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THE 'AITOUS. FRIDAY, AUGUST it, 1005.
ELECT J. IV. r.lOORE
Made Grand Commander of Col
ored Masonic Organi
HENRY BURNS REELECTED
i reasurer of Grand Commander
Meeting Concluded Last Evening
Confer Shrine Degree.
" roiorca f?rand conimandery of
the Illinois Jurisdiction closed Its three
clay ronclavt- in Rock Island vesterdav
with the election of the election of the
"jraDd commander J. W. Moore
iwpmy grand commander A. O
Grand Kencralissimo S. B. Walcott
Hix k Island.
Grand captain reneral I-. W. Dick
Grand prelate A. Horn, Chicago.
Grand treasurer Henry K. Burris
(.rand Recorder Dr. E. L. Dicker
(rand senior warden A.
Grand junior warden W
liiird. Ik-a Moines, Iowa.
Grand instructor H. S. Cooper, Chi
Grand warder A. J. Allen. Cham
Grand standard larer K. T. Banks,
Des Moines. Iowa.
(irand sword hearer G. L. Harbin,
Grand guar.1 .1. S. Jones. Chicago.
II. E. Burris, of this city we re elect
d i;raml treasurer, in recognition of
Jiis efficient service in that office.
Iist evening tin- colored Shrine de
cree was conferred by the officers of
Arabic Temple, of Chicago, at Hillier's
ball in this city. There were 11 candi
dates in the class upon whom the de
cree was conferred. The session last
evening concluded the gathering of the
colored masons in this city, and the
$2.oiio, like, well-built cottage
on I ltd St
33.41)0. fine new mortem brick
house on K.th jt. : Jl.lO't cash, bal
ance on lerns. ti per rent.
l.;iOu. fine lot Hncl cottage, 3'nd
St i.nd 11th Ave.
f:',Bj(i, nice two-storv modern
house. Mil Ave. arid 2t!l St.
: r.ii". brick house. Willi good
lot 54x1 4o. 2uth St.
f 1.225. cottage. 11th St.; easy
1 3 (tin), line fruit farm, near Mo
line: good house, barn and other
buildings; buyer gets crop.
7.'. tin aire buys line 140-acre
Improved farm .one mile from
M i la ii.
We want offer on (rood. Improv
ed JJn-niTf farm. - miles south
went of Milan.
$:...; Improved J'.'0-iicn' frirm 2 Vi
mlh-s northeast of Coal Valley,
la Mercer county.
$4ln cash or $425 on easy terms.
;;nt h St., pa eil .
$47.". 12 1 h St. paved. 40x119;
dim well bricked In.
$:.".o. fine and level. 4"xll. ori
1 4i h St and 1") h Ave.
.Mi. tine and level, on 9th St..
4;txll5: easy terms.
$1.'25. tine lot. 10th Ave. and
2'.'nd St.; ready for building.
$5.s". two-story brick, 2nd
Ave.; yearly rent. $5t5.
$....'imi. two-story brick factory
I.ImI onr prepert- vtllh ua.
Innn mwmry u re-ul rUI.
Goldsmith & McKee
b i nftiri on cm am b t m um , h i m t cokmnv.
Sunday, At gust 13.
Dave B. Levis Presents
ami a Capable Company of Players in
Robert Ixuis Stevenson's Mas
terjdece. Dr. Jckyll & Mr. Hyde
PRICES IW. 35c and .r')c. Seat
t-.-ile at Nx office. 'Phone 22 1 west.
Ikrrf Mkt, Ceamrai'lif
Monday, Aug. 14.
a Repertoire of This
lllcb t in ttm Moalas aad laac-la --ciallle-
at Ktrrj I'rrfvrMi.rr.
It M il t (liTl MK M SF.CIAI.
KIO HK KKH ll.A.
Monday nigl t they will prwint the
four-act Comedy-1 ra ma. entitled.
-A STRUGGLE FOR GOLD."
Prleea lo. 2e and 3ic. Ladles free.
Monday night only, if accompnniea lv
en escort with one paid S"-it-m ticket
Stats on sale at theatre. 'Phone V 224.
majority of them departed last even
lag for their homes. The encampment
at tne grounds at Prince Hall was brok
A WARNING TO RICH
(Continued from Pare One.)
avoid the consequences of their illegal
"The government has very properly
exercised moderation in attempting to
enforce the criminal provisions of the
statute; but it has become our con vie
ijuu mat in some cases, such as that
i at least certain of the beef packers
recently indicted in Chicago, it is im
possible longer to show lenienev
Moreover, if the existing law proves to
n.auniidM", fco mat under ptah.
lished rules of evidence clear violations
may not be readily proved, defiance of
the law must inevitably lead to further
"This legislation may be more drastic
tnan I would prefer. If so, it must be
oisunctiy unaerstood that it will ho
because of the stubborn determination
oi some or tne great combinations in
striving to prevent the enforcement of
the law as it stands, by every device,
legal and illegal. Very many of these
men seem to think that the alternative
is simply between submitting to the
mild kind of governmental control we
advocate and the absolute freedom to
do whatever they think best.
