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n. PH'CAO . R C ISLAND
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MVASKKIX A M'CASKIMX.
Attorney l Law.
Kock Island iiiiiI Milan. Hock In
land office in Iteiigstott i'loek. Milan
office m Main street.
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St. L. L)-ner and nt
Clinton and ruitiiue
Davenport and Choion .
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lln;n-:. ami ('unsfllir at Law.
Y. I.. I.mlolph. lif-rt I. IJeynuM.
i.i'tMM.rn - i:i:v.oi.ts.
Atliinii'vs at J.uw.
Moiioy In loan. J-iurnl N-al Ihini
ihs!. Notary pulilic. ITO.'i Second
a.niiif. I.tifor.l I -W .
Daily. -Iatly except Sunday.
7:0 am i
OtVu-e in IVnst on block.
'HICGO. NILWAl'KfK ! j
V A St Paul K t way. H , 1
Sea He. It. Marshall.
si:.i:i.i: a makshai.i..
.!o!iey to loan on moiI real jtate
R. I. A N. W. paskeDirer ata
tinn at foot of aevenieenih
atreei. Ueorre V. v.cd.
airent. Tbe na.rjs f r lu :
bu'iue and potuta cor.h tun i
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Traln for Kreeport atd Milwaukee wu run e-nriiy. Mitchell l.vii'lr hliM-k
via Davenport Clintoa a-d Sau-na I ICock Ulan. I. Illinois.
All truiPa wil connect at bonI. r pt.m
east and wen. - - - -
m i:.mi:y a m i:nii:y.
I I.KVe AKKIVI
LHjOu.j ur iMtd is I. fu. c
Uubuiue ami at 1'i.ul Pa
All trainn dallT except t-und nv
it) l." art 1 l:iS uoi i
' Loan iiiom-v on "ool st-i-uritv:
..p pm Fwim. i .-..ll.-.-f i.m.. l:f.-roiif.- MIt.-li.
ell A- Lymle. hankers. OHice. Mitchell
A L n-le liui Idiiij;-.
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.1 AMKS K. MI KPIIY.
Attornev jit Law.
ROCK ISLM A PKOK1A j
Kai'way. lepot rl t a enue ,
and 'iwentfeib reel. M. A ;
Patterson, iceneral pwenv- r I
aeenv PaRerjrer trains leave
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Miunn in. li nati. l'.loom
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Peoria, indiio' ikIih. C.n
clnnti. ttionniii.irton ...
C ole "roin- r?a. Ion
bo-rraro. a r-ciiiimodaiion
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Tra namrKrd are daily. AU otti n eaily
Woom 4. Mitchell A' Lymle liiil.lin-.
I'll V-M I.NS.
in:. oi: i:mi:i:y i:kki.
liimo'oi:it hie I'll -ii ia n.
; Special attention to li-eases if
o i no ii ;uir 'liillren. also fliseascs of
eye. ear. nose ami throat. Ortice
! hours Vi'.hi to r a. in.. I to 4 p. ni.
!::jl Sixteenth street. Itoek Islaml.
ONE XPHT ONLY.
Thursday. Oct. 31.
RIDER'S NIGHT OWLSL
x. M. mooi.k. M.
Honrs 0:(rO to 1 1 : m) a.
imi ami after T:on p. in.
IMH TOi: OSTKOM.
Oculist unl Aurist.
I'eatvr nr Mile CbarDt ibe l.test
l'ri-i.n imp- rial on in if r utnt ex
traordinary creation of
I"rlcf iV". soc ai d ?e.
I'll tire attention jjiven to eye. ear.
noe ami throat. Honrs 'J to PJ a. in..
; i to .-.
p. in. Sunlay to II. I'hone
Mitchell A I.vmle Iniihlinir.
' Cock Islaml.
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X KT K It I N It I N ?.
I)IL S. If. MIl.LKU.
Veterinary Snrfjeon ami Hentist.
It's Quality that Counts
In Coal It's quality tbat makea beat, it
auallty tbat retama It. It a quality thai
makea possible consumption of W pei
cent of the combustible part of It.lear
Idic a l.trbt, clean anb: lantly, It'squaiity
tbat Usaens your fuel bills you re not
paying for dirt, ref una or unburnablea
Vbe eoal we handle both bard and aoM
eaerrea all the food, tbinira we and
0itr patrons aay foe la A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload. ,
E. G. FRAZER
All diseases of liorses ami cattle
treated on approved principles. Snr-
! jrical operations erforined in a sci-
; entitle manner. I)ojs treated. All
calls promptly attended to. Office
'and infirmary. Trick's literv barn.
