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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1904
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Under all curable conditio.
Mr. D. Kaubls of Mrs. W. W. Lay
Nevada. O.. was ler of Hil'.lard
cured by Kodol
IT 18 FOR LADIES, TOO.
Tb- t un stop Their Hate Falling Oat
With III IBllUli.
LOOMS WoO have thtn hair an 1 whose
hair D falling oat, crm prerent hoi
falling "ut. and thiekca the gvowtlt, will
nri'. ii' rpiciue. I :esl. l.-s. I.'erpi-
Ode s one i f the most ar'.v..i1,:o h ,;
dressings there Is. Herplchle kills t!:.
OBl huff y.-ttn that eats the hair oiT at
the ri it. A f tr tha germ la destroyed,
lbs rool will aho.it up. i(nd tha Inir grott
Ions ss ever. Even s sample will enn
: any lady that Newbro's Herplcide
Is an indispensable toilet requisite. If
I dns no "ii ,,r war. It will hoi n.-.:r
or ' ' by leading druggists. Send
I0c, i:- :.".',, for ample to Th? Herpt
cMe Co., i .. -roit. Mica.
Fc.r sale by T. II. Thomas, druggist.
IT'S A PLEASURE
a good cigar. If you have not
tried our cigars yon have yet to
barn what really good cigars
are never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you want
some) thing nfee In efgars, tobao
co. pipe; and smoker's articles,
give us a call.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
Beaaiatoa Hlk. 17US Srroad Ave.
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar and
Trimmings a Specialty
For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
utono does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will reo Ire care
ful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries Yl miles from Rock
Island on the C . B. Ik Q. railroad.
Trains No. E and 1" will stop and
let visitors off and on.
Bridge Stone. Corn Crib Blocks and
Foundation Stone, any Size
Samples of stone and photos of
buildings can be seen at Room No.
13, Mitchell & Lynda building.
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, III.
Frank A. Fredericks.
Schreiner Shop. 1121 4th
Jobbing promptly done. Win
dow and du.r screens a specialty.
Satisfaction guaranted. Res-idence,
415 Eleventh street. Old 'Phone
Pa., wj cursd I
JH uvp?s:a oy m
ML LINE WINS WITH THE CUE
Defeats Davenport in 50-Point Match
at Three-Cushion Caroms.
Teams from Moline and Davenport
bun evening at the Central hall
In the :,erond series of the tri-city bil
liard tournament. The Davenport
tram lost by a score oi 50 to 30. The
Davenport p.::yejrs were R. Ticdeman
i i Frank German: Moline, Scott
Owens nnd & -L. Gies-man. The next
game will he played Friday night he
twees ltick Island and Davenport.
AT THE HOTELS.
Al th( Harper C. E. Sutton. St.
Loafs; Mrs. A. C. Nash, Minneapolis;
Rev. K. IL Laurenon, Tiskilwa: F.
'.). Ramsay, Morrison; L. Harry. Sa
. a:;i:u: ). IL S;rong. New York: I. C.
lack. St. Uiuis; H. M. Jones. Cleve
land. OIi'.o: B. C. Thompson. Detroit:
.i. C. Oakshette, Detroit; M. D. Rosen-
Deld. Moline; .1. O. Cook. Aledp; B. B
Thomas, Oolumbas, Ohio; W .It. Ship-
Chicago: Mrs. Krutiia K. Leonard.
Cedar Rapids; N. B. Capell. New
Void,: V. R. Hirken. Chicago; A. De
W.ti Adams, Cincinnati, Ohio; P. H.
Dempsey, Rock Island: W. If. Strums,
Chicago: F. .I. Beden. Philadelphia:
B. CVConnor; P. H. McArtbnr, Cen-
psco; W. EI. Mommor and irife; F. V.
fJilbert, Buffalo. N. v.: J. s. QSIlender,
Calesburg. IU.; J. L. Ely. Chicago.
At the Harms Europe am
Bachns, Cincinnati; EL T. Meichior,
icago; c. v. Perkens, Waterloo;
!:. i:. Hi .-;on. Chicago; ES. L. Northrop.
H. !.. Uggst, Peoria F. Huhens. I'hila
delpbJa; II. Lencht, R. (lasting. New
York; C. Ebsnning, Mendota: Mrs. J.
; dcOicn. Canton: M. T. McCraner.
: icago; It. T .McCaughay, Miss M.
McOanghay, Galesburg; ii. (;. Wilson.
J. ii. Andrews. C. O. Oehgien, Chicago:
J. Lafferty, Madison, Wis.: F. J. Sutter
New York; Mrs. Batler, Galesburg; C.
F. Sutton. Chicago; L. M. Hockett.
Bloomington; C. I'. LittelL Cincinnati;
. c. Lorenz ami wife. George c. Mo
non, Minneapolis; G. Dunnfosgton ; C.
Wright, II. c. Bengston, Mrs. Mol-
Iroiim two children. Mrs. .1. K
Han ire, Chicago; D. L. Prentiss. Frank
Prentiss, New Boston. 111.: .loo Lay
man. Omaha : W. B. Bastian. Chicago;
J. Hay don, city; Wilson. Davenport;
EL W. Kimsey, H. H. Bailey. (J. EL Yan
ler, Chicago; IL Grassman, EL c.
