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THE A ReUS, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1904.
3 Like a comet THis is tho ky co.T.aa the (tar of health to tha veak ar.d famous ram ad y weary despon does f or tha stom ach that which It dent dvspeptc, c.r'.nj all Is urabla to do for Itself, even if but lightly disordered or overburdened. stomach troubles and digestive ftUoraers. Kodol supplies tha natural Juices of digestion and does tha work of tha stomach, relaxing tha nervous tension, while the Inflamed muscles and membLines of that organ are allowed to rest and heal. It cures Indigestion, flatulence. palpitation of the heart, nervous dvspepsla and ail stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying and Strengthening the glands. ' membranes of tha stom ach and digestive organs. Mq Dyspepsia Tear Deeler Caa Sesty Tea. Betttea er.ly. $1.00 SUe holding 2M flsaee the trial size, which aelJs for 50c. freeeree y E. I Ds ITT 4 CO, CUtt, SOFTNESS OF SEALSKIN. ( Rivaled by Hanson lt:ilr Wken BlWfcaf in Eradicated. Beatskfn admired the world over for Its i tna and gi uMaass; end yet th.. human bt lr is equally a soft and glns? rhen i K Sit . ; a::d the r.'ul! al caa e of a'' hair trouble is dandruff, which la caneo by a pestiferous parasit.-; that raps the la ' Of th !: :r .it its root. Nwbro '; Horpfrfde la the only preparation that h fit i to Eke dai draff, germ. with ut dtn draff flier.- la do falling hiir. but a lux Urtanf growth cf ".lorr.y. soft hair cer tain Sc uirinT t'le ?nln won't r;.r.- dc.-i ran f nd r.f li I- to 1 k;:: the dandruff pr-r Thous f women owe theii bsnatifai b-i' r to Ncwbro's !f-rp. id. Sold rr Ida Oe.. r trolt. Mm It For sail bv '!'. II. Thomas, druggist. ITS A PLEASURE TO SMOKE :; ::ood f i;ar. If you have not tried our cii'iirs you have yet to learn what n ally gMd cigars are. Poor Cigars arc D0IV permitted to form a part of o;:r Stock. If yon want aomethtaig aloe in cigars, tobac . pipe and smoker' a articles, civo ns n rail. S. M. Arndt & Co., HengNtnn III:.. lTtHt eeml Ave. Colona Sand Stone Quarries Cawed Building Stone. Ashlar ?nd Trimmings a Specialty Tor tihoapnnas durability and beattty, exeeUed i hone. This stone does not wash, or color tho wall with alkali, etc Plana pent us for satimates will receive rare fui attention an l he returned promptly a; our expense. Quarries '2 miles from Hock lalaad on the C . U. & Q. railroad. Train;; No. T anil 14 will step and !: visitors off and on. Bridge Stcne. Corn Crib Blocks and Foundation Stone, any Size Desired. Samples of stone and photos of bvUdinga caa ie seen at Roan No. 1L If Itcbell A: Lyntie btfflflfaar AdMrci ARTHUR BU RR ALL. Manager. Rock Island or Colona. III. Contracting and Building. Frank A. Fredericks. Schreiner Shop.'1121 4th Avenue. .Tobbinp promptly done. Win dow and do.r screen Specialty, I Satisfaction maranteii. Residence. 1 418 Eleventh street. ti i 't'hoeae west !?'J4. IN THE SUBURBS. t oitnn . Cordova. June 3". Mrs. William Pinneo and daughter. Lucile. are visit ing with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brink. Mrs. G. B. Spoor, Mrs. S. Stocuni. and Mrs. Jerre Bryan, members of the Court of Honor lodge here, attended the funeral of Mrs Lucius Byers, who was also a member of this lodge, at Albany last Wednesday. Mrs. L. D. Marshall visited friends in Albany last week. Mrs. John Iavingston and son Her man spent Monday with friends in IeClaire. Miss Ruth Phillips was in Rock Isl and Thursday. James Thompson. F. S. Cool and E. Cool were passengers to Rock Island I Friday. Mrs. James Tew- is visit ine her daughter Mrs. .John Smeltzer In Thom son. The lawn box social given by the H. V. p. I'. at the Baptist parsonage Friday evening was well attended, al though it was a stormy evening. Mrs. Lucius Byers of this place, who with her husband had been camping along tho river near Albany, died Monday from disease of the liver. The remains were buried in Albany Wednesday. She is survived by her husband and stepdaughter. Mrs. Ralph Cooper, of this place. BHBRB IBD. Sherrard. June 30. Rev. Strang and daughter Elaine left for Michigan to join Mrs. Strang. They intend to look Dp a new location. Mrs. Gurney Farrow and Mrs. Isaac Edwards visited at Mrs. Spanglers near Preemption Tuesday. Mr. Samnelson was at Springfield on business last week. Brandt Metzler and other farmers shipped two car loads of hogs and cat tie to Chicago Tuesday. John Grooms and wife of Viola, visited with relatives and friends Sun day. John Beveridge and daughter, Mrs. Gurney Farrow, will leave to attend the world's fair at St. Louis Saturday. Bob and John Gibson were in Rock island