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THS AUGrTTS. TUESDAY'. SEPTEMBER 17, 1901,
Over 1,200 Cures Made in the TrbCltles
During the Past Two Years by the
Neiv Method of
The German-English Specialists
Offices Demokrat Bldg. 205 West Third St. Davenport, Iowa.
Y . f V
Practice Limited to the Treatment of
Chronic Diseases and Surgery, ' Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
Diseases of the STOMACH. LIVER. KIDNEYS and BLADDER.
CATARRH of NOSE. THROAT, STOMACH and MIDDLE EAR cured
by the BERLIN SYSTEM.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
DISEASES OF MEN Stricture. Gleet. Varicocele. Hydrocele, etc.
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. Their Electrical Appliances for treatment
of diseases of the NERVOUS SYSTEM. PAR ALY3I3.NERVOUS PROSTRA
TION. WASTING OF MUSCLES, RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA, PEL
VIC INFLAMATIONS. PILES. ABSORBING 3UMORS, and X-RAY.
Work are the largest and most complete in the state. The latest scien
tific apparatus and methods for treating CONSUMPTION, Asthma, Bron
chitis snd all Catarrhal conditions.
Over 15 years experience In College and Hospital work. Consultation
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.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL, The Niagara Falls Route
S7?e tPanAmerican Special
LEAVING CHICAGO DAILY AT f. I M.. SF.KVIXG DINNFR
AND arriving iiuffalo r.45 a. m. Via Niagara Falls
STOPOVERS AT BUFFALO ON THROUGH TICKE.TS
TO NEW YORK. HOSTOX, AND EASTERN POINTS
O. W. RUGGLES.
General 1'aM'r ami Tkt. Aiii-nt. - CUI'.UiO
Sim ncr Note Bonk and Time Table KMr free
hcnJ 4 cents i:ai;v ir Paa-Amiricau Sjuvcr.ir
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
On XSaetrte Mkchlnc tot
tta rkimect of Nerron
a&4 X-Bay wcrk.
Nervous xnd Private
. of Both Sexes.
UK. J. E. WALSH,
Tormeriy of Chloago,
Bnreon-:a-Chief of Itt.
NESVUU3 DEBILITY. Exhaustive drains. Sieep.essness, Threatened InsAn
Ity, Weak Memory, Hecttl Detnaioca, or any other condition flu to oarroua xaoctlo
CATAIiRLT, Djapepsla, Asthma, Kheumatism. Scrofula. Blood. Kidney, IAvb.
and Skla Dlaeaaaa eaa bo quickly and permanently cured by our adTanoed ayatem of mad;
VARICOCELE ! the moat active cause of Nervom Debility. Why treat
moEtba with others when we g-uarantee you a permanent cur la aevan dayaby O'ir palclat
matboda. Hydrooele eured la tnree Caya no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult p.s. Wi
hare cured many caaea siren up a hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surrica
operav.oos performed at your home if deutred. Abdominal and brain aurgery a epeelaity.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
aeord to place your ease in tbe hacda of tnoae who have had little or no praetloal ezpar
lenee In the treatment of chronic dlaeaaea.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as snrpeon-ia-
nlefofSt. Antbony'a Hospital together with the fact that he haa cured hundreda whe
were pronounced Incurable by other turlnjr toe five yeara be haa been located In Daren
port, proTM onolualrely that he la the pbtalelan youabould oonault II you want to gel
ia Best of reference a id credential'
Only Curabio Cases Taken. Synnotaifwrl'
Hundreds cured by mail.
Bean, 1 a am., a and Tta S . aa. Sunday II JO to 1:30 p. m.
Ofloe 124 West Third Street tl'Culloneh Building. Davenport. la
eauty is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
Laundry. By modern methods and care
ful and skilled help their laundry work
is the best that Is turned out in this vicin
ity. Their services is prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUERSFELD A SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 12 S3.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Hook Ztland. HI.
Incorporated Under the JjA Four Per Cent Paid on
State Law. Interest.
Mom LoajrxD Ok Fxbsobax Coixatxrax Or Real Estax Sxousmr.
3. af. Buford. President.
. John Crubeugh, Vice PraalAeit,
P. Greenawalt, Caaaler.
r'-gte thebtiafneaa July t. 18B0, and ocoupylng
M. E. comer of Mltnbeii
A Ljnde'a w bmidlnf.
