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TIIE AHQTTS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1902.
U I K CTIOK CHnlCBUN,KlPt COifPAN V.
The Olil Reliable Repertoire
Organization , :,
VanDyke & Eaton Co
TEN NIGHTS IN
- ' A BAR. ROOM
Fun and Specialties Galore.
Ibices 10c. 20c. :ic. . Seat sale bow open
at Illinois Smoker (theatre building):
I if .:
One Night Only
Sunday, August 31.
William Gillett's Grcrt Play
Held By The Enemy,
The Greatest of Military Flays
Trices, 25, 35, 50 Cents.
Sale oien Saturday 9 a. in.
Labor Day, Monday, Sept. I.
McGill an.I Sbhnnan -present Um 1!.
Parker, Minnie Dixon-l'r.rktr and a
powertul supporting company in the
intensely interesting sensational so
For Home sxnd Honor
A wealt h ot beautiful special sceoerr.
novel aod startlinp scenic aud electri
cal effects', a story of uuusual interest.
Vr'.ce- 25. "5 a"n 5i rents,
seals on sale Sunday at y a. tn. at tlic Illi
Nature's Way to Health
Victor A. Bergland,
All acute ami chronic diseases
successfully treated without the
use of medicine.
Special attention given to cases
that have leen pronounced incur
able by other methods of treat
ment. Consultation and examination
Suite 2, Illinois Theatre Build
ing, Rock Island,' III.
. Publication Notice.
State or mtrrots, tM
Rock If) and County, f
In the circuit court, to the September term,
A. it- i5o'.
The Bick Hawk Homex'ead IIiUdl-.g Loan
&. Savins Aisoclution. co) plain ant,
Julia M. Spaulding and Enris G. Spaulding,
Bill to fi reeiose mortgage.
To ibe above named defeoilauts:
Affidavit of your non-restdeoee havlnic been
'filrtdinthe ofllee of tiis cleric ot said circuit
Rimrt. notice Is berebv civen to vo i cd e-ieb
of on that th-above named cooiolainant has
tiled In said court Us bill ot complaint against
you on the chancery Fide of sa;d court: a
summons in cnncery ui ueco utu ui o.m
cause against ycu. returnable to the next hep
tmHir. term of staid ROLrL to be becun mod
ho den at the court house In tte eitv of Kock
Island In said county and. state, beginning on
, the third Monday of September ,A, D. liC2
at which time and place wt will aprear nd
p ea4, answer or detr.ar to said bill of .com
plaint If yovi see fit. .
intted at Uock Island. EllaoU, August 6,
Uevibgl W.'Gambi.k.' bletk of'S'aid Court
SwitBstr & WiUiK, Solicitors for Complainant.
Petition to Hell Keal Estate to Pay Dbt.
State or Il'lnots. 1 - "
Rock IsiiDd County f
In the County Coun. July term. A. P 190i
Otto Uottsch. administrator of .the esta e of
Wl.helm Thleme. deeeased. petitioner, vs
Marl Tuteme. the unknown heirs or devise
of VVtlbelai Tbieme, deceased, the unknown
owner of outlot numb- r si ty Cie) in section
number thirty-nve (35) towi ship Lumber
eigntecn ( X) inortn rang numiier two ()
west or the 4ta p. m aeconung to the asses
sor pUt of A. U 18fi4 of lots, hub-lots and
out lot in the co-.intv of Kock I land and
state of Illinois, defendants petition for an
ordr to sell real estate to pair neots.
To the abovn nam- d non-resident defend
ants, the unknown heirs or dvisees of WU
blm Thleme deceased, the unknown owceis
of outlot number bixtv (50) in tectlon number
thirty fire (35) iowr silp number eighteen (H)
NTt'b range number two (2 we.t of the 4tQ
p. m. acco-dlcg to the assrssor s n'at of A
D. )86t of lots, sub .on and outtots in the ooun
ty of Rock -Bland and state ot Illinois.
