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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1904. fc.i i iwiiii i in i mi ,,n mi. WfcsW a Comet 6 This' tho sky come tho star of health to the weak and fsmsus rsmsay does for thaftom weary despoo dent dyspeptic. ch that which It U unable to 4 for curing all ilemieh Itself. evea If bat lightly alsordsrsa r verauraeBea. troubles and digestive disorders Kodol upplles the natural Juice of dlrestlon and does the work of the stomach, ralaxicr tho nervous tsr.sloa. whilo tho Inflamed muscles and mimbwnei of that organ aro allowed to rest and heal. It cures Indigestion, flatulence. palpitation of the heart. nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying and strengthening the glands. membranes of the stom ach and digestive organ. Tver mIo Caa lastly Tea. Be?Ui nty. 11.00 Sit hoidln 5M lh trial ue. wnicn Mils for 50. , T7ni at C. t. BtVITT 4 CO, CUUMb Summer in Colorado Hunting, fi.shltij. camping out. I.ow rate excursions ;ill Bummer. Take the Colorado Flyer on the Sevntoc Fe A Iiriii'l train no excess fare - t l'm li'i), Colorado Springs ami Pnvcr. Luxurious observation Pull mans, library -suio'itig aul chair cars. ftil hook. t h H "A "o'iralo Summer." N-ii'Ut--Sr;l m -y-r, ucn. gt. Tpi -1" I :i shir. -nth Una, Ixfee Hock Island. Homeseekcrs' Excursions VJA SOUTHERN RAILWAY la i miuci'lion wi'.h the -Queen JL: Cres cent Koiite. to certain p -iiits in Ala Lama, ( ;-ii Florida. .North tine South Carolina. Kent ie-hv, M is.is inju, Ten ncs.-i'f and Virginia on t lie FIRST AND TIII!'T Tl.'KS DAVS I.N" EACH MoNTII. May to Na inlu r, 1904, inclusive, at the very I'iw rale of one fare for the round trip, plus Ticket.-, are pood point'' 15 dus. ami for stop-overs moth of the Ohio river, with final lim it for return of 21 days from date of rale. On the sane dates no-nay f-ettlers' tickets ill lie sold to points in tLe f-ame territory at one-half tirt class rates, plus $- from Ohio river gate ways. For rates, schedules and full infor mation, call on your nearest ticket npent, or write to J. S. McCiiiioucrh., .'. V. 1. A., 23 Dearborn street, Chi capo. 111. For information about farm lands, luisiness locations, etc., write T. Ti. Thackston, a pent. I-and and Industrial Department, 225 Dearborn street. Chl eapo. 111. or ii. li. Alleu, A. O. 1 A., St. Louis, Mo. I - Northern Michigan r Transportation Co. Steamers "Illinois." "Kansas" and the new steel steamship "Missouri." Four Weekly Sailings to all northern Michigan resorts. D.oily to Pcntwater, Ludington and Manistee. Rock Island to Charlevoix, Petoskey, Bay View and Har bor Springs and return, $20.50 Mackinr.c Island and return, S22.50 p Mt.ALN AND BKKTII INCH 1KI. For folders and tickets. se F. II. PLUMMER., v. r. a., c it. i. jl p. it. ;. Reck Island, HI. STENGEL IS STILL AT HEAD e-EIccted President of the Liquor Dealers' Association. The -rh annual meeting of the .iquor Dealers' Protective association if the thirty-third district at Kewanee .estenlay was largely attended. From Rock Island and Moline delegates went ver the Burlington in a special train. The convention was called to order .t ln:. a. m. in Mechanics' hall by )!iav Stengel, of Rock Island, pres ident of the district board. J. P. Brady, of Kewanee, was elected chair man, and A. I). H iesing, of Rock Isl tnl. .secretary. Following organiza :oii. M tyoi C. IZ. O'Connor, of Ke .arn e, delivered an address of wel come. After the mayor s address the ouune business was disposed of and hi? fallowing deleates o the state o:i vent ion. which meets at Belleville Sept. 2', were elected: Hock Island. .John Ohlweiler. Gus av Krenge, A. U. Huesing. S. McMa- on. Fred iJeWahl Iouis Mizer, M. Sievers, John "liman. A. (). Edgar; Moline. Joseph Johnson. August Paul- son, Peter McClerck; Kewanee, V. I. .Ihgulre. August DeClerck. The district board was constituted as follows: President--(Juslav Stengel, Rock Isl and. Vice president John Ohlweiler, itoek Island. Treasurer P. J. Brady, Kewanee. Corresponding s'-eretary August Paulson. Moline. II' cording ser-reiury A. I). Huesing. Hock Island. The business m. eting was followed y a banquet served in Eiederkranx's ial!. Addresses v re made by J. I.. :.';as. of Rock Island, and C. K. Eadd. )f Kewanee. Tlu- deh'gates visited the plant of the Western Tube works. I!k le.-xt nieeiing will be held in Mo line. Skull Fractured in a Fall. Many Long, aged In years, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Eong, Thirty irst street, is p covt ring from injuries received by failing from a Iongview d reel car Monday evening at Four teenth avi nue, ;md Thirtieth street vhile the car was wait1 m for an Elm stree; car. The hoy was taken to the 'lome of his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. ('lit is I Ienuann. in an uncon a ious condition and upon examination I was found there was a slight frac- ure of the skull. IN SI HANCK. IRE. ACCIDENT AND I'l.ATK OEASS Insurance. Ooldsrnith A.- McKee. Peo ples National bank building. Tele phone wet.1 1 INSl'RANCE on dwelling's and house hold K 'ods a spei ialtv. Oldest and t:est companies, lowest rates. C. R. Chamheriin. Mitchell & Lynde block. "I'hone 1030. PLEASANT F. CON Real estate and insurance. Old lire oomoanics repre sented. Your patronage solicited. 