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THE AEG US, THURSDAY. APBIL. 5, 1900.
Sibilated Daily and Weekly at 14 Second
atcdus, Rock Island, m. Entered mi the
Poatomce as Second-class matter.)
IU THI MAMS OF J. W. POTIIB.
TERMS Dally, 10 cent per week. Weekly,
11.00 per annum In advance.
All communication of political or argumen
tative character, political or rellflou, must
fcave real name attached for publication. No
eucb article will be printed over fletltloua 1g
aatures. Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Rock Island county.
Thursday", April 5
The city mast retain control of the
jipw river front.
. Woxdf.r if Qaeen Vic will kiss the
blarney stone whilein the emerald isle.
It is apparent that 250.C00 Britons
are not having a picnic whipping 40,
The sign of the Phoenix is to be one
of the first to rise at Kansas City in
connection with the democratic na
It is said that the -prince of Wales
now has an ambition to own and edit
a Iondon newspaper. His royal high
ness should take warning by Sheldon's
With Bryan and Ueveridge as the
chief orators on the occasion of the
lewey IDjuet in Chicago next month,
the hero admiral will not want for all
kinds of eloquence in his honor.
The big blae at Kansas City was
small in proportion to the blaze of
enthusiasm with which the Fourth of
.fuly will be celebrated in that city
thi- year. It will indeed be a great
patriotic as well as political occasion.
It may not be surprising t hat Admir
al Dewey should have yielded at last
to the importunities to become a candi
date for the presidency. The tempta
tion is one that no great American
who has leen within the range of pos
sibilities for attaining it, in the coun
try's history so far, lias Ijecn disposed
Tom L. JuhnsoN, of Cleveland, was
in Salt Iake a few days ago, and in
:in interview published in the Salt
Lake Herald he said that he would
hereafter devote his life to the exter
mination of trusts. He said that hav
ing been a member of the steel trust
and worked in close contact with it
managers, he was in a position to ex
pose its methods.
Ci!i'-.v; seems to be on the verge
of making a bad break in the matter
of properly entertaining Admira
Dewey on his forthcoming visit to
t hat city, because he has announced
himself a candidate for the presiden
cv. If Chicago proposes to dampen
the ardor of her welcome to the great
est naval hero of modern times under
ary circumstances, Dewey will tind
piopleout this way who will make
up for the slight, if he will extend
his tour this far.
In an interview with Walter Well
man. of the Chicago Times-Herald
relative to his candidacy for the pres
idency. Admiral Dewey administered
a most effective, but at the name time
genteel, blow to the American pre
tender, William McKinlev, when he
said: "I have no policy to execute
To my mind the ofliee of president, as
contemplated by the constitution.
It is not my idea
should dictate to
the contrary I le
execute the laws
which congress enacts faithfully and
without fear or prejudice. I remetn
lr the denunciation which once fol
lowed tne announcement by a presi
dent of the United States of"'niy pol
that the president
congress, but on
lieve he should
Providing for the Military l'ower.
As another step toward bringing
the military power of the government
under the rule of the head of tbo na
tion so that it may become a formid
able influence in asserting the sover
eignty of the executive at home and
in the colonies, a special bill has been
introduced in congress. Its object is
to bring the rnilitiaof the states more
directly under the administration of
the national government and make
all citizens between the ages of 18
and 45 years liable to military service
In the volunteer army in time of
peace. By the terms of the bill the
under GEK.HAN LAWS,
Lameness. Rheumatism, etc.
OR. RICHTER'S Wort4-Koowal
Von c"nuin wl:bolt Trd Mtrt lgrhoT."
WoaI one phvtman out ol many Ictuacl-
y New tor. Oct 30t '891
EXPtTUER wll be found good
in Chronic RhaumeTism and
for the pam o strain to random
Uc aaa He. at ail drurftstf tnraarli
Pearl SL, Sew lark;
militia so reorganized is constitnted
a reserve volunteer army for use dnr
ing war, to supplement the regular
army, ine federal government
hand reaches out into the domai
of state control most effectively in
the provision for a board of officers in
each state who shall bold examina
tions for the position of second lieu
tenant in the National Guard, such
ofiicers to be promoted for merit and
The bill contemplates a general
broadening of the basis of the Na
tional Guard, its equipment with the
service rifle and its complete orgam
zation in time of war into regiments
brigades, divisions and corps, with
the three battalion formation, as i
the regular army.
