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ffHB aligns, Saturday, may 13, 1905.
$2,4oii cash buys a bargain on
th avenue, in the best residence
district of the city: rent,' $24, -Tret-ting
purchaser 10 per cent per
SI. 025 buys a nice five-room
cottage. $200 down, balance on
$S00 down and balance on easy
monthly payments buys a large
11-room house, centrally located,
bath and gas, suitable for room
ers. $1,600 buys five nice level lots
facing south on 12th avenue, near
a paved street; $o00 cash down,
balance easy terms.
$3,500 buys nice brick modern
home, with another lot which can
be ld off for $ioo. making bouse
cost S2.&00; bargain.
Fine modern homestead. Just
finished, facing east and south,
best locality in the city; can be
bought at a bargain, as owner
must go west on accoint of sick
ness in the family.
Three tine lots in South Rock
Island. $io each.
'i hree tine lots, 13th avenue,
one being a corner, for J7oo cash.
$3.".o buys line 45-foot lot on
$l.fMi will buy a fine six-room
cottage on Sth avenue; lot 50x
150. near 30th street.
1625 buys elegant 47-foot cor
ner lot on 14th street.
We have a fine 320-acre farm.
214 miles from Coal Valley, for
sale very reasonable and on terms
$1.0oo buvs fine corner: paved;
on 12th street; 97x150; room for
three houses; a bargain.
I. lot )nr rwry with as. We
loam money ttm real estate.
Goldsmith (EL McKee
blUtlTION CnAMRedUN.KlKOT tOUMNV.
Dally Matiae and flight. CummrariiK
Monday, May 8.
THE THREE GRACES.
ARMSTRONG &. VORN.
THOMAS &. FULLER.
PASCATEL, THE GREAT.
Matinee, 10c. Night prices, 10c, 16c
DiaccTiom Cham bcrum.Kinota ConrANv.
Dally .Matinee nad Micht, beglialag
Monday, May 15.
i . " .'!". Evening.
miles McCarthy co
Assister by Miss Ada Wooloott. pre
sent I tig
FLAN IGAN &. CAMERON.
MILLS &. VERNE.
SIGNOR MACES. AND HIS TALKING
THE CHICKEN THIEF.
THE AIDE AN E.
Iatlaee 10c all over tW house.
Might loo, 15c und 20c.
We will cure any ailment
which is the result of a dis
eased condition of the Ner
vous System, and whether you
are suffering from Nervous
Debility, Mental Exhaustion,
Loss of Energy, Loss of
Strength, Insomnia, Prostra
tion, Physical Decline, Result
of Violating the Laws of
Health, or any Ailment of the
Nervous System, our new Eu
ropean treatment will effect a
perfect and permanent cure.
Investigate. Consultation free.
Pay when cured, deposit the
money in the bank. Call to
day. THE HYGEIA CO..
322 Brady Street Davenport, Iowa.
In all lu tagea.
Ely's Cream Balm1
clea&aea, soothes and heals
the diseased membrane.
It CUteteaUrTh and drives
away a cold In the head
Cream Balm ia placed Into tha noatrUa,preada
orer the membrane and la absorbed. Belief la im
mediate and a cure follows. It ia not dryinj doe
not produce sneezing. Large 8ixe, M cents at Drug
X iata or by mail ; Trial Siae, 10 ceuU.
, 1XY BKOTH KRS, M Warren Street, New Tort
F.'W. Ohlweller. J.'F. Ohlweller.
Builders of All Kinds of
Granitoid Brick and Tile Sidewalks
Cement Work of All Kind.
All work guaranteed.
OUtre 'paoae 1290. Resident 1S30
Slit a aveaae, Reck: ItUaa, 111. Old
The Pinch Ball is Latest Intro
tiuced by Fred Falk
enberg. Pitcher Fred Falkeuberg of the
Montreal team of the Eastern league
baa invented the latest baseball nov
elty. It Is the pinch ball. Falkeo
berg states that it U thrown overhand
and "off the thumb." In other word.
PITCHKK HOWELL. 1ST. LOCI8 AMERICAX3.
(.Howell la the lateat liner of the spit bull.
He practiced It last winter and now has
It under excellent control
the ball revolves ofT the thumb as It in
thrown, the thumb pressing the under
side of the Kpheiv.
ThU pressure." Hays Falkenberg.
