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THE "AUGTUS. FJJlDAY MAY 31. 1001.
THE MOST DESTRUCTIVE OF
ALL HUMAN DISEASES.
The poison ejected from the fangs" of the rattle-
-i a i it r
irnajce is not more sureiy uu uuw
the blood, destroys the tissues and bones
a canker sore into the llesa.
This horrible disease appears first in the form of a little sore or blister ; soon
the glands begin to swell, pimples break out on the body, the mouth and throat
become sore, making it painful to eat or swallow ; dreadful ulcers appear on the
tongue, copper colored splotches and other characteristic signs of Blood roUon
come as the disease progresses, and the destructive virus takes deeper hold upon the
system. The medical men are as sorely perplexed over the character of this blood
poison as ever ; they tell you to take mercury and potash alternately for three years,
but the stomach of no human being can stand this treatment long ; besides, they do
not cure the disease permanently, as thousands who have tried it know.
42 C C ... .V. tat
X contracted Blood Poison two years ego this fall,
and was persuaded to try a medicine widely adver
tised by a remedy company in Cbicaro. I was re
quired to pay a large, amount in advance, and can
truthfully say that I vu wore wben the treatment
was left off than when I bog-an. Reddish pimples
would break out and fill with yellowish matter ; copper-colored
splotches ot all sixes would appear on my
body ; my throat wes so sore I could scarcely swallow,
and my mouth, and to n true were seldom frea from
ulcers : tonsils were swollen, and my hair was coming-
out rapidly. This was my condition when I began
your 8. 8. S. I have need twenty-two bottles, and
asm feeling splendid. Every sore on my body has
healed, and my appetite rood. JAKE MARTUT.
S. S. S. is tot a new medicine ; for nearly 50 years it has been known and used
for this dreadful disease. It has brought new life and hope to thousands all over
this land ; it will cure you as it has others. Send for our free book on home
treatment and write our physicians about your case. We will help you if you will
let us : we make no charge for advice, and all correspondence is conducted in
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SOLD LOCALLY UY P. S. WILCHER, II. A. SUYTHE AND
O. S. SMITH.
Rock Island Savings Bank
R.oo!b Island. HI.
Ltuajrzn vtw Pxksostax COLLaTXKAX Os &kal Estatk SKCuam
. M- Hniora. fresiaert.
John Crubauvh. Vice Presides.
P Qreenawalt. Cashier.
the iino July t, l"3u, end pylag
K omer MlMiheU
Lyndea - ---
ffieauty Is Uppermost.
r - tor work ol the Rock Islauo Steam
Laundry By modern methods and care
ful and skilled help their laundry work
! the best that is turned out in thi3 vicin
itv. Their services is prompt and patrons
r- rr-atrvi with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
HATJEESPELD fc SEXTOS. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 129S.
JTotlee of FubUeatloav Cnaneery
State of ni;aris, 1
Rook Island County, (
In the circuit court of said county to the
September term. A. IX laOl.
1 he Koek Iland Mutual Huildloir Load end
Saviors wwjcUUon ri. Rosett fcbey. damuel
M. fcuey, Laura M. Wilson. Anns bbeelcr,
llannah C. Oswald, end WUiitm C. Oswald.
- Oldavitnf non-rrsulencn of Hannb C. Os
wald and Willi un C. Onweld Impleaded with
the above dcfendaoM Roactta Kbey, Samuel
M. Ehey. laura K. WlUon and Anna SbeeUy.
balDg been bled In tbe clerk's oHce of tbe
cTCuit court of tbe said county, notice is
the re ror hereby Kiven to tbe said non-reuld-cnt
defendant! that 1 tbe eoroplaloant
tiled in bill of oomnlalot In aald court, on tbe
cbanocry hide thereof, on the -d day of
AbrU, A- U. 1901, and that tberauron s sum
tooDH tsued out of said court herein ald
sul Unow pendini;. returnable on tbe rlrst
Monday In tbe momn of slay next, as is by law
Now aniens ysu. tb said non-resident defen
daats lor dhM, Haons i3, CJnwald and Wil
liam C. Oswald. Khali personally be and
apoear before the said circuit court on the
Sist day of the next ter thereof to be bold en
a( Koek Island In and for aail county on tbe
third Monday in September next, and plead,
aciwer or demur to the said complainant s
bill of complaint, tbe me end tbe
matte and thing- therein ensured and
stated will dc taken as confemed.
made decree entered against you according
to the prayer or sa!d bliL ,
Osoacs W. (jAMm.e. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Ts'aad, Ui.. May I -4. imi.
