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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1904.
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President.
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Central Trust s Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stork fimi.lMMt. l our I'rr Cent Intrrmt Iald on Drpukita.
C. J. I-arkin.
J. J. LaVelie.
II. E. Casteel.
L. D. Mudge.
H. II. Cleaveland.
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney.
H. W. Tremanm
TRUST DEPARTMENT.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Ad
ministrator. Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
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where, and as wanted, and costs
you no more than the indifferent
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are in that condition than a good
cordial. But it must be good. We 4
pride ourselves on our excellent
stock of Fine Wines and Liquors of
all kinds, and if you will only come
to us when the doctor prescribes. J
you will be sure f getting the
Best. Our prices are more reason
able than you will find elsewhere.
Market Square.
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Cashier.
II. D. Mack.
John Schafer,
M. S. Heagy.
H. B. Simmon.
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DAVENPORT DOTS
Laura Uernice Ickes. the 22-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Ickes. 217 East Sixth street, met with
a very painful accident Saturday after
noon which might have had serious re
sults. Mrs. Ickes was housecleaning
at the time, and the woman engaged to
assist her thoughtlessly left an opened
can of concentrated lye in the kitchen
upon a chair. The little child later
found and drank it. Its screams soon
brought the other members of the fam
ily rushing to the kitchen. Upon their
arrival there they found the little one's
mouth smeared with the poisonous
mixture. Dr. A. V. Bowman was sum
moned and gave the child all the re
lief possible. The lye had severely
burned its mouth and lips and these are
badly swollen. Fortunately, no serious
results are anticipated from the in
juries.
A sentence, which will be the occa
sion of much comment, was imposed
by Judge A. J. House in the district
court Saturday afternoon. It was pro
nounced in the case of the colored man.
William Durley. who was arrested for
murder in connection with the death
of his wife, which occurred in St.
Luke's hospital a few days subsequent
to a brutal assault which he had made
upon her. Durley was living in a
shantboat moored in Rockingham
near the Simon Yann place, ami was
employed as a clammer. One day he
and his wife had a difference, and dur
ing it he is alleged to have assaulted
her, brutally beating her and throwing
her down on the floor of the shanty
boat wherein they lived, fracturing her
neck so that she lay in a comatose
condition until she died at St. Luke's
hospital, whither she was taken some
time afterward. For the crime of man
slaughter tne minimum sentence is
one year in the penitentiary. Judge
House imposed the maximum one of
three years at hard labor in the peni
tentiary at Fort Madison.
Ernst Otto has arranged with the
Turner hall club to give, during the
Sunday afternoon concerts. The series
will begin Sunday next, Oe. lt and
will continue every Sundav thereafter
during the season.
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Saturday s session ot the l pper
Iowa Conference, it was decided to
hold next year's conference at Hamp
ton, la. An invitation to meet at that
placH was read and unanimously ac
cepted.
E. W. Urady has received word from
Mrs. 1?. E. Alexander of Chicago, noti
fying him of the death of her mother,
Mrs. Dr. Keck, which occurred at 2
o'clock Friday afternoon at her home.
t;."i.".2 Greenwood avenue, in that city.
Mrs. Dr. Keck was for nearly years
a practicing physician in Davenport
and had one of the largest infirmaries
in the state located here. This -was
the building located at the northeast
corner of Sixth and Brady streets.
At the time of fier removal from Dav
eniHut the building was sold to W. C.
Putnam and by him transferred to
the Y. M. C. A. It is now occupied by
the Power College of Music.
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The jury in the case of A.
gard vs. the Glucose Sugar
company returned a verdict
it awarded the plaintiff the
$27.. "). Huggard sued for
P. Hu-;-Refining
wherein
sum of
$7o.0(0.
the greatest amount ever asked for in
a damage suit. He alleged that while
acting as machinist he had occasion
to pass by an unguarded place, and
that while doing so a piece struck him
on the small of the back, knocking
iiim from his feet into a starch vat
from which he was rescued an hour
later in an unconscious condition. He
never fully recovered and is now par
alyzed in the lower limbs.