The bill makes all citizens between
the ages of 18 and 45 liable to mili
tarv service in the volunteer army
It appropriates f4.000.000 annually
for the maintenance and equipmen
of the National Guard of the several
states, this forming the nucleus of
the volunteer army.
Kooaavelt on McKlnlcy.
At the teachers' convention re
cently, which met at Logansport, Ind
President David Starr Jordan, of Le
land Stanford university, wa3"the star
attraction. After the lecture he was
the center of a group of listener
with whom he discussed current poll
tics freely. He very much opposed
the tilipmo war and declared that he
would vote for Bryan now, althoug
he did not in 1836. He was asked:
is it urvan s or McKinley s view-
that is gaining among the people?1'
"After all this talk, do you ask what
I thinks he replied. "Iet me quote
you Roosevelt on that. He said to mc
last week: 'Jordan, I wish to God
that we were out of the Philippines
and had them oil our hand? ' and
manv republicans are thinking th
same. I am free to quote Roosevelt
because I consider him in many re'
spects one of the greatest men in th
"How do you size up McKinley?'
"l.rfit me quote vou Roosevelt again
He said: 'McKinley has about as
much backbone as a toy chocolate man
tnal you see on the confectioner
tttand; he is a dreadful disappoint
What do you think of President
bchurman s report on the Philip
"Schurman is a good man, but he
is essentially an aristocrat, and an ar
ristocrat cannot make a goverment
for the masses."
Acomnmritd fcjr pntl fr- .
Spreads Like WIMHre
When things are "the best" they
become "the best selling." Abraham
Urc, a leading druggist of Belleville
unio. writes: 'luectric Bitters are
the bust selling bitters 1 have handled
in 20 years, lou know why? Mos
diseases begin in disorders of the
stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, blood
and nerves. Electric Bitters tones up
the stomach, regulates the liver, kid
nevs and bowel9, purines the blood
and strengthens the nerves, hence
cures multitudes of maladies. It
builds up the entire system. Puts
new life and vigor into any weak
sickly, run-down man or woman
Price 50 cents. Sold by Hartz &
Yes. August Flower still has th
largest sale of any medicine in the
civilized world. Your mothers and
grandmothers never thought of using
anything else for indigestion or bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom heard of appendicitis
nervous prostration or heart failure
etc. I bey used August How
er to clean out the system and stop
fermentation of undigested food, reg
ulate the action of the liver, stimulate
the nervous and organic action of the
svstem. and that is all theviooUPwhen
feeling dull and bad wiQ ?keache3
and other aches. Yo u ujfci 1 fn fad
few doses of Green's August Flower,
in liquid form, to make you satisfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Sample bottles free at T. II
Caught a Dreadful Cold.
Marion Kooke, manager for T. il
Thompson, a large importer of line
millinery at 1658 Milwaukee avenue
Chicago says: "During the late severe
weather I caught a dreadful cold which
kept me awake at night and made
me unfit to attend my work during the
day. One of my milliners was taking
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
severe cold at that time, which
seemed to relieve her so quickly that
iH'Ught some for myself. It acted
like magic and 1 began to improve at
once. 1 am now entirely welt and
feel very pleased to acknowledge its
merits. tor sale oy all druggists.
HAMPTON If APPKN1NGS.
Hampton. April 4. Spencer Ander
son. oi Moiine. was in town louav.
Howard Baker and
Blanche, were in town Monday
Mrs. Cunningham, who has been
vieiting her daughter. Mrs. Mecbam.
returned to her home in Hennepin
III., this morning.
A camp tire entertainment will be
iven by the Woman's Relief corps
April 10 at Baker's hall. The pro
ceeds are to be used to pay for the
organ thev have just purchased for
Ta Cora m Cold la Oaa Day.
Take L&x&tive BromoQninineTablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to care. K- W. Grove s signa
ture is on each box. 25 cents.
Thomas W. Carter, of Ashboro. N.
, had kidney trouble and one bottle
of Foley's Kidney Cure effected a per
fect cure, and he says there is no
other remedy that will compare with
t. Accept no substitute. All drug
SHORT SHERRARD STORIES.
