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: Tonight. -
Monday Sept. I.
Gala Labor Day Attraction
Mcoilll and Sbipmaii' present Lem B.
Parker J Minnie Dixon-Parker and a
powerful supporting company in the
intensely interesting sensational so
t -. . i
For Home a.nd Honor
A wealth of beautiful special scenerv,
novel and startlingscenlc and electri
cal effects, a story of unusual interest.
Prices-2ft, 35 and SO cents.
Seats on sale Sunday at 9 a. ni. at- the Illi
nois Smoker. ,
Btate or Illinois, .
Rock Island Count, f
In the circuit court, to the September term,
a. U- iwr.
The Black Hawk Homestead Building Loan
tt Saving Association, complainant,
Julia M Spauldlng and Ear la G. 8paul41bg,
Bill to fc redone mort grape.
To tke above named defenaaata:
Affidavit of your non-residence having been
Hied in the office of lha clerk of said circuit
oourt, notice is hereby gives to yo hod e tch
-ef tou that above named complainant has
Hied in said court its bill of complaint against
you . oa the chancery side -of . said court: a
summors in chancer ban been baued In said
cause against your returnable to the next Sep
tember tennot said court, to be beun and
hoiden at the court bouse in the cltv of Rock
Island in said county and state, beginning on
the tbird Monday of September A D. 1102
at which time and place you will appear nd
piead, answer or demur to said bill, of com
plaint if you see fit
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois. August 0,
Gkui W. Gmai.a. Cle-k of Said Court
Swiinit & Wilkih, solicitors for Com
plainant. Petition to Sen Bear Estate to Fay D-bta.
State of nilnola, J
Rock Island County f -Is
the County Court. July term, A. D 190.
OttoUottsch administrator of the esta e of
WThelm Thleme, deceased, petitioner, vs
Man Toieme. the unknown hlrs or devises
ot Wllhelm Tbieme. deceased, the unknown
owner of outlotnuo.b r slaty (60) In section
number thirty-ave (35) township cumber
eighteen (8) North rarge number two (2)
west of the 4to p. m according to the asses
sor's plat of A. 1 1861 of lots, tub lots and
out-lot in the county- of Rock I-land and
state of Illinois, .detecdanta petition for an
. order to sell real estate to pa Sots.
To the above n&nvd non-resident defer d
ants. the unknown bei-a or Oviaees Zrt Wii-hf-lm
I sleme deceased, the ucknown owneis
of outlot number aixtv (60) In aeetlan number
thirty five (3.S) township number eighteen (.8)
f rth rcge number two (2) we-t of the 4th
p. zn. aoco'dlng to the arau ssox'a o'at of A
D. Ib6t of lots, sub lot 4 and outtots In the cjun
ty of Rock island and state of Illinois.
Affidavit ot your noa-rsldence and of the
non-residence of each of you having been
fllel In the above entitled cause in the office
Of the undersigned elerk of the county oourt
of the county of Rock Ilar.d and slate of
Illinois, you are h.reby 1 011 Bed that the
above nam-d p-itlUoner ha fiWd In said court
his petition for ai order to sell taid rcai s
tate to pay the debts of .aid state 'ihat a
summons has been issued In said cause against
you, returnable to the Jaly term A. D. 19t 2. of
said court, to be begun aid b 'd-n la the
court house in the cltv of K001 slnd. In Stld
county, in the state of Il.inoi-t on 1 he first
Monaay or July. A . u. iwus, trial n;a cauae
has been duly continued fir rerviue. acd
you are bereb no:ilid to aipear In sad
oourt at the next September term of said
court to be begun and held on the first Moi day
of September A.D..1KIM and to plead, answer
or demur 10 said petition a 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 1902.
HlSET B HUBBARD,
Clerk of the Couaty Court.
Swkxet & Walker, Solid tors for peti
tioner It's Quality That Counts
In Coal it's quality that makes
heat, 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 light, 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 patrona say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
BIG FOUR ROUTE
TUESDAY SEPT. 16
And other points In Ohio and Indiana
on the f'Big Four." :.ll. tickets good
returning 30 davs from date of sale.
