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T1T1C ATfGTP, S ATTTl'D AT, M aT 7 1904.
3 i oour Stomach No appetite, leu of strength. headache, constipation. bad breath, general debility, aour ris ing and catarrh of tha atemach are all due to Indigestion. Kedal cure Indigestion. This new discovery repre sents tha natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonic nd reconstructive properties. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only crura In digestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by eleanslnf, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining tha stomach. Kodol DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT aivaa Health Co tha Sick ana Strength to the Wak. only. 41. OO Six. SoUlr,. -u - tha trial alza. which aalU for 50c teeavea ay B. o. Da Witt A Oa., Calaasa. AMUSEll ENT8, Diulciiun tiKiai HUN.KinuTa Company. Monday, May 9. ALL NKXT WKKK. Rnjr K. Wee3 presents 15h Gibney-Weed Stock Co hi if the beat in repertoin . earrvino; people. Opening lill i: 15he Blesck Flag. Tin Lc.-t if hiirli elnss vaudeville in aI- ilitiitB tn the m i fonnance drama. A Ni waits. continuous finilies Free I free with Pricea: I tie. toe ladj ill ie adtnil a eh paid 30e I i-K-1 . .. a ad :iik-. It's Quality That Counts t In coal it's quality that makes heat, it's quality that retains. It is quality that makes possible aonumption of 90 per cent of the combustible part of it, leav ing a Dfht, clean ash; lastly, it's quality that lessens your fuel bill you're not paying; for dirt, refuse or sunburn aMea. The coal handle, both hard and soft, dtserves all the pood thing we and nnr patrons say for it. A ton will talk ns loudly as a car load. E. G. FRAZEP Telephone 1133. CONTRACTING AND BUILDING Frank A. Fredericks Schreiner Shop, 1121 Fourth Avenue. Jobbing promptly done. in flow and floor screens a sp i ial ty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Res idence, tla Kiev. -nth street. Old "phone wrest KM. Colona Sand Stone Quarries 6AVYEJ BUILDING STONE, ASHLAR AND TKIMMINliS A SrE CLVLTY. . For cheapness, durability and beauty, excelled by none. This stone does not wash or color the wall with alkali, etc. Dans sent ns for estimates aril receive eare f til attention and he returned promptly at our expense. Quarri'-s miles from Rok fata ail on the C. K i). railroad. Trains No 5 and 10 will stop and let visitors t.ff and on. BRIDGE STONE. CORN CRIB BLOCKS AND FOUNDATION STONE, ANY SIZE DESIRED. Samples of stone and photos of buildincfs can be seen at Room No. 1l Mitchell A Lynde building. Ad dress aKTJD.'K BIJRRALL, Managar. Rnak island or Colona, UL oeoeceosososoosasoea-cseaso May MC pan v . -fJibnev-Weed Stock com- Edward lie Kanaka, the noted basso, wants. 2O.O()0 from John S. Duss. band BMater( ami Hubert E. Johnston, the singer's wsgt i . fur a broken con tract, and has sued for that amount, lohnston last rear saade a contra el witn De Resake to sinjf at :.' eotteerta, at fl.oito each. Three BMMithfl later he wrote to the singer in Poland: "It h list Ii"- for me to t -! I you how great a failure. SnamciaUy speaking, the spring tour araa. It araa an Irredeeka able Io. both to Diis and myself, Tl sperienee Mas taught the lesson onee fur all, that, despite the aseeiajt i ney of artistic feeling in the Ameri can people, they will nut. a- yt. pa the price neeessarj to support a ei in vert tour emploxiu' several artists of jroor hifrb grade at the salary speci fied. This being so. and with a fall realixatfc u that yoor geniaa Will aot make the dear American people part with enough dollars to feed the or ganbeation contemplated, how is it within the pale of reason to consider seriously going on with the fall tour? It is simply rot to think f such a I hint?. I cannot afford to manage ui-h an enterprise, and yon cannot afford to be connected with it. To think of bavin tour of this kind. with Mrhiek your name would be eon neeted, stranded as - much arti-tie wreckage n the by-roads of some mediocre city in the middle wrest, is too horrible to contemplate, and yet thi would be the Inevitable result, ami so far as I am concerned. I don't care to father an enterprise which would blotch, in nil probability, the career of a D- Reazke or a Nordtca. The worth of a contract is il pendent upon the success f the t m i- contemplated. We .