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THE AEG1JP, MODAV, FEBBTTAirr 15. 1904.
ovar Stomach No appetite, loss of strength, nervousness, headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, sour ris ings, and catarrh of tha stomach ars all duo to Indigestion. Kodol cures Indigestion. This new discovery repre sents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonlo and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cur In digestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the 6tck and Strength to the Weak. Battles only. St. 00 Six holder 2 time the trial size, which sells for 50c Frrssr.d 7 - C. DsWitt Co., Csicsg. ... 1 -p- fr-MnTr rrrrI1r m ri. Have You Visited Ovir New Store? Drop in and see our flue line of pure home made candies, made fresh, daily. We also have a complete line at all times of all the well known eastern candies and. bon honf. 317 Twentieth Street. 1 ri 3 PVRIOMT Up Agin" a Good Thing a man is wben ho conirnenceg to patronize the American Steam Laundry. "The best laundry T fever struck" 1st what thos who indulge iu a little slang would -say. i' Hut entre nous it you wanti-youa Hben as faultless as when jou first bought i', in color and linih, we will guar antee to do it to your satisfaction every time. Careful handling and artistic work aro among ojt up-to-date methods. American Steam Laundry Twelfth 8trt and Fifth Arenac. fbuD 136. It's a Pleasure To Smoke a good eigr. If ynu bare not tried our cigars you have yet to learn what really good cigars ere. Poor Cigars are never permitted to form a part of our stock. If you want something nice in cigars, to bacco, pipf and smoker's arti ales give us a call. S. M. Arndt & Co., Bengston Block, 1706 Second Ave FOREIGN WOJRJUV1EN AT FAIR. Men of Many Nations Who Might Build a. New Tower of Babel for the Pike if Such Were Wanted. fOB BEST ROOMS JTOK RENT Office room on ground floor at Bock Island house. FOR RENT Office room, fecohd H"or tn Tre mann building. AppU at 1821 Sixth avenue. FOR BENT Two nicely lurnished rooms suitable for gentlemen. Apply 15C0 Fifth avenue. St. Louis, Feb. 15. There is one phice in the United States where the law preventing the importation ;f foreign labor is incperathe for the time being, and that is in the foreign building- section of .the world's fair grounds at St. I.oiii. Workmen of more than half a dozen nationainies are now engaged in con st ruction work on foreign govern ment buildings. They have not come to America to be naturalized and re main here. Tliey have come for the special purpose of assisting in the construction of their national build- ng, and when that work is done they will return to their home-. The.e men are imply away from home on a j'ib. It is a job that bring- them a crop the sea and places them unonyst unfamiliar people and sur roundings, and undoubtedly the job was much nought after by the various ii'iImuis who were luckv enousih to yet fcuch employment. If a tower of Uabel were to be built i a feature for the world's fair pike, t wruld be easy to rind the workmen right here on the grounds to do the lou. I nere wouiu be a aiimcient con- fiisii-n of tongues before the comple turn f the tower to leave it in the shape that is known to histcry. The contractor f the tower o nanpi uoiiiu nceu oniy to go up tne hillside to get Japanese workmen of wonderful skill carpenters and join ers whose work evokes exclamations of wi nder from Americans; bit llti siun metal-worker and wood-work ers, with voices as gruff as the boreal 'tliuls that blow along the Siberian vi!ds; ha rd v IJelgian mechanics uho talk French a it is spoken on the lic.iisetops f modern Itruxelles; Mer man. Hngli.-h and S)anish-tongued men. the latter from IJrazil. With an admixture of the pure Chinese and u saoring of the Swedish lingo, this couf u.-ir u of tongues would be like unto that i f bible times and both the Swedes and the Chinese are here' on the ground. A great deal of the work on the re production i f the Castle of Chariot ten burg, the (ietman national bnilil- ng. was dotn by (ieriuans from Cer- miinv. I he tierman language was heard in and on that buiiding at all limes, in its fatherland of fervuuty of expression; an.i when at last the cas tle .n the hill was completed mil there was a characteristic (ierman celebratirii thereof, with the break- ng of a bottle of wine on the rafters, is at the launching of a ship, there were speeches in iierman by tierman contractors and also one by a Mer man carpenter. Kmperor William himself superiet".l the plans for this building; though he was not present it the launching, it may not be neces sary to state. .lust in front of the administration building, a little to the right, as one faces the main features of the expo- Mtion. there is g insr up an odd looking structure which attracts much atten tion. Its immensity of size is the subject of much comment. At first, when onlv a long section of steel irehes covered with curved lumltcr had been put up. people likened the tructure to an immense railroad tiM-nel above ground. I hen another long section of covered arches was put up. and between tnese two a section inning transversely. Now on top of this middle section is being- built a big dome-like tower, also of steel construction. A man walking along there a few days ago heard some of the workmen on this building call to each other in French. "Ah! this is the French building." he explained to his companion, who thanked him for the information. The man who understood French then engaged one of the workmen in onversation an.l found he wax a Helgian from I.russels. Thi. structure if steel arches am! girders is Belgi um's national huilcing. 