Breezy Blta of Interesting Naws Gathered
In the Mlalac Town.
Sherrard, April 5. John Garrett
was in Rock Island Monday.
John Trask, of Viola, visited John
Mrs. Charles Sass was in Rock Isl
and last Friday.
Mrs. Gurney Farrow and Mrs. John
Moak visited in Cable Wednesday.
Mrs. Overton was called to Indiana
on account of the illness of her father.
Peter Dockerty, of Dogtown, was
visiting at the home of William Gib
son. Charles Farrow, who was visiting
his brother, Gurney, left for Spring
field last Tuesday.
John Knise returned home Friday
after a week's visit with friends in
Sherrard and Cable. .
Rev. C. V. Johnson, of Peoria,
preached in Swedish last Friday
evening in the U. B. church
Miss Anna Samuelson, of Rock Isl
and, who visited with herparents, Mr
and Mrs James Samuelson, returned
George Jones returned home Thurs
day from Peoria, where be had been
for two weeks at the subdistrict con
vention of the miners and operators
Republican caucus was held Friday
avening. The candidates for village
offices are: President, James Kay;
trustees, John Hill, John Burkstrum,
B. C. Roberts; clerk, James R. Brown.
The people's caucus was held last
Wednesday. The nominations for vil
lage officials are as follows: For presi
dent, iiargreaves iladdick, trustees.
John -Omelia. . K. Sincox. James
Shannon; clerk, . K. Peterson
was held Tuesday.
clerk, James R.
lho3e elected are:
O .A. J3 T O Tl I y. .
Bears ths Kind You Have Always Bouht
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, I
County of Rock Island, f53 -In
tbe circuit court. May term, A. D 1U0O.
Ella KurKhoItz. complainant, vs. Charles Harg-
noitz. aeienaaot. in cnancery.
Affidavit of the non-residence Of Charles
Bantboltz. the defendant above named, hav
ing been tiled In tbe offlce of the clerk of tbe
circuit court of Rock Island couoty. no
tice la hereby Riven to the said non-resident
defendant, that the complainant has tiled her
bin or compMiot in saia curt.on the chancery
side thereof, on the :th dy of Janu:i-y A. U.
10iU, and that a tummons thereupon is-ued out
of said i-ourt atrainst said defendant, returna
ble on the ,th day of May A. U. 1'JOO, as is -by
Now. therefore, unless you. the said Charles
isartnoiiz. snail personally be ana appear berore
tbe saidcircuit court of Kock Inland county, on
the tlrst day of the March term thereof, to be
nolden at the court house in the city of Rock
Inland, In said county, on tbe Tth day of May
A. I. lifciO. and p ead. answer or demur
to tbe said complainant 8 bill of complaint.
the same and the matter and things therein
cnargea ana stated will betaken as confessed.
and a decree entered against you according to
the prayer of saiJ bill. 1
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my nana ana amxea tbe seal of said court, at
ray olTlce in Kock Island, this llth day of March
a. u. ittuHuK w. wAMBLt, uierk.
CuXKKIXT & CoNKEM.V.
March 19, A. D. I'M.
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois. I
Rook Island County. (
In tbe Circuit Court, May term, A. D. 19of.
Ssarah L. Read vs. Nellie M. Jones. F. W.
Jones, the Kock Island Mutual Huildin?. Loan
s. savings association and ixl ward H. Kreis.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Nellie M.
Jones and P. W.Jones, two of tbe defendants
ove named, having been tiled in th
office of the clerk of sa d circuit court of
Kick island county, notice Is hereby given
to the said non-resident defendants thai the
complainant has tiled ber bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery side
mereui. on tne aay oi Marco, A. 1. IWK.I.
ana mat a summons thereupon issued out
oi saia court, against said defendants.
returnanie on tne tlrst Monday of May A. D.
nu, as Is oy law required.
