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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 190;
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tho star of health
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tomach. relaxing tha
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tho lnflamod muaclos
and mombVunes of that
organ aro allowod to
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of tho heart,
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying and
strengthening tho glands,
membranes of tho stom
ach and digestive organs.
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Men and Women Unnnlmoiin About. I;
Many women weep and wail and refu.-t
!.) I,- comforted because their once ma -!.!!
r.t I r.-:-SfM have become thin m: 1
fad-d. M..r.y inon incline to profanity
l-.-i-m j the flics bl! through the thin
ili.pl. h on their cr;iniums. It will be goo 3
t:-ws to the m!- ruble of both sexes. ( j
I . i r r i ili.it Xcw'.iro'f Hcrplcide has be n
;.! ! ! upon the market. This is th? new
: :.'; mldd. ar.i a i: t isopt ic that act'
t.y .! ir- ins tin- germ or microbe th :t
i tie i;m!' rls ini; cause- of all hair d
tr ; : !. Hcrplcide is a row prpa rati"'-.
'!!.'"? after a niv formu'a on an
nt ii ly n-w principle. Anyone whi h
t-i--i it will testify as to its wenh. Try
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- - - 1 1 r i -r iir-irfi-st - Send 10. in starr.:,
f r s.-nq.le t., The Heipicjil,. Or. Do
t!"t. For Kale by T. K. Thomas, druggist.
It's Quality That Counts
In 'n;i! it is quality that r.uikis
li :it. it's iu:tlity that n-tains it.it is
quality that n;ak-s possible run
snmiition of per cent of the
combustible part of ir. leaving a
lihf. rlean ash: lastly it's quali
fy tliat lessens your fuel bill
you're not paying for dirt, refuse
ir unburnables. The coal we han
dle, both hard and soft, deserves
all the Rood things we ami our
patrons say for it. A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FHAZER.
IT'S A PLEASURE
a r'vid oii-far. If yon have not
tri. .1 our cigars u have yet to
barn what really good oicars
are nrvt r perniitted to form a
part of our Mot-k. If you want
stiii t h.i'.u nice in eitrars. tobac
co, pipe and smoker's articles,
rive us a "all.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
Bcngston Blk., 1706 Second Ave.
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Written fjr The Argus.
The universal exposition at St. Louis
is the first great exposition to devote
one large building exclusively to the
interests of education. Directly be
tween the manufactures building and
the cascades, and within a quarter
mile from the main entrance to the
fair at the northeast corner of tfte
grounds, is located the education build
ing. In this building are exhibits
covering a range of educational work
from kindergarten and primary grades
to the most advanced phases of col
legiate and university study. An in
terested one could easily spend more
time in this one building than that
given by the average person to the en
tire fair, in examining the many excel
lent exhibits in the education build
ing alone. It conies as a revelation
to the average person to observe the
advanced methods of instruction for
the young, for the old. for the deaf or
blind, in elemental studies, higher
courses-, or mechanical, scientific or
commercial subjects. There the child
is taught to read and write, the scholar
to delve, the mechanic to work, the
seamstress to sew, the accountant to
keep books, the stenographer to write
shorthand. There the publishers of
various school books and systems are
kept busy explaining the merits of
their product ions, the universities
have their more dignified advertise
ments, and there the leaders of edu
cational enterprise repair to get and
give ideas. The teacher or student
cannot visit the educational Wall
street without receiving its inspiration
and becoming improved by contact
with its advancement.
Visitors to ihe fair are often sur
prised io find an actual school in lively
operation amid the quiet and dignified
repose that prevades this building.
Located in the extreme southwest cor
ner of the building is the Brown's
Business college exhibit, made up of
students selected from the various col
leges under the management of G. V.
Brown, in Illinois. Iowa and Indiana.
This little scluxd of about twenty
members, is taught by two of the best
teachers in the Brown company. Visi
tors may pass around the little in
closure in which the students work
and examine at any time the books of
the bookkeepers, or receive a fresh
copy from the rapidly operating ma-
hines of the typewriters who work
there from 1 till 4. Fifteen times each
lay drills are held to exhibit the speed
if the bookkeepers with figures, and
PARKER EDITOR OF SONG.
Ex-Judge Dars Word "Rule" From
Chctal Written by Organist.
