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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1004.
UnSer all curablecondifcns
Mr. D. KaubU of
Nevada. O.. wt
Mr.W. W. Ly
Ur of Hi'Uard,
urad by Kodol
Pa., vu cured
the i of
Ecjny Unlng Iterplclele on Account of
Th ladies who have useel Newbro's
nerpicide speak "f it I" ihe highest
terms, for its quick effect In cleansin
I he scalp of dandruff and alj?o for Us ex-re-lle-nce
as n. general ha lr-dressln.tr. Tt
malo-i; the pcalp feel fresh ami It allays
th:it itching which dandruff will caus-
,i.Kl,r's TIcrpIcide effectively cures
l indr tiff, as it destroys the perm that
causes it. The pamo germ causes hair t
full out. and liter baldness; In killing It.
Jl.-rnicid.- steps falling hair and prevents
.-.!dt:f. It i also an idf.il hair dress
In;:, f-.-r H lends an aristocratic: chr.m to
tin- hair that Is quite elist inet ivr. Pole
l-y lemling druggists. Send 10c. in rtamp?
f..r s-!inpl to The Herpi-Ide Co., Dc
For eale by T. H. Thomas, drtipfriBt
It's Quality That Count?
In coal it's quality that makes
boat, it's quality that retains. It la
quality that makes possible con
Buiuption of 90 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 unburn ables. The coal we han
die, both hard and soft, deserves
all the good things we and our
patrons say for it. A ton will talk
ta loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZEP
ITS A PLEASURE
a good cigar. If you have not
tried our cigars you have yet to
learn what really good cigars
are never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you waist
om't hing nice in cigars, tobac
co, pipe and smoker's articles,
give us a call.
S. r.i. Arndt & Co.,
Bengston Blk., 1706 Second Ave.
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bottle to PH1Ll HAY CO., 2i Lefar-tte et..
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For sale by T. II. Thoma.
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OF BIG FAIR..
At the World's Fair. St. Louis, Sept.
2C. My plan for keeping John off the
pike worked beautifully. He said we
ought to go down the pike "as a part
of Jane's education." And Jane show
ed an alarming disposition to agree
with him. It is hard to impress men
and children with the fact that the
"educational" features of this great ex
position are not all on the pike.
I don't expect to keep either of them
otf the pike very long, but think of
three intelligent Americans making
"pikers" of themselves on their first
day's visit to the fair! We must set
the foreigners here a better example.
So we went to the Philippine villages
auJ the Boer war first, and it sufficed
to temporarily allay John's thirst for
the pike, and being strictly educational
as well as exciting, it fully satisfied
my notions as to how sane people
should tackle the fair.
The visit to the Philippine encamp
ment serves to impress one with the
big jo!) Uncle Sarn has o;i his hand3
in undertaking to "assimilate" the dus
ky children of the Orient. If I had
to do any of the "assimilating" I
would choose the Bagobos. They are
my favorites. They are the neatest
dressers and apparently the most eager
to become Americanized. They wear
clothing made out of hemp cloth, which
they weave themselves, and which they
cover with beads of elaborate and
tasteful design. I talked with a Bago
bo boy l:; years old. who received but
three months schooling in an Ameri
can school and he talked very good
English. He said his name was Urba
no. I drew from a sheath at his side
a bolo about a foot and a half long,
an ugly looking weapon, very skill
fully and artistically made. He looked
peaceful and docile enough, but he had
evidently heard President Roosevelt's
injunction to 'speak softly and carry
a big stick."
We saw the fur- famed dog-eating
Igorotes and their dog dance, and to
tell the naked truth (for we have to
get down to bare facts when speaking
of the Igorotes t they are really hand
some fellows, of superb physique.
They were innocent of any raiment
save a small clout, and their bodies
had acquired what Jane called "a
lovely golf tan." I wouldn't be sur
prised t learn next summer that the
"Igorote tan" is quite the rage. I don't
I; now what the dog-dance was for tin.
