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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, lOOt.
N appetite. Im af atra&ffn,
Mrreosaeu. headach. aeutlaatlea.
Bad kraata. (onartJ debility, aavir trta
iBfa, and aatarra f lha alamaaa an
all dua a lodlfMtlaa. Kadal awaa
ladlf Mtlaa. ThU new dtacovary fff
aanta th aatural Juicaa af dtftatUa
aa thay aztat la a healthy atamaak.
amblaad with tha greatest koova taato
and raaanalruetlva preparHaa. Kadal
Dytpepct Cura do&a aat anr aura la
dJf aatlea aad dyspepsia, but this fajnewa
ramady awea all ciomaah troublaa ay
laaaalng, purltyinf, avaatanlBf aad
traafthaainf tha muaeua mamaraAaa
tUlaf tha atamaeh.
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
toea Healt ta tha auk aaa
atrn0tb tm tan Weak.
!. (1. 00 Stae holdina 3H anta
Ue trial u, which Mlii for 50a.
rvOT4 ay S. 0. I Witt ., Cfelaaaa.
Do you want
A few returned from
renting to be disposed of
at greatly reduced prices.
fc'cv(!i;il otlicr upright pi
linos which have been
ucd anl ciiii hardly he
(I ist iimu ili-l from nnw,
toll; olI'ercl :tl a rcat
di.scoimt. Tlicy include
lw I I 1 t I I I fl I it lW In 1 l'il In .1. at.
I Kimball. Mallets Davis.
These l:ir- rains air
..!.. .1 as f OITI ,,nv 590
l beau- tifu; up-
i i-lii s ai 125. $135. $150. A ve ry
line insi iiitncni :i( $-JM(. A full
sicl I'Mt piano, little, usol, now
$250. I'.-ihv payments if desired,
ami ail pi tims warrantol. all at
nice while thtr! is an assort incut
t s !. 4-t from. Mop: open -.ins-
ti.iy a ii' I at ur-
IRn'J-lf.OOV, Second avenue.
IT'S A PLEASURE
a good clcrar. If you have not
tried our cigars you have yet to
learn what really g(od cigars
are never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you want
something nice In cigars, tobac
co, pipe and smokcr'i articles,
give us a call.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
nmitalAa Hlk., 1704 Seron 1th
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains. It Is
quality that makes possible con
sumption of 00 per cent of the
combustible part of It, leaving a
light, clean ash; lastly. It's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bill
you're not paying for lirt. refuse
or tinbumables. The coal we han
dle, lroth hard and soft, deserves
all th pood things we and our
fatrons say for it. A ton will talk
fes loudly us a carload.
E. G. FRAZEP
STORIES OF STAGE.
Miss Fola Ia Follette. daughter of
Gov. Robert La Follette, of Wisconsin,
has been signed to appear with Ada
Rehan this season. Miss La Follette
has taken up dramatic art much
against the wishes of her father, but
she is bound to succeed and has in
formed her manager that she is will
ing to start in with a small part and
work her way to the top. The young
woman will have a part in "A Country
Girl," "School for Scandal," and
"Taming of the Shrew." Gov. La Fol
lette is rapidly becoming reconciled to
his daughter's desire, and his tirades
against the stage have ceased to ap
pear altogether. Miss La Follette is
a great social favorite in Madison,
Wis., where, as the daughter of the
governor, she figured prominently in
all state functions.
Great interest is being taken in the
production of "Fantana." to be made
a: the (larrick theatre. Chicago, short
ly by the Messrs. Shubert. From a
spectacular point in' view, it will un
doubtedly be the biggest undertaking
of th" season, while Sam S. Shubert
has gathered together a company far
superior to many or most of the all
s'ar organizations which have been
s'-en in the last few years. The roster
of the "Fantana"' organization includes
such names as Jefferson D Angelis,
I-rank Rtishworth. Hubert Wilkie, Rob
ert Hroderirk. George Heban. Adele
Ritchie. Katie Harry. Julia Sanderson,
Nellie Follis and Nellie McCoy. "Fan
tana" is described by its author as a
Japanese-American musical comedy.
Kv-ry effort has been made by Mr.
Shubert to carry out all the effects of
the Japanese scenes. Costumes have
been made from designs and plates
procured from Japan, while the scenes
will be actual reproductions of the
places mentioned in the play.
That the west is the best recruiting
place for the really active, vivacious
chorus girl who can sing as well as act.
is rapidly becoming recognized by the
big producing managers. For the last
three years two prominent eastern
managers have obtained most of the
members of their chorus from the
many musical colleges which Chicago
abounds in. The Messrs. Shubert are
the last managers to recognize the
value of Chicago as a recruiting place
for the show girls, and it is safe to
say that fully two-thirds of the chorus
girls in the Shubert shows this season
will be from the western city. Sam
S. Shubert declares the western girls
are not oniv better actresses, but thev
have better voices and an; far better
behaved than the Rroadwav beauties.