Ex-.Tuuge A. B. Parker, presidential
nominee i.u the Democratic ticket, re
cently set the sign of his approval
upon a campaign song written and
composed by George Haydeii Bromby.
I S. A., the organist of the Church of
the Holy Cross at Kingston, of which
his son-in-law, the Rev. C. M. Hall, is
the rector, says an Ksopus dispatch to
the New York American.
Mr. Broit'.by is an Englishman who
has been in America two years and
does not pretend to know anything
about American politics. I lis song is
in C sharp major and is entitled "Safe,
Sane an l Sound." lie bore it in tri
umph to Kosemount and played and
Bang to the judge.
The performance went swimmingly.
Judge Parker standing at the end of
the piano until the composer came to
the last four lines in the second stanza,
which are as follows:
With confidVnee in Tarkf-r sure
That lie will rrove O. K.
Anil make a mighty president
To rule tho I'. S. A.
"Tush, tush," said Judge Parker; "we
do not have mighty presidents ruling
the P. S. A."
F.romby was embarrassed until it
was suggested that the substitution of
the word "guide" or "lend" for "rule"
would be satisfactory, and then Judge
Parker consented to accept the dedica
tion of the song, and the happy organ
ist, loaded down with white flowers
from the Iiosemount lawn, returned.
gayly to Kingston.
The Quiet Japanese.
This is a pen picture by a corn; pend
ent of the occupation of a town by
-The Japanese divi-i u was in the
town, there was no diu'et of it. but
not even a bugle broke the compara
tive quiet of the place. I explored the
streets to see what had become ot
ther-e iinu.:al soldiers. 1 f.umd tiicni
in the shailows of vera - las. within the
shelter of gardens and compounds,
resting or cooking their foinl by little
fires that w ere flickering in numberless
different directions. They secnie 1 to
have no use for orderlies or staff of
ficers, for everything seemed to be
r:dy. prepared and complete. Or. if
any passed to and fro. they seemed as
noiseless as the very shadows In whi.b
The Stomach is the Man.
A weak stomach weakens the man.
b -cause it cannot transform the food
he eats into nourishment. Health and
strength cannot be restored to any
sick man or weak woman without first
restoring health and strength to the
stomach. A weak stomach cannot di
gest enough food to feed the tissues
and revive the tired and run down
limbs and organs of the body. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat.
cleanses and strengthens the glands
and membranes of the stomach, and
cures indigestion, dyspepsia an 1 all
stomach trouble Sold by all drug
at the Fair.
the skill of the stenographers in short
hand and in the operation of the type
writer. These drills are under the
management of H. Eugene Read,
brother of the principal of Brown's
Rock Island school.
The enclosure itself has the appear
ance of a bank. The blank board on
which the students write shorthand
blindfolded is the only fixture that has
a school room effect. The space around
the enclosure is for the use of visitors
who are interested in the school and
the "still" exhibits which occupy the
wall space. This includes the speci
mens of penwork and typewriting and
bookkeeping contributed by students
from the various Brown schools. The
writer observed work from he follow
ing Rock Island students: Messrs.
Albert Gutzwiller, C Van Hecke, Ralph
Bryant. George Kroeger; Misses
Frieda Krabhenhoft. Pauline Zimmer.
Anna Goldman. Margaret Klotz. Ola
Van Horn. Elsian Massman. Marv
Guthrie, Augusta Schroeder.
Throughout the "still" exhibit are
smaller exhibits from the large type
writing companies, book publishers,
school room supply furnishers, etc'
Not the least important of these is the
stand occupied by a representative of
Education in Business, the popular
The students who serve at the
Brown exhibit are each at the fair for
eight weeks at the expense of the
Brown company. They are selected
by merit from the Brown schools, and
thus the St. Louis exhibit represents
the very bst class of students. The
uock Island school has sent two stu
dents to the fair up to date. These are
C Van Hecke. from the bookkeeping
department, and Charles B. Benson,
from the department of stenography."
By the time the exposition is over the
school of 20 will have been changed
four times, thus making about SO an.
pointees. Only half of these have been
sent, and the Rock Island teachers are
bending every energy toward training
material for possible future appoint
ments from the local school.
The Brown schools are located in
Jacksonville, Peoria. Bloomington, De
catur, Centralia, Ottawa. Streator.
