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THE AltGUS, FRIDAY; MAY" 9, 1902.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1624 Second
Ivenue, Rock Island, 111. (Entered at the
ot office aa Second-class matter.
BY THE J. W. POTTER CO.
TERMS Daily, 10 cents per week. Weekly,
11.00 per year in advance.
Allcommunlcatlonsof polltlcalor argumen
tative character, political r religious, must
have real name attached for publication. No
such articles will be printed over fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town-
hip tn Rock Island county.
Friday, May u.
For Leclalatlve Nomination.
At the solicitation ot many friends I here
by announce myself a candidate for the
nomination 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, subject to
the decision of the democratic convention,
and solicits the support ot all friends to se
cure said nomination.
U. K. M NABMEY.
American beef at 21 cents a pound
in New York and 14 cents a pound in
London is "food for thoug-ht.
As the Chicago Journal pathetically
remarks, there is no denying the fact
that Hilly Lorimer is generally there
with the ifoods until election da v.
Andrew Carnegie has given away
within the last few years the um
of $07,000,000. Of this amount the
United States has received $jj,Mil,C7;i;
Canada $s76,jOO; Culm $-'j2.00(); Ire
land. $0..OOO: Engiand $420,000; Scot
UegaruU'ss of how distressing- may
le the ordeal the republicans must
accept Yates as dictator or nothing'.
And they must acknowledge alleg
iance to his efficient lieutenants.
Congressman Billy Lorimer and Con
gressman Alfred J. Hopkins.
President IJoosevelt is to attend the
commencement at Harvard this year.
The president has many engagements
for the current month, including one
at the dedication of the Ohio building
of the new Methodist university on
the 14th and one in Carnegie hall in
.New York on the 20th at a meeting1
of the Presbyterian board of foreign
Admiral Schley's statement regarding-
the death of Admiral Sampson:
"1 regret very much the death of Ad
miral Sampson, and I sympathize with
his family. No one has ever heard
me utter one unkind word about him.
On account of his death 1 have re
quested my friends in Baltimore to
xstpone the delivery to me. which
was intended to have taken place to
night, of the Cristobal Colon service
of silver, and they have acceded to
Several republicans in this congress
will drop out after next session.
Keeves, of Illinois, has already an
nounced that he will not be a candi
date. E. F. Acheson, of Pennsylvania,
noes not . ex)ect to lx renominated.
Page Morris, of Minnesota, has pull
ed out, Alexander, of New York, will
not go back, anil Lawrence of Mass
achusetts will retire. And there are
others who may le nominated that
mav likewise be left off the roll.
If the I-acey leasing bill is passed
by congress I-.j.OOO farmers may lease
farms from the government 3.200
acres in each at a cost of less than
$200 a. year. The passage of this
measure would be a fulfillment of the
late J. Sterling- Morton's phophecy
that "the range country of the west
would be peopled by the small farm
ers." A 3."oo acre 'farm is a large
farm in the east, but in the west is
small in comparison with the big
ranches of from 50,000 to 3,000.000
A Machine Ridden Party.
The movement within the republi
can party of Illinois to rid itself of
machine control failed dismally at
Springfield yesterday. The state com
bine headed by Yates. lorimer anil
Hopkins won out with ease, and one
of the most important conventions in
the history of Illinois adjourned
amid hisses and cries of vengeance
against the Yates-Loritner-Hopkins
machine and many of the delegates
were in open revolt against the party
and the course that had been pursued.
Speaker Sherman, who had led the
opposition, ha been taught by Lieut.
Gov. Northcott, as the permanent
chairman of the convention and a
master of the art parliamentary, how
it is to be of the minority, however
just, and the convention in fact broke
up with feelings of intense factional
bitterness everywhere apparent.
Yates. Lorimer and Hopkins were, by
the dominant element hailing- largely
from Cook county, proclaimed the
heroes of the clay, and the represent
atives of the party from all over the
state were compelled to acknowledge
the supremacy of the machine all
The convention not only laid down
the law for the party in the state iu
the approaching- campaign, but pre
scribed the course for the next legis
lature to follow by practically nominating-
Congressman Hopkins for the
L'nited States senate to succeed Sen
ator Mas6n, and leaving to the legis
lature, if it be republican, but to g-o
through the formalities.
Working the Colonies.