S. A. Weaver was Saturday released
from the county jail a free man. after
being confined in the bastile since
last May. W'ravtr is the man who was
bound over to the grand jury upon two
counts. These were preferred against
him by L. R. Walker, the wealthy
Princeton merchant. One charged him
with assault with intent to kill and the
other with threatening to extort money.
The grand jury several days ago re
turned a "no bill" in each case, but the
prisoner was still held in jail upon his
bound over to keep the peace.
MOLINE MENTION
Jinimie Muhl comes to Moline Sun
day. Oct. 1U. with a bunch of long-haired
football warriers representing a
town team from LaSalle. to play the
gre-.it gridiron game with the East
Ends of this city. The prowess of th?
Moline lads is extending over the state
and some stiff games are being ar
ranged. Moline lodge No. 113. I. O. O. F.,
met in Metropolitan hall Friday even
ing anl installed officers elected re
cently, together with the newly ap
pointed officers: Silting Past Grand.
John Q. Hawk: N. G., N. A. Choate;
Y. G.. Charles Fraser: recording secre
tary. R. K. Crane: financial secretary.
Charles F. Pruessing: treasurer. V. E.
Firown: Ti. S. X. G.. Nels Druva; L. S.
X. G.. H. A. Baumgartner: R. S. V. G..
Ross Richards: L. S. V. G.. John P.
Thcmas: R. S. S.. Joe Daebelleihn: L.
S. S.. Gail Roenitz: warden, R. Bue
low; conductor. James Hasson: outside
guard. Charles Proseus; inside guard.
George F. Townsend: chaplain. Job
TulTley; finance committee, H. A. Lau,
George F. Townsend and George A.
Ford: trustees. A. B. Williams. J. E.
Mitchell. C. L. Nelson, and Ross Rich
ards.
Charles Yandeman, residing on the
Co'ona road, in Hampton township,
died Saturdav morning of stomach
trouble at the age of 40 years. He
had lived in America 12 years. A wife
and five children survive. The funeral
was held at 9:30 today from St. Mary's
church. Interment in East Moline.
Members of the Svea chorus are
tired of the Deere & Co. hose house a."
meeting place and are casting abut
for a permanent home. The hose
house has served a good purpose while
the chorus have not been in financial
shape to incur the expense of renting
quarters. But as the chorus has grown
in membership and advanced in age, it
has become stronger financially and a
step toward the rental of a hall will be
taken at once. Notice to all members
of a meeting to be held Tuesday Tues
day evening has been issued and th--advisability
of renting a hall in the
Rosenstein block on the corner of Fifth
avenue and Fifteenth street will be dis
cussed. Chances are that the hall will
be rented as a permanent home, and
that it will not only be used for th
usual practice, but that it will be fur
nished as a club for members as well.
F. W. Gould's new residence to be
built on the brow of the bluff between
Twenty-third and Twenty-fifth streets
will command one of the finest views
in the three cities and possibly th?
country. The site is now being graded
and five hundred yards of spacious
grounds will surround the new home
There will be a rolled terrace extend
ing to the northeast ami the home will
face in that direction, giving command
of the Mississippi river, the broad ex
panse of Iowa territory on the oppositt
side. Watertown. East Moline. Rock
Island and Davenport in the distance.
At the Woman's club meeting Satur
day afternoon at the First Baptist
church, C2 names were voted uion
making the total membership now 452.
The club has announced its program
for the year showing the dates anil the
general subjects as follows: Oct. S.
Our Public Schools; Nov. 12. Thanks
giving: Dec. 2, Open meeting The
Preventability and Curability of Pul
monary Tuberculosis and the Duty of
the State and the Individual Citizen
in Relation Thereto. Dr. William E.
Quine. president Illinois State Medi
cal society: Dec. 10, Philanthropy; Jan
uary. open meeting. Civil Service: Jan.
14. Art: Feb. 11. Music: March 11. Civil
Betterment: April S. Domestic Science;
May, Annual meeting.
Republicans of East Moline will hold
their first flag-raising campaign rail)
this evening and the Moline club;;
will participate. The East Moline
marching club participated oin thc
Deneen rally here the other evening
with a representation of some Co
strong for the parade, one of the larg
est bodies of men in the great pageant.
