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THE ARGUS, 5IOXDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1905.
We can soli vour house; why
don't you list it with us? If you
want to buy. don't he afraid of
tlx; we- guarantee to nave you
many time our commission.
lavrtlEalr Thrf Bargains.
J2.Vm buys a new eiglit-room
melern hou.-.-, s 1 7 Twenty-ninth
Mrw t; bath, furr.iu t, electric
lights, gas. pavcej street, ccmtnl
walks; J1.3"0 down.
We I -n ii Miiorj on Real Estate.
I4.a0' Iiuv.i a be-aulll ul. com -ph-t,
ly modern. "A I,-' well-built
home on Seventh avenue.
f Write Hrr Inanraorr.
$117 each lor t fi r - lots. 41x150
f South Roe-k Island, near
A ik :i street, la-.ing Eleventh Q
str. car l)n-. O
4 tiou vol NnMi street; com-
pb t !y miiTii house Why don't O
you make an offer on this? O
IS'.'i buys a cottage on a CO- O
foot lot. Nov.-. you kii'iw micti a O
thing in difficult to Juplicate. Q
t.'i.Vi i i j m a line lot; no filling C
iiM--s!.ary; on eomplefe-ly modern Q
strce-t. This is almost the near- CJ
est !u a pe-st iot e.f its kind to the
Io.- 'iftii e.
$2..ou l.us line bargain in
.South K'-k Island.
JiM.Vi buys a nice new cottage
horm- on pvtu n eeri t h street.
Onlv about tivi-mv J" ojle call
at our ottiec now ilnriiii; this bal
weather. This Is not enough; we
want .. people to call on us every
il IV. We- do the business of the
town. and we- have ri - e.f th- fin
est ii-'ts of jrope-i t is and bar
gains to sell that 'an be found in
Hit ; ity.
This nfflrr him the reputation of
Khlnc Ita rnnlouirni bargains.
tiRLCTioix Cham I Li t.Kixur CtwiPAn v.
Monday Evening, Feb. 20.
First Hock Island Engagement of
Ii Catherine t he Gnat, of Russia, in
Edward '. White' magnifi
cent product ion,
OF AN EMPR.ESS
I:y Theodore Krcmcr.
Scale of Prices 2T,e. .Vie. 7.e. 91 nad
9l-. Sent Male Friday morning Hi !
o'clock nt I Iicji Ire.
The icwn iewHx worn lv Misf Mol
i md will he disphivcd In the window of
1'red liU in r H Jewelry store Monday.
IV I. L'.i.
Thursday Evening, Feb. 23.
'. A. llolilrii Presents the Roninntic
JOHN A. PRESTON,
And Asse" iate Players, in the Greatest
of All Classics .
. i ii"n ot .s m i:mi' i'koiii i
IMMi'KS .".) and T". cents. Seat
Fulc Monday morning at theatre.
Monday. Feb. 20.
The WtrM-l-";i!nou.s l'iani.st,
Will appear in recital. Tickets now
on sale at the Harper House phar
linc, and Hoyt's music store, Daven
macy, Carlson Bros, book store. Mo
port. Get your tickets early. Prices,
$1.50 and $1.
No extra charge for reserving seats.
Number of tickets limited.
Friday Evening. Feb. 24.
A Distinctly Novel
Gipsy Rover in
te Picturesque Play,
l'H it i-: ;.
$.. Sf.C S.lSe
'ohek at Iheatrt
Trl-City Transfer and
Mauling and moving of all
kinds, large or small at reason
able rates. Daily wagons to
Moline and Davenport. We also
handle the best grades of hard
and soft coal. A pcrtlon cf your
patronage is respectfully solicit
ed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
New 'phone 5464. old 545. 4
Office, 215 Twentieth Street,
Rock Island, III.
ills at the Theatre
Feb. 20 Mildred Holland In "The
Triumph of an Empress."
Feb. 23 "Ingomar," John A. Pres
ton. Feb. 24 Otis Skinner in "The Har
vester." Feb. 2C "A Royal Slave."
Feb. 27 Y. M. C. A. Course, Lull
Tyler Gates company.
At the Burtis Opera House.
Feb. 21 "The Smart Set."
Feb. 22 Otis Skinner, in "The Har
vester." Feb. 2G -Heart of Maryland," mat
inee and night.
Wears Magnificent Costumes.
