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Always the Best I
o Everything j;
At prices iower than elsewhere
This coming week we offer some of the rarest of values.
Big Grocery Department.
Postam Cereal, regular 15c package 11c
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, regular 15c package 10c
Fancy Sweet Corn, can 8c
Sweet Wrinkled Peas, the best 15c pea packed, can 11c
Home Made Catsup, bottle 5c
Genuine Boston Baked Beans, large 15c cans 10c
.1776 or Roseine Washing Powder, regular 5c package 21c
6 pounds ef the Finest Lump Starch S5o
Fresh Oatmeal Crackers, pound ; 8c
Fresh Frosted Creams, pound 8c
10 pounds New Hominy 25c
Fancy Strawberry and Raspberry Preserves, 1 pound glass jars. . 10c
Good Table Jelly, 1 pound cans 5c
Veal Loaf, 15c can 10c
Fancy Nectarines, large and delicious, best California evaporat
ed, 1 pound 12Jc
70-pound sack Dairy Salt 42c
56-pound sack Table Salt 48c
Good Java and Mocha Coffee, 51 pounds $1, pound 19o
Plantation Java Coffee, the strongest grown. 4J pounds $1, pound 25o
Plantation Combination Coffee, regular 30c, this sale 5 pounds
f 1, pound 23c
10 bars High Grade Liundry Soap 25c
We place on sale this week 1,000 pounds Fresh Wrapped Cream
Caramels candy stores sell same gr&'le at 20c our price,
Peaches. Plums, Crabapples, Pears, etc , in large quantities by
the bushel for canning, all this week. Lowest prices on sugar and
Cut Price Drug Department.
The drug combine have done their best to keep us from getting
patent medicines and drug sundries. Why is it? Because they
know we will cut the price down to within the people's reach. We
refuse to charge the exorbitant prices regularly charged and will sell
at a living protit only.. We have the goods, too. A full assortment
of pitent medicines, drug sundries, chamois skins, rubber goods,
sponges, perfumes, etc.
Quinine, Park Davis company brand, the beat.
3-grain Capsules, dozen 12c
2-grain Capsules, dozen lc
Genuine Dalmation Insect Powder, large can 10o
Liebig's Beef. Wine and Iron, f 1 bottle 39c
Hot Water Bottles, every one tested and guaranteed, this sale:
2 -quart size, regular 79c 49c
3 quart size, regular 99c 59c
Bel laden a and other piasters, regular 25c, this sale 10c
House Furnishing Department.
Wood Stoves, an elegant line up from $148
Stove Pipe, best smooth iron, 2 for 25c
Stove Poker, cold handle, nickel plated, up from 5c
Stove Scraper, you need one now 5c
Coal Shovels, all kinds, up from 2c
Fire Guards don't use your tire place without one 85s
Coal Hods, up from 15c
Chopping Bowls, all kinds, up from 5c
Chopping Knife, any kind, up from 5c
Fry Pans, full line, up from 5c
Pillow Sham Holder, a dandy 10c
The Emerson Co.
WE CURE WHEN
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Our Bsetrla Maeoina for
ths treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay work.
NERVOUS DEB DUTY, Exhaustive drains. Sleeplessness, Threatened Insat
Ity, Wcit Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition doe to nervous sihaujtla
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Lire
and Skin Diseases sen be quickly and permanently oured by our advanced system of mad'
VARICOCELE li the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why trea
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent cue in seven days by our raicUi
methods. Hydrocele eared In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult ci. Wi
save cured many eases given up as hopeless, and we may be able to euro you. Barries
operation performed at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you eannol
afford to place your ease In the bands of those who hare had little or no practical exper
leneeln the treatment of ehronle diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as surgeon-In-
ehlefofSt. Anthony's Hospital together with the f set that be has cured hundreds wht
were pronounced Incurable by others during toe Ore years he has bees 1 nested la Daves
port, proves onoluaively that ho is too physician you should consult it you want to gsi
, Best of reference and credential
Only Curablo Casos Takon. XrT":
Hears, IS as tm sad so p. so. Sunday 11:30 to 1:30 p. m,-
Offioe 124 West Third Street M'Cullocgh Building. Davenport. I
Rock Island Savings Bank
Rode Island. Ill
Incorporated Under the
Mobtst LoAsrxD Oa Fxbsowax Colxatkal Ob Rial Estatb Bsoubxtx
J. M. Buford, President 9
,, John Crubaugh, Vloe Presides.
