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TH23 AUGUS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 1 i, 1901.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Pacide Rillway Ticket
oan be purotaaed or baggag
checked at K. I. A P. T wen tletfc
tree depot, or C, R. I. A P.
deoot. corner Flftn avenue and
Tb.!rty-rst street. Fran U Plumaaer, Agent
bearer Limited AOmnba... t t:10 ami
rv Worth, Dearer &K.O.. 1 5-06 am
Minneapolis....... t 6:60 ta
Qmaha and Dos Moines t 8:00 am
fOm&ba & Minneapolis..... tl2:05 am
Omaha A Lsnooln Ex....... 7:M am
Des Moines A Omtbt ! I :f pro
Denver, Uneoln A Omaha. S:05 .am
Dee Moines Krpresa '12:15 in
Bock Island A Bureau Ac. f 4. TO pro
Pt. Paul A Minneapolis..... !: am
Denver, Ft. Worth & K C. 5:00 am
tKansas City, St Joe ADnvr .11:10 pm
Koek Island A Washington M .M pm
Oaioago A Dea Moines... t 2:1 S pm
Rook Island A Brooklyn Ao 6.3 pm
(Omaha A Rock Island... . 8.8 pm
t7btago, A Davenport. ....
2 (VI mj
t 9:i0 am
t 8:05 am
T c:w am
6 30 pm
T c:w am
t 9:bh pm
t 3 to pm
It 7:40 am
t 7:09 pm
Arrival Departure. tDally, except Sun-
lisauy except Saturday n others oauy -iei'
ROOK ISLAND A PBOR1A
"BaUway Depot First sto
ooe nd Twentieth street M.
A. Patterson. General Paaaen-
frer Acent. PaHsenger trains
cave C. R L A P. (Mo
line avenue) depot live &
minutes earlier than time
Cleen PI I Golf, agent.
La vs. AKHIVI
-pr'gneld, Cincinnati. Peo
feorla, Springfield, St. I.
Peoria, Sprlngdeld, Cincin
nati ble Accommodation.....
able A Sberrard Aeeom..
'able A Sberrard Aeeom.
b 05 am
4:f 5 pm
ex sept Sunday.
dally: ail other trains daily
T)AVEJIFORT. ROCK ISLr
and A Northwestern rail
way "The Trl-CHty R mte ")
Passenger station at Rook
Island A Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street L. Fv Ber
ry, O. P. A., Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, 1"4
Second Avenue Geo W
Wood A rent
Cllr oa, Sterling. Chi capo, j
CUntoo, Chicago, Omaba.i
Denver. Rock ford, Janes-;
vtlle, UadlHon Ml, 50 ai
Clinton, Otuba Cellar
Kaplds. Anam:L I
Clin ton. Dm aba. Sioux City,
Ut&b and Pacific Coast..
Clinton, merlins, Dixon
Clinton. Chicago, Janes-
tile, Madison, Rookford.
Clinton, Denver, Omaha,
:15 pm' 7:.V) am
Trains marked dally,
All others daily ex
ST. PAUL raUway Ra
Cine A Southwestern Division
Depot Twentierb street
oetwecn First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breekio-
Mall and Kxpresa...
Et. Paul Express.. ..
Freight and acoom .
All trains daily except Sunday.
reURLINGTON ROUTE O.
B. A Q. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
ML J. YOUNG,
i St. A- Hpnngneia, Peoria.
Bur. Quin. via Monmouth
Peoria. Beardstown. Bur
Uctrton, Denver and west
B terlln g, Clinton A Dubuque
Bt. 1, Kans C, Denver A
Pae. coast via Galesbur?.
ts am1 7:11 pm
1 7:45 amt 8:40 pm
t 2:40 pn: tl 1:68 arc
7:60 pm 8:15 am
7:50 pm 1 8:40 to
7:16 pm .f am
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
Purity above juspc077.
To have a case in the hou.te
is like havirr? money in the
bank. Its valup is stondand
Sold by Draff istrairif0aey.
E L'i qjaww rora- . ' M
I WILLOW SPRINGS DISTILLERY ' i
WILLOW SPRINGS 01STILLERY
, , OMAHA.U.S.A.
