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THE AB&US, SATURDAY, JTJKE 25; 1904.
Under all curable ccnditior
Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs. W. W. Lay-
Navada. O.. was
ler of Htlllard.
cured by Kodol
Pa., was cured
tha uaa ot
MEiJ ARE PCVVERLE3U
lo iiht nM niai awi. Fair They
Strike u4 the I ndi rl In ; Caiivr.
To treat Dandruff, nnd Fnl1ir.gr H.ilr.
with Irritants or oils n which a para
sitie germ will pr: per. Is like n -unpin;;
water l' a I the (rc:n to prevent the i. i
You carnt t a ccornptlsh n Nttlsfactorj
cure without having a right understand
ing of thr fundamental csvrca Of tlM
i'ou m : I kill the Dandruff. O rm.
Kewbxo'i! i !. r " ide does this !: arte It
la apt 1 1 1 ITji made to do that vary thing1.
When the i" rm I.-s I OIIIOS Oil the hair
has n choice but to resume he :lthv
KlOWth and beauty.
"Dealt ay the cause, yon remove th
Sold by leading ttruggtata. Bond tta In
rinmpi for sample to The Ilerploido Co
For sale T. II. Thomas, druggist
Prof. J. Shannon
How wise wo in'' whoa the ohanoe is
A- backward our eyes we cast.
Wo Bee Just tin- thins that wo should
When the time for its doing is past,
one toll In I'm.. Khaanmi itl n-
liter '!:( Me h the
cr Mi i.
Tin- beat clthtens have come those
M ini hav ii' ver visited a clairvoyant
before. Why? Because I Intelligently
unravel then troubles . I see all. I toil
all. and aever nek a solitary Question ;
inn you nvisl come to ate fair-minded
ami honest, or I cannot help yon; tin'
very aature of say profession admits of
no challenge content. Ba pnsatve, and
l will tell you your inmost soul, what
Is mir trouble, your business, what
yon am and tin- prospects of an In-
raaas in business, who your employer
Is iinil how yon mte wltn him. who of
oir employes are honest or dishonest
With you. I will ti ll you Of llhisr who
love you. who are true, and those who
an- falsi-. 1 locate missing persons, pa
pars, and furnish evidence. I ti ll you
of your rivals. enemies anil friends, I
do iinil .nit what causes your bad luck,
niui remove spells, hindrances, stum
bling blocks, ami hurts. I stop all evil
habits, vice and your enemies' h signs,
locating and healing all diseases.
About marriage, I will till you the
oni' who is sin. and tbe ono who is
simply rooting you. I can and l" ef
fect reconciliations, reunite th sep
arated and cause hnppv marriage
Tan w!ii are now in sorrow, ran! you
look bach and see how all or it mig't
have baaw avoided by proper informn
Uon as tn who was secretly doing you
harm? Perhaps it i-- not too bite Come
am! soe m- and I will help you to frus
trate your enemies, rivals, or tin ef
forts to rnin npur business.
If you an- going to consult a clair
voyant, why not see the beat? I am a
specialist In mental impr. ssions . Kv
eryone r.sp.-ets mi' because of my sin
cerlty. I can give reliable information
concerning miaea. and toll you what
you may expect about It: locate coal,
mineral, or ur.is lands miles away.
If von ar- this Interested party, come
and tell mo candidly and let mo fall in
sympathy with your mind
' I wonder If yon consider my term
fair, square and honest? If so. consult
mo at uncr.
25 Cents LOW FEE 25 Cents,
for the Meat Two !..
Hours Dally 10 a. m. to 7 p. m.
PROF. J. SHANNON.
lSOfi Fourth Avenue. Rock island.
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
I ,,ri. I i.-.hi Thononnd Dollar Paid
I 'or n rmry l .tt of Tolinn o.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the west by a I
cigar manufacturer was niadc las; j
Wednesday by Frank P. Lewis. Peoria.
III . for his celebrated Single Binder
cigar. A written guarantiee was given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
selected tonnrco. This no doubt
makes the I'wis factory the largest
holder in the United States of tobacco
of so high a grading. Peoria Tran
script, Dec. 21, 1902.
of tke KitraordisarT
This Silent Insect.
The extraordinary gifts of the but
terfly race have always excited tbe
wonder not only of naturalists, but of
the most ignorant observers their si
lent and unseen changes, tbe instinct
by which they distinguish their favor
ite plant food- as, for instance, even
among the scarcely differing species of
the complex race of asters, where they
bow themselves, as Professor Asa
Gray said, "better botanists than many
of us;" their skill in depositing their
eggs unerringly on or near the precise
plant on which the forthcoming cater
pillars are fitted to feed, although they
as butterflies have never banted 1L To
these should 'oc added their luxurious
spread of wings, giving opportunities
for those likenesses and variations of
color which protect them during the
few days of their winged state; the
brief time when, if ever, their eggs
must be laid and the continuance of
the race made sure. The whole realm
of animal "inimicry." as it la now term
ed, reaches its highest oint In them
and leads to some extreme . as In
the fact thut, while butterflies are or
dinarily monogamous, there is yet one
species In Africa which has departed
so widely from thus rule that the male
has not one mate only, but actually
three different wives, each so utterly
unlike him in appearance as to have
long been taken for wholly different
species. T. W. Iligginson in Atlantic.
