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Petition to Sell Beat Eatate to Pa, Debts.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County f
Ia the County Court. August terra. A.D 1902
OttoUottach adxtoiitraior of the esta e o
Wi helm Thleme. deceased, netltiocfer. vs
Man TDieme. the unknown heirs or devise
of Wilbeltn Thleme. deceased, the unitnown
owner of outlot nun.b- r suty (60) in sectior
number thirty-five (35) towntnp pumb.r
eighteen (18) North raotre number two (
west of the -HQ p. m according to tbe asses
sor'a plat of A. 1 18? of lots. ub lois an"
- out-lot In the county of Rock I land aid
state of Illinois, defendants petition for ao
order to sell real estate to pa. fcits.
lithe aoovo nam d n-ir-iesidtnt defeid
ants, the u.kcown hei a or devisees of V u-
helm Taleme deeeastd, tbe ULknown owne-t
f outlot number ixtv (60) In beet irn number
thirty tle (.V) owi sstp number eighteen ( 8)
rtn r r.ce numoer two (z we-i 01 tne tt
p. tn. aecrrdlDg to the assessor's Cat of A
D. i.stii 3t lois. sub lot and outlots In tbe coun
ty of Root .i-laod and state of Illinois.
A fnd tvit of your non-retlaenoe and of tbe
ron-re Ueoce of each of you b.vloij beer.
file 1 la 1 be above entitled cuse to tn office
oMb- uudersljrned ci-r of tbe county Court
of tje o uaty of Rock 1-Jar.d ar.d state of
I li".4tl. you are h reby rotitied that th
above nam d p uKioner h tiled In said court
h's peil.loi for a 1 oru r to sell mi J real 1 s
tate to D y th dbts of nald estate 'J h it a
summjes ba been Issued la said cause airaiisi
so . leturnable to the Ja y term A D. lit 2. of
said co rw to be begun aid n d n in tbe
cour. bouse In tbe city of noc sUnd. in a .id
county. In tbe state of II lnol on 'be first
Monday of July. A.D. 1902. that "aid cause
h been this day noctinued to the A u (rust
term of said curt to be begun anu holden on
the It st Monday of Autrust. A. U vn.i. a'
whl:h tim and plate joii will appearand
pie id. tDwer or demur to said petit on if yon
D.ited at Rock Island, Illinois, this 7th day
of July, A. D 190i
HtXKT B Htjbbabd.
Clerk of th County Court.
Swes.net A Walker, solicitors for peti
tioner Master's Bale.
George W. MiCaskrio, Attorney.
State of Illinois, I
Rook Island County. I
la the Ci.cult Court. In Chancery,
filcbard S. SJvLs, sr.
E. S. SUvis. Henrietta White. Lo' lie Babcock
and Mariftret Porter, administratrix of tbe
estate I Milton J Silvlv deceased.
Notice la hereby given that by virtue of a
deere of sala Court entered In the above en
titled cause, n the Seven'eentb day of
June, A. D., 1902. I shall, on Saturday.- the
Second day of August. A. D . IStfCJ, at tbe
boi-r of two o'clock In tbe afternojn, at tbe
Jas do- r of thrt Court House In the City
of Hock Island, In said Cointy of Kock Isl
and, to satisfy ssld dec ee, sell at public yen
due to tbe bigceat bidder for cash in band
tbat oe'tain ptrcel of land situate ! tbe
County of Rock Island, and etate of Illinois,
known and descrioed s follows, to-wit:
The West One and TUrie-founbs (w ii .)
of toe Kast part of Lot No Thirteen (13) la
Aiken Sub-d:vision ia the East Hair (H) or
the Sontnwest Quarter Ci) of Section No.
Two (2) In Township No s-eventetn (17
No.-th. Mange No To (2) West of the Fourth
Principal Meridian In the County of Kock Is
lacil and State of Illinois, for cash.
Lted at Kjck Island, illincis, this 28tn
day of June, A !., lwJ
W J. ESTBIKtK,
Master In Chancery. Rock Island C junty, 111.
GUOKGB W. MC 'ASK BIN.
, Admlalstator's Notice.
Estate of Nancie Dunn, deceased.
