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THE AUGrTJS. WEDNESDAY. ArRIL 24, 190T.
YUE TBAVELEBS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO, ROOK ISLAND
Paoido Railway Tickets
ean be purchased or bagcaes
hnkii( B.1R.I.A P. Twentieth
treet depot, or C, R. L A p
denot. corner Flflu avenue and
xririy-arsiatrevi. iiu a. i jiuuwh
Duvr Limited ftOmtbt...
Ft. Worth, Denver AK.C.
Ooaba and De Moines
'Jmtlii & Minneapolis
Oman a A Lincoln Lx
Dm Moines A Omaha
Denver, Lincoln & Umibt.
Uea Moines Kxpreas
Rook Island Bureau Ac.
St. Paul A Minneapolis. ....
Denver, Kt- Worth K C.
(Rook Island A Washington
t 1:10 am
t 5: m
t b:60 am
t 8:09 am
I 4:30 pm
t g:ip am
t 8:M are
t 9:06 pm
t 2:15 pm
t 6:30 am
t 8:f5 ps
iiin&Ki) uei Moines
J f.bo pa
booklalaod AHrooklvn Ae 6:36 pot 7:40 aas
r'.nnaha at Hoc, island... . o:oa pmi
osajo, at iiavenporw.... t ' y
fDUy exeept Saturday,
jDaUy. except Sun
Ail others daily. Te
TtURLINGTON ROUTE u
-iJ. A Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second Avenue and Twen
at. 1. YOTJNO,
I LSAVB. AB3IVS
t L. Sorlngneld. Peoria
Vuincy via Galesburg
CliicMo via Mendota and
-.aonii tteardstown, tfur
' "oo, Denver and
St. I Kas. Citv, Denver
and Paciac Coast via
Sterling and Points inter
mediate....... . i
Fast Moline. suburban. . .
St. L, Denver and west.
Clinton, Injo'iuue, La
i:rc, St Paul. Minn.
A West and N. W
7: IS pm
Telephone 11 so.
'aily. Daily except Sunday.
ST. PACL railway D,
R. I. A. N. W. passenger sta
tion at fool of Sevcnteotb
street. George . Wood,
agent. The tra'ns for Du
bunne and no i qui north run
via Illinois side or river. Trains for Freeport
ml Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clin
toa and Savanrja
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
) I.SAV. AHHIVB
Dubuque and St. Paul
Dubuque and St. Paul
Milwaukee Kx press
All r.aiijs daily except Sunday.
OCK ISLAND PRORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. passenger train
eave C R. L ft P. Mo-
Une avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given- K. L. Uoff, Agent.
LSA V S. ABBIVS
Bpr gfleld, Cincinnati, Peo-
la, ete 10:20 pm
fworla, Sprinfleld, Bt. L
Is, ete P:05 am 8:33 pm
Peoria Express 7:36 pm
"eorla, Springfield, Cincin
nati 1:43 pm 11:16 am
Jaole Acoommodatlon..... 7:f am
Scerrard Aecom. W:I5 am 4 5 pa
Cable Sherrard Aeoom.. 3:30 pm 1:20 pa
Oable A Sherrard Acoom.. 8:38 art
Trains marked dally; ail other trains d ail j
State of Illirois. (
Koolt Inland munty.
In the circuit court of said county, to the
May term. A . 1). liioi.
The Home HuildlDK and Loan association, of
Koclc 1 land, a corporation, vs Thomas F.
O Brien. In chancery. UiU to forecl- se.
Affidavit of the non-rcsidence of Thomas P.
O'ilrleu defen lant above named, having been
tiled la tb: oitice of tne clcr of said circuit
court of Hock I-land county, notice Is hereby
Kiven to the 'aid l boms K. o Jirien that the
cornplaloant tiled its bill of complaint in sa d
e.Mirt. on the nnanceiyside thereof, on the
5ih day of April. l'.KJi, ana that a Kummons
thereupon lUtd out of said court against
Bald defendant. Thomas P. O ltrien, retarnaoie
on the sixth (tii.h day of May next, lUOl.asls
by law rojuired.
Now. iniess you, thesaid Thomas P. O'Hrleo
shall personally be and appear b. fore saio cir
cuit court of Ifc c Island county, 03 the first
(lav of the next term thereof, to be holden in
Koch t-land, in ,ad county, ou the finit ("ith
day f Mav. IU0I. and pled. 'ircr or demur
to tbeseid complainant's Billof complaint, the
stme, and the matters and things therein
charged and stated, will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against you, ac
cording to the prayer of said bill.
Gicohce W. GAMBr.B. Clerk.
Jackson & IIckst, Complainant's Solioitors.
Kock island, 11L, April 5, TJ01.
Btate of Illinois, 1..
County of Rock Island. 1
In the Circuit Court To May Term, A. D
Mary W. Billings vs. Robert M. Howard.
