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THE AEGUS, 5IOXDAY, .FEBRUARY 24, 1902
OPPOSITE XEW TIIEATHK.
When in Doubt
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.
.T -'l J'-V.i' F"",ISC5Z
Consultation ami X-Kay Examination Free by Our
static Machine, the Largest in the Country.
MEN Our special stem 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 Elood
and Kidney Diseases.
VARICOCELE, is a frequent cause
of nervous and physical decline. Why
treat months with others when we
can positively cure 3-ou in from one
to three treatments?
Visit our office anil we will 1
p!e:tsed to show you tin; linest fleet ri
cal batteries in the country. We in
vite com pari. son. Twenty years1 e-jH-rience
has made Dr. Wal?h a master
of the electrical method of curing
chronic diseases. Electricity is the
most powerful curative agent known
in all Diseases Peculiar to Women,
Catarrh. "Nervous Exhaustion, Rheum
atism. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Constipa
tion, Nervous Dyspepsia, Backache,
Palpitation of the Heart, etc., etc.
Office, McCullough Building, 124 West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WclIsK.
To All Who Call
Before IVIarch 9,
Th'- ii"w treatment includes a won
derful electric oscillator capable of
sending out to the body of the pa
tient irciit If. vet scarcely perceptible,
impulses, like the waves of wireless
telegraphy, which passing through
nieilicated air. liberates ozone ami
carries this enforced energy into ev
ery :trt of the body, thus restoring
:i triii 11 the liarnili'ss vibrations of
health, inv itrorat i ng the nerves, en
riching the blood and cxelling the
poisonous debris. Thus healthy
functional activity and nutrition is
at on'-r established.
Mental and Physical life strength
ened and prolonged.
The cells of the brain become ex
hausted by the worries and rush of
business life. I!y this new scientific
treatment it is possible to rea rrange
the feeble cells and tissues and reju
venate both mind and body.
With this mild yet remarkable light
the physician can look into and
through the body; can tell at a
glance the nature of tbe disease, and
apply the. remedy. Thus it is that
some of the most complicated trou
bles can be cured so quickly as to
seem miraculous. The newest smd
best appliance and the best scientific
meilical knowledge, together with a
long and eminently successful cxjKr-
J. ALVIN HORNE, M. D.
And Associate Physicians.
Booms 40, 50, 51, 53, 54 and 5 Mitchell & Lynda Building, Hock Island.
Ilours: to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
Consult the Bes
THE TIIOrSAXDS we have cured
during our eiht years in Davenjort
must prove to voii that our cures arc
There are few doctors that have the
ability to cure chronic diseases. You
niit VDmeniiK-r that over GO self
called specialists have located during
the past few years in the tri-eities and
have made extravagant claims to cure
chronic diseases, and they all have
left ltchind them broken promises anil
failures. Therefore, if you want to
insure yourself against loss of money
ami obtain health, consult Dr. Wa!-h,
for lie has Uen lonT tried and has
proven a success when others have
failed. Remember it pays to consult
the liest lirst.
Only curable diseases taken. If yoa
cannot call write. Hundreds cured
Ilours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m.f
Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
rience with chronic nervous diseases,
is the secret of Dr. Home's svecess
as a specialist.
Debility, Weak and Nervous Men
The New Treatment is an absolute
specific for nervousness, mental
weakness. ls of energy, insomnia,
nervous debility, lowered vitality and
blooil diseases. No matter how Jioiie
less your case may seem, as long as
you arc aide to walk, this treatment,
so agreeable, will restore you to vig
Varicocele and stubborn complica
tions cured by a few treatments with
out operation, delay or inconven
ience. No matter how weak or de
bilitated you arc you can positively
lie relieved and cured. There is a
marked improvement from the lirst
treatment, and the results are per
manent. Weak Lungs Cured.
Consumptives and weak lunged in
valids for many years were without
hope of recovery. Now science, with
its piercing eye, has discovered a
remedy as logical, as scientific anil
as common sense as it is certain.
Each Ireatment diminishes the
number of irritating germs, and the
results are truly marvelous.
Consultation free and confidential.
