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THE AUGUS, WEPXESDAV, NOVE5IBER is, 1901
THE TB1TELEBB' GUIDE.
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Des Moines & Omaha
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Des Moines Express
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run Worth Sl K. C
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dav. JDaily. except Saturday. All others
dally. Telephone U3.
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B. fc Q. RALLWAY Depot
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termediate East Moline (suburban) . .
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Clinton, Dubuque, La
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tion at foot of seventeenth
btreet. George W. w od,
agent. The trains for Lu
buque and points north ?un
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
Tla Davenport, canton ana savanna
A 11 tralr s will connect t( savanna for points
east and we-l.
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. Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger 7:25 am 11:40 am
Accommrdstion I 10:15 am, 11:15 am
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UDger i 4:00 pm B 15 pm
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Peoria. SnrlaRfleiO. Indian-'
adolis. Cine lnnti.Bloom-
Intrton. bt Louis
Peoria, lndlancpolls. Cin-
Cabled "her-ard Accom.
C-Ie & Sberrard Acorn.
ROCK ISLAND & PKORIA
Hal way. Depot Fl'st avenue
and 'l wentieib street. M. A
Patterson, general pasenrrr
agent. asen iter trains leave
C. R I &P (Moiine avenue)
depot ten (10) minutes earlier
than time riven.
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8.05 am 10 20 pm
Tra'ns marked are daily. All others eally
State of Illinois
Rook Island County. f "
In the Circuit Court at the Janusry term, A.
Mira Hershey, complains' t, ts Daniel Hayes
and Alice Wartield Hayes, delendauts
To the above named Danlei Hayes and Alice
Wartield Hayes and each of them:
Affidavit of your non residence and of the
non-resldenee of each of you having been
filed In the above entitled cause in the omce
of the undersigned clerk of the circuit court
of the county of Rock Island and state of
Illinois, you are hereby notified that the
above named complainant has filed in said
court her bill of complaint against you on
the chancery side of said court: That a
summons in chancery has been issued in said
cause against you, returnable to the January
term A O., iu08. of said court, to be begun
and holden in the court bouse, In the city of
Kock Island, In s-iid county. In re state of
Illinois, on the first Monday of January. A.
D., lturJ, at which time and place you will
appear and plead, answer or demur to said
bill of complaint as you may see fit.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this 28th day
Of October, A. D., 1W1.
Gbobob W. Gamble,
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Swiisit & Wilkib, Complainant's Solicitors
Xotlee of Publication Chancery.
8 tate of Illinois, ' I
County of Rock Island. f
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery.
Hulda Strand vs. Charles Strand.
'Affidavit of non-reaidenoe of the defecd
ant. Charles Strad. having been filed In the
clerk's omce of the circuit court of the said
county, notloe is therefore hereby given to
the said non-resident defendant that the
complainant filed her bill of comolalnt In said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
23d day of June. iWOo. and that tbereucon a
summons Issued out of said court wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on the third
Monday in the month of Semember thereafter
as I by law required, and then on the I'Jlh day
of November, ltool. an alias summons was also
lsued out of said court returnable on the first
Monday of January next.
Now unless yen. the said non-resident defen
dant above named, Charles Strand, eh ail
personally be and appear before the
said circuit court on the first day
of the next term thereof, to be holden
at Rock Island in and for said county on the
first Monday In Januarja next, and plead, an
swer or aemurtoine saia complaisant s dui
of complaint, the same and the matters and
things therein charged and stated will oe
taken as oonfeased. and a decree entered
Mains t yoa aeoordio to the prayer of said
oiu. usjiiui v . uhslc. uirouii una,
Rock Island, LU.
K. H. Uuyer. Complainant's Solicitor.
Sweeney tt Wa'.ker, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, I
Bock Island County. I
In the Circuit Court. In chancery:
The Black Hawk Homestead Bulldios;. Loan
and Savlnc Association vs. Roderick St
Clsirand Bernard Rlnck. Foreclosure. Gen
eral No. 4srt(2.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court, enterea in the above
entitled cause, on - the Sixteenth day of
October. A. IX 1901, I shall, on Saturday, the
Thirtieth day of November. A. D.. 1901. at
the hour of two o'clock In the after
noon, at the at door of the Court
House. In the City of Rock Island, In
said County of Rock Island, to satisfy said
decree, sell at publio vendue to the highest
bidder for cash, that certain parcel of land
situate In the County of Rock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Lot Number Sixteen (16) In that part of the
City of Rock It! and known as and called Ellen
Roche's Addition In the County of Rock Island
and State of Illinois.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this first day
of November, A. D. 1901.
