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TB E Afi&Uft, FJilOAY, JULY 15. 1904.
3 No appetite, law of trsnfth. nwMu, headache, constipation, bad breath, feoeral debility . Muf rla tofa. aad aatarrli ol tha stomach ara all due to Icdirestlon. Kodel euros la a if ejtion, ThU new d lac ovary rpr aanta tho natural Juices of dlrsauoa aa thoy exist la a healthy stomach, aatnbinad wUh tho greatest knows I onto aad reconstructive properties. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure doea not only aura In d!f eatlon aad dyspepsia, but this famaua ramody ouroa ail atomaoh trouble by 'earning, purifying;, sweetening and strengthening the mucoua membrane lining tha stomach. Kodol DIGESTS WHAT TOU EAT Health to the Sick a Strength to the Weik. tin ear. S 1 .00 SUa holdln 2M aataa tea trial lza. which aaUa for 30a. ewsjasaj 7 a. o. DaWltt a Oa., Oaleage. THE PEOPLE ALL In Chmrmm Cried, Give T" Kewbret . Heipltlde. This word of late has boon in every one's mouth, and awny are wondering rhat the erord :ignin-s. though no one baa yel been found, arho will deny that tf&W BRO'S H RUPIOIDE does the worn. !WclI, for the information of tbounaiida ol peopl who like to know all about a gooi thing, we arould say that HERPICIDE mean t, i ! stroyer or killer of "Herpes.' Now "Herpes" Is tho family mime of s ,; - "' cnu ed by varioua vegetable par asMes A ahnllar ir Icrobe cajuses dan : rnt, itching scalp, and fairing hair: thfa 1 II microbe thai NEWBRO'8 HERPf- !:': promptly deatroya; after which tlu haii pwwa Sold by leading druggists Rend inc. in stamps for sample to Tlu fterpidde Co., I .-tr. ir. Mich War sale by T. H. Thomas, drug-gist ITS A PLEASURE TO SMOKE a good cigar. If you haw not tried our cigars you have yel to learn wJiai really good cigars are. Poor Cigars nro never permitted to form a part of nur stock. If you want something nice in cigars, tobac co, pipe and smoker's articles, give US a call. S. M. Arndt & Co., i aaalan mu. iroi Sccens e. Colona Sand Stone Quarries Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar and Trimmings a Specialty For cheapness, durability and beauty, excelled by none. This Stooe does not wash or col r the wall witb alkali, etc Plana sent us for estimates will receive care ful attention and be returned promptly at our expense. Quarries 12 miles from Rock Island on the c . is. & Q. railroad. Trains No. ." and 16 iil stop am! let visitor.-, off and i'n. Bridge Stone. Corn Crib Blocks and Foundation Stcne. any Size Desred. Samples of stone and photos of buildings can be seen at Room No. 12, Mitchell & Lynda building. Address ARTHUR BU R R ALL. Manager. Rock Island or Colona. III. Contracting and Building. Frank A. Fredericks. Schreirver Shop. 1121 4th Avenue. Jobbing promptly dene. Win dew and d"or screen a specialty, I Satisfaction guaranted. Residence, 415 Eleventh street. Old 'Phone west - SCENES IN VLADIVOSTOK Former Resident Tells of Terror When War Broke Out. COENERS IN WHEAT AND OIL. Excitement When Japanese Shelled the Itmrlan Town Faith In the C'ur'i Amr Submarine Boats 1 :i Route Over the Continent Dissatis faction of Itnssians Over the War. These are but early days in the his tory of the great racial struggle now I being erased for supremacy iu the ori enL Hitherto the story has been main ly told through the medium of the sub marine cables, says a writer in the London News, but tbe other day I had the privilege of an interview with an Englishman who has spent several months Within the troubled area and from which be recently returned. He was In Vladivostok before the out break of hostilities and has told me of the serenity which poss-ssed men when war was deemed in. possible, of tbe con sternation when it appeared Imminent and of the absolute terror when It actually broke out. Not the least inter eating part of his story was that which shows how the love of money tran scends even that of human life, how "corners" were made In wheat and kerosene and famine stared the people in Hi- face. This latter commodity was bonght up In large quantities by the Chinese traders and retailed in eight gallon cases at 5 rubles each, a little more than 92-501 The commandant of the Vladivostok forces, however, spoil ed this little artifice of fixing the price of meat, wheat, kerosene and various other necessaries of life, H standard from which no deviation was allowed. ' Iiw did the populace receive the proclamation of war?" I asked. "Well, at ilrst the people were terror stricken. They fled In all directions from the coast. Some went to Ilar barovsk, others to Blagovestcbenak, and not a few to Nikolskussurlski, but the hardships were many, and most of them soon returned. The chief dif flculty was with regard to food. At first all was right. Then tbe government took all the meat, save a small quantity of pork, for the troops, and we had to live on iihiiost vegetarian diet. Sheep will not live In Vladivostok. It is