Now, therefore, unless you. the said Nellie
M. Jones and t. W Jones shall tier-
sonally be and appear before tbe said circuit
court or Kock Island couniv on thenrstdavof
the neit term thereof, to be boldeo at tbe court
bouse In the city of Kock Island In saidcountv.
on the tlrst Monday of May. A. 1. 1'.ki, and plead.
answer or oemur to tbe said complainant s
bill of complaint, the same and tbe matters
and things therein cbarged and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to tbe prayer of said
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set
my band and affixed the seal of sid court, at
my ortlce in Rock Island this Itiih day of March
a. u. iu (jaiKfii w. Uis 8i. a. Clerk.
K- II. Cuter. Complaiuant's Solicitor.
Rock Island. Clinois. Marcb, 16, 1900.
RHEUM A TISM
William Tomlinson; collector, (tie
votes), Tom Ilaigh a.nd Richard Bell;
commissioner of highways. William
Dawson; justice of the peace, O. W.
Lundnuist; trustee of. schools, Wil
liam McGregor; poundmaster. N. T.
Nelson, Charles Peterson, Cash Mc
l nad a running, itcning sore on
my leg. Suffered tortures. Doan's
Ointment took away the burning and
itching instantly, and quickly effected
permanent cure." J. W. Lenhart,
Bowling (ireen, Ohio. For sale by
Marshall & Fisher, druggists.
Is Used to Cover a Multitude or
NEW YORK JOURNAL, MARCH 11, 1D0X
Nowadays the word 'Rheumatism' is used to cover a mul
titude of diseases. They are allied by the common bond of
what the physicians call 'uric acid poisoning' an excess of uric
acid in the blood, and are, generally speaking, kidney troubles'
with the real cause of danger not so much in tbe aches and
pains the signals of distress given out by the muscles ami
joints as in the gradual vitition of the blood" by the failure of
the kidneys to eliminate the deadly poison, called 'uric acid,'
from the physical economy.' This vitiation of the blood re
sults in -rheumatism' (although it is a vague word), and a var
iety of symptoms which not infrequently end in what is called
Brfght's'disease the disease of which James (I. Blaine, Mr.
Clevelands's great political rival, died. It is the disease which
medical authorities say isbecoming more-and more alarmingly
prevalent in the United States of America, especially among
the thinking, planning and writing classes the classes made up
of the kind of men that it is the fashion to call distinctively
brainy men "
From the reading of intelligently edited papers, and from exami
nations for life insurance, the great public is rapidly learning the fact
that the human system becomes thoroughly poisoned when the kidneys
fail to do the work nature intended them to do, and that if not speedily
cured, rheumatism, heart disease. Bright's disease, and death, surely
follow. The kidneys, and they alone, purify tne blood. Tonics and so
-called spring medicines prove costly and miserable failures. There is
one scientific, vegetable specific for all kidney troubles Warner's Safe
Cure a preparation with 21 years oflsuccess behind it. A positive cure
for sick and tired-out kidneys. Not an experiment nor a goad, but a
soothing, harmless, yet conquering friend. Give it a chance to-day to
do vou lasting good.
Notice Application for Chance of Name.
Notice is hereby given that tbe undersigned
ill. at the May term. A. !., lMiK). of the cir
cuit court of Rock island county. Illinois, which
convenes on tbe 7th day of May. A. IX, 190O,
make an appliuailon to said court for leave to
chantre bis name from that of Carl Oscar Al
exander Swanson. which be now bears, to tbat
of Carl Oscar Morland, by which name to be
assumed he is to be thereafter known ana
Anvone Interested can arpear in said court
and file objeetioas to such intended change of
name if they so desire, and may show cause
whv the court should not grant tbe prayer of
CARL USCAK ALEXANDER SWANSON.
Kstate of Kdward Hayes, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutor of tbe last will and testament of fcd-
wardHaves.lateof the county of ttock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
tbat be will appear before tne county court oi
Kock island -ounty. at tne county court room.
in the city of Roe Island, at the May term, on
the lirm Monday in May next, at which time all
persons having claims against said estate are
notitied and requested io attend for the pur
pose or bavingtne same aajustea.
All persons inaentea to saia estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated this stn aay or Marco. A. u., iww.
William Jackson. Executor.
Estate of Gilpin Moore, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutrixes of the last will and testament of Gil
pin Moore, late of the county of Rock Is
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that they will appear before
the county court or kock island county, at
tbe county court room. In tbe city of Rock Isl
and, at tbe May term on the first Monday
in May next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend, for the purpose or
having tbe same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested Do make immediate payment to tbe
Dated this 9tb day or Marcb, A. D. 1900.
