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TIES AHOUS. THUBSDAT. AUGUST 20, 1901,
axe not intenckd for five cent cigar smokers. They appeal
to smokers of Havana goods, accustomed to pay 10 cents s
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it. Dealers who keep them draw from the JO cent trade
of other stores. They have all the richness of choice Ha-
vana. Though not quite the same in flavor, they are very
similar and more pleasing to many, because less strong and
sickening and because any number can fee smoked with
( much relish Mr. Smoker, a trial will
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No. 225 Eighteenth Street. Rock
Island. Ollice hours 9 to 12, morn
jng. 2 to 5 afternoon.
Special Master's Bale.
Jackson St Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, t
Rock Island County, f
la the Circuit Court. In chancery:
The Home Building and Loan atsoo latlon.
Complainant, tb. Juum Downlov and Re
becca Downing. General Ho. 4M3. Fore
closure. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of aaid Court, entered In the above
entitled cause, on the 6ih day of
July, A. D. 1V01, I shall, on Saturday, the
31st day of August, A. IX, 1301. at
the hour of one o'clock In the after
noon, at the Kut door of the Court
House, in the City of Roc It Island, In
said County of Rock Island, to satisfy aaid
decree, sell at public vendue to the highest
bidder for cash, that certain parcel of land
situated In the County of Rock Inland and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Lot No. Five (5) In Block No. Sixty-one
in that part of the City of Rock Island, known
as and called "Chicago or Lower Addition '
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this 31st day
of July A. D. laot.
JacsxjM St HoiifiT, Solicitors for Complainant.
W. J. EifTRlKIlf,
Special Master In Chancery, Kock Island
Kotles of Publication Cnaoesry.
State of Illinois,
County of Rock Island, f
la the circuit court, September term, A. D.,
James Balmer vs. Julia Phillips, Frank M.
Phillips. Clyde C. Phillips. Artie Phillips,
Maud Adams, Anna M. Phillips Edward D.
Phillips, and D. K. Moberly and Frank S.
Cool, administrators of the estate Of D. E.
Phillips, deceased. In chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the said Julia
Phillips. Frank M. Phillips. Clyde C. Phillips,
Artie Phillips, fciaua Aaun. addm. rnuups,
Edward D. PhllHDs. and D. K Moberly. admin-
latrator of the estate of I K. Phillips, de
ceased, having been filed in the clerk s office
of the circuit court of said county.-notice is
therefore hereby (riven to the said Don resi
dent defendants that the complainant bled
bis bill of complaint In said court, on the chan
cery aide thereof, on the l-in aay oi AUtrust,
101. and that thereupon a summons Issued out
of said court, wherein said suit is now pend
ing, returnable oa the third Monday in the
month of September next, as la by law re
quired. Now, unless you. the said nnn-resi-
dent oercnaant above oamea. juna r-nuiips,
Frank M Phillips, Clyde C. Phillips. Ariie
Phillips, Maud Adams, Anna M. Phmips, Ed
ward D. Phillips and D. K Moberly, adminis
trator of the estate of D. E. Phillips, deceased,
shall personally be and appear before aald cir
cuit court on the that day of the next term
thereof, to be hold en at the court bouse In
the city of Kock Island, in and for tbe said
county, on tue sixteenth day of Septem
ber next, and plead, answer, or demur to tbe
said complainant's bill of complaint, the same
and tbe matters and things therein charged
and stated will be taken as confessed, and a
decree entered against you, according to the
prayer of said blu.
Obohob T. GAMBi.a. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Islaod. 01 , Aug. U, lwoi.
Sbarlk & Mamball, Complainant's Solici
tors. For Rubber Tires Send
Your Wheels to Shop of
Notice of Publication Cbancery.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County f
In the Circuit Court of the said County to
me oeptemDer term tnereoi, a. ix iwui.
