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THE AEGrTJS?, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1904.
Jt ! M "J JK
Under all curablecondifons
Mr. D. Kauble of
Nevada. O., was
cured by Kodol
Mrs.W. W. Lay-
ler of Hilliard.
Pa., was cured
the us of
m .i rm tie a
Sunday, May 0.
Tlio well I::iom OMineily
"Im VVeissen FLoessT"
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Actual rain, spi-rial sc-ucry. A cn
1inuu n.ar nf la ni lit cr. I'l-o.-ented
lv tlic Milwaukee (icrman Tlicatrc
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".". :;."(, .0e ami 7.1c.
Monday, May 9.
a i.i. m:xt vi:i:k.
Hoy K. Wccil presents
T3Je Gibney-Weed Stock Co
(i f t lit l--t in i cjicrt nirc, earn in
!." people, tipciiin- lill
The let of Mirli clas auVille in ml
ililioii to t lie. lira ma. A coll t in imns
per for m a nee - n waits.
l.:'Wie li ee (liic 1 ; i I v will lie .lilmit
terl free with each pa'nl line ticket.
I 'rices: He, r.'Oc ami ::oo.
It's Quality That Counts
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In coal it's qua'ity that makes
heat, it's quality that retains,
it is quality that makes possible
onsumption of P0 per cent of
the combustible rart of it. leav
ing ft li?ht. clean ash; lastly, it's
quality that lessens your fuel
biM you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unburnables. The coal
ye handle, both hard and soft,
dtserves all the pood things we
and our patrons Fay for it. A
ton will talk as loudly as a ear
lotfel. K. G. FRAZEP
John Volk 6c Co.,
Dealers in single and double strength
ninds and Mouldinjrs, Yer.eced and
Hardwood Flouring- of all kinds.
Dealer in yinp-le and double strength
Window Olass. PoTi-shed Plate, leveled
Plate and Art Gl3.s.
311 and 3-3 .
HOCK ISLAND, : : : ILLINOIS.
Agency and Information
.207--00 "Brady St., Davenport. Iowa.
Claims, accounts and informations col
lected everywhere. Both 'phones.
BUCK'S NEW CLOTHES
Fifteen years have passed since John
C. Buck and I published the Alien
County Eye at Scottdale, Ky.
The Eye was a small sheet and waa
printed on a press that took an Iia
presslon with a loud slap.
We lived in the office cost us no
rent as It was believed, to be haunted r
and took our meals wherever we- hap
pened to find them.
We had been running along for sev
eral months when one night, as Bnck
and I lay on the floor smoking, he turn
ed to me and said:
"I am in love."
"What."' I exclaimed.
"I am In love, I say. Give me a
He relighted his pipe, puffed awhile
"Finest looking woman you ever saw
fat, weighs about twice as much as
I do, but she's beautiful. Never met
her until day before yesterday. Went
down to the bluff after a bucket of
water. She and old Ilillard's wife
were sitting near the spring eating a
lunch. I asked them If they didn't
want some water. Girl said sh did.
Handed her a gourdful; sat down be
side her. 'Won't you have 'some
lunch?' she asked. Well, rather. 1
nibbled her cheese and crunched her
crackers and snatched the meat off
the leg of a chicken. I found out her
name Miss Cregg Helen, at that. I
have met her several times since then.
She gave me a poem for the Eye.
We'll print It, though it's tough. Now,
don't object. We'll print her matter
now, and If we are ever married I'll
choke her off."
I went out into the country, and
upon returning, after a stop of several
days. Buck told me that he was cn
gageL "This Is nonsense." said I.
"How so?" he asked In surprise.
"Why, you have got nothing to get
"Get married on credit," said he.
"That's all very well, but s-ou've got
no clothes, and there's not a man In
town would credit you with a suit."
"Oh, the question of a suit of clothes
is settled. The county clerk will give
$10 for printing the delinquent tax list,
and with that amount of money I can
get a first c lass outfit. I went down to
se the proprietor of the woolen mill,
and he told me that for $3 he would
Ke!l me enough jeans to answer my
I went wjth him. The Jeans was of
a yellowish cast and was woven in
ribs thnt were almost as coarse as
gridiron, and, still worse, it was greasy
and smelled like a wet dog.
We printed the tax list, and Buck
took the goods to a tailor. The old
fellow turned away and held his nose
when if was unrolled.
"I'll take em," the tailor said, "but
you must have the cloth shrunk first."
"That's all right. Let me put them
on. and they may shrink until they get
tired. Tush the work on as fast as you
can, for an exceedingly important
event depends on these clothes. I'll be
around to try them on tomorrow."
Early one cold but beautiful morning
we hired a shaokly old hack and set
out for the residence of the bride's fa
ther. A drug clerk had given us u box
of cigars, and onward we went gayly
I think that they were the worst
cigars I have ever seen. They burned
like h piece of hickory, and when we
attempted to knock off the ashes It was
rure that the cigar escaped being bro
ken in two.