Ma j He More Severe.
'They are greatly in error. Either
they will have to submit to reasonable
supervision and regulation by the na
tional authorities, or else they will ul
timately have to submit to governmen
tal action of a far more drastic type.
i ersonaiiy, I think our people would
be most unwise if they let any exasper
ation due to the acts of certain great
corporations drive them into drastic
action, and I should oppose such ac
uou. jiii me irreat cornorations aro
themselves to blame if by their oppo
sition to what is legal and just thev
foster the popular feeling which tells
for such drastic action.
onie great corporations resort to
every technical expedient to render en
forcement of the law impossible, and
their obstructive tactics and refusal to
acquiesce in the policy of the law have
taxed to the utmost the machinery of
the department of justice. In my judg
ment congress may well inquire wheth
er it should not seek other means for
carrying into effect the law. I believe
that all corporations engaged in inter
state commerce should be under the
supervision of the national government.
I do not believe in taking steps hastily
or rashly, and it may be that all that
is necessary in the immediate future is
to pass an interstate-commerce bill con
ferring upon some branch of the execu
tive government the power of effective
action to remedy the abuses in connec
tion with railway transportation. But
in the end. and in my judgment at a
time not very far off, we shall have to,
or at least we shall find that we ought
to. take further action as regards all
corporations doing interstate business.
The enormous increase in interstate
trade, resulting from the industrial de
velopment of the last quarter of a cen
tury, makes it proper that the federal
government should, so far as may be
necessary to carry into effect its na
tional policy, assume a degree of ad
ministrative control of these great cor
porations. Submit 1'roof.
"It may well be that we shall find
that the only effective way of exercis
ing this supervision is to require all
corporations engaged in Interstate com
merce to produce proof satisfactory,
say. to the department of commerce,
that they are not parties to any con
tract or combination or engaged in any
monopoly in interstate trade inv viola
tion of the anti trust law, and that their
conduct on certain other specified
points is proper, and. moreover, that
these corporations shall agree, with a
penalty of forfeiture of their right to
engage in such commerce, to furnish
any evidence of any kind as to their
trade between the states whenever so
required by the department of com
merce." ;rrat t runk at llVrnhnrre.
Wilkesbarre. Pa.. Aug. 11 Presi
dent Roosevelt's address yesterday
was delivered before probably the most
turbulent crowd he ever spoke to.
There were 6m people and they
were xorly handled by the police. John
Mitchell and Cardinal Gibbons, who
preceded the president were entirely
unable to make themselves heard, but
the president, by scolding and cajoling
the crowd succeeded in obtaining a fair
hearing. So great was the crush about
the itpeaker's stand that serious injury
to women and children was narrowly
1 find nothing - better for liver de
rangement and constipation than
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. U F. Andrews, Des Moines;
Iowa, For sale by all leading drug"
EXPRESS. STORAGE. BUS AND CAB.
KVB&SpTRANSFER COMPANY 120
West Seventeenth street. Old 'phone
1537: new "phone 5158. New storage
building. Express, baggage, bus and
cab calls answered day or night.
EWERT & RICHTER Express and
Storage company, having unequaled
facilities for moving, storing, packing
and shipping household goods, and
can quote reduced freight rates to
Pacific coast and other points. Write
or call. Office and warehouse, JIZ
SI East Fourth street. Davenport
Iowa. TeL its.
HEATING AND PHJHB156.
snd plumbing along scientific Unse.
Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt
attention. 114 West Seventeenth street.
WAJtTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Two first class polishers on
Ptove plate. Apply to the Mississippi
Valley Stove works. Fulton. 111.
WANTED Tool and die makers at our
new shop. Oriswold Manufacturing
company. Fifth avenue and Fortieth
WANTED A man with good refer
ences to take charge of cisar store
and pool room. Address or call at
3106 Fifth avenue.
WANTED 101 men at once, to work
on river, quarries, and cutting brush
Apply to A. J. hitney, river con
tractor. Savanna. 111.