H. a Cable,
H. P. HoJ.
K. W. Hi rat,
loUsltort t?aon aad Bum
i. af. Uufoid
The Daily Short Story
August and December.
A summer' seaside scene. "A couple
on the sands. The man Is spvaklng.
"You are as dainty ail as delicately
colored as a miniature of some old
time beauty. You ought I to be set In
She smiled up to him. Then
withdrew her hand from his. and) in
Btlnctively they turned toward theisea
They walked 6lowly down the path to
ward the water edge. -They threaded
a narrow way beneath a cliff that.shel
tered them from view, and phere they
sat down ou a biff rock and looked at
each other. Not a very entfertrunlng
occupation, cynics may think.ibut to
liieiu it Btciutru ait buuilu w.
"It's fall," said Alice atviaSt.! tlrajt-
ping her eyes away and looking (across
the water. The horizon was veiled in
a light mist 'that now andtben gave
vague glimpses of a sail.
"Yes. it's fall." said Fltz f-erald re
gretfully, "but it has been abiessea
"Why?" she asked, turning toward
him and smiling at the useless ques
"Because 1 have spent it with you,'
he said, and the answer, useless as the
question, made him smile too.
"Hut you will forget me soon," she
paid, drawing down her mouth and as
suming a generally woebegone air.
"Never! Because I love you!"
Why had ho not told her before?
Itecause he knew that she knew with
out his telling: because fate had de
t reed that this should be the time and
lie took her hand. Then his arms
were around her. From time imme
morial newly confessed lovers have
klHserf each other, and these dd not
transgress the unwritten law.
"And do you truly, truly love me7
"Yes." she whispered back.
Why did they whisper, when only the
mMin ami some sea urenms aim a.
stranded starfish were there to hear?
And can vou stand living on the
ranch with me? And will you like me
in my cowboy clothes?"
I know that you look like a king la
them. Hut I won t have to ie a cow
cirl. will I? I would be so afraid of
You never shall see a horn if you
inn-t want to. And when shall the
"Oh. it's too soon to think of that,
"No. ,I've lwcn thinking of it all
summer. Haven't you?"
"Yes," die aid uublushlngly, rub
bing her cheek on one of his bands that
she held in both her own. "I can't
leave Annt Martha until her sprained
ankle Is well, and the doctor says it will
take fully three months. Can't you
wait for me that long?"
"If I must." he said ruefully. "But
how can 1 be sure that you love me
when I am so far away?"
She leaned down and picked up a shell
that lay at her feet.
"I love you." she whispered into it.
Then sho held it to his ear. "Do you
hear?" she asked. "It says 'I love you
doesn't it? And as long as it says It
my love shall last, and that means for
It was December. Great changes had
been effected on Fitz Gerald's ranch. A
wing had been added to the one story
frame, and as he was desirous of laying
by all he could Fitz Gerald had done a
great deal of the work with his own
hands. A lawn hadbeen fenced ott
and plowed and rolled and planted, that
the spring rain might bring up a luxu
riant growth of grass. Fitz Gerald In
his mind's eye saw it always green and
closely shaven. A new artesian had
been bored. Packages of flower seeds
for May planting were locked up in one
of the new closets, and just at noon on
a cloudy, windy day home came Fitz
Gerald riding a beautiful little black
horse. lie was on a sidesaddle and had
a gunny sack fastened to the pommel
that its flapping and slippii; might
prcjiaro the horse for the flapping and
slapping of a woman's skirt.
"Any mail, Flynn?" ho asked as he
dismounted and handed the reins to the
man who had come out to meet him.
'Yes, sor; wan letter," said Flynn,
with a knowing and encouraging smile.
The letter was on the hall table. He
gloated over it for a moment. Then
he opened It carefully. A dazed look
came over his face when he began to
read. He walked stiffly Into his little
study and read It again. It said:
'My dear, my direst, I couldn't
help it I love you Just the same.
Aunt Martha made me do it He Is
rich odiously, overwhelmingly rich
and he is young and never will die and
leave toe all his money so that I can
marry you. and I want to marry you.
