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THE AEG US.
Published Dally and Weekly at 1634 Second
avenue. Bock Island, I1L Entered at tbe
ostofflce as Second-class matter.
BY THE J. W. POTTEU CO.
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. AUcommunlcatlonsof political or argnmenv
tatlre character, political r religious, must
hare real name attached for publication. No
such articles will be printed over fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town-
hip In Bock Island county.
Tuesday, May .
For Legislative Nomination.
At the solicitation ot many friends I here
by announce myself a candidate for the
Domination for minority representative
subject to the decision of the democratic
convention and Invite the support of those
who deem me worthy. W. R. MOORE.
The undersigned, a lite-long democrat, at
the request of many friends, wishes to an
nounce himself a candidate for minority
representative In the legislature, nubject to
the decision of tbe democratic convention,
and solicits the support ot all friends to se
cure said nomination.
O. F. M SAUSEV.
If Funstoii had done iiK much real
fifhtinr as he lias talking', it would
be a different proposition.
Secretary of the Xavv Moody has
sent his resignation as representative
from Massachusetts to the governor
of that state.
Speaker Sherman is a delegate to
Thursday's convention. Wonder what
he would say if the chairman of the
convention would treat him as he so
often treated members of the house
refuse him recognition.
The late.st rejMrts from the Philip
pines of hand to hand fights between
American troojs and natives, the es
cape of prisoners, etc., affords but
further proof that tht" war is over,
and the country absolutely pacified.
World-wide interest in the condi
tion of Holland's young- girl queen
causes much discussion as to who will
be chosen as her successor in the
event of her death. The irnnd Duke
f Saxe-Weimar is the logical heir to
.the throne, but there are grave objec
tions to his selection on the p:irt of
the Dutch people, win are afraid of
the Pan-tiermaii effect which his ac
cession might induce.
A" circular just issued by the gener
al land office, department of the in
terior, shows that there are still pub
lie lands subject to entry in the
states of Alabama. Arkansas, Califor
nia, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Illinois,
Indiana. Iowa. Kansas, Louisiana,
Michigan. Minnesota, Mississippi, Mis
souri. Montana, Nebraska. Nevada.
North Dakota. Ohio', Oregon, South
Dakota. L'tah. Washington, Wisconsin
and Wyoming, the territories of Ari
zona, New Mexico and Oklahoma and
the district of Alaska. In Ohio, In
diana and Illinois only a few isolated
tracts of public land remain. In all
the other states and in the territories
there are land districts with defined
boundaries, in each of which a land
office is established by law, where a
register and receiver are in attend
ance for the sale or other disposal of
the public land embraced therein.
Fifty of the crack shots of Kane
county are now enrolling their names
for one of the most extensive crow
hunts ever brought off in that sec
tion of the state. The hunt will be
held Sunday and Monthly. May 11 and
12. Saturday evening. May 10, two
captains will choose their hunters
from the list now being mailt-. The
drawing will be secret, and no hunter
will know on what sitle he has leen
drawn until after the hunt is over.
.Each hunter pays a fee of 50 cents;
which is refunded to each man of the
winning sitle, but the fees of the
losers will be appropriated toward
the expense of a banquet to le held
six days after the fight is over. The
hunters will bring in their heads af
ter the hunt, antl each hunter will he
lined up under his respective captain.
the captain whose men have brought
in the most heatls winning thtj con
test. Ilutcher birds will count as
three crows and hawks as five. The
captains are- James Morrison and
James Pepple, the referee will le
John II. Williams and the scorer C. K.
Middleton. The crows have greatly
diminished in Kane county as a result-
of the hunts begun two years
ago, and there has been a correspond
ing gain 'of .quail and prairie chick
ens. The black featheretl tribe not
only eats the eggs of the game birds,
but devours the chicks and 'destroys
newly planted corn.
The Situation as It is-.
On his return from the Philippines
Rear Admiral Uemey says "this coun
try could not withdraw from the
archipelago, as chaos would follow
such a. result." Rear Admiral Remey
seems not to understand the demo
cratic contention. The democrats do
not advocate withdrawal from the
Philippines at the present time. The
democratic plan is, as stated by the
Rockford Star, first to establish a
stable government; and second, to
give independence to the FilfpinoK,"uf
ter they have shown their fitness. Jot
self-government; m and third, to pro
tect them from outside interference.
