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TITE AHGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1004.
STORIES OF STAGE.
8 Gidson's Georgia Camp Meet-
'J Papa's Boy.
11 The Runaways, Arthur
12 The Show Girl.
1:5 Out of the Fold.
Hi Under Southern Skies.
ID Chinese Honeymoon.
.' Hird Center.
22 Hfr Only Son.
2'.i Human Hearts.
k Oct. 21 Keadick Stock com-
30 Why Women Sin.
Runaways Big Event.
Unusual interest centers in the en
casement at the Illinois next Tuesday
of thu Sam S. Shuhert, Nixon & Zim
merman musical extravaganza entitled
"The Runaways." which comes direct
from its six months run at the Casino
theatre, Xtw York City, with the orig
inal cast and production in all its
magnificent entirety. "The Run
aways' is American in its authorship,
the book being by Addison Hurkhardt
and the music by Raymond Hubbell.
It is American, too, in part of its lo
cation, the first act taking place in the
I'nited States and the second on a
tropical island which, in its opulence
of color and gaiety, outshines anything
-ver done on the stage before. The
managers claim that they have ex
Ol ft LCTION CHAM BE ft LIN. KlM DT C Oft PAN V.
Friday, Oct. 7.
The superb production of the celebrated
I'il t til 1i Century Morality play,
K t rong
cast of metropolitan nrt-
spe. dally designed from
prints. Complete scenic
! 'II 'ltii-li I .
.Entire Production Illatorlcnlly
rved scat sale Wednesday,
c 2.-H- lit yi.no. IlosrN Ml.r.O.
OlR ACTION CHArlBIDUN.KlNPTACOnPANV.
Saturday, Oct. 8.
Matinee and Night.
L. E. GIDEON'S
5 Big Vaudeville Acts 5
6 Peerless Comedians 6
8 Champion Dancers 8
25 Challenge Chorus 25
Matinee Prices lfic and 25c. Nighi
2."c, ;.".c and foc. Box 75c. Seat
sale at theatre. Phone, 221.
DiftlCTiON Ciiamserun.Kiihot Company.
Sunday, Oct. 9.
One Night Only.
The Entrancing Musical Comedy,
IF YOU MISS IT YOU MISS IT.
(DON'T MISS IT)
Tlf IVarJ of all Musical Comedies
I'riii's- 25c. :'.."ic and 5ic. Box 75c
Scat salt- at box office. Phone
Dini.CH ON CtlAMBimiU.KlUDTACOMPANV.
One Night only. Tuesday, Oct. 11.
The New York Casino's Grandest Suc
cess. Arthur Imnn. in Sam S.
Shubert's Gorgeous New
$75,eiiu Musical Extrav
aganza, THE RUNAWAYS
iS'Vfn months at N'nv York Casino
theatre. Only company ami entire
Sev nt five Players and Famous
Casino Show Girls; 1 . laughs: 25
Prires 50c. 75c. fl, $1.5; box seats.
$ 1 .;. Seat sale at theatre Saturday
morning at 1 'clock.
DiallTIOM CMAPIOf HUN.KlMOTA CoflMNV.
ONE NIGHT OCT. 12.
First TrU'ity Engagement. B. C.
Whitney Presents the Musical
I Korl ) ew in( IIHki
Hilda Thomas and a Metropoli
tan Cast of Fifty People,
Prices 25c. 50e. 75c. $1. box $1.50.
Seat sale at theatre Monday morning.
pended nearly $75,000 in scenery and
cost umes. and New York seemed quite
willing to believe this after what was
seen on the rise of the curtain on the
first night of the six month's engage
ment at the Casino theatre. It is said
that there is a smothering refulgence
of women on the stage, including two
lady reporters, afterward love editors
of the Table D'Hote Bulletin six wid
ows of his late Majesty Goulash II
two dozen messenger boys and 12 com
ic opera queens. An unusual array o"
clever fun-makers will be seen in the
support of Arthur Dunn, that mirth
provoking comedian, whose popular
ity has never been questioned. Irt.the
cast will be Charles Dox, Clarence
Harvey, William Mechan, Thomas
Whitbread. Misses Erminie Earle, Sal
lie Randall, Blanche Wayne, the Al-
thon sisters and over 75 others.
