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fTHE ARGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, lOOJ.
Tuesday, Dec 27.
Oae Night Oaly.
reopie x 2 Btg Burlesques z
"THE WRONG MR. CORBETT.
TfcltM-flaa 'Daaefaa; Clria.
rW S5e, SOr, 73e. Seat sale Sunday
Wednesday Dec. 23.
Ylmt tlm tii re and, only trl-eity. en-K-iK
mnt of George R. Whir latest
Nf York fiimlc opera rmrrM,
Smmpmr -mm. Vrrtty tilrln. Bright
I t"", Klae I'Mlaian. ('..aaaaay ml SO,
Im ibe caa mt la or I Ira a re
llelea H r. 4 aarlea Way a.
Milk lllair. Taa Ila4avar.
IrKiala latner. l-'rrVri-k. Hulsh,
Myrtlr lriarr, H krrlrr llarU.
Clara IrrllaK. 4. rarer- !"! i.
J. A. J'rr. JwH-pklBr ( bail.
Prlrea Cr Sl-Vn. H--at sale at 9
Vli-k Monday at tiir.itri'.
ihlUTias CwAWlui.miDT Cwwoy.
Friday, December 30.
Flrat liasr here Jaha . Flatter are-
eata mf aperlal arraagraaeat with I be
Aaafla Daly eatate.
JAMES T. POWERS
tierce K. i'rtn at . Margaret Mr Kla
mry. I'lareaee K. at I lb. Jaaa Praeary,
.tag to Harry, ( bar Ira Arllag. Jaar
ablae en at a a. Pre4 W. Ilaatley.
Grand Chorus of 56 and Special Orches
tra. The ; real rat Prodaellaa mt Maaleal
t nmtrdjr i:er Made la Aaierlea.
I'rliTa i IJVO. SI .OA. 75e. SOe aatl Sie.
Feat on sale 9 o'cludc Wednesday at
I hive u'cJ and prescribed SUN
Fn'OHTS CALIFORNIA BABY
l-i).)p .!? n-uch satisfaction and
( sir.- !cr it one of the best, if not the
- fo.v! prcfarVtin cn the market.
!i J-J nc crrcia'.'.y Rood service in
i.-.j i-a; of ('i.!ora Infantum, and in
T r' ' Trvi r I found it invaluable.
T. McNwy. M D.Saa JotcCal.
fOc, 75c, $1.25, $3.00
-.. f- r J ,xj r-.ei B-jM ftt'
M -;.irrrsHiSf ALIFORM
!.- ' 'V I " lev
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it is quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it.it is
quality that makes possible con
sumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, clean ash; lastly It's qualfc
ity that lessens your fuel bill
you're not paying for dirt, refuse
or unburnables. The coal we han
dle, both hard and soft, deserves
all the good things we and our
patrons say for it. A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZEP
Tri-City Catering Co.,
Caterers and party cooks. Serve
parties of all kinds complete,
also make and supply ice cream,
cake, patties, croquettes and
salads. We also have a great
variety of china, silver, linen
and cut glass to rent. If you
are go?ng to entertain, call up
'Phone 940 North, and see what
we can do for you.
MUJ "ill MM
HOW BILLY SUNDAY, THE
rtfiiinn ior- nnr rtr-i ininul
1.1 All U CLIO 1 1 UU I nCLITalUII
Had Found It Handy In His Work
as Professional Ball
The Blocrmington Bulletin gives the
following version of how Billy Sunday
got religion in his early days
In the davit ctf old fcnxfeillv in
the times of the Creeks thiotir wr
a part of the religious ceremony. The
competitors made votive offerings to
tbeir various divinities, and would
not think of entering on games with
out invoking divine aid. In the pres
ent day the patrons of professional
snorts may think such a custom lu
dicrous in the extreme. If you told
a "fan that religion had anything to
do with baseball except by inter
fering with Sunday games, he would
"As a matter of fact professional
ball players take their vocation so se
riously that like Jack Cronin. the
Brooklyn pitcher, they will in games
of great importance, cross themselves
before each plaj-. or be blessed by a
priest before going on the diamond
The Roman Catholic clergy patronize
base-ball more generously than any
other kind of professional men. and
partly because most of the players
belong to that church; and therefore
they have a peculiar sympathetic and
vivid interest in the sport.