The Philippines belong to the in
habitants thereof and we have no.
right to take their country away from
them. We should not Ktay there for
ever, as Senator ISeveridge declares in
our purimse. We should remain theie
in a tuitionary capacity, meanwhile
assuring the natives of their uJtimule
independence. We may talk abort
our "duty" and our "destiny," but our
plain duty is to encourage the Fili
pinos in their ambition to establisJt
a republic modeled after our own.
It is a cardinal American principle
that all jeopIe are created free ami
equal and, as Lincoln said, "no people
should govern another wifliout tliat
other's consent." That is the differ
ence between a republic and an em
pire. To hold the Philippines for
ever, to proclaim that they lilinll
never be free, is un-American. And
yet we are denying this to the pf-ople
of the Philippines.
Sich a lA'V Feller.
Congressman Jlenrv C. Smith, of
Michigan, occasionally brightens his
seeches with snatches of song. The
other day. in a brief seech. he said
the Cuban reciprocity bill reminded
him of the following:
Sich a li'l feller, en he sittin' up so
Say he like his daddy, but he got his
Angel tuk and drap him film a win
dow iu tie skies
l!y-bye, honey, twell de mawnin.
Sich a li'l feller, in the curinin'es er
Say he love his daddy, but his mam
my's what he knows!
Foim him in de springtime, and dey
tuk him for a rose
D-bye, honey, twell de mawnin.
Sich a li'l feller, en he talkin' like a
Hy-bye. by-bye. kiss yo li'l hau'!
Lots er li'l chillun in de sleepy lan
ly-bye. honey, twell de mawnin.
The song is printed iu the Congres
sional Itecord in connection with the
remarks of this particular Smith of
Michigan. The speech was followed
by this Mr. Smith, of Michigan, and
all the other Mr. Smiths, of Michi
gan in congress, and. in fact, by the
whole Smith family tii congress, in
cluding the democratic Smith from
Kentucky, voting for the Cuban reci
procity bill, including the "defferen
tial" on sugar.
Advertised Letter List No. 17.
List of letters uncalled for at the
postoffice at Uncle Island for
the week ending May 3. 10::
Henjamine, M. K.; IJurlingame., Arch;
Clarke. IJert; Davis, Mrs. Ada; Fuller,
Henry; Furst, Joseph; Follette, Will
iam; (ierman. (J. H. (2): ('off, Mrs.
Charles; Harper, Mrs. Julia; Jackson,
Annie (2); Jackson, Walter; Iangson.
Mrs. May; Martin. Noble; Martin.
Mrs. K. J.; Merrifield. Musetta. Miss;
Pullman, Jim; Pettinger, Mrs. Lizzie;
Roberts. William M.; St urn. Miss
Iena; Schultz. J. F. W.; Tannr. K.
K.: Ward, Miss Dot; Wilson, Rich
THOMAS H. THOMAS. P. M.
When calling for advertised letters
please give the number of the list.
THOMAS II. THOMAS, P. M.
Rock Island, 111.
A woman who has had experience
with this disease, tells how to pre
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from it. She says: "Our three chil
dren took whooping cough last sum
mer, our baby boy leing only three
mouths old, and owing to our giving
them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
they lost none of their plumpness
ami came out in much letter health
than other children whose parents
did not use this remedj-. Our tddest
little girl would call lustily for cough
syrup between whoops. Jessie Pink-
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ton, X. II. "I never, found anything
else that acted so safely and quick
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L. Wagner, wholesale druggist,
Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two montns; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. lhis cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. have also heard
of fine results from others who have
used it." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island. Gust
Schlegel & Son, 20 West Second
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"I have used De Witt's Little Early
Risers for constipation and torpid
liver and they are all right. I am
glad to indorse them " for I think
when we find a good thing we ought
to let others know it,". writes Alfred
Heinze, Quincy, I1L They never gripe
or distress. Sure, safe pills. AH
druggists. " ' '
The capitalist and the laborer are
.Virtually partners, but one or the other
13 often too shortsighted to understand
that this is so.