Show Girl Pretty Show.
B. C. Whitney's production of the
latest musical extravaganza. "The
Show Girl" or "The Magic Cap," wil
be seen at the Illinois theatre next
Wednesday. The piece was originally
produced ny tne famous amateur or
ganization, the Boston Cadets, who
presented it under the title of the "Cap
of Fortune." but its professional nam
has been changed to 'The Show Girl
or The Magic Can. and as such it
is credited with having scored a gen
nine hit in New York. Boston and
Washington, and other large cities in
the east. R. A. Barnett of "1192" fame
is the author of the book, and N. L.
Heartz and E. P. Corliss are responsi
ble for the music, while Louis De-I-ange
and D. K. Stevens have given
valuable assistance. The plot, very
briefly sketched, concerns the adven
tures of a touring theatrical company,
who have become stranded in Greece,
and the manager, Bionysius Fly, has
come Into the possession of a wishing
cap and he utilizes the power thus
granted him to extricate his fellow
players from their predicament. There
is also a slight element of love ro-
LI S .
niance and any number of absurdly
comic situations and complications.
The program descriptive of the piece
as "A jolly bit of tomfoolery" would
seem to be quite accura'e. Musical
and other specialties abound in the
piece, and the cast includes: Hilda
Thomas and the company of metro
politan favorites headed by Sam My
lie. and including Sid Forrester, liou
Hall. Josephine Floyd. Charles R.
Haigh, Charles E. Parcor, Apo'Io quar
tet. IsabeMe Foote. Nellie Dowdell. Su
setts Beatty. Estelle Bird. Bert Wain-wrtg-h.
May and E'hia Sweeney. Eliza
beth Thomas. Camille Astor, Ixona
Burns. Nellie Wilson. Ida Scott. Vera
Pindar and :. singing anl dancing
Oldest Band in the World.
The famous Grenadier Guard ba4
of London. England, now playing at
the world s fair. St. Imis, is to go on
a short tour of the principal cities of
the United States and Canada, and will
play at the Auditorium in Chicago on
Oct. 22 and 2:?. The Grenadier Guards
is the oldest band in the world today.
If has been in continuous existence
since the latter part of the 17th cen
tury. It comes on tour CI strong,
being larger than any touring band
heard here. The conductor. Lieut. Al
bert Williams, is a musician of high
reputation. This is the first time in
history thai a British regimental band
has been on tour in the I'nited States.
The Grenadier Guards have only cross
ed the Jrtlantic once before, and that
was in 1872, for the Boston peace jubi
lee. Everyman Tonight.
The attraction for this eveninc at
the Illinois is the old English morality
play. "Everyman." which will be pre
sented by a strong company headed
bv R. E. Magnus.
The Beginnings of a Star.
Twelve years ago Lulu Glaser. now
starring in "A Madcap Princess." then
a flaxen haired little German girl wear
ing dresses that hardly covered her
knees, was passlmr the stace entrance
to the Broadway theatre when she sav.
a crowd of chorus folk laughing and
chatting. She thought they seemed
very happy. The little German girl
had already thought of the serious bus
iness of earning one's living, for she
and her mother knew the pinch of pov
erty, but the idea of going on the stage
had not occurred to her. lielding to
an impulse, she followed the girls into
Because she had the assurance and
confidence in herself that are essen
tial to comic opera success, the little
German girl told the inquiring sta
managed that she nadn t been en
gaged, but she was seeking a place
And because she was pretty and
rounded and dimpled and tall, with
merry smile and dazzling teeth, the
Hage manager directed her to Signor
de Novellis. The spluttery, kindly
Italian tried her voice and found it
good. He filled out the blank form,
giving her name, her age, her coloring,
and he added: "She has a voice and
temperament: she will make a name
Anl that is how Lulu Glaser came
to jo:n the Francis Wilson Opera com
pany. Everybody's Magazine.
9 Papa's Boy.
The press agent says it will pay you
to take a night off and see "Papa's
Boy" at the Illinois next Sunday even
ing. From the reports which have
traveled in advance this is one of the
real successes of the current season.
In the east, this company has had
phenomenal business and the newspa
per notices have been of a high order.
Mixture of Music.