Meyers, Chicago; G. C. Mitchell, Can
ton; W. L. Hageman, New York: C.
M. Wilson and wife. New York: If.
Newman, Peoria ; Georgn T. Wilcher,
H. C. Johnson, P. A. Myers. O. A. Mil
ler. Reynolds; Mrs. S. Whiteside. EL
Pletclu .". Ben Newhottse, A. Brongh
ton. hiCSgo; S. P. Bar!. or. New York;
K. W .Blumer. S. Louis: A. Darhon.
Pari: C. P. Swift. W. W. Williams.
I. Van Duyn. Chieago; EL T. Coch
rane. i York: c. Wneht. i. c. Sur-
ian. Toto Wischnrn, Ciiic;i-o: F. B.
Snttle, Kenney; F. B. Conrad, city;
George B. Newcoek, Qnincy ; F. J. Win
tor. Kansas City: N .C .Meyer. New
York; W J. Henry, San Francisco;
George Kollas, .lack- Martin. St. Louis.
At the Bock Island (European)
Cora A. Rlcketts, Jessie B. Ettcketts,
Hopkinton, Iowa; Hester A. Hutton,
Scutch Grove; l. s. Pelger, Genaseo;
Rub; Russels, New Boston; L. K. Meg
arden, Ehtrmouth, Mont..- Mrs. EL L.
Austin, St. Louis; G. L. Elubbell, .1. EL
McGill, Chicago; EL K. Anthony. Peo
ria: ;. s Van Osten, Bamnm & Bai
ley circus; Vincent MacCarlitz, Chi
cago; EL M. Wright, Columbus. O.;
B. EL Fitch. Galva; David K. Cross.
Sterling: L. O. Pears)n. Ft. Worth.
Texas; L. Barrett. Chicago: Mr. and
.Mrs. C. H. Law. Sterling: Roy C.
Harding. Chicago: Melville. Kent. St.
Paul: F. A. R. Ilarsdery, Chicago: A.
. French, Decatur; C. v. Engstrom,
Peoria: W. L. Hope. Chicago: B. F.
Gilbert, Galesburg; Frank B. Harris
Barn am Bailey circus: H. M. C.ra-
ham, Mt. Carroll: James C. Rowe, St.
Louis; Frank EL Nevins, St. Loais;
Harry Bmnlngton, Memphis; Thomas
P. Sanford, B. . Btreedain, Chicago;
(1. Cuddy, city; W. C. JoBMH and wife.
BEATING AND PLUMRING.
CHANNON, PERRY Ac CO Heating
Mini plumbing along scientific lines.
1 ' ireful and skilled workmen. Prompt
attention. 114 West Seventeenth
Street. "Phone I14S.
EXPRESS, STORAGE, HI S AND CAB.
ROLLS TRANSFER COMPANY 1-"
W est S. v. 1 t- . t.th strict. dd 'phone
i".37. new "phone r.ir.v New storage
building. Express, baggage, "bus and
...o .-alls answered day or night.
art ui:t on i rio.
PARI DON & Son Artistic interior
decoration. Finest line of late pa
p r carried and skilled workmen em
ployed. Mod. rate prices. 417 Sev
enteenth el: ct.
OTK1.9 l RESORTS.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located
.7'' feet above the sea. All year
round resort. A perfect place for
r.-st For particulars, address Dr.
Danhl S. Perkins, medical director.
Las Vegas .N. M.
Tin: LAKE VIEW Hotel and Cottages.
Devil's Lake, Wis. Routing, bat hug .
and t.shing. Take your vacation this!
summer In the Switzerland of Ameri-I
e a. r d ! circa. .r. George Mc-
GRAM AND PROVISIONS.
il. J. TOE EE A: VOUrCrslver
port. Stoe k-. grain, provisions, cot
cm Private w.rc to Nw York ar.d
Chicago. Offices ,109 Main street.
GEORGE H. ."-ID WELL & CO.Com
missioii mei chants. Grain, hay and
previs.ons M nibe-rs of tin Chicago
board of trade ard Chicago stock ex
change. Established !i years. No.
542 and 7.43 Rialto building. Long
distance 'phone Harrison 2666.
I It NDRIKf.
ROOK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY
Bauersfeid A Sexton, proprietors.
Floe hiiisn and quick service. 1S14
Thiicl avenue. Pnone west 1293.
The people cca now h.ivr lirldxe
astk :one b ar late Intention
wttStawl .aia or Krlnlinu of i-e;Ii:
enn be rrtiia-l siml placed at ll.
to le cirnnril. are Hie only
HeuiUtH In the ! liho do thla
work . ni It Is ur pnlent :in iui
prote niethoil. Come aad rr our
dljlnj- rnnf f KinnpleM noil icrl tur
pro-ex on other work.
Bridge work. $3 per tooth, guar
anteed for 20 years.
Reaaeaaber the aaaar Ii mrnnn n
it r.--i.i-. moi: , : niK noi
pmte haara S a. as. till p. as
SanaSfiya, t 12.
1G1C1, 2 Second Avenue.
OVEn FIWE'S v)l: STORE.
ISTED MALE HELP.
WANTED- At once. : delivery l
l-.-!ss.u Hi os. ffrrocery.