AfflU vlt of your nou-rtsiaence and of the
non-reideuce of each of you having been
tile 1 in the above entitled cause in the ofnee
of the undersigned clerk of the county court
of the county of Rock Ulat.d and state of
I linols. you are hereby i ot;llcd that the
above nam'd petitioner has tiled in said court
his petitiot for ai orutr to sell said real's
tate to py the dabw of said t-atate 'ihat a
summons ba oeea issued in said eause aalESt
yo- returnable to the Jaiy term A. D. 12, of
said court, to be bKun a d h Jd-n in the
court house in the city of Kock sl.nd. la ld
county, in the state of Il.iuoU. on he first
Monday of July. A . IX V.m. that aald cause
baa been duly continued for service, and
you are hereb nouied to appear in sai4
court at the next September term of said
court r.n h neirunand held on the first Moid ay
of September a .U.,1 and to plead, answer
or demur -o S'tid petition as required by law,
or a default will be entered against you ac
cording to law.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this 22d day
of July,. A. D leo-i . ...
; Hbskt B Hubdakd,
Clerk of the County Court.
Swbicnkt & Walkir, Solicitors for pet I
. Uoner . -. ..... - . . . .
Concert and dancing ev- '
ry Sunday afternoon
and evening and Tliurs
DAVENPORT MILITARY BAND
Boat . leaves foot of Se v
enteentn str(t . every
hour, .making regular
KOCTXO TRIP lO CKXTS.
' CLATJS KTJEHL,
, - Manager.
I havo been in0 tSUArti:T?. axttt r.a
milil ami oiixctive luxativi li.ey urt riinviv won
derful. My daiiirht.'i HnJ J v.-crf joti.-t(! vita
Eirk stnmai'Ll ourlT.-atn wm t:-t l..l. Aflt-r
txkinL; n l.-.v ui Cssiir-'ts v. have iiuT'fi.vril
WwuilL-rluily. 1 ht-y art a fr. ut 1k1:Iu tliu liiiy''
V. i i.H f.lM IN . N"A'.f:t.,
lin Kitleuhou.io St.. Cincinnati, Ohia.
b w'i nssr For?
"ijT w ror ljtui
For Drunkenness and
T m it iTK-A r Drug Using.
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HfTr THE PARENT
QooU, livver SiirUcu, taou or t:r: ,. lis. lic.
81.rlliiz KfOfrfy toutpmnr, I1!rim, .&:rr..!, Vork. ?l 5
SIC T D5f P-''1 o'-.il ir'araiU-.i ul! lime
liU 1 V'uK cii tuCViU. Totttc- iUtit.
A Medical and Sur
Illinois X-Ray Infirmary
IN TIIE MITCHELL & LYJJDE
The fame f the medical staff of
the Illinois X Kay Infirmary, with
Dr. .T. Alvin Home as president, is
positively tinmatehed in the state by
that of any other bwdy of medical spe
cialists. Tliere is crood reason for this
they cure the most des-perate chronic
cases after they have been abandoned
by other physicians as incurable, and
their hig-h professional reputation is
These physicians treat a certain
class of diseases and conline their
practice to them alone.
They treat and cure all chronic, ner
vous and organic diseases of both men
Their methods of diagnosis and
treatment are scientifically in ad
vance of all ordinary methods in med
icine and surgery. They are masters
of all plvie weaknesses and diseases,
as they affect the male and female,
tX.Ktte A4i ;Vi.'V?i H H'
Emil Klafke has ciiiered suit
against 1he lielteiulorf Axle' company
for $1,000 damages. lie alleges that
in February, VJIVJ, be entered tlie em
ploy of the defendant company, and
while operating a punching machine
had occasion to remove a broken
punch. This was on March 15 last.
While so engaged he had both hands
crushed nesessitating the amputation
of a portion of each. The plaintiff
alleges carelessness on the part of
the defendant, lie gives his age as
22 years and his earning capacity ns
$40 per month. Hence he asks for
Ed Polnn and E l liennet, who ran
down Bernard McCandlass, a messen
ger boy of the Western Union Tele
graph company, Thursday evening
at 5 o'clock, were tried in the police
court yesterday and were lined $1 and
costs. The lad is one of the best
messengers in the ser ice. He was
run down near Second and I'erry
streets. His hip and ankle were in
jured in the accident, and his wheel
demolished. The charge against the
two men was that of reckless drivintr.
Chiquitu. "The Doll I.;idy. the small
est woman in the world." one of the
chief attractions at the Elks carni
val in Davenport in June, dissappear
ed Tuesday night at the Elgin car
nival. A rope ladder from her room
in the Cottage hotel showed bow she
and her husband escaped. 'Manager
linstock of the Carnival company de
clares that the jewels which Chiqnali
wore, valued at .:J.."o0 were his pro
perty, and is making an active search
for the parr.