The proposition in the Philippine
government bill to continue the ex
port duty of $7.50 per ton on hemp as
to all nations except ourselves Is ut
terly indefensible. It is the old idea
of "working" a colony for the benefit,
of the home country, and one which
has broken down in every instance
when measured against the "open
door" practice which England has
uniformly followed with 'all her col
onies for generations. If there Were
a word of excuse to be urged for the
practice, if the examples of Spain,
Portugal. France and all the other
and older colonizing- nations except
Kugland were not uniformly against
it, one could see some use in discuss
ing" it or attempting- it now.
The experience of all teaches that
it is commercially a mistake to say
nothing of the fact that the principle
from which it proceeds is morally
Oil in Illinois.
It is held out by many that there
are etroleum deposits in various lo
calities in Illinois. The Bloomington
Bulletin declares that a local gentle
man, who is prominent in the oil in
vestments which have recently been
made in Kansas, says that he believes
that if wells of sufficient depth were
drilled in this part of the state; oil
would be discovered. He bases his
claim on the fact that wherever wells
have been sunk to any depth gas hits
been struck in a plentiful supply. He
stated to a reporter that if a well
were taken down 2.000 feet that there
would certainly be something of value
found. The deepest well which has
ever been drilled is said to le the well
in the coal mine at Bloomington,
drilled to find another vein of coal.
This is several feet less than the
thousand-foot mark. The property
about the "Y." the Bulletin says, is
suggested as the most promising
place. to bore, as the land in that vi
cinity is flat and looks like the land
where the good wells in Kansas were
May 6. Henry T. Siemon to Ferdi
nand Xachbaur, lot 1, V. E. Bailey's
Second add.. Bock Island. $525.
E. H. Guyer to John T. Miles, n 41
feet of s 2S feet of e 141 feet, out
lot 2, Byder & Head's1, add., Moline,
E. H. Sleig-ht to Andrew Matson,
lot U and eVl. lot 4. blin k 11. Pitt. Gil
bert & Pitts Second add., Moline, $4.-
Arthur Sperbcck to Nels B. Beck-
strom. n 3.1 feet lot IS, Sweeney &
Jackson's First add.. Moline, $1.:;00.
John Tindall. by executors, to Al
bert F. Tindall et 'al. e'2, nwy,, 2'., 17.
May C. Mary J. Gessman to Louis
A. Schmidt, part lot 4. block 17. Spen
cer & Case's add.. Bock Island, $1,400.
E. F. Greenwood to B. S. Silvis, se
uw"4. X, 17, le. $425.
7. l'nited States to Lewis Huff,
sw'4, 7. 10. 5w.
Ann II. Adams et al to B. F. Peek.
sw4, is, is, le; nwVi; 19; part sw4,
19; ne. 24. IS. lw; se se4, 24, IS,
May 8. Ninth Street Meahodist
church of Bock Island to German
Evangelical Friedens church, lot 7,
block 43, Chicago or Lower add.. Bock
John C. Wright to A. L. Stetson,
e'a. lot 1. block "I." Moline Water
Power company' add.. Moline, $4,000.
Elizabeth E. Cleland to Bock Island
& Peoria Bailroad company, lot 12,
block 1, Hake's add., Milan. $tt0.
Bock Island Mutual Building, Loan
Saving's association to Isabella
Brandle, lot 3, block 2. Briggs add..
South Bock Island, $400.
John L. Palmer to Joseph McLaugh
lin, w 293 acres sw-, seVi, 35, 17, 2w,
Holds I'p a CoDrrrHmio.
At the end of the campaign,"
writes Champ Clark, Missouri's bril
liant congressman, "from overwork,
nervous tension, loss of sleep and
constant speaking- I had about utter
ly collapsed. It seemed that all the
organs in my body were out of order,
but three bottles of Electric Bitters
made me. all right. It's the best all
around medicine ever sold over. a
ilrnggist's counter." Over-worked,
run-down men and weak, sickly wo
men gain splendid health' and vitality
from Electric Bitters. Try them.
Only 50c. Guaranteed by Hartz &
Don't Start Wrong.