; 1)15. C. V. liRAI' TOX,
Koonis over the Hoston Shoe Store.
jOHice hours from S to a. m. and I
, . o r, p. in.
i . . .
.1. T. TAYLOII.
! OHice hours s:::o to r. . m.. l:::n to
i":lM p. in. Sl'.iVi Kiffhteenth street.
lOpitosite C'nion oflice. Telephone
HIJACK A KKKXS.
Architects and Superintendents.
Btate of rtUnols " l
Itook island County. S
la the Circuit Court at the January term. A.
Mi'ra. Hershey. eomp'aina t. Datlel Hayes
and Alice Warneld Uayes, deCendaut
To the auOTC named Daniei Hayes and Alice
wsrrtera nsyes and eacb of them:
Affidavit of your non mldenoa and of the
non re.once of eacb 't you haloK been
filed In the aloe enriiled eaue in the omre
of tbe unferalif e I clerk of ibe circuit court
of tbe. coJiii'v of K c island and slate Of
lillnot. j-vu ;ire hereby ootlli d 'that tbe
above na-tied complainant ha Died In said
court ber oi.l of complaint against tou on
tbe cbiMkCrry side of naid court: That a
sumnons in chncry ban been Issued la sid
cause aga.'nat vou. returnable to tbe Jantia-y
term A I . H02. of said court, to be begun
aod bold en la U cnurt boue in tbe city of
Kock Inland. In Atd ciciniy. In e state of
Iiilnuis. on tht f Monday of January. A.
D. licrf. at wbicb lime and place you will
anpeArand plead. aaver or demur to said
bl'l of com plaint as yon mav see Ut
Dated at Kuck Island Illinois, this tb day
of October, a. D., is"l
Gomcs W. Gahbi.b.
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
fwisiT Walk s. Complainant's Solicitor.
llK.MJY (JAKT.I K. Prop.
Cut Klwen and Hesig-ns of nil
kinds. City ntor.e, 1S07 Seconfl avenue.
Rugs Made to Order.
Orders Promptlj Filled and Delivered.
tl 17 roerth Arena Formerly- Conaeettd
wttb the UaWaa MIiiIm.
STAGE IN VISBY RUINS
Historical Play Given In Sum
mer by Swedish Peasants.
TO ATTRACT FOREIGN TOURISTS.
A Doetrii (harrh Is the Theater.
Seewe of Prod art low Similar lw
Some Itesprrla o That filvrn at
Aetuately u tletiiv to extend the
fame of their picturesque old city and
convert 1 is historical associations aud
Ivy i lad ruliid Into cash l.y hrlnglns
' tourU'Ts. who Seldom go there now. and
at i he same "time to revive and pre
serve the memories ut the past the
trootl people of Vishy. writes William
K. CurtU from Sweden to the t.'hlcago
Ht-.-ord Herald, are try inn to emulate
those- of Olieruiuinfrtfau and are pre-M-niln;;
ii historical play each Sunday
dining the suiumcr season. The cast In
cinuiMised entirely of home talent, the
cosi nines, scenery and roierl ies are
all of local design and manufacture,
and every one who participates Is an
amateur, yonu men ami women of
irood families, who contribute their
services Con no conijKMisalioii hut ulory
ami the admiral ion of their friends.
Ossian Ilamrlii. suH'riuteiident of
schools, is the irciiiiiK who suuested
ami organized the affair and acts as
The play selected to ilia ujrura te the
enterprise Is emit led "Santa Maria"
Mini was written by .acliarias Topeli
us. a Finnish t,ioet of lo-al fame, who
died last year. It Is based umii tli
lirst Swedish cnisaile. when Kaliinind
lot he went from Vishy to Finland
with tin ariuy of crusaders to convert
the Finns from paganism to Christian
ity. Knimtmd was accompanied by his
beautiful daughter Sl?niu. a mission
ary named Ansciethiis ami a iare
company of monks.
This play is given within the rootless
walls of the old church of St. Nicholas.
The bricks are riie wiih aniiiuiiy. ami
the wounds wlr.ch time has made are
concealed by masses of Falisli ivy
which ham: in festoons from the arch
es. T!:e pillars, ihe winlos and the
arches that sustain the roof are almost
perfl-ct. There is no inoi o !ai!i if ill
ri'.in !n al! Knrope. The stae is placed
where the altar formerly stood and N
cu-ireli by the foliage of the trees
that Krow wiihin the sacred walN.
