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TEE AEGTJS, irONDAT, JANUARY G, 1902.
When in Doubt
Health is Life's Greatest Luxury.'
Worlds Greatest and Most Successful Specialist in Chronic,
Nervous and Private Diseases of Both Sexes. '
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MEN Our special system of treat
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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?
Vi-it our office and we will lie
plea.-Mil to show you the finest electri
cal lotteries in the country. We in
vite comparison. Twenty years' ex
perience has made Dr. Walsh a master
of the electrical method of curing
chronic diseases. Electricity is the
most powerful curative tigeiit known
in all .Diseases Peculiar to Women.
Catarrh. Nervous Kxhaust ion. Kheimt
ntism. Neuralgia. Paralysis, Constipa
tion, Nervous Dyspepsia. Ilackache,
Palpitation of the Heart, etc., etc.
Office, McCuIlough Building, 124 West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WaJsH.
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Queen 3 Crescent R.oute
from Cincinnati and the North is the best line South to
Chattanooga, Atlanta, Knoxville, Birmingham, New
Orleans, Shreveport, Ashevillc,
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:CKLlt. N. P A.. 113 Adams St, Chicago. Ii'ts.
IRPHY, W. C. RIN CARSON,
I am Proud of
It i a pleasure to know that your
of vonr labor in the happiness-of 1,000
shown in my business. My patients are
talist and Ialiorer, men and women, l am doing twice the business 1 was a
year ago. Why? I suppose it is because I give every patient what he wants
I have made a life study of the development of perfect manhood and
womanhood I have adapted 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 best doctors, and the best of it for you is that the services are
Free for One Week.
The reason of this extension of free treatment is that now fully 50 per
cent of the patients that call on me come recommended by some former
patient whom I have cured, and consequently they pay me for my services;
the other ou per cent are tnose tnat nave seen my iree treatment advertise
ments in the papers and are treated
Free for One Week.
Now, if you are sick or ailing in any manner and you happen to read
this announcement you are lucky indeed, providing j ou call and accept this
great offer. Of course I want it understood that when YOU ARE CURED
you will give me a recommendation or else do what you can in the way of
recommending others to me, lecause that is the way 1 make my expenses.
Later, when I have about 90 per cent of the people calling on me, do so
through the recommendation of some cured friend, I am going to stop the
free treatment offer altogether, but until then I want the true merits of my
most sucoessful treatment on earth known to everybody and I don't know of
any better way than by extending my services
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 Physicians.
Booms 49, 50 51, S3, 54 and 5 Mitchell & Lynde Xmilding; Rock Island.
Honrs: 9 to 12f 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. rru Sundays, to 11 a. m.
Consult Ihe Best.
If You Want Health Consult the
THE THOUSANDS we have cured
during our eight years in I)avenjort
must prove to you that our cures are
There are few doctors that have the
alilitv to cure chronic diseases. You
must rememlier that over CO self
called specialists have located during
the past few vears in the tri-cities and
have made extravagant claims to cure
chronic diseases, and thev all have
left lichiud them broken promises and
failures. Therefore, if vou 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. Remeruber it pays to consult
the lust lirst.
Only curable diseases taken. If you
cannot call write. Hundreds cured
Honrs: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m.,
Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Savannah and all Florida Points.
Excellent Through Service. Caf5,
Parlor and Observation Cars. Free
CliairCars. Throuph Pull, nan Ser
vice to all important Southern
. 1 Jfli
work is well done and to see the fruits
men and women. And the fruits are
from all classes, rich and poor, capi
The death of Klsie Iteming Ells,
daughter of the late Ccurge W. Ells,
occurred Saturday, from congestion
of the lungs. The deceased was born
in Davenport April 4, 1S5S, and had
lived here nil her l:fe.