Hertha Bolen vs. Wilson Bolen In Chanoery,
Affidavit of non-residence of the above de
fendant, Wilson Bolen. having been filed in
tbe clerk's office of the circuit court of said
county and state, showing that the residence
of the above named defendant is unknown
and that due and diligent Inquiry has been
made to ascertain toe same, notice Is there
fore hereby given to to tbe said non-resident
defendant that the complainant has Bled her
bill of complaint in said court against you, on
too cnanoery siae tnereoi. on tne l-tn
day of August. A. D. mil. and that there
upon a summons Issued out of aaid court,
wherein said suit is now pending, returnable
on the third Monday in tbe month of Septem
ber next, as is by law required. Now. unless
you, tbe said non-resident defendant above
named, Wilson Bolen. shall personally be
and appear before thesald circuit court on tbe
first day of the next term thereof, to be
bolden at Bock Island, in and for the said
county, on tbe third Monday In September
next, ana pieaa. answer or demur to tne sa.o
complainant s bill of complaint, tbe same and
tbe matters and things therein charged and
stated will be taken as confessed, and a de
eree entered against you according to the
prayer oi said uui.
(icOBGE W. Gamble. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. August 15. A. D. 1111.
McCaskkib) &, McCaskbin, Complainant's
Special Master's Bale.
Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of 'Illinois.
Rock Island County. (
In the Circuit Court. In Cbancerv.
The Heme Building & Loan Association, com
plainant, vs May Andrews. George A. An
crews, Alice Sayre, Charles A. Sayre, Jane
Griffin, and George U. Griffin, Defendants.
General No. 4iK5. Foreclosure.
Notice is hereoy given that by virtue of a
Decree or said court entered in the above en
titled cause on the 6th day of July. A. D. 1U01,
I shall, oa Saturday, the 31st day of August,
A. D. 1001, at tbe hour of one o'clock In the
afternoon, at tbe East Door of tbe Court
House, in the City of Rock Island, in said
County of Kock Isiand, to satis ry said Decree,
sell at public vendue to tbe highest bidder for
cash tbat certain parcel of Land, situate in
the County of Rock Island and State of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wit:
Lot No. Nine S in Block No. Eleven (II). in
that part of the City of Rock Island known as
Chicago or Lower addition.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 31st day
oi iuiy. a. u. ivui.
Jackson St Hobst, Complainant's Solicitors.
W. J. Ektbikin.
Special Master In Chancery, Rock Island
Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of tbe
County Court of Rock Island County. Illinois,
made on the petition of tbe undersigned. An
toinette M. Brown and John T. Mercer, ad
mlnlstrators of the estate of Gregory Brown.
deceased, for leave to sell the Real Eseate of
said deceased, at tbe August term, A. D..
lyoi. of said Court to-wit: on tbe 19th day of
August A. D , IW01, we shall on tbe ilh day of
September next, between the hours of ten
o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in the
afternoon of said day to-wlt: at eleven o'clock
in the forenoon sen at - Public Sale, at
the bomestead of said Antoinette M. Brown
(tbe late residence of said deceased) in Town
ship elgQteen (1) North Riintre Two (J) East
or tne f ourtn (4to principal Meridian in said
county, tbe Keal EBtate described as follows,
The West half (4) of tbe South East quarter
f'4 or section Number Twenty-two (-'. ex
cept the East Five 5 Acres of the North half
(4) of said west half Ci): also all that part of
the South West quarter (U) of tbe North East
quarter (! of sa d Section which lies South
of tbe Railroad R'ght of Way. now used and
occupied by the Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy
Railroad Company, containing eighty-eight
and sixty-eight hundredtha hM 6s 10U acres
more or less, situate in tbe County of Rock
Island and State of Illinois.
Tbe North half (S) of tbe South West quar
ter (') and the South half (",) of the North
West quarter ('), subject to the Railroad
R ght of Way, and tbe North West quarter
(4 of tbe North West Quarter ttt aaid
bectlon Number Twenty-two ( "). containing
One hundred and Ninety-seven and sixty hun
dredths (197 riO-luO) acres more or lean, situate
In tbe County of Rock Island and State of
Tbe East half (V4 of the North East quarter
('it and the East half () of tbe Soutu Kant
quarter N ). subject to tbe Railroad Right of
Way, of Section NumnerTwenty-one cm and
tbe smith half Ci of the South West quarter
() of Section Number Twenty-two (X;) con
tainlnr Two Hundred Thirty-seven and one
half (J7(-4 acres more or less, sltuste la the
County of Rock Island and State of Illinois
The North East quarter (' of tbe North
East quarter (4) and all tbat part of the
South West quarter (') of tbe North East
quarter (' of said Section Twentj-two -2t
that lies North of tbe C. B. &. Q. Railroad
Right of Way. containing Sixty-eight and
eighty-two hundredths (riH &M0O) acres more
or less, situate In tbe County of Rock Island
and State of Illinois.
