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A STORY OF TWO FLAGS.
How a Blan'a Life Was Saved at tbe
Very La.t Moment.
The following stirring incident of the
two flags hapiened at Valparaiso,
Chile, and wns related at Montreal In
1SS1 by the Rev. Dr. J. O. Peck. Dr.
"The man who gave me the facts I
ja about to relate was Mr. Hasklns,
nn American sailor who had sailed to
a port in Chile. On going ashore, he
Bald, to enjoy his day of liberty he
drank a little and became hilarious.
One of the police officers, instead of
warning him not to make a noise In
the street, drew his sword and, strik
ing him n blow, knocked him down.
On that the American sailor got up
and knocked the iolicenian down in
return. He was on that arrest ed and
tried and condemned to be shot in the
morning of the following day.
"Mr. Loring. the American consul, ex
postulated with the authorities that it
would be monstrous to shoot the man
for such an offense, but they paid no
attention to him. so he thereupon made
a formal protest in the name of the
United States government against the
barbarous act. Mr. Hasklns, the sail
or, was In the morning brought out
pinioned to be shot.
"As the English consul was prepar
ing to hoist the union jack he saw the
crowd In the licit! opixisite, where the
execution of the American sailor, of
which he had heard, was to take place.
Rushing over the American -onsul. he
said. lxrlng. you're not going to let
them shoot that man:
"What can I do?' he said. T have
protested against It. I can do no more.'
"Quick as thought the English con
sul shouted. 'Give me your flag'.' And
in a trice the stars and stripes were
handed to the English representative.
At once, taking his own union jack In
his band, he hastened across the field.
cllowed his waj- through the crowd
and soldiery, and. running up to the
doomed man. he folded the American
flag around him and then laid the un
ion jack over it. Standing a few paces
back, he faced the officers and soldiers
and shouted defiantly, 'Now, shoot, if
you dare, through the heart of Eng
land and America:
"And they dared not do It, for they
feared the consequences, so the man
was at once released. In telling me.'
said Dr. Peck. "Mr. Ilaskins said to
me, with tears streaming down Ids
checks- even then, 'They loosed mo
then, and, oh. how I longed to embrace
those two flags!' 'Anglo-American.
A safe rule In feeding Is to give
enough to satisfy and no more.
Droppings should net be allowed to
accumulate In the poultry house longer
than a week.
Hone dust supplies au abundance of
bonemaking material nud counteracts
any tendency to diarrhea.
When possible, give the poultry house
a southern exiosure and furnish that
side with an abundance of light.
While wheat is one of the best grains
to feed to fowls, it should not be fed to
excess or it may cause diarrhea. Feed
it with other grains.
Loss of feathers is generally caused
by want of green food or want of a
dust bath. Supply both, and, ns a local
application, use mercurial ointment.
Breed the best flesh formers for mar
ket: then feed them up to as great a
weight as possible. Well fattened, well
dressed poultry bring the be?t prices.
A Point of Order.
One of the conspicuous features in
the decorations of a certain official
building Is a full length portrait of
George Washington. Being just be
hind the speaker's chair, it Is In full
sight of everybody who rises to speak.
During a heated discussion, which in
volved the honor of the state and na
tion, a member rose and, pointing to
the portrait, lwgan in oratorical style.
"By those eyes that never quailed be
fore an enemy, by that nose"
Then lie was Interrupted by a mem
ber In the rear, who rose to a point
"Mr. Chairman." said the objector,
"I claim It is out of order under par
liamentary rules to call the ayes aud
noes In a committee of the whole.
New York Times.
Of Coarse She Was Clad.
"So you overcame that old antipathy
cf yours," her husband remarked, "and
called on Mrs. Bobbles?"
"Do you think she was glad to see
"I am sure of it."
"Ahem! You must have some reason
for that belief outside of her assur
ances." "I have. I had on the old dress that
was made over twice, my hat was out
of style, and my hair had become un
curled, while she had on a gown that
could not have come from anywhere
but Tarls. Could she help being glad
to see me?" Leslie's Weekly.