One of the most successful manufac
turing firms of thirty; years ago was
Stringbam & Bliss, now the String-ham-BIIss
company. Stringbam start
ed the business alone and for a long
while lost money steadily. There was
one man In his employ who continually
made trouble, Tom Lynch, a powerful
fellow of considerable influence in the
mills and always "spoiling for a light."
Lynch usually contrived to find out
when a line of work needed to be fin
ished by a given time or Strlngham be
stuck for u forfeit, and invariably
brought on trouble at the critical Junc
ture. Stringbam knew this and would
gjadly have got rid of Lynch, but wns
Afraid to discharge him for fear he
would revenge himself in some way.
Finally Striugbam's timidity and
Lynch's Interference led to the closing
of the mills.
One day a little blue eyed man who
had been one of Stringham's employees
went to him and told him that if he
would reopen the mills aud appoint
Lini (Murk Bliss) superintendent he
'would guarantee that all would go
peaceably thereafter. Stringbam told
him that he needed more capital, which
would be forthcoming In three months,
and that he would then consider his
request to be made superintendent.
Bliss had saved $50, which he spent
in taking lesons In boxing. The mills
were reopeytl. and he received his ap
pointment. A few weeks later he an
nounced that the men would bo eui
ployed and paid for overtime, ns a
largo contract had been secured which
must be completed with dispatch. As
he expected. Lynch at once began to
foment trouble. One morning Bliss
went into the foundry where Lynch
worked and saw that the men there.
Instead of being at work, were gath
ered about Lynch, who .was haranguing
"Lynch." said Bliss, purposely ad
dressing himself to tbe malcontent and
Ignoring the men, "why are you not at
"We're considering a strike." said
Lynch.- "These beggarly wages are not
to be endured any loDger."
"Go to work at once or leave the
"I'll go to work when I get ready.
and. ns for leaving the mill, we'll see if
any lit tic popinjay who was cno of ua.
but who has uow got up where he can
turn against us, is able to put me out.
Bliss, whose muscles a three mouths'
training had made hard as iron, was
meanwhile approaching Lynch, but his
manner was so quiet, the tone of his
voict60 devoid of threat or excitement
that Lynch supposed he was coming to
argue the point with him. Suddenly
the little superintendent darted be
tween two of tbe men who stood about
Lynch and. landing a blow under the
chin, sent the bully sprawling on the
Stand back, men!" eaid Bliss. "You.
John Walsh I've stood at the same
bench with you see fair play. You.
l'van Dugald you remember the trou
ble I got you out of when the sheriff
levied on your furniture. Stand back.
comrades. All I want Is fair play."
The two men addressed put them
selves before their fellow workmen.
nnd with one accord all formed a ring
around the two combatants. Lynch
jumped to his feet aud went for Bliss
like u mad bull, but tbe skull splitting
blow he aimed struck the air, for his
adversary ducked and. coming up be
side him. planted his fist on his- ear.
downing him. There were ten rounds,
during which science kept little Bliss
out of the way of the bully's terrific
blows, any one of which would have
knocked him out. Skill and tbe en
durance acquired in training at last
enabled him to tire out bis antagonist.
Then he began to close in for a finish.
After two or three lunges which were
only partially successful he made a
feint to the right, and thus, throwing
Lynch off his guard, concentrated all
the force he could muster into a blow
aimed to take the bully under the chin.
Lynch gave way backward and caught
it in his throat.- His Incline to the rear
made the fall so heavy that he failed
to get up.
"Now. men," said the v-Ictor, "there
lies the man who by tampering with
us caused the closing of these mills and
the suffering our families endured In
cousequence. All 1 require of you is to
go to work and retnember that Mr.
Stringbam Is "as necessary to you as
you are to him."