The robe worn by Miss Holland in
the- ballroom scene in "The Triumph
f it An Empress, m wmcn sne is to
i linear here this evening, is a magnifi
cent creation. Its foundation is light
blue chiffon, with trimmings of the
linest lares, and over all Is a net of
irridescent t-pangles, which, with the
proper l:gnt turned on, produce a per
fectly beautiful effect. Another inter
esting costume is the peasant dress
worn lv Catherine in the second act.
Tliis Miis Iloilainl bought in Russia.
The effect is bright red. but the over-.-kirt
or apron and waist are simply
i no solid network of hand-embroidery
and lace- insertion. The lace is linen
is hand-work, as is every bit of
other fine work on the dress.
only a few of the beautiful
co.-1 times to b
of An Empress
seen in "The Triumph
' Several of the male
is what Mrs. Lucy
StovaIl.cf Tilton, Ga
said after taking
cf other weak
stored to perfect
health by this rem
edy. YOU may be
well if you will take
nearly all the sick
ness that women
have. It deprives the system cf nourish
ment and the delicate crar.s peculiar to
women suffer weaken, and become
enables the stomach and digestive organs
ta dest and assimilate all cf the whole
some f Dcd that may be eaten. It nourishes
the body, and rebuilds the weak organs,
restcrinc health and strength. Kodol cures
indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia, sour
risings. bclchir.g.heartbura and all stomach
Ditfests What You Eat
hiiu hvttl k44 3
uaM a sack Ik
tnl . H t tin.
C.. Cklear. A.
FOR SALE HY ALL. DRUGGISTS.
ry, Brrul. kla mmd AVe
DR. M. F.CLAUSIUS
, Office Hours: 5 :50 to 10:30
t to 4. 7 to S p. m.
a. m. ;
Kimball building, room 3, Mo
characters wear magnificent costumes
and a casual glance will not give any
idea of the elaborate work put upon
them, tl is a pretty well-known fact
that the court of Russia is the most
lavish in the world in the matter of
magnificence in its jewels and vest
ments, and In .producing "The Triumph
of An Empress" the management has
not lost sight of this for a minute. In
copying the crown jewels of Russia
the same care has been used as in the
costuming, and the effect is nothing
short of dazzling. Miss Holland
brought with her from Russia many
properties, such as furs, swords, etc
The sword worn by Catherine is
beautiful little weapon with its golden
hiit and Russian coat of arms.
Skinner as Don Quixote.
The character of Don Quixote may
be Impersonated before the American
footlights, next season, by Otis Skin
ner, .loan Uichepiu, whose famous
play. "I-e C'hemineau," is now being
produced by Mr. Skinner in a version
entitled "The Harvester," in which he
is to be seen here Friday, is writing a
play on the Knight of the Rueful
Countenance for the Cervantes ten
cenienary celebration by the Comedie
Francaise in January next, and he is
eager to have the present enactor of
his gypsy hero also "create" for Amer
ican playgoers the part of his Quixote.
Miss Elizabeth Marbury has just re
ceived the first acts of M. Richcpin's
play in manuscript for Mr. Skinner's
reading. If he should decide to im
personate the whimsical, but kind
hearted and lovable, old Spanish don,
Mr. Skinner will have to stand com
parison with Sir Henry Irving's pre
vious masterly stage depiction of the
lean kni.nhi- rrant and champion of
he fair Dulcinea del Toboso in his
production of Mr. Will's unsuccessful
comedy on the mock-heroic subject.
Hofman and Other Pianists.
The enormously popular and artistic
success of Josef Hofman in his last
ours in this country art sure to be
'ounl by the future generations in
.he history of music in America. The
voting man, so modest, so free from af
ectation, lias caught the musical pub
ic i.ml his recitals are now a craze,
fie is so fresh, so winning and sympa
thetic thru his personality is an entire
"ontrast to the many over-advertised
jian:xs who have been heard here re-:ent-y.
Hofman is the latest exponent
if a school, in which yon may class
th d'Albert and Rosenthal. These
irtlsts concern themselves with the or
chestral development of piano tone,
;triing to make it more elegant in
cantilena and more vocal and human
n its tonal coloring. Rubcnstein, with
lis powerful hand, trumpet tone, and
tlmost surpassable variety of touches,
.rave us at last the approximation of
he orchestra on the keyboard. And
this nanner Hofman has inherited.