ALLEN M. NYE, T. P. A. -
r( x K,
No matter -what may be
the name or the cause, if
you. are subject to headache
in any form, you are natu
rally more interested in
knowing how to prevent and
cure it. Tjhe next time your
head aches get. a box of
They do CUTS headache
and pain in all forms.
old by all dru;clhts.. Trice Sc.
"For nervous end sick licadnche we
consider. Dr. Miles' Pain Pills the best
remedy that we have ever tried. " Mrs.
11 arm an has found the most severe
attacks yield immediately to their cura
tive influence" Rev. T. II. II arm AN,
Dr. MUes Medical Co., EUhart, Ind.
Cured by the Expert Spe
cialists of the
Illinois X-Ray Infirmary
In the Mitchell & Lynde
The fame of the medical staff of
the Illinois X Kay Infirmary, with
Dr. J. Alvin llorne as president, is
positively unmatched in the state by
that of any other body of medical spe
cialists. There is good reason forthis
they cure the most desperate chronic
cases after they have been abandoned
by other physicians as incurable, and
their high professional reputation is
These physicians treat "a certain
class of diseases and confine 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 pelvic weaknesses and diseases,
as they affect the male and female,
'. , .1"- It! -
and of Neurasthenia (nervous ex
haustion), Premature Decline, Catarrh
in all its forms, Hemorrhoids (piles),
and other Kectal Diseases, Rupture,
Varicose Veins, Affections of the
Heart, Lungs, Stomach, Liver, Kid
neys, Bladder, etc. Women and men
alike praise this medical staff.
Dr. J. Alvin Horne and his staff
may be seen and interviewed person
ally. FREE MEDICAL SERVICE.
For a limited period Dr.- Home and
his staff have determined to five
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. Horne renders
surgical procedure a rare necessity.
His 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
Write or call for free advice. Ad
dress j. Alvin Home, 171. D.
And Associate Physicians.
Rooms 40, 50, 51, 53, 54 and 55,
Mitchell & Lynde T.ldg., Rock Island.
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5, 7 to 8. Sundays,
9 to 11 a. no
Do N'T Be Fooled.
i Take tfa. genaln. artglaa
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TCA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co., Madison, Wis. It
kerps yoa well. Oar trad,
murk cut on each pack. g a.
Price, 35 cents. Never sold
In bulk. Acceot no aubstle
Mwtuniiiu tutc. Ask ymr dranUU
With the conclusion, of the Labor
day exercises will begin those of the
Iowa state firemen's tournament.
For four days beginning tomorrow,
Davenport will be visited by thou
sands of people who desire to see
the exercises which will be held at
the mile track, and in which hose
companies from all over the state
will .participate. There vill be
scores of companies from outside
cities which w'ill participate with
their apparatus in the parade of
Wednesday and jn the contests nt the
The socialist state, congressional,
judicial and county conventions- will
be convened at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning at the small hall at Turner
hall. State Organizer A. W. Ricker,
formerly of Fremont, now of Grand
River, Iowa, will call the meeting to
order, and will also make an ad
dress. The football season of the local
high school will soon be on in full
force. Tomorrow the team will
start its regular practice work, un
der Victor Littig. The signals have
already been given to Captain Hal
lard and he expects to have the team
in condition for the first game, which
is thought will be played in about
The People's Construction company
Saturday was awarded the. contract
for the extensive work, exclusive of
the actual paving of Fifth street,
which is to be done by the Rock Isl
and road on the completion of its
elevation work. This includes the
lowering of the streets, sidewalks
and curbs, and the street intersec
tions, the lowering of the Harrison
street sewer, the paving of the im
mense platform in front of the de
pot, which will be pa veil with brick,
the driveway leading to the depot,
and other street work to be done in
putting everything in handsome shape
for the new grades.
Miss Clara Ellis left Sunday for
Huston, Mass., after spending sev
eral days with her brother J. S. Kllis,
in the Warner Hats. Miss Ellis is go
ing to teach in a college at Doston
during the coming winter.