Y. Greeaawait, Cashier.
I f C the business July t, ISM, and OS espy Ins
E. eomer or MlAhai
Lynde s uv building.
that's what you'll find here. 4
Davenport, Iowa. 4
OR. J. K. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
Burgeon-In 'Chief of St.
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. B. Cable,
H. P. HoJ.
X. W. Hurst,
I. U. Buford
ousitors "Oon aid Hmrtt
The Daily Short Story
Whitcomb' Coyote Dog
Whlteorab kicked bis dog fclckod
him savagely. That was IS years ago
at Sunflr, a small settlement on I'epper
creek, in the then Dakotas. Vty curi
ously looked at the dog to ascertain
what effect this particular kiekvou'.d
have on hlifi. for It was at leatst the
oue thousandth he had received from
his master in tbe course of three tyears
of troubled life. Usually this dogUook
tbe kick, dropped his tail, slunk iitto a
corner and watched Ills master out of
a siDgle eye until the latter's good t hu
mor was restored. This afternoon- he
did not do this. He turned away with
out a yelp, set his scarred body on the
trail to Tortland and temporarily dis
appeared. Whitcomb was the deputy sheriff of
the county, stationed at Sunny. He re
garded himself as niastier of anything
and everything in the town. Men that
kick dogs usually carry that opinion
with tlieni. Whitcomb Im Sunny, stood
for the law and his owli ends. iWben
the two conflicted, the law went fish
ing. But it was a singular thing that
while- Whitcomb carried so much au
thority and imposing presence around
he never met a man who daTed to defy
ilm but what he immediately became
his best friend. Men that kick dogs
have that peculiarity also. It was sin
gular, too, that the only thing in Sun
fly which Whitcomb ever outrageously
abused was his coyote dog. This he
kicked at every opportunity kicked so
hard that Watson, the freighter, look
ing Into the dog's bloodshot eyes one
day. said seutentiously to ;Vhitconib:
"He'll turn on you some day."
The dog cniue from nowhere. He
drifted In out of tbe wild of tbe buttea
one day and immediately attached
himself to Whitcomb. Perhaps he had
a cross of coyote in him; more probably
he did not. But he was long, lank,
heavy fanged, big of mutscle, marvel
ous In endurance? he ran one day CO
miles behind Whitcomb's jgray Indian
mare without a sup of water. Ho
minded his own business strictly, even
as to other dogs. The few of his own
race that disturbed him were killed so
quick they did not realize he was at
Why he took to Whitcomb no one
could explain, but he did. and, al
though kicked from pillar to post,
beaten with pistol butts and cut with
quirts, he was loyal to his first choice
that is, lie was loyal uirtil this par
ticular day when he was kicked for
the last time. When h? trotted away
from Whitcomb's otlic-e, altliuugh we
did not know It. he forever severed
himself from that Individual.
Watson, eomimr across the trail with
provisions, nut him at Grass Butte, a
mile from town. lie was high up the
butte, perched on a shelf, looking far
Into the west. Watson whistledto him,
and he came down, dragging fhls big
but bruised frame after hinH slowly.
He licked the freighter's hand. sniffed
at the horses and then returned' to the
vantage ioint he had occupied, only
this time ho faced the east, lookingito
Watson was not a superstitious fel
low, but when he rode into town, and
passed Whitcomb's office he called out:
Going over Grass Itutte way to
Whitcomb nodded. Walsou. shook his
"That dog of yours Is out there, and
he's waiting for trouble."
