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THIS ABSTJS, MOST DAY. MAT 30, 1934.
Sour Stomach No Appetite, lots of strsnfth, tmwgmutmt headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, soar rls Infs, and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indication. Kodol euree Indigestion. This new discovery rapra aenta the natural Juices of direst! on aa they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonlo and reconstructive propertlea. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In digestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy cures all stomach trouble by cleans! nf, purifying, sweetening; and strengthening the mucous membranes) lining the stomach. Kodol DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Otvea Health to the Blck tr en a t h to th WMk. Bertles only. $1.00 Size hottta 2H Srnas the trial size, which salis for 50a. Antarei by B. 0. DsWltt 4b Co . , aueage. It's Quality That Counts In coal it's quality that make heat, it's quality that retains, It is quality that makes possible onsumption of 90 per cent of the combustible part of it, leav ing a light, clean ash; lastly, it'a quality that lessens your fuel bill you're not paying for dirt, refuse or unburnablea. The coal re handle, both hard and soft, deserves all the good things we and our patrons say for it. A ton will talk as loudly aa a car load. E. G. FRAZEP Telephone USt. TO CURE ANY DISEASE. 'lite C'auiio Mum be Removed, Same Wnv AVI (It I In ml rufl. Kill tho germ that causes dandruff. f.illinK b:ilr anl baldness, you will have no more dandruff, and your hair must grow luxuriantly. Newbro's DaaplUdo not only contains tlie dandruff Kt-rm destroyer, but it i also a most delight ful hair dressing for regular toilet use. JCo other hair preparation is on this : clt ntitle basis of destoying the dandruff germs. It stops all Irritation, keeps th. BCalp ewect, pure and wholesome. Re-im-mbcr that something claimed to be "Just as good." will not do the work of itea Herpiride. Sold by leading dn -!-:.-1.. Bend ISC in stamps for sam ple to Tho narpectds Co.. Detroit. Mich For sale hy T. II. Thomas, lrujfgist. Colona Sand Stone Quarries rawed Bmumta STONE. ASHLAR AND Till MMINliS A SPE CIALTY. For eheapness, durability and bea'y. excelled by none. Thia stone does not wash or color the wall with alkali, ete. Plans sent s for climate will receive care ful attrntion and be returned promptly at our expense. Quarries 12 miles from Reek Island on the C. B. A Q. railroad. Trains No. 5 and 10 will atop and let visitors off and on. BBTDQK STONE. CORN CETB BLOCKS AM FOUNDATION STONE. ANY SIZE DESIRED. Sample of stone and photos of build imrs ran be seen at Room No. 12. Mitchell A Lynde building. Ad dress ARTHUR BURRAT.L. Manager. Woek- Ts'anrl or Colon. Ill MKENSH TOBACCO PURCHASE. ( iirt) i;i:hi ThouMml f to 1 1 a r Paid lor u Ksury Lot of Tobaeeo. I has bigJXi'l potebsm of high grade tobeMSBO ever uiuUe la the YYit by a , ir man a future ante made last Wi3nnasijf by Prank P, l,e:, Ieona !il , f.ir hi" celebrnted Single Binder i-4 ir A written pustnutee was given t !ih; J he entire amount was to be fancy eleicterd tobacco. This no doubt : ike- '.etvls factory the Unrest Holder f" " 3 lull! .States of toluteox .' en isinh u grading. Hfal4Trac .--ur One. i DAILY SHORT STORY His One Good Act Original. Everybody said that John Gaunt's name fitted him admirably, not so much that he was a thin man, but that he was such a plain one. As for bis modesty, It was of the first water. There was but one occasion when he got the better of it, and that was when he presumed to ask Cornelia Wads worth, a girl very much younger than he, to marry him. Her reply to his proposition was that she would not marry a man a quarter ot a century older than herself. Upon receiving this reply John's victory over his modesty was turned into a rout. "Yes," he said, "Fin too old for you; altogether too old. Besides. Fui not such a man as such a girl as you ought to marry. You are always do ing good, while I don't remember In all my life having performed but one good act." "What was that?" asked Cornelia, "Years ago when I lived in a lawless community and it was neces sary to e.'ect a sheriff of my county the people, realizing that the sheriff i wrus likely to be killed most any day by some desperado, cast about for the man who could best be spared and pitched upon me. I bad a good deal of trouble and some narrow escapes from horse thieves and such like and was nearly killed two or three times. "One day a murder was committed on a farm lying out In a sparsely set tled region, and I was sent to arrest a man who was strongly suspected of the murder. He wasn't a murderous looking man at all, but a peaceable farmer with a wife and two little chil dren. He was very much surprised, but made no resistance, leaving his terror stricken wife and going with me without the least resistance. In deed, he said he would rather not live at all than live with such an imputa tion resting upon him. I took him to the county scat and lodged him in Jail. "Thoe were