The East Moliners will unfurl their
flag on the corner of Fifth avenue
and Ninth street and L. M. Magill ot
this city, and J. K. Scott and R. B.
Olmstead, of Rock Island, will be thr
speakers. The Watertown band will
be on hand to furnish the music; the
Watertown marching club, the First
Yoters' club and one or two of the
ward clubs of this city.
Deere & Co.'s large plant is now
fully equipped with a fire alarm sys
tem. The work of installing this sys
tem has been going on for some time
and was completed Friday evening.
The wires are strung from the factory
to the Central fire station, where there
is a private alarm box. With this sya
tern installed Deere & Co. has perhaps
the most complete one in the tri-eities.
In the plant is to be found 24 alarm
boxes placed in every conspicuous
place. When an alarm is turned in it
will sound five times before ceasing,
making it impossible for the depart
ment, to make a mistake. The alarm
als designates in what part of the shop
the fire is, on what floor and what
gate for the department to enter. If an
alarm sounded No. 12 the department
would know immediately that the fire
was in the wood shop on the third
floor and that they were to enter
through gate Xo. 3.
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
In Circuit Court.
CHANCERY.
Von Lake vs. Yon Lake.
Defendant called and de-
Oct. S
Di vorce.
faulted.
2-;, Moline
Trust & Savings bank
ABOUT THAT COAT
You wear a coat. Why?
To keep the cold out? No;
to keep the warmth in.
What of the body that has
no warmth the thin, poor
body that lacks the healthy
fleh and fat it needs?
For sut h we say that Scott's
Emulsion provides the right
kind of a coat. Why? Be
cause Scott's Emulsion builds
firm, solid flesh and sup
plies just enough fat to fill
nature's requirements no
more. That means bodily
warmth.
We"! snd too a vT.pl fire upon request.
SCOTT & BOWXE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
PROFESSlOXAIi ATTOnXBVS.
JACKSON. HURST & STAFFORD At-lurneys-at-law.
Office in Rovk Isl
and National bank building.
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Abstracts of
title. Office in Beng-ston block.
SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on grood real estate se
curity. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock
Island. 111.
U. M. McCASKRIN Attorney-at-Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island
office in Bengston block. Milan ottlce
on Main street.
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at Law.
Gt-neral legal practice. Office room
13. Mitchell & Lynde building. Union
Electric 'phone 5601.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS Attorneys-at-Law.
Money to loan. General le
Kal business. Notary public. 1705
Second avenue. Hufora blocK.
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys at
law. Loan money on good security;
make collect ions. References. Mitch
ell & Lvnde, bankers. Onice. Mitchell
& Lvnde building.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys-
at-Law. N. A. Larson, teweuish Art -vokat.
Office over Crampton's book
store. 1719 Second avenue. Pensions,
Loans. Patents, etc.
ARCHITECTS.
LEONARD DRACK Architect and su
perintendent. Skinner block, second
lloor. office hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 4
to 5:30 p. m.
FLORISTS.
HENRY GAETIIJE Proprietor Chip
piannoek nursery. Cut Mowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, 1607
Second avenue. Telephone 1110.
LAUNDRIES.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY
Riiuersfeld & Sexton. proprietors.
Fine finish and quick service. 1S14
Third avenue. 'Phone west 1293.
EDUCATIONAL.
AI OI STANA COLLEGE Rusiness de
partment. A thorough business
training given for entry into com
mcrcial life. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at Augustana college.
VILLA DE CIIANTAL A home school
conducted for girls by the Sisters of
the Visitation. It udimentary and
higher branches and all polite ac
complishments taught. Twentieth
street and Fifteenth avenue, Rock
Island.
Tips to Travelers.
On Oct. 11 the Rock Island will have
on sale round trip tickets to a num
ber of points in Indiana. Ohio and Ken
tucky, at rate of one fare, plus $2. Re
turn limit, 30 days.
