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THE ABGUS, THUHSDAY, MAY 9, 1901.
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND t
Faoido Railway Tlokeu
WU U U ( V uasaav-i - . r.
cheeked aR-L& P.Twentletl
rlreet aepot, or u., n. a- o x-
Thlrty-nra street, yraafc H- Plomacr, Agent
Donver Lia-Itod &Oics.!it...
rv Voriii, DenTer AK- O..
Ontlit and tea Moinea
Omibt & La nc ola Ex
Des Idolses Omaha
Denver, Lincoln & Ontt.
Dm Molnea Express
Hook Island ft Bureau AO..
8. Paul & Minneapolis.....
Denser, rv Worth A X C.
t i 10 an., 3:
t t-0b am tlO
a M am 6:
t 8:04 am
tU Oft are.
4 a SO cm
S i am
iKutM City, St Joe & Dnrr
XKooa island s w asmngton
Chicago Des Molnea...
Book Island ABrcoilyn AO
tomaha Rock island
iChloago. Jt Davenport..
t 7:00 pa
.... . i .m. ..... . I n Aiftrint Ken
Dauy except Saturday. Ail others daily. Ta
-s-n . a d att.W AV-nnol
tie to street.
ti. J, YOUNG,
1 1. sa t a. XBRiya
fit I Springfield Peoria
Quincy via Ualesburg
Chicago via Mendota and
Peon, tvo-.rda.own, Bur
Mtoo,. Denver ant
St. L. Kas Cltv, Denver
and Pacific Coast fia
Sterling and Points inter
Tut Mollne. Suburban.
S t. L, . Denver and weal . .
Clinton and Dubuque
Clinton. Dubuque, La
Crowe. St Paul. Minn.
& West and N. W
Oailv. DaUj exceptSunday.
"JHICAGO. HILWAUKXB A
ST. PACL railway D,
i R. L & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventenib
street. Georse W. Wood,
aeent. The trains for Du
buaae and points north run
rfa Illinois fide of river. Trains for Kreenort
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clia
toa and Savanna
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
C . t tot
1 1 jou , t
It 2:15 pmlt
TKAIHS. ) LSAVS. AKKI VS
Dubuque and St. Pauli
Haener 7:-"ft am 11:4) am
Aecommodation 10:15 am. 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul
Pasuenirer : pra- 0:15 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 ami B:I5 prn
free port Kxprea 4:M pm1 11:40 am
AU trains dally except Sunday.
TYOOK ISLAND PKOKIA
"Hallway Depot V.r ave
cue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson. General Pasaen-
frer Agent. I'ahaeng-er trains
eave C, R. I. A P. (Mo
llne avenue) depot five (6)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Uoff. Agvat.
taAIMS. LSAVS. ABHITl
bpr'gileld, Clnoliu.aU, Peo
ria, ete '10:20 pm
Paona, Springfield, St. L
la, ete " On air 6:J3 pm
Peoria Express 7:ii pm
Peoria, Springfield, Cincin
nati 1:45 pm 11:16 am
Cable Accommodation..... 7:00 am
Sherrard Acoom. 15 am 4:S5 pn
Cable M Sberrard Aecom..! 1:10 px 2:20 pa
Cable A Sfaerrard Acoom. . ! -S. atr
Trains marked dall; all other trains.. all j
F1R3T CLA5S PULLMAN SLEEPERS
. DAILY BETWEEN..
TRI-CIT1ES and SAN FRANCISCO
All the Best Scenery of the ROCKY
MOUNTAINS and SIERRA NEVADA by
Daylight la botb directions. ,
Dl.NINQ CAR SERVICE THROUGH.
BUFFET LIBRARY CARS.
For full Inforwjstlon, reservations and Itin
erary "Chlcairo to California" call en or
address Ticket Azent. C. R. I. P. Ry..
Davenport. Iowa, Rock Island or Mollne, III.
GtCZ2t is OUT Did you ever think what an impor
tant things oil is in this world? It is the oil in paint that prevents
decay of woodwork. It is the oil the bootblack puts on yourj
shoes that preserves the leather. It is
oil that keeps iron and steel from rust
injf. It is oil that makes machinery
run easily and smoothly.