Affidavit of non-rpsldence of Robert M. How
ard, defendant above named, having been filed
In the omce of the said circuit court of Rock
Island county, notice Is hereby giv
en to the said non-resident defend
ant that the complainant has tiled
her bill of complaint In said court, on
the chancery side thereof. on the
sza day or December. A. D- 1HI0, and
that a summons thereupon issued out
of said court against said defendant,
returnable rn the first Monday of Janu
ary, a. D l'.DO, as is by law required, and that
afterwards, to-wit, on the 21st day of March.
A. 1. Ii1l, an alias summons issued out of said
court, returnable on the first Monday of May,
A. D. l'jul.asls bylaw required.
Now. therefore, unless you, the said
Robert M. Howard, shall personally he
and appear before the said circuit
court of Rock Island county on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at the court house in the city of Rocs
Island, in said countv. on the tirst Monday
in May, .D. 1 '.!, and plead, answer or de
mur to the said complainant's bill of com
pUint, tb same and the matters and things
therein charged and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a de ree entered against you
according to the prayer of sid bill.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
rby hand and amxed thn seal of said court at
my ortlce In Rock Island this 21st day of
March, A. D. liol.
GroBGS W. Gamble, Clerk.
A da j it Pleasant. Complainant's Solicitor.
SEVEN THROUGH TRAINS
Every Week Day f 1 jm
TRI-CITIES TO CHICAGO
(Six Train en funds) ) via
BEST DINING CAR SERV1CB
PULLIAN 5LEEPER5 ON NIGHT TRAINS
Parlor Car on the Chicago Limited
For reaervetlons. rates, and full Information,
call on or addre. Ticket Agent. Davenport,
la., Kock Island or floline. III.
Charles Bleuer, Sole Leases and Mgr.
I 'hone 431.
ONE NIGH r ONLY, V
Friday, Tpri! 26.
Fpidemlc or fun. You afe Invited to see
James L. McCabe in
r "v. v rv . i-w-
truuv jyfr-'''' 1 i
tCr-VM iAMI ss K wtSOUl- 0613 A UKS
"Maloney's Wedding Day,"
The one real laugl tng show or the sea
son springing an,iatol jolly surprises
for old ami young.
Prices ix: 20c and 30c. Scats on sale
at lilcuer's je elry store.
unsurpassed for fine Linen 3 1
Muslins and delicate Laces.
' Master's Sale.
Joseph D.- Oaklcaf, Attorney.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County, ( oa-
In the Circuit Court, In chancery:
Hannah Hams, complainant, vs Jane MoUowo,
Alice Hecsman, Ketiecca lammel, Anna
belle Friuc John Smith, LouUa Mays. Albert
t-mith. Margaret Wolfe, unknovn heirs and
devi eesof Daniel A. Smith, decease: Mary
Hicks. Alice Price. A. P. Garriott, William
Roberts. Henry Roberts. Mason Roberts, un
known heirs and devisees of Catherine Gar
riott.dcceased:unknowL bcirsand dev sees of
Abigail Hams, deceased: Harbara Penning
ton, unknown heirs and oevUees of Lucy A.
II incock. deceased: Darlui McKen.ie, un
known heirs and devisee of l'hoebc Mc
Ken.ie, oeceased: Autrtixtus Girriott, John
II Peiock. Mi lllankenbaker. Addle Heile
Tracer Moll e Grrtsbaa), oienda Gresbam,
Ksabinda Hec- tcr. Rebe -ca Iinb ch, James
S. Nance acd Antiie H. Johnson, defend
ant. Partition, general rso 4737.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue Of a
decree of said Court, entered in the above
entitled cause. 01 the fifth day of
Apiil. A. I). IU0I. I shall, on Saturday, the
eleventh day of Mav. A. D.. 1901,
at the hour of two o'clock in the after
noon, at the Ev-t door of the Court
House, in the City of Rock Island. In
said county of Rock Island, as directed by
said decree, sell at public auo'ton to the high
est and best bidder for cash In hand oa tbe
cay of sale those certain parcels of land
situate iu tbe County of Kock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Toe Sou b 31.29 acres of the South West
Quarter (') ot thn North West Quarter (!) of
Section io. Thirteen (13) In Township No
Seventeen (17) North Range No On (I) West
of the 4th P. M.. and known and designate d as
tract No 3 on plat attached to said report of
commissioners in t bin cause: Also the West
44 21 anres or tbe Last Half (; r the North
W'es-. Quarter ( or said section No. Thir
teen il-i), known as tract No. four on plat at
tached to report of commissioners in said
A iso beginning at a stone set in the South
west corner of the South Rast Quarter (!) of
tbe South West Quarter ( of Section No.
