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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1904.
ADMISSIONS BY SHAW
Manufactures Are Sold Cheaper
Abroad Than at Home.
DISTORTS FACTS A5D FIGURES.
Think Thla Mitral, I.- Bniinru la
Drfrniilblr Breiaar ForflSBrra Do
It An OBr(rn Srslrn Wlicr
fr It I'rciniN.
Secretary Slmw, the spokesman for
the administration, mode another one
of his exuberant jMwhfS at the Audi
toriuin iu Chicago recently. As in his
Went Wilmington (!!. i tpeech he
made some striking and Cl'CB startling
statements and quoted statistics In his
usual free and easy manner.
In his Chicago spcsJcJl he reeled off
fitiirHi Bs.ro,. fif which mjir 1 true.
hut many of which certalr.lv are false.
and made some admissions on the sub- ;
Jaet of export jrlces which, -ondng
from such a high Republican, are most
refreshing. Thus he said:
"Our opponents luy much stress upon
the fact that some American manufac
tures are sold abroad cheaper than at
home. Our friends sometimes deny
this, and they sometimes apologize for
It. and a few In times past have joined
our opponents in recommending a re
moval of the tariff from all such arti
cles. It is useless to deny and in my
Judgment unwise to aMlogize and a
little short of f'rxdislinfss to attempt to
remedy the assumed evil in the man
ner proposed by the opposition."
He then proceeded to quote from the
Industrial commission, which reported
that "S-l.OUO.nno worth of merchandise,
the product of American factories, is
nnnually sold al road cheaper than In
the domestic market." Ho then said
that as "we manufacture S1&OOO.0OO,
uoo worth per annum our exports sold ,
abroad cheaper than at home are only .
one thirteenth of 1 per cent of the out- j
put of our factories."
(Secretary Shaw Is either a novice
with figures or he is entirely willing to
fool the voter-, with big statistics'
which he knows are not true. It is
hardly possible that our secretary ot f
the treasury ,o not know that we do j
not produce $13,000,000000 worth of
manufactured goods iu a year ready I
for final consumers or anything like j
this amount Our census statistics or
manufactures contain many duplica
tions. Thus we have manufactures of
doth goods and of clothing, of iron
and steel and of foundry products, I
machinery, etc.: of lumber and of fur- I
niture. Of leather and ot boots and
Shoes. In these few industries the dn
plications amount to $2.JO.GtXM)00 or!
S3,000,0W tjuo. Were it possible to take'
out the duplications that is. the prod- j
ucts of one mill that arc sold as raw
Material to another mill- It Is probable
that the total value of linished matin- '
factored products would not be more
than half of S13XXXM)00.00Q. Whether
or not our i-ensiis figures have lcn
stuffed In order to make a great show
ing for protection can only be sur
mised. The statement that only $4,000000
worth of our manufactured goods are
sold abroad cheaper than at home is
ridiculous. It is entirely safe to say
that ten or twenty times this amount j
of iron and steel goods alone are sold
abroad at prn-es from in to per cent
below the prices at which they are
sold in this country. In fact, there are
single Items in our exjMirts of Iron end
bteel sold abroad at lower prices which
amount to more than MjOOO.000. Thus,
during the ten months ending April 80,
1904, we sold for export IM.VHAi.uoO
pounds of wire valued at 1,777,000. It
Is reasonably certain that every niund
and every dollar's worth oT this wire
was sold abroad at prices below those
prevailing in this country and that the
average difference was not less than
26 to yi par cent. Similar statements
might be made In regard to the items
of builders' hardware and sewing ma
chines. All. or practically all, are sold
to foreigners at bargain counter prices.
Nearly J.OOtMXNJ worth of steal rails
were Bold abroad during these ten
months at an average prl-e of nlauit
$n per ton. the trust keeping the pr'eo
in this country steadily at fgfS. Mil
lions of dollars worth of structural
Iron and Steel, billets, bars. etc. were
sold abroad at a price probably aver
aging $1 per ton less than the domes
tic price. Ship plates have bc n selling
abroad at to $:tu per ton and in
this country :lt fiSfi to $-H during the
last year. Secretary Shaw quotes the
report of the industrial commission.
He evidently had not read the testi
mony of Mr. t'harles M Schwab, pres
Heart of the United States Steel cor
poration, before the Industrial eom
missio:;. May 11, liK'l. Mr. Bchirab
told the commission frankly that all
kinds of iron and steel goods were l:i
variably sold for exjKjrt at prices lower
than home prices. When asked "Is it
a fact generally true of all exorters in
this country that they do sell at lower
prices in foreign niurkets than they do
in the home market" he answered.
"That is true; perfectly true."
The secretary will find this testimony
in volume 13. pases 448-4B7. It may
The secretary says that "while our
people complain of this practice I think
It defensible. But whether defensible
or not I know that foreign producers
do the same thing."
It is not denied that the practice of
selling goods for export at prices far
below domestic prices prevails in near- j
Jy all highly protected countries. It Is
a part of the protective system. But
It Is a miserable, hypocritical, out
rageous system wherever it prevails.