"lve the ball a wicked and peculiar
break Just as It reaches the plate. It
swerves sharply outward. The curve
can lie thrown with u slow ball as easi
ly as with a fast oue. This aids a
pitcher a tfreat deal when 'mixing' his
Falkenberg, who was "tried out" by
Pittsburg a couple of years ago. tfltes
that be Invariably uses the pinch ball
whenever he gets two strikes on a bats
man. "I st.u.U out si men in a ro-eiit
game." he says, 'simply by adopting
Will "Wee Willie" Sudhoff's Jumping
rise ball take a place by the side of
the spit ball?
This is the momentous question now
agitating the St. Louis enthusiasts who
saw Sudboff shut out the Clevelands
Despite the handicap of a sore arm.
Willie made the Cleveland team of
giants dance to bis pitching like mario
nettes, and no one doubts who saw
him shut the Lajoieites out that this
new slant is another tmare and inven
tion of the pitcher to entangle the bat
ter. Budhoff believes his ball will revolu
tionize the theory of curve pitching:
but. as he naively said after the game
in question, "every pitcher has his fa
vorite ball and is apt to have his con
fidence in It destroyed at a critical
stage of the game."
Aked for the explanation of the
rtaing Jump ball. Sudhoff ald: "It
la different from the rise ball of
Charley Nichols and the Jump ball of
Christy Mathewsou, but combines fea-
TAB riTCEXR AS THE ARTIST SEES HIM.
tores of both. It passes over the plate
at a man's shoulder and. jumping,
rlsea, changing its court slightly ns
it paasea him. To make a hard hit the
batsman must meet the ball squarely
In the center. If he bits under the
result Is a fly that can almost surely be
gobbled up by one of the fielders. If
t hits it on top the ball goes to one
of the lufielders."
is often as great as a woman's. But
Thomas S. Austin, manager of the Re
publican, of Leavenworth. Ind., ww
not unreasonable when he refused to
allow the doctor to operate on his wife
for female trouble. "Instead." he saya.
"we concluded to try Electric Bitters.'
My wife was then so sick she could
hardly leave her bed. and five (a) phy
sicians had failed to relieve ber. After
taking Electric Bitters, she was per
fectly cured, and can now perform ajl
her household duties." Guaranteed by
Hartx & . Ullemeyer, druggists; price
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A.'iOTMER WOiNCER CF SCI ENCE
Bloiosrj- Haa Proved that Daiilrcff ' Is
Caused B7 a Geraw
Science is doing wonders these days
in medicine as well as in mechanics.
Since Adam lived, the human race has
been troubled with dandruff, for which
no hair preparation has heretofore
proved a successful cure until New-
bro's Herpicide was put on the market
It is a scientific preparation that kills
the germ that makes dandruff or scurf
by digging into the scalp to get at the
root of the hair, where it saps the vi
tality, causing itching scalp, falling
hair and finally baldness. Without
dandruff hair must grow luxuriantly.
It is the only destroyer of dandruff.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10
cents in stamps for sample to the Her
picide company, Detroit, Mich. T. H.
Thomas, special agent.
Two million Americans suffer the
torturing pangs of dyspepsia. No need
to. Burdock Blood Bitters cures. At
any drug store.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SAKE Cheap, one" large oak side-
waiK tliiluy case, with Rlass shelves.
Call at Koch's gun shop. Market
FOR SALE Household goods, all in
goou condition, nt Eighth-and-a-half
FOR SALE One No. 3 folding pocket
kodak, with special lens and devel
oper outfit. Inquire 2701 Fifth ave
nue. 'Phone west 60.
FOR SALE On May 20. 1 o'clock sharp.
aousenon furniture, cnairs. bedroom
suits, tables, dishes, and numerous
small articles; also a buggy. Mrs. C.
Schmid 807 Second avenue.
POSITIONS OPEN We have hundreds
of high grade business and technical
positions paying from Jl.OoO to Jfi.ooo
a year, but we haven't enough capa
ble, experienced men to fill them. If
you believe you are the right man for
any of these places write today for
booklets. W have offices in all large
cities and offer the surest method of
marketing your ability for every
cent it is worth. Hapgoods (Ine.
Brain Brokers, 1213 Hartford build
DR. MARY YATES Magnetic healer
and spiritual medium. Houra. 1 to 10
p. m. Residence, 705 Fourth avenue.
Take the Blue line weit-
TIIK MYSTKRIOl'S RELDO KARO has
moved Trance medium, clairvoy
ant and palmist; does what others ad
vertise to do: tells your name and wiiat
you wish to know, without asking a
question: tells what worries, annoys
and perplexes you now. and what will
bring surcess. Reduced prices for a
fews days. 50 cents and $1. 409 Six
teenth street. Hours. 10 to S. daily
SITPERFLl'Ol'S If AIR AND MOLES
permanently removed with the
electric needle without pain: treat
ment e-iven at the home, unless other
wise desired. Address Miss A. M.