some suspicious circum stances that pointed to him as the murderer, but he was such a respecta ble nppearing man and told his story so honestly that he was acquitted. "There was a mail in those parts I always believed he owed the accused some grudge who declared that if he wasn't hanged by the county the Job would be done by a committee. The day the trial en me to a conclusion I learned that this fellow was in town and an effort would be made to lynch the prisoner as soon as he was made free. So instead of turning him out I took him to my house. That nieht I wns awakened by a hammering on my door. and. taking my pun. I raised the ash of an upper window and asked what was wanted. I saw a dozen men below and knew well enough without isking what they had come for. When they told nie 1 parleyed with them. baring sent one of my deputies I had kept In the bouse on purpose to some of the best men in town notifying them to come and help. I held the lynchers till they saw persons hurry ing from different directions. Then they tried to batter down my door. They couldn't do this very easily, for I alwavs kept bars ready and Iiad slipped them in place. Seeing that I had baffled them, their leader shot at me. giving me a wound of which I bear the scar today. Then the party, seeing my men gathering in large numbers, made off for re-euforcements. "A horse and buggy was got out of the barn, and, though wounded. 1 drove my man nway under cover of the dark ness. You see, I couldn't let any one else do it, as I was sheriff. No ono ever knew where I took the man, but no one ever saw him in that region again. I went out and got his" family and carried them to where I had taken hint. The reason why I mention this work as a good act is because his wife told me it was. There was a little girl in the family that I carried in my arms. She looked at me kind of queer nnd when I went away gave me a hug that I've never forgotten." Cornelia listened to this brief nar rative with a constantly growing Inter est. Wheu it was finished her shining eyes were fixed on John Gaunt, her lips were parted, her breath came quick. "What was the name of the man you saved f she asked. "Harlow William narlow." Miss Wadsworth continued to gaze upon John Gaunt with an expression that, had he not been a stupid fellow, would have set his heart boundiug. "You see," he continued, "that you're right not to take a man for a husband who. besides being unich too old for you. never did but one good act In hi life, and I have always considered that to be nothing more than any one would have done under the circumstances." "I think any good and brave man wonld have done it." replied Cornelia. "Jest so." said John, easily convinced from her words that even what he had been told by the wife of the man be had saved was purely emotional. "Rut sometimes," the girl went on. "being good and brave even in the line of duty counts for a great deal. The world "is full of heroes and heroines, but they don't always meet with a merited reward. You saved a man's life, and in saving his life you saved his wife aud children from a terrible blow and lives of misery." "I never happened to think of it in that light." said John. "Heaven sometimes sends us a re ward for doing a good act long after it has been done. You wish the love of a woman. I will be that woman. I am the little girl who hugged you. My father changed his name after his trouble. I am Cornelia Harlow." And for the second time in her lire he hugged her fathers preserver. F' lt B. ARTHUR. JUKE AS IT HAS BEEN DURIHG 33 TEARS FAST Data covering' a period of 33 year compiled at the local weather station shows what we may expect in an av erage June, though J. M. Sherier. the Observer, does not guarantee that the month we are about to enter oppa will be an average one. June has had a mean temperature of 71 degrees. varying between an average of 7S in 173 and 66 in 1903. The highest tem perature during the month was 9S on the 17th. lf7. ami the lowest was 39 on the 4th, 1889. The average precipi tation has been 4.GH inches and the average number of days with .01 inch es or more has leen 12. The greatest monthly precipitation was M.79 inches in lv.L anil the least was ,4'J in 1SS. The greatest amount in any 24 hours wns 4.36 laches on the "-'3rd and 24th, 1802. There have beeei an average of nine clear days. 13 partly cloudy and eight cloudy. The pre, ailing direction of the wind has been from the south west. JUST TO INDUCE A TRIAL. Take This Coupon to T. H. Thomas' Store and Get a l!ox of Mi-o-na, the Flesh-Forming Food, on Approval. Such unusual rer-ults follow the use of Mi-o-nn, the flesh-forming food and stomach regulator, that T. H. Thomas is willing to make most lileral terms to induce people to give it a trial. The following coupon explains what T. 11. Thomas will do furnish a month's treatment of Mi-o-na abso lutely free in case it does not increase the weight and cures tomach trou bles. If Mi-o-na fails, the cost is ab solutely nothing, in accordance with tbs terms of this coupon: COUPON. This coupon entitles any read- er of