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THE AUGUS. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1901,
8 Professional Cards.
McCASXRIN & McCASKBIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Til mod and Milan. Rock Iilud offlee
o?ct Kreii Math s swore. Milan offlea o
o. oovaaxxT. D. ooaaaiXT.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money toined. Offlee over Thorn' Arag
tore, corner of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HDBST,
Attorneys at Law.
' Offlea In Rock Ialand National Bank Building
M.U LCDOLTH. BOBSBT. B. IITIStDJ
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan'. General legal business. No
tary public 1706 Second avenue, Buford
B. a IWIKKIT. O. I WaUMB'
SWEENEY & WALKEK,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
OflLce In Bengstonbloek.
a j. iuiu, a a. masihaxx
SEAKLE & MATWHATJi,
Money to loan on good real estate security.
' Mltobell A Lyrda bio, a. Bock Island. IlUnola
McENIRY & McENIBY,
Attorney at' Law.
Loan money on good seeurtty; make eolleo
lons. Referenee, Mitchell A Lynde, bankers.
Offlee, Mitchell Lynde building.
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Offlee over Math's confectionary store. 1716
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Ialand.
MltcbeU Lynde building.
DR. R. H. GARM.
Phys!clan and Surgeon.
Offlee 111 Second avenue. lhone .Wil
Brown. Residence 818 Twenty-third street
Hours 9 to II a. m., 2 to i p. m.. after 7 p. m
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
Children, lo diseases of eye. ear, none and
throat. Office hours 0:30 to 12 a. m , 1 to 4 p.
nx 121 Sixteenth street, Rock Ialand.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. u., 1:00 to 4:00 and after
7:00 p. m.
DR. S. EL MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Den tit v.
AU diseases of horses and eattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed is a scientific manner, uogs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Office and
ncrmary, men a ti.au u s livery nam.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Store.
Offlea hours from 8 to II a. m. and 1 to 6 p m
. J. T. TAYLOR,
Offlee hours : to 12 a. m., 1:10 to I 'OS p. m
119 Eighteenth street. Oppoalt Union offlea
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendent.
Skinner Block. Beeoad floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Out Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second ayenua. Telephone
Sawed building ston,
AshUr and Trimming!
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled, by none. This"
clone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eto. Plans sent
as for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly a our expense.
Quarries 13 miles from Rock
Island on the C. B. & Q. R. B.
sTraln Ilea. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors 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 Ljnde's "build
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager
Ross Island ot Colona. 111.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of artificial
teeth, procure one of our thin
elastic plates or one of our
bridges, something that will
give you perfect satisfaction.
All work guaranteed and
lowest prices given.
Silver Fillings 50c
Gold Platina Alloy 75c
Gold Fillings, $1 and up $1,00
Gold Crowns, 4 and up. . .-4.00
Set of Teeth, $5 and up 5.00
Office 1607 Second Avenue.
Orer Speldel's Drug Store.
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Quality and make,
McCoy & Co., N. Y.
S. M. ARNDT & CO.,
1705 Second Avenue.
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It's a Mot Subject
To talk about, but we are no
tually interested in SUMMER
PRICES FOR WINTER FUEL.
Is our principal article for all
heaters, but we are pushing PO
CAHONTAS, INDIANA BLOCK
at less prices for furnaces.
We Want Your Order
E, B. McKOWN.'
Fifteenth street and First Avenue.
At Very Low Rates to More
Than 60 Points In
ON THE POPULAR
Big Four Route
Will Leave Peoria oa Regular Trains of
Tuesday, Oct. 1, 1901.
Tickets first-class and rood 30 days for re
turn. Trains leave Peoria at 7:3t a. m.. Is
oon and 8 p. to. Pullman sleepers on 8 p. m.
train to Cincinnati. La jton and Columbus.
rnroua'Ii eoaebea oa all trains. Equally a
good tealn Herrlee on Abe return trip. Keep
tola important feature in mtna wnen selecting;
your route, and ask your local agents for
tickets via the "Big 4." Or address.
CHARLES B. LAFOLLBTTK.
T. P. A. Peoria, IiL
The Daily Short Story
JOHN HENRY'S THEORY.
