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THE AUGUS. THURSDAY. MAY 4, iooj.
In The ORION NEWS. Orion, 111., May 4. Miss Lula Appel .4uit. or itocK island was In town last week to attend the funeral of William -jajuc. vnne nere ne was tne guest ji miss uessie Wayne, in. . . -iaoie rrost nas returned to ner Home in Cambridge after a pleas rfni visit with relatives and friends nere. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. LIpplncott have returned home after spending the win er In St. Petersburg, Fla. nss Anna Bodlne returned last week to her home In Rock Island after a few days visit with Dr. and Mrs. F. O. Ringnell. Mrs. S. F. Purdy of Abingdon is vis iting her daughter. Mrs. W. J. Dlod gett. Mrs. Archie Bolton has returned home after a week's visit in Cam bridge. miss Geneva Crampton arrived home Wednesday evening from Los Angeles. Cal., being called here by the death of her grandfather. William Wayne. 13. F. Gilbert, the postofflce Inspec tor, was here last week calling on Post master Bell. Mrs. E. I,. St reed and children spent a few days last week with relatives in Cambridge. Miss Nellie Kerr Is visiting with relatives at Reynolds. Edward Duffield and niece. Miss Bessie Wayne were in CJalesburg one day last week. John W. Samuelson is quite sick with typhoid fever but we hope for a speedy recovery. Mrs. Edwin Frost and children of Rock Island are visiting with relatives here. Miss Ella Taylor of Geneso is vis iting with Mrs. P. W. South. Mrs. W. N. Say re has been spending a few days with her daughter at War ner. Quite a number from hero attended tho dance in Oseo last Thursday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gustafson and eooooooooooocooooooooooooo ReaJ Estate FOR SALE. $1,025 buys five-room cottage, 8th street and 3th avenue. $1,450 buys nlx-room cottage, 37th street and 14th avenue; large lot; in Kood repair. $3,500 buys seven-room brick house; bath and furnace; 15th street; easy terms. $2.S00 buys 11 -room house; bath and gas; suitable for boarding- house and roomers; 4th ave nue, near 16th street; easy terms $2.fioo buys modern seven-room house; bath, electricity, furnace; 14th street, near 10th avenue; cast front; 11,200 down. $1,450 buvs 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. $2,600 for 3112 9th avenue; lot 10xirft; 8 rooms; all modern ex cept furnace; good barn; an ideal home: bargain. $2,500 for R08 21st street: lot 64x140; 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 lota on 12th street. 40x1 NO feet; $200 each; these will go quick. $900 will buy SOS 6th avenue. $250 buys fine lot. 16tli avenue nnd 11th street. 40x125. $3.5oo Eight-room brick house, lot SO-foot front, room for anoth er house, or can sell off a 40-foot lot; 3rd avenue .near 12th street; bargain. 12.200 Eight-room house; mod ern ; large lot. and fenced. This property is a bargain, and well adapted for raising poultry: lo cated on 11th street. South Rock Isla nil. Lots, $200 up. Goldsmith & McKee Old Phone 388. New 6574. AMUSEMENTS. biatCTIOM ClUHtlllUII.KlNTCONMMV. Kitra A t;uaraiited Attrnrtlou. One Night Only, Sunday, May 7. The Shea Amusement Company Presents 411 people in the Gorgeous Musical Furce Comedy Production. A TRIP TO EGYPT" Bv C. Herbert Kerr, writer of "The Beauty Doctor." "Over the Fence." Etc. The Great Cnst. including Carson & Willard. Thomas Springer. Arthur Hart, Catherine I .a Tour. Boyd J. Oilmour. Daisy King. Phoebe Cardownie. Mrs. i"ravt-u. Jack Vincent. Eddie Craven. Gertrude Carter, the Franklin Twins. Acrobatic Dancer. no. Sparkling Song Hits "The Girlie With the Wink." "Rose. Sweet Rose." "That Little Black Gal of Mine." Sex tet. "Stroll Together." Elaborate scenic display, new and novel electrical effects. ballet of pony lancers, srorgeous costumes, funniest play of the season. PRICKS 25c. 50c. 75c and $1. Sale will open Fridav morning. Orders by telephone 224 y 111 receive prompt at tention. OiaicTioN Clumnu.iBT.onrnT. Daily Matinee and Mght. ( mmeaelaK Monday, May 8. THE THREE GRACES. ARMSTRONG &. VORN. THOMAS A FULLER. PASCATEL, THE GREAT. SMITH BROTHERS. KINADROME. "THE CLEPTO-M ANI AC." MADGE MATELAND. Matinee, and 2c. in,- Night prices. 