The Argus to have the purchase price of Mi-o-na re- funded in case it does not in- crease the weight and cure stomuch troubles. T. EL Thorn- as assumes all the risk, and Mi- ....... tm kanlnlalil f...... i r r, I .. : It gives satisfaction. T. II. THOMAS. I TAKE ALL RISK. As an evidence of good faith, when you get a box of Mi-o-na, leave 50 cents on deposit with T. II. Thomas. He will gie you a signed receipt to refund the money in case the treat ment does not do all that is claimed for it. What fairer offer can be made thJtn this, put out by one of the most reliable drug firms in this section? In justiee to yourself you should ac cept it today. If Mi-o-na does not help you. it costs you absolutely noth ing, while if it cures-, the expense is very trifling. Till HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY'S SUCCESS. The Harper House Pharmacy, the enterprising druggists, rather than await the ordinary methods of intro duction, urged the Dr. Howard com pany to secure a iiick sale for their celebrated specific for the cure of con stipation and dyspepsia by offering the regular SO-cenI bottle at half price. The wonderful success of this plan was a great surprise even to the Har per House pharmacy, and today there are scores of people here in Hock Isl and who are using and praising this remarkable remedy. Se much talk has been caused by this ottVr. and so many new friends have been made for the specific, that the Dr. Howard company has author ized the Harper House pharmacy to Continue this special half price sale for a limited time longer. In addition to selling a 50-cent bot tle of Dr. Howard's specific for -." cents, tlie Harper House pharmacy has so much faith in the remedy that it will refund the money to anyone whom it does not cure. When your head, aches, your stom ach does not digest food easily anil naturally, when there is constipation, specks before the eyes, tired feeling, giddiness, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, heartburn, sour stom ach, roaring or ringing in the ears, melancholy, and liver troubles. Dr. Howard's specific will cure yon. If it does not, it will not cost you a cent. Made Young Again. "One of Dr. Kings New Life Tills each night for two weeks has put me in my "teens again." writes D. II. Tur ner, of Dempseytown, Pa. They're the best, in the world for liver, stomach and bowels. Purely vegetable. Never gripe. Only 2. cents, at Hartz & Ulle meyer's drug store. EDICATIONAL. CGUSTANA CQLLKuE Business depart meat. A thorough business trainlnggivea for entry into commercial lite. Terms reasonable Apply at Augustan college VILLA DE CHANTAL A come school for giris conducted by the Sisters of the Visi tation. Rudimentary and higher branches and all polite accomplishments taught Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue Rock Island HEATING AND PLUMB IKS- CHANSON. PERRY a COMPANY Healing and plumbing along scientific and sani tary lines. Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeenth ELECTRICAL. V. A ROBB a CO All kinds of electrical construction. Estimates furnished and service prompt and reliable. Pine Une of gas and combination fixtures. 110 Eight eenth tTt. KXPRB8S. STORAGE. HIS AND CAB. ROBB S TRANSFER CO. ISO West Seven teenth street. Old 'phone 157. New "phone 6158. New storage building. Express, bag gag. bus and cab calls answered dayior WANTED At Western Cnion Telepnone company, two boys with bicyclea WANTED Good, brieh' offt-e bov about 17 years old. Apply Lewis Rooting company. WANiFD Good opening for young men trom m to 11 years of age at the Earjer bouse. Permanent emplcy menu WANTED Bright young man to travel, ad vertising and collecting. K monthly to start and all expenses. Self addressed envelope tor reply. Address Road Supt,, Sll Pontlac building.. Chicago. WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Splend d demand for graduates. 12 to f5 pld weekly. Few weess completes. Tools furnished, positions guaranteed. Can nearly earn expenses before finishing. Catalogue mailed tree. Moler Barber Col lege. Chicago, 111. WANTED FEMALE HHP, WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper house WANTED -Three girls at Wright s restaur ant. Necond avenue. WANTED An apprentice to learn dress making at 52! Thirty-elRnta sireci. WANTED At once, a tlrst and second cook at the Union Mission, Aiken street, south Rock Island. WANTED A girl for general housework in lamuy or two. i;oou wages, luquire at 2tM Seventh avenue. WANTED Woman to keep house tor wtd ower and care for three Children at liamt- ton. 111. Inquire of H. N. Round. Hamp ton in. WANTED-At once, housekeeper in a familv of four, middle aged ladv preterrea. call or address Dr. Shoop. over Tremann s mea taiarket. WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue explains how we teach hairdressing. manicuring and facial massage quicklv, mailed tree. Moler Barber college, Chicago. 