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THE AltGTJS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1901.
When in Doubt Consult the Best.
Health is life's Greatest Luxury. If You Want Health Consult the
World's Greatest and Most Successful Specialist in Chronic,
Nervous and Private Diseases of Both Sexes.
Clerk Cheek, Recorder Bryson and
Auditor Jan-how got together yesterday
and drew the following grand jurors for
she year 11HJ2: W. J. Wtitp7ial, DtLveu-
port township; Clioi-lea Reupke, city;
j. Gardner, LeClaire township; T. J.
Glynn, iSutler township; Robert Wliite,
(Surfalo township: L J. Tobin, infield
township; LouU Hinz, Blue Grass town
shin: Ilenrv D. Lau. Lincoln townhh:
' I . n.. - - n
L. V. Pope. Priwetun township; Christ, fcircet. llie dwnsed was a years 01
recruits for the. regular army. These
station are five, in number, located in
Ottumwa, Rurlington, Sioux . City, Des
Moines aiul Davenport. They have been
in the charge of Captain W. S. Scott, for
the past month, but he ha grown tired
of the work, and has asked to be reliev
ed. Captain Kly is a brother of .X. D.
Kly of this eitv, and has visited here sev
The death of Mrs. Mary O'Dea, the
widow of Michael CXDea, occurred yes-
terdaj' at her home, 1428 Marquette
Koch.' Sheridan township; John Greve,
Allen's Grove township; Thomas J.
Kawden, Rock in ghani town.'hip.
A girl named Rilla Milla. reverse! the
usual order of things and gave- her step-
acre and was born in Ireland. She had
lived for 43 years in Davenport, and is
survived by ono son, John. The cause
of death was pneumonia. The funeral
will occur at !) o'clock Saturday morn
iiur. with services at the Holy Family
mother a whipping Wednesday and Mag- chapel, and burial in St. JLtrj'' ceme-
Consultation and X-Ray Examination Free by Our 24-Plate trate linger gave her senteiw of 30 tery
Static Machine, the Largest in the Country,
MEX Our special system of treat
ment will cure you of Nervous Debil
ity, Threatened Insanity, Loss of Will
Power, Kxhaustive Drains, Sleepless
ness, Lost Manhood, Defective Mem
ory, Stricture, Syphilis and all lilood
and Kidney Diseases.
VARICOCELE Is a frequent cause
of nervous and physical decline. Why
treat months with others when we
can positively cure you in from one
to three treatments?
Visit our office and we will In
pleased to show you the tinest elect ri
cjil batteries in the country. We in
vite comparison. Twenty years' ex
perience has made Dr. Walsh a master
of the electrical method of curing
THE THOUSANDS we have cured
during our eight years in Davenjort
must prove to you that our cures are
There are few doctors that have the
ability to cure chronic diseases. You
must remember that over CO self-
calh-d socialists have located during
the past lew years in the tri-eities and
have made extravagant claims to cure
chronic diseases, and they all have
left behind them broken promises and
failures, .therefore, if von want to
insure yourself against loss of money
ami obtain health, consult Ir. Walsh,
for he lias lxeii lonir tried and has
proven a success when others have
failed. Remember it pays to consult
the iK'st hrt.
Only curable diseases taken. If you
cannot call write. Hundreds cured
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m.,
Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
School closed for the holidays at St.
Katharine's hall Wednesday.
Judge liullinger granted a divorce to
Johaima .Neiiliaiis from Joseph Neuhaus.
Jake Hebbeln, employed as clerk in
Office, McCullough Building, 124 West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WaJsh.
days, suspended during good behavior.
The school board has granted the pe
tition of the teachers, and the holiday
vacation will liesrm this eveninif. There
is to be gohool lVc 30 and 31, but Jan.
1 will be a holiday, as usual. The favor
is duly appreciated. The length of tlie
vacation is thu same as it would have line county treasurers and county audi
been if the arrangement of the board tor's ottiue, will on the first day of the
had stood. year become deputy for Assessor Jeppe
Kieiing, taking the. place of Hugo Wultl,
Miss CJraeo Cooper, of Des Moines, sea- who has resigned to accept the position
retury of the Iowa llutiiauu soeiety, has 1 of bookkeeper for the Daveport Slaugh
resigned. 1 lie society lias lauea lo eieet teiuig ana Kendering company.