K. li. CicTsit, Complainant's Solicitor.
Tho Litdrary Era
A Monthly Reporting of tbe Field ol
Literature, with the choice from oyer -
2250 Standard Library BooXs
By Prominent Author
(Handsomely printed and bound)
For the price of the Literary Era Alono
$1.00 PER ANNUM
Full particulars and list of books sent
upon application Sample copy of
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and cats like - rrr
flT lOOO. I v'- v'.- " Jr
guaranteed purely vege
table blood purifier, and
the only antidote for
this particular virus;
it purines the blood and
builds up the constitu
tion. The appetite im
proves almost from the
first dose, the sores soon
show signs of healing,
and the unsightly, dirty
splotches and eruptions
grow paler and paler.
1 and finally disappear.
put a pair of
on your fcicyclc. They may cost you some
thing: but by a year trom now you will h
money ahead, for you will have no repat
bills to pay. Then besides they ride so dif
ferent from the cheap tires a feather be
to a board floor.
Four Per Cent Paid od
FL S. Cable,
H. P. UuU,
C W. Hurst,
1 U Bu fo- d,
aMM Jaekaow sad Him
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
bought especially for this
x summer's trade is to be sac
rificed and with it the finest
line of children's bats and
bonnets ever sold in tho
three cities. Commencing
this morning and continuing
until July 4 this salo will be
a notable one. ller design
ers stand high st with dis
criminating ladies. All ideas
of profit will be cast a ide and
will give customers the ben
efit. Ererjthlog in the store
goes. The finest. The best.
You pay IO cents
for Cigars aoteogoodaa
ROCK ISLAND TO HAVE
NEW LINETO THE NORTH
Tfce Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway is fast nearing St
Paul. When completed to that city
this road is to be used br the Rock
Island as part of its Chicago St. Paul
line. Tbe Minneapolis & St. Louis,
which heretofore formed the St. Paul
end of the Rock Island, w 11 undoubt
edly become pait of the I'linois Cen
tral system bsfore long. Ton Illinois
Central is said to have offered a guar
aatee of 4 percent on tho stock of the
Minneapolis & St. Louis, and the
offer, it is expected, will bo accepted.
Grsdlng on tbe new Burlington,
Cedar Rapids & Northern extension
is completed within a mile and a half
of Inver Grove. Early this tpring
wors was started on tne spur from
Faribault and Erin. This was graded
and made ready for track laviue
about two weeks ago. From Erin to
Kosemont tbe new road follows the
tracks of the Milwaukee & St. Paul.
From Rosemont to Inver Grove
some hard cuts have been mads Dec-
eisarv. Ab ut bve miles out the
road pastes under the tracks of the
Chicago Great Western. The cut will
be one mile long and 45 feet under
tbe level of the ground at the deepest
point. It is expected that trains will
be running to St. Paul 'in the fall.
WED AT CINCINNATI CLUB.
Brilliant Nuptials of Myrr A l.otU and
Cinoinnati, Ohio. May 30 Tho
wedding this evening at tho Cincin
nati club of Mjer A Loeb. of Rick
Island, and Miss Estclle Rosenthal
was one ot the brilliant events of tbe
siBSonin Cincinnati Jjwlih society
Tbe parlors of tho club wero elabor
ately decorated, the guests inc'udiog
friecds and relatives from many
cities. Tbe ceremony was performed
at 8 o'clock and was followed by a
reception and banquet. The brido is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mjer L
Rosenthal, a charming and accom
plished joung ladj and a favotite in
Weather Summary for Jane.