Tuesday. Quite a number attended the base ball game Sunday between the Sher rard and Viola clubs. It resulted in favor of Sherrard 10 to L Mrs. Stanwell and nephew, who have been visiting at Lawrence Bar roll's the last month, left Monday for St. lonis to attend the fair for two weeks. From there they will proceed to Indiana. Mrs. Charles Hagman died suddenly Wednesday morning at 7:30. She Tiad only boon sirk since Sunday af ternoon. She leaves to mourn her loss her husband and one daughter. She was a member of the Royal Neighbor lodge and the Rebekaba of Sherrard. There was an exciting time in the village Saturday evening when Wil liam N'imrirk and Joseph Hirst en gaged in a fiKht. Nlnirick used a knife tin Hirst and cut him about the tare and head. Both were taken to Aledo Sunday. Nimriek was put under S300 bonds till tho fall term of court. GBADING ROADS WITH A TRACTTON ENGINE IN HENRY Victor Clough. a Henry county man. thinks he has solved the question or grading count v roads witn nis at tachment for doing the work with a traction engine. In an interview he aays: 'The work is hard on the gears and I am having the cast iron gears replaced by steel ones. The estimated number of yards of dirt moved per hour bv use of the engine and side llitch y :i rd With is 1S00. at a cost of one mill per at prices we are now getting, men and teams to plow and scrape the same dirt would cost tour times as much. The cost now per day is flo.OO with the engine to 965.061 with teams. The price for regradine roads by steam must be raised to $25 pi r day to get cost out of the engine and grader. But even then it is a saving to the township of $35 per day. 'To do this work requires large and costly engines and expert men to handle them. Then handling a grad er requires a man of good judgment and a mechanical eye. and when he gets on to the work he is a valuable man. Almost to a man. the people that live on the roads now graded, say it is the only way to grade. The 0DB mon expression is 'Such a saving of horse flesh, farmers will not put their horses on a grader any more." Irten to reoperation. Living- at an out of the way place, I etiX'ltg from civilization, a family is oftin driven to desperation in case of accident, resulting' in burns, cuts, rounds, ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of l.u k'.en's Arnica Salve. It's the best n earth. 25c. at llartz dc I'llrmeyer's irrnr store. For a Hanrtred Y F' T a hundred years or more Witch Iaxel has leen recognized as a S II perl r i e Seedy, but it remained for EE. C. i)c:tt d: Co. of Chicago, to discover I w to combine the virtues of Witch llal with other antiseptics, in the Win f salve. DeWitt's Witch Ha zel alve is the best salve in the world f.r sores, cuts, burns, bruises, and piles. The hi'li standing of this salve has iven rise t counterfeits, and the ihlia is advised to look for the name !eWitt" on the package, and a r.-. th9T. Sold by all druggists. A powerful medicine whose myster- ;,,!;s forces once liberated within your u :n product's a most wonderful ef fect. Driven away all Ufa destroins cirm-. Thai's what Hollister's Rock Mountain Tea does. 35 cents, tea 01 tablets. T. H. Thomas' phar-uiiicy. ATTORNEYS. 11. 3d. Mi.'l Ai-hKl."-tti)rii' v- .t-l. t .'. Ro. k Island and Milan. Hock Inland rtn-- in Eengston block. Milan othVe on Main street. CONNELLY v CONNELLY Attorneys-ut-Law. N. A. Larson. Swedish Ad vokaL OrhV-. over Crampton's book More. 1T1S Second avenue. Pensions, Loans. Patents, etc. JACKSON. HI RST & STAFFORD At-torneya-at-Law. Office in Rock Isl and National bank building'. Ll'DOLPH & REYNOLDS Attomeys-at-Law. Money to loan. General le gal business. Notary public. 1705 Second avenue. Buford block. SWKENKY & WALKER Attorneys and counselors at law. Abstracts of title. Oftice in Bengston block. SEARLE & MARSH A LI lawyers. Money to loan di good real estate se curity. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock Island. 111. Mo EN I R Y & MrENIRY Atornevs at law. Loan money on good security: make collections. References. Mitch ell & Lvr.de. bankers. Office, Mitchell A.- LyrTfle building. JAMKS V. MURPHY Attorney at law. Oeneral legal practice. Office mom IS, Mitchell & Lynde building. Union Electric 'phone 5601. PATENTS. PATENT and trademark office room 14. Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Island. J.imes F. Murphy, associate, branch !' Moore & . patent attor neys, Washington. 1. C, and Chica g. 111. Pll VSICl ws. DR. CORA EMERY REKI) Homeo pathic physician. Special attention to diseases of women and children ; also diseases of eve, nose and throat. Office hours. &:o0 to 2 a. m . 