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TIIE ARGUS, rrnUB'SDAY, JANUARY 10, 1003.
I'iae Heme. ljr Charles HrMf
If is fin. r-:lTf . on Ninth av--:ii-
ar.l KvMh stre.'t. inrn-r.
Tv- .!! rurt r: and material is
.: tr.c t I'iri'lJKtK.'it. Modern
i-. v.-ry way. !.t watfr h-at in
r .- i o . rn . I- -barrel cistTr.:
!. I. alii room; cotr.-r lot tcixll'i:
rt m t.t walk: electricity
.-.rv rom. ar.l cioset In -v -
v r-.om -an b li"':Kl.t for 41.-
,f taken in l' davs. K'-ai'in
f..r --:, r... bavir.g -lt jr. Thi Is
.- sr...-;.. Houre cost originally $,-
Mr. llrldemaaa baa a T0-
fwoi lut jat eart of tbla l"oe.
Iff els., .n .1 n.op on th! lot.
I x ix I v. f.,r $ 2ji.
nl ha n-w fire-r....-,
i'itiK'i- .n at h- of N".r:!h
-irc.-t. with .'.'-r.M.l .. . fur tl.3'."
.ri-., ,.t ..n Twlflli avHiui- ! -t
.!, i 'i and Eighth Ftr-:t".
I?. .! . t- several 1 I-t cM
rfc t :. v f 1 1 h- will -II.
'I'fi. ;imi- rof.-rf i-xi must 1.
-M ;i I (.-. and those intercut d
...!. I t.ik advantage of this f
;-.r l un 1 1 v :ir-l . M Ib-'demann
m ;,i ti... atii-t jossible mo
ment. 8 Goldsmith. &
I McKce Co.
Just As Anxious I
H As America '
0 .i to hold and defend the cup
end prevent S r Thcri3 Lipton
O frj.-n I jnd " the much coveted
O -.r.'z. s- are we anxious to hold
JJ u-i our reputation in m.iing
C food e'ethes and giving the pub-
J lie their money's worth. A trial
c will convince you that we are
more than able to hold our own.
.' You know who we are.
J. B. ZIMMER & CO.,
$ Merchant Tailor.
J 1823 SECOND AVENUE.
8 Rock Isla.nd.
Ctfit . ion Ounii-iuN.iil A vnw.
Saturday Evening, Jan. 21.
1IIK I NO CENT MAIDS
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SundJy Even ng. Jan. 22.
!.. ...In J. . r t I ' j Su I I S
I I. tloll.
, '.VnlUi ' :. ;if .1 S ii ry and I.'
See the Marvelous Approaching Train,
tre Real stic Fire Scene, the
Court of Honsr.
row i hi i i nmnw. ih:i:t-
i. IMI.IllIIM. olliltl
High Class Specialties.
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, . . a luurl .uj Tfnrtti ef hiT.
. ' j ri . n. c .f pr-.truft !...!; ate t.i
. . . i a burro T.jr irerra vr. -h
i -. ..; Cr;vM on W- r."-t f t.
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j- ! r itr;! t T:.c IIer-,1 IJo Co.
T. II. TLutumi. filial srnt.
Jan. 21 Innocent Maids.
Jan. -2 Heart of Chicago.
Jin. 25 Mason and Mason in Fritz
Jan. 2S Babes in Toyland.
Jan. Z Uyron Troubadours, V. M.
Friday. Jan. 2 "Shadows of a Great
Saturday. Jan. 21 "Shaflows of a
On -at City," matinee and night.
Sm.'uy. Jan. 22 "The Sign of the
Holiday. Jan. 2T "Innocent Maids."
Friday. Jan. 27 "From Hags to
Saturday. Jan. 2 "Way Down
I'ast." mat in cc- and uislit.
Suiiilay. Jan. 2' "Babes in Tov
land." Only Third Performance.
I.a.-t evening th- coni;any appearing
in "in the Far Kat" ave its third
fierforrrjanco at the Illinois theatre.
Th- season was opened at Clinton
Tiu'nl.iy niht. The i-lay is one that
can f mad a so. for it relates an in-
' Tf:r.-J, Mury involving some of th-i
iin:.T:a:i; nsiayi-nients of the war
n w ifi progress in the ea.st. but the
eiiip:i!iy is not up in the parts yet.
there will h;te to be a number of
changes in the cast.
Play is a Thriller.