less it was to whet their appetites for
the two mangy-looking canines that
were chained to on- of the huts. If
eating broiled bull terriers produces
such lithe-limbed, shapely fellows, per
haps a dog iiet would be better for
some of us than so many new-fangled
Wo got the real thing over at the
Boer war at least as near the real
thing as I ever want to see. It was
what John calls a "thriller." and when
anything thrills him you may know it
is not a game of ping-pong. There
was red hot fighting all along the line
after the war opened, but it took a
long time for it to open. There was
the grand entry of English and Boer
infantry, dashing cavalry, a company
t Cordon Highlanders, wild Zulus,
Boer t recking wagons, oxen and mule
The massed British and Boer contin
gents drawn up in line on the parade
round were an impressive sight. Soon
the booming of cannon, the ping-ping
of rifles and the spat-spat-spat of the
rapid-fire guns told us that the battle
of Colenso was on. The bullets appat
ently flew thick and fast for men fell
from their horses, artillerymen drop
ped at their guns, and horses fell to
the earth. Some of the horses had to
be coaxed a great deal before they
would fall. but. others dropped as
though shot to death. The slaughter
was terrible. The advance line along
Modder river was mowed down one al
ter the other. Finally with a cheer
the Boer cavalry swept down into the
river and across the plain and Cronje
the real Boor general, not an imita
tion was seen in the clearing smoke
waving the Boer colors amidst the
houts of his victorious followers.
And then John got up and yelled.
There is Dutch blood in John's veins.
He was immensely delighted with the
Boor war exhibit because during the
afternoon the British are beaten twice
and the Boers but once. I advise no
one to miss the Boer war.
t. a. n.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper Fred S. Whiting.
Waukee. I..wa; W. P. Williams. Waco;
H. M. Ell well. Macomb; P. J. Dillon.
Boston; Abe Hosenlield. Chicago; J.
H. Boyd. Calva; L. Ioewen Thue. Peo
ria; S. H. Spaulding. Charles E. Sut
ton. Chicago: Mrs. J. C. Braim. W.
Weyrus and wife. Sioux City: A. M.
Amidon. New York; M. D. Rosenfield,
Moline; U S. Patterson. New York;
W. F. Purcell. Chicago: H. E. DeCraff,
Three Oaks; J. Ramser. city; A. S.
MacFarland. Boston: F. Flaherty. I'
J. Tcmpleton: George H. Briser. A. A,
Menpard, A. Wouns. Chicago: E. J.
Bone. Boston: C. D. Rowell. Chicago:
E. K. Rhoades. Philadelphia: Thomas
Kyle. Chicago: F. W. Bireley, Peoria:
W. F. Neilson. R. D. Wringer. Chica
go: L. J. Hill. Cleveland; W. W. Wad
dell. John Stone. Chicago: E. Lindauer.
Chicago: W. H. Ritter. New York: F.
L. Darrow. San Francisco: Alvin J.
Burtz. Chicago: F. E. Hamon. Cedar
Rapids: James Rich. Milwaukee: Mrs
A. E. Powers: E. Woec'ius, Vasa. 111.;
S. M. Hamilton. E. Hirsh. Charles A.
Piatt, A. P. Carrico. E. Scyforth.
George D. Fletcher. Chicago: C. N.
Williams. Peoria; M. 1 Davis. Mar
ion; A. H. Greene and wife, Tallaper-
Jons, Ga.; W. B. Baker, Grand Rapids;
G. B. Chapman, Chicago; F. D. Giles,
j Jr.. New York; W. W. Xewhall, Kan
! sas City; W. E. Wilkins, Detroit, V.
i L. Powers, Cleveland.
At the Harms (European) T. W.
Emerson, Minneapolis; H. Parsons.
Chicago: O. M. Scharffi Quincy, 111.;
S. R. Moon. Boston; G. M. Baker, Kan
sas City: C. J. Patterson, St. Louis;
F. W. Eades. Burlington; P. J. Ander
son, Alton. 111.; D. M. Murray, Joliet,
HI.; E. L. Wooley. Dixon. 111.; O. C.
Griggs. New York: W. Handrill. Tope
ka, Kans. ; Dan Driscoll. E. J. Paup,
Preston, Iowa; M. K. Palmer, Chicago;
George W. Strawn, Cincinnati, Ohio;
Robert Frazer, Chicago; Carl Kraft,
Chicago; C. E. Godden. Chicago; F. H.
Fischer. Chicago; J. F. Oberg, Boston;
R. E. Brown. Peoria: G. A. Hadley,
Chicago; V. A. Wilson. Chicago; John
Lloyd. Peoria; S. J. Swift, New York;
C. E. Sutton. Chicago; P. M. Ryan,
Chicago; G. W. Anthony, Chicago; C.
M. Walton. Decatur; G. E. Holmes.
Burlington; S. J. Madden. New York;
B. E. Aiiams. Elgin. 111.: P. J. Hersh.
Chicago; R. A. Harding. Chicago; F.
J. Hilton. Chicago; S. J. Lambert and
wife. Aledo; F. W. Eaton, Chicago; M.
C. Randell. Chicago: C. C. Wolf. Kan
sas City; H. H. Williams, St. Paul;
M. E. Purcell, Milwaukee: M. J. Don
ald. Chicago; S. J. Sweet. Chicago;
V. A. Hardy. New York; Charles Piatt,
At the Rock Island (European) F.