WANTED -Youna man. 17 to 19 veors
0I1I Rock Isiaml Skirt company, op
WANT El 'lo.nl otii-r.inir for vonnir
men 1 rorn h to 21 years of Ogre at the
Harper house. Permanent employ
ment. WANTED- Men to learn barber trade.
New and practical method. Can near
ly earn expenses before finishing.
Few week.- completes. Tools, liplo
mas and positions given graduates.
Bpeclal inducements to distant appli
cants. Write Mnler Barber college,
WANTED PEM I LB IIKI.P,
Pantry girls at the Harper
WANTED Two dining room girls at
Jay He's cafe.
WANTED- Girl for pet:-ral housework.
Apply at 10SS Second avenue.
WANTED A girl at the City Steam
laundry, 821 Seventeenth street.
WANTED .V:. t x peril nci il dining room
girl at Dan's restaurant, i;ii Second
a , en lie.
WANTED A girl for general house
work at 717 Seventeenth street. .Mrs.
J. B. Ingalls.
WANTED -An assistant nurse at th
Cnion Mis-ion on Aiken street. South
WANTED Sewing girls to barn th
regalia business: salary paid from
D binning. J rl-l. Ity liegalia com
WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue ex
piates tony we teach hairdressin
manicuring and facial massage
quickly .mailed free. Moler Barber
college. Chicago, 111.
WANTED One or two good singers
for illustrated songs. Would like to
have parties that could dance (white
or colored!. Girls Dreterred. Ad
dress Entertainment company, li07
W A NTED Smart, ambitious, neat-ap
pearl ng young ladies can secure light
employment demonstrating. Only two
10 tour nours requirea each day. sal
ary paid; good reference required.
Apply at urn Third avenue. W. L.
WANTED MISCKLI. 1NEOITS.
WANTED Business man desires com
modious room or room with alcove)
and board for self and wife. Address
Manager, "4 Twentieth street.
WANTED Boarders by the day or
Week. First class board nt reason
able pi ic. s. Telephone and all mod
ern conveniences. 122a Second ave
nue. WANTED Three or four gentlemen
can find lirst class board with nicely
furnished rooms in a private German
boasdlng house, Seventeenth
sir.-, t oi.j 'phone b31 brown.
WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday
Rest rooms at D! Third avenue,
near Y. M. A. building. Good
home cooked dinner from 11:30 to 2.
Supp. r Saturday only from 5 to 8 p.
m. We exist for accommodation, not
profit. Looms open ail day to ladies
HENRY GAETHJB Proprietor Chlp
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, 1607
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
lM II IXCE.
FIRE. ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS
Insurance. Goldsmith &- McKee, Peo
ples National bank building. Tele
phone west lo'i.
OtSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold goods r specialty. Oldest and
best companies, lowest rates. C. R.
Chamberlla, Mitchell & Lynde block.
PLEASANT F. 'OX Real estate and
ins 01.1 tir. companies repre
sented. Your patronage solicited.
"Fhone union C3. Office over Thomas'
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glass,
Real -estate and loans. Room 2. Bu-
ford block. Ke.-id nee phone union
261. office union 113.
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
pcoperty, $e cents per $l"o one year.
40 ce nts per $1"0 three years. 60 rents
per $1" five -re. Call or address
c. r. Chamber lin, agent. Mitchell 6c
HAYES & CLBAVELAND The pioneer
agency. Old time- and fire tested com
panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass,
tornado, accident, life, or almost any
form of risk. Grout. ,1 floor office 210
to 21S Eighteenth street.
WE WILL BOND YOC Executors',
administrators', guardians", trustees'
or any kind of Judicial bonds: lodge
and soeb'ty officers; city, state or V.
8. government officials: contractors
positions of trust; in fact, anv kind
of bond you want (except bail bonds;
Terms reasonable. Hayes Cleave
land. resident managers Fidelity A
Deposit company, of Maryland.
FOR REST ROOMS.
FOR RENT Front office.
1714 s- Se -ond avenue.
FOR RHNT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping at 1011 Fourth
FOR RENT A furnished front room
with Si! modern conveniences at 21S
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping;; also sleeping rooms, at
11)3 Second avenue.
FDR RENT Famished room with all
mod.-ni eonvdaieaeea ;;t 17 Fifteenth
street, opposite court hoi: -v.
FOR RKXT Newly furnished rooms,
with all modem conveniences. Prices
reasonable. at Roche Jk.ts. ln;
FOR RENT A nic.ly furnished Front
room on lirst floor, with use of kitch
en if desir.d: modern conveniences:
1928 Ninth avenue.
FUi: RUNT A suite of unfurnished
rooms with mm!, rn conveniences, one
block from Bin street car line; very
reasonable to the right party. Call
at mt Twenty-ninth street.
FOR RENT Room suitable for barber
shop on corner of Rock Island house:
small RTOUnd floor offlVe room on Sev
enteenth stre. t. rear Of Rock Island
house; also splendid office room on
office floor of Rock Island house.
WORLD'S PAIR 1CCOSNODATIONS.
PARTIES desiring rooms for world's
fair at St. Louis will And comfortable
rooms .it Mrs. II. Perkins-. JT'M Mar
cus avenue. Kate. 7.4 cents and $1.
for HKvr not -i:s.