1 welve iVl) In said Township No. Seventeen,
thence run North 011 the West line of said
South Eat Quarter of tbe South Wett Quar
ter (.'4)5.25 chains thence run East parallel
with tbe South line of said South Ka&t Q tar
ter ') or the South West Quarter () 4
chains, thence tun South parallel with the
West line of said South Kast Quarter ('. of
tbe S juth West Quar cr ( 4) 5 2-S chains to tbe
Gouthltne of said South Kas Quarter Pi) or
the South West Quarter (') thence run
West slongtb South line of sld South East
Quarter C4 ). of the South West Quarter (!)
of said section No. Twelve (12) 4 chains, tj
the place of beginning, containing 2 1-10 acres
aa known as tract No. 5 on plat attached to
report of commissioners In this cause.
Dated at Kock Island Llinois, this 8th day
or April. A D. r.wi.
Jo-Kru II. Oak 1. sac. Complnlnunt'4 Solicitor.
Kl.WIN E. PA HM ENTER,
Master In Chancery, Kock Island County. 111.
Kotlce of Publication Chanoary,
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. I 6-
la tbe circuit court. May term, A. D. 1901.
Edward IT. liowtutn vs. Saah Annette I low
man. Hlancbe K. Little, Andrew W. How
man, Harold Bowman, Nathan Bowman,
Prank Bowman and Guy Bowman, adminis
trator with the will annexed of KiUabeth
Bowman, deceased. In chancery
Affidavit of the non-residence of Blanche E
Little, Andrew W. Bowman. Harold Bowman.
Nathan Bowman and Prank Bowman, defend
ants above named, having been filed In tbe of
fice of the clerk of said circuit court of Kock
Island county, notice Is hereby given to the said
non-resident defcudan's. that the complainant
filed bis bill of complaict In said court on
the chancery side thereof, on the S3d day
of April A. D. 1900, and that a summons
thereupon Issued out of said court, against
(aid defendant, returnable on tbe flrt Mon
day of May A. D. l'.KX), as is by law required
nd an alius summons afterwards, to-wit, on
tbe istb day of March, A. D. 14-11, issued out of
said court, returnable on the first Monday of
May, A. I 1901.
Now, therefore, unless you, the said Blanche
E. Little, Ardrew W. Bowman, Harold Bow
man. Nathan Bowman ami Kraz.k Bow
man. Khali personally be and appear before
tbe said circuit court of Rook Island county, 00
the first day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at the court house in the city of Rock
Island, in said county, on tbe first Monday of
May. A. D. 1901. and p'ead.-answer or demur
to tbe said complainant's bill of complaint,
tbe same and tbe matters and things therein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according to
the prayer of saM bill.
In testimony whereof, I bave hereunto set
my hand and affixed tbe seal of said court, at
my office In Rock Island, this Wlh day of
March, A. D. 1901
Gcobob W. OAHBr.B Clerk
AriAiR Pleasants, Complaicaal's Solicitor.
Man-.h 9, A. IX 19U1.
Panitor ium Steam Dye Works.
The Expert Hat Renovator.
319 Brady street, Davenport.
FINE PRODUCTION OF
"PIRATES OF PENZANCE."
Thursday and Friday evenings. May
2 and 3, at Harper's theatre will be
produced Sullivan's charming opera.
The Pirates of Penzanc9." by the
Bock Island Amateur Ladies1 club,
which has enlisted the services of tbe
best of Rock Island's home talent. A
glance at the names of the cst at
once gives assurance of the excellence
of tbe production:
Mrs. T. Ii Keidy will sinp; the part
or "aiabei;" Mrs. K. it Keynoius,
"Ruth," the piratical maid of all
work; "Edith," Mrs. Thomas Casey;
"Kate," Miss LouUe Case; "Isabel,"
Mrs. Charles McHugh. Tbe ma!e
cast is in equally capable hands: G-
ttawson Wade as tbe "Major General;
Keith Collins as the "Pirate K-ng;"
K. (J. Maul as "Frederic;" Will Col
lins as ' Samuel." and John S. Stow-
rt as the "Sergeant of Police." make
up what is probably the strongest
combination over gotten together
from local musical talent.
Tnu rehearsals bavn been going on
for several months and each part has
been carefully studied and worked
until they are perfect and tbe people
will surely get their money's worth
u witnessing this beautiful and ro
The most important part 01 an
opera is tbe chorus, and managers
wbo were wont to slight tbis portion
of tbe entertainment are becoming
cognizant of tht fact and the most
Muccesbful opera companies are those
bat pay most attention to "tne
hppy, hsppy chorus." And so in
this case. Mr. Wade has made a
special elTort to get the best chorus
possib e and tbe result is a chorus 01
upward of 40 voices, all strong, clear
and resonant, with plenty of snap,
and wbo sing the numbers with en
joyment and intelligence.