Don't start the summer with a lin
gering cough or cold. We all know
what a "summer cold" is. It's the
hardest kind to cure. Often it
"hangs on" through the entire sea
son. Take it in hand right now. A
few doses of One Minute Cough Cure
will set you right. Sure cure for
coughs, colds, croup, grip, bronchitis,
all throat and lung troubles. Ab
solutely safe. Acts at once. Chil
dren like it. "One Minute Cough
Cure is the best cough medicine I
erer used," says J. II. Bowles, Grove
ton, X. II. "I never found anything
else .that acted so safely and quick
ly." All druggists.
Dow Are Tar KMacs-s t
Ttr Hobtw Bpsrwrus PU! core all H1 oev ills. Parn
ate free. Add. birliA asmedy CoClucco or M. Y.
MY SELF CON
VTc had had a cold, stormy passage
from Southampton, but the morning we
sailed up New York bay was warm and
light and, beautiful. I had been abroad
studying and was coming home to set
tle down to my profession. When the
steamer was docked. I stood near the
ship's end of the gangway waiting for
a chance to get ashore. In one hand 1
held a suit case. In the other a bundle
of strapped ruga. On the dock I noticed
one of the ship's officers standing be
side a young iady very prettily and
tastefully dressed. He was pointing
my way. I thought nothing of the in
cident, though I was especially struck
with the appearance of the young lady.
As soon as the crowd thinned I started
to go ashore. At the foot of the gang
plank I was astonished to feel two
feminine arms thrown about my nock
and a shower of kisses rained upon my
face by the young lady 1 had noticed
"Olu Will." she said. "I'm so glad
you've come! We've been watching for
the steamer ever since yesterday after
noon "Il-how did you recognize me?"
"One of the ship's officers pointed you
out. I asked him if he would let me
know when you came ashore."
"W-w-who did be say I was?"
"Why. William Brown, of course."
She looked at me in semisurprise, then,
drawing slightly away and scanning
mo critically. "Aren't you?"
"Of course I am. And you?"
"Alice Brown, your 6ister. Who elso
should 1 be?"
"Nobody else. How did you know I
"By your letters. What makes you
apt so funny?"
"I 1 haven't been well."
"You bad loy! You said nothing in
your letters about havlDg been ill. Why
didn't jou let me know?"
"I mean seasick."
"Oh. that's nothlngr
Meanwhile we were moving along
the dock and reached a carriage before
which the girl stopped.
"Put your baggage on the front scat,"
I stood irresolute. It was evident
that the young lady had made a mis
take. So far 1 had not been culpable,
but If 1 continued to leave her unin
formed I would deserve to be keel
hauled. Besides at the end of the drive
somebody would be likely to recognize
me as being the wrong William Brown.
Nevertheless she was so pretty, so af
fectionate, so rejoiced to see me after
my long absence, that I could not bear
to break the spell. And when she dis
covered that she had been kissing a
strauge man it might break her heart.
I got into the carriage.
It was a long enough drive up town,
but It seemed very short to me. 1
found It difficult to keep up appear
ances and only succeeded iu doing so
by excusing myself for my lack of
memory and my blunders by the great
length of my absence. I discovered in
the course of the conversation that I
had been abroad ever since I was four
teen years old. that our mother was not
living and our father had married
again, we being the only children by
his first marriage.
"Ah. here we are!" she 6aid as we
turned a corner. "We'il be at home in
a few minutes."
I shuddered. "Alice," I said, "let us
drive iu Central park before going
home. There Is something I want to
She took fright at once. "Anything
nnplensant? Have you got Into any
"No; I've had a very pleasant epi
sode." "Oh. Will, you're engaged! I know
you are. And I was so in hope that
you and I would be together."
"I am not engaged."
We were in the plaza. 1 called to the
coachman and told him to take us for a
drive in the park, and in a few mo
ments we were bowling along over
the smooth roads of this fairyland,
with its wooded lawns, its terraces, its
grass grown rocks, its lakes, all gleam
ing in the sun of a bright summer
"Now. Will." said my self constituted
sister eagerly, "what is it?"
I had passed numberless pitfalls in
my time, but they were nothing in com
parison with the present situation.
".Suppose," 1 said, "a young man
meets a young lady who at their tirst
meeting wins bis heart by her intto
cenee, her beauty, her gentleness, her
"I knew It! You're In love!"
"Suppose that this girl mistook the
tnan for someone she bad long 4i now n
a father; no. not a father a brother.