-ill realixe that fueeess is impassi ble, and therefore the contract is worthless." Mr. I)u-s offered De Rea zke ..00O to settle his claim, but the singer refused it. "Varenns." Mine. Bernhardt new play, lias not scored quite the success in Paris that had been predict-1 ed. Although ever readi to accept her as the greatest of all modern artists j in whatever plaj she may appear, the pubHe is manifestly passive, to ssj the least, iii accepting ber lastesl effort. The play araa written for her by La redan and Lenotre. It recounts the flight of Lonis XVI. and Marie An toinette to Varrnnes. For some rea sons the authors bare distorted tin truth not a littli t he critics agree. i n ,i in some places it baa been needless ly aeriliee. The ion is that there more romance in histuri . concensus of opin- should have been the play or more Tod Sloan has signified his willingness accept the proposition made bim bj Arthur Collins f the Drnry Lane i appear in a new Kncatre. London, t racing drama, which is to be written around the jockey. It is said that next - a son will see Sloan sporting the silh iii the glare of the footlights. Sloan believes he can make a success of himself as an actor, he says, and sees no reaat n whv be should not fol low in the footsteps of other men who have found spi rt a short cut to a histrionic career. The jockej is fttill in London, and will remain there some time; at least until the last definite ttr rangements between himself and Mr. Collins have been completed. The Royal Chef" at th theatre. Chicago, entered La Salle upon its eighth week yesterday, and still tests the capacity of the playhouse. The opera comitfue continues to eclipse all previous records as both a money maker an l an artistic production. The best evidence of a play's success i the full home" si"-!! at each performance the roar of laughter from curtain to curtain and the storm of applause throughout the entire performance. There i.- no question but that "The Royal Chef has captured Chicago's theatregoers, or that the plav i- the success of the season. With all its unique and Ifcnelj songs, bevy of pretty girls, artistic stage pictures and brilliant cart "The Royal Chef has -cored an nndiapntahle hit. W 1 1 AT S (J 1N i ).N . T. II. Thomas, the popular druggiat, i- thinhfatg of putting a penny-in-the-slol Wreighblg machine in his store, so that those who use Mi-o-na can te'l how much thc.v ain in weight every w eek. There is talk of forming a t lot Fat society" in Kock Island. It will be joiiv crowd, as fai people are always happy. This will undoubtedly in crease the sale of Ml-aaBa, the fl--h-fursalag fovnl. for which T. H. Thomas i. the local agent. It is i. it her unusual for a ph.vsician ti treat his pat'u-nts on the no cure, no pay plan. However, this is the way druggiat T. II. Thomas is selling Mi-o-na. as he ajjrees to refund the price of 0 cents a box if it tfoes not cure all stomach troubles and increase swaight. The Arpus U t.'oinp' t publish the experiences of those who have nsed Mi-o-na. the re ma i hahle fieih-forming food, S.-nd in yOUT lettei and tell what fhi pi epamtion ha done for you. Tlie remarkable results from the use of our advertising- columns has never been Iwtter shown than in T. II. TJsmnaa larjre sale of Mi-o-na. This preparation hsis not Is-en adverlicd for verv many months, hut it already th Lt.i s.llinj artil- in T. H. Thctta;' itcre. 6TH REGIMENT OFFICES S PASS THE EXAMINATIONS Despatches from Springfield an nounce the c ntirmation aof the election- of First Lieut. Harold E. Ward and Second Lieut. Dexillo 15. Deyoe, of Company E, at Sterling, and 4f ( apt Harry IJent. f Company I. of Morri son. Except in one ir two instances all of the officers of the regiment who have been before the examining board have been oadered back for a second examination owing to failure to pass the first. All three of the of Beers mentioned above t-ok the ex amination March 28 in this city be fore an examining board consisting of CbL IT. T. Channon; ( apt. Mcin tosh, of Monmouth, and ( apt. A. P Moore, of Dixon, medical officer. IN THE COUNTY COURT. Estate of Frank Lpdwig. Proof ,,f notice of petition for probate of will made. Deposition of subscribing wit nesa to be taken In open court in proof of execution thereof Bird and iippro an v. i admitted I bate. ISatate or t! is t ribul ion mtnbktrator Jacob filed M. Pass. Rep i t of ind approved. Ad- disehar i ind estate closed. Kstate of Nellie K. Hart. Proof of posting am! pnblicatii n Bled. Kstate f William Raisch. Report showing condition of estate t Jan. '.. 1901, Bled and approved. Nulr Yonna; .c;ln. One of lr. Kiiirs New Life l'ill- eacb nif.rlit for two weeks has put me in inv 'teens a train." writes I). II. Tur ner, ot i Jem i e tow n. l a. rnev re the best in the world for liver, stomach and bowels. Purely vegetable. Never gripe. Only -'- cents, at llartx & L'lle meyer's drug store. THE LOXOVTEW Park Floral company, Mover & Beating, Props Green nouses 1 Ho Kitteenth street. Plants, cut flower and designs. HENRY GAETHJK Proprietor cblppUn nock nursery. Cut Bowers aud designs ot all Kinds. City store. 