Nothing but a loc
al remedy or change
of climate will cure
The Specific Is
ILY'S CEIL BUM
It is quickly ab- I
fteonr6819- COLD n HEAD
Opens and cleanses the Nasal Tassagea
Allays iriMamruation, heals and protects the
membrane, restores the senses of ta.ste and
smell. No cocaine, no mercury, no injur
ious drug. Kegular size 50c; family size
SI. at druetjVst? or by malL .
KLY B BOTHERS. 6d Warren St New Yotk
TKEt TASTE VERY y
MUCH LIKE IO
MRS. 8CHMID REFUSES ' -TO
PAY A FUNERAL BILL.
. Mrs. Josephiic Scimid,- widow of
August SchuiiJ, who was a promi
nent business man in Uack Island SO
years ago, is defendant in an interest
ing suit in New York City, as will be
seen by the following, item in a news
paper fron. there:
'Disclosures of differences in a
family of great wealth, to ono of
whoso disputes the suicide of Mrs.
Henry Kleiner last March was allrib
uted, are expected in the . city court
when Judge Schuchtuan hears tho
suit brought by James E McLarny
& Son, undertakers, 'against- Mrs. Jo
tephine SchuiiJ. who lives in a hand
some house at Sixty-third street and
Mr. McLarney sues for $ 600 for
services he says were ordered by Mrs
Scbmid for the funeral of her mother-in-'aw,
Mrs. Eliza Schmid. in Febru
ary, It 00. Mrs. Josephine Schmid
is the widow of August Scuuiii, for
merly of Bornhcimer & Schmid, and
through ' him became possessed of
large brewery interests, which are
estimated as being worth several
million dollars. Mrs Schmid does
not disputo the amount of the under
taker's bill and admits that the ser
vices were rendered, bat contends
that she is not the proper person to
pay the bill and that the debt, there
fore, is not hers " -
ANDREEN IS THE FAVORITE.
Aucustaoa Directors Want Him for Pretl
dont of tht. Colleas
Of the three ca didatcs nominated
for the presidency of Angustana. the
one who is reported to have found the
mort favor in the eyes of the direct
ors is Dr. Audreen, who is gaining a
brilliant reputation as a scholar and
who was" prominently mentioned at
tho election held for president la; t
Dr. Andrecn was (rraduatcd from
Augustana in 1880. Far a year or
two ho taught Latin at Augustana
and then -went to Bethany college,
Lfndsborg, Kas., to take the chair of
Latin there. He remained at Bethany
'six roars and then went to Yale,
where he received his degree of doc
tor of philosophy three years ago.
Upon receiving his degree he was ap
pointed to the chair of Scandinavian
languages at Yale. Aftr two years
of preparation in Upsala university,
in Sweden, he returned last fall and
ha 4 since been at Yale.
While iu Sweden Dr. Andrecn was
instrumental in bringing about the
subscription of 100.000 crowns by
prominent Swedish scholars to en
dow a chair in Augustana. This sub
scription is almost completed. Dr.
Andrcen is abont 40 years of age and
is a man of great executive energy, as
was shown by his work for the college
while in Sweden.
Kockford friends are urging Rev. L.
A. Johnson, of St. Faul, for the presi
dency of Augustana. He ' was for
merly in charge of a 'Swedish Luth
eran church a Kockford.
Stat of Ohio, Citt of Tolkoi, )
Lucas Cuomr. i
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F.
J., Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said lirni will pty
tbc sura of f 100 for each and every
case of catarrh that cannot bo cured
by tho use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presenco this 6th day of De
cember, A. D , 1886.
seal , J- A. W. Gleason,
' ..i Notary Public.
Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally anil acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system..
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists 75 cents.
Hairs Family Fills are tho best.
Jan. 16. C. A Kendall t- C, B. &
Q Railway company, wj. wj, 23, 18,
C., B. & Q. Railway company to
Moline & Feoria Railway company,
tract by metes and bounds sej, 29, 18,
17. Patterson L. McKinnio to Guy
Leonard McKinnie, o 8 feet lots 1, 2,
S, 1 and 5, McKlnuio's subdiv. of lot
4. block 25, old town of Moline, and
w 21 feet lot .1. block 25, old town of
Moline. $3 000.
George II. Chase to Mary E. Tolles,
wi lot 6. block 6, Wood's second add..
citv of Moline. $ 1.700.
