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ran Aneus. frio AYr September 27, iuoi.
McCASKRIN A McCASKRIN,
Attorney at Law.
Koek Island and Milan. Roek Idas'! offlee
over KreU A Malta's store. Milan offlee o
(.aCOHIIXT. B. D. COBLLT.
.CONNELLY A CONNELLY, .
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned- Offlee over Taomsa' m
tire, corner of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON A HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee In Roek Island KatloaalBank Bunding
VM. U LCDOLFaL XOaUWt. M. STHOLl
LUDOLPH A REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan.. General legal business. No
tary public 170ft Seoond avenue, Btiford
JL D. aWSBRBT. a U WiUIl!
SWEENEY A WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Offlee In Bengx to Deblock.
c t. saanu, a a. HiMiiix
SF.AKLR A MARSHALL,
Money to loan on rood real estate aeeurtty.
Mitchell A Lyrde block. Rock lalaod, Illinois
McENIRY & McENISY,
Attorneys at' Law.
Loan money on rood security; saaks eollee
tlrma. Reference, Mitchell A Lynds, bankers.
Offlee. Mitchell Lynde bulldlnc.
JAMES F. MORPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Offlee oer Main's confectionary store. 1714
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Roek Inland. Boom 4,
Mitchell A Lynde bulldlnc.
DR. R- H. GARM.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlee 11! Second avenue. Phone SAM
Hrown. Residence 814 Twenty-third street
Hours 0 to 11 a. m-. 2 to 4 p. nx. after 7 p. m
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to disease of women and
Children, also diseases of eye. ear, nose and
taroat. Office hours 0:30 to 12 a. nx, 1 to 4 p.
na. fctl Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Honrs 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 100 to 4:00 and after
DR. S. IL MTT.LER,
Veterinary Burgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and eattl treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a scientific manner, bogs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Office and
nnrmary, rriek A Khiui livery bam.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Bhoe Store.
Offlee hours from Itollam. and 1 to 6 p m
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offloe boars 8:S0 to IS s- m., :S0 to 1.00 p. m
tit Eighteenth street. Opposite Union offlee
DRACK A KERNS,
Arealtects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Bseond floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cnt Flowsrs and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Sseond avenue. Tslspbons
Cawed building ttont,
Ashlar and Trimming!
lor cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Flam 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.
Train-Ho. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Oridge ttont, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12. Mitchell 4 Lynde's build
lng. Address: , '
ARTHUR BTJRRALLh Wassgf r
Boss Island or Colona. UJ.
Chicago Dpntal Company
If you are in need of artificial
teeth, procure one of our thin
elastic plates or one of oar
bridges, something that will
glre you perfect satisfaction.
All work guaranteed and
lowest prices given.
Silyer Fillings 50c
Gold Platina Alloy 75c
Gold Fillings, $1 and up $1,00
Gold Crowns, ti and up.. .. 4. 00
Set of Teeth, 5 and up 5,00
Office 1607 Second Avenue.
Over Speldel's Drug Store.
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Quality and make, jo
McCoy & Co., N. Y. j
S. M. ARNDT & CO.,
170 J Second Avenua. !g!
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Ws-a Hot Subject
To talk about, but we are mn
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.
JCt Very Low Rates to More
Than 00 rolnts la
OS THE POPULAR
Big Four Route
Will Leave Peoria on Regular Trains of
Tuesday, Oct 1, 1901.
Tickets first-class and Rood SO days for re
turn. Trains leave Peoria at 7:30 a. m., IS
oon and 8 p. m. - Pall man sleepers on 8 p. m.
train to Cincinnati. Dayton and Columbus.
TarouKh coaches on all trains. Etiuslly a
food ttain nervice on the return trip. kp
tbia important feuture in mind when aeleeUnsr
your route, aod as your local amenta for
tickets via the "Bl 4.,f Or address,
Caanusn 8. LaKol-lsttb.
T. P. A. Peoria, IlL
FRIENDS. . J
Boh Alice" Hart well and lied Morgan
Intended to accomplish something in
life, and with each other they were in
nowise reticent as to what they should
demand of the world.
They had been friends from youUi,
find when the girl's return renewed
ttat friendship In all its intensity the
gossips had much to ay-of a long -settled
It was the subject of conversation
one August afternoon as they sat to
gether in the cooling shade of thetvines
on the llartwcll porch.
