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THE AUGUS, MONDAY, ,: AUGUST. 25 1 902.
4M HHHI mil II I
. THE Ml.ODERI'S
Everything1 must go.
our numerous bargains, but here are a few we quote you: J
Men's Oxfords, $3 grade, at '. '2.25
Men's Oxfords, $2.50 grade, at $2.00 J
Men's Oxford's, $2 grade, at $1.65
Men's Oxfords, $1.50 grade, at $1.15 J
Ladies' Oxfords, $2 grade, at . .' $1.49 .
Ladies' Oxfords, $1.75" grade, at $1.35
Ladies Oxfords, $1.50 grade, at w ; $1.15
Ladies Oxfords, $1.25 grade, at 99 J
Children's Oxfords and Slippers at any price. Men's, Ladies' and T
Children's Shoes cut in same proportion. T
Clrrr ri c. K 55fKrrSK 1 Prnn.
1705 Second Avenue. ......
I 1 1 1'
5 . . . .. ...
$ Special Summer Wine Sele
For one month, from Augr. 1 to ept. 1 wo will
.sell just to introduce our stock to the people, a 1
y- 50 cent bottle of Hue Claret or Port wine for 23 ?
2 cents. This makes a lino summer uiink.
Don't wxit bvit come in now $
. and see ovir stock.
1 . SIMON LEWIS, j
2 Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue. T
$ ' ' '
TBR TR1TEUIM' ttCIDW.
CHICAGO. EJCK ISLAND
can be purchased at CKy
Ticket offloe. ism Second ave
nue, or U, B. i. iP. depot
Flfih trsaue foot ot Tti.-ts-
Brst Rrei. ftoHa branch depot, root or
1 wentle.h street. Frank H. Mun.uer, O. K A.
TRAINS. I tAST. ! WEST
it 3:45 am
it 4:3 air
leirer Limited Omulia. .
I t. Worth. Denver S K C
i3venport A. Cblcairo
tCrnaba & MJnn-at oils. . .
Colorado & Omaba.
Ds Koines & Orcaaa
Ienver. Lincoln & Omaha
Df-a Moines Kxpreas
St. Paul Vlnneapol'
Peaver. Ft. Worth & K. r?
rtoc island & Washington
r-niAucn jh ript Mni't
It 7:00 pm
t B:5J pm
t asm aaa
t 3:u0 am
X 3:15 pm
T d:p am
t 6 2r. pm
t 6:30 am
t 3:25 pm
i 3 20 pm
T 7:40 am
9 25 arc
t 12:45 pm
! 1:C5 pm
Bock Island & Brooklyn Ac
tOmana & kock isiana....
El Paso & San, Francisco. .
JO - dar R pld. Tlpioo
10: 10 am
ROCK ISLAND AND PEOBIA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieth urort xcatlon Main
line traits start from main, depot oo Fif .b
avenue iO minutes In advance ot time given.
" ' TRAINS. i LltAVP i AURIVC
Paorla. bprlcgfield. St.
8:05 am 9 43 pm
Paorla, Springfield. lndian-
lDgton, St Louis
Peoria, lnlatipolis. Cln
t :45 piri
J :53 I Hi
Cable fc -herrard e ccom.
Cale & Sherrard Ac.;ora.
'Arrival, titohhu";. i-4j. ' y - -
flay. Phone West 1093, West 112. West 143.
venu and Twentieth street
M. J. YOU!fQ. Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
at. Louis. SprlntrHeid
Oalesburff, Peoria ar.d
s6 :ro am
Sterling. Meadota and
Peoria, Beards town. Bur-
iinartoo, ienver and
E Louis, Kansas City
S iOpro tI2:II pm
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points In-
East Moline (suburban) . .
Dubuque, Clinton, La
CrosH, Ft Paul, Minn
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
7 00 am
s. Stop at Fock Island 25 aalnutes for meabt.
Dally, t Daily except Sunday.
V & St. Paul Railway. D.,
RUN. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George VV. wtoa.
agent. The trains for Du
buque ana potnts corui run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freepori and Milwaukee will run
Via Davenport. Clinton acd Savanna
All trains will connect at Savanna forpotnts
east and west.
TBAIB9. I LKAVB AHHIVB.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
senger 70 am 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
Hcnger 4:00 pm 9t5 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 9:15 pm
Freeport Kxpress 4:'5 pm 11:40 am
All trains dally except Siodav .
