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THE AEGUS, SATURDAY, JLIVRIX, 22, 1899.
Ffctaie of John Wilson Drury.tleeeaseS.
Tb tmdenrtgned haTinir been nppolnied
administrator of the etmte of John V0
aon Orurv. late of tbe county of Rock
Inland. tt of Illinois, deceased, hereoy
(riven notice tbat be will appear before tbe
count court of Hoc it inland oountr. at tuc
count aoun mom. in tbe cilT of Kock laia&u.
at the June term, on the flrt Monday
In June next, at wblcb time ail per-
aona harinir claims aeainst Aaid estate are
Notified arid requested to attend, for tbe pur-
Done of bavin ir tbe name aaiuntea.
All pcnwins indebted to said estate are re-
qaetea to miute unmeaiate pajoici.. w u
liaied thin 5th day of March. A. D. 19
llcsur c Cosiillt, Administrator.
KRtate of Juli Cork rr. deceased1.
Tbe undcrsijrned baying oeen appointed ez
ecutrix of tbe iaKt will and te.lamentof Julia
C'orUeo. late of tbe county of Rock It and.
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby tves notice
that .be will appear before tbe county
court of Rock Inland county, at tbe county
court room, in tne city ol hock l.Siuna. at mc
June term, on tbe flrat Monday In June
Dcxt. at wblcb time all persons bating
claim aralntt aald estate are notified and
requested to attend, for tbe purpose of bar
Injf tbe aame adjusted.
All pernona indebted to aald cm ate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated thla 17tb day of A pril. A. D.
Jclia CoKttiN. Kiecutriz.
Notice of Publication Chancery
McCaJcrln & McCaskrln, lawyers.
State of Illinois.
Ku k i-sland County. (
In tbe Circuit Court. May term, A. D 19.
Km ma William va. George A. Williams. In
An affidavit having been duly tilled and
worn to and tiled in tbe elerk a office of naid
county and state ly tbe above named com-l-lainant.
KmM WiJiamn. tbow cii tbat tbe
residence of tbe alove named defendant U
unknown, notloe In therefore hereby piven
to the naid defendant tbat tbe compla nant
tiled her bill of complaint in said court, on tbe
chancery Mde thereof, on tbe &U1 day of Man b.
and tbat thereupon a nummonn issued out
of a tid court, wbervirasaid nuit In now pending,
returnable on tbe first. Monday in the month of
May next, as is b7 law required.
Now unlesn you. the ssld defendant. Cleorze
A. illlsins shall personally be and appear te
forcsald circuit coutt. on the first day of the
next term thereof, to beboldei at Koek Island
In and for tbe naid county, on tbe !ir-.t Monday
In May next, und plead, answer or demur to tbe
nald complainant bill of complaint, tbe same
nn toe matter ana mines tnerein cnanied
and stated w-U be taken as confessed, and a
decree entered against you accoidin to the
prayer 01 saiu uui.
(ifiRi;! W. Oambi.e, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. Mirrb is, Mf.
MCC'A-SKMI.X All- A-SKKISi.
Your heart beats over one fenn-
dred thousand times each dzr-
One hundred thousand suppliesof
gooa or oaa Diooa to your oriu.
U'hich is it?
If bad, impure blood, thenyoar
Drain acnes, iou are trouoiea
with drowsiness vet cannot sleeD.
You are as tired in the morning
as at night. You have no nerve
power. Your food does you but
Stimulants, tonics, headache.
powders, cannot cure you; but
Notice of I'abllcatlon Chancery
State of Tuinois.
Koc-k Island County,
In the circuit court, to May term, K9. In
i:or Murphey vs. Howard J. Murphey.
Affidavit of tbe non-residence of the de
fendant. HowanU Murphey. having been filed
in the clerkVi olHi-e of tbe circuit court of said
county, notice Is therefore hereby iriven to
the said non-resident defendant tbat the com
plainant filed her bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
id day of March. xiQ, and tbat there
upon a summons issued out of said court,
wherein nid suit Is now pendinir. returnableon
tbe tlrxl Monday in the month of Mav next,
a Is by law required. Now. unless vou. the slid
non-resident defendant above named. Howard
J. Murphey. shall personally be and appear be
fore said circuit court, on the first dav of the
next term tberof. to be holden at Koek Isl
and in and for tbe said ciiun't. on the 1st
Monday in May next, und plead, answer
or demur to s id Complainant's bill of com
plaint, tbe same and tbe matters and things
therein charged and stated will be taken iu
confessed, and a decree entered against you
according to the prayer of said bill.
tlniHr.i W. tiAMnt.E, Cleric
Rock Island. Illinois. March Si, law.