Tbe undivided two-elevenths (2-11) of tbe
fractional East half (H) North of Rock River
of tbe North East quarter Oi) of Section
Number Twenty-eight (-1).
All of tbe above lands being In Townchlp
Number Eighteen (19) North. Range Number
Two (2) East of the Fourth (4th) Principal
Meridian, in the County of Rook Island and
State of Illinois.
The East Thirty-five and Ten one-hundred
t ha (35 10 100) acres of the South half (H)
of tbe North East quarter (i and tbe East
Fifty-two and one-half (5J4) -acres of the
North half (; of the South East quarter ('i)
of Section Number Twenty-seven (77). Ia
Township Number Eighteen. (18) North. Mange
Number Two (2), Eastoftbe Fourth (4th)
Principal Meridian, situate in the County of
Henry, and State of Illinois, on tbe follow ng
terms, to-wit: One-half cash the balance on a
credit of one year, tbe purchaser toogive ap-
?roved seeurlty, and mortgage on the prem
ses sold, to secure the payment of the unpaid
Dated this 3d day of August, A. D.. 190L
AKToismr. M. Bbowk,
John T. IdtsriR,
Administrators of the estate of Gregory
Brown, deoeased. -
Sabacriba for Th Ajraci
The Daily Short Story
The Joneses' Coat of Arms.
By Edward B. Clark.
Mr. and airs. De Courcey Jones live
In a large apartment bouse. Mr. Jones
Is a man of some means and a good
deal of common sense. Mr. Jones nev
er knew exactly bow It was tbat at
vBifuauj uis jjurvui: uuu uuuucu uul
ue courcey. lie suffered under tne
name uecause spiteful popie intimated
tbat, since be bad made a little money,
be was trying to put ou airs and tbat
bis right name was John. One morning
at tbe breakfast table Mrs. Jones, after
fortifying herself wib a cup of coffee
stronger than usual, said sweetly,
"Courcey, dear, I want $100 for some
De Courcey smiled indulgently. He
always did. "Very well, my dear, I'll
try to flx It. What do you want it
Mrs. Jones nibbled at tbe corner of a
French roll. "I know you'll laugh
Courcey," she said presently, "but
want to get a coat of arms, so we can
have it banging over our mantel and
painted on the door of our carriage
when we get one. There was the nicest
man, an Italian, called here yesterday,
and be said all the best families in
town were using coats of arms now
and that be made a specialty of looking
them up and having them drawn and
emblazoned for peop& He bad a great
book filled with the most beautiful
arms and crests that you ever saw. It
represented the work tbat be bad al
ready done for the best families.
"It was Just lovely, and all our swell
neighbors were in it. There were the
Iiurkcs, tbe Smlleys, tbe Stonehams,
the Cottrels, tbe Cutters and a lot
more, and I don't see why we shouldn't
have ours.- Tbe man bad a lot about
their families too. Nearly all of them
are descended from Charlemagne or
Alfred the Great or somebody else. He
said tbe Cutters got tbeir name be
cause one of their ancestors cut off the
beads of a hundred Turks and saved
the life of Richard the Lion Hearted.
and, De Courcey, you know a coat of
arms makes one so distinguished."
'I know Cutter. Melinda," said Mr.
Jones. "His grandfather was a most
estimable tailor, who used to make my
father's clothes down In the little town
In the Chenango valley where I was
born. I'.urke I know too. His ances
tors made glue. They bad a rendering
plant that used to smell to heaven and
beyond. I think of old man Burke's
place every hot night now when the
wind blows from tbe stockyards. There
are lots of tomfoolery about this coat of
arms business, my dear, and, as for tha
Joneses, we never bad a coat of arms,
and I don't believe your Italian friend
can dig one up for us."
"Ob, yes, be can too. lie told ma
that the name Jones was originally
John and that there wasn't the slight
est doubt In the world but that the
family Is directly descended from John
De Courcey smiled a bit grimly. "My
recollection is, Melinda. that the Baj
tist was a bachelor. However, that's
a minor matter. Get your coat of arms
if you want to, but don't expect me
either to sport it or glory in it." ' Then
Mr. Jones filled out a check for ?100
and gave It to bis wife. It was a week
before be asked about the progress of
the coat of arms.