Jacob Bleuer to Home Building &
Loan associatiou, s43i feet lot 10.
block 4, Sinnet's add.. Rock Island,
Jao. 18 Rufus Walker to E. L.
Proseus and C. A. Proseus, lot 5,
Walker's First add., Moline, f 2,600.
Charles J. King to John L. Spauld-
leg, pt e, ne frac 35, 18, lw, ei,
wJ, ne fri and cj, wj, sc,- 35, 18,
lw. f2.200. -, ; - 3
F. P. Mauckcr to William -C.
Maucker, lot 1, block 2. S. H. Velio's
First add.. Rock Island, $ 200.
IX, R I & N. W. Railway com-
f any to Moline Channel Ico company,
ndefinite tract, city of Moline, $560.
Pepsin preparations often fall to re
lieve indigestion because. they can di
gest only albuminous foods. 'There is
one preparation that digests all classes
offco'd, and that is Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. It cures the worst cases of in
pigestion and gives instant relief, for
ft digests what you eat. B. H. Bieber
and liartz & Ullemeyer, . .
Start tie j i Mua ton nan wmiz rjrn
DECK HAND DIES AT STAKE.
LSTCBoilh Uurolng KecaL's Similar Oc
currence at St. Lsols.
j Rock Jtlaud, Jaur IU. Editor An--ivv
Tho recent burning of a negro
at leavenworlh, Kas., reminds me of
a similar event that occurred in St.
Louis in 1835, when I was a resident
of that city.
Ono d:iy when I was on tho loveo
shipping goods I noticed a commotion
on the leveo opposite a New Orleans
sleaniboat thatv was discharging
freight. Au o dicer was arresting a
negro, one of the hands employed on
the boat. He resisted arrest, knock
ing of! the ollicer'a bat aud putting it
on his own bead . The tllker and
others pursued him up the levee,
and seeing bold of bim, told
hicu they wuuld take him to the cala
boose. He said be wonld not go to tbo
calaboose, and drawing a huge knifo,
Ktruok the otlicer iu the abdomon. in.
11 cting a moilal wound. II J theu
lied up O Ive street pursued by, a
crowd, turning south u Fuurib
stfeet As be was pasting near the
court house a deputy sheriiT rushed
out to arrest hiui. He struck the
ofliccr in tho nock, giving him a mor
tal wound. Ha was linaily brought to
bty by a brick bat aud was lodgod iu
the jail back of tho court house.
This occurred just before duk
when "large crowds of people were
pasting the court house on their way
to taeir homes, and (hoy saw tbo
brave oftizer lying on the sidewalk.
Soon after 6 o'clock 1 hetrd tho cry
along the streets "to the jill!1' to the
Tho crowd took the ccjro out and
in less than 15 minutes he was ti roily
bound with a chain to a scrub oak and
shavings and fence rails wcro brought
by negro boys aud heaped around
him. The scene was on a line of
what Is now Seventh street on a slop
ing hillside. He was at tho foot of
the slope, the crowd occupying tho
hillside. As soon as tho llauies
leaped around him, in a loud e'ear
voico be commenced singing his death
Mr. Maservey, a young man from
Boston, said "shoot him!" "shoot
him!" But a strong cry went up
from the crowd -buru him!" ' buru
him.'" Tbo 11 a tries were lirm and
strong, and the agony of the negro
was soon over.
Quick punishment followed the
commission of the crime. Not over
two hours pasted. The provocation
was very great. Both tbe ouiccrs
were rcsiected citizens. I knew the
deputy' sheriff well. He was the
brother-in-law of mv old time friend.
TOaut a I'nblle Park.
The recent communication iu Tue
Argus of S. W McMaster, sug.
gesting tho purchase of a aite for
a public park in the east pirt
of town, has aroused a great deal
of interest among the residents of that
section, and there is likelihood of some
united action in the near future. Tbe
people of the east end rightly feel that
they are entitled to public ground
such as are provided iu the west and
central parts of tbe' city.
"A Day ana m Mr lit "
Hoyt's "A Day and a Night" is
said by" in any to be his brightest and
best comedy, and it is claimed tbat
this season's company is by far the
best ever engaged in its production.