a successor, and there is a vhance that! George Meyers, the. man who was so
this may not be done for some time. I seriously injured by lieing sand-bagged
Some of the enthu-sia-ds in the good I in an' alley on" Marquette street near
work in this city might fill the place,! Fifth on the evening of Thanksgiving,
but they would insist on tne a thee being was abh? to leave Morbonia hospital yes
located hero if they did. I terday and went to the home of rela
tu-es in Geneseo. He has improved
Captain H. E. Ely, 2(th infantry, U. I greatly in physical condition, but seem-
A., and until recently in the Philip-led weak m his memory of the assault
pine service Willi Ins rvgiuieiu. is itacK i nuuie on mm. lie says lie. uoes not
in Iowa jLirain. and he is to have the I know who hit him or anvtluiur about
1 I w
charge of the Iowa, stations that gather! how it occurred
IRE THAN 1,000 CURES.
I am Proud of that Record.
It is a pleasure to know that your work is well done and to see the fruit
of vour lalor in the happiness of 1,000 men and women. And the fruits are
shown in my business. My patients are from all classes, rich and jxior, capi.
lausi ami iaiKrer, men ami women, i am uoing twice tne business 1 was a
year ago. Why? I suppose it is lecaiie I give every patient what he wants
I have made a life study of the 'evelopment of perfect nianhood and
womanhood 1 have alaptel electricity to restore health and strength and
the result is, I cure nine cases out of ten of chronic ailments after the failure
of the lest doctors, and the best of it for vou is that the services are
Free for One Week.
. The reason of this extensiou of free treatment is that now fully 50
c?nt of the patients that call on me come recommended by some fori
iKilicnt whom l have eureu, ami consequently thev pay nie for my services:
the other .r0 jK?r cent are those that have seen my free treatment advertise
ments in the aiers and are treated
Free for One Week.
Weakness and III Health
Overcome by Vinol.
We have Seen
Lots o f P roof o f
Ton will agree with us that there is
nothing much worse than a feeling of
weakness or lassitude. There is no need
of our telling you that when one feels this
wav, it is a symptom of a disordered con
dition ot the system.
We would like to tell everyone in this
city how to get strong take Vinol on
inol is not a patent medicine. Every
thing contained in it is printed on the
label of each bottle, it does invigorate.
create llesli when lleh fs needed, and
makes rich red blood. Vinol cannot do
harm because it contains only the in
gredients that are needed lo accomplish
irood, namely, the active curative
medicinal principles found in the liver of
the live cod. Vinol differs from cod liver
oil inasmuch as none of the ereaso that
tastes so badly and acts so detrimentally
on the digestive onraus is found in it.
We have reason from what we have
seen and heard to endorse Vinol as we
do, for we know what it has done in
many cases where the patient has been
Mrs. Thorns, the Case street woman
who broke her leg Wednesday after
noon and then tried to kill herself by
cutting her tliroat and slashing both of
her wrist, was reported to be still liv
ing Liet night, with some chance of get
ting over her injuries. ord from Mor
bonia hoKiMtal wan to the ettect that
loss of blood had been so great that
nothing could prevent death, except the
vigorous const it ut ion oi ine ciaeriy
lady. Slip oan talk rationally at tunes
ami at other times is delirious.
Veaterday forenoon llev. li (.J. Saun
derson, assistant superintendent of the
Illinois Anti-Saloon league, addressed
the Ministerial union. He is visiting
fifty of the cities of the state to get
church people to take vigorous hold and
seoure the passage of a comprehensive
local option bill which shall establish
the principle of popular control of the
saloon by mandatory direct vote.
Wellington Wood camp, S. of V., will
be mustered this evening at Masonic
hall and the liock Island camp, and ull
old soldiers, ".vill be guests. It had been
planned to invite the ladies, but it has
been impossible to nrrango for their en
Invitations are out for the wedding
of Miss Jennio Coon of Coal Valley and
Sam. T. Stewart, of 1417 Fourteenth
street, Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs
Stewart will live at 1532 Fifteenth ave
nue, until iu the spring.
tion it was found that he had sustained
two cuts on his left leg, as well as some
bruises on his right leg and hip. Dr.
Wessel attended him.