SlUKliSoH & Mahhhai.u
I'nhllcatloo Notice In Attachment.
Sttte of Illinois. i
County of Koek Island. (
Circuit court of Rock Island county. May
term. A. I. :VJ.
Joseph L. Haas vs Henrietta M. Ilenser in at
Iutll; notice in hereby irlyen to tbe said
lu ouetta M. Uenser. that a writ of attach
ment issued out of the office of tbe cle k of
the rireuit court of Koek island county, dated
the Nth day of March. A. U Ixyu. at tbe suit of
the nuid Joseph Hans und against Ihnestate
of the said Henrietta M. Ilenser for the sum
of twelve hundred anil cu,'biy-eiff ht dollars
und twenty cents, directed to the hrnfl of
said Rock Island county, which said writ has
been returned executed.
Now. therefore, unless voti. the said Henrl-
rta M. Henser shall personally be and appear
eiore tne sain circuit court or Kiirn isianii
count v on the lirstdsv of the next term thereof.
to be holden at the coutt house in the city of
Koek Island, in said count v. on tbe first day of
Mav. A. 1. In. give special ball, und plead to
the said plaintiffs action, judgment will be
cncrcii against you. unit in favor of the said
Jseph IA HaaM. and mi much of tbe property
attached a may le sufficient to nattsfy sad
judgment and costs will be sold to satisfy the
UBoHfiB TV. Gambi.b. rlerk
rittiti.fK HrtMKu inaintifl a Attorney.
March ath. A. 1. IW1.
will. It makes the liver, kidneys,
skin and bowels perform their
proper work. It removes all im
purities from the blood. And it
makes the blood rich in its life
You will be more rapidly cured
if you will take a laxative dose of
Ayer's plls each night. They
arouse the sluggish liver and thus
Wrtia to our Doctor.
We bavo tlm fxrlustve rrlr of
gome nf tlm motit eminent plivticiaua In
tli Unitt-U Stat-s Write frtteiy all the
particulars In youroae.
Address. DK. J. C. ATER.
Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois.
Uock Island county.
In the Circuit Court, in Chancery. Kore-
clsiirc. t;enerul No. 4."W.
1 be Home Hullding and Ixian Association of
ICork lslaml vs. ttudoipb K Oberiamler and
Hcrih.iK A. Obcrlander and Ch-is lleunln.
lAiuis t . uenmng. ana rred lieuiing. par
hits. Ai:., as C. llenning & Sons, and Clura
Notice is herelvv given tvat by v'rtue of a
decree of said court, catered in the nlmiv en-
tilled cause, on tbe riftb day of April. A. II.
1 shall, ou Suturdav. tbe Taenty-scveiilb
dav of Mav A. 1 lf.1. ut the hour of two
o l.iek in the uftcrooon. ut thir cast door of
ti e court house, in the city of Koek 1-1. u d. in
sa-d county of Koek Island, to satisfy said de
cree, sell at pulilie vendue to the highest bid
der for csh. that certain parcel of land,
s tuaii-in the eotintv of t-ock i-lauii and state
of Illinois, known and described, as follows,
The e'st one half , of Lot Number Ten
fliu. in I'.Ioi k Number Three I II. in litis. iil
ert & 1 ills scojtd addition to the city of Mo
line. Hated at Rock Island. Illin . is. .his Twcnllsth
day of April. A. 1. sv.'
K.1.WIN H I'AKMKMTCK.
t Master In Chancery. Rock Island Count v. 111.
J khon !lL ;t-r. Co.n;ialiiaat s Solicitor
Sweeney Walker. Solicitors.
State of lUmolf.
Koek Island County, t
Koreclosure. General No. 4S.
In the Circuit Court. To the May term A. D.
black Hawk llnmotead Tiu ldin?. Loan and
J-avings Association vs. I'errt V. Weaver
Unsr. Martha J. Weuveiline. Thomas Smart.
Annie Ha ley. Alice K tJohen. Allen l. i;oi
li'n. Joseph J oben. William Uot-en. Edward
Uilxu. Annie Uoben. Maggie Coibutn.
