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THE AEGTJS, MOXDAYDECEMBEE 23, 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.
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Consultation and X-Ray Examination Free by Our 24-Plate
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, Exhaustive Drains, Sleepless
ness, Lost Manhood, Defective Mem
ory, Stricture, Syphilis and all Blood
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 lx?
pleased to show you the finest electri
cal batteries in the country. We in
vite comparison. Twenty years' ex
' perience lias 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
Office, McCullough Building, 124 West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WaJsH.
I am Proud of
It is a pleasure to know that vour
of your labor in the happiness of 1,000
shown in my business. My patients are from all classes, rich and Kor, eapi
talist and lalxrer, men and women.- I am tloinj; twice the business I was a
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T Iiuva mili n. i;f ctiidv f tho
womanhood I have atlanttnl electricity
the risult is. I inre nine renc nnt nf tin
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cent of the patients that call on
patient wnom x nave cureu, aim consequeniiy iney pay me ior mv services;
the other DO per cent are those that have
ments in the papers and are treated
Free for One Week.
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vuis auiiouueeiiieut you are juckv iiiuetHi,
great, oner. ji course 1 want it unuerstooa tnat wnen iuu AHE CLUED
you will give me a recommendation or else do what you can in the way of
rcnm mrMwl i n r tt Ti tr to nip 1 rn 1 1 tint ia t Ii u-flr T nnl ntr -.... T,-
Later, when I have about 'JO er
throuch the recommenaation oi some
free treatment offer altogether, but until then I want the true merits of mv
most successful treatment on earth known to everybody and I don't know of
any ijetter way than ry extending my services
Free for One Week.
I HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE
WOULD FOR TREATING THE SICK, INCLUDING- THE X-RAY.
J. ALVIN HORNE, M. D.,
And Associate Physicians.
Rooms 49, 50, 51, 53, 54 and 55 Mitchell & Lynde Building, Rock Island.
Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Have You Perfect Health ?
If Xot Investigate the New and
ing Chronic, Nervous and Private Diseases of
Both Men and Women of
THE GERMAN-ENGLISH SPECIALISTS
Ilundred of cases have been cured j
by them in the Tri-Citiea during the 1
past four years.
X-RAY Among: the many modern
aids fonnd in their office for examin
ing' patients and treating' obscure dis
eases is the X-Bay. By means of this
agent they are enabled to diagnose
obscure diseases of the Bones, Liver,
Kidneys, Ueart,and Lungs, also to
enre Lupus and Cancer without use
THEIR STATIC MACHINE. The
largest in the tri-cities, is a powerful
aid to their Medical Treatment of the
various forms of Xervous Diseases,
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Nervous De
bility, Sleeplessness, General Exhaus
tion. , CZONE AND CATAPHORESIS In
Diseases of the Lungs. Many of their
cures of Consumption are due more
There are few doctors that have the
ability to cure chronic diseases. You
must rememljer that over 60 self-
called specialists have located during
the past few years in the tri-cities and
have made extravagant claims to cure
chronic diseases, and thev all have
left lehind them broken promises and
failures. Therefore, if von want to
insure yourself against loss of money
and obtain health, consult Dr. Walsh,
for he has been long tried and has
proven a success when others have
failed. Remember it pays to consult
the Iest hrst.
Only curable diseases taken. If you
cannot call write. Hundreds cured
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p.
Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
work is well clone and to see the fruits
men and women. And the fruits are
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to restore health and strength and
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me come recommended by some former
seen my free treatment advertise
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curetl menu, 1 am going to stop the
ELECTRIC ESTABLISHMENT IN THE
bundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
Improved Methods of Treat
to the inhalation of Ozone and the
introduction of medicines into the
diseased lung by Cataphoresis than
to anv nlhrr pouicp It ti1b- 1tt
10 any oiner cause, it is only by tne
uoc um. mcir large static macnjne mat I
these rosult ran hp nhtain.il I
lut5e rtSUllS Can Oe OBtaineU. I
ALCOHOLISM Their Kelly Method I
of TrcatiDg Alcoholism has not fail
ed in a single case. Over fifty cases
have taken the Chloride of Gold Cure
at their office and private hospital
without a single relapse. They ask
no fee until a cure is effected
VARICOCELE The most frequent
cause of IServous Debility absolutely
cured by their painless treatment.