Data covering a period of SO years
recorded by the local weather
bureau shows tho normal temper
ature for the month of June to have
been 71. Tbe warmest June was that
of 1873, when tho average was 7i.
The coldest was in 1S8:(, tho average
being 07. The highest temperature
was J8 on tbe 17th. 1897, and tbe
lowest 3'J ou the 4th, 188J Tbe aver
age precipitation for tbe month has
been 4.06 inches. The greatest month
ly precipitation was 10.71) inches in
lrJ2. and tbe least precipitation was
.49 inches in 1886. The average num
ber of clear days was eight, of partly
cloudy days 14, cloudy days eight.
The prevailing winds have Lcen from
May 28. Thomas J. Medill to Jacob
Bilt.er. lots 13 and 15. block 3, South
Park add . Rock Island. $1,100.
29 David Schneider by heirs to
Mathilda D Ericksod. lot C and part
lots D and E, Langmack's add , Mo
Edwin W. Muidock to Frank and
Oscar A. Reed, lot 1. aw J 32 16. 6 w,
TheUrand Track Ball way System
Under certain conditions allows a
stop-over of 10 days at Niagara Falls
or Buffalo to enable holders of tickets
to eastern destinations to visit tho
Full information may be obtained
from city pasrengcr and ticket agent,
219 Clark street. Chicago.
II Won't Roll Off.
The egg of ilie guillemot is one of
the' most peculiar and furnishes an
admirable example of tbe way lu
tvhlch nature provides for the condi
tions of life.
This bird is found on tbe coast, and
the rgs are usually laid ou t he bare
edges of hlsh rocks, from which posi
tion any ordinary specimen of the vug
would probably roll off.
But tbe guillemot's ccs won't do
this. It lias Lkth fashioned by nature
to 6top on. The egg is ucarly conical
In shape, broad at the base and sharp
at the iKjint. so that It will only roll
in a circle.
Better Than Malting- st Kofe.
"Just before Badmun was tcnt to
prison he bought a set of books to be
paid for In installments."
"What did be do that for?"
"lie a hi it would make the time
seem shorter." CLicago Tribune.
Biliousness is a condition charac
terized by a disturbance of tbe di
gestive organs. Tbe stomach is do
bilitated, tne liver torpid, (be bowels
constipated. There is a loathing of
food, pains in the bowels, dizziness,
eoated tongue and vomiting, first of
the undigested or partly digested
food and then of bi'e. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the
disturbances of tho stomach and cre
ato a health j appetite. They also tono
up tbe liver 10 a healthy action and
regulato tbe bowels. Try tbem and
you aro certain to be much pleased
with the result. For salo by all drug
gists. Trv tho new remedy for coslive
ncss,' Chamberlains's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Every box guaranteed.
Price 25 cents. For sale by all drng-
The least In quantity and most In
quality describes DeWitt's Little
Early Risers,-the famous pills for con
stipation and liver complaints. B.
11 Bleber and Uartx A Ullemeycr.
FOUND DEAD IN BOX CAR
Italian KaUroatl Laborer Has a Sad Kod
Argerics Aegoroporbs, a Greek rail
road laborer who arrived in tbe city
Wednesday in search of work, was
found dead in a bx car in tbe west
end of Davenport yesterday. He bad
evidently fallen and died almost in
stantly from heart disease. Wednes
day evening he called at Dr. Leer'u
oflice, on West Third street, and com
plained of being very ill. Dr. Leaser
examined him and fonnd that his
heart was beatiog Irregularly and
likely to stop in its action at any
time. He gave tbe pst'ent some med
icine, calculated to relieve him, and
did not think the end was so near.
The car was on a side track west of
Gaines str et. Tbe unfortnnate man
may have been sleeping in tbe car and
died while asleep.
A post-mortem examination was
made by Dr. Lambach, the co-oner,
who discovered a live worm in the
veimiform appendix of the deceased.
Dr. Lambach sail such a thing had
never come to his attention before in
his practice or in tbe bocks
Milan. May 31. Miss Jess!e Mat
thews is visiiing in Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs- J. C Schwab, of Du
quesne. Vs , returned home last Sat
urday after a few days' visit with S.