Little glil," said John Ilenry to his
wife one evening, "I have some strong
notions about business principles being
applicable to every occupation in life.
You know I have a stated Income, and
when I was a bachelor I knew to a
penny where that money went. Very
convenient It was, too, for I was sure
what to count on when any extra ex
pense came up. Now, I don't want to
restrict you one bit, but it's nice to be
exact and businesslike, and if we each
kept a little account book at the end
of a year we'd know exactly how much
we'd spent and whether we'd got to
retrench or might expand a little. Now,
tomorrow night I'll bring home two
nice little books, and we'll account for
every penny in them and compare at
the end of each month.
The next evening, true to his word.
John Henry drew from his pocket two
pretty little leather bound books, a
blue one for Mrs. John and a red one
for himself. She was apparently recon
clled to the idea and was really en
thusiastic over his purchase.
For several mouths all went very
smooth apparently, but the hours of
tears and pouts and sobs and rub
bings out and writings in again and
adding and subtracting which Mrs.
John spent In trying to make the "re
ceived" and "paid" columns balance
were not to be lost sight of In the
reckoning. John Ilenry knew nothing
of It, and any troubles he may hare
had were expressed in an entirely dif
ferent manner and audible only to the
unresponsive ears of the office boy.
On the first evening of each month
Mr. and Mrs. John Ilenry. in perfect
mutual tfust and confidence, went
over together item by Item the ac
counts In the little books and discuss
ed the variations in the price of beef
steak and the advisability of intrust
ing another vender of meats with the
care of the family larder. Also the
cost of keeping John Henry's cigar
box replenished. But Mrs. John al
ways ended by declaring she would go
without a spring bonnet rather than
have him smoke cheaper tobacco.
"It is so injurious, anyway, that one
must have the best If one smokes ot
all." she said.
One beautiful autumn day an old
school friend of Mrs. John's came to
town and immediately hunted up lhat
lady. Now, Mrs. John had Intended to
lunch that day on a sup and a bite, for
the grocer had not come, and the cup
board very nearly resembled the pro
verbial one of Mother Goose fame. So
when the friend made her appearance
perilously near the noon hour Mrs.
John was in a flutter. This woman
was one for whom John Henry enter
tained a particular antipathy and also
one upon whom Mrs. John especially
desired to make a good Impression.
She examined her purse. Yes. there
was plenty in It. She would take her
friend down town to lunch at a fash
ionable cafe. As they were drinking
their after dinner coffee the friend
mentioned a popular play which site
particularly desired to see. Had Jlrs.
John seen It? No.' Mrs. John had not.
John Ilenry had Intended to take her,
but there had been so many other
things to occupy the time. At the
friend's suggestion to see It that after
noon Mrs. John meekly complied ami
ended by buying two tickets Instead of
one. When they came out, it was rain
ing, and the friend Immediately or
dered a carriage to take her to the sta
tion. There was nothing for it i"ut
Mrs. John should drive to the station
with her. and then she must needs
drive home and pay the bill as she
alighted at her own door.
When John Henry arrived that night,
his wife was In bed in a high fever and
suffering from a severe headache. The
next day when she was able to hobble
about she got out the little blue note
book and, with tears blistering the
smooth white pages, vainly tried to
make a balance. It was impossible to
put the whole amount of yesterday's
expenditures into the "sundries" col
umn, and tell John Henry about It
she never would In the world. That
evening was the one for the monthly
reckoning, but before G o'clock, through
worrying, figuring and planning. Mrs.
John bad worked herself almost Into
hysteria. After dinner John Henry
smoked his cigar, but contrary to cus
tom said nothing about the account
books. His wife looked at him won
deringly from time to time, but he
seemed utterly unconscious. After
awhile she broke the silence.
"John, dear," she said, with tears In
her voice. "I couldn't make my book
balance this month, though I've work
ed over it all the afternoon."
John Henry muttered an exclamation
under bis breath which might have
sounded to the office boy something
like "Thank the Lord!" then turned
and looked at her.