A. H. 1!eiibs:wu. proprietor of the
Merchants lunch counter. iho re-
ceiitly purchased the l'arkhurst pro
perty on Urady street, has bought
out the Davis restaurant at "tT l'rady
street and will assume control of it
Sept. 1. It appears- that Mr. lleubsam
is- gwing into the restaurant business
on a wholesale plan.
The Home Card club enjoyed a
pleasant tinting and supper at Schuct
zefi park on Thursday evening. About
Hi members and frien is participated
in the eent. The out of town guests
were Mrs. Delaney and son. of Clin
ton, and Miss Ada Hartf. of New
Mrs. (I. Kawson AVade announces
the attractions she has secured for
th- second season of the tri-city con
cert course to begin Oct. T at the
Kurtis opera house. There are to be
three entertainments, the dates for
the other two being a day in Novem
ber to be decided on later and Feb.
2.1. The artisls secured are Mabelle
Crawford, soprano; Leon Marx, violin ;
Corouelia Appy. violinccllist : Frances
Hughes Wade, harpist; Alice Dutton
At will, pianist; (I. Kawson Wade,
baritone; Sara Anderson, soprano;
Joseph r.aerstcil, basso; Mine. IIcss
llurr. pianist; Elizabeth Ilia mere,
soprano; Edyth Evans Scully, con
tralto, ami the Hcss-l'.urr 'club, com
prising twelve people.
Hen Flynn, of 2!'J East Fourth
street, while placing a big light in the
Kunge & l'ctersens" building oirWest
Third street, near Warren Tuesday.
and of Neurasthenia (nervous ex
haustion). Premature Decline, Catarrh
in all its forms, Hemorrhoids "(piles),
and other Rectal Diseases, Rupture,
Varicose Veins, Affections of the
Heart, Lungs, Stomach, Liver, Kid
neys, Iiladder, etc. Women and men
alike prai.-e this medical staff.
Dr.'J. Alvin Home and his - staff
mar be seen and interviewed person
FREE MEDICAL SERVICE.
For a limited period Dr. Home and
his staff have determined to give
their services free to the afflicted
medicines excepted. These services
consist of consultation, examination
(including X-ray) and advice; also
minor surgical operations will be per
formed free of charge, when they are
found to be necessary. However, the
unusual skill of Dr. Home renders
surgical procedure a rare necessity.
Ills original methods have supplanted
surgery in very many diseases that
were formerly curable only through
the use of the knife.
Consultations and Examinations
are FREE at the ILLINOIS X-RAY
Wrife or call for free advice. Ad
J. Alvin Home, M. D.
And Associate Physicians.
Rooms 49, 50, 51, 53,' 54 ftDd 55,
Mitfhell & Lynde Uldg., Rock Island
Hours, J to 12, 2 to 5, 7 to 8. Sundays,
9 to 11 a. m
kmc m v,ct a Quisr.
Ta rw inc. ftf Ctm !U s) Cut
Publication Nottce -Jhaacery.
State ot Illinois, K,
ounty of Rook Island..
In the Circuit Court of said county to the
September term. A. U.. I9C3
Bjoma A Pearson vs Kenhardt Pearson. In
Affidavit of th unknown re1dence of Ber
nard t Pearson, ihe aoove numcd defendant
havinir been hied In the clerk a oSlee of the
circuit court of said county,- on the Uib day
or ugust, a. u.. iuu;
Notlce Is thercfori hereby Riven to the ald
Uutnown resident defendant. Uerha'dt fear
on, that the complainant tiled her bill of
complaint In said court, on the chancery Bide
thereof, on the utn day ol Auifiist, a. u.
IM2. and that thereuron a sumzions issued
out of said court wherein sd-ulk Is now
pendlnR. returnable on the third Monday in
the month, ot September next, as is by law
Now unless you. the na'd unknown resident
aerenaant aDove namea. Jiccaaiut 1'earson,
shall personally be and appear before the
laid circuit court on the Qtst day of the next
term thereof, to be holdec at Rock Island, In
and for said county, on the third Monday in
Septemner sext, and plead, answer or de
mur to the said complainant's bill ot com
plaint, the name and the manors and thing
.herein charged and stated will te taken
as confessed, and a decree entered against
you ccordnc to the payer of sa'd out ,
Gioroi W. UAkULt, niroult Clerk
Rock Island. UL. August l. If02.