-M "Vm t: Ar
The announcement is made that ne
gotiations in progress for several
days culminated Sal unlay afternoon
in the sale of the St. .lames hotel by
Neipp & Spaliiintr to Horace Dirdsall
and C. 15. Miller, of Cciieseo, HI., The
new- proprietors will take possession
March 1, and further improvements
ami expansion of the hotel may be
looked for. with the possible coming
here of boh the new proprietors and
their families. While the considera
tion is not given out. it is under
stood that the hotel sold for a fancy
The warm weather is beginning to
have its effect on the river, which
up till now has been frozen sufficient
ly for passengers. About '2 p. in. Sat
urday two persons, a man and a wo
man, broke through the ice on this
side of the river, but both escaped
with no injuries except to their
A big tire on the old Ititruside farm,
11 miles from the city i n the l!Iue
(Irass road. Friday night, resulted in
the clearing of the buildings from the
part of tin- farm occupied by C. .T.
I'.arr. son of Israel Ilarr and son-in-law
of Mr. l'urnside. The old home
stead was not burned, the buildings
destroyed being the ones erected al
ter a division of the original farm.
They were insured in the Farmers"
An affliction lhat is as unusual as
it is sad visited the Sicms home sit
Dnrant Saturday in the dath of both
Mr. ami Mrs. Sicms. (laus Sicms
died Friday eveifing and Saturday
morning Mrs. Sicms expired. The
bii.-band was aged .M'ars. and his
wife was 77. l'.oth husband and
wife were born in lloNtein. (ierniany,
and came to this country and Diitiint
in Isso. where they have resided ever
since. Their illness has been short,
having begun only Tuesday. Mr.
Sicms was a member of the Schleswig
llolsten veterans of ls'.i-.-,n. They are
survived by four sons. Henry. William.
Edward and .lochim.
The Davenport IJieycle Dealers' as
sociation held a meetinir with a view
to arranging for the coming scavm.
A road race was discussed. The fol
lowing officers were elected: Presi
dent. A. X. Ilust: secretary. (Jeorge
Myers; treasurer..!. A. Zeman. At a
meetinc to be held soon at the call
of the president more deiinite ar
rangements and plans will be made.
News has reached this city of the
death of d. W. P.al! at San iDego.
Cal. Mr. Pall was a resilient of this
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
Hates as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage is so
licited. Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, X. J.
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co., - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co., - UocKford, 111.
Security Ins. Co., - Xcvv Jiaven, Conn.
Ins. Co." State of 111. - Rockford, 111.
Office, Room 3, Ruford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
SAWED IUTLDIXG STONE,
ASHLAR AND TRIMMINGS
Fur cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
titone does not wash or color
the wall with alkili, etc.
Plans bent us for estimates
will receive careful attention
and be returned promptly at
Quarries 12 milesfromRock
Island on the C, II. & Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors oft and on.
RKTliGE STONE, CORN CRIR
I5LOCKS AND FOUNDATION
STONE, ANY SIZE DESIKED.
Sample of stone and photos
of buildings can be seen at
Room No. 12, Mitchell &
Lj-nde's building. Address:
ARTHUR BURUALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, 111.
iui hi vi luMitu amnii
easily, be made well, tliong, magnetic, full
vnn ffi fwMttMl nf .i . . .
tlrat makes weak men strong. Many Rain
ten pounds in ten dara. Ottr & fl fl - ft n n
cored. All drucririts. Cure ruirmi.Mi nwv.
let and advice FREE Address STERLING
SLEMUDY CO, Chicago or New York. 437
city many years ago. He was for a
time a merchant here, and he con
ducted a farm in Rock Island county.
He left here, a considerable time ago
for the west, and has lived there ever
since, latterly in California. He was
SO years of age at the time, of his
death. He was born in Urovvnsv ille,
Fayette county. Pa. He came here
at quite an early day. His son, Noah
S. Rail, died here about two years
ago. He is survived by a daughter.
Mrs. Lucy A. Thornburg, of this city.