Natural! it makes his playing more at
home in conijx)sitions requiring pas
sionate and intense treatment than in
more temb r and intimate music for
SoU n. Hofman plays at Augustana
college this evening.
Cast for Mr. Pipp.
In selecting the company for "The
Education of Mr. Iipp." Kirke I-i
Shell.? and Daniel V. Arthur found it
imiossible to secure more than three
or four well-known players who could
fill Charles Dana Gibson's rigid re
quirement that the people who repre
sent his characters must look like the
original drawings. As a result a num
ber of com pa rati v-iv unknown actors
will be b reus eh t into prominent notice
for the first time when this comedy is
so n at the Liberty theatre, in New
York, next Monday evening. And it
will be interesting to note these new
na.ws now and to recall later how
many of tacm in this production de
velop into players of reputation. The
full cast follows:
J. WoJ.y Pipp D!-bV Hetl
Mrs. Pipp Kate Denin Wilson
Julia, their daughter .-Carion Draughn
Ida. their daughter Janet Beecher
John Willing Robert Warwik
jllerbert Fitzgerald ....Fred Courtenay
Count Charmarot W. S. St. Clair
Due de la To'.iraine Sam Coit
Baron Huussling C. Jay Williams
Lady Viola Fitzmauricc. of Carony
Castle .'.Jennie Kustace
John Firkin, member cf congress....
Mrs. Firkin Ellenore Carroll
Precepteur of Police ....William Evans
Waiter Harry X. Lang
Watson, the Pipps' butler. . Frank Powell
Mr. Gray, represf ntative of Tiffany's
Maid IWsie Baldwin
Kirhy. butler at Carony Castle
Madame of the Paris Hotel
Preston as Ingomar.
"Ingomar, or the Power of Love" is
a play that appeals to ail classes of
theatregoers, and will be seen at the
Illinois Thursday evening. John A.
Preston, now in his second season as a
star, will be seen in he title role, and
the supporting company is the same
that has appeared at all the principal
cities during the present season. Ail
the scenery and properties are carried
by the company, and every ticket is
sold on a positive guarantee that the
attraction is first class. The press all
over the entire country has given both
star and play most emphatic indorse
ment. FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOII RENT Furnished rooms for lio-ht
housekeeninK "t 1103 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Xeatlv furnished front
ri m. with modern conveniences -11.
14 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Four licht housekeeninsr
moms, on tirst floor," with sewer, Rood
well and cistern, at 7 0.1 Fourth ave
nue. FOR RENT A suite of four rooms on
Rround floor, with ritv water and
sewer, at 733 Sixth avenue. Apply on
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, with modern eon ven fences,
centrally located, suitable for one or
two Kcntlemcn. Inquire at 1702
FOR RENT One pleasant, furnished
front room, with all modern conveni
ences; also first class table board at
reasonable prices. New 'phone 5009;
1U29 Second avenue.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
'OR RENT A six -room eottace on
Thirty-first street. Roek Island. Tlione
SSil. Moline; C. V. Skinner.
-Five-room house at 413
street. Inquire of J. 1).
FOR RENT A seven-room house, with
water and sewer, at 1 !i 1 s Fifth ave
nue. Inquire at 11)16 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT A five-room cottaire in
Month Rock Island.. For particulars,
call at Godfrey's restaurant, :M'J Sev
FOR RENT New cisht-room house.
Twenty-second street, corner Elev
enth avenue; furnace, laundry, hath,
pas and electricity. Inquire of F. K.
Rhoads. 1032 Twenty-Jirst ftreet.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT Office rooms In Krell &
Math building; steam heat; low rent.
LOST AND FOUND.
J)ST A black eoilarette. between
Third and Seventh avenues, on Six
teenth street A litxral reward will
be given for its return to 101U Nine
FOt'NH A fur boa. on Second avenue
and Seventh street; owner can have
same by calling' at 7".'! Second u ve
il lie. Identifying' property and paying;
for this notice.
CARD OF THANKS.
MRS. ALEX SHAW wislTs to express
her sincere thanks to the friends and
shopmales for the assistance and
kindness rendered in her recent be
reavement in the death of hr .lius
IIOMAS FI LLER. SR.. and family wish
to express their thanks to neighbors
and friends who rendered assistance
and expressed sympathy in their re
el tit bereavement; also to extend
thanks for the floral offerings.