Rockford. Moline. Galesburg, Cham
paign and Rock Island, III.. Daven
port, Iowa, and Terre Haute. Ind. The
officers are G. W. Brown. Jacksonville.
111., president: W. If. H. Garver. Pe
oria, vice president, and H. M. Owen.
Decatur, secretary. The three schools
in the tri-cities are under the direction
of Supt. J. E. Gustus.
Junior Partner I suppose we bad
better say In our ad. that we want a
man of experience. Senior Partner No.
Advertise for a man without experi
ence; then we can teach him some
What's in a Name?
Everything is in the name when it
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De
Witt & Co., of Chicago, discovered
some years ago how to make a salve
from Witch Hazel that is a specific for
Piles. For blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles, eczema, cuts, burns,
bruises and all skin diseases, DeWitt's
Salve has no equal. This has given
rise to numerous worthless counter
feits. Ask for DeWitt's the genuine.
Sold by all druggists.
MADAM HOWARD Full readincs 25
and T.O cents. Hnom 12. McKinnie
block, corner Fifteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Kn trance on Fif
teenth Ftreet, Moline.
MADAM I.A DKW. the life reader, has
returned to this city for a lew days.
She is well known in Moline and liock
Island, and many people in both eit-i-s
ran testify to her ability to reveal
future happenings with wonderful ac
curacy. Si"- sives a full readinp and
answers all questions for 3" CtiU
Hoars from !' a. m. to S p. m. 1 ll7
MADAM ST. MA11IK. Palmist and
clairvoyant. Tells you the past, 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. OfHce hours from
1 to Ik p. m. TOT, Fourth avenue. Take
.he Blue line west.
At ill STAN A COLLKGE Business de
partment. A thorough business
training given for entry into cum-nien-i.il
Hie. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at Augustana college.
VIl.I.A DK t'HANTAL A home school
conducted for girls by the Sisters of
the Visitation. Rudimentary and
higher branches and all polite ac
complishments taught. Twentieth
street and Fifteenth avenue. Kock
IIKNRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chip
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, 16u7
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
KKANK 1 1. SWKXUSE Contractor:
nowsc. i'igt;y aim wii'"! i-ci'Miiuf, .
g.i..d work: low prices; satisfaction
guaranteed. Address Box 434. Iiock
PARIDON & SOX Artistic interior
decoration. Finest line or late paper
carried and skilled workmen employ
ed. Moderate price. 417 Seven
LEONARD DRACK Architect and su
perintendent. Skinner block, second
tloor. Ofnce hours, 10 to 12 a, m., 4
to 5 : 30 p. m.
IF YOL WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, encage 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 Mail
wnnts bring results. tme-ha!f cent
pt-r word is the price to all alike, ca.'h
m advance: -cent stamps will do
Kven.ng a:.i J Saturday Mail. Moline,
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT One nicely furnished room
at 1417 Fourth avenue. All modern
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 1400-i
Third avenue; entrance on Four
FOR PENT A furnished front room,
with all modern conveniences, at 1220
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with
modern conveniences, centrally lo
cated; 17c2 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room, with all
modern conveniences, for gentlemen
only, at M10 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modern,
with private family: furnace heat;
1.13 r Mill III nei:n
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms,
on first floor, suitable for housekeep
ing. Inquire at .'.2:1 Nineteenth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
also good board, at the German house.
:',7 Seventeenth street. Prices rea
sonable. FOR RENT A furnished front room,
with heat and all modern improve
ments, lor gentlemen only, at 1
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping, with all mod
ern conveniences. Address S25 Twen-tv-fourth
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
with lo-at and all other conveniences,
including telephone. Men only, need
apply- Call at i:u:! Second avenue.
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.
FOR RENT A cottage. Inquire E. A.
Rounds. r3f. Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Seven-room house. f2vo
Fifth-and-a-half avenue, inquire up
stairs on premises.
FOR RENT A six-room house; good
cistern and cellar. Apply on prem
ises. 3200 Tenth avenue.
FOR RENT A cottage on Ninth ave
nue, near 1 wenty-nnmi street. ia
quire at 2012 Fifth avenue. OThiele
FOR RENT Seven-room house, with
furnace and all modern improvements.
Inquire of George McMustcr, 2'Jo2
FOR RENT A tive-rootu cottage. $7. cm
Seventeenth street. South liock Isl
and, near Richmond's brick ya;d. In
quire on premises.