The undersigned having Deen appointed ad
mlnlatrator of tbe estate of Nancie Dunn,
late of the county of Rock Islsnd. state 01
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before the county oourt of Book
Island couaty. at the county court room, lr
the city of Rock Island, at the September
term, on the first Monday In September
next, at wnicn time au persons naving
claims against said estate are notified acd
requested to atteno, tor tne purpose 01 nay
ing the same adjusted.
U persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
llated this 30ih day of June, A . D. 1902.
Thomas Dcsk, Administrator.
To Whom It May Concern.
Notice Is hereby given tbat on Monday. July
si. a.d 1902 at the hour oc i o ciooa p. m.
there wM be held a spe -lal meeting of tbe
stockbo.dera of tbe Nat onal Neck- oke eom-
pny at the offl e of said company. In tbe city
of Rock Island. In Bock u-laud county. Illinois.
for the purpose of voting on the question of
increasing the capital iook 01 aaia company
from two thousand dollars to ten thousand
dollar, and also of enl-rging the object for
which such corporation was rormeo.
Swais PEABSOM, President.
W: W Harris. Secretary.
Rook bland. 111.. June 30, 1x02.
Fatate of Masdelin Klein, deceased
Tbe undents ned bating been appointed sd-
mln stratrlx of the estate of Msgdelln Kleia
late of tb count of Rork Ixlsrd. state of Il
linois, deceased, hereby gives notloe that she
will appear before tbe county court of Rock
Isl acd county at tbe county court room. In the
city of Rock Island, at the Augutt term, on
the first Monday In Auirunt next, at which
tine all persons bavirg claims against said
estate are notified aDd r quetted to attend,
for the Durrjose of having the same adjusted.
' AU peison Indebted to said estate are re-
queitea to mane inmnuiw payment to tne
Dated this 11th day of June A. D. 1003
Lew a Klkik.
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J nd 1 m 1 Imiplt. x
Mr. and Mrs., Henry K. Petersen
and family have eNchanired Marnuette
Heights for Mackinac Island for the
summer, leaving: for that resort yes-
terday. They are accompanied bv
Mr. Petersen's sister, Mrs. Theodore
llusch, and her son.
The ieople of the Second Presbv-
terian church are feeling- jubilant
over the acceptance of a call extend-
ed to Mott Sawyer to fill the pulpit
of the Second church until next
winter at least. Kev. Sawver is
clergyman of rare ability, who has
made a brilliant success on the lee-
ture platform for several winters
Carnival Camp, So. 1, Woodmen of
the World, held a meeting at the wig-
wain inursuay evening, to elect a
successor to Head Consul S. W
Searle, who has removed to Iowa
City to assume the editorship of the
Citizen. JI. ,T. McKarland iroved to
be the choice of the sovereigns.
The funeral of the late Will in 111
Hitter, Sr., was held' at -J o'clock
Thursday from the late residence, in
the West St. Paul house, on Second
and P.rown street. IJev. A. D. (Jrief
officiated. The obsequies-' were at-
tended bv the Turners, the Daven-
port Shooting society and the. Veter-
111 Volunteer Firemen's association.
or which the deceased had been a
long time member. There were many
floral tributes: The' pallbearers were
selected from among' the several fra-
ternities with which the deceased
had been affiliated. Interment was
made at Fairmount cenieterv.
Ceors-e H. iiiimes, promoter of the
Western Fence company, w hich has
purchased ten acres down in Kock-
insrham west of the citv. has received
the working plans for the contem
plated plant. It is contemplated to
start work upon the construction in
about a month and to have the fac
tory turning out its product by- Jan,
1. lOOil. The plans involve the con
struction of a building 100x400 feet
There will be seven different depart
Edward D. P.righam, Iowa's com-
missioner of labor, has been in the
city several days, makings the inspec-
tion of factories that the new law
renin res. lie has looked through
some 23 of these establishments, and
has found a number of matters need-
ntr attention. Fire escapes for the
safety of employes, sanitary arrange-
ment's for their vomfort, safeguards
about the machinery entrusted to the
are of children, etc.. are among the I
matters that have come up for at-
A ca.sh sale was made yebterday bylffneral letting down in vitality.