"Bnck, you are sure the girl loves
you?" I asked.
"Of course I am. Do j'ou reckon
she's marrying me for money?"
"You are not going to compel her to
sleep in the office, are j'ou?"
"No; she'll stay with Mrs. forget
the name until I can sorter fix up a
"But suppose you do not succeed In
"Well, then. 6he'll either have to
stay with Mrs. Slouch or go back
home. What the deuce is that odor?
Whew! I never smelled anything as
bud. It almost takes my breath."
"It's your clothes." I answered.
"Why do you persist In making fun
of my wardrobe? From the very first
yon have spoken ungenerously of these
garments. You have not only spoken
ill of their appearance, but have slan
dered them by declaring that they
smell bad. As a single and consequent
ly a thoughtless man I could bear in
sults, but as a married man as a man
who feels the responsibilities of life
I must protest against a continuance
of indignities. By George, what is It
that smells so?"
Just then Buck lifted the blanket,
and a roluine of smoke rolled out. We
stopped the horses and Jumped out of
The tails of Buck's coat were burned
off, baring caught from one of our
"What ought I to do jump in the
creek or bury myself?"
There was in my mind a sharp fight I
between the ludicrous and the sympa-1
thetlc, but finally pity bade the ludi-
crous Jie down. j
"It Is unfortunate," said I, "but not
fatal. It is but little farther to the j
house of your father-in-law" .
"Stop," he said, holding np his hand.
"Enough! Speak not of wives nor of
fathers-in-law. Get in. and we will go
back to town. Farewell, vain ambi
tion,' he continued, waving his hand,
"farewell !" Opie Bead in Banner cf
Cholly Such TUlgah persons! They
talked forevah about twade, don't y
Miss Pepprey And what did yoatalk
Cholly Nothing. ' .
Miss Pepprey Th idea! ' Honf co
Kstleal! PhflaIefnhia Preaa. - -
Vou prize the "frteTKj 'that prides himself
on being frank and tru.
Wno talks about your faults, howe'er It
may hurt hisn and ytu.
You know that it's his Brt on whom
you're likeliest to depend
When trouble ovt-reatt the sky and bit
ter tears di-sct-nd.
But, Juet the same, you sometimes wish
that he could comprehend
That no one finds perfection no, not even
in a friend
And though you vow you want the truth.
and want it good and strong.
You kind o' like the fellow who will Jolly
Tou kind o" like the bird that eings a
song of cart-less cheer;
You kind o' like the flowers that blossom
idly, far and near;
Youi kind o' like the merry rhyme whose
strains so idiy fall;
Tou kind o' like a Jut of things that are
no good at all.
But there Is Just one fact that stands out
palpable and clear
The thoughtless smile Is always better
than the thoughtless srie'er.
Ar.d so many folks are ready to remind
you when you're wrong
That you kind o- like the fellow who will
Jolly you along.
lot So rant.
Minister Once I married four cou
ples in fifteen minutes.
Captain Let's see, that's sixteen
knots an hour. We can beat that eas
ily. All the news all the time The
All diaeases of Kldnevs.
Bladder, Urinary Organs.
Al Rheumatism. Back
ache, HeartDisease. Gravel,
Dropsy, Female Troubles.
Don't become discouraged. There Is a
Cure for you. If m-r-essury write lr. I-'enner.
lie li.irt spent a iiio time curln? ii.t juicu
cases as yours. A.1I consultation Froe.
rtVjnt months In bed, heavy backache,
ali and soreness nenm kidneys, aNo rheu
matism Other remedies failed. Dr. I"eu-
our's Kidney ii nd Backache Curo cured niO
completely. II. YVATEliS, Hamlet. N. Y."
Pruecists. &V;.. SI. Ask for Cook Book Free.
Si.VlTUS'DANCE Fenner, t'redonia.N. V
F.ot sale by Harper Demise Pharmacy
and Canode's Phaa-maey.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Baurs
feld ft Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and
quick service. 1814 Third avenue Phone
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
GRAND HOTEL Famous Colfax mineral
springs. Offers best accommodations at
reasonable prices. Address William Frey.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located 8,787
lect above tbe sea. All toe year round re
sort. A perfect place for rest. For partic
ulars address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, Medi
cal Director. Laa Vegas. N M.
H BATING AND PI.UMBINU.
CHANNON, PERRY & COMPANY Heating
and plumbiDg along scientinc and sani
tary lines. Caretul and skilled workmen.