HcKxisr & Mcnikt, Complainant's Solid
Too can be cured of a.ny form of tobacco nug
easily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full ol
new life and vigor by taking MO'TO-BAC,
that makes weak men strong. Many gam
teu pounds in ten dars. Over 6 00,000
l . , ... aiiuiu)(ki". v.ure riiariDimi. Book
let and advice Ir'KEB. 'Address STERLING
Don't Be Fooled!
Take the g nulne, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made rn!y Madison Media
cine Co.. Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trad
mark cot on each package,
Price, 35 cents Never sol4
In . bulk. Accept no aubstl
no tsu tvte ak your orngguu
a sears m
had the misfortune to have one' of
his forefingers crushed ty reason of
the slipping of the pane. Dr. Porter
attended him and amputated the dig
it at the second joint.
At 8 o'clock Thursday evening Jus
tice J. S. Altman united in marriage
it his ollice opposite the court
house, Howard (Jreen and Miss Nicic
Hums, both colored, l'oth of the con
tracting parties are residents of this
Louis Eland has instituted a suit
for $15,000 damages against the D.
Rothschild Craiu company. For
ause of action he alleges that on
March IS he was employed by the de
fendant company in its elevator on
Davie street. His duties on that par-
icuiar nay consisted in the propell
ing of a car by means of a lone rone
shod with an iron hook, the other
end of which was wound around the
I in in of a powerful machine which is
operated with a lever. He alleges
that the rope used was not of a good
md substantial kind, ami that the
private railroad tracks had not been
inspected for a long time previous to
March H. The plaintiff alleges' that
while operating the propelling ma-
nine in the elevatoi, which was poor
ly lighted, at 5 o'clock in the evening
met with an accident. His hand
was crushed between the drum and
the rope aro-iud which it was wound.
md his arm broken in four places.
He states that he is ."..I years of aire.
md guages his earning capacity at
The suit brought by Edward J.
Dahnis against Leo S. (iadient. asking
for an order of the district court
losing up the tladicnt saloon at
Seventh and .ilarquette streets, as a
nuisance by reason of its non-compliance
with the mulct law, was set
tled out of court yesterday by the
withdrawal of the action, Mr. (iadient
agreeing to conduct his place in an
orderly manner and to keep women
members of his family from working
in and about the bar room. Mr. Ca
lient pays the accrued costs said to
In $(i.::n. Thus a sensation in court
circles has been closed within a few
lays after it was announced. If tin
settlement had not taken place a
hearing would have been had on a pe
tition for an injunction before Judge
Wolfe today. It is understood that
a motion to dismiss would have been
made bv (ieorge W. Scott, as attor
ney for Mr. (iadient. on the ground
that Mr. Dahnis, beluga minor, could
not brin suit in court except by his
legal guardian or next friend.
W. M. Chamberlin as the attorney
for Elizabeth Heinsworth yesterday
brought an action in the district
court for $.".0Ut damages against
Charles Seaman. Mrs. Hemsworth,
who was recently married to Abra
ham Hemsworth. alleges that on the
first day of. May of ihe present year
Mr. Seaman falsely, slanderously and
maliciously ealed her a dirty low
woman and there and then assaulted
her, maliciously accusing her of try
ing to poison her husband.
Chief Martens has received word
from the chief of police of Darling
ton to the effect that the body found
in the river recently opposite the
down river city, has been identified
by J. F. Schultz of Davenport as being
that of. Jergen Stahnier of Daven
port. Mr. Stahnier, it will be re
membered, was missed by his rela
tives in this city some six weeks ago
and had been supposed to have fallen
into the river or thrown himself into
it with suicidal intent.
The Muscatine Mystery.
There has been no new light thrown
on the mysterious juman muruer
near Muscatine. The officers are at
-ca. No clue is in their possession
and they are feeling around and work
ing in the dark. The mystery seems
to deepen and the man who tele
phoned to Dr. Morgridge's ollice, the
man who told .ludson and the Wright
boys about the murder, and Williams,
the suspect, have all disappeared as
completely as if the earth had
opened and swallowed them up. it is
said, however, that one clue is being
traced to the very end, but whether
or 'not it will amount to anything
remains to be seen.