The funeral has been arranged for
San Diego, though it was known to be
Mr. Hall's wish some time ago that
his body be brought here for inter
ment. It is not known whether there is
any significance in being married on
Washington's birthday or not. but at
any rate the little god with the ar
rows and the blindfolded eyes must
have felt happy Saturday in the re
gion of his heart and Justice Alt
uiann's office. '1 he happy ones were
Itenjaiuiiv J. .lohnson and Marie Fri
berg. both of Low .ioor, la.; Fred
Douglas, of Cedar KaphN, and May
E. Meadowcraft. of Iowa City; and
Henry Strom and Marie I.ange, both
of Davenport. The performance of
the marriage ceremony is the only
thing that a justice can do legally on
Washington's birthday, but it was
not exact I v a dull day for Justice Alt-man.
They have a ghost down at the old
Seavarns elevator, now the property
of the Uothschild (irain company, in
the extreme western end of the city.
For a few weeks past the workmen
there have been hearing unaccount
able noises about the elevator; such
noises sis no machinery could make.
They have grown into the belief that
the place is habited by a spook. There
was a story Saturday to the effect
that a burly guard named "Hum" Me
Mahan was on watch there Friday
niglit. and that he caught the ghost
up in the upper part of the building
and brought him down to the ground
floor, but that soon after arriving
there the ghost picked up McMahau's
lantern, by the light of which hi' was
able to make his way about the place,
and commanding llie guard to follow
him. mounted upward to the upper
regions again, whence the guard was
unable to follow hiiu. The excite
ment in the neighborhood is stated
to be verging on something intense.
The death of Mis. Josephine l)e
Warf occurred at her home. tlS Fast
Twelfth street, at 7:::) o'clock Satur
day 'vi iiing at the age of .V! ye-irs.
Thi deceased was born in Austria.
I'lohcmia. and has lived in this city
some 25 years. She is survived by
her husband. Hart hohunew, five sons.
Frank, of "Indianapolis. John. Fred.
Joseph and Vincent at home, and one
daughter. Mary, at home.
Sergeant Vedder, of the local re
cruiting s t a t ion. ' sen t away live men
Saturday. Daniel K. Myers joins the
infantry and Jacob Sehenk and
Charles Hill will enter the Tenth
cavalry. These men go to the Presido
at San Francisco. William II. ISass
and John W. Temple go to Ft. Wood.
New- York city, to enter the 10th cav
alry. Frank Miller, who was recruit
ed Saturday, will remain here for gen
eral service at the recruiting station.
Resides these men who were enlisted
Saturday Sergeant Vedder has four
more who are ready to be enlisted as
soon as the recruiting officer reaches
here again on his circuit trip.
A number of Kock Island plasterers
came to Davcnwrt yesterday and or
ganized a union of the plasterers of
this city. The building trades of Dav
enport have in the past been very
poorly organized and the plasterers
have not attempted to get together.
The result is Ihcy have been
working nine hours for anywhere
from 20 to ::" cents an hour, while
tradesmen on the other side of the
river got 4." cents and eight hours. A
scale has been prepared and will be
presented to the bosses asking for
about the terms that prevail in Koek
Island. James Hughes was elected
president and C. L. Armstrong secre
tary of the new .union.
IJock Island arsenal leather work
ers to the number of about b() met
at (!. A. II. hall Saturday afternoon
and took action regarding their po
sition in relation to the situation on
the island. The leather workers an
nounced no stand either for or
against llie contentions of the ma
chinists union or for or against the
administration of Maj. HI nut.
Through their leaders they stated
they had gathered solely for the pur
pose of idea ring themselves of the
suspicion of having declared them
selves as being satisfied with the
present conditions at the shops and
as being against the movement of the
machinists, as represented by Mr.
I'.erry, the business agent of the Tri
City labor congress. The chief mat
ter to which the meeting took excep
tion was a resolution read at the
mass meeting nt llie rooms of the
I'usincss Men's association held last
Monday afternoon. This resolution
purported to be the sentiment of the
employes of the harness department
of the arsenal, and was signed by
Fred H. Schroeder. Ceorge D. Cillette,
C. (i. Wahlig. Walter Otto and J. I.
Shank as a committee. The leather
workers contended that this commit
tee was self-appointed, was not at all
representative, and had made no poll
of the harness department, and that
when the leather workers wished to
express themselves in relation to
working conditions and treatment at
the arsenal they would take the in
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hallgren. of
12U0 Fifth avenue, are sorely bereav
ed in the loss of their only daughter,
(iohlic L., who died after an S-days'
illness with scarlet fever. The little
one was 1 year' and 0 mouths of age.