, yiimiip iiwiii iinw.ii wutt.jm mmm
... ... : n-i .3 Jim
Now, if vou are sick or ailing in any manner and vou happen to read
this announcement you are lucky indeed, providing you call and accept this
great offer. Of course I want it understood that when. YOU AUK C'UKEI)
vou will give nie a recommendation or else do w hat vou can in the wav of run down and debilitated and where the
recommending others to me, liecanse that is the way I make my expenses. I most wonderful results have been accoiu
Later, when I have alxjut DO ?er cent of the ix?onle ealluif on rue. do so Dlished by its use.
through the recommendation of some cured friend, I am goin"- to stop the . We a'so 'ee fur0 'iat Ilianv reople
free treatment offer altogether, but until then I waut the true merits of mv have token who were on the verge
most successful treatment on earth known to every IhkIv and I don t know of ; ,,i mi..-0,B
. . i . . j I V ouuiiuinun.vi I'"" J
an. ijvuti mail cAii-imni scimra quickly restored to health. Here is one
of many letters endorsing Vinol:
"As a strengthening tonic, I will gladly
say that Vinol is the best medicine I ever
have taken or heard of. W e have used
it in our family as a strength producer
with, the best possible results." Mrs.
James Axdersox. Mansfield. Ohio.
It is because we have had so much
proof of what Vinol really does, and
because we know that everybody
who tries Vinol quickly learns that It
is delicious, that we unhesitatingly
endorse it, and agree at all times to
refund to anyone the price they pay
for Vinol if they do not find it abso
Have You Perfect Health? harper house pharmacy.
Free for One Week.
I HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE ELECTRIC ESTABLISHMENT IN THE
WOULD FOR TREATING THE SICK, INCLUDING THE X-RAY.
J. ALVIN HORNE, M. D..
And Associate Physicia.rs.
Rooms 40, 50, 51, 53, 54 and 55 Mitchell & Lynde Building, Rock Island.
Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
GEN. R. S. DYRENTORTH
SUES FOR A DIVORCE
The following Waslungton dispatch
will be read with interest by Gen. Dy
renforth's friends of this citv:
Waslungton, 1). C, Dee. 10. Robert
G. Dyrenforth, commander-in-chief of the
Union Veterans union, lias filed in the
supreme court of the district a suit for
divorce from his wife, Jennie Dyren
forth, charging cruelty and neglect.
About 1877, the petition alleges the
defendant began a system of abuse and
neglect toward him, and declared that
she had no personal affection for him
This conduct residted iu a separation,
which lasted for several years. Upon
the wife's promise to reform her ways
they resumed living together in the year
1SS.7. Shortly after her return, the pe
titioner claims, the commenced to use
intoxicating liquors, and became addict
ed to their excessive use to such, a ue.
grcc as frequently to lx'wme both vio'
lent and destructive, on which occasions
:he would throw anything within reach
at her husband. It is also stated by
Gen. Dvrenforth that she made large
financial demands upon him, and indulg
ed in great and unnecessary extravagances.
Gen. and Mrs. Dyrenforth were mar
ried in Chicagoj Oct. 11, 1807, and lived
there several years before removing to
Washington. Upon their arrival here,
thepetition declares, Gen. Dyrenforth
purchased a residence in -Mount Pleas
ant, and furnished it throughout in a
handsome manner. The wife soon be
came dissatisfied, it is alleged, and
forced him at great expense to rent a
house in the down-town section. Thn
the petitioner claimed he did in the
hope of inerewsing his domestic happi
ness, but found that lis wife continued
her necleet f him, eveo to the extent
of ordering him from the house when
he was ill and in a weak condition.
If Not Investigate the New and Improved Methods of Treat
ing Chronic, Nervous and Private Diseases of
Both Men and Women of
THE GERMAN-ENGLISH SPECIALISTS
Hundred of cases have been cured
by them in the Trinities during the
past four years.
X-RAY Among the many modern
. aids found in their office for examin
ing patients and treating obscure dis
eases" Is the X-Ray. Vy means of this
agent they are enabled to diagnose
obscure diseases of the Bones, Liver,
Kidnej-s, Heart and Lunrs, also to
cure Lupus and Cancer without use
THEIR STATIC MACHINE The
largest in the tri-cities, is a powerful
aid to their Medical Treatment of the
varions forms of Nervous Diseases,
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Nervous De
bility, Sleeplessness, General Exhaus
CZONE AND CATAPHORESIS in
Diseases of the Lungs. Many of their
cures of Consumption are due more
to the inhalation of Ozone and the
introduction of medicines into the
Notice ot Public, tlon Chancery.
Rock Island County. (
In the Circuit Court. January term. A. D.
