be and apjear bclorette
Raid county court of Rock Island county
on the Brst dav of a term tliereof. to be
haldtn at ttie city ot Ro k Island, in sai.l
county, on tt:e hrst Monday ot June. ln,
and plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainants petition. the same. and the matters
and things therein charged and stated will
be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
atraiust you according to the prayer ot said
Rock Island Illinois. Mav s. l&oi.
H. B. hL'BBAKD, Clerk.
MARION E. SWEENEY.
the TJiNrtviEW Park Floral company
Mever & Behring, Props. Green nousei
His Fifteenth street. Plants, cut flowers
HENRY G AETHJ E Proprietor cmrP'-an
nock nurser. Cut Cowers ana aesigns oi
all kinds. C'itv store, 16J Second avenue
Telephone 1 1 10
LEONARD DRACK Architect and supertn
ter.dent. Stluner block, sweonu noor
Office hours 10 to r a m . 4 to w p m
PA itl DON & SON Artistic lntertor decora
tion. Finest lice of late paper carried ana
skilled " workmen employed. Moderate
prices. 417 Seventeenth street.
LEG At S
Notice of Publication Chaucery.
State of Illinois. i
Rock Island County. (
In the circuit court of Rock Island county.
To th J&i.usuy term A. u. lwi mcnan-ct-ry.
Fr.mcis Y. Keator and Upshaw P. Hord vs.
loiioe. tut Mi.lme oc (Vatcriown tvi.Uwuy
eonp inv, Mls-i-sippt v suey 'i ractioa eompa
dv. t.'hirles H Deere, Joshua ilaie L.,le i.
Tjlor. tr. vy. h;i:R. nur'.on f. i-eeu oeorge
vv wood n vv. wiKineo -n. Ameriottn trust
& S tvtriiM b ink. and tbe unv nowu owners and
ieel bo.-'ers of uv the l ". o nones aaiea
October I t 03. mob for the sum ot .V Utufd
bv th i M sslssip i Valley 'I rsction onipary
anl s'ou-ed by a m. rtgagd tn st deed from
saiit Mis-sissipi Vsl.ey Traction company to
Amen an I r- si t. nu fc.uvlns d;idk.ouu a u:o-
br I. I'.' a. aid tilt-d for record in tn record
er's oitlee of Rock Island cnuntv. Illinois, on
November 2i, lvt3. and recorded tn book M f
m. teases on pace 623 Genercl number Mil,
I'roner affidavits laviDs Deen n;ea mice
ornce of the o:erk of pld cTt notice is cere-
bv civen to the i d urknown owners and legal
holaers of ary of the 1200 bonds dated Oc .oter
1. ims e?eh fo"he sum or fa ion. issue! by
the Mlssl s'ppl VtU.ev Trae.iion company and
secured hj mortj; ige truM deed from said
Mississippi Vil-iy r.o-lon Ciirr.pny to A tut r-
ienn Trust & Sav'tit: bink, dttd October 1,
1SI03, and filed for reeo d in the reeordt-r"s
oflice of Roek Isiaid eou:,tv, lili ois, ou No
vember Si, 1A3, and recorded in Ht.ok flof
Mortgages on pte 523. that tne ahove nsmetl
coinplxiuaits heretofore tiled ibeirbul c f i'om
plaint in siid court on the ehneery si ie there
of, and that a summons thereupon is-ued out
of xaid cou.t against the above tamed de
fendants, returntib'e on tae Mr. nv of iht;
term of tne eireuit eot:rt of i-oik llano
county, to be held at the court louse in said
hoek xslnd county, ou the lir t .uonuuy of
January. A D. H0l as is by law rt quired, and
which suit is stt I pending.
UkXIKUS W. tj AMHLE, Clerk.
A. T. EWING and U Y. CRaIG.
Executrix' Sale of Real Kntate.
Jos. L. Haas. Attorney.
Ry virtue of an order and decree of the
county court of Kock Inland county, Illinois,
made on petition ot tne uiulersigntd Kunig
UTide Htner. exe utrix ot t e last will and
testa me it ot Fried t ich Schneider, deceased ,
to pay debts, at the Jljrch term. A. u tun
of said court to-wit: on ttie flh d?j of
March A D. 1004.1 shall on Saturday, the !4ta
day of May text, between tte hours of ten
(nil ociocK in tne torenoon atut nve en)
o'clock In the atternoon to wit: at the h'ur
of 2 o'clock p in. of said dav, sell at public
sale at the east o. or oi tne court couse in
Rock Island county, the real estate described
The west one hundred (l"0) feet or lot
number twenty tive f) in Dodge's addition
to the city ot Rock Inland, in the county of
Rock Island, in the s ate ot Illinois.