1 he steel work was rolled and put together in sections at Urusscls. Workmen from that city came over to set up the build- ng. '1 hey are sturdy fellows, capable f withstanding a rigorous climate. The unusually cold weather of the latter part of January aim cam rei- ruarv found the llelgians hard at work on their building, and for only two or three davs. when the wind wa strong and snow was icp. tlU they retire from their tall tower. One can not but wonder how it happens that uue of these men are not blown from their l ftv perches, but they seem to cling to the cold steel with the ten acity of Hies to u ceiling. Just east of the llelgian there an' oine workmen from another far quar ter of the earth. They are construct ing a iiueer looking house. Its cor nice corners turn up like the ti-tilted nose of a pretty schoolgirl, and there ire curves enough in its roof to sup ply a contemporary chorus girl with o,ua!iticati-ns for the first row. Ihis is the Chinese pavillion. a pagoda structure whifh shows iinmis;akab!e signs of 'being a most delightfully at tractive building. Its architecture is purely Chinese, therein it is different from any other building on the grounds. If the entire exposition had been bnilt in, the Chinese sfle. remnrked a well-traveled man recently, "it would have been even more beautiful than it u i lint; lates differ, in architecture ns in other art, and so the Chinese build ing i in a class by itself. The China men brought from China to do cer tain part of the work, partly because no one else on eartlt possiblv could doit with feuch close adherence to the minute detail required, supply their full share of the tower of llabel ele ment nt the world's fair grounds. The Kussiau workmen, who have just begun their building, are distin guishable from all others on the grounJs by the cut of their troiiers. There is enough surplus material in the trousers legs of these big Russians to make a pair of breeches fcr an American. The bagging of their breeches is abnormal. I5ut this does not retard their movements, as they bustle about in the snow laying foun dations for their building. The cold weather has no horrors for these hale an 1 healthy men from the land of rig orous climates. Away off on a hiil, with (ireat 15rit ain's building almost in the zone of fire if the ICusso-Jaiiaiiese affair should be settled at the world's, fair by a contest at marksmanship be tween the Hussion? and tLe Japsontiie grounds, is the site of the several buildings being erected by men from the kingdom of the chrysanthemum. Little Japs, each wearing the long coat ornamented with the emblem of hi trade, are doing the work. It is wonderful work, too, the timbers for the buildings having been hewn and mortised in Japan. X t a nail is used by the carpenters. They simply put the timbers together. Kach mortise is snugly cut. ami the acute tit is Ihe maivel of American carpenters. The laps work with the plane in the op posite direction from that employed by Americans; they pull the plane to wan! them. There are Knglislinien of the import -1 band at work on the building and grounds of (Ireat llritain. The old English garden of the style of 200 years ago. which surrounds the Ken sington Orangery, reproduced as the ISritish pavilii u. is l.eing created by i landscape architect from London. who until hist summer, was chief Iandscapist to the Miltan of Morocco. Frenchmen are superintending the laying out if the gardens of Ver sailles that lie'in front of the (iraiid Triaii'Mi. France's national building. There are some French workmen on the btukiirig also. Nearly a hundred native Filipinos ire hard at work on ihe buildings n the 40-aere Filipino reservation in mother part of the grounds. They have built nipa and bamboo huts en tirely of native construction, and some of the larger structures are roofed with ham boo and nipa by these mall men from the archipelago. One if the most interesting sights -u the grounds is that of these 1-ilipinos sit ting down amid a heap of long bam boo poles, carving and scraping their building material into the proper pli ability with the short two-edge knives, or bolos. which they wear at their waists in scabbards. The Filipino has no me for nails. He ties his bam boo