strange. Init quite true. You may im agine how short we were running when 1 say that the Dalni-Vostok, one of the two Vladivostok papers, came out printed on brown paper, all the white paper being used up. I sLall never Corset the bombard ment, which commenced on March ti. About - o'clock in the day Japanese shells came raining Into the town. Many of them went hl ;h and struck the hilK at the back of the town. Others fell In the stieets. but failed to explode. One did strike a house 200 yards from where I lived; this killed an old woman who lay III In bed. The town was saved, 1 think, by high sighting on the part of the Japanese gunners and to the bad ammunition During the bom bardment a number of ladies ran about the streets weeping and wringing their hands, but the real damage done was very slight." "And how ran public opinion at this period':" "The people pinned their faith to the Russian army. Never once do I re member their accepting a report of a Russian defeat, official or otherwise. Kuropatkin was a hero; he was exceed ingly popular. Alexeieff they would not have at all. l'oor Makaroff; he was a niati after their own heart. I shall never forget the real grief which was exhibited when the news of bis death arrived. Rnnslau otticials were very busy just about that time too. I was in a restaurant on more than one occasion when a Rnsslsn officer bode us stop conversing in Engtish. Con versing In public bad to In- iu the Rus sian language or not at all. One queer thing I ought to mention was that the Chinese coolies resident in the town were refused railway tickets. As the only other way out was to walk many thousands of miles in an inhospitable country it was a capital scheme for keeping them in the place. The bulk of the manual labor iu Vladivostok is carried on by the Chinese." "Had you sny difficulty in getting away ':" "None, except that they would not book me through to Moscow. My tirst ticket took me to Pogranichni; from there I renewed to Harbin, thence to Manchuria station, where I finally got a through ticket to Moscow. "I left Vladivostok at 8:15 a. m. on May is. and we went slow to Irotak; from there, however, tbe express trains are again running to Moscow. I ar rtved at Irkutsk at about 5 p. UL on May U7. When alwut a day's journey from Tanboi, the station at which pas sengers disembark In order to cross Lake Baikal, we stopped at a station, the name of which l forget. Standing in It was a train consisting of ten wagons, upon which were being -on-reyed rive boats, which were, as far as I could see, Russian submarines. Each boat was loaded upon two trucks, and was. I think, about sixty feet long. Amidships was a manhole, just as you see in a British submarine, with a hand rail around it: forward was a hood with an appliance which might have been a periscope. "AH the boats are exactly alike, fitted with one torpedo rube only fja the bow and a propeller with two blades. Back boat "as painted a bright red. a lcus sian marine was on guard with tixed bayonet over each of the vessels, and on one man's cap I noticed the Russian equivalent to "Torpedo Kleet." In reply to the question whether the craft were torpedo boats or submarines the man simply replied. "Ya ne zuieu' il do not know.. At Oby Station, which Is the other side of Lake Baikal, we passed a similarly laden train. ticb of the ves sels being identical with the tirst batch. I noticed ;:lso at Oby Station several large guns, poasRuy six inch, all going south." "How did you find traveling on the Siberian railway?" '"Traveling is fairly comfortable. It would be much more SO if one could have meals prepared on board. As It is, each passenger on starting has to purchase a kettle, a teapot, sugar and tea. Al every railway station boiling wuter is supplied free." "Is there mUcb of what I might call 'military display along the Transsl berian route?" "Well, from Vladivostok to Irkutsk there was a soldier to every verst (less than a mile) of railway; at each station there were many. On an average a train passed us every two hours, every one of which was either a transport or ii Ib-d Cross train. A great number of them also carried horses and artil lery. After Irkutsk we saw tbe first passenger train." "When did you arrive in Moscow?" "Last Saturday week, and I Stopped there for six days. During that time I paid several visits to various old Rus sian families, friends f mine. It struck me rather strangely to hear them say they had never known such unpatriotic feelings exhibited in Russia its during the past few months. Everywhere the people are discontented at the turn affairs have taken, and each of my friends was free, as free as one can be in Russia, in expressing a hope that this war would be a lesson to Russian arrogance and tend to make them more prepared in the future." Piles Upon Top of Piles. Piles upon top of piles of people have the piles, and DcWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures them. There are many different kinds of piles, but if you get the genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve made by E. C. DeWitt & Co.. of Chicago, a cure is certain. H. A. Tisdale. of Summerton, S. C. says, "I had piles 20 years and DeWItt's Salve cured me after everything else failed." Open tlie door, let in the air, The winds are sweet, the flowers are fair, Joy is abroad, in the world for me. Since taking Rocky Mountain Tea. T. 11. Thomas' pharmacy. WANTKIJ MALE IIKI.I. WANTED Qood "peiiliiK for young men from is to 1 yeara of age at the Harper house. Permanent employ-mt-nt. WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Mew and practical method. Can near ly earn expenses before finishing?. l-Vw w'-ks completes. Tools, diplo mas ami positions nivi-n arraduatea. Special Inducements t' distant appli cants. Writ.- Btoler Barber college, Ciii III. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED house. -1'untry girls at the Harper WANTED Woman i"i Hotel Harms. second rook at WANTED Girl for genera housework. Apply at 1003 Second avenue. WANTED Ladiea. Our catalogue ex plains how we teach hairdressintf, manleuriinj and facial ninssaxe quickly .mailed free. Moler Barber eollege. Chicago, ill. WANTED--! ;: or two good singers for Uiuatrated songs. Would like to have parties that eould dance (white or colored). Girls preferred. Ad dress Entertainment company, l&OT Second avenue. ANTED l"0THNS. WANTED -Nursing to do aged experienced nurse IS38 Eighth avenue. by middle Apply at ANTED MSCBEXANEOt s. Wanted Boarders by the day or week. First elass hoard at reason able prices. Telephone and all ni"d ern conveniences. 1J9 Seeond ave nue. WANTED Three or four gentlemen ran find iir.-t lass board with nicely furnished rooms in a private German boarding house. ;;17 Seventeenth Street ld 'plume C31 brown. WANTED Ladles to visit the Noonday Rest rooms at 1818 M Third avenue, near Y. M. C, A. building. Good home cooked dinner from 11:30 to 8. Supper Saturday only from 5 to 8 p. m. We exist for accommodation, not profit. Rooms open all day to ladies for rest REAL ESTATE, ;. J. BURNS City and country real estate. If you have property for sale, list It with me. If you want to buy I will do my best t get you what you want. Room 11. Mitchell & Lynda biock. Telephone 1191. HEATING AND PLUMBING. CHANNON, PERRY A: OO. Heating and plumbing along Scientific lines. Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeenth street. Thone 114S. EXPRESS, STORAGE, BI S AD CAB. ROBB'S TRANSFER COMPANl 1: West Seventeenth Street. Old 'i!in:;f 1.37. new phone 61SS. New storage building. Express, baggage, 'bus and cab calls answered day or night. I'HI.. EMPIRE COAL. & COKE COMPANY Wholesale and retail dealers in bi tuminous and anthracite eoaj. Prompt deliver service. Office. 1718 First avenue. Telephone west 1290. l lit OTANT. I MADAM HOWARD Full readings 2. and 60 eents. Room 12. McKiaaie bh. k. corner Plfteentb street and Fourth avenue Entrance on Fif t e . nth street. MOUtM . J il RS. M. M HAMILTON Dnrtnr and neao r. .n"ini. micn'i. ann syeme healing. Business su'eess by occult power. Readings in etaif voyance and psychometry on ail affairs of life. Prices to suit all. 1407 Second ave- MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and lalrvovant Tells you the past, present and future correctly. Tells you everything pertaining to busi ness, marriage, divorce, love affairs, sickness, fi. ath. aeeidents and every thing of interest. One call will prove her wnderful aecuracv. Office hours from 1 to io p. m. 705 Fourth ave nue. Take the Blue line. west. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Front office. Inquire at 1714 Va Second avenue. FOR RENT A furnished front room with all modern conveniences at 218 Twelfth street. FOR RENT Furnished room with all modem conveniences at 517 Fifteenth street, opposite court house. , FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms suitable for two or four gen tlemen, with all modern conveniences. Can have board if desired; prices reasonable. 1S2S Ninth avenue. F r RENT Furnished room with all modern conveniences, suitable for one or two rentlemeli. Two blocks from business center. Intiuire at Ber ry's cigar store. 1818 Second avenue. For rent Room suitable for barber shop on corner of Rock Island house; small ground floor office r'oni on Sev enteenth street, rear of Rock Island house; also splendid office room on offiee floor of Ro.-k Island house. FOR BENT HOI M.S. FOR RENT Five-room flat ern conveniences at 3i"ej nue. with mod Fifth ave- FOR RENT Eight-room house. 0s Twcntv-rirst street. Apply to E. 11. Stafford. Masonic temple. Ft R RENT A five-room cottage at . Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Apply 528 Fifth-and-a-half avenue. at FOR RENT Seven-room dwelling. N'.. 