1807 Second avenue Telephone 1 1 10 AKfJHI TKtlTIi Li ONAKD URACli Arcottect and superln tenaent. Skinner block, teoond floor OtBi-e hours ill to 12 a in 4 to 6-sn p m ART DKCOUATJON. PARIOON &. SON Artistic Interior decora tion. Finest line of late paper carried and skilled workmen employed. Moderate orlces 417 Seventeenth street JLAJTIJIUBH R'KJK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Baurs feld & Sexton, proprietors. Flue finish and quick service. 1814 Third avenue Phone west t2SS. HOTKI.S AND KKHOKTS. GRAND HOTEL Famous Coltas mineral springs. Oilers best accommodations at reasonable prices. Address William Frey, Colfax, Iowa. LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located f.,7? teet above the sea. All tne year round re sort. A perfect place for rest. For partic ulars address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, Medi cal Director. Las Veeas. N M. H RATING AND PL,U!rBINO CHANNON. PERRY & COMPANY Heating and plumbing along si it otitic and an. larv lines. Careful and skilled workmen Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeenth trwl Phnne 114S INHURANCK. is.l:RANCE on dwellings and bo use li or goods a specialty. tluest ani ttcst core panies, lowest rates C. R Chamtjeriin Mllrrell A Lynde block Phone 103o PLEASANT F. CtlX Real estate and lnsur ance. Old tire compares represented Your patronage solicited. 'Phone Cnlot 63. Ottlce over Thomas' drug store. HKNNETT'S Insurance agency. Fire, lite accident, health and plate glass. Rea estate and loans. Room i Buford bloc k Residence phone. union 381 : office, union 113 TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for CltJ property So cents per lino one year, 40 esnu per 1100 three years. ' cents per I 0 Cvf yearc. Call or address C. R. chamber:;; Agent. Mitchell A Lynde building HAYES A CLEAVE LAND The ploneel agency. Old time and fire tested companies- Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado accident, lite, or almost any form of risk Ground floor offices S10 to SIS. Elghteentt street. WE WILL BOND YOU Execute rs, admin istrators. guardians trustees, trustees oi any kind of judicial Iwnds; lodge and so clety officers: city, state or U. . govern m'nt officials: contractors; positions ot trust; in fact, .inv kind ot tiond rot! want (except hall bonds). Terms reasonable Hayes A Cleaveland, resident managers Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary land. HON KT TO lAtAM MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at lowest rates. Marion e. sjweericy i,-r ney, rooms St-, Mitchell A Lynde br. ic 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 sta'ra. WE make a specialty ot loaning money no household good-., horses, wagon, etc.. without removal and tn a quiet wav. Call on us lor iuirk loans. Fidelity Loan coat panv. Room at. Mttchell Lvnde Mek. OKAI.N AMI fKIVI.lls H. J. TOHER A CO. Brokers. Davenport. Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. Private wire to New York ana Chicago. OfLcra 100 Main stteet. Telephone 407. GEORGE H. SIDWEL.L A GO-Commission merchants. Grain, hay and proviniuna. Members of the Chicago board of trade and Chicago Stock exchange. Established IS -tars No. oCani hl3 R;a!to building Liong aistanct pacnt. narnscc Jstwr ot Dealers Well re-enforced at buttonholes and edes Won't tear your temper into seamy ledges. 9 GEO. P. IDC A CO., Makers. WASTED MALr JIELP, WANTKD Painters at W. C. Hubbc- 161; Third avenue. W AN Te.D -Agent. Call at ---T32 Eighth ave nu , between 6 aDd f P- m. WANiTD-Good opening for young men from 18 10 tt vears of age at the Harper bouse. Permanent employment. WANTKD Bright young man to travel, ad verttsiag and collecting, ftJ monthly to start and all expenses. Self addressed envelope tor reply. Address Boad Supt.. til Pontiac building.. Chicago. WANTED A man ot neat appearance Marrirdn in prelerred. Permanent posi tion for right party x. ellent oprortu ntty tor advancement Call after 8 a. in. I toots L Y M. C. A. iiuilJiug. Nineteenth s;reet entrance. wantkij -Men to leara barber trade. Snlend-d d-mand f'-r graduates fti to paid weekly. lt weaas computes Tjois furnished, positions sua anteed Can nearlT earn expenses before floisVng catalogue" mailed tre Moler UaiberCol lege. Coicago. 