TJi. company presenting "The Heart
f Chicai'o." utiich will appear at the
Illinois Sunday evening, is an excellent
nil- ;:tid tli- success is iut altogether
:lu to tl.i' s--nic 'fTe-ts. as is com
monlv th; case in mehxlrama. The
iice alxiutiils in thril!in. episodes am!
sensational climaxes. From an artistic
standpoint the piece stands high. Tiie
.-ceiiery is exceptionally good, sliowin??
th- I'eva.-tated city after th great Chi
cago fir. th- vi-w from the Masonic
'.mple. the illuminated court of honor
at the world's fair, are very realistic
and clever!.. conceived. The climax of
tli; piece oeeurs in the railroad scene
Sm the foil nh act, when an approaching,
piifllng engine appears so realistic that
many i--de stand in their seats, think
ing it is coming over the footlights.
CHAMPION TO GO ABROAD
H. Chandler Egan May Compete :n
British Amcteur Golf Events.
C::fi:!.rid-'.. Mass.. Jan. IU. II.
Charil-r. th n-fional amat it golf
cha:Ti. n. a:iiiuuii d lat niiht th.i'
he v. o;ild con:; -I f his c :lli ia"
course a: ll.irai-i with iii- juidycar
xaminatlons this month and on Fc!i.
1 vs. on Id sail for Hurop for a three
rnonth' tour, llan will receive hi
!-gre of bachtl. ir of ar's in Juie"
i.;n.n h'.. r "urn from a'ir.iad.
The yoi:ng champion will lake his
i.r. f clubs a"r.m with him and prob
ably i:l l:m;re in iiher t'.u British
open r attia ur ev tit. Il is not
rtr.x'ous to commit himself In regard
to f It b r. tort if the m,r"s abroad are
l.i-. I.km it i. proliable lie Will
tnal' a hi 1 f;r t!. amateur event.
This -il! Im his first trip r cross th
Atlantic and he inn n is to make a
tour of all the principal iti s. includ
in:; Par!.-. Im..ni. Il.-rlin. Dublin, and
if time p rmits. he will alo take in
St. IVu rliurt,.
S. ral Harvard s.niurs ai!1 accom
pany i he Rn'til golf-r and they ae
Im.!-. to enter fome of the fourna
iii. nts ..:i the oilier hid, l-.rtan will
meet Mmi- of I lie British cracks 'n
fr ti'ily rounds, if hi- finds it inadvis
able t a r th- biii 'Vnts.
ix Tin: SUBURBS.
lUmbt. Jan. In The Indies' Mis
sionary siKUty not Tlmrsday of las;
w--k at th home of Mrs. Andrew De
Bon!. Mr. and Mrs (. N. l'hilllps visit. i
r lativ s near Joy the last of the wei k.
William Whisman and family and
Mi.- l- iia I Mi'. n visited l.uilier I'ack-
r ;mi ! family n ar Iheeinption Satur
.lay. Mr. and Mrs. Vabntlne Fuhr are the
ihe proud parents of a baby son. born
Tuexluy of l.it
irs. K'.n.er Juanxm and children, of
IVtrjiiui. is.tl at C. 1 Boyles' Satur
'.ay. i:..s Bann?- nn l family and Mrs.
C. I Iki) li s viiteI with C. Shannn
and fam'ly. of Ivrryton. Friday.
Th te will ! a to sinial at the
Slaur Mhool house Friday uight of
Sh rrar.l. Jan. 11. llurney Farrow
:-f: Saturday for Indianapolis as a del
ate tou.:.nd the national convention
d mill- workers.
I., il. Tnpo of Aledo ii.ed with
relatives heie last
Miss Alice Sanr.it w ho has b en
v. siting d sit k at the hole of lu r
pan nts. Mr. and Mrs. Sanqulst. n ar
tlrifnn. rtjruil to this place Satur
day. Henry lawjon an ! family of Erie
vi-:t.. with nlutives lat week.
A lare number f cattle ai.d h.is
have Uiu flopped to C'iiuao the iakt
Mrs. Julia McIVrmot. accon.panie.l
l y !. r nth r. Mrs. Barney Flaherty
rti:rt... 1 f. hi r home in Rock l-lan I
MuDl-y. The latter will slay and vis
It a week !rfore her r.turu to Sher
The elctr:c p'ant ii not in running
ord-r n. w a arount t f rebuilding
f. r.-'atii r. f ir the b lib r. The
Lrulk air.ve l W j!.i.ly f.ir the Work.
Mr. -t.d Mr?. lluWn 1.-., Sr., of
Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stcmach, puffed stomach, nervous
stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.
tMr a l im It,
ratary f E.C.DtWitti
a Co.. CIct. u s A.