To the aVive named defendants. Thomas
Smart ucd lilonl Ootien and each of them:
Anidit tbat you. the said Thomas Smart,
arc a con resident of the st -te of 1 bnois. and
tbat you. thesid Vulward tiuls-n. have gone
out of the state ol lliioois. mi i."it summons
cannot lx-serveil i:tn vou. bnvuiir b-en nicj
in Hie olllje of the e.erk of the Circuit Court
of said Koek Island county. Illinois, notice hi
hereby git en to vou. awl erb of you. mat tbe
aoove named eomisa.ntani has beieiofore Hied
in saidcourt. Itstiiiof com Unit agai'st you on
the clianccr- s;cte tf si45 court, and la .t t:c
sa:d eaus Is sini .endn.g ibcrein a-tl an1e:r
mineil. ar.d that sailcat.se has been Ctimiuued
lor service ut til tte nxv Mav term of said
court, to Ix-gun and ho. den at th court house
in tbe City of Koek Island, in said county at d
via e beginning on tbe tir-t soonday in May A.
U IKv. at whi.h lime and place you will ari
pear plead, tttotrot demur to said biil of
comp'amt if vou see tit.
Uated at K-M-k Island. Illinois, this list day of
Mircb A. U. MM.
G Rii W. Gamble. Clerk.
Swukit A Walksb.
soliciior!t lor Complain ants.
We are now prepared to tell you
all ntoi:t the superior service offer
ed bv the finest equipped anil itest
miimiged railroad In America, tbe
I4ur!i:ii.'iin. wi'h its new slxty-tivc
ton engines, wide vsiiiiulcd trains.
Iirielv IfUIasiccI luiil;le track, mod
rn hii-'li back coaches, roiimv com-
fortable Pullman c.us. st-perb i!inini;
car s rvii'e arid rcliniog chsfr c;rs.
witboul extra ch:ir2c. Th-"line
i b t never fails to cai ry its patrons
to their destination on schedule
lime ihrouirh l':iiori stations, trav
ersing eleven dlncrent staen and
over nearly Kuno miles of rail without
transferor fear of a'cident. The
lfi!r;!n;,-tou is the great
It believes Jo jri insr to the traveling
ut ie full v;ilue ftr what It re
ffive. hv pnvilintr tbe most exol
Ivtii sc virc with uliiiioOcra i"mven
irit :inl ss mrrtstf tra- flinjr anil
ut the lowest rts. The'd rtt-iotM
t bo omtiuuiMl. No truill iu
answer iiui-ition.s. For iu 01 luatiou
M. J. YOUNG, Agent,
H. D. MACK. D. P. A.
Our Display of Spring
is correct in style ard
color. The shapes
are extremely becom
ing and trimmed sp
artistically that you
will be deiighted with
them. Call and get
her prices before pur
Mrs. D. La Frenz
J 32 1 Thtnl avenue.
& Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Rock Island.
C. It I. &. P- Depot . .
' 3ith Street Iicpot...
' llloonungion ... ...
- Terre Ilaute.y
.. P:On a m
. . 8:'V a m
.. 1I:2 a m
.. 1:17 p m
.. 3.15 p m
. . 3:30 p m
. . 6.10 p m
CJW p m
.. 7xi0 p m
. . ST5 p m
. . 9:3, p m
.'.l-3 p n
l:o p m
i.ts p m
4 'i p m
: p m
7 .3D p m
3 JO a m
'AO a m
8.23 a m
" 30 a m
2 PULPIT AND PEW. S
There will be services in the vari
ous; churches as follows:
1 riclty r piscopa'. corner of Sucth avenue
ana -Nineteenth street. He v. K. r. bweeu S T.
D. rector. First eel brat on at 7. Sunday
scho. 1 ain:li. m it ins and celebration at l J:li,
even song at p. m.
Trinity h-pisooDai. earner of Fourth mvenne
ana beventh street. Re. K. F. Pweev S T D.
rector, l.ven long snd Sunday school at i '10.
St. Joseph's lioman Catholic, corner of
second avenue and Fourteenth street. Rev
Thomas Mackln. dean and pastor. Mass at M o.
m. and 10:30 a. m. V esuers at 3 n. m. Sundaa
school at in. m.
S acred Heart Roman Catholic. Twenty-
eighth street and Fifth avenue. Kev. J. F Lock
ncy. pastor. Mass at s and 1(:.'10 a. m. Sunday
seliool at i p. m. Vespers at 7: p. m.