Whitcomb laughed, shook himself
"I reckon he'll never bother me. lie's
Just a bit sulky."
"Ail right." answered Watson, "but
I know those coyote dogs, and I know
your dog, and he's waiting for you.
You Just remember that."
Whitcomb paid no more attention to
him, and the rest of us forgot Grass
Butte and the dog. About 8 o'clock
that evening Whitcomb rode out of
town with jvvouug fellow by the namo
of Owens. o was paj'ing attention to
Owens' sister, and she was living at
the ranch in the meadows five miles
west of Grass Butte. It was dark
when the two cleared the town, but
they were headed straight for the
butte. When Its shape rose out of the
blackness before them, Whitcomb sud
denly thought of his dog and said to
"I wonder If that beast is waiting for
Owens could not tell him, so when
they came to the butte Whitcomb dis
mounted and whistled. He was evi
dently anxious to call tbe dog to him
and show anew his power over It.
Something rustled on the mass of shale
Owens told the rest of the story later.
"Whit called to the dog and then
whistled again, and then I saw some
thing big come through the darkness
as if It was shot out of a gun. Wbit
ripped out an oath, and then he fell
down, and the big thing was on him,
and I thought It was a lion or some
thing else, and I come back to town as
fast as' I could for help."
Watson was the first to get Into the
saddle for rescue. The rest came hur
riedly after him. Grass Butte was very
quiet, and so was Deputy Sheriff Whit
comb. He was lying by the trail, face
to the stars, his throat torn open and
the life gone from him. One hand was
on his gun. but he never bad strength
enough to pull it.
As for the coyote dog. he was not to
be seen, but the next, day his trail ,of
blood was followed westward for miles
and miles, but his pursuers never
caught up with him. He had gone on.
to safety, ; leaving the ' marK pr nis
vengeance at the base of Grass Butte.-
Chicago Record-Herald. '
The EnxlUh Are Vnmtlltarr.
Tartly from historical and partly per
haps from racial causes the. English
are essentially unmilltary. They resent
the control of soldiers. They distrust
military ideals. No government that
ever existed in this country was more
unpopular than that of Oliver Cromwell
and his major generals. Its unpopu
larity left an indelible mark on English
Institutions. . For many years It made
it Impossible to have a standing army.
Even when the course of events made
it necessary to concede that much to
the military necessities of the time it
still remained a maxim for centuries
with all politicians that as little power
as possible must le granted to the sol
diers; that their business was to fight
our wars, and, this being done, that
there was little or no place for them In
We do (not think It necessary to de
fend thiar attitude of mind. Like most
popular feelings, it Is largely unjust,
but also., like many popular feelings, it
is based' to some extent on a true con
ception. Politically, using the word In
its largest sense, the domination of the
military 'idea In a state is calamitous.
It tends, we believe, to destroy individ
uality and Is a serious menace to indi
vidual liberty. English Monthly Re
view. Tbe Third Handle.
The best account of the origin of the
loving cup comes from the late Lord
Lyons, British embassador at Paris.
Henry IV of Prance while hunting be
came separated from his companions
and, feeling thirsty, called at a wayside
Inn for a cup of wine. The serving
maid on handing it to him as he sat on
horseback neglected to present the han
ule. Some wine was spilled, and his
majesty's white gauntlets were soiled.
While riding home he bethought him
that a two handled cup would prevent
a recurrence of this, so his majesty
had a two handled cup made at the
royal potteries nud sent it to the inn.
On his next visit he called again for
wine, when, to his astonishment, the
maid, having received instructions
from her mistress to be very careful of
the king's cup, presented it to him by
holding it herself by each of its han
dles. At once the happy idea struck
the king of a cup with three handles,
which was promptly acted upon, as his
majesty quaintly said, "Surely, out of
three handles I shall be able to get
oneT' Hence the loving cup.