GOLDSMITH M'KEE Write all kinds
and classes of insurance in oldest and
strongest companies at lowest rates.
I -hone 3SS.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
insurance. Old fire companies reprc
nented. Tour patronage Bollclted.
Thone union C3. Office over Thomas
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold good a specialty. Oldest and
bst companien, lowest rates. C. R.
Ciiambernn. Mitchell & Lynde block.
BENNETTS Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glass.
Real estate and loans. Room 2. Bu
furd block. Residence 'phone union
361. oflice union 113.
T'fRXAPO INSURANCE Rates for city
property, 2o cents per 1100 one year,
40 cents per $100 three years, 0 cents
per I Id1' Ave years. Call or address
C. B, Chamberlln, agent. Mitchell &
HATES & CLEAVELANH The pioneer
agency. Old time and fire tested com
panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass,
tornado, accident, life, r almost any
form of risk. Ground floor office 210
to 21 Eighteenth street.
WE WILL LOND TOI' Executors', ad
ministrators, g-uardians . trustees, or
any kind of Judicial bonds: lodge and
society officers; city, s'ate or C tS.
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.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
H. J. TOHER & CO. Brokers. Daven
port. Stocks, grain, provisions, cot
ton. Private wire to New York and
Chicago, offices 109 Main street. Tel
GEORGE H. SIDWELL Sc 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 541 Rialto building. Ltong
distance 'pnone Harrison 2C
x' A l o i nj trademark office, room
14. Mitchell Sc Lynde building, Roek
Island. James F. Murphy, associate,
branch of Moore & Co.. patent attor-r-"s
Washington, XX C, and Chlca
WANTED Sober, energetic man, with
references and J250 cash, to take
charge of a half interest in business
in Rock Island. Davenport and Mo
line. Business well established. Ad
dress W. C. Handley. 411 Observatory
buildintr. Peoria. 111.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade
few weeks completes by our method
ot constant practice and instruction
Positions guaranteed; tools furnish
ed. Can nearly earn expenses before
flnishinsr. Write for free catalogue.
iloler barber college Chicago. 111.
WANTED Opportunities for advance
ment. Without danger to your pres
ent connections, we assure you of
consideration for every position you
are competent to fill, no matter where
located. Our booklet tells how we
can bring your ability to the atten
tion of hundreds of employers who
need high grade men of executive,
clerical, technical and salesman posi
tions paying from SI. (too to S".t'00
year. Offices in 112 cities. Ikipgoo6
(Inc. Hrain Brokers, 1213 Hartford
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
-Woman to do
2fi." care Arg
WANTED Ladies to learn dress cut
ting and titling at Mrs. Dunleavy's
dressmaking parlors, 1S2o-j Third av
WANTED Ladies: earn $20 per hun
dred writing short letters. Send
stamped envelope. Rest Manufactur
ing company. Valparaiso. Ind.
WANTED Ladles. Our catalogue ex
plains how we teach hairdressing.
manicuring and facial massage
Quickly, mailed free, Moler Barber
college. Chicago. IlL
WANTED MALE OR FEMALES.
WANTED About three boys, age I.
and two girls, age 1 1 to is. Apply
at oflice Rock Island Rattery com
pany. Fourth street and Third avenue,
r iiiiav morning. 10 o'clock.
WANTED Men and women to assist
me in organization work. References
required. Good pay. Steady work.
Call on S. E. Van Xoorden at Fraternal
Tribune oflice. Carse building. Rock
Island, in the forenoon.
WANTED Position by experienced
stenographer; first class references.
"D.." 1S10 Sixth avenue.
WANTED All kinds of rugs and fanev
carpet weaving done promptly and
reasonably at J22 Third avenue.
W A NT ED Washing
to do by the day.
11," care Argus.
or take it home;
done. Address "'15.
WANTED Hoarders and roomers; up-
to-date table board. $;!.T0: room and
board. $1. at 532 Twenty-first street.
WANTED Hoarders, jit the German
house; nicely furnished rooms, with
heat; good board and good service at
a reasonable price. '37 Seventeenth
street. Phone S45 west.
FOR SALE CITV PROPERTT.
FOR SALE A half-acre corner lot on
Webb street. South Rock Islaiti. In
quire of Fred MrCaw.
FOR SALE Best bargains In lots on
Twenty-fifth street and Tenth ave
nue if taken at once. Easy payments.