W. Hoath and f tinily.
Charles Thotupmn has been tick.
The Junior league social at lic'.h
Heath's last Monday evening was
well attended. The Juniors made
The memorial service was held in
the Methodist church Sunday morn
ing. Miss Zjo Swayno, of Rock Itland,
was in town Friday.
T. Wilhitc, of Chicago, arrived here
.Mrs. John bolomon, of Uock Island,
visited friends Sonday.
Rev. Peregoy. of Preemption, was
in our village luesday.
There was a lively runaway on
Third street Tuesday evening. A
horse and buggy from about the coal
mines broke loose and started for
homo at full speed.
C. II. Smith and son, of Albanv,
came in Wednesday for a shott stay.
W. L. Clark is Etill unable to attend
to business and consequently, as in
tho past few weeks, there will be n 1
issue of tho News this week.
Mrs. Brasher has returned from a
visit in Blooiuinglon.
CAKLK NKVTS CI IM
Cable, May 31 Robert W. Clark
made a trip to Rock Island last Tues
The Pond-Berlin Specialty com pan v
played at the opera house Saturday
Eight to a fair-sized crowd. They
left Monday to till an engagement ac
O. W. I.nndquist and M D. Tom
linson were in Rock Island lat
Our noon train now leaves at 11:25
instead of 12:15 a. m., as heretofore.
Leonard Frost, of Wanlock, was
visiting in town Saturday.
Alfred Llliiman made a business
trip to Rock Island Thursday.
'iite a number from here attende 1
the Flora Da Voss Theatrical com
pany's plays at Sherrard the first ol
The ladies of the Congregational
church gave an ice cream and cane
social at the home of J. M. Pdrshlng
Satnrday night. A good time is re
ported. The Cable Dancing club gave a
dance at tbe opera houee Friday
night. About forty numbers were
ont and a good time was bad by all.
Pat Sheehan, of Gilchrist, was seen
on our sireets Saturday.
Electrician E Maerling went to
Aledo this week, where be will be em
ployed for abont six weeks on the city
Attorney George B Morcan, of
Altdo, was in this city on business
A. D. Shearman, of Preemption, is
extending bis telephone line. No. 12,
to Cable this week.
Camp Creek school district No. 4,
will close Friday, June 7, with ap
The annual Sunday school excur
sion to tho Watch Tower will be
given June 19.
Considerable corn is being delivered
here this week, tbe priee paid being
Assessor William Tomlinson has
completed his work of assessing Rich
land Grove township
Bowling. May 31. A team belong.
ing to teorge Clark became frightenrd
at a railroad hand car Saturday and
ran away, colliding with a rig occu
pied by Mrs. Mary Gitt and daughter
Jennie. No one was hurt, but both
rigs were damaged.
C. B. Ellis has rented his telephone
on the Taylor Ilidgo lino to Gov Hoc-
Roy Wanglin celebrated his 10th
birthday by cnttrtainlng a party of
friends at his homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson gave a
sociable at their borne for the benefit
of tbe Pleasant Ridgo Presbyterian
Excursions to Buffalo exposition via
Nickel Plato road, May 7, 14, 21 and
28, respectively, at a rate of f 13 for
tho round -ripfrom Chicago; good re
turning five days from date of sale.
Three through trains daily, with ves
tibuled sleeping cars and first-class
dining car service. For particulars
and Pan-American folder, write John
Y. Calahan, general agent, 111 Adams
street, Chicago. Depot. Van Buren
street and Pacific avenue, Chicago,
on elevated loop.
The athletic carnival given by Prof.
P. J. Pitts and his pupils at Turner
hay last evening was' attended by a
good-sizd crowd and tho events were
Interesting, and some of them exciting,
particularly tho spirring match be
tween Pitts and Charles Hewitt, who
hat come her froui Sterling tp make
his home. Tbe latter also gave an
exhibition in bag-punching that was
exceedingly ciever. John Voss and
Pitts wrestled and Francis, the hypno
tlt, gave an exhibition of his powers.