'I'hone union t3. Otttco over Thomas' drug store. UENNE1TS Insurance Afroncy Fire, life, aceblent. health and plate elass. Real estate and lniui Room 2. l'.u fird block. Residence 'phone union 3;i. ottlce union 113. TORNADO INSCRANCE Rates for city properly, 20 cents per $l"i one year, 40 cents per Jln three years, CO cents per JK'H five years. Call or address O. R. Chamberlin, agent. Mitchell & Lynde building. HAVES & agency, pani'-s. tornado, form of CI. E A V ELAND The pioneer Old time and lire tested com Fire. lightning, plate glass, accident, life, or almost any k. (Jround floor office 210 to 21 S Eighteenth street. WE WILL ROND YOl Executors', administrators', guardians", trustees', or any kind of Judicial bonds; lodge and society ottlccrs; city, state or t. S. government otlicials; contractors, positions of trust; in fact, any kind of bond you want (except hail bonds). Terms reasonable. Hayes t Cleave land. resident managers Fidelity & Deposit company, of Maryland. CLAIRVOYANT. MADAM HOWARD Full readings 25 and 50 cents. Room 12. McKinnie ! block, corner Fifteenth street and Fourth avenue. Entrance on Fif teenth street. Moline. F H : THIS WE will ma ko a t t :!l reading t i . i s a d e r 1 1 s j a s t . pres n ' IIK ONLY (.Me t ii Stella eduction to rents for a to everybody bringing nicnt with them. Your and future revealed to rioie is nothing hidden from this wond'ifuKv gifted woman. 2i: Sixteenth street. MAPAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clairvoyant Tells you the past, present and future correctly. Tells you everv tiling pertaining to busi ness, marriage, divorce, love affairs, sickness, death, accidents and every thing of interest. One call will prove her wonderful accura'-v. Office hours from 1 to li p. m. 705 Fourth ave nue. Take the Hlue line. west. HOTELS ANIJ REPORTS. LAS VEtlAS HOT SPRINC.S Located h.7i7 fet above the u All year round resort. A perfect place for rest. For particulars. Hiilrrss Ie Danid S. IVrklna. seticsl dtreetW Las km .N. U j UKATIVt; ANO PI.VMBINO. icilANNON. PElTRY& CO. Heating i and plumbing along scientific lines. I Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt ! attention. 114 West Seventeenth: street. "Phone 114s. I REAL ESTATE. E. J. BURNS City and country real state. If you have property for sale, list it with me If you want to buy I will de mv best to get you what vim want. Room 11. Mitchell & i.vr..le bb-k. Telephone 1191. ART DECOR ATIOX. 'A III DoN et SoN Artistic interior dce-evr ation Fir-st line of late pa-pe.-r carrieei ami skilb-d workmen em ployed. Moderate prices, 417 Sev enteenth street. EYPKESS. STORAGE. BIS AND CAR. uTirurs tiTasfeiVcVimtan W-si Seventeenth street. Old 'phone lr.37. new "phone 5K.v New storage buiidir.g. Express, baggnge. 'bus and cab calis answered day or night. I.AlMiniES. llc-xK ISIVNO STEAM LAUNDRY P.iuersfehl A Sexton. proprietors. Fine finish and 'juick service. 1S14 Third avenue. TLone west 1293. FOR BEM ROOMS. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for lifrht hou.-:ekt-.pinp. at 11 IS Second avtnue. FOR RENT Furnished room, with all modern convenience-!, at Sl& Second avenue. FOR RENT Star 11' k. f i s '. Nii-. larre etlice rooms In Appiy at once. Allt-n, My- FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 14M0U Third avenue; entrance on Four teenth street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for Iipht li(iii kfc pine: also sleeping rooms, at 143 Second av--mie. FOR RENT Two rooms suitable to; ln at 410 Seventh furnished front lisht housekeep street. FOR RENT Two or thrt- furnished or unfurnished rooms, m wood loraiuui. lirst floor, homelike surroundings, at Mm Third averine. FoR R.'-INT Thie, n:v-ly lurnislod r'pomf. one up stairs and tw. down stairs; near business district. Ad dress '. E., eiire Art'iis. FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms, with modern cmivenienees. one block from Elm stret ear line, suitable for nil kinds of general housekeeping. Call at M7 Twenty-ninth street. FOR RENT Room suitable for barber shop on corner of Rook Island house; small ground floor office room on Sev enteenth street, rear of Rock Island house: also splendid office room on office floor of Rock Island house. FOR RENT Second floor in new brick building r. i x 1 o . Rriyht. airy. lias railroad track to buildinjr. Handy to all depots. Centrally located. Ele vator. Low insurance Inquire at southeast corner Twent v-fourth street and Third avenue. Rook Island. 111. FOR REXT HOUSES. FOR RENT Inquire R -Seven room modern house, idy Eros., agents. FOR RENT Four-room cottage. In ipiire New l'anitoiium club. 103 Scc oml avenue. FOR RENT A six-room Hat. Inquire at l'a'l Fourth avenue. ;.-oige F. S' hmale's shoe store. FOR RENT Five-room cottage at 421 Twelfth street. Inquire at New I'ani torium club, 1D01I Second avenue. FOR RENT A five-room cottage, with modern improvements, at 201 Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire at 2934 Fifth avenue. FOR RENT Two-story frame building with store front, corner Fourth ave nue and Sixteenth street. Inquire of Charb-s ;. Wulff, Seals. 