Kittredge, 930 Twenty-second street.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate se
curity at lowest rates. Marlon K.
Sweeney, attorney, rooms 33-30,
Mitchell & Lynde building. Hock Isl
and. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on household goods, horses,
wagons, etc., without removal and In
a quiet wav. Call on us for Quick
loans. Fidelity Loan company, room
88. Mitchell & Lynde block.
AL'GUSTANA COLLEGE Business de
partment. A thorough business
training given for entry Into com
mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at Augustana college.
VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school
conducted for girls by the Sisters of
the Visitation. Rudimentary and
higher branches and all polite ac
complishments taught. Twentieth
street and Fifteenth avenue. Rook
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
contracting, building and jobbing;
workmanship guaranteed; estimates
furnished. Residence. 817 Twenty
ninth street. 'Phone 6988.
D. HOH ENBOK EN Contractor and
Builder. Plans and estimates cheer
fully furnished. Dealer in glass, lum
ber, nails, etc. Residence and shop.
Thirty-eighth street and Sixth avenue.
New 'phone 6756.
JOHN VOLK A CO. Contractors and
builders. Also manufacturers of
aash, doors, blinds and mouldings.
Dealers In plate window and art
glass. Office and factory. 111 to 129
Elcbteeatb street -
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
IL J.-TOHER & CO. Brokers. Daven
port. Stocks, grain, provisions, cot
ton. Private wire to New York and
Chicago. Offices 109 Main street. Tel
OEORGE H. SIDWELL & CO. Com-
miMHon anercnanta. urain, nay ana
prevtstormj Mmbm t the Chicago
board of trade and -Chicago s toe k x
ehaoge.7 Established 2 i years. No.
64$ .nd 64-.Rhiru-buildintr. Long
distance 'phone "Harrison 3SC4.
fEEATJNO ANt PLUMBING.
CHAKNON, FJCRRT CO. Heating
and plumbing-' BLiwng- imennno lines.
Careful and sk filed workmen. Prompt
attention. - lit' West MevanteenUi
rtrwrt 'Phone 114a.
FATSK.'siid trademark office, room
14, Milcaeii t Lrynoe building, Kock
Island. James F. "Murphy; associate,
branch of Moore & Co.. patent attor
neys. Washington. D. C and Chica
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chip-J
designs of all kinds. City store, XM7
Second avenue. Telephone III.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY
i Bauersfeld & Sexton, proprietors
- Fine finish and quick service. 181'
Third avenu 'Panne west lift
.taetlee Llasitctf fe Gealte, Urla
ary. Re-at. Ski aad We
DR. M. F.CLAUSIUS
Office Hours: 8:30 to 10:30 a. m.;
S to 4. 7 . to K p m.
Kimball building, room 3, Mo
line, III. '
WATTEO-HM-B HELP. .
WANTED Pafnte.rs and paperhangers.
Appiy.to.P-. J. Lee. 1431 Second ave
nue. : . " '
WANTED Good solicitors and agents.
Salary or commission. Apply at 329
WANTED A strong younff man to act
as porter at Watch Tower Inn. Ap
ply to H. C. KrelL manager.
WANTED Traveling or local repre
sentative: jinerai terms; permanent
Brown -Bro. : company, Rochester,
WANTED At once, a first class collee
tor for Rock Island and Moline. Call
at Peoples Credit Clothing company,
319-312 Twentieth street.
WANTED Top builder; experienced
man tor factory work: state experi
ence when writing. Kratat-r Carriage
company. Des Moines, Iowa.
WANTED 25 laborers, for work on
canal at Milan, in., at i.- per day.
with board and lodging. Inquire at
g-overnment office. Milan, 111.
WANTED Men: our illustrated cata
logue explains how we teach barber
trade - quickly; mailed free. Moler
Barber college, Chicago. 111.
WANTED Teamsters, for out-of-town
work: 3.5 per day und board trans
portation furnished. Apply Mitchell
& Lynde building, basement.
WANTED Teamstt-rs on canal work.
nt-ar N yanet. 111.. o3 miles east of
Rock Island, on the C. R I. -fc P.
railroad: wages. J2 and $30 a month.
Thomas L. Itosser. Jr.
