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THJB AHGITS, SATTJBDAY, AEEIX J29, 1899. -
Eatate of John Wilson rVury.deceaiied.
The undemUrncU bavin? ticen appoint?-,
administrator of the etiiau; of Jubn Wil
son Lmjr. late of the ciunty or hoc
In. and. mate of KlinoiH. deueaxnl. hereby
fciTea notice that he will appear before the
county court of Rock Island coup IT- t the
county court room. In the city or Rock Wand,
at the June term, on 'he first Monday
in June next, at vh'c'i time all pr
aons having claim aeainst Raid estate are
:notltied and requested to attend, for the pur
pone of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to aid estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
underpinned. m .
ttatted this ."th dav or March. A. D. l-9.
Ht.vBl C. ossi.r. Administrator.
Kstate of Julia Co: ken. deceased.
The undersigned having Keen appointed ft
ecuirix of the l.ut wr ill and te-taiuen' ol Julia
t ..rk-n. late of the county of lM-k l-Jn.
t lie of Illinois, deceased, hereby (rives notice
tbat Mie will appear before the county
court of IJock Island county, at the County
court room, in the city of Kock Island, at the
June term, on tbe first Monday in June
next, at which line all persons h:ting
claim atfainst naid estate are noLitled and
r iuehted to allend. for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted.
All w-rsonH indebted to a!d estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated thU ITtb day of April. A. Tt
J til A t'uiiHi.N. Kxecutrlx.
Js'otlre of Publication CluMf-Ty
McCsfokrln & McCaskrtn, lawyers.
State of Illinois. i
Ho :k Island County. f
In the Circuit Court. May term, A. D I!?.
Ki.iraa Williams vs. Georfe A. WiliUms. in
An afidavlt havlntr b?en dulv ccitilicd and
sworn to ar.d riled in the clerk s nnice of said
county und state by the above named cm
plainant. Kmn-a Wi liarns. bow.ig tbat the
residence off the alove named defendant i
unknown, notice Is therefore hereby (riven
to tbe said defendant tbat the compla nant
filed her bill of complaint in said court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the -M davof M r h.
and that thereupon a summons Issued out
of id court, wherein sa'd suit is bow pending,
returnable on thr lirst Vondav In the month of
Mav next, as Is by law required.
Now. unless you. the sid defendant, fleoree
A. Willlnros. shall personally be and uppearl.e
foresaid circuit cou't. on the first davof the
next term thereof, to beholden at Kock Island
In and for tbe said county, on the llr-t Monrtav
In May next, and plead, answer or demur to tbe
said complainant s bill of complaint, the same
and the mttrs and things mcrein cnargeu
and stated w II be taken as confessed, and a
decee entered a;;aul you according to tbe
prayer of said Mil.
(In)iici w. r;Mni.K. Clerk.
Rock fsland. Illinois. Mrch V, W.
MijCA.sk KIN 4 M'''AKKI(,
Notice of I'ub'.lcat Ion Chancery
Slate of Illinois, i
RiM-k Island County, t
In the circuit court, to May term, 1SV9. In
i'fira Murpbey vs. Howard J. Murphey.
Altldavit of the mm-resl-lente f the de
fendant. Howard J. Murphev. having been filed
In tbe clerk's otxlce of the circuit court of said
coi.ntv. notice is therefore hereby given to
the said non-resident defendant thai the com
plainant riled hr bill of complaint in sa'd
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
liid day of March. IsKi, and tbat there
tixn a summons Issued out of said court,
w herein id suit Is now pending, returnable on
the first Monday In the month of May next,
as Is by law required. Now. unless you. the Mi1
non-resident defendant a've named. Howard
J. Murpbey. shall personally be and appear be
fore said circuit court, on the lirst day of the
next term thcrof. to be holdeu at Kock Isl
and In and for tbe said county, on the 1st
Monday in May next, and plead, answer
or demur to s id complainant's bill of com
plaint, the same arid the matters and things
therein charged mid stated will be taken as
confessed, anil a decree entered against you
according to the prayer of said hill.
Ubohok W. Jam in. E, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. March 3, lbw.
S-CUOSOM i MAKSIIAt.U
Jackson & Ilur-.'., Attorneys.
State of Illinois, i .