111. FOR SALE- "ITV PROPERTY. FOR SALE Five-room cottage, and store room attached; center of city; c heap, if sold scion. Apply to Gordon Ac liowmaii. FOR SALE Rest bargains in lots on Twenty-fifth street and Tenth ave nue if taken at once. Easy payments. Inquire Reidy liros. FOR SALE Very beautiful new house in Twenty-third street: all modern, hot wa'er beat, east front. .".0-foot lot. Price. $4. H. K. Walker. FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots in the Dart Twenty-second street addition. For terms, inquire of R. S. Dart. Jackson & Hurst's office. Ma sonic temple. FOR SALE Oood large seven-room house on Seventeenth street, near Tenth avenue; lias sewer, watt r. bat h. gas. all in good repair. Price, $3,000. H. K. Walker. FOR SALE The residence on southeast corner of Fortieth street and Eighth avenue. Also several tine lots adjoin ing. Pri'-o very reasonable. Inquire on premises. Mrs. Phebe Iirooks. FOR SALE One 1" the best new houses on Tweiity-tii-st street. Sturgeon addi tion ; a 1 1 modeiTi.wi t h t crept ion hal 1. a nd hardwood floors all over house. 15eau tnul location. Price-. fi.tlO'i. H. K. Walker. I-oR SALE New modern seven-room cottage, bain l''x24. with two lots, on Twelfth street, one block from car: $2. ram. Also r.ii lots requiring no t'lling or trrnding. from J22" to $;;ihi. V. Rohi"--on South Rock Island. Old 'phone 709 K. FOR SALE Twenty-six fine lots in W. E. Pa i lev's ball park addition on Twelfth "street, between Fourteenth and Sixteenth avenues, ranging from f32." to jaao. cash fir on monthly pay ments $2.". clown. Apply 1612 Eigh teenth avenue, old 'phone W. 6.. FOR SALE FARM PROPERTY. FOR SALE A six-acre farm with good orchard and small house in South IIHtcMs, south of Twenty-fourth street. Inquire at S28 Twenty-second street. F SALE 1 have 2n choice' pieces of 1 and farms, any number of acres iri'd. in Indian Te rritory, for sale la l: ,t p s ranging I nun 5i to ?: i an This land is being snapped up i.ipidlv. A wee k ago last Friday one train 'of 12 ears. loaded down, left .! tiskoe, e. mostly land si'ik-rs. It had tour sleep.-rs and every berth was taken. This shows the demand to, ticc hinds. Join one- of our I'leap rate- e xcursions and go s-e for vo.irse-lt. I also have- a choice list of ianil and farms in Texas and other southwest states. Call and se-e- no-. I ". K. Lamnhef". Rock Island V- Fris co i rum i srra t ion aire-nt. room 12. Mit chell A: Lynde building. Dill iilsTS. ATTENTION. for saleTwo . stores in Dave-np' I u v e-s t i u a t lo u. Si at em e Adelres N. w York Life In r tlire.. Kood drug rt. They will bear e- ial terms if taken F V. Krihst. 7'1 lilding. Omah.i. N1. LOST AMI FOl'MK l.e T I, 1 T P.e-ka ire con ta in i i : T-, t bather ph-ee. I 1 7 1 . S- co-il i venue-. ig music ;in.l ase- re-turn to L 'ST au.l ! a- t ii ir At uniT eef Se vi nt'e nth stre.-t d ave r.'ii'. a string of jrdd rider re turn to 7:'.' Twenty t and re-i-e-ive re ward. 1 str. l.oST P.etwc.'i Fifth and Sixth ave nues and Elm street nvat market. lalie-s" silver watch with pin. Finder re turn to 3'.el3 Eighth avenue and ic i . : r wa i d. Fl'EI. EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY Whole-sale and retail dealers In bi tuminous and anthracite coal. Prompt delivery service. Office, lets First avenue. Telephone west 1290. n KER1E. HOME P.A K ERV 2""" hifth avenue. llmi'-mii't" t'Piul. pie-s anel cakes. Prompt delivery to all parts of the eitv. Special orders solicited. Old 'phone T.ei X. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. BEIGSTlOMOlTNONCajn ors and builders. Shop 1418 Thirty Second street. 'Phone 5370. FRANK SIMMONS Bulldinfr and re pairing. Residence anel shop. S31 'wlfth street. old phone west &46- new 'phone JOHN VOLK : CO. Contractors and builders. Alo manufacturers of lush, eioors. blinds and mouldings. Dealers In plate window and art frUss. Offices and factory. 311 to 129 Eighteenth street. WASTED MALE HELP. WANTED Six good tinners. An all winter's job. Answer with reference. Comstock - Castle Stove company, Quincy. 111. WANTED Man of neat appearance, married man preferreel. permanent position ami chance- for advancement to right partv. Call at room 1. Y. M. C. a. building. Friday evening from 7 to S. Saturday from N a. m. to 5 p. rn. WANTED Men to learn barber trade. New and practical method. Free work, careful instructions, few weeks completes: can nearly earn expe nse's before finishing. positions waiting graduates. Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber college. Chicago, 111. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED rantry girls at the Harper house. WANTED At once, at the C. R. I. eS: I' Island depot. a dining room girl . lunch room. Rock WANTED Oirl for light housework, or one who ran take- care- of baby. Apply at 2".14 Fifth avenue-, Thiele's Krocery. WANTED A girl or middb--age.i wo man for gene ral house-work ; no wash ing or ironing. Apply at :!"24 Fifth ave nue, eppiesite the- Rock Island de pot. WANTED Ladles. Our catalogue ex plains how we teach hairdressing. manicuring and facial massage quickly .mailed free. Moler Barber college, Chicago, 111. WANTED A girl between 14 and 10 years, who will go to Mt. Carroll. 