Announcements have been received
here of the marriage in Chicago New
Year's day, of Virtus Charles Rohm
and Elizabeth Mae Iturclay. Mr. and
Mrs. Robin will 1m at home after Feb,
1 at 2441 Ontario street. Mr. Unhin
is in the printing business in Chicago
where he went from here a few ..ears
tilled for Ibe
Harrison bar. resigned
of postoffice registry
she has very capably
past 1"J vears, and will
probably be succeeded by Miss Agnes
Schroeder, who has been stamp clerk
mid will be recommended f'r promo
tion. Walter Schroeder, who has
leen stamper, will be recommended
for stamp clerk, and Dennis Murphy
who has lcen substitute clerk, will
probably go into Ihe mail division t.s
llenrv Kuehl, the former deputy
sheriff, has bought the interest o
Rudolph !.' hlfs in the business ot R'l
dolph Rohlfs & Co.. and the firm wjl
hereafter be that of I'.ischotT & Kuehl
Another suit for damages for slan
tier was commenced in Clerk Clunk's
office Saturday. Ely & Rush filing p.i
ners in which Carrie .1. Hitter alleges
that on Nov. P.Ktl, one W. Hel
niel s:iid that she hail defrauded him
out of $".M0, or had stolen tha
amount of money from him. Plaintiff
states that the allegation of llelnul
was false and that she Ins Im-cii dam
.-iced thereby in rel.iital ion. mental
pain and siiffer'mjr. to the extent o
1.000. The court is therefore ar-ked
to ;ivs:rd her iiidirinent for that
Roswell Rogers, the P.urlington
man who seeks to have his wife's di
orce set aidv. on the ground that lie
had no n-tice of h"r action, lias ir.ov
ed to Davenport to be rij-ht on hand
when his application fi r the- reopen
ing of the case conies up before the
court. In the meantime his wite is
understood to be living with the man
whom she married the day after shi
got a divorce, and that neither is
disoosed to allow Mr. Rogers' com-
plaints to interfere with their enjoy
nient of their honeymoon.
Tames C. Carious, arrested in Rock
Island Saturday, is to have a hearing
this afternoon on a charge of obtain
inr money under false pretenses. It
is alleged that he passed a worthle
check for on his employer, M. J-
Margaret ha Petersen, daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Custav Petersen. t'.OS
East Sixth street, died at 1:30 o'clock
Saturday afternoon. She was wo
years old and a very bright child mid
COMMON SENSE AND
The treatment of consump
tion is every year becom
ing more successful. The
majority of cases can be cured
if taken in time. Not more
medicine but more common
sense is the cause of the im
Fresh air, good climate, food,
clothing, exercise, all these are
important features of common
As a builder of flesh and
restorer of strentrth Scott's
Emulsion is still unequal
cd. I he special action
of Scott's Emulsion on the
lungs is as much of a mystery
as ever but an undoubted
Common sense and Scott's
Emulsion is good treatment.
We'll send you a little to try, if you like.
SCOTT & BOWKS, 409 i'uul street, Xew York.
He&ls the Skin.
Pro, it on . wtabboro rmmm of pimple., oofem.
tetter, erjupolu, ulcere, or oj eruption. I he
care m prraentit. I u crnte . boi, at draffriete
or hy meil, poefiMiid. Heck up lt food work
with HeiutelTe Medicated So p. eente.
JOIISHTU. HOLLOW A V eV CO
bk Ceeueiere tk, lkllmlelkla.
"Your Ointment cured terrible
running sores on baby 's faoe. bhe
now baa beautiful skin. ' Susie
Ma itohell, 470 Mott Are . New
Yoa can be cared of ur form nf inh,wt
ly. be made well, strong, tnairntic. full of
new life and vigor by taking MO-TO-BAC.
ten diTL Over mnrt nnn
una NronK. Mnnw fHl a
cored. All draHjta. Cure jruarantmi. Book
let and adnca FREE. Address STE8XIN3
KUCY CO- Chicago or New YockT J7
her death is a hyrJ blow to her pa
rents. She is survived by her parents
and two sisters, Irene and Angalhj.
Four cases of scarlet fever were
Saturday reported to City Clerk AI
liert Smith. So far this month seven
cases of contagious diseases have
been reported to the board of health,
one of. which was smallpox.