"The very idea!" laughed Ned.
These old people here havent any
Idea beyond marrying and dying.
Can't they understand that there are
tome other contingencies of existence
"Of course not," anssvered Alice, also
laughing, "and they' would deem it
rank heresy to hear yu say so. You
must remember that '.Blanktown has
Its code of rules a nd proprieties as
changeless as the lawsVof the Medes
"The very Idea of you nind me being
lovers," went on Ned. "wben we have
been playmate, chums, .companions
from the mud pie period."
"The Idea!" echoed A Hoe. "Why,
there couldn't possibly be any romance
about such a thing."
"Familiarity kills romance, you
know." He said It as If helwere utter
ing one of the foundation trsiths of the
ages. And sbo acquiesced) with "Of
"These people here," he continued in
cn oracular tone, "cannot I appreciate
the beauty of a perfect friendship ex
isting between man and woman. They
can only conceive of such a f ciendly re
lation degenerating Into an affair of
kisses, tears and sentiment."
"But we shall give them antexample
of something different, shall f we not,
"Yes, of a perfect friendship, wfcere
sex shall not be considered, where ono
shall be the confidant, the critic and
the Inspiration of the other."
"How glorious it will be, Nfrd! What
a help we may be to each oiher! Wo
shall be such friends as Hannah More
and Dr. Johnson or Chateaubriand
land Mme. Recamier, Paula , and Jer
I Well. Ned went to work and Alice
(went to work, Ned pluggiugf away at
j the law and she entering tlije schools
as a teacher, for neither wastrlch.
I And their friendship did proves help
ful to each other, for he was anyartist
student and she was a stern crltic.
And they were confidants.
"I know that you will talk 'to me
with perfect honesty, Alice," lie said.
"I don't believe I really low Mary
Mason as the world looks on liove, but
then she is a good, sensible gErl. The
match would be a good one and help
ful in a worldly sense, and nstfor love
well, love will come with associa
tion." "Of course," said Alice, "of course.
But. Ned. do you thiuk that just her
particular cast of mind would tsuit you?
She seems so terribly practical, you
know, Ned. She doesn't seem to have
those soft, womanly qualities I that It
seems to me a man would like. I
wouldn't discourage you for an Jn
etant. Ned. But do you think you
would be really happy with her, Ned?"
"WelL that's it." said Ned. Stroking
his bare thin. "That's it. For the life
of me I don't know. A man's. got to be
mighty careful, mighty careCul."
"Yes, he has," said Alice, and then
for some unaccountable reason she
went home and cried herself to 6lrep.
But that's Just like a woman, you
One day in the vacation period Alice
came to Ned for advice. i
"I have found teacbtus hard and
tiresome, Ned." she said. '"And, after
all, the little home trials that a woman
overcomes are her best Conquests. 1
have no desire to go back to the school
room, and I have a chance to make a
home for myself. Henry f Armstrong
has asked me to marry him. You know
he Is a kind hearted man. Ned. and be
is settled and well fixed. Tell me, what
do you think about It, Nedt?"
"Why. Alice," aald the young man,
1 had no idea you were sormercenary."
"I'm not. Ned"
"Oh, don't talk to me! Jlenry Arm
strong, indeed ! But marry him marry
him by all means."
"Why, you're not angry, are you,
"What I mean is that I don't think
that Henry Armstrong is half good
enough for you, and I don't believe you
love hlni either."
"I don't know that I do. but you
didn't love Mary Mason either at least
you said so."
"Ob, that's right! Throw that folly.
Into my face."
"Well, I thought"
"Yes, you thought ' A woman Ilk
you. Alice. neeSs somebody to think for
her." And this lord of creation stalked
away in high dudgeon.
He wrote a letter that night and
posted it, and Alice received it by the
first mail next morning. It ran thus:
Mits Hsrtwell Tour actions ire entirely bt
yond explanstion. The heart of a nun it not to
be plsyed with. But I hope you will marry Hen
ry Armstrong and be hippy. It doesn't matter
what becomes of me. Your neglected lover,
- , h'BB.