The chorus of "Fantana." the two
Chinese Honeymoon" companies and
Wang" are largely composed of girls
from Chicago and the middle west.
One of the most amusing features
introduced in "The Runaways." which
comes to the Illinois soon, is the "tree
of truth." I'nder this arbor is a seat,
and whenever a player sits thereon
and tells a lie the tree sends down
one or more of its oranges upon his
or her untruthful head. The reprobate
son of Gen. Hardtack, one of the prin.
cipal characters, is among the first to
"You are the only girl in the world
for me." he says, and a huge orange
drops squarely on his head, to the de
light of the spectators.
"Last Sunday." he says later. "When
I was at church
A shower of about a dozen oranges
interrupted him. and he made a hasty
retreat to resume his love-making un
der less incriminating shade. After
that all the truthful and wicked char
acters arc betrayed by the tree and
naturally the audience begins to take
an interest in everybody who sits un
der it. Finally Karb-'s tutu come.;.
"How old are you" inquires the gen
eral, as she takes her seat under the
ran ire-filled branches.
"Just she responded coquet tish-
lv. but to the surprise of all not an
orange falls. The tree is so astound
ed this time that if fails to respond.
Not long afterward the general says
softly: "You don't think I'm a bluff old
soldier do you?" and she replies:
"Aren't you a bluff old soldier."
Huston. Sept. 2". Joseph Jefferson,
the actor, will not ho seen on the stage
this season, and his son. William Win
ter .It fferson. will take his place in
"The Rivals" for the three weeks" tour
Joseph Jefferson has been at the
Hotel Touraine in this city for several
days, a voluntary prisoner, by the ad
vice of his physicians, who have urged
him to keep to his room until he de
parts for a stay at Palm Reach, Fla.,
within a few days.
Mr. Jefferson's condition is not re
garded as serious, but both his family
anil his physicians are a creed that he
should take no chances. For some
das he suffered severely from indiges
tion at Huzzard's Hay and partially re
covered and came to Hoston early last
Tlie change was advised by his phy.
sicians and he and his family took
apartments at the Touraine. where he
has since denied himself to what few
callers learned of his presence and has
been accessible only to his physicians.
If his condition warrants he will leave
for Florida Thursday or Friday.
An event which was important more
for what may come of it was the open
tnc last evening of the new Hyde &
Rehman music hall in Chicago. The
hall is the oil Iroquois theatre, in
which the awful tragedy of last De
cember was enacted, and the new man
agement has spent $n,ooit in making
it over. Whether this company can
make a place of amusement and laugh
Iter out of this charncl house remains
to be seen, and there are thousands of
Chicagoans who feel that the scene of
the awful fire tragedy can never be
made an amusement center again.
The dramatic event of the week was
the opening, in Chicago, last evening,
of the three years' tour of Miss Mar
lowe and Mr. Sothern in Shakespeare
They opened at the Illinois in a week
of "Romeo and Juliet." to be followed
in turn by a week of "Much Ado About
Nothing" and "Hamlet."
Marguerita Sylva is the headliner at
the Chicago opera house this week
She is successful as a vaudeville star.
Mary Mannering has declared her in-
ention of resting this season. No play
nor bookings have been secured for
her, so her absence from the stage for
a year seems certain.
WASTED MALE HELP.
WAXTKI) Tinners; apply to II. T. Sic
men. .".24 -1 '; Fourth avenue.
WANTED At Western Union Tele
graph company, 16-year-old boy with
n A.N I hD Two carrx-llters f"r rnuirli
work. Apply at .".31 Twelfth street.
r rank Simmons.
can use two or three
box naiii-rs f
r makitiK caiiniiisr boxes.
Apply at Iio
k Jslat.u canning fac
WANTED A few more live, euertietir
men two women for special work
in Illinois. Route to world's fair and
return ll desired. Expenses advanc
e:l ami salary paid weeklv. Write,
witlj stamp. S. H. Smedlev, Kurk
WANTED Men to loam barber trade.
Splendid demand for uraduates. Top
wanes pant, few weeks completes ny
our method. Can nearly earn expens
es before finishing:. Diplomas grant
ed. Write for catalogue. Aloler .Bar
ber follceo, Chicago. 111.
WANTED FEMALE HELP,
Pantry girls at the Harper
WANTED A sirl
at Motel Harms.
to wash silverware
-A nirl for general
1524 Ninth avenue.
work at 217
xrirl for peneral
WANTED A cook ami trirl at Wright's
restaurant. l!'j:j Second avenue.