Prompt attention. Ill West Seventeenth
street. Phnne 11
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anytnlng, engage neipor secure a situation
the Mail is dLe one paper icMoline that can
do it for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is tbe price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Saturday Mall. Mnllne ill
INSURANCE on dwellings and noceeol(5
goods a specialty. Oldest and best com-
antes, lowest rates. C. R. Chamberlin
Lltcbell A Lynde block. Phone 1030.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and lesur
ance. Old are companies represented
Your patronage aollclted. 'Ptoue Union
63. Office over Thomas' drug store.
BENNETTS Insurance agency. Fire, lite
accident, health and plate glass. Rea
estate and loans. Room S, Buford block
Residence pbone. union 301 ; oHce.union ill
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for cit?
property an cents per 1100 one year, 40 eenu
per 1100 three years. 60 cents per $ijflv
years. Call cr address C. K. . namberun
Agent, Mitchell A Lynde building.
HAYES A CLEAVELAND The pioneer
agencv. Old time and Are tested compa
nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado
accident, lite, or almost any form of risk
Ground floor offices it to SIS. Elghtee&Ui
WK WILL BOND YOU Executors, admin
lstratorm guardians, trustees, trustees or
any k'nd of Judicial bonds: lodge and ao
elety c-ers: city, state or U.S. govern
ment officials; contractors: positions of
trubt: in fact, any klud of oond you want
except bail bonds. Terms reasonable
Hayes A Cieaveland, resident manager.
Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary
M05ET TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marlon E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 33-35. Mitchell M Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN la any amount, on ar.y
x'.nd cf tecum v. Adso choice property tor
sale or rent. W, L. Coy&e. SO Seventeenth
street, cp stairs.
WE make a specialty ot loaning money on
household goods, horses, wagons, etc
without removal and In a quiet way. Call
on us for quick loaus. Fidelity Loan com
pany, Room 38. Mitchell a Lynde block.
VNTED Painters at 16J Third avenue.
Y. C. Hobbe.
WANrFD Good opening for young men
from 13 o 21 years or aee at the Harper
house. Permaneut emploj mem.
WANTED Bright voung man to travel, ad
vertising and collecting. ) monthly to
start and all expenses. Self addressed
envelope tor reply. Address Road Supt,,
211 Pontlac building.. Chicago.
WANTED Man to travel advertising
Good salary and all exienses trcm start.
Steady position If sat stactory. For par
t'culars serd self-addressea envelope.
Manager Gillis, SIS Dearborn, Chicago
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Y ew v eeis required. Stea Jy practic? and
careful instruction given. Wages Satur
davs. Splendid demand for graduates.
Last weet of special April oifer. Write at
once. Moler Barber College, Chicago, 111.
WANTED Pipe organ builders GooJ per
manent positions in all aeprtmentai of
our pipe organ factor are now open to
capable workmen. Strike about "ilvsed
hop"-no other dispute. Il ghest wages.
If vou want to better vourselt write to us.
Lou & Hesly. J-aurtolpH street, corner
Ujtden avenue. Chicago, II'-.
WASTKD FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Pantry girisattne Harper house
W A N'TKD Twenty sewing girls at Trl City
WANTED Girl for general housework at
i'.T i-'ourtn avenue.
WANTED A comjietent girl. Apply to Mrs.
S M. Arndt. sJ3 Twentieth street.
WANTI'D At once, a tirnt and second cook
at the Union Mission, Aiken street, Soutn
Kock U lan j.
WANTED- A f irl for gereral housework in
family of two adults. Apply at ittUl Sev-c-nib
housework: housecleaning tlone. Apply at
8il Twenty-third street.
WANTED Girl for general housework to
famiiv of tnree adults. Good wages. Ap
ply at KJ4J Nineteenth street.
WANTED A girl for general housework in
small lamily. References required. Mrs.
B. C. Hartz.5.11 Nineteentn street.
WASTED At once, a lady to put out can
vassers in tMs district. Good pay. Ad
dress for interview -H. " this otrice.
WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue explains
bow we t'ach hairdressing. manicuring
and facial massage quickly, mailed tree.
Moler Barber college, Chicago. 111.
WANTED One or two good singers for illus
trated songs. Would like to have parties
that could dance (white or colored). Girls
preferred. Addrens Entertainment com
pany, lsireconu avenue
WANTKD-Lady to travel in Illinois. Sal
ary 2ii per week and all expenses. Per
manent iiosltion If satisfactory, self-addressed
envelope for reply- Address Man
ager. 52 Dearborn street. Chicago.
WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED A stenographer who will take
dictation for ten days. Inquire at the
Lewii Kooting company's.
wanted Mm or woman of neatapcear-
ance, energy and fair education to travel
for large manutactuilng concern. 115 per
week and expenses. Aauress, wiin stamp,
W. L BraUshaw, Rock Island, III.
WANTED Horse suitable for famiiv pur
poses. Must be gentle. Address "B
WANTED 1.000 people to use Cincho Rel'.et
Tonic, a positive cure for diarrhoea and
cramps. For sale by all druggists.