111. wavtfii i'ir nrcan huiiders ('.ood Dsr niaueot positions in all depirtmenta ot our pipe organ fact ry are now open to ana tile workmen strike about 'lcsed thnn"-no other disOUie H chest wages If you want to better vourselt write to us. Ltod & HealT. Baadolpn street, corner ogden aveuue. Chicago, lit. WAXTKH FKMALK HELP WANTED Pantry glrlsatthe Harper house WA NIKE Twenty sewirg girls 21 Tri City Regalia coinpai:y W ANTED u Irl for general housework at Fourth avenue. WANTED An experienced wash w11t at Harms hotel. woman to ISANian Vanna ctrl to assist i" house work and care for baby. Apply SiWl Fifth aveuue. WANTKD At once, a tirst and second cmk at the Cnlon Mission. Aiken atieet, South Kock Island. WANTED Sewing girls at the Roct- Island Cotton and Mattress company. IUS0-1BK First avenue WANTED A comietcnt tirl for general housework: housecleaning done. Apply at 831 Twenty-third street. WANTED Ctrl for peceral housework Ui family of tl ree adults. Good wages. Ap ply at ton Nineteenth street WANTED A girl for general housework In sm?.li tamiiy tseiervnce rmuireu. aai H. C. flart;:. I'M Nineteenth street. WANTED At once, a lady to put out can vassers in t' is distritt. Uoodpa. Ad dress tor interview 'H. SB' that oftlce. WANTED Ladies. Our ca alogue exlains how we t-acti hairdresslrg. mani-uring and facial massage quickly, mailed tree Moler Barber college, Chicago. 111. WASTED Attention, ladies. Earn 1 89 per 10" writing letters: snort, trom copv Address sUinw' envelope tor partlCO lirs. Alnijn s e.ialty companT, AlMon Mich. WANTED--One or two rood sin eers for iilus trated sonps Woild like to have parties that Cunld dance (whlteor colored). Girls preferred. Addres Enti rtainmcat com pany. 18-iTScrond avenue WANTED KALIS OK FRMAL.K. wanted a stenofpraptier who will utt iiictation tor ten days. Inquire at the Livvii Kootinii company's. WANTHD-Min or woman ot neat appear ance, energy and fair education to travel torlaiRf nianulac'.ui ire concern. SIS per Week and expense. Address, with stamp. V T, Bradabaw, Rock Island, 111. WANTED MISCKLLANKOITS. WAN TEt By man and wife with baby, inard ana room in private family. Ad dress 451. Argjs ofMce. WAJtTKO 1,090 people to use Oiucho Reliel Tonic, a positive cure for diarrhoea and cramps. For sale Ty all druggists. WANTKD "Typewriting work to do at home. Can tate dictation evenings. Worlt c d eJ lor and returned Call new phone 52SK W ANTED Hoarders hy the day or week. Fir.-1 class board at reasonable prl es Telephone and all modern conveniences. Ian Second avenue. WANTED Boarders. Three or four gen tlemen can Mud well furnished rooms and board In a lo-rman private boarding house. 6-7 Seventeenth street WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday Rest rooms at 1H18K Third avenue, near Y. M. C. A. building. Good home cooked din ner from 11 :i to S. Supper Saturday only from 5 to S p m. We exist for accommo dation. rot profit. Rooms open a day to ladies for rest. LOST AND FOUND LOST Little yellow Hachs hourd. short lens, 'one body and long ear.-. A reward will be alven for its return to L Holdcu. an Fourth street INFORMATION BORKAO. PARTIES desiring domestics, cooks, dining room gii Is. housekeepers, nurse girls or washerwomen can lie provided by calling or addressing &1U Sixteenth street. New Phone M6K FUEL EMPIRE COAL A COKE COMPANY -Wholesale and retail dealers in bituminous and anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcle. Offices 171H First avenue. Telephone west 1230 KKAL EHTATK. E. J. BURNS City and countrv real estate. If you have property for sale, list It with me. If you want to buy I will do my best to get vou what vou want. Room 11, Mitch e'l A Lvnde block. Telenhone 1 181. CTAIRVjYAJirT MALAM HOWARD Fall readings 25 and .V) reels. Room 12. McKinnie block, corner Fi'teenth sf et and Fourth aveuue. En trance on Fltteenth street Moline. MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clairvoy ant. Tells you the past.prcsent and future correctly. Tells you everything per. taining to business, marriage, divorce, love affairs, su knees, death. a i idenls and everything ot Interest. One call will prwe see wonderful accuracy. Office hours from I t" M p. m. SB Fourth ave nue Take the Kiue line. went. kxpkkss trroKAOK. mm ano oak ROBB S TRANSF ER CO.. ISO West Seven teenth street. Old 'phon l.37. New 'phone 5158. New storage building. Express, bag gage, 'bus and cab calls answered dayior night. ELECTRICAL. W. A. ROUB & OO. A:l kinds ot electrical construction. Estimates furnished and service prompt and reliable. Fine line of gas and oomblnatlOD natures. 