"So strong is their influence that
when Joe Kelly wanted to sign Mike
he enlisted the services of a priest,
whn niaHa lha l-.ncv I rin fmm Cinln-
natl to Boston for -the purpose oil
I-1 o uauuiQ iuo.1. uuv.. uavft ...
Bat. unfortunately for Kellr. Bar-1
n. nrevfn mnpr nf th Pittsihiinr
ney ureyius, owner or me fiitsourg
club, and or dinerent persuasion.
reached Boston first, and by a muni
ficent offer, secured a contract. By
Catholic clergymen Sunday ball play
ing 13 liberally regarded, but as an
instance, by the protest in New York
this year, Protestant ministers for the
most part hold it a desecration of the
Sabbath. This feeling is shared by
many players, who. like Mathewson.
the son of pious Pennsylvania parents, I WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue ex
T. i . I plains how we teach halrdressing.
Will Slga BO CUUlfBli umc-oa u c
empts them from playing on Sunday.
"Curiously enough, the man that
inspired this feeling, to a great extent,
was a famous ball player named Sun
day Billy Sunday whose phenome- J
nal catches were the talk of the
'rooters a few years ago. He is an
evangelist now. and holds open air
n..Dtln tn which he eets as manv I
v v.f5- o "
ball players as possible, urging them
to give up playing on the Sabbath.
The story of his conversion always
produces a profound effect.
"He was playing left field for Cin
cinnati at a Sunday game, where 20,
Oftf) people were present. An evange
list had -been trying for some time
to convert him. and Bil'.y could not
see the percentage. Finally after nu
merous Bible readings together Billy
began to waver, but he remained
skeptical on the power of prayer, on
which the minister laid particular
"'Thai's all right, said Sunday,
dubiously, 'but these answers don't
come quick enough for me.
" Prove it. Call on God in your
hour of need when you need imme
diate aid. returned the evangelist.
"'What! On anythingT Sunday
said, half convinced.
"Anything. insisted the evangelist,
'even in ball plays.'
This wad Saturday night, and the
minister ient the next hour trying to
make him give up the Sunday games.
" 'Well. said Sunday. I guess you're
right about that; but 111 have to play
ball tomorrow, anyhow. There is no
body on the bench than can take my
place and I can't throw the team down.
I'll tell you what, you come out with me
and see the game. Maybe you won't
think it such a sin.'
It was an unusually exciting con
toKt all the way through, with the
home team one run ahead in the ninth
inning. The visitors, however, had
three men on bases with two out. and
a good hard single would win the game.
The next batter up laced out a line
drive into the bleachers that looked
good for a home run. The crowd went
yelling mad everybody standing up
crying at Sunday, who was sailing over'
the field at top speed with his right
hand stretched out. Arriving at the
fringe of spectators inside the fielJ,
Billy hesitated for a second.
"'Jump over them!"
"A home run! Rah! rah!
"'Get it! Get it! Get it!'
"But one voice rose tremulously
near to Sunday. 'Now pray! "it
called. Billy flashed a glance at the
man and saw it was the evangelist,
more excited than anybody else. With
his lips nervously twisted he hurdled
the line of fani, up three rows of seats
and to the amazement of the multitude
brought down his ungloved hand with
the ball nestling there.
" 'When I heard you. said Billy, after
the game, to the minister, 'I prayed
Ird. let me just catch this ball, and
never for me again on a Sunday."
Fight Will f Bitter.
Those who will persist in closing
their ears against the continual rec
ommendation of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, will nave a
long and bitter fight with their trou
bles, if not ended earlier by fatal
termination. Read what T. R. Beall.
of Beall. Miss., has to say: "Last fall
my wife had every symptom "of con
sumption. She took Dr. King's New
Discovery afterv everything else had
failed. Improvement came at once,
and four bottles entirely cured her.
Guaranteed by Hartz & VVemeyerj
druggists. Price 50 cents and Hi
I Trial bottles fre
Will of Hugh Brennan
Tho will f Ka Ioa U.,,.t, TAnn
of this city, was probated in the coun
ty court today. The estate, except
I ine minor beouests to six children and
I two grandchildren, is left to the danrh
J tcr. Mrs. Mary Coleman,' wife 6t Den
n!s Coleman, with whom Mr. Brennan
I made his home, during the later years
I of his life,
A Frightened Horse,
Running like mad down the street
dmPin )he occupants, or a hundred
other accidents, are every day occur
fences. It behooves everybody to have
a reliable salve handy and there's none
as good as Bucklin's Arnica' Salve.