"And is It that which has worked you
Into such a fever and given you these
headaches?" said he. "To tell the
truth," he continued. "I couldn't make
mine come out right either, but It
didn't worry me to that extent. In the
long run I don't know that it does us
any good to be forever haggling over
the comparative values of an Irish
stew and a porterhouse steak or dis
cussing the amount of enjoyment and
benefit of a regular theater ticket as
compared with the 10, 20, SO. Wbat
do you say to dropping the thing, altogether-.:"
Mrs. John's face grew clearer and
her eyes brighter than they had for
thirty-six hours. She went over to
John -Henry and put her arms around
h1nprlr . . i
"Anything you 6ay Is rigSC she
whispered. "You're a darllnglold boy.
and I'm so glad I married you."
Simple mad Effect Ire, bat Costly.
"When I came to town, I noticed a
little, round swelling on 'my wrist,"
said a visitor from the country. "It
bothered me, and one day when I saw
a sign, Dr. John Doe, I thought I'd
go in and have It looked at. Well, I
was shown Into a fine room, and In a
minute a pleasant looking man came In.
""'Dr. Doe?' I says and heldiup my
".'Ah. a weeping sinew,' says he, as
if he'd been waiting years for a chance
to study a case like mine.
"I didn't say anything, but kept my
wrist out with the hand banging limp
while he took down a book from tho
shelf. I expected him to turn over the
pages and look up my trouble under
S or W and then prescribe something.
Instead he gave me a crack ion tho
WTist like a thousand of brick! It was
right on the swelling and hurt llko a
cannon ball. I Jumped high In the air
" 'Your weeping sinew's gone, says
the doctor quietly. 'Three dollars.'
"I was too much surprised to say a
word, and I paid it. 'But no wonder
your city doctors get rich. Three dol
lars! Any blacksmith would have
done that job for the f urn of doing It."
New York Tost.
Btrsnge Illdlnir Plitces.
There are standing at the present day
Elizabethan houses known to contain
hidden chambers. The very positions
of these chambers can be shown, yet
their secrets have remained inviolate
for centuries, the spring that should
serve as the open sesame being undls
covcrable. Some day the accidental
touch of a girl's finger may set a col
umn of Btono rotating or a panel slid
Ing or a door In a picture frame retreat
lng on invisible hinges, and the secret
if any remain will be revealed.
The place of mystery In these an
cient granges that served as shelter to
a friend In distress might equally prove
the death of an enemy of the house.
The priest's hole behind a fireplace was
easily converted into an oven. There
were staircases which the Coot of a
friend might press In perfect security.
Another, not instructed how to tread.
sets his foot apparently on the same
place, the stair yawns open, and at the
end of the pit is the water. Here Is
much romance. London Chronicle.
There are many plptrsmokers who do
not know how to get the best there is
out of their Indulgence. The great
point In pipe srookingds to smoke slow
ly. Nervous smokers sonoke too rapidly
and burn their tonguesvwlth hot smoke,
besides falling entirely to get the full
est and best fiavor out of the tobacco.
It is all a matter of habit, but slow
smoking is a habit which it is hard
for some people to acquire. In some
cases pipe smokers have tried for years
to check their smoking speed without
success. They began too late, and the
habit of rapid smoking is shaken off
with difficulty when It Is once acqirJred.
Rapid smoking is as bad as rapid
eating or worse. It is also "bad form."
Whether it Is cigar, pipe or cigarette.
the smoking should be deliberate dn or
der to get the fullest enjoyment. It is
especially so with a pipe. New York
Buyer Look here, you! You said this
horse was sound and kind and free
from trick3. The first day I drove him
he fell down a dozen times, and he's
as bad today.
Dealer Um you've been wondering
If I cheated you, maybe?
v "Yes. I have."
"And the first time you drove the
boss you wondered if he hadn't some
tricks, didn't your'
"And you kept 6aylng to yourself,
'I wonder if that there boss will tum
ble down.' eh?"
"And you had your mind on it a
good deal, most like?"
"That's wot's the matter. You've"
hypnotized him. See?"
Os at Russian, Rsvlliray Train.
Toilet arrangements such as satisfy
the Russian are at his disposal in first
and second class trains, but the third
class passengers have no such luxuries.
When the train halts for the breakfast
Interval, those who travel third class
may be seen performing their ablu
tions at the platform tap. They fill a
can like a gardener's watering pot.
suck through the spout a mouthful of
tho water, spit it Into the hollowed
palms and then rub their faces. It Is
a disgusting process, performed with
out soap or towel, end. though it may
be amusing to the onlooker, it Is not
very cleansing to the operator. Yet
this Is the method of ablution adopted
by the poorer Russian on his travels.