Hugh Walk r, executor of the last will and
testament or joiio xutue, accessed
Edwin W. Robert, James TuUIe. Mary Bate-
man. Elsworth liszen, M. Colfsx Hazen, Ar-
tnur liszen. rarena uszen. t-ttiel hear Hoi-
comb, Eva P. Boleomb. Frank C Holcomb,
diseased Inno- hrr r'otoi u Hiaocn aoicomo, Lja'i v n hiper, Alice
e j iuou Kussel, l.aura a. vanderallce, Grace Deemer.
to any other cause. It is only bv the Arthur Deemer, Roy iemer, K.mer Dee-
ii rf lr i.: mer. Iettle Barber. Clifford Ufemer, Blanch
... fo- "."wv. ii.v.i.uc: mai, i ijeemer, Nyle Deemer and Martha Johnston,
mese results can De ootaineu. I guardian oi saia winueemer.
at pnilOT T2r Ti,.:. t - i r-.'i.j I Amasvuoi tne non-reiaenoe or the said
Aicuiioi.i&ii ineir Kelly Method jn,n Tuttin. hir, himikm nnrth M.n
of Treating Alcoholism has not fail- I M. uolfax Hazen. Arthur U.zen.Eniella Bazen,
. - . . I Kir.e.l FKrl Holcumb. Fv V Hnlnnmh I'ranli
ea in a single case, over nrty cases c Holoomo. Blanch L Holoomo. Alice Russel, JL Simmons, Chicago.
uaic ittucu l vuiunue OI UOia VUre l Aimur uccuior, joiner uccracr uu lciuq
at their Office and private hospital I Edwin W. Kobert Lydia Van Riper. Laura
wunout a single relapse. Ihey ask A vnarnice. urmce ueemer. koj ueemer,
no f. nt:: r.,, ; fr,,i ClItTort pcemer. Klaoch Deemer. Njle Uee-
w -ua vui. L .
VARICOCELE The most frequent Deemer. havlnu been filed in the clerks office rh:oatFO
,.m -v ,. T-u--.. i . , oi las cireun vuuri m iu cuuotj, nonce IS I o -
cause of Nervous Debility absolutely therefore hereby riven to the said non-res"
curea uy their painless treatment. laen aeienaants mat me complainant nied
jw.. L J fctx "en tuiiauiu chancery nlde thereof, on tne sixtn day or De-
LR. H0LL0WBTJSH ELECTED
BY WESTERN SURGEONS
The Western Surgical and Gynecolog
ical association adjourned last evening
after a two days' nessioik in the Great
Northern hotel, Chicago. The next
Jneeting will be held in St. Joeph, Mo.,
i)ec. 29 and 30, 10)2. The newly elected
ofheers of the association are:
President Dr. J. E. Moore. Minne
First vice president Vr, J. it. iioiioy
bush. Rock Island.
Second vice president Dr. W. W.
Secretary and treasurer Dr. George
While feeding a folding machine Wed
nesday afternoon, Miss Lulu Grimes had
the iuiiex ringer of her right hand caught
in a cog wheel. A little later MUs Ada
Hansen had the third linger of her left
hand caught in the stitcher. Hotl
young ladies are employed at J. W
The T. H. E. club, well-known a?
siKinsor of home of the prettiest da nc
ing parties in tri-city society circles,
has issued invitations to its second
dancing party of this season, to 1h held
at K 1. liall Monday evenintr. Dec. 'M.
The Club Manhattan will give a ball
at Industrial Home hall Christmas eve.
Gratifying indeed was the state of af
fairs brought out at the annual meet
ing of the" First Congregational church,
when the annual reports were read. It
develoied that the new cliurcli witn
"lass and all the items in its construe-
... - .s
tion figured in. with its .Y.,oo organ aiiu
the church furnishings has cost in
round figures $40,000 And the building
fund contains at present almost enough
money to pay all the oen accounts.
Enough will "have lcen collected from
pledges before the close of the present
month to wipe out all these open ac
counts. Tli is means that $2."),000 out of
the total cost of $40,000 will have leeii
paid, and the church will legin the new
year with only $15,000 due on building
Execuive council Drs. A. F. Jones,
Omaha; O. B. Campbell, Chicago; II. C,
Crowell, Kansas City; C. 1L Mayo,
raerandManhaJchnaton.guardlanof gaidNyle I Rochester, Minn., and A. II. Ferguson,
Health and Beauty.