Aunt Martha hounded me into it. Sho
talked all the time about how she had
taken care of tne ever since I was a
baby, and she said that she couldn't
live alone; that she would have to go
to Oklahoma with us and that the cli
mate would kill her; that the doctor
said it would. And she upbraided mo
with my selfishness In letting her slave
over me all my life and then to break
her heart and drag her down to pov
erty, for she says her money Is all
gone; that by next month she will be
penniless. And you know, dear, you
have nothing. So tomorrow I am to
Fitz Gerald tore the letter in two
and threw it Into the open fire. He
Jerked open a drawer in his desk, took
out a shell and held It to his ear. Then
he roared like a wounded . lion audi
dashed the " shell on the
where It crashed Into
Historically, Mazeppa washetman,
of the Cossacks. He was born of. a no-j
ble Polish family In Podolia and be-,
came a page in the court of JantCas-j
mlr. king of Poland. While In this ca-;
pacity he intrigued with Therisia, the;
young wife of a Podonian count, who
discovered the amour and had the
young page lashed to a wild horse and
turned adrift. The horse rushed in
mad fury and dropped down dead in
the Ukraine, where Mazeppa was re
leased by a Cossack family, who nurs
ed him carefully In their own hut. In
time he became secretary to the bet
man and at the death of tbe prince
was appointed his successor.
Peter I much admired his energy of
character and created him prince of the
Ukraine, but In the wars with Sweden
Mazeppa deserted to Charles XII and
fought against Uussia at the battle of
Poltava. After the loss of this battle
Mazeppa fled to Valentia and then to
Bender. Some say' he died a natural
death and others that he was put to
death for treason by the czar. Lord
Byron makes Mazeppa tell his tale to
Charles after the battle of Toltava. .
Chicago Grata and Produce.
Chicago, Septe. 16.
Foliowlnir were tnt? quotations on the
Board of lra.de today:
How Colorado Drirrt Vu Formed.
Everybody knows, without looking at
the map, how Ixwer California runs
south from the Fncifle coast like a sort
of tail, separated from the United
States for It is a part of 'Mexico, as
some people are not aware by a long
arm of the sea called the gulf of Cali
fornia. Once upon a time the gulf ex
tended In a northward direction 300
miles beyond its present inland limit.
Into this northerly extension the great
Colorado river emptied millions of tons
of detritus annually until the deposit
accumulated In quantity sufficient to
shut off the upper part of the gulf,
which was thus transformed Into a
lake. To begin with, of course it was a
salt lake, but It gradually became fresh
through the influx of water from the
Colorado. Thereupon fresh water
fishes, mollusks and other creatures not
of the brine were developed. in It, and
In this way it happens that the dry
bottom today is covered wltlvtbeir fos
When Ilvea Were Clwap.
In the prison of Luxembourg one of
Fouquler Tinvllle's agents could only
make up 17 convicts out of the list of
IS which had been given him. "I want
one more," he said. lie asked the first
uispect who passed by his name and on
hearing It said. "Yes. it is you." lie
had him carried off, and the nextday
he was guillotined.
On another occasion a warder called
out the name of an aged pri.oner. A
lad who was playing ball In the gallery
mistook the name for his own and ask
ed If he was wanted. "Yes," was the
answer, "come along," and the next
day the boy was guillotined instead of
At Bordeaux a boy of 1G named Mel-
let was guillotined instead of nn old
man of SO named Bellay. On object
ing, he was told that he was 80 years
old in wickedness.
. Tr- a ,T6 .ni: .56
.;i74 ,57,i .57i
.CtUs .i3Ti .aS'i .50
.C .34 .34i; .S4i
.CSV .354 .36
.07-li .38a, .37 .3SVg
1.73 14.S0 14.70 14.70
i.75 15. So 1j. 7"i 15.80
October !M2'A 9.00 S.42'z
January 9.15 9.20 9.15
May 9.0 9.1'0 9.17Vi
October 8.671 8.70 8.63 8.60
January S.L'U 8.15 8.10 8.121
May 8.20 8.20 8.15 8.12V-
May 8.20 8.20 8.13 8.15
Produce: Butter Kxtra. creamery,
20c per lb; extra dairy, 17(&18c: packing
stock. 12c. Kgps Fresh stock, 12 lie
per doz. IJve Poultry Chickens, hens.
SVjC per lb; springs, 10',e; ducks, lip
7Vic. Apples New, Jl.50fir2.50 per brL
Potatoes Per pack,. Sl.0091.05.
Chicago Live Stock. ' ""'
Chicaso, Sept. 16.
ITogs Estimated receipts for the day.