The Editor Won.
A London paper described , a chil
dren's excursion as a "long, white
scream of Joy," and was called to ac
count by a correspondent, who said
that a scream conld be long, but not
white, whereupon the editor justified
himself by urging that "a hue Is often
associated with a cry."
Heed Kot Feel Lonesome.
Rubberton May I inquire what your
business is, stranger?
Stranger (haughtily) Sir, I'm a gen
Rubberton Well, I reckon that's a
good business, stranger; but you're not
the only man that's failed at it. Chi
trained In the art of manner, of dis
crimination and of addresa.
HER WAYiy, ; ' ' , f i
I Gums you seen a lot of such
Gum you mrrn a lot of curb '
t-SSYwt o small sn bluer rm rvS :
"T. Tain't her eyts; it's jst hr wy, N(
Eair ain't black, dot tree brown; '
. . Cot no gold upon hrr crown;
Sort o' mthy, I should aajr.
g Tsin't her hair; it's Jeat her way.
42 'Taln't her mouth her mouth is wide, '
Sort o runs from side to side. v
. See 'em better ev'rjr day.
..... v ... . m jiii. n . .
fa? - v - - ..it,:. - a . 5 - -
couian i even vwear u siraigntf
Fart, I feel I'm free to say
Taln't her nose; it's Jest her way. "'
Lots her? Well, I iruess I do!
Love her mighty fond and true;
Ixve her better er'ry day.
IAiddo why; it's jmt ber way.
Elizabeth Sylvester in Century.
EASY "SURE THINGS."
Some Propositions That It Is Safe to
There are many things which at first
thought appear to be easy enough of
accomplishment that it Is pretty safe
to bet a man he cannot do. Most people
know that the human hands are not
etrong enough to break a new laid egg
if the hands are clasped and the egg
laid endwise between the palms. It is
said that the pressure required to break
an egg in this manner amounts to tons.
Among other safe bets is a wager
that a man cannot rise from a chair
without bending forward or putting his
feet under the chair or outside of It.
Many a man will back himself to give
another a start of 50 yards in a dash
of 100, provided the man having the
start bops all the way. But no runner.
however swift, can give that amount of
start to an ordinary man. For the first
five yards they go at practically the
same pace. Therefore the runner, to go
1)3 yards while the "hopper" goes 45,
would have to run more than twice as
fast, and it would Ik? a weak man who
could not hop 45 yards at a pace equal
to 20 seconds for 100 yards, and that
would meau that the runner in order to
win would have to beat all previous
If a man boasts that his penknife is
particularly sharp, ask him to cut with
one stroke of the blade one of those
yellow ribbons, mostly of silk, which
come around bundles of cigars. In 990
cases out of 1,000 the knife is not sharp
enough to do this. It will cut through
all the ribbon but the last strand, and
that will pull out long, and the more
be tries to cut it the longer it will pull
It is safe to bet any one except a
blind man that he cannot stand with
out support of any kind for five min
utes at a stretch if he is thoroughly
blindfolded without moving his feet.
If he roes not move his feet he is pretty
Snails as nlsdow Cleaners.
"An old colored woman selling snails,"
6ays the Philadelphia Record, "occa
slonally makes her appearance in South
Etreet, and sometimes she may also be
found along Front street or Second
Btreet. up in the district that used to be
known as the Northern Liberties. She
carries an old basket in which the snails
repose on freshly sprinkled leaves.
These are not sold as food, but for
cleaning the outside of window panes
an old practice still in vogue In Ken
sington. The snail is dampened and
placed upon the glass, where It at once
moves around and devours all Insects
and(forelgn matter, leaving the pane as
bright and clear as crystal. There are
old established business place In Ken
sington where the upper windows, when
cleaned at all, are always cleaned by
snails. There is also a fine market for
snails among the owners of aquariums,
as they keep the glass clean and
The value of a recipe lies partly In Its
being accurately set down and fol
lowed. Harper's Magazine has the fol
lowing directions for making a break
fast delicacy called popovers, as tbey
were imparted by the Chinese servant
to a lady visiting iu the family.