The city council Saturday evening1
voted a franchise to build an inde
jiendent telephone exchange to Hills
& Wortham, whose company, the
Union" Klectrie TelegTaph and Tele
phone, has put up a $.,OOi) bond that
it will erect the plant and live tip to
the requirements of the ordinance.
The granting of the franchise to
I!ills & Wortham ad7s a complicated
phase to the tri-city situation, since
the Illinois Independent company has
a franchise in I took Island, and the
Moline council is yet to decide which
of the two companies is to have the
concession there. Moline, it appears,
will be "the battleground from now
on. Col. YV. S. Thomas, the promoter
for the Illinois Independent com
pany, has been absent from the citv
several days on account of financia
difficulties it is said his concern has
gotten into as a result of the Kverett-
Moore syndicate embarrassment, ai
Col. l'ills seems to have improved the
opportunity to cet 111 the wiiimng'
licks. The council. Saturday even
ing, also adopted the anti-exectora
tion and milk inspection ordinances
The council, on motion of Aid. Phil
lips, approved an important agree
inent with Chris. Mueller & Sons, bv
which the rights of the firm on th
levee are continued with some modi
heat ions, anil I-rank .1. I'eto am
others agree to dismiss their sii
against the city and lumber company,
The company agrees not to rebuilt
its sawmill up-town; agTees to re
move its temporary planing mill and
everything but its office from the.
block on which its sawmill former!"
stood, by Sept. 1, 1902.
Many Itock Inland l'eople Find It Hard to
Hard to sleep at night with that
awful bane, itchinir piles, with irri
fating eczema, with any itchiness o
the skin. Doan's Ointment relieves
and cures. Here's liock Island tes
timony to prove it:
1. Uooney.bricklayer.snys: "I suffer
etl from protruding' and itehinghemor-
rlioitls for 1j vears. I liev were of an
aggravated form, and there was al
most, constant irritation. I tried a
lot of remedies, and if I had tise
one-half of the cures, sure cures pre
scribed by my neighbors, I woult
have done nothing' else but put on aj
piications. 1 even consulted a physi-
ciafi. who treatetl me, but up until I
used Doan's Ointment. 1 never g'ot
hold of anything' that did me tl
least, bit of good. Obtaining- a box
of this wonderful preparation at the
Harper House drug store, I applied it
carefully as directed. It did me st
much gootl that I procured two more
After 1 stopiMt the treatment the in
tolerable itching1 ceased."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., lJuffalo,
New York, sole agents for the U. S,
Kemember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
lie Wouldn't Interfere.
An old Scotchman went to stay for
a short time, as he said, with friends
of hln, a young couple with no family.
After living with them for some two
or three weeks the young couple began
to get tired of their visitor, but did
not like to tell him the state of their
feelings toward him, so they arranged
a little plan between thorn as to how
they would get rid of him.
"Tomorrow," said the husband.
"when I come home for dinner, I shall
quarrel about the soup and say it la
not trood. In the midst of our quarrel
we will appeal to our friend, and If he
takes your part I will give him notice
to leave the hcuse, and If he takes my
part you do Just the same."
Next day at dinner the "quarrel"
arose about the soup, and in the heat
of the argument "uncle" was appealed
to. but he coolly replied:
"Te see, ma freens, for a the time I
Intend tae bo hero lust a month or
twn I hae made up ma mind no tae
interfere wl' ye'r boose affairs."
A Story of Wendell Phillips.
At the close of the civil war and be
fore he was well known Wendell rhll-
Hps, the distinguished abolitionist,
went to Charleston and put up at a ho
tel, lie had breakfast served In his
room and was waited upon by a slave.
Mr. rhllllps seized the opportunity to
represent to the negro in a pathetic
way that he regarded him as a man
and a brother and, more than that.
that he himself was an abolitionist.
