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THIS ARGOTS. THURSDAY. JTJL.Y L'6. 90O
j ri uiea.iuuai ud.ru. g
McCASKRLN & McCASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock bland sad Milan. Rock Mud offlce
oer Krell A. Math a store. Milan offlce on
a. c. co5inxr. B. D. OOlflTBIXT.
. CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Offlce orer Thorns,' drug
store, corner of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HURST.
Attorneys at Law.
Offlce in Rock Island National Bank Building.
WM. L. LCDULFX. BOBSBT. R. BIT HOLDS.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public 1706 Second- avenue, Batord
D. IWIIKIT. C. L. WlUIg.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and ConaseUors at Law.
Offlce In Beng-ston block.
C. J. IURU. C. B. MAB8BAIX.
8EARLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENIRY & McENIRY.
Attorneys at Law.
foao Doner on rood seeuritv: make cnllea-
tlocs Reference, Mltcbell A Lynda, bankers.
Office, Mltcbell & Lyrde bulldtng,
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Island.
hell A Lyede building.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on I3B7. Office. 3W Twentieth
street. Offlce hours: 10 to IS n. m.; 2 to 4 snd
7 to s p.m. Sunday, 8:80 to 9:30 a. m.; 1:30 to
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Homoeopat hic Physician.
Ppeclal attention to dlMeanes of women and
children. a!o diseases of ee. ear, nose and
throat. Offlce hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p.
no. Itl Six tenth street, Kook Island.
J. K BUBKHABT. M. D.
MRS. IIAIM M. BUBKHABT, M. fx
DRS. BURKilART & BURKHART,
Offloe Tremann block. Office hours S to 12 a.
m . I to Rand 7 to 9 p. m. Phone N. V, Rock
Island, IJ1. Night calls answered from offlce.
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physiol an and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Offloe hours. 9 to II a. m.,
I to 4 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. ra. Night calls from
offloe. Phone 40B4.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
A 11 diseases of home and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed in a scientific manner. Dog, treated.
AU calls promptly attended to. Residence,
1 1 '0 Fourth avenue. Telephone 4061. Offlce
and infirmary, 1615-1017 fourth avenue,
(Mauoker's atable). opposite No. 1 tire house.
DR. H. EMMET STEEN.
Specialist and expert in the treatment of
nerviuus, private and all chronic diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 12. t to 4. 6 to 8. Sundays 10 to
It. Harrison and Second streets, opposite
new Boston store.
DR. M. A. HOLLINGS WORTH,
Offlce. Harper House Pharmacy. Night
calls phone 4M1.
PROF. A. L. THOMPSON.
Psycho Magnetic Healer.
Treats all chronic dlsei
Hours to 12: 1 JO to 8 sad 7: to 0:90.
Fourth avenue, between Nineteenth
DR. H. G. TRENT,
Office Hours: 9 to II; 1 to 5. Y. M. C. A.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Store. ' '
Office boars from to IX e. m. and I to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR.
Offlce hours 8:30 to 12 a. m.. 1:80 to IM p. m
t9 eighteenth street. Opposite Union offloe
DRACK & KERNS.
Architects and Superintendents.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cat Flowers and Designs of ail Kinds.
OHy store, 1807 Seoond avenue. Telephone
Three Letters from Mrs. Johnson,
Showing that Lydia E. Plnlt
ham'B Vegetable Compound
Cores the His of Women
Wrote for nrs. PlnkharrTa Advice
" Deab Mbs. Pixkham : I am a gTeat
sufferer, have mnch trouble throng-h 1
the lower part of my bowels, and I am :
writing to yon for advice. Menses are
irregular and scanty, am troubled with
leutsorrhoea, and I ache so through my
back and down through my loins. I
have spells of bloating very badly,
sometimes will be very large and other
times very much reduced." Mrs.Chas.
E. Johnson, Box 33, Rumford Center,
Maine, ov. 20, 1897.
Improvement Reported December.
"Dear Mrs. Putkham: I wish to
tell you that I am improving in health.
1 am ever so much better than when
wrote before. The trouble through
the lower part of bowels is better and
I am not bloated so badly. I was very
much swollen through the abdomen
before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound. I still have a feel
ing of fulness across my chest. I have
used throe bottles of it and am on tbe
fourth. Mbs. Chas. E. Jouxsox, Box
33, Etrmford Center, Maine, Dec. 13,1897.