WANTED Experienced railroad tele-
ifrapners; expenses and free transpor
tation, ir competent. j. m. Clarke
Saratoga hotel. Davenport. Iowa.
w,:Nifc.u Agents, attention. Are you
lunKins or a paying- proposition?
RiK profits without investment? Ad
dress K. A. Riess. care general deliv
cry. Rock Island. 111.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
We originated this short method of
instructions in ll3 and have gradua
ted hundreds of successful barbers
Little expense; positions waiting;
write for free catalogue. Moler Bar-
tier college. Chicago. 111.
WANTED Men and boys, to learn
plumbing trade; great demand for
graduates; $4 to jr per day; many
complete course in two months: grad
uates admitted to I'nion and Master
Plumbers' association. Coyne Bros.
Co. Plumbing Schools. New York
City; Cincinnati. Ohio; St. Louis. Mo
For free catalogue, address 239 Tenth
avenue. New York.
HAVE YOf EXECI'T I V K ABILITY?
Men with the capacity tor getting re
sults from others for carrying out
big undertakings are scarce. If you
have such ability, write us today,
stating position desired, and we will
tell you ol" employers who need ca
pable office, advertising, traffic and
general managers, buyers, credit men,
auditors, secretaries, treasurers, etc..
and will pay from Jl.ofH) to $3,000 a
year. Many good positions for men
having money to invest with their
services. Otnces in li cities. iinp-
troods (Inc. Brain Brokers. 1213
Hartford building. Chicago.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper
WANTED A dining room girl at once
Rock Island house lunch room.
WANTED A cook and two girls at
Wright s restaurant. 19:23 Second ave
WANTED A trood irirl. one who un
derstands cooking. Apply at 2503
WANTED A srirl for general house
work in family of two. Apply at 2012
WANTED A girl for general house
work; German girl prelerred; good
wages. Apply at 1003 Second avenue
WASTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Energetic .trustworthy man
or woman to work in Illinois, rcpre
sen tin ir larire manufacturing com
panv: salary. $40 to $'Ji per month.
rnlrl weeklv: exnenses advanced. Ad
dress, with stamo. J. H. Moore, Rock
WANTED Lady and gentlemen can
vassers to take orders lor grocery
eoods: experienced canvassers pre
ferred; good wages; steady employ
ment. Call between 5 and 7 p. m. at
305 West Third street, Davenport,
Iowa. T. Smith.
WANTED Position as bookkeeper or
iiianaKcr: experience, good rclerencc.
Address The Argus. "W. tl. 1".."
WANTED Situation, by experienced
lady bookkeeper, or would do general
office work: can also operate type
writer: references furnished. Ad
dress "S. C" care Argus.
WANTED To rent, a four or live-room
cottage, in good location: no children.
Address C. W. Gilson. Rock Island
WANTED To rent, by family, of two,
four or five-room house, in good loca
tion, with water connection. Address
"X 45," care Argus.
WANTED Boarders, at the German
house; nicely furnished rooms; good
board and good service, at a reason
able price; 637 Seventeenth street;
WANTED 500 old feather beds; this
is vour chance to sell your old feath
er beds and get a good price for them.
Address Boston Feather company.
Rock Island. 111., general delivery,
and we will call.
WANTED Household goods to move,
store, pack or ship at reduced rates
to Pacific coast and other points. For
the best service at lowes rates, write
or call on Ewert & Richter Express &
Storage company, 222-326 East Fourth
street. Davenport. Iowa. TeL. 698.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A garnet bracelet, between
Eighteenth and Twenty-sixth streets.
Return to Mrs. Call B-rnhardi. 50ti
Eighteenth street, and be rewarded.
LOST A diamond stud in black neck
tie, between Sixteenth and Twentietn
streets. Finder will be rewarded for
return to Heal & Schmitt. corner Six
teenth street and Second avenue.
LOST B-tween Simser's store. Third
avenue and Fourteenth street, and
Rock Island Savings bank, small
round leather purse containing $10. v..
A reward for its return to Argus ol -file.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
rorU Stocks, grain, provisions, cot
ton. Private wire to New York and
Chicago. Offices. 109 Main street. Tel.
GEORGE H. SID WELL & CO. Com
mission mercnants. uram, ,
provisions. Members of the Chicago
board of trade ana t nicago stoca. ex
change. Established 25 years. No.
642 and S43 Rialto building. Long
distance 'phone Harrison 2666.
EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY
Wholesale and reall dealers In bi
tuminous and anthracite coal. Prompt
delivery service. Office, 1718 First
avenue. Telephone West 1290.