Ilarvard university derives Its name
from Rev. John Harvard, "its earliest
benefactor, who in 1C3S bequeathed one
half of his estate, amounting to S00,
for the endowment of the college.
Harvard hall was built In 17C3, IIol
worthy hall of brick in 1S12 and Ilollls
Hall, also of brick. In 17CL Stoughton
hall, being of the same dimensions and
material as Ilollis, was built in 1S04,
and a writer of 1S17 states that "Its
appearance is somewhat in the modern
style." Boston BudgcL
Hott It Iteaemblcd Mother'..
"No," said Mr. Mcddergrass to the
restaurant man; "no, I'll not say that
your pie is jest like mother used to
make, but I'll say this it's pnrf nigh
as crusty aa she used to git." Balti
The Way a Bite Swindle Waa Sncceaa
fallr Worked In Paris.
A ivimber of Parisian financiers were
recently defrauded of a very consider
able sum of money by a swindler who
relied for the success of his scheme en
tirely upon the peculiar properties of
Iodide of starch. Posing as a man of
considerable wealth, whose money was
tied up In such a manner that he could
not realize without heavy losses and
pretending to have the option of some
valuable concessions In China, he ob
tained various large amounts of money
in exchange for bills dated to stand
for tliree months.
No one for a moment suspected that
there was anything in the least degree
shady about the man or his transac
tions, and when he made It public that
he had been successful in selling his
Chinese concession at a large profit his
creditors felt absolutely certain that
he would meet his bills.
To their immense surprise, however,
when they came to look through their
papers to find the bills they only found
bills with blank spaces iu the places
where the swindler's name should have
been and had actually been. They
clamored round him for an explanation
of the strange affair, but he denied that
he had ever given any of thein bills and
defied them to sue him for repayment
of the loans, and the fact that the bills
were devoid of the swindler's signa
ture rendered them absolutely worth
less. The matter was put into the hands of
the police, who were able to discover
that In signing the bills the man had
used a solution of Iodide of starch,
which, when first used for writing, ap
pears much the same as ordinary ink,
but completely disappears iu the course
of a few weeks, and, although traces
of the chemical may subsequently be
discovered, nothing can make the writ
ing show up again. Finding that his
victims had discovered his method, the
schemer decamped, despite the fact
that the chances of the police obtain
ing a conviction against Lim were very
WAVES OF WATER.
Slow rivers flow nt the rate of three
to seven miles an hour.
The amount of water flowing out of
the Nile is sixteen times that of the
The English channel is nowhere more
than IKK) feet deep. The Irish sea is
2,lo0 feet deep.
The largest gulf In the world is the
gulf of Mexico Si X),000 square miles
almost twice as big as the bay of Ben
gal. The Parana of Brazil and Argentina
is 2.200 miles in length and after the
Amazon is the largest river In South
The shallowest of all seas are the
Bnltle and the Adriatic, which average
only forty-three and forty-five yards'
Askal Chin, In Tibet, Is the lake
which lies at a greater height than any
other In the world. Its level is 10,000
feet. The lowest Is the Dead sea
1.2SX) feet below sea level.
A Judicial Retort.
Sir William Meredith, chief justice of
Ontario. Canada, was formerly a very
prominent politician as well as a fa
mous lawyer. He was csiH-cially noted
for his success as prosecuting attor
ney, and few criminals escaped convic
tion when he addressed the jury.
During one of his political campaigns
he was shaking at a meeting in the
city of Loudon, his native town. The
audience was turbuleut and he was
frequently interrupted. Finally a voice
from the gallery cut Into one of his
liner flights with a sarcastic "Oh, go
and get your hair cut!"'
Sir William, who wore his hair
somewhat longer than is usual, was
stopiMHl by a burst of laughter. But
ns soon as he was able to make him
self heard he turned the laugh and won
the audience by this reply: "My friend.
