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TH13 AHaUD, TVEDNESDAT, AUGUST 28, 1901,
. - Decomes a festering sore, uny punpies tow xo oe doiis,
swollen joints and inflamed glands often break out into offensive, slow healing,
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ing. 2 to 5 afternoon.
Special master's Bale.
Jackson & Hurst, Attorney.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island County, I
Tn the Circuit Court. In chancery:
The Home Building and Loan assoo latlon.
ComDlalnant. vs. James Downing and Re
becca Downing. General No. 4JC3. Fore
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered In the above
entitled, cause, on the 6th day of
July, A. D. 1U01, I shall, on Saturday, the
31st day of August, A. D., ll, at
the hour of one o'clock tn the after
noon, at the East door or the Court
House, In the City of Rock Island, In
said County of Rock Island, to satisfy said
decree, sell at public vendue to the highest
bidder for cash, that certain parcel of land
situated in the County of Rock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described
Lot No. Five foVin Block No. Sixty-one (81)
In that part of the City of Rock Island, known
as and called "Chicago or Lower Addition."
Dated at Rock Island, Illlno's, this 31st day
of July A. D. 1901.
Jackson & Hurst, Solicitors for Complainant.
w. J. ENTR1KIN.
Special Master in Chancery, Kock Island
Kotlce of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, l
Countv of Rock Island, f 10
In the circuit court, September term, A. D.,
James Balmer vs. Julia Phillips, Frank M.
Phillips. Clyde C. Phillips. Artie Phillips,
Maud Adams, Anna M. fhiinps .Edward u.
Phillips, and D. K. Moberly and Franks
Cool, administrators of the estate of D. K.
Phillips, deceased. In chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the said Julia
Phillips. Fraak M. Phillips, Clyde C. Phillips,
Artie Phillips, Maud Adams. Anna M. Phillips,
.Edward u. PflLUips, ana u. tv. Mooeriy, aamtn
lstrator of the estate of D. E. Phillips, de
ceased, having been tiled in the clerk's office
of the circuit court of said county, notice Is
therefore hereby given to the said non-rest-dent
defendants that the complainant filed
his bill of complaint In said court, on the chan
cery side thereof, on the 1-tb day of August,
1601, and that thereupon a summons issued out
of said court, wherein said suit is now pend
ing, returnable on the third Monday in the
month of September next, as is by law re
quired. Now, unless you. the said non-resident
defendants above named. Julia Phillips,
Frank M. Phillips, Clyde C. Phillips, Artie
Phillips, Maud Adams, Anna M. Phillips. Ed
ward D. Phillips and D. K. Moberly, adminis
trator of the estate of D. E. Phillips, deceased,
s a all oersonally be and appear before said cir
cuit court on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at the court house in
tbe city of Rock Island, in and for tbe said
county, on - tbe sixteenth day of Septem
ber next, 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, according to tbe
prayer of said bill.
Geo rob W. Gambia Circuit Clerk.
Rock Island. Ill . Aug. 12, 1901.
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from thjn kne to the foot was one solid ton,
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Notice of Publication Cnancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County f
In the Circuit Court of the said County to
the beptember term thereof, a. u. iwi.
Bertha Bolen vs. Wilson Bolen In Chancery,
Affidavit of non-reudence of the above de-
fendant, Wilson Bolen, having been Bled In
the clerk's office of tbe circuit court of said
county and slate, showing that tbe residence
oi me above named aeienaant is unknown
and that due and diligent Inquiry has been
made to ascertaia toe same, notice Is there
fore hereby given to to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant has filed her
dui or complaint in said court against you, on
tne chancery side tnereor, on the lain
day of August. A. D. 1901, and that there
upon a summons issued out or said court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, returnable
on the third Mono ay in tee month or Sep tern
ber next, as Is by law required. Now. unless
you, the said non-resident defendant above
earned, Wilson Bolen, shall personally be
and appear before thesald circuit-court on tbe
first day of tbe next term thereof, to be
holden at Bock Island, In and for the said
county, on tbe third Monday in September
next, and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant s bill or complaint, tne same ana
the matters and things therein charged ana
stated will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according to tbe
prayer of said bill.
UEOBGE W . liAHBLI. UierK.
Rock Island. 111.. August 15. A. D. 1901.
McCaskrin & McCaskbin, Complainant's
Special Master's Sale.
Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, I '
Rock Island County.
In tbe Circuit Court. In Chancery.
The Heme Building & Loan Association, com
plainant, vs May Andrews, George A. An
drews, Alice Sayre, Charles A. Sayre. Jane
Griffin, andGeoige G. Griffin, Defendants.
General No. 48U5. Foreclosure.
Notice is hereoy given that by virtue of a
Decree of said Court entered In the above en
titled cause on tbe 6lh day of July. A. D. 1901
1 shall, on Saturday, tbe 31st day of August.
A. D. 1901, at tbe hour of one o clock in the
afternoon, at the East Door of the Court
House, in the City of Rock Island, In said
Countv of Rock Island, to satisfy said Decree.
sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for
casn mat certain parcel oi lana, situate in
the county or kock island ana state or Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wit:
Lot No. Nine (9) In Block No. Eleven (11), In
that part of the City of Rock Island known as
Chicago or Lower addition.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 31st day
Of July. A. U. 1901.
Jackson & Hubst, Complainant's Solicitors.
W. J. Entbikin.
Special Master In Chancery, Rock Island
Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of the
County Court of Rock Island County, Illinois,
made on the petition or the undersigned, an
toinette M. Brown and John T. Meroer, ad
ministrators of tbe estate of Gregory Brown
deceased, for leave to sell the Real Eseate of
said deceased, at tbe August term. A. D.
1901. of said Court to-wit: on tbe 19th day of
August A. D , 1901, we shall on the 25th day of
September next, between the hour3 of ten
o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in the
afternoon of said day to-wit: at eleven o'clock
la the forenoon sen at fub.ic sale, at
the homestead of said Antoinette M. Brown
(the late residence of said deceased) in Town
ship eighteen (18) North Range Two (2) East
of the Fourth (4th) Principal Meridian in said
County, the Real instate described as follows,
Tbe West half (H) of the South East quarter
fit of Section Number Twenty-two fs-t), ex
cept the East Five (5) Acres of the North half
) of said West half (vty. also all that part of
the South West quarter (U) of the North East
quarter C4) of sa d Section which lies South
of tbe Railroad R'gbt of Way. now used and
occupied by the Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy
Railroad Company, containing eighty-eight
and sixty-eight hundredths (H8 68 100) acres
more or less, situate in tbe County of Rock
island ana state oi uiinois.
Tbe North half (U) of tbe South West nuar
ter Ci) and the South halt Ci) of tbte North
West quarter (). subject to tbe Railroad
light of Way, and tbe North Weft quarter
(U) or the North west quarter !i r said
(section Number Twenty-two CK containing
One hundred and Ninety-seven and sixty hun
dredths (I9 bO-100) acres more or .less, situate
In tbe County of Rock island, and State of
The East half (V4) ot the North East quarter
and tbe East half (4) of the Soutu Kast
quarter (H), subject to tbe Railroad Right of
Wav. of Section NumberTwentv-one 2i and
the South half (',) of the South West quarter
('4) of Section Number Twenty-two (22) -containing
Two Hundred Thirty-seven and one-
half (237Vi) acres more or less, situate in the
County of Rock Island and State or Illinois
The North East quarter () of tbe North
East quarter (H) and all that part of the
South West quarter (H) ot the North East
quarter ('4 ) of said Section Twenty-two (23)
that lies North 'Of the C, B. & Q. Railroad
Right of Way, containing Stxty-eight and
eighty-two hundredths (t8 82-100) acres more
or less, situate in the County of Rock Island
ana state or Illinois.
The undivided two-eleventh (2-11) of the
fractional East half Ci) North of Rock River
of tbe North East quarter (U) ot Section
Number Twenty-eight (:.
- All of the above lands being in Township
Number Eighteen (io) iNortn, ttange Number
Two (2) .East of tbe Fourth (4th) Principal
Meridian, In the County of Rock Island and
State or Illinois.
Tbe East Thirty-five and Ten one-bun
dredtbs (36 10 100) acres of tbe South half
of the North East quarter (m and the East
Fifty-two and one-half (524) acres of tbe
North half (H) of the South East quarter (U)
or section Number Twenty-seven (27), in
Township Number Eighteen, (18) North, bange
Number Two (2). East of tbe Fourth (4tb)
Principal Meridian, situate in the County of
jnry, ana state oi Illinois, on tne follow ng
terms, to-wit: une-bair cash tne balance oa
credit of one year, the purchaser to give ap
proved seounty, ana mortgage on tbe prem
ises sold, to secure tbe payment of tbe unpaid
Dated this 23d day of August. A. D . 1901.