A LOST ISLAND.
Old West Indian I.earend That Dates
Hack to ( olDiabun' lime.
There is an old legend In the West
Indies which, has been handed down
from the time of Columbus to the ef
fect that somewhere among the numer
ous cays of the Caribbean sea there
exists an island inhabited only by wo
men. The aboriginal Cuffed and Ararwaka
found it inconvenient to have women
ttround in times of war. Usually when
the enemy conquered a number of the
trlle's fairest maidens were carried
off. So goes the story.
The deplorable possibility of losing
all the women of the tribe was averted,
however, by the prompt action of the
chiefs, who ordered all of the remain
ing female element to this unknown
island in tbe Caribbean. According to
the legend, the place is copioutdy
Watered by ideal streams, overshud
OWod by breadfruit, mango, plantain
and all the necessaries to life and
poetry. 1 he husbands and lovers were
allow h1 to visit the island paradise not
more than twice a year in times of
Bat it is further handed down that
all the men of the tribe were even
tually wiied out in an Indian war and
that all trace of the isle of women was
lost. According to Washington Irving,
even t olumbus made vain owns to
It is to be noted that if more than
a year old wrens come directiy to their
nstlng site of the preceding summer.
If it Is still intact, nil's well. There is
no loitering in the neighborhood, nor
has It ever happened, so far as my ob
servation extends, that a single bird
appears and a mate subsequently
comes upon the scene. The pair arrive
together. This is unquestionably true
of my doorstep wrens of the past seven
summers and suggests that the marital
tie is not voluntarily broken, whatever
the birds' earners from August to April.
The male may lose his mate, but he
soon finds another, and the widowed
bird may lose her lord, but she prompt
ly mates again, and so one or the other
keeps the old summer home in mind,
ami it is never forsaken. It becomes
a fixed feature of their lives. Dr.
Charles C. Abbott iu Lippineott's.
Governor ;ile. nnd Patrick Henry.
Chief Justice Marshall used to nar
rate with great glee a correspondence
on a point of honor between Governor
Giles of Virginia and Patrick Henry:
Sir I understand you have called mo a
bobtalled politician. I wteh to know if it
be true and. if true, your meaning.
W R OILE3.
To which Patrick Henry replied:
Sir I do not recollect having called you
a bobtalled politician at any time, but
think It probable I have. I can't say what
I did mean, but If you will toll me what
you think I mean I will tell you whether
you are correct or not.
"Pygmalion, dear." asked Galatea
one day, "where did you find a piece
of ivory thick enough to carve into n
statue of my slzeV"
l'ygmalion smote his forehead with
"Woman." be exclaimed, with a ter
rible voice, "another question like that
will upset the entire fabric of legend
Nothing but fear kept Galatea from
rolling the neighbors and exploding the
whole story. Chicago Tribune.
A Scottish minister was osbed to
pray for rain. He did so, and the rain
came down In floods and destroyed the
crops. Irritated at the result, one elder
confided to another that "this comes o
IntrLstln' sic a request to a meenister
wha isna acqnent wi' agriculture."
Sot nt Home.
A little girl on being tokl by her
mother that when n child died nn angel
came and took her up to heaven
thought deeply for a moment, then
aid, "Ma, it an angel comes asking for
BM saj I am not in!" New Yorker.
A Futile Plen.
"Prisoner, the Jury has declared yon' j
"Oh, that's all right, judge. You're j
too intelligent a man. I think, to b
Influenced by what tbey say." .
H .M. M'-CASKKIN At turnev-al-La w
Rock laland and Milan. Him k Island
Offi'--- in Bensrston blo.'k. Milan office
on Main street.
OONNEUT A.- rONNKLhY-Attorneys-at-Law.
N. A. Larnun. Swedish Ad
vokat. Otbce. over Crampton's book
store. 1713 Second avenue. Pensions.
Loans. Patents, etc.
JACKSON. HI RST & STAFFORD At-torneys-at-I.a-.
Office in Rock isl
and National bank building:.
U'DOI.PH & REYNOLDS Attorneys-at-Liw.
Money to loan. General 1--pal
business. Notary public. 1705
Second avenue, Ituford block.
SWKFNKT & WALKER Attorneys
anl counselors at law. Abstracts of
title. Office in Bengston block.