Enjoying dood Health June, i899
Dear Mrs. Pixkham : Since a year
ago I have been taking your medicine.
and am now strong and enjoying good
health. I have not been so well for
three years, and feel very thankful to
you for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vega
table Compound has done for me.
would advise all who suffer with fe
male troubles to try your medicine."
Mrs. Chas. E. Johnsox, Box 33, Rom
ford Center, Maine, June 1, 1899.
Is No Longer an Incurable
Why Neglect Yourself and Permit This
Loathsome and Dangerous A mic
tion to FMten Itself Upon Ton.
If you have Dryness of the Nose
and throat, a constant hacking and
coughing, enlarged tonsils, dropping
of mucus, stopping up ot the nose,
fullness and noises in the head,
mouth-breathing, oflensive breath; if
you are pale, weak, losing flesh, and
Uave a tendency to DEAFNESS or
CONSUMPTION do not let it increase
from day to day.
Consult the German-English Spe
cialists and receive assurance of a
speedy and permanent cure.
Catarrhal Deafness, Bronchitis, Ca
tarrh of the Throat, Stomach, Bow
els, Liver, Kidney and Bladder treated
by the Berlin system used exclusively
by these Eminent Specialists.
The remedies and methods em
ployed are new and are the result of
stuay ana research during many
years of hospital, private and special
practice. They are without excep
tion the only "successful ones before
the medical profession today.
By means of costly appliances found
nowhere else west of Chicago, the
doctors are enabled to bring healing
agents directly to the diseased parts,
thereby producing cures in cases that
have tried all other means and failed.
The best physicians frankly admit
that this is the only way of perma
nently curing Catarrh and Catarrhal
Their Electro-Chemic System in
combination with medicine is proving
successful In all cases of Nervous De
bility, Defective Memory, Mental De
lusions, Sleeplessness, Threatened
WOMEN suffering from nervous
ness, palpitation of the heart, flatu
lency, or any disease pecnliar to tbeir
sex should call on the Specialists and
get an opinion on their case free of
Consultation and Examination
Ber Daraokrat Building
205 W. Third Street, Davenport.
Hours 9 to 11 a. m, t to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Sundays 9 to IS a. m.
John Volli &
Builders : : :
ALSO MAirUTACTURXa OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Doable Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glaas.
311-829 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
RIOTING IS SPREADING.
Continued from Flm Page
iWrx-Ie and marched out Charles avenue
, In a body. The police pent strong re
I inforcements to the prison, and when
the mob made its appearance its lead-
J crs were told that an effort to secure
. the pri.soner (Pierce, who was with
Charles.) would le resisted to the bit
ter end. The members of the throng
then slowly dispersed. Small bands of
men and boys were soon formed and
scattered to several parts of the city.
Many negroes who were on the streets
and riding In cars were fired upon with
more or less success.
The police board was In session
whpn reports of the marching of the
mobs were received and an adjourn
ment wa promptly taken that the of
ficers in attendance might hurry to the
scene and put down the disorders. The
body of the dead necro is In the
morgue, and half a dozen badly bat
tered colored men and women are In
the charity hospital. Among those
badly wounded Is a Pullman car por
ter who had just arrived on his
run from Chicago. He was pulled from
a street car anil shot twice. Ills re
covery Is doubtful.
Fastest Crnlaer la the World.
Boston. July 2t. The new Russian
cruiser Varlag, which was given her
builder's trial off the New England
coast yesterdav.dt'veloped a maximum
sr.eed of 24.S5 "knots, with 154.30 revo
lutions of her nroitellers. She was not
under forced draught, but her engines
developed 20,000 horse power.
'Will Talk of China at Canton,
Cleveland. July 2C Secretary of
State John Hav left Cleveland this
morning for Canton to confer with
President McKinlev in reference to
the Chinese situation.
A Lwaar Pelt Waat.
"There is so much talk," says a young
professional woman, "about women
having to go into stores where they
get only a pittance for a salary, and
yet when you want a woman who will
mend and make over plain garments It
is impossible to find one. The work Is
not difficult, and it Is not work of
enough Importance to warrant paying
dressmakers' prices. It is the kind of
work which a girl at home will do for
herself, but which one who is employ
ed the greater part of the time has net
ther time nor strength for. It only re
quires a little knowledge of sewing
and the exercise of common sense. I
have two underskirts now which I
would like to have made over, and I
don't know where to go. There are a
number of girls In the house where I
board who are In need of just he same
thing. Now, we would be willing to
pay at the rate of f I.TjO a day to get
some one with common sense to do this
work. The woman who could do It
would make a fairly good living, but
we can't find her, though It would
seem that there must bo hundreds of
people who would be glad to do it.