FOR RENT Six room Hat corner Sixth
avenue and Twentieth street: steam
liea ted: hot and cold water; furnace,
and all modern conveniences. In
quire of M. M. Sturgeon, Room l'J,
Mitchell & Lynde building.
JACKSON. HURST &- STAFFORD A t-
ttrneys-at-iaw . tjuice in nucn .isl
and National bank building.
SWEENEY fc WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Anstracts ot
title. Office in Hengston block.
SEA RLE Sr MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate se
curitv. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock
H. M. McCASKRIN Attorney-at-Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island
ffice in Bengston block. Milan office
on Main street.
JAMES F. MURPHY- Attorney at Law.
General legal practice. omce room
i:;. Mitchell Sr Lynde building. Union
Electric 'phone fejol.
LUDOLPH t REYNOLDS Attorneys-
at-Law. Money to loan, uenerai le
gal business. Notary public. 1705
Second avenue, Buford block.
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys at
iav. ltiiiil iiioneji ..mi fooii rstrt-iiiii ,
make collections. References. Mitch
ell & Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell
AL- Lynde building.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys-
it t-Luw. N. A. Larson. Swedish Art
vokat. Office over Crampton's book
store, 1719 Second avenue. Pensions,
Loans. Patents, etc.
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold goods a specialty. Oldest and
best companies, lowest rates. C. R.
Uhamberlln, Mitchell & Lynde block.
'I 'hone 10o0.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
insurance. Old lire companies repre
sented. Your patronage solicited
"Phone 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. Residence 'phone union
361, office union 113.
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property, 20 cents r J 100 one year,
40 cents per $100 three years, 60 cents
per $100 live years. Call or address
R. Chamberlin, agent, Mitchell i
HAYES & CLE A VELA N 1 The pioneer
agency. Old time and hre tested com
panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass,
tornado, accident, life, or almost any
form of risk. Ground floor office 210
to 21 S Eighteenth street.
GOLDSMITH fe M'K EE write the bst
policies in Fire. Life. Accident. I lealth,
Plate Glass. Employers' Liability.
Burglary. 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
any kind of judicial bonds: lodge and
society officers; city, state or U. S.
government officials: contractors, po
sitions of trust; ia fact, any kind of
bond yo'.i want (except bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes ci 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 r..
Sweenev. attorney. rooms 33-3.".
Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Isl
and. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on household goods, norses.
wagons, etc.. without removal and in
a quiet wav. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan company, room
3S. Mitchell & Lynde block.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
II. J. TOHER & CO. Brokers. Daven
port. Stocks, grain, provisions, cot
ton. Private wire to New York and
Chicago. Offices 103 Main street. Tel
GEORGE II. SIDWELL, & CO. Com
mission inert n;i n is. jri.ini.
provisions. M-nbers of the Chicago
board of trade and Chicago stock ex
change. Established 25 years. No.
".42 and "43 Rialto buildintz. Long
distance 'ptione Harrison 2666.
E. J. BURNS City and country real
estate. If you have property for sale,
list it with me. If vou want to buy
1 will do my best to get you what
you want. Room 11. Mitchell id.
Lynde biock. Telephone 1 iSf 1-
W ANT ED MALE HELP.
WANTED Five good solicitors at
Barilett Bros'.. 1S1S-1S20 Third ave
nue. WANTED At Western Union Tele
graph company. 16-year-oM boy with
WANTED A good, bright office boy
about 17 years of age. Apply at once
to the Lewis Roofing company.
WANTED Boy who wants to work.
No other need apply. Rock Island
Rug company. 222." Fourth avenue.
WANTED At once, experienced can
vassers to advertise for grocery trade
in Illinois territory. References re
quired. Address "D. R. B ." care Ar
WANTED Twenty laborers to work for
the United States on Illinois and Mis
sissippi canal, below Milan boatyard,
at $1.2j per day of eight hours, with
board. Inquire at canal office, Milan.
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 tinishing. Diplomas grant
ed. Write for catalogue. Moler Bar
ber college. Chicago, 111.
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
-Pantry girls at the Harper
WANTED A girl for general house
work at K24 Ninth avenue.
WANTED A girl for general house
work at 217 Fifteenth street.