If I'm not mistaken, Fve had your
hair cut before this!" New York Com
The direct cause of fainting is a di
minished circulation of blood through
the brain. To revive a person who has
fainted it Is necessary, therefore, to al
ter this condition as quickly as possi
ble. In order to do this the individual
should be laid quite flat, the head on a
level with the body, so that the feebly
acting heart will not have to propel the
blood upward. The neck and chest
should be exposed, fresh air admitted
freely, water sprinkled on the face and
stimulating vapors, such as ammonia,
held at Iptervals to the nostrils. When
there Is difficulty in restoring anima
tion, friction over the region of the
heart with the hand or a rough clotb
should be applied vigorously.
EseraplirrlBBT aa Ade.
"Yes," said the old conductor, "I
have followed the railroad about all
my life. I wasn't exactly born on a
train, but I was married on one at
tbe rate of forty-five miles an hour."
"That was a good deal like marrying
"It was. And we got tired of each
other while we were making the return
trip on a freight train.
"That was a good deal like repenting
at leisure.' Chicago Tribune.
TTnnld von like to be truly beauti
ful? Thorcau says: "We are all sculp
tors and painters, and oujj material is
our own flesh and blood and bones.
Any nobleness begins at once to refine
a man's features and any meanness or
Ronsualltv to imbrute them." Ho there.
now, you sour visaged, plain faced
people, go along about your business
and grow handsome. National Maga
"After I vm Indnrrd to try OASCA
R KTH, I will nover lie without them in tho honso.
ily liver was in n very hapt nd my he.-i'l
rned mul I hutl tom;n-h tnnlle. Now,iu-e tttk
i ri sr C'uM-ari'ts. 1 rVl tine. My wife hns also used
them with !-iieticm! results tor sour stomaeh."'
JoS. IvKfcllUMi, l'J-1 Cunxrehs bt., St. Louis, Mo.
Pfnnt. Palatable. Potent. Tssto Oood, Do
OuuU, Nuvtr SicUuti, Weaken ir Gripe, 10c, i&c.
EtrrHnT Kemrdy I'otapan-, C!.l-a-n, TI..ulreaI, Nw York. 319
HA Tft D H ? Pol.l cn.l i'Ti:ir:i',t"o(t l.y n! 1 iru2
II J" 1 O-BKIj L-iota toll lit. 'iobi.ee j iiuik
You pay to cents
for Cigars not so good &a
C E GAR
f.Pl LEWIS, MAtfrlt
fiotlce of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois.
itocW Inland County. ( "
In the Circuit Court. January term, A. D.
Hugh WalUtr. exe:utor of the last irlll and
testament or joiiq i utwe, oeotasca
Edwin W. Ri l-prts. James Tu'tle. Mary Bai-
uan. Klswortb H l.en. M. Colfax ll;:en, Ar
thur Hazen. Ks el'a Haen. Kthel 1'ear. liol
cotr.b. Kva ! Holdout). FVanic C Huic mb
Uluoch !. Holcomb. i.d'a Van Uper. Alice
rtussel. i.aura i. unaers ire. Ctrace Deemr
Arthur Ieeiner. Kov ettr.er. K.mer Dee-
lier. Lottie rmrner. Clii'tom iKPmer. ISlar.eh
lieemi r, N le Oe-m-r and Mar. ha Johnston,
urdiairof said N 1 lt?erac.