"The man brought a drawing of It to
day." said Mrs. Jones. "It shows a
bent reed ('The wind is blowing. the
man said), a bit of honeycomb and a
grasshopper. He said it was autitejritic
and I'd find it in the Scriptures, which
takes us back much further than any
of the others whose coats be has looked
"You're in great luck, Melinda," said
De Courcey. "that you got In a little
late on the-deal. Have you seen the
morning paper? No? Well, then, lis
ten to this:
" The current number of The Swell
Set contains six pages of reproductions
of the coats of orms of well known
families. The pictures were taken from
series of colored prints prepared by
Giuseppe Macaroni, an Italian. Per
mission to reproduce the coats of arms
was not obtained because the editor of
The Swell Set did not think that any
person could copyright another person's
coat of arms. Mr. Macaroni threatened
suits for Infringement of copyright,
and the editor of Tbe Swell Set settled
with the Italian yesterday for $1,000.
t seems that one person caunot copy
right another person's coat of arms, but
these particular coats of arms were Mr.
Macaroni's own private property. He
Invented them, drew them and copy
righted then), and It fs understood that
he Mas paid $10O each for the use of
them by many of our best families.
who bad only such claims to them as
the Italian chose to allow.'
"Melinda," said Mr. Jones, "here is a
list of the families whoso coats of arms
ppeared In The Swell Set. Are you
not sorry that tbe reed shaken by the
wind is not emblazoned alongside of
the sword of Saracen slaying Cutter?"
Melinda was in tears.
"My dear," said De Courcey, "never
mind the hundred dollars. As I was
coming home tonight I overheard Burke
alking to his coachman. 'James, he
said, 'take the carriage round to
Chronw, tbe painter. Tell him to take
thin cruHt off the panel and put a mon
ogram in Its place.' "Chicago ltecord-
Coaldn't Ftad It.
In one of the earliest trials before a
colored Jury In Texas the12 gentlemen
were told by the Judge to "retire and
find the verdict." .They went into, tbe
icrrrroom. when the opeEiflg aLnd.shut-
tins of' doors 'anH otber rounds of un
usual commotjon were presently beard.
At last tbe Jury came back Into court,
when tbe foreman announced, "We bab
looked ererywhar. Judge, for dat ver
dict, In de drawers and behind da
doahs, but it ain't nowbar in dat bless
C. RELIC OF PAST AGE."
A Centary Old Kewnpaper That Is Re
markably Well Preserved.
Mr. Glenn Brown, tbe architect, has
an interesting relic in the shape of an
old newspaper, probably one of tbe old
eat publications to be found in this
' country It is Tbe
It is The Virginia Gazette
and Alexandria Advertiser,
in Alexandria. The copy is dated Thurs
day, April 25, 1793. The motto of the
paper, which is printed under the title,
is as follows:
O thou by whose almighty nod the scale
Of empire rises or alternate falls.
Bend forth the saving virtues round this land!
There is no mention made of the
names of the publishers or editors, but
an advertisement, which is inserted,
asks for rags, old seines, fishing nets
aad the like to be brought to the office,
so that paper can be made from it.
From this it would seem that the firm
manufactured its own paper.
In the news columns, which form but a
small portion of the paper, the adver
tisements covering a greater part, is a
dispatch dated London, Feb. 25 pre
vious, giving an account of an insurrec
tion in Ireland. There are also publish
ed Paine's reasons for preserving the
life of Louis Capet. The plan of the
new French constitution is given and
a number of dispatches from Paris ap
pear. One of the most interesting advertise
ments in the paper is that of a lottery.
It states that it will be given by the
commissioner appointed to prepare the
publio buildings, etc., within the city
oX Washington for the reception of con
gress and for their permanent residence
after the year 1800. Samuel Blodgett
was the agent for the affair in this city.
The capital prize was a hotel, with all
furnishings, valued at $50,000. There
were casli prizes of $25,000, the whole
amounting to $350,000. The lottery,
by the way, was never bold, as much
opposition was developed against it.
Samuel Blodgett was the one whose
heirs claimed a large portion of the na
There are several advertisements for
runaway slaves, offering rewards of
from 8 to $10. There is an offer of a
reward of f 40, which would seem large
compared with those offered for tbe
runaway slaves, for eight bushels of
clover seed, stolen from Mount Vernon.