Antoinette M. Bbuwk,
Jobs T. Maac-ER.
Administrators of the estate of Gregory
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The Bishop's Bridal.
During the . dinner the bishop had
been all things to all men, blending In
his manner toward his guests the dig
nity of a priest with the elasticity of a
man of the world. -
The butler had approached him with
a shade of anxiety on his face.
A. man below, sir, insists on seeing
you. James told nlin the circumstances.
but he would not be put off. lie acted
peculiar. If you would send word.
"No; I will go down."
As he descended the stairs he saw a
curious figure, standing with a certain
natural ease and grace In the stately.
brightly lighted halloa man about S3
years old dressed in a shabby evening
The bishop conceived an instant dis
like of this man, as of one, in some ob
scure way, once a rival. The stranger
"I beg your pardon, bishop,' for Inter
rupting tbe great function of a dinner,
but the case is urgent. My wife is dy
ing partly of hunger, partly of life.
She had wished a prayer said over her,
came for you."
"I-wIll go with you," said the bishop.
He went back and took leave of his
e e a a e
The woman lay on the narrow bed
as one without care and without de
sire. The bishop looked upon her face
with an Instant recognition that, what
ever had been the outward setting of
his life, never for an hour had she been
the wife of .this man in anythiug but
material form and sign. The impulse
seized hliu to thrust this Intruder in his
vulgarity and poverty of spirit neck
and crop into the street which claimed
'lue wire openeu ner eyes witu a
strange, alien look upon her husband
"This is the bishop, Alice, the bishop
of this town which has used you and
me so badly. He'll say a prayer for
you If you like. Perhaps he'll show his
faith by his works. I have told him
that we are bitten by cold andfhunger
and that we haven't a penny."
Did you tell him all?"
My sins, you mean, the causeiof our
little miseries? No, dear, I did not."
The woman turned her face to the
bishop, and their eyes met. It was the
birth of a moment that could have
nothing to do with time and Its acci
dents. To her it was as if there stood
before her in this wholly self possessed
and dignified figure the embodiment of
what she had desired and had been de
nied in the troubled years of her past
mental and moral order, strength hold
ing sweetness within it, refinement of
character which should mold the sim
plest events of daily life into comely
forms; yes, and something greater than
these which might include them, to
gether with every other imaginable
trace and Deautv. as ngnt noias an
color a love which gives life.
To the bishop she seemed to embody
those forces of which his dinner guests
In Jest or earnest felt bound to deny;
the reality love and the power of love
to give joy. Strange enough, in this her
Betting of poverty and pain!
The husband laid a hand upon his
arm. "Sir. do not delay. She needs
food more than she needs your prayers
Will yon force me to tell you again
that I have no money? A gentleman
will surely not refuse a gontleman.
The bishon drew him into the hall
way and put a note in his hand.
The man went lightly down the
stairs, with a sinister exultation in hut
manner. As the bishop re-entered the
room the woman turned her eyes toibis
The bishop spoke no word, bti his
eyes answered hers.
She drew his hand into her hands.
"If I should ask your name," she said,
"or the paths by which you came to me
at last, what would it tell me? You are
"I came by many paths to comfort
"I am comforted."
"You have been unhappy."
"I forget, I am happy now."
She drew his hand to her breast.
"And you have you been happy?"
"No. Only successful."
The bishop looked Into her eyes. I
She drew his hand closer to her
The silence deepened around them.
There was no sound of returning foot
steps on the stair. Perhaps the echo of
them had died out forever.
She never took her gaze from his
face, but a great weariness was weigh
ing down her eyelids. "You will not
leave me if I fall asleep?"
'No; I will not leave you. Go to
The silence deepened around them.
In the breathless hour between night's
maturity and the dawn the bishop left
the still form to the care of others.
With death he had nothing to do.
He went to his lonely house with the
aerial step of one" possessed by an al
most unbearable Joy.