Mr. Hallgren is the well-known Fif
teenth street shoe merchant. Reside
her parents the little one leaves four
At a meeting of the republican city
central committee it was voted to
hold the ward caucuses for the elec
tion of delegates to the republican
convention of March 4 next Friday
evening, Feb. S. A general caucus of
the delegates will be held next Satur
day evening, probably at the Art gal
lery. South Moliiie republicans will
hold their caucuses Saturday even
ing. March 1, part of them at the
school house on the Colona road and
the others in East Moline.
Fred Van Wonterghem. the Fif
teenth street saloonkeeper, has plans
for the erection this summer of an
extensive addition to the business in
terests of Fifteenth slrcet. Ilis in
tention is to occupy all the ground
owned by him from Mayor Wessel's
building to the corner of Sixth av
enue on the west, side if Fifteenth
with a 1 hree-st ory structure to cost
upwards of $::n.00. He has planned
to devote the third floor to a lodge
and society hall, the second to office
rooms anil the first to several store
rooms. (ieorge E. Holt has en elected a
delegate to the Sons of Veterans en
campment to be held at Hock Island
next May and with L. M. Magill. who
was elected at a former meeting. Mr.
Holt will represent Wellington Wood
camp of this city. Frank Ileynohls
and Frank Fries were elected as al
ternates. A committee was ;iNn ap
pointed to arrange for an entertain
ment now and then for the members
of the camp and their friends.
ElTcl E. (ion. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Kobert II. (one. of (".10 Fifth av
enue, is dead. The little one was born
in Muscatine one year and s, months
Ilciiben Alexander, a long time citi
zen of Moline. died at the residence
of his daughter Mrs. William Dudley.
212 Eighth avenue, at the age of ."ii
years. He leaves a wife and two
daughters. The daughters are Mrs.
Dudley and Mrs. Harding. I'.eside
these are several grandchildren.
Present intentions of the First Na
tional and People's Savings bank are
that they will move from their pres
ent location in the Hotel Summers
block to their new home in the Deere
building between Saturday and Mon
day a week hence. The new banking
house will be a model one in every
respect and the peer of any in the
tri-eities. The space reserved for the
banks and the lobby are both roomy
and well lighted, plenty of daylight
being admitted through an immense
skylight. The room is well ventilat
ed also. The First National bank will
occupy the west side of the room and
the People's Savings hank the esst
Mrs. Frank Everson and daughter,
of Kearney. Neb.. and Mrs. John
Peterson, of ia lesburg, are visiting
J. F. A. Ilunihpiist and family, of li::2
Eleventh avenue. They will remain
a w cck or longer.
The Mioses Knla Mitehcll ami Ada
I'ntrihins will entertain 1he Amateur
elub of Koek Islanil this cvcr.inir at
Miss Kntrikin's home. iM'-'t Thinl av
enue. Miss Knima Ainsworth ilieil very
suthleuly Sat nr. lay afternoon at 1
o'clock at the home of her sister. Mrs.
.lames 1'. Ainsworth. of heart disease,
with vvliieh she has sulVereil for some
vears. She hal lieen less well lliati
usual for three or four weeks, lint
was not confined to her lcl. anl
arose Saturday nioruiuir as usual for
her hreakfast. Miss Ainsworth was
horn in Willia nisi own, Vt.. and was
71 years of si ire last week. In No
vember. ls;i."). she came to Moline,
where Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Ainsworth
had settled a few months before, and
has since made her home with them
at 17- Fifth, avenue. She leaves two
sisters. Mrs. .1. I'. Ainsworth and Mrs.
Waterman, both of Moline.
Davenport and Moline hiyh schools
played basketball here Saturday
evening, the former winning by a
score of '.). to
City Chairman T. 1 Kosborouph. of
the people's party, has called a meet
ing of llie committee at M. .1. McF.n
iry's office for this evening and at
that time the. time for holding the
primaries for the citv election will be
set and also the time and place for
holding the city convention will be
The twin daughter of Mr. ami Mrs.