1 to 4 p. m. Z2 Sixteenth street. Rock Island. DENTISTS. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours S:3o to 12 m.. 1:30 to E p. m. 219 l.i l-.ignteentn street, opposite L nlon of bee. Telephone new 5383. a in fin i;r i s. LEONARD DRACK Architect and su perlntendent. Skinner block, second floor. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m to 5:30 p. m lM R E. FIRE. ACCIDENT AND PLATE CLASS Insurance. Ouldymith Ac McKe-e, Peo ples National bank building. Tele phone west 138a. 1NSCRANCE on dwellings and house hold goods a Specialty. Oldest and best companies. lowest rates. C. R. ( hamberlin. Mitchell Lynde block. 'Phone H30. FLEAS ANT F. COX Real estate and insurance. Old lire companies repre sented. Your patronage solicited. 'Phone- union G3. Oftice over Thomas drug store. BENNETTS Insurance Agency 1-ire. life-, accident, healtri and plate- glass Real estate and loans. Room 2. Bu ford bli.i k. Residence 'phono union SSL office union 113. TORNADO INSCRANCE Rates for city- property, 2o cents pe r J too one year. 4i" cents per $ioo three years, BO centa par 1100 five years. Call or aeldress C. R. Chamberlin. agent, Mitchell & Lynde buikling. HAVES a Ol.EAA ELAND The pioneer agency. KJiO time ana tin- teste-u com panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado, accident, life, or almost any form ot risk. Ground floor office 210 to 2!S Eighteenth street. WE WILL BOND YOI" Executors-. admin istra tors', aroardlana, trustees', or any kind of judicial bonds: lodge and society officers; city, state" or IT. S. government officials; contractors, positions of trust; in fact, any kind of bond you want except bail bonds ). Terms reasonable-. Hayes & 'leave land, resident manag-rs Fidelity & Deposit company, of Maryland. MISCBLLAjrHOITS. IF YOI ' WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent anything, engage help or secure a situation, the Mail Is the one pa per in Molina that can do it for you. Mail wants are popular and Mail wants bring results. One-half cent per word is the price to all alike, casli in advance; 2-cent stamps will do. Evening and Saturday Mail. Moline. 111. Pl.OHISTS. HENRY UAETHJE Proprietor Chip piannock nursery. Cut flowers and designs of all kinds. City store, lt07 Second avenue. Telephone llio. VV Will Bond You THE UNITED STATES FIDEL ITY AND GUARANTY COMPANY. Home- Office Baltimore. Md. I olnl umh rfnourcM, over S3, 2co.OO0.0O. We C nil kinrin of bontlx. Judicial, Fidelity, Cnntract. We nlno write Itiu-Klnry Inxnrance. N. A. LARSON, General Agent. I71!l'- lulel Ave.. II nek. iKlnnil. I'onnelly Connelly. Attorney. Homeseekers, Excursions VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY In connection with the Queen & Cres cent Route, to certain points in Ala bama, (leorgia. Florida. North and South Carolina. Kentucky. Mississippi, Tennessee and Virginia on the FIRST AND THIRD TUES DAYS IN EACH MONTH. May to November, 1904, inclusive, at the very low rate of one fare for the round trip, plus $2. Tickets are good going 15 davs, and for stop-overs south of the Ohio river, with final lim it for return of 21 days from date of sale. On the same dates one-way settlers' tickets will be sold to points in the same territory at one-half first class rates, plus $2, from Ohio river gate ways. For rates, schedules and full infor mation, call on your nearest ticket agent, or write to .1. S. McCullough, K. W. P. A., 225 Dearborn street, Chi cago, 111. For information about farm lands, business locations, etc., write T. B. Thackston. agent. Land and Industrial Department. KS Dearborn street. Chi cago. 111. or O. B. Allen, A. G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. PHOFESSION'AI POR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Front office. 1714 Second avenue. Inquire at FOR RENT Furnished room: modern gas. bath, etc. Zli t ourth avenue FOR RENT Furnished room with mod ern sonveaiances at SIS Second ave nue'. FOR RENT Furnished moms for litht n suae Keeping"; aiso sleeping rooms at 1403 Second avenue. FOR RENT Furnished room with all moelern conveniences at 217 Fifteenth stree-t, opposite court house. FOR RENT Furnished room: private family; modern; resilience locality inquire So" Nineteentn street. FOR RENT A newly tur:ns!iert room Tvith twjtli eas and furnace heat also use of telephone. 71S Eighteenth street. FOR RENT Room suitable- for barber shop on corner of Reck lslanel house also small ground floor efflee room on Seventeenth street, rear of Rock Island house. FOR RENT Furnished room with all modern conveniences. suitable for one- or two gentlemen. Two bloe-k from business center. Inquire at Berry's cigar store. 