Burns, cuts, sores, eczema and piles,
disappear quickly under its soothing
effect. 25 cents at Hartz & Ullemey-
er's drug store.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Gnnil solicitors anil canvass
ers: salary from $12 to $18 per week.
Apply evenings at 825 Seventh ave
WANTED Energetic, trustworthy man
or woman, to work In Illinois, repre
senting large manufacturing com
pany; salary. $40 to 390 per month
Iaid weekly; expenses advanced. Ad
dress, with stamp. J. 1L Moore. Hock
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Shortest and most thorough method.
1'ractiral experience, careful Instruc
tions, little expense, board and tools
provided. Come now and complete
during busy season. Catalogue free.
Moler Barber college, Chicago. 111.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
-Dishwasher; 3108 Fifth av
I WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper
wanted A cook and two girls at
Wright's restaurant at 1923 Second
I WANTED A good girl, for general
housework: no washing or ironing.
i inquire at iui nnn avenue.
WANTED A laundress, by the week;
steady work. Apply at Uethany Home,
Aiken street. South Rock Island.
WANTED A competent girl to do
housework. One who can go home
nights. Call at 1126 Second avenue.
WANTED A competent girl for gen
eral Housework in lamny or three
adults: good wages. Apply at t24
manicuring and facial massage
auickly. mailed free. Moler Barber
college, Chicago. 11L
Position by experienced
stenographer; faithful and trustwor
thy; references. Address Miss L.,
Boarders, at the German
house: nicely furnished rooms, with
heat: good board and good service at
u reasonable price. 637 Seventeenth
street. Phone 845 west.
WANTED Ladles to visit the Noonday
rteti rooms at intra 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.. to gentlemen as well as ladies.
Rooms open all day to ladies for rest.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A pair of gold rim spectacles on
street car between Twenty-fourth
street and C, Ft. I. & P. depot. Find
er leave at Argus office and be re
warded. LOST On Second avenue or in depart
ment stores, la ay s goia which ana
chatelaine pin. name and date April
25 on inside of case. Reward for re
turn to Argus office.
LOST Will the person who received a
Lloyd's stiff hat. with the-initials "L.
M." on inside band, in place of bis
own from the check room at the ma
chinists' ball Friday evening, please
return it to its owner at 521 Twenty
second street ami receive his own in
CARD OF THANKS.
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD GREOO wish
to extend their sincere thanks to
neighbors and friends for the assist
ance and kindness rendered in their
recent bereavement: hIso to express
thanks for the floral offerings.
MISS FLORENCE JONES wishes to
thank all her friends who helped her
gather eoiipons. and wishes them a
happy New Year."
PROFESSION AI ATTORNEYS.
JACKSON. HURST & STAFFORD At-torneys-at-Iaw.
Office in Rock Isl
and National bank building.
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. ads tracts oi
title. Office in Bengston clock.
6EARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate se
curity. Mitchell ft Lynde block. Rock
U. M. McCASKRIN Attorney-at-Law,
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island
office In Bengston block. Milan office
on Main street.
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at Law.
General legal practice. tjmce roum
13. Mitchell ft Lynde building. Union
Electric 'phone 6601.
LUDOLPH ft REYNOLDS Attorneys-at-Law.
Money to loan. General le
gal business. Notary public 4705
Second avenue, Buford block.
McENIRY ft McENIRY Attorneys at
law. Loan money on good security;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell ft Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell
ft L)-i building.
CONNELLY ft CONNELLY Attorneys-
t-iaw. W. A. litnun. owwiia w-
vokat. Office over Crampton's
store. 1719 Second avenue. Pension
Loans. Patents, etc
RC'H I T KCTS.
f wvM & T rt mir'irlrihllt anif an
perlntendent. Skinner block, second
floor. Office hours. It to 12 a. to, 4
tn S:S0 p. tn.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, ICQ?
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
PAR I DON ft SON Artistie Interior
decoration. Finest line of late paper
carried and skilled workmen employ
el Moderate price. 417 Seven
FRANK H. SWEMLINE Contractor In
bouse... buggy . a ad sign painting:
L-. goodjork,. Jow P-rJcos, satisfaction
lluai.lMrru. itvw uuuq 9,,, tavy
at 413 Twelfth street. '
FOR RJSXT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished rodm for light
housekeeping, at 1011. Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 111$ Second avenue.