O0HI Wttmt You Emt
Ma&mm thm Bi-mmth Swt
MEN TAKE DRo WALSH'S
3 successful treatment if you are suffering from Nervous Debility. Ex- Q
X haustion. Drains, Physical Decline, Blood Poison, Varicocele, Failing O
g Memory, Mental Delusions, Hydrocele, Dysjiepsia, Piles, Bronchitis,
p Liveror Kidney Diseases, and regain your Health, Strength and Vigor.
You need Dr. Walsh's Special Treatment if you are suffering from
Uterine or Ovarian Diseases, Nervous Exhaustion, Rheumatism, Head
ache, Backache, Constipation, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, or
any other chronic disease.
that Dr. Walsh is the only specialist who ever remained in the trl
citics over two years. You also know he has beeu located in Daven
Iirt 11 years. You must know why Dr. Walsh remains permanently
Is because he cures his patients.
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT Cure3 when other8
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT c,,res the most obstln
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT Has cured thousands In
7A'. WALSH'S TREATMENT Will cure you of chron-
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT Is basei1 on 25 year8'
I. WALSH'S TREATMENT Includes all modern
Electricity in all forms; Vibration, etc. Dr. Walsh's Treatment is
within the reach of all.
Only Curable cases taken. If You cannot call, write.. Hundreds
cured by mail.
6 Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7
g Office McCullough building
Kocii l.-l.ii! I. tttrc out and attendt"!
the t :!i.r:.l ;' Kolu i l H.i l liek. Sr.
Mr.-. M.iri.. ly Philips of Des Moines,
Mr.-. Aiiiie.lo!!al!son f Aurora. III..
f.ihI William ll.uldi !; vro here to at
t.nd the fun., ral of their lather, Rob
ert H;i.ldi( k. who was buried at Cable
Mi.-.- IVarl Engie in mi k with ty
phoiil fever at her lioim east of Sher
rard. J. I.. Vt rnon was in Slurrard on lus
!n ".s Tu-day.
Mrs. Henry Rhode and daughter ;
A-'in-! reiurn-! Iiome Thursday after
a two weeks' vi.-it with friends aud
lelatives ia Erie. Hi.
Mi-s M.iry Mov.ry of Roilulle.. 111 .
Is visltiii-.c witli relatives in this vi
Ilstr.gton, J; n. 1. The social was
well attend.'.! at Mo. Tif-rington"s'
Mr. and Mrs. II. 1'.. Carpenter and
family attended a Mt sonic installation
;,t Buffalo Prairie Saturday.
Dr. and Mr.-. Miil. r att nd' d a birth
day !i"ti' r at Charl-'s Ki ll's Saturday
ii'gl.t. H;s frl.n l.-. and in-iuiiiiors pre
s. nti"! hi:u vviili a r.t dic.ne - iis-'.
M. Ami and Ma--: K.-lhy vis
it k d -r sis.?'-r. Mrs. E. lki:in-house
if Ah d" Satiirdi'y.
Ai'm.-! Smith lielivered -'.'" bush-
l.i of !:.!d coin in Taylor Ridge
Al.e Sea vers, of Marti.n. was a call-
. r in this vitinity Monday.
Miss P. lie Reynolds, of Rock Is-hmd.
v;.-,it.-l the academy Monday.
A number 'f hit young people ex
pect to att.nd the tifiiti supper at Rey
nolds Friday niv'Ut.
City Elliott Miverd r.u head of
hogs in Taylor Ridse Thursday.
W. Kimball of Hayes Ranch drove
226 h ad f fat cattle through here
Tuesday on the way to Taylor Ridee.
He shipped them to Chicago.
Bought Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and Sent it to Friends.
F. W. J. Fletcher, a druggist in Vic
toria. Australia, says: "A customer of
mine wai so pleased with Chamber
lain's Couch Remedy, which she had
used for her children when suffering
from colds and croup, that during a
fortnight's time she obtained at my
shop nine bottles which she sent to
!.r friends in different parts of the
state, telllrr them how much good it
had done and advising them to give it
a trial." For sale by all Hading drug
gists. All the news all the time- THE
rxrHi:. tohgk. mi An ch.
uiH? TRA NS F Kit toMlvrNYTz
V.--t P v. i T.-etit! tr.t. t.'.d hrie
I;;?. n-vr 't hui.i- f.l'.S New,- t.rHic
b'Tlldlne. KTf rnrratre. lta ar d
cat waili aii:rcd day ur r.iLt
Use m Bck r.a th
tnl. or o c.ct tin.
DR. J. E. WALSH.
to 3 p. m., Sunday, 11 0 to 1:30 p. tn.
124 West Third street, Davenport,
KOIl SI.K (11V IMtOl'KUTV.