Adah l. Martin.
Jknkie B. Moore,
?tntk rt Tlltnnla J
Rock Island County, f ss-
In the circuit court. May term. A. D.. 1900.
Hill to quiet title.
Susanna M. Gunsert, complainant, vs. An
drew Sburr, the unknown heirs or devisees
of Andrew Sburr, deceased, the unknown
heirs or devisees of Andrew Sberer, de
ceased, and the unknown owners of tbe
south !4 of Lot 9. in Block 9. in Spencer t
Case's addition to tbe city of Rock Island,
in tte county of Rock Island and state of
To the said defendants: You are hereby no
tified that the anove complainant has this day
tiled in tbe office of tbe nndersigned clerk of
the above entitled court, a bill of complaint
against you: tne saia complainant has also
filed in the office of tbe undersigned clerk an
affidavit in said courtof your non-residence and
tbat tbe names of tbe heirs or devisees of the
said Andrew Sburr, deceased, and Andrew
Sherer. deceased, are unknown.
Now. notice is hereby given to vou and each
or you. that the above cause Is pending lasaid
court: tbat a summons in chancery has been
Issued therein against vou. returnable to the
next term of said circuit court, to be begun
and holden at the court house In the city
of Rock Island, in said county on tbe first
Monday of May. A. D. 1900, at which time and
place you will appear and plead, answer or
demur to said but or complaint. If you see Bt.
Datea at kock island, Illinois. Marcb -V. A
D.,1900. GEORGE W. UAMBLB. '
Clerk of said court.
Estate of Godfrey Wille, deeeased.
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator, or tne estate or uodfrey wuie
late or tne county or Kock Island, state of Iiil
nots, deceased, hereby gives notice tbat he
will appear before tbe county court of Rock
Island county, at tbe county court room. In tbe
city or Koek island, at the June term, on
tbe first Monday in June next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose oi having tbe same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this tb day of April. A. D. 19CQ. -
UHASLCi ti. wille. Administrator.
Diogenes With His Lantern
Had a hard time finding an honest
man. but it is an eay matter to find
the best coal in the city. We have
any quantity of it. hard and soft, and
will do well by you if you patronize
ns. Oar prices are low. our weights
ust, and we cannot fail to please
Pock Island Fuel Co.
Office Twenty-Third street and Third
avenue. Phone 1197.
Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue or an order and decree of th
county court of Rock Island county. Illinois,
made on tbe petition of tbe understirned. John
J. Huntley, administrator of the estate of
james rxigington. aeceasea. for leave to sell
tbe real estate or said deceased, at the March
term A. u. I!, or ' said court, to-wit: On
the 0ta day of March. 1900. I shall on th
2d day of April next, at the hour of 2 o'clock
la tbe afternoon of said day. sell at nubile mJ.
at tbe front door of John J. Huntley's store In
Andalusia, in said county, the real estate in
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Lot four 4 in block thirtv-flve (3H In the
village of Andalus'a. in Kock Island county. II 1
nols. on tbe following terms, to-wit: Catdi rnvin
delivery of deed.
iroea um iuia aay or March, a. u I JOO.
' Johi J. Hcmur.
Administrator of the estate of James EAt-
A dai a Plxasahts, Attorney. ,
Notice of Publication.
Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County, f
In the Circuit Court to the May term A. D
Jacob A. Augpurger. complainant, vs. the un
known owner or owners or the south one
half of the northeast quarter of section
number twenty-seven CSTt in township nutn
ber twenty (20) norta range two east of the
fourth p. m., in the county of Rock Island
and state of Illinois: tbe unknown owner or
owners of the northwest quarter and the
norm tnirty csu) acres or tbe east one-half tm
of the southwest quar-er (') and the no.th
thirty acres of the northwest quarter ('i ) of
the southwest quarter ('4). all in section
twenty-six (26). and the northeast quarter
l y ana tne norm inirty acres or tii norin
east quarter of the southeast quarter of see
tion twent-seven (27) In township twenty
(20) north of range two (2) eas-. of tbe fourth
p. m , in tbe county of Rock Island and state
or Illinois: l.dwin a. rrench: tbe unknown
heirs or devHees of Edwin A. t rench, de
ceased: tbe unknown heirs or devisees of
rjllott liarroun, deceased: tbe unsnown
owners of tbe est one-half of the north
eastquarter of sect'on number twenty-seven
cz.) in township number twenty (2:) north of
range number two east of the fourth n. m
a-d that portionof the southeast quarter (W)
of the northeast quarter (Ht as lies west of
tbe main channel of the Meredosia slougb
supposed to contain about ten (id) acres la
section twenty-six (Jtti in township number
iwentyc-ui nortn or range two east or the
fourth p. m., it being understood tbit tbe
Meredosiaslough is to betbelineof said tract.