KLWIIf E. Pabkivtib,
Maoter In Cbanoerv. Rock Island County. 111.
Swhsit it WiuuB, Complainant's Solicitors.
Come and see mylargeltne of horse
blankets and covers. Sample goods,
and sm selllog them a little above
manufacturer s price It will pay
you to investigate.
ISO Mark at Square.
A SHOWER OF METEORS
LOOKED FOR THIS WEEK
The wonders of that famoiiB. night
when "de stars fell," as old negres
still relate down south, may jxissibly
l)e repeated during1 the latter part of
this week. For Nov. 13 to Nov. 16
was the time the great shower of
Leonid meteors was expected to take
place two years ago. The shower was
not then seen. Hut the ast ronomers
explained that the celestial train had
merely lost time and would certainly
arrive last year.
Again the shooting stars shot not,
and again the unlearned public was
told to hold its breath just 12
months longer, ltut it is by no means
certain that the men of science have
solid ground for their predictions. It
is hardly possible that a great display
may occur this year Wtvveen mid
night ami ilaylight from Nov. 13 to 10,
but the great displays are a thing of
the past, and it is probable that only
scattering members of the shower
will appear. Whether it is worth
while to watch for them or not must
be determined by each individual.
The leonids, concerning which so
much has been said and written about
this time during the past four or five
years, and which were exacted to
appear in great numbers last Novem
ber ami the preceding one, but a
peared only in very moderate num
bers, is the most remarkable of the
true meteoric showers, the orbits of
which cross that of the earth this
month. On Nov. 13. 1S33. between
midnight and morning, meteors, or
shooting stars, appeared in enormous
numbers in this country, which made
a brilliant display in the heavens and
caused many jeopIe to believe that
the end of the world had arrived.
AUGUST LITTIG REVISITS
OLD HOME AFTER 63 YEARS
Kx-Ald. Littig, who came to Daven
port from Paris, France, in 1S37,
Wednesday of this week, in company
with ex-Street Commissioner K. W.
Ilaker, drove over to George Luken's
home, situated tn the north bank of
Uock river, one mile east of Illack
Hawk Watch Tower, and there took
a bountiful dinner with Mr. Lukens
and family. Sixty-one years ago Mr.
Littig took several meals in the same
house with Mr. Carr, then owner of a
JOO-acre farm. Mrs. Lukens was a
daughter of Mr. Carr. A few years
later, while Mrs. Lukens was still
quite a young girl, Mr. Littig and his
brother John purchased large quanti
ties of hay on that farm.
The nearest neighbor to the Luken
homestead at the present time is Mr.
Love II and family, tender of lock 33
of the Hennepin canal. The dam
which the government built across
the river extends from the Lovell resi
dence to the Lukens home, a distance
of 1,31)0 feet. This dam is at the
head of Carr's island. f which Mrs.
Lukens father was the owner for
many years, and from whom it re
ceives its name.
Near this lock, on Mill Creek, Mr.
Carr also owned a small saw and
feed mill. Mr. Littig says he often
went through that mill, the first few
years that he resided in this vicinity.
Mr. Littig and Mr. Maker say that
they were more than royally enter
tained while spending the day with
the Lukens family and two young
lady friends of the family tisiting
there, entertained the guests with
seteral selections on the piano, and
Mr. Littig sang a French song. He is
S3 years of age this month, and at
this age is young in spirit anil enjoys
life with young people as well as old.
Mr. Littig has many relatives residing
in this and Hock Island county. Mrs.
August StelTen is u grand-daughter,
also the wife of Mr. Karwarth, the
Moline druggist. Davenport Leader.
CELEBRATE 15TH ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs- Lather Lyon Receive Friends
at Home Last Evening-.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lyons cele
brated their 1.1th wedding annivers
ary by holding a reception at their
homo, 2717 Eighth avenue, last even
ing. The guests were: Mrs. Sarah
Lyons and Mrs. Thomas Moody, Frie;
Mrs. .fames Hahn, Le Claire; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Gadient. Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Gadient, Mr. and Mrs. William Gad
ient, Miss Amanda Kchling, Daven
port; Mr. and Mrs. William Copp, Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. ISaughman, Mrs.
Barge, Mr. and Mrs. Lisbon and son,
Mrs. Cronk, and son, Kock Island.
Kef reshments were served and the
evening devoted to an appropriate
observance of the happy event. Mr.
and Mrs. Lyons were made the recip
ients of a number of beautiful pres
ents. Mr. Lyons gift to his wife was
a handsome piano.