A. Tripp, A. If. Chicago: B. F. Spring
gate, Cincinnati: L,. M. Hirr. M. W.
Rothford. S. E. Sandas. Peoria; J. R.
Weber. St. Ixmis; N. E. Ives. Gales-
burg; W. I). Hare, Monmouth; J. Ba
ker, Letts. Iowa; George W. Schriver,
Lamo, Mo.; Tom Binks, Bloomington;
J. G. Manlick, Peoria; W. R. Carey.
Carbon Cliff; S. L. Bayliss; E. Lee.
Aledo; M. O. Waggone, Galesburg; II.
Kassens. Cincinnati: Pete Lister, Clin
ton; J. S. Dailey. Chillicothe. F. J. Gos-
telow. Prophetstown ; M. B. Parish,
Memphis, Twin.; H. Wirt, city; Wil
liam Strohmeier; Pat Carr. Ladd. 111.;
W. R. Russell, Danville; D. McDong-
nald, Oglesby; M. Greeley and wife.
Peabody, Kans.; J. B. Mackie. Chica
Advertised Letter List No. 39.
Following is the list of letters re
maining uncalled for at the Rock Isl
and postoftice for the week ending
Sept. 24. 1901: E. M. Anderson. Char
ley Albright. Clinton Anderson. An
thoy Beale. Madam Bias, Miss Beulah
Hisle. Miss Emma Hill. Mrs. J. E.
Keyes, James Kelley. Otis Luchman.
Jos. Lehrer. James Loaghlin. J. A.
Mitchell. G. E. Mitchler, Mrs. R. J.
Murphy. A. Murphy. R. S. Meade, J.
J. McCarthy, Ephraim Olson, Michael
Omalley. John T. Peterson. Miss Lulu
Preston. W. D. Penwarden. S. S.Shir
ley. J. H. Schmidt, Mrs. Visick, John
Visick. W. H. Wesley. Geo. C. Witt,
T. H. THOMAS, P. M.
Has sold a Pile of Chamberlain's
I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for more than 20 years, and it
has given entire satisfaction. I have
sold a pile of it and can recommend it
highly. Joseph McElhiney, Linton,
Iowa. You will find this remedy a
good friend when troubled with acough
or cold. It always affords quick re
lief and is pleasant to take. For sale
by all leading druggists.
MADAM HOWARD Full readings 2j
ii nd 50 o-nts. Room 12, McKinnie
block, corner Fifteenth street and
Kourth avenue. Kntrance on Fif
teenth street, Moline.
MADAM I.A Di:V, the life reader, has
returned to this city for a few days.
Sh- is w-ll known in Moline and Hock
Island, ami many people in tioth cit
ies can testify to her ability to reveal
future happi ninsrs with wonderful ac
curacy. She Kivrs u full reading and
answers all questions for ..r crit.
Hours from !i a. m. to U p. m. 1407
MADAM ST. MARIK. Palmist and
clairvoyant. Tells you the rast. pres
ent and future correctly. Tells you
everything pertaining to business,
marriage, divorce, love affairs, sick
ness, death, accidents, and everything
of Interest. One call will prove her
wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
1 to 1" p. m. 705 Fourth avenue. Take
.lie Uliie line west.
Al'CL'STAN'A COLI.KGE Business de
partment. A thorough business
trainiiiK Kiven for entry Into com
mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at Aupustana college.
,'IL.L.A DE CHANTAL, A home school
conducted for girls by the Sisters of
the Visitation. Rudimentary and
hisher branches and all polite ac
complishments tauerht. Twentieth
street and Fifteenth avenue. Rock
IlKNIiY CAETIIJE Proprietor Chip
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store. 1C07
Second avenue. Telephone 11 10.
FRANK 1 1. SWEXLINK Contractor:
house, bupfjy and watrun paintinjr;
truiiil work: low prices: satisfaction
jf uarantee.l. Address Box 431. Rock
PAl:llOX A: SOX Artistic interior
decoration. Finest line of late paper
carried and skilled workmen employ
ed. Moderate price. 417 Seven
E. J. BURN'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 &
Lvr.de block. Telephone 1191.
IF YOl' WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mail is the one pa
per in Moline that can do it for vou.
Mail wants are popular and Mall
wants brine results. One-half cent
per word Is the price to all alike, cash
in udvanee; 2-cent stamps will do.