If you want to get well consult
those that thoroughly understand
your disease and have the means to
treat it successfully. The German-
English specialists have for years
made Chronic Diseases and Surgery
their specialty both in private prac
tice and hospitals. They have every
modern aid at their disposal, togeth
er with their wide experience to suc
cessfully treat your disease.
CONSULTATION FREE AND CONFI
Hours: 0 to 12 a. in., 2 to 4 and 7
8 p. m.
Office, 205 West Third street, Dav
enport, Iowa. Phone 0213.
I'at Reedy has commenced suit for di
vorce from' Minnie Reedy, to whom he
was married in Rock Island Feb. 23, 1893.
Mr. Reedy asks that the court allow him
such alimony aa may be equitable in the
'The death of Mrs. M. W. Buckwalter
occurred at Montpelier, la., Friday. She
formerly lived here with her husband,
but some' years ago they moved to Mont
pelier, where Mr. Buckwalter is connect
ed with the Rock Island road. She leaves
two small children and a mother and sis
ter living in GrinnelL The deceased was
about SO years old. The remains were
interred at Montpelier.
A. M. Orillev, physical director of the
Davenport Young Men's Christian asso-
ciation, for over a year past, has decided stores Saturday afternoon. I he con
to accent a call to a similar position at test arose over a, difference of opinion,
Hoise, Idaho, and will leave for there at
an early date. Just now the Davenport
association is not in need of a physical
director so much as it is in need of a
strong man who can give its new building
movement a lift, and Mr. Grilley will en
ter a field that offers more room for his
O. V. Edwards, of Moline, claiming to
be a machinist in one of the shops there,
was arrested Saturday evening at the
Petersen department store in this city.
He was detected in the theft of a pair of
gloves by Detective Gartland, who made
him turn the articles over to the manaire.
ment of the store. At the police station
Edwards admitted having stolen the
the gloves and wanted to settle for the
amount of their value. He had six dol-
lars on him.- .Later it developed that his
FOOD NOT ALL
Food is not all the thin man
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nCCUS. auaVDC riC S SICk. YOU
can L iiidKC mm cat Dy Dfing-
iVcr Mm fA TJ- Cn-V
Tili-n fA TJ.,- Cn-V
Jum food. But Scott s
Emulsion can make him eat.
That Emulsion irivCS a man
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appetite and lecdS him both.
It brincrs back lost flesh.
trouble about digestion.
The weakest stomach can di
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crest bcott s limu s on. It tastrs
KCl, tOO. oCOtt S limulsion
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When wasted and weakened
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ancl appetite that Ordinary tOOd
Not Only food
medicine, too Scott's Emul
sion of pure cod-liver oil.
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ECOIT & EOWNE, 40 I'carl street, New York.
Hotle ot Pobllcatlon Cbane.ry,
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Bocic island County. 1
In the Circuit Court, January term, A. D
Hugh Walker, ezeeutor of the last will and
testament 01 John Tuttle, deceased
Edwin W. Roberts, James Tu tie, Mary Bate
man, Elsworth Hazen, M. Colfax Ilazen, Ar
thur Hazen, tiielia Hazen. Kthel l'ear Bol
comb. Eva P. Holeomo. Frank C Holcumb
Blanch I Holcomb, Eyda Van hiper. Alice I
Kussel, 1-auraA. VandersJIce, Grace Deemer
Arthur Deemer, Roy ieemer, Earner Dee-
mer. Jettlo Barber. Clifford Deemer. DIaocb
Deemer, Njle Deemer and Martha Johnston,
guardian 01 said nil, oeeraer,
Amdavltof the noo-reudence or the said
James Tuttle. Mary Batemaa. Elsworth Hazen
M. uolrax Hazen, Arthur k zen.rJs.e.la llazen
Kttel f earl Hoi comb. Era t. Holcomb. frank
C Holcomr. Ulanch L. Holcomo, Alice Russel,
Arthur Deemer. Emer Deemer and Lettle
Barber, impleaded with the above defendants.