Two hours after its receipt Ned fol
lowed it In person with a highly in
And ehe, because she was a very soft
little person, ran to meet him with a
"Oh, Ned," she cried, "I never did
want to marry Henry Armstrong at all.
But you said we could only be frlend.i
and mutual critics, ' and Ned, a girl
wants to be loved." . . .
: "i . i
A dsetr Frontier Experience.
In narrating the frontier experiences
of "The First WTiite Baby Born In the
Northwest" in The Ladies Home Jour
nal W. S. Harwood tells of a queer ex
perience that befell the family In the
first year after settling on a farm far
removed from the settlements.
The "winter had been unusually long
and severe, and their stock of provi
sions ran low. It was a long distance to
the nearest base of supplies, and com
munication with the outside world had
been cut off. Indians In the neighbor
hood one night broke into the granary
M-bere the wheat was stored and stole
a quantity. In doing this a large
amount of broken glass became mixed
with the wheat which the Indians left,
so for many days, amid much merry
story telling and many a Joke and
laugh, in spite of the serious situation,
the family gathered about a large tablo
In their living room and spent the
short winter days picking over the
wheat, kernel by kernel, in order to
free it from the pieces of glass.
For this wheat stood between them
and starvation, and none of its pre
cious kernels must be lost. Their stock
of flour had long since wasted away,
as had most of their food supplies, so
they boiled and ate the wheat without
grinding. Belief reached them just in
time to prevent a ead ending to the ex
perience. Arab aad the Telephone.
We had a party of Arabs along with
us and took them all over a great news
paper offlee. Everything was wildly
astonishing to them. They had Imag
ined that the Koran contained all the
knowledge and wisdom of the world,
yet here were the telegraph, the tele
phone, the electrotypc and the printing
press. The place was a veritable en
chanters' castle to them. They would
never have believed in the telephone If
I had not called up their hotel and got
one of their own party at that end of
The dervish who had come along was
bold as well as pious. When he beard
that his friend five miles away was
talking through the instrument, lit
made a dash at it. He was greatly ex
cited and yelled In a megaphone voice.
He thought we were tricking him, but
here was his friend talking Arabic. He
rolled bis eyes at me in a despairing
manner and then began a search for
devils, being quite convinced that the
phone was an Invention of eatan. In
Llmewater has so many uses It Is
hard to classify. It is good to soften
water, to sweeten drains, to keep milk
vessels wholesome, to make milk Itself
sit well upon delicate stomachs, to test
air for excess of carbonic acid if there
is too much carbonic acid present, the
clear limewater instautly crusts over
to take out marks left by grease spots
which have been removed by stronger
alkalis in fact, for so many things It
should always be kept on band. Mixed
with either sweet or linseed oil to a
creamy consistence, it Is the very best
household remedy for burns and scalds.
It costs practically no more than the
trouble of making. Put a lump of
quicklime as big as the two fists in a
clean earthen pitcher, cover it six inch
es deep with clean cold water, stir
with a wooden spoon and let it stand
six hours. Pour off the clear liquid
without disturbing the lime, but let it
run through double cheesecloth. Put
In small bottles and cork tight. In
nsing always pour off half an inch
from the top of a bottle that has stood.
Sergeant Kelly of the Irish bar In the
early years of the nineteenth century
rsed to indulge in a picturesque elo
quence, racy of the soil, but unfortu
nately be would sometimes forget the
line of argument and would always
fall back on the word "therefore,'
which generally led his mind back to
what he bad Intended saying. Some
times, however, the effort was almost
One time be had been complimenting
the jury, assuring them that they were
men of extraordinary intelligence and
then branched off Into a statement of
bis case. With a wave of bis hand and
a smile on his face he proceeded:
"This Is so clear a case, gentlemen.
that I am convinced you felt It so the
very moment 1 stated it. I should pay
men of intelligence a poor compliment
to dwell on it for a minute, therefore I
shall proceed to explain It to you as
minutely as possible." Green Bag.
, Cleaning; Faraltnre.
Where a piece of furniture is rery
much soiled and requires to be cleaned
and polished, first wash it thoroughly
with warm soapy water, washing only
a small surface at a time and drying it
quickly by rubbing It hard with a flan
nel Mix together one pint of linseed
oil and a half pint of kerosene, wet a
flannel with the oil mixture and rub
the cleaned furniture. Rest half an
hour before taking a fresh piece of
flannel and then by vigorous rubbing
polish the wood until it shines like
glass. This will not Injure the nicest
wood and is an easy method of keeping
furniture bright. The odor soon disap
pears if the windows are left open.