But i(ie greatest oil of all i Omega
Oil, the popular green-colored lini
ment that everybody is talking about.
It keeps the human body from decaying
and getting rusty. It soft
ens, relaxes, soothes
preserves the flesh, of old
people. It lubricates stiff
joints, and makes them
work easily and smoothly.
'And the little Swiss green
herb in Omega Oil is the
imost amazing thing for
stopping pains and aches
that ever grew out of Old
i Mother Earth. If you have
'a place on your body that
t hurts, you are mighty fool
ish if you don't rub that place
with Omega Oil, and get
cured right away. It is
good for everything a lini
ment ought to be
Tell your druggist yw
mnt have Omrga
ami nrrthtnr eUe.
will Rive it to you or get
it (or you. The Omega
Chemical Co., 157 Broad
way, New York, will mail
you s bottle, prepaid .any
where in the L'oited States
inr 50c. in rah, monry 5
7Aur rx xNtn
J J t A
The stock in Luctce's Imports
is a blend of different South
American grown leal recently
introduced to the markets of
this country, though part of
which has long been used in
Spain, France and Germany.
Experiment by Lucke & Co.
revealed the remarkable ef
fect of this blend. It gives
the smoker a superb etfect,
distinctly surpassing anything
but the very choicest and cost
liest Vuelta Abajos Havana in flavor.
Ask your dealer ta get a box for you.
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I LOVE'S OLD DREAM. ?
By GRANT AIXEN.
Alias Lavlnia and XiLss Louisa-uat at
tea, on the Iatu lu fmut of tjiecottage.
To wLoDi, thus engaged, while the
maid fruiu the oriibaiiage LaDded rouud
tLo buttered tea take, enter a tramp
"I'm Mr. Tunks," be said cheerfully.
'Mr. Arrow8inItb, he sent me to you
with his love. I've a letter for you."
And lie produced It from the depths of
his trousers pocket. It read:
The liearer of thiss a gentleman named Tunka.
Lis a friend of mine, an he will tell you ball
a boot it you obedient aerrant,
( KlCHARD ASBOWaMlTB.
A cross after the uauic led to a well
founded suspicion that Mr. Arrow
smith Mas Indebted for the handicraft
of . this epistle to the services of au
Miss Lavlnia looked up. "Well?"
Rhe said interrogatively.
Mr. Tunks pulled himself together
for the arduous task of articulate
speech. He faucled himself as an ora
tor. "Well," he said solemnly, beginning
his tale, "Arrowsmitu, he was enam
ored of a woman. It was like this:
Ilim an me was in the infirmary."
"Workhouse '!" Miss Lavlnia inquired
laconically, for she knew the dialect.
Mr. Tunks nodded. "Horsham," he
added slowly. "We was both of us
down with this "ere blessed Influenzer."
(I generalize his epithet.) "An Arrow
smith, he was enamored of a woman."
(When a man of Mr. Tunks' class feels
he has got hold of a highly appropriate
and delicate word, he doesn't let It go
agaiu till he has had a good day's work
out of it.) "An the woman was in the
workhouse, too female side Infirma
ry. An the doctor, he ordered Arrow
Kiuith porter. He didn't order none for
the rest of us. not lcin as bad as him,
but Just a pint a day for Arrowsmith.
Ilowsomever, Arrowsmith, he didn't
drink his through bein that enamored
of the woman I spoke of, but sent It
round to her by a inmate as helped the
"That was touching," Miss Lavlnia
replied, for indeed she had a great
heart, had Miss Lavlnia, and could
sympathize even with ragged old Ar
rowsmith and his workhouse inamo
rata. "An he wanted me to write to her
clandestine," Mr. Tunks wont on, ad
venturing yet another of his company
words with obvious gusto. "He want
ed me to write her, not kuowln how
hisself au havln got a inmate to write
this letter to you. Hut. of course, I
couldn't be a party to uothio clan
destine." And Mr. TuukV bosom swell
ed with conscious virtue.
"That was a pity," Miss Iivinla re
marked once more, shaking as a wom
an, not as a parish councilor.
Mr. Tuuks looked surprised. He had
not expected this from a maiden lady.