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on pood real estate se
curity. MUchell & Lynde block. Rock
M- ENIKY & M. HNIKY Atorney at
law. Loan money on pood security;
make collections. References. Mitch
ell A. Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
JAMES F. Ml Hl'liV Alti.rnev at law.
General lessj practice. tfnee room
IS, Mitchell A Lynda building. Union
Electric 'phone 1(01.
PATENT and trademark office, room
It. Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock
Island. James K. Murphy, associate,
branch of Moore A Co., patent attor
ney. Washington, D. C, and Chica
PHI Ml I ..
DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeo
pathic physician. Special attention
to diseases of women and clilldr-n:
also diseases of eye, nose and throat.
Office hours. t:30 to 2 a. m.. 1 to 4 p.
m. 32 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
fATLOR Dentist. Office hours
s to 12 m.. 1:30 to p. m. 219'2
Eighteenth street, opposite Union of
Ace. Telephone new 53S3.
LEONARD DRACK Ajkchltect and SU-
perinieniieiit. siKimier Dioctc, si conn
tli.or. office hours, lo to 12 a. m.; 4
to r.:30 p. m.
IN si It ANCB.
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS
Insurance. UOldantlth & MrluT, Peo
ples National bank building. Tele
phone West 13SS.
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold gomis a specialty. Oldest ami
best companies, lowest rates. C R.
Chamberlln, Mitchell & Lynda block.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
Insurance. Old lire companies repre
sented. Your patronage solicited.
'I'ln. lie unimi t3. Office over Thomas'
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire.
life, accident, health and plate glass.
Heal estate and loans. Room 2. Bn
ford block. Residence 'plmnu union
361, office union 113.
TORNADO INSURANCE -Rates for city
property, 20 cents per $1imi one year,
40 cents per $luu three years, tin cents
per $P"i Ave years. Call or address
'. R. Chamberlln, agent. Mitchell A:
HAYES PLEA VELAND -The pioneer
agency, old time and tire tested com
panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass,
tornado, accident, life, or almost any
form of risk. Q round floor otlice 210
to 218 Eighteenth street.
wi: will bond YOU- -Executors',
administrators', guardians', trustees",
or any kind of judicial bonds; lodge
and society officers; city, state or i.
S. government officials; contractors,
positions of trust; in fact, any kind
of bond you want (eacept ball bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave
land. resident managers Fidelity iV:
Deposit company, of Maryland.
HOTELS AMI RESORTS.
GRAND HOTEL -Famous OolfaX min
eral springs. Offers best accommo
dations at reasonable prices. Ad
dress William Frey. Colfax. Iowa.
VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located
S.7S7 feet above the sea. All year
round resort. A perfect place for
rest. For particulars, address Dr.
Daniel S. Perkins, medical dire-tor,
Las Vegas .n. m.
THE LAKE VIEW Hotel and Cottages.
Devil's Lake. Wis. Boating, bathing
and ashing. Take your vacation this
Bummer in tbe Switzerland of Ameri
ca. Send for circular. George AIc
IF yoU W A NT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, ensraare help or secure
a situation, the Mail is the one pa
per in Molina that can do it for you.
Mail wants an- popular and Mail
wants bring results. tine-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash
in advance; 2-cenl Stamps will do.
Evening and Saturday Mail. Moline,
Have You Seen
Uncle Sammy is th.e
latest two-stop hit
from the pen ot Ale
Holzman, ithe com
poser of "Smoky
Mokes" and "Bunch
of Black berries."
It Keeps the Hands
A Master Melodious
March o f Marked
Merit and sells for
Only 15 Cents.
Call at our ware rooms
and hear it played.
Fours for popular music
3609-1609 Second avenue.
"IV'a Will Bond Vou "
THE UNITED STATES FIDEL
ITY AND GUARANTY
Home Office Baltimore. Md.
Totnl rank rmonrrM. over SX-
We Issue all klnda of bonds.
Judicial. Fidelity. onlmot. We
also write Hnrglnry Isoumsee.
N. A. LARSON, General AgenL
171!'.- Second Ave- Rook Inland.
Connelly A Censelly. Attorneys.
FOR REST ROOMS.
FOR RENT Front olBoe.
171 AS Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 1 lib Sfcona avenue
FOR RENT Furnished room: modern
ga. bath, etc. 122i Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT A furnished room with all
modern conveniences at 1311 Second
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; also sleeping rooms
at li03 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room: private
family; modem: residence locality
Inquire 92a .Nineteenth street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms sifitable for light housekeep
ing, at S27 Twentieth street. Refer
ences desired .
FR RENT Modern s-room house in
good neighborhood. Inquire of Fred
V. Sauerman. New 'phone ."301. old
'phone green 4fl.