he real estate firm' of Martin &
Iteupke that involved a heavy pay
ment and materially changes the ow
nership of Second street property
W. C. Putnam becomes the owner of
he two stores east of the Ieader
building and the lots on which the?
stand, oayinir for the property $30.-
000 in cash 1
There was an interesting bowling
match played in this city Thursday
evening, between a local team and
me representing Muscatine. The
latter were easily defeated, which
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TKEYTAJTE VERY M
I makes an even break, as only recently
the liavenport team was defeated at
announcement of the next
lurner event, that of the celebration
of the golden jubilee of the founda-
tion of the organization which will
lleI n August, is miuetineii m the
lurner club room,
I Shortly before 9 o clock yesterday
morning- , at the family home, 610
Lombard 'street, occurred the death
' Frederick L. Scheel at the age of
69 years. Deceased was well and fav-
orably known in this city and 111 ad-
aditian to his family, leaves many
friends to mourn his death. The i in-
mediate survivors are a wife ami two
J children, the latter being- Mrs. W. D.
liiifrorcl ana lieorge Ij. Scheel. A
brother and sisiter residing in New
York also survive.
K. CJ. Spaulding-, for the past three
years Davenport agent fur the Jlock
island ami Peoria JCailway company
in this 'ty, with an office in the
Ln'tetl States Kxpress company s
quarters, at the northeast corner of
(Third and Hrady streets, returned
from Chicago yesterday, bringing
back with him a splendid appointment
as a recognition for the businesslike
manner in which he has conducted
h5s office in this city. Mr. Span ling-
"HI be soliciting' agent for the Hock
island system at Minneapolis
The annual election of officers of
the board of trustees of the Davtn
port free library was held Thursday
afternoon ami the following officers
chosen for the ensuing year: Presi
dent, t. Smith; vice president, Ed.
K'aufmann; secretary, Kev. A. M
Oeorge U. Scott yesterday hied a
I petition for a tUvorce on behalf of
Curtis Petersen, who wants an early
release from the bonds of matrimony
that attach him to Ella Petersen and
have so attached him ever since one
day last August. He says he lived
with his wife until Thursday of this
week and had been dutiful and loving
until his wife on the day named vio
lently beat him.
Lieut. D. E. Dismukes, of the United
States navy, will ojH'n a recruiting of-
e m the pstotfice building next
-Monday for the purpose of enlisting
men for the navy. I,ient. Dismukes
expected to arrive 111 uavenport
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P -rc uv t-nmr nee, mm
making- the arrangements for the
Opening of the office. Kecruits will
he sent from Davenport to points on
the Atlantic coast, where they will
e prepared for service.
J he death of ben mates occurred
at St. Luke's .hospital yesterday fore-
noon at 9 o'clock. The cause was a
pears ago he was in nusiness nere.
;ind well known. Of late he has liv-
ed a quiet life. He leaves no imme
Dolly Pros., of Kock Island, today
opened their Davenport store on
Hrady street. It is a neat and at
tractive estaoiisnmeni ami uouoiiess
will prove a fine success,
shoes are to be carried.
Sympathy for England.
In the recent disaster at St. Yin
cent - the United States was among
the first to extend sympathy, to Eng
land and also to offer assistance to
the fortunate survivors, (living sym
pathy is a very appropriate way of
showing our feelings for those in dis
tress, but the person who is unable
to eat or sleep on account' of a weak
or disordered stotnacn needs more
than sympathy. He wants a medi
cine that will cure him. Then llos
tetter's .Stomach Hitters is needed,
because it positively cures loss of ap
petite,, belching, flatulency, indiges
tion, dyspepsia, insomnia or nervous
ness. Every sufferer should there'
fore try a bottle of it at once. Good
health is sure to follow. Don't ac
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'My mother suffered a long- time
from distressing pains and general
ill health due primarily to indiges
tion," says L. W.- Spalding, Verona,
Mo. "Two years ago I got her to try
Ivouol. She grew better at once, and
now, at the age of 70, eats anything
she want, remarking that she fears
bad effects as sh haa her bottle
?f Kod.01 handy- Dn t waste time
doctoring- symptoms. Go after the
cause. If your stomach is souncl
your health will be good. ,Kodol
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Keep Your Bowefs Strong.