WANTED Typewritingwork to do at home.
Can take dictation evenlncs. Work c. -,1'ed
lor and returned. Call new 'phone 628
WANTED Hoarders by the day or week.
Firat-class board at reasonable prUes
Telephone and all modern conveniences.
12jy Second avenue.
WANTED Boarders. Three or four gen
tlemen can tind well furnished rooms and
board in a German private boat ding
bouse. 637 Seventeenth street
WANTED To rent a six or eight room
house, with modern improvements, locat
ed between Fifteenth and Twenty-second
streets and Seventh and Twelfth avenues.
Address "H. 54" this office.
WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday
Rest rooms at 1H18H Third avenue, near Y.
M. C. A. building. Good home cooked din
ner from 11 :30 to z. Supper Saturdayonly
from 5 to 8 p.m. We exist lor accommo
dation, not proht. Rooms open a day to
ladies for rest.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A white fox terrier dog with long
. taM, a brown siot around one eye. Return
lo lioa 1 bird avenue and receive reward.
PARTIES desiring domestics, conks, dining
room girls, housekeepers, nurse girls or
washerwomen can be provided by calling
or addressing 512 blatcenth street- New
KM PI RE f X3AL & COKE COMPANY Whole
sale and retail dealers in bituminous and
anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcie.
Offices 1713 First avenue. Telephone west
FOR RENT Office room on ground fioor at
Rock Island house. .
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 1011 Fourth
avenue. Modern conveniences.
FOit REN'T-Furn'shed rooms for light
housekeeping at II16 Second avenue.
E.J. BURNS City and country real estate.
If you have property for sale, list It with
me. If you want to buy I will do mv best
to get you what you wanL Room 11, Mitch
ell A Lynde block. Telephone 1191.
MADAM HOWARD Full readings 2ft and no
cents. Room 12. McKinnie block, corner
Fifteenth street and Fourth avenue. En
trance on Fllteenth street. Moline.
FOR KNT Large froot room on first floor,
newly furnished. Call at 535 Twentieth
FOR KENT Furnished rooms for light
oustreepirte- also sleeping rooms at 1403
FOR KENT A nicelv furnished room in
residence locality. " Inquire at P29 Seven
FOR RENT One large nicelv lurnished
irooi rcom sunaoie ror two. enquire at
1020 First avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping: also sleeping rooms at
MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clairvoy
ant, Telis you the past.present and future
corrctly. Telis you everything per
taining to business, marriage, divorce,
love att airs, sickness, death, accidents and
evervthing of interest. One call will
prove her wonderful accuracy. Office
hours from I to 10 p. m. 70S Fourth ave
nue. Taxe tbe Blue fine. west.
EXPRESS. STORAGE. HIS AND CAB.
ROBB S TRANSFER CO., 120 West fceven
teentn street. Old 'phone 1537, New 'phone
515. New storage building. Express, bag
gage, 'bus and cab calls answered dayior
W. A. ROB3 & CO. All kinds ot electrical
construction. Estimates furnished and
service prompt and reliable. Fine llr.e of
gas an.i combination fixtures. 119 Eight
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDKES.
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and build
era Also manufacturers of sash, doors
blinds and mouldings. Dealers in plate
window and art glass. OSces and factory
11 to 833 Eighteentn street.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
H. J. TOHER A CO. Brokers. Davenport.
Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. Privaie
wire to.Nevr York and Ctitago. Cfflc
ICS Mala etieet. Telephone 407.
GEORGE H. SIDWKLL & CO Commiion
merchants, urair. hav and provisions.
Members ol the Cclcae'o board of trade
and Cntcago Stock exenange. Established
SS years. No. U and M RiAlto building
Long distance phone. Harrison leae.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front
rooms sul able for gentlemen. Apply at
527 Twentieth street.
FOR KENT-Nicely furnished room with
modern conveniences and use of tele
phone, 122M Second avenue.
FOR KENT A nicely furnished room on
Second fioor over Ploh's grocery, with all
modern conveniences. 14HUH Third avenue.
FOR KENT Furnished rooms with modern
conveniences and use ct telephone, fall
7S7 Y. old phoue. Six bkeks south ot Har
FOR RENT Front room on llrst noor for
one or two gentlemen: also room with
water for one gentleman: use of telephone.
1 KI9 Nineteenth street.
KOI! KENT Nicely furnished rooms with
bain ana good taol? tioard, snitanie tor
eitner ladies or gentlemen. One and a
half Mocks from four car lines. MO Third
FOR RENT Front bed-room and parlor
furmsneu. suitanie tor couple or two
gentlemen. Only 30 minuies walk from
Arsenal shops. 729 Thirty-ninth street,
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Frame building 24x40. for busi
ness Inquire at 2200 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Six-room house. Inoutre at
ell Twelfth street, Mrs. R. B. Taylor.
