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THS AiretJS. WEDNESjAt. 3IAT 1, 1901.
AT A IS IS Cup
A Constitutional Affection, I -
Sprays, -washes, powders, salves,
tobacco and cigarettes, howevef long' and persistently
used, do not cure Catarrh. They relieve temporarily
he inflammation in the throat and nose, and enable
you to breathe more easily and freely, but the con-
the irritation and ultimately produces
the glands, when the breath becomes
onensive ana tne sou uones or tne nose are
destroyed. "- The catarrhal inflammation
the entire surface of the mucous membrane, or inner skin ; the stomach, kidneys
and lungs are often involved ; the whole system soon becomes affected by the rapid
absorption of poisonous matter into the blood, and the disease that you had hoped
to cure with simple local remedies, assumes a dangerous form.
I had Catarrh about 15 years, and
triad durttig- the time everything- I could
hear of, but nothing- did zne any rood.
JLt laat I came to tha conclusion that
Catarrh mnit be a blood disease, and
decided to give S. S. S. a trial. X co'&ld
m9 s little improvement from the first
bottle, and continued it three or four
months, or until I was cured. . Have
not taken, anything- for mix. years, and
am just as well as I ever was. IS. MAT
SON, Lapeer, Mich.
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inherited, and only a blood medicine, such as S. S. S., can remove the hereditary
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to them, and the offensive discharges from the nose, and the terrible headache and
neuralgic pains cease. Chronic cases of the Most desperate character and apparent
ly hopeless, have been cured completely and permanently bv the use of S. S. S.
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ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Mad only by Madlaon MadU
tin Co.. Madfcoa. Wla. ft
keep you well. Oar tr4
nark cut m each package
Price, 33 cents, fravor cU
In balk. Accart no caWa
ntiiH wa. Atm "mu crac
T. H. Thomas, sola agent.
ulceration of l'$'.?,t t?-
frequently iv ITi i
extends over s-r
I had Catarrh ao bad was entirely
deaf in one ear, and all the inside
of my nose and part of the bone
sloughed off. The physicians gave
me up as incurable. I determined to
try S. S. S., and began to improve at
once. It seemed to get at the seat of
the disease, and after a few weeks'
treatment I was entirely cured, and
for more than seven years have had
no sign of the disease. MRS. JOSE.
PHINE POT.TTTT.T., 2ue West, S. C.
based on known laws of cause and
It's Quality that Counts
In Coal it's quality that makes heat, It's
quiillty that retains It. it s quality that
makcH possible consumption of 90 per
cent of the combustible part of It. leav
ing alight, clean ash: lastly, it's quality
that lKsen your fuel bills you re not
paying for dirt, refuse or unburoablcs.
The coal we handle both hitrd and soft
deserves all the eood things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will talk
as loudly aa a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
Subscribe for Thx Asa us
STARTLED THE CAM j
A PRANK THAT ENLIVENED A SNOW
BOUND MINING TOWN.
4Th rtrinrrrrllon of m Supposed
Dead J.awyer Was n Mutaal Sur
prise to the CouiniDiilt) null to the
Victim or the Trickster.
"Life in a mining camp when it la
snow bound," said a prominent mining
man of Chicago the other day, "is a
dreary time, and men w ill do anything
for the sake cf a little aniuscmelit.
The Ptory lam going to tell you actual
ly did occur, and at that timo we ail
welcomed the joke as a godsend and
made a hero of its perpetrator.
The winter of iS'Xi rested an appall
ingly heavy hand on the Cu?ur tl'Alcue.
Buried many feet deep under a mass "of
fleecy snow, the country lay prostrate.
So Intense was the cold and so heavy
the weigbt of tlie suow that it was pos
sible to work none but t lie richest
claims. Ingress to and ejrrcss from
that bountifully rich territory was a
feat that none but the hardiest man
flared essay, for it was an even chance
that death from exposure might be the
lot of the one who attempted if.