all in tbe ounty of K'jck Island and state of
Illinois: halph Sage. Delia Sage: tbe un
known heirs or devisees of Ralph Sage, de
ceased: the unknown owners of tbe west
one-half 1) of tbe southeast quarter (i) of
tbe northeast quarter (4) of section number
twenty six (2b) in township number twenty
CJo) north of range number two (2) east of
th fourth p. m.. id tbe county of Rock Isl
and and Ftatn of Illinais: Charles M. Osborn.
Sarah I... Osborn. Henry Curtis, Jr., and Lucy
ti. curtis, aeienaants. ism to qu'et title.
To the above named non-resident defendants.
1 he unknown owneror owners of tbe south
one-half of the northeast quarter of section
number twenty-seven (27) in township number
twenty (20) north range twoeast of toe fourth
p ra . in the county or Rock Island and state
of Illinois, the unknown owner or owners of
tbe northwest quarter and the north thirty
(30 acres of the ea one-half C.) of the
southwest quarter (',) and the north thirty
acres of tbe northwest quarter C4) of the
s-.utb west quarter Pi ) .all in section twentv-
s x (2(1). and tbe nortneast quarter Ci) and the
north thirty acres of tbe northeast quarter Ci
of tbe so .tbeast quarter of setion twen
ty-seven (27) in township twenty (20) nonh of
range two (2) east of the fourth p. m., in tbe
county of Rock Island and state of Illinois;
Ed win A. French, tbe unknown heirs or devi
sees of Edwin A. French, deceased: the un
known heirs or devisees of Elliott Harroun.
deceased: the unknown owners of tbe west
one-half of the northeast quarter of section
number twenty-seven (27) in township number
twenty (20) north of range number twoeast
of the fourih p. m.: and tbat portion of the
soutneast quarter () or the northeast quar
ter (H) as lies west of tbe main channel or tbe
Meredosiaslough supposed to contain aboutten
( 10) acres in section twenty-six (26) In township
number twenty (2) north nf range two east
of tbe fourth p. m.. it being understood thtt
the Meredosla slougb is to be tbe line of said
tract, all in tbe county of Rock Island and
state of Illinois; Ralph Sage, Delia Sage, tbe
unknown heirs or devisees of Ralph Sage,
deceased: tbe unknown owners of the west
one-half ')of the southeast quarter (') of
tbe northeast quarter Pi 1 of section number
twenty-sit (26) in township number twenty (20)
north of range number two (2) east of the
fourth p. m . in tbe county of Rook Island and
state of Illinois, and eacb of them.
Aflldavlt of your non -residence having been
Hied in the office of tbe cler of said court, no
tice is hereby given to you and each of you tbat
the above named complainant has Hied In said
court his bill of complaint atcaiest you on tbe
chancery side of said court, that a summon in
chancery ha been Issued in sa'd cause against
you returnable to tbe next teimof sa'd court
to oe begun ana held In tbe city of Rock
Island, in said county, on tbe first Monday of
May. A. D. iy00, at wbicb time and place you
are to pleafl, answer or demur to said till of
complaint if you see fit.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois. April 3. A. D.
lfl. GEOKGK W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Said Court. .
Swiisit & Walkeb.
Complainant s Solicitors.
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Bennett's Glove and Fur Store
OK ALL KINDS.
of all kinds. '
Made to Order.
Bennett's Glove and Fur Store, 1616 Second Ave., Rock Island.
The German-English Specialists
Permanently Located at 205 West Third St., Davenport, la.