Inquire Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE A five-room cottage at
141S Thirty-first street; good well;
city water In house; cheap if taken
at once. Inquire at same number.
FOR SALE A lot; a snap for someone;
SI.imiu will buy a. corner lot lOOxir.o:
front paved; on Twelfth street and
Eighteenth avenue. Inquire at 121S
FOR SALE very good almost new
house, on Fourteenth street, near
Eleventh avenue; has city water and
bath; east front, bign lot; price, fz
35i. Terms. II. K. Walker.
FOR SALE New modern house on
Twent v-second street: n-w addition
furnace, hath. gas. elect ricit y ; reception
hall: hardwood floors; ;.i-loot east
front lot; price. J 1.000. H. K. Walker.
FOR SALE A seven-room two-story
house, i:i good repair: city water,
good out buildings. Fart down, if de
sired, but cheap for cash. Twenty-sixth
street. Inquire on premises.
FOR SALE The residence of Rev.
Frizzelle. G10 Thirtieth street, will be
sold at a bargain, as owner has mov
ed from the city. Has furnace, bath,
gas, and electrh- light, and is in good
repair. H. K. Walker.
FOR SALE In Campbell's addition, a
Hve-room house, with furnace, well,
cistern, tun large chicken barns,
chicken fence and part of an acre of
land: also vacant acre- if desired;
firms easy. II. K. Walker.
FOR RENT Building located at 111;
Seventeenth street, size t"ixf2; put up
to stay; equipped with electric light
and power connection; suitable for
almost any purpose. Inquire of C. F.
Gaeijer. lllfi Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE If taken at once, a double
show case. Address "A. M," care of
FOR SALE Sixteen plate static ma
il. inc. complete, with X-ray outfit;
cost $3".". will take Sv cash. Call up
up i:;ieiM, or address "Doctor," Argus
FOR SALE Just received, direct from
Germany. Roll.r canaries; day ami
night singers: also Roller females.
Call at 322 Brady street second floor,
rear. Davenport; phone- 13'IOM.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
H. A. LOUSE. Contractor and Builder.
Jobbing of all kinds a specialty. Es
timates cheerfully given. Old phne
773 K; residence, 1317 Twcnty-fif Hi
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and
builders. Also manufacturers of
sash, doors, blinds and mouldings.
Dealers in plate window and art
glass. Offices and factory. 111 to 129
CLAIR VOT ANT.
DP.. MARY YATES Magnetic healer
and spiritual medium. Hours, 1 to 10
p. m. Residence. 7oi Fourth avenue.
Take the Blue line west.
MADAM RHEA, the noted medium, lo
cated at lSeie'.i Second avenue, gives
ceirrert life readings; gifted with
prophetic power to unravel past,
present and future. Hours, 9 a. in
to 8 p . m.
PP.UFESSGR FOSTER, celebrated clair
voyant ur.d palmu-t. is permanently
l'X-at-d here. professor Foster Is the
leader ef his proftssion. His advice
pertaining to love, business, specula
tion, buying or stllir.g of property,
investments, marriage, divorce, etc..
is une-ejuitled. He re-unites the ee-pa-rated.
causes speedy and happy mar
riage with one you leve; tentore-s
lost affection, removes vil inf! jene e s.
In fact, everything. Preefesor Fos
ter's advice is tnue-h sough for on pant
or future investments. H? has no
eejual. He charges not on penny for
such advice. Professor Foster, a a
matter ef advert ise-nr-nt. will give
his cemr''te life reading for cents.
Gives narneg of friends, enemies or
riva!: t-;U who are tr-je. or false.
Fati'factlon absolutely guaranteed or
n. fee ae-eepteej. All business strict
ly confidential. It" n't rni'take came
end niimti'-r. Prejtessor Foster. 27
Ftfth avenue, corner Twentieth street.
Ifoeirs 3 a. m. to 8. i't p. at; bunday,
19 to 8.
Jackson. irrrMT Stafford At
torneys-at-law. Office in Rock Isl
and National bank building.
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Abstracts of
title. Office in Bengston clock.
3EARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
slonev to loan on good real estate se
curlty. Mitchell &. Lynde block. Rock
fcL M. McCASKRIN Attorney-at-Law,
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island
ofUce in Bengston block. Milan omce
on Main street.
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at Law.