FOR RENT Kive-rooin Bat with mod
ern conveniences at S001 Fifth ave
nue. F m RENT A three-room house. In
quire at Weaver's grocery, i"3o Sev
FOR RENT F.ight-room house. SOS
Twenty-flrst street. Apply to E. H.
Stanford. Masonic temple.
FK rent A five-room cottagre at
2525 Fifth-and-a-balf avenue. Apply
at jr.'j Fifth -and-a-half avenue.
FI. RENT r.-sir.'b!e location for coal
yard or other trackage business, va
cant ground near arsenal viaduct,
Twerfty-fourth street, near Ti.ir.l
enue, itoi k Island. Burlington side
track. Inquire the Lewis Roofing
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Rest bargains in lots on
Twenty-fifth street and Tenth ave
nue it' taken at once. Easy payments.
manure Relay liros.
FOR SALE Y ry ni e cottage In splen
did repair, with large lot, and good
location on Milan car line. Price, Jl.
500: $.Vi" down, balance monthly. 11.
FOR SALE A nice six-room house in
Oubuut'c. f.r sale v- ry cheap, or
trade for tri-clty prop. rtv. Inquire
of Richard Monroe, 3121 Tenth ave
nue. Rock Island.
FOR SALE Two remaining east front
lots in the Dart Twi-nty-s.-coiul street
addition. For terms. Inquire of R. S.
Dart, Jackson ti. Hurst's office, Ma
FOR SALE New five-room house on
Forty-llfth street, near Fifth ave
nue. Newly papered and painted.
Good Investment. Price ,$1,250: $400
down. Rents for $12 per month. H.
K. Walker .
FOR SALE On easy terms, the b-st
residence lots in th" city on Twenty
second and Twenty-third streets, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh avenues.
For prices, call or address John I.
Scheuermann. io30 Twenty-third
FOR SALE 1IS EL.I.ANEOUS.
FOR SALE A cl s), register, ne w. In
quire at 21"'.i Fourth avenue.
For SALE A young Jersey cow. fresh:
pric. .:::,. Inquire of J. II. Wilson.
2'I2''. Fil th avenue.
FOR SALE A tlv -year-old sorrel
mare, gentle and well broke: weight
about 1,050. Inquire at i"3'. Twenty
For SALE Cheap, a gentle family
hots.- of good style and speed, togeth
er with harness and a stylish trap in
good repair. Addre ss '.. care Argus.
FOR SALE A good family horse,
weighing 900 pounds: spi ing wagon.
buggy .and two sets or harness,
cheap if taken at once. 1 "all at the
Mod. ru. 33i Twentieth street.
MADAM HOWARD Full readings 2.".
and 50 cents. Room 12. Mc-Kinnie
block, corner Fifteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Entrance on Fif
te. nth street, Moline.
MRS. M. M. HAMILTON Doctor and
healer. Mental, magne tic and psychic
healing. Business success by occult
power. Readings in clairvoyance
and psychometry em all affairs Of life.
Prices to suit all. 14o7 Second ave
nue. MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and
clairvoyant I ells you the past,
present and future- correctly. Tells
you everything pertaining to busi
ness, marriage-, divorce, love affairs,
sickness, death. Occidents arid every
thing of Interest. One- .-all will prove
be-r wonde rful accuracy. Iffice hours
from 1 to in p. m. 7o". Fourth ave
nue. Take the Blue line. west.
BTSINESS OPPORT1 M l ICS.
DON'T always work for the other fel
low. He re is a line c hance for a me
chanic or good salesman who has u
little- money to start With in manu
facturing business. Add re BS Manu
facturer, care of Argus. Rock Island.
LOST AND I'Oi KO.
FOtTND A shoemaker's last. Owner
can have same by calling at this of
ce and paying for this ad.
LOST The- party who took the- picnic
bask, t by mistake from a Red Una
COT will please leave at 13n2 First
FOUND A bay mar.-. Owner can have
same- by calling on J. Clark. Thirty
eighth stree t and Nineteenth avenue,
and paying for ad and fee-ding.
LOST A black ribbon watch fob. with
crescent c harm set with pe oris on
one- side and initials J. M. C. on the
other. Fineler leave- at the- Arcade
cigar store and be reworded.
LOST On Seconds avenue, in front of
Flaoe's shoe store-, a gold link cuS
button of no value to anyone- save!
own. r. Re turn te Economy D Btal
Parlors. ISIO Second avenue, and
receive Ii reward.
E. J. BURNS City and country real
estate. If you have property for fcale,
list it With me. If you want to buy
1 will do my best to get you what
you want. Ro.em 11. Mitchell &
Lynde block. Telephone ll&i.
EMPIRE COAL & COKB COMPANY
Wholesale and retail dealers In bi
tuminous and anthracite- coal.
Prompt delivery service office. 1713
First avenue. Telephone west 12i;o.
JACKSON, HURST A STAFFORD At-torneys-at-1-.iw.
Office in Rock 1
anil National bank building:
SWEENEY A WALK BR Attorneys
and counselors at law. Abstracts oi
title. Office In Bengston block.
8EARXE ft MARSHALL Lawyers
Honey to Iran on good rtal estate s- -
i-arity. MUrhell A: Lynde block. Rock
IL M. McCASKRIN Attornejr-at-Law
Rix'k Island arid Milan. Rock Island
otnt-e in Bengston block. Alilun omce
on Main street.