FOR RENT Six-room house. Apply at n3(j
Seventh street. Charles Weaver's grocery.
FOR RENT House of seven rooms, nearly
new. witn moaern im provemcnts. Inquire
at B10 Twenty-eighth street.
FOR KENT New 4-room house, large gar
den spot, on Fourteenth avenue and Sixih
street. Inquire at luol Filteenth street.
Old 'phone 554 brown.
FOR KENT A 5-room flat with al! modern
improvements opposite C , R. 1. & P. depot
Inquire of G. A. Koeter, Sala tlats. or tele
phone hw. three rings, city.
FOR RRNT-Ou Fourth avenue between
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, two of the
most desirable flats in the city, with all
modern improvements. Apply at Ameri
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Comer lot on Fourteenth-and-a-balt
street. Cot 50. Can be bought
for 4475 cash. H. K. Walker.
FOR SALE Best bargains In lots on Twen-ty-ilith
street and '.tenth avenue if taken
at once. Easy payments. Inquire Keldy
FOR SALE Lot on Fourteenth street be
tween Twelfth and Fourteenth avenues.
40x10 feet cheap. Apply to Goldsmith &
FOR SALE Cheap it taken at once, good
J laying fruit and cigar stand In good loca
lou. Rent, 130 per month. Address "F 13"
FOR SALE Two remaining cast front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For- terms inquire of R. S. Dart, Jackson A
Hurst s odce. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE New 5-room cottage with bath
room: convenient to two car lines and
within easy walking distance ot business
center of city. Address "11. L." Argus.
FOR SALE Two new 4 room houses, with
large, n.ce lots. 700 each. i:alf cash, bal
ance on time. Also other houses from (f00
upwaros. Inquire at 1110 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Near Aurustana college, a
splendid good house of Ue large rooms,
quite new with large lot and all in num
ber I condition. Price 1,650. H. K.Walker.
FOK SALE 60 foot lot if taken before 10
davs at 100 per front foot, or 30 feet next
to library building for f 110 foot. Must be
sold, as I wish to leave the city. Mrs. M.
A. Gorrey, 1612 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE On easy terms, the best resi
dence lots in the city on Twenty-second
anil Twentv-third streets, between Tentn
and Eleventh avenues For prices, rail or
address John G. Scheuermann, 1U30 Twenty-third
FOR SALE MISCKLLAK'KOGH.
FOR SALE Black horse and rubber-tired
buggy. Inquire at City Steam laundry.
FfiR SALE A good family horse with phae
ton and harness at 42 Twenty-fourth
THE LONGV1F.W Park Floral company,
Merer & Be tin nr. Props. Green houset
1115 Fifteenth street, plants, cut Bowers
HENRY GAETHJK Proprietor C.hipplan
no, k unrsery. Cut Mowers aad designs ot
all kinds. City store. ltt7 Second avenue
FOK SALE 1,800 acres timber or lana in
Yazoo Delta. Address N. G. Augustus,
FOR SALE Refrigerator, best make, cost
17. usd 4 vears. owner left city, will take
. Call lie'tween 5 and 6 p. in. 1128 Second
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois,
Kock Island County
County Court of Rock Island county. To
the June term. A. D. In.
Central Trust & Savings Bank, with the will
annexed, administrator ot ice estate ot
Claus D. Einteidt. deceased, vs. Arthur ..
H. Elnfeldt. Henry C. Elnfeldt. Louis J.
EinfelQt. Elsa M. Elnfeldt. John C. D. Eln
feldt. Ada M. Einteidt, Pearl A. Elnfeldt,
and Otto Grotjan Petition for sale of
real estate to pay debts.
Aflldavit of the non-residenceof Ada M. Ein-
feldt. one ot the defendants above named.
having been filed In the oflfl -e of the clerk of
tie county court of Rock Island county, no
tice is hereby given to the satd Ada M. Eln-
fel 't that the said pmntitt. Central
Trn&t aud Savings bank, administrator
with will annexed ot the state cf Claus D.
Einteidt. dtcased, has tiled its petition In
the , aid county court of Kock Island county
tor an order to sell the premise b longing
to tne estate of ald deceased, or so much cf
it a- may be needed to pay tbe dbts of said
deceased, and described as follows to-w t:
Lots number eight " and ten (10) in block
numtter one (1) ia that rart of the city of
Kock Island known as and called "Sou'.h
Park Addition:" that a summons has been
issued out ot-said court against you return
able at the May term.A-D. ltti4. otsaid court:
that at said May term A D. b4. at aid court
said cause was bv order of sai i court enter
ed therein on the 2nd day ot Mav a. D. 1Jo4.
continued until tne jane term A. u. iwi. 01
said court, and that an alias summons has
beenissu-d out of said court against you.
returnable at the Jnte term. A. D. 19C4. of
sai-i court, to be holden on the first Monday
otJune A D. I9r4, at tbe rourt house In tbe
citv of Kock Island in Kock Island county,
Now unless von. the said Ada M. Elnfeldt
shail personally be and apiar belore ti e
said county coust of Rock Island county
on the first day of a term thereof, to be
holden at tne city ot Rock Island, in said
county, on the Brst Monday ot June, 194.
and plead, answer or demur to tbe said com
plainant's petition. the satne.and the matter.
and things tr.erein charged and stated will
be taken as confeaeed. and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer ol aid
Rock Island Illinois. Mav a. 1904.