110 Eight eenth atr MrritArrroKM ti Htit iERK. JOHN VOLS A 0OL ODntractors aud buiid .Tb Also maualactuteis of aash, doois bliu-ln and mouldings- dealers In plate window and art glas. offices and factory til to ns Etghteentn street. MICKLLANEOt;? IF YOD 9: ANT to buy, sen. trade or rent any r,.ug, enlace nepor secure a situation the Mall Is sbe one paper tn Mol'.ne that can do it for you. Mali wants are popular and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent per word la the price to all alike, cash in anvance Kent staTps wil' do. Evening and Saturday Mall Mount IU. FOB RTT-ROOKS FOR BENT Fron Secono avenue. omce. Inquire at 17HV4 FOR RENT Office room on ground floor at Roc t Island house. FOB RENT Furnished rooms at lull Fourth aveuue. Mcdern conveniences. FOR RENT Furn shed roeras tor light housekeeping at 1I'6 Second aveijue. FOR KENT Large front rcom hi tirst floor, newlv furn.shed. Call at (35 Twentieth strceL FOR RENT Furnished rooms (or light 'ous keepine a-so sleeping rooms at 14u3 Second avenue. FOR REST A a'cely furnished rcm in residence locality. Inquire at PS9Sven teenth street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms r,.r lieht tour,keepicg : al o sleeping roon; at 230 Thirteenth street. FOR RENT Two i icely furnished front jooms sul able for gentlemen. Applv at S57 Twentieth strett. FOR RENT-Nirrlv furLithed trom wilh modern conveniences and use if tele phone. 1SC8 Second avenue. FOR PENT A furnished rcom on Seven teenth street nea- Seventh avenu.. Ad dress "J. W. M.. 2.." care Argus FOR RENT Furnish- d rooms with modern conveniences and use c f telephone. Call iR7 Y. old phone. Six bl cts south oi Har per house FOB RENT Front room on tirst floor lor one or two gentlemen: also room with water for one gentleman: use of telephone. 1 1 00 Nineteenth stteet. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with bath and cood labl board, suitable for eitner ladies or gentlemen. One and a half blocks irom four C2.r lines. MO Third avenue. rUK KKNt-HOliSK,. FOR RENT Frame building 24x40. for bus! ness Inquire at 2200 Sixth avenue. Folt RENT - Fix-room house. I iquire at 6tl Twelfth street. Mrs. R. U. Taylor. FOR KENT Seventh I eery. -Six-room house. Apply at l'stO ireet. Charles Weaver's gro- FOR RENT-House of seven rooms. neaMv new. with modern improvements. Inquire at 610 Twenty-eighth street. FCR RENT A 7-room house, good well and cUtern. on Thirty-fourth street and Nintt, aud a half avenue. Ap.iy to i40i Ninih an.: a halt avenue. FOR RENT New 4-room house, large gar den spot, on Fourteenth avnuc and Sixih st en. Inquire at lUUl titicenth street, old 'phone 561 brawn. FuR REN e a 5-room Hit with all modern improvements opposite C . R. L A I'. depot. Inquire of i ; A. Koester, Sala flats, or tele phone StP. three rings city. FOR RENT On Fourth avenue between ". welfth ami Thirteenth sferis. two of the most desirable flats in the city, with all modern improvements. Apply at Ameri can laundry. . FOR SALK CITY l'R4PKKTV. FOR SALE Corner lot on Fourteenth-3 nd :t iia'.t street. Cj-t KM Can be bought for SI75 cash. H . K. Walker. Ft)R SALE Best bargains In lots on Twenty-fifth sireel and lentil avenue If taken at once. Easy payments. Inquire Reidy Bros. FOR SALE -Lot on Fourteenth street be tween Twelfth and Fourteenth avenues. 411x1-11 let t uncap. Apply to .old&miib ,v McKee. FOR SALE Cheap it takeii at once, good paying fruit and cigar stand in good loca tion. "Rent, per mouth. Address "F 13" tnta oftlce. FOR SALE l'wo remaining east front lots In the Dart Twenty-second street add won. For terms Inquire of R. S. Dart, J ... A Hurst's office. Masonic tempie. FOR SALE New ."-room collage with bath room: convenient to two tar lines and within easy walking distance ot business ct liter of citv. Address H. L " Argus. FOR SALE Two new 4 room nouses, with large, n ce lots. --?700 each, bait cash, bal ance on time Also ottier bouses from S00 upwards. Inquire at 1 110 Third avenue. FOR SALE Near Auru'tana college, a spiendid good hous-e of live large rooms, quite new with large lot and all 'n num ber 1 condition. Price tl.OBOL H. K. Walker. FOR SALE A very desirable R room cot tage, tine locat'on . handy to Rock Island arsenal, bato. sewer and line lot. 14'(. Owner leaving city. Address "C. A. R.," care of Argus. FOR SALE 00 foot lot if taken betorc ;u davs at I(X) per front loot, or 30 feet next to library building for 110 foot. MUM h" sold, as i wish to leave the city. Mrs. M. A. Gorrev, 1912 Fourth avenue. FOR SALE On easy terms, the best resi dence lots io tne city on xweniy -second and Twenty third streets, between Tenth and Eleventh avenues For prices, call or address .John i . Scheuermann. 