WANTED A Kfil for general house
work, at J 1" 2 Seventeenth street.
WANTED A nirl for Keneral house
work. Apply li: Second avenue.
WANTED A competent girl for gen
eral housework at 7"S Seventeenth
WANTED Experienced dining room
girls at Dan's restaurant. 1011 Second
a veil ue.
WANTED irl for general housework.
No washing; good wages. Apply at
1 4 1 Third avenue.
WANTED Eight or 1" girls or women
for day work. Clean work: good pay.
Apply at Itock Island canning fac
WANTED A competent girl for gen
eral housework; one who can go
borne evenings preferred. Apply at
1Mii;i Second avenue.
WANTED A good cook. Oct. 1. for
Molinn residence. Address, giving
references. Mrs. Frank Gates Allen,
White Eedge, Michillinda. Mich.
WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue ex
plains bow we teach hairdressing.
manicuring and facial massage
quickly, mailed free. Moler Barber
college, Chicago, 111.
WANTED A German woman of middle
age or past middle age. who wants a
home, to live with lone woman.
Wages as agreeable. Companionship
the chief object. Address "O. 40,"
WANTED One or more experienced
dining room waitresses; wages, $!.
per month, with room and board. Ad
dress Will O. Clark. Clifton hotel, Ot
tawa. 111., stating when and where
you have been employed, etc.
WANTED Housework a few days a
week by young lady. Address "K.
r'.u." care Argus.
WANTED position in otllee or store,
by young man. t ' nders t a mis book
kit ping. Good 1'etVit nces. Address
F. E. V.. care Argus.
Position by experienced
r: faithful, quick and ac
i bookkeeper; reasonable
nnces. Address D., DM
WANT ED---A family of two desire to
rent a five ,.r six room cottage or
flat Address '!;. I..'- care Argus.
WANTED- Ladi'-s" and gents' shoes to
shine. Shoes called for and delivered
for la cents. '. E. Diekersoii; 'phone
.".2":. perry's cigar store.
WANTED Hoarders by the day or
week. First class board at reason
able prices. Telephone and all mod
ern conveniences. 1223 Second ave
nue. WANTED Iidies to visit the Noonday
Rest rooms at IS1S Third avenue,
near Y. M. C. A. building. Good
home cooked dinner from 11:30 to 2.
S;ppcr Saturday only from 5 to 8 p.
in. We exist for accommodation, not
profit. Rooms open all day to ladies
LOST AND FOUND.
L 1ST A pur of rimbss gold speeta-
. les. between Twelfth street an.l
Howibv's music store, or on Blue line
eat. Fiinbr leave at Argus office and
FOR SALE FARM PROPERTY.
For SALE Farm property. We have a
nice list of bargains in farms from
4ii to :.no a- res in Rock Island and
S-ott counties. Also will exchange.
Goldsmith A: McKee Co.
RCY LAND that will grow wheat. t in
ad land in the Alberta district, which
is known -is "The Queen Territory of
the Northwest." is in the middle of
th- wheat belt Always a crop. Value
gomsr higher every year. Price now
to $1.. per acre. We are agents
for Canadian dealers who control the
best in the Dominion. I-et us tell yon
about it. Iiw excursion rates every
first and third Tuesdav of each month.
Gibson iS. Co.. 422,3 Sixteenth street.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
FRANK SIMMONS Building and re
pairing. Residence and shop. 531
Twelftn street. Old 'phone west S48-2;
new 'phone 5."$.
JOHN VOLK Ac CO Contractors and
bu'.lders. Also manufacturers of
Msh. doors, blinds and mouldings.
Dealers in plate window and art
class. Offices n4 Cactory, 311 to 323
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping at 1116 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room, with all
modern conveniences, at 910 Second
FOR RENT Furnished room with all
modern conveniences, at 22"y Seventh
FOR RENT Three furnished
light housekeeping, at 32
l ooms fer
FOR RENT Furnished rooms fer g. n-
tlemt n Call at 141 t lfth-and-a-half
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 1400 4
Third avenue; entrance on Four
FOR RENT A furnished front room.
with all modern conveniences, at 122"
FOR RENT Twi
ill vellii nces
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; also sleeping rooms, at
1 4 o:! Second avenue.
FOR RENT A suite of live rooms, with
hot and cold water, bath room and
cellar, at 27a: Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at
1 :! I 3
Second avenue, with all modern
venieiices. and use of telephone.