General legal practice, omce room
13. Mitchell & Lynde building. Union
Electric phone ooel.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS Attorneys-
at-Law. Money to loan. General le
gal business. Notary public. 1705
Second avenue, Buford block.
McENIRY e& McENIRY Attorneys at
law. Loan money on good siscurity;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Omco, Mitchell
& Lyr.it? building.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys-
at-Law. N. A. Larson, Swedlsf Vd
vokat Office over Crampton's
store. 1719 Second avenue. Pensiuw.
Loans. Patents, etc
LEONARD DRACK Architect and su
perintendent. Skinner block, second
floor. Office hours, 10 to 1 a. m., 4
to 6:30 p. m.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp-
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, 167
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
MONEY TO l.u
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate se
curity at lowest rates. Marion H
Sweeney, attorney. rooms 33-35,
Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Isl
and. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on household goods, horses,
wagons, etc., without removal and in
a quiet way. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan company, room
18. Mitchell & Lvnde block.
LEU A L.
Notice is hereby given that at a spc
ial meeting of the stockholders of
'le-sccnt Macaroni company, held at 31t
River street, in the city of Chicago.
outity of c'ook. and state of Illinois, on
the- 1Mb day of January. A. I . lHi'5. the
name ef said company was change d to
re-scent Macaroni and Cracker compa n v.
md the- location of. the principal office
r place eu' business of said corpora t ion
was changed from Chicago. In the coun-
y of Cook, stale of Illinois, to Rock
Island, in the county of Rock Island.
and state of Illinois, and also the' cap
ital tock of said coriMira t ion was in-
reaseil from the sum ef fifty thousand
liars t S.iO.Oi'ii.ihi to the sum of one
huiiilri-el seventy-live: thousand dollars
1 1 7."., niiO. OH ). and the number of shares
t' said e-orporatioii was increased from
live- hundred i."nii) shares to one thous
and seven huiidre-d anil fiftv (1.7fi0t
shares, and the? object for which saiel
orporatiou was formed was changed
so that tne same- is to ma tui tact tire,
buy and sell macaroni. Italian paste.
rackets ami otlier food products of
grain. anil that the certificate of said
hange re-tiuire-d by law has Ixe'ii dnlv
file'd in the edfiee ef the- secretary eif
state of t lie- state of Illinois, anil in the
thee- if fbe' recorder ef dee-els eil" the
ounty of Cook, in said state of Illinois.
tml in the office of the- reeetrder ef
ceds of the. county of Rock Island, in
the state of Illinois, as provided bv law.
Dated at Chicago this 17th dav of
February, A. D. 1!mi5.
OS V ALD SCll MM T,
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford. Attorneys.
Roe k Island. 111.
Adinlulnf ratora Xotlre.
Ewtate of Patrick Maguire, deceased.
Tin: undersigned, having be-en ap
pointed! administrator eef tho estate of
Patrick Maguire, late of the county of
Roe k Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice- that he will appear
before- the county court of Rock Island
county, at the c ounty court room. In the
city of Rock Ishinl. at the April te-rm.
on tin- first Monelay in April m-xt. at
which time all persons having claims
against said state; are notifii-d and n--qiu
sled to attend for the purpose-
having the- sarin- adjusted. All pel sons
ind bte-d to said e-stat are requested to
make immediate payment to the under
signed. Dated 11th el av e.r Februarv. A. I)
19u.-.. WILLIAM C. MU CKER.
E'-tate of Mary A. S' liachter. deceased.
'I'm- iii.d'-iKigni-d, having be-e-n ap
IM.i.iied a 1 ml nist ralor e,f tli e-state; of
Marv Schae iit r. late- e.f the- county of
Rock Island, state; of Illinois, de-ceased,
he re b-- gives notice that he; will
appear be fore the ounty court of Rock
Island countv, at the county court roem
In the city of Roek Island, at tho May
term, on the first Monday In Mav. at
which time all persons having claims
against said state! are; notified and re-eiue-steil
to attend for the purpose of
having tin; same; adjusted. All pe-rsons
Indebted to sahl estate are reiieste-d to
make Immediate jiayment to the under
sigtied. Date-d this 4th day of February, A
JACOB SCHEIB. Administrator.
Jackson. Hurst eSc Stuffeerd, attorneys
Notice of Final Sellleiiient.
Estate of Mary A. Pb-ree. de-ceased.