Edwin W. Itoberts, Lydia Van Riper. Laura
A Vanderslice. Grace Deemer. Kov Deemer.
uunara ueemer. fiaocu ueemer, nsia ue
Tier and Man ha Johnston, guardian of Bald Nyle
Deemer. bavlna been hied in the clerk's olllce
of the circuit court of said county, notice la
therefore hereby given to the said non-resi
dent defendants that the complainant filed
bis b 11 of comnlaint In said court, on th
chancery Hide thereof, on the klzih day of Dc
cember 1001. and that thereupon a summons
issued out of said court, wherein sal suit is
now vending, returnable on the first Monday
ia the month of January, net. as l by law re
quired. Now. unless you. the said bid rest
dent defendants anoye named. James Tuttle
Mary Baterxan, Elsworth Htzen. M Colfax
Hazen, Arthur Hazen. Estella Hazen, Ethel
Pearl Holeomb, Eva P. Houiomb, Frai k C.
Ho. comb, Blanch L. Holcomb, Alice Rugel.
Arthur Denmer Elmer Deemer and Lettle
Barber, snail penonally be and appear before
aid ciroult court, on the first day of toe next
term thereof, to Be nojaen at Koolc island In
and for the sa d county, on the first Monday In
January next, and plead, answer or demur to
(save and the matter and tbiues therein
I charged and stated will be taken as confess, d.
l.i fnLHui rair.t nnrrna
tit matfi nnirni iin ant n r.i i I r r nmniain, H
to un prayer or saia 01 1.
Goob W. Gamble, Clerk.
11, t.., TUinnla nnuinhll torn
Jacksoh & Hcbst, Solicitors for Complainant.
If otlea of Pobllcatlon Cb.anory.
State e4 Illinois. I
Rock Island County. I
la the Circuit court of aald County, to the
January term. A. u 1002 in chancery.
Rook Island Mutual Building, Loaa &. Savings
association vs. John m w imams. Anna it.
Affidavit of non-residence of the above de
fendants. John E. Williams and A noaR. Wil
liams, having been filed In tho clerk's office
or the circuit oourt or tne sain county,
aotioa la therefore herebv arlven to the as.M
non-resident defendants that the complainant I
Sd. theo" on Ine twentieth
day of November, 1901. and that thereupon I
ana that thereupon I
aid suit la now pending, returnable on the
unit Mondav in the month of January next, aa I
Is by law required. Now, unless you. the
aid non-resident defendants above named.
John Williams and' Anna K Williams, shall
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personally be and appear before the said oir-
cult court, on the nrst day ot the -next term
thereof, to be boiden at nock bland, in and for
the said conn tv, on th flrt Monday iajacuary
next and nlead. answer or demur to the aald
oompiatoant a Dm or complaint, the same
and the matter and things therein charged
and staved will be taken aa eonf essed and a
flecree entered against you according to the
prayer of aald bill.
Oioki W. Gamble. Clrenlt rnrk.
Rock Island, Illlnola, November 20, 1001.
i)WAai li. Gurxa, Complain tnts' Solicitor
wife and brother were in the atore at
the time of the arrest and the police are
of the opinion they were all on similar
errands. Edwards is a man about 35
years of age and rather prepossessing in
appearance and manner. Be wears
The annual banquet given by the Pitts-
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uu,fu "tna cuuiujr lwii,
the St. James hotel Saturday night, the
guests being the employes of the plant
here. The occasion was a' most pleasant
one. After the menu had been discussed
toasts were resopnded to by C. W. Field,
the local manager; Lee bhannon, the
paint m Banger; Harry Mast, the assis
tant manager; Frank Robbins, Dick Mc-
Cabe, Joseph Adams, Frank Dugan, Ward
DeDygart and Chas. F. Church, salesman
for the company.
A rough and tumble scratching match
between women occurred in one of the
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anu tne iray was at last aeciaea Dy the
Nothing but cuticle was
A deed was filed in County Recorder
Bryson's office Saturday by which the
title of the property at 1316 Perry street
passes from Wm. L. MePeak to Lawrence
M. Staff, consideration $3,000. Both
parties are residents of Terre Haute,
Kdens lodge, No. 29, Independent
Workmen of America, held its semi-an-
I nual election of officers at the Wigwam
I in the Putnam block. After the eleo-
tion had been disposed of the meeting re-
solved itself into a social gathering and
enjoyed a lunch and cigars. The result
of the election was the selection of the
J following officers to Berve during the en
suing six months.