Terms otsale: One-half (Hi of the pur
chase monev in cash on the dav ot sale, and
toe remainder in oue (l year from the date
of said saIc, with interest at six per cent (U
percent) per annum, secuitd by lirst mort
gage upon me real estate so boiu, or tue
purchaser may p3y cash.it he or she prtler.
Dated tnis bin uav c: a prii. wi.
Executrix of tre last will and testainvutof
Friedrich Schneider, uecease4-
Estate qf Francis Poettkcn, deceased.
The undersigned having been aTipviiueu
administrator of the estate of Francis A
Poctlken. late of the county of Rock Is
land, slate of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that he will arqear beiore the count v
court ot Rock Island county at tue county
court room. In the citv of Rock Island, at the
June term on the first Monday tn June next.
at whicn time all persons naving claims
against said estate are notified and request
ed to attend tor the purpose of having the
same an justed.
All persons inaerteu to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated lhls6tn dav OI April, A. D. 1104.
JOS. L. HAAS, Administrator.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate ot John Moore, deceased.
Pi.l!ic notice is hereby given that the un-
dei sij.-atl. Davd Clarke, execulorof the last
'will nuil tt:i-t iuic:it ot Sarah J. Moore, fle-
Cv'asett. who w .s the a i mi oistratri tt of the
e.-.tate ot John Moore, liufis-u. has th!Sday
til ti his li:.al rei or t p settlement as sucu
in tfcf coii'i'.y cou'i i K'k i -i.ti.i! ruunty,
in said estat- or Jcr-i M-x-ra. ect ae i. aau
heartngon sa; J rejort dts iio-ii ol ler .way t.
l'.lll, at 9 o' lock a. tn . at vniK' ii time persons
inlerestetl may appear and maV.e obiecliona
liir"'o "i objections are tiled, said
rei)..ri ... i :tt;..Vf.l at that l ii::e. aiu.
the undersigned wi.i jtk tor an or tier rf d.s
tr:ti:ition .-4:.d vii also ;tk to bt uissliarfd.
Hot-k Island, Hi.. AiJfil Si, I1K4
DA VII) CLARKE,
Executor of the last will and testamentof
Sarao J. Moore, deceased, late adminis
tratrix of the estate ot said John Moore,
Estate of Joseph Scliieberl. deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
executor of the last will and testament ot
Joseph Scliieberl. late of the countv ot Rock
Island, state ot Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that he will aplear be-
f.ire Ihf rou r. I v r.ou rt of Kock Island countv
at the couulv court room, in the city of Kock
Island, at tne June term, on the first
Monday 111 June next, at wh'ch time
all persons having claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to attend
for the purioseof having the same adjusted.
All persons incetiteu to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this I'.'tn day or April, a u. 1W4.
ANTON SCHIEBERL. Executor.
Estate of Charles O. Carter, deceased
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministratrix of the estate of Charles C. Carter,
late of lh countv t Kock W i d. state of Il
linois, deceased, hereby gives notice 1 bat she
will appear before toe county court of Kock
IsUntl county ut the county court room, in tiie
city f Kock Island, at tue July term, on
the first unr.tu; in .iuiy next, at wnicn
tixe all persons bavi' claims ogaiast said
estate are notified aLd r- quested to attend,
for the pur;Je of having tte same adjusted
AU peisoa indented 10 said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment Ui the
Dated this Mth d y of April A. D. 1901.
MARY w. c kteic. Administratrix.
Estate of Joseph Ib-echt, deceased.
Tne undermined having oeen appointed
executrix of tbe last will and testament of
Joseph Albrecht. late of the county of Roc
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
aotlce ttat she will appear before tbe county
sourt of Rock tiiand county, at tbe coucty
court roo2i, in the city of Rock Island, at
the Ji-ne term, on the first Monday tn
Jure next, at which time all perots
having claims against said estate are notified
and requested vo attend for tbe purpose of
Daring tee same adjusted. All persons In
debted to snid estate are rejuefted to make
licaiediate payment to tbe inderalgnetf.
Dated this itn day of April. A. D. lttit.
SARAH M. ALUKEJHT, Executrix.
AdrulolMtrator'a Slot Ice.