Poor complexion is usually the ra
mose mat thoroughly understand cemoer ira.mu in,i tucrrupoa a summons , , lo,,l.r;tv f
treat it success
English specialists have
ana have the means to now pending, returnable on the first Monday the bowels. DeWitt's
essfully. The 'German- Mo Jhemonih of January, neJt. as Isby law re- TI. .tlmulate the li
I quired. Now. uDlesn you. the said non real-1 risers stimulate ine li
iiiisia jor vt-ara oeot defendants alove naml. James TutUe.
made Chrnic Diseases and Surccrv Mry listen: an, rJsworth Hszen. M. Colfax
. J Hazen, arthur Uazen. Estella Hazen, Ktbel
their siiccialty both in private prac-lPearl Hoieomb. Kva P. Boteomb. Frame.
reirular action of the bowels. Never
Of Benefit to Too.
S. Mitchell, Fulford, Md.:
tice and hospitals. Tliey nave every Uo comb, tiianch L. Holcomb, Alice Rutsel.
i ! i. ii i- -i .t Arthur Deemer BJmer Deemer and Lettle
modern aid at their disposal, togeth- jurber. snail personally be and appear before
er with their wide experience to suc-i1 e'rault court, on ihe tirst day of be next
cessf ullv treat your disease. I .ni rih a -,in rn ,h Hm unm in
CONSULTATION FREE AND CONFI- I January next, and piead. answer or demur to ing a long illness I was troubled with
m,VTTtr line saia CQmpiiiusui a uui ui v;.-ujpiiui, ids ,nrM 4ri1 Me Witt a Witeh TlAel
1.NTIAL. sane and the matters and thlops therein I "ea Bore8 triea iet ill s ltcn iiazei
J 1 OH TS . J lo J. a. m.. 5 lO 4 &nu , I uu imicu wi.i w Kvna wutwru, I oauc buu ns V " v . vuaca y nv. o ,
uo iB-oreo cowiM (jKO jwu KwniiM .., j rr,a Ttou-nr nf onun.
OfssidbiL I "
oop. III. 1 10 hB uraver
Office, 203 West Third street, Day- , . v' G J.
enport, lowa. mone I Jacksoji & hubst, Solicitors for Complainant.
Mvitle Relekah lodge held its annual
meeting and election of otliccrs, which
Noble Grand Mrs. Emma Oakley.
Vice Grand Mrs. Lizzie Daebelliohn.
Recording Secretary Mrs. Viola Cris-
ler. ,, ..
Financial Secretary Mss lJertie
Treasurer Mrs. Anna Newton.
' Trustees Mrs. A. S. Evans, Mrs. Kate
Stearns, Mrs. Hettie Gibson, Mrs. Mag
gie Owens, Frank Dillon.
Deputy Mrs. Mary Duflin.
Mayor Wessel declared yesterday mat
he proposes to see that every petition
for navinsr that is presemeu nexi,
shall be taken care of and carried out,
no matter how much is called for. He
U ambitious that when he retires from
oflice Moline shall have made vast strides
in this line of city improvement even if
it. is imoossible to raise all the money
necessary for a pure water system.
The high school boys have organized
a debating bociety with David Nelson
as president. They expect to have" some
interesting debates m the near mime,
and perhaps have friendly discussions be
tween themselves and the scnools of the
other two cities. ,
Ben Dahlberg. of 231!) Filth avenue,
reonired Dr. Whiteside's services eu
nesday evening to put three stitches in
his scalp to close a wound just above
the left eye, made by a missile that had
been thrown at lnm.
Miss Hepburn, who has been living
in Rock Island for the last few months,
is visiting her grandfather, C. 1. Mit
chell, in this city before leaving for
Webb City, Mo., to make her home with
her sister, Mrs. Grace liepiurn-tToii.
Loeal ice dealers will begin their liar-
vest this year fully a week earlier than
the earliest work for several years. The
Moline Ice company and the Channel Ice
company expect to give employment to
300 men all told, 150 each. The Channel
people will store 20,000 tons for the the
retail trade and is looking for a heavy
foreitm trade which develops later. The
Moline Ice company will cut 8,500 tons
for the Sylvan island houses and 25,000
tons for the Watertown houses, beside a
heavy trade on outside orders, including
the C. K. T. & P. storage supply.