It compel) consumers to pay extra
tariff taxs to support an industry that
shows Its ingratitude by charging Its
bencfectots two prices for its products.
All the cnuiitrii-s n earth could not
make this system right.
Continuing, the secretary sav: "For
my part I am willing to pay any rea-
oaable price- for the small amount of
burl nil wire which I consume, provid
ed the wheat from my held, tin- dairy
products from my herd and the meat
from my stall shall feed the men who
mine the coal and iron and the artisans
v. bo produce the wire to Tence the
farms of South America."
Hut nnpCMW that upon in'juiry the
Mficlary should find that while he
was paying two prices for his barbel
wire been of protection he was sell
ing his wheat and other prodncta in
a fr-e trade market and was getting M
benefit whatever from protection, would
he then be willing to pay high protec
tion prices fr his fencing wire? If
the secretary can induce the farmers
of this country to think along tbeso
: lin"s he wil1 liave accon.plishl a great
BYBOK W. HOLT.
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
I Mystic Cure for rheumatism ami
'neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
flays. Its action ujion the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 73c and
$1. Sold by Otto Grotjan. lO'il Sec
ond avenue. Rock Island; Gustavo
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
- reef, Davenport.
Id ths sky comes
the i if
does for the stom
ach that which It
Is unable to do for
Itself, even if but
t o m s c h
or o vsrsurdsosd.
supplies the natural
Juices of digestion end
does ths work of the
stomach, relaxing ths
nervous ters'.on. whlls
the Inflamed muscles
end membinesof that
crrsn are cilowed to
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of the heart,
nervous dvstvspsis end
si! stomach troubles by
cleans; r. purifying and
strengtnsnir.g the glands, 1
menlrirei of ths stem
sch end aigestivs organs.
ffesr sssbr Cae J om't Tea.
SRiai only. St 00 Size holdlnf 2H asses
the trial lz. which sells for 50c
rresesei Sy C. CBeVITT t CO, CUOfA
1 bo Stricken Kutie Prom Grlt-L
What a fi rtunate provision of nature
It is. that deprives tho rose or mental
MfTering; for i W poignant would b I".
Krief discover, in tho height cr
btoosnlns; rlory, that a cai.ker fe.i at ltr
heart, arnl that its beauty and fragrun
w. re doomed forever. Nature etaajn
j;'.irr-3 tlie sufTering; she is a ver.t ii
store-house of pleasing rewards, jr. :
tlioec: who peek her aid. In tiie year
i- i'.e by faliieg I ilr grayn :t
i i a gloom over the IH cs of Vnnrtn '.
of young women, but t!i;-.!-s fr. the i:
vest Igs Hans of acient Istr. the true cr.u
-t hair destruction Is now known to f
germ or farn.site that burrows in
the hair fo!lielo.. NVwbro's Herpi i I
absolutely destroys this germ. t'-'.
I" mitt his ttic hair to grow as n
terc la tended. Sld by leirMnt d-'-Itistx.
Send 10c. in stamps f r s -npl
to The Herptdde Co., Detroit. Mich
Fo sale by T. II. Thomas, drug-gist.
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
lOrlj-litht Thiiuuinil Dollars Falil
l'r n l'nn v Lot of 1'olineeo.
The biggest j)tirchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the west by a
cigar manufacturer was made lat
Wednesday by Frank P. Ix-wis. Peoria,
111., for his celebrated Sinfi'.e Hinder
cigar, a written guarantee was given
tha- th" entire amount was to be fancy
selected tobacco. This no doubt
makes tho Ix'wis factory the largest
holder in tho United States of tobacco
of so high a grading. Peoria Tran
script. Dec, 21. IMS.
.ltl M PROVISIONS.
ii J. TOHKH a: CO. Brokers. J3m.xn
port. St." ks. grain, pro visions. ct
ton. iTlvate win t.. New York and
t'lnoaiio. OBltSS ,1v3 Main street.
QKOROB II. SID WELL A- CO. Cora
iiss ion merchants. CJrain. hay w.d
pr faetOBS Members of the Chicago
board oi ttade and Chicago stock ex
ehange. C.t.illished 2" years. No.
and ":: RisltO building. Long
distance 'plio? i. .rrion 2666.
III! I INt. M Ptl If BIX a.
CHANNON. PERRT ,v C Heating
and plumbing slonst SCtentMe lines.
Careful and skllled workmen. Prompt
attention. 114 West Seventeenth
street. I'hone ill.
Ml-i III M HI
IK Tf W ANT to buy. nil, trade or
rent envtainSC. -nuai;- h lp or secire
a situation, the Mail is the one !-
pes la Molina that can de u for yeu.
Mall wants an- popul r and Mail
Wiints bring results. One-half cent
per word it- the prl. e to ;,!1 alike, cash
In advan I . fcenl stamps w-ill do.
livening and Satuiday Mail, Mollne,
WASTED Mil i: HELP.