WANTED Two women for kitchen
work at the Rock Island house.
WANTED A girl for general house
work. Apply liio.j Second avenue.
WANTED A cook and a girl at
Wright's restaurant, l'.'f-'J Second av-
WANTED A girl for light housework.
Apply at 2)511 Fifth avenue. Thlelc's
WANTED An assistant milliner trim
mer to apply at once at the New- link
WANTED Girl for general housework.
No washing: good wages. Apply at
1401 Third avenue.
WANTED Girls. Those under 1 ti need
not apply. Tucker, the printer. HjlS
Second avenue. 'Phone west. 41.
WANTED A good cook. Oct. 1. for
Moline residence. Address, giving
references. Mrs. Frank Gates Allen,
White Ledge, Michillinda, Mich.
WANTED A capable woman for wash
ing and ironing, to take it home or
come to the house. None but compe
tent women need apply. Address
"P. 12." care Argus.
WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue ex
plains how we teach hairdressing,
manicuring and facial massage
quickly, mailed free. Moler Barber
college. Chicago, 111.
WANTED Ladies to learn ball room
dancing at Graham's dancing school.
Third and Gaines streets. Davenport.
Telephone North a7. or call at resi
dence of J. J. Graham. 1301 West Third
street, r. ; " o p. m. to 7 p. m.
WASTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Lady or gentleman of fair
education, to travel for a tirm of
$2"o.MiO capital. Salary. $1,072 per
year and expenses; paid weekly. Ad
dress. ,vith stamp, J. A. Alexander,
Rock Island. 111.
WANTED Position by experienced
stenographer; faithful, quick and ac
curate; also bookkeeper: reasonable
wages; references. Address !., 1X10
-Two roomers at 425 Twelfth
WANTED Ladies' and gents' shoes to
slum, snucs caneu ior ami ueiivereii
for 10 cents. V. E. Dicker.soii; 'phone
;203, Berry's cigar store.
WANTED Boarders by the day or
week. First class board at reason
able prices. Telephone anil all mod
ern conveniences. 1229 Second ave
nue. WANTED To rent, a five or six-room
cottage, with bath, and either with
or without heat. Must be located be
tween Twentieth and Fortieth streets,
south of Fifth avenue. Address "G.
L. 7-"i." care Argus.
WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday
Rest rooms at lSlSt Third avenue,
near V. M. C. A. building. Good
home cooked dinner from 11:30 to 2
Supper Saturday only from f to s p.
m. We exist for accommodation, not
profit. Rooms open all day to ladies
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Best bargains in lots on
Twenty-fifth street and lenth ave
nue if taken at once. Easy payments.
Inquire Rtidy Bros.
FOR SALE Double' house, quite le-w.
in splendid repair, with furnace. Pain,
gas. etc. If sold at once, call be
bought for ?4.7.".'. Owner will take
b-ase for one year or more at $47.50
per month. II. K. Walker.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a nine-room
residence, partly modern; city water,
well, cistern, line cellar, two barns,
and buggy shed, two lots, large and
small fruit; located one-half block
from street car line. Very anxious to
sell. II. K. Walker.
FOR SALE Farm property. Ve have a
nice list of bargains in farms from
40 to Cno acres in Rock Island and
Scott counties. Also will exchange.
Goldsmith & McKee Co. 1
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A good folding bed: also
several soft coat heating stoves;
cheap if taken ot once. Inquire at
25"S Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE Chandler & Price Gordon
press, luxl". in good order, one year
old. cither power or pedal. Address
this office. -P. L. X."
FOR SAL!-: Art Garland hard coal
stove. Riverside four-hole cook stove,
and airtight wood heater. Apply to
W. I- Ogden, Woodman building.
FOR SALE Cheap, hard coal and gas
oline stoves, cupboard, and different
other household 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 stre.-t. including fine walnut
folding led, oak dining table, bed
room sets. parlor furniture. etc.
Hours from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
FOR SALE Two window meat racks,
deer horns, meat hooks, one meat
table, two meat blocks, one platform
seal-, one beam scab-, one sausage
stiifff-r. one sausage rocker, corned
beef press. pUtcher tools. If. One
iron smoke Ionise, one grindstone, one
good Ijijtflu r wagon, one good two
seated buggv. one one-seated buggy
one cart, one horse, harness, etc. In
quire at 1S17 Second avenue, or 111 S
r .lurth av-n j-.