Affidavit of lh nin-r5idenc Of the said
lames Tutile. wart 11 tercan. tjsworth Uaen
vl. col fax M,-en. a rthur H :en. l'.s e.lallazcn
Kltel le:W lloiomi Kva P. Holcomb. Krank
J lloleom . I'.lanch I - lirlcom-, Aile Knssel
Arthur Deemer. fc. iner ueemer anfl 1 enie
lrhr. impleaded with ihe above defendants.
tdw'n W. Koneris. i.ju:a an Kiper. Lau'b
Va"dersiice. Grace Deetner. K y Deemer,
'Jl lTird I'eODicr. Wiirs Ueera-r. vle i'e
ner and Man ha. I h'lstn. cuaroian cf sid Nyle
Deemer. navmu been tiled ia tbe clerk's ofHce
jf the circuit court of said county, notice i
-htrefore he'eov riven to tne said ron-r-sl
lent, defenuants that tbe contain ant tiled
lis bit of eomtilaint in sid cou't, on tb-
i5h.mcerv siae tuereof. on me ix n ay or Le
-emer lil. and t!it thereupon a surrmots
Lssued out or said court, wbert-tn sal suit, 1
30 peu-3inr fturnab'e on the first Mcndaj
1 1 1 he m"it ti oi .1 Anuary. ne i, as is oy iw te
.julred Now. unless you. the said n- n resl
nl defendants above natnml. James Tuttle
rtary listen an, r'Jsworth ilzen. M Colfax
-lazen, Arthur Haen. rstella llazen. K'bel
earl Holcomb. Kva P. HO'-omb. Frai k C.
Ho comb. Hlanch j Ho'comb. Alice Ku sel,
Arthur lienmcr tinier Deemer ar.d Lottie
U.irber. snail pr?onaily bn ar.d appear before
aid cirjuit court, on ih host day of ibe next
r:ii thereof, to te h ideu at Hock Island in
ind for ihe nt d county, on the first Monday in
January next, and pitiad. arswer or demur to
.he said complainant s bin of complaint, the
satre and the muter nnl thijfjs therein
harired and stated wnl be t alien us confess d
n5 a decree entered i?aiLst you according
o the praytr or aiu di i.
Ckokuf. W. Cambi.e. Clerk.
It ck Is' antf. Illinois. December . lw'l.
Jackson & IICkst, Solicitors for Complainant
Searle & Marsh aU, Attorneys.
State of Illinois.
Rosk Island County
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore
closure General No 4'.'a5
FrauHin C li"lss
JFlV.lam AtkIr.on. Helen L. Atkinson. John
) nfl, John W. Drcssen. Peoples National
Har.K. of Kock Islacd. llilnois.
xs'otice is oereoy eiven that by virtue of a
decree of said Court entert c l" tne above en
.tiled cause on the Thirty-tirst day of October,
V. 1). I'M. I snail, on -nturday the tlevectb
iav of January. A. L ly 2. at the hour of two
j'clock In the af ceraoon. at the east door of the
Jotirt House m tnn city of K'ick island in said
County of Koce i-iara. sattsry saia decree,
sell at nub"ic vendue u the highest bidder for
lash, those certain parcels -f land situate In
the County cf Hock Inland acd bta'.e of Illi
aois. known and described at follows, to-wlt:
Commencing at the nrrth wtsi corner of
lot No. one (1) in block No two (-) in Ho-
trd s Second audition to tne citv or it en
Island: thence vte-t 1 chain and 21 links to the
ounly road: thence south alonir th county
rod 4 chains and 71 licks: thence west I cha n
and -1 links', thence ncrth -I chains and 74 links
,o place of btglntluR. cow known as out lots
SIX, y two kllil Mil y-1 u r rj vw' n-i ot.tiK"
oatcd upon the assessor's plat of said addition
to Kock Is) ind for A. U Wt, and beinir a pari
of what was formerly known as lot eventy--leven
(77) in mil J south east f rtctionai quar
ter south of lnOim b'undry line of section
thirty-six ) townsh p eighteen (IS) north
range two (J) west in the county of Hoc
udand and state of lllin !: alsj lot tvro (2) in
O ock two -) In Howard's Second sddi Ion to
.he city of nock Is aud. situate! tn the
county of Rook Island and state of Illinois,
excepting from the tract titst above de
icribed tbe follawinK. to-wlt:
Commencing at a point one hundred and
fifty lrn feet south of the not th et comer
of lot one () In block two (.') In Howard's
second addition to the c y cf Kock Island
thence runninR wet to the eat lino of Kim
or ttotb street: thence along said lice of E m
or 30th street and Routh fifty x) feet: thence
east to tbe west line ct said lot one (I) In
bock two (J) in said Howard's ecDd:41
.Ion: thence north fifty (50) feet to the place
.f beginning being a part of out lots fr and
63 designated upon tbe assessor's rlat of said
addition to Kock Island for A D. 11-61. and be
ing part of what was forrrerly known as out
lot seventy-seven (77) in the s il south east
fractional quarter south of Indian boundary
line of unction thlrn-six (36) township eigh
teen (Is) norlh range to (i) west of the
fourth Prinoipul Meridian.