All Were Saved.
"For years I suffered such nntold
misery from bronchitis," writes J
II. Johnston, of Broughton, Ga., "that
often I was unable to work. Then,
wIkmi everything else failed, I was
wholly cured by Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption. My wife
suffered intensely from asthma, till it
cured her, and all our experience
goes to show it is the best cronp
medicine in the world." A trial will
convince you it's unrivaled for throat
and lung diseases. Guaranteed bot
tles 50e and $1.00. Trial bottles free
at Hartz & Ullemeyer's.
Many persons in this community are
suffering from kidney complaint, who
could avoid fatal results by using
Foley's Kidney Cure. All druggists.
Mother Yes, one package makes
two quarts of baby medicine. See di
rections. There is nothing just as
good for babies and children as Rocky
Mountain Tea. 33 cents. T. II. Thom
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all
diseases arising from disordered
kidneys or bladder. All druggists.'
.All the news "all the" time The
C. W. Mapes left for Springfield
1'. F. Towndrow is on a business
trip to Chicago.
-Mrs. Fred Wheelock is visiting the
Engle family in Orion.
Mrs. A. L. Dimock is visiting in
Rert Skinner has returned from a
few days' visit in Iowa City.
E. II. Skinner, of Cleveland, Ohio,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dewend.
Earl Tarbox is in lies Moines at
tending the state fair.
Mrs. Henry Wehrend has returned
from a vacation which . she spent at
Mrs. l'arker Iwis, who has been
visiting Mrs. Frank Stoift, returned
Thursday afternoon to her home in
Mrs. Catherine Reese and Mrs. Her
bert Altz and daughter Lyla returned
from a month's visit spent in va
rious points in Iowa.
Misses Merle and Zclla Mctealf, of
Mt. Vernon. Iowa, are here visiting
at the home of Rev. M. V. I'riini
baker. . They are sisters of Frank
(Just I'd departed Friday for the
Augustana hospital at Chicago to
remain there at least a week with
his daughter, who has had an opera
tion performed on her foot.
Miss Edith Rroomhall. who ha:
spent the summer in England, arrived
last evening. She will be at the
home of W. II. Richards 1his winter
Miss Genevieve Lyford departed last
evening for Jlawarden, Iowa, near
Sioux City, where she is to have
supervision of the kindergarten work
in the nllic schools, this year.
After not sleeping a wink for
seven (lavs and niiriits and laboring
under the thought that he was not in
his home. Swan Anderson. 111
Fourth avenue, jumped out of his
bed at noon yesterday and tied out
on the railroad tracks almost nud
Luckily it was just at noon when
the boarders were at home so that
he was quickly caught. Two weeks
ago he was taKcu ill with typhoid
fever. Since then he has been
steadtlv growing worse and for sev
en nights Mrs. Swanson has been
compelled to have two men in his
room to hold him as he has been tl
lirious most of the time. He w
taken to the hospital.
William Johnson, of Eighteenth
street and Seventh avenue, yesterday
while at work at Sechler's. caught
his right hand in a plainer, badly
cutting it and amputating one linger
at the tirst joint. Thirteen stitches
were taken in it. When asked if the
operation pained him he nonchalcnt
ly remarked. "Oh. it hurt a little."
Stacey Albert, infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Sellmer. of 121!) Fourth
street, died at T:::o o'clock Thursday
evening after a brief illness with dys
entery resulting in spasms. 'The boy
was born in this city Jan. 2S. 1001.
On account of the illness of Mrs. Sell
mer, the funeral was held privately
at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Rev. Dr.
Pert Roberts, who lives near Natick,
had a close call Thursday evening. He
was riding down the railroad tracks
on his bicvele when a Rock Island
passenger train approached from b
hind and he could not get. out of the
way in time to prevent the rear wheel
of the bicycle from being struck by
the engine and demolished. He him
self was unhurt.