Tbe superintendent then directed
four of the men to carry Lynch to the
office, where be received every atten
tion and tbe next day went to work
peaceably, first assuring tbe superin
tendent that he would cause no further
trouble. From that day be was one of
the steadiest workmen in tbe plant and
a strong friend and admirer of Mark
The contract was fulfilled on time
and was a very profitable one. String
bam raised Bliss salary, and. finding
him so serviceable in keeping order in
the mills, realizing that be needed just
such a man permanently, took him into
partnership. Thus tbe one thing tbe
concern needed was supplied. String
bam was p fjne business man, but
timid. Bliss' bad no aptitude for busi
nessindeed jie left, It. pit to bis part
ner but he had' great' tact iH(,show-
ing the men their own Interests. na
no malcontent dared to urge unreason
able demands. Indeed Lynch became
the medium through which most of the
incipient outbreaks were arranged nnd
the men satisfied.
May X (J. Elmer P.Iakesley to
George E. Kllinwootl. tract in nv 2.
17, 2w, ?.!.-)().
Ceorge Kllinwootl to John M. Sie
brandt, tract in nw 2, 17, 2w, $1,400.
.. L. Mosenfelder to William II.
Moffitt. lot 25, block 2, Black Hawk
Fourth add.. Rock Island, $:SNl).
Louis Mosenfelder to 'James C. Mof
fitt, lot 1. block,?. Black Hawk Fourth
add., Kot-k Island. $525.
Matthew T. Johnson to Clark Cor
bin, m 'i, se'i. w Ve. ne'i. .". nei.
17. 2w, $4,000. :. - - . :
Eva L. Foote to t lark Corhin. se',
se'i. 23; "vVa. ne1,. and lie', ne'i,
:;. 17. 2w, $1. .
Amanda M. Gehoe to Julius F.
Gehoe, nndv. V interest lot .".'.). M. A.
l'otlman'M iitl.l.. Rock Island. $1.
Moline State Savings bank and Julia
Ida Carson to Boss W. Could, lots 10,
4. 5 and 11, block 2, Uossyln add..
South Moline, $-100.
James F. Murphy to Charles J. I,ar
kin. part outlot 22, sw4. ''C IS. 2v,
Peter Et.el to Maria Draehsler. lot
12. Briggs add.. South Bock Island.
Lars P. Nielsen to Edwin D.. Saxton.
tract in L. P. Nielsen's add., Moline,
Catherine 111 to James F. Murphy,
part otitlot 22. sw'-i. :ii. 1. 2v, $:i,.",oo.
F. II. MeArthur to M. T. Johnson.
si'1',, se'i. 25; w no1',, and ne'i.
.w. $:... o.
(ieorgii.na M. lle-k to Charles O.
(iustafson. w S feet lot 5, block 2, W.
II. Edwards add., Moline. $100.
C. II. ljc to L. F. Cralle, lot 0,
block 157, Eat Moline, jffiou.
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writes Champ Clark, Missouri's bril
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pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. For
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over twenty jeers, uml I ciin say that discer-ts
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a Sign of Blood Disease.
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The face that is blotched or covered
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but is dangerous.
Where such a condition exists there
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When such eruptions become worse
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pecially the stomach.
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Impurities of tho blood aro thus mort
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Publication Notice Chrtucery.
Sfte of Illinois. (M
itock island County.
In me '-i-ult Court. May term. A. D. 1902
Charl-s K'ieger vs K"ritz krieer. Carl Krle
per.l.fni i.bl. named In ha will of 'rederiek
rJx 8 Mrs (,. orft Uuii1. MitOalera Koi'p. natu
d In th will of FVedeiii'k R x as Mrs Kopp.
M-iria Uve, liHiced in the will ot FredencK
H'x as Mr V Doi-1. Hurrv M. Soilver. atl
aiitilsiraior de bonis nun or tho estate of t rcd
riok Klx dene rd Affidavit of non rei
d'nw of the said defendants, Lena L hi.
Mitvda'ena K.np. nnd M.iria hue impleaded
with the above defeuna-jts t-rltz Krieger.