FOR RENT Four furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, at 1011 Fourth
avenue. ' - - ;
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, also sleeping rooms, at
if t3 second avenue. .
FOR RENT A furnished room, with
.modern conveniences, ax ri? Fifteenth
FOR RENT Tww-furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, to right parties;
-reasonable; at 219 Fifteenth street.
FOR- RENT Furnished rooms, with
good table board, at 140 04 Third av
anue: entrance on Fourteenth street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, with bath, gas and furnace
.heat; also use of phone, at 718. Eigh
FOR RENT Furnished room In the
Maucker building; modern conveni
ences. Inquire W. C Maucker, Ma
sonic temple. .
FOR RENT One furnished room, with
all modern conveniences and use of
phone, with board if desired. Phone
6919: 616 Thirty-ninth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms.
witn neat ana ail otner conveniences.
Including telephone. Men only, need
apply. Call at ISO Second avenue.
FOR 'RENT One pleasant, furnished
front room, with an modern conveni
ences; also first class table board at
reasonable prices. New 'phone 5009;
1229 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Rooms suitable for barber
shop on corner of Rock Island house;
small ground fl'or omce room on Sev
enteenth street, rear of Rock Island
house; also splendid office room on
omce floor of Rock island bouse.
FOR RENT At 527 Twentieth street, a
suite of three rurnlsned rooms, on
first floor, with nil conveniences and
use of phone, for housekeeping. Will
rent to reliable party who can give
references. Inquire at the above num
ber at once.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A nve-room house at 604
Twelfth street. Inquire at 800 Sev
FOR RENT A seven-room house, with
water and sewer, at 1918 Fifth ave
nue. Inquire at 1916 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT A six-room house, with
city water and sewer, at 223 Twenty-
nrst street. inquire oi rtosenneiu
Bros., 1515 Third avenue.
FOR RENT A four-room flat over
Maucker s new grocery in South Rock
Island, Ninth street. Inquire at the
store, or W. C. Maucker. Masonic
FOR S A LIS CITY PROPERTT.
OR SALE Best bargains In lots on
Twenty-fifth street and Tenth ave
nue if taken at once. Easy payments.
Inquire Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE A nice lot on Fourteenth
street, between Tenth and Eleventh
avenues; will be sold In the interests
of Y. M. C. A. debt, and is a bargain.
Must be sold before Jan. 1. Inquire
at Y. M. C. A, office.
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 and
Rcott counties. Also will exchange.
Goldsmith & McKee Co.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Cheap, a No. 4 Rock Isl
and Oak heating stove, good as new.
Inquire 421 Fourth street.
FOR RENT Splendid office, rear of
' main lobby of new Rock Island house.
Will be arranged to suit tenant.
DR. MARY YATES Magnetic healer
and spiritual medium. Hours, I to 10
p. m. Residence, 705 Fourth avenue.
Take the Blue line west.
MADAM RHEA, the noted .medium, lo
cated at 1917 14 Second avenue, gives
correct life readings; gifted with
prophetic power to unravel past,
present and future. Hours, 9 a, m.
to 9 p. m.
PROF. FRANK J. EMMETT. the won
derful clairvoyant tnd palmist. 409
Twenty-third street. Rock Island,
tells your name, age, and exactly
what you want to know now, and
just what you should do to be suc
cessful. No guess work. No mis
takes. Complete full life reading for
.this week only. 50 cents. If not sat
isfied, you do not pay. Hours, 10 to
MONEY TO LOAN.
IF YOU WANT to build or buy a house.
we can loan you the money at cur
rent interest rates. Goldsmith ft Mc
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate se
curity at lowest rates. Marion E.
Sweeney, attorney, rooms 33-35,
. Mitchell ft 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
S8. Mitchell & Lvnde block.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
IL J. TOHER & CO. Brokers, Daven
port. Stocks, grain, provisions, cot
ton. Private wire to New York and
Chicago. Offices 109 Main street. Tel
GEOItGE II. SIDWELL & CO. Com
mission merchants. Grain, hay and
provisions. Members of the Chicago
board of trade and Chicago stock ex
change. Established 25 years. No.
642 and 643 Rlalto building. Long
distance 'pnone Harrison 266S.
AUGUST AN A COLLEGE Business de
partment. A thorough business
training given for entry Into com
mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at Auguatana college.
VILLA DE CHANTAL 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
PATENT and trademark office, room
14. Mitchell ft Lynde building. Rock
Island. James F. Murphy, associate,
branch of Moore ft Co., patent attor
neys. Washington, D. C, and Chica
EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AJTD CAB.