Estate of Jaeob Simmon, deceases'
The untcniened. bavinir oeen arprirted
executor a d executrix of tbe cs.ate if Ja
cob Simmon, late of tbe County of Rook
Island. BUie of Illinois. de.c ased. hereby
gives notice that tbry w ill apicar before tlie
Cojtlf Ciurt it R..CK Isiaod County, atibe
Ojuoty Court room, in tbe fTty of rvoek 1
lacd. at the Jane term, on the flrt Moc
day in J'me neil. at which time a I per
ionf bavtc c'a'uis against said estate are
contied an 1 requested ui M em fur tbe pur
pose of having tbe tuue adjuswd til oer
nods Indebted to said estate arc requested to
make immediate payment to tbe undersigned.
Dated this 2ist dav of pi ii, a. D. I'JUl
ROSETTE SIMMON. KxecJtrix.
PE I LK H. SIUMON, Executor.
H M McCASKRiN Attorney-i -law. Rock
Island and Milan. Rock Ialaac office in
Hecgston block. Milan offlo on Mam
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys at
law. and N. A. Larson, Swedish Advokat
Money loaned. Office over Cramp ton t
book store, 1710 Second avenue.
JACKSON.HURST A STAFFORD Attorney
at law. office la Kock Island: National
LUDOLPH A REYNOLDS Attorneys at
law. Money to loan. General lecal bun
ness. Notary public 17 Second avenue,
SWEENEY A WALKER Attorneys ana
counsellors at law Abstracts of title
OCce in Benetton block.
SEARLE A MARSHALL Lawyers. Money
to loan on good real estate scrurtty. Ml Ch
ell A Lynde block. Rock Island. I1L
McEXIRY A McENIRY Attorneys at law.
Loan money on good security: make col
lections. References. Mttcbeu A Lynde
bankers. Office, M:tcheil A Lynde build
ing. JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at lav.
General legal pracL.ce. Office room 11.
Mitchell A Lynde building. Union Klec
trie phoDe aitoi.
Patent and trademark ofrice, room 14.
Mitchell A Lvnde building. Rock
Island. James F. Murphv. associate,
branch of Moore & Co., patent attorneys,
Washington, D. C. and Chicago. III.
DR. CORA EMERY RKED Homeopathic
physician. Special attention to diseases of
women and children; also diseases of eve,
ear, nose and throat. Office hours. to
13 a. in., 1 to 4 p. m. Ml Sixteenth street
J. T.TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours 8:1a to
12 m ., 1 so to & p. m. 21W Eighteenth
street, opposite Union office. Telephone
CARDS 75 cents per U0. round corners tl per
KM invitations, note, letter hill beads and
en ve. opes pr-r-ttd ,tt leasonable prices.
Embossing aiu color work on tine statlon-
ry. New phen.: mis Hleuer Bros., 1011
Seventh avenue Rock iMand.
AUGiTSTANA COLLEGE Business depart
ment. A thorough business training given
lor entry into commercial lite. Terms
reasonable. Apply at Augustana college.
VILLA DE CHaNTal a home school for
girls conducted by lite S'slers of the Visi
tation. Rudimentary and higher branchea
and all tiolite accomplishments taught.
Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue,
RAILWAYS AND STEAMERS.
Kaiiway 1 lekt
K ISLAND A PACIpI'J
kets rrv bi purchased at
the Ci y 1 icHet olllce, lMi:t Seaond avenue, or
r: . R I ,1" depot, Kifih "venue, foot of
Thirf-first street. "Phone weot 1C83, west
14.:!. FRANK H. 1'1,1'MVItR, O I A.
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RUCK ISTND ASV PBOHIA DtViSIOH.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Mala
line trains start from main depot on FlfkH
,i rune b itilnutes In advance of lime given.
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CI -Q ton, Dubuque
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. :-iioj at :oclt Island 'ib ruinates far meals,
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Steamer CITY OK WINONA
Arrive Pi:.ii a.m. Dtvenport: leave 3:01 p m.
Arrive 10 1:, a.m. Rock Island, leave a: 1.1 p in
For rates aud further information app y
to F. W BLACK. Agent.
Rock Island. Ill
THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE.
For Muscatine. Ilu llngton. Keokuk, tjuln
cv. St I.juUand txiiuis between. Steamer
Dubu jue every Thursday at 3 j- m.
For st. Louis and points b-tween. Steam
er St. Paul Monday. May 9. at 9 a. in.
GEORGE LAMONT. Agent.
Office US Seventeenth street. Telephone,
old, ll'Jo; new, aiua.