The negro, however, seemed more anx
ious alKut his breakfast than he was
about his position in the social scale
or the condition of bis soul, and finally
Mr. rhllllps became discouraged and
told him to go away, saying that he
could not bear to be waited on by a
"Too must "scuse me, massa," said
the negro. "I is 'bilged to stay here
'cause I'm 'sponsible for de sliver
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing; Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the (rums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Makes the fires of life burn with a
steody glow. Kenewa the golden,
happy days of youth. That's what
Rocky Mountain Tea does. " 33 cents.
r.-II. Thomas' pharmacy.
site fund has reached
A mild case of smallpox was dis
eotered in Moline today. The patient
is Hugh Shaw, whose home at 12.)'
event h aenue, has been quarantined
by the health authorities.
Considerable of a sensation was
caused in Moline yesterday by the issuing-
of orders by the police depart
ment for the closing of the new bowling-
alleys in the Deere building. It
was statetl that bowling- on Sunday
wrs :n violation of the city,, ordi
nances. President A. K. Montgomery, of the
local Y. M. C. A., lias appointed Ihe
following1 standing committees: Pi
nance, F.. II. Wilson, chairman, C. L.
DesAulnier. August Larson; religious
work, W. L. Stange chairman. Fred
Strombeck, C. V. Xatt; executive. A.
K. Montgomery, chairman. .1. 1). Metz-
gar, K. H. Wilson, W. C. Hay, W. I
Stange; reception, C. H. (iamble.
chairman, Will Alsturluinl, l!la
The fire alarm Saturday called the
fire department to Ihe residence at
i:01 Sixth avenue, occupied by Peter
A. Skogii .and family. A pile of sheet
music, papers ami clotliinsr, near the
chimney in the cellar, had caught fire.
evidently from a spark issuing from
the cleaning-out tine. The house fill
ing with smoke aroused Mrs. Skogl
who gave the alarm. J he loss was
John F. Lohmier of 1017 Seven
teentn avenue, died Saturday alter a
fourteen days' illness with lung fever.
lie was iiorn February 7. lSj(), in
Woerden, X. Dithmanhen. Holstein
(iermany, and came to this conntry
twenty years ago. He had been a
member of Kaiser Wilhelm's body
guard for two years in the old coun
try. He had been employed by Deere
& Co. during the winter and worked
for the city during; the summer, lit
leaves a widow and three children
William. Lily and Fred.
Kniil Stein, employed in the fun
dry of the Deere Mc:isur company
met with an unfortunate accident at
the shop hat unlay. In some manner,
unexplained, his riirht hand was
caught in an electric separator. l)r
Dunn was called to attend him and
had him conveyed in an ambulance to
the city hospital. The doctor was
compelled to amputate the ring- fin-
trer below the first joint and two
tit her fingers iust above the first
Another monument to progress in
the educational development of Mo
line was dedicated Saturday in the
formal opening1 of the new darfield
building' in Stewart ville. The dedi
catory address was by President An-
tlreen, of Augustana college. The
new school cost ?32,ri29.
When the Swedish-Uepublican club
set its banquet for .Ian. 24, it was in
tlfe belief that after the action of the
county republican committee there
would be no banquet after the love
least. A banquet having been decul
ed on, it is probable that the Swed
ish Pepuhlican banquet will be post
poned till spring or withdrawn en
tirely. Property-owners on Twentieth and
Twenty-second streets have been
Twnty-second streets have been
granted a rebate of :2 cents a foot on
the asphalt work on those streets
during the last year.
Amos Woeber, who already has the
distinction of being an inventor of
some note, lias now knocked another
plum oft the tree of inventive genius
that promises to be the best one in
the lot. The new machine which be
has devised plates (puts the edge on)
plowshares. That it does this better
than it. has been done heretofore, ant!
that with a great saving1 of labor, is
very clearly indicated by a successful
test at Williams. White & Co.'s of the
only one of the machines thus far
made The final test, in actual shop
practice, is to be given tins machine
in the works of the Moline Plow-
company. If it is pronounceti a suc
cess after use there, Messrs. Wil
liams, White Sr Co. will begin its
manufacture under an arrangement
with Mr. Woeber, and the machine
will be put on the market. A suc
cessful verdict from the Moline Plow
company will mean that his machine
will soon be an indispensable one in
every plow factory in the country.