Spirits Above and Below.
"Many years ago," writes a New
Hampshire clergyman in the Boston
Journal, "it was the custom to store
liquors In church cellars In Boston;
not all of them, but many of them.
As late as ISTiO. and probably later, the
cellar of the stone church on Bowdoin
square was used by the Trull distillery
near by (Pitts street. If I am right) for
the ripening In hogsheads of New Eng
land rum. Some one found a hymn
look In a pew and copied in there the
"There are irtrits above and spirits below,
The rpirits of love anil the spirits of woe. f
The spirits above are tbe spirits of love;
The spirits tx-low are the spirita of woe.
The spirit above is the spirit divine;
The spirits lliw are the spirits of wine.
'I have myself frequently watched
the men putting hogsheads of rum into
tbe cellars or taking them out."
Foar Pcrf ret AV omen.
The prophet Mohammed Is reported
to have said that "among men there
had been many perfect, but not more
than four of the other sex have attain
ed perfection to wit, Asiah, Mary,
Khadijah and Fatima." Asiah was the
wife of the pharaoh of the Exodus.
She forsook the faith of her fathers, on
account of which her husband subject
ed her to many cruelties. The Virgin
Mary was the second perfect woman,
Mohammed stating that "she had bee
exalted aIove nil the women of the
world." Khadijah was the first wife
of the rrophet, "a princess among wo
men." Fatima, according to Moham
med, was the fourth perfect woman,
she being his beloved daughter.
The Bill Would Grow.
"I've brought you a little brother,"
said the doctor.
"No." said the impossible child; "the
stork brought my little brother."
"Well, I'm the stork." said the doctor.
"But where Is your bill?" said the im
It is claimed by those who should
know that an impossible child Is prob
ably never wittier than upon the occa
sion of somebody being born into the
family. Detroit .Journal.
Old rhorrh Lotteries.
A citizen of Wilklnsburg. Pa., owns
an old lottery ticket which reads as
follows: "No. 2T7. Presbyterian church
lottery. Authorized by law. This ticket
will entitle tbe possessor to such prize
as shall be drawn to its number. If de
manded within 12 months after the
drawing, subject to 20 per cent deduc
tion. M. Wilkfhs, president of the board
of managers. Pittsburg, June 3, 1S07."
Maid Worth Ilavlnsr.
The Mistress (entering the kitchen)
Jane, didn't I hear a dish break a min
The Maid. I hope you did, mem. It
made noise enough. If you hadn't
heard it, I should have thought you
were getting deaf, and that, you know,
Would be awful. Boston Transcript.
t'npleasant to Have Aroaad.
"Are you still engaged to Mr.
"No; I broke it off last week. I was
afraid to marry him. lie knows too
much. I gave him some ribbon to
match, ne found it in the first store
he went to, and he bought it for 2 cents
below the regular price."
Iceland exports sulphur. Iceland
jxosa-jtooL dried fistu eealskipjuiAo.ii1
whale oil and baleen, eiderdown, bird
skins and ponies. Its manufactures
are entirely domestic.
Mrs. Many cooks (severely) Didn't I
hear a man talking loudly with you in
the kitchen just now, Mary?
Alary (complacently) Oi hope so.
mam, for thin Oi can call yez as a wit
ness in a case av braich av promise suit,
ma'am. Brooklyn Eagle.
Stood Death Off.
E. B. Mnnday, a lawyer of Henri
etta, Tex., once fooled a grave-digger,
lie says: "My brother was very low
with malarial fever and jaundice. I
persuaded him to try Electric Bitters
and he was soon much better, but
continued their use until he was
wholly cured. I am sure Electric
Bitters saved his life." This remedy
expclls malara, kills disease germs
and purities the blood; aids digestion,
regulates liver, kidneys and bowels,
cures constipation, dyspepsia, nervous
diseases, kidney troubles, female com
plaints; gives perfect health. Only
50c a bottle at liartz & Ullcmcycr's
Gives one backbone; you're lovelier
to look upon. You'Jl love yourself
better aiter taking Rocky Mountain
Tea msde by . Madison Medicine Co.