Mr. Wade, tbo director 01 tne Ama
teur Ladies' club, has charge of the
production, and although a resident of
Davenport, is very closely identified
with the musical interests of Itock Is.
land. Mrs. Alice Johnson is tbo elli
cieut accompauist, and Petersen's or
chestra has been engaged for the per
Mrs. G. Uiwson Wade will direct the
music from tbe conductor's seat, and
Mr. Wade will have charge of the
A Itaglnc, Koarlng; Flood
Washed down a telegraph line
which Charles C. Ellis, of Lisbon,
Iowa, had to repair. "Standing waist
deep in icy water," he writes, "gave
me a terribie cold ana cougb. it grew 1
worse daily. Finallv the best doctors !
in Oakland. Nsb., Sioux City and
Omaha, said I bad taken consumption
aud could not live. Then I began
using Dr. King's New Discovery and
was wholly cured bvtwo bottles." ros-
Itively guaranteed for coughs, colds
and all throat and lnng troubles by
llartz & Ullemeycr. Price 50 cents and
"I had piles so bad I could get no
rest nor lind a cure until I tried De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. After us
ing it once, I forgot I ever bad any
thing like piles." E. C Boice, Soni-
ers Point, N. Y. Look out for imita
tions. Be sure you ask for DcWitt's.
B. H. Biebcr and Hartz & Ullemejer.
ffotle of PabUcatlon CbmuMry
State of Illinois, t
Rock island County, 1
In the circuit court of said county to the
May term. A. I). I'.0I.
til a Obcrg vs. Martin onere in cnancery.
Aflldavltof tbe non-resiilenceof the said nar-
tlu Oberg. defendant above nnmed, having
been liled in the clerk's oftlee of the circuit
court ot toe said county, noliee is hereby
given to the said Ma 'tin uoerg, non-resident
defendant as aforesaid, that the complainant
riled her bill or complaint in said court, on tne
chaoc-rs side thereof, on the LTth day of
Mrch. A. 1. (901, and that thereupon a sum- i
mons issued out of said court herein said I
suit, is now pending, returnable on tbe 6th day
ot May. A. U 1901. wbiah U the tirst clay of tbo
May term. 1901, of said court, us is by law re
quired mow unless yu, tne saia iviariin uoerg, non
resident defendant, shall personailv be and
apoear before the said circuit court on the
flisl day ot the next tcr n thereof holden at
Rock Island in and for sail county on ihei.th
day of May next, and plead, answer or demur
to the saiu complainant s nui 01 compi&int.
the s me ana the matters anu tblogi therein
charged and stated will oe taken as confessed
an" a decree entered against you according
to the prayt-r or said bill.
(Hi koi w. GAMBr.B. circuit laerk.
Rock Is'and. Hi.. March 27. 1901.
McEnibt & McEniut, Complainant's Solicit
To Visit the
At BUFFALO, May 1 to Nov.
One of the Seven Wonders of tbo World
within an hour's ride from Buffalo.
Thousand Islands, Muskoka Lakes, the Ad-
Irondasks and New England points, are but a
abort and delightful ride by lake or rail.
WEEKLY EXCURSIONS VIA
9o Foot lute
On Tuesdays. Mav 7, 14. SI and 28, rate of
one fare, plus one dollar, round trip, good for
return leaving Buffalo up to mi Anight on fol
Tickets on sale aauv. commencing 1 uetuay.
April 30. at tbe rate of one and one third fare
for round trio. Good 1ft day returning.
On all tbrousb tickets, ei-.her one wav or
rouDd tnp, reading east of Buffalo, privilege of
stopping over for ten days will be granted at
Buffalo, on de poult of ticket with Joint Agent
at that point and payment ot fee of one dol
Call on or write Agents "Big Four" for full
Information, cir ju'ar of the Kxpo.ltioa, etc.
WARREN J. LYNCH. W. P. DEPPE,
Gee. Pass. A TkU AgU Asst. G. P. & T. A.
. Cincinnati, O.
C, S. La Folette, T. r. A. Feoria.
CARPENTERS' WAGE IS
The carpenters and building con
tractors of the city are holding a ser
ies of conferences with a view of ad
justing the scale of wages for the en
suiofir vear. Tbe caipenters demand
30 cents an hour and an eight hour
day. A meeting held last night failed
to icsult in a settlement.
IN LAST SEPULCHRE
SpringlUld, April 24. The leoooval
of the body of Abraham Lincoln into
the reconstructed Lincoln monument
took place late this afternoon. For
about a year tbe body has reposed in
the temporary vault on tne monument
ground, and irom this vault it was
transferred today. No ceremony at
tended the removal.
Divorced at Spring Heltl.