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at law.
General lepal practice. Office room
5"-. Mitchell ,i Lynde building. Union
Electric 'phone B601.
LCDOLPH A REYNOLDS Attornevs-at-Law.
Money to loan, (ieneral h'
Kal business. " Notary public. 17o5
Second avenue. Buford block.
McENIRT Mc ENTRY Atorneys at
law. Loan money on K-'od security;
make collections. References. Mitch
en ft Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
v: l.vmle building.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys-
at-LaW. N. A. Larson. Swedish AJ
vokat. Office, ever Crampton's book
store. 1711 Second avenue. Pensions.
Loans, Patents, etc.
or. CORA em FRY REED Homeo
pathic physician. Special attention
CO diseases of women and children:
nlso diseases of eye, nose and throat.
Olllcc h.ut . : "" to 2 a. m.. 1 to 4 D.
m. 31' Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
J. T. TAYLOR O. ntist. Office hours
:dl to 13 m., 1:30 to .. p. m. ZIHV2
Kignteentn street, opposite union of
flee Telephone new r3s3.
A lit 'II ITKl'TS.
L,i: . .rcij ukack .rcniiect ana su
perintendent. Skinner block, second
floor, otli. e hours, lo to 12 a. m.; 4
to ;:J0 p. m
t'. 1 I..N 1 ami trademark omce, room
14. Mitchell Vc Lynde building. Rock
Island. James F, Murphy, associat
Drancn 01 Moor.- & ... patent attor
neys. Washington, I). C. und Chica-
CONTRACTORS AMI 111 ll.l)i:itS.
B ;-. R 1ST ROM JOHNSON Contract
ors and builders. Shop 1418 Thirty
Second street. phone 5370.
rtuuiit siai.mm.nh iimming and re
pairing. Residence and shop, r.31
Twelfth street. Old 'phone West S4t-
; new pnone baas.
ii. A. i.OHMJ. Contractor and Builder.
Jobbing of all kinds a specialty. Es
timates chee rfully given. Old "'photii
CO K, residence 1317 Twcnty-flf th
JOHN YOLK - CO. Contractors and
builders. AN.. manufacturers of
sash, doors, blinds and mouldings.
Dealers 111 plate window and art
glass. Offices and factory, 311 to 32U
Notice it Pablleeattesa Chancery
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty ss. :
In the Circuit Court, September
1 ci 111. lam.
Ma Ochs vs. John Green, Jr., the un
known he-irs. devisee a or assigns cd'
the said John Green, Jr.. the unknown
owners of the- south 70 feet of the
west 40 reet of lot Nee. pi. in bloc k
No. 2. in Spencer A Case's addition
to the city of Rook Island, In the
county of Rock Island and state of
Illinois. In Chanc. ry.
Affidavit of the unknown residence
of the above defendants, John Gree n,
Jr., tin- unknown heirs, devisees er as
signs of the said John Green, Jr., the
unknown owners of the south 7o feet
Of tile- WSt 4l feet 111 lot NO. 10. ill
block No. 2, in Spencer eV- Case's addi
tion to the city eif Rock Island, ill the;
county of Ro. k Island and state of Il
linois, having been tiled in the- clerk's
office of tin- e-ircuit court of said
county, notice is Uterefore hereby
given to the said defendants that
tie- complainant filed his bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery
side thereof, on the 11th day of July.
1904, and that thereupon a summons
issued out oi s.ii.l court, wherein said
nil is now pending, returnable on tlie-
third Monday In the- month of Septem
ber next, as is by law r quire d.
Now. unless you, the said defend
ants above nam.-d. Joha Green, Jr..
the- unknown he-its, uevise-es or assigns
Of the- said John Grejin, Jr., and the un
known owners of the south 70 feet of
the: west 4o feet of lot No. 10. in bio !:
.No. j. in j-.p. ii.-. r Be Case s addition to
the city of Rock Island, in the count v
of Rock Island and state of Illinois-.
shall personally bo and appear before
said circuit e-otirt. On the lirst day of
the- ne xt term thereof, to be bolden at
Rock Island in and for said county. On
the Ldh day of September next, and
plead, answer or demur to the saiei
complainant's bill of complaint, the
same and th- matters and things there in
charged will i- taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you ac
cording to th.- prayer or said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Julv 11. 1904.
SEARLE i MARSHALL, Complain
I ; ecu t or'n- Notice.
Estate of Ge orge Hillie r. deceased.
Tie- undersigned, having been ap
pointed executor Of the last will and
testament of George Hillier; late of tin
county e.f Ro.-k island, deceased, here
by gives notice that he Will appear before-
the county court of Roc k Island
county at the- county Court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the-. S.-pt- ru
ber term, on the Brat Monday In s. p
tember next, at which time ail p.-rsems
having claims against said estate an
notified and renuested t attend for the
purpose iT having the same adjusted.
All pe-r.--e.ns in lclefe d to said estate
are requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this SOth day of June. A. T.
19f4. HENRY HILLIER. Execor.
Notice of I in il Settlement.
Estate of Jac.de Roberts, deceased.
Publie notlee is hereby given that
tie.- undersigned. J. c. Bursrovne. has this
day til- d Ms final report and settlement
as such in the county e-ourt of Roe-k
Island county, anel hearing on said r--port
baa been s.-t for August l:.