Publication Notice Chancery.
State ef n-lnots, I
Rock Island Countv.
In the Circuit Court of sail Counly. Septem
ber term, A. U. liiGl
Calvin L Girls vs Fdward Hey), Henha Wcyl,
Augustus Beyl. John Hetl. Jr.. tlien Heyl,
. Sebastian Scheil, Christine Schell. In
Affidavit of lb non-residence of the said
Kward Heyl. lieriba Heyl Augustrs Beyl,
Jr.hn Hevl. Jr. ard F.ll-n Hevl. Impleaded
witn the above defendants. Sebastian cbPll
acd Christine Scb-ll having been tiled in the
cierk'a office of the circuit court of said
countv. notice is therefore hereby given
to the said non-resident defendant that
the complainant filed bis bill of complaint
In sikid court, on tne cnaocery siae tnereor.
nn the 12ih dsv of Afgust. A. D. 1902. and
that thereupon a su rumors Issued out of
said court, wberelir sa'd suit Is now pend
ing, returnable on the third Monday lu the
month of September oett, as is by law re
quired Now. unless you. the saia nn-rest
debt defendants above named. Fdwnrd Heyl
Hfirtha HevL Auaustus Heyl. John Heyl, Jr.,
and EUen Heyl shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on me urst any or
tbe next term thereof, to be bold en at Itock
Island in and for h. s d county, on ihe third
Monday In September next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complainant's bill
of compieint. tbe sro? and tbe matter' and
tblugs therein charged and tared wil be
taiten as coufesst-d, and a dcrre entered
agalsst you according to the prayer of said
OnnitGB W. Gamf.e. Clerk.
Rock Is'and. IllinoU, A ug. i. UMi.
Suiat tt Mabshaix, Coaplalnant's Solid
1' 1 1
We haven't tlie space to mention
-I naflrered ti torture the
damneU-wiih proinul:n4 l-iles. brounhton by
consultation with LiiU I. v. as u01ii.tt;l for
twt-nty i;:rs. I ran across your CaSCAK-STS
in the utwn of Nowt-ii. la., uml never loitud .ny
tbinsf todiu&l tb"m. Today I am entirely Irce
fro?u piles and iwl like u ikw man."
C. H. Keitz, 1111 Joucs St., Sioux Citr. Ia.
PVaant. Pntaffabl'v Povnt. Tnnto' Oood,
Hterllar Uatlj Caaipn7, t'tilrar!, loilml, tw Vrk.
If Tf t(lft Sol'l nn.l BitarnntM-d ty nil urui-
la toClKt Tubuccu Habit.
DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMERS For
Clinton, Dubuque, t-t. Paul aad points
Steamer DUBCQUF, Aug. 25, 10 a. m.
For Muscatine, Burlinpton. Keokuk, Qu!n
cy, St. Louis and points oetween
Steamer SIDNEY. Aug. 2i, a. m.
For passenger and freight rates Inquire of
GEORGE LAMONT. Agent.
Office 115 Seventeenth Street. Tel. West
ACME PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
J. K. JOHNSTON. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
catine. New Boston, Keithsburg'.Oqnaw
ka and Burlington
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4
p. m. . .
The steamer W. J. YOUNG
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Satnrday at
11 JO a. m.
. Arriving in Burlington at 8:15 p. m.
Parties can go to Muscatine on the Helen
Blair at 4 p. m. Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day and return on the W. J. Young at 11:30
p. m., same a ay
BIG FOUR ROUTE
TUESDAY SEPT. 16
And other points in Ohio ami Indiana
on the "Big Four." All tickets good
returning 30 days from date of salo.
ALLEN M. NYE, T. P. A.
7&ivk BEST FOR
Marf THE BOWELS ;
TIIK STKAMKRK. .
The Scott county democratic con
vention, held Saturday afternoon at
Turner hall," was largely attended,
selecting' delegates to the state and
congressional conventions and de
claring in ringing resolutions for the
principles upon which the party is
founded. The resolutions adopted
favor a tariff for revenue only, a
constitutional tax on the incomes of
individuals and corporations and fed
eral control of all corporations
transacting an interstate - business
and oppose all legislation tending to
render our currency less stable and
imperialism and militarism in what
ever form they appear in our national
Word has reached this city from
Omaha of the engagement of Arthur
F. Smith, a native of Davenport, and
a. member of the Omaha lirm of
lieichberg-Siuith. wholesale jewelers,
to Miss Lulu l'eyeke, of Kansas City.