Are you going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so. take the South
west Limited on the C, M. & St. P. at
10:30 p. m.. or the early morning train
at 5:30. You will be assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
Cheap rates to St. Louis, Mo., on ac
count of the exposition, via the Illinois
Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best
service. Quick time. WTrite cr call on
us for full information. City ticket
office, 329 Main street, Peoria. 111. G.
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M
89G.
Stop and Think.
If you want to go to Chicago you
can take one of the C, M. & St. P.'s
fine trains and make an easy and rap
id journey. Trains for Chicago leave
Rock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. m.
arriving at Chicago at 8 :5a a. m.
and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at Chi
cago at 7:55 a. m.
Illinois Central Excursions.
To the south and southwest only $18
round trip, Peoria, 111., Vicksburg,
Miss., New Orleans, La., Houston
Tex., Galveston. Tex., San Antonio
Tex., Dallas, Tex., Fort Worth, Tex
and intermediate points. Tickets on
sale Sept. 20th and 27th. Oct. 4th and
ISth. A grand opportunity to see the
south and southwest. Stop overs per
mitted en route. For full particulars
write or call on the undersigned. G
A. Smith, Commercial Agent. City
ticket office, 329 Main street.
vs. Swedberg. et al. Bill. J. D. Metzgar
appointed guardian ad litem for minor
defendants. Adult defendants called
and defaulted. Answers of minor de
fendants by guardian ad litem. Cause
referred to master.
2o7, Diermann. administrator, vs
Murray, et al. Bill. Cause referred to
master.
In County Court.
Oct. S. Estate of Charles J. Daniel
son. Final report of administrator filed.
Hearing thereon set for Thursday. Oct.
27. lff4, at 9 o'clock a. m. Ordered
tat administrator notify heirs by pub
lication in some newspaper published
in Rock Island county, Illinois, at least
once in each week for three successive
weeks.
Estate of George F. Adelmann. Indi
vidual bond of said Ixjuisa Adelmann
as such executrix filed and approved,
security thereon being waived in and
by said will, and letters testamentary';
issued to ner.
Estate of Dennis McGraw.
Widow's
relinquishment filed and approved.
In re conservatorship of George V.
Sample, insane. Conservator's inven
tory filed and approved.
Estate of John Anderson. Adminis
trator's oath taken and filed. Bond of
said Charles E. Battles in the sum of
$3,000 filed and approved and letters
of administration issued to him.
Estate of Swan Brown. Executor's
oath taken and filed. Individual bond
of said Charlotta Brown as such exec
utrix filed and approved, security there
on being waived in and by said will,
and letters testamentary issued to her.
Estate of John Christ Henry Voight.
Petition by Wiebke C. Thompson for
letters testamentary filed. Petition
granted. Executrix's oath taken and
filed. Individual bond of said Wiebke
C. Thompson as such executrix filed
and approved, security thereon being
waived in and by said will, and letters
testamentary issued to her.
FUEL
EMrillfi COAL & COKE COMPANY
lnlesale and retail dealers in bi
tuminous and anthracite coal.
Prompt delivery service. Office. 1T1S
Kirst avenue. Telephone west 1-!M.
HOTELS AND KESOHTS.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located
ii.767 feet above the sea. All year
round resort. A perfect place for
rest. For particulars, address Dr.
Duniel S. Perkins, medical director,
Ias Vegas. N. il.
It K ATI AG AND PLUSIBIMO.
CHANNON. PERKY & CO. Heating
anil plumbing along scientific lir.es.
Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt
attention. 114 West Seventeenth
street. 'Phone 1144.
LKtjAL
Publication Notice.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Cnuii-
v.
In the County Court,
r term. A. 1 . lStnt. P
to the oeto
'titioli to Sell
Real Estate to Pay Debts.
Jilniore Hubert, administrator of the
estate of Oilmore lloliert. deceased,
petitioner, vs. Margaret Dunlap. Sar
ah J. Ilobert. Marv Cosgro, John Ho
bert, Peter 11. Hubert. Elizabeth Wag
ner. Annie Mvers. William Ilobert.
Joseph Ilobert. Ida Rear. Belle liish-
!. Albert J. Whitney, administrator
of the estate of Klavel J. Whitney
dec-eased, and A. J. Miller, defend
ants.