ROBBS TRANSFER COMPANY 120
West Seventeenth street. Old 'phone
1517. new 'phone 6153. New storage
building. Express, baggage, 'bus and
Mb calls answered day or night.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
builders. Also manufacturers of
sash, doors, blinds and mouldings.
' Dealers in plate window and art
glass. Offices an factory. 111 to 329
PaftUea tloa Not lee
State of. Illinois. Rock Island Ceun
ty es: . .
In the Circuit Court, to'tne January
term. a. D. 1905. In Chancery.
i i anaerveer, complainant, vs.
Marian W. Young. Henry Kuehl. the
unknown heirs or devisees of Henry
v. , m miaul iiaussen,
$?n.unknJ?.wn k1" or devisees of
JJ,illla Claussen. deceased; . Israel
urw, me u ii Known neirs or devl
f.e,esoftlarael Thornell, deceased; J.
Zacharie, the unknown heirs or
uetisees oi j. w. z.acnarie, deceased;
the unknown owners of th wa nn
half (H of the northwest fractional
Muaner v oi section number nine
teen (19), containing thirty-seven and
acres, more or less, in township num
ber seventeen (17), north of range
number two (2). west of th fn..nh
4) principal meridian; also the west
uiic-naii iuji oi me southwest frac
tional quarter (4) of said section
number nineteen (19); also known as
' numoer two (Z and three (3) in
aid southwest fractional Quarter of
section number nineteen (19). andlor,h,,us Cauffman. deceased: James
containing nnn hnnilroi an.i I II. Rmrkett. thn unknown heirs or
and eighty-four hundredths (151.84)
acres, more or less, jn township num-
ber seventeen (17), north of range
two (2), west of the fourth (4) prin-
lurriuiuu, also tne Southeast t3 1 uuu C9iiii o, un'eusrui xuargar-
quajter (4) of the southeast quar- et Sharp, the unknown heirs or dev
ter (4), of section number twen- '"ees of Margaret IX Sharp, deceased;
ty-four (24), containing forty (40) tne unknown owners of sub-lot number
vt-. hum : ur less, in lownsnip num-
bcr seventeen (17). north of range
three (3) West of the fourth (4) prin-
i-tlMu meridian; ana also me north-
known heirs or devisees of Henrv TCnehl
deceased William Claussen, the un-
known heirs or devisees of William
Claussen. deceased; Israel Thornell, the
unknown heirs or devisees of Israel
tarter ( ii ) of section number twen. I Rock Island and state of Illinois. orlii-n .fQ t Tr.... , !:..
-juai ivi -3A. W UI LUCS IlUrLllfHRL I aaiva r a . uc ivs sis V"C vuut. v va Ufl I'OnflOr ata f T 4
five (2i). containing forty (40) I anv Part thereof. I by gives notice that he will innear He.
es, more or less, situated in town' Affidavit of your non-residence and of I rrJ? thf 'n'PJ?.1.:
snip number seventeen (17), north of tne non-residence or each of you having county, at the county court room in t
range three (3) west of the fourth (4) ben filed In the above entitled cause in city of Rock Island at the FVbVIiarv
principal meridian, in the county of the office of the undersigned clerk of term, on the firVt nday in February
Rock laland. state or Illinois, or any the circuit court of the county of at whlch time aU persons havfnJr
part thereof, defendants. Bill to Roc Island and state of Illinois, you claims against said esta are notTfied
tiuiet Title. are hereby notified that the above nam- and 1 requested to iltend for lh m.r.
To the above named defendants. Mar- ed complainant has filed in said court DOe of having the same nrttiir.i All
lan W. Youne. Ilenrv Kuehl th ,7n. his bill of complaint acainst vou. on the V-ilUr-i". s"m? aiV""le-- AU
Thornell, deceased; J. W. Zacharie, thecourt house In tha city of Rock Island,
unknown heirs or devisees of J. W. I ,n 8aid countv. In the state of Illinois.