30.000; Rales ranped at $4.25(3.00 for
Pius. $6.2-55 6.S5 for Htrht. $6.206.45 for
rougrh .pecking. J6.257.00 for mixed
and $6.60C(i-7.l0 for heavy packing and
-hipping lots; bulk of the sales at $6.50
Catttte Kstlmated receJpt'9 for the
day, 23.OC0; quotation ranged at JS.OOtf?
6.50 for choicre to extra steers. $5,355
&.S5 for good to choice do., $4.70(35.25
fair to good do.. $4.00(4.75 common to
medium do.. $X60Sr4.00 butchers' steer?.
$4,408x6.00 fed western steers. $2,2044.30
otookern and feeders. $.50fff4.60 cows.
$2.60(35.00 heifers. $2.50Si4.5O bulls ani
oxen. $5.75 5.00 stags, $3.30f? 4.85 Texas
cteers. $3.7." 5.00 grass western, steers,
and $4.50fi 6.00 veal calves.
Sheep and Larr. Kstimated receipts
for the clay. 30.000; quotations ranged at
JS.oo.'aMto westerns, $2.!Kfii4.00 natives.
$.;.40Si 4.1)5 western lambs, and $3.00J
o.OO native Iambs.
East DuflTalo Lire Stock.
ICast Buffao. X. Y Septe. 1G.
Punning & Kteveris. Live Stock Com
mission Merchants, Kast Buraoa. X. Y..
quote aa follows): Cattle iteceipts. 230
cars; market steady for fair to medium;
easier for common at 10(fi"15c lower:
beste steers. $.".7D; fair t-eo good, tt.'O'S)
5.10; lighet to good butechers, $3.80fa
5.15; western steers. $3.6f)fi4.15; bulla
steady. $2.75 3.80: .oteock do.. $2.503.00:
s-tockers. 10il5c lower: feeders. $3.70&)
4.00; stockerp, $3.005i ::.35; freeh cows
steady; veals. $6.C0i f.75. Hogs Re
ceipts. 72 cars: market active; best.
heavy corn fed. $..1C&7.15: mixed. $S.95ff8
7.05; liicrhet to beste YorkTS. $6.75Jz-6.90;
pigs, $6.00W6.13; Michigans. $6.70;
grasers. $u.40Ci6.60: roughs. $6.00Sf6.10.
heep ana Lamlw lteceipts, 60 cars;
liste lambs. 105 15c highr; etops. $5.25(j
5.40; other. $3.503.: sheep steady;
mixed. $1.50'5 3.70; wethera, $3.704.OO;
Hay Timothy, 114; prairie, 112.
Ooal ;) per ton.
Hutter Choice to fair, 17c; fresh creamery.
Henn-tic per pound
Spring Ch ckens i.503 per dozen.
Cattle iiutcbers nay for corn fed steers
4'iefoc; oows and heifers, 3;4clc; calves.
Spinif I-.ttmb.s-t.: 503tl a head.
lioga ItiuW 60.
In conformity with an act of the general as
sembly of the sta.e of Illinois entitled an Act
to prevent ana punish the unlawful busing.
Kebing, beepicg for sale, using, tilling or traf-
ucKing. in cans. tubs, nrkins, boxes, bottles.
casks, barrels, kegs, cartons, tanks, fountains.
Why She Waa Mad.
One morning in kindergarten a wee
mite of womanhood had been trying to
attract the teacher bv every resource
t n-MM, .t,i - ..noi.u ,,.m,.. vessels or containers: to provide for the reg
" " u.uun. nuvui. ui J istration of names, bratds. designs, trade
uarMs. uoviccs HDu uioer marxs 01 ownersnip
In connection with such articles, and to pit
iecs me owners inereor. ' Approved May 11,
. tyoi, m force July 1. Iftu.
I A. D. Huesing. whose principal office Is ia
the city or Rock Island. In the county of Rock
(Island and the state of llllno's. does hereby
ceitify and declare that he is tbe owner of
certain bottles, syphoas, boxes and shipping
cases with bis design, trade ma'k, device
and mark of ownership blown In the glass of
said bottles, etched on tbe syphons and sten
ciled on tne aia Doxes ana enipptrg cases;
rectly saying she had something to tell.
Finally the young girl went over and
sat beside her, whereupon little Rachel
flounced her skirts, puckered up her
forehead and. clinching her hand, ex
claimed. "Oh, dear, but I'm mad!"
The teacher was surprised, for Ra
chel had seemed to be laboring under
a delightful secret. "And why is little
Miss Sunshine angry?" asked the instructor.