111. WANTED One or two good singers for illus trated songs. Would like to have parlies that could dance (white or colored). Girls preferred. Address Entertainment com pany. l807Second avenue. WANT ED MI80EI IAN RO US. ur & VTKli-Hnarri ,-ino room in nrivate fam ilyior man. wife and two children age 8 and 3. Address 'G L , this cnice. WANTED Boarders by the day or week. First-class board at reasonable prices. Telephone and all modern conveniences. 1329 Second avenue. WANTED Three or four gentlemen can tind tlrst class board with nicely lurnished rooms in a private German boarding house 637 Seventeenth street Old "phone 63! Brown WANTED Two furnished rooms for the summer, in first class neighborhood, suit able tor four gentlemen. Will pav a good price for tlr"t class accommodations. Ad dress "H. EC"' Argus. WANTED Ladles to visit tne Noonday Rest rooms at 1818H Third avenue, near . M. C. A. building. Good home cooked din ner from 11 :30 to t. Supper Saturdayonly from 5 to 8 p. m. We exist for accommo dation. not profit. Rooms open a day to ladles for rest. WANTED POSITIONS. WANTED A position as stenographer. Can furntsn good refereces. Address "'V. 14" care Argus. WANTED A position as manager or clerk in grocery in tri cities. Youug married man. Twelve years experience in city and coucfv Best of references. Ad dress -W 36,"' care of Argus. CLAIRVOYANT. MACAM HOW Alt D Full readings 25 and .V) cents. Room 12. McKinnie block, corner Filteenih sir et and Fourth avenue. En trance on Fifteenth street, Moliue. MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clairvoy ant. Tells you the past. present and future correctlv. Tells you everything per taining to business, marriage, divorce, love affairs, sickness, death, accidents and everything of Interest. One call will Erove her wonderful accuracy. Office ours from 1 to 10 p.m. 705 Fourth ave nue. Take the Blue line. west. HOTELS AND RESORTS. GRAND HOTEL Famous Colfax mineral springs. Offers best accommodations at reasonable prices. Address William Frey, Colfax. Iowa. LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located 6,767 teet above the sea. All the year round re sort. A perfect place for rest. For partic ulars address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, Medi cal Director. Las Vegas. N M. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. H. J. TOHER & CO. Brokers, Davenport. Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton, frivate wire to New York and Chicago. Offices 109 Main street. Telephone 4C7. GEORGE H. SIDWELL A CO. Commission mercnants. tirain, nay ana provisions. Members of the Chicago board of trade and Chicago Stock exchange. Established 15 years. No. 542 and 543 Rialto building Long distance phone. Harrison 2666. MONET TO LOAM. MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at lowest rates. Marion k. bweeney, attor. ney, rooms 33-35, Mitchell a Lynde build ing. Rock island. MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any kind of security. Also cnoice property tor sale or rent. W. L Coyne. 230 Seventeenth street, np stairs. WE make a specialty ot loaning money on household goods, horses, wagons, etc., without removal and in a quiet way. Call on us for quick loans. Fidelity Loan com pany. Room 38. Mitchell Lvnde block. JLVCNRIE Rik'K' ISLAND STEAM LAUNDR Y-Baurs feld & Sexton, proprietors. Fine nnlsn ana quick service. 1814 Third avenue Phone went 129 INSURANCE. FIRE. ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS In surance. Goldsmith & McKee. l'copies National bank building. Telephone west lata, INSURANCE on dwellings and Sousehoic goods a specialty. Oloea. and best com Bar'.es, lowest rate. O. R. Chansbcxlln Utchell ft Lynde block. Phone 1O0. PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and lnsnr ance. Old fire companies represented Your patronage solicited. 'Phone Union 63. Office over Thomas' drug store. BENNETT'S Insurance agency. Fire, lite accident, health and plate glass. Rea estate and loans. Room a. Buford block Residence phone. union 361 ; office.union US TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for CltJ property to cents per a 100 one year, 40 cenu per aiOO three years. 69 cent per SlOuflvc ears. Call or address c. R. chamberlln Agent. Mitchell a Lynde building. HAYES ft CLEAVELAND The pioneer agency. Old time and fire tested compa nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado accident. Ute, or almost any form of risk Ground floor offices 210 to 218, Eighteen 11 street. WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, admin lstrators, guardians, trustees, trustees oi any kind of judicial bonds; lodge and so dety officers; city, state or U- S. govern meat efficlais: contractors: positions of trust: In t act. any kind of bond you want (except bail bonds). Terms reasonable Hares ft Cleave land, resident manager Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary land. JIRTTCORATION. PARI DON ft SON Artistic interior decora tion. Finest line of late paper carried and skilled workmen employed. Moderate prices, 417 Seventeenth street. ROOMS. FOR RENT Front office. Inquire at 17144 Second avenue. KOR RF.NT-Two extra large tronl rooms with batn. hot and co'd water. 