K K SAI.K U.'St IiarKSins In lots on
Tweiit y-iifth Ftr t arul Tenth ave
nue if taken at onee. Kasy payments.
Inquire lU'idy ltros.
I'l lt SAI.K Five-i limn bouse on l'oi -tv-firth
stro.-t. iu;ir Fifth avenue: al-imii-t
new. in kikiiI r.-fi.-iir; nnxi.His to
1- av.- town. iTiee. 1.2."u; terms easy.
In. inn.- o!" . K. W.ilker.
FOrt SAI.K The l.i'itiful borne nf A.
Al. lilaki. y. on Twenty-third street.
Mr. lilak.-l.-y has iniv.-d Iroin Kek
ll.in.l an. I is anxious to Mill this
propel ty. Iiniuire of 11. K. Walker.
Folt S.Vbi: Two jer.-s if land, with
ti ve-nniii li.nise; .in let- walks. vvll,
istern. eellar. furnai'e. and twolarK
liai ns; :ils .i-r.t y ( ti ll i t I r. -s. Two
hlrtki from street ear. ''henr. tf ta
ken ill once. Inquire at .".11 Third
lU Ol Ul-.
FOIt SAI.K We lir.-.e m.uiy tin, r.-al
st:iti larrains in lots, homes and
liii.i ih-ss l.icalily. and o'lr ail veil ise
in. nt .f these ha re nips will In- found
every day of the c.ir on this pair, in
ir r.'itiilitr sfi.it--. i'ollsrnilh v AK:-K-e
I'lllt 4 KAltftt I'llOI'KltTV.
Knit SAI.I' TIk i '.l.ickheff farm, con
sisting ol It') aci i s. on Thirt v- itith
stre t. Sunt U Rot k l.-bmrt. Will inake
price rljrbt. II. K. Walker.
KU It 8 A I . i: 31 1( KIXASEOl'S.
FIi SAI.K Cheap, if taken at once, a
new lii-ln. h ic- iilow. with swinic
K'li.Ie. Call on 1. tJall, 13'0 Third
FOU SAI.K Cheap, a tiv.'-burn r Jewel
Kasolin stove, wit a double ov ii st p
Inirner. liniiire at eic e at 91." Sec
Folt SAI.K A tin' Kcuniii music box.
almost le w. in a laalit.il mahouany
e;ise. ami a Inrjie s l-i lion ef innsic;
a l.arir.iin I'ln.ii .'.lit. J M. Zim
merman. 4'l7 i:ie'..ntll street.
LOST AM KOT.ND.
I J ST A watch jitnl pin of mother ff
P-nrI bin. iiianli'l between i:ock
Islan.l and Iav.iip"it. iievvard. Ap
ply Art" us otlice.
I.OST A small tfeld class pin. with In
itials "A. 1. K.. l'-'"4 ' -ntrrav .!. be
tween hih scieiid and Fourteenth
str t. H ward t. r ii return I" ;' r-tru.i.-
I .avis. ll ' Fifth-and-a-half
DU. MARY YATK Man net lc Healer
and tpintual medium. Hours. 1 to 10
p. m. Keiden c. Tn.". Fourth avenue
Take the Blue line west.
MADAM KHKA. the noted medium, lo
cated at lVn4 Second avenue, gives
enrreet life readiims: Rifted with
projihetin power tt unravel past,
prewent and future. Houra, 9 a. tn.
to 9 p. m .
CONTRACTORS AND BCILDEHS.
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractor ani
bullilt-m. Also maniifact jr-m of
Mih, 1uors, blini and mould in?
Ieaer tn plate window ami art
trUns. Offices ani ta.cttry. 311 to 2
SOJSKT TO LOAM.
Ile-'V Til Ion' On real estate e
curit-r at low.t rte. "Marion K
P'frfv, attorney. room 33-1 .
Witt fcel'l is. Lyndo building, Kock Isl
and WK At A K K A PI'KCIALTT -t Inanlcr
mm:-v on liujn iudd aroods. h-.rfeH,
Hdk-'iri, etc.. wit noil removal and in
a ort vvav. ('ill en us f'r uuick
K r Kn1elit I n tsompanjr. room
. il.ltticil tlck.
WArTETJ MALE HELP.
WAXTKD Mtho-rrar-Tt rreman. Tel-
- write w.
k,, i . . riru com-
j.iiny. Anamosa. Iowa
ANTEH Salesmen: real estate: srood
ofport unit v for rieht men. For par
ti. -ulfiYs. address F. C-. room No. 1J01
No. 1jS Fulton street. New York.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Prepare now for spring rush. posi
tions KUaranteed. Few- weeks com
pletes. Board and tools provided. Can
nearly earn expenses before finish
ing. Write for free eataioarue. Atoler
Barber college, Chicago. 111.