George E. Hubbell has conveyed to
John Carlin the Fejevary farm lo
cated out on the Probst ei road, which
is one of the best farms located in
icott county, and adjoining the Felix
Hirschl farm, for the eonsiueration
Al llass of Company U, has re
signed his position with the Gettel
mann ltvewing company, and accept
ed one with the People's Power and
Light company, as collector and me
Col. and Mrs. A. L. Mitchell and
daughter Grace have returned from a
10-weeks vacation trip. While her
parents were in Minneapolis visiting
their married daughter, Miss Grace
took a trip through the east and vis
ited friends in 'ew York and Mar
Guy T. Ahrens after a visit to
Copenhagen and Ilrenien, and with
relatives at Eutin, Germany, is now
on his way home, and expected when
he last wrote to land in New York
Most of the Davenport public
schools wijl open tomorrow for the
new term. School Xo. C and school
Xo. 9, however, will not reopen until
Monday Sept. 8, the additions to
BEST FOP THE
If yon haven't a regular, hen'thy movement of the
bowel, every day, von' re IUorwUi be. Keep your
bowel, open, and be well. Force, In tlie hap of
violent phyaie or pill polaon, la aangoroaa. The
smoothest, eaaiest, tnoat perfect way of keeping
tlia bowels clear and clean U to take
EAT 'CM LIKE CANDY
Pleeeant, Palatable. Potent, Tenta Good. Pe
?noi. Never Slck'n. Woakon or Onii 10, and
SO eenra prrboi. Write for free sample, and book
let on healtb. Adilrca. " e3
Starlkio Remedy Company, Chicago r Now Tort.
KEEP YGUR BLOOD CLEAN
roo cu nccirea ox any iqito 01 toe a ceo uctoK
easily, be made well, Mron, magnetic, full c3
new uie ana vigor oy talcing mil- IO-BA O.
that makea weak men strong. Many jria
ten pounds- in ten days. Over BOO . O O O
cured. All drugjtista. Cure iruarmrr1. Book
let and advica FRKB. Address STE&XINQ
BJULBDT CO, Chicago or Mew York, 437 .
TREYTA1TC VERY d
those schools not having yet been com
pleted. The schools will be Teady on
the 8th, however, and the scholars
will be expected 'to report for their
studies then. The Ida institute re
opens tomorrow and so do the Daven
port parochial schools. Thp Im
maculate Conception academy ami
St. Ambrose "college will open Sept.
9, and Saint Katherine's Hall Sept.
Cla us- Feterson left today for Los
Angeles, Cal., after spending several
weeks in Davenport.
Clerk Creek reports 95 new cases
filed up-to 5 o'clock last Friday after
noon, which was the last day of ser
vice for the September term of eourt.
Of these 20 are divorce cases. All of
them will appear on the docket for
the September term of court.
Mrs. Anna Gallagher, of this city,
has been advised of the death of her
father, Thomas Royle, which occur
red Thursday, at Geneseo, at the age
of 77 years. The deceased was a na
tive of llelfast, Irelund, and came to
this country in 1851. He was married
to Elizabeth Cronin in 1865, and they
had- six children: Mrs. Anna Gal
lagher, of Davenport; Mrs. Cather
ine Hannon. of Xorth English, Iowa;
and Mary, Ellen, Margurite and Celia
Saturday K. T. Van der Yagt re
turned to Davenport after a year's
visit in Europe.
The J. C. H. P. team was defeated
at the fair grounds diamond yester
day afternoon by a picked team, the
score being 3 to 4.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans, Two fast
trains dai . -
Only through car line to Asheville,
X. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Yellowatone Park and Return 'JO.
The C, 11. fc Q. railway will have on
sale Sept. 1 to 11, inclusive, tickets to
Yellowstone Park and return, includ
ing 5Vs day trip in the park, and re
turning, leaving there not later than
Sept. 19. Tickets at rate of $70. Go
ing and returning via St. Paul or Hil
lings, or vice versa.
Inquire at any C H. & Q. ticket of
fice, or telephone Xo. 1599.
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Yellowatone Park and Itetnrn BTO. .
The C, H. & Q. railway, will have on
sale Sept. 1 to 11, inclusive, tickets to
Yellowstone Park and return, includ
n day trip in the park, and re
turning, leaving there not later than
Sept. 19. Tickets at rate of $70. Go
ing and returning via St. Paul or Hil
lings, or vice versa.