"You takee him one egg," said the
master of the kitchen, "one lit cup
milk. You fixee him one cup flou on
sieve, take pinch salt you not put him
In lump. You move him egg lif bit
6low; you put him milk In, all time
move. You makee him flou' go in, not
move fast, so have no spots. Makee
but'led pan all same wa'm. not too hot.
Putlee him in oven. Now you mind
you business. No likee woman run
look at him all time. Ulm done all
same time biscuit."
Clerical Sore Throat Explained.
Deacon Scrimp Humph! Think you
have got to have a vacation, eh?
Struggling Tastor Yes, the doctor
says I must go off until this cough Is
Deacon Scrimp Well, I'd like to
know why preachers are always get
ting bad coughs.
Struggling Tastor Well, you see, we
have to visit around a good deal, and
we are always asked to hold a little
service before leaving, and I think our
throats become affected from breathing
the dust that flies from the family
Bibles. New York Weekly. t
MI can't help admiring the Ingenuity
of the landlady at our house."
"In what way?"
"At breakfast time 6he burns a grain
or two of coffee on the kitchen stove,
so as to fill the dining room with the
odor, and then gives us chicory to
"Oh, mamma." exclaimed four-year-old
Bessie, looking up at the starry
skies one evening, "what a pretty place
heaven must be wheu it Is so beautiful
wrong side out!" j
You rob yourself oftener than others
rob you. ,
$5.00 X-RAY EXAMINATION GIVEN FREE.
IT IS GIVEN FREE ONLY TO THOSE WHO CALL
BEFORE OCTOBER 12.
Come and Find Out What
How to Get the Free X Ray
The specialists at tho Illinois In
firmary In the Mitchell & Lynde
building will make their regular f 5
X-Ray examination, if necessary,
FREE for all patients who call at
their cflice before Oct. 12.
DO NOT WAIT.
Do not wait if you are sick or fear
you have any disease. Call at the
Illinois Infirmary arid find out what
ails you. You know when the real
trouble is known that is one-half the
cure. The examination is very gen
tle, causing no pain or discomfort.
No harm ever comes from th use of
the Illinois Infirmary's big X-Rays.
Bear in mind, the time is limited in
time osly. All diseases will be ex
amined free. But all should call with
out delay. The offer is given only to
those who call before Oct. 12.
OUT OF TOWN
people while in the city should call
for the free examination! Many coun
try people and farming folks are tak
ing advantage of the great free offer
and are coming to Rock Island and
find out what ails them. The exami
nation is free to only those who call
before Oct. 12.
If you have any of these symptoms it is a warning of disease. Donnt neglect voursclf.
Call on tbe doctors at the Illinois Intirmary before Oct. 12. and if necessary ihey will make an
X-Ray examination FREE, and will tell you what the real trouble is.
J. ALVIN HORNE, M. D.
Rooms 49, 50, 51, 53, 51 and 55, Mitchell & Lyndo
Building, Rock Island.
Over U200 Cures Made In the Trl-Cltles
During the Past Two Years by the
iey Method of
The German-English Specialists
Offices Demokrat Bldg. 205 West Third St. Davenport, Iowa.
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. TAR A.LYSIS.NERVOUS PROSTRA
TION, WASTING OF MUSCLES, RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA, PEL
VIC INFLAMATIONS. PILES, ABSORBING 1UMORS, 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 II a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
day 9 to 12 a. m. Telephone 243.
You pay to cents
Cor Cigars not mo good a
r.Pi ttvis. manfH
p co it i a.iu.
Most people are era)'
worse their hair fades,
breaks off, or falls out be
fore it should. The young matron of forty sees th)
trost stealing into her hair or else it is losing its (rest
look, or crowing thin, short or faded, and she is show
ing signsof ageing before hertimc. This should not be
HAY'S HAIR-HEALTH is a hair food, nourishing
the roots, forcing new growth, restoring freshness anc
beauty, and positively turning the gray hair bac!)
to Its youthful color. Not a dye. Does not soil
scalp orclothing; is not greasy or sticky; does not rub off.
Hay's Hair-Health is a refreshing, fragrant dress.
ing, necessary to a careful toilet. Cannot be detected
by your friends. Equally good lor men and women.