180S Second ave nue. FOR RENT- One very large and oin small room, unfurnished, suitable tor light housekeeping. Ladles prefer red. Homelike surroundings, good location, between two car lines. Ail dress "8 72." Argus. POR RENT IIOISES. FOR RENT House at , iZ Seventeenth street, wlh bath, tras ami gas stove 'Phone 771 X. or inquire 80 Fourth avenue. Charles Blom r. FOR RENT Modern 8-room house In good neighborhood. Inquire of i reel V. Sauerman. New 'phone 53C1, old phone green 401. KOIt SAI.K err PROPERTY. FO't SAUK Best bargains in lots on Twenty-fifth stree-t and Tenth avs nu- if taken at once. Kasy payments. Inquire- Hi lely Uros. FOR BALES Two corner lots, east fronts, on Fourteenth street; $4.".ti each. Inonlre of r. F. Cox, over Thomas' druj; store. FOR BALK A C-acre farm with Rood orchard and small house in South Heights. south of Twenty-fourth street. Inquire at ,"i26 Twenty-second street. FOR SAI-K Two remaining east front lots in the Dart Twenty-second street aililition. For terms, inquire of R. S Dart. Jackson 6c Hurst's office. Ma sonic te-mple". FiR BALE A pretty ami desirable home, one- block from all car line: Furnace heat, city and well watei lanra yard, with shade and fruit tre s. l's::3 Sixth avenue. FOR SAIiE-On easy terms, the best resilience lots in the city on Twenty second and Twcntv-third streets, be tween Tenth and Eleventh avenues For prices, call or address John O Scheuermann. it30 Twenty-third street. FOR SALE FARM PROPERTY. FOR BALE A BTOOd farm cheap to close an estate. Situated en Rif? isl and, five miles from court house, one and one-hall' miles from Milan. Fine building site, overlooking Silver lake and Hennepin canal. Ioes not over flow. Write or call on Fred Titter inpton. administrator. 829 Twentieth Street, Rock Island. III. FOR BALE Or exchange. We have a beautiful 320-nere grain farm In Cav alier county, North Dakota .linely im proved, all under cultivation. Will ell same or take Rock Island im proved property in exchange-. Golel smitb & McKee company. FOIt BALE MISCBLL INEOVS. FOR SALE good as new: hea p. nt 72i a Frazier cart; Nineteenth street. LOST AM) POUND. LOST A string ot gold beads, binder return to this office, or S3S Twenty flrst street, and receive reward. LOST On Seventeenth street, a pack age from McCain- t containing hosi ery. Finder phase return to i17 Nineteenth street. Ill SINESS OPPORTUNITY. DON'T always work for the other fel low. Here is a line chance for a me chanic or good salesman who has a little money to start with in manu facturing business Address Manu facturer, care of Argus. Rock Island. EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AND CAB. ROUB'S TRANSFER COMPANY 120 West Seventeenth street. Old ptione 1.".37. new 'phone 51."S. New storage building Express, baggage, 'bus and call calls answered day or night. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. HKRUSTROM - JOHNSON Contract ors and builders. Shop 1 4 1 Thirty Second street. 'Phone 5370. FRANK SIMMONS Building and re pairing. Residence ana shop. USI Twelfth street. old 'phone brown 712: new 'phone 5Go. H. A. LOUSE. Contractor and Builder. Jobbing ef all kinds a specialty. Es timates cheerfully given. Old 'phone 6.i K. residence 1317 Twenty-nfth street. JoIIN YOLK & CO. Contractors and builders. Also manufacturers or sash, doors, blinds and mouldings. Dealers In plate window and art glass. Offices and factory, 311 to 321 Eighteenth street. CI. A I It i T. MADAM HOWARD Full readings 2." and oO cents. Room 12. McKinnie block, corner Fifteenth street and Fourth avenue. Entrance on Fif teenth street. Moline. MRS. M. M HAMILTON Doctor and healer. Mental, magnetic and psychic healing. Business auccees by occult Pwi r. Readings in clairvoyance and psyehometry n all affairs of life. Prices to suit all. 1 l"7 Second ave nue. MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clairvoyant. Telia you the past, present and future correctly. Tells you everything pertaining to busi nens. marriage, divorce, love affairs, alckness. death, accidents and every thing of intere st. One call will prove her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from 1 to 10 p. m. 705 Fourth ave nue. Take the Blue line, west. PVEL. EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY Wholesale and retail dealers in bi tuminous and anthracite coal. Prompt dellverv SSI Its. Office. 17IS First avenue. Telephone west 1190. ORAI.N AND PROVISION. H. J. TOHER At CO. Brokers. Davenport- Stocks, grain, provisions, cot ton. Private wire to New York and Chicaajo. Offices ,lu9 Main street. Telephone 407. GEORGE H. SI DWELL & CO. Com mission merchants. Grain, hay and provisions. Members of the Chicago board of trade and Chicago stjck ex change. Established IS years. No. 542 and 543 Rialto building. Long dlatance 'phone Harrison 2A. WANTED MALE HELP. 