1030 Twenty-third street. FOR SALE -Black horse and rubber-tired buggy. Inquire at citv Steam laundry. F R SALE A good family torse with phae ton and harness at H12 Twenty fourth strei t. FOR SALE Oak roll top desk oearlv new. tour reel long. Apply at once, is;i s;cona avenue. Foli SALE -A 6 and an s-yea; -:ld horse. App.y at iaut. i. stoeuers uvery, ibis Fourth avenue. FoR SALE Refrigerator : used onlv two months. i00 mulii ice capacity; an A No 1 article and a bargain, ihil Second ave nue. FOR SALE New upright rosewood piano, stooi ano cover witii one tuning nee. Cheap for cash if sold at once Address X. Is, Argus. FOR SALE A tine saloon doing big business. 4)0, including six mouths' license. This is a big snap, owner leaving city. J ddress c A. K.," care ot Argus. FqR SALE-Cheap. A new phaeton (of Rock Island Buggy company liesl matt ) two new single baraeases and two riding saddle- (one a side asidlUe) all In food re p.iir. Blake-dcv to: T wenty-lhrd stre4 LEGAL. ciai-uiur'a ini; Estate of Joseph A lnreeht. deceased. The -jt-ders w.--o bsvina oeen appumtao executrix of the la.st a I and testament of Joseph nitrc-cht. late of the county of Rook Isiud. state of Idlcole, deceased, hereby fives autlce that she will appear before the county sourt of Rock L-iland county, st the county jcrurt room, In Cie city of Rook Island, st .re J r.c term, oc the first Monday lc June next, at which time all r er' a ..ti r.p claims against aald estate are cotlned and requested to attend for the purpose of aaving the same adjusted. Ail persons ln J cbted to said estate are requested to make 'mmediate payment to the 'idersigced. Dated this .''i :hj- of April. A. D lUOt. SAKAU M. A LUKE JHT. Executrix. Admlnlatratur'a Natter. f - ..I" of Jeot Simmon. ! --.. The undersigned. hsv'ns oeen srpointed executor r d cxeeuti It of the rs.ate f Ja cob mmoo. late of the Count yt Rics Island. st4ic of Illiools. deci aseaw hereby gives notice tba-t they will appear before the County Court of Kuc Island County, at the County Court room. In ihe City of rvock Is land, at tee June term, on the flrat Mon day in jane ten. at which time al per sons having claims agaioat, said estate ire notified ara requested to at c.c for the pur pose of having the itme adjusted All tier bods ;ndetted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. D-tled this -'1st dav of nril. A D IWI Rf5ETTE SIMMON. Execitrlx. PETER H .-IMM''N Executor. LEG A IS Notice of Pobbcauub. State of Illinois. ( Rock Island County, i BO County Court of Rock Island county. To the June term. A. D !9u4. Central Trust A Savlogs Bank wiih the will annexed, administrator of the estate at Claus D. Einteidt. deceased, vs. Aithur . H. Kinfeidt. Henrv C. Einfeldt. Louis J Eiufeldt. Eisa M Einfeldt. John C. D Ein feldt. Ada M. Einteiac Pearl A. Einfeldt. and Otto Grojan Petition for sale ot real estate to pav debts. Affidavit of the non-residence of AdaM. Ein felit. one ot the defer dants above naintd. having lieen Bled in ttie ofrl e ot the clerk of tie countv court of Rock ls.a: d county, inv ti -e is herehv eive:i to th said AdaM. E'n- lel tt that the said pl'intiff. Central Tru-t aud Sivires bank administrator w.th will annexed ot the estate cf i laus D. Ein.te'dt. d c ased. has ttled itspeiiiion in the aid com. tv court of Rock Island coun.v or an order to sell tin- jremise b' longing to tne e tte of (-aid deceased, or so much of tt a m?.v be needed to puv the debts of said deceased, a- d described as fol'ows to w t: Lois number eight and ten (10) in bio k number one ii ia that t art of theciiyof Kck Island known as and called "Sou t 1 rk Addition :" that a summons has been issued out ot-std court auaiost vou returu-;-ble at the May term.A.D. l;i4. DISS id court; that at siid May term a.D. Ii4 at said court said cause was" by ordtr ot said court enter ed therein on the 2 id day ot May A. 1 1904. continued until 'he June term A. D. 1904, of said court and that an alias summons has been issu d out ot said court against you. returnable at the Jure term. A IV l9v4. ot sain court, to be holden on the tirst Mondsy ot June A D. at the court Louse in the citv of Rock Island in Rock W.nm court). Iiifnofs Now unless ycu. the said Ada M Einfeldt shall personally be and appear before t re said county court of Rock Island county on the flrst day ot a term thereof, to be ho!dn at the city ot Rock ls'and. In said county, on the tirst Monday ot June, nun. and plead, answer or demur to the said com plainant s iH-tilion the same. and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as coufessd. and a decree enteied against you according to the prayer oi said bill. Rock Island Illinois. May 1901. H. B. HUBBARD, Clerk. MARION