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ITHE SHOTS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1905.
DBMB25S in i I Columbus, Ohio, May ao, igox. L years ago I had a severe attack of Inflammatory Rheumatism. I was laid up LQ iL,-1,for Slx months, and the doctors I had did me no good. They changed med icines every week and nothing they pre scribed seemed to help me. Finally I be an the use of S. S. S. My knee and elbow joints wee swollen terribly, and at one time my joints were so swollen and pain ful that I could not close them whin opened. I was so bad that I could not move knee or foot. I was-getting discour aged, you may be sure, when I began S. S. S, but as I saw it was helping me I contin ued n, and to-day I am a sound well man d nave never had a return of the disease. Si.-S Purified m7 blood and cured me of this severe case of Rheumatism after everything else had failed. I have rec commended it to others with good re-u11- R. H. Chapman. 1355 ML Vernon Ave. V The poisonous acids that produce the in flammation and pain are absorbed into the blood and Rheumatism can never be con quered till these are neutral;,! am i 1 tered out of the blood and system. S. S. S. goes directly into the circulation and at tacks the disease itself. It purifies and re stores the blood to a healthy, vigorous condition. It contains no potash, alkali or other strong min erals, but is guar anteed entirely vegetable. Write us and our physi cians will advise with ou t any charge whatever. Our book on Rheu matism sent free. . jTfcte Swift Speclflo Company, Atlanta, 6a. H R.eaJ Estate j FOR SALE. SI. 025 huvs flvp.rftnm pnttaro t Sth street and 9th avenue. If 37th street and 14th avenue; large P lot: Jn pood repair. if S3.50O buvs wvcn-rnnm hrlclt 'house; bath and furnace; 16th Street; easy terms. $2,800 tuys 11 -room house; bath and gas; suitable for board ing? house and roomers; 4th ave nue, near 16th street; easy terms $2,800 buys modern seven-room house; bath, electricity, furnace; 14th street, near 10th avenue; cast front; $1,200 down. $1,150 buys five-room cottage; 31st street and 14th avenue; large lot: fruit; well improved. $2,200 for 712 2nd avenue; easy terms, or discount for cash. $2. Mio for 3112 Sth avenue; lot 10ii K.0: rooms; all modern ex -cept furnace; good barn; an Ideal home; bargain. $2.r.oo for SOS 21st street; lot 64xl4o; ground alone is worth the price. A tine new house, corner facing east and south; modern through out: can be bought at a bargain. Three fine lots on 12th street. 40x1 so feet; $20i each; these will go quirk. $:oo win buy 808 6th avenue. 2:i0 buys tine lot. itli avenue and lit!) street. 40x125. $3. Mm) Eight-room brick house, lot 80-foot front, roopi for anoth er house, or can sell off a 40-foot lot: 3rd avenue .near 12th street; b;i r:i i n. $2.2oo Kight-room house; mod ern; hirge lot, and fenced. This property is a bargain, and well adapted for raising poultry: lo cated on 11th street, South Rock Island. rots. $200 up. Goldsmith McKee Old Phone 388. New 5574. ' Faultlessly fashioned suits, coats, skirts and other apparel for worrcn at the lowest obtainable pricca for high-claaa merchandise The Udirs of this vicinity who are particular as to what thry wear and what thry pav will be pleased to learn that Mandcl Brothers, Amer ica's foremost makers of women's apparel, have appointed me their agent fur this town. This arrangement makca it possible for every lady in this com munity to enjoy all the advantage of hopping; in Chi cago at a great sav ing in trouble and expense, and com pletely solve the problem of " how to be correctly and yet inexpensively clothed." The made-to-measure department ol Mandel Brothers luaVesany garment to your special or der. You select your own style and materials, and your measurements are accurately taken by a scientific system which insures a per fect fit. The thoroughrelia- Ibility ol this firm, together with their unquestioned su premacy as cos turners, lends ma terially to the attractiveness o! this proposition. MISS JULIA BATTLES, 1011 Seeoad Aveaae, AGENT rOR Mandcl Brothers. Chicago SATURN Front, IS inches. Back, IH laches. The perfection of collar comfort Mai ts suTtcr tou . IOC CO. MaacMS ill i-f lf 111 . VJ llJr. JJ III VL.7- Til III CGU3T HOUSE RECORD. I The Probate Record. Estate of Claude B. Collom. Final report of administrator filed. Proof of heirship in open court. Waiver of no tice by heirs. It appears there is noth ing for distribution. Said report ap proved, administrator discharged and estate closed. In re guardianship of Edward Ver mere. minor. Annual report of guard ian filed and approved. In re guardianship of minor heirs of James W. Montgomery. Annual report of guardian