'itu oooa opening tor young men irom is to l years or age at the Harper house. Permanent employ ing a i. WANTED Two first class canvassers; straight salary and commission. R f- erencea required. Apply M. Koplan, ri'M-K island aonse. WANTED married position -Man of neat appearance- man preferred, pcrmam-nt mil chance fetr advancement to right party. Call at reom 1. Y. M C. A. building from S to 10 a. m. WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Ne-w and practical method. Few- weeks completes: free clinic, careful instructions, special inducements to distant applicants. Toeds given. wages Saturdays: positions waiting. Catalogue mailed free. Molcr Barber college .Chicago. 111. WANTED FEU 1LE HELP. WANTED Pantry fftrla at the Harper house. '.YANTED H'lo Tw tjirl for general house-work, -ntieth street. WANTED- -A girl for general 1712 Fifth avenue. house- work at W ANTED Three dining room girls at Janes' cafe. 1M7 Second avenue. WANTED A girl for general house work at H3( First avenue. Col. C. W. Durham. WANTED A young girl to assist with housework in small family. Inquire at S2". Twelfth street. W ANTED Apprentice girls who know something about sewing. Apply at dressmaking parlor. 517 Eighteenth street. WANTED Ladies. Our catalogue ex plains bow we- teach hairelressing. manie-uring and facial massage quickly gnailed free. Moler Barber college, Chicago, 111. WANTED fne or two good singers for illustrated songs. Would like to have parties that could dance- (White or colored). Oirls preferred. Ad dress Entertainment company, ISO' Second avenue. WANTED Two neat-appearing dem onstrators at once, to demonstrate soaps. Salary. 11.50 per day and car tare. Call between 6 and s this e ven ing or 10 to 12 o'clock tomorrow. W J. Simmons. 1219 Third avenue-. WANTED MALE Oil FEMALE. WANTED Solicitors, either sex. lor Rock Island and Moline. Inquire at rooms 7 and v Illinois building. WANTED POSITIONS. WANTED v oung (iei-man desires sit uation as butler, waiter or bartendc Address R. H.. care Argus. A N TED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED At once, to sell a good fruit ami candy stand at J27 Twentieth street. Will be sold at a bargain. W AN ' ED CO buy cottage-, live or six rooms, about ten blocks from post- office, at bargain. Give price and lo cation. Addre ss "Buyer, care Argus. WANTED Boarders by the day or week. First class board at reason able prices. Telephone and all mod ern conveniences. 1229 Second ave nue. WANTED By arsenal workman, some Where near car line, a small cottage or thro- or tour unfurnished rnunis for liKht housekeeping. Address "R 7," Argus. WANTED Three- or feiur gentlemen can find Drst class board with nicely furnished rooms in a private German boarding house, ;:!', Seventeenth street, old phone ti3i brown. WANTED Worlds fair visitors can sceuri superior accommodations private home, near grounds: cool rooms, line bath: $1 a day per person. oeorwe swarting. ,3J3 Minerva ave nue, St. Louis. WANTED f.00 old feather beds. I pa the burliest cash price for edd feath ers. Send m-- a postal at once se -I can attend to it in time .as I am go ing te stay in your city one week only. Address J. W. Breskow, gen eral delivery. WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday Rest rooms at lsts'. Third avenue. near Y. M. C. A. building. Good home cooked flintier from 11:30 to 2. Supper Saturday only from a to S p. m. We exist for accommodation, not profit. Rooms open all day to ladies for rest. HOTELS ANII RESORTS. GRAND HOTEL Famous Colfax min eral springs. Offers best accommo dations at reasonable prices. Ad dress William Prey, Colfax, Iowa. LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located 6, .fii feet above the sea. All year round resort. A perfect place for rest. For particulars, address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, medical director. Las Vegas ,N. M. THE LAKE VIEW Hotel and Cottages. Devil's Lake. Wis. Boating, bathing and fishing. Take your vacation this summer in the Switzerland of Ameri ca. Send for circular. George Mc Cain, manager. HEATING AND PLUMBING. CHANNON, PERRY & CO. Heating and plumbing along scientific lines. Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeenth strei t. 