WANTED First class salesman. Ai
dress Cnited Specialty M .: t tur-
lng company. Cleveland. Ohio
v a. i f.u hhi opening tor young
m n irora i to zi years ot age at the
iiarper noute. rcrmanent employ
WANTED Experienced shop superin
teiident tor factory manufacturing
plows ami other agricultural imple
ments .-vimr.-ss wiin reTeren --s ft
2 . care Farm Implements News. Ma
sonlc building. Chicago." ,
WANTED Mn to learn barber trade.
Now and practical method. Pew
weeks completes: free clinic, careful
Instructions, sp-. ial Inducements to
distant applicants. Tools given,
wages Saturdays: positions waiting.
Catalogue male d free. Moler Barber
college .Chicago. III.
NTF.I I KWAI.E HELP.
WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper
WANTED A -ook nt '.4l Eight-
street. .Mrs Stuart Harper.
W ANT EI
A dining room girl at the
A I, lunch room. Apply at
'.. R. L
WANTED A good girl for general
hoiis. work. No washing. Apply at
24o2 Se venth a vi niie.
WANTKI Ladies. Our catalogue ex
plains hmr ve tea. -i bai rd vessl n g,
nianieiiring and facial mass. me
iliiiekly .mailed free. Moler Uarbir
col lea e, ''hieago. 111.
WANTED Four neat appearing lady
demonstrators to travel mid demon
strate soap; salary H.Tei per day and
railroad fare. Call ttdu evening. V.
L Simmons. 111! Third avenue,
VANTKI One or two good singers
for illustrated songs. Would like to
have parties that eould dance I white
or colored). olrls preferred. Al
dress Entertainment company, 180
elSTBO MI.K Olt FEMALK
o. loek a.
d. Apply at r
Sr door at
an ii.i posrrioss.
nation as b
Addi. ss R.
oing tierman desires sit
Itler, waiter or bartender,
AVTKII MIM KI.I AMHII S.
WANTED To buy
bees. Inquire of C
tew swarms of
. Wangelin: ncw
WANTED Boarders by the day or
week. First class beard at reason
able prices. Telephone anil all mod
ern conveniences 12J9 Second ave
nue. WANTKI' By young couple, two fur
nlshed rooms for liht housekeeping,
between sixteenth and Twenty
fourth streets. Address "A. B. C"
care Argus office.
WANTED Three or four gentlemen
can find tirst class board with nicely
furnished rooms in a private German
boarding house. ; 1 Seventeenth
Street. Old 'phone 631 brown.
WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday
Rest rooms at IMSVb Third avenue,
near Y. M. . A. building. Good
home cooked dinner from 11:30 to 2.
Supper Saturday only from to 8 p.
m. We exist for accommodation, not
profit. Rooms opea all day to ladies
WANTKI Fifty more old feather beds.
Now la your last chance to sell your
old feather beds and set a good price
for them as I am going to slay im
the city three mors days. Bend pos
tal card at onee so f can attend to it ii
time, to j. w. Bresaow, genera d
livery, city, and I will call.
It K vi. ESTATE.
K. J. Bl'RN'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 &
Lynde block. Telephone liai
PATENT and trademark office, room
14. Mitchell A Kynde building. Rock
Island. James F. Murphy, associate,
branch of Mo. ire & Co.. patent attor
neys. Washington. D. C, and Chica
EXPRESS, VTOBaQE) Rl S AND CAB.
l(i Hlll'S TRANSFER COMPANY 120
West Seventeenth street. Old 'phone
1 ".:7. new 'phone 5lf8. New storage
building. Kxpress, baggage, bus and
cab calls answered day or night.
FIRE. ACCIDENT ANI FI.ATK GRASS
Insurance. Goldsmith Sr McKee. Peo
ples National bank building. Tele
phone west 139S.
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold goo. Is a specialty. Oldest and
best companies, lowest rates, c. R.
Cbamberiln, Mitchell & Kynde block.
PLEASANT F COX Real estate and
Insurance. Old fire companies repre
sented. Your patronage solicited.
'Phone union 63. Office over Thomas'
IIKNNKTTS Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health end plate glass.
Real estate and loans. Room 2. Bu
foni block. Residence "phone union
Ml. office union 113.
TORN A I ( INSFRANCK Rates for city
property. It cents per $lo one year.
4" 1 er.ts p.-r $1 three years. 60 cents
per S 1 oi live years. Call or address
c. r. Cbamberiln, agent, Mitchell &
HATES & CI.KAVKI.ANI The pioneer
SSenc y. Old time and tire tested com
panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass,
tornado, accident, life, or almost any
form of risk. Ground floor office 210
to 21S Eighteenth street.
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors',
administrators', guardians', trustees',
or any kind of judicial bonds: lodgc
and society officers; city, state or U.
S. government officials: contractors,
positions of trust; in fact, any kind
Of bond you want (except bail bonds).
Terms res son able. Hayes A: Cleave
laad, resident managers Fidelity &
Deposit company, of Maryland.
i. tun o ANT.