filed and approved. Estate of James Bovard. Inventory filed and approved. Proof of publish ing and posting notice to creditors filed and approved. Claim of Charles Wil son allowed in class 1 at $46.40. Claim of A. H. Wendt allowed in class 5 at $22. Estate of Florence Adell White Proof of posting and publishing notice to creditors filed and approved. Estate of Jacob Henry Borrell. Proof of death filed. Will presented for pro bate. Petition for probate of will filed. Hearing on petition set for May 23, 1905, at 9 o'clock. In re guardianship of Quincy W. Judd, minor. Request of Quincy W Judd, minor over 14 years of age, for appointment of Frank D. Paul as his guardian filed. Petition of Frank D. Paul for etters of guardianship filed. Petition granted, oath taken and filed; bond fixed at $1,000. Estate of Madelina Mina VanHoecke. Oath as administrator filed. Bond of said Edward Coryn in sum of $1,000 filed and approved and letters of ad ministration issued to him. Estate of Lewis H. Reeves. Ap praisement bill filed and approved. Proof of publishing and posting notice to creditors filed and approved. Estate of George A. Thompson. In the matter of the sale of real estate to pay debts. Proof of personal service of all the defendants. Adult defend ants called and defaulted. J. H. Hau ber appointed guardian ad litem for minor defendants. Answer of guard ian ad litem filed. Replication to ans wer of guardian ad litem filed. Hear ing. Bond filed and approved and or der for sale. Estate of Eric Okerberg. Widow's relinquishment and selection filed ancl approved, and order turning over prep erty selected to her. Estate of Thomas Mackin. Proof of notice of petition for probate filed. Depositions of subscribing witnesses to will taken in open court in proof of execution thereof filed and aDDToved. Will admitted to probate. Estate of Sarah Clapp. Proof of posting and publishing notice to cred itors filed and approved. Proof of no tice to heirs of final report and settle ment filed. Hearing on said final re port and settlement and same approv ed. Order of distribution of residue of estate as set out in said final report, and as provided in and by said will. filed. In re guardianship of Elfrieda H. Lage, minor. In re sale of ward's real estate. Hearing on said petition; bond fixed at $C00. Estate of Sarah Ann Kirkpatrick. Proof of death filed. Will presented for probate. Petition for probate of will filed. Hearing on petition for pro bate set for May 25, 1905, at 9 o'clock. , Estate of Newton J. Hubbard. Peti tion of Alice Bruner for letters of ad ministration filed. Petition granted. Administratrix's oath taken and filed. Bond of said Alice Bruner filed and ap proved and letters of administration issued to her. Inventory filed and ap proved. In re guardianship of minor heirs of Christian Ehrieche. Final report of old guardian showing transfer of all funds and property in her bands, be longing to said wards, to new guardian appointed by the probate court of Web ster county. Mo. Report approved and old guardian discharged and guardian ship closed. In re guardianship of minor heirs of Newton J. Hubbard. It appears that said minor, Newton J. Hubbard, is now deceased; that the guardian herein has made full settlement with Alice Bruner. the administratrix of the estate of said Newton J. Hubbard, minor, de ceased, and has turned all moneys and property of guardianship over to her as such administratrix. Said guardian makes and files his final report, which is examined and approved. Said guardian discharged and guardianship closed. Real Estate Transfers. Harry Bolis to Charles H. and Ida Ferguson. $525. Ixn 5. block 1. Briggs add.. South Rock Island. Edwin R. Healy to M. J. Murphy. $5,250. Ne and nw sec 4. twp 16-4 w; also e V se and n sw, se sec 33. twp 17-4w. Frank E. Donlin to Henry Fluegel. Sr., $40.0. Part lot 23 Hale's add.. Rock Island. Charles M. Hartwell to Clinton I... Troxel, $2,000. E lot 3, block 2, John Deere's add.. Moline. Mary E. Potter to Charles A. Peter son. S1.S00. Und w 4, se V4. and s Vs. se. ne, and n M. se. nw, sec 30-16-4w. Percy B. Hill to August Roeglers. $1,300. Part lots 13 and 14. block V. Fairmoum add.. Moline. Frank H. Kelly to John A. Motri son. $700. Lot 3. block 3. Highland park add.. Rock Island. Emil J. D. Heinricks to Hannah Heinricks. $2. Part lots 3 and 6, block 3, Waterman's Place, Moline. John H. Hauberg to R. I. M. B. I. and Sav. association. $1. Lot 12. Guy er's add.. Rock Island. William J. Heale to R. I. M. B. L. and Sav. association. $5. Lot 12. Guy er's add.. Rock Island. James McBurney to R. I. M. B. L- BeMcLMs IJVERKIDNEYIiXLS.' Your P.ruggist; sells this famous remedy ; PROP US A POSTAL AND Wf. Will MA1LY0U OUR D OOKV