23 Fifth-and-a-half avenue: City water: tine location. Apply to Charles E. Hodgsen. room 3. Buford block. Insurance office. WORLD'S FAIR ACCOMMODATIONS. PABTIRS visiting the w St. Louts will find comf with Mrs. H. C Perkins avenue. Rates. and Ja old's fair at irtable rooms 17"1 Marcus cents and $ l FOB SALE ITY PROPERTY. FOR SALE Best bar; Twenty-fifth street nue If taken at once. Inquire Reidy Bros. rains In lots on and Tenth ave Easy payments. FOR SALE Very nice cottage in splen did repair, with large lot, and good location on Milan car line. Price, $1. 500; j.'.'hi down, balance monthly. 11. K .Walker. FOR SAKE A nice six-room house in Dubuque, for sale very cheap, or trade for trl-clty property. Inquire of Richard Monroe, 3129 Tenth ave nue. Rock Island. FOR BALE Two remaining east front lots in the Dart Twenty-second street addition. For terms. Inquire "f R. S. Dart. Jackson & Hurst's office. Ma sonic temple. FOR SALE New live-room house on Forty-fifth street, near Fifth ave nue. Newly papered and painted. Good investment. Price ,81,250; $400 down. Rents for $12 per month. II. K. Walker . FOR SALE On easy terms, the best residence. lots in the city on Twenty second and Twenty-third streets, be tween Tenth and Eleventh avenues. For prices, call or address John O. Scheuermann, 1030 Twenty-third street. FOR BALE At a groat bargain if taken at once, a house with all mod ern Improvements, newly furnished with the best ; good location. Excellent chance for som e to start housekeep ing. Call on r address J. M. SiegeL :;2't Twentieth street: 'phone ".123. FOR sale A good eight-room house and two-story barn, at the corner of Ninth avenue and Thirty-first street. Rock Island: lot lot by 150; splendid fruit and shade trees; city water and sewer on the premises; one block from Elm s'.r.et car line. A bargain. Inquire f Reldy Broif. FOB SALE FARM PROPERTY. FOR SAL E Farm. ::7 acres. 12 miles north from Muscatine: good soil, suit able for grain or u line truck gar den: farm buildings located three fourths of a mile from farm, in town of 4"o Inhabitants, including eight room house on f"ur lots: well. barn, granary, ice house, etc., all for $2,500. A big bargain. (Soldsinith Ai McKee. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE A five-year-old sorrel mare, gentle and well broke; weight about 1,060. Inquire at l"3o Twenty third street. FOR BALE A good family horse, weighing 800 pounds: spring wagon, buggy .and two sets ol harness, cheap if taken at once. Call at the Modern, 3;:o Twentieth street. ill SINESS OPPORTI NITIES. DON'T always work for the other fel low. Here Is a fine chance for a me chanic or good salesman who lias a. little money to start with in manu facturing business .Address Manu facturer, eate of Argus. Rock Island. LOST AND FOl M. LOST On LongView cars or on Second avenue near McCabe's, ladies' silver watch and pin. Reward for its re turn to this office or ill"- Nineteenth street. LOST Somewhere between Second and Fifteenth streets, lades' black win-lei- bat, wrapped up iii ;t paper. Find er will be rewarded for its return to 1008 Fifteentb street LAUNDRIES. ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Bauersfeld A Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and quirk service. 1S14 Third avenue. '1'hone west 1293. 11 oil ISTS. HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chip plannock nursery. Cut flowers and designs of all kinds. City store. 107 Second avenue. Telephone 1110. 1N l R N EL FIRE. ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS Insurance. Goldsmith .v McKee. Peo ples National bank building. Tele phone west 13i. INSURANCE on dwellings and house hold goods a specialty. Oldest and best Companies, lowest rates. C. R. ChamtM rim. Miti ball 6c Lynda block. 'Phone lo3o. PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and insurance, oid tire companies repre sented. Your patronage solicited. 'Phone union 63. Office over Thomas' drug store. BENNETTS Insurance Agency Fire, life, accident, health and plate glass. Real estate and loans. Room 2. Bu ford block. Residence 'phone union 881, office union 113. TORNADo iNSl'RANf "E Ratesforclty property. 88 cents per 8100 one ' ar. 40 eents per $1011 three years, 6o r ents per $1'"' five v.arj.. ".il! ' address .. R. Chamberlin. agtat. MltcheK dc Lyade building. HAYES At "LEA VELA ND The pioneer agency. Old time and tire tested eom panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado, accident, life, or almost any form of risk. O-ound floor office 210 to 2D Blgh t'i.t)s street. Wi". WILL BOND TOU Executors, administrators', guardians', trustees', or any kind of judicial bonds; lodn and society officers; city, st;ite or I'. 8. government officials: contractors, positions of trust; iu fact, any kind of bond you want (except baU bonds). Terms reasonable. Haves Cleave land resident BUtnag rx Fidelity & Deposit company, of Maryland. ATTORXEYS. JACKSON. HURST & STAFFORD At-torneys-at-Law. Office in Rock Isl and National bank building. SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys and counselors at law. Abstracts of title. Office in Bengston block. SEARLE MARSHALL lawyers. Money to loan n good real estate se curitv. Mitchell fc Lynde block. Rock Island. 