rafters to ihe beams with a tough thread made of the fibre of a Filipino grass, and in case something more secure is required he whittles a peg of bamboo and sticks it into a hole in the pole which he has cut with his knife. He sews his nipa leaves on the latliec work of poles with the same thread used in ting the rafters on. anil the needle he uses is manufactur ed on the spot out of a sliver of bamboo. KOBKKTl'S I.OVK. FOR RENT A targe furnished front rornn with all modern conveniences at 1103 Fourth avenue. FOR BENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Modern convenience, toil Fourth avenue. WUmED-MALK HKU- WANTED At once. Harper House. three bell doj at the WANTED At once, one or two flrktc'aas mcl nolishe8. Good wtiec. WnteCut ler & Procter Stove company, Peoria. III. WANTED Men. Our catalogue expla'ns new raetijod for teaching barber trade quicBiv. raauea tree. Aioier uarDer coi lege, Chicago, ill. WANTED Toree men capable of handling and pr -moling nin. F'rst class Trfiosi- i:on xor rieni uarues Ajpiv koouis . ana e. i unois meatre cunning, kock lkiand IViS REST Furnished rooms for lien houst keeping, also sleeping looms at His secona avenue. F-)R RENT Kurni shed room with all mod era improvements at 317 Fifteenth street. Opposite court Douse. FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms with heat and all modern conven ences at uos Twentv-econd street. FOR RENT Furnished front room with all modern eonvenienefs. uuauie for gentie men, at Ml Tweinn sireei. FOR RENT A nicely furnished rcom with bth. gas and beat. Appiy at bio Second avenue, uenuemen I'merreo. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with boird. Modern con eniences. Electric 'phone E0C9 Apply Second avenue FOR RENT Furnished rooms with rood board in a private German boarding house, all modern improvements, at reas onable price. Mrs. F. C. Hahn. 637 Seven teenth street. Phone 638 Brown. CARD OF THANKS. MRS. KLSIF. VON MOHR and parents wish to extend their tnanks to friends and neighbors for klodoess bestowed during - tbe iUness and death of our little darling, V'irior. KOXBT TO lOAJf. MONET TO LOAN on real estate security at lowest rates. Marlon E. Sweeney, attor ney, rooms O-K, Mitchell tt Lynde build ing. Rock Island. MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any kind of security. Also choice property tor sale or rent. w. L, Coyne. 130 Seventeenth street, up stairs. WE make a specialty ot loaning money on household goods, horses, wagons, etc, without removal and In a quiet way. Call on us tor quick loans. Fidelity Loan com pany. Boom 88, Mitchell A Lvnde block. HEATING AND PI.TJMBIHO. CHANNON. PERRY & COMPANY Heating and plumbing along scientific and sani tary lines. Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeenth stret. Phone 1148 ELECTRICAL. W. A. ROB3 CO. All kinds or electrical construction. Estimates furnished ano service prompt and reliable. Fine line of gas and combination fixtures. 118 Eight eenth street. ART DECORATION. PARinnv a. SDN Artistic interior decora' tion. Finest Une ot late raper canted and skilled workmen employed. Moderate prices. 417 Seventeenth street. LAUNDRIES. R.rf'w island STEAM LAUNDRY Baurs feld A be i ion, proprietors. Fine finish and quick service. 1814 Third avenue Phone west IS rCKL mpth.R (YllLsOOKE COMPANY Whole sale and retail dealers in bituminous and anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcie Office 1718 First avenue. Telephone west two CLAIBTOYAWT. MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clalrvoT nt hi recovered from her lone ill' nes and will resume her work. Tells you the past, present and future correctly. Tells you everything per taining to business, marriage, divorce. lovs affairs. sickness, death, accidents and everything ot interest. One call will prove her wonderful accuracy. O IT.ce hoars from to 10 p. m. 706 Fourth ave nue. Take the Blue une, west. roh kjut- mUNH F'R KENT A 6-room houve with modern conveniences at hZi Jueventn street Ap ply at 8j0 Seventeenth ureet. FOR RENT A 3 roi in house: also a 2-room house on Seventh street fall at Weav er s grocery, 1U30 Seventh street. FOR RENT A well built 6-room hocse la god condition, partly modern near car FOR KENT A 7-room house In dfstrabl location: with all modern improvements and convenience, hei.1 reasonable. Ap ply E. W. Hurst. FOR KENT Two choice thirty-live dollar Bits in Sala building, bteatn neat, not and "old water, januorservice, etc. Apply IS39 rourtn avenue. FiR RENT Flat, corner Sixth aveno and Twentieth street. Heat furnished, all modern convenience. Inouire of M. M. sturgeon, Room iu, Mitchell & Lvnde bu'ld ing. fyir RENT Twa-Ktorv house at I10J Third avenue, suitable for two tamlMes, four and Ave rooms each par'. Also a C ruim house on Sixth street and Fourteenth avenue. Enquire at 10J4 Fifteenth street. 