Inquire at any C, B. & Q. ticket of
fice, or telephone Xo. 1599.
"I have been troubled with my
stomach for the past four years."
says D. H. Beach, of Clover Xook
Farm, Greenfield, Mass. "A few days
ago I was induced to buy a box of
Cbamlerlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets. I have taken part of them
and feel a great deal better." If you
have anytrouble with your stomach
try a box of these tablets. You are
certain to be pleased with the result.
Price 25 cents. For sale by all drug
gists. For a bilious attack take Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
a quick cure is certain. For sale by
Take Care of the Stomach.
The man or woman whose digestion
is perfect and whose stomach per
forms its every function is never sick.
Kodol cleanses, purifies and sweetens
the stomach and cures positively and
permanently all stomach troubles,
indigestion and dyspepsia. It is the
wonderful reconstructive tonic that
is making so many sick' people well
and weak people strong by conveying
to their bodies all of the nourishment
in the food thi'y eat. Kev. J. II. Hol
laday, of Holladaj-, Miss., writes: Ko
dol has cured me. I consider it the
best remedy 1 ever used for dyspep
sia and stomach troubles. I was giv
en up by physicians. Kodol saved my
life. Tnke it after meals. All drug
gists. ARE YOU TROUBLED WITH INDI
GESTION? Indigestion or Dyspepsia ta the
cause of more ailments than any oth
er disease. The stomach la unable to
digest the food, and It remains, clog
ging up the digestive organs, stopping
circulation and disorganizing the ner
vous system. Stum-Ac-Olds will make
things right. They cure. dyspepsia by
helping the stomach In the work of
digestion. 50 cents. Coated tablet.
T. H. THOMAS. Leasing Druggist.
For Over Sixty Tearr '
Mrs. 'VYinsIow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, soften the gums,
allays all pain, cure wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Avoid serious results of -kidney or
bladder disorder by taking Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by all druggists.
J. P. Leyson has returned from
, . W
i Gust Lindquist is visiting friends
in Burlington, Iowa.
Mrs. Beder Wood and her two sons
returned Saturday morning from
Mrs. G. L. Benson returned Satur
day from a visit to Des Moines.
Miss Gladys Ford is home from a
visit in Orion with Cora Anderson,
J. J. .Toslin, who has been here for
several weeks, left Saturday for his
Dr. and Mrs. Arp entertained Fri
day evening a few friends in honor af
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson, of Lex
ington, Kv., who are visiting here.
Mr. and Mrs. XV. T. Ball and family
entertained Friday evening -a few
friends in honor of the coming nup
tials of Dr. Bennett and Miss Helen
Mrs. S. M. Hill and family, who
have spent the summer in a cottage
on Long Island and later in a sum
mer residence uear Boston, arrived
home Friday evening.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Henry A
Schumacher, 1614 Third avenue, cele
brated her birthday anniversary by
entertaining her children and grand
children, who assembled at her home.
She is 85 years old.
Harry Olson departed Saturday
for Kansas City, where he will repre
sent the local association of the Na
tional Association of Postoffice
Clerks No. 189 at the national con
Clyde Wood, of 282S Eighth avenue,
was surprised Friday evening by 30
of his friends. They spent a jolly
evening and before leaving present
ed Mr. Wood with a handsome ring
Delicious refreshments were served,
A very pleasant surprise took place
at the home of Martin Metzgar, 151S
Fifteenth street, when he was made
the victim of a surprise party by his
children, the occasion being in hon
or of his birthday. During the even
ing a nice supper was served.
Tt will be pleasing news to the many
who are awaiting the opening of the
new street car line to East Moline
to learn that everything is favorable
to the beginning of operations with
in two or three weeks. Such is the
condition of things, as all arrange
ments have been made for power,
etc.', and little remains to be done be
fore' the cars begin to turn their
The handsome gold medal which
was offered a few months ago by the
management of the Brunswick alleys
to the lady making the highest aver
age score in five consecutive games
has been awarded to Mrs. Mary Robe
son, whose highest average was 153.
The offer was good until the last or
August. C. W. Sandstrom has been
awarded a box of cigars for the high
est average score in three consecu
tive games, his average being 1S6 2-3,
and today cash prizes will lie
award to the four persons having
made the highest scores during Au
gust. The prizes are: $3, $2, $1. and
50 cents. These prizes will hereafter
be awarded everv week.