Dintnnv A- RON Artlstlfi Interior
decoration, f inest line or late paper
carried and skilled workmen employ
ed. Moderate prices. 417 Seven
LEONARD DRACK Architect and su
perintendent, bktnner diock. second
floor. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m-, 4
to 5:30 p. m.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp-
piannock nursery, cut nowers ana
designs of all kinds. City store. 1607
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY
Btutrfcld &. Sex tun. proprietors.
Fine finish and quick service 1614
Third avenue. 'Phone West 1223.
FOB BCTT HOOMS.
t un RENT h urnisnea irnnt room.
w ith all modern conveniences, at 101t
FOR RKNT Furnished rooms for liht
housekeeping; also sleeping rooms;
a i second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room, with all,
modern conveniences, located omo-
site court house. 217 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room; all modern conveniences, at 104
Thirteenth street. .New phone 5512.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with
modern conveniences, ror liarht house
keeping. Inquire at 1116 Second av
FOR RENT Large rurnished front
room, with modern conveniences, and
use of 'phone, at 703 Seventeenth
FOR RENT A furnished room, with or
without board, in private family;
gentleman preierreti; at tii3 Twenty
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Flat in Maucker buildlnir.
Inquire of W. C Maucker, Masonic
ton RENT A four-room cottage at
Sixth avenue. Apply at 1224
cheap. See I.
I . Wilson.
FOR RENT Ten-room modern house
at 110S First avenue. Inquire at 21'
FOR RENT A seven-room house in
South Heights. Inquire at 1903 Sev
enteenth street. South Heights.
FOR RENT Two live-room flats. In
quire at Murphy r Smith s grocery.
i niru avenue ana .miuii street.
FOR RENT An elegant residence, fur
nished or unfurnished, on Kim street.
Inquire of J. L. Freeman, I1HV2 Sec
FOR RENT A five-room flat, on ground
floor; modern conveniences, at 44 111
Fifth avenue. Inquire upstairs, or
613 Twenty-third street.
FOR RENT In a choice location, one
or the finest and best arranged flats
In the three cities. No. 1226 Fourth
avenue. Apply at the American Steam
FOR RENT Eight-room house, all
modern, on Eighth-and-a-half avenue,
between Twenty-seventh and Twen
ty-eighth streets. Inquire at the
FOR RENT From Sept. 1. brick house.
2209 Seventh avenue, 10 rooms, with
modern improvements. hot water
-heat. Inquire at 2207 Seventh ave
nue. M. J. Murphy.
FOR RENT New modern eight-room
house on Fourteenth-and-a-half
street, between Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues. Apply to James McNamara,
1114 Twenty-nrst street.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT Throe offices on ground
floor. Apply at the Rock island
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR AND MOLES
permanently removed with the electric
needle without pain; treatment given
at the home, unless otherwise de
sired. Address Miss A. M. Kit
tredge. 929 Twenty-second street.
New 'phone B791.
GOLDSMITH & M'KEE Write nil kinds
and classes of insurance in oldest and
strongest companies at lowest rates.
Old 'phone 3Sb; new 5574.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
insurance. Loans a specialty. Best
lire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. 'Phone west 70ti-X.
Office, 1621 Second avenue.
INSURANCE en dwellings and house
hold goods a specialty. Oldest and
best companies, lowest rates. C. R.
Chamberlin. Mitchell 6c Lynde block.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and place glass.
Real estate and loans. Room 2. Bu
ford block. Residence 'phone union
361, 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 five years. Call or address
C. R. Chamberlin, agent. Mitchell &
HAYES & CLE A VELA ND The pioneer
agency. Old time and tire 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 YOU Executors', ad
ministrators , guardians, trustees, or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodge and
society officers; city, state or IT. S.
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.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
GL'STAV BLANK EN BURG All kinds
of contracting, building and joDDing;
workmanship guaranteed; estimates
furnished. Residence, S17 Twenty
ninth street. 'Phone 59S8.
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and
builders. Also manufacturers ot sasn,
doors, blinds and mouldings. Dealers
In plate window and art glass. Of
fices and factory. 311 to 329 Eigh
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate se
curity at lowest rates. Marlon K.
Sweeney, attorney, rooms 33 and 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
38. Mitchell & Lynde block.
AUGUST AN A COLLEGE Business de-
f artment. A thorough bus-iness train
ng given for entry into commercial
life. Terms reasonable. Apply 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, Rock
THREE COMPLETE READINGS. 50
cent. Madam Zenda. .",12 Sixteenth
street, famous clairvoyant, mediumis
tic palmist, psychic and occultist. A
reading in clairvoyance, palmistry,
and a written astrological history of
your life tall three. 50 cents.! Tells
your name. past, present, future, cra
dle to grave, whom you will marry;
reunites separated, causes rr.arria g-.
removes evil influences snn spell,
gives luck in love, courtship, mar
riage, divorce, family and busiiis
troubles, situations. looses, specula
tion and all life's affairs: all reveal
ed, nothing concealed. Devtiups mag
netism; key to success, whereby, you
can charm, fascinate and control oth
ers even though luilea a. -li Six
teenth street; hours. V to dally and
TRIO LODGE, NO. 67. A- F. A A. M.