Public notiee- in hereby give n that the
undersigned, De nnis Brennan, adminis
trator, ele benls nun, with will anne-x'-d.
has this dav libel his final report ami
se-t t b-me n t as such in the county court
of Roek I'land county, ami hearing on
said repeirt has been set feer i-'eb. 24.
ISO.-,, at a o" lock a- m.. at which tim!
persons inte re ste-d may app'ar arid
make objections therete,, anil If no ob-
Je-e-tif.na aro tile-el. said tcp'ert will be
approved at that time-, ajnd the nnde-r-signed
will ck for an eerele-r ejf distri
bution, and v..il also ask to be Uia-
Roc k Island. 111.. Jan SO. 190',.
Estate ef Edward Bruwalder, deceas-
The undersigned, having been ap
P'dnted aelruimst rator e,f the estate of
Edward Bruwaldi-r, late ef the- county
of Roe k Islanel. state eef Illinois, d.-ceas-I.
lieteby give-s neitice. that he; will ap
pear be-fore- the- e-enintv cejurt "f Rock
Island e-oun'y at the e-ourt re-e,m. In tin
city ..f Roe k lslar'1. at the April t-rm.
on the- first Monelay in April lo-xt. at
wM' h tim- ail persons laving claims
against said state a r; notified a"d n-qij---t.ej
to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjilfteej. All person-
indebted tee said estate are reejU'-st-e-.l
to rr:ake- immediate payment tee the
Date.l fth day of Februarv. A. D.
IS'.'.. B F. KNOX.
Estate e-f Nancy IJ.-ilIey. de-ce-a se-d.
Tne unel-rltrn-d. having been ap-poirite-d
aelmiriiiet raf'r ejf the estate e,f
Nancy l'.ailey. late r'f the county e,f
fioe-k Islandstate of Illinois. el,e a e..
he-reby gives ne-li'-e that be will appear
b-fore the- ounty eeoirt "t R'ee k I 'land
county, at the- eounty court room. In
the eity e.f I'.wk Island, at the April
te-rm. on tl.e first Monday In April ne xt,
at which time all persons ha VI ng el im
against said etat are rotifid and r--questeel
te attend for the purpose of
having th same adjusted. All persons
lr.e5-bted to said estate; are ree-ue-sted f
make lmm-dia!.e payment t-j ther unde-r-eigrird
mte-fl 15th dar of Kebmary-A. I
HENRY R. FITCH.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun-
t y ss :
t ln.h$.C"LnU' Cour of said County.
To the March Term. A. D. 1905.
To All Persons Concerned:
Due notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, guardian of Edward IL
-Vewes, Elm.r A. Mewes and Kile N.
Mewes. minors, has tiled in the office of
the clerk of the count v court of Reck
Island ceunty, in the state of Illinois,
a pe-tition for an order for the sale of
the following described real estate be
longing to said mincers, situate, Ivlng
and being in the ceumtv eif Roek Island,
in the state of Illinois, known and de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
The undivided sK fortv-scconds
(6-I2) part of all the following de
scribed premises, to-wit: The north
east quarter of the southeast ouarte-r
ot station fourteen (14: the. west half
of the southeast quarter of section
fourtee n 1 1 4 : and the west half of tho
northeast quarter of section twentv-
three 23), all situate in township six
teen (lti) north, range five t:,) west of
the fourth principal merhlian.
And that said petition will be heard
on the tirst day of the said March term.
.-. i. i;io.. en said court, or ns soon
thereafter as counsel mav be heard, at
which time and place you can aniipiir
find object to said petition and propos
ed order tor sale, tr you see nt so to tb.
Da tee! this Sth dav of Februarv. A.
FERDINAND C. MEWES.
Guardian of said Edward H. Mewes. El
mer A. Mewes ami Elle N. Mewes.
Henry Curtis. Attorney for Said
Administrator's Notice '
Estate of Jep Jorgenson. deceased.
The um1ersigne-d. having bt-en ap
pointee! administrator of the estnte of
Jep Jorgenson. late of the county of
Rock Islaiiel. state of Illinois, deceased.
hereby givi-s notice that it will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the county court room. In
the city of Rock Island, at the April
te-rm. on the first Mondav In April next.
at which time all pe-rseens having claim
against said estate ure notified and re
quested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted!. All persons!
inetehleil to saiel estate are reuueste'd to
make- Immediate payment to tho un-
Dated 20th day of Januarv. A. D.