He, charmed with her sisterly affec
tion, having no real sister, permits her
to continue in her mistake. What pun
ishment should he receive?"
"Why didn't you tell her at once?"
"I couldn't lear to break the spell."
"Who Is she?"
"You. You have made a mistake. I
am Will Brown, but not your Will
We drove to her home in silence, and
on reaching it she alighted before I
could arrest her and ran without a
word of adieu to me Into the house.
She rushed Into the arms of a young
man. the rigbt William Brown, and I
drove away as he was smothering her
I found a mutual friend who pleaded
my cause with Alice Brown, and at last
I secured permission to call upon her.
Since her brother had returned with a
love'story " similar to' life one she had
expected me to tell I devoted myself to
consoling her for their separation. I
have been consoling her ever since.
FANCIES IN FANS.
Be they floral or feathers, lace or
111 the art nouveau style, there are
charms unending among the folds of
the new fans that are now being
first .f all unwrapHd for the gaze
of deliirht ii purchasers.
The plain sticks of the frame
radiating to one point ate no longer
the mode, or if they are, are care
fully concealed from view. When the
fan is opened, at the lower part ap
pears what looks like a plate of the
palest tortoiseshell or iridescent
mother-of-pearl exquisitely sculptur
ed and lit up with line touches of
gold. Further it is not limited by
the ordinary arch, but according to
its design creeps up as it will, en
croaching on the space once sacred
to the silk or lace. Occasionally the
design for the beautiful mount is an
open lacelike one. Here glimpses of
the sticks can often be had. but
these latter are ornamental as well
as useful, and take their part in the
general decoration. Although what
may be termed the sculptural mount
looks so solid, yet it folds up as easily
as does the fan itself that exhibits
some beautiful painting when out
Both large and small fans are fo be
countenanced afresh in the. world of
fashion where Mint 1 1 ones have reign
ed victoriously supreme. The really
new form is almost heart-shaped, so
much longer are its center sticks
than those on either side. And were
its beauty not so enthralling it would
be almost fantastic, for on a founda
tion of plain silk are flowers of ap
plique lace, with-the head . of some
beautiful girl. .exquisitely painted on
vellum, peeping out from between the
petals of the blooms.
One of these is to figure among the
wedding presents of a June brido
whose engagement has just bc-.-n an
nounced. The mount, is to be of
sculptured mother-of-pearl. and
where the iris of lace climbs over the
pnle blue silk will appear the faces
of her six bridesmaids. For brides
maids, too. was first designed the
bouquet fan, a delightful looking
trifle that hangs from the wrist like
a glorious flower. When opened it
reveal a simple fan of silk with an
edging of silken poppies, violets, lilics-of-
the-valley. or other favorite blos
soms. Fans of rich anil rare lace that nee.i
no further adornment, others with
their designs enhanced by a clever
distribution of paillettes, fans of silk
with medallions of lace, hand-painted
scenes of olden times, fans all a won
derful combination of timid gau.es.
which with irlisienil.g sequins'" will
fashion some famous design of the
periods ot Louis XVI or t he empire,
are all on the first rung of promi
nence. Yet from these stand out
the more curious sjn-eial! ies. such a:
tl:e fun "fantaisie," which has' the
life-size head of a favorite toy ter
rier or kitten painted upon it. This
is the idea of a well Known artist, and
fashionable woiiimi are going to
learn very quickly to love to haw
the portraits of their pets presented
to them in this form. New York
She's a radient. witching, wondrous
gem, that beautiful, blushing wife of
mine. She is an angel on earth, so
you can be. only take Bocky Moun
tain Ten. T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
No matter what may be
tho name - or tho cause, if
you are subject to headache
in any form, you aro natu
rally more interested in
knowing how to prevent and
cure it. The next time your
head aches get a box of
They do cure headache
and pain in all forms.
Sold by all drojgUts. Trice 25c.
"For nervous and sick headache v?c
con.siucj 171. aiiiti i am 1 his me nt.i 1
remedy that we have ever tried. Mr.--, j
II ami an has found the most revere
attacks yield immediately to tlie r cura
tive influence." Rev. T. 1 1. 1 1 arm.:;,
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Clkhzrt, Ind.
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A Disease That Is The
Terror Of Our Times.
Vino! Can Prevent
Consumption is not hereditary. Th
best physicians today tell us so.