"Wallace nt this time was a thriving,
busy, prosperous town where the arti
ficial excitement of a mining boom ev
erywhere betrayed Itself. The shutting
dowu of many of the mines hail left a
large number of men living In Wallace
with nothing to do. Time hung heav
ily on'tlieir hands, and nothing was of
too small importance to attract Interest
provided it held out the hope of killing
a few hours of the dreary time of wait
ing. "Just at this period tlie most promi
nent young lawyer of the town fell ill.
There wasn't Anything particular the
matter with him except a heavy cold
and impending fever; but. being some
what of a hypochondriac, he at once
believed himself to be In n dangerous
condition. He promptly took himself
to his bed iu the rear of his office, de
nied himself to nil but two or three of
his intimate friends, installed a nurse
to look after his wants and promptly
gave himself over to that luxury of be
lieving himself to be really ill which Is
so dear to the hypochondriac's heart.
"The three men who were his friends
and who were admitted to bis apart
ment took advantage of the conditions
surrounding him to perpetrate a prac
tical joke that has since become fa
mous in the northwest. They gave out
the news that the lawyer, one Jack
Greene, had died, and as his mourning
friends they received the camp, which
called iu a body to express its regret.
"In the meantime Greene, in the next
room, heard nothing, the visitors being
naturally quiet in the presence of
death. One of .his friends went to the
State of Illinois.
Rous Island County, t
In the circuit court, to the May term A.D
l'.KU. in chancery,
s. V. Pierce, complainant, vs. K E. Dougher-
ty. Joseph K. W'-.iiera, John Hausoo, Gus
tawa Uanson. J. M Uuy, the unknown heirs
or devisees of J. M Day, deceased: Eli.bclh
Moody, the unknown heirs or devisees of
i'lizabeth Moody, deceased: Klmus Moodv.
the unknown heirs or devisees of Klmus
Moody, deceased; T. Sawyer. J. F. Sawver.
Kitztbeth H. Jenney, Caroline Reed. Marcus
I. Westlace, the unknown heirs or devisees
.of Marcus L Westlake. deceased: Jane M.
Westlake. I'eet Nettleton. me unknown
heirs or devisees of Feet Nettleton de
ceased: Chi ist N. Dauielsoa, Andrews Hoff
man, the unknown heirs or devisees of An
dreas Hoffman, deceased: And re in Huns n,
the unknown heirs or devisees of Andreas
Hansoo. deceased; Ueurv fcchaefer. the
unknown heirs or devisees of HeDry
fcchaefer, deceased: James Thome the
unkn wn heirs or devisees of James
Thome, deceased: Martha Thorne. James
Quinn, G. a. ('. Dow, John H. Uilmore. John
Koch. Gottlieb Koch, the unknown heirs
ordevisees of Gottlieb Koch, deceased: Iht
unknown heirs ordevisees of Jacob Koch,
deceased: the unknown heirs or devisees of
Zeochard Koch, Sr.. deceased: Hannah Kin
ler. Adam HtU, the unknown heirsor devisees
of Adam Hill, deceased: James O. Mossman,
the unknown heirs or tlevUees of James G
M osxinan, deceased: Maruaret Mofxmao, John
Marvin, thw unknown heirs ordevisees of
said John Marvin, deceased; Henry Haunt.
Doris Haupt, Annie Hauot. WUbelm
Haupt. Klla Haupt, the unknown heirs
or devisees of Henry Haunt, deceased
John Ready, the unknown bcirs or de
vlsees of John Ready, deceased; Antonie
Sherer. Anton Ecberer. Haroline Scherer
the unknown heirs or devisees of Antonie
Jsherer, deceased: Mary K. rower, Joel it
Parker, Lucy Castleman, Hen T. Cabin
Samuel A. Lynde. Ian P. White. Cornelius
K Lynde Leonard Koch. Charles M. Osborn,
Daniel N. Heal, the unknown bei.-s or de
visees of said Daniel N. Heal, deceased: Rob
ert Wright, the unknown owner or owners
of the southwest quarter of the north west
quarter of section number s'xleen (H. and
the outh one-balf of the northeast quarter
of section number seventeen (17). and tha
southeast quarter of the northwest quarter
of the northeast quarter of m section sev
enteen (I?) and that part of the nonbesst
quarter of the northeast quarter of said sec
tion seventeen (IT) lying south of Dead
sloutrh. and that part of the northeast quar
ter or the southeast quarter or said section
(eventeen i). iviuk' east or itocit river
slouch, all in townstlp seventeen (IT), nortn
of range number two ("- west of the fourth
principal meridian, mostly located on liitr
Island, In the county of Rock Inland and
state of lliiols. or any part thereof, de-
fendantH.Bili to quiet title.