Mrs. Etlie C. Griswold, formerly of
this citv. has been grauted a divorce
from her husband, Herbert M. Gris
wold, at Springfield, on the ground of
infidelity on tbe part of her bnsband,
the corespondent being Laura Willis,
a frervant in the family. Mrs. Gris
wold was given the custody of her
9-ycar-old daughter Nellie. The
couple were married at Rock Island
Oct. 8. 18S7, and lived together uniil
April 22. M. K. Metzgar to Charles
J. Dunn, lot 7 and part lots 6 and l'i,
Michael Hartzell a add , Moane,
Hugo R. Martin to Frank Pawle-
kowskl part sej. 27, 17, lw, $600.
Home iiauaing ana Loan association
to Harry Rtchman, n 50 fect lot 1,
block 68. Chicago, or Lower add..
Rock Island, $2,700.
Emma C. Wells to Fanny Louise
Dailey. o 35 feet, wj. lot 2. block 10,
Wood's -Third add., Moline, f3,500.
April 23 Etta Blackburn et al to
Louis Requa, rndi, e. wl, lot 4.
block 18, old town of Kock Island,
Wllhelmina Childs et al to Lruis E.
Requa. und l-t, ej. wj. lot 4. blo;k
18, old town of Itock island, f-'uo.
Henry Treeson to Georgo E Kenne
dy, n 5 feet lot 3, block 5, Hilt's add,
J. S. Rogers to Matilda Bcatty, tract
by metes and bounds, nwj, nej, 8,17,
Henry Eckberg to Hjtluiar Evsk-
berg, lot 18, block 1, Columbia Park
add., South Moline, $300.
John Donahue to Thomas Donahue,
IS acres, swj, 25, 16, 4w, $1.
Lars P. Larson to William Vantuyl.
lot 3, block 2. Prospect Park, $1,300
William H. Stud to Carl K leaver,
lots 1, 2, 3 and 7, block 13, original
town cf Hampton, $145.
William Jackson to Lawrence Pari
don, lot 1, William Jackson's subiliv.,
assessor's lot 11, sej. 2, 17, lw, $300
John Condo to James Wiese. lots 1
and 2, EJgewatcr 18, lw. $1,900.
Traugott Ricbter to James Feeley,
wj. lot 1, black 1. Ellen S. Webber's
aud . Moline, $112 85.
William J. Bsalo to E H Gayer,
tract my metes and bounds, 33 18,
HIS FIRST RECOGNITION.
The TrtrnlnR Point In th Career f
The first reading of "The Scarlet
Letter" has been told in T. W. His
piuson's book of essays, "Contempo
raries." The reading was piveu to
tin; author's dearest critic, his wife.
During the entire winter when he was
at work upon tho book he seemed op
prepsed by some secret anxiety.
"There was a knot in his forehead
all the time," said Mrs. Hawthorne.
Finally one evening he went to her
find said that lie had written something
which he would Jiko to read aloud.
The work amounted to very little, but
still he would like to read it. All that
evening he read, but as the romance
was unfinished at bedtime his wife
made no comments, knowing that he
disliked critic-ism until one had heard
The next night ho read again, and
now her suspense grew so unendurable
that iu the midst of a moving scene
Fhe sank from her low stool to' the
floor, pressed her hands to her ears
and declared that she could not bear
to hear it.
Hawthorne put down the manuscript
and looked at her in amazement.
"Do you really feel it so much?" he
asked. "Then there must be something
The nxt day the manuscript was de
livered to the publisher, aud on tho
following niorniug Mr. James T. Felds,
the publisher, appeared at the author's
door. When he was admitted, he caught
the little boy of the family in his arms
and asked, "You splendid little fellow,
do you know what a father you have?"
He had sat up all night to read the
manuscript and had posted out to
Salem in the early morning. After his
interview with the publisher Haw
thorne came down stairs with a firm
step and walked about, his face illu
mined by new hope and vigor. Tho
world had found him out. Recognition
was at the door.
Eczema Can Be Cored.
Romick's Eczema Cure and Re
mick's Pepsin Blood Tonic will cure
the most obstinate case. At all drug
gists. Tls Kay to Peel Good
Countless thousands bave fo'und a
blessiog to the body in Dr. King's
New Lite Pills, which positively euro
constipation, sick headache, dizziness,
jmndice, malaria, fever and ague and
all liver and stomach troubles. Purely
vegetable; never gripe or weaken.
Only 25 cents at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Beginning with Monday, April 1,
all passenger business of the C, M.
& St. P. will be done through the
D , R. I. & N. W. depot, at the foot of
Commencing Monday, April 1, the
C, B. & Q ireight train will leave
the now station in Rock Island at
7:45 a. ni. for Clinton, via Davenport
and the D.. R. I. & N. W. railway,
distributing freight for points along
that line, reaching Clinton at 10:50 a.
m. Freight will also be received via
the tame routo for local points on the
C, & N. W. railway at the lowest
current rates affording prompt and
The Burlington routo, C, B. & Q
railroad company, will have on sale
April 2 and 16, home seekers' excur
sion tickets at one first-class fare,
plus $2, for the round trip, to points
south, southwest, west and north
west, good returning within 21 days
from date of sale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced rates, tickets
for Puget Sound points, Colorado,
Pacific Coast and various other points.