Meets In stated communication
on the first Thursday or each
month. A. F. Casper. W. M
William B. Pettit. secretary.
ROCK ISLAND LODGE. NO. S58. A. F.
A. M. Meets in stated comniunica
tion on the first Friday of each month.
II. A. Clevenstine. W. M. ; 11. S. Boll
ROCK ISLAND COUNCIL. NO. 20. R.
S. M. Meets in stated communlca
tion on the third Wednesday of each
montn. D. J. Sears. T. J. M.; L. C.
ROCK ISLAND COMMANDERT. NO. 18,
K.. t. Meets in stated conclave on
the second Monday of each month.
I, c. Daugnerty, c; it. C wilier
ROCK" ISTiAND CHAPTER. NO. 269. O.
K. h. Regular meeting second Wed
nesday of each month. Mary E. Kreis,
w. m. ; vasnta tsonman, secretary.
MASONIC BOARD OF CONTROL H. D.
Mack, president; t. T. Myers, secre
tary. FOR SALE: CITY PROPERTY".
FOR SALE Lot 40x150 feet, centrally
located, on paved street. For partic
ulars auaress tiox zt. city.
tuu rAL.fc. property on Seventh ave
nue; corner lot. ilxl.9: paved two
sides; good buildint;: splendid invest
ment lor renting; price. Il.;u" and
balance of paving. Inuuiro II. K
FOR SALE Four nice, high building
lots on Fifteenth avenue, between
Tenth and Eleventh streets, south
fronts, 40x10. Inquire at 1018
rOH SALE Modern house on Four
teen t h-a nd-a-ha 1 f street, near Tenth
a veil lie; lias bath, furnace, gas. elec
tric light, front anil rear stairs; pricu.
$;i.1iirt." II. K. Walker.
FOR SALE Acre and town Iota Just
outside or city limits on bluff near
street car line, cheap on monthly pay
ments. Inquire of John T. Campbell,
iszy seventeenth street. rnone tii
FOR SALE I have a nice, small resi
deuce, free of incumbrance, to trade
for larger place; will pay cash differ
ence or ussume mortgage. I take this
method to save you and me both the
large coimi.ission we have to pay.
Address "M. E.," care Argus office.
FOR SALE Two east front lots 40x
120 (one a corner lob), with city wa
ter and sewer connections, located
en Twelfth street, between Tenth and
Eleventh ' avenues; also one south
front lot 38x120. with outbuildings
and city water connections, on Elev
enth avenue and Twelfth street. In
quire at 1018 Twelfth street.
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 Dindinger, 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 as soon as
possible. For further Information,
apply to EL E. KrelL 715 Seventeenth
FOR SALE FARM PROPERTY.
l'(i: SAI.L I in key Hollow farm, four
miles west of Milan: one of best in
county; especially well adapted for
dairy. For terms, address Z. E. Buf
film, care Argus. Rock Island.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Cheap.
If taken at once, a
Apply at the Com-
FOIt SALE Good rubber tired buggy.
In nood condition: cheap. Inquire at
2".l 1 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE A three-burner gasoline
stove, in good condition. Inquire 1 1 )
Twent y-second street.
FOR SALE A rubber tired surrey and
brass mounted harness, as go d as
new. Apply at 1126 Twentieth street.
JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD At-torneys-at-Iaw.
Office in Rock Isl
and National bank building.
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Abstracts of
title. Office in Bengaton block.
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate se
curity. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock
11. M. MCASKRIN Attorney-at-Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island
otfice in Bengston block. Milan office
on Main street.
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney-at-Law.
General legal practice. Offlce, room
13. Mitchell & Lynde building. Union
Electric 'phone &6ol.
THOMPSON & WALKER lawyers.
General law business; nrobate, com
mercial and corporation law. 1807
Second avenue. Rock Island.
LUDOLPH A- REYNOLDS Attorneys-at-Law.
Money to loan. General le
gal business. Notary public. 1705
Second avenue, Buford block.
McKNIRY & McENlRY Attorneys-at-Law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde. bankers. Office. Mitchell
& Lynde building.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys-at-Iaw.