Zacharie. deceased: the unknown own-1 on the first Monday of January. A. T.
ers of the west one-half (A) of the!1903' at which time and place you will
section number nineteen (19), contain "aid bill of complaint, as you may see of the last will anTfestament 2? &Ur-h
a.T.W1. dfltbatednat Rock Island, this 1st iHfi
Trl SuSltr Ww 0DeCeSEo'ROEV9OAMBLE.
zsrjztisrits -rrioVest s. waffio. EBB1!$TBB$
fractional quarter (i) of said section "eitors. wJ,lr "maktbTectlne thr?ty mm.!
number nineteen (19); also known as Exeeutor'a Kottee. R ' no SbjwUons are filed sXld renirt
lots number two (2) and three 3 in Exeeutora Aotlee. it n o oojeciions are filed, said report
in i r i ii Mr - t mfi inno i niiorrAF at' m j-iv i hiki iiifHii. m l ?. kit w r sir fipm n r in i
said southwest fractional quarter ("i)l
or section number nineteen and
containing one hundred .and .fiftv-one
and eighty-four one-hundredths (151.84)
acres, more or less, in township num-
ber seventeen (171. north of rann two
(2). west of the fourth (4) principal
meridian; aiso tne soutneast quarter
() of the southeast quarter ( Vi ) of
section number twenty-four (24) con-
taining forty (40) acres, more or less,
Affidavit of your non-residence and
in townsiup number seventeen (17), sons navmg ciaims against saia estate Mder inVrf nmr w mi.
north of range three (3). west of the are notified and requested to at- n Ta4t wm SZf vS1'
fourth principal meridian: and also the tend for the purpose of having 5n hia thi ai -Jhln.ClKC,,,,;
northeast quarter ( U ) of the northeast the same adjusted. All persons "f ha,?l3dav-"'f1dh
quarter (14 ) of section number twenty- indebted to said estate are request- Btf f1 uZXhS0JJly
five (25). containing forty (40) acres, ed to make immediate payment to the t0' Vd rinrd hSi nIy,,?n2!"?I:
more or less, situated in township num- undersigned. taf,? in,?-,r "fSS been ."etufa
ber seventeen (17). north of range Dated this 29th day of November A. Ji1J? i' V?lclk a m- Rt whl1
three (3). west of the fourth (4) prin- D. 1904. ELLEN CALL. - mTwPonient JnierVld nay aPPa,'l
pal meridian, in the county of Rock Executrfx. MSns a filed saTd 'report win
Island and state of Illinois, or anv nart James P. Murphy. Attorney. . i!cii.n.?..ar? PJT d. said report will, be
i. ,t on"r? 5erce.vof acn of..?;ou stat ot Illinois. Rock Island Cpun
having been filed in the above entitled I ty ss: t . . V,
cause in tne omce or tne undersigned
clerk of the circuit court or the county
of Rock Island and state of Illinois, vou
are hereby notified that the above nam-
rv v'"'i"",a""i ntr in miu tuun
. .1 nn n. A 1 a.1 1 ....11 . . .
his bill of complaint against you, on the
chancery side of said court; that a sum
mons In chancery has been issued in
said cause against you, returnable to
the January term, A. D. 1905, of said
court, to be begun and holden In the
court house In the city of Rock Island,
in said county, in the state of Illinois,
on the first Monday of January. A. D.
1905. at which time and place you will
ap.peavrM?n(J P,cad; answer or demur td ter H. Hobert. Elizabeth Wagner, Annie , t.'-.1-:
said bill of complaint, as you may see Myers. William Hobert, Joseph Hobert 1 ilen State-fit-.
- . -- land Trt.i Rear, n nil oneh nf them. I California bp
. . . ... . , . .
day of December. A. D. 1904.
iraiCU Ctl. AUUll. XBIUIUI. All.. LU 13 1SL
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Said Court.
Sweeney &, walker. comDiainant s 8o -
Estate of Martin Reldv .deceased.
The undersisrned. havinir been an-
nninlitfl iuItyiI niut ru Inr nf thA pshitf. of
if iirtin Tfpiilv Into nf trie rnnntv nf
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased.
herebv gives notice that he will appear
hofnra tlie emmtv court nf Ttnclc Talons
county, at the county court room, in the
city of Rook Island, at the March term,
on the first Monday in March next, at
whlh t irYin nil nersnna huvlna. Malms
against said estate aro notified and re-
quested to attend for the purpose of
. . . . , , .... . i .
naving ine same aujusieu. am ieriiii
indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the
Dated 19th day of Decembr, A.
JAMES E. REIDY,
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State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, to the January
term, A. D. 1905. in chancery.
Ezra Wilcher. complainant, vs. Theoph
nus t. cautrman. the unknown neirs
or devisees of Tbeophinis F. Cauff
man. deceased: James H. Bracket!.