111. H. M. MeOASKRlN Attorney-at-Law. Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island office in Bengston block. Milan office on Main street. JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at law. General legal practice. Office room 1.:. Mitchell .v- Lynde building. Union Electric "phone D601. H'DOI.ril & REYNOLDS Attorneys-at-Law. Money to loan. General le gal business. Notary public. 170." Second avenue. Iiuford block. M EN1RY & McENIRY Atorneys at law. Loan money on good security; make collections. References. Mitch ell tv Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell A Lynde building. CONNELLY A: CONN ELLY At toraev .--at-Law. N. A. Larson. Swedish Ad vokat. Office, over Crampton's book store. 1719 Second avenue. Pensions, Loans. Patents, etc. PHYSICIANS. DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeo pathic physician. Special attention to diseases of women and children; also diseases of eve. nose and throat. Office hours. 9:30 to 2 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. 32 Sixteenth street. Rock Island. DENTISTS. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours 8:30 to 12 m.. 1:30 to 5 p. m. 219l Eighteenth street, opposite Union office- Telephone new "3S3. ARCHITECTS. LEONARD DRACK Architect and su perintendent. Skinner block, second floor. OtHce hours, 10 to 12 a. m.; 4 to 5:30 p. m PATENTS. atent and trademark office, room 14. Mitchell .v- Lynde building. Rock Island. James F. Murphy, associate, branch of Mo. ire & Co.. patent attor neys. Washington, 1). C, and Chica go, ia CONTRACTORS AMI BUILDERS. BERGSTROM V- JOHNSON Contract ors and builders. Shop ltis Thirty Second street. 'Phone f,3 7o. FRANK SLM.MoNS Building and re pairing. Residence and shop, 581 Twelfth street. Old 'phone west 840 2; now 'phone 5658. 11. A. LOUSE, Contractor and Builder. Jobbing of all kinds a specialty. Es timates cheerfully given. Old 'phone f!60 K, residence 1317 Twenty -fifth street. JOHN YOLK CO. Contractors and builders. Also manufacturers of sash, doors, blinds and mouldings. Dealers in plate window and art glass. Offices ami factory, 31 1 to 329 Eighteenth street. HOTELS AMI RESORTS GRAND HOTEL, Famous Colfax min eral springs. Offers best accommo dations at reasonable prices. Ad dress William Frey. Colfax, Iowa. LAS VEJAS MOT SPRINt IS Located i;.7fi7 feet above tho sea. All year round resort. A perfect place for rest. For particulars, address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, medical director, Las Yegas .N. Al. THE LAKE VIEW Hotel and Cottages, Devil's Lake. Wis. Boating, bathing and fishing. Take your vacation this summer iu the Switzerland of Ameri ca. Send for circular. George Mc Carn. manager. GRAIN AMI PROVISIONS. II. J. Toll ER & CO. Brokers. Daven port. Stocks, grain, provisions, cot ton. Private wire- to New York and Chicago. offices .109 Main street. Telephone 4u7. GEORGE II. SI DWELL & CO. Com mission merchants. Grain, hay and provisions. Members of the Chicago board of trade and Chicago stock ex change. Established 2.". years. No. 542 ami 543 Rialto building. Long distance 'phone Harrison 2ti66. ART DECORATION. PARI DON & SON Artistic interior decoration. Finest line of late pa per carried and skilled workmen in ployed. Moderate prices. 417 Sev enteenth street. LEGAL Notice of Publication Chancer. State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun ty ss. : In tin- Circuit Court, September Trim. 194. Max Ochs vs. John Green, Jr.. tin- un known lo irs, devisees or assigns of the said John Green, Jr.. tlie unknown owners of the south 70 feet of the west 40 feet ol lot No. 10, in block NO. 2. in Spencer A: Case's addition to the city of Rock Island, in the COUnty Of Rock Island mid state of Illinois. n Cham t-ry. Affidavit f tie- unknown residence of the above defendants, John Green, Jr.. tin- unknown heirs, devisees r as signs of the said John Green, Jr.. the unknown owners of tie- south 70 feel of the west I" feet of lot No. n. in block No. . in Spencer v Case's addi tion to the city of Rock Island, in the county ol Rock Island and state of Il linois, having be. n tiled in tie- Clerk's office of the circuit court of said county, noiicr.' is therefore hereby given to the sani uetenoants tn.it the complainant filed his bill of com plaint iu .-aiti court, on tin- chancery sirie thereof, on the lith day of July, 1884, ami that thereupon a summons Issued out of sahl court, wherein said suit is now pending, returnable on tha third Monday in the month of Septem ber next, as is by law rr-.uir. d. Now. ii. .less you. the said defend ants above named, John Green, Jr.. tin- unknown heirs, devisees or assigns of tie- said John Green, Jr.. and the un known owners of the south o feet "i the west feet of lot No. 10. in block No. 2. :n spi ncer & case s addition to the i Itjr of Rock Island, in the county ot Rock Island and state of Illinois, shall personally be and appear before said circuit court, on the first day f the next term thereof, to be holden at Rock Island in and for said county, "n th.