N. A. Iirson. Swedish Aff
okat. Office, over Crampton's book
store. 1719 Second avenue. Pensions,
Loans, Patents, etc
PATENT AND TRADE-MARK office,
room 14. Mitchell & Lynde building.
Rock Island. James F. Murphy, as
sociate, branch of Moore & Co., pat
ent attorneys, Washington, D. C and
..lce f Publication.
Slate of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In tl.e circuit Court. September term.
A l P.ii5. In Chancery.
John Si uart vs Amelia Stuart.
Affidavit ol the iiou-residenc- of the
said Amelia Stuart, the above defend
ant, having been filed in the clerk's oi
lice hi the circuit court of said county,
notice is therefore hereby given to t he
said non-i esidcri t dfendant that the
complainant ti-d his bill "t complaint
in said court, on Ihe chancery side
thereof, on the 11th day of Aukusi.
105. and that thereupon a summons is
sued out of said court, wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on th
ii.ird Monday in the month of S-ptem-b
r next, as In bv law required.
Now. unless you. the said non-resident
defendant above named. Amelia
Stuart, shall personally tie and appear
before said circuit court, on the first
day of th- next term thereof, to t.e
holden at Rock Island, in and for said
county, on trie third Monday in Sep
tember next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the s.mi i oniplainant s bill of
complaint, the same and the rnattt-r
and things therein charged and stated
w ill be tike:i as t onf ens-d and a de
cree entered airaint on a cording t"
the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, cl.-rk.
Ruik Inland. Ill Auk 11 1 :.".
Searle. w. iiai etiall. complainant's -
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located
'i im aoove tne sea. All year
uuiivi it-kkii. a periect place ror
rest. J-or particulars, address rr.
janiei &. t'erkins, medical director,
uis ctjas. s. Ax.
Publication Not toe.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
1 y ss :
'County Court of Rock Island County
To the September Term. A. D. 1905. IV
tltlon to Sell Re:l Ktliln tn ri. Il.l.io
B. F. Knox, administrator of the estate
r-uwaru Bruwalder. deceased, vs
the unknown heirs-at-law of Edward
Aft.Javit that the heirs of Edward
Mmw aider are unknown, having been
niea in the office of the clerk of the
county court of Rock Island count v. no
tice is hereby iriven In tli ani.i urL
Known ncirs-at-Uw of Edward Brtl-
wamer. mat tne said plaintiff. B. F
Knox, administrator of the estate of
r.iiwaril Hruwaliler. deceaseil hn fil
his petition in the said county court of
hock island county, for an order to
sen tne premises beloncinir to the es
late or said deceased, or so much of it
as may be needed to pay the debts of
said deceased, and described as fol
Lot number twenty-six (26). in Ad-
amsville addition to the town of Milan
now village of Milan. And that a sum
mons lias necn issue, I nut of said court
atcainst you. returnable at the Septem
ber term. a. l. l!i.. of said court. t.
ne nonjen on the 4th day of September.
A. I). 19''.".. at the court house in -.he
city of Rock Island, In Rock Island
Now. unless voti. the saM tinkm-wn
"neirs-at-law of Edward BruwaMer.
hall personally be and appear before
said county court of Rock Island coun
ty, on the first day of a term thereof, to
be holden at the city of Rock Inland, in
said county, on the 4th day of Septem
ber. ISO."., ami plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant's petition filed
therein, the same and the matters and
thinss therein charged and stated will
taken as confessed, and a dec ree en
tered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
Rock Island. 111.. Julv SI. 1P0".
II. B. HUBBARD. Clerk.
S. R. Kenworthv. complainant's so
Estate of Addie II. Crawford, deceas
The undersigned, havlntr been an-
rointcd administrator of the estate of
Addie D .Crawford, late of the conntv
of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceas
ed, hereby gives notice that he will ap
pear before the county court of Rock
land county, at the county court room.
in the city of Rock Island, at the Octo
ber term, on the first Monday in Octo
ber next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate arc
otiiied and reipiested to attend for the
urpose of having the same adjusted
Ail persons indebted t said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersinned.
Dated 24th dav of Julv. A. D. 1903.
HI GH W. CRAWFORD.
Estate of William Adams, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will ami
slnment ot llliam Adams, late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Il
linois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that she will appear before the county
ourt of Rock Island county, at the
ounty court room, in the citv of Rock
Island, at the October term, on I he first
Monday in October next, at which time
II persons having claims against said
estate are notilied and requested to at
tend, for the- purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 4th dav of August. l!Mi"i.