There Is a distinctly original idea in
the unravelling of the story of a sup
posed country bumpkin's introduc
tion into the gay life of Niw York
City.. Briefly told, "Marble Heart,'"
an inexperienced young man, visits
New York in search of vocalists f ir
his church choir in a New Jersey vil
lage. He falls in with a theatrical
nmnager aud his Blaff, through tho
machinations of bis father, and they
iu turn set a party of young comic
opera singers to initiating tbo young
man into the gay life of the metropo
lis. He enters Into 'heir scheme witb
iiitle hesitancy, and comes out a full
Hedged sport. Ic is said the costum
ing is elaborate, the music bright and
up to date, the girls pretty and the
specialties of a novel character and
interesting to all. "A Day and a
Night" comes to Harper'a theatre to
15c to 20c Fancy
and Plain- .
at 2:29 '
At 10 oVlock
Monday, J 6
50c yard, at
I Turkey Feather
day at 2
o'clock , '
Kdoiatlim la Porta Kleo. ,
Ttc expense or ruaintaicinK scliaols In I'ortu
Rico Is very high, if we consider tbe amour t
spent for the small Dumber or pupils enrolled;
but as tbat country is gradually brought In
closer touch wttb our own,' thir syscem wDl
evidently te changed, until it reaches our
present state of perfection. In this eountry
the people ard beinr educated to the fact
that there is a sure cur for dyspepsia, led i
testion, constipation, liver and k dney trou
bles, and that medicine UUostetter's Stomach
Bitters. It should be taken at the very first
symptom, it you would avoid unnecessary suf
fering. It will slve prompt relief and event
ually cure, a? hundreds of people, including
mtny prominent pUyiicians. Jiave testified
during the past ufty years.
Bhenmatlsna Cared In a Iay. :
. Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days.. Its action upon the' system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
avenue, Rock Island; Gustavo Schle-
el & Son, 220 West Second street,
avenport. ' -
Administrator's Kotlee. ;
Estate ot Joba llau&cb, deceased. -
The undersigned navmg ocen appointed ad
nlnlstrator of tbe estate uf Jot n Haunch, late
of tbe county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he will ap
pear before the county court ot Kock
Island county, at the county court room. In the
eity ot Rock Island, at tbe April term, on
the erst Monday In April next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, (or
the purpose of having the same adjusted.
AU persona Indebted to said estate are re
Qaested to stake immediate payment to the
Date this 10th day Of January, A. D. 1SC1..
tiaoaca VV, Mc Jaskbim, Administrator.
Tuesday at 9
o cloek, 600
yards Jc to
Best Light Shirt
ing Prints ,
. 3 o'clock, large
U Fancy Sateen
Satin Baby Ribbon
Wednesday at 2
. hold Ammonia
12 ouart wood
hi 36 inch 10c Dress
-vv to $l.2r.
for this sale.
Stand or Hand
day and Wed
nesday at 3 -o'elock,
Cambric, a yd
5EC0ND AND LAST. WEEK OF THE
Next week we begin stock taking. We have still thousands of dollars' too much stock. The big" crowds and
large sales of the first week have, inspired greater efforts on our part. ,
. ' . r-f We cut prices deeper, more vigorously than ever for the last week. Come every day don't miss any of the
liargaius we. are constantly putting to the front. . . ,
LINENS, TOWELS, ETC.
Still sharper cuts for the second clear
ing sale week.
400 yards heavy rot ton crashes, at 2
o'clock Monday, yd.. 2C
At 3 o'clock Tuesday and Wednesday
each day 10 dozen large, linen hnek
towels, at just half price, each . . . 9c
Nine pieces full bleached table damask,
remarkable values, to be closed out at,
a yard ; 46c
6 handsome patterns of Scotch bleached
table damask, bought to sell for 95c,
will be closed out this week at. a
About 85 dozens of all linen napkins, in
half dozens, remnants, etc., cut deep
to clone quickly ft. 18. $1.10, 97c. 73c,
66c, 47c aud 35c for the half dozens.
Second Week of the Greatest
27 turkey red tabic cloths, fringed, 1 7-S
39 Tky covers, 2 yards square... 69c
67 Tky covers, 2 1-2 yards 75c
36 cardinal fringed cloths, 2 yards
square, at 72c
38 cardinal fringed cloths, 2 1-2
Above cloths are friuged all arouud
on four sides and are just about half
price to close quick.