Hock Island county. V
In tbe C rcult Court. In chancery. Fore
el. isure. Cencral No. 4.M0. t
The Home lluilding and Iai Association of
Kok Island vs. Hudolph K. Oberlamler and
licrtba K A. Oberl imler and Chi Ls Herining
I.iubt K. Henning. and Fred Helming, par
ners. &e.. as C. Henning i Sans, and Clara
Notice is hereby given tvat by v rtue of a
decree of said court, e jtered in the above en-
tilled cause, on the Fifth day of April. A. 1.
Isiij. 1 shall, on Saturday, the Twenty-seventh
d.iv of May A. IX at the hour of two
o'clock In the afternoon, at the ea-t door of
the court house, in the city of Itock Island, in
said count v of IJock Island, to satlsry saul lie
cree. sell at public vendue to the highest bid
tier for cash, that certain oarcel of land
N'tuate in the count v of Hick island and state
of Illinois, known and described as follows,
The cst one half ( of Lot Number Ten
ii.ii in lll.ii-k Number Three :tl. in litis. Oil
bert & 1 'ins' secacd addition to the city of Mo-
Hated at Rock Island. Illinois, this Twentieth
day of April. A. !. I.i.
F.I.WIM K. Pabmfstkk.
Master In Chancery. Kock Island I 'ounty. 111.
Jackson i Ilt itsr. Complainant's Solicitor
Sweeney & Walker, Solicitors.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County.
Forecbwure. tieneral No. 4.VW.
In tbe Circuit Court. To ihe May term A. D.
Klack Hawk Homestead Hu ldinj. Loan ard
Kavini-s AssM-ialUn s. Perry V. Weaver
ling. Mart ha J. Weaverling. Thomas Smart.
Annie Itailev. Alice K l.olirn. Allen !.(;
licti. JoM'ph tioben. William tioben. KUu arU
Uobcn. Annie Uobcn. Maggie Cilurn.
To the above named defendants. Thomas
Smart acd Kdwanl tioben and each of lb em:
Amdavit tbat you. the said Thomas Smtrl.
are a non-resident o!" tbe st te of I Imoi-,. and
that you. tbe said Flwartl t.oben. bac gune
ut off the stale of Illinois, so th tt summons
cannot be served uiHin you. hiving b-en file J
In the o"?! e of the clerk of the l ir.ua Court
of said Kock island county. Illinois, notice is
herebv p.vt'Ti to you. and cjcu f you. toa' the
utiot e' named complaint am has heretofore Hied
In sai -I court, isbillof con. plaint agai-st ouon
tbe chancery side of said couri. nd tbt the
said cans is still pending therein ard undeter
mined, and that saidcau.se has hern continued
lor service ut.nl the next May term of said
court, to hcirun and bolden at lh court hjtise
In the city off Kiek Island, in s id county and
sta'e beginning on tbe lirst Monday in M.iy A.
I l-o at whi h lime and pi ice you will ap
Iear. plead, answer or demur to said Liil of
ciuip'.niit if you see lit.
I uteJ at Kock Island. Illinois. th:s3Islday of
M irch A. 1. JV.
CbK(;i W. Uaxbli, Cleric
SHUMTi W'AI KtK.
solicitors for Complainants.
The only Cement that U not effected
by heat or moisture.
Otto Grotjan. 1501 Secr,ml Ave.
- A J. Kiess, a29 Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keini, 7th Ave. and S-th St
Otto Kudcrt. 5th Are. and Elm St
Emil Koehler.- -
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Some eminent physician a)nut your
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ildxua. Llit. J. V. AVER,
To nny oncinreresteil in iigricultural
Wftrk. the iiniiersine1 will on ic
ejipt of luemv-livc cents, supplv
for niie yea- a copy of the ColCN
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ll iv. . lir r.ia t My irciliaC i n ol u ear
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It will tell j ou how and where to
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bwest price aud ou reasonable
tickets ill be on silc May 2. 16 and
June rt and
Kemii t weniy-tlve cents now for
tt cCo n I5rit for on-j year and a
I'opy i'f Ihe latest time table with
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amp e copy of the Cora Kelt will be
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M. J. YOUNG, Agent,
H. D. MACK, D. P.
Our Display of Spring
is correct in style and
color. The shapes
are extremely becom
ing' and trimmed so
artistically that you
will be deiighted with
them. Call and get
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Mrs. D. La Frenz
J 324 Third avenue.
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Rock Island.
C. K- L st P. Depot .
il'th Sired Depot...
" Spriturlield. .......