Carl Krletff r ami Harry M Sihrtv-r. ud Tunis
trator de I o i s non of i he estate of Frederick
Rlx, deceased, hiving been !:Itd in -tiie
ciwk'g oalco of tbe circuit court of
ald county, notice is tterefore terel.y
Riven to to the said non-resident deterdants
that tbe comnlainant has filed his bill of com
plaint In said court aea'.r&t vu, on the e.nan
eery side thereof, cn tbe 5th day of April.
lt0U. and that thereupon a sunjinon
Issued out of said court, wherein said pult is
now pending. retumHbio cn ti-.o flrt, Monday
in tbe month f Mav nex , as is by law
required. Now, unless you, tho snld non-res-Idem
defendants above "-anied. Lena Dahl
named in the will cf Frederick Kix as Mis
Ueurpe Uani. Madalcna Kooo. niued in the
will of Frederick ttix us Mrs. Kopp and Marie
Dose, named iu the w ill of Fiea rick Fix as
Mrs. F. Dosl. shall person a.ly be and appear be
fore the f aid circuit court on the first day ol
the next term thereof, to be holueo at Hock
Island, in and for the said eounty. on tbe
tirsfc Monday in May next, and plead.
answer or demur to the said cotr.plainani. s
Dili of com pl- int. the sarr.e and -tbe matters
ana things therein cbarirea ana stated will
be taken as confessed, and a de ree cn-
Itered against you according to the prayer
(iBont:E W. Gambi.r. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Island, ill , April . IWK.
Siarle & Maksoalu Complainant's Solid
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Il'.lnols, I
Rock Islnd County l
in the circuit court, to tbe May term, A
Ol iC02 In Chancery.
Kdward Kurrll. Arthur nurrlll. William Bur
rlli, Nicholas liurrill, Amelia Lielsen'oth and
tliza Uroteput vs. Elizabeth liurrill. Mary
fcilz&beth Ye-(rer and Fred Veuxtr. guar
dian of Mary Elutabevb Yeacer.
Affidavit i-f non-residence of tbe said El'za-
fieth liurrill. impleaded itb the above De
fendant having been ntca la tie clem s
office of the circuit court cf said county,
notice is therefore hereby piven to tbe
said non resident defendants that tbe com
plainants tiled tieir bill of complaint in fcaid
court, on the chancery side thereof, cn tbe
fab day Of April, A- D l0- and that there
upon a summons Issued out of s.tid court
wherein said suit U now pending, returnable
on the Ufta day In the mouth of May
next, as Is by law required. Now. unlet-s
you, tbe said nn-reMduut defendants above
named, shall personally be and appear before
said circuit court on the first day ot tbe next
term thereof, to be boiden at Hok Island in
and for the said county, on the first Monday
!n May next, and plead answer, r demur
to tbe said complainants- bill of copUirt,
tbe same and tbe mat'era and th!ni;s therein
charged and stated will betaken an confessed,
and a decree entered against you, according
to tbe prayer of said bill.
CKOKi.K W. GAMBt.K, ClCrtt.
Rock Island. Illinois April. 5. U1'-J
McBif iht & Miunirt, Complainants' Solici
tors. Executrix's Notice.
Estate Of A. C. Knocke. decead
Tbe undersigned naving oeec appointed
exenutiix of tee last will and testament of
A. C. Knocke. late of tbe oounty of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that tbe will appear before
tbe county court of Kot!k Island county, at
the county court room, in the city of Hock Isl
and, at the Ju-e term on the first Mon
day In June next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend, fur the purpose
Of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to paid estate a-e re
quests'! to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 24th day of March. A D. l 2.
Coka C. Knocke, Execut ix.
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Office 1607 Second Ave.
OTer Speidels Drug Store,
of R al Kstate.
Vy vlrlue cf an cnlc and decree or the
County Court of UjcU Island Cuur.ty. Illinois.
ralc on petition of the undersign" (1, Jibn
Streckfus, guardian of Kd wurd J. ctreckfus.