WANTUD A good, reliable man, to
represent us in this vicinity; good
opening fot right -party ;-year's con
tract: pay weekly. Address Olefi
Bros.. Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED Energetic man. each county,
to post signs. . advertise and distrib
ute samples; salary. $18 weekly; $.'!
per day for expenses: honesty and
sobriety more essential than experi
ence. National company. 720 Clrest
nut street. Philadelphia. Pa.
WANTED Men and boys, to learn
- plumbing trade: we cannot supply de
mand for graduates; $4.50 to $5 per
day; eight weeks completes course;
earn while learning. Address, for cat
alogue. Coyne Bros. Company Plumb
ing Schools. Cincinnati, Ohio; ' St.
Louis; Mo. Employment guaranteed
or money refunded.-
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A kitchen woman at the
Rock Island house.
WANTED A competent washerwoman
at 816 Nineteenth street.
WANTED A girl for general house
work, at 723 Second avenue.
WANTED A girl for general house
work nt "1S Fifteenth street.
WANTED A girl for general house
work, at loSs Nineteenth street.
WANTED A woman to do washing
and ironing. Inquire at 1725 Twen
WANTED A washerwoman to do wash
ing for small family. Address "R. O.,
WANTED A young lady of good edu
cation, to read proof. Apply at Argus
WANTED Two dining room girls at
the ltock Island house lunch room.
Rock Island house.
WANTED A girl for general house
work in family of two. Apply at
2!oil Seventh avenue.
WANTED A girl for general house
work. Applv at 7IH Twenty-second
street. Mrs. W. H. Whtsler.
WANTED A girl for general house
work: middle-aged woman preferred.
Apply at U'i.17 Nineteenth street.
WANTED A girl to help with general
housework: no washing: girl who can
go home nights preferred Apply at
70S Seventeenth street.
WANTED Iadies; our catalogue ex
plains how we teach hair-dressing,
manicuring and facial massage quick
ly, mailed free. Moler college, Chi
WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Agents; 25 of the best sell
- ing articles:- $15 per week- is made;
send '10 - cents-for samples; male and
female agents. National Supply com
pany. 424 N. Ninth street, Philadel
WANTED Lady or gentleman, of fair
education .to travel for a firm of
$25).0D0- capital: salary. $1,072 per
year, and expenses! paid weekly. Ad
dress, with stamp, J. A. Alexander,
Rock Island. 111.
WANTED By- experienced young man.
position as hardware clerk: best of
habits. Address at once Arthur R.
Jones. 64S Thirty-ninth street.
WANTED MISCELLA NEOUS.
WANTED A light draft horse weigh
ing :rhoiit 1,200- pounds. Address "S.,"
WAITED By a lfidy. furnished room,
will! or without board, in private
family; central location preferred.
Address ,-G. 33," care Argus.
WANTED With a private Gsrman
family, board anil room, wltn use or
bath;- partv must have early break
fast.' Address "H. H. CV care Argus.
WANTED By' May 20 a five or six
room, eottage in Rock Island or Mo
line, east of Twentieth street Rek
Island. Address or call 301 3 V4 Fifth
avenue. Rock Island. W. J. McGreg
or. WANTED Household goods to move.
store, pack or Bhtp at reilucea rates
to Pacific coast und other points. For
the best service at lowes rates, write
or call on Ewert & Rlchter Express &
Storage company. 322-326 East Fourth
street. Davenport,- Iowa. Tel. 698.
WANTED Private family and board
ing houses who can accommodate
visUIns- doctors durinsr the state med
ical meeting In Rock Island May 16.
17 and 18. to send their names and
addresses to Dr. U. F. Hall. 17184
Second avenue, stating number you
can aecommbdate-and -price, not later
than May 14.
EXPRESS STORAGE, BIS AND CAB.
ROBBS" .TRANSFER COMPANY 120
West Seventeenth street.- Old pnone
1537. new 'phone 5158. New storage
building. ' Express, baggage, 'bus and
eab--aa.Ua answered day or night.
EWER'T & RICHTER" Express and
Storage company, having unequaled
facilities for moving. "storing, packing
and shipping household ' goods, and
ean quote reduced -freight rates to
Pacific coast and other points. Write
or call. ' Office and warehouse, 322
82 East- Furth street, Davenport,
Iowa. TeL 638.
EMPIRE COAL'ec COKE COMPANT-
wnoiesaie and retail dealers in bi
tuminous and anthracite ena.1.
Prompt dellverv eervice. Office. 171i
First avenue.- Telephone west US'
PARIDON" & SON Artistic Interior
decoration. Finest iine of late paper
carried and skilled workmen employ
ed. Moderate - price. 417 Seven
, - FOR HEX r ROOMS. .