1'C- j -c rmw 1 1 ! - Suburbs. son Clayton spent Sunday in Cam bridge with relatives. Xels Swanson is visiting in Moline with friends. Dan Cookes, who has been for the last three years engaged in the barber trade here, has gone to his home in Cambridge to work in a barber shop there. On Friday, April 21, shortly before noon occurred the sudden and unex pected death of William Wayne, which was due to heart trouble. The funera services were held from the house Thursday, April 27 at 2:30 p. m. The remains were laid to rest in Western cemetery and the funeral service was In charge of the Masons of which lodge he was a member. He leaves besides his wife to mourn his untimely death four children: G. H. Wayne and Mrs. Margaret Duffield, of Orion Charles H. Wayne of Reynolds and Mary E. Wayne of Philadelphia. Harry McEwen of Rock Island spent last Friday here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Hyde were Sher rard visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reed who have been visiting at L. R. Bothwell's have returned to their home in Rock Island A daughter was born April 25 to Mr, and Mrs. Jarrett Wade of Morgantown W. Va. Rev. P. J. Brodine is visiting in Chi cago this week. Mrs. M. A. oariow wno has been vis iting with relatives for several months departed Monday for her home In Mor gantown. W. Va. Miss Elenor Iove visited over Sun day at home, coming from Galesburg where she is atending school. Miss Kuth Hutcninson oi mirai was in town Thursday. Phil Brodine was a passenger to Rock Island on Monday. P. L. Swanson was in Edginglon last week. Hugh Bambrick visited over Sunday at home with his parents. J. V. St reed of Cambridge was in ' town one day last week. Miss Mayme Applequist of Rock Isl and visited over Sunday with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gaunt of Rey nolds are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kerr. Miss Cora Anderson was home over Sunday coming from Geneseo where she is teaching school. Miss Alyce Trego visited with friends in Rock Island a few days last week. Axel Gabrielson of alesburg was in town a few hours Saturday. Clarence Bothweil was a Rock Isl and visitor Saturday. Mildred Streed is visiting with her grandparents in Wapello. Iowa. Mrs. G. E. Sykes of Knoxville. is spending the week with relatives here. Miss Bertha Stafford of Geneseo is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Staf ford. TAYLOR RIDGE. Taylor Ridge. III.. May 4 Mrs. Rev. Brink gave a party at her home Tuesday evening in honor of her Sun day school class. Mrs. O. Heath and Mrs. Charles Dunlap were Rock Island callers Mon day. Mrs. Godfrey Schneider returned home Tuesday from Center Point, la.. where she has been visiting her daugh ter. Mrs. Bert Brookman. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson were Rock Island visitors Monday. Mrs. Preston Ball visited with hrr mother, Mrs. F. Huber, of Illinois City, over Sunday. The Ladies' Aid society met at Mrs. Fred Garnett's Tuesday. Mrs. H. P. Wester is visiting with friends and relatives in Rock Island this week. Miss Hattie Dean who has been as sistine Mrs. Mamie Urwin with house work the past six months was taken seriously ill Friday evening while eat ing her supper. Two doctors were called who found her in a bad condi 4i- cwo unconscious for two uiiv " - -' hours, heart trouble being the cause. She was removed to her home near Milan Sunday. FOSTER. Foster, May 3 Miss Helen Brown, of Milan, visited her sister, Mrs. H. White, last week. Also C. E. Chase, of Moscow. Iowa, a cousin of Mrs. White and Mrs. Brown, visited at the home of Mrs. White. Mrs. Brown ac companied her brother to his home in Moscow, where she visited. E. E. Reynolds, of Rock Island, visit ed his brother Frank last Saturday. Rev. J. R- Spiller and wife called at the home of George Workman Tues day. Dr. George Morgridge. of Muscatine, was called to the home of H- Beeney yesterday in consultation with Dr. J. II. Bendle. Mr. Beney has been ill for some time as a result of the grip. His many friends are painwd to learn of his critical condition. Miss Kate Foster entertained friends from Rock Island and Muscatine Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. George Freyermuth and son and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Watson attended the funeral of their cousin. Fred Kauffman, near Wilton, last