.Charles J. Slreckfus, Ros U. Si rnckf i.s. Will
iam F Strecafus and l)uis M Strckfus.
miror heirs of Mict;iel StrecFfus. fleccaseo,
cr leave to tell ihe real estate of said minors,
at Ui: pril te'in, A. JJ. 1!VJ. of sid :r,urt.
io-wif on tte Uih day of Ap-il. HKi 1 .hl'. i n
i he Irtih day o' May next, between the h-urs
f ten o'clock in the forenoonaod four o'cloeli
in tbe afternocu of sail day. to wit: -2
o'clock p. m. of said dav. se'l at public sale, at
.he eat-t door of th- Court House in the city
f ICock Island In oaid County, the real e .tate
described as follows, t-wlt:
I he North Kast Qurt?r of the Nr ill Wes
Q lurter nnd the Norih Wtst Quitr-t-ri I" the
North East Quarterof, beeti-.- Num'-ei Tulrty
tbree (-3) and the West one ha'f of tbe Sou.h
Kast Quarier of St'ioa Nuiber Taenty
elvht C.'K). all in Towm-hip ivurjtT S ven'oen
IT' North ranee Number Fo. r Vt Wi st of
the 41 h l'r1ncipl Meridian, in Krck I lanfl
County. Illinois, on tha foilowinti torcii, to it:
rated this liih day of April . D liv'.
Guardian of tbe above named minor heiis of
Michael treckf us decai.ed
Skaki.k & MAiiMiM.i., Solicitors.
1'rtltlon to Sell IJeal Kstate to l'ny clts
is tate of Illinois, i
County of Rock Island. Is3
la the Circuit Court, June term, A. D. HOi
William It Carey. Acn inistrator of the es
tate of Frederick KiDk. deceased, vs. ticorKe
Nich'a- Klnn. I'eicr K'n, A Dnie MUler, Aug
ust Kink, Annie Cornelius John F. Scbultz
Sarah E Crawford. Fro le's Savinps Hank of
Moline. Illinois, and Feter Dellarr. Petition to
se l real estate.
To the above named defendants, Georpe
Nicholas Kink, I'eter Kink. Annie Miller,
Aueum Kink. Annie Cornelius and John F
Scbult: You ad ea'h of you are hereDy not
ified that n the IK.h day if februHry A U
iWi 7. te Third Llaptist hjreh. of Moline, Id
inols, a cor.oraiian was m ide a party defend
ant to tne aove entitled petition to sell rel
estate to pay debt ; a- d on the same clay filed
its petition in said cau-e makirt? each of you
parties and prajt K that it might be declared
tbeowner of lot seven (7) la bio jk ore (I) in
Wittick's ddition n Moli',: and ibit ths de
cree of sale entered in raid caue on the 14;h
day of October A. li. 1901, re set as de In so far
as it n-Ms said lot s-ven (.) 11 diock one i
in said Wittick's addition: and that a certain
deed troaa-enr-J Wti e to Theodor Andre w
and Mariraret Andrews beoring date Ma ch 2.
1895. and a certin deel lrm Tbei
dor Andrews and Marjrarft And. ews t" Fred
Kink, bearing date June 7. lSlfi. may be ml
as d and declared vcid s aeainst the said
Thtd Baptist Church of M.lin. Illinois
You are further notified tt at the matter will
be called ud for henrintr on the tirst day of tbe
Jurie term A. U. line of the said county court.
which will be 'n the tint Monday oc June A
u. lio, at wM.n time you ran pp.;ar and
take such steps as you may dcerr p oper.
Kn'ed this 17th day of April A. li. HK'J
The ThiiO llaptist "hurch of VTollne. tlllrois
11. li. Hubbard. County Clerk.
Estate of Gottlieb Heck, deceased.
The underpinned, hafne been arnjinted
executor of the last wilt and cttarnent of
Gottlieb Heck.. late of tbe Coun'yof Kock
Island. State of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives no. ice that ha will apt-ear before the
Co mty Court of Kock Island County, ' at the
Countr Court ranm. In the city of Kock Is
land, at tbe June term, on the tir..t Mor day in
June ne t at which time a.t persons Having
claims against said estate are notllied cn-l r -
quested to at eao tor the purpose of having
tne same adjuswd All persons indented to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated Ibis 17th day of April A- D. 19C2.
John BkCK, .
a Wall Paper Store. That
wants ana cater to vour taste
n n . 1 nAlftrlmrc . . ! i n i 1 1
Best Gold Papers
With, exquisitely blended
borders made to sell sit
2oc. Oar sale price only
10 Cents sr. Roll
Iloek, Wand, 111.