Evening and Saturday Mail, Moline,
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT One nicely furnished room
at 1417 Fourth avenue. All modern
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 1400 Ms
Third avenue; entrance on Four
FOR RENT A furnished front room,
with all modern conveniences, at 1220
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with
modern conveniences", centrally lo
cated; 17o2 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room, with all
modern conveniences, for gentlemen
only, at yil) Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modern,
with private family: furnace heat:
1218 Fourth avenue. Rock Island.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms,
on tirst tloor, suitable tr housekeep
ing. Inquire at ."23 Nineteenth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms.
also good board, at the (n-rraan house.
;:57 Seventeenth street. Prices rea
sonable. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room.
with modem conveniences, at 1221
Fourth avenue. Ueiitlenien. only,
FOR RENT A furnished front room.
with heat and alt modern improve
ments, for gentlemen only, at SI 'J
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping, with all mod
ern conveniences. Address 825 Twenty-fourth
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms.
with heat and all otner conveniences,
including telephone. Men only, need
applv. Call at 1303 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front
rooms suitable tor either ladies or
gentlemen: modern conveniences and
use of 'phone. Inquire at 53 Twen
FOR RENT Rooms suitable for barber
shop on corner of Rock Island house;
small ground floor office room on Sev
enteenth street, rear of Rock Island
house: also splendid office room on
office floor of Rock Island house.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
A cottage. Inquire E. A.
It; Twelfth street.
FOR RENT A six-room house; good
cistern and cellar. Apply on prem-
I C, 1 t-lll
FOR RENT Seven-room house, with
furnace and all modern improvements.
Inquire of Oeorge MeMaster, 2952
FOR RENT A live-room cottage. $7. on
Seventeenth street. South Rock Isl
and, near Richmond's brick yard. In
quire on premises.
FOR RENT Six room flat corner Sixth
avenue and Twentieth street: steam
heated: hot and cold water; furnace,
and all modern conveniences. In
quire of M. M. Sturgeon, Room H',
Mitchell & lynde building.
JACKSON, IIl'RST & STAFFORD At-
tornevs-at-ia w. wmce in iiocit .isl
and National bank building.
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Abstracts ol
title. Office in llengston block.
SEARL.E & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Monev to loan on good real estate se
curity. Mitchell & Lynde block, Rock
H. M. McCASKIUN Attorney-at-Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock lsianu
fliee In Bengston block. Milan oilice
on Main street.
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at Law.
Oeneral legal practice. unice room
13. Mitchell fc Lynde building. Union
Klectric 'phone 5G01.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS Attorneys-
at-Law. Aioney to loan, uenerai le
gal business. Notary public. 1705
Second avenue, liuford block.
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys at
law. Loan money on good security;
make collections. References. Mitch
ell .t Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
ti Lynde building.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys-
at-Law. N. A. Larson, Swedish Ad
vokat. Office over Crampton's book
store. 1719 Second avenue. Pensions,
Loans, Patents, t tc.
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold goods a specialty. Oldest and
best companies, lowest rates. C. R.
Chamberlin. Mitchell & Lynde block.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
insurance. Old tire companies repre
sented. Your patronage solicited.
'Phone union ti3. OHice over Thomas'
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glass.
Real estate and loans. Room 2, liu
ford block. Residence 'phone union
3tl, office union 113.
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property, 2i cents per $100 one year,
10 cents per $100 three years. GO cents
per $100 live years. Call or address
C. R. Chamberlin, agent, Mitchell &
L- nde building.
H A YES & CLEAVELAND The pioneer
agency. Old time and tire tested com
panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass,
tornado, accident, life, or almost any
form of risk. Grouuil floor office 210
to 21S Eighteenth street.
GOLDSMITH & M'KEK write the best
policies in Fire, Life. Accident. Health.
Plate Glass. Employers' Liability,
Burglary. Tornado. Roller. Elevator,
Physician's Liability and Bonding In
surance. Call up 'phone 3S for
WE WILL BOXD YOU Executors', ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees', or
any kind of judicial bonds: lodge and
society officers: city, state or L". S.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
bond you want except bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave
land. resident managers Fidelity &
Deposit company, of Maryland.
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.
Sweenev, attornev. rooms 33-7.5,
Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Isl
and. 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
38. Mitchell & Lynde block.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
port. Stocks, grain, provisions, cot
ton. Privat" wire to New York and
Chicago, offices 109 Main street. Tfcl
e p hone 407.
GEORGE IL SIDV.'ELL & CO. Com
mission merchants. Grain, hay and
provisions. Members of the Chicago
board of trade and Chicago stock ex
change. Established 25 years. No.
f.42 and r,43 Rialto building. Long
distance 'pnone Harrison 26C6.