Loiii t!-rs of pine benches rise one aft
er the other Ihroiihoul the entire edi
fice :,ml make a striking contrast to
l ho iiiiilliotied windows, wltose deli-ale
earrinjr has endured for seven centu
ries. Th" audi-ii'-e canii' from all over the
U land, from StiMklmlnt and from other
ports of Sweden, from llclsincfors. the
capital of l'iiiland. anil other cities of
that country. A row of excursion stt rim
ers was tied ilf at the dock, and spe
cial trains from the uttermost parts of
the little island of Gotland arrived and
departed, so as i accommodate the
people wii wished to attend the play.
It was a soli inn and thoughtful alli
eiin. The audience seemed lo ! im
pressed wiih the romantic surroundings
and to a i;ie la le lu tin profouudest
manner the Importamt' f the occasion.
We had been in and out of churches all
the lMoriiinj.-. but nowhere did we feel
the air of solemnity so much. People
spoke to each other in whispers. The
prattle of children was hushed, and the
jioli.-em.in who stood at I he door shrank
lulek Into the shrubliery. fi-elintr that
ho was out of place.
The lines were recited 'lit a very ama
teurish manner, like schnollsivs in a
dialogue on Friday afternoon, aud the
scenery :nd the costumes were of the
most primitive character. The robes
wore of ordinary shlrtluji. ornameuied
with the commonest kind of colored
cloth. The helmets ami Ihe arrows were
made' of tin by the local tinsmith, and
all the oilier properties had a home
made appearance. In such cost nines
the priest and the warrior, the monks
Olid the licauiiful maiden stood up and
declaimed 1hcir- lines at the audience
without elocutionary effect aud with
the most awkward gestures. Ou an or
dinary majre It would have been gro
tesque and excited ridicule, but in those
surroiindiuuK It. was most impressive.
The spectator forgot the present. Ilia
mind was trans)Hrted into the past, far
back Into the centuries, and he seemed
to we real people doing real things tip
on the st a pre.
Although rude, the play Is well worth
seeing. We went expecting to stay only
a few moments, but remained to the
St. Nicholas, In which It is given. Is
the best preserved aud the most im
posing of all tbe ruined churches. l-ing
lfcO by Co feet In size.' Two hundred
years ago It was the chapel of a Iomiu
Many people talk about ozone with
out so much as knowing what ozone Is.
There is a prevalent idea that it is
koinelhiu 3-011 j:ft at the sea and that
it i good for the lungs. What that
something Is. however, few people have
kliHi.-ient curiosity to inquire. Ozone is
what chemists call an allot ropic form
of oxygen that is to s.-iy.' it Is oxygen
11 a highly ticiive and concent rated con
dition, lu ordinary, pure air ozone ex
ists, but only in what chemists call
"traces." J jirger amounts are found in
ocean and mouniaiu air. It instantly
disappears when brought in contact
with decaying matter, dissipating it
self, as it were. In the act of oxidizing
Ozone is known to occur more plenti
fully during thunderstorms, aud we
have, of course, the analogy of its 1h
ing artificially produced from oxygen
by electrical discharge!) In the labora
tory. On the body ozone Is believed to
act as a stimulant: hence the popular
notion of Its Ix-iicticial effects as expe
rienced by the sea. but in any greater
amount than mere traces it Is a violent
irritant. One authority goes ihe length
of asserting that It Is doubtful whether
it is Iieneticial to animal life at all.
AN KJyVA SUFFRAGIST.
the Woman Who la to Lead the
Movement This Winter. .
Mrs. Kvclyn II. P.elden rf Sioux City
will have charge of the equal suffrage
movement In the coming Iowa legisla
ture. Mrs. Hi-Men is president of the
Icwa Kqual Suffrage association and
was in charge or the legislative work
In the stale two years ago.
- At that time the bill passed the sen
ate by a vote of '4 to but because
four members were absent or not rot
luj; it was defeated, as it lacked two
A little Swedish monthly magazine
published in New York city requested
lis readers a short time ago to send hi
accounts of the experiences they had
when they first arrived in this country.
Here is the prize specimen: "In my un
sophisticated days I once started out
to call upon a girl I had known in the
eld country. I was told that she lived
at Madison avenue and - street.
When I reached that corner. I was in
doubt which house to try. but I finally
went up the steps of one that faced
on Ihe avenue ami rang the bell. A girl
came to the door. 'His'S Miss Nelson
live here'' I asked as Miiiey as I
" I don't know any uuch person.' she
answered, and I was turning away
when she called after me, 'Is sht
"That irritated me. 'Did you ever
know any Swedes who were colored''
"'Well. I have seen some green
Swedes. was her retort, and I did not
continue the conversation.
l.'KS. EVELYN IT. IiliLIEf.
votes cf the required constitutional ma
jority. In the house the committee re
ported the bill for passage, but a mi
nority report was introduced. Tliis was
defeated by a vote of 4S to 47, but
when the original bill came up for
adoption the friends of the measure
were not able to muster all their for
mer strength and lost by a vote of 5G
F.ncoii raged by the splendid showing
made in the legislature at the last ses
sion, the KtiiTraglsts have been waging
an active campaign and declare that
their prospects for victory this winter
are very bright. A number of the mem
bers of the legislature who voted
against the measure in the. twenty
eighth general assembly have been de
ft a ted for renomlnatiou. and it is said
that the suffragists were more or less
responsible for the result.