ISBEi.LA ADAMS. Executrix.
Estate of William C. Rohb. deceased.
The undersigned, having hc n ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
William 1". Rubb. l.Ue of t he county ot
Rock Island, state of Illinois. dee-aed.
hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
conntv. at the county court room, in the
citv of Rock Island, at the Oiiober
term, on the first Monday in Octolur
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
the liluli I'fU lied.
Dated 2Mb dav of July, A D. 19'r,.
JAMES F. MURPHY.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of George Hillier. deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Henry Hillier. executor of
he last will and testament of George
Hillier. deceased, has this day tiled his
final report and settlement as such in
the county court of Rock Island county,
and hiaring on said report has been set
for Sept. 7. li'."i. at 5 o'clock a. m.. at
which time persons interested may ap
pear and make objections thereto, and
If no objections are tiled, said report
will be approved
Rock Island. Ill
;:t that time, and the
ask for an order of
will also ask to be
Julv 24. 1905.
Notice of Publleatloa.
of Illinois. Rock Island
ty ss :
In the Circuit Court.
1!mi5. In Chancery.
Frank Wainwright vs,
a in wrigh t.
Affidavit of non-residence of the de
fendant. Harriet Bessie Wainwilght.
having been filed In the clerk's oltice
of the circuit court of said county, no
tice is therefore hereby given to the
said non-resident defendant that the
complainant tiled bis bill of complaint
In said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on the 17th day of July. l'J'i:..
and that thereupon a summons issued
out of said coin t. wherein said suit is
now i-arnlliivr. returnable on the third
Monday in the month of September next.
as is by law required.
Now. unless vmi, th said non-resident
defendant above named. Harriet Bessie
Wainwright, shall personally tie and ap
pear before said ciiciiit court, on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be
holden "at Rock Island, in and for the.
said county, fin the 18th day of Septem
ber next, and plead, answer r demur
to the. said complainant's bill of com
plaint, the same and the matters and
things therein charged and stated will
be taken as confessed, and a deciee en
tered against you according to the
praytr of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. III. July 17. 1!ii5.
Searle tc Marshall, complainant's so
licitors. Notice r
Itock Island Coim-
t v ss :
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery.
Carl I- Whe.-ler vs. Maud '. Whei l.-r.
Affidavit of non-residi -nee of Maud C
Whit li r. the above named defendant
huvintr tcen tiled in the clerk's office t,f
the circuit court of said county, notice
is therefore hereby KUt-n to tin- said
non-resident d-l'cndant that the com
plainant tiled his bill of complaint In
fciii J court, on th" chancery side there
of, on the Mli day of August. l'JU.",. and
that the! eupmi a summoim ismied out
of said couit. wherein said suit in now
pending, let urii.i hie on tin- third Mori
dav in the month of September li xt. a.i
is by law required
Now. utile ou. the said r,on-r si
dent defendant above named. Ma'id
Wheeler shail personally he and ap
pear before said circuit court, on the
Sirt-t dav of the cut term thereof, to
holden at Him k Island in and for said
rnuiitv. mi the ti,ird M'jniJ.iy in S .tim
ber nest, and plead, answer or demur
to th- said complainant m bill of com
plaint, the same and the matter and
thlntc therein charged arid slated will
be taken as c-onf -r -d. and a decree ri
tered airamst you according to the
prayer of said bill
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Inland. 111. Aug. ft. 1S"5.
Carle 4c Marshall, complainant' solicitors.
RAILWAYS AND STEAMERS.
cTncGTROCKLSLAT & PACIFKS
Railway Tickets may be purchased)
at the cltr ticket office. 1S23 Second
avenue, or C:., R. I. & P. depot. Fifth av
enue, foot of Thirty-first street. 'Phone
west 1093, west 1423. FRANK 1L
FLUMMER. C. P. A.
J East. I West.
7:R0 am,d1!:10 am
6:10 pmdl2:45 pm
Denver Limited &
d 1:45 am'a 1:55 to
A 5:20 anJdlA:4ft pra
d :lam a 9:20 pea
d 7:00 amid 7:00 prn
Ft. Worth. Denver
& Kansas Citv
uavenpur: & Chi
Colorado & Omaha.
dl2:55 pm (110:10 pm
Des Moines & Oma
al2:S5 am'd t:50 am
a 1:40 am'd 3:05 am
6:10 pml 13:40pra
1:14 pm (1 6:30am
a 1:40 am'd 9:10 pm
a 6:15 am'd!0:40 pm
Denver. Lincoln &
Omaha & Colorado. .
Des Moines Eirres'
St. Paul & Minne
Denver. Ft. Worth
& Kansas Citv...