Pre-Inventory Clearing Sale
UNDERWEAR CUT DEEP.
For quick clearance.
Men's $1.25 fine scarlet wool shirts and
drawers, to close 75c
Men's gray and tan, fine wool shirts
and drawers, half price at 50c
Men's Union Suits.
Fine fitting and . .comfortable, half
price, at $1.25
Ladies' $1 and 1.25 Union Suits. -
Cashmere plaited, very special, while
they last ..... ... .-82c
Ladies-fine cashmere plaited vests and
pants, 75c to 00c value 59c
Boys' Bibbed Fleeced Drawers.
Value 25c, to close them quick, per
CURTAINS AND CURTAIN
300 yards beautiful Cretonnes, Denims,
fancy sateens, etc., just tbe thing for
box coverings, comforters, etc., values
15c to 20c, all go at, yd 9c
At 10 o'clock Monday morning and un
til sold. 600 yards best 12 l-2c silko
lines, clear them out at, a yd .... 5 c
$2.00 Derby curtaius, take them quick
at, a nair -98c
600 pairs Nottingham lace curtains,
commencing Monday at 9 o'clock and
until- sold, choice at HALF PRICE.
- Some slightly soiled, mostly perfect,
fresh goods, exceptional opportunity,
choice at just
ONE HALF PBICE.
Second Week Pre-Inventory Clearing
Right now Is the time to buy blan
kets. All kinds of blankets priced at
and below the cost of manufacture.
10- 4 cotton and wool mixed blankets.
to close, a pair 7". ..SI. 48
11- 4 White Wisconsin blankets, to c lose,
a pair -$1.68
11-4 all wool filled gray blankets, to
close, a pair- $2.25
11-4 all pure wool North Star blankets,
value $4.50, to close '. -$2.98
11-4 all pure wool North Star blankets.
value $5.50. to close $3.98
11-4 handsome plaid blankets, nolt
fleece, pure wool, to close ... $4.90
Large California pure wool blankets, a
$10.00 value, to close $5.90
Horse blankets, burlap covered, heavy
lined, $1 value 69c
Reinforced Stable blankets, value $2, to
Square blankets, full size, to.
Better qualities all greatly reduced.
Up to $6 Wool Waists, $2.98.
Fine corded French flannel.-new tinsel
elects, etc., only $2.98
$12 Suits. At $5.O0.
Only 16 left, grey, brown, black and
navy, splendid values for . . . $5.00
Up to $2 Wrappers 95c'
Up to 1.25 Wrappers 63c.
Excellent garments, but they must go
before Feb. 1.
. Children's Long Cloaks 94c.
Braid or fur trimmed, while they
Up to 10 Muffs, 2.98.
We divide all muffs into two lots to
sell them all before Feb. 1. .
Up to $4.75 muffs, go for .,....$1.98
Up to $10 muffs, will be '. $2.98
At 2 O'clock Monday and Tuesday.
$2 to $3.50 fancy eiderdown dressing
sacques, each $I.OO
Monday and 'Tuesday at 3:30 o'clock, 20
good winter jackets, worth $5.00 to
$6.50, at, each.. $I.OO
Just zo each nay.
Tuesday morniug at 10 o'clock, cake
plates, rich decorations and gold, one
to a customer, each 'IOC
Beginning Monday at 3 p. m. and until
sold, engraved gas globes, worth up
to 35c, cboice of styles, at, each... 1 5c
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, 9-inch
solid back scrub brushes 2c apiece,
Beginning at 2 o'clock Wednesday, -inch
asbestos stove mats, a cent
2nd .Week Pre-Inventory Clearing
Final Sweeping Reductions.
Handsome designs and reliable quali
ties in small lots of dress fabrics will
be sold at a fraction of their cost.
50-inch pebble cheviots
value $1.50 a yard.
48-inch fancy herringbone
cheviots, value $1.25 a yard.
45-inch handsome matalasse
cloth, value $1 a yd.
Also many lines of black suitings,
worth from $1.00 to $2.00 a yard.
600 Yards Plain Serges,'
Almost all colors, nice dress wai.sts.
value 68c. a yard 39e
Additions made to some lots advertised
last week will continue to be sold this
week, while they last, commencing
Monday at 9 o clock.