1:01!. at ! O'clock a. m.. at which
time persons Interested may appear
and make obje-ctions thereto, and if
no obje-'-tiorrs af Hied, said report will
be approved at that time, and the un
dersigned will n-k for an eird.-r of eli--trlbuti'di,
and will also ask to be dis
Ree. K Island, lit.. Julv i;e...
J. C. lit Rep O NE.
Estate of Jos.ph II. Montgomery, de
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the- last will and
testament of Joseph If Montgomery, late
of said county of Rock Island, state of Il
linois, deceased, hereby gives notice
t Lit s:.. will appear before the county
court of Rock Island county at the
county court room. In the city of Rock
Island al the September lerm Ofl the lirst
Monday in Septe-rnbe-r n-xt. at which time
Mil persons having claims against said
estate are notified and rojue sted to
attend for the purpose of having the
Ail persons lnd bt-d to said estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this lith day of July. A. It.
1 M t.
ELLEN M e.NTG fMERY,
HARRY M. MCASKRIN. Attorney.
I'll I. beat ion Notice.
State of Illinois. Reck Island Coun
In the County Court of said Rock
Island OOUnt In Probate
William Mosher, administrator de bonis
non 01 the estate of Samuel M Boncy.
d ceased. petitioner, vs. Mary A.
Good. Clara Burgoytte. Milton M. Bo-
ney. Matthew Lone... Cornelia E.
Stewart. Charles W". Boncy, K it tie A.
Honey, Maud Boney, board ef trus
tees of township seventeen ti7i
north, range three i3i west, in the
county of Rock Island and state of
Illinois. George Burgovne. James
Qulnn and Amelia A. Burgess, ele
fendants. Petition to s. il real estate
to pay de il ts.
To James Qulnn and Charles W. Bo
ney. defendants in the- above entitled
Due affidavit that you reside out of
the state of Illinois having been filed,
notice is hereby given that the petition
In the above entitled proceeding was
filed on the lirst day of July. A. D.
1904. and that said proceeding is now
pending in said court: that summons
has been issued against you therein,
and that the premises described in said
petition are as follows, namely:
Ce rtain lauds and premises situate- in
saiel counts of Rock Island. tO-Wlt:
That certain tract or parcel of land
bounded ar.d described as follows. t -uit:
Commencing at the southwest
corner of the northeast eiuarter of sec
tion tw.nty-scver. (27). in township
seventeen (17) north of range three
west of the fourth principal merid
ian: then.-e running east twenty 2o
chains, more or loss, along the south
line of saicl ciuart.r section to a point
therein distant twenty 20 1 chains weal
from the souiheast corner of said oiiar-
ter section: tnence running north along
the West line of that DOTt of said eiuar
ter section conveyed by Samuel M. Bo
ney to E. H. Bowman by deed bearing
date Nov. 2T,. A. D. 1S6",. and said line
prolonged northerly ten (10) chains,
more or less, to the- center f the pub
lic road: thence running west along the
center of the public road twenty (2')
chains, more or less, to the wt-st line- of
said quarter section; thence running
south along the- west line of said quar
ter section ten (10 chains, more or
less, to tie- place Of beginning. Also
the east half of the southeast quarter
of section twenty-eight (2!). in said
township seventeen tiTi. north of
rang.- three (S) west Of the fourth
principal meridian: lot two (21 and tlie
west half of the- south half of lot three-
(3) of the subdivision of the- north hall
of the southwest quartet- of said sec
tion twenty-seven i27: and the undi
vided half "f lot five ("). in block
thirty-sis (.30 . in the town of Andalu
sia. Now. unless you shall personally be
and appear before the said court on
the- first clay of tin- term thereof, to 1
hold. 11 at Ho- court house In the city of
Rock I.-land, in the county of Rock
Island and state of Illinois, on the lit'
Monday of August, A. D. Riot, to whle
time- and place the saiel Summons
made returnable, and plead, answer c
demur to the petition in said Droceee
ing tile-d .that the same will be taken
for cop.fess.-d against you and decri
entered accord Ingly.
Date-d at Rock Island. Illinois, this
first day of July. A. D. I!i04.
HENRY R. HUBBARD,
Clerk Of Said Court.
HENRY CFRT1S. Solicitor for Beti
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. Scpte-mbc
'!' 1 rn. !0(t4.
William Fran mg. George Franing
vs. I. Whipple Dwlnelle, Istiao Ash
l.-v. e-t al - in Chancery.
Affidavit of the unknown resldene.
of the- above defendants, L Whlppl
Dwlnelle, the unknown heirs, devisee
or assigns of the said 1. Whipple- Dwin
.-il.-. Isaac Ashley, arid the unknown
heirs, devisees or assigns of the s;iie
Isaac Ashb-y, having been tiled in th
clerks offl( 1 the cir.-uit court oi sail
county, notice is therefore hereby
givn to th. srii.i defendant
Hint the complainants flb-d the!
bill of complaint 111 said court, on th
chancery side thereof, on the 11th das
of July. 1904, and that thereupon a sum
:110ns issued out e.l said e-oui t. win re in
saiel suit is now pending, returnabl
on the- third Monday in the month 0
September next, as is by law required
Now. Unless you, the said el.-Ieiidant
above named, 1. Whipple Dwlnelle, th
unknown heirs, devisees or assigns of
the said 1. Whipple Dwiii.-lle. Isaac
Ashley, and the- unknown heirs, devi
sees or assigns of the saiel Isaac Ash
ley, shall pe rsonally be and appear be
fore- -aid circuit court. 011 the- lirst il:iy
f the next term thereof, to be bolden
at Rock Island in and lor s.-inl county
on the 19th day of September next, ant
plead, answer Or demur to the said
implalnant s bill f complaint, tin
ime and th.- matters and things there
111 e-liargeu ami st.1l.1l will De taK. u ai
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Roe k Island, Hi.. July 1 I, 1904.