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Pantry Kirls at the Harper
WANTED Two jiirls at Wright s res
taurant. lyS Seond avenue.
WANTED 'iris, apcly at Rock Island
f!kirt company, opposite postoffice.
WANTED A trirl for pen. ral house
work in familv of three adults. Ap
ply at ,n-;:j Fifth avenue.
WANTED Taidles. Our catalogue ex
plains how we teaoh halrdrestnnie-.
inaniourins-: nnd facial massage
quickly, mailed free. Moler Barber
college, Chicago. I1L
WASTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED lidy or pentleman. to learn
dentistry nnd take interest in busi
ness. Cood salary; experience not
necessary. Address "p. is," this of
fice. WANTED Kner-iette. trustworthy man
or woman, to work in Illinois, repre
senllng larif. manufactiirimc com
piiuy: salary. $ m to $" per month,
paid weekly: expenses advanced. Ad
dress, with stamp. J. H. .Moore. Kock
WANTED Position by experienced
stenographer: faithful and trustwor
thy; references. Address Miss K,
WANTED A woman, with child
years old. wishes to secure a position
iis housekeeper. Can furnish refer
ences if desired. Address 'House
keeper," care Aikus.
WANTED A place to work for board
and room by boy desirous of attend
inu hiuh school. For further infor
mation, inquire of II. E. Brown, su
perintendent hijeh school.
WASTED M I SCELLAN F.OU S.
WANTED Parties desiring room and
board in private family should call at
I'M'' Third avenue. Kc.oms nicely fur
nished; Ronii home cookin?.
WANTED Two nr three unfurnished
rooms, by man and wife: walkinn; dis
tance of Fifteenth strict and Second
avenue. Address "K. J., To."
WANTED Boarders, at the German
house; nicely furnished rooms, with
heat; Kood board nnd Rood service at
n reasonable price. 37 Seventeenth
street. Phone S4." west.
WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday
Best rooms at 18tS4 Third avenue,
near Y. M. C. A. huildiriic. Good
home cooked dinner from 11:30 to 2.
Supper Saturday -only from 5 to 8 p.
in., to gentlemen as well as ladies.
Rooms open all day to ladies for rest.
FOR REST ROOMS.
l'dlt KENT Furnished rooms, with nil
modern conveniences, for gentlemen
only, at !lii Second avenue.
FOB RENT Furnished rooms for light
iious. kt epinir. heatt d: hiso sleeping
rooms, at ll"3 Second avenue.
I' 'K KENT Kiirue furnished room,
mod ! ii improvements and use of new
telephone, at Kii KiKht.-eiith street.
Ft lit RENT Furnished room; all mod
ern conveniences; suitable for one or
two Knt I nun ; use of phone. Suite
V Sala llats.
I'l Ot KENT- Two front rooms, furnish
ed, for light housckc. ping : rent very
reasonable. Inquire at Till Tvventy
FOlt RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
with heat and ail other conveniences.
Including telephone. Men only, need
applv. Call at 1203 Second avenue.
FOU RENT One pleasant, furnished
front room, with all modern conveni
ences; also tirst class table board at
reasonable prices. New 'phone 6u03;
12l"J Second avenue.
FOR RENT Roo ns suitabie 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 Moor of Itoek Island house.
Folt KENT At 1'IL'S Fourth avenue,
one or two unfurnished rooms, with
bath, hot and cold water; suitable for
light housekeeping. For particulars,
apply to Janitor at Memorial Chris
tian eh nr. b. Fifteenth street an. I
Third avenue, any time Wednesday or
FOR ItEST HOI SES.
FOR RENT A seven-room hous, with
water and sewer. t 1SI1S Fifth ave
nue. Inquire at 1 9 1 1 Fifth avenue.
1'OR RENT An eight-room house, with
modern improvements, at "''." Fifth
avenue. Inquire at 2'J'H Filth ave
nue FOR RENT Five-room cottage. Four
teenth street near Fourteenth avenue;
$l.'.".'i. 11. A. Weld. .Mitchell Ac I.ynde
FOR RENT A six-room house, with
city water and sewer, at 2j:i Twenty
first street. Inquire of Rosenfleld
Bros.. lilO Third avenue.
Foil RENT A seven-room house, with
furnace, at s:5J Sixth avenue. Apply
to C. J. Mueller, llenning Brewing
company. First avenue and Sixteenth
si r et.
FOR RENT The north side of a double
hous i Tenth street, between Third
nr:d Fourth av. nu . Apply to C. J.