Mothers everywhere praise One
Minute Cough Cure for the sufferings
it has relieved and the lives of their
little ones it has saved. Strikes at
the root of the trouble and draws out
the inflammation. The children's
favorite cough cure. B. II. Bieber
and liartz & Ullemeyer.
Into each life some ruins must fall,
Wise people don't sit down and bawl;
Only fools suicide or take to flight.
Smart people take IJocky Mountain
Tea at night.
T. II. Thomas, druggist.
HEED THE WARNING!
.The first warning of kidney trouble
la usually pain In the back, because
the spinal cord and kidneys work In
sympathy. To avoid complications
such as Blight's Disease or Diabetes,
get Kld-Ne-Olds now. They cure weak
back and sick kidneys to stay cured.
50c. ' Coated tablets. Easy to take.
T. H, THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
DAVENPORT LADY WHO
BESTOWS LOVE ON A DOLL
A highly respectable lady in Daven
Iort. who has a pleasant but child
less home, has a large doll baby that
is the object of her affection, and on
whioh she spends considerable money
every "year, says the Davenport Ke
publicau. Once every year she makes
it an entire new wardrobe, and when
this is clone she gives it a party and
invites the little girls of the neigh
borhood to come and help entertain
the doll. The little x-ople are given
a nice lunch and nil Ihe candy they
can eat. The doll occupies during
the reception a pretty chair purchas
ed for it many years ago. and the
children naturally admire ami possi
bly envy the pretty wardrobe of the
inanimate piece of bisque and saw
dust. Most of them are not as ex
jeiisively dressed because the means
of their parents will not permit the
outlay, but they naturally look for
ward to the doll's party because of
the good things they get to eat and
the pleasures they have of romping
and playing in the large grounds
surrounding that pretty home.
This little story of the lady and her
doll is true, and is only cited to show
that jieople must have something to
love. Some women who are childless,
while loving their husbands, bestow a
certain portion of their affection on
cats, dogs anil birds, but it is unusual
for them to pick up tin inanimate
object and make it uu idol as in the
case cited. The Davenport lady, of
course, gets pleasure out of the care
she gives to her doll or she would
seek some other pet. She finds it
necessary to have something to idol
ize in connection with her pretty sur
roundings, and instead of choosing a
cat. a dog or a bird, she chose a
Thi thought naturally conies, why
did she not take some orphan boy or
girl of respectable parentage and give
it the affection she bestows on her
doll? Some day there would have
been a return in kindness and appre
ciation that she can never get from
her present pet. Kven the grateful
ness of a dog or cat should touch the
human heart and it does most hearts.
The purring of the old tabby cat on
the rug on the return of the owner
to the home is music to the cars of
most mankind. But a doll can only
charm by its beauty, while human
beings, especially in childhood, bring
happiness because of the apprecia
tion they show as a reward for kind
ness. Had the kind-hearted Daven
port lady cnosen a helpless baby
some years ag. instead of the doll
and cared for it as she certainly
would the music of that child's voice
in her home woidd now In the sweet
est melody that she ever heard. She
would see the development in body
and mind of a human being, and in
this way see that her love and soli
tude were not misplaced.
This sketch is not written with the
object to criticise, but rather to draw
a moral which has already been hint
ed at. Nothing should so appeal to
people as the innocence of child
hood. The little people have their
loves and hojK-s and pride-and pains
the same as people f mature years.
When denied what is due them they
feel it, and when bereft of parents
they are helpless. Men and women
possessed of means should seek out
and care for unfortunate- children
when they have none of their own
to bless their homes, in this way
they will help mankind and have
mucn more satisfaction than where
they bestow their means anil affec
tion on something of an inanimate
Great Luck of an Fdltor.
"For two years all efforts to cure
Eczema in the palms of my hands
failed, "writes Editor II. N. Lester, of
Syracuse, Kan., "then I was wholly
cured by Bucklen's Arnica Salve."
It's the world's best for eruptions,
sores and all skin diseases. Only
23c at liartz & Ullemeyer's.
A Good Hearted
or in other words, men with
good sound hearts, are not very
numerous. The increasing
number of sudden deaths from
icled by the
press, is proof
of the alarm
lence of this
and as no one
just when a
fatal collapse J- A Kraamer.
will occur, the danger of neg
lecting treatment is certainly a
very risky matter. If you are
short of breath, have pain in
left side, smothering spells, pal
pitation, unable to lie on side,
especially the left, you should
mucV Heart Cure.