To. the above named oon-resldct defend
ants: Affidavit of vour non-residence bavins
been tiled la the office of the clerk of said cir
cuit court, notice is hereby Kiven to you, and
to racb of you. that the above named com
plainant bas tiled in sai4 court his bill of com
plaint against you on tbn chancer v side of said
court, that a summons in chancer has been
Issued in said cause agsin't you, returnable to
toe next aiay term or saia court, to be begun
and ho-den at the court boue in the citv of
Rock Island in said county and state, beginning-
on the llrst Monday in Mav. A. IX VMl. at
which time and place you will appear and
piead. answer or demur to said bill at nom
plaint If you see tit.
uatea at Rock i&iand, Illinois, this 6tb day
UI April, A. U.,1WI1.
Geouuc W. Gamble.
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Bwecnst & W'alkib, Complainant's So
(rt tikln Troablf i Wbn
Everything Klu llu Failed.
Try It on an obstinate cai of
Tetter. Ervslpelas. r-v.einB, Pim
ples, I'lcers, Kind Worm. Blotches
or any Skin Disease. Ask your
druggist for It- By rrintlijOc. a box.
HetakeirsBoap, for the skin, 25c
I0HNST0N. HOLLOW AY A CO..
631 Commerca Street, Philadelphia.
"Ywur Ointment is the best I ever
used for the skin. If your soap is as
rood. I wan it." Hstlie Ha tile,
local iiudertakfcr and. Informing him
tliat Jack was "dead; purchased n cof
Cn. Alleging the hard vUuter and con
sequent hard'tiuics. he beat tlie under
taker down one-half in his price. The
undertaker, however, pot even by sup
plying a plain pine box pointed a deep
black. This was placed ill lack s othci
and iu the dead.of uiglit lumber care
fully weighted to the. weight of
Greene's body was packed inside It by
the three coiisnhators. u lie lid was
then screwed down, and the followiu
day John Greene, followed ly the en
tire popuiation of the town of Wallace
Ida., was laid away iu the 'cold, cold
"About ten days later J:v?k. having
entirely recovered his pristine health
appeared uoou the street. To say that
his advent created. ft sensation fs to put
it mildly. Three or four superstitious
miners, thinking it was his 'ha'nt.
straightway took to their callus on the
hillside and to prayer aii'I fasting,
The only woman in tlie caniii had a fit
of hysterics and fainted lad away
Greene, however, stopped lib geueral
panic that his appearance vas precip
itating by stepping iiuo flip Crystal
Talace saloon and there nbsjrhing his
four liugers of 'red eye' in n'perfectly
uaturul and earthlike manuei.
"It was hard to tell wiietliei the town
of Wallace or Jack Greene; was the
more astouished by the explanations
that there ensued. At length, when
those present ha 1 bciome Convinced
beyond cavil or doubt t lint it Mas
Greene iu tlie flesh and not Greene in
the spirit although by tliii time it
must be confessed that spirit in great
plenty was in Greene they' scut for
Ihe three conspirators. :
" 'What did you do It for'.! was the
question addressed in blunt uid biinple
terms to the ringleader, f
"Well. Ill tell you.' lili see we
wanted to run Jack for a tiwn office
and wo thought in this way we could
get n line on how he $tooJ with the
community. Rut ami bore ie slapped
a. wad of newspaper clippjigs down
on the bar in front of the iistouished
and aggrieved Greene, '.iackyou won't
do. Just read those obituaries and see
what the people think :of rou. Why,
after such a send off a that we
wouldn't dare to run vki f;r the office
of picking fleas off a vollotv dog that
was locked up on th towi farm.' "
There Is no law to
prevent a woman
from planting herself!
iu frnt of a mil
liner's show window
and wishing she
had a bank account of her own
Chicago (iraia al Troduco.