"Where Be Drew the 1.1a.
You don't like walking very much,
do you?" Inquired the farmer's horse,
who was grazing near the canaL
"Ob, I don't mind It under certain
conditions," replied the canalboat mule.
"You don't appear to like your exer
cise on the towpath."
"No. That's where I draw the line."
Handy With His Tonajne Too.
The following was a speech by a suc
cessful competitor for the prize of a
foot race: "Gentlemen, I have won this
cup by the use of my legs. I trust I
may uever lose the use of my leg by
- . 1U l V..nln TV'!..-
me use oi tuis , vuiu
The skin is the seat of an almost end
less variety of diseases. They are knewu
by various names, 'int are all due to the
same cause, acid ajd other poisons in
the blood thtt irritate and interfere with
the proper action ct the skin.
To have a smooth, soft skin, free from
all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure
and healthy. The many preparations of
arsenic and potash and the large number
of face powders and lotions generally
used in this class of diseased cover up
for a short time, but cannot remove per
manently the ugly blotches and the red,
Eternal vlgllanoo la tho prlco
of a beautiful oomplexlon
when such remedies are relied on.
Mr. II. T. Shobe, 1704 Luea Avenue. St. Xmts.
Ho., says: "My daughter was afflicted for years
with a disfiguring eruption on her face, which
resisted all treatntent. She was taken to two
celebrated health springs, Lut received no bene
fit. Many medicines were prescribed, but with
out result, until we decided to try S. S. 8., and by
the time the rt bottle was fiaishedtheemption
began to disappear. A dozen bottles cured her
completely and left her skin perfectly smooth.
She is now seventeen years old, snd not a sign of
the embarrassing disease has ever returned."
S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cure for
the worst forms of skin troubles. It is
the greatest of all blood purifiers, and the
only one guaranteed purely vegetable.
Bad blood makes bad complexions. 1
purines and invigo
rates the old and
makes new, rich blood
that nourishes the
body and keeps the
sltin active and healthy and in proper
condition to perform its part towards
carrying off the impurities from the body.
If you have Eczema, Tetter, Acne, Salt
Rheum, Psoriasis, or your skin is rough
and pimply, send for our book, on Blood
and Skin Diseases and write our physi
cians about your case. No charge what
ever for this service.
SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. CA.
Chicago Grain and Produce,'
.Chicaco. Sept. 26.
Following were the-quotations on the
Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
September ...$ .".SU $ .6Sj, $ .68; $ .6SS
December ... .704 .70i .70's .T0i
May 734 .'I's 'iT:i .73?s
Sepetmber ... .S7i .08 .57'i .r7ei
D-cejmber ... .ul- .at1? .578
May 60 .tOU .59?i .o9i
September ... ."Ii .34Ts .Z .Zii,
December ... .36, .3t -3i;
May 38 .3$ .US, .814
October 14.T.-, 14.K5 14.73 14.Vi
January 15.9.1 16.07i 15.95 l.02s
Mey 16.05 16.15 16.05 16.15
October 9.75 9.85 9.73 H.K'i
January 9.3.'i 9.40 9.322 8.37,
May 9.37Va 9.40 9.33 9.40
Octolx-r S.80 S.90 8.77j 8.82i
January 8.25 6.30 8.25 S.27-j
May 8.35 8.374 8.30 8.35
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
20c per lb; extra dairy. liiglSc; packing
Etock, 12c. Keg's Fresh stock, 14gl3-.o
per doz. Live Poultry Chickens, hens,
9c per lb; springs, 10c; ducks, TfffiVsC.
Apples New. $1.00S?2.&0 per brl. Pota
toes Per sack, 90&95c.
Chicago Live Stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
26.000; sales ranged at 4.856.20 for
pigs. $6.507.02Vi for light. $6.50(86.63 for
rough packing. $S.657.20 for mixed,
and tH.lQGT.Yiii. for heavy packing and
shipping lots; bulk of the sales at $6.70
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day, 12,500; quotations ranged at 6.10(&
6.60 fore holce to extra 6teers. J5.45(y'
6.05 tor good to choice do.. $4.85(5.50 for
fair to good do., $4.154.80 common to
medium do.. $3.00g4.4i0 butchers steers.