The ceremony will be celebrated at
the latter city at a date not far re
Uobert D. Fowler has brought suit
in the district court to recover $10,-
000 damages from Sadie A. Mason for
silleged breach ot promise.
An alarm of fire sent in at-7::3
o'clock Saturday night from box 03
brought the hill departments, Xos. ,
.'5 and 4, and the hill truck to the res
idence of Dr. Unargst at No. 1'J Wal
ling court. The curtains in the resi
dence had ignited by an accident, and
flared up, alarming a passer-by, who
turned in the. alarm. No water was
used, the flames being extinguished
without much damage, save the loss
of the curtains, which are said to be
valuable , ones. Chief I'icning made
the run from the Central fire station
to Locust" street and (Jrnnd avenue
in record-breaking time. He sounded
taps for "fire out" IO minutes after
the alarm was turned in.
Dr. Ceorge Middleton. local surgeon
of the C, K. I. !t 1. road, received no
tice that hereafter the office of chief
surgeon of tlie road would' be located
in Chicago. For many years the head
office was maintained in this city un
der the chieftainship of the lamented
Peck and Middleton. The change will
go into effect Sept. 1.
At 0:0 o'clock Saturday evening
while engaged in embossing Prof.
William Pouter's portrait, and finish
ing up the last batch of the golden
jubilee press work. Keinhard Wagner,
of the Wagner Printery on Harrison
street, one of the best actives of the
Davenport Turngemeinde, met with a
painful accident. Mr. Wagner was
hurrying to complete the ttisk before
him, when by an inadvertance, he
caught his right hand in the press
and had it mashed to a pulp. His
brother hurriedly made a tourniquet,
and Drs. Matthey were summoned to
look after his injuries. The surgeons
expect to save his hand, and will ex
ercise all the ski., they can command
to make it whole again. y
William Druchl has entered a suit
for divorce against his wife, Mary
Druehl, whom he married in this city
May ", 1S'.7, and with whom he lived
until dune of this year. The peti
tioner alleges that his wife is an ha
bitual drunkard, and that while he
was absent from his home his better
half was accustomed fo bring beer to
his house and drink it. He alleges
that he often remonstrated with her,
that are too fast or too slow,
too strong or too weak, are not
the kind that come from a
healthy heart. Remember,
every heart that pains, flutters,
palpitates, skips beats, and
every heart that causes fainting
spells, shortness of breath or
smothering, is weak or diseased,
and cannot keep the blood cir
culating at its normal rate.
"My heart was very weak and
kept skipping beats until It
missed from one to three beats a
minute "Well knowing what
the result would be.lf this trouble
was not stopped, I began taking
Dr. Miles' Ileart Cure, and two
bottles brought the heart action
to. its normal condition."
D. D. Holm,
never fails to benefit weak or
diseased hearts, when taken in
time. Don't wait, but begin
its use at once. Sold by drug
gists on guarantee.
Dr. Wiles Medical Co.. Elkhart, In&
Vmirl Sf I
-- . -.. iuiui vi IUHKD.IUIII,
easily, bo made well, strong, manrtic. full of
that makes weak mea strong. Many Rata
tea pounds In ten davs. Over BOO.OOO
cured. All drugyists. Cure guaranteed. Book-
"nd advice REE. Address STP.BT.ivn
RKMfiDY CO Vhicafo or New York, 4J7
but it was of no avail. She grew .so
badly addicted to the drink that she-
began to neglect- her household du
ties. " The couple thave three minor
children,' William, aged 4; Lillian,
aged 2, and Mabel, aged 8, the custo
dy of whom the father asks for.
Mamie Westphal has sued her lord
and husband, Charles Westphal, for
a divorce, alleging abandonment and
non-support. She is the mother of a
minor son, Francis Westphal, by him,
the custody of whom she asks, to
gether with a decree of absolute di
vorce. The couple were united in
this city April 20, 1808.
'A fanner residing near -rgo in
Scott county, out in Le Claire town
ship, reported to the police Saturday
morning that someone had stolen
from him ?.' fleeces of wool and ask
ed them to look up the thief, who
would be likely to dispose of it for
sale at the Davenport Woolen mills.