SEARLE & MARSHALL. Complain
N.tlee of Pabliea t low
Rate of Illinois, Rock
l - -.;.. :
In the Circuit Court, Septe-nbc r
Te rm. 1904.
William Franing, George Franing, vs.
William Brackett, Mrs. Julia Brackett,
Julia Brackett. In Chancery .
Affidavit Of noil-residence of the-
above defendant, William Brackett, im
plcnded with the above defendants,
Mrs. Julia Brackett and Julia Brack
ett, having been filed In the clerk's
0.CC 'f the c ircuit court Of s:iid county.
notice- is therefore hereby given to the
aid non-resident defendant that th
complainants filed their bill of com
plaint in said court, n the chancery
sol. thereof, em the 11th day of July.
1904, and that thereupon a. summons
issued out of saiel court, wherein saiel
suit is now pendnlg, returnable n the
third Monday in th- month ef Septem
ber ne xt, as is by law required. Now.
unless you. the saiel non-resident de
fendant above named, William Brack
ett, shall personally be: and appear lee
fore said circuit court, on the- first day
..f the ii.-xi term the reof, to be bolden
at Rock Island Is and for said county,
on the 19th diiy of September ne xt, and
plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, tin
same and the matters and things there
in charged and stated will l.- taken as
confessed, and u decree cnte-re-d against
you according to the pr.iv.-r of said bill.
GEORGE W GAMBLE Clerk.
Ro.-k Island. 111 . Julv 11. 1904.
SEARLE & MARSHALL. Complaln-
.1 nt's S'elie-ltorS.
Estate of H'jze-l Norris. deceased.
The- undersigned, having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate OI
Hasel Morris, late i tne oiuiuy ni koi-k
island, state e.r Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that it will appear be
fore- the- county curt e.f Rock Islaiiel
routiiv at the county court room, in
the city of Roe-k Island, at the Septem
ber term, on tl.- lirst Monday in Si.-p-
te-ml.e r ne xt, at which time- all persons
having e-alms -i--:atnst said estate; are;
notified and requested to attend for the
purp'ese of having the sane; adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to n.ak.- llllliu dills payment
to the- undersigned.
Dated tins Zrd day e.r June, A. I.
CENTRAL TRUST & SAVINGS RANK.
Bv If. E. CAST EEL. its President.
MEN1RY .'s M'ENIRT, Solic itors.
adm'nt ill ii' i i Noii-e.
Estate "f Peter Csrstens, deceased.
The; nndersigncd. having been ap
pointed administrator Of the e.-tate of
Peter Carstens, late e,i the county jf
P.o. k Island rt.lt'- e.f IllinoD., d -.-used,
hereby gives notice; that he will ap
pear before the county court e.f Rock
Island county at the county e-e,urt room
in the- city e,f Rock Island, at the: Sep
tember term, on the hr:-t Monday in
September n-xt. at which time all per
sons having c laims against said estate
are nelilied and i m i. ste-l to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons Indebted to paid I -
tate are re-quested to make immediate
pavment to the undersigned.
Dated this 2-'rd dav of June. A. D.
1-j4. GEORGE CARSTENS.
MONEY" TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur
ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Swee-ne-y.
attorney, rooms 33-3.".. Mitcnell
e Lynde building. Rock Island.
W E make a specialty of loaning money
on household goods, horses, wagons,
etc-, without removal and in a quU-t
way. Call on us for quick loans.
Fidelity I can company, room ZS.
M it hell gj Lynde block.
At Gl STANA COLLEGE Business de
partment. A thorough business
training given for entry Into com
mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at Augustana college.
VILLA DE CHANT AL A home school
co.. due-ted for girls by the Sisters of
the Isltatlon. Rudlmentarv and
higher branches and all polite ac
complishments taught. Twentieth
street and Fifteenth avenue. Rock
UARDa ..i cents tier 100. routi.1 com. re
ti per 100 invitations, note, letter
he-ads and . v, lopes printe d at r-a-
sonable prices. Embossing and color
-Xc,k '"-' oitioncry. New phone
,J NJ ,l!r,V- Seventh atrc-
no Rock Island.
IP lot WANT to liuv sell .....i.. ..
rent anything, engage help or 'secure
a situation, the
per in Moline that can do it for you
Mall wants are- popular and Mail
war ts bring results. One-half cent
.mm is 1 ne one ..--
i-. . vni is me price to ,11 alike, cash
in advance: t-cenl stamps will do
Evening and Saturday Mail. Moline.
RAILWAYS M) STEAMERS.