111., to remain permanently, to assist in house-work and i-ar- for child. Call at ..3i Twe-nty-third street. WANTED One or two good singers for illustrated songs. Would like to have parties that could dance (white or colored). Girls preferred. Ad dress Entertainment company, 1&07 Second avenue. WANTED Prepossessing young lady, to sell tickets with an established dramatic company one vvhei is am bitious to go on the stage. Small sal ary and all expenses paid. Address Day Dayso Nye, Ucncseo. 111. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Roll top desk. Inquire 140.". Fourth avenue, or call 71, four rings, old 'phone. WANTED Parties desiring board ami room in private- family, with bath. Imiuire at Mo Third avenue-. WA NT E D 1? a rd. and or both unfurnished: Addre-ss "S. M.." cure two rooms. one strictly modern. A I gus. WANTED A furnished room, with privilege of light housekeeping; lo-cate-d on car line-. Miss M. F. Baker, Ji Fifteenth street. WANTED Parties desiring room and board in private- family; modern con veniences: half block from street car. Address "S.." 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 Partner, to open office in Rtck Island or Davenport; good proposition to a hustler. Ri feie-nces exe lianu-e .). Address V. J. Fay. 172 1 West Thirtv-sixth street. Los An gel, s. Cal. WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday Rest rooms at 1MSH; Third avenue-, near Y. M. C. A. building. Oood home cooked dinner from 11:30 to 2. Supper Saturday only from ft to S p. m. We exist for accommodation, n.ef profit. Rooms open all day to ladies for rest. PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEY'S. JACISeNTTu FFORD At- torncvs-nt-Law. office jn Rook Isl and National bank building. SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys and counselors at law. Abstracts of title. Office in Bengston block. SEARLE eS: MARSHALL Lawyers. Money to loan on good real estate se curity. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock Island, 111. H. M. McCASKRIN Attorney-at-Law. Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island otlle-e in Be-ngston block. Milan office on Main street. JAM ES F. MURPHY Attorney at law. (ictie-ral legal practice. Ottlce room 13. Mitchell i- Lynde building. Union Electric 'phone 5601. LUDOLPII C- REYNOLDS Attorneys-at-Law. Money to loan. General le gal business. Notary public. 1705 Second avenue, Buford block. McENTRY & McENIRY Atorneys at law. Loan money on good security; make collections. References. Mitch ell & Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell A: Lynie building. CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys-at-Law. N. A. Larson, Swedish Ad vokat. Office, over Crampton's book store. 1719 Second avenue. Pensions, Loans. I'atents. etc. PHYSICIANS. DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeo pathic physician. Special attention to diseases of women and children; also diseases of eye, nose and throat. Office hours. 9:30 to 2 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. 32 Sixteenth street. Rock Island. ARCHITECTS. LEONARD DRACK Architect and su perintendent. Skinner block, second floor. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.; 4 to 5:30 p. m FLORISTS. HENRY OAETHJE Proprietor Chlp piannock nurserv. Cut flowers and designs of all kinds. City store, 1607 Second avenue. Telephene 1110. DENTISTS. J. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office hours 8:30 to 12 m.. 1:30 to 5 p. m. 219 Eighteenth street, opposite Union of fice. Telephone new 5383. PATENTS. PATENT and trademark office, room 14. Mitchell & Lvn.le building. Rock Island. James F. Murphy, associate, branch of Moore & Co.. patent attor neys. Washington, D. C, and Chica go, lit . LEGAL. Sale of Rent K.otatr. Ilv virtue of an orler anil decree of th-"county court of Ro.-k Island coun ty. Illinois, made- on the pe-tite.a "f the ui.eb rsigned, Jame s F. M itpiiy. admin istrator c. t. a. of the estate ot Kathryn M.-Ke-eve-r. elee -ea Se-.i . fe.r le-aV to S 11 the real estate- of said ejee e-.lSe-el. at tie- August te-tm. A. D. ltoet. of said court, to-wit: on the nth dav of August. Re. 4. I shall th- luth dav of S'-ptemb-r ne-xt. betwee-n the hours of 1" o'clo.-k in the- ferenoe.n and 4 o'cb"k in the afternoon, t-e-wi. at the hour ot 2 o'c !' k in the a fte-rnoe.Ti of said .lay, seil at public sal--, at the east door f the- coin t (.. use- mi Ree k l-!.c:.d. in said count v. the r :.l estate rf.-.i r.t.-i as fo! I 'ws. to-wit: The ,.;tct j.apf 2 ) of l-t No. eight i '. in block No. five i. ".'. ia C L tide's addition to the . iiy of Ro k Island, it. Rock Island . ....nty. Illinois, on the following terms, to-wit: Casn in hand at time- of sal- Pit- 1 th.s 1-th dav ..f A'.g'tst. A. I. !e4 JAMES F. MI'RPHY. A'mristr:iror -. t. a. of tlo- K-tate Kathryn M. K er. D--r. a.-. .l Ll'DoLI'H REYNOLDS, Attorneys. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. H. J. TOHER efc CO. Brokers. Daven port. Stocks, grain, provisions, cot ton. Private wire to New York and Chicago. Offices ,109 Main street. Telephone 4v7. GEORGE H. SID WELL & CO. Com mission merchants. Grain, hay and provisions. Members of the Chicago board of trade and Chicago stock ex change. Established 25 years. No. 2 and 543 Hialto building. Long ....tance 'phM Siarrison 2fie.i. LEGAL Exeerutrr4 Notice. Estate of David Sedcrlund. deceased. The undersigned having been ap pointed executrix of the last will and testament of David Sedcrlund. late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illi nois, deceased, here-by gives notice- that he will appear before the county court of Rock Island county at the county court room, in the- city of Rock Island, at the octobe-r term, on the tirst Mon day in October next, at which time all persons having claims against said es tate are notified and rcque st.