U'ttd at Rock Island, Illinois, this ninth day
of December, A. 1. lsoi.
KXwik E Parmentir.
Master in Chancery, Kock Island County, 111.
ijEABLE & MAHSIIAI.I,.
Searle Marshall, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, i
Rook Island County. Is""
In the Circuit Court. Ia Chancery. Fore-
closur J General No. -ifSI.
William Atkinson. Helen L, Atkinson. A. D
Huesing. John W. Dresden. Peoples National
Bank, cf KocK IsUnd. IilicoU
Notice is hereoy given that by virtue or a
decree of said Court entered In tbe bove en
titled caue on the nrr day or .November. A. u.
lttOI. I shall, on Saturday, the eleventh day of
January. A. D lbO-J, at tte hour of two o'clock
in the afternoon, at the east do7r of tbe Court
House, in the CUT of Kock island, in saia
County of Roek Island, to satisfy said Decree,
sell at public vendue to the bigh-'St bidder for
cash that certain parcel of Land, situate In
the County of Kock Island and State of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wit-Lot
No. one l) in block No. two l In that
part of the city of Kock Islund known as and
vailed Howard's Second addition, except tbe
west fifty (ar) feet ot ald lot. situated lithe
city of Rockls'and, In the county of Kock
Island, tn tee state of Illinois.
Hated at Kock I si una, Illinois, tnui nintn aay
of December, a. D IMM
ELWIS K rARMSSTKB.
Master la Chancery. Rock Island County, IiL
DBiKLI dC HAliSiJALL,
THR TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
.pHICAGH. RjCK ISLAND
iSA can be purchased at City
A nue- cr C, R. L & P. depot
fei.",-a corner Fifth avenue and Thirty-fifth
street. Brank U. Plumitr, ajjent.
TRAINS. ECST. WIST
tenver Limited & Um iha. . ,t 2:4- am. -':fft am
Ft. Worth, Denver i K. C. 't 5:05 aoilIOS pm
t S:.t0 ain! t:IO pm
Omaha & Des Moines
'Omaha & Minneapolis....
Omaha & Lincoln ex
Des Moines & Din ah a
Denver. Line In & Omaha
i Sy.K) an tll:2J pm
ia:l anr S:iX am
i 7:50 am!ll:2 pm
ll:nf) pmjtl0::i pm
2:40 am It 3:f0 am
Des Moines r.x press
. i2:b pm 6:52 am
at. Paul & iv ltjneapolis
b 15 pm
t 6::to am
t 3:ii pin
Denver. Ks. Worth wis K. C. ' f:00 arc
tKatsusCity. St Joe A; Denv 11:I0 pm
tKock Island& Washington ll:50 am
Chicago & DesMoii es it 2:i5 pmi 3:20 poi
Kock Island & Brooklyn AC R:35 pmlt 7:40 am
t Jmaha Kock Island 6:40 pm tl0:35 am
;Chlcatro& Davenoort I J 7H) pm
arr val. tceparture. jDaiiy, except sua
dav. jjDaily, except Saturday. All others
daily, telephone li3 and 142J.