Trials of m Lrrtarer.
A well known Knglish woman lec
turer tells these stories at her own ex
pense: "I was," she says, "on a tour through
the provinces, and one night as I ai
peared ou the platform in u small town
the chairman introduced me to my au
dience in the following way: 'You have
heard of Mr. Oladstone. the tlrand Old
Man. Let me now Introduce to you
the grand old woman.' This was In
tended as a sincere compliment.
"On another occasion a bluff old farm
er, who bosistetl of his ability to look
on all sides of a question, announced
me as follows: 'This lady's come here
to talk about her rights.' he said. 'She's
hired the hall, ami so she's got a right
to be here, and If any of you don't like
what she's got to say you've got an
equal right to walk out in the middle
ou t.' "
The problem of how tlie bachelor girl
or the unattached woman of any age
shall live and move and have her being
is one of those which remains to be set
tled. For the business woman on a
good salary the average lioarding house
has no attractions, but the first class
Ixtarding house charges such exorbi
tant prices for what is received that
A woman's hotel such as has been
tried in Hoston ami New York at mod
erate prices would meet the demand of
many, but there Is a certain class of
j women, special teachers, professional
women and business women holding
responsible and lucrative positions, who
desire mor.? of the privacy of home
life than Is afforded in such a place.
For such women co-operative house
keeping offers perhaps the most feasi
ble solution. In this manner two or
more women may secure independence
and comfort at moderate expenditure.
Those who have tried it assert that
the co-oporatlve plan, with the compan
ionship of two or more congenial wo
men companions, has a broadening ef
fect on each and that the individual
expenditure is small cum pa ret I with
the comforts obtained and with the
price paid for less comfortable quarters
at boarding house or hotel. Providence
always indicate a weak heart.
They are usually preceeded or
followed by palpitation or flut
tering, and tnere may be pain
in left side, a smothering sen
sation and shortness of breath.
Such a heart should be treated
at once, before the disease de
velops beyond control. Heart
disease is as easily cured as other
troubles if taken in time.
'I was subject to fainting
spells, and many times 1 liavo
fallen on the street. 1 was often
compelled tositdown while walk
ing to avoid falling. "Whenphysi- .
clans failed to lielp me, I took
Dr. Miles Ileart Cure and waa
Chabxks I). Raxdat.l. ;
Kllicottvllle, is'. T.
is especially adapted to remove
all irregularities of the heart's
action. Sold by druggists on
Dr. ililes Medical Co., Elkhart, XnL
Away Fraat Home.
It is becoming the fashion for a wo
man to seek a maternity hospital that
i her children may lie born amid conven
iences lacking at home. The children
are sent away from home to school.
They are married away from home, aud
members of the family are taken to
hospitals for their final illness and bur
ied from at undertaker's parlor. It Is
becoming a fashion to fake everything
f it mi home except the family rows.
They are still sacred to the family
hoa i t h. A tch lson ! hilie.
Italian Rrlaandase In ISIS.
One summer evening in the crowded
theater an impatient house demanded
the drawing of the curtain preliminary
to the first act. When at last it was
upraised, II Passat ore and his armed
band occupied the stage, with muskets
aimed at the affrighted audience. The
chief sotted that he should levy a tax
per head, which he then and there col
lected.' The gang made off with their
littoty unmolested. Lady Fresturch's
The specific gravity of'gold is 19.50
that is. It weighs nineteen and a half
times as much as its own bulk of wa
ter. The ductility ami malleability of
this metal are equaled by no other. Ky
ductility is meant the property of al
lowing itself to be drawn out into a
wire' and by malleability Its property
of flattening without splitting tinder
He LoTfd Lawyers.
It is said that Peter the Great, after
witnessing a contest between two emi
nent counsel at Westminster, London,
remarked: "When I left St. Petersburg,
there were two lawyers there. Whes
I get back, I will hang one of them."
SCROFU L A
is "bad blood." A little break
of the skin becomes a sore;
you come to have a good many
perhaps. There arc other
manifestations of scrofula.
This is the plain one.