- 18th iay o! September next, and plead, answer r demur to the said complainant's bill of complaint, tie same and the matters and things there in charged will tc taken as confessed, and a decree entered against you ar -cording to the prayer of said bill. GEORGE w. GAMBLE Cli rk. Roek Island. III., July 11. 1804. SEARLE a.- Marshall. Complain ant's Solicitors Esccutor'K Notice. Estate of Grorge Hllller, deceased. The undersigned, having been ap pointed executor of the last t of orire Hillir r. 1 will and te of the c jnty of Rock Island, rl.-cr as.-ri. here by- gives notice that he will appear be fore the county court of Rock Island county at the county court room, in th .- city "r RoeK i stan a. at me Dt-pu-m- b term, on the iir.-i .vi'Oi.i.i. in :--,- tei mi. r n'xt. al which tim.- all persons Iu v ing i l.i mi atramst said .-slate are n- at 1 tied and lesled to attena tor tnc put rpose r,f h uliof Hie same adjusted All persona indebted to sairl estate requested t. make Immediate pay- at m- t to t!: '.l!de signer. Datad th; ."."th dnv of June. i. D. .nr.. UE-VTO-V Ull MFP V mtr r PROPESSIONA1 LEGAL. Publication Notice. State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun ty ss: In the County Court of said Rock Island county In Probate. William Mosher. administrator do bonis non of the estate of Samuel M. Boney, deceased. petitioner. vs. Mary A. Good. Clara Burgpyne, Milton M. Bo ney. Matthew Honey. Cornelia E. Stewart. Charles W. Boney. Kittio A. Boney. Maud Boney, board of trus tees of township seventeen ll7) north, range three (3) west, in the county of Rock Island and state of Illinois. George Burgoyne, James Quinn and Amelia A. Burgees, de fendants. Petition to Sell real estate to pay debts. To James Quinn and Charles W. Bo ney. defendants In the above entitled proceeding. Due affidavit that you reside out of the state Of Illinois having been tiled, notice is hereby given that the petition in tlie above entitled proceeding was bled on the first day of July. A. D. 1804, and that said proceeding Is now ponding In said court; that summons has been issued against you therein, and that the premises described in said petition are as follows, namely: Certain lands ami premises situate in sairl county ot" Rock Island, to-wit That certain tra t or parcel of land bounded and described aa follows, to wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of the northeast quarter of sec tion twenty-seven t27. in township seventeen 17) north of range three (3) west of the fourth principal merid ian; thence running east twenty (20) chains, more or less, along the south line of sairl Quarter section to a point therein distant twenty 20) chains west from the southeast corner Of sairl quar ter section; thence running north along tlie west line of that oart or sairl quar ter section conveyed by Samuel M. Bo ney to e. 11. Bowman by deed bearing date Nov. 2". A. D. 186S, anrl said line prolonged northerly ten (.10) chains, more or less, to the center of the pub lic road: thence running west along the center of the public road twenty t2o chains, more or less, to the west line of said quarter section; thence running south along the w st line of said quar ter section ten ci" chains, more or less, to the place of beginning. Also the east half of the southeast quarter of section twenty-right i-M. in said township seventeen ti7. north of range three 3 west of the fourth principal meridian; lot two (2) and the west half of the south half of lot tht'co ( :! 1 of the subdivision of the north half of the southwest quarter of said sec tion twenty-seven i27): ami tlu- undi vided half r.f lot rive tr, . in block thirty-six (3(1), in the town of Andalu sia. Now, unless you shall personally bo ami appear before the said court en th.- first day of the term thereof, to be holden at tie- court house In the city of Ro.-k Island, in the county of Rock Island and state of Illinois, on the tirst Monday "f August. A. D. 1804, to which time ami place the sairl summons is made returnable, and plead answer or demur to the petition in sahl proceed ing filed .that the satin- will be taken for confessed against you anrl decree entered accord Ingly. Dated at Ro.-k Island, Illinois, this first day of July. A. D. 1804. HEN it, n. ill m;.io. CI CURTIS, rk of Said Court. Solicitor for Petl- HENRY t inner. Notice of Publication Chancery Stat.- of Illinois, Rock Island Coun Court, September ty In the ( Term. 1904. Ircult William Fran ing. George Franing, vs. l. Whipple Dwindle, Isaac Ash ley, ot al.