. 8:00 a m
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. 1:17 p m
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1 : H p m
I I p m
I. vi p m
.3 p m
tX p m
S0 p m
7.-5i p m
3 JO a za
7 to a m
25 a m
f::0 a m
Djyton 103 p m
"Columbus...... 1:30 am liJ5 am
"Nashville Mim 9:10 pm
Chattanooga S:X p m 5:."5 p m
"Atlanta 7:30 p m 10.30 p m
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaebes and sleeping cars on night
trains to principal cities.
Gen'i Pass. Apent,
Bock Island. I1L
The Leautifnl and intense play, "A
Lady of Quality," with Kiigcnin
lllair and her company wiH l-e seen
at the Burtis this evening. A Lady
of ftialitjr" is a dramatization of the
m'pII known book bv that name writ
ten by Mrs. Frances IJodoson Burnett.
In the dramatization she was assisted
by Stephen Towenseud. As a ''k it
was iaikci as iimcn aimui as u.iov
and as a jl:t v it has received as much
attention from a discriminating
public as any play ever written in our
time. -A Lady of Quality" with. Miss
lilair in the title roll, will prove one
of the events of the season.
The beautiful tilav. "Knobs O'Ten-
nesee" is to be seen at Harper's
theatre Monday evening. Knobs
arc the foothills of the mountains
therefore one can readily understand
the story of the play heinj; laid in
lennesce, and tin. scope for cvijuisito
leenery which has liecn fully realized
in this production. The company is
especially seleclcd for the fitness of
the parts. The entire production be-
injr uniler the direction ot Lincoln J
Carter.is an absolute guarantee to the
public that neither monev nor energy
lias been spared to make this beauti
ful play one of the successes of the
season. The play was written by Hal
The most brilliant and lnterestinjr
theatrical event which tri-citv theatre
"oers can hone to look forward to is
the engagement of the great star tri
umvirate Louis James, Kathryn Kid
der and 1-rederick V arde which is
announced for Jucsdav evening at
the Burtis. It will be the lirst asso-
ciate appearance of these thiee recog- ure is, that within perhaps two min
nicd exponents of tbe Shakespearean ules after the cow's milk has reached
and legitimate schools, although, as
eparatv and distinct artists, they
have long bec-n held in the
teem by those who lend an interest to
the drama in its liest form. ..No three
actors of abilit y and rank in the dra
malic pr-fesjioii can L nam 3.1 who
have with more laudible ambition and
tiglencss of purpose aimed more
faithfully at the achievement of the
highest degree of artistic accomplish
ment in their profession than have
Louis James. Kathrvn Kidder and
Frederick Warde. The play which
Manager Kindt has selected for pre
sentation here is '-Ihe school for
Scandal," for which Managers Wage a-
hals & Kemper have provided an ex
eption-il!y large and complete eijnip-
ment tif handsome scenery, proper
ties and stage c fleets.
Jossey & Marvin s massive produc
ion, "The Signal of Liberty, with
I-rank I. union in the leading role, is a
I:tv that thrills the heart of everv
rue American. It will be presented
it Harper s theatre huiulav evening
tist the same as in the larger cities.
For lunch for 10 tlays but
i rape-Nuts and cream.
It was a test to see if they
really furnished the nour
He gained 4- pounds
in 10 days.
That was the answer.
Found at Crocers.
Morton L. Hill, ot Lebanon, savs:
"My wife had inflammatory rheuma
tism in every muscle and joint, her I
suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost loyond
recognition: had lieen in bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians but
received no benefit until she tried the
mystic cure for rheumatism
It gave immediate relief and she was
able to walk about in three days. I
am sure it saved her life." Sold by
Otto (Jrotjan, 1501 Second avenue
Kock Island, and (Just SVhlcgel & Son
2''U West Second street, Davenport.
Workmen Lodce Notes.
The grand lodge will convene at
Harper's theatre next Tuesday.
The convention colors are red and
blue. It is desired that merchants on
Second avenue from Fifteenth to
Twentieth street decorate their stores.
Anew feature of "T. & T. " brand
of coffee is the air-tight cans in which
it is packet!. There is no chance for
the strength or flavor to escape.
Diphtheria, sore throat, cronp. In
stant, erinanent cure. Dr. Thomas'
Kclectrlc Oil. At any drug store.