E. SWEENKY. Complainant's Solicitor Notlee or Publication -Chancery. State of Illinois. Rock Island County. i In the circuit court of Rock Island county. To the Jat.ua S term A. D. llot Inchau cery. Francis Y. Keator and Upshaw P. llord vs. Mo.ine. Bast Moline A tta; tvallwuy companv. M14-1 s'i'Pl V alley iraetlan compa ny. Charles U Djere. Joshua Hale L!e D. Tjlo: F. W. K;ick, Burton F Peek Oeorge W Wood E. W. Wooflco b, a bci ican Trust A Savings bank, and t:.e un' nown owners sad legal holders of any if the I 2 0 bonus cated Uctobar 1 1 03. each for the s im ot fAno ivsuffl bv th.i Miss.ssip i Vu'ley iractUm i omnanv an J s 'en ed by a m ri-uiij trust deed from said Mississippi .1 ey t ract! -n eompanv to Amen au ir. si nu bavioas Dank. ouu a kjco b rr I. 1W and ftl d for record m tn reeord er's office of Ko-k Islanu v ountv. Illinois, on Noveuiocr 2i, IWI. and -f corded in book 84 of mo-tgages on p vi e hs Cenertii number ball, Proper affidavits i av'ng been tiied in the office of the c erk of -a d c m rt notlee is bere lv given to the sa d unknown ownera and legal hoi lers of any of tne U09 bonds da'ed Oc ooer I. I" :i ecn ro- 'he suiu oi SNO au, imuei Df the Missi s ppl Val c i racion Oompanjt a.d secured mong ge lrut fevd from said Mtmiaslppt V ,!) r c Ion Cempi.y to Amir ;an Trust ,v ssavrgs nn'-. iltiiu oei- oer i. iy03. and hied for re.eo d lu the reooid-r's oRl:c of iioeii Is u d eon ilv. I . ols. On No Vein her 8a, IMS, aod ro.-ord- d in B ok ttof Mortgsgt s on page thul tho t-ove named complHinans heretofore tiled lUeirb.il c f om nlalat in siid court on 'he eli vneeryfride there of, and that a summuiii thereupon issued out of said court against Hie above d fendant-i, returns n e on tee Urst day of ihe term of the circuit eourt of Hot k l.-land county, to ne held al Die court bouse in said Hock it i i nd co inty. on the lir-t Monday of January. A D. 1U04 as Is by law reiiulrtu, and which suit is sli 1 pending GfiORGa W. ti AMBLE, Clerk. A. T. EW1NC and U Y. CRAIti. rum 1 1 ainanis' Solicitors. Kxeentrtx'a Sale of Ileal Kstate. Jos. L. Haas. Attorney. By virtue of an order and decree of the countv- court of Rock Island county. Illinois, made ou petition ol the undersigned Kunig uude Ittner, executrix ot tt e last will and testament ot Fnedrich Schneider, deceased, to pay debts, at the March term. A. D. IBM of said court to-wit: ou the Hth day of March A D. 1W14.I shall ou Saturday, the' Htu day of Mav List, between the hours of ten (io) o"cioi k in ihe forenoon and fire (B) o'clock in the afternoon to wit: at the hrur of2o'c ocp in. of said uay. sell at public sale at the east door of the court house in Kock Island county, the real estale describtd as follows: The west one hundred (HX1) feet of lot numifrtwen;v live CiS) in Hoove's addition to the city ot Hock Island, in the county of Ro k 1-da.u. la toe a ate ol Illinois. Terms ot sale: Ont-oalf (HI of the pur chase money in ca-h viii the dav ot sale, aod t ic i em under In one ill ear from the date ol sihl s tie, with Interest at six per cent (U percent) par an'wuiu. aren"d by first mort gage upon the j' a! i - i.it- an Bold, ur the purchaser mav pav iu .ii.it h or sue prefer Dated this Olh day of pril 1UU4. K tj NIC UNDE 1 TTN E It, i:x---i,-' ft last win and testament ol tii.u iwh cuii . :d"r. ucceased Adiolnlntf-ator'a Notice. Estate ot Francis A. l'oettken, deceased. Tne undersigned having been appointed administrator of the estate ot Eracris A Poettaen, late of tne countv of Rock Is land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will anjieur before the county court of Kock Island countv at tne county couri room, tn the citv of Rock Island, at the June term on the first Monday in June next, at which time ail persons having claims against saM estat are notified and request ed to attend for the purpose of having the same ad justed. All persons indebted to said estate are re quest- to make immediate payment to the u tiderslgned. Dated thisHth dav of April. A. D. 1901. JOS- L. HAAS, Administrator. Notlee of I Ina! Settlement. Estate ot John Moore, deceaseu. Public notice is hereby given that the un dersiKued. Dav-d Clarke, executor Ot the last will and testament ot Sarah J. Moore, de ceased, who was the administratrix: of the estate of John Moore, deceas-d. ban this day tiled histlnal report and settlement as such in the county court of Rock Island counly. in said estate of John Moore, ceceascd, and hearing on said report has been set tor May f. 1904, at 9 o' lock a. m . at which time persons interested may appear and make objections thereto, and if no objections are tiled, said report will