A Chicago, Milwankee & St. Paul
freight train departs from tbe D , R.
I. & N. W. freight depot at 4:50 p. m.
daily, except Sunday, and runs via
Davenport and the D , R. I. & N. W.
railway, arriving at Clinton at 8:35
p. m. This train distributes freight
at stations on the line of the D., R I.
& N. W. and also carries freight for
Chicago & Northwestern points, a
prompt delivery being made to that
line at Clinton. Freight for this train
should be delivered at the D , R. 1. &
N. W. depot not later than 3 o'clock.
Job CoalUn't Have Stooil It
If he'd had itching piles. They're
terribly annoying; but Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve wiil cure the worso case of
piles on earth. It has cured thous
ands. For injuries, pains or bodily
eruptions it's the best salve in the
world. Price 25 cents a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by Hartz & Ulle.
3--Days Only 3
Thursday, April 25th
Capt. W. D. AmcnVs
Bis City Show
And Trained Animal Exhibition larger
and better than ever, lorty people.
Four Funny Clowns.
Twenty-five Trained Ponies, Dogs,
Pigs. Mules, Great Aerial Artists,
Acrobats, Wire Walkers, Comedians,
7Vo Performances Daily
Big Street Parade Daily.
2.000 SEATING CAPACITY.
Tents located at Twenty-fourth
Street and Fifth Avenue.
Notice of Publication In Attachment.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island Uounty. t83
Circuit Court of Kock Island County, May
term, A V.. 1901.
Gcruude McDaniel vs. William S. McDanieL
In Attachment. General No. h64
Notice is hereby give-t to the said William
S. McDaniel that a writ of attachment issued
out of the otlice of tlia clem of the circuit
court of Rock lfcluad ounl v, dated the :tn
day of March A. U., 1101, at the suit of the
said Gertrude McDtDiel and itgaiast the es
tate of the said William S. Mcltaniei, for the
sum of ih-ee hundred and thirteen dollars,
directed to the shcrilT of said Kock Island
oounty, which said writ has been returned ex
ecuted. Now, therefore, unless you, the said Wil
liam S. McDaniel. (.hall persona ly be and ap
pear before the said circuit court of Kock In
land county on tbe first day of the next
terra thereof, to be holden at the court
bouse in the city of ltock Lsiand. in suid
countv, on the tirst Monday of May .D .
1 1101, .-lve special bail and plod to the said
plaintiff's action, judgment will be entered
against you. and in favor of tbe said Gertrude
McDaniel, and so luuch of tbe property at
tached as may be suflleient to savisfy tbe said
judgment ana csts will he sold to satisfy the
same. Gb rgb W. Gamik.k. Circuit Clerk.
Wm.d & Olmsted, Plaint ill's Attorneys.
April 1, a. U, 1
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State of Illinois. )
Rock Lsiand County, j
In the circuit court, to the May term A. D.
l'JOl. In chancery.
S. W. P'erce, complainant, v. R K. Dougher
ty. Joseph K. Waters, John Hutuoo, Gns
tawa Hanson. J. M Day, tbe unknown heirs
or devisees of J. M Day, deceased: Kliz&oeth
Moody, the unknown bulrs or devisees of
lizalcth Moody, deceased: Klmm Mood v.
the unknown beirs or devisees of Klruus
Moody, do-eased: T. fc-awver. J. V. Sawver,
Kllz tbeth H. Jenney, Caroline Reed, Ma-cus
1). Westlaae. tbe unknown heirs or devisees
of Marcus D. West lake, deceased: Jane M.
WestlitUe. I'eet Nettlet-on, tne unknown
heirs or devisees of Peet Nettleton de
ceased: Chi ist N. lacielson, Andres Hoff
man, tbe unknown heirs or devisees of An
dreas Hoffman, deceased: Andrea- Hansm,
the unknown heirs or devisees of And re -is
Hanson, deceased; Hetirv tcbaefer. the
unknown heirs or devisees of Henry
Bchaefer, deceased; James Thome the
tmkn wn heirs or devi ees of James
Thorne. deceased: Martha Thorne, James
Quinn, G 4. C jjo , John H. Gilmore. John
Koch. Gottlieb Koch, the unknown heirs
ordevisees of Gottlieb Koch, deceased: the
unknown heirs ordevisees of Jacob Koch,
deceased; the unknown heirs or devisees of
Lieonhard Koch. csr.. deceased: Hannah Klu
ler, Adam Mill, the unknown heirsor deiees
of Adam Hill, deceased; James U. Mossman,
the unknown heirs or devisees of James G
M nssr:ian. deceased: Marparet Mobsman. John
Marvin, thfl unknown heirs ordevisees of
said John Marvin, deceased: Henry HauDt,
Doris Haupt, Ann'e Haupt. Wilnelm
Haupt. Klla Haupt, tbe unknown heirs
or devisees of Henry Haupt, deceased:
John Keady, tbe unknown heirs or de
visees ot John Keady, deceased; Antonio
Sherer. Anton trcherer. Caroline Scherer;
the unknown heirs or devisees of Antonie
bherer, deceased; Mary K- Power, Joel K.