35c. T. H. Thomas' Pharmacy.
In conformity with an set of the general as
sembly of the Kta.e of Illinois entitled an "Act
toprevtnt and puoiU) tbe unlawful busing,
sel.inK, Veepicg for sale, usinp. liUing or traf
ficking, in vans. tubs, tirkios. boxes, bottles,
rusks, barrels, keijj, cartons, tanks, fountains,
vessels or containers; to provide for meres
Istration of names, brards. designs, trade
marks, devices and other marks of ownersh'p
in connection with such articles, and to pro
tect tbe owners thereof." Approved Mav 11,
101, in force July 1, 11H)1.
A. D. Hueslng, whose princioal office is In
tbe city of Rock Island, in the county of Koi k
Island and tbe state of lllino s. does bereby
ceitlfy and declare that he is the owner of
certain bottles, syphons, boxes and shipping
caars with bis design, trade mark, device
and mark of ownership blown In tbe gla&s of
said bottles, etched vu the syphons and sten
ciled on the aid boxes and sbipplt.K cases;
that tbe design, trade mark device aDd mark
of ownership on said bolt es. syphons, boxes
and shipping case Is as follows, to-wit:
Un tbe sides o( some of the bottles and sy
phons is the name A. D. Huef-irp. wiia the
words "Rock island. Ill ," beneath the name;
alsothe letters a. D. H arranged in tbe form
of a uunogram in tbe cent r of same, said
monogram also on the bottom of some of said
bottles: on tbe sidts of other bottles and sy
phons is the Damn A. 1. riuesiog. with tbe
words Kook Islaid, 111., arranged in tbe form
of a circle.
All syphons have tbe name, A. D. Ilueslng,
stamped in metal heads.
On tbe sides of other bottles Is tbe name,
Greectleld & Co.. and tbe words. Hutchinson,
Kan., arranged In tbe form of a circle.
On the sid s of other bottlrs is the name
"American Mineral Water company" and tbe
words bt Louis, ao , arranged in the form of
The brands acd deslgrs upon the boxes ar.d
shipping cases are as follows, to-wit:
On tbe ends of said boxes and shipping cases
are tne letters a. i. h , witn tne words a. u,
HueMng, soda and mineral waters. Kock Is
land, 11'.. on the sides of said boxes aud ship
In witness whereof the sail A. I) Hues
Ing has hereunto set bis h.tnd and seal this II h
dav of September, A. u , v.m.
(seal) A. D. He ksini;.
e tale of Illinois,
Rock Island County. ( M
A. IX liuebing being llrst duly sworn, deposes
snd srs that be rat read tec foregoing am
davit and snows tne contents thereof, and
that tbe same is true, both In substance and
in I set.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th
day of September, A. D ,
(Seal) t P. Goijjsmith,
Notary 1 ublic
Tom A. Marshall
Cr'S AND TOMMS AT ABOUT
'I TCIZ6RAPH OATCS..
I.tJ burn, Iowa.
Ml. rieaant, Iowa.
Ji-w HoMon, 111.
ew Windsor, Hi.
North llendersou, 111.
I'ort Byron, IU.
rrairie City, IU.
Kock Island, UL
Bwan Creek, Til.
Ht. Anguetine, IU,
TaMor kidge, 13.
Walnut Ornre, UL
WM I,iterty, Iowtt,
Vstea City, I1L
Columbus Jc, Iowa.
!iar Kapttix, Iowa.
1m Moines, Iowa.
Fort Madison, Iowa,
AND PACIFIC NORTHWEST
BEST PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
vis Scenic Route to California through
Colorado snd Utah
WEDNESDAY'S. THURSDAYS aaa FRIDAYS.