FOR RENT Three unf urnismd rooms
for light housekeeping, with all mod
ern conveniences. Address 2."i Twenty-fourth
FOR RENT A suite oi unfurnished
rooms .one block from Elm street ear
line; all modern conveniences. Ap
ply at M7 Twenty-ninth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
with heat and all other convenience
including telephone. Men only, need
apply. Call at E'.i.U! Second avenue.
'OR RENT Furnished front rooms,
with modern conveniences and use of
'nhone. Also boa rd if desired. In-
luire at 112S Ninth avenue, or t all up
"OR RENT Two nicely furnished front
rooms suitable for either ladies or
gentlemen; modern conveniences and
use of 'phone, lmiuire at Twen
FOR RENT Rooms suitable for barber
shop on corner of Rock Island house;
small ground tloor office room on Sev
enteenth street, rear of Rock Island
house; also splendid office room on
office floor of Rock Island bouse.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A six-room house; good
istern and cellar. Apply on prem
ses. 32i" Tenth avenue.
FOR RENT Six-room bouse, with sew
er and water, at 22.1 iwenty-nrsi
street. Inquire 210;i Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Seven-room house, with
modern improvements. Inquire or
George McMaster, 2!C.2 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage, with
modern improvements, at 2l.i sixin
avenue. Inquire at 2S13 Sixth ave
nue. FOR RENT A seven-room house, with
all modern conveniences, and large
barn. 237 Sixth avenue. Inquire
next tloor west.
FOR RENT A six-room house with
city water. Corner Fifth avenue and
Forty-fourth street. Inquire of I. I'.
Wilson. 44i:t Fifth avenue.
'OR RENT An eight-room house, with
well, cistern and good cellar, one
block from car line. Apply on prem
ises. t;2."i Thirt v-tifth street.
FOR RENT One of the most desirable
flats in the three cities, with all mod
ern improvements, on Fourth :ivenm
between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets. Applv at American laundry.
FOR RENT Six room flat corner Sixth
avenue and Twentieth street: steam
heated: hot and cold water; furnace,
and all modern con venieiices. I it -tpiire
of M. M. Sturgeon, Room 1,
Mitchell ift Lynde building.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
'OR SALE A two-room house and
two lots for $l .il. if taken within .ai
days. Address L. G. S.. Argus othce.
FOR SALE Best bargains in lots on
Twenty-fifth street and Tenth ave
nue if taken at once. Easy payments.
Inquire Reidy Bros.
"OR SALE New live-room house on
Fourtei-nth-and-a-halr street. .Nice,
high lot. east front, city water, big
cellar and attic. Price. $l.!.".n. H. K.
"OR SALE At a bargain, a nine-mom
residence, partlv modern; city water,
well, cistern, tine cellar, two barns,
and buggy shed, two lots, large and
small fruit; located one-lialf block
from street car line. Very anxious to
sell. II. K. Walker.
FOR SALE Of interest t- investors. 1
have two splendid bus for sale in
Highland Park addition, corner Eigh
c entli avenue and Twenty-fust street:
twenty or mote tine shade trees; very
desirable. Also tine or two double
bouses in Huber iV pet-tz's addition;
paved street; good location; never va
cant. After paying expenses will net
from S to In per cent clear; J2.i"i"
ash will buy either one, the rest at
; p r cent on long tim--. Each part
has six rooms, pantry, and modernlv
equipped bath room; t.tire house
grained and newly papered, almost
new: contain hot air furnace-'. 1 also
have small house on good lot. with
well and shade and fruit trees, one
block west of mv new store in South
Rock Island: will sell Tor $""'. 1"'
cash, rest on time. W. C. .Mam ker.
rooms 1 and 2. Masonic tempi-. R'"-k
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Cheap, tine larg
base burner at 1 mi3 Second
FOR SALE A folding bed in good
dition: price. Address "H.
FOR SALE A Jewel range and a square
piano, both in good condition. New
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken at onc-. a
new delivery wagon. Apply at 72'J
FOR SALE A graphaphonc. large size,
and latest records, for $:;.". Apply
William Johnson. Hay Market square.
FOR SALE A Rood folding bed: also
several soft coal heating stovts:
t heap if taken ot once. Inquire at
2fi'H Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE A hard coal base burner:
also Russian iron wood stove: both in
excellent condition, and very cloap.
at 24S Seventh avenue.
HEATING AND PLUMBING.
CHANNON. PERRY & CO. Heating
and plumbing along scientific lines.
Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt
attention. 114 West Seventeenth
street. 'Phone 114S.
FOR SALE Good paying, grocery in
business section of city. Owner go
ing into another line, reason for sell
ing If you mean business, address
NI 2T.. care Argus office
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY
Bauersfeld Ar Sexton. proprietors.