Cliii.aso. Aiuil 30.
Following were the! qiuilat ions on the
aru or trade: I
7.S t v
lSc per 1; extra d
'ry. lie: pac-Kins
stock, l.'iic. Kgss-4
rcfh stock, 1214c
per do. Live Po
a. try Springs anrt
hens, fftStv.c: Jucka 10e: turkfys. lrt
So; fre'se, $5.OOft7.O0 er doz. Apples
tmnion to choice, M.."0'fTi4.2r per bbl
Cranberries Cape Cod. IS.OOfi.'J.OO per
l.hl; bfll and buclf. ?Sj.(;0(fi S.25. Pota-
ties Hurbanks. ofifillc: peerlf ss. 34(fi'
y:tc: Heiron, u5&C9c: mixed. 31ft36c;
rcxe. ::!.'& 41c. Sweet Potatoes Illinois,
J1.50?2.25 per bh!.
Chicago Live stock.
Hors Kstimated reciipts for the t'ay,
21.000; sales rangad at $4.40'&'5.40 for
pigs. $5.55rfi)3.82Vj for ligit, $5.35'rj5.70 for
rough packins;. $5.60'!i3.87,,i for mixed
and $5.75(175.90 for heavy packing ami
shippinp lut, with the bulk of the sales
at $5.75(&-5.00. !
Cattlo Kstimated reieipts for th
day, u.500; limitations ranged at i-IOIt)
ti.10 choice to xtra strers, $..20iiT5.6."i
good to choice do.. $4.135.20 fair to
eood do.. $4.20fi4.75 common to medium
do.. $::.90(B)4.oO butchers'! steers. Sl.lMp
5.65 fed western steers. $3.i0i4.9O strx-k-ers
and feeders, M.75fff'4.J0 cows, $2.60
4.75 heifers. $2.5flfr)4.50 bills and oxen,
J3.75(a4.50 5tag3. SI.OOTio.LO Texas steers,
and S3.50Si5.25 veal calves.
Sheep and Lan-.lus Estimated receipts
for the day. 11.000; quotations ranged
at $3. 7 5-5. 00 western?. : $3.003.00 na
tives. $1.25rif5.25 wester lambs, anil
$4.00S?3.25 native lambs. :
East KufTaln Live Stack. '
Kast Buffalo. X. Y., April SO.
Dunninsr & Stevens, Lire Stock Com
mission Merchants, East Buffalo, N. Y.,
quote as follows: Cattle No pale; feel
ing steady: veals lower. J3.00Sf5.U5; fan
cy, $5.50. Hogs Receipts. 10 cars; mar
ket steady; Yorkrs. $5.50(33.95; piss,
$5.15?y'5.80: mixed. $5.9f 6.00; heavy,
$5.95(56.00; roufths. $5.?5.50; stap?,
$4.0O('(f4.50. Sheep and Limbfi On sal
20 cars: all holdovers; 110 very good
h-re: market dull: top clipped lambs,
$4.90fr3.C0; olhers, $2.30Sf 4.75; several
leads wool Colorado lambs sold late
yesterday, $5.no: few handy. $5.30:
ehcep. clipped. $2.fOff4.23; wethers and
SU Louis Grain.
St. Loui. April 30.
Wheat Closing stroiis: No. 2 cash el
evator, 74'&c: track. 74'i75'ic: May,
74'.c; July. 74'ic; No. 2 hard. 73'io.