1516 Fifth avenu , FOR RENT A furnished room with modern conveniences at 217 Fifteenth street, oppo site court no use. FOR RENT Fire front room in nieasam location suitable for one or two. Apply zi .intteenin street. FOR RENT Apartments over Pfoh's gro cery, furnished or unfurnisQed. with mod ern conveniences: suitable for keeping roomers or boardeis. Applv at Pfoh s gtocery. 1400 Third avenue. FOR BENT To parties without children, three detirable rooms for light house keeping. Water in rooms and use of 'phone. Half block fiom Longview car. Apply at 1109 Nineteenth street. FOR BENT- Rooms for the SL Lewis in easy walking distance from thegrounds and.nne-half block from the street cars. Terms during June 75 cents to '.S0 prr day. Baths free. Breakfast and luuches extra. Mrs. Ada Durham Mac tie. FOR RMNT HOUSES. FOR RENT Four rcom cottage. 44U1 Fifth avenue. Apply at FOR RENT Six-room house. Apply at 1030 Seventh street. Charles Weaver's gro cery. FOR RENT A 5-room house with mcdern improvements at 8:1 Mfth-and-a-half ave nue. Inquire at ;.:u Fifth avenue. FOR RENT A 2-story frame building (store and dwelling) corner Sixteenth street and Fourth avenue. Inquire ot Charles G Wuifl. Sears. 111. FoR RENT A 5-room flat with all modern Improvements opposite C . R 1. ft P. depot Inquire of G. A. Koester. Sala flats, or tele phone 899, three rings, city. FOR 8ALK-CITT PROPERTY. FOR SALE A Vroom house with one acre of ground in South Rock Island on Webb street. Inquire on premises. Fred McCaw. FOR SALE Best bargains in lots on Twenty-filth street and lenth avenue if taken at once. Easy payments. Inquire Reldy Bros. FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots In the Dart Twenty -second street addition. For terms inquire of B S. Dart, Jackson ft Hurst's office. Masonic temple. FOR SALE-60 foot lot if taken before iO days at 100 per front foot, or 30 feet next to library building for -UlOtoot. Must be sold, as I wish to leave the city. Mrs. M. A. Gorrey. 1912 Fourth avenue. FOR SALE Vacant property, cheap. I own several desirable lots in Davenport. Same for sale at a bargain Can turnish money for building purpose?. II. W. Techentin. Hageboeck building. Davenport. FOR SALE Nice 5 room house with lot 61x 115. beautiful fruit trees and grape vines, near Fourteenth avenue and Thirty-seventh street. Price l.00. MO down, bal- oance easy pavments. H. K. Walker. FOR SALE Two verv nice new houses, one on Pom teenth-and-a-half street, the other on Eleventh avenue. Each have live good, large rooms and are very prettv places. Price of each S2 0oo. H. K. Walker. FOR SALE Good 8-room touse in No. 1 con dition. Newly painted and papered, on Third avenue near Twelfth street. Is rented for17. Owner has moved to Seat t'e and will sell for 2 0C0 cash. H. K. Walker. FOR SALE On easy terms, the best resi dence lots in the city on Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets, between Tentn and Eleventh avenues For prices, call or address John G. Scheuermann. 1030 Twenty-third street. FOR SALE A house of four rooms, all kinds of small fruit, c'stern and city water. Bas i 18x30 teet. Lot 50150 feet. f500 cash and $11 a month or 1,500 rash. One block from Thirtv-tirst street car line, just top of hill. Apply to Goldsmith ft McKee. FOR SALE Splendid new pressed brick store building, with flat above. All mod ern with hot water heat. Building rents tor 55 per month. Can be bought for fi.500 Well located in Mollne. Would take Rock Islanl residence in trade. H. K. Walker. FOR SALE Well built, nicelv arrasigcd, 8-room h"use, with lunace and city water, on car line, near Fortv-tnird street. A snap. $".850-EM) down, balance on easy terms at 6 per cent. Investigate nuicklr, a-this will not remain lODg on our list. ( ; 3ld8mith & McKee. FOR SALE Nine-room house, six closets. large lot, barn room for lour horses, hay flve tons, corn crib, two buggy sheds, ire house tilled witn ice. Locate! at fC9 Tenth street. Rock Island. The house could not be built for money we ask lor it Will go west on a tarm. M. Arnhalt. agent, Hamp ton. 111. FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE A line buggy Rock Island make: very cheap. Address "C. A. R." care Argus. FOR SALE A folding bed. dresser, writing desk, bookcase, a tew chairs, etc , cheap, a: 2503 Eighth avenue. FOR SALE No. 6 Remington typewriter. new ana in nne conuition; can ana see it. Henry Stengel. 131rt Third avenue. MISCELLANEOUS. IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent anything, engage help or secure a situation the Mall is me one paper InMoline that can do It for you. Mail wants are popular and Mail wants bring results. One-naif cent per word Is the price to all alike, cash in advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening and Saturday Mail. Mollne 111. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. FOR SALE A tine saloon doing good busi ness. Must '( sold by June 1. Owner leav ing city. Address ' C. A. B." care of Argus LOST AND FOUND LO'T A mileage rredfntial book No. A. 26015 belonging to H W. Flits Return to Cbaunon, Perry ft Co., and receive $6 re war I. LOS r A Roman gold necklace, between Fourteenth and Twenty-second stretts Please return to 420 Fourteenth street and be rewarded. EMPIRE COAL ft COKE COMPANY Whole sale and retail dealers in b:tumlno3s and anthracite ccal. Prompt delivery servcie. Offices 1718 First avenue. Telephone west 1290 REAL ESTATE B. J. BURNS City and country real estate. If you have property for sale, list It with me. ff you want to buy I will do my best to get you what vou want. Room 11, Mitch Ml A Lvnde block. Telephone 1191. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. BERGSTROM ft JOHNSON - Contractors aad builders. Shop 1418 Thirty -second street, 'phone 5370. JOHN VOLK A CO. Contractors and build ers. Also manufacturer of sash, doors blinds and mouldings. Dealers in plate window an4 art glass. Offices and factory 111 tote Eighteentn street. FLORISTS. THE LONGVIEW Park Floral company, Meyer ft Behring. Props. Green houses 1115 Fifteenth streeL Plants, cot Cowers and designs. HEN BY GAETHJ E Proprietor Chlppiaa nock nursery. Cat Bowers and designs ol all kinds. City store. 1607 Second avenue Telephone nio FOB LEGAL S Notice of Publication. State of Illinois, Rock Island County, i Countv Court of Rock Island county. To the June term. A. D. 1904. Central Trust ft Savings Bank, with the will anaexed. administrator of the estate of Claus D. Einfeidt. deceased, vs. Arthur H. Einfeidt. Henrv C. Einfeidt. Louis J. EinfeldL Elsa M. Einfeidt, John C. D. Ein feidt. Ada M. Einfeidt, Pearl A. Emfeldt. and Otto Grotjan- Petition for sale of real estate to pay debts. Affidavit of the non-residence of Ada M. Ein felat. ope of the defendants above named, having leen filed in the office of the clerk of the countv court of Rock Island county, no tice is hereby given to the said Ada M. Ein feidt that the said plaintiff. Central Trust and Savings bank, administrator with will annexed ot the estate of Claus D. Einfeidt. deceased, has filed its petition in the t aid countv court of Rock Island county tor an order to sell the premises belonging to the estate of said deceased, or so much of it a may be needed to nay the debts of said deceased, and described as follows, to-wit: Lots number eight (8) and ten (10) in block number one (1) in that ran of the city of Hock Island known as and called "South Park Addition: " that a summons has been issued out ot-said court against vou return able at the May lerm.A.D. 1904. of said court: that at said May term A.D. 1VKM. at said court said cause was by order ol said court enter ed therein on the 2nd day of May A. D. MM. continued until the June term A. D. 1904. of said court and that an alias summons has In-en issn-d out of said court against you. returnable at the June term. A. D. 1904. of said court, to be holden on the first Monday of June A. D. 1904. at the court house in the citv of Rock Island in Rock Island county. Illinois Now nnless vou. the aid Ada M. Einfeidt shall personally be and appear before the said county court of Rock Island county on the first day ot a term thereof, to be tioiilen at the city ol ttock isiaua, in saia county, on the tirst Monday ot June, 1904, and plead, answer or demur to the said com plainant's petition. the same.and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered against you according to the prayer ot said bill Rock Island. Illinois. Mav 3. 1M. H. B. HUBBARD, Clerk. MARION E. SWEENEY. Complainant's Solicitor Notice of Publication Chancery. State of Illinois. I Rock Island County. I sa In the circuit court of Rock Island county. to tne jauuair term a. d. iwm. incnan eery. Francis Y. Keator and Ucshaw P. Hord vs. Mollne. East Moiine ft Watertown Kallway company. Mississippi Valley 1 ruction compa ny. Charles H Deere. Joshua Hale. Ljle D. Taylor. F. W. Rank. Burton F. Peek, George W Wood. E. W. Woodco k, American Trust & Savings bank, and the unknown owners and legal holocrs of any of the 1 iO bonds oated October I, H03, each for the sum of 500 issued by the Mlssissipi i v alley Traction company and sreu-ed by a mi rtgage trust deed from said Mississippi Valley Traction company to American Trust snd Savings bank.dattd Octo ber L 19-:t. and filed for record In tn record er's office of Rock Island countv, Illinois, on November 26. liHKi. and recorded in book 84 of mortgages on page 523. General number 5311, Proper affidavits Laving been tiled In the office of the c:erk of said court, notice is here by given to the sa d unknown owners and legal holders of any of the KU0 bonds dated October 1. 