Wednesday. Mrs. M. Neutiman and sons, Malta and Albert, returned Saturday from Brighton. III., where they had. accom panied the remains of their husband and father. Rev. M. Neuttman. for bur ial. He ared at his home at the Ger man M. E. parsonage Saturday morn ing. April 22. at 8 o'clock, arter a brief illness with prteuraeoia. Rev. Gordon and his singers from Muscatine were greeted with a full house at the Baptist church Sunday evening. The services consisted of songs and talks on temperance, and were highly appreciated by those pres ent. Miss Maud Brisbine. who resides near Pine Bluff, is ill. Memorial services will be observed in the usual way at the Copper Creek cemetery this year. Mrs. Ferdinand Maris and daughter Lizzie are 111. Lewis Kleist is ill. Some of the young people visited the grotto near the river Sunday after noon. ANDALUSIA. Andalusia. May 3. Frank Dollar hide, of Rock Island, spent a few days of last week with relatives. Willard Jarmenter has gone to visit with relatives at Gilman, Iowa. Mrs. Mattie Bird was in Muscatine one day last week. Gertrude Simmons, of Rock Island, attended the dance Friday night. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hart man, twin boys, April 25. Mrs. John Spickler visited with friends in Moline several days of last week. C. L.. Wenks is attending court as a petit juror at the county seat this week. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Roth visited one day last week with their daughter, Mrs. Otto Glazier, southwest of Edging- ton. . Airs. o. t,. Spickler spent Fridav in Reynolds at the home of her daughter. Mrs. George Herbert. i. . Simmons took a large barce to coiona with his launch and returned with a cargo of tile Thursday of last week. Cured His Mother of Rheumatism. -My momer nas been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism." says Y . H. Howard, of Husband. Pa. "At times she was unable to move at all while at all times walking was painful. I presented her with a bottle of Cham berlain's Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided it was1 the most wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried, in fact, she is never without now and is at all times able to walk. An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with." For sale by all leading druggists. When e'er you feel impending ill, And need a magic little pill. No other one will fit the bill Like DeWitt's Little Early Risers. The famous little pills. Early Risers. ure constipation, sick headache, bil iousness, etc. They never gripe or sicken, but impart early rising energy. Good for children or adults. Sold by all druggists. Bad blood and indigestion are deadly enemies to good health. Burdock Blood Bitters destroys them. LOST AND FOUND. FOI'ND A bicycle. Inquire of J. C. Clemann at Clemann & Salzmann's. LOST A black dog, with white breast: dach and cochrel. Liberal reward for its return to 1725 Twentieth street. LOCT A brown . cochrel spaniel, about six months old. Return to 1122 Twen tieth street, or 'phone 55!M. and be re warded. FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Cheap, a tirst 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 and 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 1800 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.'b store. They are the best in existence ;the price is only 50 cents. KI.K4THtll.iSIS. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR AND MOLES permanently removed with the electric needle without pain; treat ment given at the home, unless other wise desired. Address Miss A. M. Kittredge. 930 Twenty-second street. Chicago Dental Company OFFICE 1617 SECOND AVENUE. Pewlnless Extracting and removal of nerves date by us, and the best and most careiui treatment given to all cases. READ THII.: We have a patent thin elastic plate with natural gums that fits in all cases and when others faiL Te use no cheap material in our office, for our work is all guaranteed to be equal to the high est priced dentists ar.d to be first class to every respect. Notice our prices be low, they are always the same: CLEANING FREE. Cement Filling .25 Gold Platinum Filling .50 Silver Filling .50 Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.00 Gold Crowns, 221c, $4 and S5.... 