FOR RENT Room suitable for barb,
shop on corner of Rock Island hous.
also small ground floor Dance room
on Seventeenth street, rear of Rock
FOR RENT Rooms for the St. Louis
world's fair at 111'" Ailanthus street
within easv walking distance from
the grounds and one-half block from
the street cars. terms uunuif jum
75 cents to -l.f.O per day. Baths free
Breakfast and lunches extra. Mrs
Ada Durham Maette.
FOR HI'.XT HOUSES.
FOR RENT House at 318 Fifteenth
street. Inquire at '.'36 Seventeenth
street. J. O. Freed
POR RENT A ir.-room house suitable
for keeping roomers and boarders, at
P.')'". Fourth strict. Inquire at 314
FOR RENT A two-story frame build
in (store and dwelling), corner Six
teenth street and Fourth avenue. In
quire of Charles G. Wulff. Sears. 111.
KOK S I.F.
FoR SALE Eight-room, house with
modern conveniences at 2733 Sixth
avenue. Inquire on premises.
Foil SAEE Best bargains in lots on
Twenty-fifth street and Tenth av
Hue if taken at once. Easy payments.
Inquire Roidy Bros.
FOR SALE- Two corner lots, east
fronts, on Fourteenth street; $469
each. Inquire of p. F. t'ox. over
Thomas' drug store.
FOR SALE A fi-acre farm with good
orchard and small house in Soutn
Heights, south of Twenty-fourth
street. Inquire at o2i Twenty-second
F" It SALE Two remaining east front
lots in the Dart Twenty-second street
addition. For terms, inquire of it. S
Dart. Jackson & Hurst's office. Ma
F'K SALE On easy terms, the best
residence lots in the city on Twenty
second and Twenty-third streets, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh avenues.
For prices, call or address John G.
Scheuermann, lo3o Twenty-third
FOR SALE On Second avenue, well
built 8-room house, city water, cis
tern and well, lame lot 10x1 SO. a bar-
amln for X 3.200. M00 cash down and
balance at U per cent on very easy
terms; $2u per mouth, including prin
cipal and interest. Apply Goldsmith
& McKce company.
FOR SALE New. well built, nicely ar
ranged s-room house, with furnace and
city water, on car lino, near Forty
third street. A snap. Sl.9."i0 $.".a
down, balance on easy tonus at ti per
cent. Investigate quickly, as this
will not remain long on our list.
Goldsmith ft MoKeo company.
FOR SALE Four-room house and
large barn; small fruit: city water;
loo-barrel cisttrn: on Eleventh-and-a-half
avenue, near Elm street. Can
be bought for less than present cost
of buildincs .and only 1500 cash, bal
a nee $1,000 either fi per cent or In
Building & Loan. Roidy Rros.
FOR SALE A very snug home on Elm
street, convenient to arsenal. Rock
Island road or street car barn; six
rooms, city water, cistern ami well,
barn, chicken house, shed .fruit and
shade trees, lot 50x126 feet, paved
street. A pretty home for Jl.C'.o.
Apply to Goldsmith ft IfcKee com
pany. FOB SALE FARM PROPERTY.
FOR BALE A good farm cheap to
close an estate. Situated on I'.ig Isl
and, live miles from court house, one
and one-half miles from Milan. Fine
building site, overlooking Silver lake
tind licnm-pin canal. Hoes not over
flow. Write or call on Fred Titter
Ington, administrator. SL". Twentieth
street. Hock Island, 111.
ri'it SALF. Or exchange. We have a
beautiful SSft-acre grain farm in Cav
alier county. North Dakota .finely im
proved, all under cultivation. Will
sell same or take Rock Island im
prove d property In exchange. Oold
smitli & MoKeo company.
FOR SA I . I : M I S ' K I . I . A m :o I s.
FOR SALE Cheap, a Frazier cart;
good as new; at 727. Nineteenth street.
FOR SALF. A Riverside $24 cook
Stove, four holes, practically new,
cheap. 2'J30 Thirteenth avenue.
FOR SALF Team of young horses, I
and 7 years old: also ;;o young pigs.
Inquire of William Maak. South Hock
I.O.ST AMI POCHO.
I.OST lletween Eleventh and Seven
teenth streets. gentleman's gold
glasses. Finder return to Argus of
fice and receive n reward.
EXPRESS, TOit;H. BUS and CAB.
West Seventeenth street. Old 'phone
l"i37. now pbonS f.lfiK. New, storage
building. Express, baggage, 'bus and
cab calls answered day or night.
HEATING A S II PLUMBING.
CHANNON, PERRY & CO. Heating
and plumbing along scientific lines,
carol ul and skilled workmen. Prompt
atuntion. 114 West Seventeenth
street. 'Phone 1148.