There must be work enough of this
klud In the city to keep a whole fac
tory of girls busy. AVby doesn't some
one start a big sewing establishment
of this kind?" New York Times.
A "Woman's ni-bta Person."
An old Virginia gentleman arose in a
car the other day and with a great
llourish of his slouch hat offered his
seat to a beautiful and handsomely
"Take my seat, madam," he politely
requested. The lady demurred. "Take
iny seat, I leg of you, madam," he in
sisted. "I could not allow a lady to
stand, unless," he added under his
breath, "she was one of those women's
The lady bristled visibly. "I." she
said In a freezing tone, "I am a 'wom
an's rights person. "
"Take my seat. Just the same, mad
am, said the gallant old gentleman
luilingly. "You are too good looking
to be suspected of it If you hadn't con
fessed." Leslie's Weekly.
She's an Architect.
Miss Mamie Hale of Columbia. Mo.,
will draw the plans and furnish the
specifications for the two buildings to
be erected at Marshall for the Missouri
State Asylum For the Feeble Minded.
Miss Hale has been selected as the ar
chitect by the board of managers, and
she will have entire charge of the work
from beginning to end. S!e will visit
similar institutions In Pennsylvania,
New York and other states to get the
latest ideas. Miss Hale Is already well
known as an architect in her own
state, the handsome $30,000 Christian
college building at Columbia having
been built from her designs and under
It cannot be too often repeated that
it is not helps, but obstacles, not facil
ities, but difficulties, that make men
and bring final success. Success.
are simply kidney disorders. The
kidneys filter the blood of all that
shouldn't be there. The blood
passes through the kidneys every
three minutes. If the kidneys do
their work no impurity or cause of
disorder can remain in the circula
tion longer than that time. There
fore, if your blood is out of order
your kidneys have failed in their
work. They are in need of stimula
v tion, strengthening or doctoring.
One medicine win do all three, the
finest and most imitated blood
medicine there is
FAMOUS NAVAL OFFICER.
Ibm.i Incidents la the Lata
n . j phiii.-. i
ThP lntP Rear Admiral John W. Phil-
in life was full of Incidents showing:
his well known characteristics conr -
age, self reliance, devotion to duty,
consideration ior omers iuu a iei;ci
ln practical Christianity says the New
York Tribune. He was a devoted
church member and a habitual reader
of the Bible. He never offered Honor
to hia guests and never swore, his only
expletive being "By cracky!"
Tbe following characteristic story
told of bis visit to Galveston in the win
ter of 1S07-S: On the day after the
blowing up of the battleship Maine one
of the Galveston papers published an
Interview with Captain Philip. In tbel
same column was a story relating to
certain conditions in the United States
navy. The Information was such as
no commander lu fhe navy had any
right to give. It did not come from
Captain Philip, but was simply a piece
of reprint .worked over from a New I it was favorable to Powers, the de
York paper. Captain Philip, unaware! fenda n t on trial. C.eorgetowu and
of this fact, feared that the disclosure
. . ' ,. . , . ,
might be attributed to hlnj and was
considerably troubled, but he used no
violent language. He simply sent
note to the reporter saying:
When vou visit the Texa aeain. over a cieir.
I will have a "bone to pick" with th?e; and. as
the boy said, why did you do it? Ever aincerely
To"". J- " Paiur.
In January, 18GS, while attached to
the flaeshln Hartford In the Asiatic
squadron, soon after the opening of the
ports of Illogo and Osaka, and when
i , ,. it nrr r
that vessel was lying off the mouth of
me usasa river, ne suoeu conspicu-
ous gallantry by going in command or
of Rear Admiral Bell and other officers
and sailors. The admiral and his staff!
had left the ship to go to Osaka, sir!
miles up the river, on an official visit to I
Satsuma, the mikado's leading com
mander in, the revolution, and in at
tempting to go through the breakers at
the bar their boat broached to, and
nearly all on board were drowned.