1W3. eu-ch for the sum of 50n 00. issued by the Mlssi sippl Valley Traction coinp-tny. and secured bv a mortgage trust deed from said Mississippi Valley i rOtloa company to Amer ican Trust ,t Sav'ngs bank, uaitd October 1, 1903, and tiled for recoid In the recoider's office of Rock Isiand county, Illinois, on No vember 25, iy03. ard recorded In Book 84 of Mortgages on page .".:t. that the above named complainants heretofore tiled thetrblllcf com plaint in said court on the chancery side there of, and that a summons thereupon Issued out of said court against the above named de fendants, returnab'e on the first day of the term of the circuit court of Rock Island county, to be held at the court bouse In said Rock island county, on the nt Monday of January. A D. I VOL as la by law required, and which suit is still pending. GEO RGB? W. GAMBLE, Clerk. A. T. EWINC; aud B V. CRAIG. Complainants' Solicitors. Sale of Real Estate. By virtue of an order and decree of the county court of Rock Island countv, Illinois, made on the petition of the undersigned John Streckfus. guardian of Edward J. Streckfus, Charles J. Streckfus. Rosa C. Streckfus. William F. Streckfus and Louis M. Streckfus. minor heirs ot Michael Streck fus, deceased, for leave to sell the real es tate of said minors, at the April term. A. D. 1902. of said court, to-wit: on the 11th day ot April. i9o.', I shall on the S4th day of June next, between the hours of If n o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock In the afternoon f said day, to-wit. at 2 o'clock p m. df said day. sell at public sale at the east duor of the court house In the city of Rock Island, in said county, the real estate described as follows, to:wit: Tne northeast quarter ot the northwest quarter and the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section number thirty three (33) and th west cne-hail of the south east quarter of Section number twenty eignt i28). all in Township number seven teen (1 ) north ringe number t ur (1) west of the tth principal uiei idian. i-i Rock Island county. Illinois, on the following terms, to wit : For t ash. D-ted this ":h day of Mav. A D 1904. JoIIN STRECKFUS GuardUu ol the ..hove named minor heirs of Michael Streckfus deceased. SEA RLE ft MARSHALL. Solicitors. Notice of Final Settlement. Estate ot Adalaide Bowling, deceased. Public notice is hereby given that the un dersigned. Williamson B.Swann.bas this day tiled histlnal report and settlement as sucn in the county court of Rock Island county, and hearing on said report has been set lor Friday. June IT, 1904, at 9 o'clock a. m , at which time persons interested mav appear and make objections thereto, and it no ob jections are filed, said report will be ap proved at that time, ana tne undersigned will ask for an order of distribution and will also ask to be discharged. Rock Island. III.. Mav 23. 19C4. WILLIAMSON B. SWANN. Executor ot estate of Adalaide Bowling, de ceased. CONNELLY ft CONNELLY. Attorneys. Notice of Final Settlement. Estate of William Kaiser, deceased. Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned. Pauline Lieball. formerly Kaiser, administratrix of said estate, has this day filed her final report aud settlement as such in the countv court of Rock Island county, and hearing on said report has been set tor June 2, 1904, at 9 o'clock a. m.. at which time oersons Interested may appear and make obieciious thereto, and if no objections are tiled, sa!d report will be approved at that time, and the undersigned will ask for an order of distribution, anu will also ask to be discharged. Bock Island. 111.. May 9. IWL PA17LJNE LIEBALL. Formerly Kaiser, Administratrix. Notice of Final Settlement. Estate of Thomas L. Johnston, deceased. Pub'lc notice is hereby jjlven that the undersigned Mary E. Johnston, executrix t the estate of Tnomas L. Johntton, has this dav ttled ner final report and settlement as such in the county court ot Rock Island county and hearing on said report has been set for Jnne io. 1901, at nine o'clock a. m., at which time persons interested may appear and make obj'ctions thereto, and if no ob jections are filed, said report will be ap proved at that tme. and the undersignei will ask tor an order ot distribution and will also ask to be discharged Bock Island 111 . May 19, 1904. MARY E. JOHNSTON, Executrix. Executor's N ull' e Estate of Frank Lndwig. deceased. The undersigned having been appointed executrix of the last will and testament of Frank Ludwlg. late of the countv ot Koca Island, slate of Illinois, deceased, here by gives notice thai she will apjeir be fore the county court of Rock Island county at the county court room, in the citv ot Ro-k Island, at the July A. D. 1904 term, on the first Monday in July nexL at wnlch 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 said estate are re quested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 30tb day of May. A D. 1804. LOUISE LCDWlG. Executrix. J Jackson, Hurst ft Stafford, Attorneys. PRO FEBSrOEAL ATTORNEYS. H. M McCASKRIN A tor ney -a -law Bock Island and Milan. Rocs Isiaua office in Benrston block. Milan office on Main street. CONNELLY ft CONNELLY. Attorneys at Law. N A. Larson. Swedish Advokat Office over Crampton's bookstore. 