$4.40(S'6.15 fed western steers. $2.204.3O
Etocker and feeders, $1.5O&4.60 cows.
$2.50i5.00 heifers. $2.50?? 4.50 bulls and
oxen. $4.00(&5.25 stags. $3.S0S?4.83 Texas
steeers. $3.75ff5.4l grass western steers,
and $4.50i37.OO veal cailves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day, 10,000; quotations ranged at
$3.10fti'4.1O westerns. $2.904.00 natives.
$3.40(35.00 western lambs, and $3.00(35.10
Kast Buffalo Lire Stock.
East BuffaJo, N. Y.. Sept. 26.
Dunning & Stevens. Live Stock Com
mission Merchants, East Buffalo. N. Y..
quote aa offlows: Cattle Receipts, 2
cars; market unchanged: veals, $6.00ff
8.00; few fancy more. Hogs Receipts,
15 cars; market steady: others lower:
Yorkers to best heavy com fed, $7.00(fp
7.35; graders and Michigan, $6.707.1O;
pigs. $6.60'g6.75. Sheep and Lambs
Receipts, .11 cars; lambs. $4.00(85.50;
sheep Btrong: mixed. $2.OO4.00; weth
ers and yearlings. $4.00rS'4.25.
St, Louis Grain.
St. Louia, Sent. 26.
Whf&t Firm: No. 2 rr-d cash eleva
tor, 704c: track. 71i'fJ72c; September.
70ic; December. il'&QilSc; May. 75fcc;
JCo. 2 hard. 69a69V2C. Corn Easy; No.
2 cash. 59c: track, og'iogc; Septem
ber. 59c; December. B9459Hc; May,
606OTc. Oats Firm: No. 2 cash.
37c: track. 36364c; September, 37 Vic;
December, o7Tsc; May. 40c; No. 2 white,
SS'-ic. Kye Lower; 5Rc.
Milwaukee. Sept. 21
Wheat Firm; No. 1 northern. 71c;
No. 2 northern, 6S'.i4i63c: December,
70g7Oic; calls, 70c; puts. 709c. Rye
Steady; No. 1. 55c. Barley Dull;
No. 2. 60c; sarrple. 43fi 59c. Oats
Pteady: No. 2 white. SS4g39o. Corn
December, 6S$5S?8c; puts, 68?ic; calls,
Oats Srto. . . .
Hay Timothy, IM; prairie, I J
Coal-$3 per ton.
Butter Choloe to fair, 18 1; fresh ereamery,
20 a. -
Rens-HO per pound.
Spring Chieaens-aiSOeOO per dozen
Cattle Butchers pay lor oorn fed steers
V4d5Vc; owe and heifers, Ic4; calves
Spring Lambs i60l a head.
Hogs 6&0fi7 0i.
Chronle Kb, eo on at Ism Cared.
Dr. 11. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind., sajs: "For several months
after spraining my ankle I was severe
ly afflicted with rheumatism. I finally
tried Detchon'a MysticCure for Rheu
matism, and in four days could walk
without my cane; two bottles cured
me sound and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the Mvs
t in dim to a!1 who are afflicted with
rheumatism." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue. Bock Island;
'Gustave Schlegel A Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
S5.00 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 tho Free X Ray
The specialists at the Illinois In
firmary in the Mitchell A Lynde
building will make their regular 5
X-Bay 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
Lou have any disease. Call at the
Jinois Iniirmary and 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 thn use of
the Illinois Infirmary's big X-Raya.
Bear in mind, the time is limited in
time oaly. All diseases will be ex
amined free. But all should call with
out delsy. 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.
Jf you have any of these symptoms It is a vtrnlo; of disease. Do not neglect yourself
call on the doctors at the Illinois Iniirmary before Oct. 13, and if necessary they will malic an
X-Kay examination FREE, and will tell you what the real trouble is.
J. ALVIN HOPNE, M. D.
Rooms 49, 50, 51. 53, 51 and 55, Mitchell & Lynde
Building, Rock Island.