Frank Swisher, bookkeejer for the
Dewend-Kuschmann Furniture com
pany, died Saturday night from sear
let fever nnd iliphtheria. lie had
been ill two weeks. Mr. Swisher was
born in Tort Byron 34 years agv and
is survived by his wife and a son, 10
years old. He was a member of the
Woodmen and Knights of Pythias.
Moline's branch of the Battle Creek
Sanitarium will remain in this city.
That much is settled through the mu
nificence of one of the residents of
Moline, Mrs. Stewart, widow of the
late Dr. Stewart. Negotiations are
practically closed whereby the C. F.
Hemenway home at Twelfth avenue
and Fifteenth street, passed into the
possession of the sanitarium people.
and it is understood only a few minor
details are to be arranged before the
nstitution takes formal possession
of the property.
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bowels every day, you're ill or ill bo. Keep your
bowela o:eu, a 11 J be cll. Force, in the hp of
violent physic or pill poison, ia ounirerous. The
smoothest easiest, most perfect way of keepiug
the bowels clear and clean is to take
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50 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book
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Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLE&.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
GU1CAG . K CK ISLAND
& Pacific Rallwsv Tickets
can be purchased at City
T'cket office. 114 Second ave
nue, or O.K. L Ac P. depot
corner Fifth avenue and Thlr-
ty-Qfth street. Frank H. Plumxer, agent.
oenver Limned & Omaha. .
t 3:50 am
t (5:52 am
t V ia pm
t 0:30 am
t 3:25 pm
t 3:20 pm
t 7:40 am
t 7:00 pm
Ft. Worth, Denver Jt K C. it 5:05 am
Minneapolis t B:f0 am
Omaha & Des Moines ;t 8:00 an
tOmaba & Minneapolis.... am
Omaha & Lincoln -X ":M am
Des Moines & Orcaha ll:55 pm
Denver. Llucln & Omaha. 2:40 am
Des Moines Express ;i2:15 pan
St. Paul & ir.a.neapol!s i 2:40 am
Denver. Ft. Worth & K. C. : 5:00 am
(Kansas City. KtJoe&Denv 11:10 pm
tttock IsluDd& Washington 11:50 am
Chicago & DesMoit es if 2:!5 pm
Rock Island & Brooklyn AC 5:35 pm
(Omaha Si Kock Island 6:W pm
JChicaeo &. Davenport I
Arrval. t-epriure. JDaliy, except sun
da v. jDaily. except Saturday. All others
daily, "lelephone 1093 and 1423.
BURL1XGTOJT ROUTE C.
IS. & Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second avenue and Twen
M. J. YOUNG,
7 25 pm
St. Louis SDllliKUld.
Peoria, Quincv, usles
bursr and sterline
6 25 am
Peoria, Ueanlstown, Bur-
litRton, Denver and
St. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacltlc
Coast la Galesburg
Sterling and points In
termediate East Moline (suburban)
it L, Denver and west
Clinton and "ubuque ....
Davenport and Clinton ..
Clinton, Dubuque, La
Crosse, fct Paul, Minn
atd wet and N. W...
Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
J & St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. I. & N. W. passenger sta
tion at fcot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wcod,
sgent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freepors aud Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna. -
AU trains will connect at SavaDna for points
east Bed west.
I LEA VK AKK1VC
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas- I
senner 7:25 am1
Accommodation j 10:15 am,
Dubuque and fct. Paul Pas-. j
sender j 4:00 pm!
Milwaukee Kxpress 7:C0 ami
Freeport '-xpress ! 4:20 pm l-
All trains dl lye x ce n t -und a
ROCK ISLAND & PEORIA
Railway. Depot First avenue
and Twentieth street. M. A.
larnniSV Patterson, general passenger
t hHlun a agent. Passenger trains leave
c. it I. & P. (Moline avenue)
depot ten (10) minutes earlier
than time given.