Minnie Schindler, Mgr.
a tate of Illinois I
dock Island County.
'n the Circuit Court at the May term. A
13., 1902 Bill to quiet Title.
Lepoli Mraon tnd Ira H Bulfum Corop lain
nts vs. Presiaent, directors and company of
te State Bank of Illinois, Amanda S Smith,
Fra lk S Smith. y W, Us Smith, Alt Smith,
vjltc "mi b. Lucy Wells Allen. Charles A.
AUen.Mayl- Koberison. James S. Robert
son. Clara t&. Ken worth v. John T. Ktnwortby,
Hannah VVe Kihe unknown bclrs a.d tbe un
known dtvlseesof Kinnah Wells deceased, tbe
unknown h-l:s and the unknown devisees of
NapjleonB Buford. deceased, the unknown
btirtaatl iha unkaowa devisees of Sarah A.
rluford decest-d. Isaac I-.lchsrdson. Maggie
KichrsoD, Benjiinij F. Fonnta'ne. Lt. M.
Fountaiae. Chrles K Bennett, tbe unknown
hr-irs and the unknown devisees of Charles K.
It nnett deceased, Joon A olark, the uakn vn
heirs and tbe unUno.vn devisees of John A.Clark
d c;:ised the unknown owners of the north
east frtciinnal qutrter ('4) of nectlon twenty
eight (iM) in towhip seventeen (17) nortu
range three (3) west of tno fourth (1 p m
Also the east twenty-four and thirty on-hur.-dredih-t
(24.:W) acres of tbe northwest fract
I alqu-ir-er of said s'icti .n twenty-fight
(iH) in be list laen'hnen township and range.
Alo 1 h so Jth th'rty (30) acres of ihe north
west quarter ('4) of the southwest quarter! '4
if sec. ion tweuly-cloe t.2i)) townsMp peven
fen (17) range three (3) west' of the four b
VI ) p in. Ail in the county of Rock Islacd, iu
ihe Ktateof Illinois William H. s-tms, the u .
known b msor devisees t f William H. Sams.de-
To the non-reslflent "Be'endants - and
tbe unknown defendants in the abve en
titl'd cause, the president, aimciors and
company of the Ua e Hank of Illinois Amanda
a. Sail it. Frame S Smith. toy We is Smu.n,
Alta tmith, Olg Smith. Mary L. KoDtuod,
larres S. Kobertson, Hannah Wells, ihe un
known heir and the unkuown tUvs sil
Hi itiiih Wel s deceased, the unknown h-i-s
and the uokaown devi.'ees of Napolea 1'..
ltnf.xft .l-tfAvfd tliR unkiiiwn heirs ard the
' iitilc.'in wn rinriftea at ?arh A. Buford U'-
'Vt-asra. t h-4r.es K Bnnett. tte ucknovrn neirj
an'l the unknown devisees of Charles 1C ltei.
nett occe-ised. John A. Clark, thy unknown
heirs nd the unknown devisees 01 Jol.11
A. Clirk deceased, the unknown own rs
of th northeast fractional quarter (l)
of section teLty-eight (-) ia townsliiu
setcnteen (17 north range three (.))
west of th3 f urth 4) p m. Also tb-j
east twenty-four at d iliiny one-hundred-tbs
(21.S0 acr"s of the northwest fractions!
quarter H) of s-ld seotton twenty-eight (Js,
ins. in last mentioned town hip and targe,
slso the south thirty :)) acres of the north
west quarter 0) of ihesuthesl quarter
(i) of section twen'y nine (JS) t.nsl.'
seventeen (!' range three (3) west of f utu
(lib) p.m. Ail in the county of Kock Island
in thi state of Illinois t iliiam H. Sms, the
unknown heirs or devisees of William tL
The necessary atlidavlt having been filetl in
the orn -e or tiie Cle k of said court, notice H
hereby given to you ard each of you that tii
above n"m-d cotcp'alnants h-ve tiled in raid
court their bill or lompiaint against you
on th chancery side of said coan,
that a summi m in chancery has been issued In
said cause against you returnable to the next
term of sa d Court, to be begun aud held in
the cliy of Kock Is'aad in the sa'd county on
Ihe first Monday la May, A D. 1U02. at whion
time and p ace you will appearand plead, an
8 - er or demui to sa d t iil of complaint, if you
Dated at Rock Is'and. Ill A pril 4. 1902.