Koli SALE Good paying grocery in
business section of tity. Owner g
ir-.g ir.'o anoth'-r line, reason f-r sell
ing If ysu mean business, address
X123, care Argus office.
Pu lil tent Ion Notice.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun-
" In the Countv Court, to the Octo
ber term. A. L. 1S04. Petition to Sell
Real Estate to Pay Debts.
Gilmore Hobert. administrator of the
estate of Gilmore Hobert. deceased,
petitioner, vs. Margaret Dunlap. Sar
ah J. Hobert. Mary Cosgro. John Ho
bert, Peter 11. 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 1 1. Hobert. Elizabeth Wagner. Annie
Mvers. William Hobert, Joseph Hobert
and Ida Bear, and each of them.
Affidavit of your non-residence and
of the non-residence of- each of you.
having been tiled in the above entitled
cause in the office of the undersign-d
clerk of the countv court of tho county
of Rock Island and state of Illinois,
you are hereby notified that the above
named petitioner has. heretofore, on
the tirst dav of September. A. D. I93,
filed in said county court his petition,
on the probate side of said court, pray
ing for an order of said court to sell
the following described real estate, of
which the said decedent died seized, to
The southeast quarter (4. of the
northwest quarter t '4 . of section num-b-r
twenty (2"K township number six
teen ( 16 . "north of range four t4 west
of the fourth (4) principal meridian,
situated in the countv of Rock Island
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, and is still pending therein:
that vou have been made deiendants
thereto; that a summons has been issued
in said cause against you. returnable to
the October term. A. D. 1504. of said
court to tie begun and holdeii in the
court house In the city of Rock Island,
in said countv and state, on the first
Monday of October. A. D. 1 1o4. at which
time vim will appear and plead, answer
or demur to said petition, as amended.
'f DatVd ai'Vtoek Island. 111., this 17th
u-iv of September. A. D. 1!"4.
J 1 HENRY B. HUBBARD.
Clerk f Said County Court.
HARRY M. M'CASKRIM. Attorney lor
Estate of Catherine Collins, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Catherine Collins, late ot
the countv of Rock Island, state of II
Mnois deceased, hereby gives notice
that iie will appear b. fore the county
court of Rock Island county, at the
c.mntv court room, in the city of jti-elv
Island, at the November term, on the
first Mondav in November next, at
whi' h lime all persons having ciaims
taiiist said estate art notified and re
quested to attend for the purpose ol
having the same adjusted.
Vil persons indebted to said estate
are n quested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this Mh day t September. A.
D L'Ob MATTHEW MA RONE. .
Estate of John Cruhaugh, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed executors of the last will and
testament of John Crubaugh, late ot t he
county of Rock Island, deceased, here
by give notice that th-y will appear be
fore the county court of Rock Island
county at the county court room, in
the citv of Rock Island at the Novem
ber term, on the first Monday in Novem
ber next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate, are
notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
11 persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this 15th day of September.
A. D.. 1!H4. p RAH CRUBAUGTL
ELMORE W. HURST.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford. Attorneys.
At niln 1st riitor Notice.
Estate of Jessie A. Harrington, du-
' ' The'' undersigned, having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Jessie A. Harrington, late ot the county
of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she wi 1
appear before the county court ot Rock
Island mtv. at the county court room.
in the city of Rock Island, at the No
vember term, on the tirst Monday in
November next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and request.-. 1 to attend tor
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment I" i ne IIIHI.-IMSM".- , ,
1. I'Oli i!av of September. A
l'oi! ANNA E. HARRINGTON.
Notice of Final Set I lemenl.
Estfte of Pel'"- I.arkin. deceased.
I' i'..'.!.- notice is hereby given that the
i i -!.!! -d. Charles J. I.arkin. a.lmin
iiaior of the estate of l'.ter Larkin.
.i.sed. has this day tiled his final re
port a nil set t lenient as su.-u in in. - ....... -
ty court of hock .isiaii'i . ..u. id . ''
hearing n said report lias le eii .set
Oct. 15. 11U14. at o chick a. in., at
time persons intereste.t may appearand
make objections thereto, and it no nli-
tions are hied, sain report win o-
proved at that lime, aim no- m....