FOR - RENT Two furnished rooms a
11S Third avenue.
FOR REXT, Two TurrUrieH rooms. vBh
mid, at . is tagmeenth 6treet-.
FOR RENT Two lar?e front rooms,
iurmsnea. at ziX'Z tmti avenue.
FOR RENT Fumisied rooms ituit.M.le
lor gentlemen at 617 Thirty-nf t,h
e i reel.
FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms
with bath, on ground floor. Address
FOR RENT A furnished room, with
all modern conveniences, for gentle
men only, at Sixth avenue.
LOR RENT Furnished room, with all
moaern conveniences. Located oppo
site court house. 217 Fifteenth street
FUR RENT A nicely furnished room
with all modern conveniences, for
gentlemen only, at 1228 Second ave
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
mMiseiteeping aaso sleeping rooms
at 1403 Second avenue. Old " 'phone
las-iv. -. - .
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
with modern conveniences, on. Milan
car line, at reasonable price; lSyJ
FOR RENT To party without children.
a three-room nat. with all modern
conveniences, at 1037 Fifteenth street.
Inquire at same address.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms.
witn moaern conveniences, on Twenty-third
street; central and beautiful
location. Address "M. 22," care Af
gus. FOR RENT One pleasant furnished
front room, with all modern conveni
ences: also first class table board kt
reasonable prices. New 'phone 6009;
122! Second avenue.
FOR RENT A suite of threo unfur
nished rooms, for family of two. or
three adults; near car lines, and in
pleasant location. For further Infor
mation, address "R. i6, ' in care of
The Argus office.
FOR RENT IIOUSTiS.
FOR RENT Modern eight -room house.
inquire at 832 Nineteen h street.
FOR RENT Eight-room house, with
modern improvements; No. !2! Twenty-second
street. Inquire M. J. Mur
phy. 2207 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT To a party without chil
dren .a three-room Mat. with conveni
ences, centrally located and near
street car line. ddress "Y. W. 33,"
FOR RENT A modern eight-room
house; lurnace heat; modern conveni
ences; 919 Twentieth street. Apply
to Hayes & Cleaveland, 210-212 Eigh
teenth street, city..
FOR RENT On May 10. In a choice
location, one of the finest and- best
arranged flats in the three cities, No.
1226 Fourth avenue. Apply at the
American Steam laundry.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT A good piano; terms rea
sonable. For particulars, call at 2221
FOR SALE: CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE One of the finest residence
sites in the city; four large lots, with
eight-room house; a big snap. See
Eckhart & BufTum.
FOR SALE Best bargains in lots on
Twenty-nrtn street and Tenth ave
nue if taken at -once. Easy payments,
Inquire Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE Residence on Twentieth
street, mar Eighth avenue; ciKht
rooms, ail modern; lot b4xl40: heauti
ful location; $4,200. II. K. Walker.
FOR SALE Five-room cottage: city
water, sewer, steam heat, and closet:
lot fiOxlbrt: reasonable if taken at
once. Apply at al9 Forty-fifth street
FOR SALE On easy terms, nice build
ing lots on Thirtieth street and Eigh
teenth avenue; fine location. Inquire
at 2412 Seventh avenue. Gottlieb
FOR SALE A big bargain, the Dodge
homo, on Eleventh street and Third
avenue; lot 80 by 150; fine brick
house, modern. For particulars see
Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE East front lots In South
Heights. Nineteenth avenue and Six
teenth street . Inquire of J. M. Pari
don, 16i)6 Eighteenth avenue, or H.
liottema, 41H Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Acre and town lots Just
outside of city limits on bluff near
street car line, cheap on monthly pay
ments. Inquire of John T. Campbell,
1K29 Seventeenth street. 'Phone 322
FOR SALE Oakside, at the head of
Twenty-first street, near the Villa de
Chautal; a very desirable home, with
modern improvements: two lots,
large oak trees; view of river. A.M.
FOR SALE The small frame building
on the Trinity parish premises in
rear of rectory; must be removed at
once- bills for same will he received
until 6 p. m. Tuesday. May 16, 1905,
by R. G. Hudson, secretary of vestry.
FOR SALE I. C. Martin's new home,
1015 Twenty-second street; beautiful,
modern house of eight rooms, recep
tion hall, cement walks, paved street;
place will be sold, as Mr. Martin has
moved to Denver. Inquire IL K.
FOR SALE To close estate, the beau
tiful home. No. 732 Seventeenth street;
Modern Improvements; east front;
eight rooms: fine location; best of re
pair. Call and examine.