MADAM HOWARD Full readings 25
and &0 cents. Room 12. McKinnte
block, corner Fifteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Kntrance on Fif-t-
. nth street. Moliiie.
MRS M. M. HAMILTON Doctor and
loaler. Mental, magnetic and psychic
healing. Business success by occult
power. Readings In clairvoyance
and psychometry on all affairs of life.
Price to suit all. 1407 Second ave
nue. MADAM ST. Al ARIK Palmist and
clairvoyant Tells you the past,
present 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. "0.1 Fourth ave
nue. Take the Blue line. west.
Wholesale and retail dealers in bi
tuminous and anthracite coaL
Prompt delivery service. Office. 1718
First avtnue. Telephone weat 12o.
FOR RENT nOOM.
FOR RENT Front office.
1714H Second avenue.
FOR RKNT Nicely fumlsh-l front
room at T2" Nineteenth street.
FOR RKNT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, at 14"J second avenue
F RENT Newly furnished rooms
with all modern conveniences, at o35
Twt nty-jsecond street.
Folt It EXT Two newly furnished
rooms with all modern conveniences
at 12U' Fourth avenue.
FOR RKNT Furnished room with all
modern conveniences at zi t ttteenth
street, opposite court SMsnse,
FOR RKNT A large, nicely furnished
r.'om with all modern convenience!
private residence. Inquire 933 Sev
FOR RKNT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, suitable tor party with
out children; desirable ami reason
able. Apply at li:2 Second avenue.
FOR RKNT Room suitable for barber
sh"D on corner of Hock island turns
also small ground floor oltice room
on Seventeenth street, roar or Ro
FOR RKNT One very large and 070
small room, unfurnished, suitable for
llarht housekeeping. ladles prefer
red. Homelike surroundings, good
location, between tWO car lines. Ad
dress -S 72. Argus.
FOR RENT Room suitable ior barber
shop on corner of Rock Island house
small ground floor office room on Sev
enteenth street, rear of Reek Island
house; also splendid office room 011
office floor of Rock Island bOUSe.
FOR RKMT HOUSES.
FOR RKNT Cottag.
with cv. ry
FOR RKNT Bight-room house. SrtS
Twenty-first street. Apply to K. H
Stafford. Masonic temple.
FOR RENT A steam
posits Harper house.
Schmidt, l-'i Second
heated flat op
Inquire L A
FOR RKNT A five-room cottage at
2.".2". Fifth-snd-a-balf avenue. Apply
at 2-29 Filth-and-a-lialt avenue.
-A five-room house, with
sewer and newly papered
t"14 Twentieth street.
FOR RKNT Modern eight-room house
in good neighborhood corner Ninth
avenue ami Seventeenth street. In
quire of Fred w. Sauerman. New
phone .".361. old 'phone green 4"1.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY,
FOR S A 1,K Best bargains In lots on
Twenty-fifth street and Tenth ave
nue if taken at once. Easy payments.
Inquire Relay Bros,
FOR SAI.K Two remaining east front
lots 111 the Iiart Twenty-second street
addition. For terms, inquire of R. S
Dart. Jackson & Hurst's office. Ma
sonic temple. 4
FOR SAI.K A prittv and desirable
home-, one block from all car lines.
Furnace beat, city and well water:
large yard, with shade and fruit
trees. 2:;3 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE On easy terms, the best
residence lots in the city on Twenty-
Becond and Twenty-thud Streets, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh avenues.
For prices, call or address John G.
Scheuermann, ll3i) Twenty-third
FOR SALE FARM PROPERTY.
FoR SAI.K Or exchange. We have a
beautiful ISO-acre grain farm in Cav
alier county. North Dakota .finely im
proved, all under cultivation. Will
Sell same or take Rock Island im
proved property In exchange. Gold
smith A- McKee company.
l.OST AND FOI Nil.
LOST A light yellow canary bird. A
rewind will be given for Its return to
;il Eighteenth street. Mrs. Stuart
LOST A solid gold antique stick pin
with opal set. A liberal reward will
be paid for its return to Ramser's
LOST A pair of gold-rimmed cable
hook glasses between tin- Central
church and armory. Finder return to
American Kxpress office and be rc
FOUND A jointed fishing rod. Own
er can batre same by calling at the
Pru-ri-ta store. 191:5 Second avenue,
paying for this ad, and describing
LOST Monday a female fox terrier,
with black ears, brown spots over
eyes and black spot on tail. Re
turn to ls2., 'A Second avenue and re
LOST Strayed or stolen, a 7-year-old
bay mare; has white spot on bead;
weighs about l.l'i'i pounds, and Is
blind in both eyes, if found, notify
police at police station.
LOST Somewhere between Eleventh
avenue ami M. Levy & Son's liquor
Store, a gold watch charm, set with
carved topaz, a reward will be given
for Its return to The Argus office.
LOST A split bamboo fishing pole on
ths Kim street ear line between Third
avenue ami Nineteenth street and
Seventeenth street and Seventh ave
nue. Finder return to 18141 Third av
enue and be rewarded.