4.00 Thin Elastic Plates 10.00 Best Red Rubber Plates 10.00 O others SJ00 OFFICU, 1607V4 SECOND AVENUE Over Speidel's Drug Store. DR. C 3. MARSHALL. WATrm MALB HELP. WANTED A strong boy. j tween 11:30 and 12:30. S. & Co.. 303 Twentieth street. PPly be M. Arndt WANTED Fifty to 75 men can find steady employment at the Bettendorf Steel Car works. Bettendorf, Iowa. WANTED 25 laborers, for work on canal at Milan. 111., at $1.25 per dav. with board and lodging. Inquire at government office, Milan, 111. WANTED Men : logue explains trade quickly; Barber college. our illustrated cata how we teach barber mailed free. Moler Chicago, III. WANTED 100 colored men at Fifth and Gaines street. Davenport, for concrete work. McCarthy Im provement company. Davenport.' Iow;u WANTED Men and boys, to learn plumbing trade; we cannot supply de mand for graduates; $4.50 to $5" per aay: eignt weeks completes course earn while learning. Address, for cat alogue. Coyne Bros. Company Plumb ing Schools, Cincinnati. Ohio; St Louis. Mo. WANTED Tool and die maker, and ex perimental workers accustomed to small, accurate work; wanted becausi of permanent enlargement of tool room and experimental departments positions permanent ana afford op portunity for advancement for firs class men. Ann v or address Km ployment Department. National Cash Kegister company. Dayton. Ohio. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED A house cigar girl at stand. the Rock Island WANTED A kitchen Rock Island house. woman -at the WANTED A washerwoman. "R. G.." care Argus. Address WANTED A work, at lo: girl for general' house- S Nineteenth street. WANTED work. Call Girl for general house at 3015 Fifth avenue. WANTED A washerwoman to do wash ing tor small family. Address "It. u..' care Argus. r OR KENT Furnished rooms, with all nioaern conveniences, at 13 Twenty- imra street. WANTED A good wages, second street. girl in small family Apply at 820 Twenty- WAITED A young girl to take care of "any; reierences required. Apply at Ziil Fifth avenue. WANTED A nurse girl, about 14 or 1 years old .for day service only. Ap- hi iit-t inira avenue. ANTED A competent girl in family oi tour; gom wages; must lie compe tent. iau at ism nun avenue. AAir,u . nouseneeper on larm 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 nome nignts preferred. Apply at 708 seventeenth street. WANTED A housekeeper, bv respect able widower, on farm. Address, with particulars, giving wages expected. eic, wuiiam f . Arnat. nine, ill. WANTED Ladies: our catalogue ex plains how we teach hair-dressing. manicuring and racial massage quick ly, mailed free. Moler colltge, Cln cago. 111. WANTED Three ladies, to demonstrate locally, audi to travel: permanent good wages; attractive work. Ad dress Mallo-Grape company. Ltd., A. J. Adams, manager, Castleton, 111. WANTED MALE OR FEMALE. WANTED Help, at oncf, Hros'.. ISIS Third avenue. at Bartlett WANTED tJooil man or w'oman. to wasli pans. Apply at kitchen of llar per house. WANTED Solicitors, ladies or gen tlemen; good proposition; experience not necessary. Grand Union Tea company. 226 West Second street. Davenport. Iowa. WANTED Agents. ladies or gentle men; something new; sells like wild lire; household necessity. Why waste your time with articles that are not in demand? Quick returns and big profits. Write today. Madame Ho Ta company, box 75ti, Ia Crosse. Wis. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Housecleaning to do. quire at 311 Tenth street. In- WANTED Three or four unfurnished rooms on lirst floor, or small cottage; no children. Address "F. 5o," Argus. WANTED POSITIONS. WANTED Position, by experienced stenographer: good references. Ad dress "Y.," 1S10 Sixth avenue. FOR SALE: C1TT PHOPERTT. FOR SALE Six-room house, opposite park on Fifteenth street: has fur nace, gas, front stair; $2,600. II. K. Walker. FOR SALE One of the finest residence sites in the city: four large lots, with eifrht-room house; a big snap. See Eckhart & Buffum. FOR SALE Best bargains In lots on Twenty-fifth street arid 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; $1,800. 11. 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 t. CCUlii aveuue, WVSll.ftff Zwlcker. i the Dodgel and Third' I FOR SALE A big bargain, home, on Eleventh street avenue: lot SO by 15"; line brick 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. 