IhA nnlrnAvn - tieira rf H.vtMl
James H. Bracket, deceased: Daniel
Farber. the unknown heirs or devi
sees of Daniel Farber, deceased; Ja
cod snarp. the unknown heirs or aev-
isees of Jacob Sharp, deceased; Mar -
garet D. Sharp, the unknown heirs or
devisees of Margaret D. Sharp. de -
ceased: the unknown owners of sub
lot number four (4), In block number
fourteen 14. in that nart of the citv
of Rock Island known as the Chicago!
or ix)wer addition, according to as-1 requirea. now, unless you, the said de
sessor's plat of A. D. 1S64. and situ-1 fendant above named. Edmund Noeman.
ated In the county of Rock Island and
state of Illinois, or of anv part there -
of. defendants. Bill to Quiet Title.
To the above named non-resident de
ienaanis. i neopnuus f. caun:man;on me nrsi Monaay in January next.
I tne unknown heirs or devisees of The
devisees of James H. Brackett. deceas-
edi Daniel Farber. the unknown heirs
or devisees of Daniel Farber. deceased;
Jaeob Sharp, the unknown heirs or dev-
I " in uiwr iiuiuovr luurircn i r .
,n that part of the city of Rock Island
I known as the Chicago or Lower addi-
I lo- "cturuiiiK iu assrasur i piai ui a.
I chancery side of said court: that a sum-
mons in chancery has been Issued in
said cause against you. returnable to
the January term. A. D. 1905. of said
court, to be begun and holden in the
Estate of David Call, deceased.
I i ne undersigned, navinar been an.
I pointed executrix of the last will and
I testament of David Call, late of the
I county oi mock isiana. state or Illinois,
I deceased, herebv srives notice thnt she
will appear before the county court of
nocis ismnu county, at tne county court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
February term, on the first Monday in
February next, at which time all per-
I in the Countv Court In llm 'lnntn
term A D 1905 Petition to Sefl Real
p-V?;. Ai8.!Tetluon to BeU
oilmora Hnhert. ndmlnlstratne of "tha
I .. - - -
estate or i; mora Hnhert. 1eeAntl.
petitioner, vs. Margaret Dunlap. Sar-
AK T Ifl.AH. . . . 1 T I I
bert.' Peter H'. HoberrEtisabeth'w:
ner. Annie Myer- William Hobeft.
Joseph Hobert. Ida Bear. Belle Blsh-
Hobert. Ida Bear. Belle Blsh-
;rt J. Whitney, administrator
estate of Flavel J. Whitney.
I, and A. J. Miller, defend-
op, Albert J.
of the estate
H QfH.a ond ami
To the above named defendants, Pe-
t.i tj,. .i ..
I ". V d , ailU li V 1 1 T 111.
I OI .1 . . I . f sin MA0 A AM rt a mJ9
the non-residence of each of vmi hav -
cause in the office of the underslgned
mg oeen niea in tne above entitieai
iiA - Lr vha hj nnTmtu
nt Rnelr Tslann and atnta of Tlllnnla.
n !i m nrl naH Innot has haiAtnfAta nn
the first day of Sentember. A. D. 1903.
filed in said county court his petition.
I nn the nrnhatik atriA nf aflld court, nrav-I
llna - for nn order nf snld court tn sell
I the following described real estate, of
which the said decedent died seized, to-
I wit; .
The southeast quarter (4) of the
northwest quartered) or section num-
her twenty (20), township number six-
lrn i 1 R north nf m F1CP four H WA,t
of the fourth (4 principal meridian,
situated in the county of Rock Island
I . . . . . mi i . . I . l .1.1....
i una siait' i Illinois, ioul au.ni punium
I has been duly amended: that the above
under-lnamed are the parlies to said cause.
:ini tnat saia cause stanas coniinuea in
said court, and is still pending therein:!
that you have necn niaae aprcnaants
thereto: that a summons was issuea n
said cause against yon, returnable to
the October term, A. u. jo. oi sam
court; that for want of sufficient serv-
i n a a.nwn m nnM A .1 A V. Q KAAn ,l,.lvl
continued for further pervice upon you
by publication, and will stand contln-
ued to the janary term, a- v. i
said court, to be begun and holden in
ine couri nouse in inw uuy ui nwn
Ittlilllll. Ill saiu t ... .ll k J VA Ui" .v.. .... I
-i i-rr lannorv a r lan. at I
whic h time vou will appear and plead. I
answer or demur to said petition, as
amended, if you see fit.