H- B. HUBBARD. Clerk.
MARION . SWEENEY.
LEONARD BRACK Architect and snperin
tendeat. Skinner Woes, secona noor
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PARI DON & SOX Artistic Interior decora
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Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois,
Rock Island County:
In the circuit court ot Rock Island county.
To tbe Jaxuaiy term a. v. iwi. incuan
cery. Francis Y. Keator acd Upshaw 1. Ilord vs.
Moline. tast Moline v vVateriown Kiillway
company, Mts-l-sippl Valley 'f motion compa
ny. Charles it usere. josnua ri.-ue. i,jie n.
Taj lor. F. W. hauk. Burton F. Peek, George
W Wood, K. W. Woodeo.-h. American Trust
& Savings bank, and the unknown owners and
legnl holders of any nt the I 2-.0 bonds dated
October t. 103, each for the sum of i00 Issued
by the Miss'.sslp.l Valley Traction ooinpany
aiij scued by a ror rtgagJ tn?sl deed from
said Mississippi Valley Traction compmiyto
American Trust and Savings back.oau-d Octo
ber I. Iv and tiled for record in th record
er's office of Rock Island eouutv, Illinois, on
November 25, l'.HM, and recorded in book W of
mortgages on-page 523 C.enerol cumher5.ni.
'rooer aindavits bavtng Deen nieu m the
otllce of the c.erk of eaid court notice is here
by it iv en to the sa d unknown owners and legal
h'ol jers of any of the 1200 bonds dated Oeiober
1. I eceh for me sum 01 .-humio. issuea ov
the Mlssl-s'ppl Val-ev Tracilon company, ai d
secured by mortg-iga trust deed from said
Mississippi lley 1 reilon company to Amer
ican Trust & Sav'ngs haute, died October I,
1903. and tiled for record In the recotder s
otllce of Rock Island county. Illinois, on No
vember 2 1103. ucd recorded in Book St of
Mortgages on page 523, that the above named
comulsinants heretofore tiled their blil of com
plaint In said court on the chancery sie there
of, and that a summons thereupon issueu out
of Maid court against tbe above named de
fendant, returnab'e on the tirst dav of the
friri of tne circuit court of frock Island
county, to be held at the court bouse in said
Rook tsltnd county, on the lir-t Monday of
January. A D. iy04. as is by law required, and
which suit is sll I pending.
GEOKGtC W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
A. T. EWINO and B Y. 0K A IG.
Executrix's Sale of Ileal Estate.
Jos. L. Haas, Attorney.
By virtue of an order and decree of the
countv court of Rock Island countv, Illinois,
made on petition of the undersigued Kunig
unde Ittuer, executrix of tre last will and
testament ot Fnedrlch Schneider, deceased,
to pay debts, at the Marcn term. A. D. ltd!
of said court to-wlt: on the Hn dav of
March A D. 1W4.1 shall on Saturday. ttiel4tri
day ot May pext, between the hours of ten
(10) o'clock in the forenoon and live 5)
o'clock in the atteruoon to wit: at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. sell at public
sale at the east duor of the court house in
Kock Island county, the real .estate described
The west one hundred (100) fect of lot
number twenty live (2f-) in Hodge's addition
to the city ot Rock Island, in the county of
Kock Island, in the siate ot Illinois.
Terms ol sale: tine-half (H) of the pur
chase money in cash on the day ot Sale, and
tne remainder in one 1 year from the date
of said s tie, with interest at six per cent U
per cent) per annum, secured by tirst mort
gage upon Ike real estate so sold, or the
purchaser may pay cash, it he or she prefer.
Dated this dth day 01 April. HM14.
KUNIG IN DP- 1TTNER,
Executrix of tre last will and testament of
Frledrich Schneider, deceased.
Estate qf Francis A. Poettken, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Francis A.
I'oeltken. late of the county of Rock Is
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that he will aniiear belore the county
court of Rock Island county at tne county
court room, in the citv of Kock Island, at the
June term on the tlrst Monday in June next,
at which time all iersons having claims
against said estate are notified anu request
ed to attend for the purpose of having the
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment lo the
Dated this 6th day of April. A. D. 1904.