DON'T always work for the other fel
low. Here is a line chance for a me
chanic or good salesman who has a
little money to start with in manu
facturing business. Address Manu
facturer, care of Argus, Rock Island.
HENRY GAKTHJK Proprietor Chip
plannock nurserv. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store. lt07
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
ONTK.VC TOR AND BUILDERS.
BBRG8TROM & Johnson Contract
ors and builders. Shop 1410 Thirty
Second street. 'Phone 5370.
FRANK SI.MMoNS Building and re
pairing. Residence and shop, f.31
Twilfth street, old 'phone west S46
2: new 'phone ri6.S.
H. A. LOHSE. Contractor and Builder.
Jobbing of all kinds a specialty. Ks
timates cheerfully given. Old 'phone
I' K, residence 1317 Twetity-llf th
John volk & CO Contractors and
builders. Also manufacturers of
sash, doors, blinds and .mouldings.
Dealers in plate window and art
glass. Offices and factory, 211 to 320
IIOTI.1.8 AND HKMOBTS.
GRAND HOTEL Famous Colfax min
eral pprings. Offers beat accommo
c.itions at reasonable prices. Ad
dress William Frey, Colfax, lowSk
LAS VEGAS HOT
6.767 feet above
the sea. All year
round resort. A perfect place for
rest. For particulars, address Dr.
Danbl S. Perkins, medical director,
L. s Vegas ,N. M.
THE LAKE VIEW Hotel and Cottages.
I 'evil's Lake. Wis. Boating, bathing
and fishing. Take your vacation this
summer in the Switzerland of Ameri
ca. Send for circular. George Mc
JACKSON. HI RST Ar STAFFORD At
torneys-St-Law. Office in Rock Isl
and National Dank building.
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorney
and counselors at law. Abstracts of
title. Office in Bengston block.
BRA RLE & MARSHALL Lawyers
Money to loan on good real estate se
curity. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock
H. M. Met 'ASK RIN A t tornev-a t-I.avv
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island
office in Bengston block. Milan office
on Alain street.
JAMKS F. MURPHY Attorney at law
General legal practice. omce room
13. Mitchell & I.ynde building. Union
Kiectric pnone boai.
KIMol.PH & RK YNOl.DS Attorneys-
at-Kaw. Money to loan. General lc-
fal business. Notary public. 170
econd avenue. Buford block.
McKNIR Y & McENIRY Atorneys at
law. Ixian money on good security
make collections. References. Mitch
ell A: I.ynde. bankers. Office. Mitchell
Ac i.ynde building.
CONNELLY iv CONNELLY Attorneys
at-LaW. N. A. Larson. Swedish Ad
vokat. Office, over Crampton's book
store. 1 1 in sseone avenue. Pensions
Loans. Patents, etc.
IMI SK'I ANS.
DR. CORA KM Kit Y REED Horn
pathic physician. Special attention
to diseases of women and children;
also diseases of eye, nose and throat.
Office hours. :3o to 2 a. m.. 1 to 4 n
m. 32 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours
S 30 to 12 m.. 1:30 to : D. in. 219
Eighteenth street, opposite Union of
fice. Telephone new u3S3.
LKONAKD DRACK Architect and su
perlntendent. Skinner block, second
floor. Office hours, lo to 12 a. m.; 4
to 5:30 p. in
Pull lien I Ion Notice.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the County Court of said Rock
island county In Probate.
William MOSher, administrator de bonll
non of the estate of Samuel M Honey.
deceased, petitioner, vs. Alary A.
Good, Clara Buiwoyne, Milton M. B
ney, Matthew Boney, Cornelia E.
Stewart. Charles V. Honey. Kittle A
Boney, Aland Honey, board of trus
tees of township seventeen 1 1 7 1
north, range three (S) west, in the
county 111 Rock Island and states of
Illinois, ticorge Hurgoyno. James
Quinn and Amelia A. Burgess, de
fendants. Petition to sell real estatt
to nay debts.
Po James Quinn and Charles W. Ho
ney, defendants in the above entitled
Due affidavit that you reside out of
he state of Illinois having been tiled.
notice is hereby given thai the petition
111 the above eolith d proceeding was
tiled on the first day of July, A. D.