Parker, L-ucy Castleman, Hen T. Cable,
Samuel A. Lyndc. Dan P. White. Cornelius
F L-ynde Leonard Koch. Charles M. Osborn,
Daniel N. Beal. the unknown hei.-s or de
visees of saia Daniel N. ileal, deceased; Rob
ert Wright, the unknown owner or owners
of tbe southwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of section number s'xteea (lti). and
tbe south one-half of tbe northeast ouarter
of section number seventeen (IT), and the
southeast quarter of the north west quarter
of tbe northeast quarter of sild section sev
enteen ( IT) and tbat part of tbe northeast
t,u rter of the northeast quarter of said sec
tion seventeen (IT) lying south of Dead
slouch, and that part of tbe northeast quar
ter of tbe southeast quarter of said section
seventeen (IT), IcinK east ot Kock river
slouch, all in towrstip seventeen (IT), norm
of raniie number two ( west of tbe fourth
Srincipal meridian, mostly located on liin
land, in the county of Rock Island and
state of lliiois. or any part thereof, de
fendants. Kill to quiet title.
To the above named non-resident defend
ants: Allldavit of vour mm residence bavmit
been filed In the ofllce of the clerk of said cir
cuit court, notice is hereby Kiven to you, and
to each of you. that the ubove named com
plainant has riled in saia court bis bill of com
plaint airalnstvou on the chanccrv side of said
court, that a summons in chincerv has been
Issued In satd cause againft you, returnable to
the next May term of sail court, to be begun
and hoiden at the court boue in the citv of
Rock Island in said county and state, begin
ning on tbe tirst Monday in Mav, A. D. li01. at
which time and place you wfl appear and
plead, answer or demur to said bill of com
plaint if you see tit.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this Oth dav
ot April, A. D., 1001.
UEURGS VV. GAMBLE,
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Swkknbt Si Walk aa, Complainant's (solicitors.
Btate of Illinois, lM
Roek Island County. 1
In tbe Circuit Court of said county, to the
May term, a. D . 1901.
Tbe Home Hulldlnar and Loan association of
Kock Island, a corporation, vs. Hattie L-. C
VauKhan and D. Cramer. In chancery. Dill to
Affidavit of the non-residence of Hattie I
C. Vaugban, one of the defendants above
ntmed, havinir been filed In the ofllce of tbe
clerk of said circuit court of Kock Island
county, notice Is bereby given to tbe said
Hattie L, C. Vautroan. that the complainant
bled its bill of complaint in said court, on tbe
chancery side thereof on tbe 5th day of April.
1901. and that a summons thereupon issued out
of said court against said defendants.Hattie L
C. Vaugban acd D. Cramer, returnable on the
sixth (6th) day of May next, IV01, as is by law
Now, unless you, the sa'd Hattie L.. C.
Vaughan and D. Cramer shall personally be
and appear before said circuit court of Rook
Lsiand county, on the tirst day of the next
term thereof, to be holden in Kock Island, la
said county on the sixth (rt-b) day of May,
1U01. and plead answer, or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, tbe same, and
tbe matter and things vne-ein charted and
stated, will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered avainst you, according to the
prayer of said bid,
Gborck W. Gamrlb. Circuit Clerk.
Jackson sHdhst, Complainant's Solicitors.
Kock Island, LU-, April 5, 1W1.
rji mum m
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. 8. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
EC. W. Buret,
f. It. Bufo d,
Solicitors Jackson and Hurst
Notice ot Publication Chaucery.
State of Illinois,
Kock lsiand County,
In the circuit court, 13 the May term, I'.1.
To the unknown heirs of Peter Rosenthal,
deceased, aid Martha fcji.abelb Mosentbal,
Sophie oteitit vs Frank W. BlochUn?er, exec
utor and trustee under the will c f Peter Ro
senthl. deceased, Franz A. Poettklp, Franz
A. Poettkin, trustee to use of Immaculate
Conception D V. M Oioinctiim: called !t.
Mary's Ca-bn'ic church) of Rock Island,
Til.: llenjaniin F. Jiioch'tntrer. Mary M.