A predisposition to tho trouble, how
ever, is to be feared. If any of you have
had ancestors -who suffered from this
awful disease or died from it, then you
should tako particular care.
Your system is such that under favor
able circumstances the disease germ is
likely to lind a resting place, tako root,
flourish, develop and end as all consump
tive cases must end eventually in death.
The person susceptible to this disease is
like ground, favorahlo for the cultivation
of certain seeds, the seed enco placed on
uch ground thrives and Nourishes.
If you wi'.l only come in and let us
talk with you, we can tell you bettor in
a few minutes personal conversation ail
that Vinol can do to cure coughs and pro
vent consumption than vecan describe to
you in pages of type. Dut. brieliy we
will stato for the benefit of our many
friends that we know that Vinol invigor
ates the stomach, enriches the blood,
creates flesh and gives to the taker
strength, and thus throws off disease.
This is done because it contains those
valuable medicinal ingredients in a high
ly concentrated state that made Cod T.iver
Oil famous. The advantage, of Vinol
over the old forms of Cod Liver Oil lies
in the fact that the medicinal elements
are contained in a much more powerful
state, and the disagreeabltt and obnoxious
grease that was such a drawback to Cod
Liver Oil is entirely eliminated. The
following letter t.n this subject may in
'After using Vinol in my family for
about six months, I deem it my duty to
say something in its behalf. My wife
had a cough last winter and I thought
she would go into consumption bur- I
got two bottles of Vinol for her which
cured the cough and helped her in many
other ways, ince taking it she has not
even bad a cold." A. J. Stl'ap.t, Alex
andria City, Ala.
Remember we guarantee that Vinol
will always do all we claim for it and al
ways stand ready to refund the cost of the
medicine to anyone who is cot satlsUci
Uiat what we claim Is true.
Harper House Pharmacy.
Sunday, May II.
Enirasrcnu'iit of America's (Jreat
In a dramatic version of I'aul Lei
cester Ford's widely-read revolu
UY THE AUTHOR, ajul KDWAHIl KOSK
Great stupe pictures of colonial war
times I10111 Lexington to Vorktowu. i
The Karmyanl at tircenwood.
The tirst UU ot the revolution. .
The living room at I'.reenwooil.
The Continental army in winter quar
ters. Hrilish heailq-iarteTs at Trenton.
Washington has crossed the Dele ware:
Cornwalli.s has surrendered and all's
A large and distinguished company.
Prices- 25c. ?.0c. 75c. 1 and tl.bO.
Seat sale opens Thursday at Lloyd's.
OlRtCTION CHAMBER LIN. KINDT A COMPANY.
Tuesday, May 13
The Season's Musical Success
Frank L. Perley's
SUCCESSOR TO AI.ICK NE1LSEX OPERA
COM PAX Y
In a beautiful production ot the met- "
ry operatic comedy
Llook by Frederic ttanken.
Music by Isidore Witniark.
Ijuigliinc Melmtin Sn rerun Tlmt Will 1h
the Tlk of the Town.
Superb cotnpanv of 70 Including Har
ry Conor. Walter Jones. Jos. C. Miron.
Kdd Kcilway, Geo. K. Henerv, Albert
Karrington. Kva Tancuay. Trixie
FrtRao.a. Nellie Follis. Mae Stebbins,
May Uoley, Winifred Florence.
Highest salaried cast of lyric artists in
America, and a beauty thorus that
has been the talk of eastern club
dom, all under the stage di-
rcctlon ot t;eo. W. Lederer.
PrlcCH ROe, 75c. 1 1 and J1.50.
Seat sale opens Friday al Lloyd's.
J. M. BUF0RD
The old Fire and
Kates as low ns tny
can afford. Your
patronage is so
licited. Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co., - Kewark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., - - CLicapo, 111.
Union Ins. Co., - Philadelphia, Ta.
Rockfnrd Ins. Co., - Itockford, 111.
Security Ins. Co., - New Jiaven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111. - Kockford, 111.
' gOfiice, Room 3, Uuf ord block. Rates
as low aa consistent with security.
is the rate and date for the next
LOS ANGELES OR
For meeting A. A. O. X. Mystic Shrine, via the C, R. I. & 1. Ry.
Tickets ood 60 days frpm date of sale, going one way and re
turning via any other direct route.