The two-story brick store building,
situated at 1917 Second avenue, now
occupied by DIndlnger. the printer.
This is a good Investment.
Four acres, with house, situated on cor
ner Twelfth street and Cemetery
road, in South Rock Island; fine place
for gardening, florist, or poultry
raising. The heirs are desirous of
selling these properties aa soon as
possible. For further information,
apply to IL E. Krell, 715 Seventeenth
OF INTEREST TO INVESTORS As the
stockholders of the Home Building of
Rock Island, now tn process of liquid
ation, have expressed a positive de
sire that the affairs of said associa
tion be closed ip within the next SO
days. I. as liquidator, offer for sale all
real estate now owned bv said asso
ciation at greatly reduced prices, and
I nlso have a number of other desir
able properties, not owned by the as
sociation, but controlled by me. which
I also wish to sell. I propose to Rive
the people of means an opportunity to
place their money to great advan
tage. Information will he given bv
me at my office. In rooms 1 and 2.
Masonic temple, or the property will
be shown by me at any tim-. Call at
once If you are Interested. W. C.
LIST OF PROPERTY.
West half lot 19. sub-div.. South Rock
Two-story dwelling house. 18th ave
nue and 44th street. Rock Island.
ZMh street and 14th avenue, dwelling
of five rooms.
Dwelling of eight rooms. 1426 40th
Two-story dwelling. 307 45th street.
Saloon building and hotel, 101S-1014
Railroad avenue, Moline. III.
Two-story dwelling, feix rooms, 18(1
4th street. Moline. 111.
Two-ntorv dwelling, six rooms. 1845
4?h street. Moline. 111.
Tw acre, wHrh will make 10 city
lots, located corner of 15th street and
2th avenue. Moline. 111.
A 15-room frame- hotel building.
TRIO LODGE. NO. 57, A. F. & A. M.
A Meets in stated communication
f un the first Thursday f 'each
month. A. F. Casper. W. M ;
' William B. Pettit. secretary.
ROCK ISLAND LODGE. NO. CT.S. A. F. &
A. M. Meets in stated communica
tion on the first Friday of each month.
H. A. Clevenstine. W. M. ; JL S. Boll
ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER. NO. IS. R.
A. M. Meets in stated convocation on
the first Tuesday of -each month. S. J.
Ferguson. H. P.; U C Daugherty,
ROCK ISLAND COUNCIL. NO. 20. R. &
" !s. M. Meets in stated communica
tion on the third Wednesday of each
month. I. J. Sears. T. L M.; L. C
ROCK ISLAND COMMANDER Y. NO. IS.
iv. I. Meets In stated conclave on
the second Monday of each month.
U C. Daugherty, K. C; R, C Wtller
ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER. NO. 260. O.
E. S. Regular meeting second Wednes
day or each month. Mary E. Kreis,
W. M.; Vashta Boll man. secretary.
MASONIC BOARD OF CONTROL IL D.
Mack, president; F. T. Myers, secre
GOLDSMITH & M KEE Write all kinds
and classes of Insurance in oldest anC
strongest companies at lowest rates.
Old 'phone 388. New 5S74.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estata and
insurance. Old fire companies repre
sented. Your patronage ' solicited.
'Phone union 6S. Office over Thomaa'
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold' goods u. specialty. Oldest and
best companies, lowest rates. C R.
Chamberim, Mitchell & Lynde block.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
lire, accident, health and plate glass.
Real estatt and loans. Room 2, Bu
te rd block. Residence 'phone union
861. office union 113.
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property. 20 cents per $100 one year,
40 cents per $100 three years, 60 cents
per $100 Jive years. Call or address
C. R. Chamberlln, agent. Mitchell He
IAYES & CLEAVELAND The pioneer
agency. Old time und fire tested com
panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass,
tornado, accident, life, or almost any
form of risk. Ground floor office 210
to 218 Eighteenth street.
WE WILL BOND YOIT Executors', ad
ministrators, gtiartlians , trustees , or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodge and
society officers; city, state or U. S.
government officials: contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind oT
bond you want (except bail bonds).
Terms reasonable. Hayes Cleave
land. resident managers Fidelity &
Deposit company, of Maryland.
UPHOLSTERING First class work
only. Estimates Tree. Large assort
ment of covering samples. F. Renaut.
329 Twentieth street; now 'plioue 6492.
Old 'phone W. 712-L.
AITOMOBILK OWNERS The Diamond
Tire Instruction B.iok contains com
plete information about care of tires,
making your own repairs, etc.; free
to those interested. The Diamond
Rubber company. Akron, Ohio.