Kansas Citv. St.
Joe & California..
Rock Island &
Chicago & Des
A 1:30 pm
a 4 :55 pm
a 6 .50 pm
d 8:10 pm1
Rock Island &
Omaha & Des
Cedar Rapids &
a!0:17 amid 4:30 pm
Rork Island Peoria DlvUloa,
Trains leave Twentieth street sta
tion. Main line trains start from main
lepot on Fifth avenue 5 minutes In ad
vance of time given.
I Leave. I Arrive.
Peoria. Springfield. i
St. 1... lndpls ... 8:10 am
eoria it- St. Louis. 7:20 Dm
Peoria. Ind'pls. Cin.
Bloominsrton .... Iilinm
Sherrard Accom. .. 9:30 am
able & Sherrard
Accom , 6:45 am
able Jfc Sherrard . ' 3:30 pm
CH1CAGO. BURLINGTON & QUINCT
Depot. Second avenuo and Twentieth
treet. Telephone, old west 6S0. new 610.
A. R1DDELL, Agent.
St. Louis. Spring
Peoria. Ouir.cv ..
and Chicago ....
St. Louis. Kansas
City. Denver and
Pacific coast ....
Sterling and points
I-l Crosse, St.
Paul. Minn., and
Clinton. Dubuque .
Clinton and Inter
mediate points ..
3:20 pml 12:10 pm
s stop at Rock Island for meals.
daily except Sunday.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
Railway D., R. I. A; N. W. passenger
station at foot of Seventeenth street. S.
B. STODDARD. Agent. 1'. L Hlnrichs.
commercial agent, 3o3 Brady street.
Da ven port.
St. Paul. Mil
Elgin and Chicago,
(S. W. Limited).
City tS. W. Lim
ited) Musi a i In... Wash
Elgin, Chicago . .
3:45 nm 11 -IB mrm
IOWA & ILLINOIS RAILWAY (INTER
urban) Station. 117 Brady street.
Davenport. Telephone. Central Union.
North 740. Fare, one way. between
Davenport and Clinton. 70 cents. Round
trip. 31.20. Five hundred mill book.
9 :25 am
1 1 55 am
: in pm
Davenport for Bet
Works. Le Claire.
Princct'n, Wa psle.
Creek Road. Ca
1" :.". am
I2 '"i pm
1 :-' pm
5 :05 pm
1 0:05 nm
.STEAM HO lTi.
STEAMER XCLIP8B Clintoa Daily
leaves Rock Inland I 3:15 pm
leaves Davenport I 3:00pm
Arrives Clinton 8:00 pm
C. J. MANGAN. Agent.
Dock, foot of Nineteenth street.
W II IT E COLLAR LINE STEAMERS
Steamer Helen r.lair haves Hock Isl
and at I p. m. every Monday, Wednes
day and Friday for 1 in 1 1 hi; t n and all
pnlllls letWic'l. -i re tor tie round
trip, with t-xe-!le:;t me.ils and good,
ban bcitlis. only SI Special rates to
f.nnilv parties. This is i line trip. Y'tl
ale i:i the sie.im.r at niutits. and have
-ix hours in Hurl I tig ton. m Smnl.iv trm
steamer mlv goes l Muscatine, leav
!ni? at 4:::k p. tn. You i an go down on
her anv tiip ," M n'a 1 1 n and return
ln.rne bv rail for II bv cither lh Rock
Island or Milwaukee. Carnival City
U . A. BLAIR. Manager.
C. T. Mtngati. Agent. Tel. 3S.
ROCK ISLAND Sc. BT. LOUIS Divis
ion For Muscatine, Burlington. Keo
kuk. Cjuincy, ii Louis and points ke
Every Thursday at 3:15 p. m.
ST. LOt'lH & ST PAUL DIVISION For
St. Paul and Iiuts between, will
leave at 11 a. m.. June 17. 26. July 1. 6,
1'-. 14. 19 23. 2. Aug. 1. . 10. 15. 19. 24
and 1. For St. loul and points be
tween, will leave at 9:15 a. m. July 9.
14. lit. 21. 27, Auy. 1. S. lo. 14, 19. 23 and
GEORGE LA MONT. Asnt.
Office, 115 Seventeen rh street. Tele
phone. W. 105: new C106.
IF YOtr WANT to buy. sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Ma.l i tne one pa
per in Moline that can d'i it fr yo'i.
Mail want are popultr and Ma'l
wants bring teaults. cne-iutlf cent
f-r word i the price to all alike, cat
n advance; 2-cent la"i' will dte
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