The story of Captain Philip's utter
ances after the battle of Santiago gives
him a high place in the hearts of re -
ligious people. His "Don t cheer, boys;
the poor devils are dying!" when the
Alniirante Oquendo of the Spanish
fleet went on the beach and surrender
ed to the Texas, was the first. After
the battle the bugle sounded "All hands
on deck!" and when officers and men
had assembled Captain Philip said:
"I wish to make confession that I
have Implicit faith In God and In the
officers and crew of the Texas, but mv
falth In you Is secondary only to my
faith In God. We have seen what he
has done for us In allowing us to
achieve so great a victory, and I want
to ask you all, or at least every mau
who has no scruples, to uncover his
head with me and silently offer a word
of thanks to God for his goodness to
ward us all."
In speaking of this Incident, Harry
W. Jones, chaplain of the Texas, said:
"I went into the cabin after the cap-
tain had gone there. Holding out my
hand to him. I said, 'Captain, I con
gratulate you, not only for your tre
mendous victory, but for the stand
you took after the action.' His coun
tenance brightened up as he replied.
'Why, chaplain, I was sure of it when
I went on the bridge, for 6urciy God
has been with us, and it has been all
on account of prayer.'
PRIVATE EPPS' BRAVE DEED.
SInffle Handed Me Captured Twenty
Armed Filipino Rebels.
Letters from Manila received nt Se
attle, Wash., give Interesting accounts
of how Private Epps of Company B,
Thirty-third Infantry, won a medal by
his heroic capture, single handed, of
20 armed Filipino rebels, says the Chi
cago Times-Herald. It was recently
when there was a great deal of desulto
ry fighting near Vigan.
Epps became separated from his
companions and in scaling a wall fell
plump Into a party of 20 natives. With
out losing bis nerve and before the
rebels could recover from their aston
ishment he ordered them to throw
down their arms. They complied, and
Epps marched them away out In the
Here several soldiers appeared, and
with their assistance the brave private
marched them to the barracks. Epps
was summoned to headquarters and
complimented on his achievement.
DLE HOUR'S MAGNIFICENCE.
Lake Areke4 Ia Stained Glaaa
Within an Oriental Marble Court.
An Inclosed oriental court is being
built in front of William K. Vander-
bilt's new country home. Idle Hour, at
Oakdale, Long Island. The court Is to
cost $100,000. and It is said that it will
surpass in magnificence anything of
the kind in the United States. Dredges
are at work cutting out a miniature
lake, 300 feet In either direction across
and 8 feet deep, which will be fed by
the Great river, that now extends
clear tip to the mansion through .the
This lake Is to be Inclosed by arches
of steel and glass, says the New York
Sun. The side walls of the court are
to be of marble. A promenade laid la
mosaic will extend around the lake.
and the arched windows will be of
tained glass. A marble staircase of 1
easy descent and arched over, similar j
to the arches over the lake, will lead
from tbe mansion to tbe lake.
Cyclists ta Defend Usass.
General Maurice, commander in chief
at Woolwich, has propounded an elab
orate scheme for the defense of Lon.
don by a Large corps of cyclists, and it
will be tested in .Ausuat, says the New
York World. He has arranged for
from 3,000 to 4.000 cyclists to form a
rolnnteer battalion to carry oat tbe
PUn- - -
POWERS' FRIENDS FEARED
I George tow a Bears Hssdrtdi of Moue-
I ialneers are Coming-.
I Georgetown. Ky., July 26. George-
1 town and Scott county are excittd
I over a report that several hundred of
jda7 or Tuesday and tbey fear trouble
I ro7 occur in that event. McKinzie
I Todd, who" was Taylor's private
I secretary, was the principal witness
I In toe Powers' trial yesterday. While
I testimony in some degree re-
is fleeted on Henry Youtsey, one of the
- 1 defendants, it was favoraDle to
I Georgetown. Kv., July 2tJ. Yester-
J day was another comparatively unin-
terestlng dav in the Powers trial, very
little of a sensational nature being do-
veloped. McKinzie Todd, who was
Governor Taylor's private secretary,
was the principal witness. While his
testimony In some degree reflected on
I Henry Yontaey. one of the defendants.
f.1"11 UB"V 'Tn '
that several hundred of Powers moun-
tain frlem,s wU1 Jrrive hm Momlay
or Tuesday, and tliev fear that trouble
a niay occur in that event.