M Mary a German Catnolie. corner of Fourth
avenue ana Twenty-second street. Rev. Her.
rara iiaak. pastor. Mam at 8 and 10:30 a. ra
v espers at a p. m. bunaav school at g-.jo p. m.
lierman Lutheran, corner of Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. C. A. Mennicke
pastor. Services at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p m
Orace English Lutheran, corner of Forty-
fourth street and Seventi avenue. Rev. Joseph
1.. Murphy pastor, services at iO:4s a. m and
7.30 p. m . conducted by Rev. E. F. Bartholo
btted.Hh Lutheran, corner of Fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue, her. Carl K Slatt.
pastor. Services at 10 a. m. and . :30 p. m
bunaay school at 3 p. in.
&ion Swedish Lutheran. 4X.5 seventh are
nue. services at 10: 4a a. m. and " D. m. Sun
day school at v:30 a. m.
tierman Kvangellcal. Mnth street between
Fifth and Sixth avenues. Kev. Theo K Krue'
per, pastor: services at 10:30 a. m. acd 7:30 p. m.
sunaav scnooi at v a. m.
First KaDiLst. corner or Third avenue and
Fifteenth street. Kev. Carlton E. Tavlcr. fti
D., pastor. Services at M:45 a. m. and 7:30 p
m. Morning subjrct.'-ChtlH'.ljf ted up: even
ing. "Towanl Sodom " Sunday schos 1 at W :I0
. co.. s J. W oooin. superintendent, li. j . f,
U . at n:.T0 p m.
of Common Livi
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rer.
Ira W. Allen. Jr.. pastor. Servi-esai 10:4S a
and 7::m n. m. Rev B. W. Keberd. of Milan.
will preach in the morning Uospel a'.d praise
service in the evening: suojeet. "Laborers To
gether W ith (Jon." Sunday school at W:lo a. m
Voung peoDle"!! meeiinsr at fi:3o p. m.
United Presbytei 1 an. Thira avenue ard Four
teenth street. Kev. IX L. McNary, pastor.
Preaching at I0:4S a. m. and .:.fu p. ni. Voung
peopie b meelitiK at (: P-m. Sunday school
at v::o a. m.
Aiken Street Chapel. Presbyterian. South
Rock Island. Rev. L W. Allen, Jr.. pastor- Sub
day school at 1 p. m. ChrLstian tjideavor
meeting at 4 p. m. services every Tueaaaj at
7:du p. m.
south I'ark Chapel, rresoytenan. rm street
and Fifteenth avenue, rtev. w. a. Marquis,
astor: Sunday school at x:w v. m.
Memorial Christian, kcv. i . vv. uraiton. pas
tor, services at ii-i a. m. anu :.? p.
3Iornlug subject. "Christ at tue Doir: even
ing. "Paul at Philippt" sundav school atWMS
. m. v. i. s. c r. at o:.- p. m.
Twenty-nlntn Street Suulay School. Chris
tian. Seventh avenue andTwenty-ninth'slreet,
Rev. T. W. Grafton, pastor. Sunday school at
2 30 p. m. Charlei S. VVangiin. superintendent:
Miss e tta Tanner, secretary. -rayer meeting
ednesday evening at :4.-.
Salvation Army Barracus, i.w second ave-
enue. services as follows: Knee drill at 7 a.
m., holiness meeting at 10:30 a. m.. christians'
meeting at 8 p. m., salvation meeting at 7:30
First Church or Christ, scientist. Twenty-
third street between Seventh and Ninth ave
nues, services at wvt a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Subiect for both services, -Lvertasiing Pun
ishment." Sunoay school follows the morn
ing service. Wednesday evening meeting at
7:30. Reading rooms open every afternoon, ex
cept sund y , from z to 4 -
v. ai. c A. KuUding. corner or Third avenue
and Nineteenth street. Services at 3:3u p. m.
FIFTEEN MINUTE CARS.
Improved and Attractive Service to be
Inaugurated on i:iui Street Tomorrow.
Fifteen minute cars will be inaugu
rated on the KIui street, Fairmount
Topic How Christ Makes I'se I anI Prospect Park line of the Tri-Cit v
s-TheManWith a lMcber." I ,,;i. ',.,
Woodin. leader. Junior Union at 2:30
Free Swedish mLssior. corner of Eleventh
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday school at 2
p. m. Prayer meeting Tburaday at 8 p. m.
r-manuei tiaptist. 41 ony-rourtn street.
Kev. C. VV. Woodru!!. pastor. Sunday school
at 3d. m. li. i. p. u. t o d. m
second HaptLst. Tenth street ana stun ave
nue, Kev. ri . Wilson, pastor: services atii
a. ni. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at-: JO p m.
Swedish Baptist, corner or Tweuty-nrsi street
ana Finn avenue. iTeaehicg at a. m.
und 7::!0 n. m. bv Kev. K. Kosuiurk.