"Au in time." he went on. "the master
found out he wasn't drinkin his porter
accordln to orders, but sendin it clan
destine to this woman he was enamor
ed of. So the master up au gave him
a jacket in."
HELP FOR WOMEN
WHO ARC ALWAYS TlItEI.
" I do not feel very xvell, I am so
tired all the time. I do not know what
ia the matter with me."
You hear these words every day; as
often as you meet your friends just 00
often are these words repeated. Moro
than likely you speak the same signifi
cant words yourself, and no doubt you
do feel far from well mott of the time.
Mrs. Ella Kice, of Chelsea, Wis.,
whose portrait we publish, writes that
she suffered for two years with bearing-down
pains, headache, backache,
and had all kinds of miserable feelings,
all of which was caused by falling and
inflammation of the womb, and after
doctoring with physicians and numer
ous medicines she was entirely cured by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
If you are troubled with pains,
fainting spells, depression of spirits,
reluctance to go anywhere, headache,
backache, and always tired, please re
member that there is an absolute
remedy which will relieve you of your
Buffering as it did Mrs. liice. Proof
is monumental that Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound is the
greatest medicine for suffering women.
.No other medicine has made the cures
that it has, and no other woman has
helped so many women by direct advice
as has Mrs. I'inkham ; her experience
is greater than that of any living per
son. If you are sick, write and get
her advice ; her address la Lynn, Mass,
Fstate of Charles P. Ryder. Jr . deosaaed.
ran aoderalirtied bavin" oeea appointed ad
minlftrator of the estate of Charles P Rider.
Jr. late of the county of Rocs island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notion that
be will appear before the county oourtof Rocs
Island county, at the county court room, in
ton city or Rock j aiana. at the July term. 00
the first Monday in July next, at which time
ail persons having- claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend, tor the
purpose of having- the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated th tn day or May. A. H. li.
Juu.n C. U. Kkad. Administrator.
Mas. Ella Rica
"A what?" Miss Lavinla inquired, at
fault for a moment.
"A Jacketln ." Mr. Tunks responded
"Had words with him, mum. In the
manner of speak I u. An Arrowsmith,
he never was oue to sit down quiet to
a jacketin. bein that higb spirited. We
calls him the Village 'Ampden on the
road. So he up an arsts the master for
Lis clothes, he did."
"For bis clothes?" Miss Louisa In
terrupted, not following the narrative.
"Yes, mum for his clothes. You see.
In a workhouse things Is always done
reg'Iar and respectable. When a in
mate wants to leave, the reg'Iar course
is he arsts for his clothes, an it, takes
1.'4 hours for the formalities to be com
pleted. An Arrowsmith arstin for his
clothes, the woman he was enamored
of arsts for her clothes, too, an out
they goes together, permlscuouslike, as
It would seem, but really through bis
writln to her clandestine to warn her,
An Arrowsmith, he'd never cashed
them orders jou sent to him through
bein so much enamored an keepin it
all for her."
"You recollect. Lavinla," Miss Lou
lsa interposed, "we sent him two post
al orders last winter for a couple of
shillings each to buy himself tobacco
when he was in Maidstone Union."
Mr. Tunks nodded. "That's it," he
ouswered sagaciously. "An now comes
the trouble. He never cashed 'em,
through beiu enamored of the woman,
So out he au she went an goes, of
course, together to the public 'ouse.
Au there, drinkin away the money you
was kind enough to send him. Arrow
smith an the woman gets to words at
l:.st an speaks 'Igh to one another an
lias It out au lights in the end, through
bein in liquor. An the woman hits
Arrowsmith on the 'cad with a pewter
an theu ruus away an Arrowsmith
after her. Au a p'liceniau in plain
clothes, be sees 'em an follows 'em. An
they runs right on as far as Soutbwa-
ter church an straight into the church
yard. An there Arrowsmith catches
her an hits her a blow, an the wo
man she falls down crossways upou a
tombstone au hurts her spine. Au
back she goes to hospital. Au the
p'liceman cops him. An Arrowsmith,
Le's now in Lewes Jail awaitin his
trial. An he's sent me to arst if you'll
allow him a trifle."