1719 Sec ond avenue. Pensions, loans, patents. JACKSON, HURST ft STAFFORD Attorneys at law. office in Bock Island National bank building. LUDOLPH ft BEYNOLDS Attorneys at law. Money to loan. General legal busi ness. Notary pnbllc 170s Second avenue, Buford block SWEENEY ft WALKER Attorneys aud counsellors at law Abstracts of title. Office in Beagston block SEARLE ft MARSHALL Lawyers. Money to loan on gooo real estate security. Mitch ell ft Lynde block, Bock Island, ill. McENlRY ft McKNlRY Attorneys at law. Lican monev on gooa security: make col lections. References, Mitchell ft Lyude bankers. Office, Mitchell ft Lynde butld lng. JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at law. wnerai icgai practice, umce room la, Mitchell ft Lynde building. Union Elec tric phone 5601. PATENTS. Patent and trademark office, room 14. Mitchell ft Lynde building. Rock Island. James F. Murphy. associate, branch of Moore ft Co., patent attorneys, Washington. D. C. and Chicago, 111. PHYSICIANS. DB CORA EMERY REED Homennat hie physician. Special attention to diseases ot women and children; also diseases of eye, ear, nose and throat. Office hours, B W to 12 a. m. i to 4 p. m. SSI Sixteenth street Rock Island. DENTISTS- J. T. TAYLOB Dentist. Office hours 8:tn to iz m., i:so to bp. m. 219 Eighteenth street, opposite union office. Telephone new 5S8S. ARCHITECTS. LEONARD DRACK Architect and snperln- iruucui. sainner niocx, second floor. Office hours 10 to 12 a m . 4 to K:M p. m PRINTING. CARDS 75 cents jut 100. round corners 91 icr iuu. iiiviiaiiuus. uoie. ictier. DUJ neaas ana envelopes printed at reasonable prices. Embossing and color work on tine station -ry. New phone 5615 Bleuer Bros., 1011 Seventn avenue. Rock Island. ILILWY SANDs A HERS- CHICAGO. HOCK ISLAND A PACIFIC ll',llflo Tlrlr,.tu rr y. Ha ... h ...... ., .. . ....... . . . i . i -.-. . the City 'I icket office, 1SI3 Second avenue, or C . R. I. & P. denot. Fifth avenue fmu rt Thirty-first street. "Phone west 1093, west 14-3. FRANK H. PLUMMEB, C P. A. TltAiHS. I aST. I D-Jtivor Limited & Omaha Ft. Worth, Denver ft K. C. t 3:46 am t 5:30 am t 7:15 am t 7:50 am tl2:tft am t 1:10 pa 12:86 an 8:40 an: t 1:55 pm 1:40 am 5:15 am 11:10 pm 12 50 pm t 1:56 pm 4:b6 pm 5:45 pm t 8-OS pm 10:37 am 2:66 am rl0:30 cm Minneapolis Davenport ft Chicago 9:10 pm I 7:00 pm 8:00 am -otnaiia s Minneapolis... Colorado ft G-naj l0:10 pm D sa Molce3 ft Omaha Dacrer, Lincoln ft Omaha. t 9:50 am t 8:oo am t 7:00 am Des Moines EiDrei- St. Paul ft MKceapv '... Danver, Ft. Worth C , Kansas City.St Joc&Callf. (Rock Island ft Wasting ton Chicago ft Dec Moines Rook Island ft Brooklyn Ac cOmshr Omaha & Des Moines (Cedar Rapids. Timon t 9:15 pin tlG:8Q pm t 7:10 urn t saa pm 1 'i oo pm t 7:10 am t 9:50 am 2:4! pm t 4:30 pm BOCK ISLAND A.D PfCOUlA DIVISION. Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main line trains start from main depot on Fifth trenuc 5 minutes in adv&nce of time given. THAI HS. Peoria, Springfield. St. L, Indianapolis. Ciaolnnatl. IVorla i xpreas Paorla. ic'la : spoilt, Cln otnnatl, Bioomicgton.... Sherrard Acoam i Ceble ft Shcrrr.rd Acoom. ' Cable and S fa err ard I ( l. V B. AMITE R IO US 17:80 pm 9:40 org 6 S5 pin 1:46 pm til.-iB am 19:80 am; 18:46 am 18 45 am i 18 45 pm 3:30 pm1 3:20 pm Arrival. day. tueparture Dally, exetp sua- CHICAGO, BURLINGTON ft QUINCY Dep ii Second avenue and Twentieth street. Telephone old 1180. new 0170. M. J. YOUNG, Agt LUVI. ABH1V fl 60 am fl:50 am 7:16 pm t7:16 pm 'St. LOOMi Sk !...!. ;U. Ualovjurg, Peoria and V ' i Sterling, Mond-its and, Chicago ; St. Louts, Kansas City, Denver aud Paolflo Coast 1 Sterling and points In termediate D jbuquo, Clinton, La Crosse, St. Paul, Minn, and N. W ' Clinton, Djbuque, Chiton and Intermediate :40 am t6 40am ".7:80 pm t70 pm 7:40 pm r7:20 anc 7:20 am 6 SO am 18 56 pm fl.f6 pm s. Hop at .ttoclt Islana Sb minutes for meals, Dally tDaUy except Hundav. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ft ST. PAUL Railway D., R. I &. N. W. passenger sta tion at foot of Seventeenth street. S B. STODDARD. At. P. Is. HINRIcaS. Com 1. Agt.. 3i3 Brady street, Daenport. TKAINH LEAVE SJtEl V t7:00 am 8:55 pm 1:15 am '10:36pm 10:36pm HiU am 5:88 am M 1:50pm ll:50pn 5.38 am t4:58 pm r2:43 pm .-'"? pm t4:58 pm t3:80 pm ill :50am 3 45 pm til :40am t'jlnton, Dububue, St faul. Milwaukee acd Chicago.. . FJeln aod Ch'ctgo (S. W. Limited) Muscatine, Washington, Kan sas City, .. Limited).. Muscatine, Washington, Kan sas City Fulton, Savanna. Elglr, Chi cago Omaha. Sioux City. Chicago and Mllwaukeo Muscatine, Washington, Ot turn w a Fulton, Savanna. Dubuque.. Clinton. Cedar Rapids. Oatr ha, Freeport Dally. Dailv esoeo S'ltidav CME PACK F.T CO. Daily line for Clinton L and all pu.nts between. Steamer CITY OF WINONA Arrive 10::J a.m. Davenport: leave 3:00 p m. Arrive 10: 15 a.m. Rock island, leave 3:15 p. in For rates and further information app,y 10 P. W BLACK, Agent. Bock Island. 111. tj ZU0 HEUjo, rea all rzin cetkt. THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE. VAr Vdmriiinp Itu rlinvtrin. Keokuk. C'Jln- ' - Bl tiCBUftas po.nts between. Steamer Dureique every luuraoay at s i " For bl. Lon. an 1 noinis between. Steamer May 3i at 9 a m. For St. I'aul ana points between, Steamer St. Paul, J -i. 10 at 10 a. m. GEORGE LAMONT. Agent. OfllcellS Seventeenth street. Tilcnuone. old. MOB: new. eiOJi. STEAMER HELEN BLAIR. Burlington and immediate points. Leaves Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 4:00 p m. Leaves Sunc 7 for Muscatine only at l:M p in. - ' V r3HlaMWsEEMEa