Sdffxs Sznseor theSickaxdtjti hii The Br JLHMcIean Medicine Co St. Louis, Me.. and 'Sav. association. $5. Lot 12, Guy. er's add.. Rock Island. Argillo Works to John E. Crouch, $1. Lots i and 5 and 26 and 27. block 1. Carbon Cliff. Mary E. Schmeil to A,da E. Camp bell, $1. Interest in estate of Mary Richmond. Hannah Daligee to Ell Welnrott, $20. Part block 12, Thompson's and Well's add., and block 51, Lewis add., Rock Island. U. S. of A. to Jacob H. Marshall, nw. nw, sec ll-19-2e. U. S. of A. to Jacob H. Marshall, ne, ne, sec 10-19-2e. U. S. of A. to Henry Marshall, sw. sw, sec 2-19-2e. William E. Bailey to Mary H. Oghe, lot 11. W. E. Bailey's fifth add., Rock Island, $C00. Herman Schubert to W. H. Hart nady, lots 5 and C, Shubert & Flue gel's Second add.. Rock Island, $1,225. Margaret Bensenberg to Otto A. Erickson, lot 5, block 1, South View in plat book 8, page 38, $775. Heirs of Martin Connell to Thomas Grady, lot 1, block 1, Connell's add., Rock Island, $600. John W. Johnston to Erick W. Brun strom, lot 8, block "U", Moline Water Power company's Seventh add., Mo line, $2,175. Henry Tappendorf to Oloff Atkinson, lot 5, Guyer's subdiv., 12 of sec 11, 7, 2w. $2,200. Mary A. Cosgro to Ludwig Burmois ter, part sw'i, sec 27, 17, 3w, $50. Fred Anthony to John C. Cleman lot 7. W. E. Bailey's Third add., Uock Island, $550. Samuel Peterson to Christian K. and Adolph Ferry, part nw, nw, sec 10, 17. lw. $150. Christian K., Anna R. and William M. Ferry to John Fairy, ne. nw, and part nw, nw. sec 16, 17, lw, $1. Christian K.. Anna R. and William M. Ferry to John Fairy, lot 7, block 3. Alday's add.. East Rock Island. Mo line. $1. Anna R., and William M. Ferry to Christiana Ferry, lot 6. block 3. Al day's add.. East Rock Island, Moline, $1. John Fairy to Christiana Ferry, ne, nw. and part nw. nw, sec 17. 17. lw, $1. John Fairy to Christiana Ferry, lot 7, block 3, Alday's add., East Rock Isl and, Moline, $1. Licensed to Wed. Carl Axel Carlson . .New Windsor. 111. Miss Selma M. Carlson New Windsor, 111. Albert Miller Geneseo, I1L Miss Anna Schuetz Barstow, 111 LOST AND FOUND. 1X.ST $5 bill on Sixth avenue, between Twentieth -street and the shoemaker shop on Seventeenth street. Return to Argus office and receive a reward. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOK SALE A line team of horses, also a light farm wagon. Inquire at 6o0 Fourth avenue. FOR SALE Cheap, a first class gaso line launch. Inquire at Berry's cigar store, 1810 Second avenue. FOR SALE A beautiful Schiller piano, at a bargain; nearly new. Inquire 520 Twenty-second street. FOR SALE A Jersey cow. C. Gulden zopf. corner Hinrichs ;ind Ninth streets. South Rock Island. FOR SALE One No. 3 folding pocket kodak, with special lens and devel oper outfit. Inquire 2701 Fifth ave nue. 'Phone west 60. FOR SALE Household furniture, fold ing bed. secretary book case, cook range, ice box, chairs, bedroom suits, and numerous small articles, at ISO') Fifth avenue. FOR SALE The Bowman lawn weed cutter can be had at Bennett's fur store and at Don's hardware store, and at McCabe & Co.'s store. They are the best in existence ;the price is only 50 cents. CLAIRVOYANT. DR. MART YATES Magnetic healer and spiritual medium. Hours, 1 to 10 p. m. Reidence. 705 Fourth avenue. Take the Blue line weil contractors and builder. gv9tavlnjcenbur contracting, building and jobbing; workmanship guaranteed; estimates furnished. Residence. 817 Twenty ninth street. 'Phone 6988. D- HOHENROKEN Contractor and Builder. Plans and estimates cheer fully furnished. Dealer In glass, lum ber, nails, etc. Residence and shop. Thirty-eighth street and Sixth avenue. New 'phone 6756. JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and builders. Also manufacturers of rash, doors, blinds and mouldings. Dealers in plate window and art glass. Offices and factory. 111 to 129 Cicateenth street LAUNDRIES- ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Hauersfeld Sc. Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and quick service. 1814 Third avenue. 'Phone west 11 tt. ARCHITECTS. LEONARD DRACK Architect and su perintendent. Skinner block, second floor. Office hours, 10 to 1 ft. m-. 4 to 6:10 d m. HEATING AND PLUMBING. CtANOTERRY COHeaUng' and plumbing along- scientific lines. Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt sttention. 114 West Seventeenth street- 'Faoae 114 s. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Biker, second man. for night work. Apply at once, 528 Six teenth street. WANTED A strong boy. Applv be tween 11:30 and 12:30. S. M. Arndt & Co., 303 Twentieth street. WANTED Fifty to 75 'men can And steady employment at the Bettendorf Steel Car works. Bettendorf, Iowa. WANTED 25 laborers, for work on canal at Milan. 