t,-. t .iTtiA Tterrholtz of Juist loiine
was married last evening to R. L. lvos
encrantz. The ceremony was performed
at the residence of the bride"s brother,
A. Bergholtz. Rev. C. E. Hoffsten of
ficiated. The fire alarm from box 14 shortly
after noon yesterday, called the depart
ment to Cnarles W. Hink's carpenter
shop, situated in the rear of his resi
dence at 158 Sixth" avenue. An over
heated stove caused the blaze, which was
extinguished after a lew ooarus
been scorched. The department had
creat difficulty in making the turn at
Seventh street and Fourth avenue ow-
i, cUrvTrir navement. The hooK
and ladder truck collided with the curb
; rritb ,ioh force that Second Assist
ant Chief Youngren, who was sitting in
the steering seat, was thrown to the
rrm,rwl nnd iniured somewhat. lie
caught the truck again and went with it
to the fire, but on his return to the sta-
is Nature's time for rest;
and the man who does not
take sufficient time to sleep
or who cannot sleep when
he makes the effort, is
wearing out his nervous
strength and consuming his
vital power. Dr. Miles'
Nervine brings sweet,
soothing, refreshing sleep.
Don't let another night
pass. Get it to-day.
"I am a drnnpist, so when I wa3
troubled with insomnia a few years ago
I took Di Miles Is'en-ine and found
immediate relief. I have not been
troubled with that disease since."
II. L. Howard, Madison, Wis.
soothes the nerves, nour
ishes the brain, and re
freshes the entire organism.
Sold b7 drujC'S13 on guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lad.
THE TRA.VKI.EK8 GUIDE.
IlICAQ'X R ,CK INLAND
Peeltle hai! war Tickets
can be pjrebased or buai;e
coecnea at jty T enet oince.
1SH Second avenue, or C , H 1
& P. depot, corner Fifth avo-
nue and Thirty-fifth street. Frank H. Plum-
ienver limited & Om'na. .
Ft. Worth. Denver & K. C
Omaha & Dps Moines
Omaha & Minneapolis....
Omaha & Lancom x
O s Moines & Ocnaba
Denver. Lincoln & Omah.
Des Moines Express
St. Paul & Minneapolis .
Denver, r e Worm v iv. v.
tKansasCItv. 1st Joe&Denv
JKock Island & Washington
Uhicupo & DesMoif es
Kock Island & Brooklyn Ac
;Omha t nock Island
i 1:10 pm
3 f.S am
it 15 pm
!t 6-.H0 am
1 S:2t pm
I S:M pm
It 7:40 am
Arr.val. teorture. juauy, except wui.-
dav. eDailv. eicep'- baturday. All otners
daily, telephone U3.
nURLlXGTOX ROUTE C.
. & Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second avenue and Twen
sit. Ixiuis t-DrluKlJcld
Peoria, Quincv, uales-
burir and Bternnir
Peoria. Meardstown. Bur
lington, Denver and
St. Louis, Kansas Cltv
Denver and Paoitio
Coast ia Ualesburg ...
Sterling and points In
termediate East Moilne (suburban)..
St i, Denver and west
Cl!nton and "ubuijue
Davenpjrt and Dim. on ..
Clinton. Dubuque, La
Crosse, fct Paul, Minn
acd we t and N- W
7:00 am 6:37 am
7:25 pm "7:05 pm
7:25 pm t7:l5 pm
t 6:'7 am
t:37 am 6:35 am
7-aspm fl:35 am
Dal'y- tDaily except Sunday.
J & St. Paul RHway. D ,
R. I. & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of seventeenth
street. George W. w.od,
agent. The trains for Lu
buque nnd points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport ac.d Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains wll connect at savanna for points
east and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Kx press
7 KM) am
9 15 pm
All trains dUy except Sunday.
ROCK ISLAND & PEORIA
Railway. Depot First avenue
and Twentieth street. M. A.
Patterson, general passenger
agent. Passenger trains leave
C. R I & P. (Moline avenue)
depot ten (10) minutes earlier
than time given.
E. L. Goft, Agent.
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Notice ot Publication Chaacery.
S ttte o f Illinois, I
Rock Island oounty. 1
In tie Circuit Court to the January term,
tt ok Island Mutual Building Loan and Sav
ings association vs J bn K G. lllus Emma
Titus and Leander hitchey. In cnncer.
Aflldavit of nf)n-resid-noe of the defend
ant, John K U. Titus. Impleaded with 'he
above defendants, kinma Titus and Lrander
Hitchey, bavng been hltd In the Cj era's
oftlce of the Circuit ourt oi said County no
tice U therefore hereby f iven to the said non
r sident defendant that the complainant tiled
i s bill of complaint In said Court, on the
chancerv sHe thereof, on the 15th day of N-v-vember,
IKil. acd that tbereuon a summons
issued out of said Court when in said suit Is
now pending, relur hie uu t.e lirs Monday
In the month of Jatiuj r next, as la by law
required. Now. uhts you, thessid non resi
dent defenda t ah. ve named John E G.