- ... . ..I" .1 i I ,-ll.l I I I . 1 M
I Will aSK IOI-.M1 oi'lt-l ........... w ...
..1 will also ask to be discharged.
"Rock Island. 111.. Sept . 23. Urn- .
CHARLES J. LARKIN.
James 1. Murphy. Attorney.
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS. Locatea
7C7 f'-.-t above the sea. Ail year
round resort. A perfect placo for
rest. For particulars, address Dr.
Daniel S. Perkins, medical director.
Las Vegas. N. M.
EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AND CAB.
ROBBS' TRANSFER COMPANY 12U
West Seventeenth street. ua pnone
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 ii
tuminous and anthracite coal.
Prompt delivery service. Office. 171S
First avenue. Telephone west 1290.
II EA TBS' 0 AND PLUMBING.
CHANN'ON. PERRY c CO. Heating
anil plumbing along Beieimnc lines.
Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt
attention. 114 West Seventeenth
street. 'Phone 114i.
CARDS 75 cents per 100, round cor
ners $1 per 100; invitations, note, let
ter loads and envelopes printed at
reasonable prices. Embossing and
color work on fine stationary. New
phone 5fil5. Bleuer Bros., loll Sev
enth avenue. Rock Island.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LALNDRY
Rauersfeld A; S-xtori, proprietor.
Fine finish and quick service. lbli
Third avenue. 'Phone west 1233.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
FRANK SIMMONS Building and re
pairing. R.-Kidenc,. and shop. 531
Twelfth street. Oid 'phone west &4G-2;
new 'phone 5C58.
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and
bu'.ld'-rs. Alco manufacturers of
s.h, doors, blinds and mouldings.
Dealers in Plate window and art
glass. Offices and lctory, 311 to Zi'J
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, herebj gives no
tice that he will appear before the
county court of Rock Island, at tho
county court room, in the city c-i Rock
Island, at the November term, on tho
first Monday in November next, at which
time all persons having claims against
said estate are notified and requested
to attend for the purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 23rd dav of August. A. D.
1904. GEORGE C. WENGER.
Administrator, with the will annexed.
JA-MES F. lOJRPHY. Attorney.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Wilhclm Thicme, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that
the iiinlersigneil administrator has this
day tiled his final report and settlement
as such in the county court of Rock
Island county, and hearing on said re
port has been set for Oct. ll. 1f04.
at 9 o'clock a. m. at whte'i
time persons Interested may appear
and make objections thereto, and i-f
no objections are Hied, said report will
be approved at that time, and the un
dersigned will ask for an order of dis
tribution, and will also ask to be dis
charged. Rock Island. 111.. Sept. 14. 1!04
PATENT and trademark office, room
11. Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock
Island. Jarnes F. Murphy, associate,
branch of Moore Co.. patent attor
neys. Washington. D. C, and Chica
RAILWAYS A N It STEAMEKS.
Railway Tickets may be purchased
at the city ticket office. JSJ!I Second
avenue, or C. It. I. .V- P. depot. Fil th av enue,
toot of Thirty-tirst street "Phono
PMMEl';. ,rp.An-3- KUAXK '
Denver Limited .;- j " j
- " 'I o: i.i am. a
I- t. Worth, f "en vi r 1 I
Kansas :i v. . .,1 5 : 2 a a m .1 1 0 : 30 ntn
Minnea in. lis . .
Davenport A.- Chi- I
. t .... a m ,a : : i u pm
cago !d 7 I 0 a in A 7-ml,i..,
Cjnia.i.-i id I 2 :55 am a i;:25 am
Colorado Omaha. 'd 1 : 1 pm d 1 0 : 1 u pm
1 es Molucs tNi t Una- I
. 1,1 al2:3r. am d 9:50 ,
l'. iiver. Lincoln .
. "ni. it. a i, .'Mo nnfd 3:00 am
ies vi. ones l-.xpicss 1:55 pm. I 7:00 am
St. Paul .V Miiinc-
, "I"".-- a ..a" ,iiii ii :':i.ipm
Denver. Ft. Worth I 1
.ii Kansas flty. . .!a 5 : 1 5 a m .1 1 0 : 30 pm
1 .a nsas ('it v. St .