Dated at Rock Island this 1st day of
Tleeemher. A. D. 1904.
HENRY B. HUBBARD.
Clerk of Said County Court.
Harry M. McCaskrln, attorney for ad
ministrator. Publication Notice.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of said county,
to the January term. A. D. 1905. Bill
to Quiet Title. In Chancery. General
No. 5424. , ,
Flora J. Fisher. Mary S. Fisher and
Flora T. Hamilton, complainants, vs.
Edward Shoebridge; the unknown
heirs or devisees of Edward Shoe
bridge, deceased: the unknown heirs
or devisees of William Wright, de
ceased; George Frysinger, Benjamin
Frysinger, Hattie Frysinger, George
Frysinger, Harry J. Frysinger. James
Downing and Thomas Downing, de
To the above named defendants, Wil
liam B. Frysinger and Thomas Down
ing, and each of them. . . .
Affidavit having been filed In the of
fice of the clerk of the circuit court of
said Rock Island county, that the ad
dress and place of residence of said
defendants, William B. Frysinger and
Thomas Downing are unknown and .on
diligent Inquiry can not be found, notice
Is hereoy given to you ana i ' ' J " "
that the above named complainants on
Aug. 20. 1904, filed in said court their
bill of complaint against you, on the
chancery side of said court, wherein
said suit Is now pending: that a sum
mons in chancery has been issued In
said cause against you. returnable to
the September term. A. D. 1904. of said
court, and returned, said defendants
not found, and at said September term.
1904. said cause has been continued for
service upon you and each of you to
the JanuHry term, A. D. 1905. of said
court, to be begun and held at the court
bouse in the city of Rock Island, in
said county, on the first Monday In
January, A. D. 105, at which time and
place you will appear and plead, answer
or demur to said bill of complaint, a
you may see fit.
Dated this 30th day of November, A.
D- 194' GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Said Circuit Court.
Marlon E. Sweeney, solicitor for com
plainants. - . - - -
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------- - 1 - - ' i lauuroveu hi mat time, ana ine iinorr.
Las vegas, t. as.
Netlce ar Paklleatlea.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Count
In the Circuit Court, to January term,'
A- D. 1905. In Chancery. Oen. No ta7.
Mary Noeman vs. Edmund Norman.
Affidavit that the said defendant on
due inaulrv cannot ba found, am that
I ne is concealed within this state so that
nf I DrnrMa rnnnAl Kj, ,rri.1 iimh 1.1m
I having ben filed In tha clerk's offla nr
- lthe circuit court of said countv. notlea
- is therefore hereby given to the said
I aeienaant tnat tha complainant filed
1 her bill of complaint In said court, on
I the ehancery side thereof, on the th
day of May. 1904. and that thereupon a.
- 1 summons issued out of said court.
I wherein said suit Is now pending, re
I turnable on the first Monday in ih.
month of January next, as la by law
I shall personally be and appear before
laaid circuit court, on the tlrst dav of
I the next term thereof, to be holdeu at
- Rock Island, in and for the said county.
- lend plead, answer or demur to the said
I complainant bill of complaint, the
I same and the matters and thtne-a lhr.
In charged and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the. prayer of snld bill,
OEOBOE W. GAMBLE.
Rock Island. 111., Dec. 2. 1904.
H. A. Weld, complainant's solicitor.
Admlalatrator'a Nat lee.
Estate of Thomas Pender .deceased.
The undersinrned havina been a nnninl.
ed administrator of the estate of Thorn.
quested to make immediate payment to
natea 5tn day or December. A. D.
1904. DANIEL COR KEN.
Notice mt Klaal Settlemeat.
Estate of Sarah Gregg, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that tha
v v aa.fr V IUV aiia 1. 1 1 J
Undersigned will ask for an nnlrr rtf
distribution, and will also ask to be
Kock island. III., Dee. 1. 1S04.
Notice of Flaal Settlemeat.
Estate of Francis E. Cromntnn. d-
signed, will ask for an order of distri
bution, and will also ask tn h Slim.
Rock Island. III.. Dec. 9. 1904.
GEORGE W. CROMPTON.
Harry M. McCaskrln. Attorney.
RAILWAYS AND STEAMERS.
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Depot, Second avenue and Twentieth
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F. A. RIDDELL, Agent.
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Fine finish and quick service. 1814
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