Larry McKinney had the surprise
of his life Friday morning on Tenth
street, while he was wending his way
to his daily work as moulder for the
Moline Plow company. He met his
brother Thomas McKinney, whom he
had not seen for thirty years. They
were both mere slips of boys when
they separated. Larry did not recog
nize the stranger when he saw him
approaching him with his two little
daughters. The trio had come all
the way from Thomas's home in Mon
tana. Thomas, who was on his waj
to Larry's house to see him, was on
the lookout for him, and therefore
recognized him. He had taken the
precaution to telegraph Larry that he
was coming, but he got in before the
telegram had been delivered, and
therefore it was that Larry was
starting ftr work as usual. It. is
needless t say that Larry changed
his mind about working that day.
and that he wheeled about and es
corted Thomas and his little girls
home. Thomas is now a mine fore
man in Montana, and he reports
grejtt prosperity and good wages in
his region. Five to six dollars a day
is not an unusual wage out there he
says. He will remain in Moline for
two or three weeks. Thomas is a
The resignation of C. II. Boman as
secretary of the board of education
was accepted Saturday at a special
meeting of the members and Mrs.
Emily McCurdy chosen acting secre
tary. Mr. Boman goes to- Chicago
tomorrow to assume the active man
agement of the secretary's office in
the new Scandia Mutual Life Insur
ance company. He will retain mem
bership in the board of education,
as a resignation would nerssitate a
special eleetioi. He will reaign lie
fore the. spring election next April.
Mr. Boman will not move his family
to Chicago for several months and
probabry not before a year.
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f Out ir Price
Everything must go. We haven't the space to mention
our numerous bargains, but here are a few we quote you:
Men's Oxfords, $3 grade, at "$2.25
Men's Oxfords, $2.50 grade, at $2!00
Men's Oxfords, $3 grade, at SL65
Men's Oxfords, $1.50 grade, at i $1.15
Ladies' Oxfords, $2 grade, at $1.49
Ladies' Oxfords, $1.73 grade, at $1.35
Ladies Oxfords, $1.50 grade, at $1.15
Ladies' Oxfords, $1.25 grade, at 99c
Children's Oxfords and Slippers at any price. Men's, Ladies' and
Children's Shoes cut in same proportion.
George F. ScHmtkle. Prop.
1705 Second Avenue.
Special Sjmmer Wine SoJe
For one month, from Aujr. 1 -to Sept. 1 we will
sell, just to introduce our stock to the people, a 2,
CO cent bottle of rlne Claret or Port wine for 25 X
cents. This makes a line summer diinlc.
Don't wa.it bit come in now
and see ovir stock. J
Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue. T
niAMOSD JO LINE ST GAMERS For
- Clinton, Dubuque, St. Paul and points
For Muscatine. Burlfnctnn, Keokuk, Quln
cy, St. Louis and points between
For pawensrer and freight rates inquire of
OEOKGE LAMONT, Agent.
Office 115 Seventeentn Street. Tel. west
ACME PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
J. R. JOHNSTON. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO." For Mns
catine. New Boston, Keithsburg, Oquaw
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 Saturday at
11:30 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 day
Chicago Dental Company
If you are In need of den tal work
ell on us before goinj elsewhere as
we cau save you ruonej'. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be lirst
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and see our
thirt elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 25C
Platinum filling SOC
Silver fillings SOC
Gold fillings, $ 1 and up $1.00
Gold crowns, 4to5 4,00
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 5.00
$15 Bet 01 teeth for. 10.00
Office 1607 Second A,ve.
. .. ROCK ISLAND. .
Over Bpeidel' Drug: Stor.
Notice -tt Final Settlement.
Estate of RaO-,el Tanner, dec jed.
Ihduo notlae iff hnrebv riven that the nnder-
tgned, administrator, basth'a day filed bis
nnai repot ana settlement aa racn ta
the county court ot Rock lsl"d county, and
that an rler has toeen entered by said
eort approving the said rem rt, unless
bjetstion. thereto or cause to th contrary
bo shown on or bnfo-e the 8th day of
Sepsr m her a. D.. 1902. and uron the final ap
proval of said report the said administrator
will ask for an order of distribuiton and will
aktoaak to be disobarwed J1 peraoas Inter
ested are notified to attend
Kocit Island, 111., August 1". 1
W. K. Faeait.
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THB TBAVEZJEBS GUIDE.