I The prosecution has many imiortant
I witnesses who have not yet been
I heard. The defense will admit Pow-
I ers' connection With the organization
I of the 1.2UO mountaineers who came
I to Frankfort on Jan. 2.". and who after
I stacking their rifles in the state build-
lnKs hd a mass meeting In front of
th rapltoL but will introduce proof to
show that the body of men, though
arnied (.anie , fa,th to lietIt,Mn
thp lejrislature and with no intention
I cf intimidation.
fltws fAtiT ia uumflfi'
Henrv It. Medcalfe. of Rhode Island,
was yesterday formally notified of his
nomluat Ion for vice president by the
Prohibitionists. The function took
place In Carnegie Music hall. New
At the Glenville track. Cleveland,
the black gelding Coney by McKinney
naced the .second heat of a race in
The United States League of Build-
1 Ing and Loan Associations is meeting
I at Indianapolis.
Samuel Gompers, of the Federation
of Iibor. is at Chicago investigating
the long lockout In that city.
Frank M. Pray, of Austin (Chicago
suburb), has just returned from the
Philippines, where he was a prisoner
for four months in the hands or sav
Three children were killed by an ex-
I plosion on a steam yacht at Syracuse,
Explorers for Northwestern unlver-
sitv have discovered great ruins full
of relics in Pajarsto cauou, New Mex
Costa Rica and Nicaragua have set
tled their long-standing boundary dis
Paris tM)lice were called on to quell
a riot caused by the jury's award of
first prize in the National Conserva
tory of Music.
Prohibitory sections of Germany's
mvat 1,111 take effect Oct. 1.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicaeo. July 25.
Pniinwlnr were the quotations on the
Chicago Board or iraae toaay.
...J .74 -4Va .S't .i"
... .74 -'3- .T4,
September .. .75Vs
September .. -3b Vs
Sootember .. .23'. .23V .22 .23
.11.85 11.90 11.70
July - v;: - v-A'
September ..0.43 0.10 . v
October 6.B0 e.&u o o
Short ribs .
Jul. 6.90 tt.SiVi .3J
September .. t.u o--
October 6.8V4 6UVs " '-oo
R.iMor- Produce Extra creamery,
iQr. rer lb: extra dairy. 1617c: pack-
trier stock, ltc. r reisn iuin, xxyrv
nor dm. Live poultry Turkeys. 6W
ner lb: chickens, hens. 8c; springs,
ducks, 7.ic: spring, 1012c; peese, $3.50
WfiOO ner dox. ew potatoeE .ariy
Ohio. 28 30c per bu. New apples J2.00
fio.00 per brl. uiacKDerries oucoiJ
per 24-qt case.
vnicato ut nnca,
Hon-Estimated receipts for the day.
26 000. Sales range at S4.605.25 for
nies. S5.15e5.45 for flight. $5.0065.15 for
rough packing, $5.155.40 for mixed and
$5.205.40 for heavy packing and ship
ping lots. Bulk ot sales at $5.255.35.
Cattle Estimated recelps for the
day. 15,500. Quotations ranged at$5.40
55-5.73 for choice to extra steers, ao.iura
5.40 for good to choice do.. $4.6005.15 for
fair to good do.. $4.50g4.75 common to
m.iiiiiii it.i X4.3niS4.55 butchers' steers.
$4.SC5.50 fed western s;teers. $4.OO4.80
fpllntr steers, sz.baait w cows, ij.ou'rr
5.10 heifers. $2.754.40 bulls and oxen.
$4.O04.8' stags, $3.5005.00 Texas steers
and $4.5026.75 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for t he
day. 11.000. Quotations ranged at $3.60
04.35 westerns, 3.zoq? natives,
06.25 western lambs, and $4,750-6.65 na
Wheat Quiet: No. 1 northern, 76V40
6Vic: No. 2 northern, 74V4075c. Rye
Nomine!: No. 1, 56c. Uarley Firm
No. 2. 47Vi48c; sample
nl iueiAtu.r Data
'eZ ci -
Quiet: No. 2 white
Bay Timothy. asCflO; prairie, Is to 18.
Butter-Cboiee to falr, lo: fresh creamery,
Hens 7a per pound.
Spring chickens, (3.00 per doten.
CatUe Butchers nay for eon fed steers.
400; oows and
neuers, sotc; caivea, e
Bsrlnr Laxr-bs tS 5001 (8.