1 29 Seventeenth street. 'Phone 222 West. FOR SALE I. C. Martin's new home, 1015 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 II. K. Wal ker. FOR SALE To close estate, the beau tiful home. No. 732 Seventeenth street; Modern Improvements; east front; eight rooms; fine location; best of re pair. Call and examine. The two-story brick store building. situated at 1S17 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 tt E KrelL 715 Seventeenth trrMt FLORISTS. HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlp plannock nursery. Cut flowers and designs of iU kinds. City store, 1M7 Second avenue. Telephone lilt. FOR RETT ROOMS. FOR RENT Two furnished, at 23U large front rooms i Fifth avenue. UK KENT Nicely furnished front room, on car line. Apply at 4502 Sev enth avenue. t UK hLM A nicely furnished front room, with modern conveniences, for gentleman, at 2200 Sixth avenue.' FOR RENT A furnished front room price very reasonable, at 920 Nine- teenin street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light iiouseKeeping; also sleeping rooms at 1403 Second avenue. Old 'phone FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light nouseKeeping; modern conveniences: use of 'phone. Apply at 192S Ninth a veil ue. r OR RENT Large front room, nicely iiirnisneu: modern in every partlcu lar. at 412 Nineteenth street, opposite puouc uorary. FOR RENT Two desirable rooms for housekeeping, on ground floor, with sver connections. Inquire at 19Ili Second avenue. FOR RENT Furnished room, with modern conveniences: suitable for one gentleman. Inquire at 520 Twen ty-second street. FOR RENT A large furnished front room, with all modern conveniences, one block from car line. Inquire at lvof Seventeenth street. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping, on ground Moor, or entire house: all modern conveni ences. Call at 1027 Sixteenth street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room, with all modern conveniences, including use of 'phone. Applv at 101 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 Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, with private fam ily, or will room and board two gen tlemen. Inquire at M7 Twenty-ninth street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room, with :ill modern conveniences, suitable for man and wife or two gen tlemen. Apply at 2227 Fourth ave nue .side entrance. FOR RENT One pleasant furnished with all modern conveni lirst class table board at front room, ences; also reasonable prices. New phone 500!; 1229 Second avenue. FOR KENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Modern eight-room house. Inquire at );)2 Nineteenth street. FOR RENT Six-room house; all mod ern improvements, at 723 Twenty ninth street. Inquire at 1012 First avenue. FOR RENT Two modern fiats, in cen tral part of city. Apply to E. H. Ouyer. room IS, Mitchell c 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 Hat. with steam luat. hot and cold water; also a suite of rooms for offices; opposite Harper bouse. 1825": Second avenue. 1. A Schmidt. 'OR RENT On May 10. in a choice location, one of the finest and b-st arranged fiats in the three cities. No. 1226 Fourth avenue. Apply at the American Steam laundry. FOR RENT A modern fiat opposite Longview park: couple without chil dren preferred: reasonable rent to rinlit parties. Inquire evenings after o'clock at 122S Fifteenth street. FOR RENT A modern house on Twen- tv-sixth street, with all modern con veniences .or will sell at a bargain if taken at once. Apply at Siegel's loan office, 320 Twentieth street; old 'phone 701 -X. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT A good piano; terms rea sonable. For particulars, call at izi Fourth avenue. Ul'MNESS OPPORTUNITY. POSITIONS OPEN We have hundreds of high grade business and technical positions paying from $1,000 to $5,000 a year, but we haven't enough capa ble, experienced men to till them. If vim believe you arc the right man for anv of these places write today for booklets. We have offices in all large cities and offer the surest method of marketing your ability for every cent it is worth. llapgoods (Inc. Brain Brokers. 