To the above named defendants. Pe
trr H. Hobert. Elizabeth Wagner. Annie
Mveis. William Hobert, Joseph ilobert
mid Ida Rear, and each ot them.
Affidavit ot your non-resioence ami
of the non-residence ot each ot you,
having been tiled in the above entitled
cause in the office of the undersigned
lerk of the county court 01 tne couniy
of Rock Island and state ot Illinois.
you are hereby notilied mat tne aoove
"named petitioner has. heretofore, on
the tirst dav of September. A. D. 1303.
tiled in said county court his petition,
on the probate side of said court, pray
ing for an order or sum couri 10 sen
the following described real estate, of
which the said at cedent uiea seizeu, 10
wit: . . ....
The southeast quarter v4 '. 01 me
northwest quarter ( i . of section num
ber twenty t20), township number six-
Ken (Id), north ot range rour west
of the fourth 4 principal meriuian.
situated in the eounty of Rock Island
,i.l ct;ite 11 Illinois: mat sain pennon
has been duly amended; that the above
named are the parties 10 saiu cause.
and that said cause stands continuea in
said court, and is still pending therein:
that you have been mane neienuanis
thereto; that u summons nas been issueu
in said causi against: you, rciiiriiauie 10
the October term. A. l. is"i. 01 sam
court, to be begun and noiuen in me
court house In the city of Rock Island,
in said count v and state, on the nrsi
Mondav of October. A. D. 19o4. at which
time villi will appear and plead, answer
or demur to said petition, as amended.
If vim see tit. ,
Dated at Rock Island. 111., this lith
day of September. A. D. 1904.
HENRY R. Hl'RRARD.
Clerk of Said County Court.
HARRY M. M'CASKRI! '. Attorney for
Administrator.
Publication Notice.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
t v ss :
In the County Court of said County
to the November term. A. !.. 1904.
Petition to sell real estate to pay
Andrew O'lirien. administrator of the
estate of John H. Norris. deceased, peti
tioner, vs. Hazel Norris. The Central
Trust Savings Rank of the city of
Rock Island, county aforesaid, guardian
of Marvil Norris. the Central Trust i
Savings Rank of the City of Rock Isl
and Countv aforesaid, administ rutin of
the estate "of Hazel Norris. defendants.
To the above named defendant, Mar
vil Norris: Affidavit of your non-residence
and that your residence is in
Rolle. pocohontus county. state of
Iowa, having been tiled in the above
entitled cause in the office of the under
signed clerk of the county court of the
countv of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
you are herebv notified that the above
named petitioner has heretofore 011 the
;50th dav of September. 1904. filed in
the county court of said county his peti
tion on the probate side of said court,
praying for an order of said court to
sell" the following described real estate,
of which the said decedent died seized,
to-wit: The north half of lot "I." in
Chamberlain Bros.' subdivision to the
town now vitv of Rock Falls, situated
in the county of Whiteside, state of
Illinois; that a summons has been is
sued in said cause against you returna
ble to the November term. A. I).. 1904,
in said court to be begun and holden
in the court house of Rock Island in
said county and state on the first Mon
day of November. 1904. at which time
and place you will appear and plead,
answer or demur to said petition, and
that said cause is still pending in said
court.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this
30th day of September, 1904.
HENRY R. 1 ll'RHARD.
Clerk of Said Court.
McEniry & McEniry solicitors.
tiunrdinu'M Sn.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Cmin
. ss :
In the County
Court, October T
rni.