JOS. L. HAAS, Administrator.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate ot John Moore, deceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned. David Clarke, executorof the last
will and testament ot Sarah J. Moore, de
ceased, who was the ad miaistratrix of the
estate of John Moore, deceas-d. has this day
tiled his tinal report and settlement as such
in the county court of Kock Island county,
in said estat of John Moore, oeceased, and
bearing on said report has been set for May ft,
1904, at 9 o lock a. m , at which time persons
interested may appear and make objections
thereto, and it no objections are bled, 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, 111.. April 9. 19C4.
Executorof the last will and testamenf.of
Sarah J. Moore, deceased, late adminis
tratrix of the estate ot said John Moore,
Estate of Joseph Schleberl. deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
executor of the laHt will and testament of
Joseph Schiebcrl. late of the county ol Kock
Island, slate of Illinois, deceased, here
hv gives notice that he will appear be
fore the county court of Rock Island county
at the county court room, in the city ot Rock
Island, at the June term, on the Brst
Monday in June next, at which time
all persons having claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated this 12th day ot April. A D. 1904.
ANTON SJHIEBEKL, Executor.
Estate of Charles C. Carter, deceased
The underpinned having been appointed ad
m'nlstratrtx of the estateof CharlesC. Carter,
late of the countv if Kock I.-li d, state of Il
linois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear before tbe county court of Kock
Island county at the county court room. In the
city of Kock IUand, at the JUI7 term, on
the first Monday in July next, at which
tlace all p?rsoDS having claims ngilnst said
estate are notified acd r'quested to attend,
for the purpose of having tne tame adjusted.
All peisou" indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 1 1th dy of April A. D. 1304.
M A KY W. CaRTKK, Administratrix.
Estate ol Joseph Albreeht. deceased.
Tne undersigned having oeen appointed
executrix of the last will and testament of
Joseph Albreeht, late of the county of Kock
island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that she will appear before the county
eourt of Rock Island county, at tbe county
sourt room. In the city of Rock Island, at
the June term, on the first Monday In
June next, at which time all pernors
having claims agalns. said estate are cot thed
and requested to attend for the purpose of
(saving the same adjusted. All persoas In
detjted to said entate are rejtie-ftted to make
Immediate o:'.ymeat to the mdtrslgned.
Uated this 9tb any of April, a. r. 190t.
SARA.H M. ALBKEJHT. Executrix.
Ftate of J&nob Simmon, decease!
The undersigned, having been appointed
executor 'd executrix of the es.ate -f Ja
cob Mmmon, late of the Count ; of Rock
Island, btate of li'lnoi.s. dee uimi. Lereby
gives noilee that th;y will appear before tbe
Coonty Court of Roc Island County, at the
County Court room. In the Clty-of Kock Is
land, at tbe June term. 01 the Lrat Mors
dy in June next, at hi'cb Mm! ! per
sons bavlbg dairies against aUi estate are
notified ar.a requested t at e-..a for the pur
ptM of having toe tame adjusted. All ner
sous Indented to said e:rf.av are requested to
make Immediate pay m vet to the undersigned.
Dated this dav vf a prll. a. D. UU4. -
ROiETT'i SIMMON, Exeoitrix.
PEI ER H. SXMMOX.Xxeeutor.
II M McCASKRlN A4tornevat-law. Rock
Island and Milan. Kock litantf office la
Henrsioa block. Milan office oa Mala
CONNKLLV A OOXNKLLY Attorney at
law. au.l N. A. Larson. Swedish Advokat
Money loaned. Oftlce over Cramplona
book store, 1719 Second avenue.
JACKSON.HURST A ST AFFORD Attorneys
at law. offlce In Hock Island National
LUDOLPH A KJSYNCLDS Attorneys at
law. Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary dboUc ITS Second avenue,
SWEENEY A WALKER - Attorneys and
counsellor at law. Abstracts of title.
Office in Bengston block.
SEARLE A MARSHALL Lawyers. Money
to loan on good rea! estate security. Mitch
ell A Lyude block, Rock Island. JU. 1
McEN'IKY A McENlRY Attorneys at law.
Loan money oa good security: make col
lections. References, Mitchell A Lynde
bankers. Omce, Mitchell A Lynde build
ups. , . -
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at law.
c-acnerat legal practice, omce room is,
Mitchell A Lynde building. Union Elec
tric pn one 6)i.
Patent and trademark office, room 14,
Mitchell A Lynde building, Kock
Island. James F. Murphv, associate,
branch of Moore & Co.. patent attorneys,
Washington. D. C. aud Chicago, 111.
DR. CORA EMERY RKKD Homeopathic
pnysiclan. Special atteuiion lo diseases ot
women and children; also diseases of eye,
ear, nose and throat. Office hours, 9-W to
11 a. m I to 4 p. m, Sal Sixteenth street
Rock Island. .