For sale bv Marshall oi Fisher, drug
I har hn-u troubled a rroel dec 1
vritii m torpid liver, which produces eoustlpa
lion. 1 found CASL'ART to he all )ou claim
for them, and seeured -ueii rel.ef the hrst Iriul,
that I purchased another supply and was com
pletely cured. I shall only be too triad to rcc
mmend C-icartU wheDever the opportunity
Is presented." J. A Situ.
9a SuqQeb.ana Are.. Philndelyliia, Pa.
Pleaxant. Palatabio. l'nL Tit Good. TV)
3d. Never Sickea. Weaken. or Gripe. He. jcx.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
ti-im, nlnts Mi. in.'. In Ivk CT
(ft Tfl RIP Sold and rria-r-nt. by at! drin-
i.u to C I J Zobaoco UaOifc
TWADf MANN PUUWtZO
MAY WEATHER WE'VE HAD
Observer Sherler Knrulshea Data for 27
Observer J. M. Sherier has compiled
data for the month of May covering a
period of 27 years. The mean or nor
mal temperature was m. i.ne warm
est month was 181. with an averajre o
s, the coldest, 1SS. with an average
ofol. 1 be highest temperature was
'JO ou the 9lh, 17, while the lowes
was 28 ou the th, ibiso. Ihe gj-eutest
mouthly precipitation was inches
n lobo. Ihe oreaicst amount ot ire-
cipitation recorded in any 1'4 consecu
five hours was 2.7V inches ou the 18th
ISTti. The highest velocity of the
wind was 60 miles from the. northwest
on the 10th, Jo'.'o. I no average num
ber of clear days was 9, partly cloudy
lo, cloudy !.
A BABY PROBLEM.
What the Baby Can Ke Safely Feci I'pon
Is at Times a Serious Question
Many mothers (and fat hers as well)
are iiarrasseu nv me coiiuuion oi me
baby when the mother's milk fails
1 hev try lirst one looa ami men an.
other, aud it seems in many cases
that the child is steadily iroinjr down
hill and unless the downward move
ment is stopped, death is certain.
Any parent who has oeen through
the experience of "riving artificial food
to babies, knows the difficulty. With
a full knowledge of these facts, a food
expert has la cly delved into the sub
Meet, taking as the starting point the
fact that the most natural food for the
child, next to the mother's milk, is
cow s mi k, provided tne ciiiut can
digest it, but there is the sticking
point, and the- cause for the fail-
the stomach, the action ot the stom-
acn juices separates me particles or
I iukk, leaving one part iicv :um tue
other curtl. The curds ball up in the
stcmach and form an indigestible
mass, and distress and sickness is the
result in many cases.
True, there have been hundreds of
thousands of healthy b.thios reared on
plain eow's milk; still there are hun
dreds of thousands that cannot tligest
cow's milk. Many drugged baby
foods are put on the market, but the
natural parent, who wants a natural
child hesitates to drug the little one
even with what are termed "harmless
drugs." The nearer we stick to the
food nature has provided, the better
Mariorie's baby food, as now man
ufactured bv the I'ostum Cereal Co.
Ltd. At Baltic Creek, Michigan, fur
nishes the pareut with a product
which when blended with rich cow
milk, renders the milk digestible and
permits the baby to make good use of
the nutritive elements of the milk and
also of the baby food, together mak
ing the safest food known while it is
easily digested bv the weakest stomach
ami contains the concentration of
Mothers can depend upon good re
sults when Jtlarione s baby lootl is
used. Druggists and grocers at 10
and o0 cents.
CHANGES AT THE ARSENAL.
Capt. fierce to Kelieve Capt. Mltcham as
Maj. Blunt has issued orders that
make some changes in the assign
ments of duty of the officers connect
ed with the Kock Island arsenal.
Capt. W. S. Pierce is to relieve
Capt. Mitcham as ordnance store
keeper, paymaster and ijuartermaster
and is assigned to charge of the pow
der and electric lighting plants, to
the installation and transfers of ma
chines in the shops, and to the labor-
atories and the
magazines. He will
have temporary charge of the tin pla-
ting and polishing shops, and of small
Capt. iieorge t . Burns placed in
charge of shops C and G and the work
in them. He is continued in charge of
the detachments of ordnance and the
hospital corps, bakery and exchange
bridges, viaducts and roads, outside
working and police parties. He is tem
porarily post commissary.