Devote a'l their time to the treatment of Chronic Diseases and Surtrery.
Their success in curing dlseases'tbat hare been pronounced incurable by others is due to
tbe following facts:
They have spent years In college and hospital training and special courses.
They have every scientific appliance tbat has been found useful In LHiiKnoslnft and treat
ing chronic diseases.
Their treatment combines the two greatest factors of the healing art, known to
leal profession, ELECTRICITY and MEDICINE.
Catarrrt Can lie Cored
Rv the methods and appliances used by tbe
German-Englisb Specialists. If you have le
call and investigate their methods They will
be pleased to refer you to numerous cases
right here in Davenport cured by them.
Diseases of the Langs.
Bronchial Catarrh, Asthma and first stages
of Consumption cured by means of costly ap
pliances that carrv tne medicine direct to tha
diseased pirts. Cases formerly regarded in
curable quickly cured by these methods.
Their Hot Air treatment, (now used in all
the large hospitals in the east combined witb
electricity gives quick and permanent cures.
lr you are a sufferer Investigate. They will
gladly furnish you names and addresses of
manv prominent people cured by them in Dav
Cancers, Tumors of everv description, de
formities, varicose veins and ulce s. removed
without pain and without ch'oroform or ether.
Fydrocele permanent.y cured in three ii.
Stricture, pile and varicocele permanently
cured by . tbe eleotro-oetnlcal process used
only by tbe Uerman-Kngllsh doctors.
Diseases of the Kyes.
Blindness, Dimness of Vision, Granulated or
Inflamed eye lids, cataract, etc., cured by the
absorption method. No detention from busi
ness. Diseases of the Nervous Hystem. Cbronln
and private diseusesof men and women. Cou
sultation frne and absolutely confidential.
Hours to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 and 7 to H p. m.
Sundays 9 to 12 a. m.
J. F. Robihsoh, President L S. McCabb, Vice President. H. K. Castcm Cashier
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
C. J. Larkln,
James J. LaVelle,
L. S. McCabe,
J. F. Robinson,
H. E. Casteel,
E. D. Sweeney,
Henry W. Tremann,
H. D. Mack,
John Schafe ,
U D. Mudge,
Louis A. Schmidt
Sweeney St Walker, Solicitors.
MONET LOANED ON PERSONAL, COLLATERAL OB REAL ESTATE 8KCUHITT.
Open daily 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturdays 7 to 8 p. m.
Office in Rock Island National Bank Building. ' " ;
Notice of I'nbllcatlon Chancery.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island Count v. (
In the Circuit Court. May term. A. D.. 1900
M . Holsapple vs. Mary J- Holsapple. In
Affidavit of unknown residence of the abovo
defendant. Mary J. Holsapple. havinir hn
filed In the clerk s office of tbe circuit court of
saia county, notice is merer ore Hereby given
to the said non resident defendant that th
complainant niea ner Dill or complaiet In said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the id
day oi April. A. u.. lyui. and that tbereunon
summons ixvued out of said court, wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on tne 7th day
in tbe mon trior May next, as is bylaw requiru.
Now. unless you. the said non-resident defend
ant above named. Mary J. Holsapple. shi.l ner.
aonauyoe ana appear nciure hjio circuit court
on the Br.t day of tbe next term thereof to be
holden at Rock Island in and for the said county,
on the Tib day of May next, and plevd. answer
or demur to the said complainant a biil of com.
plaint, the same and the matters aud things
therein charged and stated will be taken m
confesed, and a decree entered agaiost you
according to the prater of saidbilL '
UKwei w . uambix Clerk
Dated at Rock iMand. Illinois. A or J 2. lyori
fc-Ci.SKBix it McCaskki. CorxipLainanvs So
Rock Island Savings Bank
ZIook Island, HI.
Incorporated Under the -
Four Per Cent Paid on
Monet Loaned Ok Personal Collateral Ob Real Estate Securitt.
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubautch, Vice President.
P. Ureenawait, Cashier.
Began business July 2, l&tt. and occupied
S. E. corner of Mitchell
H. S. Cable,
H. P- Hull.
K. W. Hunt,
Solicitors Jackson and Hurst.
Wm. WUmerton t
Lw Simon, "
J. M. Buford
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