be approved at that time, ana the undersigned will ask for an order of dis trihution and will also ask to be discharged. Rock Island, UL. April w. 19T4 DAVID CLARKE. Executor of th': last will and testament of Sarah J. Moore, deceased, late adminis tratrix of the estate ot said John Moore, deceased. KiwuUir'f Notlee- Kstate ol Joseph Scale fieri, deceased. Ttie undersii in ! having been appointed executor of the last will and testament of Jo-o pti Schieberl. late of the countv ol Bock Island. stat- of fUtaoia. deceased, here by gives notice that he will appear be fore the county court of Rock Island countv at the countv cou"-t room. In the city ot Rock Island, at the June term, on the first Monday in June next, at which time all persons having claims against said es tate are not! bed and requested to attend tor the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this I2th dav of April. A D. 1904. ANTON SCHIEBERL, Executor. A'tmlulatrator'a smh - Estate of Charles C. rarter. deca-d The urd fainted! hating bee-i appointed ad m n'strairtx of the stateof ChartesC. Carter, ic of tto- eouiit v 1 Hot k tsfai d . ; ate of II II no is. deceased, h'-rehy uivea notiett ibat she will appear b fo'e the c.juoty court of Rock Ilnd county at the county court room, in ibe city of Rock Island, at the July term, on the first Mocdiy In July next, at which lijLC all persons kartg elalns gal"t said estate are notliied ar d r quested to aic-nd, tor the purpose of fiavisT tbe aame adjusted All peison indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment lu the uoderUned. Dated this Hth dy of April A. D. 1904. MARY W. CaRTLK, Administratrix. PBOFKNOSAL- ATTORW15TV. H M McCASKRIN Attorney-a -iaw Rock Island and Milan. Rock Islanc office in Bengaton block. Milan office or Main streev CONNELLY A CONNELLY- Attorneys at law, and N. A. Larson, Swedish Advokat Money loaned. Office over Crampton t book store, 1719 Second avenne. JACKSON. HURST A STAFFORD Attorneys at law Office In Rock Island National bank building. LUDCLPH A REYNOLDS Atorney at law. Money to loan. General legal busi ness. Nota-v pnbLc. 1796 Second avenne, Buford Mock. SWEENEY A WALKER Attorney and counsellors at law Abstracts of title. Omce In Bengston block. SEARLE A MARSHALL Lawyers. Money to loan on good real estate security. Mitch ell A Lynde block. Rock Iiiand. IU. McENIRY A MCKNIRY- Attorneys at law. Loan money on good security: make cof lections. References, Mitchell A Lynde bankers. OtEce, MLcheli A Lynde bnlld tng. JAMES F. MURPHY -Attorney St law. Gent ral legal practical OfBce room it, iVi-.C. i: A To nJe building. Uclou Blec- trlc phone Mul PATENTS. Patent and trademark oftlce, room 14, Mitchell A Lynde building. Rock Island. Junes F. Murphy- associate, branch of Moore & Co.. patent attorneys, Washington, iv C aud Chicago, III. PUYHIVIANH. DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeopathic physician. Special attention to diseases cf women and children; also diseases of eve, ear, nose and throat. Office hours, a JO to 13 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. in. 891 Sixteenth street Rock island. PKNTISTH J. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office Hours Jo to 12 m., 1:30 to 6 p. m. Ziu Eighteenth street opposite Union office Telephone new Ms. PRINTINCl. CARDS vs cents i-r liu. round corners 1 er 100 invitations, note, letter bill heads and envelopes pr'nted at leasouable prices. Em tiossing an1 color work on line slatlon rv. New phi n MiS Bleuer Bros.. 1011 Severn n avenue Kock I -land. KDrCATlONAL. AUtiUSTAN A COLLECE Business depart ment. A thorough business tralnincglven for entry Into commercial lite. Terms reasonable. Applv at Augustana college. VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school for elris conducted by the Sisters of the Visi tation. Rudimentary and higher branches and all polite accomplishments taught. Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue. Rock Island RAILWAYS AND SIKtMKItS. HtOAQU. 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Steamer CITY OF WINONA Arrive 10:99 a.m. Davenport: leave 3:01 p rn. Arrive : i.a.m. itocx i nana, leave a: IS p rn r or raiea an l i ariner miormation app y U, r. W M LA' K Agent. Kock Island. Ill .iSi IdHhr.- Rm ztt f-:rrti La i ml !asC UPPER rl THK WORLD S FAIR RO I'TK. For Muscatine, flu llnrvon. Keokuk, W'lin cv. St L-nit" and nol ills between, .steamer Dubu iue every Thursday at 3 p- m. For at, lu s and iKilnta ' etween. steam er St. Paul Monday. May a ta a. m. OEOItGE LAMONT. AreaL Office Hi Seventeenth street Telephone, old, HOb; new, mo-. BtsRaassaTSBa WEtm