Via Southern Route to Callfortiis threugh
Oklahoma and Texas
Via Scenic Route to Portland, Ore.
For Information snd "Tourist Dictionary"
address Ticket Agents. C. R. I. ec P. Rr..
Davenport, lows. Rock Island or floluM. III.
PMfPSslnnfll Parrle X
McCASSRIN & McCASKBIN,
Attorneys at La. w.
RMk Tlani mtiA aril., T
over Kreil Math s store. Milan offlea o
a COHHMXT. - a D. COMKXY.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY.
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thorn.1 Am
store, corner of Second avenue snd Seven-
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rock Island National Bank Building.
M. I LUDOLPH. BOB BUT. B. BBYKOLDS
LUDOLPH A REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public. 1705 Second avenue, Buford
S. O. SWSCNBT. a I WiLKIB
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengstonlbloek.
O. J. SBABLB. a B. MARSHALL,
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on pood real estate security.
MitoheU & Lyre's block. Rock Island, Illinois
McENlRY & MCENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on pood security; make eolleo
tlons. Reference, Mitchell & Lynde, bankers.
Office, Mitchell & Lynde building-,
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office over Math's confectionary store. KIS
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rook Island. Boom 4,
ttltchell & Lynde building.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Sneclal attention to diseases of women and
shlldren, also diseases of eye, ear, nose and
throat. Ufflce hours 1:30 to li a. m., I to p.
ax. izi Sixteenth street, Kock island.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. nx, 2:00 to 4:00 and after
l:w p. m.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a scientific manner. Dogs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Office and
nnnnary, rack & ixautz s uvery oarn.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
StMv,a Shw thn ItsMtShn RhrM Riafa.
Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 6 p m
J. T. TAYLOR.
Offlee hours 8:30 to IS a. m., 1:80 to 8:00 p. m
(IBM Eighteenth street. Opposite Union offloe
DRACK A KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Beoond Boor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
Olty store, 1807 Second ayenus. Telephone
Sftwed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
Tot cheapness, dnrabilltj and
beauty excellod bj none. Thli
atone does not wash or oolor the
wall with alkali, etc Plans sent
as for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. B. A Q. R. R.
Xtains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitor! off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
. Samples of Stone and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell A Lynde1! build
ARTHUR BURBA LL, Mant gtr
Roac Island or Colona. UL
Quaker Medicine Co.'s
And every night this week
on the lot
24th Street and Firth A venae
Singing, Dancing, Plantation
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE
rjHlOAQO, ROOK ISLAND
Paoiflo Railway Tickets
ean be purchased or baraite
eheeked at City Ticket office,
1813 Second avenue, or C, K.
LAP. denot. nrnr Ff ftn
avenue and "hlriy-nrat street. Fraak U. Plum-
I S48T. I
Jenver Limited AOmaba...
ft. Worth, Denver A K. O.
it 1:10 arc
HO: 35 pm
til: 10 pm
T o:w air.
t 60 am
t 8:00 arc
1 12:06 am
Omaha sad Dea Moines....
Jtcaa dt L,lcooin Ki
t 3:06 am
Oes Moines A Omaha
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha.
Dea Moines Express
9 a. Paul A Minneapolis.
Denver. Ft. Worth A K. C
8. -05 am
f Q-lfc nm
Uansas Ulty.st Joe ALmvr
r o:ju am
t 8:25 pm
t S.M tm
t T:fU pm
tKoek Island A Washington
Ubioaeo & les Moines..
t z:it pm
s as nn.
Bock Island A Brooklyn Ac
lurcana hock island...
Chicago, A Davenport. ..
' Arrival. Departure, j Dally, except Sun
iDaUy except Saturday. All others daily. Ts
XPUSLINOTON ROUTE O.,
Second Avenue and Twen
af. J. TOUNQ,
LSi VS. AHHIVB.
tt- L. Springfield, Peoria.