Through standard and tourist sleeping cars are now run to Los
Angeles and San Francisco daily via the
EL PASO SHORT LINE.
Also through standard and tourist sleeping cars via Denver and
the scenic route.
On the same tlates low rate round trip excursion tickets on sale to
For National Convention Travelers' Protective association of America.
For full particulars enquire from agents C, R. I. & P. Ry.
UNION MISSION iC WORKS.
801 FOUR.TH AVENUE.
Rugs made from Ingrain or Rrusscls carpet. Satisfaction guaralecd.
fiflrs. Minnie Scliindler, Rlgr.
Chicago Dental Company
For Painless Dentistry
Call and have your teeth exam
ined free. We will tell you what
your filling; or crowning- will cost
before the work is commenced.
Sets of teeth, if you need them,
or if your old ones do not fit call
on us and we guarantee a fit. Our
Thin Elastic Plates do not take
up room in the mouth like the
old ones do. and fit when all oth
ers fail by our method.
CLE AN I FREE.
Cement Filling. 25C
ISone lilling 25C
Platinum lilling 50c
Silver Fillings 50C
Uold Fillings, $1 and up ,00
tlold Crowns, 4 to 6 4.00
Set of Teeth, $5 and up 5.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
Sale of K' al Kutate.
Bv virtue of an order and decree of the
County Court of Kock Islaiid Cour.ty, Ill'neis.
rade on petition of the undersign' d, John
Streekfus, Ru:irdUn ot Kdwurd J otreckfus.
t'haries J. Ptreckfus. Ros C. Streekfus. Will
iam F Streckfm apd Liouls M Streekfus,
minor heirs of Mlctael Str-cbfu3, deceased,
tor leave to sell the real est tit e of said minors,
at the; pril t'm. A. D. UKKi. of siid Court,
to-wit: on tte 1Kb d.iy of Ap-il. 1 shall on
t he Id. h day o' May next, between the hours
f ten o'closk in the forenoon and four o'clock
In me afternoon of said day. to-wit: ;i, 2
o'clock p. m. of said day. i-e'l at puhli: (-ale. at
itae eaM door of th Court House m the city
- f Rock Island in faid County, the real e.tate
decriber na followx. to-wit:
the North East Qurt?r of the So ih vvst
tjiarter. and the riorih Vst (Juren f thi
North East Quarterof sestia"' Numliei TYIrty
tbree ("3) and tha west one h:iif ot the irouih
Kast tiuarter or Noetlon runner Twemy
eieht CS). all in Towns-hip vuuior Seventeen
I7) North ra"(?e Nuuber Four () Wesff
the 4th Principal Meridian, in Kock I lnl
County. Illinois, on the following tcrajs, to It:
1'atedtbis 12th day of April A. T 190.
Gunrdian of the above named minor belts of
Michael utreckfus deceased.
SKAKI.K & MAKMiAI.U Solicitors.
IVtltlon to Sell Real Kutate to Fay Ieltn
State of Illinois, (
County of Rock Island, t
la lbs Circuit Court, June term, A. D. lOOi
William R Carey. Aorr Inistrator of the es
tate of Frederiek Kink. deceased, vs. George
Nicholas Kin. Peter K'n(t, a cnie Muler, Aos
ust Kink, Annie ornelius John F. Scbultz
Sarah K Crwford. Pro le's Saviaps Hunk of
Molioe. tll'nois. and Peter lieltarr. Petition to
sc.l real estate.
To the above named defendants. Cieorpe
Nicholas Kins, Peter Kiok. Annie Miller.
tieul Kink, Annie Cornelius and John F
Scbulw: You and eaeh of you are hereDy not
ified that n the lSih Oav of frcbruiiry A D
WiJ, 1 te Third Baptist lurch, of Moline, Ill
inois, a cor.-oraiion was raitle a party defend
ant to tne an ve entitled petition to seu real
estate to pay debt': a- d on the same day filed
Its petition in said caue making- eacn oi you
parties ana pravit-K that it miunt oe aeciarea
tbeowner of lot seven (7) In blok oi e (I) In
Witliek s addition f Muliw: and that tha 0e
eree ot sale entered In said cause on the 14th
day of October A. 1). 1101, be set as.de In so far
as it ff-ets ald lot sven () ia block one (I)
in said Wittick's addition: and that a certain
deed iroai-enrvj Wei-a to Theodor Andrews
and Margaret Andrews bearing date March i
lKU-i. and a certmo deed from TBeo
dor Andrews and Margaret Ar.dtews to Fred
Kink, bearing date June T. lfi-a. may be et
as d and declared vcid ns against the said
Thl-d Uaptist Church of Mcline. Illinois.