A. D. 1904.
l!y virtue of an order and decree
the "countv court of said county, m
and entered at the October term. A.
l'.iiit. of said court, on the petition
of
ad
D. of
the nnilei-sitriied. M.irv M. Miller, g'lanl-
ian of Stephen Miller and Roy A. .Miller,
minors, to sell the real estate of said
minors, described in said petition. I
shi.ll 011 T11cs1l.1v. the Nth dav of No
vember. A. D 1904. at the east door of
the court house, in the city of Rock
Island, countv of Rock Island, and state
or Illinois, at the hour of 2 o'clock In
the afternoon of said day. sell at pub
li.. miction :ill the right, title and inter
est of said minors in and to the follow
ing described real estate, situated in
the countv of Rock Island and state of
Illinois, to-wit: Lot No. seven (T). in
block No. one ( 1 l. In Stewart's First
addition to South Moline, subject to a
mortgage for the sum of one hundred
and tiftv dollars 1 1 ".O.ou In favor of
Marv E. Stewart, on the following terms,
to-wit: Cash in hand at the time of
Sil Da ted' at Rock Island. 111., this 7th
day of October, A. D 1904.
y .MARY M. MILLER.
Guardian of SK-phen Miller and Roy A.
Miller, minois.
Lucian Adams, Attorney for Peti
tioner. Administrator" Nolle.
Estate fcf W. A. Ware, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap-
Island, state of Illinois, deceased. heri
by gives notice that she will appear be
fore the county court of Rock Island
countv. at the countv court room. In
the city of Rock Island, at the Decem
ber term, on the first .Monday in De
cember next, at which time ail 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
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned
Dated 1st dav of October. A. D. 1901.
MRS. SARAH E. WARE.
Administratrix.
Admlnlatrator'a Notice.
Estate of David M. Tipton, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
David M. Tipton, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
herebv gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
countv. at the county court room. In
the citv of Rock Island, at the Decem
ber term, on the first Monday in De
cember next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the Fame adjust
ed. All persons Indebted, to said estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated Cth day of October. A. I). 19l4.
CHARLES W. DI'KHAM.
Administrator.
PATENTS.
PATENT and trademark ..ill.-. ......n
14. Alitcneii t Lymle (Molding iu k
Island. James P. Murphy. !i-'i,-i;n ...
branch of Moore & t'o.. patent attor
ney". Washington, 1. C.. and Chica
go. Ill-
LEGAL
Notice of Klnnl Settlement.
Estate of Fcter Larkin, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
undersigned. Charles J. l.irkin. admin
istrator of the estate of lvter l.aikin.
deceased, has this dav filed his 1. 11:1 1 re
port and settlement as such in (heiouu
ty court of Rock Island county, ai .1
hearing on said report bus been set .-r
Oct. 1T, lyo4. at 9 o'clock a. m . at wlii, h
lime persons interested may appearand
make objections- thereto, and if no ob
jections are tiled, said report will be ap
proved at that time, and the mul-i-i." n -ed
will ask for an order of distribution,
and will also ask to be discharged.
Hock Island. 111 . Sept. 2:5. P.11U.
CHARLES J. LARKIN.
Administrator.
James P. Murphy. Attorney.
AdmlnlHlrator'a Notice.
Estate of Jssie A. Harrington.
de
ceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
Jessie A. Harrington, late of the count c
of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will
appear before the county court of Rock
Island county, at the count v court room,
in the city of Rock Island, at the No
vember term, on the tirst Monday in
November next, at which time all "per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same ad lust
ed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated l!Uh dav of September. A. D.
1904. ANNA E. HARRINGTON.
Administratrix.
railways am) steamers.
cTTkocC!ioc
Railway Tickets may be purchased
at the city ticket ottlce. 1S29 Second
avenue, or C. R. I. i P. depot. Fifth av
enue, foot of Thirtv-lirst street. 'Phono
west 109.1. west 142S. FRANK H.
PLI M.MKR. C. P. A.
T rains.
I East. I West.
Denver
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Limited t
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id
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Ft. Worth.
Denver
& Kansas (
Minneapolis .
Davenport ,t
'ity . . .
5:20 nmdlo
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no pm
10 pm
00 pm
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10 pm
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Omaha
Colorado ,V- Omaha.
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1 1 2 :.".." am a i
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al2:3," am d 9:50 am
Denver. Lincoln V
omaha ja
Des Moines Express,
40 am d
55 pmld
3:00 nm
7:00 am
St. Paul ,i Minne- I
apolis
. ia
3:40 amjd 9:13 pm
5:15 amdl0:30 pin
Denver. Ft. Worth
Kansas City . .