Corn No. 2 cash, 44e; track. 44 Vic;
May. 44c: July. 44c. tiats Hiftlwr;
No. 2 cash. 2SHc; track, 23c; May, 2SVic;
July. 2c; No. 2 white, LOc. Rye Low
or: 54 '.c.
..-.- Milwaukee Grain.
Milwaukee, April 1.
Wheat Ivcr: No. 1 northern. 71',3
??75e; No. 2 northern. 72'tt7;;,20. Hye
Firm; No. 1. 54'fc. Bariey Dull: No.
.7(Sf58c; san:ile, 4(lfi7-n3c. Oata
steady; No. 2 white, ::iS29'sC. '
Hay Timothy, 112 II 4; pralrlo, ISCH
Straw Coal 13 aer too.
Butter Choice to fair, 18o; fresh orcamcrr.
H ens - so per pound.
Spring Chickens 80 per pound.
Caul Butchers pay for com fed steers.
SV4cf64c; cows and neirers, ?i4caic; calves
Spring Ijiimbs .'.503ll a bead.
It's all in
BffST? f. C. WETMORE TOBACCO CO., St. Louis. Mo. '.W.sr
1901 HAY 1901
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Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois. I ....
Rock Island County, V
initio circuit court, to tne way term, nun.
To the unknown heirs of I'cler Rosenthal
deceased, atii Martha Ulabeib osciuhul,
Sophie aieiu vs Frank v. RiocbUnEer. exec
utor and trustee under toe w ill t I t'cter ko
senlhal, deceased. VTanz A. lettkti. Kranz
A. Foettkin, trustee to use of Immaculate
Conception 1$ V. M (soiuennies called tt.
Mary's Ca'ho,ic churohl of Koclc Island,
111.: Hcnjumin F. l?ocbi'nge. Mary M.
Ittochlinser the Krancisean Sisters of the
Order of SU Franci or the lrrniatu
late Concct t!on. a corpraiion: Krunelioal
Lutheran Vmma'-uel coi!,'restion. a cjr
puration: Charles Kos;nvaal. the unknown
heirs of l?et-r Kosenthal deceased: the un
known heirs of Martha i'lizabeth ItOMjr.lhal,
affidavit that vour name are unknown acd
that upon due and diligent imjuirv von caiu.ot
be found, having been Hied in the clerk's oilice
of the circuit court of said county, notice is
hereby given to the said unknown heirs of le
ter Rosenthal, deceased, and Martha Uiza
beth Kosenthal, deceased, dcferdanis. that
the complainant tiled her bill of complaint in
said court, on the chancery side thereof, on
the fri.xtb day of April. IVOl, arid that tfcereupon
a summons issued out of aid court, wherein
said suit is now pendinn, returnab'e on the
first Monday in the month of May next as is by
Now, unless you. the said unknown ueirj or
defendants above named, shall personally lc
and apoear before said circuit court, on the
Hist day of the next term thereof, to be hold
en at Rock Island, in and for the said couuty,
on the first Monday in May next, and pleud.
answer or deur to the said compla'nant s
bill of complains, the same and the matters
ana things tterein chartred an.l stated will ce
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
itsalnst you uejoroinir to the prayer of said
bill. (Jioiton W Camiilk Circuit Clerk.
Kock Island. Ill . April tub. r.ttl.
Luuoi.cu & KYKous Complainant's Solicl-
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County.
In tne Circuit court of Laid County, to the
Mar term. A. U IWII.
Home Huildini; and Loan association, of Kock
Island, a corporation, s. may Andrews,
Cieorite A. Andrews. Alice Sayre, Charles
A. Sayre. Jane iriftm acd leortre (J. Crillln.
In Chancery. Kill to foreclose.