'Phone FOR RENT FARMS. FOR RENT OR SALE On crop payments. several cnolce rarms senarormi. joan Mulhall. Sioux City. Iowa. rOR mALK (jiik rmirimn. FOR SALE Best bargains tn lots on Twen- ty-nttn street and 'ientn avenue u taxen at once. Easy payments. Inquire Heidy Bros FOR SALE" A 5-room house, newly built. vlth large lot a d good wate. on car line also vacant lots. Address ' F47," care of Argus. FOR SALE Cheap It taken at once, good paying iruit ana cigar tuna in gooa loca tion. Rent, 130 per month. Address "F 13" this office. FOR SALE OR REST Seven room house witfc lot 40x172 situated at Fourth ave nuc. Bock If land. Sold on easy terms. G. A. Solander. FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots In the Dart Twenty-second street addition. For terms Inquire of R S. Dart, Jackson A Hurst's office, Masonic temple. FOR SALE Lots in Gregg's addition. Twen ty-fourth and Twenty-nfth streets between Eighth-and-a-half and Ninth avenues. Call and get prices Reldy Bros. FOR SALE At a bargain, a f room cottace in excellent condition, with bath aiso barn and large lot. Price t 600: $)') cash, balance on time. Goldsmith & McKee. FOR SALE A 60 foct lot w th three houses on it, will he so d in whole or la part on reasonaole tem if taken before the last of March. Inquire at ltf'S Fourth avenue. FOR SALE In Sou'h Height, a splendid bouse of five rooms with bath and attic, lot 80x2Cu. good barn and truit trees one block from Eighteenth avenue aod thes-reetcar PriceJi.UVi. H.K.Walker. FOR SALE Very pretty 5-room house on Tbirty-eventb street, netr Fourteentn avenue. East lroot, lot i0x 1 1., set oral large fruit trees and grapes in rear, nice loca tion. Price l,it0, cash or easy terms U. K. Walker. FOR SALE A snap if taken at once, a 6-room cottage, nearly new, witn one acre of rich ground good barn and other out buildings, good well aDd concrete side walks, plen.y of truit trees, one block from street car line. Address O. H. Hand, i-2l Twentieth street. FOR 8 AUG MISCKLLAMKOllB. FOR SALE Billiard and pool tables, coun ters ana snetving. Aaarss "fin, Argus otflce. LOST Small folding pocketbook contaln- iug fif inu I'tpcia. riuuci itiui n same to litrry i cigtr store. 1x05 Second avenue. Liberal reward. WANTED - Young roan over2n tor co'l'ctor. Salarv small to begin Must be able to furnish, bond. On application state salary ripena. iouner occupation, etc. Ac dress W. G. care ot Argu". WANTED Rrieht vounar msn to travel. aJ vertlsicg and collecting, fK) monthly to nan ana ail expenses. cit addressed, envelope tor reply. Address Road Supt,, ii roa.ic uuuumg.. i nicaeo. WANTED One gooj soli'-itsr at enre. Good position to rleht partv. Railroad tae paid and 20 lercent commission. a 1 anv time Sundav and aft rnoens on y on othi-r days at Room so. CommerclH hotel. U.K. Crain. WANTED - Hood reliable men to sell full line oi coffees, teas spices aDd baking pow der. Good proposition to rw ht party. On:v those who can nive bond need apply. For full particulars write or call on Tbe I'nion I'acitic Tea company, iw v est Third street, Sterling, 111. LOST A martin fur scarf between Twelfth and Seventeenth streets and second ve nue. Finder please return to 328 Elev enth street and receive reward. FOR SALE A good familv cow, cheap. Ap plvt Charles Guldenzopf. corwr Ninth arid Hlarichs streets, south Ko-k Itllnd, two b.ocks south of Siemon's store. FOR SALE Bay horse, five years old. weignt arout yao pounds, uiino. uce sinkle lijtht wagon. v ith box. Apply Robb's Express company. West Seventeentn street. LOH'Il AMU FOUND FOUND A sealskin glove. Owner can have sme Dy proving propertv ana paving ior this notice. Berry's cijar store. l05Sec ond avenue. ' FOCND A bay horse about 7 years old Owner can nave same by calling onGeorge Reinhart, livirg on First street, just be low Penn Tank line. LOST Between Tnirty-tirst street. Four teentn avenue and Fifteenth avenue, a gold locket on chain, with the letters J I. A. engraved on backot lorket. Under please return to Argus office and receive reward. EDUCATIONAL. AUGUSTAN A COLLEGE Business depart ment. A thorough business traiulnggiveo for entry Into commercial lite. Terms reasonable. Apply at Augustana college. VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school for girls conducted by the Sisters of the Visi tation. Rudimentary and higher branches and all polte accomplishments taught. Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue. Rock Island BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. A NEW oil company forming. Do you want s ground floor deal:- (M3 acres of oil and ras leases in Van Wert county. Ohio field the v ry best part of Ohio today. Five produclnr wells Dividend pay log from tart For particulars sddrets W. Baiiey. HUWTacoma building. Ccicago. INFORMATION BUREAU. PARTIES desiring domestics, cooks, dining room girls, nnrte girls or washerwomen can be provided by calling or addressing ili Sixteenth street. New Phone 5lte WANTED Several industrious persons in each state to travel tor bouse established II years and with a large capital, to call up in merenmis ana aeents lor successful ana prontaoie line, permanent engage ment. Weekly cash salarv of ?4 and all traveling expenses and hotel bills ad vaneea In ca&h each week. Experience not essential. Mfntun reference and en- clofc t It-addressed envelope. National Caxton building. Chicago. WANTED FRHALE HELP. WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper house WANTED -A Kirl for general housework at atSUS Third avenue. Mrs. W. S. Yerburv. WANTED A competent irl lor g'neral housework. Apply at 80S Twen ieth street. WANTED A girl for general housework in smin nrrjuy. Must oe aDie to cook. Aptly at iuiO Twentieth street. WANTED A girl for general )ousework .None dui experienced, competent girl need apply. 1036 Sixteenth street. WANTED A competent Kirl for general housework. Good reference desired. Wages 20 a month. Apply at 70S Perry street, Davenport, Iowa. WANTED A few retlned. fdu.ated ladies capable of earning a good salary, for steady and pleasaot home employment. Address "M. a," jrgus office. WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue exolains bow we fach hairdressfrg. manicuring and facial massacre quickly, mailed tree. Moler Barber college Chicago. 111. WANTED One or two good singers for lilus- tratea songs, won in nice to nave parties that could dance (white or colored) Girls preferred. Addrets Entertainment com pany, 18.17 Second avenue, citv. WANTED- POSITIONS WANTED Position as coachman by man of ji-rencn nationality. Apply at 2201 Tnird avenue. WANTED Position as engineer: high or low pressure. 1 noia cniei s license in tne in arine service and at Chicago. I am a prac tical machinist at all the trades belonging to that -pjMtion. Address J. H. H.. Argus office or 2100H Fourth avenue, Rock isl and. 111. WAN TEE MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED A cashier's desk, six feet long. Give description and price. Address E. s., Argus office. WANTED 1.000 people to use Clncho Relief Tonic, a positive cure tor uiarrnoea ana cramps. For sale by all druggists. WANTED To buy a Ave or 8-room bousa or cottage east ot iweiitn street. Address R J. Mitchell. 2707 Seventh avenue. WANTED A bul'dins Iol within quarter ot a mile ot car line in any ot tne tri-cities. about soxlfo, price not to exceed fatii. Call or address C. N. Saltus, 5ST Twentieth street. Rock Island. WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday Rest rooms at 1818H Third avenue, near . M. C. A. building. Good home cooked din ner from 11 :30 to S. Supper Saturday only from 5 to 8 p.m. We exist for aomnio dation. not protit. Rooms open all day to ladies for rest. WANTED Bookkeepers who don't know tne Bookkeeper ana Business Men s Maga zine to call and see what a magnificent publication it is. Those who have negiect ei to renew thtir subscription should see our extraordinary premium. W W Coo ley, at the Rock Island bouse until Tuesday. FLORISTS. THE LONOVIEW Park Floral conipoy, Meyer A Behring, Props. Green housei 1 lib Fifteenth street. Plants, cut flower and designs. HENRY G A ETHJE Proprietor Chippisn nock nursery. Cut fiowtrt and designs o) ail kinds. Citv store. 1617 Second avenue Telephone 11IO LEGAI Executor's Notice. Estate of William n. Graves, deceased. The undersigned having been appointed executrix ot tee last will aud testamect of Wi'iUin B. Graves, lateot the county ot Rock Island state of Illinois deceased, he re by gives nonce that she will appear before tne county court of Rock Island county at tlie county court room in thecity of Rock Island, at iie March term, on the tirst Monday in March next, at which time all persons having claiinsagaiust said estate are uotitied and requested to attend for the purpose oi having the same adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 18th day of January. A. D. tPOS. CLAKA M. GKAVES. Executrix. Notice of Final Settlement. Estate ot Lucy A- Edgington, deceased. Public notice is hereby given that the un dersigned. William H. Schrlver. executor of the last will and testament ot Lucy A. Edg inston. has this day hl'd bis tln.il report and settlement as such In the county rnnrt r,f Un.-lr fclanrl ,--! i nlr And hearinfi; on said report has been set for Fbruary 2d. mn. at 8 o lock a. m . at wnicn time persous iu terested mav appear and make objections thereto, and'it no objections are nied. said -n.,i-r vt-iii nnrtr.trrt nt that tinit. and the undersigned will ask for an order of dis tribution and wilt also ask to oe uiscnargeu. Rock Island. HI.. Jan. :8. iC4 WILLIAM H. SCHRIVER. Executor. JMISXJELAJVEJIUS IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent snytning, engage neipor secure a situation the Mall is the one paper lnMoltne that can do it for you. Mail wants are popular and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent per word is tbe price to all alike, cash In advance, z-cent stamps will do. Evening and Saturday Mail. Moline I1L KEALJESTATE E. J. BURNS City and country real estate. it