-d to attend for tlie purpose of having the same adjust.-.!. All persons indebted to said estate are- rc.iu.-ste-d to make- immediate pay ment to the- undersigned. Dated thin Mh day of August, A, P., 10-14. CAROLINE SEDERLl'ND. Executrix. Notice of I'ulelie-nlioii Chancery. State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun ty. ss. " In the Circuit Court. September Term. A. D. It'll. Partition. Ge-ncral No. C.3?9. Etta Conwell, complainant, vs. Robert Conwell, I'atriek Conwell, Catherine Brogan. Jennie- McUinley, William Conwell. Thomas Conwell. James Con well. Margare-t Malsh. Etta Conwell. Robert Coiiwe-11. Hugh Conwell. Belle Conwell. John Conwell. Edward Con well. May Conwell. Mary Conwell. R. J. Mitchell and L. Gilbert, defend ants. Affidavit of non-residence of William Conwell and Thomas Conwell. implead ed with the above named defendants, Robert Conwell. Patrick Con well. Cath erine Brogan. Jennie McGinley, James Conwell. Margaret Malsh. Etta Con well. Robert Conwell. Hugh Conwell, Be-lb- ("unwell. John Con well. Edward Conwell. Mav Conwell, Marv Conwell, R J. Mitche-U and L. Gilbett. having been filed in the cle-rk's otlice of the circuit court of said county, notice is there-fore hereby given to the- said lion resident d.-fendants that the complain ant tiled her bill of complaint in said court, on the c hanccrv side the reof. on the third day of August. I!i04. and that thereupon a summons issued out of said court, wherein said suit is now pend ing, returnable on the third Monday in the- month of September next, as is by law required. Now, unless you. Un said non-resident defendants above named. William Conwell and Thomas Conwe ll, shall pe rsonally be and appear before said circuit court, cm the lirst day of the next term thereof, to be holden at Rock Island, in and for Un said county, on the third Monday in September ne-xt. and plead, answer or demur to the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same- and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, and a ib--cree entered against you according to the praver of saiel bill. GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk. Rock Island. HI.. Aug. 0, 1!'04. JACKSON. HIRST fc STAFFORD. Complaina nt's Solicitors. Notice of Publication. State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun ty ss: In the Circuit Court, September term, Ri" I. In Charc. rv. Elsie Von Mohr vs. Albert Von Mohr. Affidavit of unknown reside-nce of Alfred Von Mohr. the above defendant, having been liled in the- cb-rk's office of the circuit court of said county, no tice' is therefore hereby givi-n to the said defendant that the complainant filed ber bill of complaint in said court, on the chanccrv sid" thereof, on the 4th ehiy of August, pint, and that thereupon a summons issue. 1 out of saiel court, where in said suit ia now pending, returnable en the third Mon day in the' month of S'-ptinibi r iiexi. as is by law r.-uuired. Now. unless v.iu. the said above- nam ed Allied Von Mohr. shall personally bl and appear before said circuit court on the first day of the next term thereof, to be ho hie n at Rock Island, in and for said county, on the- third Monday in Sep tember ne-xt, and plead, answer or de mur to said complainant's bill of com plaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and stateel will be taken as confe ssed ami a decree en tereel against you according to the prayer of said bill. GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk. Rock Tsland. Til.. Aug. 4. 1!04. FRED W. NEAL AND HARRY M. Mc CASKRIN, Complainant's Solicitors. Sale of Real Extale. By virtue of an order and decree of the county court of Rock Island county, Illinois, made on the petition of the un dersigned. George W. Bedford, execu tor of the (state of Sarah Elizabeth Be-dford. decease-d. for b-ave to sell the re-al estate of said deceased, at the July term. A. D. l'.oi4, of said court, to-wit: On the 2th day of July. 1901. 1 shall on the 19th day of August next, between the hours of lo o'clock in the forenoon anil 4 o'clock in the afternoon, to-wit. at the hour of 2 o'clock of saiel .lay. sell at public sale- at t he ea s t door of t he court house in the city of Roe-k Island, in said county, the real estate des.-ribeel as follows. t-wit: The south thirty-four (34) feet of lot six (6. in block sixty one Oil), in Chicago or Lower addition to the city of Rock Island. In Rock Isl and county. Illinois, on the following terms, to-wit: Cash in hand on day of sab-. Dated this 21st dav of July. A. P. lf"4. GEORGE YV. BEDFORD. Executor of the? Estate of Sarah Eliza beth Bedford, dece-ased. F. H. KELLY'. Attorney for Executor. Sale of Real E-elalc. By viittie of an order and ib r of theVounty court of Rock Island county, Illinois, mad.- ..n the p.