LEONARD DRACK Architect and su
perintendent. Skinner block, second
Moor, office hours, 10 to 12 a. in., 4
to 5.30 p. m.
WANTED Five good solicitors at
Bartlett Bros'., 1.1!-120 Third ave
nue. WANTED At Western Union Tele
graph company, 10-year-old boy with
WAXTED A good, bright office boy
about 17 years of age. Apply at once
to the Lewis Rooting company.
WANTED Boy who wants to work.
No other need apply. Rock Island
Rug company. 2225 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A competent gentleman
bookkeeper: permanent position; ref-
rences required. Address "T. 3if."
WANTED At once, experienced can
vassers to advertise for grocery trade
in Illinois territory. References re
quired. Address "I. It. B-." care Ar
WANTED Twenty laborers to work for
the United States on Illinois and Mis
sissippi canal, below Milan boatyard,
al $1.25 per day of eight hours, with
board. Inquire at canal office, Milan.
WANTED Two energetic men to trav
el for Chicago concern. Must be
hustlers of good address. Apply with
refeiences at Windsor hotel. Daven
port. Iowa, this evening. 1 1. V. Van
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Splendid demand for graduates. Top
wages paid. Few weeks completes by
our method. Can nearly earn expens
es before finishing-. Diplomas grant
ed. Write for catalogue. Moler Bar
ber college, Chicago, 111.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper
WANTED A girl for general house
work at 1524 Ninth avenue.
WAXTED A girl for general house
work at 217 Fifteenth street.
WAXTED Two women for kitchen
work at the Rock Island house.
WAXTED A girl for general house
work. Apply 1 o 0 3 Second avenue.
WANTED A cook and a girl at
Wright's restaurant. 1'.'23 Second av
enue. WANTED A girl for light housework.
Apply at 2G11 Fifth avenue. Thiele's
WANTED An assistant milliner trim
mer to apply at once at the New York
WANTED Girl for general housework.
No washing: good wages. Apply at
1401 Third avenue.
WANTED Girls. Those tinder Hi need
not apply. Tucker, the printer. Ids
Second avenue. "Phone west. 451.
WANTED A good cook, Oct. 1, for
Moline residence. Address, giving
references. Mrs. Frank Gates Allen,
White Ledge, Michilliuda. Mich.
WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue ex
plains how we teach hairdressing.
manicuring and facial massage
quickly, mailed free. Moler Barber
college, Chicago, 111.
WANTED Iidies to learn ball room
dancing at Graham's dancing school.
Third anil Gaines streets. Davenport.
Telephone North 57. or call at resi
dence of J. J. Graham. 1301 West Third
street. 5:3i p. m. to 7 p. m.
WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Lady or gentleman of fair
education, to travel for a lirm of
$25o.ono capital. Salary. $1,072 pi-r
year and expenses; paid weekly. Ad
dress, with stamp, J. A. Alexander,
Rock Island. 111.
WANTED Position by experienced
stenographer; faithful, quick and ac
curate; also bookkeeper; reasonable
wages; references. Address D., 1810
WANTED Two roomers at 425 Twelfth
WANTED To rent, on or before Oct.
20. modern cottage, by gentleman and
wife. Address "M. W.." care Argus.
WANTED Ladies" and gents" shoes to
shine. Shoes c alled for and delivered
for 10 cents. C. E. Dickerson; 'phone
52o3, Berry's cigar store.
WANTED Boarders by the day or
week. First class board at reason
able prices. Telephone and all mod
ern conveniences. 1229 Second avc-
WAXTED To rent, a live or six-room
cottage, with bath, anil either with
or without heat. Must be located be
tween Twentieth and Fortieth streets,
south of Fifth avenue. Address "G.
L. 75," care Argus.
WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday
Rest rooms at ISIS1 Third avenue,
near Y. M. C. A. building. Good
home cooked dinner from 11:30 to 2.
Supper Saturday only from 5 to 8 p.
m. We exist for accommodation, not
prollt. Rooms open all day to ladies
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Best bargains in lots on
Twenty-fifth street and Tenth ave
nue if taken at once. Easy payments.
Inquire Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Double house, quite new,
in splendid repair, with furnace, bath,
gas. etc. If sold at once, can be
bought for $1.75'i. Owner will f:ikc
base for one year or more at $17.50
per month. H. K. Walker.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a nine-room
residence, partly modern; city water,
well, cistein. line cellar, two barns,
and buggy shed, two lots, large and
small fruit; located one-half block
from street c ar line. Very anxious to
se ll. 1 1. K. Walker.
FOR SALE FARM PROPERTY'.
FOR SALE Farm property. We have a
nice list of bargains in farms from
40 to 500 acres in Rock Island anil
Scott counties. Also will exchange.