Fine finish and quick service. 1&14
Third avenue. 'Phone west 1223.
PItO FESSI OX A I A TTO R ' EV S.
JACKSON. HURST A- STAFFORD At-
torneys-at-law. Office in Rock Isl
and National bank building.
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Abstracts ot
title. Othce in Bengston block.
SEARLE i MARSHALL Lawyers
Minify to loan on good real estate se
curity. Mitchell A: Lynde block, Kock
H. M. McOASKRIN Attorney-at-Law.
R ick Island and Milan. Rock Island
oflice in Bengston block. Milan otlict
on Main street.
JAMES F. MI'RPHY Attorney at Law.
General legal practice. Office room
IS. Mitchell Lymle building. I'nion
Electric phone .tul.
Ll'DOLPH & REYNOLDS Attorneys-
at-Law. Money to loan. General le
gal business. Notary public. 170."
Second avenue, Duford block.
Mcl'.NIRY c McENIRY Attorneys at
law. Loan money on good security:
mako collections. References. Mitch
ell Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell
V Lynde building.
CONNELLY i CONNELLY Attorueys-nt-Law.
N. A. Larson. Swedish Ad
vokat. Office over Crampton's book
store. 1719 Second avenue. Pensions.
Loans. Patents, etc.
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold goods :i specialty. oldest and
best companies, lowest rates. C. ft.
Chambeiliii. Mitchell .N: Lynde block.
PLEASANT F. CON Real estate and
insurance. Old lire companies repre
sented. Your patronage solicited.
'Phone union 03. Office over Thomas'
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
lite, accident, health and plate glass.
Real estate and loans. Room 2. Bu
ford block. Residence 'phone union
3;i, office union 113.
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property, 2' cents per $10i one year.
40 cents per $1h three years. 50 cents
per $100 five years. Call or address
C. R. Chamberlin, agent, Mitchell
HAYES & CLEAVELAND The pioneer
agency. Old time and fire tested com
panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass,
tornado, accident, life or almost any
form of risk. Ground floor office 21o
to 21S Eighteenth street.
GOLDSMITH M'KEE write the best
policies in Fire. Life, Accident. Health.
Plate Glass. Employers' Liability.
Burglarv. Tornado, Boiler. Elevator,
Physician's Liability and" Bonding In
surance. Call up 'phone 3SS for
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors', ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees', or
anv kind of judicial bonds; lodge and
society officers; city, state or U. S.
government officials: contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want l except bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes Ai Cleavc
IhiiiI, resident managers Fidelity &
Deposit company, of Maryland.
LEONARD DRACK Architect and su
perintendent. Skinner block, second
tloor. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 4
to a:30 p. m.
HENRY G AETI 1.1 E Proprietor Chip
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, lo7
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
CARDS 7." cents per loo. round cor
ners Jl per 10n; Invitations, note, let
ter beads and envelopes printed at
reasonable prices. Embossing; and
color work on tine stationary. New
phone 5615. Bleuer Bros., loll Sev
enth avenue. Rock Island.
MONET TO LOAN.
IF YOU WANT to build or buy a house,
we can loan you the money at cur
rent interest rates. Goldsmith & Mc
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate se
curity at lowest rates. Marion E.
Sweeney. attorney. rooms 33-3."i,
Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Isl
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on household goVids, horses,
wagons, etc., without removal anil in
a quiet way. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelitv Loan company, room
;;s. Mitchell Ai Lynde block.
. J. BURNS City and country real
estate If you have property for sab .
list it with me. If you want to buy
1 will do mv Inst to get you what
you want. R i 11. Mitchell Ai
Lynde block. Telephone U'.H.
MADAM HOWARD Full readings 2".
and ."at cents. Room 12, McKmnie
block, corner Fifteenth' street and
Fourth avenue. Entrance on Fif
teenth street. Moiine.
MADAM SWIFT, clairvoyant and palm
ist, gives true revelations in love af
fairs, law suits, divorce business, and
lianges: full reading'-. cents. of
fice, pint Third avenue, office hours.
1 loj.ij m.
MADAM ST. MARIE. Palmist and
clairvoyant. Tells you the past, pres
ent and future correctly. Tells you
everything pertaining to business,
marriage, divorce, love affairs, sick
ness, diath. accidents-, and everything
tif interest. One call will prove her
wonderful accuracy, office hours from
1 to in p. m. 70.", Fourth avenue. Take
.lie Blue line west.
AUGUSTANA COLLEGE Business de
partment. A thorough business
training given for entry into com
mercial life. T'-rms reasonable. Ap
ply at Augustana college.