-titiori of the un dersigned. Anna Sch vv n n--c ker. e-X'-cu-trix .f the estate- of Henry S'-liw-iin ker. eb ase-d. for leave to sdl the real estate of said dec.-ase-d. at the August term. A. D.. I'."it of said rout, to-wit: on tie- 11th day ol" August EMM. I shall on the day of S' ! nili'-r ne-xt. at the- hour of two orlo.-k in the alt-r-lioon of said day. s-11 at public s:.r. at Ho- east entrance ot the- court hous.-. .!i tin- city ..! Rock Is. ami in said countv. the real estate described as follows, to wit : The thir' . nth 1 " 1 1 1 i acre or out !t t h ii t v-s.v e en, i. in th- southwest ejnai te r '4 of se ction t vv-n t y -ti v.- i'2'it. Township nineteen etr,i north. rann one ill. east of ti... fourtii principal m-ridian. e-.pting therefrom the- f..l leewing d. scribed portion thereof, to wit: Commencing in the middle of the stre. t on tiie- north line- of sai'l above eb s. rib.-.i act.-, the r e.- running south Iwi-nly-.'i'.- feel ejl lt.: lie-nee run ning east two li'ineire-.l fet ( ;mi ft.i; th.-nce running west on the- north line of said above el.--., rib. .1 acre-, to th.- pla ef b. i-'i n n i ;ig. in Rock island infv. Illinois, and l.einir th" sam-- pre mises i-scric.l in a ee i tain de ed of .-..;il e-y.'il:' e exc elled by William lle -ir.i' k'- to Lor. t:Z Dilgi-r. b arir.g date 11th dav of S.-pt emb.-r A. D.. 1 " and ded for r "id th.- 2'.ti. dnv ..( S.pf mb.r. A. D. in the ofjic- of the reeotdel ef deeds 111 th" I l.tV f Ro.k Ish.iel and Stat-.- of Illinois, and duly r-e. .-..j.-d in Ro"k in D-e-ls. on t aire L'HT tiie-re of; nn'l a!- n a cer tain deed from Loui-a Z'-'gbr (wife- of l.oieeiz 1'iig'r. d as. d 1 and Km in a Ze-i trier, to He r ry S h vv-nf.er-ke r. wr.i' h deed hear- date Oct. .",th. 1 !.".. anel was o', th- list day of O-tobe-r. A . D. iv;e-. filed for record in th- oftn-e ef the- r-i ord.-r of deeds in th- Coi- ty of R... 1: I-i. ar.d Slut- ..; Illinois, ard dclv re-ec.i-d-d in P.oe.k I'M of de-.-ris. ,,; pig.- 17-i there, t. i'l bid. tig t..e estate- of .! e r of ih- iu.de rj-iicne d. widow said dee-eased, th-rein. or; the fol lowing term, t-.-- it as'i ir. fan.. I I .at.. I this 1 "ti. day of .ii?-jt. A : D . l'e.4. ANNA S c H E N N E" K K E ! E o-.-nt rt of Mo- Estate.- i Henry Se i We htlW-lt'-r. I e. ...a I"..!. j.ii'Kso.N 1 1 1 " RST A STAFI'oRD. At'-oi -nv; s for I'vUtlon-.-r. LEGAL. Notice of Publication State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun- liln the Circuit Court, in and for said cour.tv. In Chancery, September term. A. D. "r.eU. Bill to viulet Title. C. II. Wiilem r. complainant, vs. Charles Dement, if living, and the unknown heirs or devisees of said Charles De ment, if dead, and Dement, his wife; Elias Woodruff, if living, and the unknown heirs or devisees of said Elias WeiodrutT. if dead, and Woodruff, his wife: Mrs. Mar garet Ann Woodruff, if living, and the unknown heirs or devisees of said Mrs. Margaret Ann Woodruff, if d.-ad. and Woodruff, her hus band: John M. Pay if living and the unknown heirs or devisees of raid John M. Dav, if dead, and Jennie E. Dav. his wile; Simon It. Bliss or Sim eon P.. P.liss. if living, and ike un known he irs or devisees of said Si mon B. P.liss or Simeon P.. Bliss, if chad, and Marv M. Bliss or Melinda Bliss, his wife: Arthur W. Ryesse or Arthur W. Rycise. if living, ami the unknown heirs or devisees ot said Arthur W. Ryesse or Arthur . Rve-rsc. if dead, and Mary Ryesse or Marv Rve-rsc. his wife: James Roles, if living, and the unknown heirs or de ise-es of said James P.oies. if dead, jind Boies, his wife; Joseph C. Cubbinsoti or Joseph C. Cubbison. if living, and the unknown heirs or de visees of said Joseph C. Culibinson or Joseph O. Cubbison. if dead, and . "ah I. ms. ui or Cubbison. his wife; Sarah A. Rverse i now Sarah A. McOu. c n. if living, and the unknown heirs or devisees of said Sarah A. McQueen, if dead, and Mc Queen, her husband: Martha T. Ry- rse or Martha T. Rverse e t now Mar tha T. Williams), if living, and the' unknown heirs or devisees of said Martha T. Williams, if chad, and D. 1' Williams, her husband: Lynna inv erse or l.hiiui Ryerse. if living, and the unknown ln-lrs or devisees of said Lvnna Rycise or l.inna Ryersc. if dead, and Rverse. her hus band; E. S. Gaylord. if living, and the- unknown heirs or devisees of said E S. Gavlord. if dad. and Gavlord. his wife: Elijah Carter, it living, and the unknown heirs or de visees of said Elijah Carter, if d-ad. ;,,! Carter, his wife; FranK Clark, fr living, and the unkonwti heirs or d.-visee s of said Frank Clark. if dead, and Clark, his wile; Elizabe th Crosby, if living, and the unknown he-lrs or devisees of said Elizabeth Crosby, if d. ad, Amos B. Oroshv. if living, and the unknown heirs "or .b vis. es of said Amos B. Crosbv. if .lead, and Jennie 11. Cros bv. his wife; Clary Crosby or Clara Crosbv ( now Sprague). if living, ai d the- unknown heirs or .bvis.es t said Clarv Crosby or Clara rosby oiow Sprague. if dead, and Stephen Sprague. her husband; Horace' M. Crosbv. if living, and the unknown heirs 'or devisees of said Horace M. Crosbv. if dead, and Crosbv. his wife: Ella Crosby or Ella M. Crosbv. if living, and the- unknown heirs Vr elevise. s of said Ella Crosby or Ella M. Crosby, if dead, and Crosbv. her husband: lsaas F. Cros bv. if' living, and the unknown heirs or devisees of said Isaac- F. Crosby. if dead, and Crosby, his wile; Hattie Crosby, if living, and the in known he irs or eb vis.