Goldsmith c McKee Co.
-M I SCELLA NEO US.
FOR SALE A rubbe r tired top buggy,
in good condition. Apply at 19')3
FOR SALE A good folding bed; also
several soft coal heating stoves:
cheap if taken ot once Inquire at
250s Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE '"handler ti Price Gordon
press. 10x15. in good order, one year
old. either power or peiUtl. Address
this office, -p. L. X."
FOR SALE Art G.irland hard coa!
stove. Riverside four-hole cook stove,
and airtight wood heater. Apply to
W. I.. Ogib ii. Woodman building.
FOR SALE Cheap, hard coal and gas
oline stoves, cupboard, and different
other house-hold articles. John Mar
tens. Eighth avenue, between Seven
teenth and Eighteenth streets.
FOR SALE Household goods at Trin
ity rectory. Sixth avenue and Nine
teenth street, including fine- walnut
folding be-d. oak ellnlng table-, bed
room sets. parlor furniture. ete-.
Hours from 10 a. m. to 5 p. in.
FOR SALE Good paying groc-ry In
busine-ss se-etion of city, owner go
ing into another line, reason for sell
ing. If yau mean business, address
X125, care Argus office.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the County Court, to the Octo
ber term. A. L. 1901. Petition to Sell
Real Estate to Fay Debts.
Gilmore Jlohert. administrator of the
estate of Gilmore Hobcrt. deceased,
petitioner, vs. Margaret Dunlap. Sar
ah J. Hobert, Mary Cosgro, John Hu
bert, l'eter H. Hobert. Elizabeth Wag
ner. Annie Mvers. William Hobert.
Joseph Hobert. Ida Bear. Belle Bish
op. Albert J. Whitney, administrator
of the estate of Flavel J. Whitney,
deceased, and A. J. Miller, defend
ants. To the above named defendants. Pe
ter H. Hobi rt. Elizabe th Wagner. Annie
Mvers. William Hobert. Joseph Hobert
and Ida Bear, and each of them.
Affidavit of your non-residence and
of t!n non-residene'e of each of you.
having been tile-d in the above entitled
cause in the office of the tindirsigtiesl
clerk of the count v court of the county
of Rock Island and state of Illinois,
vou are here'by notified that the above
iiameil petitioner has. heretofore, on
the tirst day of September. A. D. 1903.
tileel in said county court his petition,
on the probate side ef said court, pray
ing for an order of saiel court to sell
the following described real estate, of
which the said decedent died seized, to
wit : , . .
The southeast quarter ("4'. of the
northwest quarter c 4 ). of section num
ber twentv (201. township number six
teen i lt!."north of range four i4 west
of the fourth (4) principal merioia:'.
-qtuate'el in the county 01 isock lsian.i
and state of Illinois: that said petition
has been dulv amended; that the above
named are the parties to said cause,
and that said cause stands continued in
said court, anil is still pending therein;
ti.-.t li.-ive liee-n made defendais
there to; that a summons has been Issue-el
in said c ause against you, ret urna oie 10
the October term. A. D. l'.'Ol. of said
court, to bo begun and hidden in t he-
court house in tne i-iiy ol iii-i n I..........
in said i-ountv ami state, on me mi
Mondav of October. A. D 1901. at which
;. 1 u-ill sinne-ar ami plead, answer
or demur to said petition, as amended.
11 Dated 'lit' Rock Island. 111., this 17th
day of Se ptember. A. D. lfiil.
HENRY B. HUBBARD.
Cb-rk of Saiel County Court.
HARRY M. M'CASKRl!', AC.orncy for
Estate of Catherine Collins, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed exe-cutor of the last will ami
te-stanient of Catherine Collins, late of
the ceuintv of Rock Island, state of Il
linois dce-e-ascd. hereby gives notice
that he will appe-ar before the county
court of Rock Island county, at the
cejuntv court room, in the; city ot Rock
Island, at the Xove-mber term, on the
lirsl Mondav in November next, at
whi-h time- all persons having ciaims
against said estate; are notified snd re-queste-d
to attend tor the put pose of
having the- same ad.iustcd.
All persons indebted to said estate
are re-eUested to make; inimciLate pay
ment to the- undersigned.
Dated this Mb day or September. A.
D Bull. MATTI IE W MA RON E Y.
Estate of John Crubaugh, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointeel exe-e-utors of the last will and
testament of John Crubaugh. late of the
county of liock Island, deceased, here
by give notice that lin y will appear be
fore the county court of Rock Island
county at the county court room. 111
the citv of Rock Island at the Novem
ber te 1 in. on the- first Monday in Novem
ber m-xt. at which time all pe-rsons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the samej adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this 15th day of September,
V D 1?01.