Noble Master L. D.
Vice Noble Master1 J. W. Crowley.
Secretary W. H. Kane.
Treasurer Joe Jacobs.
Kntiirdmr .Tiiflrro "Rnllinrrer enlled un the
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motion for a new trial in the case of AI-
li l. i a. i.j e
after trial on an indictment charging the
murder of Ed. Thode. The judge
murder of Ld. ihode. ine juugc an-
the motion- Uerndt, being in the court
I room, was told to stand ui) and had a
I sentence of four years in the peniten-
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This is half the longest term that could
have been given for the crime of which
the prisoner is convicted.
Ed. Petersen, Spier Whitaker, Charles
Wilson, Arthur Ficke and Ed. and Tom
Lit tig axe half a dozen Harvard students
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wno ln, lu p
I folk a at home through the coming two
lU-rt McCMUnugh is Homo irom isoire
Dame. Miss Bessie McCullough and Miss
Mav Walsh also " returned from St.
Mary's school, at the same place.
Mrs. Cassell and Miss Cassell have is-
sued invitations to the number of 400,
for a reception, at the Grant residence.
on December JU. it win oe an ciaooraie
Kobert F. Karhart, Th. D., a profeor
of physics in Rose Polytechnic Institute
of Terre Haute, lnd., will spend his hoa-
day vacation with is parents at 410 East
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
On account of Christmas holidays, department, which pave the men oppor
the C., R. I. & P. railway will on Dec. tunity to assemble in the machine shop.
24, 25, 31, and Jan. 1, sell round trip vhci Mr. Grimes returned to the ma-
tickets to points within 200 miles at
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rate ot one-third, good for
a. A. T t rf!A IT!
return to Jan
2. City office 1813
Homeseekers' tickets on sale Dec.
17, via C, ii. I. di i liailway to a
number of points in the northwest,
west and southwest.
For the Christinas and New Year
holidays the C, M. & St. P. liailway
company will on Dec. 24, 25, 31 and
Jan. 1, sell round trip tickets to
points within 200 miles at rate of
one fare and one-third, good for re
turn to Jan. 2. No excursion ticket
to be sold for less than $1. Ticket
office foot Seventeenth street.
Rates Reduced for Christmas and Xew Year
The Nickel Plate road will sell tick
ets Dec. 24, 23, 31, 1001, and Jan. 1,
1902, at rate of a fare and one-third
for the round trip, to any point lo-
cated in Central I'assenirer associa-1
tion territory, good returning to and
including Jan. 2. 1902. Pullman serv
ice on all trains. Individual club
meals ranging in price from 35 cents
to $1, served in Nickel Plate dining
cars. Address John 1. Lalahan, gen-
eral agent, 111 Adams street, Chi
cago, for particulars. Depot, Van
Buren street and Pacific avenue, on
the Elevated loop.
The Nickel Plate Road
will sell tickets December 24, 25, 31,
1901, nnd Jan. 1, 1902, at rate of a
fare and a third for the round trip to
any point located in Central Passen-
P association territory, account
Lnristmas ana isew iear holidays.
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llCluIU "tlu"'" .
Throurrh service to New York City.
r. KTriri nrwi nt1ir ,s,m nlnta
ti8ton, ana otner eastern points.
Chicaro passenger station. Van Cu-
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.fr(,.t n( iac:flc aT(nll . 41,-
fen street ana l ; acme avenue, on the
Elevated loop. For further informa- I
Tohn Y ralnlmn trn.
"On aUUreSS jonn X. taianan, gen
eral agent, in Aaams street, cni-
Haw An Yrar KJdaey f
Tw. TTnhKa' Rninm Pill enre aU kllnev Ilia. Para-
pi free. Add. btexlmg fiemedr Co Chicago or N. t.