J. A. K reamer of Arkansas City, Ksns
says: "My heart was so bad it wss im
possible forme to lie down, and I could
neither sleep nor rest. My decline was
rapid, and I realized I must get help
soon. I was advised to try Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure, which I did, and candidly
believe it saved my liie."
Dr. MUaa Ka-anadlaa ara said
by !! drucfiata an guarantaa.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
P 14-11 WEST SECOND SX. a a DAVENPORT
F THE LARGEST, LEADING AND
. IMST-PRICED EXCLUSIVE
upheld by Style, Quality and Low Prices
. Its the style and quality of our goods that makes our prices the lowest. When you compare prices, compare style,
quality, workmanship. We do not ask you to trade here because we have the largest Cloak and Millinery Store in the
State and carry the largest stocks. We merely offer this as a powerful argument. Our store has been crowded all
the time, and in spite of the warm weather, we have done the largest business of our whole career. People look
I around and come back to us. .
4 jzf q WE ASsTe4
The inducements we extend to everyone for their trade is "selling better goods for the same money, or the same
goods for less money, than others," and cheerfully right at once anything that may by accident prove wrong. We
depend upon the merit of our Stock, Style, Quality and Low Prices to Sell Our Goods. Try Us.
Ladies' Tailor -Made
Suits and SKirts.
We are showing at the present time
a most magnificent assortment of
Ladles Tailor-made Suits and Skirts.
The superiority of the "Bee Hive"
Suits Is acknowledged everywhere.
There's a style, a character, an Indi
viduality about them not to be found
in other Suits. The Best for the least
money is assured when you buy a "Bee
Suit, made of all
style of cut.
with silk Ro
faced with Peau
De Sol, entire
with rows of
value for the
Ladles' EJton or Blouse Suit, made
of all wool Venetian, Jacket beautiful
ly trimmed with bands of 6titched
Eatln, Skirt has circular flounce
trimmed with 6 rows of stitched satin,
a high clasa suit of exquisite workman
ship and must be seen to be C 1 C AA
appreciated. Price OlvUU
Ladies Single Breasted Vest Front
Eton Suit, made from fine quality all
wool Broadcloth, Jacket lined with
Skinner satin. Skirt cut with gradu
ated flare flounce, neatly corded, en
tire suit trimmed with numerous rows
of Tailor stitching, a high COC AA
class tailored suit, for, $LdJ
Our line consists of over 60 differ
ent styles of Suits, made in all the
latest styles and materials. Prices
from 9.98 up to $25. We make to or
der any style or size of Suit. Skirt.
Cloak, fit guaranteed, or money re
funded. All made to order garments
delivered In one week to ten days.
Ladies' Separate y
LADIES WALKING SKIRT Made
of all wool heavy skirting, flounce bot
tom, 20 rows of stitching, comes In
all colors, the best Skirt In CC AA
the city at the price )uUU
WE SHOW 7 styles of Walking
Skirts at 5.00. The equals you can
not find elsewhere for 5S.00 and $7.00.
LADIES' WALKING SKIRT style
of cut, made of good quality Melton,,
nicely stitched and tailored, a re
markable value tor ffO OC
the price ' $dtLu
LADIES WALKING SKIRT like
cut, made of good quality black Ker
sey, beautifully finished, with tailor
stitching, cannot be matched CQ AO
for the price JI70
LADIES' DRESS 8KIRT made of
Venetian, flounce bottom, trimmed
with six rows of satin, without doubt
the greatest Skirt ever produced for
the price, you will say so CC AA
when you see it jloUU
AT $6.93, $7.50 AND $9.98 At these
prices we can give you a very large
assortment to select from.
LADIES' SILK SKIRTS at $7.50,
$3.98, $11.98, $10.98 and $25.00.
It la lmpossib e to describe the
many pretty styles and Ideas on ac
count of limited space. About 100
styles to select from.-
Great Showing of Ladies'
This Is a season of variety everything is fashionable. New
Markets, loose and tight fitting; Raglans, full and half loose backs;
Box Coats, Short Natty Jackets, Automobiles in half loose and
tight fitting backs. Paletots In full and three-quarter lengths. Sat
isfactory selections can be made from our great stocks. We have
outdone all previous efforts, and invite you now to a stock that in
Style Value and Excellence of Workmanship is unsurpassed and in
Price Lowness unapproached.