CENTRAL TRUST & SAVINGS BANK,'
Sweeney & Walker, attorneys.
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Tjis Vegas. N. M
RAILWAYS AND STEAMERS.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC!
Railway Tickets mav he nnrrh
at the city ticket office. 1829 Second
avenue, or C, R. I. & p. depot. Fifth av
enue, foot of Thirty-first street. 'Phon
PLMMR'. a P. A. FRANK H
.Id 7-.r,0 nmlifli. tn an.
"Call forniaSnecinr'el fi ' l II nm i.i i 9 .' ir.
Denver Limited Ac j I '
)m,Hh )d 1:46 am a 1:61 am
Ft. Worth. Denver f
fc Kansas City . .d 6 : 20 amJdlO : 40 pm
Minne apolis Id 6:20 amia 1:10 pm
Davenport & Chi- (
go d 7:5Kam!d 7-00 pm
a 6:Zb am
d 9:50 am
Colorado & Omaha.
Des Moines & Oma
ha Denver. Lincoln &
d 1:10 pm
40niriM S-nr. am
lies MoineH Express! l;40pm;d 7:00 am
cii. j am z Aiinne
apolis Denver. Ft. Worth
&. Kansas City . .
a l:4t amid 9:15 pm
a 6; 15 amldlO; 40 pin
Kansas CM v. St. I I
Joe & California.. all:10 pmfd 7:10 am
Rock Island &
Washington al2;50pmd 1:25 pm
Chicago & Dos I I
Moines d l:40pmf 1:20 pm
Rock Island & I I
Brooklyn Accom.la 4:55 pm'd 7:10am
Omaha a 6:60 pml" 9;60am
Omaha & Des I
Moines d 6; 10 pmal2;60 pm
Cedar Rsplds & I
Tipton lal0:J7amld 4:10 pm
Roek Island A Peoria Divlsloa.
Trains leave Twentieth street sta
tion. Main line trains start from main
depot on Fifth avenue 6 minutes In ad
vance of time given.
I Leave, j Arrive
Peeirla. Springfield. I
St. L.. Ind'pls .. . . 8; 10 am
9 : 50 pm
i-coria eV St. l.,oiiis..l" 7:20 pm
1'i-oria, ind pis, cin.
Bloomington ....I 1:35pm
Sherrarel Aocom. ... 9:20 am
Cabin & Sherrard
Aocom t:45 am
Cable & Sherrard .. S:S0pru
Cl! ICAGO. BURLINGTON & QUINCT .
De-pot. Second avenuo ami Twentieth
street. Tele phone, old west 480, new 6179
F. A. RIDDELL. Agent.
I Leave, t Arriv.
St. Iyeiuls. Spring- I
I'eorla. Qulncy ...
Sterling. Mendota I
and Chlcugo f
St. Louis. Kansas I
City. De-nver and I
l'ae.fie; const Is
f 19 ass
Sterling and points '
I a Crosse, St.
Paul. Minn., and
Clinton, Dubuque ..
Cllntein ami Inter- i
7 :19 pm
ston at Hock Island for meals. -
dally except Hunelay.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE BT. PAUL
Railway D., R. I. Sc. N. W. passenger
station at foot of Seventeenth street. 8.
B. HTODDARD. Agent. V. L. Hlnrlcha,
ornme re lal agent, 90S Brady street.
lyeave. I Arrive
SI I'aul. Mil
waukee, chle-ago..! 7:99 am
Elgin and fThle-agej.
is. w. Limited)..! 4:11am
Citv IS. W Lim
ited) 19.11 m
City 1:11 am
Elgin. Chicago ... 11:19 pm
Fulien. Savanna, I
Dubuque I l:lm
Clinton. Cedar I
Rapids. Omaha, I
Tallv l)wt Bund
IOWA efe ILLINOIS RAILWAY f INTER
urbani Station, 117 Uraely street.
Dav.-iipe.rt. 'I, li-pheene-. Central I'nion,
North 71". Far-. one way. between
Davenport ami f !inten. 7'r c ents, itouml
trip. 1. SO. Five humlreel mile book.
Tra I ns
6 :r;o am'
'j i arn!
1 1 :Z um
Z '" pml
4 .'JO prnl
7 OO prnl
Davenpeert for Bet-tf-ndorf.
Valley. Le Claire.
" "frfev-et'n cilnlon
Ple-atant Valley ..J