:. J. BERN'S City and country real
estate. If you have property for sale,
list It with me. If you want to buy
I will do my best to get you what
you want. Room 11. Mitchell A
i. vr.de block. Telephone 119L
EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY
Wholesale and retail dealers In bi
tuminous and anthracite coal.
Prompt delivery service. Office, 171S
First avenue. Telephone west 1290.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp
piannoek nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store. 1607
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
ART DEf ORATION.
PARI DON & SON Artistic Interior
decoration. Finest line of late pa
per carried and skilled workmen em
ployed Moderate prices. 41? Sev
enteenth strecL i I aaB
R ANTED RALE HELP.
i ta uooa opening for young
men i rom is lo 21 years ot age at the
"rper nouse. -ermanent employ
Y AN TED Salesmen and demonstra
tors, city ami country. Apply at 1216
rourtn avenue. Rock Island.
WANTED Younjr man: money may be
earned; artistic employment at home
giiuing nonets. write ror particu
lars, enclosing stamped addressul en
velope. 1. J. Noel, I2J West One Hun
dred and Twenty-tifth street. New
WANTED Hright yo.ing man to trav
el, advertising and collecting, jsn
monthly to start and all expenses
fNeii -amiresseo envelope tor reply
Address Road Supt., 211 Pontiac
WANTED Manufacturer wants good
rename man to travel in Illinois, es
tablishing trade: salary: experience
unnecessary. State former oeenpa
lion. References. Address Ed Win
ner. Star building. Chicago.
WASTED- Men to learn barber trade
.New and practical method. Few
weeks completes; free elinio. careful
instructions, special inducements to
distant applicants. Tools given.
wanes Saturdays; positions waiting
Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber
college .Chicago. 111.
WASTED FEMALE Hill'.
W ANTE D Pantry
girls at the Harper
WANTED A competent cook nt Mrs
Frank Mixter's. .34 Twentieth street
WANTED At once, a girl for general
housework, at 1SUI. Second avenue
flood girl for general
Apply at 102S Third av
WANTED Second cook and girl at
Wright's restaurant, 1923 Second av
WANTED A girl for general house
work at K3v) First avenue. Col. C
WANTED A cook at the C. R. I. & I
lunch room. Thirty-first street and
WANTED Good girl for general
housework ; no washing; $1 per week.
1 tin I hiiil avenue.
WANTED Apprentice girls who know
something about sowing. Apply at
dressmaking parlor, ol" Eighteenth
WA.N1E1) Two tirst class lady can
vassers on straight salary and com
mission. References required. Ap
ply to M. Kopian, Hock Island lioust
after T. p. m.
WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue ex
plains how we teach hairdressing
manicuring nnd facial massagi
quickly .mailed free. Mler Harbor
college. Chicago. 111.
WANTED One or two good singers
for illustrated songs. Would like to
have parties that could dance (whiti
or colored I. Oirls preferred. Ad
dress Entertainment company, ISOi
WANTED Lady: money may ho earn
ed, artistic employment at homo gutt
ing tickets. Write for particulars,
enclosing stamped addressed envel
ope. L j. Noel. i2 tine Hundred and
Twenty-lifth street. Now York.
LADIES, hoys and girls can make $7 ko
$10 per week selling , to their friends
tbe newly patented household neces
sity needed everywhere. Keyless
Lock Manufacturing company. 634
West Seventy-ninth street, ChecagO.
WANTED Situation as stenographer.
gentleman; high school education;
thoroughly experienced. Rest of ref
erences as to character jrtul ability.
Address L. W. J., :.3S Twentieth street
WANTED A position as manager or
clerk in grocery in trt-eltles. i oung
married man. Twelve years' experi
ence in city and country. Best of
references. Address "W 30," care of
WANTED Four furnished rooma for
light housekeeping. Address T. A.
Bryan, general delivery, city.
WANTED An ti nf u rn islied room in
Hock Island or Moline. No objec
tions to an attic room. Address M.
E. H.. Argus office.
WANTED To rent a house well loca
ted and in pleasant neignborhood by
a gentleman and wife. Address "J.
?.." poPtOflfee box 319, city.
WANTED Hoarders by the day or
week. First class hoard at r ason
able prices. Telephone and all mod
ern conveniences. 1229 Second ave
nue. WANTED Throe or four gentlemen
can find hrst class board with nicely
furnished rooms in a private German
boarding house. S37 Seventeenth
street. Old 'phone SSI brown.
WANTED- House to rent. I want an
eight to Hi room house, with modern
conveniences, $2." to :u. What have
yon?. Address J. T. Mineliart. Har
per house, city.
WANTED "00 old feather beds. Ipay
the highest oash price for old feath
ers. Send me a postal at once so I
can nttend to It in time .as 1 am go
ing to stay in your city one week
only. Address J. W. Breskow, gen
WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday
Rest rooms nt lMSfe Third avenue,
near Y. M. C. A. buHiling. Good
home cooked dinner from 11:30 to 2.