For laluiu and Children.
111 Kindle. Hais Alwajs Bsntfl
The Kind Ton Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-grxod aro but
Experiments that trille with and endanger the health off
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and. allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constliatiou
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALVAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Always the Same
Its pnrltr is absolute and lta flavor rssnr
passed. Tho beer that flnds a place upon the
moat exclusive tables. Famous through
out the world.
Brewed and bottled in St. Louis by The
AwerlMn ltrewlng Co.
Ot. Louts A. B. C. Bohemian Beer Is bottled
only at the Brewery, each bottle la a paokaee
sealed in bb lioula and opened by the consumer.
A. D. HUES ING, Wholesale Dealer, Rock Island, 111.
Woman Stnovio Woman
Edbich, Kak. , Jaa- $1.
I assd Wine of Cardui for ner
vousness and weakness in the
womb. After taking- one bottle I
was well again. I am a midwife
and always recommend Wine of
Cardui to my lady friends during
preirnsncy and after birth as a tonic,
fererv ladv who takes It finds that
it doee Tea more ahaa Is claimed
VMM V. at. BOISVKET.
Nobody knows woman like woman. Men go to medical colleges,
study books and listen to lectures. They learn indirectly of the diseases
of women, but they a'e men and can never fully understand the ailments,
the suffering's, the agonies of mothers, wives and sisters. A woman
know. Mrs. Boisvert known. She has passed through the trials
and tribulations of her sex. She has been near by when her sisters suf
fered. She has seen them relieved and cured with Wine of Cardui. Is
it any wonder she recommends it? Is it any wonder that thousands
UlltS' alVISOIT Bt'AITMtlT.
Tor ad Tie. Is cases requiring ap.tal
direction.. ari1r., atTtng symptoms.
U4U,' L.tOTj w.'t. Tk.B4TT.ooia
icias CO, Cfceuanoosm, Tenn.
the weak of aU ages, helps and
Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
Hotlcs of Publication In Chancery.
State of Illinois, i
Bock Island County,
In the Circuit Court of said Rock Island
county. In chancery.
Kock island flow company, complainant.
I Ada Bmith. Arthur femith. Myrtle Hea ler
I Hazrl Hensier. Tbonias Moore, Georite Moore
I Moore, wife of said Genre Moore, and
the unknown owners of tbe undivided one
tenth pa-t of lot seven ('). in block four (4),
In tnt part f the elty of sock Island in the
count v or Rock Island and Mate of Illinois.
known and described as the Cblcatro or Lower
addition to said city of Rock Island, defend-
To Ada Smith. Arthur Pmlth. Hazel lien ler,
Thomas Meore. George Moore, Moore,
wife of said George Moore and tbe unknown
owners of tbeondivided one-t-nih part of lot
seven (7. in block four (4, in tht part of the
city of Rock Is and. it tbe county of Rock Inl
and snd state of 111 nois. known and described
as tbe Cbicsfro or Lower addition to said cltr
of Rock lalsnd. defendants in tbe above en
titled suit and each and every oee of them.
Notice is hereby given th at tbe above entitled
suit is now pending In said court aad that sum
mocs bss been is'ued against you therein:
Mow. unless yon shall pemooa ly be and ap
pear before toe said eourt on tbe flrnt day of
the nest term thereof, to be bolden In the
court house ia tbe city of Kock Island, la
tbe county of Roc Island, stile of
Illinois, on tbe third Monday of Sep
tember next, to which time aoa piece said
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I Dated at Kock Is' and I L, this 13to day of July,
I A,'. iJ.if'w flm mm mrtr of Raid Owrt. '
HiHHTCCBTU, boUcitor lor Gompiainaat.
Bought, and lvhicli has bsen '
has borne the signatnre ot
has been made under his per
supervision since its infancy.
strikes you (brc&if
CTaTv o t? fp n rs; ro
of other women, recommend It
They know. They have ac
tual experience to prompt them.
They spread the tidings from
mouth to mouth, telling how Wine
of Cardui helps young (iris, helps
cures all womanly ills.
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THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Are JTT8T T7XX THQfQ.
We make them glviag yea
twelve different posi tlocs la
tbe dozen. Better ones with
eight, six, four, three and two
different positions la tbe dos
n. ADregulsrlly mounted
la the latest finish at
C E. SMITH,
Oppoatee Harper Houee, eeoad Ave
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