Lieut. U. C Williams is assigneu to
charge of the carpenter and harness
shops, and duty with the ordnance de
Lieut. 1. L. Ames is placed in
charge of tne forging shop and found
ry, aim the tiro department.
Dr. J. II. McLean's strengthening
cordial and blood purifier is admirably
adapted to make little health go a
long way. Its curative powers is
largely attributed to its stimulating.
nutritive and tonic properties, by
which the energy of the system is re
cruited. It is pleasant to the taste.
etsily lorn on the stomach, and harm
less under prolonged use. Trice 6U
cents and f I a bottle. For sale bv
M. F. Bahnscn and T. II. Thomas.
Have Yoo Had the Grip?
If you have, you probably need a
reliable mediciue like Foley's Hone v
and Tar to heal vour luno-s and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
a running, itching sore on
Suffered tortures. Doan's
Ointment took awav the burning and
itching instantly, and .juicklv eifected
a pcriuane.it cure. C. W. Ienhart,
ISowling dreen. Ohio. For sale bv
Marshall & Fisher, druggists.
If you have piles, core them. No
nse undergoing horrible operations
that simply remove the results of the
disease without disturbing the disease
itself. Place your confidence in De
Witt's Witch" Hazel Salye. It has
never failed to cure others; it will
not fail to cure you. . For sale by T.
U. Thomas. A. J. Reiss and M. F.
PULPIT AND PEW.
There .will be services in the vari
ous churches as follows:
Trinity Kpisoepal. corner of s-ixth avenue
ana Nineteenth street. Kev. K. F. Sweet. T.
L . rector. Fii-1 eel--hrafon at 7. Nuiul.iy
seno-i at n:i . matins aua ctlcbration at l.':l-.
even sou :it ..tu p. m.
Jnnuv Fptscopai, orner or Fourth avenue
ana beventh street. Kev. It F. Sweet S T. U.
reetor. Lvcn nn and Sunday -ehool ::t -::!0
St. Josephs Koman Catholic, cufoer u
Second avenue ami Fourteenth slrctit. Kev.
Tliuuini Maclun. ucan and pastor. Mass at s
m. ana io .w a. m. opera at 3 p. m. Sunday
gcnnoi at p. m
ijacrea Heart Koman catholic. Twentv
eiphth street and Fifth avenue. Kev. J. F jek
Dev. pastor. Mass at S and 10:30 a. m. Sundav
.euooi at p. m. espers at 7:.J p. in.
i. Mary uemun tutnouccaruM oi Fourtn
avenue and Tweutj'-secoiid street. Kev. lier-
naru i!aa:i, pastor. Mass at 8 and 10::- a. m.
espera at S p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Oerman Lutheran, corner of Twenueth
street and Fifth aveuuoi Hev. C. A. Mer.nieke
pastor. Services at 10 a. m. and 7:' p in
tirace Knclish Lutli-ran. corner of Forty-
fourth street and Seven.-avenue. Ke. Joseph
L. Murphy pastor. Services at 111:45 a. m. and
7:.IO p. in.
Swedish Lutheran, corner of Fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue. Kev. fail K. Slait.
pastor. Services at m a. m. and ". ::lu p. iu.
Sundav seliool at :i p. in.
Ziou Swedish Lutheran. 4rc5 Seonth nvc-
nue. Services at 10:45 a. m. and s p. m. Sun
day school at VM a. m.
Cierman Kvatiireucal, Ninth street Let ween
Fifth and Sixth avenues. Kev. Theo r' Krue
Ker. palor: services at 10:3u a. m. acd :30 p. m.
Sunday school at 9 a. m.
First HaDiisi. corner of Third avenue ana
Fifteenth street. Kev. Carlton K. Tayit r. lu.
D., pastr. Services at lilM.s a. m. and 7::to p
m. Morninu subject. "B-liold the M;ur." even-
ujr. ' The Wav to Heaven." Sunday seho 1 at
V:M a. in., S J. Wooum. superintendent. II
1 . 1. L. at (5:..0 p in. Topic "Lonltrs ana
Triumphs in iSurmiili " Le der. Miss Alwilua
Vouutr. Junior Union at -:3o p. in.
Free Swedish mission, corner ot Eleventh
street and Fiith avenue. Sunday scnool at 2
, m. Prayer tueeLink" Thursday at 8 p. in.
Emanuel HaptLst. 447 Fony-fourm Htreei.