Supper Saturday only from " to 8 p.
m. We exist for accommodation, not
profit. Rooms open all day to ladies
CONTRACTORS A S II BUILDERS.
BEROSTP.OM & JOHNSON Contract
ors and builders. Shop 141 S Thirty
Second street. "Phone fi370.
H. A. LOUSE. Contractor and Builder.
Jobbing Of all kinds a specialty. Es
timates cheerfully given. Old 'phone
6a K. Tesidence 1317 Twenty-lifth
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and
builders. Also manufacturers of
sash, doors, blinds and mouldings.
Dealers in plate window and art
glass. Offices and factory, 311 to 329
MADAM HOWARD Full readings 25
and 50 cents. Room 12, McKlnnle
block, corner Fifteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Entrance on Fif
teenth street. Moline.
MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and
clairvoyant. Tells you the past.
Xresent and future correctly. Tells
you everything pertaining to busi
ness, marriage, divorce, love affairs,
sickness, death, accidents and every
thing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy, office hours
from 1 to 10 p. m. "05 Fourth ave
nue. Take the Blue line. west.
GRAIS ASD PROVISION .
11. J. TOMER & CO. Brokers. Daven
port. Stocks, grain, provisions, oot
t n. Private wire to New York and
Chicago. Offices ,109 Main street.
GEORGE H. SI DWELL & CO. Com- f.- approved at that time and the ir
satssion minchants. Grain, hay and d-rsigned will a-k fr.r an order of il; ;-
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board of trade and Chicago stock ex
change. Established 25 years. No.
512 and 543 Klaito ounaing. iong
distance 'phone Harrison 2666.
W. A. ROBB & CO. All kinds of elec
tries! construction. Estimates fur
nished and service prompt and relia
ble. Fine line ot gas ami comiuna
tion fixtures. 119 Eighteenth street
Notice ot Final Settlement
Estate of Joseph Sohieberl. deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned executors of the last will
and testament of Joseph Schieberl has
this aay tiled his una! report ana set
tlement us such in the county court of
Rock Island county, and hearing on
said report has been sot for July liith.
1904. at 9 o'clock a. m.. at which time
persons interested may appear and
make objections thereto, and if no ob
jections are tiled, said report will be
apprpovod at tha: time, and the under
signed will ask for an order of dis
tribution, and will ulso ark to be dis
charged. HOCK island. III.. June l .'. 19M.
Kxeeutor'a Sot Ice.
Estate of John Hatchings, deceased.
The undersigned having boon ap
pointed executor of the lust will nnd
testament of John Hatchings, late of
e county of Rdck Island, state of Il
linois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the county
court of Rock Island county at the
county court room. In the City of Rock
Island, at the August term on the tirst
M .! i tit Aumit next, at which time
all person having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to
attend for the purpose of having the
All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this Hith day of June, A. D.
JAMES HI TCllINi is. Executor.
Notice of lMibllcutlon.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty ss :
in the circuit court, bopiemocr term,
1904 In Chancery.
The Rock Island Mutual Building, Loan
St Savings association vs. Frank T.
Oemeinhardt. 1'hllip Warren Gemeln
hardt, Frieda Laura Gemelnhardt.
Clarence Raymond Oemeinhardt.
Frankie T. Uemeinhardt.
Affidavit of non-residence of Frank
T. Gemelnhardt. l'hilip Warren tJe-
meliihardt, Frieda Laura Oemeinhardt.
larenoe Raymond Oemeinhardt and
Frankie T. Gemelnhardt. impleaded
with the above defendants, having
boon filed in the clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non
resident defendants that the complain
ant filed its bill of complaint In said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on
the 14th day or Juno. 1904. and that
thereupon a summons issued out of
said court, wherein said suit Is now
pending, returnable on the circuit court
in tile month of September next, as is
by law required.
Now. unless you. the said non-resi-
dent defendants above named, Frank T.
Oemeinhardt. l'hilip Warren Oemein
hardt. Frieda Laura Oemeinhardt, Clar
ence Raymond Gemelnhardt and Fran
kie T. Oemeinhardt. shall personally bl
and appear before said circuit court on
the first day of the next term therein, to
be hidden at Rock Island, in and for said
county, on the third Monday In Sop
tember next, and plead, answer or de
mur to said complainant s bill of com
plaint, the same and the matters and
things therein charged and stated will
bo taken as confessed ami a decree en
tered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
GGOHGK W. OAMH1.E.
Rook Island. 111.. Juno If.. 1904.
E. 11. Guyer, Complainant's Solicitor.
Adllllnlst rntor'M Not lee.
Estate of John McMahon. deceased.