Prof. Pitts has finished with bis
la-t classes in Rock Inland and Mo
line, and is rppken Of in the highest
terms by those who have been under
bis instruction. He has been urged
to return to Rock Island again next
winter, which he may conclude to do.
He leaves n-ith Mrs. Pitts tomorrow
for tbe north.
Three Kaw I'm Co res la Train Service.
The Queen & Crescent rou e
changed time Sanday, May 18. and
among the many other features to be
incorporated in tbe new schedules are
three that will be of considerable in
terest to tbe traveling public. Ooc
is tbe inauguration ol a oecend train
between Cinoinnati and New Orleans
on a zi-toar scneauie. it win ue
known as the "Pan-American spec
ial," and will make connection at
Cincinnati with ail linfs to Buffalo
and Niagara Falls. The train will
run from New Orleans 6olid; througa
sleepers and din'n cars. The north
bound schedule will mark a new rec
ord of schedules in the south, beiDg
cut down to 23 hours between the
The New O leans and Cincinnati
limited will carry through Pullman
service bitecn New Orleans and
Buffalo without change. Tbe high
class service of this train - is already
noted among travelers, and tbo
through Buffalo slctperaare in keep
ing with the Queen k Crescent policy
of alway keeping in the front rack.
These through Buffalo sleepers run
from Cincinnati to Buffalo via the B g
The third feature in the inaugura
tion of the new service is a second
Pullman line to Athcville. Tbe
Queen & Crescent and Southern rail
way has for several years operated
the only throcgh Pullman line to this
famous resort from the north and
northwest, leaving Cincinnati each
evening at 8 p m. Tbe new line will
run from St. Louin and Louis villo
over the Southern railway, leaving
St. Louis in the evening and Louis
ville in the morning. This makes
practically a second daily line from
Cincinnati, as the St. Louis-Louis-villo
car is attached to the trains from
Cincinnati at Lexington.
It ii perhaps difficult to find great
er progress in tho improvement of
passenger train se-vice on any line in
the country than has been made on
tbe Queen & Crescent route and
Southern railway during the year, in
cluding the inauguration of the rc
ma'kably successful Chicago and
Florida special last winter, the Pan
American through sleepers this sum
mer and the through New Orlear-s
and Ashevillo service named above.
The Nickel Plate road will sell excur
sion tickets from Chicago to Buffalo at
f 13 for the round trip on each Tuesday
in May (the 7th, 14th. 21st and 28th),
with limit of five days; namely, return
ing good for any train to and including
midnight train from Buffalo on Satur
day following Tuesday tickets are
sold. Daily trains from Chicago at
10:35 a. ni., arrives Buffalo 2:05 fol
lowing morning; daily trains from
Chicago at 2:30 p. m., arrives at Buf
falo 7:35 next morning; dailv traius
from Chicago at 10:30 p. m., arrives
at Buffalo 4:15 next afternoon. All
trains carry through vestibulcd sleep
ing cars. Individual club meals,
ranging in prico from 35 cents to $1,
and no meal in excess of the latter
figure, aro served in dining cars.
For sleeping car reservations and all
other information, call at tho Chicago
city ticket office, 111 Adams street,
or writo John Y. Calahan, general
agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago.
'Phono central 2057. Chicago depot,
Van Bureu street and Pacific avcuuo,
ou the elevated loop.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran,
of Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a long timo in spite of good
doctor's .treatment, but was wholly
cured by Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills,
which worked wonders for her
health." They always do. Try
them. Only 25 cents at Hartz &
Ullcmoycr's drug store.
M. S. Kent, a barber of Andalusia,
111., says: "My little boy had the
whole back of his hand scalded. Tbe
skin raised in great blisters, tbe pain
from which almost caused convul
sions. I was recommended to use
I-o-dj, which I did, and to my great
surprise it stopped the pain as it by
magic, drew the lire out, healed
the scald quickly and without a scar.
I would not bo without it." Drug
gists, 25 cents a box.
tot over rity lean
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes tho child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Our little girl was nnconsciois
from st angulation during a sudden
and terrible attack of croup. I quickly
secured a bottle of One Minute Congh
Cure, giving her three doses. Tbe
croup was mastered and our little
darlmg speedily recovered," so writes
A. L. Spa (lord, Chester, Mich. B. II.
Bieber and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Different and Desirable.