Inquiry was made, and sure enough
the woolen mills people had purchas
ed 33 fleeces of wool Friday from a
party who had them for sale. A de
scription of the man was obtained
from tlie woolen mills people and the
police are looking him up. The sher
iff has al.so been notified and is at
work upon the case.
Kd Kinney, the hobo, who secured
()r. Schmidt's autograph on a paper
setting forth that he was in an ad
vanced stage of a dangerous dis
ease and collected money in charity
thereupon, and who also wheedled
.Mayor Decker out of $1 on the plea
that he was on his way to Hot
Springs, was arrested at Moline. The
charge whs vagrancy and intoxica
tion. He was let go upon his promise
to leave town. Kd Kinney, or McKin
ney, as he is variously known, is only
25 years of age, but a hopeless wreck.
11. li. Dradley, machinist at the glu
cose plant, got his right thumb into
some of the machinery at noon Sat
urday and suffered a painful injury
to that member, which was badly
lacerated. Dr. Kudolf was called.
Mr. Dradley is master mechanic at
the works, succeeding the late Mr.
Schoendelin, and resides at the Kim
In DeWitt, Clinton county, Thurs
day of last week occurred the death
of Mrs. .)li aim Doyert in the 2th
year of her age. A husband, two chil
dren and two sisters, residing here,
survive her. Tbe sisters are Mrs. .Io
hanii Spetzcn and Mrs. Freil Wendel.
The body arrived in the city from De
Witt Saturday and the funeral was
held that afternoon at 3 o'clock with
services at the home of the sister of
the deceased. Mrs. Johann Spet.en,
1003 Taney street, and interment at
the citv cemetery.
.John Ade and wife, of Kentland,
Ind., parents of the well known short
story writer and satirist, Ceorge Ade.
are in the city. They were called
here by the death of Mr. Ade's broth
er, the late Joseph Ade. whose death
occurred on a C. & S..W. train near
Cedar Kapids Wednesday last, as re
ported, and whose funeral was held
Two of the new cars which are be
ing constructed in the Tri-C'ity Street
Railway car shops in this city are
nearly completed, and one of them is
expected to be ready for use this
week. These cars are twice the
length of those now in use.
Yesterday was Turner day in Dav
enport on account of the celebration
of the 50th anniversary of the Dav
enport society. "The morning's par
ade was the longest in the history of
the city and included Turner and
singing societies from Clinton, Key
stone, Diirant, Cedar IJapids, Uock
Island and Moline, 111., and delega
tions from Chicago and Des Moines,
with dozens of other Cerman-Ameri-ciii
societies of Davenport and vicin
ity. The event of the day was"the
grand picnic and athletic exhibition
at Schuetzen park, which assembled
13.000 people, .lubilee exercises were
held there. ex-Mayor C. A. Ficke de
livering the address. The seats of
honor on the platform, in advance ot
those accorded to Turners of over 2."
years standing, were occupied by
Louis Hanssen, Sr., of Davenport, -and
Matthias Staaek, of Winona, Minn.,
the two survivors of the society or
ganized here in 1S32. A chorus of 150
singers from I'eoria took part in the
exercises. AI'ockstoever, of Chica
go, presented the society a laurel
wreath on behalf of Carl Uichter, of
Chicago, and the officers of the
Northwestern Saengerbund. The cel
ebration will conclude with a grand
concert this evening. Yesterday's
thletie contest was won-by John
Maxheim. of the Clinton Turner so
ciety. The different events were won
as follows: Hand-over-hand rope
climb. Otto Niemand, Davenport. C
seconds; high jump, Otto Keiche,
Davenport, 5 feet 2 inches; hop, step
and jump, Otto Ueiche, Davenport, 40
feet; 1fi pound shot put, John Max
heim, Clinton. 30 feet 3 inches; broad
jump, John Maxheim, Clinton, 8 feet
H inches; pIe vault, l'hil ooimtag ana
Carl Deters, Davenport, and John
Maxheim, Clinton, tied, 9 feVt 4 inch
es; 8 pound spear throw, John Max
heim, Clinton, 70 feet.
Mrs. J.' Walter and Maughtcr Flor
ences of Savanna, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. Ainsley. ,
Foley's Kidney Cure will ewre all
diseases arising from disordered
kidneys or bladder. All druggists.