1 ho undersigned, having been ap
pointed executrix of the estate of John
McMahon. late of tin- county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, her
by gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Hock Island
ounty. at the county court room, in
the city of Rock Island .at the Septem
ber term .on the first Monday in Sep
tember next, at whleh time all persons
Having claims against said estate ar
notified and requested to attend for th
purpose of having the same adjusted.
Ml persons tndeiiti d to s;iul estate an
eqiiested to make immediate payment
lo cne undersigned.
Dated this 6th day Of Juno, A. D. 1904.
Si IPHJA M MAHi N. Administratrix.
A. RUBER. Attorney.
Snle of Heal Estate.
By virtue of an order ami decree of
the county court of Rock Island coun
ty. Illinois, made on the petition of the
iiiulersigni d. Louise Ludwig. executrix
if the estate of Frank Ludwig. deceas-
d. fol have to s. ll tin- real estate of
said deceased at the June term. A. D.
19ii4. of said court, lo-wit: On the 13th
lay of June. 1904. I shall on the 16th
day of July. A. D. 1904. next, at the
hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day. sell at public sale at the oust
door of the court house in the city of
Rock Island, in said county, the "real
tato described as follows, towit:
Lot No. five :, ) in block No. five ').
in V. M. Blanding's first addition to Un
ity of Hock Island and state of Illi
nois, including the estate of dower of
tbe undersigned, widow of said de-
ased therein, on the following terms.
-Witt Cash In hand.
Dated this L.th day of Juno. A. D.
Executrix of the Estate of Frank Lud
ickson. Hurst & Stafford. Attorneys
Sweeney & Walker. Attorneys for
'ompla I na nt.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
Tn the Circuit Court of Said County
Black Hawk Homestead. Building, Loan
Sr Savings association vs. Eliza W.
McLean. No. 5359. Foreclosure.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of said court, entered In the
above entitled pause n the 24th day of
May. A. D. 1901. I shall, on Saturday,
the 9th day of July. A. I . 1904. at the
hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at
the east door of the court house in tin
city of Rock Island, in said Rook Island
countv. to satisfy said decree, sell at
public vendue, to the highest and best
bidder for casta in hand, that certain
parcel of land situate in the county of
Hock Island and state of Illinois, known
arfd described as follows, to-wlt:
Lot No. three (3 1 In that part of the
City of Rock Island known as and call
ed Guyer 8c Lee's addition.
Dated at Rock Island, III., this lotk
das of June, A. D IS04.
FRANK H. KELLY.
Mast r in Chancery in and for Rock
Island County. III.
Sotiee of Finn! Settlement.
Estate of Anton J. Walters, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
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this day filed his final report, and set
tlement as suen in nie cuiuiiy coui t vi
Hock Island county and hearing on said
report has been set for July 12. 19H,
at 9 o'clock a. m.. at which time per
sons Interested may appear a no make
objections thereto, and if no objections
lire filed, said report will re approvo!
t that time, and the undersigned will
ask for an order or aistrroution ami
wi!" also ask to be aiscnargen.
ROCk Island III . Juno 13, 1904.
GEORGE KARL HELFRICH,
JAMES F. MURPHY, Attorney.
Sotiee of Final -ettlemeit.
Estate of Margaret Burns, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that
the undersigned. James Burps, has this
day filed his final report and settlement
as such In the county court of Rock
Island county, and hearing on said re
port has been i"-t for the 30th dav of
June. 1904. at 9 o'clock a. m.. at which
time persons Interested may appear
and make objections thereto, and if
no objections are filed, said report will
Rock Island, 111.. June C, 1904.
JAMES KI RN'S. Administrator.
GORO W. M CASK BIN, Attorney.
MOSEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Swee
ney, attorney, rooms 33-3.".. Mitchell
i Lynde building. Rock Island.
WE make a specialty of loaning money
on household goods, horses, wagons,
etc.. without removal and in a quiet
way. Call on us for quick loans.
Fidelity Loan company, room 3S.
Mitchell & Lynde block.
AUGUST ANA COLLEGE Business de
partment. A thorough husine&s
training given for entry Into com
mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at Augustana college.
VILLA DE CHANT AL A home school
conducted for girls by the Sisters of
the Visitation. Rudimentary and
higher branches and all polite ac
compllsnmenta taught. Twentieth
street and Fifteenth avenue. Rock
AUDs .. cents per loo. round corners
il per loo invitations, note, letter
heads and envelopes printed at rea
sonable prices. Embossing and color
work on tine stationery. New phone
S61&. Blotter Bros., loll Seventh ave
nue. Ho. k Island.
LAV SDIt IE.
KOCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY
Bauersfeld Sexton, proprietors
Fine finish and quick service 1814
Third avenue. 'Phone- west 1293.
njkILW i ASH STEAMERS.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND a Pii'l cic
Railway - Tickets -mnv be mnvi..j
at the city ticket nffloe i-nj j. i
tvenue. r c r, i. a. p. depot. Fifth av
tiue. foot of Thirty-first su t 'Mmu,
West 1119.". West It".': I'HIVL' 11
I'Ll WI.MEH. C. P. A.
I East. Veat.
Denver Limited &-
Omaha Id t-4s m
a 2:55 am
a 9:10 pm
d 7:00 pm
a 3:00 am
-i t. orin, i louver
ft Kansas City. . . d
1 : 20 a m
Davenport i Chi
: to am
Omaha & Minnc-
i Pol is ....
t i :t.. am
Colorado ,y- Omaha.
1 1:10 pin
din : lo pm
d 9:50 am
Dos Moines & Oma
Denver, Lincoln al-
Imaha ... .
7 no am
i M-s .tonnes r.xprcss:' l pm
. v I . ' -
ri. i a in aa inne-
a 3:40 am
a 5:15 am
d 9:15 pm
d 10:30 pm
Denver. Ft. Worth
v. Kansas City
Kansas City. St.
Joe ft California
1 7:10 am
I 3:25 pm
1 2:00 pm
hicago & D,.s
1 1:5 ". pm
Rock Island A.
i 4 :55 pm
7 :10 am
Omaha i Des
i .1:4.1 pm
I 1:05 pm
Cedar Rapids 8c
Hock Isliind A I'eorl.i DIvMiiu.
Trains leave Twentieth Street sta
tion. Main line trains sturt from main
depot on Filth avenue 5 minutes in ml
vance of time given.
5 :5f. pm
St. L. In. I pis
7 :2u pm
Peoria. Inupls, Cln.
Sherra rd At com. . . .
Cable ft Bherrard
Cable & Sherrard. . .
1 :45 pml 1:18 am
9:30 am N:45um
::4.r. am R:4S pm
3 :3o pm 2 :20 pm
a arrival, d departure. daily, ex -
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON A QUINCT
Depot. Second avenue and Twentieth
street. Telephone, old 1 1 so. new C170.
M. J. YOUNG. Agent.
Rt. Louis, Spriiig
Peoria. Qulney . .
St. Louis. Kansas
city. Denver and
I 'acilic coast
Sterling and points
intermediate . . . .
La Crosse, St.
Paul. Minn, and
Clinton, Dubuque ..
Clinton and Inter
mediate points . .
s stop nt Rock
for meals. dally
I Leave. Arrive.
fi :50 am
7 :20 pm
7 I" pm
r, :.10 am
fi :6S pm
1 : 5 5 pm
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ft ST. PAUL
Railway D.. R. I. N. W. passen
ger station at foot of Seventeenth
street. s. If. STODDARD, Agent. 1 L.
Hinrichs, commercial agent. 3o3 Brady
si" i I :i Vi ri poll .
Tra I ns.
I Leave. Arrive.
CllWloh. I lubimue.
St. Paul, Mil
Elgin ami Chicago.
IS. W. Limited i . .
4:15 a m
City (S. W. Lim
10:35 pm 4:15 am
1 1 50 pm
1 :3S am
1 1 50 n pi
Elgin. 'hicago . .
Omaha. Sioux City,
Chicago ami Mil
' 13 pmT
:45 pm 1 1 40 am
-daily cxo. pt Sunday.
ACME PACKET COMPANY Dally line
for ( linton and all points between.
STEAMER CITY OF WINONA.
Arrive 10:30 a. m., Duvenport; leave
S p. in.
Arrive 10:45 a. m.. Rock Island; leare
3:15 p. m.
For rates and further information,
apply to F. W. BLACK, Agent.
Rock Island. III.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET COMPANY
Burlington and intermediate points.
STEAMER HELEN BLAIR.
Leaves Monday. Wednesday and Fri
day at 4 p. m.
Leaves Sunday for Muscatine only at
4 :30 p. m.
For rates and further Information,
apply U F. W. BLACK. Agent.
Rock Island. III.
-eTtffc 10 RZllAm, F3 Aiisoirrs nrwr
WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE.
Iuls and points between.
boats will leave at 9 a. m. June 23, 27,
3a. July t, C, f, VI, 15. IX, 21, 24, 27, 30.
Aug. 2. 5. 8, 11. 14. 17. 20. 23, 2. X9.
For Ht. Paul and points between,
boats will leave at 11 a. m. June 23,
2G. 29. July 2. 5. 8, 11, 14. 17. 20, 23. 26.
29. Aug. L 4. 7. 10. 13. 16. H. 22, 25, 28.
GEORGE LAMONT, Agent.
Office. 115 Seventeenth street. Tele
phone, old 1100. new 6105.
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