'Phone 1 14S. HEAL ESTATE. E. J. BERN'S City and country real state. If you have property for sale, list it with me. If you want to buy I will do my best to get you what you want. Room 11. Mitchell & Lynde block. Telephone 1191. LEGAL. AflminiNtrntor'M Notice. Estate of Hazel Norris. deceased. The undersigned, having been ap pointed aeimiiiistrator of the estate of Hazel Norris, rate of the county ot Hock Island, state of Illinois, deceaseel. here by gives notice that it will appear be- we the- county court of Rock Island runty at the county court room. In the city ef Rock Island, at the Beptem- er term, on the Hrst Monday in Sep- mber n-xt. at which time all persons iving claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate ar-reo-iested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 23rd day of June, A. D. 1 !"L CENTRAL TRl'ST & SAVINGS BANK. Administrator. Bv 1 1. E. CAST EEL. its President. M'ENIRY i M'ENIRY. Solicitors. Adminfntnitor'M iotle. Estate of Peter Carstens. deceased. The undersigned, having been ap pointed administrator of the estate of Peter Carstens. late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois., decerned, her-by aiea notice that he will ap pear befor" the- county court of Rock Island county at the county court room. In the city of Rock Island, at the Sep tember term, on the first Monday In September next, at which time all per sens having claims against said estate ar notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the sam- adjust ed. All persons indebted to said es tate are requ-sted to mak? immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 23rd day of June. A. D. 1904. GEORGE CARSTENS. Administrator. ART DECORATION. 1'ARIDON SON Artistic interior decoration. Finest line of late pa mr carried and skilled workmen em- nloved. Moderate prices. 417 Sev enteenth street. UDQAL. Noli.-.- of Final clleiueul. Estate of Joseph Se'hie-berl. de-c-ased. Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned executors of tne last will and testament ef Joseph Schieberl has this day tile-d his tinal re-port and set tlement as such in the county ceurt ot RiK-k Island county, and hearing on aid repert has been set tor July lath. l!n4. at ! o'cleick a. m., at which time- persons intertste-d may appear and make objections inere-to. ana it no on- Jectiems are filed, said reptrt will be apprpovea at that time, anei the unde-r- signeei will ask for an rder of dis tribution, and will also ask to be dis- harged. Reeck Island. 111.. June 17. 1304. ANTON SCHIEBERL. Executor. Eaeentor'n Notice. Estate of John Hatchings, deceaseel. The unilersicned liavinir b-e-n an- point'ed executor of the last will and testament of John Hutchings. late ef the COOnly ef Rock Island, state of 11 lineds. deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear before the countv court of Rock Island county at the county court room, in -the cits- of Rock Island, at the August term on the first Monday in August next, at which time- all persons having claims against said estate are notified and reouesteel te attend for the purpose of havinir the same ad just eel. All persons Indebted to snid estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to the undersigned. Dated this ltith day of June. A. D. 1904. JAMES HITTCHIXGS. Executor. Motive of Publication. State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun ty ss: in the Circuit Court. September term. 19u4 In Chancery. The Rock Island Mutual Building. Loan & Savings association vs. Frank T. Qemetnhardt, Philip Warren Qexaetn hardt, Frieda Laura Gemeinhardt. Clarence Raymond Gemeinhardt. Frankie T. Gemeinhardt. Affidavit of non-residence of Frank T. Gemeinhardt, Philip Warren Ge meinhardt. Frieda Laura Gemeinhardt. Clarence Raymond Qemetnhardt and Frankie T. Gemeinhardt, Impleaded with the above defendants, having been filed in the e-lerk's office ef the- cir cuit court ot said county, notice is therefore hereby given te the said non resident defendants that the complain ant tiled its bill of complaint in said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the 14th day of June. 1904. and that thereupon a summons issued out of said court. Wherein said suit Is now pending, returnable on the circuit ceurt in the month of September next, as is by law required. Now. unless you. the said non-resident defendants above named. Frank T. Gemeinhardt, Philip Warren Gemein hardt, Frieda Laura Gemeinhardt. Clar ence Raymond Gemeinhardt and Fran kie T. Gemeinhardt. shall pe rsonally be and appear before said circuit court on the first day of the next term thereof, to be- holden at Ruck Island, in and for said COUhty, on the third Monday In Seji tember next, and plead, answer or de mur to said complainant's bill of com plaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed and a decree en tered against you according to the prayer of said bill. GEORGE W. GAMBLE. clerk. Rock Island, ill.. June ir,. 