Affidavit of noo-resldenee ot Alice Sayre
and Charles A Sy re. defendants above canned,
having been filed in theoine.e of ' the clerk ot
said circuit court of Kock Islard eounty, no
tice Is hereby irlvcn to the said Alice fcare
and Charles A. Sayre. that the complainant
tiled its bill of complaint in said court, o.i
the chancery side thereof, on the Mh day of
April, A. !.. litil. and that a summons
thereupon Issued out of said court against
sa'd defendants May Andrews. Ueorne A Au-
drews, Alice Sayre, Charles A. tsyre. Jane
OrlQIo and Ucorite ti. ;rtllin. returnable on tbc
6th day of May oext.iyi'l, us is by law itijuired
xsow, unless you. the said Alice sayre
and Charles A Savresball octsonally be and an
pear before the said circuit court, on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be holden In
Kock Island, in said county, on the ith day of
May, l'.Kil, and plead, answer or demur to Die
6aid complainant's bill of complaint, tlie
same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated, will be taken as confessed
and a decree entered ai-ainst you according
to me prayer or saia mil
OEORUE W. ti A MULE. Clroutt Clerk
Jackhin & Hurst, Complainant's Solicitors
Kock Island, 111., April ft, 1J01.
tho Hest Two Wiro Tiros.
Kelley, Springfield and Star Brand.
Good Morgan & Wriaht tires on your
wheels. -W ize for UK. size for tM,
1 inch slz-. for Office IS8. Miichell
& Lynde block. Work done at shop of
the Wilson Moline Kuggy Co.
KOCK ISLAND liUBBER WHEEL
. '"f'-'lr- -'i
Is au old adage we often hear, and nil
roads do not lead to good health, but
a great many do. When an invalid
reads over the advertisements in the
papers he is at a loss w hich "road to
health' to start on. A subject of so
great importance should be carefully
considered. No system of treating
diseases will cure all cases, Lut it is
wise to select the one that makes the
greatest percent of cures in the short
est lensrth of time. Some svstenis of
treating are painful and embirrass
ing. If the same results may ba ob
tained by a painless system, that
would surely be prefcrrable. The op
crating table should bo considered
only as a last resort, but if your tu
One Week's Treatment Free.
CONSULT IK. J. ALVIN HOUNE, SUITE 19. 50, 51, 53, 51, 55, MITCHELL
& LYNDE IU'ILDIM;.
eauty is Uppermost,
Is the work of the Kock Island Steam
Laundry. By modern methods and care
ful and skilled help their laundry work
is the best that is turned out in this vicin
ity. Their services Is prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUEIiSfr ELD A SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 1293.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Hook Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the
MOHIT LOARID ON PZKSON&I, COLLITKBAL OB EBAL ESTATX SlCUKlTT.
J. M. Buford, President
John CrubauKb, Viae Prayldant.
1. Ureenawait, Caabler.
Btgu the Instneaa July Z, 1K0, and OOOupylng
. K. eorncroiHiHiiiau
& Lyutle'b aaw buiioin.
It sells on
mor, abcess or cancer can be cured
wittout the knife, that system is
worth investigating. If your lungs
arc seriously allccted and all the sys
tems of treating you have tested have
not cured you, you are advised to
"change climate" the "sure road to
health in lung trouble," they Buy.
But if you have read of a system of
treating that claims to euro lung
trouble without you leaviog your
home'and business, it is wise to in
vestigate these statements; find if
they are true or false. If you have
been accustomed for years to taking
a nightly doso of medicine for consti
pation, and you have read of a system
of treating that cures constipation
permanently and without medicine,
you should loso no time finding out if
that's true. If you have paralysis
and believe your case hopeless by all
the systems of treating that you have
tried and you have read that it is
curable, painlessly and permanently,
go today and lind out if there is any
truth in this statement. If your kid
neys are weak and painful, or if you
are alllicttd with diabetes, here is a
system that claims to cure it. If you
have neuralgia, rheumatism, goitre
or any disease that has not reached
the incurable stage, I ask you to in
vestigate Natural Healing. It ia na
ture's own remedy. It will cure
when all other systems fail. It will
cure in less time. It will cure per
manently. It will cure painlessly.
Natural healing is the cheapest,
ijtiicke.st, safest, best, surest road to
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. B. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hunt,
J. U. Buford,
8oUeuoraJckson ul Born.