First MethodLst. corner of Finn avenue and
Nineteenth street. Rev. C. O. McCuUocb. pas
tor. Services at I0.-4S a. m. Subject. "Alert
ne-s of Soul. ' Sunday school at V:SO a. m
Junior Icague at ..so p. m.
at C::w d. m.
uerman Methoaiat. corner or :xtn aven it
and Fourteenth street. Kcv. F. L. Litzrodt
pastor: services at 10:13 a. m. and 7::io p. m.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.. J. J . Hei', super
intendent. Kn worth. Lcutuc at 7. Junior
League at 2 n. in.
Alncan Method st. Fourteentn street ana
Fourth avenue. Kev. C. H Thomas, pat tor.
Services at 10.:0 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at !-'.:) n. m.
Hroaawav f resbyter an. corner or Twenty
third street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. S
Marquis, pastor. Services at 10:IS a. m. a-ul
::J0 n. ni. in I lie mort!iT4 kcv. -uarn'iis will ex
change nulnits with itev. V. W . t i lard, of
Mo.ine. a union temperance meeting ot the
Proa-lway and First Methodist churches in the
evening. Sunday school at, i:ju a. m. loung
neoole m meeting at h:4.- D- m.
Central iTesoytenan. aecona avenue, dc
railway system tomorrow mornino-
Cars will run through from the irlow
works. Uock Islam!, to tbe head of
Fifteenth street, Moline, without
change according to the new schedule.
The new switches essential to this
arrangement have been put in, and
work is already under way on another
switch in Moline. which when com
pleted will insure tho- rumiing of the
cars on this branch down Fifteenth
street to Fourth avenue. This iui-
ges to be
established tomorrow, lire cars .will
be placed on Kim street instead of
two. As a consequence there wiil al
ways be a car on Second avenue for
this line, the cars passing at tue Har
per house corner. When the rutc is
extended down Fifteenth street in '
Moline another car will be added. The '
company expects to make this oue of
the best lines of the system, and to
tnis end is promising attractive serv
ice at the start. The public will do
J4wonh3Leaaguae prov.nicn will be put into .
I week hence. With ihe change
of Sirth tvenicl ....n- i i . c
"For alx Tears I was a victim of dys
pepsia in its worst form. 1 toulu eut nutbing
but milk toa.t, nni nt times my bti n:..i h would
not retain and durst even that. Last March
lii t-an tiikinu CASCARKTS and since then 1
I.i. .e steadily improved, until X am US well US I
ever was in my lire.
Uavii) 11. I'.Iiriirnv. Newark, O.
luc h I
fq Jy CATHARTIC
Zyaw TXADt MARK RfOISTTRSD
PloaLint. I'alataLli. Iotinl. Tantp (IctoA. Tin
byyi, uver .Meken. vv caen. or Oni e. Iiv. 2Jc. otc.
. CURE CONSTIPATION. ..
rtte Urmtrtj . rklcaf, VMIrral, Era Vor. 511
SC Trt RP Sold and crinrnnfeeil by all drnif-
aw-aw anw KISIS U) a, a, J C lOUOCCO uaUII.
Kstate of Henry Kirdorf. deceased.
The undersiirned. havimr been apnolnted
adminiKiratnx or tne esta'e or Henry Kirdorr.
late or tne county or kock lsiana. state ol Illi
nois, deceased, hereby (fives notice that she
will appear before the county court of Kock
Island county, at tbe county court room, in the
city or Koek island, at tne Jii'y term, on tbe
brst Monday in July next, at which time
all persons bavini; claims atrainst said estate
are notified and requested to attend, for tbe
Duroose of havimr the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated th's r.'tb day of Ap-ii. A. u. iw.i.
Axna K1HUOHF, Administratrix.
Notice of Publication In Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. I
In tbe circuit court of said county. To tbe
May term, ln. In chancery.
Ma v Rcadden vs John Scadden.
Affidavit of tbe non-residence of the above
named defendant. John Scadden. having been
liicd in the circuit court of said county, notice
Is therefore hereby triven to the said non
resident defendant that the comp'ainant tiled
her bill of comnlaint in said court, on tbe
chancery side thereof, o-a the Slst day of I kidney
M:L1SI1 A II 1 S'lM 110 trlllr. X tl' eitftOfl 11 KIlfTl. I . . -
moas issued out of said cou't, wherein said
suit is now peedimr. returnable on tbe first
Mondav in tbe month of May nel', a Ls by
law required. Now, unless you. tbe said non
resident defendant above named, shall per
sonally be and appear before said circuit court,
on the first day of the next .terra thereof,
to be boldea at hock Island in and for
the said county, on the llrsi Monday in
May next, and piead. answer or demur
to tbe said complainant's bill of complaint,
tbe same and the matters and thintrs therein
charired and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according-to
the prayer of said biil.