35c Fine Worsted Plaids,
almost given away, at, per yd . . . IOc
1.25 to 2 Fine Black Crepons
To be sold at 50c. a most extraordinary
offering, fine mohair crepons, worth
to $2.00, at, a yard 50c
50c to 75c Handsome Suitings,
In vigereaux, cassimere checks. tailor
stripes, neat, small checks for shirt
waists, etc., 30 pieces for this week at
2oc a yard, 25c a yard 25c
Hundreds of Bemnants.
Made during last week's dress goods
selling will be sold, while they last, at
just HALF PRICE
CHAIRS AND ROCKERS.
Small lots to close at once.
Dining Boom Chairs.
High backs, carved rounds and spindles
on sale Monday, 6 only to a customer,
take them while they last 58C
With arms, polish finish, leather seats,
worth $3.00 to $4.00, will close them
out at $2.48
Handsome li ign grader-hairs -of -poliBhrd
oak. Monday Tuesday and Wednes
day if they last 6 only to a custom
er, $l.o0 quality, price to close. . -98c
CARPETS, RUGS AND MATTING.
Last call! Twenty, thirty and forty
per cent reduction.
Wilton velvets and axministers, $1.00
to $1.20 quality 68c
Extra Brussel, 75c quality 58c
Best extra supers, 70c quality d7o
Mattings, 22c, 24c, 28c and 30c- quality
carper, i-aper mis weeK, yara c
All carpets bought this week will be
. made up for. a yard c
Misses' ribbed wool hose, assorted sizes,
price has been 15c to 22c pair,' all
Infant's 20c black cashmere ribbed
hose ...... , 2c
Boys' 25c rough rider hose, sizes 7 to
10, to close 17c
At 2 p, m. Mon
day and Tues
day, $2 to $3.50
Gilt Cold Meat
quick: at half
40 at. each
this week, a
Large 4 ounce
Monday at 2
week will be
made up for,
rors, 6 1-2x8
worth to 50r
out at j
Monday at 10
Wash, a bottle
ers 12ic ,
At 4 o'ciock
Tuesday at 2 I
Raub's Famous I
Soap, a box-
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
The Burlington will have on sale
January 1st and 15th, and February
5th and 19th, home seekers excursion
tickets at ono fare plus two dollars
(2) for the round trip to various
points in tho north, south and west.
The C, B. & Q Railroad company
will have on sale Feb. 18 and 19 tick
ets to St. Paul and return at one fare.
Good going date of sale, good return
ing not later than Feb. 25. account
annual convention National Creamery
U utter Makers' association. r
Bit Wire Saved Him. "
My wife's pood advlco saved my
life writes F. M. Koss. of Wiutield.
Tcnn., for I had such a bad cough I
could hardly breathe, I steadily grew
worse under doctor's treatment, but
my wifofurged mo to uso pr. King's
New iXscovery for consumption,
which completely cured me." Conchs.
colds, .bronchitis, la grippe, pneu
monia. ' asthma, hay fever and all
sforlioa rt fhicf 1 ri f"n t. witifl Innrro
era TnoH.Vwlv hnmri h th mnrvpl-
ous medicine. 50 cents and 1. Every
bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles tree
at Ilartz & Ullemeyer 's drug store.
Tor Infant and. Children, v
Til Kini 03 m khzp Bssgh?
Ready for You op Your
Give us an opportunity to prove
tbe merits of our HARD AND
SOFT COAL and HABD WOOD,
and we will do the rest. .
E. B. McKOWN.
Phone 1198, Fifteenth street and
, First Avenn.
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Oar Kleetrte Machine tor
the treatment of Nervoua
ao4 X-Bay work.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
jr.: : '-r
DR. t. XL WALSH,
formerly of Chicago, e.-Surfreon-ln-Cblef
Estate of Sarah Baker, deceased.
Tbe underalgmea tiavtng oeen appointed ad
ministrator, wi t the wlil annexed, of tbe estate
of Sarab Baker, late of tbe county of iObok Is
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice tbat he wUl appear before
tbe county court of Rock Island county, at
tbe county court room. In tbe city of- Kock Isl
and, at tbe M.rob term on the first Mon
day la March next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
AU persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated tiais 20th day of December, A. D.. 1900.
Uknrt Lk Bake it.
Administrator, with the will annexed.
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