Titu, shall p roi.ul:y be and appear before
said Circuit f'o.irt on the rirst da of the
next term thereof, to be nolden at Rock is
land in and for the sa'd County, on the first
Monday in the month of January next,
snd pie d. acswer or demur to the said
coa.plainmt's bill of comclHint. the same and
the u.atters and things therein charged and
stated will be taken as confess d. and a de
o ee ertc-ed against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
Georc.b W. Gahri.i Clerk.
Rok Islar.d. 11., November 19. lyoi.
Edward li. uutkk. Complainant's Solicitor.
Notice of Pobl cation Chancery.
State of Illinois. i
County of Rock Iiiand. 35
In the circuit court, January term. A. D..
Alice Boenltz vs. Jame Gulnty. Danl-l Gulntv,
Mary McCurty. Joiecblne ,rlugh. Margaret
Foley. Eilen C. 11-. ban, Maud Uulnly. In
Aludavitrf non-residence of the said Mary
Mccarty and Marira'd Foley, Imp eaded with
tbe awve Oefwdam. .lames t iuinty. Hanlel
Gulntv, Josephlue McHunli. K.len Callahan
and Mdud Guinty, havlni; been tiled in te
cierk'u olHce of the crcult court 'f aid
couaty. m-tice Is therefore hereby given to
the said non rest lent defendants that the
complainant tiled her bill of complaint in t-ald
court on the cnaucery side ihtreof, on the
3uth day of November. 1-01, and tbatlh-re-upon
a t-umnions Issued out of said court,
wherein said suit U now pending, retu naMe
ou the first Monday in the month of January
next, as is by law required. w. unites
you. the said n n-reidcnt defendants above
named. Mary McCarty and Margaret Foley,
stall oersonally be and appear before said cir
cuit court on the tirst day of the nest term
thereof, to be h"lden at Rock Island lu
and for the said couoty. on the lirst Monday
in January next, and plead answer, or demur
to the said complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and the mat'ers and things therein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you, according
to the prayer of said bid.
Geo RGB W. Gamblr, Clerk.
Rock Island. IlUaoij, Nov. 3, 1901.
SE4Ri.nA Ma ksh a r.u
Setrie & Marshal', Attorneys.
State of Illinois, t
Rock Island tounty. I83-
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore
close rs General No. 4H51
SVUUam Atkins"n, Helen L. Atk'nson, A. D
Hursing. John W. Dressen. Peoples National
Bank, f Hock island, Iilicois
Notice is hereoy given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court entered in the bove en
titled cause oa the first day of November. A. D.
1901, I shall, on Saturday, the ele euth day of
Jcuary. A. D 1902, at the hour of twu o'clock
in the afternoon at the east dojr of the Court
House, in the Ci'y of neck Island, in said
County of Ro-k Island, to satisfy said Decree,
sell at public vendue to the hihst b'dder for
cash that certain parcel of Land, situate In
the Couaty of Rock Island and State ot Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wit:
Lot co one (I) ia bUck No. two (-' in that
P trt ot the city of Rock Islxnd known as and
called Howard's ec -cd addition, except the
west fifty &! feet oi tald lot. situated lu the
city rf Rock Is'and, in the county of Rock
Island, in t'.e state or Illinois.
Dated at Rook fslsnd. Illinois, this ninth dav
of December, a. D l0t
Elwis K. Parmentrr.
Master 1 1 Ch tn eery. Rock lslmd County,' 1.1.
Trams marked are daily.
All otners eaiiy
Searle & Marshall, Attorneys.