Constipation or diarrhoea when
your bowels are out of order. Cas
carets Candy Cathartic will make
them act naturally. Genuine tablets
stamped C. C. C. Never sold in
bulk. All druggists, ioc
.Mrs. Charlotte Khallene of C44
Eleventh-and-a-half street died Thurs
day evening- at 10:50 o'clock after
severe illness of three days. She wa
59 years old and was born in Sweden
She came to America in 1883, coming
direct to Moline, which city she ha
made her home ever since. Her hus
band died several years aro. Kli
leaves to mourn her death four chil
dren, who are Mrs. Emma and Mrs
Ida Anderson, John and F. ,
Heginning- next Monday Moline will
have direct freig-ht connection with
the 15., ('. IJ. N. railway. Instead o
transferring- all freight for that roat
to Davenport in transfer wagons the
cars will be loaded in Moline eithe
at the C, K. I. & 1 freight house or
in the yards and handled bv rail t
the Iowa side, now a branch of the
Uock Island system.
Frej lodge, Xo. lfi, I. (). S., at it
semi-annual meeting Thursday even
ing- installed its recently elected of
licers and indulged in a socialises
sion, such as are always enjoyed by
the members of the lodge. Ol
l'earson, if Chicago, high grand mas
ter of the order was the guest o
honor, and .lohn Hrostrom. of Gales
burg, acted as installing- officer. The
officers installed were: President
Otto Ed; vire president, Emamie
Larson; corresponding secretary.
C Duvere; financial secretary, F. V
1,'hrus; treasurer, Fred Sundeen
chief. Charles Stromberg. After the
installation High Grand Master Olof
Pearson was called upon and after ii
few congratulatory remarks to the
local lodge in general he presented A
G. Swnnson, the retiring president of
the lodge, with a gold medal, for his
continued and faithful work as the
first president of the lodge.
A large crowd was in attendance at
the Moline Chautauqua at Prospect
park last evening. "Modern Man
was the topic ably handled by Frank
S. IJegan. Mrs. Penrose gave a num
ber of readings in her inimitable
style and there was music by the.
Hun bar Ueilringers. Jhis morning
there was a bible reading and this
afternoon the program included be
sides the musical features a lecture
upon "The Wonders of Magnetism
uv rrof. li. . Kichards. 1 his even
ing Laurant, the magician will give
an entertainment and the Dunbar
handbell ringers will perform.
Tomorrow all Sunday school chil
dren of- the three cities will be ad
mitted free. The program will ht
followed, a feature to be the sacred
concert by the Dunbar IuhkIIh-II
ringers. Monday will be school day,
when prominent educators will speak
.lohn Craiglow of Coal Valley, em
ployed by Harry Haley in his house
movinggang, had a narrow escape yes
terday from being crushed to death
by being caught under one of the
buildings which is being moved off of
the oltl site of the Lancashire-Mar
shall Organ company, .lohn Craiglow
and T. H. Stow- of 4:i0 Eighteenth
avenue were working under the build
ing, watching the rollers. While
doing this the large beam in some
manner turned, letting the jack
screws fall and the building settle
down. Stow managed to throw him
self into the cellar, but Craiglow was
caught under the beam, just across
the thighs. At first it wa.s thought
he hiid received serious internal in
juries but on further examination he
was only found to have his legs badly
BOYS' BRIGADE WORKS
SANDY ON MILAN PEOPLE
It is reported that the Hoys' brig
ade of the Ottawa Congregational
church, in camp dast of the Watch
Tower on the farm of John P. Loon-
ey, gave some of the Milan people a
bad turn early in the week when the
street car proposition was assuming
a rather ominous aspect. The com
pany, which is uniformed as regular
soldiers, went to Milan for a hike
under command of Capt. McMullen.
When the soldierly looking squad
was seen approaching, the report
was circulated that the authorities
hatl secured a detachment of the
state militia to guard the bridges and
prevent possible damage to the
bridges and street car tracks at the
hands of irate citizens.
Very Remarkable Core of Diarrhoea.
"About six years ago for the first
time in my life I had a sudden and
severe attack of diarrhoea," says
Mrs. Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas.