Kev. C. W. WoiHiruff. pastor. Sunday school
at 3 p. m . B. Y. P. L7. at 6 p. m.
aecond Hapiist. Tenth street aud Sixth ave
nue, Kev. H I. Wtlsnn, pastor: services at 1 1
. m. and 7:3J p. m. Sunday school at-:3:l p m.
Sweill.sQ llaptist.oortieroi Tweutv-nr-. street
and Fifth avenue. Prc.icbiiiK at 10:15 a. m.
aud 7::W p. m. by Kev. K. Kosmark.
First Methodist, corner ot Finn avenue and
Nineteenth street. Kev. C. O. McCullo';!i. pas-
r. nervices at wa a. m. ana i.m p. in
Mornina subject. -The Home Cutuiux of the
liristiau:" ev eninir. 'Ihe love of Liber: v."
Sunday school at 9:?u a. m. Junior League
at 2:30 p. in. Kpworth Leairue at 8:30 p. m.
German Methodist, corner of Sixtn avenue
and Fourteenth street. Kev. F. L. I.ilzrodt
pastor: services at I0:l."a.m. and 7::I0 p. m.
Sunday school at H:l" a. Ui.. J. J . Hel. super-
niecdeni. Kpworth Le.nrue ut 7. Junior
Leamie at 2 p. in.
African Methodist. Fourteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Kev. C. H Thomas, pastor.
Services at I0.:!0 a. m. and 7:30 D. m. Sunday
school at l-:o p. m. 1
Hroad way Presbyterian, corner of Twenf-
"aird street and Seventh avenue. Kev. W". S.
Marquis, pastor. Services at 10:iri a. m. :t-l
:top. in. sunuay ssriooi at y:30 a. m. ouct;
people's meetinir at r:45 p. m.
Central Presbyterian. Second avenue, br
iween Fourteenth tind Fifteenth streets, llev.
Ira W. Ailen, Jr., pastor. Services at 10: r a. m.
and 7::i0 p. ni. Sunday school at .:1a a. ui.
ouiin people's meelinir at i':30 p. m.
United Presbyteii n. M'hira avenue and Fou'
teenth street. Kev. D. L. McNary, pastor.
Preaching at 10: IS a. m. aud 7::lt p. m. Vo,:n
people's meet. ng at 0:l.i p. m. Sunday school
at :: a. in.
Aiken Street Chape'i, Presbyterian. South
Rock Island, Kev. I. W. Allen. Jr.. p:tsior: Sun
day school at 3 p. m. Christian Lndeavor
meeting at 4 p. m. Service, every TucsUay at
7:30 p. m.
South Park Chapel. Presbyterian. T ln street
and i-irteeiilh avenue, Kev. vv. S. Marquis
pastor: unuay senooi hi :su p. m.
Memorial Christian. Rev. T. W. Urafton. pav
tor. services at iii:i.i a. m. -no p.
Mornir.u' sunj'.et. Hie l.uest or ;od: even
iu. --Addnifr Success. " sutuiay school at 1:1
a in. Y. 1. S. C K. at 6:4: p. in.
Twenty-nintn street si'inay School, Chris
tian, Seventh avenue andTwenty-niiith : t -eet
Kev. T. W. Urafton, pastor. Sunday scuool at
p. ni. unar.oi s. vv anu':iu. superintu.-dert
Miss t tta Tanner, secretary. Prayer meeting
eunesuay evening at :l.i.
Salvation Army Harracics, i.yw second ate
enue. services as follows: Knee drill at. 7 a.
m., holiness nieetiUK at 10:30 a. m , edristian-j
meeting at 3 p. m., salvation meuliu-' at 7:30
First Church of Christ. Scientist. Twenty
third street between Seventh and Ninth ave
nues. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:;) p. in.
Subject, for both services, Adam ard Fall
en Mar." Suncay school follows the mora
inr service. edncsday eveninir meeting at
7:30. Kcudin rooms open every afternoon, ex-
cent Sund-v. from i to 4
Y. M. C. A. IJulidini,', corner of Third avenue
and Nineteenth street. Service, at 3:30 p. m
'o Kight to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper will always have
friends, but one who would be attrac
tive must keep her health. If she is
weak, sickly and all run down she
will he nervous ana irritable, it she
has constipation or kidney trouble,
her impure blood will cause pimples,
blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch
ed complexion. Kleetric Bitters is the
best medicine in the world to regulate
stomach, liver anil kidneys and to pu
rify the blood. It gives strong nerves,
bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich
complexion. It will make a good
looking, charming woman of a run
down ;l valid. Only AO cents at Hartz
& Ulleiueyer's drug store.