'.o4. and that said proceeding is now
"ending 111 said court: that summons
lias been issued against you therein.
ind that the premises desc ribed ill said
petition are as follows, namely:
Certain lands and premises situate m
aid county of Rock Island, to-wit:
'hat certain tract or parcel of land
undid and described as follows, to-
vit: Commencing at the southwest
oruer of the northeast quarter of sec
tion twenty-seven In township
seventeen (li north of range three
I 1 w.st of the fourth principal merid
in; theme running east twenty 120)
hains, more or less, along the south
line of said quarter section to a point
therein distant twenty (20 1 Chains west
linn the southeast corner of said qtinr-
er section: thence running north along
he west line of that part of said Quar
ter section conveyed by Samuel M. Ho
ney to K. Ii. Bowman by deed bearing
ate Nov. 2.".. A. D. lSt;.", and said line
prolonged northerly ten (10) chains,
more or less, to the center oi me 111113-
lic road: thence running west along the
enter of the public road twenty 1 1:111
hains. more or less, to the west line of
lid quarter section; thence running
south along the west line of said quar
ter section ten li chains, more or
to the place of beginning. Also
the east half of the southeast quarter
f section twenty-eight i. in said
township seventeen (!), north of
inge three CD west of the fourth
principal meridian; lot two C2t and He
west half of the south half of lot three
!."?) of the subdivision Of the north half
1 the southwest quarter of said sec
tion twenty-seven 2it: ami the undl-
Ided half of lot five (51, in block
thirty-six (36), in the town of Andalu
Now. unless you shall personally be
and appear before the said court On
the first day of the term thereof, to be
hohb-n at the court house in the city Of
Rock Island, in the county of Rock
Island ami state of Illinois, on the first
Monday of August. A. D. U"4. to which
time and place the said summons i
made returnable, and plead, answer or
raw to the petition lu said proceed
ing tiled .that the same wilt be taKcn
r confessed ag.,inst you and decree
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this
first day of July. A. D. 1!04.
HENRY II. HUBBARD,
clerk of Said Court.
HENRY CURTIS. Solicitor for Pctl
Estate of Hazel Norris, deceased.
The Undersigned, having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Hazel Norris. late of the county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that It will appear be
fore the county court of Rock Island
county nt the county court room. In
the city of Rock Island, at the Septem
ber term, on the first Monday lu Sep
tember le xt, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requ sled to attend for tin
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted lo said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 3rd day of June, A. D.
CENTRAL TRUST & SAVINGS BANK.
He H. K. CAST EEL. its President.
M ENIRY A: M'ENIRY. Solicitors.
Estate of Peter Carstens. deceased.
Tif undersigned, basing been ap
pointed administrator of the estate -of
peter Carstens late of the county of
Rock Island, slate of Illinois , deceased.
hereby alves notice that he will ap
pear before the county court of Rock
Island county at the county court room,
in the city of Rock Island, at the Sep
tember term. On the first Monday in
S- ptcmbcr next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons Indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate
payment to ths undersigned.
Dated this i3rd day of June. A. D.
1904. GEORGE CARSTENS.
Et tate of George Hllller, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
nointed executor of the last will and
testament of George Hllller, late of the
countv of Rock Island, deceased, here
by gives notice that he will appear be
fore the county court of Rock Island
countv at the county court room, iu
the city of Rook Island, at the Septem
ber term, on the lirst Monday iu Bep
temb. r next, at which time all persons
having claims agalr.-t said estate ar
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose fif having the same adj'ited.
All persons indebted to said estate
are r. eju.-st. d to make lnimsrtls.fr pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated thi 3')th iv of June. A. D.
1904. HENRY H1LLIER. Executor.
PARIDON & SON Artistic Interior
decoration. Finest line of late pa
per carried and skilled workmen em
ployed. Moderate prices. 41 Sev
Notice of Final -t l.-ux nt.
Estate of Joseph BchiebarL deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned executors or the last will
and testament of Joseph Schlcberl has
this day tiled his final report and set
tb ment as such in the county court of
Rock Island county, and hearing on
said report has been set for July l.'.th
i:oi4. at ; o . lock a. m.. at which time
persons Interested may Senear and
make objections thereto, and it no ob
Jections are tiled, said report will be
apprpoved at that time, and the under
signed will ask for an order ot dls
tributlon, and will also ask to be dis-
Rock island. 111.. June 17. iS44.
Estate of John Hutchings. deceased.
The undersigned having horn ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of John Hutchings, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of II
unois. deceased. Hereby gives notic
that he will appear before the county-
court of Reek Island county at the
county court room. In the citv of Rock
Island, at the August term on the tirst
Monday in August next, at which tim
all persons hav ing claims against said
estiite are notilied and requested to
it tend for the purpose of having the
All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this 16th day of June, A. D.
JAMES HUTCHINGS. Kxecutor.
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois
Rock Island Coun-
ty ss :
in the circuit Court
libit In Chancery.
I'he Rock Island Mutual Building. Loan
,v Savings association vs. Frank 1.
Qemeinhardt, Philip Warren Gemein
hardt. Frieda Liura Gemeinhardt
Clarence Raymond Gemeinhardt
Frankie T. Gemeinhardt.
Affidavit of non-residence of Frank
T. Gemeinhardt. Philip Warren Ge
mcinhardt, Frieda liura Gemeinhardt.
Clarence Raymond Gemeinhardt and
Frankie T. Gemeinhardt, impleaded
with the above defendants, having
been tiled in the clerk s ottlce 01 the clr
nit court of said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non
resident defendants that the comtplain-
int filed Its bill of complaint In said
oil rt . on the chancery side thereof, on
he 14th day of June. 1!K)4. and that
hereupon a summons Issued out of
taid court, wherein said suit is now
lending, returnable on the circuit court
111 the month ot s-cptember next, as is
y law reouired.