1 21 S Hartford build ing. Chicago. PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEYS. JACKSON. U.UTWT & STAFFORD At- tornevs-at-iaw. umce in itoca. isl and National bank building. SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys at law. Abstracts of Bengston Dlock. and counselors title. Office In EARLE & MARSHALL Lawyers. Money to loan on good real estate se curity. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock Island. III. II. M. McCASKRIN Attorney-at-LAW, Rock Island and Milan, nocx isiana office in Bengston block. Milan office on Main street. JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at Law. General legal 13, Mitchell & racnce. umce room ynde building. Union Electric phone 6601. LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS Attorneys- at-Law. Money to loan, ucntnu le gal business. Notary public. 1705 Second avenue. McENIRY & McEMRY Attorneys at law. Loan money on goua security, make collections. References, Mitch ell & Lynde. bankers- Office, Mitchell & Lyr.ie bulldine. CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorney s- at-Law. IV. A., larson, nweain w voitaL Office over Crampton'i store. 2719 Second avenue. - Pensiu. Loans. Patents, etc EXPRESS, STORAGE, HI'S AND CAB. KOBBS' TRANSFER COMPANY 120 West Seventeenth street. Old 'phone 1537. new 'phone 6158. New storage bulldinic. Express, baggage, 'bus and cab calls answered day or night. E WERT & RICIITER Express and Storage company, having unequaled facilities for moving, storing, packing and shipping household goods, and can quote reduced freight rates to Pacific coast and other points. Write or call. Office and warehouse, 322 328 East Fourth street, Davenport, Iowa. TeL 698. PATENTS. PATENT and trademark office, room 14. Mitchell A Lvnde building. Rock Island. James F. Murphy, associate, branch of Moore A Co., patent attor neys Washington, D. C and Chica go. Ill, KIEL. EMPIRE COAL A COKE COMPANY Wholesale and retail dealers In bi tuminous and anthracite coal. Prompt dellverjr service. Office. 1718 First avenue. Telephone west 1290. QKATINC AXD FLl'M BINO. CiiiWNNON! PEIIRY Ac7CHeattng and plumbing along scientific lines. Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeenth street 'Pfcos UiS. LODGE DIRECTORY-. Masonic. TRIO LODGE. NO. 57. A. F. A- M. 4 Meets m.yr on tt s in stated communication he first Thursday of eacn Vv month. Willian A. F. Casper. W. M. m is. I'etut. secretary. ROCK ISLAND LODGE. NO. 638. A. F. & A. M. Meets in stated communica tion on the first Fridav of each month. H. A. Clevenstine. W. M.: H. S. BoU- man, secretary. ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER. NO. 18. R A. M. Meets in stated convocation on the first Tuesday of each month, fa. 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 Mondav of each month L. C. Daugherty, E. C.; R. C. Wilier ton, recorder. ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER, NO. 269. O. E. S. Regular meeting second Wednes day or eacn montn. Alary k. ivreis, W." M.; Yashta Bollman, secretary. MASONIC BOARD OF CONTROL II. D. Mack, president; F. T. Myers, secre tary. INSURANCE. GOLDSMITH & M'KEE Write all kinds and classes of insurence in oldest ant. strongest companies at lowest rates. Old 'phone SS8. New 5574. PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and Insurance. Old nre companies repre sented. Tour patronage solicited. 'Phone union 6$. Office over Thomas' drug stora. INSURANCE on dwellings and house hold goods a specialty. Oldest ana best companies, lowest rates. C. R. Chambenin. Mitchell A Lynde block. Phone 1030. BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire, life, accident, health and plate glass. Real estate and loans. Room 2, Bu ford block. Residence 'phone union $61, office union 113. TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city Property, 20 cents per $100' one year, 0 cents per $100 three years, 60 cents per $100 five years. Call or address C. R. Chamberlin, agent. Mitchell & Lynde building. HAYES & CLE A V ELAND The pioneer agency. Old time and lire tested 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, guardians, trustees, or any 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 you want (exc-pt ball bonds). Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave land. resident managers Fidelity & Deposit company, of Maryland. MISCELLANEOUS. PHOLSTERINO First class work only. Estimates free. Large assort ment of covering samples. F. Renaut. ."29 Twentieth street; new 'phone 5492. Old 'phone W. 712-L. SHARPEN lawn mowers to stay sharp: work called for and delivered free; try an expert once: drop me a postal. "George Sewell. lii2 Thirty second street. Rock Island. 111. WANTED Household goods to move, store, pack or ship at reduced ratts to Pacific coast and other points. For he best service at lowes rates, write or call on Ewcrt KH'htcr Kxpress v Storage companv. 322-326 East Fourth street. Davenport. Iowa. Tel. 598. IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent anything, enguge help or secure a situation, the Mail Is the one pa per i Mall in Moline that can do it for you. wants are popular and Mail wants oring results. One-half cent per word is the price to all alike, cash in advance: 2-cent stamps win ao. Evening and Saturday Mail. Moline, WANTED We sell yor ability with out in any way e-ndiingering 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 $l.ii0( to $.".ooii a year. Ask us for booklets. Offices in 12 cities. llap goods Inc Brain Brokers, 1213 Hartford bulldinvr. Chicago. MONEY TO LOAN. MuNEY TO LOAN On real estate se curity at lowest rates. Marlon E. Sweeney, attorney, rooms 33-35, Mitchell A Lynde building. Rock Isl and. 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 38. Mitchell & Lynde block. EDUCATIONAL. AUGUST ANA COLLEGE Business de partment. A thorough business training given for entry Into com mercial lite. Terms reasonable. Ap ply at Augustana college. VILLA DE CHANTAL 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 avecue. Rock Island. 111. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. port. Stcks, grain, provisions, cot ton. Private wire to New York and Chicago. Offices 108 Main street. Tel ephone 07. GEORGE II. SI DWELL A CO. Com mission merchants. Grain, bay and provisions. Members of the Chicago board of trade and Chicago stock ex change. Established 25 years. No. 642 and 543 Rlalto building. long distance 'phone Harrison 2665. HOTELS AJfD RESORTS. LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Ixcated 6.767 feet above the sea. All year round resort. A perfect place for rest. For particulars, address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, medical director. Las Vegas. N. M ART DECORATION. PARIDON A SON Artistic Interior decoration. Finest line of late paper carried and skilled workmen employ ed. Moderate prices. 417 Seven teenth street. CLAIRVOYANT. DR. MARY YATES Magnetic healer and spiritual medium. Hours, 1 to 10 P m. R(dence. 7o5 Fourth avenue Take the Blue line wt. LAUNDRIES. ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Bauersfeld A Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and quick service. 1814 Third avenue. 'Phone west 1218- ARCHITECTS. LEONARD DRACK Architect and su perintendent. Skinner block, second floor. Office hours, 10 to 12 a, m-. 4 to 5:10 p. ax. LEGAL F.iecntor's Notice. Estate of Friedrick Kallmann. de- ap and cea sed. The undersigned, having been pointed executrix of the last will testament of Friedrick Kollmann. late in lon"y Rock Island, state of iwiiiims. ueceasea .nereov gives notice that she will appear before the countv court of Rock Island count v, at the county court room, in the cltv of Rock Island, at the July term, on" the first Monday in July next, at which time all persons having claims against said es tate are notified and requested to at tend, for the puroiise of Invino- ti. same adjusted. All persons, indebted t said estate are requested to make im mediate payment to the undersigned Dated this 27th dav of April, inos. MARIA KOLLMANN. Executrix. Notice of Klanl Settlement. Estate of John H. Lloyd, deceased. Public notice is herehv uiv.-n ii.mi .. undersigned executrix of the last will I'M testament of John II 1.1.i-.l .1. cd. has this dav fil,d her fltiil t-iitkt-f and settlement as such in the ceunlv court of Rok Island count v. a ml li.-ar- ing on said report has been' set for Ma v . 1... at ! o'clock a. m.. at which time persons interested mav appear and make objections thereto, and if no ob jections are tiled, said reVort will be approved at that time, and the under signed will ask for an order of distri bution, and will also ask to ! dis charged. Rock Island. 