-es of said Hat lie Crosbv, if .bad. and Ctos- bv. he r husband: Lottie Crosby, if living and the unknown heirs or de visees e.f said Lottie Crosby, if .b-ad, Crosby. h r husband, be ing unknown owners of the- northeast quart.e-r ( N. E. '4 of section nine CO, and the south half ( S. .j),ot the north half N. 1 -1 of section ten (1m. all in township twenty (2". north, ra litre two t2. east of the -ttii P. M . Rock Island county and state of Illi nois, eb 1 endants. To the above nami'd defendants: Charles D.-ment. and the unknown heirs or devisees of said Charles I - m.i.t ami Dement, bis wile; Elias W IrulT. and the unknown lo irs or devis'-e s of said Elias Woodruff, and YV in iff. his wife; Mrs. Margare-t Ann Woodruff, and the unknown heirs of devis.es of said Mrs. Margar et Ann Woodruff and Woo.li .iff. her husband; .lo in M. Dav. and the un known heirs heirs or d. is. s ol said John M. Day and Jennie I ;. Day. Ins wife: Simon I".. Bliss or Simeon P.. Bliss and the unknown heirs or elivN.es ol said Simon I".. Bliss or Simeon It. Bliss and Marv M. Bliss or Melinda Bliss his wife-: AH hur W. Ryesse ..r Arthur W Rve-rsc- and the unknown Io n s or lb-vise. -s f said Arthur Y. Rve.-se or rth ur W. Rverse and Mary Ryesse or Mari Rverse. his wife; James Boies and the 'unknown heirs or devisi-es of said James Boies and Boies his wife; Joseph C. I'ubbinsoii or Joseph O. Cub bison and the unknown heirs or eb' is. is of said Joseph O. Culibinson or Jos. ph C. Cubbison and - Cub- .in:on or Cubbison his wife; Sarah A. Rse-i.se (now Sarah A. M. -Queen and the unknown heirs or devisees of Sarah V MeQi'ccn and McQueen. I'.'T husband; Martha T. Rverse or Martha T. Rv ei-see (cow Martha Williams) :.t..i llic lllik-'.evli oils or devisees 01 Me.rih.-i T. Williams and 1 '. P. Wil liams h.-r husbanel; Lynna it verse er Liana R - rise and t : unknown heirs or d'-v ' ' s e,: s;'i.l Lynna Ryersc- or Linna , , .-i I UyeTSe. Iter llUS- f.' nd E S. (hivlord and tin- unknown heirs or divis.es of said E. S. Gavlord Gavlord his wife; Elijah Carter and the unknown loirs or devi sees of said Elijah Carter and Carter his wife; Frank Clark and the unknown heirs or il-vls.es of said Frank Chirk and Clark bi-c wife; Elizabeth Crosbv and tin- unknown heirs or devisee's of sahl Elizabeth Cros by: Amos B. Crosby and tie- unknown heirs or devisees e.r said Amos 1 1. Cros bv and J.-nie 11. Crosby his wife: clary Crosbv or Clara Crosby mow Spragio-i and the unknown heirs or devisees of sa id Clarv Crosby or Clara Crosby now Sprn gin-1' a nd Stephen Sprague lu r hus band: Horace M. Crosby and the un known heirs or eb -visee-s of said Horace M Crosbv and Crosby, his wife: Elhi Crosby or Ella M- Crosby, and the unknown lo irs or d v is.-.-s of sahl Ella Crosbv or Ella M- Crosbv. rind the un known heirs or eb-vise-es e.f said Ella Crosbv or Ella M. Crosbv and Crosbv, lie r husband; Isaac F. Crosby, and the unknown heirs or devii ees of said Isaac F. Crosbv rind Cros by, his wife: Hattie- Crosby and the un known he irs or eb vis. i s of said llatiie- Cries!,-,- and Crosby, lo r husband: Lottie Crosbv and the- unknown b.-ir-s or d'-vise e s of said Lottie' Crosby and Crosbv. h.-r husbanel. and 111- unknown owii'-rs c.r tin- northeast .pi.-er-te-r fN.-E. 1 1 "I" Section Nine- Go, and th south half GS. -. t of the- north half ( N. ' 1 of the- south half (S. V. ) of S.e-tiori 'J'eri (1'n. !l in Township Twe-ntv (2" 1. North Range Two (2i. ast of the j;'i p. M. in the county of Rock Island and State- e.f Illinois. AflidHvit of rion-reside -rn e having been filed in the office of the; Clerk of said Court, notice; is hereby givn to you and each "f you that the above named eompla ina fit has tib-d in said court his bid of e-ornplatnt against you on the e-hari' i-rv sid'- of the- court, wfo -rein said suit i now pending; that a summons in chancery has been ivsueel In said court against you. re-1 11 rn.i 1 ! tee th- n X t I c ITU e,f sahl CO'llt 1'e be betruii and he ld in th- Citi' of R'-' k Isl and in s;,id eouutv. on the third Mon dav'iri Se j .tembi r. A. P.. P.04. at whi' h tim'- H'.il pbo-e- vou are lo ph-ad. ans wer e.r de rnur t' said tiill e,f complaint, if Mill See tit Date.! at Ro'-k P-Iand. 111.. Aug. 9. A. i. BOM (.y(v(.v Y. GAMBLE. clerk "f Said Court. CRROLL BROS. AND I.t DOLPH A.- REYNOLDS. Corni'laina.M's Soli' ito!.-. Eeeiior' Notice. Estate of Henry W. Ileal, de-c'-aseei. The undf rsigr.i 'l. having, been ap pointed ex'ci.irix of the- last will .-'rid testament of H-nrv W. peal, late of the countv f Rock Island, deceased, h-re-by riven n-"'tice that h-e will appear be fore the county court of Roe; It Island -our.tv at th nmntv ciurt roorn, in tie- ritv of P.o-k s!..r:'l. .'it the- O. fi ber t-rm. "it the hrst Mondar in Oc tober next, at whbh time- ail persons 'having claims ar;air:t said esta'e are I Miiifii-i! jii.l i-.e'rie-st'e'l to atte nd f'-rtlie purpose "f having the pami al ju.