As he passed by the dark, deserted
dining room the odor of wine and roses,
lingering there, came to him with mem
ories of a world he had left six hours,
or a thousand years ago, and to which
he must go back on the morrow with
homesickness the world of his dinner
guests. "They, will never know," said
the bishop, "that this was my wedding
, "Long Haired Individual (entering the
sanctum) I understand, eir, that you
are very fond ot poetry. .Now, I caa
write any kind. Epics, bucolics, son
nets, madrigals la fact, anything in
the.shape of poetry. flows like.trlck.llng
water? from'fuy 'fertile pen. WJiat kind
do you prefer? .
Editor (savagely) Tbe poetrr of mo
tion. Jimmy, open the door for the
OYSTER FAMILY SOON
EXPECTED FROM EAST
In a dozen or more days Mr. Oyster,
of Baltimore, Md , and other plac,
will arrive in the city and take up his
residence in our midst for the winter
Incidentally, it is said that Mr.
Oyster's family will probaoly be more
numerous at the opening of the sea
son this year than ever before. The
indications are tbat the market will
be well supplied for tbe entire season.
What will be better news tnan this,
however, is the statement of the head
of one of the bier wholesale houses
that . prices are not to go up in har
mony with those of other articles of
food, but that they are more likely to
be a trifle under the figures of last
Even at last rear's figures tne price
of oysters would be one-half of the
present cost of the choice cuts of
meat, pound for pound, and the oys
ter would have much tbe better of the
argument, because there is no waste
on him, whereas the bone and skin of
the meat must be thrown away.
W. Vernon Booth, president of A.
Booth & Co., said to the Chicago
'Reports which have come to us
from the east indicate that the oyster
season this year is to be a big one in
point of supplies, and the indications
are based on inquiries from distrib
utors that there will bean enormous
demand for them. The season wil
open in active manner Sept. 1.
'A9 for prices, they win De no
higher than those of last year and
they may be a little lower because of
the big supply. However this may
be, oysters this fall and wintir will
cost about half the price of the best
cuts of meats, and with prices where
they are now on meats this will un
doubted ly mean a great deal to the
average household, 'the oyster will
by no means be a luxury."
Chicago Grata and Frodura,
Chicago. Aug. 27,
Following: were the Quotations on th
Board of Trade today
,. .To -Is
September .. 9.90
Iecmber ... 8.SKS '
Short Rib ,
September .. 8.42H
20c: extra dairy. 1718c; packing- stocK,
12MrC Ega Fresh stock. 12MilHo.
Live PouRry Chicken, hens, 8c per
lb; pprinm. 10c; ducks. 7(g-74c. Apples
New, $i.26J3.00 per brl. Potatoes
Chicago Lta Staok.
Ilys Estimated receipta for the flay,
21.004); sales raig-d at IS.10&5.35 for
plge. $S.75fe6. for Hs-ht, K.75.0 for
Tousrh packing-. $5.95 6. 40 for mixed, and
J6.05(g".46 tor heavy packlnc and ship
ping lets; bulk of the sages at $6,009
'Cattle Estimated receipta for the
day, 5,500; quotation ranged at t5.85(J
.S5 for choice to extra t,er. $5,381
5.85 for good to choice do.. xtna steers.
$5.30(5)5.15 for good to cholca do., 14.600
5.2S for fair to good do.. $4.004.76 com
mon to medium do.. $3.6O4.O0 butchers'
steers. $4.40S6.0 fed western steers.
$2.20-4.30 etockers and feeders, $1.60
4.6D cow. $2.605.00 heifers. $2.604.60
Ynxls and oxen. $3.755.00 stags. $3.30
4.85 Texas steers. $3.7595.00 grass weal
em steers, and $4.50(6.00 veal ca4veai
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day. 18.000; quotations ranged at
$2.753.90 westerns. $2.654.00 natives.
$3.40(5.25 western lambs, and $3.00 5.30
Eut Buffalo Un Stock.
East Buffalo, X. T.. Aug. 27.
Diuintat & Stevens, Live Stock Com
mission March ants. East Buffalo. N. T.
quote as follows: Cattle Receipt 3 car
easy; no very good here; vnata, $6.00
7.60. Hogs Steady at yesterday's close;
Yorkers. $6.306.3: mixed. $6.40; no
very heavy here: quo-table. $6.36(36. 0;
pigs, $5.805.9O. hep and Lambs Re-
oeiots. t cars; Iambs easy: tops, $5.60J
6.66; others. $3 255.50; sheep steady;
mixed, $1.25(3.60; wethers and year-ling-a,
St. Lonla Grmia.