111-.- at $1.25 per day. with board and lodging. Inquire at government office, Milan, I1L WANTED Men; our illustrated cata logue explains how we teach barber trade quickly; mailed free. Moler Barber college. Chicago, 111. WANTED 100 colored men at Fifth and Gaines street. Davenport, for concrete work. McCarthy Im provement company. Davenport. Iowa. WANTED An experienced warehouse man; must understana coopering and general work around a warehouse. Apply at the Republic Oil company's otnee. First street ana lnirteenth av ertue. WANTED Men and boys, to learn plumbing trade: we cannot supply de mand for graduates; 14.50 to $5 per flay; eight weeKs completes course; earn while learning. Address, for cat alogue. Coyne Bros. Company Plumb ing Schools, Cincinnati, Ohio; St. Louis, Mo. t WANTED Tool and die maker, and ex perimental workers accustomed to small, accurate work; wanted because of permanent enlargement of tool room and experimental departments; positions permanent and afford op portunity for advancement for first class men. Apply or address Em ployment Department. National Cash Register company. Dayton. Ohio. WANTED FEMALE II ELI. WANTED A girl at the Rock Island house cigar stand. WANTED A kitchen woman at the Rock Island house. WANTED A washerwoman. "R. G.," care Argus. Address WANTED A girl for general house work, at 103S Nineteenth street. WANTED A girl to clerk at Peterson's confectionery store, 1314 Third ave n u e. WANTED A girl in small family; good wages. Apply at 820 Twenty second street. WAITED A young girl to take care of baby; references required. Apply at 2321 Fifth avenue. WANTED A nurse girl, about 14 or 15 years old .for day service only. Ap ply at 1804 Third avenue. WANTED A housekeeper on farm one mile from Osco Station. Address Henry Masch, R. F. D., Osco, Henry county, Illinois. WANTED A girl to help with house work; no washing; girl who can go home nights preferred. Apply at 70S Seventeenth street. WANTED A housekeeper, by respect able widower, on farm. Address, with particulars, giving wages expected, etc., William F. Arndt, Erie, 111. WANTED Ladies; our catalogue ex plains how we teach hair-dressing, manicuring and facial massage quick ly, mailed free. Moler college, Chi cago, 111. WANTED Three ladies, to demonstrate locally, and to travel; permanent; good wages; attractive work. Ad dress Malto-Grape company, Ltd., A. J. Adams, manager, Castleton, 111. WANTED MALE OR FEMALE. WANTED Good man or woman, to wash pans. Apply at kitchen of Har per house. WANTED Solicitors, ladies or gen tlemen; good proposition; experience not necessary. Grand I'nion Tea company. 226 West Second street, Davenport, Iowa. WANTED Agents, ladies or gentle men; something new: sells like wild fire; household necessity. Why waste your time with articles that are not in demand? Quick returns und big profits. Write today. Madame Ho Ta company, box 756, La Crosse. Wis. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Housecleanlng to do. quire at 311 Tenth street. In- WANTED To room and board, man and wife or two gentlemen, in private home: nice front room, with all con veniences; good table board. Address "J.." care Argus. WANTED POSITIONS. WANTED Position, by experienced stenographer; good references. Ad dress "Y.," 1S1U Sixth avenue. FOR SALE CITT PROPERTY. FOR SALE Six-room house, opposite park on Fifteenth street: has tur nace, gas, front stair; $2, COO. H. K. Walker. FOR SALE One of the finest residence sites in the city: four large lots, with eight-room house; a big snap. See Eckhart & Buffum. FOR SALE Best bargains in lots on Twenty-fifth street and Tenth ave nue if taken at once. Easy payments. Inquire Reidy Bros. FOR SALE Six-room house on Fourteenth-and-a-half street, near Sev enth avenue; all in good repair; neat place; $1,8(0. 1L K. Walker. FOR SALE A new four-room house, with city water In house; corner lot. with plenty of shade. Inquire on premises, 2505 Thirteenth avenue. FOR SALE Residence on Twentieth street, near Eighth avenue; eight rooms, all modern; lot 64x140; beauti ful location; $4,200. H. K. Walker. FOR SALE On easy terms, nice build ing lots on Thirtieth street and Eigh teenth avenue; fine location. Inquire at 2412 Seventh avenue. Gottlieb Zwicker. FOR SALE A big bargain, the Dodge home, on Eleventh street and Third avenue; lot su ty 150; nne otick house, modern. For particulars see Eckhart & Buffum. FOR SALE Acre and town lots Just outside of city limits on bluff near street car line, cheap on monthly pay ments. Inquire of John T. Campbell, 1829 Seventeenth street. "Phone 322 West. FOR SALE I. C. Martin's new home, 1(15 Twenty-second street: beautiful, modern house of eight rooms, recep tion hall, cement walks, paved