The furniture manufacturers are al
ways striving to produce something
different, and we are always anxious
to show the most unique shapes and
the most perfectly hnished pieces.
Here are some bih v D0ll3hed natural
wood odds and ends which will prove
a 1on as i m wa.-ss Ii -v S A Vk I
cost much, cither.
1702 and 1701 Third Ave.
The Wrong Mr. Wright
Will not be found but instead the Tight one
if you go to WRIGHT'S SHOE STORE
FOR SHOES. Odds and ends on our
bargain counter are trade winners. Come
and see them, ladies, Misses and chil
dren. Wrights Shoe Store,
1702 Second Avenue.
1 r Robivsob, President, I D, Mcdgb, Vice Pre alder 1. F, T. Castssl, Gaibltr
Central Trust and Saving's Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
Which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company
we act as executor of and trustee under Wills. Administrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial agent for
non-residents, women, invalids and others.
The Most Successful,
The Most Progressive,
The Most Skillful,
The Most Experienced
Chronic Diseases are His Specialty.
The doctor makes no extravagant statements by claiming to euro every
thing under tho snu. But he has devoted years of patient study in large
hospitals and clinics upon" difficult and obscure diseases and can give you
the latest and most scientilic treatment known to tho world for lung, heart,
stomach, kidney, bowel and bladder diseases.
Diseases Peculiar to Women.
Very few women enjoy good health and many of them will buy souio
much advertised curo-all and treat themselves for months, or go to some so
called healer or to some fake and in this way become chronic invalids.
What else can you expect when such a delicate organism is subjected to such
hit or miss treatment? Dr. Home treats successfully leucorrhoca or whites,
inflammation, ulceration, painful and irregular memos.
Diseases ot Men.
Every form of trouble resulting from indiscretion or disease, treated
scicntilically. Loss of ambition failing memory, lots of will power, sleep
lessness or any other condition due to nervous exhaustion brought on by
breaking the laws -of nature. Consult tho doctor on these delicate points.
All business confidential. Names of patients and their troubles never pub
lished except by request of the patient who has been cured.
VARICOCELE positively cured without the knifo by my new method.
1 guarantee a core iu all curable cases and cure hundreds that others
consider incurable. Dli. J. ALVIN nORNK. suite 49, 50. 51, dA. ol and 55.
Mitchell & Lyndo building. Bock Island. Take elevator to ' fourth flooi;.
Hours: 0 to 12, 2 to 5, and 7 to 8 Sundays. 9 to 11.
EMslo Ol Charles P. Ryder. Jr.. deceased.
Tbe undersigned having Decs appointed ad
ministrator! the estate of Charles P. Rjder,
Jr. late of tbe county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby slvee notice that
he wlU appear before the county court of Rock
Island eounty, at tbe county court room. In
tbe city of Rock Island, at tbe July term, on
the first Monday In July next, at which time
all persona bavin claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend, for the
purpose of havinir the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this tb day of May. A. D. 1901.
J ohm V. Ii- Ksah. .Administrator...
This season offers irresistable at
traction in all lines of Footwear,
especially at f 2 50. The price
is the converse of the quality;
fhe latter high, the former low.
Some one has said that well
kept shoes are assign of refine
ment. Onr shoes, good to start
with, easily and long keep
their shape and indicate elegance
1705 Second Avenue.
ii -k ' $ r
.4- .-a' .
Estate of Guy II. Hitchcock, deceased.
The undersigned baring oeen appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Guy H.llitcbcock ,
late of the county of Rock Islsnd. state ot
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
will appear before tbe county court of Rock
Islsnd county, at tbe county court room, la
the elty of Rock Island, at the June term,
on the first Monday In June next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for the purpose of baring tbe same adjusted.
AU persons indebted to said estate are re
Quested to make Immediate payment to tba
Dated thlsiotb day of April, A. D 1901.
C U. Hitchcock, Administrate