The advertisement goes on to state that
the clover seed was stolen from the
granary and is supposed to have been
taken by negroes. It is signed by An
thony Whiting, who was Washington's
There is an advertisement in the pa
per of the celebrated horse Dclipse, from
which many of the thoroughbred horses
of the present day have descended.
There is also an advertisement of the
opening of the city tavern at the sign
of the "Bunch W Grapes" by John
Wise. The statement is made that
northern and southern mails will arrive
at the office until Nov. 1 on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 p. m.
On one of the pages is a song com
posed for Lodge No. 10 "of Charles
town, " commonly called Portobacco.
The paper consists of four pages of
four columns each. The size of the
sheets is about 12 by 18 inches. The
paper was published Thursdays of each
week. The s's were all like f 's. The
paper Las been remarkably well pre
served. Washington Star.
Miracles and IiIrttaot lsm.
"lie (Pugin) visited Sant' Andrea
della Fratte, the scene of the miracu
lous conversion of Abbeliatisbonne, the
Jew. Abbe Ratisbonne entered the
church a Jew and came out a Christian,
having seen there, he statod, a vision of
our Lady. 'The story, ' Pugin said after
seeing the church, 'is demonstrably
false. The "man could not have said a
prayer in such a hideous church. Our
Lady could not have chosen such a
church for a vision. The man could
have had no piety in him to have staid
in such a church at all.'
"The friend to whom his remarks
were addressed replied, 'As I heard the
story, Batii-bonne was not at the mo
ment praying, but thinking of the un
couthness of the architecture of the
place.' Pugin's whole face changed. 'Is
that so? Then he was a man of God. He
knew what true Christianity was,
though ho was a Jew. I honor him,
Our Lady would have come to him any
where. The story is demonstrably
true.' " "Life of Cardinal Wiseman,
by Wilfrid Ward.
A rOUSO LaDX'8 LIFE SATED.
At Panama, Colombia, Itv Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhra Keruady.
Dr. Charles II. Utter, a prominent
physician, of Panama, Colombia, in a
recent letter, states: "Last March i
had as a patient a yountr lady sixfenn
jears of age, .who had a very bad at
tack of dysentery. Everything I pre
scribed, for her proved ineffectual and
he was crowing worse every hour
Her parents were sure she would die,
She had become so weak that she
could not turn over in bed. What to
do at this critical moment was a study
for me. bat I thought of Chamber
lain'a Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoa
Remedy and as a last resort prescribed
it. The most wonderful result was
effected. Within eight houra she wai
fcellnir much better; inside of three
days sho was upon her feet and at the
end of one week was entirely well. '
For sale by all druggists.
Eruptions, cuts, barns, scalds and
ores of all kinds, quickly healed by
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Certain
cure for, piles. xeware oi counter
feits. Be sure you get the original
DeWitt's. B. II. Bieber and Hartz &
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Low rate tickets to Buffalo on sale
via the C, R. I: & P. .railway. Your
choice of eight Chicago trains and any
line east of that point.
Leave via the C. R. I. & P. railway
at, 5:20 p. m., arrive at Colorado
Springs at 4:30 or Denver at 4:45 the
Through chair car
Homescekers' tickets to a number
of points north, wcJt and southwest
on the first and third Tuesday in July
and August via the C, R. I. & P. rail
way. Make sleeping car reservations and
secure tickets -to all points at the
Chicago, Kock Island & Pacific city
ticket office. 1813 Second avenue,
$17.95 and $19.45 for round trip
tickets to Buffalo, N. Y., good for 10
days; $22 60 and $24.60 for 15-day
tickets and $28.95 and $30.20 for 30
day tickets via the C, R. I. & P. rail
way. Eight through trains daily for
Chicago, making connections at that
point with all eastern lines.
Dally excursions to Buffalo and
New York via the Nickel Plate road.
Through trains to New York City
without change. Vestibuled sleepers
from Chicago to Boston; dining cars
on all trains. Meals served on Amer
ican club plan at from 35 cents to $1.
Write John Y. Callahan, general
agent. 111 Adams street, Chicago, for
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q.
railroad company, will have on sale
Sept. 3 and 17, home aeekers' excur
sion tickets at ooe 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.
Ially Kscarslons via Nickel Vlate Bonfl
From Chicago to Buffalo and New
York. Special low rates and favora
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or address John Y. Callahan, fener&l
agent, 111 Adams stieet, Chicago.