Thus cuded love's old dream. It was
but a sordid comedy. Yet Miss La
vlnia, village councilor though she
might be, was poorer that night by 5
He Got tlie Business.
"There are tricks even in our trado,"
said the old life insuram-e man. "About
ten years ago a couple of respectable
old parlies, man and wife, came to
town with SIixUXnj or so that they
wanted to put into an annuity. They
had neither chick nor child, kith nor
kin. and they wanted to liuish their
lives in us much case and luxury as
could be bought. So they made the
rounds of the life insurance companies,
getting their annuity figurts and bad
all the actuaries in town making cal
dilations In the case.
"The head mathematician of the
Blank Dash company was a little bet
tcr than a mere ligurer. He happened
to hear what town the old parties came
from, and be suddenly remembered
that he bad an old friend, a doctor,
who lived there, whom be hadn't seen
for years. He invited the medicine
man down at ouce, took him out and
showed him a real good, decent time.
Then be edged around to the annuity
hunters, and, lo and behold, the doctor
was their family physician! Without
appearing to pump him, the actuary
learned enough about the old couple to
enable him to make a most glittering
inducement to the pair, and they
bought their annuity of bis concern
They were both dead Inside of two
years. I forgot Just how much the
company netted. I think It had paid
ut about one-tenth of what the old
folks had paid in. The company was
a gainer, and there were no losers ex
cept the other companies as a result of
the actuary's shrewd move." New
"Spellbinders n Ways.
"Spellbinding" Is the happy name
given to the platform speaking which
plays such an Important part in every
campaign. The national chairman de
termines who shall be the stars in this
dciutrtinent. An ex-president is most
in demaud, a speaker or an ex-speaker
comes next as a rule, and senators and
representatives are invited to speak in
the order of their usefulness. One
speech by an ex-president Is worth half
a dozen efforts by other men, though
they may be more logical and eloquent,
The candidate himself, when an ora
tor, will draw greater crowds than any
lody else, but if be Is wise be will let
the national committee arrange bis itln
crary and schedule. Headquarters are
always overrun with volunteers for the
stump; the star, or man with a repu
tation, waits to be invited or urged.
Most of the lesser men are laborers for
Lire, but others are ambitious to make
a reputation as a stepping stone to po
litical office, and some are intensely In
earnest and eager to be useful to their
The national committee settles for
the expenses of spellbinders, unless
they insist ou paying their own way,
which is unusuaL Some of the great
orators receive handsome sums for
their services and travel in state.
Appeals to the reason of thinking
people. The world is weary of sub
stitution, therefore see that yon get
Rocky Mountain Tea made by the
Madison Medicine company. 35 cents.
T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
J COUKTl TEMPtB
I ; Transfers.
I Franziska Fabian to Emma Gould,
psrt lot 3, block 2, old town of Mo
llne, f 1,-'UU.
J C. Huntoon to Nels Anderson,
60.28 acres, 17. IS, 17, le, f I.
John Moore to Carl Sif, tract by
metes and bounds, nej, 5, 17, lw,
John Moore to August Saf. tract by
metes and bounds, nej. 5. 17, lw,
Hugh . Curtis to Kilmer & Blake s
ley, tract In nw 2, 17. 2w, 1.C00.
"May 7 - Henry Cartis to Kiward H.
Gayer, sub lot 8, in lot 31, Le Claire's
William Coyle to Moline Buildioe,
Saving & Loan association, lot 2,
block 3. Candee Grove Moline, $1.
Henry Miller to V. H. Corbin, lota
10. 11, 12, 13. 19, 20 and 21, block 2,
Carbon Cliff. $600.
Hugh K. Walker to William Ker
ler, lot 4., block, Dick's add , Sjuth
Hock Island, f 1.700.
Gust i to Matthew Farmer, lot 17,
block 170. Emt Moline, $800.
Ross W. Gould to Hannah C. Teter
on, lots 1 to 10 inclusive, block 5,
Uosalyn, South Moline, $1,380.
Koss V. Gould to G. Leander Peter
son, outlots 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5, Rosslyn,
South Moline. $750.