C'api.. J. H. McKeever, of Wellington
n oou camp, shis of eterans, has ap
pointed the following officers: Chap
lain, Frank Fries; first sergeant, George
r. nolt : niiartcrmuKtpr &r(wonf twl
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mii(i; color sergeant, Frank Remolds
sergeant guard, F. D. Holt; principal
iu...mU11( j,. M, iii.-t-iwiv ; corporal
guard, j. r. 1'ears; camp guard, J. S,
Bolton; picket guard, A. F. Woeber.
All the Moline boys at the University
of-lllinois have returned Juti Lind-
Jfren. John Scluicht. Harvey MrKinley.
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Aiired Larson, iiarry Huntoon, John
Huntoon, Henry Wheelock, Bert Erick-
son, Harry McCarthy, Arvid Lundahl.
Fred Weils, Bert Hull, Henry Corbin,
Arthur Weidlin, who has just returned
from Honduras, expects 'to go beck in
nuary. He and a partner own a band
of freight mules there, and are doing
well. They are freighting to and from
the gold camps.
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Court Aztec, No. 3830, Independent
Order of Foresters, has ele-ted the fol
lowing list of officers:
Fast Chief lianger Chas. Adams.
tmef Ranger George Strosahl.
Vice Chief Ranger Peter Rueth.
Orator Peter Peterson.
Recording Secretary W. H. Ruhser.
Financial Secretary J. A. Ullmark.
Treasurer J. L. Mcl'.ride.
Senior Beadle Gust Carlson.
Junior Beadle Chas. Rueth.
Senior Wood Ward J. V. Johnson.
Junior Wood Ward Oscar Brown.
Court Ieputy D. Chillstroni.
Court Physician A. H. Arp.
Banner Observatory, No. 20, N. S. B.
A at its annual meeting at McKinnie
hall, elected the following officers for the
Astronomer John Shnllene.
Assistant Astronomer Sanford Briss-
Recorder Miss Ellen A. Olson.
Treasurer G. L. Peterson.
Conductor Miss Mildred Shallberg.
Sergeaut-at-Arms Carl Ii. Nelson.
Directors (for threo years) Jokn
Swanson; (for two years) Oscar Bjork-
Medical Examiners Drs. O. S. Dailey
and W. O. Beam.
Representatives to th District Obser
vatory Swan W. Peterson. J. H. Skin
ner, P. J. Sundberg, Mrs. Josephine Pet
K. K. Whiteside and Clarence L. Carl
son axe home from the Chicago Medical
college to spend the holidays with their
The kindergartens under the Moline
Kindergarten association closed for the
holiday vacation with appropriate Christ
mas exercises. In each kindergarten
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was a in-v un wnii u nunfj i.m Uiiiu ,.19
maao bv the children for their parents.
Each child was niven a sprig of holly
with a little bell attached to a bnj of
candv. The attendance for the term
has been most cratifyingr. The enroll
ment has exceeded 20O, with an average
daily attendance of 40.
C. L. Grimes, the shop superintendent
at Williams. hite & Cos who is so
soon to retire to go into business for
himself at Wichita, Kas., was surprised
by the shopmen, machinists and pattern
makers, at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
Foreman Henry Anthony, of the pattern
makers, called him over to the pattern
chinB department lie was addressed bv
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Foroman Jiatt Gorman, who on behalf
of the assembled men presented him with
a fine testimonial of esteem in the shape
of a $73 srold watcli appropriately in
Tho Moline Tool company of which
Wilson Hunt is the manager, lias opt-
grown its present quarters with the Mo-
lino Emjraving company and before Jan.
1 will be located in the building recently
occupied bv the King Machine company
at Fourth avenue and Eighteenth street.
Rollie. the 3-dav-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles King, died Saturday. The
funeral was held from the homo at 1202
Eighth avenue this afternoon with inter
ment at Chippianock, Kock Island.
Last Friday evening Teter Leveen of
2330 Third avenue was in some way
thrown out of his wagon so that he was
unconscious for over two hours. He is
employed by the Channel Ico company
and was unloading rubbish at Fifteenth
Rtrpf. s.nd Nineteenth avenue about 6
o'clock Friday evening. In some way he
lost his balance, striking his head on
rock and sustaining gashes on either side
of the head. He was taken in the ambu
lance to Dr. Swensson's office and then
taken home. lie is getting along well
but cannot remember how the accident
W. W. Wells, one of Moline's most,
prominent citizens, died last night
from a complication of diseases. He
was secretary and treasurer of the D.