-ted. All persons Indebted to fald t-tatf-are reciuested t'e make Imrnt-diate pay-me-nt to Die undert-igned. Datd this i'r,,i ,!.,,- of Aus'ist, A. D. 13 jt. SARAH A. PEAL, Executrix. MONET TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN on real estate socur. ity at lowest rates. Marion E. Swee ner, attorney, rooms 33-3a, 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 efc Lynde block. EDUCATIONAL. AUGPSTANA COLLEGE Business de partment. A thorough business training given for entry Into com mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap ply at Augustaua college. VILLA PE CHAXTAL A home school conducted for girls by the Sisters of the Visitation. Rudimentary and higher branches and all polite ac complishments taught. Twentieth street and Fifteenth arenue. Rock Island. PRINTING. CARPS 75 cents per 100. round corners Jl per 1 00 invitations, note, letter heads and envelopes printed at rea sonable prices. Embossing and color work on line stationery. New phone f.615. ltleuer Bros., 1011 Seventh avo nue. Rock Island. MISCELLANEOUS. IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent anything, engage help or securo a situation, the Mail is the one pa per in Moline that can do it feir you. Mail Taants are popular and Mail wants bring results. One-half cenl r'er word is the price to all alike, casli 11 advance; 2-cent stamps will do. Evening and Saturday Mail, Molino, RAILWAYS AND STEAMERS. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC? Railway 1 tckets may be purchased at the cltv ticket office, 1S29 Second avenue, or C, R. I. & P. depot. Fifth av enue, foot of Thirty-first street. 'Phone west 1(i93. west 1423. FRANK 1L PLUMMER. C. P. A. Trains. I East. Went. Denver Limited efc I I Omaha jd X:45am'a 2:65am Ft. Worth. Denver I .'v Kansas City :d ." : 2" a m d 1 ' : I ') ptu Minneapolis . . ... .1 7:1.1 am a 9:1" put Davenport & Cut- I e auo !d 7:11 am d 7:00 pui Omaha & Minne- I I apolis dl2:45amla 8:00 am Colorido ,v Omaha, d 1 : 1 o pm d 1 0 ::!( iun li.-s .Moines A: Oma ha al2:3Sam!d 9:50 am Derive r. Lincoln & Omaha a J :40 amid l:(in am Pes Moines Express l:tS pm d 7:00 am St. Paul efc Minne apolis Denver. Ft. Worth .V Ka nsas 1 'it v . . . Kansas City. St. J...- ii California. Ro.-k Island -At Washington Chicago i Des Moines a 1:40 am d 8:15 pm 1 ,":1.1 am!d!0:40 pm all:10 pm al2:50 pm d 7:10 am d 1:25 pm 2:00 pro d 1:55 pm Ro. k Island &. I Brooklyn Aecmn.la 4:ri! pm.l 7:10am Omaha ja 5:45 pmj 9:50 am Omaha &-. Des I ( Moines d 8:05 pm a 2:42 pm Cedar Rapids & Tipton nlO:37am'd 4:30pm Itoek Inlnml Peoria Dhliloa. Trains leave Twentieth street sta tion. Main lino trains start from main depot on Fifth nvenuo D minutes In ad vance of time given. Trains. J Leave. Arrive. Peoria. Springfieldd I St. L.. lnd'p's. ...1 R lOainl 9:40 pm Peoria "s St. I ,.nii' . I 7:"pml .'. :."..'. pin Peoria, indrds. C111. I I Ploiim i in.' 1 on .... l:-1!)rmi'll:lSam She rrard Ac-em. ... l:S0am! 8:45 p. m Cable .si Sherrard I I A. -com ! 6:4a am 8:4.r. pm Cable eV Shcrra rd. . . 3:30 pm 2:20 pm a an "v.-il. el departure, daily, ex-re-pt Sunday. CHICAGO. BURLINGTON - Ql'INCT D'-fiot, Second avenue and Twentieth street. Telephone-. ofM IPSO, uew 6170. I". eVRIPDEI.L. o.mt. Trains. ' Leave. Arrive. St. Louis. Sprlng- fie hi. Galesburg, Peoria, Quincy . . Sterling'. Mendota and Chicago St. Louis. Kansas Cit y. I enver and Pacific coast Sterling nnd points lnti-rmediate . . . . Dubuque, Clinton, La Crosse-, St. Paul. Minn, and :40 am I 6:40 am :S0 am 5:50 am 7:1S pm 7:15 pm B:30 am S7:2I pm 7:21 pm northwe st 7:30 pm! C linton, I labuqui' Clinton and inter mediate points 7:15 am 7:03 pm 7:15 ami 7:05 pm s stop at Ro. k Island for meals. -daily except Sunday. CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL Railway p.. R. I. & N. W. passen-ge-r station nt foot of Seventeenth stree t. S. B. STODDARD. Agent. P. L. Hinrlchs. commercial ugent, 303 Brady street. Davenport. Trains. "Leave. Arrlv" Clinton. DubU'iue, St. Paul. .Mil waukee, Chicago. Elgin and Chicago, 1 S. W. Limited I . . Muscatine, Wash ington. Kansas Citv IS. W. Lim it..)) Mus.-ii I i nt;, Wash ington, Kansas City Fulton, Savanna, Eluin, Chicago . . Fulton, Savanna, Dubuque Clinton. Cedar Rapids, Omaha, Fi e port 7:00 ami pm 4:15 am 10:15 pm 10:21 pm 4:15 5:18 am 11:6 11:59 pm 1:18 I;I0 pm H:Bi 3:4". pmlll:40 daily except Sunday. ACME PACKET COMPANY Dally Ilns for Clinton and all points between. . I f - 1 .JTt jCt' jJl. 'ayrA-e-,faifcW'e-.'aMi STEAMER CITY OF WINONA. Arrive 10:30 a. m.. Davenport; leave 3 Arrive 10:45 a. m., Kock Island; leave 3:1 - I'- "' . For rates anu luriner iniormaLioa, q.ly to F. W. BLACK. Agent. a 1 nor k jkihii.1, Ait. CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO.MPANT Burlingteeri ;inl intermediate points. STEAMER. HELEN BLAIR. Leave s Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 4 p rn. Leaves Sunday for Muscatine only at 4 : r;e p. in. For rates and further information, apply to F. W. BLACK. Agent, Rock Island, HI. THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE. For St. Louis and points between, boats will b-ave- at II a. rn. Aug. 2, 5, 8, 11. II. 17, 2". 2.':, 2'.. Z'J. . for St. Paul anel points between, b.ats will ha-'- a 1 l! ;t. rn. Aug. I. 4, 7, 10, IZ. i'J, Be, 22. 2.1. 2-. GEORGE LA MONT. Agent. Office, 111 S.-venteenti street. Tela phone, old llOi. new 61(15.