Qulncy via Galesburg
"eorta, Bearastown, Bur
Uric ton. Denver and
7:15 ami fl:50 am
West !tZ:40 pm
St. L.. Kas. City, Denver!
and PaciQo Coast via: I
Galesburg 7:25 pm
Sterling and points Inter-:
mediate ;t7:25 pm
Bast Moline, Suburban tfl:15 am
St. L.. Denver and west. . it
Clinton and Dubuque.
Davenport and Clinton.
Clinton, Dubuque, La
Crosse, St. Paul, Minn.
& West and N. W
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
IHHIOAGO, MILWAUKEE A
ST. PAUL railway D..
R. L AN. W. passenKCr sta
tion at foot oi Sevententh
street. George W. Wood,
-agent. The trains for Du
bubue and nolnts north run
Via Illinois side of river. Tralus for Frecport
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clin
ton and Savanna
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
LSAVS. AKHIV M.
Dubuque and St. Paul
Dubuque acd St. Paul
Milwaukee El press
4. JO pml
All trains dally except Sunday.
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Une avenue) depot ten (10)
minutes earlier than tuna
given. E. L. Goff, Agent.
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Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, l
Oounty of Rock Island. I
In the Circuit Court, September term. In
Fannie T. McFarland vs. William McFarlacd.
Affidavit of non-reldence of the above
named defendant, William McFarland, hav
ing been filed in the clerk's ofllce of tlm
circuit court of the said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
riled her bill or complaint In said court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the tith day of
August, 1901, and that thereupon a sum
mons issued out of said court wherein said
suit Is now pending, returnable on the tMrrt
Monday In the month of September next, us is
by law required.
Now unless you, the said non-resident defen
dant above named. William McFarland, shall
personally be and appear before the
said circuit court on the first day
of the next term thereof to be holdcn
at Kock Island in and for said county on the
16th day of September, A D. litil next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said complain
ant's bill of complaint, the same nd the
matters and thingj therein charged and
slated will be taken as coniessea.
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
Giobgi W. Gambls. Circuit Clerk.
Bock Island, UL, August 6, 1001.
Notice of FnbUcatlon Chancery.
State of Illinois,
County of Rock Island, f 00
la the circuit court. September term, A. D ,
James Balmer vs. Julia Phillips, Frank M.
Phillips. Clyae u. fnuiips. a mo j-nimps,
Maud Adams. Anna M. Phillips Ed ward u.
Phillips, and D. K. Moberly and Frank S.
Cool, administrators of tbe estate of D. K.
lTiillips. deceased, in chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the said .lull
Phillips. Frank M. Phillips. Clyde C. Phillips,
Artie PhilliDs. Maud Adams. Anna M Phillips,
Fdward D. Phillips, and D. K Moberly. admin
istrator of the estate of D. K. Phillips, dc
ceaned. havlns been tiled in the clerk's otfleo
of tbe circuit court rf said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non resi
dent defendants that the compiaioant filed
bis bill of complaint in said court, on the chan
cery side thereof, on the 1-th day of Augu-it,
i ao I 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. tbe said non-resident
defendants above named Julia Phillips,
Frank M Phillips, Clyde C. Phillips. Artie
Phillips, Maud Adams, Anna M. Phillips. F1
ward D. Phillips and D. K Moberly. admini-
trator of tbe estate of D. E. Phillips. decea.sed.
shall oersonallv be and appear before said cir
cuit court on the first day of tbe next term
thereof, to be nolaen at tne court nouse in
ue city of Rock Island, in and for the said
county, on tbe sixteenth day of Septem
ber next, and dead, answer, or demur to the
said complainant's bill of complaint, tbe same
and tbe matters ana tnings tnerein onargea
and stated will be taken as confessed, and a
decree entered against you, according- to the
prayer of said bliL
Rock Island. Ill . Aug. 13.
SsAKt.E & MABbHALXs Complainant's Solici