- In Chancery. Affidavit of the unknown residence of the above defendants, I. Whipple Dwinelle, tin- unknown heirs, devisees or assigns of the sairl 1. Whipple Dwin dle, Isaac Ashley, ami the unknown lo irs, devisees or assigns of the said Isaac Ashley, having 1 n tiled in the clerk's other-' of tin- circuit court of said county, notice is therefore hereby given to t s said defendants that the complainants filed their bill of complaint m said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the lith day of July, 1904. and that thereupon a sum mons issued out of said court, wherein sairl suit is now pending, returnable on tin- third Monday in Co- month of Beptember next, as is by law required. Now. unless you. the said defendants above named, I. Whipple Dwinelle, the unknown heirs, devisees or assigns ol tlie sairl 1. Whipple Dwinelle. Isaac Ashley, and Ho- unknown loirs, rlovi sees or assigns of the sairl ISSSC Ash ley, shall personally be anrl appear be fore sahl circuit court, on the tirst day oi the next term thereof, to be holden at Rock Island in and for sairl county, on the IStb day of September next, and plead, answer or demur to the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters ami things there in charged ami stated will be taken aa . onfessed, ami a decree entered against you according to tin- prayer of said bill. GEORGE W. GAMBLE Clerk. Rock Island. HI.. July IT. l!'it. SEARLE v MARSHALL, Complain ant's Solicitors. Notice of Publication Chancery. 'f Illinois, Rock Island Coun Circult Court. September t ss. lu the T. .,-.. 1 'Ol I William Franing. George Franing. vs. William Bruckett, Mrs. Julia Brackett, juiia Brackett. In Chancery the .miiaii o, io'o-i. --.-- above defendant, William Brackett, Im pleaded with tie- anove oei tfn Inli i I'.r.ii keit ami Julia mda nts. Brack- ..ii k.vlnv l, ,-ti f i I il in til.- delta's Ol of- tie.'- of the circuit court of said iuni y, notice is therefor. Aid non -l-csidi lit hereby given to the defendant that He pnmnliiliiinla tiled their bill f com plaint ia sairl COUrt, on the Hide thereof, on the 11th dai ban- of Jul) 1804, ami that thereupon a Bummoni Issued out of sairl court, wherein sail --nit is now pendnig, returnable on tin third Monday in tin- month of Septem ber next, as Is by law required. Now unless you, tin- sairl non-resident do. fen. hint above named, William Brack- ett, foi i shall personal!- ho ana appear im- snid circuit court, on in first day r if at oil pi. the next term thereof, t . . i.i i i .. ..... i i-,.,. i In- hold, u .aid count I.o.k l-I.ioo ii. the ISth day of September next, anrl ad. a 'l - I "I l ill 1 1 1 to tin sa id mnlalnnnt's trill of c o i n I I . ; 1 1 1 . tin mm .1 I I. .. mailer-: nd things t hen iii el.aiu.al and Stated will be taken t s confessed, and a decree " nt red against of B.I I.I I. ill hi a. cording to the pra yer ;; ;r irgk u GAMBLE. b rk. !.... I- I I.....I III lolc 11 1 f t 4 SEARLE A MARSHALL. Complain ant's Srdir-itors. Adsalntat rater's .Notice. Estate of llazr-l Norris. deceased. Tbe undersigned, having been ap point! ,1 administrator of the estate of Hax 1 Norris, late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here by gives notice that it will appear be fore tin- county court of Roek Island county at tha county court room, in the city of Rock Island, at the Septem ber term, on the lirst Monday in Bep tember next, at which time all persons having claims against aald e tats ara notified and requested to attend forthe purpose of having the BSSM adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to th- undersigned. Dated this 2.:rd day of June, A. D. CENTRAL TRUST & SAYINGS BANK, Administrator. By H E. CA8TEEL, Us President, M en i R v - M'ENLRY, Solicitors. Administrator's Kotlee. E.-tate of Peter Carstrns, deceased. The undr rslgned, having boss ap pointed arlrr. iii ist ra t or of the ei- tate of p.-t. r Carstens, iate of tlie county of Rock Island, state r.f Illinois., d- -asd. hereby gives notice that he will ap pear before the county court of Rock Island county at the county court mom, in the city of Rock Island, at tbe Br tember term, on the tirst Monday in September next, al which time all person- having claims against said es.t.ite aie notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having tbe same adjust ed. Ail parsons indebted to said es tate are requested to make Immediate payment to thr- undersigned. Dated this 23rd dav of June. A. D. 1904. OEORGE CARSTENS, Administrator. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN on real estate secur ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Swee ney, attorney, rooms 33-35, Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Island. WE make a specialty of loaning money on household goods, horses, wagons, etc.. without removal and in a quiet way. Call on us for quick loans. Fidelity Loan company, room 3S, Mitchell & Lynde block. EDl'CATIOSAL. AUGUST ANA COLLEGE Business de partment. A thorough business training given for entry Into com mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap ply at Augustana college. VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school conducted for girls by the sisters of the Visitation. Rudimentary and hi.nhor branches and all polite ac complishments taught. Twentieth Street and Fifteenth avenue. Rock Island. PRINT1MJ. AMI'S 7o cents per lOO, round corners $1 per 100 invitations, note, letter beads and envelopes printed at rea sonable prices Embossing and color work on line stationery. Now phone 5(H'.. Bleuer Bros.. 1011 Seventh avo n tie. Rock Island. MBSCRLL INEOITS. IF TOU W A NT to biiyTTirtrrr rent anything, engage help or secure n situation, th,. Mall is the one pa per in Moline that can do it for von. Mail wants are popular anrl Mail wants bring results. One-half cent per word is the iirieo to all alike, cash in advance; I -cent stamps will do. Evening and Saturday Mall. Moline. RAILWAYS AMI STEAMERS. CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND PAeCIIOC Railway Tickets may bo purchased nt tho city ticket office. D2: Second avenue, or c. R. I. ,c p. depot. Firth av enue, foot ot Thirty-first street. 'Phone west 1088, west 1423. FRANK II. PLITMMER. C P. A. Trains. I East. WestT Denver Limited A I I Omaha 'd 3:45 am a C:GDam Ft. Worth, Denver I i. Kansas City... Id !i:2o am!rllO::!0 rm Mlnneapol i - . id 8:18 am a, 9:lo pm uat enport s chi- cago Omaha & Mimic- .1 7:40 am d 7:00 pm ROOMS Ml 2 :4r nm'a 8:00am Colorado Omaha. Id 1 : 10 pmjd 10 : 1 0 pin i 'os .ioincs ,v- Mna- ha al2.3.ri amid 9:&0 am Denver, Lincoln & Una ha a 3:40 am'd 3:00 nm l:5fi pmjd 7:00 am Des Mr it ties Express st. Paul Minne apolis Denver. Ft. Worth a 3:40 am d 9 : 1 T. pm r.- Kansas City . . a. 5:1!" am .110:30 pm d 7:10 am d 3 :25 pra 2:00 pm .1 7:10 am 9:50 am Kansas City. St. Joe A California Ro.k Island si Washington Chicago ,t Des Moines Rock Island AL- Brooklyn Accom Omaha Omaha & Des Moines Cedar Rapida al- Tipton all:10 pm al2:50 pm d 1 :55 pm a 4 :5S pm a 6:46 pm il 6:05 pm a 2:42 pm d 4 :30 pm .110:37 nm Rock i. la ml A Peorln llhKlnu. Trains leave Twentieth street sta tion. Main lino trains start from main depot on Fifth avenue ii minutes in nd- vanr f time given. Trains. Leave. I Arrive. Peoria, Springfield, St. L.. fnd'pls, .. Peoria Express Pr o. i.,. i ndpls, Cln. Bloomington . . Sherra rd Accom. . . cable Sberrard Accom , Cable & Sberrard. . . 8:10 am 8:48 pm 7:20 pm 0:55 pm 1:45 pm!ll:1r. am 8:80 am v :4.a ..in fi:4.-. am I 8:80 pm S:4.r. pm 2:20 pm u arrival, d departure, dally, ex cepl Bunday. CHICAGO, BURLINGTON A QUINCT Depot. Second avenue and Twentieth street. T'r lephone, old liso, new 617o. M. J. YOUNG. Agent. Tra ins. I Leave. Arrive. St. Louis. Spring field, Gab sburg. 1 Vorla. Qulncy . . Sterling, Mendota ami Chicago St. Louis. Kansas 'It y. Denver anrl Pacific coast . . . . Sti rling and points intermediate . . . . Dubuque, Clinton. La Crosse, St. Paul. Minn, and northwest I Mi ii I on. I mi I ui pie . . Clinton and inter 6:40 am 6:40 am 6:50 am 6:.r.0 am 7:15 pm 7:15 pra s7:20 pm 7:20 pm 7:40 pm 7:20 am 6:30 am 6:05 pm mediate points 10 am 6 :T,r, pm stoti at Rock Island SS minutes for minis. daily except Sunday. CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ft ST. PAUL Railway D., r. i. & N. w. passen ger station at foot of Seventeenth street. S. I!. STODDARD, Agent. P. L. Hlnrlcbs, commercial uyent, 303 Brady street. Davenport. Tra i lis. I Leave. I Arrive. Clinton. Dubuque, I 7:00 amj 8:50 pm 4:15 amj 10:35 pm 10:35 pml 4:15 am St. Paul. Mil waukee. Chicago. Elgin and Chicago, is. W. Limited i . . M a sea t i ne, Wash ington. Kansas City iS. W. Lim ited) M uses t i in , Wash ington, Kansas City Fulton. Savanna, Elgin, Chicago . . Fulton, Savanna, Dubuque 5:38 amj 11:60 pm 11:50 pmj 5:3Sant 3:30 pmll:50 am 3:4.-. pmll:40 am Clinton. Cedar Rapids, Omaha, Frceport . . . . rlail pt Bunday. ACME PACKET COMPANY Dnlly line for Clinton anrl all points between. STEAM BR CITY OF WINONA. Arrive 10:90 a. m., Davenport; leave 3 p. m. Arrive 10:4.", a. m.. Rook Island; leave 3:1.. p. m. For rates arnl further Information, apply to F. W. BLACK, Agent, Ro. k Island. III. CARNIVAL CITY PACKET COMPART tfurilngxon aim mtr rmr nisw puraia. STEAMER HELEN' BLAIR, .ir.ci Moiidav. Wednesday and Fri day at 4 p m. Leave Sunday lor Muscatine oruy at 4:30 p. in. I-or rates and runner information. apply to F. W. BLACK. Agent, Rock Island, 111. FOKSLLFOIVTS 8STKF Till; WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE. For S(. Louis hrid points between, boats will leave at m. June 23. 27, 80, July, 3, 6, :. 12, 16, 21, 24, 27. 30. Aug. 2, 5, 8, 11. 14, 17, 20. 23. 88, ZS. FOI St. Pa .1 and points bet wren, boats will leave at 11 a. rn. June 23, 8S, 2'J. July 2. X. 11, 14. 17. SO, 23. 26, J'J. Aug. 1. 4, 7. IS, 13. 18, 19, 22, 88, 2S. GEORGE LA MONT, Agent. Office. 115 Seventeenth street. I'ele phone, old 1105, new 6106.