St. Louis, Aug. 27.
Wheat Higher; No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. 70c; track, 7172c; September.
70Ac: DeHNember. 2c; May. 764c; Nr.
2 hai-d S969ic. Corn -HitrheT: No. 3
cash. Mc: track, $56e; September, 56e;
December. 58tte: May, SOUc. Oats
Hleher: No. 2 cash 37c; track. 3738c;
SeDtember. 38c: May. 39c; No. 3
white, 3839c. Rye-Lower; 5859c.
Milwaukee Grain. .
Milwaukee, Aug. 27.
Wheat Stronger; No. 1 northern, 71
7H4c: No. northerm. 694370e: Sept em
tr. 69c, Rye Oulr; No. 1. 65e. Bar-
lev: dull: No. 2. 62o; sample. 45g'61c-.
Oats Hi cher: No. 2 white. 374o. Corn
September, 64c; December. 67c.
Local Marks, '
Hsy Tlniony, 114; pralrta, 2
Coal 13 per too.
Potatoes II 3fl. . .
Butter Cboloa to fair, 17a; trash ersamarr,
Wens V4o per pouuu.
Spriog ChloKena SiftOM.OO per Cozen.
Cattle Uutchers pay tor eorn red steers
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Free and Confidential. Hours 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
day 9 to 12 a. m. Telephone 213.
At Summer Prices at
PARIDON & SON.
419 Seventeenth street. Telephone 4753.
..f.ZK - .-,-.,;a. lOKAtfa
iYousr Money and
uyZ& Gun J
to get a gun for a million
Save money by buying
West Third St.. Davenport, Iowa.
LIVER. KIDNEYS and BLADDER.
STOMACH and MIDDLE EAR cured
AS SAFE AS
Wo Desire to Call Attention to tho
Fact that We have Con
stantly on Hand
First Mortgage Loans
In sums of $200 and upwards, on
farms and other choice real estate,
running five years.
The following is a partial list of
completed First Mortgage loans on
hand, which we now offer for sale,
subject to previous selections. These
loans have been carefully selected,
and are tirst-class in every respect.
They are 5 and 5J per cent net to the
investor. We have other loans to
offer if these are not in amounts to
suit the investor.
Amnunl o) Fair f'nfc 1'ilt
Lonn. A'o. of Arm. oj SrrurUu.
JKOO-OO 480 fliXtOn.-al
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1HM 00 l'O 3.' 0. IX
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110.00 160 . 4S00.00
Tho securities we offer are especially
adupted for tbe investment or trust funds,
tnl the Investment of savlops, aa our personal
attention to all details ot tbe loan, from Its
date to its maturity, relieves tbe Investor
from all annoyance, except to present bis
coupon to us tar collection. For further in
formation call at tbe office ot
Elmore W. Hurst,
Tf you want 6 per cent interest on your
money, with one tenth of the principal
paid to you every six months, or 7 per
cent with the money on call, or s per
cent principal payaoie at tne ena or
the period of the 1 jan and all interest
payable semi annually, then Investigate,
of these bonds, bankers, business
men, manufacturers, lawyers, doctors,
investors and those familiar with In
vestments and securit'at, newspaper
men and officers of Trust Comnanies
say: "They are a safe and Ideal invest
ment", their "security beyond ques
tion," "no better security to be found."
The Bonds are First-Class."
"The securities are not only profitable,
but a fair investment as wed, and
worth tbe consideration of acy. inves
tor." A leading insurance man says:
"Myself and friends have over -o.0(io
Invested In these bonds which speaks
of what we think of tbem."
"The Financial Age." United States
Investor." "Journal of Commerce'' and
"Investors' Review" all speak bigbly
of tbe John Mulholland oonds.
Call and learn about them or address
C. E. Taylor,
Room 12, Mitchell and Lyn&e Build
. inrr, Bock Island, 111.
It's a Hot Subject
To talk about, but we are mu
tually interested in SUMMER
PRICES FOR WINTER FUEL.
is onr principal article for all
heaters, but we are pushing PO
. CAHONTAS, INDIANA BLOCK
as less prices ior furnaces.
We Want Your Order
ly. B. MCKOWN.
Fifteenth street and First Avenue