The press agent says again: "One
of the biggest colored organizations
and the greatest musical novelty of
the season, is Gideon's Georgia Camp
Meeting, which comes to the Illinois
heatre for two performances "next
Saturday. A Georgia Camp Meeting
is a happy blending of all that is pleas
ing, tuneful and tasteful in comic
opera, musical comedy, farce, trav
esty and vaudeville and the entire of
fering is beautifully set off with mag
nificent spectacular effects. The girls
are pretty, the comedians funny, the
ensembles picturesque and the drills
and marches bewildering, while many
novelties are pleasingly introduced.
The entire production is metropolitan
in every respect."
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST I -a st Sunday, between the Har
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Paul, on KiKliteenth street, u gold
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Kinder return to this office and re-
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curity. Mitchell &. Lynde block, Rock
I .--land. 111.
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R'ick Island and Milan. Rock Island
eSice in Bengston block. Milan office
u: Main street.
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at Law.
;neral lesal practice. Otnce room
i:t. Mitchell & Lynde building. Union
Electric 'phone 0601.
UUDOI.ni & REYNOLDS Attorneys-
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McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys at
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& Lynde building'.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys-
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INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold goods a specialty. Oldest and
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PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
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BENNETTS Insurance Aftency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate Riass.
Real estate and loans. Room 2. Bu
ford block. Residence 'phone union
Cfil. oflice union 113.
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property, 20 cents per J10 one year.
40 cents per 1100 three 5-ears. 60 cents
per $100 live vears. Call or address
C. R. Chamberlin. agent, Mitchell &
HAYES & CLE A V ELAND The pioneer
agency. Old time and fire tested com
fanies. Fire, lightning, plate glass,
tornado, accident, life, or almost any
form of risk. Ground floor office 110
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GOLDSMITH & M'KEE write the best
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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.
LEONARD DRACK Architect and su
perintendent. Skinner block, second
floor. Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m.. 4
to o:30 p. m.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping ai mo oiruiw avenue.
nin rrvt Two rooms, with all mod
ern conveniences, at i2 Seventeenth
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 1400H
Third avenue; entrance on Four
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
four voune men at 4413 Sixth ave
nue. New 'phone
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with
modern conveniences, centrally lo
cated: 1702 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room, with all
modem conveniences, tor gentlemen
only, at 510 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with all
modern conveniences, and use ot tel
ephone, at 520 Twenty-second street.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room.
south exposure, with every modern
convenience. at 9S3 Seventeenth
FOR RENT A small furnished room.
with modern conveniences. ill rent
to a student at $4."iO per month. Ad
dress "11. 1H." care Argun.
FOR RENT Furnished room with gas.
electricity and heat, one block Irora
business section. Inquire at Metro
politan Life Insurance office in Y. M.
C. A. building.
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 other conveniences,
including telephone. Men only, need
apply. Call at 1303 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 Five room cottage at
220S Fifth avenue. Inquire on prem
FOR RENT Cottage at MSTwenty-tirst
street. Inquire at 4.l 1 wenty-nrsr.
FOR RENT A six-room house; good
cistern and cellar. Apply on prem
ises, 3200 Tenth avenue.
FOR RENT A 10-room modern house,
two blocks from the court house. In
quire 1922 Third avenue.
FOR RENT A three room house at
429 I-ort v-third street. . Inquire at
West Fourth street, Davenport.
FOR RENT A lo-room house, with all
modern conveniences, at M3 Twenty
ninth street. Inquire at 81" Twenty
FOR RENT Seven-room house, with
furnace and all modern improvements.
Inquire of George McMaster, 2952
FOR RENT Or sale, seven-room cot
tage, with bath, at loin. Twelfth
street. Inquire at E. J. Schmitfs,
1130 Tenth avenue.
FOR RENT A five-room cottage, be
tween Twenty-seventh and J wenty
eighth streets and Fifth avenue. In
quire at the Commercial house.
FOR RENT Two new houses, six rooms
each. 011 Sixth street and Kourteentn
avenue. Good location. Inquire of
William Schaarman. 1004 Fifteenth
street. 'I'hone S43, four rings.