M. Sechler carriage works, vice pres-jswer
ident- of the Moline
and treasurer of the Mutual Wheel
company. Deceased was 59 years of
ago anu nan nveu in .uoiiiie bju.cc
Frank Anderson, who was convict
ed in 1893 of the murder of Charles
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Condo, has returned to his home in
hovinir served the preat-
- ne, arter iiamg s-entu iuefcici
er part of a five-year sentence.
Clear thinking, decisive action, vim.
vigor of body and mind, the sparkle
of life come to all who use Rocky
Mountain Tea. 33c. T. 1L Thomas,
that arc tOO fast Or tOO slow.
too strong or too weak, are not
the kind, that come from a
healthy heart. Remember,
every heart that pains, flutters,
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Palpitates, SKIDS DeatS, ana
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every neart that causes tainting
6pells, shortness of breath or
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smothering, is weak or diseased,
End cannot keep the blood cir
culating at its normal rate.
"My heart was very weak and
tept skipping beats until it
missed from one to three beats a
minute. Well knowing what
the result would be if this trouble
was not stopped, I began taking
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, and two
bottles brought the heart action
to its normal condition."
L. D. Holm,
never fails to benefit weak or
diseased hearts, when taken in
time. Don't wait, but begin
its use at once. Sold by drug
gists on guarantee.
Or. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lnd.
THE TRAVELERS' GU1UK.
1HICAG . R .CK ISLAND
. Pacltic Hallway Tickets
can ne purchased or ba?irage
coecuea at Uliy I' ctet umce.
181 Second avenue, orC.Rl
& P. depot, corner Fifth lva
lue and Thlrty-aith street. Frank H. Plum
ecver Limited & Om .ba.. it 3:10 am
H:hO t m
ft Worth, Denver & K. C.it h:0a ax
M'nneaoolls it 6:50 am
Omaha & Des Moines ;t 8:iK) a-r
t(maba & Minn spoils.... itl-.ai aa,
Omaha & Lincoln bx i 7:55 am
1 1 :f pm
O 8 Moines & Umkba !1 1 :S5 pm
Denver. Line- In & Omaha.; 3.0.1 unit 3:r5 am
Des Moines Kxpress ;i!2:15 am
St. faul.it ttlLDeapons . j a:u.i am
Denver. Ft. Worth & K. C. I 5:00 aoi
t 9 15 pm
tlO -40 pm
t 3:20 pm
t 7:40 am
i ":X pm
Kai sasCity. st Joe&Denv li:l0 pm
JKock Island & Washington 1 1:50 pm
Chicatro & DesMoir es 2:15 pm
Rock Island & Brooklyn Ac 5:35 pm
,'maha & Kock Island.... 6:40 pm
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State of Illinois,
Rock Island County. (
In the Circuit Court.
At the January teim,
A. D , 1H02.
Augnnra Erlofeson. comp'ainant. vs James
kale tsin, d"reaiant. Bui tor divorce.
T-t the absve named defendant. James
Affldav.tof your non-residence having been
filed in the office of the clerk of said oou t.
noUcc is hereby given to you that the above
named complainant has hie a in saii court her
bill of complaint againHt you on the chancery
side of said court: that a sdmmona in chan
cery has been issued la said cau e against you
returnab e to tne next term or saia court to
be begun and holden at the oourt house in the
city ot riock Island in said count, on the
first Monday of January, A. D.. JU0! at which
time a d place vou win appear ana pieaa. an-
or demur to said bill of complaint if you
nuld Rock Island. Illinois, this 5th dav of
December. A 1J . 1901
C.BOBGB W. tiAMBI-JI CierK Ot DAlu COUrt.
ISweb.net &. Walker, Solicitors for Com
Rstsie of Mary Coyne, deceased.
The undersigned having oeen appointed
executor ot the last will and testament of
Mary Coyne, late or tne county or hock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
AViatlU, DLOtC VI
jTes notice that he will appear
Se county court ot Rock islanXco!