Well, everybody was mad at our
house this morning. Mamma scolded
Sister Jane, and auntie scolded mam
ma, and papa said. 'Oil. darn" and left
the table, so I guess I can be cross too!!
Oat of It.
A large number of colliers In Lanca
shire are accustomed to sending a por-
tlon of each week In the public house.
i that the design, trade mark, device and mark
I of ownership on said bott'es. syphons, boxes
I and shipping case Is as follows, 10-wit:
On tbe sides of some of tbe bottlea and sy
phons is tbe name A. u. Huesing, with tbe
words "Rock Island. Ill ," beneath tbe name;
I alsothe letters A. 1J. 11. arranged in the form
' of a monogram in tbe center of same, said
monogram also on the bottom of some of said
bottles: on the sides of other bottles and sy-
pooris is the name A. JJ. Huesing. with the
words Rock Islard, 111., arranged in the form
of a circle.
All syphons have the mmf, A. D. Huesing,
stamped in metal neans.
On the sides of other bottles Is tbe name.
GrceDtield & Co.. and the words. Hutchinson,
Kan., arranged in the form or a circle.
On the sld's of other bottles is the name
"American Mineral Water company" and tbe
words fat. Louis, Mo , an anted in the form of
instead of following their work recu-
la rlf nn.l flu, a nnt harlntv tnAm thon ! a Circle.
' " f Th hpftnllfl nrri riIt,nu linAn thn hnMG ami
shipping cases are as follows, to-wit:
on the ends or said boxes and shipping cases
two or three days a week to draw for
at pay day.
The mother of one of these men, on
being told of 5 per cent advance in
wages, asked her neighbor tbe mean
ing of 5 per cent. A
Her friend replied:
"Why, Mrs. Hodson. dost not know?
It means as every tolme they gettln a
peaund they'll get 21 shillings for it." .
'Oh, dear me," Mrs. Hodson return
ed, "it'll mak no difference to our
Jerry; he never gets a peaund I" Spare
Remarkable Streeta. I
Washington has a street miles
In length; it Is the longest in the world.'
The shortest street is the Rue Ble,
Paris, which Is barely 20 feet long.
The widest street is Market street.
Philadelphia; the narrowest, the Via
Sol, Havana, which is only 3 feet
wide. The highest street is Main
street, Denver, Colo.; the lowest street,
which is below the level of the sea.
Main street, Georgetown, British
Guiana. The cleanest street Is Regent
street, London; the dirtiest Tchang
Tse street, Nankin. London Tit-Bits, i
The area of Texas Is equal to a belt
of land 11 miles wide encircling tbe
earth at the equator or to a strip -of
land more than one mile wide reaching
from the earth to the moon or to a lane
-wide enough for the roadbed of a dou
ble track railway and long enough to
reach from the earth to the sun.
Whales are never found In the guli
trcam. .... . ....i-a
arc the letters a. D. H . with tbe words A. D.
Huesing, soda and mineral waters, Kock Is
land, 111., on tbe sides of said boxes and ship
In witness whereof he said A. D Hues-
iDg has hereunto setbis hand and seal this H-h
dav of September, A. D., liiOl.
(Seal) A. D. Hcesinu.
estate of Illinois, I
Rock Island County, f
A. IX Huesing being first duly sworn, deposes
ana says mat ne c as read toe foregoing am-
davit and knows the contents thereof, and
i that tbe same is true, both in substance and
I Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1 Ith
day of September, A. D. , 1901.
(Real) F. P. Goujsmith,
I Professional Cards. s
A breath of Fine Balsam in every cake.
ff?T J" iMcycle riders,
h 1 red and clun-
ncd hand 4 can
h inds comfort
aMc and civc a
ante to IhrsWin
ly usinc Mar
ADrnffirtnfPrfM-tPuritV "-P made
FOB ROUGH SXKI. 55
raierl it Atm- di:ease terms, keens the pores open
cod ma:es the skin soil and velvety. No other soap
so effective fr purifying and beautifying the complex
ion. The only preventive tf pimples and blackheads.