Ask for Hay's Hair-Health and refuse all substi
tutes. H.H.H. is sold by ieadmr druiceiMsevcrv-wliere.
rent by eipress, prepaic, in plain seaiea parkase, ojr
1.ox-d Supflv Co.. 8ct Broadway. N. V. also a 2c.
cake Harfina Medicated Soap, best soap for toilet.
bain, skin ana luir. au on receipt ui oou ana wis io.
LARQE 80c BOTTLES. AT ALL DRUGGISTS'.
For sale bv T. H Thomas. 1530 Second
avanue. A. J. Rleas. Fourth avenue and Twen
ty third street. Marshall. iK!8 Second avenue,
llelmbeok, 9ii Third avenue.
l .i Ira Jiisii-: : I
Do Not Neglect Yourself.
WARNING SKINS OF DISEASE.
Are you nervou??
Do you have weak spells?
Do your cars ring?
Are you constipated?
Dj you bloat after eating?
Do you have a bad taste in the
Do you cough?
Are you losing Hesh?
Do yoa spit blood? '
Do you fear consumption?
Do you have hot iWshes?
Do you have a pain in the back?
Is anything growing on you?
Have you a tumor or cancer?
Have you any blood disease?
Do you have pimples?
Is your hair lulling out?
Are you growing weak?
Do you have rheumatism?
Do you have liver trouble?
Have you gall t tones?
Are you dizzy in your head?
Have you kidney trouble?
(!jt up at night to pass water?
Faffs under eyes in morning?
Does your heart ilutter?
Is your memory poor?
Are you despondent?
Living seem up-hill work?
In conformity with an act of the general as
sembly of the sta'.e of Illinois entitled an "Act
to prevent and punish the unlawful bujini;,
selling, keeping for sale, usinp, tilling: or traf
ficking, in cans. tubs, firkins, boxes, bottles,
rusks, barrels, kees, cartons, tanks, fountains,
vessels or containers; to provide for the reg
titration ot names, brands, designs, trade
marks, devices and other marks of ownership
In connection with such articles, and to pro
tect the owners thereof." Approved Maj 11,
1801, in force July 1. laui.
A. 1J. HueMng, whose principal office Is la
tbe city of Rock Island, in the county of Rock
Island and tbe state of Iilino's, docs hereby
certify and declare that he is the owner of
certain bottles, syphons, boxes and shipping
cases with bis design, trade mark, device
and mark of ownership blown in the glass of
said bottles, etched on the syphons and sten
ciled on the said boxes and shipping cases;
that tbe design, trade mark, device and mark
of ownership on said bolt'es. syphons, boxes
and shipping cases Is as follows, to-wit:
On tbe sides of some of the bottles and sy
phons is the name A. D. Huesiog, with the
words "Rock Island, 111 ," beneath the name;
alsothe letters A. D. H. arraneed in the form
of a monogram In the center of same, said
monogram also on the bottom of some of said
bottles: on the sides of other bottles and sy
phons is the name A. D. Huesing, with the
woraa kock tsiaca, m., arraugea in. we lorra
of a circle.
a.11 syphons have tbe name, A. JJ. uuesing
stamped in metal beads.
On the sides of other bottles Is the name.
Greentield & Co.. and tbe words. Hutchinson,
Kan., arranged In the form of a circle.
On the sid' s of other bottlts ts the name
"American Mineral Water company" and the
words St. Louis, Mo , anangea In tho lotm of
The brands and designs upon the boxes and
shipping cases are as follows, to-wit:
On the ends of said boxes and shipping cases
are the letters A. D. H , with the words A. D.
Huesin?. soda and mineral waters. Kock Is
land, 111., on the sides of said boxes and ship
In witness whereof the saU A. D Hues
Inc has hereunto set hi hand and seal this 14. b
di'y of September, A. D., 1WM.
laeal) a. u. uvimmi,
mate of Illinois, .
Rock Island County, f
A. IX Uuesing being first amy sworn. aepoaa
and savs that be has read the foregoing affi
davit and snows the contents thereof, aed
that the same ts true, DO in in substance ana
Subscribed and sworn to oerore me tots iua
day of Heptember, A. D., ll.
(.Seal) r. r .ia5fiTW,
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