IF Y'OU WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mail is the one pa
per In Moline that can do it lor you.
Mall wants are popular and Mail
wants nring results. One-half cent
per worl is the price to all Hlike. cash
in advance: z-cent stamps win ao.
Evening and Saturday Mall, Moline.
WANTED We sell yor ability with
out in any way endangering your
present connections. Our service is
confidential and is planned to aid the
man whose success tn nis present po
sition proves his ability to fill a bet
ter one. Why not get in touch with
tome of the excellent opportunities
now open? We have all sorts or nign
grade positions executive, clerical,
technical and salesman paying from
$1,000 to $5,000 a year. Ask us for
booklets. Offices tn 12 cities. Hap
goods (Inc.) Urain Brokers, 1213
Hartford building. Chicago.
torneys-at-Iaw. Office in Rock Isl
and National bank building.
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Abstracts of
title. Office in Bengston block.
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate se
curity. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock
IL M. MeCASKRIN 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. Office room
13. Mitchell & Lynde building. Union
Electric 'phone 5ol.
LUDOLPH c REYNOLDS Attorneya-at-Law.
Money to loan. General le
gal business. Notary public. 1705
Second avenue, Buford block.
McENlRY & McENIRY Attorneys at
law. Ioan money on good security;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell Si Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lyr.i building.
CONNELLY ik CONNELLY Attorneye-at-Law.
N. A. Larson, Swedial d
vokat. Office over Cratnpton'a
tore, 1719 Second avenue.- Penaie..
Loans. Patents, etc
LEONARD DRACK Architect and su
perintendent. Skinner block, - second
floor. Office hours, 10 to II a, m.. 4
tn ft-tn n. m
Netlee f Flaal Mrtllemeat.
Estate of John H. Lloyd, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned executrix of the last will
and testament of John H. Lloyd, deceas
ed, has this day flld her final report
and settlement as such in the county
court of Rock Inland county, and hear
ing on said report has hoen set for May
23, 1905. at 9 o'clock a- m.. at which
time persons interested may appear arid
make objections thereto, and if no ob
jections ure filed, said report will be
approved at that time, and th mulcr
if.wicii will ask for an order of distri
bution., and will also ask to be
Rock Island. 111., Mav 4. 1905.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
Notice ut Final Srltlrmeu4.
Estate of James G. Wythe, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned. Bernard D. Connellv. ad
ministrator of ald estate, has frit day
filed his hnal report' and settlement as
such in the county court of Rock Isl
and county, and hearing on said report
has been set for Wednesday, June 7,
19')5. at 9 o'clock a. m.. at which tim"
persons Interested may, appear . arid
make objections thereto, and if no ob
jections are filed, sold rer.ort will be
approved at that time, and thfiindcr.
signed will ak for nri oder of distri
bution, and will also ik to be dis
charged R'ck Island. III.. May T. 1905. '.
BERNARD D. CONNELLY,' -Administrator
of Estate of James G.
Blyth. deceased. .
Connelly ec ConnUy, attorneys at law.
Estate of .Friedrick JCoJlmann. de
Th undersigned, having- been ap
pointed executrix of" the last will and
tesitament of Friedrick Kollmann. 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
couuty court room, in the city of Rock
Island, at the July term, on the first
Monday in July next, at which time all
persons naving claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to at
tend, fnr the purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persona indebted t
said estate are requested -to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 27th dav of April. ISO..
r. - i Executrix.
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located
6.iS7 feet above the sea. All year
round resort. . A perfect place for
rest. For particulars, address Dr.
pa n lei S. Perkins, medical director.
-aVea-H. M M
RAILWAYS ANI1 STBAMMHS.
CHICAGO. ROOK ISLAND Jt PACIFIC
Railway Tickets may be purchased
at the city ticket orfice. 1829 Second
avenue, or C. R. 1. A P. depot. Fifth av
enue, foot of Thlrty-fl-st street. 'Phone
west 1(93, west la$. FRANK M
PLUMMHR. C. P. A.
I East. West.
Golden State" Id 7 SO m!.tl -YiV-.
"California Special" d 6;10 pin dl2;5 pui
Denver Limited & 1 I ,.