you nave property tor 6aie, list it witn me. If you want to buy I will do my best to get you what you want. Room 11, Mitch ell & Lynde block. Telephone 1191. LEGALR. Administrator's Notice. Estate of Nancy Allen deceased. Tne undersigned having been appointed administratorof the estate of Nancy Allen. late of the county of Rock Island state of Illinois. deceaseu. hereby gives notice that he will appear before the county court ot Rock lstand county at the county court room, in tne cuv ot Kock island, at tne April term, on tne nrst Monday in April next, at which time all persons nav lng claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend ior tne purpose 01 having tbe same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said ectate are re quested to make immediate payment to tbe undersigned. Dated 13th day ot February. A.D.. 19C4. G. ALBERT JOHNSON. Administrator. Master's 8l William McEniry. E. D. Sweeney, and Loo- ney & Kelly. Attorneys. State of Illinois, Rock Island county. In the circuit court of said county la chancery. Telilha Munroe v. Pascal Breecher, Jus tine Breecoer. Mike Tumao, W.A.Por ter. Lvdia Wheelan. F H Kellv. Ellen Pearson, Nellie Eimhoif. No. Mos Fore closure Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a decree of said court, entered lu tbe above entitled cause on tne 20ib car of December, A. D. 19i)3 I shall, oa Saturday, toe Twentieth dav of February. A. D 1MM at tne nour ot 2 o clock tn tbe afternoon, at tfce- east door of the court bouse in the city of Rock Island, in said county of Rock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at public vendue, to the highest aud best bidder tor cash In nand. those certain Farcels ot land situate in tbe county of Rock siand and state of Illinois, known and de scribed as follows, to-wit: The east forty MO) feet of lot No. Eight (f) In block No. Three ) In Bailey A Boyies' addition to the city of Rocs Wand. Also lot No. Two (J) in blocs No. One (1) tn Gm eral Rodman s addition to toe city of Rock Island. Dated at Mollne, Illinois, this Twentieth day wi January. A D lsoi W J. ENTRIKIN. Master la Chancery, Rock Island county. 111. WILLIAM M ENIRY ii E. D- SWEENEY. Complainant s Solicitors. LOONEY & KELLV. Defendant s Solicitors. Notlre f Final Settlement. Estate ot James Elmer DeLong, deceased. Public notice U hereby clven that the undersigned. Mary DeLonir. administra trix ot ice fstate of James Elmer DeLong, deceased, has this day ttled ntr tinal re- Dort an.l settlement as such in the county couttot Itock Island county, and hearing on said rtporti has beeu set tor irenruarv 20 lJ. at nine o'clock a. m.. at which time tersons inersted may appear and make obl ctioos thereto, and it no ob jectlons are Bled, said report will be ap proved at tnat t.me. ana me unaersitnea wi 1 ask tor an order ot aistrioutiou ana will also ask to be discharged Kock Iland 111 . .Ian 2. 1901. MARY DELONG. Administrates. JACKSON, HURST &. STAFFORL. Attorneys. Eierator't Notice. Estate of John 11. Lloyd, deceased. The undersigned having been appointed executrix of the last will and testament of lohn H. Llovd. late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear before the county court of Rock Island county at th county court room, in the city ot Kocl Isl and, at the April. A D. W04. term, on the first Monday in April text, at which timea.l per sons having claims against sa 2 estate are no tlflec" ai'd requested to attend for the pur pose ot having the same adlusu-d. Ail persons inaeoieii to saia estate are re quested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated tnis 1st aay 01 i-vo-uary. a. u., iwh. ELLEN LLOYD. Executrix. Administrator's Notice. Estate cf J. William Dressen, deceased. The undersigned having been appointed administrator of the estate of J. William Dressen. late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois.deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear before the county court of Rock Island county at tne county court room. In the citv of Rock Island, at the Arjril term on the nrst Monday In April next, at which time all persons having claims against said estate are noliaed ana request ed to attend tor the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons indebted to saia estate are re quested to make Immediate payment to the unaersignea. t)atel tnis 4tn aav ot i- eiiruary, A. u. iwi. CHARLES ULLEMEVEK, Administrator. Ludolph & Keyholes, Attorneys. Administrator's Notlre Estate of Carl Hinrlccsrn. deceased. The undersigned having been appointed administrator of tne estate of Carl Hi" ri -hsen, late of the county ot Rock Inland, state ot Illinois, oeceased. hereby mvos notice that he will appear pefore the county court ot Rock Island county at the countv court room, in tbe citv of Hock Is land, at the March term, on the rirst Mon day in March next, at which time all ier son naving claims against said estate are nottt-.ed ana requested to attend tor tee purpose ot having tbe same adjusted. au iwrsons imifotea to said emaie are re- qu sted to make immediate payment to the uniieistgrned. Dated this ll'tn lav ot January, a. u. 1904 A. G HIVKICHSKN Administrator. Fxecutor'" Nttto- Estate of Henri- 1. Uo.