street: place will be sold, as Mr. Martin has moved to Denver. Inquire H. K. Walker. FOR SALE To close estate, the beau tiful borne, No. 712 Seventeenth street; Modern Improvements: east front; eight rooms; fine location; best of re- nair. Cla 11 and namlnc The two-story brick atore building. situated at 1917 Second avenue, now occupied by Dindinger, the printer. This is a good investment. Four acres, with bouse, situated on cor ner Twelfth street and Cemetery road, in South Rock Island: fine place for gardening, florist, or poultry raising. The heirs are desirous of selling these properties as soon as possible- For further information, apply to H. E. Kxell, T15 Seventeenth rt FLORISTS. designs of all kinds. City store, 17 Second avenue. Telephone 111. SENBr'TirAllTlD&P FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Two large front rooms. iurnisneu. at Z3iz Fifth avenue. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room, on car line. Apply at 4502 Sev- enin avenue. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms, suitable for family of two. Address "K. 37," Argus FOR RENT A nicely furnished front room, with modern conveniences, for gentleman, at 2200 Sixth avenue. FOR RE.tr Two furnished rooms, with modern conveniences, at 1222 Fourth avenue. Old 'phone 846-Y. FOR RENT A furnished front room; price very reasonable, at 920 Nine teenth street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with board in small family; modern con veniences. Inquire at 806 Third ave nue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping; also sleeping rooms; at 1403 Second avenue. Old 'phone 75S-K. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping; modern conveniences; use of "phone. Apply at 1928 Ninth avenue. FOR RENT Two desirable rooms for housekeeping, on ground floor, with sewer connections. Inquire at 1911Va Second avenue. FOR RENT Furnished room, with modern conveniences; suitable for one gentleman. Inquire at 520 Twenty-second street. FOR RENT A large furnished front room, with all modern conveniences, one block from car line. Inquire at 1000 Seventeenth street. FOR RENT A furnished front room, with modern conveniences, suitable for two. Inquire mornings or after f. p. ni. at 1023 Sixteenth street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room, with alcove, suitable for one or two gentlemen: rent reasonable. In quire at 1044 Fourteenth street. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping, on ground floor, or entire house; all modern conveni ences. Call at 1027 Sixteenth street. FOR RENT Nicely furnihed front room, with all modern conveniences, including use of 'phone. Apply at 104 Thirteenth street. New 'phone 5412. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, with modern conveniences, on Twenty-third street: central and beautiful location. Address "M. 22," care Ar gus. FOR RENT A large furnished front room, with all modern conveniences; suitable for two gentlemen, or man and wife. Apply at 729 Seventeenth street. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, with private fam ily, or will room and board two gen tlemen. Inquire at 817 Twenty-ninth street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room, with all modern conveniences, suitable for man and wife or two gen tlemen. Apply at 2227 Fourth ave nue .side entrance. FOR RENT - One pleasant furnished front room, with all modern conveni ences; also lirst class table board at reasonable prices. New 'phone 5009; 1229 Second avenue. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Six-room house; all mod crn improvements, at 723 Twenty ninth street. Inquire at 112 First avenue. FOR RENT Two modern flats, in cen tral part of city. Apply to E. H. Guycr. room 18, Mitchell & Lynde building. FOR RENT Five-room cottage; water, telephone, furnace and electric light; also good attic: garden planted. In quire at 1620 Fourteenth street. FOR RENT Five-room flat, with steam heat, hot and cold water; also a suite of rooms for offices: opposite Harper house. lS25Vi Second avenue. L. A. Schmidt. FOR RENT On May 10, in a choice location, one of the finest and best arranged flats in the three cities. No. 1226 Fourth avenue. Apply at the American Steam laundry. FOR RENT A modern flat opposite Longview park; couple without chil dren preferred: reasonable rent to right parties. Inquire evenings after 6 o'clock at 1228 Fifteenth street. FOR RENT A modern house on Twenty-sixth street, with all modern con veniences ,or will sell at a bargain if taken at once. Apply at fcuegei s man office, 320 Twentieth street 'phone 701 -X. old FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT A good piano; terms rea sonable. For particulars, call at 2224 Fourth avenue. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. POSITIONS OPEN We have hundreds of higli grade business ana tecnnicai positions paying from $1,000 to $5,000 a year, but we haven't enough oapa ble, experienced men to fill them. If you believe you are the right man for any of these places write today for booklets. W have offices in all large cities and offer the surest method of marketing your ability for every cent it Is worth. Hapgoods (Inc.) Brain Brokers, 1213 Haittord build ing. Chicago. professional attorneys. JaocsonThuSS torneys-at-law. Office in Rock Isl and National bank building. SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys and counselors at law. Aosirncvi v title. Office in Bengston block. SEARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers. Money to loan on gooa reai "inic curity. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock lsiana, in. H. M. McCASKRIN Attorney-at-Law. Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island office in Bengston block. Milan office on Main street. JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at Law. Unral legal practice. Office room 13, Mitchell & Lynde building. Union Electric 'phone 6601. LCDOLPH & REYNOLDS Attorneys- gal business. Notary public 1706 Second avenue. Buford block. McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys at law. Loan money on good security; make collections. Tleferences, Mitch ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell & Ly-ie building. CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys- at-Law. A. l ..arson, owraim- w- vokat- Office over Cratnpton's store. 1719 Second avenue. Pensiew. Loans. Patents, etc PATENTS. PATENT and trademark office, room 14, Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Island. James F. Murphy, associate, branch of Moore & Co.. patent attor neys. Washing-ton, D. C and Chica go. I1L FUEL. EMPIRE COAL tt COKE COMPANY Wholesale and retail dealers tn bi tuminous and anthracite coaL Prompt delivers service. Office. 1718 First avenue. Telephone west II JO. LODGE DIRECTORY. Masonic. ' TRIO LODGE. NO. 57. A. F. & A. M. Meets in stated communication on the first Thursday of each month. A. F. Casper. v. M.; V William B- Pettit. secretary. ROCK ISLAND LODGE. NO. 658. A. F. & A. M. Meets in stated communica tion on the first Friday of each month. H. A. eleven stine. W. M.; 1L S. Boll man, secretary. ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER. NO. 18. R. A. M. r-Meets in stated convocation on the first Tuesday of each month. S. J. Ferguson. H. P.; L. C Daugherty, secretary. ROCK ISLAND COUNCIL. NO. 20. R. & S. M. Meets in stated communica tion on the third Wednesday of each month. D. J. Sears, T. L M.; L. C Daugherty, secretary. ROCK ISLAND COMMANDER Y, NO. 18. K. T. Meets in stated conclave on the second Monday of each month. L. C. Daugherty, K. C-; R- C. Wilier ton, recorder. ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER. NO. 69. O. E. S. Regular meeting second Wednes . i . i . . t i - oay or eacn raoniii. aiai y r... xwtoto. W. M.; Vashta Bollman. secretary. MASONIC BOARD OF CONTROL II. D. atacK, president; r. x. aijcio, Bn, tary. INSURANCE. GOLDSMITH & M'KEE Write all kinds and classes of insurenee in oiuesi ant, strongest companies at lowest rates. Old 'phone 388. New 5574. PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and Insurance. Old Are companies repre sented. Your patronage solicited. Phone union 61. Office over Thomas' drug store. INSURANCE on dwellings and house hold goods a specialty. Jiaesi ana bfst companies, lowest rates. C R Chamberiin. Mitchell A Lynde block, phone 1030. BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire, life, accident, healtn ana piste suss. Real estat and loans. Room 2, Bu ford block. Residence "phone union 361, office union 113. TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city property, 20 cents per jiuo one year, 40 cents per $100 three years, 60 cents per $100 ttve years. Call or address C. R. Chamberlln, agent, Mitchell & Lynde building. HAYES & CLE A V EL AND The pioneer agency. Old time ana nre tesiea com panies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado, accident, life, or almost any form of risk. Ground floor office 210 to 218 Eighteenth street. WE WILL BOND YOU Executors', ad ministrators , guaruiuiis . iruirr , anv kind of judicial bonds; lodge and society officers: city, state or U. S. government officials; contractors, po sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of bond vou want (except bail bonds). Terms reasonable. Hayes ir Cleave land. resident managers Fidelity & Deposit company, of Maryland. MISCELLANEOUS. UPHOLSTERING First class work only. Estimates iree. iarge assort ment of covering samples. F. Renaut. 