There is a germ to be killed.
You kill it with vital force.
What is that ?
It's the power that life has.
Full life is strong; scant life
Take Scott's emulsion of
cod-liver oil, to cultivate life.
Abounding life is, perhaps, the
cure of all diseases.
We'll send you a little to try if you like.
SCOTT & fiOWXK, 409 Pearl atreet, New Vork.
raliavM ami aaraly
ear mkm di.w. 0
It froia four itrnariat. 0o a
how by mail, postpaid.
IltCIKK Kl.l.' SOAP
aakeiia batifal enmptexloa. S rta.
JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAT CO..
63 1 Commsrc St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
We're Bound to
;Keep things moving
We oftVr many sin-chd bargains for Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, just to ncourao;o you to c )ine out and do your
trading-, even if the cold weather is very slow about com
4insf. Take advantage of tliese low prices.
"Your Ointment curel terrible
running sore s on baby's faoe She
now has beautiful skin ' Susie
Ma Scbell. 470 Mott Ave, New
A Few Specials in Dress Goods Department.
r3 pieces 54 itch Cheviots, all good colorj for suits, tegular price
79c. p cil. a yard .
f .i pieces very hiavy suitings. 64 inchet wide, jest tbe thing for
V . walking rkirts. ifj. pric- 79c. special, a V trd
rlO pieces all wol 'arffts In greys, tan, modes nd navy blue,
rK price tOc fpeelal. a yard
12 pieces 45 inch ttrnnitri cloth, all nw coloia for sunt waists,
tfrg'iKr price .'iHi?. pcirl, n yard
S pitens a'l wail Mack liuretl novelties, 42 li.clie wide. reg.
r price .we, special, a yard
r See cur line of plain black dress o-ofMis. which is complete and
k 1 . , t . - , . . A it - . . " 1 a
we'i seieeieu. r rices in sun every oouy iruiu ti.io uuwu iu . . liji; w
O f 1 . a. tt! 11 3 . 1 J
roo men waist, linings, mace ana colors, regular price i-ic jaiu,
V krtoeial a varr! '
r . , .. j .
20 pieces Florentine taffeta skirt lining, fast black, 06 inches
wide, regular price 12c. rpecial, yard
4 10 p:e es bla-k and colored mercsrized Sateens, regular price
29 , speMal. yard 2lc
I2d pirs of Ladies1 Kid Shoes, lace, patent tip, regular price
r $1 25. this sale
79 pair of Ladies' Tan Shoes. $2 anl iO values
yO.i- lot Maloney Bros'. Ladies' Buitcn Sioes, regular price
$2 50. now . . 1 1.79
Ojelot of Ladies' Slipper. atiD, fur trimmed, warm lined,
just the thing for house wesr, regular plica fl 50, now
nf you want a bargain tny a fair cf Tan Shoes and we will dye
mem tree 01 cnarge. to.au ana f-i sooes xor
( One lot cf Men's Jshues, elf stock, lace or coDgress, regular
price $2. this sale
L One lot liivs' Satin Ctlfs. lacn. cap toe, si z a 3 to 5, regular
r $1.25, now cnlv 100
? We have the exclusive sale of Foot Glove" shoes for men in en
V amel. patent leather, velour. calforvici kid stock. Take a look at '
CO pairs Men's Pants, good stjle, suipas, etj., well made and
V warranted not to tip. this sale
100 di Men's Natural Wool Half Hose, good, value at 25c.
this sale, per pair
ieo's Jmev (i'ove, former price .'Cc. now
V VIen's 4-plv Linen C illars, 15c and 20c value, this sa'e only ...
yoO dozen Men's Snspenders, strong ana well- maae, zoc ana 00c
values, this rale
TI10 KintMxoii Co.
1 lavonporr, iowa. g
Six Numbers for SI. 25.
Reser -ed seats 50 and 75 cents extra
for entire course.
Seats will be reserved at First Con
gregational church, Moline, Friday,
The Boston Lidies Symphony Or
chestra. December 3.
The Ottumwas Male Quartet Com
pany, Miss YanDensen, Reciter.
Thomas Dixon, Jr., "Backbone."
Imperial Hand Bell Ringers.
The Ernest Gamble Recital Company.
' Dr. Frank Bristol. "Brains."
Tickets May Be Secured in Rock Island at the Y.
M. C. A., Stewart's Hardware Store and
at E. B. McKown'.
PLACE Sc CO.,
:518 Seventecntli Street.
We make and repair Carriage Trimmings,
Upholstering, Tents and Awnings. Give us
. atrial.. All work guaranteed.
A Postal " Will Insure Immediate Attention.