Sta'e of Illinois. I
Roak Island County, f '
In the Circuit Court. In Chanserv. Fore
closure General No 4955
Franklin L. Biiss
WlU'.am Atkinson. Helen L. Atkinson. John
O t IT, John W. Dressen, Peoples National
Hank, of Kock Island. Illinois.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court entered in the above en
titled cause on the Tbirty-nrst day of October,
a. u, lyoi, i snail, on -aturday the eleventh
day of January, A. D. 19 r, at the hour of two
o'clock In the afternoon, at the east door of the
Court House in the City ot K"ck Island In said
County of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree,
sell at pub io vendue to the hiehest bidder for
cash, those certain oarce's .. land situate In
the Couaty of Hock I-land and state of Illi
nois, known and described at follows, to-wii:
Commencing at the north west corner of
lot No. one 1) in block No two (2) In How
ard s second addition to the citv of Knck
Island: thence wen 1 chain and 21 links to the
oounty road: tbence south along tin couoty
rod 4 chains and 74 lirks: thence west coa n
and 21 links: thence north 4 chains and 74 links
to place of bfgintlDg, now known as out lots
six.y two (62) nd sixty-three (t53 as desig
nated upon the sssessor's plat of said addition
to Kock lsltnd .'or A. D IP64. and being a part
of what was lo.-merly known as lot aeventy-
seven 7) in ,aia south east tractiona1 quar
ter south or Incian b und-ry line of section
thirty-fix (36) tonsh p eighteen (18) Dor.h
range two (2) west In the county of kock
Island and state of Illinois: also lot two (2 1 in
b ock two (2) In Howard's Second sddkion to
the city of hock Is and. situated in the
county of Rock Is1 and and state of Illinois,
excepting from the tract hist above de
scribed the following, tn-wit:
commencing at a point one hundred and
fifty (150) feet south of the not th ett coiner
of lot one (i) in block two (2) In Howard's
second addition totnec'ty cf Kock Island;
thence rurning weft to the east line of Elm
or 30th street: thence along said line of E.m
orSOtb street and south fifty (SO) feet: thenee
east to the west line f said lotone(l)ln
b ock two (2) in said Howard's seonnd addi
tion: thence north nrty (50) feet to the p'ace
.f beginning being a part of out lots 62 and
63 design attd upon the assessor's clat of said
addition to Hock Island for A D. lstH, and be
ins; Dart Of what was fortrerlv known as out
'lot seventy-seven (77) in the a-id south east
fractional quarter south or Indian boundary
iine of section thlrt,-tix (36) township eigh
teen (1H) north range two (2) west of the
fourth Prinsipal Meridian.
Dted at Rock Island, Illinois, this ninth day
of Eecember, A. D. 1901.
Elwin E. Parmektkr,
Master In Chancery. Rock Island county, 111.
Searle & Mahshail.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Bock Island County. m
In the Circuit court of said County, to the
January term. A. O 1903 In chancery.
Book Island Mutual Building, Loan & Savings
association vs. John Williams, Anna rc
Affidavit of non-residence of the above de
fendants, John E. Williams and Anna R. Wil
liams, having been filed In the clerk's office
of the circuit court of the said county,
notice is therefore hereby given to the said
non-resident defendants that the complainant
filed Its bill of complaint In said court, on
the chancery side thereof, on the twentieth
day of November, 1901. and that thereupon
a summons issued out of said court wherein
said suit is now pending, returnable on the
first Monday in the month of January next, as
is by law required. Now, unless you, the
said non-resident defendants above named,
John Williams and Anna K. Williams, shall
personally be and appear before the said cir
cuit court, on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at hock Island. io and for
the said conntv.on the first Monday ia January
next, and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bib. of complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein chanted
and stated, will be taken as confessed and a
decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
Rock Island, Illinois, November 0, 1901.
Edward H. Gutkb, Complainants' Solicitor
Kotlce of Publication Chan eery.
S tste of Illinois, I
Jaunty of Rock Island. 1
In the Circuit Court. January Term, 1902
Mary J. Melvln vs. George L. Melvin. In
Affidavit of non-residence of the said George
L. Melvin. defendant, having been filed in the
clerk's office of the circuit oourt of the said
county, notice Is therefore hereby given to
the said non-resident defendant that the
complainant filed her bill of comolaint In said
court, on the chancry side thereof, on the
17th day of July. 1900. and that thereuoon a
summons issued out of said court wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on the third
Monday In the month of September. 1900. a ia
by law required, and that on December 2, 190),
an alias mmmons was Issued out of the said
court wherein said suit is pending returnable
on the first Mobday In the monta of January,
iw.ni. as is oy law requi a
Now unless you, the said non-resident de
fendant, George L Melvin, thall personally be
and appear before the said circuit court on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be holden
at Kock island in and for said county on the
first Monday in January next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complaisant 'a bill
of complaint, the ame and the matters and
tning, therein charged and stated win be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against yon according to the prayer of aald
biLL Gborgb W. Gamblc. cimin Clerk. -.
Rock Island, 111.. December 2nd. 1902.
' Searle St Marshall, Complaisant 'a Solicitors.