U$ea uy pnysicians ur cm m silk iwm ainu uuiscij.
f 6c. ciVm &t ledirtir di-vi? a hop, or 3 eakr. iAe. Mailed rm
tvccipiot by Loxdon fei rrt,T Co., aJ Broadway, A.t.
fHESS AND HEAD
if NOISES CURED
quirkl? at knrri hj an tnriaibl .Tic ; help ra mm (Imm
s,f dju,tm. Dim ul lUotiM ; (1711-
for iilmtrslrd book of (miDiooiaU, M Pa
For sale by T. K. Thomas. 1SJ0 Second
avenue, A. J. RIeas. Fourth avenue and Twen
ty third street, Marshall. Second avenue,
Uetmbeok, 924 Third avenue.
McCASKKIN & McCASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
over Kreil &
and Milan. Bock Island oQee
Math's a lore. Milan office o
C. CORN SLAT. a. D. COSHBXLT.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
J tore, corner of
Office orer Thorns ' drug
Second avenue and Beren-
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rock Island National Bank Bull&lng.
HM. I LCDOLFH. ROBERT. B. BBTHOLD9
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public. 17G5 Second avenue, Buford
S. O. BWICNIT. O. U WALK.SB
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellor! at Law.
Office In Bengstonlblock.
a B. MABSBAU,
Money to loan on good real estate security.
Mi ton eu & Lyrda blovk. Rock Island, Illinois
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at' Law.
Loan money on good security: make collec
tions. Reference, Mitchell A Lynde, bankers.
Offloe, Mitchell & Lynde building,
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office over Math's confectionary store.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock
Ultchell & Lynde building.
Island. Room 4,
DR. R. H. GARM.
Pbys'cian and Surgeon.
Olliee 1611-Second avenus. Phone ssfil
Itrown. Residence 816 Twenty-third street
Hours 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., after 7 p. m
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
jhllUreu, also diseases of eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p.
n. S2I sixteenth street, Kock isiana.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to 4:00 and after
f:00 p. m.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
nnroved principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a scientific manner. iJoga treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Office and
nnnnary, Frlck it Kautz s livery barn.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over tbe Boston Shoe Store.
- Jfflee hours from 8 to IX a. m. and 1 to 0 p
J. T. TAYLOR,
cjmoe nours H:so to iz a. m., l:so to 6tX) p. m
iieyt Eighteenth street. Opposite Dnlon offloe
DRACK & KERNS,
Arehlteeu and Superintendents.
We Cure the Afflicted
W Hh Our
Simple Herb Medicines
Hundreds of people will testif p aa
to the curative power cf our rem
edies, lr vou are sick eorue aud see
225 Eighteenth street, Rick Island.
Oflice hour 9 to 12 moraine. 3 to' 5
afternoon, 7 to 8 niht.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE
CHICAGO. ROOK ISLAND
faciflc Railway Ttokets
ean be purchased or baggage
?r.tJ?ed,k cuy Ticket office,
lall Second avenue, or C, R.
I- & P. dPnrtl nr.T-T.nw VM.n
'nlrty-firsi streat. FraBk H. Plum-
Jnrer Limited &Omah
r. Worth, Denver & ICC.
Pmaha and Des Moices....
t On: ah a & Minneapolis....
Jmaha & Lincoln Kx
Oes Moines & Omaha
Danver, Lincoln & Omaha.
Pes Moines Express
St. Paul & Minneapolis....
Oenver, Ft. Worth & K. C
tKar.saa City , St Joe & Dnvr
iook Island & Washington
untoago a uei Homes...
Keck Ialand & Brooklyn Ac
tOrcaha A Rock Island
tOhioayo, A Davenport.....
J AST. WBST.
t 8:10 an
t 6:05 an.
t 5:50 arc
t 2:15 ptr.
,Dady except Saturday,
3 00 am
t 3:06 am
t e:f8 atn
t 9:15 pm
t fl:30 am
t 8:25 pm
t 3:20 pm
t 7:40 am
t l:tO pm
t'Oaily, except Sua
All others daUy. Ta
"RTJISLINQTOV ROUTE O.,
J it. Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second Avenue and Twen
M. 1. TOUNQ,
I L.MAVB. I ABUIVB.
L. Sprlngheld, Peoria.
Qulncy via Galesburg
'aorta, Bearustown, Bur
l-ngton, Denver and
St. L.. Kas. City, Denverl
and Pacinc Coast via
Gaiosburg I7SS pm
Sterling and points inter
mediate jf7:25 pm
East Moline, Suburban.... it6;lo am
St. L., Denver and west..t
CJnton and Dubuque :t1:50 am
Davenport and Clinton.
Clinton, Dubuque, La
Crosse, St. Paul, Minn.