Mueller, manager Mennlng Brewing
FOR H E IS T M IM EI.I.ASEOCS.
FOR RENT Splendid office, rear of
main lobbv of new Rock Island house.
Wiil he arranged to suit tenant
HOTELS ASli RESORT.
t..767 feet above the nea. All year
round resort. A perfect place for
reat For particulars, address Dr.
Daniel ti. Perkins, medical director.
I.as Vegas, ti. M-
HP.ATISO ASD PLCMBISU.
L'HANNON, PERRY & CO. Heating
and rdumbir.g along scientific linen.
Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt
attention. 114 West Seventeenth
atreet. 'Phone 114
PA K I DON tit SON Artistic Interior
decoration. Finest line of late paper
carried and skilled workmen tmplojr
i Moderate price. 417 Seven
PATENT and trademark office, room
14 Alstcr;-!! & i-j-fni- ijunaing. noca
Ijlau.l. James F. Murphy, associate,
branch of Moore & Co.. patent attor
neys Wa?hlr.gton, L. C. and Chlca
I JACKSON. KS.'".1" '
I lornevs-at-iaw. unite in
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anu .iiuuiiai -. i .v
SWEENEY .& WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Abstracts
title. Office in Uensston DlocK.
SEARLR MARSlLLL. Lawyers
Money to loan on Kod real estate se
curity. .Mitcneu & t.yna oioca, nv
IL M. McCASKRIN Attorney-at-Law,
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island
office in Bengston block. Milan otlice
on Main street.
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at Law.
General legal practice. OHice room
13, Mitchell & l.ymle building. Union
Electric 'phone otJul.
LUDOLP1I & REYNOLDS Attorneys-at-Law.
Money to loan. General le
pal business. Notary public. 1705
Second avenue, Bui'oid block.
McENlRY & McENIRY Attorneys at
law. Loan money on srood security;
make collection. "References. Mitch
ell Ax Lynde, bankers. Oflice. Mitchell
& Lyr.ie building.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys-at-I.aw.
N. A. Larson. Swedis' V
vokat. Otlice over rrampton'i
store, 1713 Second avenue. Pension-,
Loans. Patents, etc.
LEONARD DRACK Architect and u
perinteiident. Skinner block, second
floor, entice hours. 10 to 12 a. m.. 4
to a:30 p. m.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chtp
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, 1607
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
insurance, um nru companies rryir
sented. Your patronage solicited.
'Phone unio-i 63. Offlce over Thomas'
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold goods a specialty. Oldest and
b?st companies, lowest rales. C. 11
Ciiamberun. Mitchell & Lynde block.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glass.
Real estate and loans. Room 2. Bu
ford block. Residence 'phone union
Stil. otlice union 113.
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property. 20 cents per J100 one year,
40 cents per Sloo three years, so cents
per $Un five vears. Call or address
C. R. Chamberlin, agent, Mitchell &
HAYES & CLE A V ELAND The pioneer
agency. Old time anil ttre tested com
panies. Fire, lightning, plate Klass.
tornado, accident, life, or almost any
form of risk. Ground floor office 210
to i"18 Eighteenth streeL
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors', ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees", or
anv kind of Judicial bonds: lodge and
society officers; city, state or U. S.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
tiond you want (except bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes Ac Cleave
land, resident managers Fidelity &
Deposit company, of Maryland.
GRAIN ASD PROVISIONS.
port. Slocks, grain, provisions, cot
ton. Private wire to New York and
Chicago, ofllces 109 Main street. Tel
GEORGE II. SI DWELL & CO. Com
mission merchants. Grain, hay and
provisions. Members of the Chicago
board of trade und Chicago -stock ex
change. Established 2' years. No.
f.42 and 543 Rialto building. Long
distance 'phone Harrison 26.
EMPIRE COAL Ai COKE COMPANY
Wholesale and retail dealers In bi
tuminous and anthracite coal.
Prompt delivery service. Oiflce. 171S
First avenue. Telephone west 1290.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mail is the one pa
per in Aloline that can do it for you.
Alall wants are popular and Mall
wants bring reuults. tine-half cent
per word Is the price to all alike, cash
in advance; 2-cent stamps will do.
Evening and Saturday Mail. Moline,
ROCK ISLAND ST 10 A At LAUNDRY
iiauersi'eld Ac Sexton, proprietors.
!'ine finish and quick service. 114
Third aventin 'Phonn west ltt
Publication "Vol lee.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun-
t y s :
In the County Court, to the January
term, A. D.. I'm:.