1904. E. H. Guyer, Complainant's Solicitor. ArimiulMtriitur'n Notice. Estate of John McM.ihon. deceased. The undi rsigncd. having been ap pointed executrix of the estate of John McMahon, late or the county or rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here by gives notice thai she will appear 1m fore the county court of Rock Island ounty, at the county court room, in the city of Rock Island .at the Septem ber t'-rtn .n the first Monday in Sep tember next, at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate are ri-uuestcd to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 8th day of June, a. D. 1904. S( U'lllA M'MAHON, Administratrix. A. III BEK. Attorney. Sale of Ileal CMlntc. By virtue of an order and decree of the- county court of Rock Island coun ty. Illinois, made on th- petition of the undersigned, Louise Ludwlsr, executrix f the st;ite of Frank Ludwig, deceas- d. for leave to sell the real estate f aid deceased at the June term. A. D. It4, Of s;iid court, to-wit: On the 18th d.i of June. l!lli. I shall on the 16th day of July. A. D. 1004. next, at the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon of said d.tv, sell at public sale at tin- east door of the court house in the city of Rock Island, in s::id county, the real estate- described as follows. to-wlt: t t ::. live i r, i in block No. five (to. in v . '.. mac. lings nrsi anon ion io me cltv i i K m k Island and state t Illi nois, including the estate of dower of the undersigned, widow of said de ceased therein, on the following terms. to-wlt: Cash in hand. Dated this l.'.th day of June, A. D. 1004. L ITJISB LUDWIG, Executrix of the Estate of Frank Lud wig. deceased. Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, Attorneys for petitioner. Mnntrr'n Snle. Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys for ( "ompla ina nt . Stan- of Illinois, Rock Island Coun ty ss: In the Circuit Court of Said County In Chancery. Black Hawk Homestead. Building. Loan Savings association vs. r.llza vv. McLean. No. r.:t.".. Foreclosure. Notice- is herebv given that by virtue of a decree of said court, ente red In the hove entitled cause on the 24th day or May. A. D. 1M04. I shall, on Saturday. the yth aay or jujy, a. ij. i-ju. at im hour of 1 o'clock In the afternoon, nt the east dour of the court house in the City of Rock Island, In said Rock Island unity, to satisfy sam oecrce-, sen ni public vendue, to tlo- highest, and best bidder for cash in hand, that certain parcel of land situate in the county of Rock Island and state of Illinois, known and described as follows, to-wlt: Lot No, three (3) in mat part or tne Itv of Rock Island known as and call ed Guyer L 6 S addition. Dated at Rock Island, ill., this iota day of June. A. D. W4 1-ItA.lv IJ. JV B Uli.j Master in Chancery in and for Kocn Island County, UL Notice of Final Settlement. Estate of Anton J. Walters, deceased. Public notice la hereby give n that the undersigned .George Karl H -lfrlcb, has this day filed his final report, and set tlement ns such in the county court of Rock Island county and hearing on sain report has been set ior amy u. iw, at 9 o'clock a. m . at which time per sons Interested mav appear and make objections thereto, and if no objections are hied, said report will be approved at that time, and the undersigned will ask for an order of distribution and will also ask to be discharged. Rock l-land. 111., June 13. 1904. GEOROE KARL HELFRICH. Administrator. JAMES F. MI'RPHY. Attorney. Notice of Final Settlement. Estate of Margaret Burns, teesasi & Public notice Is hereby given that the unde rsigned. James Burns, has this day filed his final report and settlement as such In the county court of Rock Tland county, and hearing on uaid re port has been set for the 30th day of June, 1904, at 9 sCctock a. m., at which time jx-rsons Interested may appear and make objections thereto, and if no objections are filed, said report will le- approved at that time, and the un dersigned will ask for an ord r of dis tribution, and will also ask to be dis charged. Rock Island. 111.. June ft. 1904. JAMES BURNS. Administrator. GEORGE W. M CASKRIN, Attorney. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur. ity at lowest rates. Alariem L Swee ney, attorney, rooms aa-iLS. Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Island. WE make a specialty ef loaning money on household goods, horses, wagons, etc.. without removal and in a quiet w-'v. Call on us fer quick loans. Fidelity Loan company, room ss, Mitchell tk Lynde block. EDUCATIONAL. SUQU8TANA COLLEGE Business de partment. A thorough business iminiiiK K'on ior entry Intel com mercial life. Terms leasonnblA In. Ply at Augustana college. VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school conducted for girls by the Sisters of the Visitation. Rudimentary ami higher branches and all polite ac compllahments taught. Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue. Rock" Island. PRINTING. A It DS 15 cents per 100. round Jl per 100 invitations, note, letter heads ami envelopes printed at ren Bonable price s. Embossing and color work cui tun- stationery. New phono ,.M... Blcuer Bros., mil Seventh av nue. Rock Island. L VI HTDRIES. KOI K ISLAND STEAM I.VI-VMWV Baui csfeld .; xton. proprietors h me finish and quick service 1M4 Third avenue. 'Phone west 1293. RAILWAYS AMI STEAMERS. CHICAGO. IoiTTslTnd" Railway Tickets muv be purchased at the city ticke-t office, l.';i Second av. nue. or C . R. 1. & p. depot. Fifth av enue, toot ot Thirty-first street. 'Phone west 109. west 142:!. FRANK 11 PHIMMER, C. P. A ' N ,l' Trains. Denver Limited I East. Wesl I omaha Ft. Worth. Denver M- Ka aaas City . . Minneapolis Davi nport & Chi cago Omaha it Minne apolis Colorado A Omahs 1 es .Moines a- i Ima :d J:4."i am a ::.'. am .":2o amdl0:20 pm J:20 am a 9:lt pm d 7:40 am d OH pill :45 am a 1:00 am l :10 pmldl0:10 pm r '''' Ial2.3.-am Denver. Lincoln Si I Omaha a 'M am d 9:.r.O am .1 3:00 am 1 es -Moines Kxpless St. Paul A.- Minn. - a polls a, Denver. Ft. Worth A Kansas City . .'a Kansas City. "St. I 1 :.r.r pm'el i :00 am 40 am 1 5 am lo pm ."0 pm ,"r pm d 9:15 pm d!0:30 pin Jo.- ,v ( California . Rock Island ,v Washington Chicago Des Monies Rock Island & lirookln An-oin. Omaha Omaha & Des Moines Cedar Rapids & Tipton all al2 d 7:10 am 1 titS pm 2:00 pm pm d r :10 am 9:.".0 am s :4i pm .1 (LOG pm 2:42 pm 4:30 pm al":37 am ltM-k I.mIiiikI A. l'eorln l)l inloi i rains leave Twentieth street sta Twentieth stree-t lion. Alain line trains start from main depot on Fifth avenue 6 minutes in ud- v twice of t i me given. Trains. i Leave. I Arrive. Peoria. Springfield, St. 1 ... Ind'pls. .. Peoria Express I'eori.-i. Indpls, oin. Blootningrton Sherrard Accom. . . S:10 ami 7:20 pm 9: 10 pm 5:68 pm 4:. pmll:15 nm 30 ami x:4r am Cable A.- Sherrard A'-eom 46 am B:4C pm 2 :2i jni da lly, e-x- able Sherrard. . . :; pm; a arrival, d -departure, epl Sunday. CHICAGO, BURLINGTON QDINCY Depot, Second avenue and Twentieth stree-t. Telephone, old 1IM, new 6170. V. .i. VOI NG. Agent. Trains. Leave. I Arrive. St. Louis. Spring- Held. Oalesburg, 1 'eorla, Ou i in-v . . 6:40 am G:50 am C:.r.O am 7 : 1 r. pm 7 : 1 T. pin Sterling, Memlota and Chicago C:40 am St. Louis. Kansas "ity. 1 cn v.-r and Pacific coast . . . . s7:20 pm Sterling anil points iiterniedlate . . . . 7:20 pm Duhmitie, Clinton. La crosse. St. Paul, Minn, ami northwest 7:40 pm 7:20 am 7:20 am 0:30 nm 6:.r..r, pm Clinton, Duhuque .. Clinton and inter mediate points . . :",.-, pm stop at Rock Island 2 minutes for me. ils. daily except Sunday. CHICAGO MILWAI'KEE & ST. PAUL Railway- D., R. L &. S. W. passen ger station at foot of Seventeenth street. S. B. STODDARD. Agent. P L. Hlnricbs, commercial agent, 3o3 Brady street. Paven port; Xn ins. I Leave. Arrive. Clinton. Dubuaue, St. Paul. Mll- wnukei . Chicago . Elgin and Chicago, S. W. Limited i . . Muscatine, Wash ington. Kansas City (S. W. Lim ited) Unseat ine, Wash ington, Kansas City Fulton, Savanna, Elgin. Chicago . . Omaha, Sioux City, Chicago and Milwaukee- Muscatine, Wash I ngt on, t t um wa . Fulton, Savanna, Dubuuue 7:00 am 8:55 pm 10:35 pm 4:15 am 10:35 pm: 4:15 am 5:38 arr 11 :.r0 pm! 11 :50 pm G:3S am 2:43 pm 4:58 pm '11 :50 am 4:58 pm 2:43 pm 3:30 pm Clinton. Cedar Rapids. Omaha. Free port 1 1:45 pmll :40 am --dally e xcept Sunday. ACME PACKET COMPANY Dally line for Clinton and all points between. STEAMER CITY OF WINONA. Arrive 10:30 a. m., Davenport; leave P- m Arrive 10:45 a. m., Rock Island; leare 1 .. p. m. For r;ites and further Information, apply to F. W. BLACK. Agent. hock isinna. in. CARNIVAL CITY PACKET COMPANY Burlington and intermediate points. STEAMER HELEN BLAIR. Leaves Monday. Wednesday and Fri day at 4 p m. Leaves Sunday for Muscatine only at i :::o p. m. For rated and further information, apply to F. W. BLACK. Agent, Roe k Island. 111. SfeaT UPPER THE WORLD'S FAIR ROl.'TE. For St. IaiuIs and points between. boats will leave at 9 a. m. June 23. 27. 30. July 3, 6, , 12, 15, 18, 21. 24, 27, 30, Aug. t, 5. 8, 11, 14. 17, 20. 23. 26, 29. For St. Paul and points between, boats will leave at 11 a. m. June 23. ., July 2. S. 8, 1 1. 14. 17. 20. 23. 26. Z. Aug. 1, 4. 7. It, 13. 16, 1. 22, 25, 28. GEORGE LA MONT, Agent. Office, 115 Seventeenth streeL Tele phone, old 1105. new 6105.