329 Twentieth street; new 'phone 5492. Old 'phone W. 712-L. ELECTROLYSIS Superfluous Hair and Moles permanently removed with the electric needle without pain; treat ment given at resilience, unless other wise desired. Address Miss A. M. Kitlredge, 930 Twenty-second street. WANTED Household goods to move, store, pack or ship at reduced ratts to Pacific coast and other points. For the best service at lowes rates, write or call on Ewert & Richter Express & Storage company. 322-326 Et Fourth street. Davenport. Iowa, Tel. 598. IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent anything, engage help or secure a situation, the Mail Is the one pa per in Moline that can do it for you. Mail wants are popular and Mail wants orlng results. One-half cent fier word is the price to all alike, cash n advance; 2-cent stamps will do. Evening and Saturday Mail, Moline, I1L WANTED We sell yor ability with out in any way endangering your present connections. Our service Is confidential and is planned to aid the man whose success in his present po sition proves his ability to fill a bet ter one. Why not get in touch with some of the excellent opportunities now open? We have all sorts of high grade positions executive, clerical, technical and salesman paying from $1,000 to $.j.ooo a year. Ask us for booklets. Offices in 12 cities. Hap goods (Inc.) Brain Brokers, 1213 Hartford building. Chicago. MONEY TO LOAN. money TO LOAN On real estate se curity at lowest rates. Marion E. Sweeney, attorney, rooms S3-35, Mitchell St Lynde building. Rock Isl and. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning money on household goods, horses, wagons, etc., without removal and in a quiet wav. Call on us for Quick loans. Fidelity Loan company, room 38. Mitchell & Lynde block. EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AND CAB. rTh3b!j"'"t"raNSFER COMPANY 120 West Seventeenth street. Old 'phone 1537. new 'phone 6158. New storage building. Express, baggage, 'bus and cab calls answered day or night. EWERT & RICHTER Express and Storage company, having unequaled facilities for moving, storing, packing and shipping household goods, and can quote reduced freight rat's to Pacific coast and other points. Write or call. Office and warehouse, 322 326 East Fourth street, Davenport, Iowa. Tel. 598. GflAIN AND PROVISIONS. H. J. TOHBR & CO. Brokers, Daven port. Stocks, grairn provisions, cot ton. Private wire to New York and Chicago. Offices 109 Main street. Tel ephone 407. GEORGE II. SIDWELL & CO. Com mission merchants. Grain, hay and provisions. Members of the Chicago board of trade and Chicago stock ex change. Established 25 years. No. 642 and 543 Rialto building. L ng distance 'phone Harrison 2668. nOTEL" AND HKSOBTS. LABVE3Alf'7lOTS i,767 feet above the sea. All year round resort. A perfect place for rest. For particulars, address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, medical director, Las Versa. N. M. ART DECORATION. v. PARI DON & BOS Artistic interior decoration. Finest line of late paper carried and skilled workmen employ ed. Moderate prices. 417 6vn teenth street. IDUCATIONAL. AUGUSTAN A COLLEGE Bualneaa de partment. A thorough business training given for entry Into com mercial life. Terms reasonable. Ap ply at Augustana colleae VILLA DE CHANT AL A home school conducted for girls by the Sisters of the Visitation. Rudimentary and higher branches and all politic ac complishments taught. Twentieth street and Fifteenth avecae. Rock Island, 111 UCGAU Conservator's Sale of Real Estate. State of Illinois. Rocir Tian.t rv,n. ty ss. In the County Court of said county. To the April term. A. D. 1905. In the matter of the petition of George w. Henry, conservator of Elizabeth B-ngman. an insane person, for leave to sell real estate of said insane per son. By virtue of an order and decree of the county court of said Rock Island county, state of Illinois, made and i tered in the above entitled cause on the 3rd day of April. A. D. 1905. belns One Of the dSVS Of t h aai.l Arwrll f curt. I shall, on Wednesday, the 3rd day of May. A. D. 1905. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o clock n. m.. to-wit at th h.r ,-r in o clock a. m.. expose for sale at public vendue, at the premises, in the village of Coal Valley, county of Rook Island, state of Illinois, to the highest and best bidder, all the riirht. titl nn.l inrorus of said Elisabeth Bingman. insane, in wie louowing aesenoed real estate, to wit: lns one tl) and two (2) .In block nine (9. in the town nf rvtnl Y'aiiov and lot two 2. in block ten U0): also all the soft coal lying and being In lot seven (7). of assessor's plat of Coal valley, of date 1S79. and being the min eral rights reserved In said lot when it was sold to Jacob Ellis bv the Coal alley Mining company, said premises are situated in the village of Coal Val ley county of Rock Island, state of Il linois, on the followine terms, tn.vit cash in hand. Dated at Rock Island. 