ELMORE W. HURST,
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford. Attorneys.
Estate of Jessie A. Harrington, de-
"iv' undersigned, having hceii ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Jessie A. Harrington, late of the county
of Rock Island, state- of Illinois, cb-e-eascd.
he-re-bv gives notice that she w 1 1
appear before- the- county court ol Rock
Islaml e-ountv. at the county court room,
in tin- citv of Rock Island, at the No-ve-mbe-r
term, on the first Monday 111
November next, at which time all pcr
voiis having claims against said estate'
are- notiiie-el and re-enicsted to attend tor
in,- purpose- eif having the- same aeljiist
ed. All pe rsons indelited to s.-id e state
are requested to make immediate- pay
ment to the- tindi rsigncd.
Dated 1'Jth di.v of September. A. I .
104 ANNA E. HARRINGTON.
Notice of "iiial Settlement.
Estate of I'l-ti r Larkin. eleccasi d.
)'. Mc notice is hen bv given that the
i:-!.;.--ogiie-.l. Charles J. Larkin. a.imiu
isii.tt .1 i 1 the estate of Peter Larkiii.
deceased, ha:- this dav tiled his final re
port and settlement as such in the-coun
ty court of Rock island couinv. aoo
hearing on said report lias n m i m i
Oct. 15, 1904, at 9 o clock a. in., at which
time persons inte-rested may appe-ar a ml
make obji-otious the-reto, and if no ob
jections are- lib d. said report will be- ap
proved at that time, and the undersign
ed will a-k for an onb r of disti lbution.
unl will also hsK to in- uisina I ge:o.
Roe-k Island. 111.. S-pt. 23. l'-"'-
CHARLES J. LARKIN.
Jarnes U. Murphy. Attorne y.
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located
1; 7G7 feet above- the; sea.. All year
round resort. A perfect place for
rest. For particulars, address Dr.
Daniel S. Perkins, medical director.
Las Vegas. N. M.
EXPRESS, STORAGE, MI'S AND CAM.
ROBBS" TRANSFER COMPANY 120
West Scvcrite-e-nth street, old 'phone
1537. new "phone- 515S. New storage
building. Express, baggage, 'bus and
cab calls answered day or night.
EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY
Wholesale and retail dealers in bi
tuminous and anthracite coal.
Prompt delivcrv service. Oilice. 17 I S
First avenue;. Tele-phono west 1290.
HEATING AND PLUMBING.
CHANNON. PERRY efe CO. Heating
ami plumbing along scientinc lines.
Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt
attention. 114 West Stventctnlh
stre-et. 'Phone 114$.
"ARDS 75 cents pr-r 100. round cor
ners $1 per 100; Invitations, note, let
ter heads and tiivele.pe-s printed at
reasonable- prices. Embossing and
color work 0:1 fine stationary. New
phone 5'' 15. Blc-uer Bros., loll K'.-v-tiith
avenue;. Rock Island.
ROC-K" ISLAND STEAM .LAUNDRY
Baue-rsf 'Id efc Sexton, proprietors.
Fine finish and quick fic-rvi e. Ibl4
Third avenue. 'Phone west 1293.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
pairing. Residence; and shop. 531
Twelfth street. o:l 'phone west 846-2;
new 'phone 5'i5S.
JOHN VOLK it CO. Contractor and
builders. Also manufacturers of
sash, doejrs, blinds ' ami moulejings.
Dealers la plate window and art
glass. Offices and factory, 311 to 329
Aelnilnlnt rator'n Notle-e.
Kstate of Mary Ganahl. deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed administrator with the will an
nexed of the estate1 of Mary Ganahl.
late of the county of Rock Island, state
ef Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that he will arpfar before the
county court of Rock Island, at tho
county court roem. in the city c-f Rock
Island, at the November term, on the;
first Monday in November next, at which
time all persons having claims against
said estate are notified and reeiueste-il
to atteiiil for the purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate are requesteil to make im-nie-liate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 23rd iliv of August. A. D.
1004. GEORGE C. WENGER.
Administrator, with the will annexed.
JAMES F. UURPUY. Attorney.
Notice of Final Settlemrat.
Estate- of Wilhcltn Thicme. de-ce-ased.