You are further notinca it at me matter win
be called ua for bearing on the tirst day of the
June term A. D. ivi of the said county court.
which will be n the Bret Monday of June A
.. I'-Wi at wnieh time you ran appear and
Ibke such steps as you may deem proper.
itea tnis ivtn a ay oi April a. i. m-j
The Third Baptist Church of Moline. Illinois
H. IS. Hubbard, County Clerk.
Estate of Gottlieb Heck, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
executor ot the last will and testament of
Gottlieb Beck, late of the County of Kock
Island. Stake of Illinois, deceased, hereby
elves notice that he will appear before the
Co nty Court of Rock Island County, at the
C.iuotv Court room. In the City of Kock Is
larrt. at the June term, on- the tirt Monday in
Jure ne t at which time ail persons having
claims against sid estate are notified util re
quested to at c id for the purpose ot having
tne name adjusted All persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to tho undersigned.
Dated this 17th dayot April A. n. 1902.
low round trip excursion to
Rock Island & Peoria
Railway is the
To Points East, Southeast and
South, as Shown Below:
Lv ltocn Islat d 8 or am
Ar Peoria, 11 20 bm
" Atlanta, Ga. HlOam
" IilooLLingion, 111 1 5 pm
" Champaign, III 2.40 pm
" Cneinna -!, O a 05 pm
" Decatur, Id S 45 pm
" Evansville. Ind 3.1 pm
" Indianapolis, Ind 6 01 pm
" Jacksonville, 111 3 45 pin
jcksonville, Fla... 7 50 pm
oulsvl le, Ky 11 10 pm
" Muneie, Ind 7 48 pm
" Mobile. Ala.. 4 15 pm
" Memphis, Tenn..... 8 05 am
" Nashville, Tenn 12 45 um
" New Orleans, La 1 15 pm
" Richmond, Va 3 30 pm
" S.riclield. Ill io pm
' St. I.-uls, Mo C 12 pm
" Te re Haute, Ind... 5 ? pm
" Washington. D. C. .. :i X pm
1 45 pm
4 53 pm
7 30 (Di
G 25 pm
8 M pm
7 10 am
9 C5 pm
8 05 am
3 30 am
11 38 pm
7 50 am
9 30 am
5 55 am
2 55 am
8 05 am
Si 05 am
7 15 pm
8 i0 am
9 10 pm
7 1( mn
5 2i im
6 47 am
An ktditIoul I'aaeuger Tralu , leaves
Kock Islttud at 7:3ft v. m. Run reach
fnurla at 10:;;0 ). iu.
E. L. ;t.)FF, A;'cnl.
M. A. i'ATTEKSON', C. 1. A.
Excursion at very
to many points in tlie following terri
tory: Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
Kentucky, Ix)iiisiana, Mississippi,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Ten
nessee, and Virginia, over the
MARCH 4 AND 18,
APRIL 1 AND 15
MAY 6 AND 20
For full information r.nd particulars
as to rates, tickets, limits, stop over
privileges, etc., call on Agents "Itig
Four Iioute,,' or address the under
signed. WAKKKN .1. I.VM'H, W. I. IKII'K.
Gen. Fass.&Tkt. Apt. Asst. U. I. & T. A.
AIjIiKN M. NY I, T. I A.
Trx;is. Colorado. New Mexico,
Arizona. One fare plus if-MMl
round trip. May si ml '0.
Crops sure ami profitable;
climate liealt hf ul ; choice
locations for g-eneral business
stock ranches ami fruit farms.
The place 'to make money.
Ask about homes in Pecos,
llio Grande and Arkansas val
leys. IT. 1). MACK, .
Santa Fe Gen. Agt'iit,
110 Eighteenth street, Kock Island.
Do ra'T Be Fooled!
Take the genuine, original
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Made nnly hy Madison Medl
cine Co., Madison, Wi. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never sold
in bulk. Accept no submti
uBwuTiiiNi tutc. Ask your druggUU
Big Four Route
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