CHICAGO, RCK ISLAND A PACIFIC
Railway Tickets may be purchased
at the city ticket otlice. s;:i Second
av. nue, or O. R. L A P. depot. Fifth av
enue. l..,.t ,i Thirty-first street. 'Rhone
west I ('93, west 1423. PRANK H
PLCMMER. C. P. A rKAisiv li.
Denver- Limited c'.-
Ft. W orth. Denver
cV- Kama s e "it y . .
Davenport & Chi
cago Omaha & Mlnne-
1 East. ! We-st.
Id 3:45 am
a 2:55 am
Id 6:20 amja 9:10 pm
d 7:40 amid 7:00 pm
'il I 0 -4 a ml, .U a.
Colorado & OmahaJd 1:10 pm(.llo:io pm
I. s Moines ,i Oma-I
ha .MllellMiU q rrt
1 ,. . , ... " au
1 hn.iha a 3:40 am
De-s Moines Express 1:55 pm
St. Paul ,v Minna- 1
d 3 : 0 0 a m
d 7:00 am
8 ted is
a 3:40 am
d 9:15 pm
d 7:10 nm
d 3:25 pm
Denver. Ft. Worth
At Kansas City
Kansas City. St.
Jo.- A California
Ro.-k Island &
Washington . . .
Chicago ft Dc-s
.la 5:15 am
. .112:50 pm
Ro.k Dland .v
Omaha & Dcs
Cedar Rapids &
Rock Island A
d 1:55 pm 2:00 pm
a 4:571 pm el 7:10 am
a 5:45 pm 9:f.o nm
d 6:05 pmja 2:42 pm
:i 1 0 37 amid 4 :30 pm
Trains leave Twentieth street stn
tlon. Main line trains start from main
depot on Fifth avenue 5 minutes in ad-
yajnee ol 1 1 me given.
St L.. Ind pis, .. .
Peoi la Express
Peoiia. Indpls. Cin.
i '.loom Ington . . . .
She I rani Accom. . . .
Cable iv Sberrard
I Le ave. , rHve. "
8:10 ami 9:40 pm
7:20 pm! S :16 pm
1 .15 pm"i 1 :15 am
9:30 am' 8:45 am
B:4.r. ami X : I pm
3:30 pm 2:2i pm
( lable al- Sherrard. . .
a ari l v.i I. d
departure, daily, ex-
CHICAGO. BCRL1NGTON eV- Ol'INCY
O. Pol. .Second avenue anil Twentieth
stre et. Ti lephone, old 11S0, new G17o.
M. .1. YOUNG. Age nt.
Trains. j Leave.
St. Louis, Spring
1'coli.l. 11 1, MDlIni
hietiing. Al. 11. lota
i lid ( 'h lea i- o 6 :4() ni
01. Louis. Kansas
Cll v. I lenver and
Pacific coast .. s7:2()nm
on rung ana points
l.. . .
intermedia I .- .... 7:2(1 nm
- -1 - e .1111011.
l.a Crosse, st.
Paul, Minn, and
northwest 7:40 nm
e iiiiion, Lruouque .. 7:zoam
Clinton and inter
mediate points .. 7: Z0 am
stop at Ro k Island
-dally e-xe-ept Sunday.
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
itanway it.. It. I. Ac IV. W. passe-n-
g' r station lit foot of Se verite.-nl h
Street. S. It. STODDARD. Ae-.-nt. P I.
HlnrlChs, i-omme-rcial agent. 303 Bradv
sli'i-.'t, I a yen port.
I Leave. Arrive.
St. Paul. Mil-
Elgin and Chicago,
(S. W. Limit ill.
City (S. W. Lim
10:3s pml 4:11am
Full n. Savanna.
Elgin. Oh .-ago . .
Fi e ( por t . . . . . . .
3:30 pm!ll:60 am
I 15 pm)ll:40 am
daily except Sunday.
ACME PACKET COMPANY Dally lino
for Clinton and all peunts between.
STEAMER CITY OF WINONA.
Arrive 19:90 a. m.. Davenport; leave
3 p. 'n.
Arrive; 10:45 a. m., Ibick Island; learo
1:16 p. m .
For rates and further Information,
apply to F. W. BLACK, Agent.
Ro. k Island. III.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET COMPANY
Burlington anel Intermediate pedhts.
STEAMER HELEN PL AIR.
Leave s Meenday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 4 p. m.
Leave Sunday for Muscatine only at
4 :3n p. m.
For rates and further Information,
apply to F. W. BLACK. Agent,
Roe-k Island. 111.
efYi IJJ Sri:,,, ft Aiiroans i n .
THE WORLD'S FATR ROUTE.
F'.r St. Le.uis and p'eints between,
boats will leave nt U a. m. June 23. 27,
30, July 3. 6. 9, 12, 15. 18. 21. 24. 27, 30,
Auk -'. I, S. 11, 14, 17. 20, 23. 2, 2'J.
For St. Paul and pelnts between,
boats will b-uve at 11 a. rn. June 23,
2i, 29, July 2. 5, 8, 11, 14. 17. 20. 23. 24,
Aug. 1, 4. 7. 10. 13. IS, If, 22, 25, 28.
OBOROVB LAMONT. Agent.
Office, 11". Seventeenth street. Tele
phone, old '.:;. new 6105.