FOR RENT Or sale, a seven-room
house, almost new, located on corner
of Fifteenth street and Eighteenth
avenue. 'Good cistern .rind city water.
Inquire at head of Fourteenth street
and Eighteenth avenue.
FOR RENT Six room flat corner Sixth
avenue and Twentietn street; steam
heated: hot and cold water; furnace,
and all modern conveniences. In
quire of M. M. Sturgeon, Room 19,
Mitchell & Lynde building.
FOR RENT Nice 1.,-room boarding
and rooming house, with exception
ally large lot; good surroundings:
centrally located; gas. bath, steam
heat ami furnace; good money-maker:
rent reasonable. Inquire of Goldsmith
H McKee company.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Best bargains In lots on
Twenty-llfth street and Tenth ave
nue if taken at once. Easy payments.
Inquire Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Double house, quite new.
in splendid repair, with turnace, bath,
gas. etc. If sold at once, can be;
bought for $4.7.'.0. Owner will take
lease for one year or more at $47.50
per month. 11. K. Walker.
FOR SALE At auction, an eight-room
house, with basement, also lot, loca
ted at G17 Thirty-fifth street; will bo
sold to the highest bidder at the auc
tion to be held Saturday. Oct. 15. at
1 p. m.. at the above address. The
title of the above property is perfect
ly clear. City water and good cistern.
Reason for selling is poor health and
wishes to leave the city. M. J. Boweii.
proprietor: 11. C. Harris, auctioneer.
FOR SALE FARM PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Farm property. We have a
nice list or bargains in larms irom
40 to 500 acres in Rock Island and
Scott counttes. Also will exchange.
Goldsmith & McKee Co.
FOR SALE Or exchange, small fruit
farm of 21 acres; 120 acres stump
laud In Michigan fruit belt. t per
acre; 170 acres in fruit belt of Ar
kansas. Well located. A snap. Will
exchange for business or houses. In
quire of C. B. Ellis. Milan. 111.
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
XI 23. care Argus office.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Cheap, a
No 2 B'lll's-eve
ijx3'2. Call at
Eastman kodak. 3
1521 Ninth avenue.
FOR SALE Complete outfit of house
hold goods, must be sold at once.
Inquire !4o5 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE At a bargain, if taken at
once, a sideboard and dining table, in
first-class condition. Address "X. U.
7." care of The Argus.
FOR SALE Imported canaries, par
rots and gold fish at low prices for
two weeks only, at 11.1 Second ave
nue. Store closes at J:30.
FOR SALE A brown driving horse,
seven vears old. weight 1.15 pounds:
ladv broke, pacer or trotter. Inquire
at Kautz At Moeller's livery barn.
FOR SALE Art Garland hard coal
stove. Riverside four-hole cook stove,
and airtight wood heater. Apply to
W. I. Ogden. Woodman building.
FOR SALE Big bargain In a beautiful,
nearly new. upright cabimt grand
piano, standard make, tine tone; must
be sold at on'-e. Inquire at Roes
sler's storage house. Fifteenth street,
opposite court house, or telephone
CARDS 75 cents per 100. round cor
ners Jl per 100; invitations, note, let
ter heads ar.d envelopes printed at
reasonable prices. Embossing and
color work on fine stationary. New
phone 5S15. Bleuer Bros., 1011 Sev
enth avenue. Rock Island.
WANTED MALE HELP.
ANTED A porter at the Rock Island
aepot lunch room. Thirty-tirst street
WANTED A reliable boy about 1
years old. Apply at 15os Second ave
nue. ANTED Two first class coatmakers
at lot. A est Third street, Davenport
J. . . rcese. tailor.
WANTED Bovs who want to work
No others need apply. Rock Island
Rug company, 2225 Fourth avenue.
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WANTED Twenty laborers to work for
the United States on Illinois and Mis
sissippi canal, below Milan boatyard
at $1.25 per day of eight hours, with
board. Inquire at canal office, Milan
WANTED Men to barn barber trade.
Few weeks completes. Special in
ducements) to uisiant applicants, t an
earn expenses before finishing. Gradu
ates make $12 to $15 weekly. Posi
tions waiting. Write for catalogue.
Moler Barber college. Chicago, 111.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
Fantry girls at the Harper
WANTED A girl for general
work at 1524 Ninth avenue.
girl for general
work at 217
Two women for kitchen
the Rock Island house.