(t,e county conrt room, in tne city of R
and, at the January term on the first Mon
day In January next, at which time au pei
sons having claims against said estate are no
titled and requested to attend, fer the purpose
Of having the same adjusted. -
AU persona Indebted to said eataM are re
quested to make immediate payment to th
Dated this 14 in any or iNovemoer, a. jj. imu.
ucobgb w.'UCUAs&Biix, jutecutor.
Notice ot Pobllcatlon Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Kock Island oounty. I
la tfce Circuit Court to the January term,
R ck Island Mutual Building Loan and Sav
ings association vs John E G. Titus Emma
Titus and Leander bltcbey. In chancers.
Affidavit of Don-resid-nce of the defend
ant, John E G. Titus, impleaded with 'he
above defendants, Emma Titus and Leander
Ritchey, having been filed In the Cierk's
office of the Circuit ourt 01 said County no
tice is therefore hereby t Iven to the said non
r. sident defendant that the complainant filed
lis bill of complaint In said Court, on the
chancerv side therrof, on the lS-.hday of N--vember,
ISoi. acd that thereupon a summons
issued out of said Court whertla said suit Is
now pending, retur- hie oa tue firs' Monday
in the month of J ahuu y next, as Is by law
required. Now.un ess vou. the said non resi
dent defenda t above named John E G.
Titu.-. shall p rsonally be and appear before
said Circuit Court on the first dav of the
next term i hereof, to be nolden at Rock lb
land in and for the said County, on the first
Monday in the month of January next,
and ple d, answer or demur to tne said
coaplainant's bill of complaint, the same and
the matters and things therein charged xnd
stated wiU be taken as confess d. and a dees-
ee ente-d against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
Gborgb W. Gamble Clerk.
Rok Island, VI . November 19, 1901.
Guwibd U. uutib. CompUinant s Solicitor.
Notice of Pool cation Chancery
State of Illinois.
County of Rock Island. Is"
la the circuit court, January terni, A. D.,
Alice Boenltz vs. JameGuinty. Daniel Qulnty,
Mary McOorty. Jo.eDhlne '-'ctiugb. Margaret
F-ley, E.len C.ll han. Maud Guinty In
Affidavit .f non-residence of the said Mary
Mc arty and Marga'et Foley, imp eaded with
the above cefe'da'its. James Guinty, Oanlel
Gulntv, Josephine McHugh. EUen Callahan
aud Maud Guinty, having been filed in toe
clerk's office of the circuit court "f t-aid
county, nutioe Is therefore hereby given to
tb said non resilent defendants that the
complainant filed t er bill of complaint in taid
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
30th day of November, 101, and that there
upon a summons issued out of said court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, returnable
oa the first Monday in the month of January
next, as is by law required. Now, unlets
you. the sad nn-resident defendants above
named. Mary McCarty and Mtrgaret Foley,
shall nersonally be and appear before said clr
auit court on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at Rock Island In
and for the said county, on the tirbt Monday
in Januarv 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 bill.
Geobg W. Gamblr, Clerk.
Rock Island. UllaoU Nov. 30, 1901.
StJARI.B & MAKSHAI,U
Searle & Marshall, Attorneys.
State of Illinois,
Rock Island County.
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore
closure! General No. 495i
William Atkinson. Helen L Atkinson, A. D
Hur-slog. John W. Dresden Peoples National'
Bank, -of Kock island. Illinois
Notice is bereoy given tljat by virtue of a
decree of said Court entered in the above en
titled cause oa the first day of Movember. A D.
1991, 1 shall, on Saturday, the elc enth day of
January. A. D 1902, at the hour of two o'clock
in the afternoon at the east dosr of the Court
Hojso, in the Ci'y of nock Island, in said
County of Ko-k Island, to satisfy said Decree,
sell at 'public vendue to the high"st bidder for
cash that certain parcel of Land, situate In
the County of Rock Island and State of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wit:
Lot NO one (1) in block No. two 2 in that
part of the city of Kock Islnnd known as and
called Howard's -ec Dd addition, except the
west fifty ") feet ot said lot, situated' in tho
city f f Rock Is'and, in the county of Rock
Island. In t e state or Illinois.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this ninth day
of December. A.D 1901
ELW1N E. PARMENTF.lt.
Master I a Chncery. Rock Island County, Id.
Searle & Marshall, Attorneys.