J..T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours 8:So to
12 m., 1.30 to 6p. m. 2!9) Eighteenth
street, opposite Union office. Telephone
CARDS 75 cents per 11:11. round comers 1 )x-r
ni in vnaiious. uoie. letter. 0111 neaos ana
envelopes printed at reasonable prices.
Km bossing and color work on line alalloii
ery. New phone 5rtlft Bleuer Bros., 1011
Seventh avenue. Rock Island.
AliGCSTANA COLLEGE Business depart
ment. A thorough business training given
for entry Into commercial lite. 'Terms
reasonable Apply at Augustana college.
VILLA BE CHANTAL A home school for
f iris conducted bv the Sisters of the Visl
ation. Rudimentary atul higher branches
and all jhjIUc accomplishments taught.
Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue.
Rock Island. 1
RAILWAYS AN It S r EAM KKS.
RailwayTickets rry be purchased at
tbe City Ticket olllce, 113 Seooml avenue, or
C . K. I. & P. depot. Fifth avenue, foot ot
Th'rly-flrst street. "Phone west 1003, west
1423. FRANK H. PLUMVlR, C P. A.
Ddnver LimUod Jt Oiaatia. .
l-'i. Worth, Denver A K. C.
Davenport ft Chicago
-Oitiiba Ct Minneapolis....
Oioraoo Sl iixtha
I) s Moines A Omaha
D.mrer, Linooia A Omaha
Dat Moin Erpret-
St. Jf aui A 5lnneaiv ''S...
D.-invor, Fi. Worth C.
lifar.saeClty St Jot & Calif.
-Rock ItflaDd & Washington
Chicago &. Dcs Moines
R4ck Island & Brooklyn Ac
Om.tba & Des Moines..
;C;dr Kplds, Tipton
t 3:4ft am
t 5:20 am
t 7:15 am
t 7.tu am
t t:in pit
t :fo pm
, S:i0 am
t 1:55 pre
t fl:05 pm
H i am
t ?:00 am
) no u.m
t 9.1s pm
T r:iu mm
1 ?.'oo ptd
i J in an.
1 9:50 am
t 4:30 pm
KOCK MIJLSD A.ID PHOBIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
line trains start from main depot on Fifth
iveru'd 5 minuses In advance of time given.
on, Springfield, hi. l.,
Peoria, Indian spoils, Cin
Carie A Sonrrard Acoom.
Cable and Sherrard
1 lbavs. 1 Aa.iivs.
ft: m pm
1:45 pm'll1:1S am
1H 45 pm
Departure IDally, except Bun-
CHICAGO, BUKLIN'GTO.f A CJITINCY
Be p t Second avenue and Twentieth
street. Telephone 10-0. M.J VOUNG, Agt
S. Lou'.s, S, nUe;t,
Galesburg, Peoria atd
Sterling. Mendota and
9l. Lvu'x, Kosas City,
UAnrr.- and FaeiUo
St.erHL-g and points In-
Dabuqua, Clinton, Ia
Croupo, St. Paul, Minn.;
acd N. W
Clinton and Intermediate
ri no am
trl 55 poo
a. Stop at Rock Island 25 minutes for meals,
ja:iy. tuiuj except aunaay.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
Railway D, R. I. & N. W. passenger sta.
ti )n at foot of Seventeenth street. S. B.
SfOODARD. Agt. P. I HINRICHS. Com 1.
Agt., 30.' Brady street, Davenport.
TK.4 f NS
Cimoii, JjuijuIiuh, hi ritul,
Milwaukee atd Chicago.. .
Elk-in aad Chicago (S. W.
Muscatine, Washington, Kan
sas City, (-4. W. Limited).
Muscatine, Washington, Kan
Fulton, Savanna, Elgin, Chi
cago Omaha Sioux City. Chicago
Muscarine, Washington, Ot
Fulton, Savanna. Dubuque.
Clinton, Cedar Rapids, Oxa
; 11-50 am
Daily. Da'.lv exoe.ot Sunday
ACME PACKET CO. Dally line for Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OP WINONA
Arrive 10:30 a.m. Dtvenport: leave 3:0.1 p m.
Arrive 10 45 a.m. Kork Island, leave 3:15 p m
For rates and further Information appiy
to F. W BLACK. A;;ent,
Kock, Inland. 111.
. THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTld- '
For Muscatine. Bu -llngton. Keokuk, Vnln
cr. St Locls and points vstweru. steamer
Dubu jue every Tuurinay at 3 p- m.
For St. Lou's and points' ' etween. Steam
er St-Paul Monday, May a 13 a.m.
GEORGE LAM05T. Agent
OSre 115 Seventeenth street. Telephone,
old, 1105; new, eio.