The Kindergarten association has
made arrangements to open the free
schools for children in connection
with the, public schools next Monday
the only change being that one
school will be moved. The class in
the Methodist chapel in Daebelliehn's
addition will be transferred to Olivet
ehanel on Twenty-sixth street. The
association again assumes the bur
den ff their maintenance, though
President Mrs. II. A. Ainsworth says
that their plans for raising the mon
ey arc not yet formulated. The
schools will be in the following loen
tuins: Congregational church. Miss
Nellie Anthony; Willard school. Miss
Frances Reid; Garfield school. Miss
Irene Wilson; Olivet ' chapel. Miss
With,the success of the proposition
to transfer the membership of the
Scandinavian Mutual Aid association
to the Skandia Mutual Life Insurance
society, the probability is that C- 1L
Roman"" will retite as secretary of the
board of education to accept the sec
retaryship of the new organization.
In fact, he is the secretary now, serv
ing merely while the Skandia society
was placed on its feet, and at the or
ganization meeting of the board of di
rectors Thursday afternoon he was
again tendered the position. Definite
desision will not be made till the
next meeting of the board of direc
tors when the salary will be fixed, for
Mr. Roman's decision rests on the
compensation that will be offered to
justify him to make the change.
Is the one that does the. most good for
its pupils, that fits the students for the
highest sutccess in life and helps them to
attain that success. We liclieve that
Our faculty has the inclination, ihe desire and the
ability to help our students whil. in school and
c.ftcr leaving school. If you will come to this school
for :t trial term of ten weeks, you will be pleased
with the results, will complete the ejursc and se
cure a good position.
CO. BENTLEY, Principal.
Enroll Monday and start in at the bejfinnintr of the
fall term, which opens Tuesday morning;. Ollice
open from S a. m. till 9 p. m.
Brown's is the school you hear so niiidi iiboiil.
4 1 11 I I 1 -M-M-frl--fr4- fM -Mlr-'
ECONOMY DENTAL JZmD: ?
t From Opposite Harper Hons
1610 1-2 Second Avenue. 7 vi &i-
rtC CL3 RKttn, f" At-ipjirtTS mz t
DIAMOND JO I INT. FTKAMKRS For
Clinton, Dubuijue. St. Paul and points
Steamer PUliruUF. Aug. i 10 a. m.
For Muscatine. Rurlincton. Ktokulc. Quia
cy, St. I.ouis anu joints between
Steamer SIDNEY, Aug. -JC. 9 a. m.
For passeccer and freipbt rates inquire of
UKOIWK I-AMONT. Agent.
Orflce tin Seventeenth Strett. Tel. West
ACME PACKF.T CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all points Wtween.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
J. R. JOHNSTON. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
catine. New Boston, lieithsburg. Oquaw
ka and Hurlington
. . The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4
The steamer W. J. YOUNG
Every-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
11:30 a. m.
Arriving in Burllnpton at 8:15 p. m.
Parties can co to Muscatine on the Helen
Blair at 4 p. in. Monday, Wednesdav and Fri
day and return on the W. J. Young at 11:30
p. m., same day
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us before goin"; elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothln; but the lest of matctial and
our work is guaranteed to m tirst
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and see our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit In all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices lielow.
Cement fillings 25C
Bone filling 2SC
Platinum filling 30C
Silver fillings. SOC
Gold fillings, $1 and up $ 1.00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5.00
$15 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over SpeideFa Drur Ptor.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate f Rachel Tamer, deceased.
ruovllo notice is hereb siren that the under
sltrned, administrator, Dth' day filed bis
nnai repoit and settlement as sucn in
the county court of Rock IMa'd rounty. and
that an or'er has been, natered by afd
court approving the said rerx rt, unless
objections thereto or cause to tbe contrary
be shown on r . bfo e the sih d;iy ot
Sepemer . 1 . uoi and ukoii the final ap
proval of Raid report tbe said administrator
will ask for an oroerof d.'stribution and will
also aaK to be discharged All persots inter
ested are n-n I lied to a' tend .
Kock Island, iii., August l. 1902
W. K. FKK,
THE TRAVELERS' GCIOF.
'mail1 i ay
CHICAGO. R 'CX ISLAND
& Pacltlo Pallway Tickets
pun K -iir.h.a.crt at ritf
TSlC Ticket office, 1813 Second are-
nue, or (J, K, t e. depot
tirin arJcue inni oi iiin
first street Pco'!1 brauch depot, foot of
1 wentietb street. Krask li. Plumjier. C. 1 A.
t 7:00 pm
t 9.5.1 pm
t 8: 5 am
t 6:52 m
t A -5 pm
t e:0 am
t 3 .SI pm
t 9 35 am
r 4:.'0 pm
KOCK. l'USUAND CKBIA III VISION
Trains leave Twemiei h street station Main
line traius start from mtia depo. on Fifth
avenue iO minutes In advance of time irlven
jenver Limited Sl 0:slia..
ft. worth. Denver K. "J
tOmaba & Minneapolis ..