.1. 1'. r.icbinirer. of 1 !. Twelfth street,
died Sat unlay cv niii at 7::sil o'clock
after a short illness of whooping
couch, which was followed by pneu
monia. She was 15 months old and
her twin sister is as healthy as pos
sible. The interment will be at Mel
ville. 111., tomorrow afternoon.
Foley's Honey and Tar is best for
croup and whooping rough, rontains
no opiates, and cures quickly. Care
ful mothers keep it in the house. For
sale by all druggists.
A STUBBORN COLD OR
yields more readily to Scott's
Emulsion of cod-liver oil than
io anything that you can take;
and if persistently used a few
days, will break up the cold.
When you awake in the
night choked up and cough
ing hard, take a dose of the
Emulsion, and you will get
immediate relief, where no
cough medicine will give you
relief. It has a soothing and
healing effect upon the throat
md bronchial tubes.
Most people understand
Scott's Emulsion is a great
body builder but it is equally
good to allay inflammation
and cure colds and violent
Stn-l fir Free Sample.
SCOTT .'i KOWNi;, Cheaiists, 409 Pcirl St., N V.
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE.
CUICAG1. R ICK ISLAND
& Pacific Railway Tickets
can be purchased at City
Ticket office. 1H!3 Second ave
nue, or O , R. I. &. P. depot
corner Fifth avenue and Tiiir
Frank H. Plumner, agent.
I evst. I WIST.
uenver Limited & Omaha. .
Ft. Worth. Denver & K C
Omaha & Ies Moines
tOmaha & Minneapolis....
Omaba & Lincoln itx
Oes Moines & Otcaha
Denver, Lincoln & Umaha.
Des Moines Express
St. Paul & KUineapolls
Denver, Ft Worth & K. C.
tKaisasCitv. St Joe&Ienv
Kock IslHrd& Washington
Chlcaeo & Des Moii es
Rock Island i Brooklyn Ac
JOmaha : Rock Island
tChicatro & Davenport
t :4 ami -i.hb am
5:05 a(r.tl0:r5 pm
5:50 am b:)0 pm
t S:io am 11 "JO ra
12:05 air 3:("0 am
7:55 am II:'JI pm
11:55 pm !():: pm
2:10 amit 3:50 am
il2:i5 limit t:5J am
-J:-10 mi ! 15 pin
' 5:00 a-tl-lO Si pm
11:10 pm &."0 am
11-50 am1 3:J5 pm
t -J:i5 pm'; 3:-J pm
5:35 pm, 7:10 am
6:0 pmltl0:35 am
!; :"o pm
Arrival. tDeparture. tDally, except sun
day. JDuily. except Saturday. All others
daily. Telephone ioi'3 and 14 J 1.
BURLINGTON ROUTE C,
B. & Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second avenue and Twen
tie til street.
M. J. YOUNG,
at. Louis priiu.'Ueld
Peoria, Qulncv. iales
burs and sterling
Peoria. Beardsiown, Bur-
llncnon, Denver ana
St. Lou's. Kansas City
Denver and Paclllc
Coast via Uuieshun; ...
Sterling and points In
termediate Ea&t Moline (suburban) . .
St. 1. Denwer and west
Clinton and e-ubuque
Davenport and Clinton ..
7 5 pm
I Clintou, DubuTue, La
Crosse, fct Paul, Minn
and wet and N V
Dai'y. tDaily except Sunday.
ROCK ISLAND & PEORIA
Kail way. Depot First avenue
and Twentieth street. M. A.
Patterson, general passenger
agent Passenger trains leave
C K I. & P. (Moline avenue)
depot ten (10) minutes earlier
than time given.
K. L. Goff. Agent
LEAVE i ABKITE
Peoria, ipriDtleid. &t. L.,
Peoria, SpriuKtield. Indian
8:05 am1 10 20 pm
Ington. tit. Louis 1:45 pm
Peoria Express 7:35 ym
Peoria, Indianapolis, Uin-
Cable Accommodation 7:00 am
shrrard Accommodation 9:15 am
Cable & Sherrard Accom. 3:30 pm
Cable & Sherrard Accom.
Trans marKed are daily,
All otners eaiiy
J & St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. I. & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot ot Seventeenth
street. George W. Wi od,
agent The trains for liu
buque and points north run
via Illinois side o river.