HK.JM1.K Uamiili, Clerk.
Swcisct & Walkih, complainants' Solici
tors Not lee.
To all pr3oas whom it may concern:
Njlicc Is hereby given, that the undersigned,
BU-sin,M. I.eQiitlte. guatoian of JoliF. 1
Quatte and Hi ram H LA',)i.itie minors, will
make application to the Circuit Court of Kock
Island oouotv. at. a regular terra thereof, to
be held at U13 Court House in tbe Citvof
Kock Island, In said County, on the first Mon
day of May A L. iv: being the fifth day
thereor, for an order and decree of said Court,
directing her as su.ld guardian, to sell tbe fol
lowing r.al estate belonging so said minors,
or fo much ' hereof as sn-.ul seem to saiil Coir .
to the interest of said minors, situated in the
County of Kock Island and State of Illinois,
The undivided two-thirtieths (J-30) parlor
tbe following d8c ioed tracts it parcels of
land muatnl in the County of Kock iblacil ai.d
State of Illinois, to-wli:
Ihe East Sixty (rt0 acres of the North Kast
Qitirter Ci) of Secti n Seven (7 in Townsh'p
sixteen lri North f Range Five (.i) West of
the Fourih Priccipil Meridin.
The South rut.Ki tiarterC) of th! Sou li
East Quarter (4) of Section high. t iu
Tow-ship Shtteen (M) North of Kauge Firo
(S) Wettf tbe Fourth .-loh) Principal Merid
ian The South West jarter CO- and the Wtst
Twenty-'our (24) acres of the sou h West
Quarter of the South liast y jarter of Section
Nine t! in -township Sixteen (IH) North of
Kdue Fle (5) West of the Fourth (Itb) l'rin
Liot me (I) in Ihe Wet haif of the South
Fast Q arter (less Five (S acie in the Nrtri
Kvst Cottier) and Lot 1 wo (it in the W st
half of the South Kast Quarter of Section
Three O) in Township Siteen (l) vorihif
Range Fie (S West of the 4th Principal
All thit part of the Nor;h half of the South
Kast ti jarter that ilo-t ourh and Kast of Die
lougn: tbe South Kst Quaiter of the Mouth
Kist Q-nrtcr (e.ceit ten (If) acres In the
fnorth West corner thereof). nJ tho Kast
halfof the South est Quart er of 1 he Soutn
r.ast (Quarter. 11 of Section tne I) in Town
ship si t tec n (If. North of Ka-geSix H) Wcsi
of the Fourth (Ith) I'.i'icin! Meriaian
IbeKasthalf o: Sectlou Twelve (12) 'he
South Kast Quarter of tbe North Wes. Quar
ter of section Twelve (12): the Norm rast
Quarter of the Souih Wo t Q tarter of be-;-tlin
Twelve (12) and th-? Kst third of the
North Kast Q tarter of tbe No lb West Quar
ter cf Section Twelve (12). all in Township
Sixteen (.r) North of Range Six (s) V.'uul
til 4th Principal Meridian.
Lot "I bree i.l) Kast of Lot Two (2). and T,ot
Five (?). ( -n the Kas; ten (1C acres) of the
Westlnf of Kracilonal tsou'li WestQn.ru:r
of Section Tbl-iv-'-wo (3.') in TownshioSet
enteen (17) North of Kangfi F ve (ft) Wsif
the Fourih (Itb) Priicipil Meridian.
For tne upprri and education of sad
miho a. aud f jr th purpose of lnv-s'Irg such
of the procec-its of said sale as shall not be i'fi
muliatrly requlslie for said sapport and edu
cation In other real estate, or of other wt.e
investing the same.
Dated April I2th A. D.1)2.
Susan M. Lb QuA-rrte
Guardian of said Minors.