VILLA DE CH ANTAL A home school
conducted for girls by the Sisters of
the Visitation. Rudimentary ar.d
higher branches and all polite ac
complishments taught. Twentb-th
street and Fifteenth avenue. Rock
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
port. Stocks, grain, provisions, cot
ton. Private wire to N-w York arid
Chicago. Offices l. Main street. Tel
t phone 4''7.
GEORGE H. SI DWELL & CO Com
mission merchants. Grain, bay and
provisions. Members of the Chicago
board of trade anil Chicago Btook ex
change. Established 2r, years. No.
."42 and Rialto building. Long
distance 'phone Harrison 2)66.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything. ensrge help or secure
a situation, the Mail is the one pa
per in Moiine that can do it for you.
Mail wants are popular and Mail
wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash
in advance; 2-'ent stamps will do.
Evening ar.d Saturday Mail, Moiine,
PAR I DoN &: SON Artistic Interior
decoration. Finest line of late paper
carried and skilled workmen employ
ed. Moderate prices. 417 Seven
Sale of Real Eatate.
By virtue of an order and decree of
the county court of Rook Island county,
Illinois, made on the petition of the un
dersigned. Anna Sch wennecker, execu
trix of the estate of Henry Schwenne
ker. deceased, for leave to sell the real
estate of said deceased, at the August
term. A. P., 1904 of said court, to-wit:
on the 11th day of August lyn4. 1 shall
on the 21st day of September next, at
the hour of two o'clock in the after
neon of said day. sell at public sale,
at tne east entrance of the court house,
in the city of Rock Island in said
county, the real estate described as
follows, to wit:
The thirteenth (13th) acre or out lot
thirty-seven t37). in the southwest
quarter (') of section twenty-live 2..
Township nineteen I9) north, range
one 1 ). east of thf fourth principal
meridian, excepting therefrom the fol
lowing described portion thereof, to
wit: Commencing in the middle of the
street on the north line of said above
described acre, thence running south
twenty-one feet t21 f t. : thence run
ning east two hundred feet t2n0 ft.);
thence running west on the north line
of said above described acre, to the
place of beginning, in Itock Island
iintv, Illinois, ami being tne same
premises described in a certain deed
f conveyance executed by N iliiam
Hennicke to Lorenz Dilgvr, bearing date
11th tlav of September A. D.. 1MS and
tiled for record on the 2!th day of
September. A. 1 .. ltls. in the othce of
tlie recorder of deeds in the county of
Rock Island and State ot Illinois, and
duly recorded in Book 4 it of Deeds, on
page 2'i thereof; and also in a cer
tain tleed from Louisa Zeigler (wife of
Lorenz Dilgcr. deceased and l-.mi.i.'i
Zeigh-r. to Henry Schwcnneeker. which
deed bears date Oct. .Mli.lM'a, and was
the 21st day of October. A .!..
1S9" tiled for record in the othce ot
the recorder of deeds in the County of
lio. k Island, and State of Illinois, and
inly recorded in Book 104 ot deeds,
it page 17ti thereof: including the es
tate of dower of tin- undersigned, widow
f said deceased, therein, on the fol
lowing terms, to-wit: Cash in hand.
Dated this K.th day of August, A.
an.na sunn i;.N.M.uhisi.i;.
Executrix of the Estate of Henry
Sch wennecker. Deceased.
JACKSON. HURST Ai STAFFORD,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
of Illinois, Rink Island Conn-
In the County Court
r term. A. I. Ilmi. 1
to the tli to
tition to Sell
Real Estate to Pay Debts.
Gilmore Hubert, administrator of the
estate of Oil more lloliert. deceased,
petitioner, vs. Margaret Dunlap. Sar
ah J. Ilobert. Marv t'osgro. John Un
belt. Peter II Hubert. Elizabeth Wag
tier. Annie Mvers. William Ilobert.
Joseph Ilobert. Ida Bear. I'.elle Cisli
op. Albert .1. Whitney, administrator
of the estate of I'lavel .1. Whitney,
deceased, and A. J. Miller, di leiid
To the above named defendants, pe
ter 11. Hubert. Elizabeth Wagner. Annie
Myers. Williaai Ilobert. Joseph Ilobert
Hid Ida Bear, and each of them.