Omaha d 1:45 amia 1:SI am
Ft. Worth. Denver
& Kansas City ..Id I : ! amjdlO: 40 pm
Minneapolis .Id- :l!0 ami :10 not
atriiyui 1 OC (.111
. d 7:55 amid 7:00 pm
Omaha. jdl2:S5 am
Colorado & Omaha. Id 1:10 pm
a e :za am
d 1:61 am
uenver. itncoin &
Oinnha la 1:40am
Des Moines Express 1-40 m
d 1:05 am
d 7:00 am
St. Paul & Miiine- I
a pons a l:4t am
Denver. Ft. Worth
d 1:15 pm
& Kansas City ..a B : 16 amdl 0 ; 4 pm
Joe & Callfornl
all:lo pmld 7:10 am
Washington . lnlt-CDnml.l nm
Chicago & Deal ' V ' "
Moines d 1:49 pm I;20pm
Rock Island & I
BrOOklvil AlVlim ! l-KI nn!.t 7ll
Oman..,. i ..... a S? M pmr trltfaat
Omaha & Des I I
Moines Id -in rim la 1 V K sa wm
Cedar Rapids & I I "
Tipton Ial0:S7amd 4:10pm
Rook lalaad I'eorl DIvlaleau
Trains leave Twentieth street eta
tlon. Main line trains start from mala
depot on Fifth avenue 6 minutes la ad
vance of time given.
''rain's Leave. I ArrlveT"
St. L.. Ind pls .. . . 8:10 amf 1:60 pm
Peoria Louis.. 7;i0 pml 1:66 pm
Peoria, 1 nd pls, Cln. I
t:o Dinrii'zi am
Sherrard Accom. ..
Cable fc Sherrard
" 9:laml 8:46 am
0:45 ami :4i pm
1:10 pm i:Ztipm
Cable & Sherrard
a. arrival; d. departure: dallv x.
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON A. QUINCT
Depot. Second avenue and Twentieth
treet. Telephone, old weet 080, new 17.
F. A. RID I) ELL. Agent.
St. Louis. Spring- I
field. Galesburg. I
Peoria, Quincy ... 1:40am
Sterling. Mendota I
and Chicago 1:40 am
i. l.ouis, ivansaa i
City. Denver and I
Tacific coast la 7:H
Sterling and points
La Crosse, St.
Paul, Minn., and
i union, uubuque
Clinton and Inter
! 7:15 am
s stoo at Rock Island for maala.
daily except Sunday.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEH A ST. PAUL
Railway D.. It. 1. ik. N. W. passenger
station at foot of Seventeenth street. B.
B. STODDARD, Agent, p. L. Htnrlcha,
commercial agent, 101 Brady street,
St. Paul. Mil
waukee, Chicago..) 7:00am 8:55 pm
Elgin and Chicago, ( I
S. W. Limited).. 1:42 amf 10:15 piu
City (S. W. Lim
ited) 10:35 pm 1:42am
'Hy 6:40 am
1' niton. Savanna, I
Elgin. Chicago ...I 10:35 mn
r uiioii. navanna.
3:30 pmlll:50 am
3:45 pmll;40 am
Daily expect Hunriav
. - - : ,
IOWA & ILLINOIS RAILWAY (INTER
iii b in) Station, 117 Brudy street,
Davenport. Telephone. Central Union.
North 740. Fare, one way, between
Davenport and Clinton. 70 cents. Round
trip, $1.20. Five hundred mile book.
Davenport for Bet-
J Leiive. Arrive.
11 :4f am
11 :30 am
2 :uo pm
Valley. Le Claire,
Pleasant Valley ..
STEA 31 BOATS.
STEAMER KCLIPSE Clinton Dally
Leaves Rock Island I 3:15 pm
Leaves Davenport 3:00 pm
Arrives Clinton 8:00 pm
C. J. MANOAN, AgenL
Dock, foot of Nineteenth street.
WHITE COLLAR LINE STEAMERS-
It-ular Packet steamer Helen filalr
leaves Rock Jxlajid at 4 p. m. Mon
day. Wednesday -arl Friday, for Mus
catine and Burlington, and every Sun
day at 4:3' p. m. for Muscatine, re
turning next morning. Special ratcn
to round trip pnrTles. Excellent meals
and 'good, clean beds. W. A. Bliilr.
manager; C. J. Mangan. ui' tit. Office.
, foot Nineteenth street. Tela., old
west 326; new 5152.
FOR MfSCATINT. BURLINGTON, KEO
kuk. ju i :'. tit. Louis, and point
Every Thursday nt 3:15 p. m. For St.
Paul and points between.
ST K A M E P. SI DN E Y.
May 17. 27. June 7. 17. For fit. Ixule
and points Utvwn, May II. 22, Jini 2,
12, 23. GEORGE LA MONT,
Office 115 Seventeenth street. Tel.,
old lWi, new 615, ' , .