UE 'HUE w. umuLE. tierx.
Rock Island. Illinois. March HI. A. D. 1W
O. K. Ckaheh, Compla:uants Solicitor.
How shall I advertise to bring the
greatest returns? Ihis a question
to which progressive business men.
jobbers, manufacturers, specialists
and otiifrs are obliged to give m
thought. To seem e the greatest
suits for the expenditure is the busi-'
ness of the Banmrg Advertising com-
pauy, ot bt. 1'aul, Minn., a reliable
lirui, established in bS7, and repre
senting the newspapers and periodi
cals of America. They place at your
dispos 1 their thorough experience in
advertising varied lines of business
successfully; their knowledge of cir
culations and the assistance of the
largest corps of" advertising writers
and designers under one roof in this;
country. If you are an advertiser,
or contemplate becoming one, a con
sultation with their . representative,
who will be at tbe Harper house April
z.j, win oe one ol material value to
you. Jelenhone, call or drop a pos
tal, and he will be pleased to call upon
Leaf lard st Gilmore's,
Baseball goods at Hynes'.
For Insurance, E. J. Burns.
Best shoes. Fourth avenue shoe
Hide a Monarch and keep in the
Cut prices on corueraa next week
Special prices on center tables at
Cordes all next week.
When in need of a tinner call on 11
T. Siemon. 1316 Third avenue. Phone
Tommy Rvan will train Jim Jeffries
for the latter's tight with Bob Fitz-simmons.
Building operations have been be-
irun at tieneseo by the bt. Louis v
Northern Short Line.
For a limited time the People's
Power company will sell lump coke at
$4 per ton, and crushed coke at $4.40,
at the works.
The policy of expansion is all right.
Anti-Washboard soap is absolutely
the best and is made at home. Just
expound ou that idea.
The ladies' auxiliary of the Order of
Railway Conductors will give a social
at Engineers' hall, foot of E!m street,
next Tuesday evening.
Made to measure shirts of every
description; lit guaranteed. If you
are ham to lit try us. we li please
vou. Stewart, the hatter.
S. S. Hull, the real estate agent, has
homes for sale for from f 800 to 4,000,
located in all parts of the city, which
he is offering at bargains.
William McConochie, mayor-elect
of Uock Island, took the oath of office
at the city clerk's ollice today as did
also City Clerk-elect Henry C. Schaf-
J. W. Simonson. of Port Byron,
has let the contract for a hot water
heating plant in his handsome resi
dence to Allen Myers & Co., of this
John T. Noftsker is not claiming to
sell more wheels than anyone else,
but he docs claim to be giving more
value for the money than other deal-
Iers. iry him.
The steamer Abner Gile sank the
other day at South Stillwater, where
she had been moored during the win
ter. The ice cut a hole in her hull,
causing her to sink.
William H. Catton has decided to
retire from the the saloon business.
William Hayes and William Haley
have leased the White Seal and will
take possesson May 1 .
The Davis company and Tolles &
A Narrow Escape,
Thankful words written bvMrs. Ada
E. Hart, of Groton, S. U. : "Was taken
with a bad cold which settled on my
lungs; cough set iu and linally tor
minateu in consumption, lour uoc
tors gave me up, saying I could live
but a short time. I'gave myself up
to my havoir, determined if I could
not stay with my friends on earth
would meet my absent ones above.
My husband was advised to get Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs aud Colds. I gave it
trial, took in all eight bottles. It has
cured me, and thank God I am saved
and now a well and healthy woman."
Trial bottles free at Hartz fc Ullemey-
er s drug store. Kcirular size i)
cents and $1. Guaranteed
A Life for SO Cents.
people have been
diseases by taking a 50-cent
bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure.
I:1 am ll:3Sam
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S p m S p m
T:.' P m 10:30 p m
Lines east of Teoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on ni'lit
trains to principal cities.
Gen'l Pass. Agent. ,
Rock laland, 111.
Notice of Publication CItancery.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County. V
In the circuit court. May term. A. D. 1819.
Rock Ilind Mutual Ituiid nir Lo n and Savintrs
Association vs. Wil imn 11 Stevens. Louie
K. Stevens. J ams V. Atkinson, Thomas
Lyness and William I. Stevens.