111., this Sth day of April. A. D. 1905. n mRfip v- ttpvnT Conservator of Elisabeth Bingman. In- h "e. Kirrutor'a Notlee. Estate of Friedrii-k Kullm.inn ceased. The undersigned, havinsr been an. pointed executrix of the last will anil testament of Friedrick Kollniann. late of the county of Uock Island, state of Illinois, deceased .hereby gives notice that she will appear before the conntv court of Rock Island conntv. at the county court room, in the citi- of Hoolc Island, at the Julv t.-rm on' lhi tir-t Monday in July next, at which time all persons, naviitg claims against said es tate are notified ami requested to at tend, for the purpose of havintr the same adjusted. All persons Indebted O said estate are requested to make im mediate payment to the undersigned. i'aieu tins 'ith lav or April. 1905. MARIA KOLLMANN. Executrix. RAILWAYS AND STB A MR RS. CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC nauway rickets may be purchased at the city ticket office. 1829 Second avenue, or C. R. I. & p. depot. Fifth av enue, foot of Thirty-first street. 'Phon ?MM,El-.CWA14"- FRANK Trains. J East. West. "Slrn State" ... .Id 7;50 amdlt:10 am -"""" " c-i'-vmi iu o;iupmiaiz; 45 pen :li am :40 pm Omaha )d 1:45 amla S r i. worm, Denver I & Kansas City ..Id S-2eamld10 Minneapolis id 6:20 amla Davenport A Chi- I .i pro cago a ;&.) amid 7; 00 pm, 25 am 10 pm 61 an 06 am 00 am 15 pm 40 pm Omaha Colorado & Omaha Des Moines & Oma ha .112 SR am a ft! Id 1:10 pm dlO a!2:ll am d .,,11 dc 1 1 Dmahn I. ..J n m t .1 Des Moines Express l;40pm!d $: 7; 01. rin at Minne apolis Denver. Ft Worth a 1:4$ am & Kansas Citv . .In K-1K mMIA Kansas Citv, St. ' Joe & California.. Iall.10 prald 7 10 am noc-K isinnii & Washington .... Ial2;50 pmld 1:26 pm Moines Jd l:40pmf S Rock Island K.- I 1 SO pm Brooklyn Accom.la 4:Ki pmld 7:1s am Omaha a 6:60 pml l;E0am Omaha & Des I Moines d 6;10 pmal$;6t pm Cedar Rapids & I I Tipton lal0:J7amd 4:10 pm Hoik Inland Jt Peoria Dlvlslem. Trains leave Twentieth street ata tlon. Main line trains start from main depot on Fifth avenue mlnutea In ad- vance of time given. Train s. I Leave. Arrive. Peoria, Springfield, I St. I. Init'nU . . I fi - I A . m ;S0 pm 1:66 pm Peoria & St. Louis.. J 7:20 pm l-eoria, jnu pis, (,111. I Bloomington ....I 1:15pm 11:15 am Sherrard Accom. ...I 9:10am 8:41 am S:4tpm 1:J0 pm dally ax. (Jable & Sherrard Accorn I 9:45 am Cable & Sherrard . . 3:10 pm a, arrival; a. departure; , cept Sunday. CHICAGO, BURLINGTON A QUINCY Depot. Second avenue and Twentieth street. Telephone, old west J80, new 17t. F. A. RIDDELL. Agent. Trains. J Leave. Arrive St. Louis. Spring- I field. Galesburg, Peoria. Quincy ... Sterling, Mendota and Chicago ' St. Louis. Kansas I 1:49 am 9:11 asa 9:19 ass 7:18 pm 7:11 ass :4f am City, Denver and Pacific coast Sterling and points intermediate Dubuque, Clinton, La Crosse, St. Paul. Minn., and northwest Clinton. Dubuaue .. a 7:19 m 7:19 pm, 7:10 nm 9:10 am 7:98 pm I 7:16 am Clinton and inter- I mediate points ...I 7:11 ami 7:98 am s stop at Rock Island for meals. ?il!Jy??ceI?L Sunday. CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A 8T. PAUL Railway D., It. I. &. N. W. passenger station at font of Seventeenth street. 8. B. STODDARD. Agent. P. L. Hinrichs, commercial agent, 801 Brady street. Davenport. Trains. I Leave. Arrlv Clinton, Dubuque, Ml. I'aul. Mil waukee, Chicago.. 7:00 am 8:42 am 8:55 pm 10:25 pm j Elgin and Chicago, (H. w. Limited) . , Muscatine, Wash ington. Kansas City (S. W. Lim ited i Muscatine, Wash ington, Kansas City , Fulton, Savanna. Elgin, Chicago ... Fulton. Savanna. I 10:25 pm 8:42 am I I I 5:40 am 10:25 pm l ! 10:35 pm 6:40 am I i Clinton. Cedar Dubuque . 3:30 pm;ll:50 am Raptan. Omaha, i Freeport . ....... 3:45 pmll:40 am lsll irtMtot Htinda IOWA & ILLINOIS RAILWAY (INTER urban) Station. 117 Brady street, Davenport. Telr-phone, Central Union. North 740. Fare, due way, between Davenport and Clinton, 70 cents. Round trip, $1.20. Five hundred milt book. 7a,(. Train Davenport for Bet tendorf, Pleasant Valley, Le Claire. Prlncefn. Clinton Davenport for Pleasant Valley .. Leave. Arrive. 8:45 am 11:45 am 1:45 pm 4:15 pm 6:45 pm :15 pm 11:45 pm 6:30 am ! :00 am 11 :30 am 2 :oo pm 4 :30 pm 7 :00 pm :30 pm 11:46 oml STKAJt BOATS. s STEAMER ECLIPSE Clinton Dally Packet. Leaves Rock Island I 3:15 pm Leaves Davenport I 3:00 pm Arrives Clinton 8:00pm C J. MA NO AN. Ageot. Dock, foot of Nineteenth street