Ross W. Gould to G. Leander Teter
son. lots 1 to 12, block 1, and lots 1
to 6, block 4, Rosslyn, South Moline,
Ross W. Gould to G. Leander Peter
son, lots 13 to 23. block 1, Rosslyn,
South Moline, $2 200.
John Moore to John Arvid Peter
son, tract by metes and bounds, Mo
Janette McMaster et al to Janette
Putnam, lot S. Llock 3, McMastcv's
add.. Rock Island, $1.
Joseph D.-Oukleaf, Attorney.
State of Illinois, '
Rock Island County, Is3
In the Circuit Court, In chancery:
Hannah liulos, complainant, va June MeCowo,
Alice beckman, Rebecca Lammel, Anna
belle Fritz. John Smith, LouNa Mays. Albert
t-mitb. Margaret Wolfe, unknown- heirs and
devi eesoi Ihiniel A. fcmlth. decease1: Mary
Hicks. Alice lrice. A. K. i anion, William
Roberts, Henry Roberts. Mason Roberts, un
known heirs and devisees of Catherine Gar
riott,deueased;unknowL heirs and dev sees of
Abigail Hams, deceased: Barbara Penning
ton, unknown beira and devisees of Lucy A.
H tseocl:, aeueitsed: Darius McKenzie, un
known heirs and devisee of I'hoebe Mc
Ken.ie. Deceased: Augustus Clirrlott, John
H Felock, Ida Hlunkenbaker. Addie Heile
Tracer. Nolle Gresbam, Glcnda Gresham,
Ebabinda Heeler, Rebecca I.eiubioa, James
b. Nance and Ancie 13. Johnson, defend
ant. Partition, general ro 4737.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered in the above
entitled cause, on the fifth day of
Apitl, A. D. lbOI, I shall, on Saturday, the
eleventh day of Ma V. A. D., 1901,
at the hour of two o'clock In the after
noon, at the Evt door of the Court
House, in the City of Rock Island. In
said county of Rock Island, us directed by
said decree, sell at public auction to the high
est and best bidder for cash In band on the
t.ay of sale those certain parcels of land
situate In the County of Kock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Tee Sou-h si. 19 acres of the South West
Quarter (') 01 thj North Vnsk tjuarter (') of
Section tso. Thirteen (l.s In Township So.
Seventeen (IT) North Rant'cNo. On l) West
of the 4th P. M., and known and deMgnated as
tract No 3 on plat attached to said report of
commissioners In this cause: Also the West
44 -I u;res of the East Half ") of the North
West vuarter () of aid section No. Thir
teen (13). known as tract No. four on plat at
tached to repcrt of commissioners in said
also beginning at a stone set In the South
west corner of the South East Quarter (l) of
the South West Quarter ( ) of bectlon No.
t welve 12) In said Township No. Seventeen,
'hence run North on the West line of said
South Cast Quarter of the South West Quar
ter('t)5.S chains thence run East parallel
with the South line of said South East Quar
ter (!) or the south west Quarter (') 4
chains, thence run South parallel with the
West line of said South East Quarter (') of
the SiMith West Qjaricr '4) 5 -n chains to the
S-outb line of said South East Quarter (') of
the South West Quarter ('). thence run
West along the South line of said South Eint
Quarter C4). of the Mouth West Quarter (!)
of said section No. Twelve 4 chains, to
the place of beginning, containing 2 1-10 acres
and known as tract No. f on plat attached to
report of commissioners in this cause.
Dated at Rook Island Illinois, this 8th day
Of April. A D. li0l.
Joseph II. Oaki.eat. Complainant's Solicitor.
Elwix E. Parmsntsr,
Master In Chancery, Rock Island County. III.
Half Rates to
And Return Via
Big Four Route
Oa Account of Sunday Schzol
Association of Illinois.
MAY 2Sth AND 30th, iqoi.
Round trip tickets to lilooming
ton will be on sale on May 27th
and 28th, from all "Big Four"
Points in Illinois at rate of one
fare for the round trip (except
no rate less than 25 cents.)
Tickets Good for Return Until
May 31th, 1901
For full information as to rates,
tickets, etc., call on Agents "Big
Four" Route, or address the un
dersigned. Warren J. Lynch, W, P. Deppc
Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt. Asst. G. P.
0; T. A. Cincinatti, O.
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