Trains for Freeport atd Milwaukee will run
via Davenport, Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west
I LEAVE I ARK1VE
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-,
A ccominodation 1
Dubuoue and st Paul Pas-!
Milwaukee Express j
Freeport press :
4:00 pm! 9:15 pm
7:t0 am: 9.15 pm
4:20 xm ll:4n s.ig
All trains dally except Sunday.
Jac'.tsoa & Hurst Attorneyp.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island county. (
In the Circuit Court to Chancery.
The Home Building and Lo:in Ass jriation of
Marv Tune Murray and William H. Murray.
No. 4S61 Foreclosure.
Notice U hereby given that bv virtue of a
Dceree of said Court, entered in the above
entitled cause, on the Kth day of February
D , 1W02, 1 hal. on Saturday, the 22nd day of
March, A. D . li02, at the hour of Two o'clock
In the afternoon, at the East Door of the
Court House, in the City of ock Uand. in
the County of Kock Island, and State of lUi
noin aforesaid, to satisfy said Decree. m:1i at
Puuli j Vendue to the tighest bidder, for cat-n
in hand, that certain parcel of land situate in
the County of Rock Inland and State of Jili
nol, known and described as follows, to-wit:
The East Ninety (') feet of Lots No. One
(1) and Two (2) In Block No. Two (2) In Hoi
lv First Adoition to tbe Ci'-y of Moline.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this 21si day of
, February, A. D., l'.02.
Walter J. Fntbikin,
Master In Cuincery, Kock Island County. Illi
nois. .. .
Jackson & Hurst, Complainant a Sol citcri
Estate ot FeMx Walhelm, deceased.
Tne undersigned having Deen appoint'
executrix of the last will and testament f
FeUx Walheirn. late of the county of Rock
Island state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that she will appear before tbe county
court of Rock Island county, at tbe eounty
court room, in tbe city ot Rock Island, at
the March term, on the erst Monday In
March next, at which time all persona
having claims against said estate are notified
.mi rnnuested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons In
debted to said estate are repiested to' make
Immediate payment to the -ndersigned.
Dated this nth day of January A. D. i9C2.
JcsTittA Walheim,' Executrix.
M'CASKllIX & M'CASKIilN,
Attorneys at Law.
Iiock Island and Milan. Kock Is
land office in Dengs ton DIock. Milan
office on Main street. '
II. C. Connelly. C. D. Connelly.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys ut Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas
drug store, corner of Second avenue
and Seventeenth street.
JACKSON & IIUKST,
Attornej-s at Law.
Office in Rock Island National
W. L. Ludolph. Dobert It. Reynolds.
LUDOLIMI & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. 1705 Second
avenue, Iiuford block.
E. D. Sweeney. C. L. Walker.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office in Dengston block.
C. J. Searle. C. D. Marshall.
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Mitchell & Lynde block,
Rock Island, Illinois.
M'ENTRY & M'ENIRY,
Attornejs at Law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell & Lynde, hankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lvnde building.
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office room 12, Mitchell & Lynde
JOHN K. SCOTT,
C'rty 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, car, nose and throat. Office
hours 9:30 to 12 a. in., 1 to 4 p. m.
321 Sixteenth street, Rock Island.
jST. M. MOORE, M. D.
Ilours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to
4:00 and after 7:00 p. in.
Oculist and Aurist.
Entire attention given to ej-e, 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. 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. 219Vi Eighteenth street.
Opposite Union office. Telephone
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Dlock. Second Floor.
Office Ilours F. M. Drack, 10 to
12 a. m. 4 to 5:30 p. in. Geo. M.
Kerns, 2 to 4 p. m.
HENRY' UAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all
kinds. City store, 1807 Second avenue.
Rock island Roofing Company,
CHAS. n.VNSGEN, President.
Old roofs repaired, roof painting,
old style gravel roofing put on
by our mechanics.
Phone 1373. 221 Twentieth street
in the rear.
JOHN VOLK & CO..
Also Manufacturers of
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
' Dealers in
Single and Double Strength Window
tilass. Polished Tlate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
111-329 EIGHTEENTH! STREET,