WANTED Cook and two girls at
Wright's restaurant, 1923 Second ave
nue. WANTED A kitchen girl at the Opera
House restaurant, 1603 Second ave
nue. WANTED A lady cook at the Rock
Island depot lunch room. Thirty-first
WANTED A competent
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-Girl for general hoi. rework
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WANTED A gill for general house
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1224 Fourth avenue.
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; good wages; no washing
Apply at 2207 Seventh avenue.
WANTED Girl for general housework;
German or Swedish girl preferred;
no washing. Apply at 1019 Twentieth
WASTED A good girl for general
housework. inquire of Miss Raisch,
at M. E. Sweeney's office, Mitchell A:
WANTED A capable woman for wash
ing and ironing, to take it home or
cyme to the house. None but compe-
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woman who wants a home, to live
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WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue ex
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quickly, mailed free. Moler Barber
college, Chicago, 111.
WANTED Ladies to do plain sewing
at home on collars: nothing to buy:
material sent everywhere free. Send
addressed envelope. National Manu
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Hundred and Sixteenth street. New
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Sixteenth street. 'I'hone 51s.
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WANTED Parties desiring room and
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Inquire at MO Third avenue.
WANTED Ladies" and gents' shoes to
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52o.1, Berry's cigar store.
WANTED Boarders by the day or
week. First class board at reason
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profit. Rooms open. all day to ladies
AUGUSTANA COLLEGE Business de
partment. A thorough business
training given for entry Into com
mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at Augustana college.
VILLA DE OHANTAL 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. Rock
FRANK H. S W EM LINE Contractor:
house, buggy and wagon painting;
good work, low prieee; satisfaction
guaranteed. Address Box 434, Rock
PARI DON & SON Artistic Interior
decoration. Finest line of late paper
carried and skilled workman employ
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EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY
Wholesale and retail dealers In bi
tuminous and anthracite coal.
Prompt delivery service. Office. 171S
First avenue. Telephone west 1250.
E- J- BURNS City and country real
estate. If you have property for saJe,
list it with me. If you want to buy
I will do my best to get you what
Lou want. Room 11. Mitchell 6c
ynde block. Telephone 11 Sri.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Countv Court, to the Octo
ber term. A. D. 1904. Petition to Sell
Real Estate to Pav Debts.
Gilmoro Hobert. administrator of the
estate of Gilmore Hobert. deceased
petitioner, vs. Margaret Dunlap. Sar
ah J. notion. .Mary c.osgro, jonn no
bert, Peter H. Hobert. Elizabeth Wag
ner. Annie Myers. William Hobert
Joseph Hobert. Ida Boar. 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 If. Hobert. Elizabeth Wagner. Annie
Myers. William Hobert. Joseph Hobert
and Ida Bear, and each of them.
Affidavit of your non-residence and
f the non-residence of each of you.
having been tiled in the above entitled
ause in the otuce ol the timiersigneu
lerk of the countv court of the county
of Rock Island and state of Illinois.
vim are hereby notified that the above
named petitioner has. heretofore, on
the first dav of September. A. D. 1903
filed in said county court his petition.
on the probate side ot saui 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 ( U I. or tne
northwest quarter i I4 . of section num
ber twenty 1 2"). township number six
teen 1 16). north of range four 4l west
f the fourth 14) principal meridian.
situated in the county of Rock Island
md state of Illinois: that said petition
has been duly amended; that the above
named are the parties to said cause.
mil that said cause stands continued 111
said court, and is still pending therein:
that you have been made defendants
thereto: that a summons lias been issued
in said cause against you, returnable to
the October term. A. 1 . l!ou. ot saiu
court, to be begun and liolden in tne
court bouse In the city of Rock Island.
in said countv and state, on tne ursi
Monday of October. A. 1). 1904. at which
time you will appear and plead, answer
or demur to saiJ petition, as amended.
if you see tit. .
Dated at Rock Island. III., this litn
dav of September. A. D. 1904.
lirJltl it. iicuii.Aui'.