DlochiinRt r the Franciscan Sisters of the
Order of St. Franei. of tbe Immacu
late Concct tion. a corp raiion: KanKClical
Lutheran rmma-uri congregation, a cor
poration: C harles Ros;nlhal, the unknown
heirs of I'ettr Kosen lial de-eased: the un
known beirs of MartLa tliLeUi Koaoethal,
. oeceast-d - -
Affidavit that your namc are unknown and
that upon due ami diliirent inquiry 'ou eannot
be found, baving been tiled In the clerk's trlce
of the circuit caurt of said county, notice is
hereby given to the said unknown heirs of Pete-
Rosenthal, deceased, and Martha Kli.a
beth hosenthal, deceased, defendants, that
the complainant tiled her bill of complaint in
said court, on tbe chancery side thereof, on
tbe sixth day of April. lsmi, and that ttereupin
a summons issued out of said court, wherein
said suit is now pending, returnab e on the
tirst Mondav in the month of May next as Is by
Now, unless you. the said unknown heiriof
defendants above named, shall personally bo
and appear before said circuit court, on the
Brst dav of the next term thereof, to be hold
en a'. Itock Island, in and for the said countv,
on tbe ii'st Monday in May next, and plead,
answer or demur to the said complainant's
bill cf complaint, the same and tho mattes
and things therein charirfd and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a docree entered
acainst you accorSing to the prayer of said
bill. GicuiOB W Gamklk Circuit Clerk.
Itock Island, ill . April nth, 1101.
Ludoi.I'H &. KKTNoi.us, Complainant's Solici
tors. Chancery Notice.
State of H'inois, i
Kock Island County, t
In the circuit court of said county, to the
May term A D , luut.
The Home Huildiog and Toan association of
Kock lsiand, a corporation, vs. Mary Jano
Murray und William id. Murray. Iu chan
cery. Hill f foreclose.
Affidavit of th non-retidenre of Mary Jano
Murray and William H. Mur-ay, defendants
above named, having been tiled in the ortlce rf
the clerk of said circuit court of Kock Island
rountv, notice is bcrebv t-'ivsn to thn said
Mary Jane Murray and Willi tn H. Mutray th.il
tbe complainant tiled its bill of complaint in
said court, on the chancery side thereof, on
the -th day of December 1S00, and that a
summons thereupon issued out of said court
against said defendants and returnable on tbe
tirst Monday of Januarv. A. D. ltil, as is by
law required, and that afteru ard to-wit: t.n
the Ist day of April A. D, 111. an alias sum
mons thereupon issued out of said court
agalcst said defendants. Mary June Murray and
William H. Murray, returnable on the llrst
Monday of May next. i:l.
Now unless you. the said Mary Jane Murray
and William H. Murray sall personallv be and
appear before said circuitcourt of Kock It-land
county on the first day of the nxt term there
of, to be holden In Kock island, in said county,
on tbe first Monday of May, KOI. and plead.
answer or demur to the said complainant s ti't
of complaint, the same, and tbe matters arid
things therein charged and stated, w ill be
taken a confessed, and a decree entered
against you. sccordicg to the prayer of said
bill. GBoiiiiK W. gamri.c. Circuit Clerk
Jackson & Httbst. Complainant's Solicitors.
Rock Island, III, April S, ivol-
State of Illinois. ).
Rock Island County. 1
In tne Circuit court of said County, to the
May term. A. D ivfl.
Home liuildiog and Ioan association, of Rock
Island, a corporation, s. iay Andrews.
George a. Andrews. Alice Sayre. Charles
A. Sayre. Jane Griffin and George G. Griffin.
In Chancery. Hill to foreclose.
Affidavit ot con-residence of Alice Sayre
and Charles A Sy re. defendants above named,
having been filed In tbeofficnof tbe clerk of
said circuit court of Kock Islatd county, no
tice Is hereby given to the said Alice Havre
and Charles A Savre. that tbe complainant
Bled its bill of complaint in said court, on
tbe chancer v side thereof, on the 5lb dy of
April, A. D., 1001, and that a summons
thereupon issued out of said court against
said defendants May Andrews, George A An
drews, Alice Sayre. Charles A. Sayre, Jane
Griffin and George i Griffin, returnable on tbe
6th day of May next. 1901. as Is by law required.
Now, unless you, the said Alice Sayre
and Charles A Sayre shall personally be and ap
pear before tbe said circuit court, on the tirst
day of tbe next term thereof, to be bolden in
Rock Island, in said county, on tbe 6th day of
Mav, 1901, and plead, answer or demur to tbe
said complainant's bill of complaint, tbe
same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated, will be taken as confessed
and a decree entered against you aocording
to the praver of said bill.
GEORGK W. GAMBLE. Circuit Clerk
Jackhon & Hurst, Complainant's Solicitors.
Kock Island, 111., A pril b, 1901.