Affidavit of your non-resiib in e and
of the non-residence of each of you.
having been bled in the above entitled
use 111 the office ot the undersigned
clerk of the county court of the county
of Rock Island and state of Illinois.
you are hereby notified that the above
named petitioner has. heretofore, on
the lirst day of September. A. D. 1!"'3.
tiled in said county court his petition.
on the probate side ot sain court, pray
ing for an order of said court to sell
the following described real estate, of
which the said decedent died seized, to
wit: The southeast quarter ('i'- "f the
northwest quarter '.. of section num
ber twenty C'iii. township number six
teen (Hit. north ot range tour if) west
if the fourth (ll principal meridian,
lituateii in the countv of Rock Island
in. I state of Illinois; that said petition
has been duly am'-ndcd; that tie- above
named are the parties to said cause.
md that said cause stands continued in
said court, ami is still pending therein:
hat you have been made del emla nt s
hereto; that a summons has been issued
u said cause against you. returnable to
the October term. A. D. P.UH. ot said
oiiit. to be begun and hidden in the
ourt house in the city of Rock Island,
n said county and state, on tne lirst
Monday of October. A. D. lOnt. at which
inn- you will appear and plead, answer
ir demur to said petition, as a nurn.
It Noll see fit.
Dated at Rmk Island. III., this litll
day of September. A. I . lOul.
III..Mil I.. Ill lill.llll'.
Clerk of Said County Court.
HARRY M. M'CASKRI.'t. ACorncy for
d mill ist i a tor.
if Catherine Collins,
l'l.e undersigned, having been :ip-
lointed executor ot the last will :i inl
estametit of Catherine Collins, late of
county of Itock Island, state of 11-
Itiois. dec. ascil. I.ereby gives I I'
hat he will appear before the county
i ourt of Rock Island county, at the
eouiitv ei. urt room, in tin- city of Rock
i- ; a! the November term, oil the
i.i. -i .Ntoud'iy ill November, next, at
v. lime all p ir ons having claim
auaoist said estate arc notified an-l re
quested to attend for the purpose of
having tie- same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make i ui tneii at t e pay
un lit to the undersigned.
D. P."' I.
this Mil dav o! Si. pt e ; n lier, o .
M ATTN E W M A R N E Y.
Estate of John Crubnugh. deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed executors of tlie last will and
testament ot John Crubaugh. late of the
countv of Rock Island, deceased, here
by give not that Ho y will nppiar be
fore the county court of Itock Island
county at the county court room, in
tli.- ci'iv of Rock Island at the Novem
ber feiin. on th- tirst Monday in Novem
ber to-xt. at which tune all P'isons
having claims against said estate art:
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate
ar. requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this K.th day of September.
A. D. P"i4.
SARAH CRURA! OH,
ELMORE W. HURST.
J,o kson. Hurst A. Stafford. Attorneys.
Estate of Jessie A. 1 1 a f I i n g t o i , .
The undersigned, having been
r.omted administratrix o the ctat
Jessie .. Harrington. J.tte of the county
of p.... k Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will
appear before i lie onniy lourt of Ro. k
Island county, at the countv court loom,
in the i itv of Ro. k Island, at tie No
vember term, on th- tirst Monday in
Nov. ruber te xt, at which lime all per
sons having claims against said esLite
are notified and reque-H'd to attend for
tl-e purpose of having Ho- same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to s.nd estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
I. tied piW. dav of September. A. D.
p.. j ANNA E. HARRINGTON.
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located
'..7'".7 let t above the sc;u All year
rieind resort. A perfect place for
rest. For particulars, addr'ss Dr.
Dani'l S. Perkins, medical director.
Las Vegas. N. M.
EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AND CAR.
West Seventeenth, street. Old 'phon
137. n-w 'phone r,.",v New storage
building Express, baggage, 'bus ar.d
cab calls answered day or night.
KM PI It E COAL COKE COM PA NY
Wholesale and retail dealer. in bi
tuminous and anthracite coal.
Prompt delivery service. Office. 171?
First avenue. Telephone went 12'J1).
Estate of Mary Ganahl. deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed administrator with the will an
nexed of the estate of Mary Ganahl.
late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that he will appear before the
county court of Rock Island, at the
county court room, in the city of Rock
Island, at tlie November term, on tint
first Monday in November next, at which
time all persons having claims against
said estate are nottucd and requested
to attend for the purpose of having tho
same adjusted. Ail persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 23rd tlav of August. A. D.
1!04. GEORGE C. WENGER.
Administrator, with the will annexed.
JAMES F. MURPHY. Attorney.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Wiiiitlm Thicme. deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that
the nmlci'signi .1 administrator has this
day filed his final report and settlement
as such in the county court of Kock
Island comity, and hearing on said re
port has been set for Oct. ;. pin l.
at !i o'clock a. m. at which
time persons interested may appear
and make objections thereto, and IP
no objections are filed, said report will
be approved at that time, and the un
dersigned will ask for an order of tlis
trihuiion, and will also ask to be dis
Ro.-k Island. 111.. Sept. II. 1004.