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U. & Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second avenue and Twen
M. J. YOUNG,
St. Louis hpriLiKheld
Peoria, Qalncv, oales
burs and sterling
Peoria. Beardstown, Bur
lington, Denver and
St. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacilic
Coast via Uaiesnurg . . .
Sterling and points In
termediate East Mollne (suburban)..
St. l. Denver and west
Clinton and "ubuufc
Davenparl and Clinton ..
Clinton, Dubuque, La
Crosse, fet Paul, Minn
and wet and N W ..
6 25 am
t7 25 pm
Dai'y. TDaily except Bun
& St. Paul R-ilwav. U..
iMHWAJJKIZI llon as toot of Seventeenth
agent. The trains for Lu
buque and points north run
via Illinois side or river.
Trains for Freeport aid Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna. .
All '.ruins will connect at Savanna for points
east anu west.
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Llubuque and bt. Paul Pas- i
senger ' 7:25 aro- 11:40 am
Accomm-'dation ; 10.15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and st Paul Pa- i
senger : 4:fO pm' 915 pm
Milwaukee Kxpress i 7K0 amj 9:15 pm
Freeport x press ! 4:20 r.m 11:40 am
Ail T-lns d iilv excent -undav.
ROCK ISLAND & PECJRIA
XliX Railway. Depot First avenue
! t '-. nnd Twentieth sirept M a
' " iiuu i weuitciu sirei
PHJ&V Patterson, general
; r kUBIti i asjent. Passenger tr
nZUTZJy C. R I & P. (MoUne
y-'j&r depot ten (10) minutes earlier
CirJZr than time nven.
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Peoria. )rif.gUeid. M. l.,
Peoria. Springfield. Irdian
adolis. Cint iouati.ljioom
lngton. St Louis
I'eoria, lnd.anpolis, Cin
"able & herrard Accom.
Caile .So Sherrard Accom.
8:05 am 10 20 pm
Tra ns ti-t.rit(l are daily
AU otners eaily
Notice of Pabl. cation Chaucery.
State of Illinois, l
County of Rock Island. (
In the circuit court, January term. A. D,,
Alice Boenlt?. vs. Jatne Gulnty. Daniel Gulnty,
Mary McCarty. Joephine rvcHugh, Margaret
F.iey. Kilen Csllhan, Maud Uuinty. In
Attldavitof non-residence of the said Mary
Mccarty and Margaret Foley, Irrp eaded with
the aoove defendants. James (luinty, Daniel
Guintv, Josephine McHugh. Eden Callahan
and Maud Uuinty, having been filed in tbe
kick's office of the circuit court rf paid
county, notice Is therefore hereby given to
tbe Siutl nonresident defendants that tbe
complainant hied her bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
30th day of November. U01, and that there
upon a summons issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, returnable
on the first Monday In tbe month of January
next, as is by law required. Now, unless
vou. the said mn-resldent defendants above
harped. Mary McCartv and Msrganet Foley,
ibail ners inally be and appear before said cir
juit court on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at Rock Island In
and for tbe said county, on tbe tlrt Monday
in January next, and plead, answer, or demur
to the said complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and the mat -era and things tnerein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you, according
to the prayer of said bill.
George W. Gambi.s, Clerk.
Rock Island, LUiaoii, Nov. 30, 1901.
Seirt.e & Marshall
Complainant 8 .solicitors.
Searle & Marshall, Attorneys.
State cf Illinois, I
Sock Island County, Is"
In the Circuit Cou't. In Chancery. Fore
closure General No. 4117
James B aimer
Julia Phillips. Frank M Phillips. Clyde C.
Philips. Artie Ph'Uips. Maud Adam,, Anna
S. r-hillps. Kdward D. Ph litp and D. K. Mo
beriy and Fran S. Cool, administrators of the
estate of D. K Phillips, deceased.