. fcdnet Too Bowala TTItlk CaMtsv
Candy Casr15 cure constipation forever.
J MOLINE MENTION
A large and representative meet
ing of the property owners and tax
payers of district 'o. 38, South Mo
line township, was held in Kidge
view school house for the purpose of
taking steps to secure better roads
in the district, which are sadly need
ed. The meeting was the result of
almost spontaneous action on the
part of the. residents of the district,
who feel that in the past their in
terests, have been neglected in this
very important matter. The subject
under consideration was fully dis
cussed in all its phases. The unani
mous sentiment of the meeting was
that the district, in view of the fact
that it contributes a very large pro
portion of the road taxes, has
been unjustly treated by the highway
Miss Inez "Potter, of Oalvn, is visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Potter, of Seventh street and Six
Mrs. Da nner, wife of F. M. Danner,
has returned . home from a Michi
gan trip, with her son .Eugene A.
and daughter Clara J.
Mrs. Chris. J.ones, of 1008 Kleventh
avenue celebrated her 41st birthday
anniversary at Prospect park. Fifteen
couples 'of her friends were included
in the party and sj)eiit the afternoon
in general sociability. Delicious re
freshments were served.
Signatures have been secured in
sufficient number to insure the pav
ing of Nineteenth street as soon as
the board of local improvements will
allow the work. This will be taken
up next year. It is the expectation
of the Darber Asphalt company force
assembled in the city to complete
by Sept. 1 all the work for which the
company has a contract
A card party .will be given by
Mrs. W. II. Driggs and Mrs. C. I.
Josephsori at the home of the latter
next Saturday afternoon in honor
of Miss Helen Crossman, who is to
become the bride of Dr. Henry Den
nett, Sept. 4.
Members of the First United Pres
byterian church are sad over the fact
that their pastor. Key. W. J. ('olden.
has handed in his resignation, which
took effect Sunday, July 27. For the
past few Sundays he has preached at
Lincoln, Neb., and nlso at Chicago,
but he has not quite decided which
church he will take charge of, as he
has had several good offers made
him. Saturday his wife departed for
Mansfield, Ohio, and he departed for
Cleveland, Ohio. He will very likely
loc3te in tine of these two cities.
Kev. ('olden has had charge of the lo
cal church since September 1. 11)00,
and he certainly has shown his abil
ity to build up a chuurch. When he
came the congregation was renting
a place of worship, hut only last
spring, with l!ev. (iolden's aid, the
congregation was able to erect a
pleasant church at the corner of
Kighth avenue and Sixteenth street.
The congregation has grown and
C. A. Darnard. president of the li
brary board, returned from his visit
to Andrew Carnegie with words of
encouragement over the prospect of
an additional donation for the Moline
library to make the total $55.
()0. lie, however, declines to dis
cuss his visit for a day or two, await
ing further advices from Mr. Carne
gie. In the meantime he smiles and
says that he feels satisfied over the
result of his visit and declares that
he will be able in a day or two to an
nounce some interesting news. Mr.
Darnard took the trip to appeal to
the great philanthropist for an ad
ditional gift to Moline in order to
raise the library fund here from $37.
000 to $5,000. the city council hav
ing guaranteed an annual income of
$5,500 Mrs. Darnard accompanied
her husband and combined with the
trip a delightful visit with relatives
in some of the palatial homes of that
part of the state.
What is thought to be the work of
professional burglars was discovered
Saturday by Policeman William Lee.
at the Union store, corner of Third
avenue and Seventeenth street, lie
went in at the rear of the store as usu
al to see if everything was all right
and noticed that the cellar window
had been disturbed. He immediately
secured Officer Hose and they pro
ceeded to make an investigation, and
after getting inside the store found
plenty of grounds for their suspic
ions, bolts of cloth being strewn all
over the floor and box after box emp
tied of women's hosiery. Later in
the yard in the rear of the store they
found six dozen pairs of hose which
had been tied up in a bundle and had
evidently been dropped by the intru
ders in their haste to get invav.