Sta-e of Illinois, i,
Rook Island County (
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery.
ciosjre uenerai no 490.1
Frank Un U Bliss
Ailllam Atkin-on. Helen L. Atkinson. John
t) off, John W. Dressen, Peoples National
Bank, of Kock Island. Illinois
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court enter, dii the above en
titled cause on the Thirty-first d jy of October,
a li. 1901. 1 snail, on -aturaay the eieveuth
day of January, A. D 19 !, at the hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon, at the east door of the
Court House in the City of Rook Island In said
County of Uocs li-land. tosatUfy said decree.
sell al pub ic vendue to the highest bidder for
ash. those certain parcels I iana ntuate in
the C 'Unty of rtock Inland and Sta'.e of Illi
nois, known and described a follows, to-wit:
Commencing at the n rth west earner of
lot No. one (1) in block No two (2) in How
ard s becond addition to the cltv of K- ck
Island; thence weit 1 chain and -1 links to the
Mount? toad; thence south along th 1 county
rod 4 chains and 71 licks: thence west 1 cna n
and 21 links: thence nirth 4 chains acd 71 links
10 place of bcint.ing. now known as out lots
six.y two (62) nd fcixty-three (63) as desig
nated upon the assessor's plat of said addition
to Kock Islmd for A. D 1864, and being a part
of what wa formerly known as lot keventy
seven (77) In bala south enst fractional quar
ter south or Indian b una-ry une or section
thirty-six (3") towush p eighteen (18) .cor.h
range two (2) west In the county of mock
Island and state or JJlinoW: also lot two (") in
b ock two (2) in Howard's Second addition to
he city of nock Is and, situated n the
couatyof Rock Island and state of Illinois,
excepting from the tract first above de
scribed the following, to-wit:
Commencing at a point one hundred ana
fifty (130) feet south of the north ett coiner
otlotone(t) In block two (2) in Howard's
second addition tothecfy cf Kock lslni;
thence running wet to the eat line 01 wm
or 30th street: thence along said line of Eim
or 30th street and south fifty (Hi) feet; thence
east to the west line r said lotonetuit
bock two (2) la said Howard's Second addi
tion: thence north fifty f0) teet to the p'ace
f beginning, being a part 01 out lots t2 and
(S3 designate d upon the assessor's plat of said
addition to kock island tor A JJ. ana Be
ing part of what was formerly known as out
lot seventy-seven (77) in the s id south east
fractional quarter south Of Indian boundary
line of section thlrtv-six (36) towns tip elgh-
een (W north range to t- west of the
fourth Principal Meridian.
Dt-aat Koekisiana. Illinois, this ninth aay
of December, A. D. 1901.
tLWIN K. rABMENTlB.
Master In Chancery. Rook Island County, 111.
bmBtl at UABRBALIj.
Notice of fablleatloa Ubanrcry.
State of Illinois. (
aunty of Rock Island. 1
In the Circuit Court. January Term, 1903
Mary J. Melvin vs. George L. Melvin. In
Affidavit of non-resldenoe of the said George
Jj. Melvin. defeudant, having been filed In the
clerk' omce of the circuit court of the said
county, notice Is therefore hereby given to
the aald non-resident defendant that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint In said
court, on the chaoo-ry side thereof, on the
17th dav of Julv. 1900. and that thereunon a
summons Issued out of said court wherein said
ult Is now pending,- returnable on the third
Monday in the month of September. 1900. an Is
by law required, aad that on December 2. 1901,
an alias tummons was issuea out 01 tne saia
court wherein said suit is pending returnable
on the first Monday In the month of January,
1902. as is by la w requi-f a
Now unless vou. the saia non-restaent ae-
fendant, George L Melvin, shall personally be
and appear before the said circuit court on the
first dav of the next term thereof, to be holden
at Rock Island in and for said county on the
first Monday I n January next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the aald complainant' bill
of complaint, the me and the matters and
thing therein enargea ana atatea wui oe
taken as oonfenaed, and a decree entered
against yon aeoordlng to the prayer of said
bilL Gaoaaa W. Gamblb. otrm Clera.
Rock Island, III.. December 2nd, 1902.
Searle it Marshall, Complain ant's Solicitors.