--ie, ULcaatJ, The undersigned having been appointed excrutriv of ihe last will and testament oi lir:,.rv I :i.4t, la'.e ol the countv of Kock Island, state of l.liuois deceased, here b gives notice tnat she will apptar be fore the countv court ot Rock Island county at the countv court room. In the city ot Rock Island, at the Apri. term, on the first Monday in April next, at which time all persons having claims against said es tate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons indebted to sal-1 estate are re quested to make immediate payment to thf undersigned. Dated this 26th day ot January, A. D. 1901 HL'LDA BOSSE. Executrix. Administrator's Notice. Estate of Gertruiie Wolfrum. deceased. The undersigned having been appointed administrator of the estate of Gertrude Wolfrum. late of thecountvof Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased. hereby gives notice that he will appear before the county court of Kock Island county at the countv court room, in the citv of Kock Island at the April term on the first Monday in April next, at which time all tiersons having claims against said estate zr notified and request ed to aiieni fot the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons indebted f said estate are re quested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 'Jib day of February. A. D. 19T . ERNEST 1. WOLFRUM, Administrator. Kale of Ileal Estate. By virtue of an ord;r ard decree of the county court ot Bock 11 and county. Illinc l. mde and entered by said court at the February A. D. laoiterm of sid court on the third Uy of February. A. 1).. wot. made on the petition of the undersigned. Clement P. O'Neill, administrator or the estate of John (.unwell deceastd. for leave to sell tbe real estate ot said deceased or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the debts and claims against taid estate, I shall onSaturdav, tne 12 h dav of March. A. D 1904. next, at the hour of two o clock In the atternoou of thtt cay. sell at pubiicsaie at the east entrance to the court house, in tbe city of Rock Island, in said county, the following drscrlbert rea1 f ftaie, to-wtt: 1. The west fifteen fe-t (15 ft.) of Lot number six C'l. acd the east sixteen feet ir ft.) ot lot number seven ?). all in bioctc number one i In Alday s ?crtnd addition to East Rock Island, in toe city of Moline 2. South twentv-slx-and-one half feet (Stt tt.) of iol number one (I ). in blo k num ber thlriv-eiRht CM . in the Chicago or lower addition to the city of Ho k Island. I Lot number three (3). in block one (1) la Brooks' addition to the city of Rock Is land. 4. The east hal f ) of lot number vin (7. In block nam bor three (). in Hm Ham per's sec end addition to the city ot Ruck Llano. 6 Lot numbtr seven (7). In blo:k number two (l) in George L. Davenport's addition to the citv of Kock I and. 6 The east half (Vi of lot number stven 7.in block number tour(l), in B. btlckney's addition to tbe city ot Kocic IsUnJ. together with the dower and homestead Interest of KttaConweil. widow ot.said deceased, in the saidrealeMtate.au of above dsciibed real estate being situated in the county of Ro k Island, and state of Ililnnl. upon the follow ing terms, to-wtt: cash in hand. Dated tnN th day of Feoruary, A D . 19.1. CLEMENT P. O'NEILL. Administrator of the estate ot John Con- wen. nr eaed. JACKSON,. HURST A STAFFORD. Attor neys. PROFKS8IOBTAL ATTORJf KY. II M McCASKRIN Attornev-t -'aw. Rock Island and Milan. Kock islam ofSce iu Benarston block. Muan offloe 01 -Main street. , CONNELLY A iu tL.u A,tv. -v . law. and N. A. Larson, Swedish Advokat Money loaneu. Office over Cramp ton book store, 1719 Second avenue. JACKSON, HURST A STAFFORD Attorneys st law. office in Rock Island National bank building. LUDOLPH A law. Money to loan. nesa. Notary public Buford block. REYNOLDS Attorneys st General legal busi 17iA Second avenue. SWEENEY & WALKER Attorney! ana counsellors st law. Abstracts of title. Offloe in Bengston block. SEARLE A MARSHALL Lawyers Money to loan on good real estate se-urlty. Mitch ell A Lynde block, Rock Island, ia MCENIRY A McENIRY Attorneys st law." Loan money on good security; make col lections. References, Mttcbeil A Lvnde bankers. Office, Mitchell A Lynde building. JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney st law. General legal practice. Office room It, Mitchell A Lynde building. Union Elec tric phone 5601. PHYSICIANS. DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeopathic physician. Special attention to diseases of women and children: also diseases of eye, ear, nose and throat Office hours. 9:80 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. Sll Sixteenth street Lock Island. DENTISTS. J. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours d:o to 12 m., 10 to S p. m. 2104 Eighteenth street, opposite Union office. Telephone new 5383. OPTICIAN'. DK J. K. SOBOONM AKER Spectacles and -ye-glasses l roper Iv tilted. Try Torlc 1. nses They are made In accordance with the latest discoveries In the science ot optic i. titles at 1S03 Second avenue. INSURANCE. INSURANCE on dwellings and household goods a specialty. Oldest and best com panies, lowe-t rates C. R. Cbamberlin, Mitchell A Lyud' block. Phone 103a PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and Insur ance. Old tire companies represented. Your patronage solicited. 'Phone Union 63. Office over Thomas' drug store. BENNETT'S Insurance aeency. Fire, lite, accideot. health and plate glass. Rea estate and loans. Room 3, Huford block. Residence phone. union 381 ; office, unton 1 18 TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city property 30 cents per 1100 one year, 40 eents per 1100 three years. 00 cents per HOOrve years. Call or address C. R. Chamberlln Agent. Mitchell A Lynde building. HAYES A CLEAVELAND The pioneer agency. Old lime and Are tested compa nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado, accident, lite, or almost any form of risk. Ground floor offices 110 to a 18. Eighteenth street. WE WILL BOND YOU-ExeCutors, admin istrators, guardians, trustees, trustees or any kind of judicial bonds; lodge and so ciety officers; city, state or U.S. govern ment officials; contractors: positions of trust; In fact, any kind of bond you want (except ball bonds). Terms reasonable Hayes A Cleaveland, resident manager, Fidelity and Deposit company, of Maryland. GOLDSMITH A McKEE insurance agency, Peoples National bank building, Rock Island, 111. Represent only drsi-clasn com- fianios, writing tire, tornado, plate glass lability, burglary, accident and health Insurance. All policies Issued upon tbe latest plans and most liberal conditions Surety bonds furnished through the Amer lean Bonding company, of Baltimore, Md. Open every Wednesday and Saturday nlehts. CONTRACTORS AND IICILDEKH. JOHN VOLK A CO. Contractors and build ers. Also manufacturers of sash, doors blinds and mouldings. Dealers In plate window and art glass. Offices and factory, 111 to 329 EighteeuiD street. O1 HIOAGO. KJCK ISLAND A Paolne Railway Tick ets 3 an be purchased st City tl3e office iSU Second ave nue, or C, R. L A P. depot Fifth avenue foot of Thirty- irat stieei. Pioria braaon depot, foot or weitioth street. Phone West 1088, West 1421 Frank H. Piummer. CP. A. :hains. G'ildi 11 Stata Limited... 11 icver Limited A inafa. F Woith, Denver A K. C. 3a nneapoiH Divennort A Chicago ... nnaba A Minneapolis.... C riorado A Omaha Die Moines A Omaha D inver, Linooln A Omaha. DiS Moines Ex prec- St. Paul & MinneatK D jni-er, Ft. Worth C. ttsnsasuity.tatjoc&uaiu. Room Island A Washington C jloago A DesMolond KjcS Island A Brooklyn Ac Oiuanc Omaha A Des Moines -Cedar Kpias. Tipton I EAST. t 6: 91 am r 8:45 am fi :'fl air it 7:15 am t Tbo am 112:45 am r 1:10 pm 12:115 am 8:40 am t l:M pm ' o:u mm 6:15 snv 11:10 pm 12:50 pm t I'.oo pm 4:bf pm 5:45 pm f 01) pm II0:87 am I W tll:!5 2:65 10:80 9:10 7:00 8:00 t!0:l3 t 00 t 8:00 t 7:00 t 0:14 tl0:80 t 7:10 it 8:25 t 2:00 It 7:10 It 0:tO I 2:42 It 4:30 but pu am pm pm pm am pm STi am am put pm am pm pm am sm pm pm ROCS IS.LANO A-D P BOB I A DIV1IUOM. line trains start from main depot on Fifth iVauaC o uiuubon to aavuw v& muiw bi.vu. LSAVB. I ABSIVS. eora, SprlcBheid, bi. t., Indlaoapolls. Clnolnnatl. P Kn Express Pjorls, lcdlsoapolis. Cln-f eionatl, Bloomlngtoc... 1 Sherrard Acoom , C tun A Sbirrard ooom. j Cab e and She rard 1 :10 an t ;7:20 ptx ; 9:4.) tm b:V3 pm l:4i pm lti:it am i'J.xo mui 1 t:45 am '!:45 in 8'45 pm 8:30 pml 2:20 pm tDcpsrture JDaUy, except Bun- CHICAGO, BURLING -ton A Qulncy Depot Bnoond svenue and Twenti eth street Telephone 1180. M. J. YOUNG. Agent Tms LSAVB. 9t. Ljs, auriutfaeiu. Qsicubnrg, Peoria and Quaoy.. :55 w Sterling, Mendota and Chicago 16 55 an it. Louis, Kauas City, Oeover aud Pacific Coast MfiOpn Skerilb? sod points In termediate i t7.-.0pn D iocquo, Clinton, La Oro!', bt Paul, Minn. snd N. W i- pa CI ttoa, Dubuque t7:20 sm Canton and Intermediate it it an. fl 30 sm 4 55 pm 85 pm . dwj; at nock lstand ia minutes lor meats. a BHi rs 55 t t9 b sm 7:15 pm t7:16 pn THIOfcOO, MILWAUKEE "vjsK A St. Paul Railway. D., .fl--r2S R I. A N. W. passenger sta- MilWfl'KtR lon foox Seveoteenth .. r ' ,Tl '.reet S. B. Stoddard, At. iT" ' L Hlorlchs. C io l. Agt., W. Brady street. Davenport. Ciitoii, iubulue, nt t ui. Milwaukee a- d Chicago. . . E7in.aod t'hcifo. s. W iviiu tel) MasoaiiOis, VahlDgton Kas sas City. . v. . Li A ;e ) . Muscarine, Vih!niri,on Kao as CUy Fulton. Savanna. E'gle, Cbi o(o Omaba Sou City, CLtcag and Milwaukee Muscatine, wscblngton, Ot tumwa Fultoi, Savanna. Dubuque-. Clinton. Cedar Upids, Oxa ha, Freepoit IKM V K. 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