Affidavit of non-residence of the defendant,
XVilliam D. Stevens, impleaded with he ulme
defendants. William H Stevens. Ixittie K. ntev-
ens. James W. Atkinson anJ Thomas Lyness.
havtmcbeen filed in the clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of said county, notice Is therefore
bereby iiivcn to tbe suid non-resident defend
ant thai the romp ainar-.t riled lis bill of com
liai lit in said court. on the chancery side there
of, i n the twenty-ninrh day of March. si!. ucd
that thereupon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein s.nd k'lit is now pending, re
turnable on the t!rt Monday in tbe month of
May next, as is by law required- Now.
tinless you. the auid- non-resident defendant
a!ove nMcnl, William U. S'ever,. sbail
personally be and appear tefore said
circuit court, on tbe first day of the
next term thereof. to be ho.oen at Kock Island
In and for the said county. on tbe first Monday
In May next, and plead, answer or de
mur to said complainant s bill of complaint,
the same and the matters and thinss therein
cnariied and staled will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you accordinf
to the prayer of s.uu buL
umihi.i n.iiAsiiL icra.
Eock Wand. ITlinots. March 2. A,
L. U. Ocriu, Con-plainaat's S Citor
If you sutler from tenderness or
fullness on the right side, pains under
shoulder blade, constipation, bilious
ness, sick headache, and feel dull.
heavy and sleepy vour liver is torpid
congested. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers will cure vou promptly, pleas
antly and permanently by removing
tiie congestion ami causing the uiie
ducts to open and ilow naturally.
They are good pills. For sale by T.
II. Thomas, A. J. Reiss and M. F.
Little, neglected scratches and
wounds Irenuentl v result in Mood-
poisoning. IJetter" heal them quickly
with Lie Witt's Mich Hazel salve, a
thoroughly anti-septic application
with a record of always curing piles,
old ulcers, sores, cuts, wounds and
skin diseases. For sale by T. 1L
Thomas, A. J. Reiss and M. F. Bahn
Beaafy la Illood Deep.
Clean Iilood means a clean skin. Ko
beauty without it. t'ascarete. Candy Cathar
tic -!eah your blood and keel' it clean, by
et'Tiing up the ljzy liver and driving a! I im
'.urities from the body. lierin to-day to
Lanih pimplts, boil. LlotJies, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascareta, beauty for tei cents. All drug
f satisfaction guaranteed. 10c,2oc,50c
Itauitba lai a Haw Aiiraw Botgta
states, have purchasoi a ileet of boats
and barges, and will soon bo in readi
ness to compete for river contract
One of the handsomest styles ever
turned out by the Itock Island Shoe
company is that new line of $2 black
kid shoes. All widths from AA to K
at Hurst's, he cuts the price, opposite
The great bargain sale on pianos
and organs will continue all next
week. If you want to buy an instru
ment cheap and on easy payments,
now is your chance. Call and see
them at "Bowlby's.
Remember when you buy a hat
from us you get the very best that
can be made for the price, as we 'buy
only from the best manufacturers,
which is a guarantee in itself in qual
ity, as well as style. Stewart, the
The Amateur Musical club, at its
meeting at the home of Miss Kathar
ine (Jest yesterday, voted f50 to the
Haodcl Oratorio society, the money to
be used lor the employment ol an or
chestra to assist in the production of
"ihe Messiah" by the Handel society.
Joe, the Turk, at tho Sal vat Ton
Army tonight will relate the conver
sion of his sister in Turkey, Asia.
Today she is a missionary in that
country. Sunday night he willi'elate
his life converson. Subject, "How I
Closed up the Hole in the Wall." He
will also sing a lurkish song with
The closing entertainment in the
excellent series given during the win
ter under the auspices of the Young
Alen s Christian association occurred i
at Harper's theatre last night, when
George Kennan, the famous traveler,
told of thrilling experiences he had
encountered in Siberia. His subject
was "Arctic Siberia."
The New Messenger Service.
The new messenger service of the
Illinois District Telegraph company
goes into effect in Rock Island to
night, the task of putting in the 100
boxes in this city having been com
pleted this afternoon. Ihe system is
to operate in Rock Island in conjunc
tion with the Western Union Tsle
graph company, the same messengers.
who are to be properly uniformed,
serving for both companies. The
boxes, which have been distributed
among the business houses about
town, are of neat and convenient size.
All that is necessary is to give the
little crank a turn and tbe boy is at
hand not by telegraph but as soon
as his bike can carry him, if he has one.