. r. Kosiasoa President, L. D Ucdgs, V1o; Presldani. H. S Oasxssu Caahie-,
fientral Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital 8tock, 8100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department
Which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company,
we act as executor of and trustee under Wills. Administrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial agent for
non-residents, women, invalids and others.
Rock Island Savings Bank
IZoolc Island. HI.
Incorporated Under tho Four Per Cent Paid on
State Law. J)j Interest.
Mom Loakis Oh Piksohax Coixjltkbai. Or Kkax Estats Sxoukitt.
J. H. Bnford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice Preataaat.
P. Qreenawalt, Caaoler.
P eg ar the business July t, 1890, and ooonpylng
8. K. corner of MlteheU
Lyiidea new tmlidlnc.
Tom A. Mar$hatl
V . GENERAL OfrXX5'
CT 5 AND TOtrHSJtTASQIt
' TCU6HAPH RATC3 '
Mt- Pleasant, Iowa.
Kw Jloeton, HI.
w Vt'indrar, 111.
Kortb Braderson, ID.
PaH Rmvn. Til.
Buf hneU, IlL
Columbus Jc, Towa.
Cedar Rapid. Iowa.
Prairie CHjr, Ilk
. Dm Moines, towa.
Hock I.lsnd. IlL
Pwao Creak, Til.
HL Augustan, UU
Walnut Ororm, UL
West Liberty, low.
Yates City. UL
T v An nArt
y Hpinplnn, IlL
till son, IlL '
Do Not Neglect Yourself.
WARNING SIGNS OF DISEASE.
Are you nervous?
Do you have weak spells?
Do your ears ring?
Are you constipated?
Dj you bloat after eating?
Do you have a bad taste in tho
Do you cough?
Are you losing ilesh?
' Do yoo spit blood?
Do you fear consumption?
Do you have hot Hashes?
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 falling out?
Are you growing weak?
Do you have rheumatism?
Do you have liver trouble?
Have you gall ttones?
Are you dizzy in your head?
Have you kidney trouble?
Gat up at night to pass water?
Puffs under eyes in morning?
Does your heart flutter?
I your memory poor?
Are you despondent?
Living 6eem up-hill work?
H. 8. Cable,
H. P. HuU.
K. W. Hurst,
j. if. Buford
oil al tors soKaon aad Hurst.
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 bus inf.
selling, keeping for sale, using, tilling or traf
ficking, in cans. tubs. Urkins. boxes, bottles,
casks, barrels, kegs, cartons, tacks, fountains,
vessels or containers; to provide for the res;
istration of names, brands, designs, trade
marks, devices and other marks of ownership
in connection with such articles, and to pro
tect the owners thereof." Approved May 11,
1001, in force July 1, 1001.
A. D. Huesing, whose principal office Is In
the city of Rock Island, in the county of Rock
Island and the state of 11 II no's, does hereby
certify and declare that be is the owner of
certain bottles, syphons, boxes and shipping
oases with bis design, trade mark, device
and mark of ownerbiD blown in the glass of
said bottles, etched on the syphons and sten
ciled on the said boxes and shippirg cases;
that the design, trade mark, device and mark
of ownership on aaid bott'es. syphons, boxes
and shipping cases is as follows, to-wit:
On the 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 letter A. D. H. arranged in the form
of a monogram la the center of name, 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
words Rock Islacd, IlL, arranged In the form
of a circle.
All syphons have the name, A. D. Huesing
stamped in metal heads.
On the sides of utner bottles is the name,
Greenfield & Co., and the words. Hutchinson,
Kan., arranged In the form of a circle.
On the aid's of other bottles is the name
"American Mineral Water company" and the
words St. Louis, Mo., art anged In the form of
a circle. , .
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.
Huesing, soda and mineral waters. Rock Is
land, 111., on the aides of said boxes and ship
In witness whereof the said A. D Hues
ing has hereunto set his hand and seal this I lib
day of September, A. D., ia01.
(Seal) A. D. Hcesino.
state of Illinois, l
Rock Island County. I
A. IX Huesing being Brat duly sworn, deposes
and sa"s that he bas read the foregoing affi
davit and knows the contents thereof, and
that the same is true, both in substance and
Subscribed and sworn to before me this lltk
day of September, A. D., l0l.
(Seal) F. P. Gourhith,