LADIES' RAGLANS made of good
quality black Thibet, cloth yoke front
and back, edged with satin, a strictly
up-to-date and will fin
ished Raglan for
LADIES' RAGLAN made of good
quality Oxford Melton, yoke front and
back, made with Raglan sleeve, a high
class and beautiful novelty well worth
WE SHOW the largest and best se
lected stock of Ladies' loose back and
tight fitting Raglans in the city. Price,
$9.98. $12.98. $15. COC AA
$19.98 and o0.UU
Ladies' Long Coats and
LADIES' NEWMARKET made of
all wool Oxford Melton, half lined with
Satin, a warm and prac
tical coat for
LADIES' NEWMARKET made of
Tan Melton, storm collar, a remark-
LADIES' NEWMARKET made of f
all wool Kersey, elegantly tailored and
stitched, half lined with Satin, comes
in castor and black, for richness of
material and value it has no CI Q QQ
equal for the price vltiuO
LADIES' NEWMARKET made of
al wool fine quality Kersey, half lined
with Skinner Satin, yoke front and
back, entire coat beautifully finished
with numerous rows of tailor stitch
ing, a high c lass tailored
LADIES' THREE - QUARTER
COAT in half loose and tight fitting
LADIES' CLOTH COAT, 42 inches '
long, made of good quality Kersey. .
storm collar, flaring cuffs, a practical .
and warm garment. CQ AO
for .' UJ0
LADIES' CLOTH COAT, 42 inches
long, made of good quality all wool f
Kersey, yoke front and back, entire i
garment lined with best quality Satin.
comes in black, castor, red and tan.
a garment well worth
$10. Our price
LADIES' CLOTH COAT made of
very fine quality Kersey, lined with
best quality Satin, stitched strapped
seams, beaver fur collar and reveres.
a high class tailored
LADIES' CLOTH COAT made of good quality all wool Kersey,
best quality Satin lining, yoke front and back neatly corded a
high class coat of exquisite workmanship and must be seen to be
appreciated. (10 QQ
LADIES' CLOTH COATS made of good quality Oxford cloth,
lined with satin and silk Romaine CIA AO
at : $9.98. $12.9J, $16.98 and .J 1 U,tJO
We have on display over 500 trim
med hats, no two alike, at
$1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98,
$7.50, up to $20.00
Compare our trimmed hats with those
advertised at the same and higher
prices and you will have to admit that
ours are the Best in Style, Best in
Quality and Lowe6t in Price,
Ladies' Beaver Hats, others
ask $3.75 and $4, CO fl
our price $L0)
Ladles' Felt Fedora Hats,
at 75c. S9c
Childrens' Camels Hair Tarns,
best grade C A
Childrens Mjphair Felt Tarns
with visor, others . ask 60c,
Fur Scarfs, Collar
ettes, and Electric
Ladies' Electric Seal Fur Jackets,
style of cut, linned throughout with
Skinner Satin, a garment well
Ladles' Near Seal Fur Jackets,
style of cut. lined throughout with
Skinner Satin, cannot be matched
Electric Seal Fur Scarfs, trimmed
with 6 fur tails, CO QQ
at $1.49, $1.99 and $LoCS
Large Im. Stone Marten fine
scarf, trimmed with six fur tails
a remarkable value CO QQ
Sable Martin Fur scarf trimmed
with six fur tails, well worth $6.
Genuine Martin Jfu-
Fur Scarfs at $6.98.
$8.98 CIO QQ
Martin Fur Storm
Collar, Satin lined,
trimmed with clus
tails . .
Fur Storm Coliar.
Satin lined, trim-
of fur tails, ear
not be matched for
the price 7.98
We carry the largest assortment of
Popular Price FurB in the city.
Fur Collarettes, from .A QQ
$1.48 up to Jil.tJO
Fur Storm Collars, at $-'.75C0 QQ
$3.98. $5.98 up to . 4 10.30
Lack of space forbids a detailed
description of our immense stock.
Ladies' Silk and
Never before were so many beauti
ful and stylish Cloth and Silk Waists
displayed at one time. Every new and
correct style is- shown .
Ladles Taffeta Silk Waist, made
yoke effect in front, neatly corded and
trimmed, conies in CO QQ
all shades $LdO
Ladies' Silk Waist made of best
quality Taffeta, elaborately corded and
stitched, a strictly tailored and high
class Waist, CC QQ
Ladies' All Wool Flannel Waists,
cuffs and collar trimmed CI OC
with Persian band Mcl
Ladies' All Wool Flannel Waists,
made Norfolk style, all colors
We show a very large and varied as
sortment of Ladies' Fancy Trimmed
and Tucked Wool Waists. All exclu
sive styles not to be found elsewhere
at $2.98, $3.98, $4.98 and $5.98
Lack of space forbids a detailed
description of our immense stock of
Silk and Mercerized
Petticoats, Cloth and
Plush Capes l