"I g-ot temporary relief, but it came
back again and again, and for six
long- years I have suffered more mis
ery and agony than I can tell. It
was worse than death. My husband
spent hundreds of dollars for physi
cians prescriptions without avail.
Finally we moved to Bosque county,
our present home, and one day I hap
pened to see an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Kemedy with the testimonial
of a man who had been cured by it.
The case was so similar to my own
that I concluded to try the remedy.
The result was wonderful. I could
hardly realize that I was wel again,
or believe it could be so after having
suffered so long, but that one bottle
of medicine, eosting but a few cents.
cured me." For sale by all drug
gists. ITew art Tewr Kidney t
' IV rtobbs'Snaraans Pills eore all klilnevllls.
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Ideas ana nram.
"Watch de prince awaken de slcepiu
beauty wld er kiss." .
"Gee! risiin't no fairy tale'" New
He How ran I ever repay you for
that delightful waltz. Miss Golightly?
She (whose train h:is suffered) Ob,
don't repay me. Settle with my dress
Father Another foolish question and
you go to bed.
Willie Rut this ain't foolish! I only
want to know what holds the t?ky up
an why ducks don't bark, and if
Cholly Me fawtber served -in tbe
army, jou know. '
xi nir.ii Vmi r-nt ur! Dili he serve
illll u w - -
rations, drinUs or newspapers?
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After the Dance.
To Cure Many Cases of Female Ills.
Some Sensible Reasons Why Mrs.
Pinkham is More Successful Than
Many Family Doctors.
A woman is Kick some disease peculiar to her sex is fast develop
ing in her system. She goes to her family physician and tells him a
story, but not the whole story.
She holds back something, loses her head, becomes agitated, forgets
what she wants to say, and finally conceals what she ought to have told,
and this completely mystifies the doctor.
Is it a wonder, therefore, that the doctor fails to cure the disease?
Still we cannot blame the woman, for it is very embarrassing to detail
some of the symptoms of her suffering, even to her family physician.
This Is the reason why hundreds of thousands of women are now
in correspondence with airs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Muss. To her they
can giye every symptom, so that when she is ready to advise them she
is in possession of more facts from her correspondence with the patient
than the physician can possibly obtain through a personal interview.
Following we publish a letter from a woman showing the result of
a correspondence with Mrs. Pinkham. . All such letters are considered
absolutely confidential hy 31 rs. Pinkham, and are never published
in any way or manner without the consent in writing of the patient ;
but hundreds of women are so grateful for the health which 3Irs. Pink
ham and her medicine have been able to restore to them that they not
only consent to publishing their letters, but write asking that this he
done in order that other women who suffer may be benefited by their
If wkww I )) m m
Here is Proof of the Value of Mrs. Pinkham's Advice.
"Dear Mrs. Tixkham: I have been taking your medicine for two
months and write to you for some advice concerning it. I am in very poor
htalth and have been for nearly three years. I am troubled with a pain and
soreness in the back of my head and neck which develops into an almost un
bearable headache at time of menstruation. Since last August I have been
confined to my bed a great part of the time. In January I was taken very
sick with one of my awful headaches, and lay for five weeks in a critical
condition. Our doctors were unable to tell me the cause of my illness. I had
a slow fever seeminnlv in mv nerves with a marked bilious affection. I was
completely prostrated. My physician did nothing for me but to putme to
sleep, said it was the condition of my nerves at the time, of menstruation. I
vras advised to tak Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound, and
would like your advice and to know the cause of my bad feelings." Mes.
Frances I. McCrka, Sheridan, Mont. (April 27, 1900.)
' Dear Mrs. Ptxkham : I wish to testify that I have been greatly bene
fited "by the use of your medicine. After taking four bottles I felt better, my
head and neck were greatly relieved. After reading the testimonies in the
book you sent me, I believed that I had a tumor, and a while after when
something- the size of an egg passed from me, I was convinced of the fact. I
now feel like a new creature, can go to my work, and can eat and sleep well,
a privilege that I appreciate very much. Mrs. Frances I. McCbea,
KKWAKO. We haTedpovit1 with the National Citv Bank of t.ynp, JoOOO,
which will be paid to any person who ran and that the above testimonial letters
are not genuine, or were published before obtaining the writer's special per
mission. I.ydia K. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
Is to use it
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