'ATKXT and trademark office, room
11. Mitchell ,vi Lynde building. Ro, k
Island. James F. Murphv. associate,
branch of Moore Co.. patent attor
neys. Washington, D. C, and Chica
RAILWAYS AND STEAMERS.
Railway Tickets may be purchased
at the city ticket office, 1829 Second
avenue, or C. R. I. Ai 1'. depot. Fifth av
enue, foot of Thirty-first street. 'Phone
west HH3. west 1423. FRANK IL
PLUMMER. C. P. A.
Trains. j East- Went.
Denver Limited & I
Omaha Id 1:45 am a 2:65 am
Ft. Worth. I river
Ai Kansas t'.tv. . .d a :20 ani'dlO :30 pni
Minneapolis ;d (i;2rt :im!a 1' :10 pm
Davenport & Chi- I I
cago (1 7: 10 am d 7:00 pni
Omaha Ai Minne- I
apolis 1 1 T. am. a S:10nm
Colorado At ( Ima ha . Ul 1 : 10 pm'd 1 0 : 1 ( pni
oes Aioinea At orna-l
a S:40 am
d B:G0 am
Denver. Lincoln &
d 1:00 am
d 7:00 am
d B:15 pm
Des Moines Express 1:15 pm -St.
Paul & Minne
apolis a 1:40 am!
Ocuver. Ft. Worth
At Kansas i "i t y . . . J :i 5:1T amM10:30pm
Kansas Citv. St. I j
Joe & California. all:10 pm'd 7:10 am
Rock Island &
Washington ial2:50pm d 1:25 pra
d 1:55 pm 2:00 pin
a 4:55 pmld 7:10 am
a 6:45 pm 9:50 am
Rock Island Ai
Omaha & Dea
Cedar Rapid3 &
d 8:05 pm a 2:42 pm
Rock Inland t Peoria Dlvlnlon.
Trains leave Twentieth street fto.
tlon. Main line trains start from main
depot tui Fifth avenue 5 minutes In ad
vance of time given.
1 1 ns.
St. L.. Indpls. ...
Peoria rM St. Louis.
Peoria. Indpls, Cin.
Sherrard Accom. ...
Cable Ai Sherrard
Cable At Sherrard.. .
1 :45 pm
r. -r.r. i.m
a arrival, d departure, dally, ex
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON A QUINCY
Depot, Second avenue and Twentieth
street. Telephone, old 1180. new 6170.
F. A. Rl UDELL. Agent.
I Leave. Arrive.
I'et.ria, Ouiney . .
St. Louis, Kansas
City. Denver and
Sterling and points
intermediate . . . .
La Crosse, St.
Paul. Minn, and
Clinton, 1 luhuquc . .
Clinton and inter
mediate poi n t s
7:15 ami 7:05 pm
s -stop at Rock Island for meals,
daily except Sunday.
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
Railway D., R. I. & N. W. passen
ger station at foot of Seventeenth
street. S. B. STODDARD, Agent. P. L.
lliiirichs, commercial agent, 303 Brady
Trains. Leave. Arrive.
St. Paul. Mil
Elf.' in and Chicago,
IS. W. Limited..
City (S. W. Lim
ited) Muscatine, Wash
EI in, "h l.; go . .
Fi t eport
7:00 am 8:I5 pm
4:15 am 10:15 pm
10:lipm 4:11 am
1:18 am 11:10 pm
I II pm ll:tO am
J3:45 pmJJ :40 am
daily except Sunday.
ACME PACKET COM PANT Dally Una
for Clinton and all polnt9 between.
& i Wi"ir-.&on th
BTEAMER CITY OF WINONA.
Arrive 10:30 a. m., Davenport: leava
3 p. rn.
Arrive 10:45 a. m.. Rock Island; lear
3:1". p. m.
For rate and further Information,
apply to F. W. BLACK, Agent.
Hock lland III
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET COMPANY
Burlington and Intermediate points.
STEAMER HELEN BLAIR.
Leaves Monday, Wednesday and Frl
day at 4 p rn.
Leaver Sunday for Muscatine only aO
4:30 p. m.
For rates and further Information,
apply to F. W. BLACK, Agent,
THE WORLDS FAIR ROUTE.
For St. Loi::-" and point" between,
boa; wi,! I'-.tve at 3:1.", p. m. S pt. 10,
2'. ':.. o". Oct. .",. pi. :,, 20. 2", ar.d 3n.
For Sr. Paul and points between,
boats will b-.ivc at p. rn. S' pt. lv, 15,
2'i, 20, 3'l. Oct. ",. pi. and 2.7.
GEORGE LA MONT, Agent.
Office. IK". Seventeenth BlrceL. Tele
phone, old 1100, new tloi.