Joe 4V California. . !a 1 1 :10 pmd 7:10am
Rock Island .v. I
Washington la 1 2 :5o pm'd S;25pm
Chicago )cs i I
..jd 1:55 pml 2:00 pni
Brooklyn Accom.la 4:55 pm'd 7:10 am
malia !a 5:45 pm! y:5iani
Omaha Ac lies I j
X1,,'i" s ,i i;:ii5 pm a 2:12 pm
Cedar Rapids Ai I I
Tipton jalo:::7nmd 4:30 pm
Itock. ImI.-iiiiI v I'eorlti ll Ulon.
Trains leave Twentieth street sta
tion. Main liii" trains start from main
depi.t on Filth avenue 5 minutes in ad
vance of time given.
Trains. L.Tv.T" Tr ri v.-.
Peoria. Springfield." I I
St. I... in.lpls . ... SMdaml 0:10 pm
P.-oria .V St. Louis..; 7:20 pin! 5:55 pm
I 'eoria. I mi pis. Cin.
Bloomington I 1 : 1 5 pm- 1 1 : 1 5 a m
Shei-rard Aecom. ... 9:30 ami S:I5am
Cable ,L- Sherrard I
Accom j (1 : 15 am! S :15 pm
Cable ,v She! laid ..; 3:5upmj 2 1'apiu
a. arrival; d. departure; , daily ex
cept Sunday. " ,
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON QUINCY
Depot. Second avenue and Twentieth
stre.-t. Telephone, old west liMi, new i; 1 To.
F. A. R 1 1 I 1 0 L I . . A g . 1 1 1 .
A rri ve.
St. Louis. Spring- I
field. Galesburg. I
Peoria, Oniiicy ... 6:P)am) C:50am
Sterling. Men. Iota
and Chicago I i!: o am 0:50 am
St. Louis. Kansas I
t 'it y. I eii ver a ml j
Pacific coast .....!s 7:2opm 7:15pm
ni.-riiiig ami points'
intermediate ! 7:20 pml 7:15 pm
iiiioiique, t union.
La Crosse, St.
Paul. Minn., and
northwest 7:30 pmf fi:3uam
Clinton. Dubuque . .: 7:15 am! 7:n5pm
Clinton and inter- I I
mediate points ...I 7:15 ami 7:05 pm
s st.qi at Ro.-k Island for meals.
daily except Sunday.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE K- ST. PAUL
Railway D.. R. I. Ai N. W. passenger
station at foot of Seventeenth street. S.
B. STODDVRD. Agent. P. L. liinrh-lis,
commercial agent, 3"f5 Brady street,
I a velipol t.
Clinton. Du Ii ii'i U".
St. Paul. Mll
wa uki-i-, Ch ic;i go. .
Elgin and Chicago,
i S. W. Limited i . .
7:oo am! S:55 pm
4:15 am! 10:35 pm
ington. Kansas t
Citv (S. W. Lim
it, d I
Elgin. Cli ica go . .
10:35 pm! 4:15 ant
5 :3S am! 1 1 :50 pm
11 :50 pm! 5:3: am
3:30 pm!ll :50 am
3:15 jirii 'll :40 am
CI i u t on. C. da r
Daily expect Sunday.
ACME PACKET COM PAN Y Da ily lino
for Clinton and all points between.
i.-; . , H 'vv irA
STEAMER CITY OF WINONA.
Arrive lo:30 . in-. Davenport; Pave
3 p in.
Arrive 10.45 a. m.. Iiock Island; leave
3:15 p. m.
For rat. s an l further information,
apply to CARL MANGAN. Agent.
Rock Island. III.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET COMPANY
Burlington and In lerrncuiate points.
STEAMER HELEN BLAIR
Leaves Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 4 p. m.
I'or rates and further information,
i.pplv to CARL MANGAN. Agent.
Roe R rland. 111.
.TVftin BZitj. iWAUFotrrsWTar
THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE.
For St. Paul arid points between,
boats will b-ave nt"T:la p. rn. Kept. 15,
20. 25. Oct. 5. 10. 15, 20. 25 and 30.
For St. Paul and points between,
boats will b-ave at k p. rn. Sept. 10, li
20, 25, 30, O'f. 5. 1, 15, 20 and 25.
GEORGE LA M INT. Agent.
OfHce. 115 Seventeenth street. Tele
phone. oeJ 11)5, II.. W Clo5.