Now. unless yon, the said non-resi-
lent defendants above named, Frank T.
bmeinhardt. Philip Warren Gemein
hardt. Frieda Laura Gemeinhardt. Clar-
iice Raymond Gemeinhardt anil Fran
kie T. Gemeinhardt, shall personally be
mil appear before said circuit court on
the first day of the next term thereof, to
be holdeii iit Rock Island, in and for said
OUnty, on the third Monday in Sep
ember 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
taken as confessed and a decree en
tered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
UCiUKUIi W. UAMHI.K,
Rock Island. 111.. June 1904.
E. H. Guyer. Complainant's Solicitor.
Estate of John McMahon, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed executrix of the estate of John
McMahon, late of the county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
ounty, at the county court room, in
the city of Rock Island .at the Sept em -
er term .on the first Monday In Sep-
ember next, at which time all persons
ivlug claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are
equested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated tills fith dav of June. A. D. 1904.
SOPHIA M'MAHON, Administratrix.
A. HUHER. Attorney.
Sale of Real Estate.
virtue of an order and decree of
county court of Rock Island eoun-
lllinois. made on the petition of the
undersigned. Louise l.udwlg, executrix
f the estate of Frank Ludwig, deceas-
d. for leave to sell the real estate of
iid deceased at the June term. A. D.
!i4. of said rt. to-wlt: On the 13th
lay of June. Roil. 1 shall on the Pith
y of July. A. D. 1904, next, at the
DUr of 11 O'clock in the forenoon of
iid day. sell at public sale at the east
or of the Court house In the city of
Rock Island. In said county, the real
state described as follows, to-wlt:
I ot No five In block No. five (g),
V. M. Rlamllng's first addition to tin
itv .1 lui iv Island and state of Illi
nois, in, lulling the estate of dower of
the Undersigned, widow of said de
ceased therein, on the following terms,
to-wit: Cash 111 hand.
Dated this l.'.th day of June, A. D.
Executrix of the Estate of Frank Lud
wig. dec ased.
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford. Attorneys
Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys for
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty ss :
In the Circuit Court of Said County
Black Hawk H -mestead, Building. Loan
A- Savings association vs. Eliza W.
McLean. No. 686S. Foreclosure.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of said court, entered In the
above entitled cause on the 24th day of
Mav. A. D. 19u4. I shall, on Saturday,
the 9th day of July. A. D. 1D04, at the
hour of 2 o'clock In the afternoon, at
the east door of the court house in the
ity of Rock Island, in said Rock Island
count v, to satisfy said decree, sell al
public vendue, to the highest and best
bidder for cash in baud, that certain
Dan-el of I a ml situate in the county of
Rock Island and state of Illinois, known
and described as follows, to-wit:
Lot No. three ;j in that part or the
city of Rock Island known as and call
ed Guyer Ai Lee's addition.
Dated at Rock lsl.TTtd, 111., this 10th
day of June. A. D 1"4.
r I . . r iv II. ivli.1.1,
Master In Chancery in and for Rock
Island County, 111.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Anton J. Walters, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned .George. Karl Helfrich, has
this day filed his final report, and set
tlement as such In the county court of
Rock Island county and hearing on said
report has been set for July 12, 1904,
n t fi o ciiK'ic a. m . at srnicn time t,er-
pons Interested may appear and make
objections thereto and If no objections
are ftled, said report will be approved
at that time, and the undersigned will
ask for an order of distribution and
will also ask to be discharged.
Rock I.-land. 111.. Juio 13. 104.
GEORGE KARL IH'IJ'ItK'lI.
JAMES F. MURPHY. Attorney.
Notice of l-'lnnl Srtllrnient.
Estate Of M.irgar. t Burns, deceased.
Pubiic i,otl is hereby given that
the sndarsiffned. James Burns, has this
day fli-d his final report and settlement
as such In the county court of Rock
Island county, and bearing on said re
port biis been set for the 30th dav of
June. 19ii4. at 1) o'clock a. m.. at which
time persons interested may appear
nd make objections thereto, and lr
objections are niea. said report will
approved at that time, and the un
dersigned will ak for an order of dis
tribution, and will also ask to be dis
charged. Rock Island. Til.. June . 1904.
JAMES BURNS. Administrator.
GEORGE W. M'CASKRIN. Attorney.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MoNEY TO ll)AN on real estate secur.
Ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Swee
ney, attorney, rooms 33-35. Mitchell
A- I.ynde building. Rock Islaaj!.
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 18,
Mitchell A Lynde Lb., k.
Kill ( ATIOS AL
Al'Ol "STANA COLLKOE Business de
partment. A thorough business
training given for entry Into com
mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at Augustana college.
VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school
conducted for girls by the Sisters of
the Visitation. Rudimentary and
higher branches and all polite ac
complishm, nts taught. Twentieth
street and Fifteenth avenue. Rock
ARE'S o cents per 100, round corners
Jl per 100 invitations, note, letter
heads and envelopes printed at rea
sonable pri. es. Embossing and color
SOT ol fine stationery. New phone
fiCl... Bleuer Bros., lull Seventh ave
nue. Rock island.
ItiH iv lhl.AND STEAM I.il KIiRl-
Hauersfeld Sexton. proprietors.
t,n,sn nml nni. k service. 1814
Third avenue. 'Phone west 1293.
RAILWAYS AMI Ml MKRS.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND cach-Mc
Railway Tickets nine h. ,,,..-..h.....i
at the city ti.-ket office. Ixfsi ...'..T, i
av. nue. or C. R. I. deOOt. Fifth av
enue, loot of Thirty-first street. 'Phone
West IU!!.!. west 14":: 1,-t. vl- ii
PLUMMER. C p. A.
r rains. East.
Denver Limited &
d 3:45 amja 2:55 am
Ft. Worth. Denver
Ar K a nsa s Cit v . .
d R 20 amldlOllS nm
d 6:20 am a :lo nm
Davenport A- Chi
d 7:40 am d 7:00 pm
Omaha & Minnc-
ipolis .' c ..,', " ...
Colorado ,v- Omaha d 1 :10 pmldl0:10 pm
Des Moines oma-
na ini-i; ..... .1 o.r -
.,-ii ei , uincoin
'ma ha In fl in am
d 3:00 am
d 7:00 am
Des Moines Express 1:55 pm
, .iiii v .u l line
a 3:40 am
d 1:16 pm
Denver, Ft. Worth
Nr Kansris Citv .
a 5:15 am
Kansas Citv. "St.
Joe A- California
d 7:10 am
d 3:25 pm
d 7:10 am
Ruck Island &
liicago & Des
d 1 :55 pm
a 4 :.r..r. pm
Rock Island A-
Rrooklyn Accom .
a 6:45 pm
Omaha & Des
d 6:05 pm
Cedar Rapids &
Rock Island .v Peoria Division.
Trains leave Twentieth ir,.,.i
Hon. Main line trains stnrl from ,,'
lepot on Fifth avenue r. mlriiileu in U.
a nee of time given.
i rii ins. Leave.
St. L.. Ind bls. .
7 :20 pm
9 :30 am
oria. Indpls. Cin.
Sherrard Accom. ..
Cable Ai Sherrard
6:48 ami s:4." pm
3 3d pm 2:2U pm
'able A.- Sherrard. . .
a arrival, i departure,
HICA430, BURLINGTON & QUINCT
Depot. Second avenue and Twentieth
fleet. Tel. Ilhone. old 1 1 SO new i:i7l
M. J. YOUNG. Agent.
St. Louis. Snrlng
Peoria. (Juincv . .
St. Louis. Kansas
City, Denver and
Sterling and points
intermedia te . . . .
La Crosse, st.
Paul. Minn, unil
linton, Dubuiiue ..
linton and Inter
mediate points . .
s stop at Rock
for meals, daily except Sunday.
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
Railway R. I. & N. W. passeii-
cr station at foot of Seventeentti
treet. S. It. STODDARD. Agent. P. L.
Ilinrichs. commercial agent, 303 Brady
St. Paul. Mil
Elgin ami Chicago,
IS. W. Limited .
City (S. W. Lim
ited) IflMcatlne, Wash
Elgin, Chicago . .
Omaha, Blosm City,
Chicago and Mil
waukee Muscatine, Wash
i Leave. I Arrive.
11 :50 pm
4 :58 pm
8:30 pmU:50 am
:i . 4 pmll:40 am
daily except Sunday.
ACME PACKET COMPANY -Dally line
for Clinton and all points between.
STEAM ER CITY OF WINONA.
Arrive 10:30 a. m., Davenport; leavs
Arrive 10:45 a. nx. Rock Island; leare
1 r, p. m.
For rates and further information.
apply to F. W. IlLACK. Agent.
ivock isianu. in
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET COMPANY
Hurllngton and Intermediate points.
STEAMER HELEN BLAIR.
Leaves Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 4 p. m
Leavs Sunday tor Muscatine only at
4 30 p. m.
For rates and further Information,
apply to F. W. BLACK. Agent,
tinea isiana, in.
THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE.
For St. Louis and points between.
boats will leave at : a. m. June 23. 27.
0. July 3, . , 12, If, 18, 21. 24. 27. 30,
Aug. 2. 5. 8, 11. 14. 17, 20. 23. 2. 29.
For St. Paul and points between,
boats will leave at 11 a, m. June 23,
2fi, Vi, July 2. .. 8, 1 1. 14. 17. 20. 23. 28,
J'J, Aug. 1, 4. 7. 10. 13. 1. lfr. 22, 25. 28.
GEO! IO E LAMONT, Ag-r.t.
Office, 115 Seventeenth street. Tele
phone, old 1105, new 6109.
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