913 to Buffalo fan-Amerlcsn and Re
Tickets on sale daily via the Nickel
plate road, good returning 10 days
from date of sale. Especially low
rates for 15 and 20-day limit from
Chictgo to Biffalo and return. Tick
ets at lowest rates to all points east.
John Y. Caiiaban, general agent, 111
Adams street, Chicago. Chicago city
ticket office, 111 Adams Btreet.
Low Bates to Buffalo Fan-American.
The Nickel Plate road is selling
tickets at exceptionally low rates to
Buffalo and return, good for 10- 5
and 20 days. For particulars and
Pan-American folder of buildups and
grounds, write John Y. Callahan,
general agent, 111 Adams street. Chi
cago. City ticket office, 111 Adams
oj Quality and make, oj j
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S. M. ARNDT & CO.,
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o o o o o o o
Colon a Sand
Oftwed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excolled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
walTwith alkali, eto. Plans sent
as for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly a our expense
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C. B. A Q. R. R.
xtains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
itone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos tf
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell A Lynde's build
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of what we think of them."
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"Investors' Review'' all speak highly
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Call and learn about them or address
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Traders Ins. Co.. - - Chicago, 111
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa
Beckf ord Ins. Co. - - Rockf ord, 111.
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. Btate of 111., - Rockf ord, 111
Offloe, Room 8, Buford bloek. Rates
as low as consistent with security
J. M. Buford,
The old fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any
ean afford. Youx
It's Quality that Counts,
In Coal It's quality that makesheat, t s
quality that retains it. It s quality tbat
makes possible consumption of 90 per
cent of the combustible part of It, leav
ing a licht, clean ash: lastly, It'squallty
that lessens your fuel bills you're not
paying for dirt, refuse or unburnaMcs.
Tbe coal we handle both hard and soft
deserves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
Tom A. Marshall
; I tome Dwtancc LiiaXft
4-v GENERAL 0mCS
I CTICS AND TOH3ATAQgVl
' TCtf GRAPH OA TCS.
111. Pleasant, Iowa,
Nw Borton, m.
Kew Windnor, Itt,
North Bendarson, 111.
Port Byron, HI.
Prairie Ottj, 111.
Kock Inland. 111.
Pwan Creak, III.
Ht. Augustine, IU,
Taj lor Ki dgo, III.
Walnnt Grove, TJL
West Liberty, Iowa,
Yates City, III.
Columbus Jc, Iowa.
Cedar BaptdR, Iowa.
It irk wood, TU.
Rithnbarg, UU .
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McCASKRIN & McCASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island offloe
aver Kreil & Math's store. MUan offloe o
C. OOS5ILLT. s. D. COHWsUXT.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thorn a' drug;
tore, corner of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HURST. "
a ttorneys at Law.
Offloe In Rock Island National Bank Building.
M. I LDDOLPH. . ROBERT. B. BBTR9LDS
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public 1705 Seoond avenue, Buford
B. D. BWEKHST. a. I WALKSBl
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
OfQpe In BengBtonbloek.
C. J. BBABX.B, . a B. MARSHALL
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate seeurlty.
MltoheU St Lyr-da block. Rock Island, Illinois
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at1 Law.
Loan money on good seeurlty; make collec
tions. Reference, MitcbeU St Lynda, bankers.
Offloe, MltcheU St Lynde building,
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Offlce over Math's confectionary store. K 18
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rook Island. Room 4,
llltcheU A Lynde building.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
Ohlldren, also diseases of eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office hours 8:30 to 12 a. m., I to p.
m. 821 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
. N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to 4.-00 and after
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
AU diseases of horses and eattle treated oa
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed in a scientific mancsr. bogs treated.
AU calls promptly attended to. Offloe and
nSrmary, Frick & Kautz's livery barn.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Store.
Offlce hours from 8 to IS a. m. and 1 to p m
J. T. TAYLOR.
Office hours 8:80 to 12 a. m., 1:Wtot:00 p. m
HO Rlghteenth street. Opposite Union offloe
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Bloek. Second Boor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second ayenua. Telephone
It's a Mot Subject
To talk about, but we are mu
tually interested in SUMMER
PRICES FOR WINTER FUEL.
is our principal article for all
heaters, but we are pushing FO
CAHONTAS, INDIANA BLOCK
at loss prices for furnaces.
We Want Your Order
E. B. McKOWN.
Fifteenth street and First Avenue.