CHICAGO. R )CK ISLAND
A Pacific Railway TlokeM
can be purchased at City
T'oket office, 181 S Second ave
nue, or C , B. L a P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Tbiny
Peorla branch depot, foot of
Twentieth street. Frank H. Plummet, CP. A.
:t 3:45 am: 2:hb am
It 4:311 am!tl0:30 pm
t 5:50 am- B:20 pm
.It 7:fO an:;t pm
, IS:lS ami S-nO am
Denrer Limited & Oinaba. .
?. Worth. Denver & K C
Davenport & Chicago
tOmaha & Minneapolis. ..
Colora-lo & Omaha
On Moines & Omaha
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha.
Des Moines Express
St. Paul & Minneapolis
Denver. Ft. Worth & K. C.
(Kansas City. St Joe & Calif.:
Rock Island & Washington
Chicago & Des Moir es
Rook Island & Brooklyn Ac
tOmaha ft Rock Island....:
El Paso San Francisco. .
I "20 Dm t 9:ft3 nm
12:15 Ktn t 9:25 am
3:40 am t 3:1)0 am
t 8:15 pm t 6:f2 am
3:40 am t85 pm
4:34 air tl0:30 pm
11:10 pm t 6:30 am
ic pm T Aiztt pm
jt 2:15 pm i 3:20 pm
I 6:35 pm t 7:40 am
i 5:45 pm i 9 25 am
t 6:00 iim-tliM pm
!I0:40 am t 4:i0 pm
jC dar RmpldM. Tip'oa
ROCK ISLAND AND PEORIA DIVISION
Tr-ina leave Twentieth street scation Main
line trait. start from main depot on Fifth
avenue iO minutes In advance of time given
Peoria, Sprlog-neld. fet. L.,
Peoria. SDrinft-fleld. Indian
9 48 pm
mgton, 9k. iuu
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cln
" olnnatt. Bloom'ngton....
t3 45 am
Cable tt sherrard esom.
CaMa & Sherrard Accom.
Arrival. treriarture. iDaUy. except Sun
Jay. Phone West 1083, West 1128, West 1423.
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON A
Quincy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
. M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
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agent. The trains for Lu
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via Illinois side of river.
rralna for Freeport acd Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna
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State et n'InoU,
Rock Island County. (
In the Circuit Court of said County. Septem
ber term, A. D. 1806T
Calvin L GlrU vs Edward Heyl. Bertha Beyl,
Augustus Beyl. John Heyl. Jr., mien Heyl.
Sebastian Sofaeli. Christine Sen ell. In
Affidavit of tbt non-reldence of the said
El ward Heyl. Bertha Heyl Augustus Beyl,
Joha HeyU Jt . .Bd n Heyl, impleaded
wltn the above defendant, Sehatlan Scheil
and Christine Scheil having been Bled in the
clerk's office of the circuit court of said
county, notice is therefore hereby given
to the said non-resident defendants that
the complainant filed bis bill of complaint
In said court, on the chancery side thereof,
oathe I2b day of August. A. D.. 1902. and
that thereupon a summons issued out of
said court, wherein sa'd suit is now pend
ing, returnable on the third Monday la the
month of neptemoer net, as te by law re
quired. Now. unless you. the said nnn-res -dent
defendants above named, ltd ward HeyU
lie rth a Ilevl, Aususun Heyl. John HeyL Jr.,
a.d EUen HeyL shall perfonally be and appear
before said circuit court, oa be first day of
the next term thereof, to be hoiden at Rock
Island In and for the a d county, on the third
Monday ia Sep'ember next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complainant's bl'l
of oomp'ainu the Sams and the matters and
things therein charged and otated will be
taken as confessed, and decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
Gaottcc W. Gamble, Clerk. .
Rock Ts'and. Illinois, A ng. 12, 1902.
Sbarlk A Mahsbalu Complainant's Solid