Notice is Hereby riven that by virtue of
decree of said Court, entered in tbe above
entitled cause, on the twentieth day of No
vember, A. D. 1901, I shall, on Saturday, the
eleventh day of January, A. D. . 19u2. at
the hour of two o clock In the after
noon, at the Et door of the Court
House, in tbe City of Rock Island, in
said County of Rock Island, to satisfy paid
decree, sell at public vendue to tbe highest
bidder for cash, that certain parcel of land
situate in the County of Rock Island ard
State of Illinois, known and described as
Tbe south 14o acres of the south west Quar
ter (i.t of section twenty-two 22) In town
ship number twenty (20) north range two (2)
east oi tne -tin -rmcipai Meridian in tbe
county of Kock Island and state of Illinois.
Dated at Kock island, Illinois, this ninth dav
of December, A. D. 191.
KLWIJf E. PABMENTCB,
Master in Chancery. Rock Island County, 111.
SEA RLE & MAK.NHAM..
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, l
County of Kock island, f
In me Clmuii court January Term. 1903.
Mary J. Mel flu vs. George II Meivio. In
Aniaavit or non-resiaence or tne saia ceorge
L. Melvin. defendant, having been filed In tbe
clerk's ofSce of tbe circuit court of tbe said
county, notice Is therefore hereby given to
the said non-resident defendant that the
complainant Bled her BUI of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
17th dav of July, 1900, and that thereuoon a
sumious Issued out of said court wherein said
suit Is now pending, returnable on tbe third
Monday in the month or September. 1900. as la
by law required, aod that on December 2. igoi,
an alias tummons was Issued out of tbe said
court wherela said suit Is pending returnable
on the first Monday in the monta of January,
1'ij as is oy law requir a
Now unless you, the sa.a non-resident de
fendant. George L Melvin, hall personally be
and appear before tbe said circuit court on tbe
drst day of the next term thereof, to beholden
at Rock Island ia and for said county on the
first Monday i n January next, and Plead, an
swer or demur to the said complainant's bill
of compuint. the ime and the matters and
thing therein oharged and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
bill. GORiB W. Gamblb. Clmnit Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. December tied. 1902.
Searle & Marshall, Complainant's Solicitor
S Professional Cards.
M'CASKRIN & M'CASKItIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Is
land oflice in llengston Block. Milan
otiice on Main street.
II. C. Connelly. I,. D. Connelly.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Oflice over Thomas
drug' store, corner of Second avenue
and Seventeenth street.
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Rock Island National
VV. L. Ludolph. Robert R. Reynolds.
LUDOLPII & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. 1705 Second
avenue, Ruford block.
E. D. Sweeney. C. L. Walker.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office in Bengston block.
C. J. Searle. C. B. MarshaU.
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Mitchell fc Lynde block,
Rock Island, Illinois.
M'ENIRY & M'ENIRY,
Attornej-s at Law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Oflice room 12, Mitchell & Lynde
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Island.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde building.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of
women and children, also diseases of
eye, ear, nose and throat. Office
hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
321 Sixteenth street, Rock Island.
N. M. MOORE, M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to
4:00 and after 7:00 p. m.
Oculist and Aurist.
Entire attention given to eye, ear,
nose and throat. Hours 9 to 12'a. m.,
1 to 5 p. m. Sunday 9 to 11. Phone
5034. Mitchell & Lynde building,
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle
treated on approved principles. Sur
gical operations performed in a sci
entific manner. Dogs treated. All
calls promptly attended to. OfSce
and infirmary, Frick's livery barn.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Store.
Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1
to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours 8:30 to 12 . m., 1:30 to
5:00 p. m. 219'z Eighteenth street.
Opposite Union office. Telephone
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Second Floor.
Office Hours F. M. Drack, 10 to
12 a. m. 4 to 5:30 p. m. Geo. M.
Kerns, 2 to 4 p. m.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all
kinds. City store, 1807 Second avenue.
Rock Island Roofing Company,
CHAS. HANSGEN, President.
Old roofs repaired, roof painting,
old style gravel roofing put on
by our mechanics.
Phone 1373. 221 Twentieth street
in the rear.