Ihe sight of a uniformed messenger
boy, although a fclght so laminar in !
other cities the size of this, will be
something of a novelty in Rock Island.
The little folks love Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrup. Pieasant to
take:' jierfectiy harmless; positive
cure for coughs, coius, bronchitis.
asthma. for sale by Marshall del
Fisher, druggists. .
I Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
Makes a specialty of bot
tled Beers for family use.
The materials used for
their brews arc the very
best obtainable both in
this country and abroad.
CORN, which is so generally used by ether brewers, does not t
enter into the products of the
ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASS'N,
Not How ChcaD. but How Good."
hence their mottoi
yy J Jkri- 0 "the Greatest of Tonics." Invigorates.
r''f2& rejuvenates and prolongs life.
as Safe as a Government Bond
Dividends Ten to Twenty Tmes as Large without changing
occupation or moving
Is what is offered to a limited number of investors by the
Ozark Commercial Orchard f Fruit Co.
incorporated under the laws of Illinois, with orchard land in tho
Famous Ozark Fruit Belt
, OF MISSOURI
The most productive applo aud peach country in the world.
An Acre of orchard yields from $100 to $300 worth of fruit
The attention of investors iupast vears has been drawn to the profit
of fruit growing and many have given up occupations in ollice and on
farms to engage in what has been described to be an ideal life. Lack of
knowledge and experience has, however, often sadly interfered with the
hoped fcr outcome, and the enterprise has fallen far short of what it
could have been if properly gone about. The right plan is clearly tho
co-operative one, by which the capital of the various investors is com
bined and the proper class of skilled superintendents and helpers is em
ployed. The plan is the most productive, and instead of being a weary
and worried cultivator himself, the investor is n bond-holder cutting olt
his coupons and drawing his regular and handsome dividends.
The latter is the plan of the Ozark Commercial Orchard & Fruit
Company.. The shares of the company can be bought on a basis of f 10
down and 5 per month.
Each Share Represents an Acre of Orchard.
To have one or ten of these shares is obviously, however, better
than to have one or ten acres of orchard, for the economy of working
the whole great orchard over a large number of small ones results in much
greater profits to the investor.
An Investment of a small part of your earnings tor a short time
will secure an Income for life.
Full information and Beautiful Views of the Ozark country mailed freo.
Ozark Commercial Orchard & Fruit Company.
President Hon. Delos P. Phelps, e.-J -assistant treasurer of the United
Secretary Charles II. Porter. Chicago, III.
Horticultural Superintendent W. V. Renson, ex-president South
Missouri Horticultural Society, Hartlett, Mo.
Address all communications to
Suite 5 15, Roanoke BIdg., Chicago, III.
HEALTHY OLD AGE,
Labub, Bkwtos Co. Ait., Ang. 4.
I Im 49 years old and have bern suffering with,"
Cbang-e of Life. I bad floodiDir spells so baa tbat
none thougbt I could live. My husband got me
Wine of Cardui and it savrd my life. I am like
another person since taking it.
MRS. E. B. TOWNSEND.
It is the devout wish of nearly all people to live to a ripe old age.
None of us want to die young. This univefsal desire can be realized if
care be taken of the health in early and middle life. A little precaution then
will add many years to our existence. Death can be kept away a long
time. Happy, healthy old age will be the lot ot the woman who promptly
corrects the ailments which afflict her sex. In youth, Wine of Cardui will
take the female child safely over the dividing line between girlhood and
womanhood. As a wife she needs it to help her through the trials of
pregnancy and childbirth with as little discomfort as possible. At the
Change of Life it will help her over the dangerous place that appears in
her pathway between 4o and SO. Then will come many years of truly
blissful existence. She will grow old slowly and gracefully. To the last
she will preserve that charm and beauty which are always characteristic
of perfectly healthy grandmothers.
It is for women alone to decide
whether they will be healthy or
sick. The remedy for their sick
ness is close at hand.
Ulltr alVISOIT tEFARTHEIT.
Tot advice In rases rrq n innr snretal
drrpctions, ad'irM, irlTtnir aymptoms,
LaaW aS.lMrr Drp'U Tfcal HlTT.SOOVA
uiKUsco, CteutanooK. Tin.
LARGE BOTTLES OP WINE OP CARDUI
A SOLD FOR $I.OO BY DRUCCIST8.
Ko-no-tMve for Titty Casta. .
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes. mnJe
Ttsa strong, tjkxxl pure. We to- Ail OruggitiA
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