111., Mav 4. 190.-.. ELLEN LLOYD. Executrix. Jackson. Hurst Stafford, attorneys. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. GUSTAV ULAN KEN BURG All kinds of contracting, building and jobbing: workmanship guaranteed: estimates furnished. Residence. S17 Twenty ninth street, 'Phone 59SS. D. 1 1 OH EN HO K EN Contractor n.I 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 5756. JOHN VOLK A CO. Contractors and builders. Also manufacturers of Fiisii. ooors. Diinds and mouldings. Dealers In plate window and srt glass. Offices and factory. $11 to 129 n.iB-uieenin reet RAILWAYS AND STEAMERS. CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND A PArtVIe Railway Tickets mnv bo nnrrh... at the city ticket office. 1829 Second avenue, or C. R. I. & P. rffnnt ictfts enue. foot of Thirty-first street. 'Phone PLUMMEft. CP. A.""- FRANK U Trains. I East. West Gold ten Stnte" m 7; SO am dl 2 : 1 0 am Oali Denver Limited .n.imni..iTisi ia e;iupmdiz 45 pm Omaha Ft. Worth. Denver 1:45 am a t:(lam Kansas City ..d 6:2" amldlO: 40 pm Minneapolis Id :20ama 1:10pm Davenport Chi- I cn? d 7:65 amid 7r00rm Omaha . d 12:55 am a :zt am Colorado & Omaha. De. Moines & Oma ha , Denver. Lincoln & d 1:10 pm dl0:10 pm d l:IUn all:tS am Omaha la S:40amd 1:40 pmld OK am 00 am Ies Moines Express! St. Paul & Minne apolis a 1:40 am d 1:15 pm Denver. Ft. Worth & Kansn s rll v a 6:15 am(110;40 pm Kansas t'itv. St. Joe & California.. all:10prald 7:10am kock island & Washington al2:E0pmld Chicago & De8 i l :25 pm Moines d 1:40 pml 1:20 pm Rock Island & 1 Brooklyn Accom . la 4:5S pmld 7:1 am Omaha .. .... . ..a B:50pml t :60 am Omaha & Des Moines ... ... d 6:10pmal2:6tpm Ceilar Rapids & I Tipton Ial0:87 amid 4:$0pn Rock Islaad A Peoria DItIsIobw Trains leave Twentieth street sta. tlon. Main line trains start from mala depot on Fifth avenue minutes In ad vance if time given. Trains. I Leave. Arrive. Peoria. Springfield. I St. I,., Ind'pls Peoria & St. Louis. .1 Peoria. Ind'pls. Clil. Bloominerton ....I 8:10 am :60 pm 5:66 pm 7:20 pm 1 : $5 pm 11:25 am Sherrard Accom. ... Cable & Sherrard Accom Cable & Sherrard 9:10 am B:4 am :45 pm 2:20 Dm :45 am 1:10 Dm a. arrival; d, cept Sunday. departure; dally ax- CHICAGO. BURLINGTON A QUINCY Depot.. Second avenue and Twentieth street. Telephone, old west 580. new $170 F. A. R I DO ELL, Agent. Trains. I Leave. I Arrive St. Louis, Spring- I field. Galesburg, Peoria. Oiilncv ...I :40s :55 am :6( ass 7:15 9m 7:15 s Sterling. Mendota and Chicago I :4t am St. Louis, Kansas lty, Denver and Pacific coast S Sterling and points Intermediate Dubuque. Clinton, Ii Crosse, St. Paul. Minn., and northwest f 7:20 pm 7:15 pm 7:10 pan 1:50 am 7:55 pm Clinton. Dubuque . .! 7:15 Clinton and Inter- I am mediate points ... 7:15am 7:55 is s stop at Rock Island for meala. 4 ? 'J v x i,'il l?uii!l a CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE 8T. PAUL Railway D.. R. I. A N. W. passenger station at foot of Seventeenth street. 8 H. STODDARD. Agent- P. L. Hinrichs, commercial agent, ttil Brady st re I. Davenport. Trains. Leave Arrlvt Clinton. Dubuque, I St. Paul. Mil- I waukee, Chleago. . Elgin and Chicago, j S. W. Limited). . I 7:00 amf 3:42 amf 8:55 pm 10:25 pm Muscatine, Wash ington, Kansas City (S. W. Lim ited! Muscatine, Wash ington. Kansas 'ity Fulton, Havanna, ElKin, Chicago .. Fulton, Savanna, Clinton. Cedar Dubuque Rapid. Omaha, 10:35 pm 1:42 am I I I 6:40 am! 10.35 pm 6:40 am I 10:35 pml I I 3:30 pmll:50 am 3:45 pmll:40 am l-reeport I 'u fSall Run4av IOWA & ILLINOIS RAILWAY (INTER urhau) Station, 117 Brady street, Davenport. Telephone, Central Union. North 740. Fare, one way, between Davenport and Clinton. 70 cents. Round trip. $1.20. Five hundred mile book, $7.50. Trains Leave, j Arrive. 8:45 am 11 :4a am 1:45 pm 4:15 pin :45 pm :1a pm 11:45 pm Davenport for Bet tendorf, Pleasant Valley, Le Claire, Prlncef n, Clint o n Dav.nport for Pleasant Valley .. C:30 am 3:o am 1 1 :30 am 2 :o pm 4 :30 pm 7 00 pm 9:30 pm 11:45 pml l:ltisj STEAMBOATS. I i i STEAMER ECLIPSE Clinton Daily Packet Leaves Rock Island I 3:15 pm leaves Davenport 3:00 pm Arrives Clinton 8:00 pm C J. MANGAN. Agent. Dock, foot of Nineteenth street.