Public notice is hereby given that
the undcrsigiie-ei administrator has this
day tiled his final report and settlement
as sue-h in the county court of Rock
Island county, and hearing on said re
port lias been set for Oct. '., 11. U.
at 9 o'clock a. m. at which
time persons Interested may appear
and make objections thereto, and
no objections are riled, said report will
be Approved at that time, and the un
dersigned will ask for an onle-r of dis
tribution, and will also aslc to bo dis
charged. Koe-k Island. 111.. Se-pt. 14. 1n4
r.Ml-.M and trade-mark eeillce. room
14. Mitchell & Lymb; building. Rock
Island. James F. Murphy, associate,
branch of Moore eSi Co.. patent attor
neys. Washington, D. C. and Chie-a-g".
RAILWAY'S AND STEAMERS.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC
Railway Tickets mav be purchased
at the city ticket office. 1829 Second
avenue, or C, R. I. & P. depot. Fifth av
enue, foot of Thirty-first street. 'Phono
west 1093. west 1423. FRANK H.
PLUMMER. C. P. A.
I F.asU I West."
d 1:45 am! 3:65 am
d 5:20 am'dl0:30 pm
Ul 6:20 am'a 9:10 pm
r Ka nsa s I ' i ! v . . .
Davenport & Chi
cago d 7:10 nm'.l 7:00 pm
d I 2 :55 a m a I'. a eo
Colorado A- Omaha .
I 1:10 pm dlo:10 pm
Des Moines & Oma
ha Denver, Lincoln &
d 9:60 am
1 :00 am
Des Moines Express
fc-i. l'aui t .Minne
apolis Denver. Ft. W'orth
a 1:40 am
.1 .r : 1 5 am
d 9:16 pin
.SI- lC.l 11S:!S Cit V I
Kansas City. St.
Joe & California
Rock Island &
Chicago it Des
Rock Island &
Omaha & Des
Cedar Rapids &
d 7:10 am
d 1:55 pm
4 :R5 pm!d
& 2:42 pm
il 4:30 pm
Itoe-k Island A Peoria DlvUloa.
Trains leave Twentieth street Sta
tion. Main line trains start from main
depot on Fifth avenue minutes In ad
vance of time given.
I Lchvc. I Arrive.
St. L.. Ind'pls. .. .
Peoria "s St. Louis.
Peoria. Imlpls. Cln.
She'rrard Accom. ...
Cable & Sherrard
Cable & Sherrard...
K:10am 9:40 pm
7:20 pin 5:55 pm
1:45 pm!ll:16 am
9.30 ami 8:45 am
a a r rival,
d departure, dally, ex
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON & QUTNCT
DrnoL See-orid itvi-niie- n .1 TwAntlnth
street. Telephone, old llho. new 6170.
F. A. R1DDELL. Agent.
I hflave. j Arrive.
St. Louis. Sorine--
Pe-orla, Quincy . .
St. Louis. Kansas
City, I lenver and
1 id,. ,.uct
Sterling and points
La Crosse, St.
Paul. Minn, and
north we-st I
Clinton. Dubuque ..
Clinton and Inter-
7:15 ami 7:05 pm
stun at Rock Island for rnenls.
elaily except Sunday.
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
Railway D., R. I. e N. W. passen
ger station et foot of Seventeenth
street. S. B. STODDARD. Agent. l'.L
Hinrlchs. commercial agent. 2.)2 Brady
I Leave. Arrive.
St. Paul. Mil
Elgin ami Chicago,
S. W. Limited ) . .
City (S. W. Lim
ited) 10:16 pm
Elgin. Chicago ..
elaily except Sunday.
ACME PACKET COMPANY Dally Una
for Clinton and all points between.
'j ' - t -Mft-efe-
BTEAMER CITY OF WINONA.
Arrive 10:20 a. m., Davenport; leave
3 p. rn.
Arrive 10:45 a. m.. liock Island; leaf
3:15 p. in.
For ratea and further Information,
apply to F. W. BLACK, Agent.
ito'n lsianu, 111.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET COMPANY"
Burlington and intermediate point.
STEAMER HELEN BLAIR.
Leaves Monday, Wednesday and Frl
day at 4 p. m.
Leaves Sunday for Muscatine only al
4:30 ji. in.
For rates and further Information,
apply to F. W. BLACK. Agent,
vv Rock Island. IIL
STie, upper .-ol
THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE.
For St. lyouis ami points between,
boats will have; HI p. in. Sept. 1J,
20, 2 5. S", Oe;T. 5, 10, 15, 20. 25 and 30.
For St. Paul uini points between,
boats will b-.-ve at h p. rn. Sept. 10, li
20, 25, 30, Oct. r,. 10. 15, 20 and 25.
GEORGE LA MONT, Agent.
OH cp, 115 S-ve-nt e.-nth street. Tfcl
ph'jne, old 1105, new tloi.