Jk West and N. W
7:15 axj o:&0 am
t2:10 pmi tll:ll pm
7:15 l m
. Telephone 1180
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKJUE A
ST. PAUL railway D.,
FL I. i N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Sevententh
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buQne anri nnint.o north run
via Ellnels side of river. Trains for Freeport
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clin
ton and Savanna
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
sat and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul
Dubuque and St. Paul
B.I 5 pm
AU trains dally except Sunday.
Se ootid floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second avenue. Telephone
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durabilltj and
beauty excelled by none. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Plana sent
us for estimates will rooelye
careful attention and be returned
promptly a. oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C. B. A Q. R. R.
Trains Nob. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridso stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Sttmeand Photos of
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell 4 Lynda's build
ARTHUR BDRRALLs Slant gei
Boss Island or Colons. HI.
TfOCK ISLAND & PEORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Pasaen.
f:er Agent. Passenger trains
eave C, R. I. & P. (Mo
Une avenue) depot ten (10)
minutes earlier than tui
given. E- L. Goff, Agent.
Peoria, Spilngfield. St. L.,
Indianapolis. Cincinnati . .
Peoria, Springfield, iDdian
apolis, Cincinnati, liloom
lnston. St. Louis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
Cable & Sberrard Accom..
Cable &. Sberrard Accom..
C 33 pm
Trains marked are daily,
AU others dally
Notice of Publication Chancery,
State of Illinois, I
County of Rock Island, f
In the Circuit Court, September term. In
Fannie T McFarland vs. William McFarland.
Affidavit of non-reaidence of tbe above
named defendant, Wllh.im McFarland, hav
ing been tiled in tbe clerk's office of the
circuit court of the said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
tiled her bill of complaint In said court, on the.
chancery side thereof, on tbe 6th day of
August, 1101, and that thereupon a sum.
moos issued out of said court wherein said
suit Is now pending, returnable on the third
Monday in the month of September next, as is
by law required.
Now unless yeu, tbe said non-resident defen
dant above named, William McFarland, shall
personally be and appear before the
said circuit court on the first day
of tbe next term thereof to be fiolden
at Rock Island in and for said county on tbe
16th dav of Scotember. A D. 1901 next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said complain
ant s bill of complaint, tbe same and tbe
matters and thing therein charged and
stated will be taken as confessed.
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
Gsobgb W. Gamble. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Island, 111., August 6, 190L
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, I,
County of Rock Island. 1
In the circuit court, September term, A. D.,
James Balmer vs. Julia Phillips. Frank M.
Phillips, ciyae J. pnunns. Artie i-uunps,
Maud Adams. Anna M. Phillips Edward D.
Phillips, and D. K. Moberly and Frank S.
Cool, administrators of the estate of U. K.
Phillips, deceased. In chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the said Julia
Phillips. Fraak M. Phillips, Clyde C. Phillips,
ArtilhUlips, Maud Adams. Anna M Phillips,
Kdward D. Phillips, and D. K. Moberly. admin
istrator of the estate of D. K. Phillips, de
ceased, having bc.n bled in tbe clerk's office
of tbe circuit court of said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non resi
dent defendants that the complainant tiled
bis bill of complaint in said court, on the chan
cery side thereof, on the l-th day of August,
lfcul. ana tnat tnereupon a nummons issuea out
of said court, wherein said suit Is now pend
ing, returnable on the third Monday in tbo
month of September next, as is by law re
quired. Now, unless you. tbe said non-res).
.ent aerenaants aoove namea juiia rnunps.
Frank M Phillips, Clyde C. Phillips. Artie
Phillips, Maud Adams, Anna M. Phillips. Kd
ward D. Phillips and D. K Moberly. adminis
trator of tbe estate of D. E. Phillips, deceased,
shall personally be and appear before said cir
cuit court on the first day of the next term
tbf reof, to be hoiden at the court bouse in
tbo city of Kock Island In and for tbe said
county, on the sixteenth day of Septem
ber next, and plead, answer, or demur to tbe
said complainant's bill of complaint, tbe same
and tbe matters and things therein charged
and stated will be taken aa confessed, and a
decree entered against you, according to the
prayer of said bilL
Gsorgb W. Gamble, Circuit Clerk.
Rock Island. Ill . Aug. 12, iwil.
Ssablk & MABsaitiL, Complainant's Solicitors