Petition to sell real estate to pay
Giimore Hubert, administrator of the
estate of Gllmore Hubert, deceased, pe
titioner, vs. Alargaret Dunlap, tiarah J.
llohcit. Mary Cosgro, John Hole i t,
peter il. Hubert. EI iza b t li Wagner,
Annie Myers. William Hubert. Joseph
Hubert, bl.t Bear. I'.ello Bishop. Albert
J. Whitney, administrator nt tin- state
of I'lavel J. Whitney, deceased, anil .V. J.
Aiill. r. I lelendants.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of sab made and entered in
said cause, on the 3rd day of January.
A. D., l'.i""'. at the January term. A. D.
ltiur. of said court. I. the undersigned
Administrator of said estMte. will on
Friday, the pith day f February, ji...
between the hours of 1 oIok a. in.
nnl i o'clock p. in., to-wit: Al the Hour
f Z o'elo'-k p. III. of said day, at the caM
d..r of the court house, in the eiiy 01
Rock Island, in said county and state,
sell at public vendue to the higloitt ami
b st bidd'-r or bidders, the foil. wing
To-wil: the southeast quarter ( ' I of
the northwest quarter I , . of section
number Twenty 12'M. in Town-hip n.im-
I. er Sixteen tlO inulh of Rang'- num
ber Four lit west f the 4th !. M. I"
the (ountv of Rock Island and stale of
Illinois. Including the estate of home
stead and riirht of dower of said Sarah
.1 llob'-rt. widow, and disincumb red of
all judgment liens and rights of said
defendants: or ho much thereof us mav
be ii . -ess. i y to pay the debts of said
'' V'.-rrn's of Sab- r ine-ha If ( i rali
at tune of sale, aid t he balance payable
in one year, with Interest at Hie rate of
i-t per c-i t p r annum, secured by note
and moitg.ige on the premii-.es bold.
Dated at Rock Island. 111., Jan. 8th,
GILMORE I IOBKRT. JR..
Administrator of the estate of Gllmore
II. M. AtcCaskrin. Solicitor for said Pe
titioner. Ailulallratora ' Ice,
Estate of John J. K'fl'hani. deceased.
Th; underoiijne.l. havlrig been ap-r.,.;.i.-.1
administrator of the state of
John J. Ketcham, late of the county of
I'.w-Vt Inland. Htale of Illinois, deceased
h r-bv gives ri'ithe that be will arrear
before th- -oiinty court f RK-k IMand
county, at the county court room. In the
riiv of K k J!an.l. Mt tne .Marcn term
.n 'the first Alonday in March next, at
which time all persons having claims
aiFui.'mt said estate are notified and re
ouented to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons
indebted to faid estate are request-! to
make Immediate payment to the under
Dated JSth day of December. A. T.
lSui. IRA KARR.
Estate of Hugh Brennan. deceased.
The undersigned, having been a p.
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of Hugh Brennan. late of the
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois
deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear before the countv court of
Rock island county, at the county court
room. In the city of Rock Island, at the
.March. I3u.,. term, on the first Alonday
in March next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are nolif.ed and requsted to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this ."-( ti day of December,
t. , . Executrix.
Marlon K. Sweeney, Attorney.
Estate of Dina Rune her. deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Dina Rancher, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased
hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the ortice of the clerk of said
court, in the city of Rock Island. n( th
March term, on the tirst Monday in
March nxf. at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the
puriMse of having the same adiusted.
All persons indebted to said estate ure
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this -J-rd day of December. A.
MATH ES nt'NCriER.
Jackson. Hurst Ac Stafford, attorneys.
Estate of Atartln Rcidv .deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed itdminist rator of the estate of
Martin Reidy. late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby give notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock lL...t
county, at the countv court room, in the
city of Rock Island, at the March term,
on the first Alonday in Alar. Ii next, at
incn nine an persons iiavtng claim
against said estate are notified an.l r.
quested to attend for the purpose of
n.n iiik me same auiustcii. All persons
indebted to SJji.l estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the under
1904lteJ 1!'h di'y f "''mbr A- D
' JAMES K. REIDY,
Estate of Esther Kale, decensed.
.... m.iviiik iieeu ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
r.io-. l.nr o llll- COUIKV Ol HOCg
Island, stale of Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notice that he will appear be
fore the county court of Rock Island
countv. at the i ountv conn i-.wn it.
the city of Rock Island, at the M.ir. li
term, on the lirst Monday In March
next, at Which time iill ........ I.u. -
claims against said estate are notified
anu reqiK-sieii to attend for the purpose
ii.ii iiik in- same auiusicii. per
Monn in.t.vlirrwl ... o.l.
. , ' " " .r-i.i.ir file I e -
quested to make immediate payment to
Dated 27th dav of December. A.D.