This bundle was worth $18. They
hatl also taken $3 in cash which thev
found in the till and there is no doubt
but what they were figuring on blow
ing open the safe, as this is the only
reason the officers can assign for the
bolts of cloth having been piled
around the safe, presumably to dead
en the sound of the explosion. All
around the safe and the office foot
prints were discovered which showed
that' two or more men had attempted
All the electricians who belong to
the -Tri-C'ity Electrical Workers'
union are congratulating themselves
on the recent request that was grant
ed them by the different companies
in the: three cities relating ,to the
shortening of the work-day. For
several weeks "the matter has been
under consideration by the various
employing companies, such as the
Tri-City Electrical company, People's
Power company, and others, and last
Friday, Aug. 15, a new scale, consist
ing of a nine-hour work day in place
of a ten-hour day, with the same pay,
went into effect. All the men will
get. paid according to their skill, as
heretofore, but the raise will come
in proportion t what thev were
earning before the new scale went in
to effect. The men fee! very much
pleased over the fact that no trouble
was experienced in securing the new
The Moline Naval lteservcs returned
home yesterday morning, after com
pleting their annual cruise on the
training ship Dorothea.
J. W. (Jood and O. II. Huntoon have
returned from Michilinda.
It's Quality That Counts
In Coal it's quality .that makes
"neat. It's quality that retains it, it
is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of
the combustible part of it, leav
ing a lig'ht, clean ash; lastly, it's
quality that lessens your fuel
bills you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unburnables. The coal
we handle both hard and soft de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
This is Simply
to remind yon that wo are sup
plying towels to the principal
business houses, offices, barber
shops, etc., in the three cities
and can supply your wants in
that line in amove satisfactory,
convenient and economical
manner than you can have it
done elsewhere. This is the
modern way of getting your
toilet supplies, and if yon are
not already a customer call us
up and we will be glad to call
and tell you all about it.
Tri-City Towel Supply Co..
40'. Drady St., Davenport, Iowa.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated under tlie Ws Per Cent Interest Paid
... State Law. -. on Deposits
. Morey Loaned on Personal Collateral or Eeal Estate Seeurity.
J. M. Buford, President. ' '
- John Crnbeugh, Vice President.
'"P. Greenawalt, Cashier. '
Besran the ' business Julr t. 1890,
and occuDvinc S. E. corner of Mitch
ell St Ljnde's new building.
M'CASKKIN & M'CASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Hock Island and Milan. Eock Is
land office in Bengston Block. Milan
office on Alam street.
II. C. Connelly. li. D. Connelly.
' CONNELLY fc CONNELLY
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas
drug store, corner of Second avenue
and Seventeenth street.
JACKSON, UUltST & STAFFORD,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Itock Island National
V. L. Ludolph. Kobert li. Reynolds.
LUDOLP1I & REYNOLDS,
. Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. 1705 Second
avenue, Buford block.
E. D. Sweeney. C. L. Walker.
SWEENEY & WALKER, r
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office in Bengston block.
C. J. Searle. C. B. Marshall.
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Mitchell & Lynde block.
Rock Island, Illinois.
M'ENIRY & M EN1RY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security,
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde, hankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office room, 12, Mitchell & Lynde
WILLIAM M. WALKER,
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. Real estate,
insurance. 1714 Second avenue.
JAMES FRANKLIN WITTER,
Attorney at Law.
Room 15, Mitchell & Lynde build
DR. COIiA EMERY HEED,
Special attention to diseases of
women and children, also diseases of
eye, ear, nose and throat. Office
hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
321 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
N. M. MOORE, M. D.
nours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to
4:00 and after 7:00 p. m.
Occulist and Aurist.
Out of city during August taking
post graduate study.
Graduated from Royal Institute,
Stockholm, Sweden. I'ractical med
ical massage and baths. Specialty
for rheumatism, nervousness and
paralj-sis. Removed from Library
bldg., Moline, to 514! Brady St., Dav
enport, Iowa. Telephone No. 9511.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours 8:30 to 12 m., 1:30 to
5:00 p. m. 219 Eighteenth street.
Opposite Union office. Telephone
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Second Floor.
Office hours F. M. Drack, 10 to 12
a. m., 4 to 5:30 p. m. George M.
Kerns, 2 to 4 p. m.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Fowers and Designs of all
kinds. City store, 1807 Second avenue.
R. R. Cable, P. Greenawalt,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
IL P. Hull, L. Simon, .
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford,
John Yolk. " ;
Solicitor J aeksun. and. Hoist.