Remarkable Cure of Klicumatlsm.
Kenua, Jackson County, W. Va.
About three vears ago mv wife had
- is .
an attack of rheumatism which con
lined her to her bed for over a month
and rendered her unable to walk a
step without assistance, her limbs
being swollen to double their Vormal
si.e. S. Maddox insisted on my using
CiiamlMirlain's Pain lalm. I pur
chased a .00-cent bottle and used it
according to directions, and the next
morning she walked to breakfast
without assistance in any manner, and
she has not had a similar attack since.
A. I!. Parsons. For sale by all
Try Allen's Kot-KaJie,
A powder to be shaken into the
s'joes. At this season your feet fed
swollen, nervous and hot, and get
tired easily. If yon have smarting
feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot
Ease. It cools the feet and make s
walking easy. Cures swollen aid
sweating feet, blisters and callous
spots. Ilelieves corns and bunions of
all pain, and gives rest and comfort.
Try it today. Sold by ail druggists
and shoe stores for 2i cents. Trial
packages free. Address, Allen S. Olm
sted, Le ltov, N. Y.
Cure the cough and save the life."'
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures
coughs and colds, down to th. very
verge of consumption. F'or sale by
Marshall ifc Fisher, druggists.
flft-lo-bM tar STlj CiUl
OarDteeO tobacco habit cure, makes wef
r-ea strode, taood cr mOr. u. Ail droggisua
Arnold's Bromo Celery; eures head
aches; 10, 25 and 59- ceata. c Reh-V
JheQe tabic Preparation for As
ting lite Stomachs andJJowels of
Promote s TJtgeslion.Chccrftil
ness and Kes.-Contains ntithcr
Opium.Morphine nor lliiuiral.
Jicdulh Salts -irure
Apcrfcct Remedy for Constipa
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca,
Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Tac Simile Signature of
EXACT C0PV OF WRAPPER.
th mi rmi' i t
nn-i i iii in
GET THE RIGHT PLASTER
Tliere arc others, but you doiri want
them. Wlion 3'ou need a plaster you
need it, and there's no time for experi
menting and finding out mistakes after
ward. At.i cock's Porous Plasters arc quick
and sure, and acknowledged by the high
est medical authorities and everybody
else to be the best remedy for pains and
aches of every description.
Do not be persuaded to accept a sub
stitute. Allcock's have no equal.
A SURE MEDICINE.
H!rcOM, Va., Dc. 81.
I hare been . offering from female weak
ness for four years, mad have taken many
medicines, but Wine of Cardui and Black
Draught liave done more for me than any
MS3. CROLIXB EVANS.
It is a mistake to take any and every kind c,i medicine when you are
Sick. There is danger in it. Most of the so-cailed cures for "female
weakness" do nothing more than deaden the piin temporarily, and when
the effect ears away the patient is weaker and sicker than before. It is
never wise to take chances. You have only one life, and that is dear and
precious. If you have any pain, ache, dis- rd.r or weakness in the femi
nine organs, nothing will help you like Wine of Cardui. It helps do
away with morning- sickness during the early stages of pregnancy, and
modifies the pains of childbirth ; recovery is rapid and future health is
assured. i ne wine is purely vesr
etable, beinij made Of herbs whose
medicinal properties act directly
upon the organs of worriarihood.
It is a long-tried remedy, and has
many years of success behind it. It
is sure. Why take a chance medicine
Druggists sell Large
JOHS H. FAKIDOK.
PAI?IDOM & SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS,
Paper Hangers, Calclmlners, Etc,
- Shop 419 Seventeenth St. Bock Island
For Infants nnd Children.
The Kind You Have
THE CINTkUR COMPANY. M
ii ii miniw a
iitr aavis.RT ir.MirrM.NT.
For mil -riif In -h- r-fjm nti if t1a1
1'rtiiii, allr-.ii. ri sri nir y?nri!m-.
. 41,',,j !.. Tl Hi rTAMMHfA
IJL.icita io, ( ittutiiuii, lnn.
when you can get a sure medicine?
Bottles for $1.00.
BENBT A. FABIUOsT
I ft EK
CW YORK ClTV.
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