AUGI 'STAN A COLLKG E Business de-
punmcni. yv ttiorotigli business
training given for entry Into com
mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at Augustana college.
VILLA PR CI I ANTA L A home school
conducted for girls bv the Sisters of
the Visitation. Rudimentary and
higher branches and all polite ac
ccmplishment taught. Twentieth
afreet and Fifteenth avenue. Rock
RAILWAYS ASD STEAMERS.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC
iiniiwav i it-Kcts may De purchased
:il llo. i.llif tH..ls,. tu.o u
- ' .... k ' - -, i . 5-et-inl
avenue, or C.. R. I. & p. depot. Fifth av
enue, foot of Thlrty-llrst street. Thon
i :... west. m:j, UIIANK It
1'1.1'MM Kit. C. p. A.
Trains. 'JT"KaitL"j WeiT
t.il.leti Stat." ... .Id 7:.r0 am!dl2: III srn
. .ilifornia Spccial'ld 6; 10 pmld I 2 45 pro
Denver Limited Ac I
Omaha )d 1:45 am a ISBam
Ft. Worth. Denver I
Kansas City ..l ! : 20 am'.ll 0 40 pm
Minneapolis Id 6:20amlii 9:10 pm
lmv. niH.it & Chi-
c.l cro . . . la 7 - r. c m . nn
d 12 :55 am
d 1:10 ptn
Colorado & Omaha.'
a :2S arm
d 9:50 am
Des Moines & Oma
ha Denver. Lincoln JC
. omah.i i.t 3;40 nm .l .or. am
Ttl'W MllihDd l.'vt.l'.lUcil 1. !..... .
j . . - f.iii j i ,v'j ani
St. Paul Ac All li lie- I I
. apolis !a 1:40 am d 9 15 ptn
Denver. Ft. Worth
.V Kansas city . . !a 5 : 15 amid 1 0; 40 pro
Kansas City. St. I I
Joe California In 1 1 1 A nmlil 7-1 n a
Ro.-k Island Ac
Washintrt.ot In 11. Till nm'.l 9,.
Chicago Ac Des I I
, -Moines ,i 1:40 pm! 3; 20 pro
Rock Island A I I
Brotiklvn Accom la I KK nmlil 7-ldam
bnaha .t f. ; .10 pin 9; 50 am
Omaha & Des I
Moines !d 6; 10 pm!al2;50 pro
Cedar Rapids Ac I I
Upton Ial0:37amld 4:30 pm
lock, lalauri Jk Peoria Dlrlalosv,
Trains leave Twentieth ilriui m - -
th.ri M air, llnu I .. - ...... 1
depot on Fifth avenue 0 minutes In ad-
.i.i e .0 tone ;ien.
I Leave. )
I . j
I R: 10 ami
j 7:20 pml
1 : 35 tun '
St. L.. Ind i.ls
Peoria & St. ImiIs.
Peoria. Ind'pls. t.'ln.
I'.loomniirton . . . . !
Shertard Accom. ...
Cable At bherrard
2 20 Dm
Cable At Sherrard
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON At QIJINCY
D.pot. Second avenue and Twentieth
street. Telephone, old west 80, nsw 917U.
I- . A. Ill I'l M.I.I.. Agent,
Leave. 1 Arrive.
St IM.in, Spring
I'eoi la, Qulncy ..
a nd I'd Ic ago ....
St. LouiK. Kauvat
City. I ii-mvit and
Sterling and points j
Intermediate . . . .
It Crosse, Kt,
Paul. Minn., and
nortliw.sl f 7.10 pmi 9:10 am
Clinton, Dubuque . .1"
7:15 ami 7:0(pm
iintoii ami inter-
mediate nolntn ...I
7:15 ami 7:99
s slop at Ro k Island fur meals.
daily except Sunday.
CHICAGO, MILWAt.'KEB A BT. PAlfti
Railway !.. Jt. 1. m. w. paasangar
station al foot of Seventeenth streeL H.
B STOliDARD. Agent. P. L. ltlnrlcbsv
tommercUl aKeni. lol Brady street.
TiaTiia. t.eV V Arrive.
SU I'aul. M 1-
waukie. :hlcagi'.. 7:99atn
IVtrln and Chicago.
S. W. Limltedl.. 4:11
Mioe atinc, Val
ciiv St W 1 .1 m-
it'dl 19:11 pm
Muscatine, vV aih
City I 1:19 am
Kigla. Chicago ... 11:19 pm
Dubuque "1:19 pm
. .11, .. i. ,
Fret port I l:4i pm
Dully expect Sunday.