Colorado & Omaha
Drs Moines A. Omana
Denvt r. Line In & Omaha
Pes Moines Express
St Paul & JV Itneanolis
Denver. Ft. Worth & K. P.
;Ro( k Islnudb Washiniton IrOf ptn
Chie;D & DesMoiLes 2:15 pm
Rock Island . Brooklyn Ac s:: pm
tOmaha & Koek Island....." huh pm
El l'aso & San Francisco. i: 0 pin
dar Rpkis. 'I ipmn I0:I0 inn
, 4::9 a ii.
t 5:50 am
t 7.50 a-r
! 1.-J0 pm
; :: 40 aaa
' 2:1 XifT.
! 3:40 am
Peoria. Sprlrnfleld. St. L,
?eor:a, Sprintrfleld. Indian
Irpvjn. St. Ix?uls
feorta, lndianapolui. Cin
Cable .t herrard accom
CaHle & Sheirard Accotn
8:05 ami 9 43 pm
t-45 pm ti:55 pm
I 11:15 am
4:li e.ra il:SS pm
1 1:30 put t':20pm
' t-t:38 am
lay. Phone West 1093,
"MJaUy. xcept Sun
West 11--S, West H2X
SU Louis, SprlnKlield.
Galesburg, Peoria aud
Sterling. Mendota and
?eoria. iieardstown. Bur-
UcKton, Denver and
?t. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacidc
sterling and points In
termediate 4ast Mollne (suburban) . .
ubuque, - Clinton, La
Crosui, F t Paul, Minn
and N. W
Ilnmn. Ihihnnnp.. nnrt
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, A gent.
FRANK A. HART.
Passseocer A pent.
s6::0 am j
12 iO pm ;tl2:ll pm
7 00 aro
Clinton and Intermediate! s7 00 am
7 (X) pm
8. Stop at t oc); Island "-5 minutes for meais,
Dall7 tDiliv except Suuday.
J & St. Paul R.llway. D.,
R. I. & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport d Milwaukee will run
via Duveuport. Chnton and S,:mna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east aid west.
rt urn rfnTJ:
Duriuiue and St. Paul Pas
senger A ccommodatlon
bubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
All trains datlv except Hindav
Pabllcatlon Notice Chancery.
State er Illinois, M
Rock Island t'.oontv. f M
In the Circuit Court of said Couniy. Septem
ber term, A. D. 1902
Calvin L Girls vs Fdward Heyl. Pertha Reyl.
Augus-un Heyl. John Hel. Jr.. Klien Heyl,
Sebastian Scheil, Christine Schell. in
Afndavltof th non-rcidence of the said
Edward Heyl. Bertha Heyl Augustus 6vl,
Jcbn Heyl, Jr. and F.lb.n Heyi. implesded
wito the above defendct, Seba.tian Schell
and ChrLstine Schell lj,avirur been tiled in the
clerki office of the circuit court Of said
county, notice Ls therefore hereby given
to the said non-resident defeniants that
the complainant filed bis bill of complaint
In a id court, on tbo chancery side thereof,
on the I2'b dy of A ust. A. D-. lyOi and
tht thereupon a summoes Issued out of
said court, wherein Bad suit is now pend
ing returnable on the third Monday in tbe
mr.nt.bof septemner net, aula by law re
quired Now. unless you. the said non-resl-oent
defeodants above named. Vdwrd Heyl,
Bertha Hevi. Aucustus lieyl. John Heyi, Jr.,
cd Eiien ileyl. shall per.onally be and appear
before said circuit court, on he limt day of
tbe next term thereof, to be bolden at Rook
Island fa and for ihe st d county, on the third
Monday in Sep'errber next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complainant's bill
of comp'nint. the sime and the matter an4
tbiass therein charged and wiated wUl te
taken as confew'd, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
Gforgs W. Gambi.k, Clerk.
Rfvctc Ts'and, Illinois, Aug. 12. 1902.
Ska kj.k A UAktHAix, Complainant's Solid
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