Kansas City. St.
Joe & California.
Rock Island .&
Washington ....
all:10 pmjd
a!2:50 pm d
7:10am
S:25 pin
2:00 pm
7:10 am
9 :50 am
2:42 pm
4 :30 pm
Chicago & Des
Moines
Rock Island ic
Rrooklyn Accom
Omaha
Omaha & lies
Moines
Cedar Rapids &
Tipton
d 1 :55 pm
pm
5:45 ptn!
d C:05 pm a
a!0:37 amjd
HoeW Inland & Peorlu IHvlalon.
Trains leave Twentieth street sta
tion. Main line trains start from main
deiMit on Fifth avenue 5 minutes in ad
vance o f t i me pi vei 1 .
Trains.
I Leave. Arrive.
Peoria. Springfield.
St L., Ind pis
Peoria SL- St. Louis..
Peoria. Ind'pls. Cin.
liloomington
Sherrard Accom. ...
Cable Sherrard
Accom
8:10 nm
7:0 pm
9 :4 pm
5:55 pin
1 -4Ti nm'
'11:
1 h:
15 ant
4 5 ti m
9::io am
I
r. : i 5 am
3:30 pm
8:45 pm
2 :20 pm
daily ix-
Cable H Sherrard .
irrival ;
d, departure
cept Sunday.
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON & QUINCY
Depot, Second avenue and Twentieth
street. Telephone, old west 0S0, new 0170.
F. A. R1DDELL. Agent.
Trains.
I Leave. Arrive.
St. Louis. Spring- I
field, Galesburg,
Peoria. Quincy ... 6:40 nm
Sterling. Mendota
and Chicago 0:40 nm
50 am
50 am
15 pm
15 prn
St. Louis, Kansas
City. Denver and
Pacific coast s 7:20 pm
hiernng and points
intermediate ! 7:20 pm
uuDuque. t.iinton.
Ii Crosse, St.
Paul. Minn., and
northwest 7:30 pmf
G:30 am
7:05 pm
7:05 pm
t union, uubuque . . 7:15 um
Clinton and Inter-
mediate points ...I 7:15 nm
s stop at Rock Island for meals,
daily except Sunday.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A- ST. PAUL
Railway D., R. I. & N. W. passenger
station nt foot of Seventeenth street. H.
I! STODDARD. Agent. I". L. Hiiirichs.
commercial agent,
I ).i venport.
303 Rrady street.
Trains.
I Leave, j Arrive.
'iintou. Dubuque.
St. Paul. Mil
waukee. Chicago.,
Elgin and Chicago,
1 S. W. Limited ) . .
7:00 am .S:55 pm
4:15 ami 10:35 pm
10:35 pm 4:15 am
5:3S am 11:50 pm
11 :50 pm 5:3S am
3:30 prnll:50 am
3:4". pmi'll :40 nm
M us. a t in
Wash-
ington,
Citv (S.
Red) ..
Muscat Ine
ington.
Kansas
W. Llm-
Wash
K a i) sas
City
Fulton, Savanna,
Elgin, Chicago .
Fulton. Savanna,
Dubuque .......
Clinton. Cedar
Rapids. Omaha,
Freeport . . . . . . .
Daily expect Sunday.
ACME PACKET COMPANY Dully lino
for Clinton and all points between.
i4
STEAMER CITY OF WINONA.
Arrive 10:30 u. m., Davenport; leave
3 p. m.
Arrive 10:45 a. m.. Rock Island; leave
3:15 p. m.
For rates and further Information,
ripply to CARL MA NO AN, Agent.
Rock. Island. 111.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET COMPANY
Burlington and intermediate points.
STEAMER HELEN BLAIR
Leaves Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 4 p. m.
For rates and further information.
apply to CARL MA NO AN. Agent.
lwcK miana. 111.
THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE.
For St. Louio Every Saturday at
15 p. m.
For Dubuque Every Thursday at 11
a. m. flu round trip to fet. Louis, in
cluding meals and berth.
GEORGE LA MONT, Agent.
Office, 115 Seventeenth street. Y !
phone, old 1105, new 610j.
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