Peoria. Springfield. St. L.,
Peoria, Springtleld. indian-
10 20 pm
adolis. Cincinnati. liloom-
lngton. St. Louis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
Cable & Sherrard Accom.
Canle & Sherrard Accom.1
Tra'ns marked are daily,
AU otners eaiiy
Searle & Marshall, Attorneys.
Sta'e of Illinois, (
Rock Island County. (
In the Circuit Court. In Chaneerv. ' Fore
closure General No 4a.io
Franklin L. Buss
William Atkinson. Helen L. Atkinson, John
O off, John W. Dressen. Peoples National
Bank, 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 Tblrty-tirst day of October,
a. D . 1901, 1 snail, on -aturday the eleventh
day of January, A. D. 19J2, at the hour of two
o'clock In the afternoon, at the east door of the
Court House in the City of Rock Island In said
County of Rock Island, to satisfy said decree,
sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, those certain parcels uf land situate in
the County of Kock Inland and State of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wit:
Commencing at the north west corner of
lot No. one (1) in block No. two (2) In How
ard s second addition to tne city of Kock
Island: thence we.t 1 chain and 21 links to the
oounty road: thence south along thi county
rosa 4 cnains ana 74 nous: mence west I cna n
and 21 links: thence ncrth 4 chains and 74 links
to place of beginning, now known as out lots
sixy two (62) and sixty-three (63) as desig
nated upon the tssepsor s plat of said addition
to Rock Isltnd for A. D 1W4. and being a part
of what was formerly known as lot seventy-
seven (77) in said south east fractional quar
ter soutn or inomn c-una.ry line oi section
thirty-six (36) township eighteen (18) north
ranee two (2) west in the couDtvof hock
Island and s'.ate of Illinois: also lot two (2) In
b ock two (2) in Howard's Second sddlilon to
the city of Mock Is and. situated in the
county of Rock Island and state of Illinois,
excepting rrom tne tract nrst above de
scribed the following, to-wit:
Commencing at a point one hundred and
fifty (150) feet south of the not th west coiner
of lot one (I) In block two (2) in Howard's
secjnd addition to theory cl Kock Island
thence running wet lo the east line of Urn
or 30th street: thence along said line of Em
or 30tb street and south fifty (o) feet: thence
east to the west lin rf saicr lot one (I) la
b'OCk two (2) in said Howard s Secorjd addi
tion: thenoe north fifty (50) feet to the plsce
of beginning being a part of out lots 62 and
63 designated upon the assessor s plat of said
addition to kock island Tor A u. ana be
ing part of what was formerly known as out
lot seventy-seven (77) ia the stid south east
fractional quarter south of Indian boundary
line of seotlon thirtv-eix (36) township eigh
teen (ix north range two (2 west of the
fourth Principal Meridian.
Dttd at Rock Island, Illinois, this ninth day
of December, A. D. 1901.
Elwiw Fl Parmistir,
Master In Chancery. Rock Island County, 111.
Seas lb & marshal.!..
Genuine stamped CCC Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
'something' jast as good."
M-CASKKIN & M'CASKKLV,
Attorneys at Law.
Kock Island and Milan. Kock Is
land office in Bengston Block. Milan
office on Main street.
II. C. Connelly. B. D. Connelly.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas'
drug1 store, corner of Second avenue
and Seventeenth street.
JACKSON & HURST,
Attornej-s at Law.
Office in Rock
W. L. Ludolph. Robert R. Reynolds.
LUDOLPU & REYNOLDS,
Attornej-s at Law.
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. 1705 Second
avenue, Buford block.
E. D. Sweeney. C. L. Walker.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office in Bengston block.
C. J. Searle. C. B. MarshalL
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Money tq loan on good real estate
security. Mitchell & Lynde block,
Rock Island, Illinois.
M'ENIRY & M'ENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
"Loan money on good Becurity;
make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office 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
5054. 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. AU
palls promptly attended to. Office
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 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.