Clerk of Said County Court
HARRY M. M'CASKRll!, Attorney for
I'll tillcnl bin Notice.
of Illinois, Rock Island
In the Countv Court of said County
the November term. A. 1 .. 1004.
Petition to sell real estate to pay
Andrew O'Brien, administrator or the
state of John H. Norris, deceased, peti
tioner, vs. Hazel Norris. '1 he Central
Trust .V Savings Bank ot llie city 01
Rock Island, county aforesaid, guardian
of Marvil Norris. the Central Trust
Savings Bank of the City ot Hock lsl-
nd Countv aloresaid. administrator ot
the estate of Hazel Norris. defendants.
To the above named defendant, aiar-
,il Norris: Affidavit of your non-resi-
donce and that your residence is Hi
Rolfe. Pocohontas county, slate nt
Iowa, having been Tiled in the above
ntitled cause in the oftice 01 the unuer-
signcd clerk of the county court ot the
utility of Hock island, state 01 Illinois.
vim are hereby nolllieii tnat tne aiioe
named petitioner has heretofore on the
loth day of September. P.104. liled 111
the county court of said county his peti
tion on tile probate side of said court,
praving for an order of said court to
sell the following described real estate.
f which the said decedent died seized.
o-wit: The north halt ol lot 1. lu
hamberlain Bros.' subdivision to the
own now ciiy in icock i ans, mimhu'i
n the county of Whiteside, state of
Illinois: that a summons has been is
sued in said cause against you returna-
le to the November term. A. I.. 1!MM.
11 said court to lie iiegun nnn homicu
in the court house 01 jtocn isiami 111
aid county and slate on the first .M011-
l.iv r November, l'.oil. at which time
mil place you will appear and plead.
nswer or 1I1 innr to said petition, and
that said cause is still pending in said
Dated at Ro.k island. Illinois, this
0th day of September, 1'04.
HENRY B. HUBBARD.
Clerk or Said Court.
McEnirv & McEniry solicitors.
Estate of W. A. Ware, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
W. A. Wale, late ot the county ot Jtocn
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that she will appear be-
ore the county court of Rock Island
unity, at the county court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the Decem
ber term, on the first Monday in !-
ember next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to allrnil tortile
purpose of having the same ailiusted.
II persons imlehteil to said estate arc
requested to irake immediate payment
to the undersigned
Dated 1st dav of O.-tober. A. D Hull.
MRS. SARAH i:. WARE.
""-t. te r David M. Tipton.
i'l.e und rslgtied. having l.-en
lion i-, administrator ot lli- estate o
l;:;.i M. Tipton, late of the countv of
Rock Island, slate of Illinois, deceased,
hereby i-s notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the county court room, in
the- citv of Rock Island, at the Decem
ber t.-im. on the first Monday in De
cember next, at which time ail persons
having claims against said estate un
notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons indebted t ft said estate
are requested to make immediate pay-in-nt
to the undersigned.
Dated t;th dav of 1 -tober. A. I . 1904.
CHARLES ". DURHAM.
Admin ist ra tor.
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Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Peter Iarkin, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned. Charles J. lirkin, admln-
isiraior 01 tne estate of Peter I.arkln.
deceased, has this dav tiled his final re
port and settlement as such In the coun
ty court of Rock Island county, mil
hearing on said report has been set for
Oct. 15. 1004. at o'clock u. m.. at which
time persons interested may appearand
make objections thereto, and If no ob
jections are Tiled, said report will be ap
proved at that time, and the undersign
ed will ask for an order of distribution,
ami will also ask to lie discharged.
Rock Island. 111.. Sept. 23. 1H04.
CHARLES J. LARK IN.
James F. Murphy. Attorney.
Estate of Jessie A. Harrington, de
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed administratrix of the est ute tf
Jessie A. Harrington, late of the county
of Rock Island, state of Illinois rt.'-
ccased. hereby gives notice that she will
appear before the county court of Rock
island county, at the countv court room,
in the city of Rock Island, at the No
vember term, on the first Monday in
November next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
ire notified and re.iuesteil to nri,.ii f,
the purpose of having the same n. I lust
ed. All persons indebted to said estate
arc requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated li'th dav of September. A I
1!'04. ANNA E. HARRINGTON.
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Rock Island, III.
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Rock Island. 111.
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