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THE AltGUS, jrOHDAT,' SEPTEMBER. 8, 1902..
fluttering or irregular pulsa
tions are an indication of weak
ness of the nerves or muscles
of the heart. A weakness long
continued produces deformity
and organic disease. If your
heart action is weak, make it
strong. Build up the muscles
and strengthen the nerves with
the greatest of all heart reme
dies, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
"The least exertion or excite
ment caused my heart to throb
and pound and I had smothering
Fpells, pain and palpitation.
Three bottles of Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure overcame all these distuxb
. . ances and made me well."
Mrs. J. A. Couts,
J Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
i D. Miles'
quiets the nervous heart, regu
lates its pulsations and builds
up its strength as nothing else
can. Sold by druggists on a
Dr. Jliles iledical Co., Elkhart, IdL
BIG FOUR ROUTE
TUESDAY SEPT. 16
And other points in Ohio and Indiana
on the "Big Four." All ticktts good
returning 30 days from date of sale.
Ali-EX M. NYE, T. P. A.
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 paying1 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
can be overcome and
the dreaded , disease
expelled , from y o u t
system by. the use o!
Few Sale aed Guaranteed Oaly Ey
HARPEH HOUSE PHARMACY.
Germlna stamped C C C Never so! J la bulk.
'something just as good." -
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'Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Llapp, of St.
Joseph,' Mo., are visiting at the home
of Mr. Ciapp's parents, at 1031 Le
Mrs. K. W. Iioynton and children
have returned from Indian territory,
after spending the summer with Mr.
lie v. I'.lancke, of St. Paul's English
Lutheran church, will lecture at
Letts, Iowa, and other adjacent towns
during the present week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Zoring, who have
been visiting with Mr. .. iand .Mrs.
Clans Kuehl, at (irand Isle, have re
turned to their home at Keystone,
Iowa. . .
Arthur Heading, son of Conductor
J. .V. Heading, has gone to begin
his second year at Purdue university
at Purdue, Ind.
George Mc(Jovern returned to his
home in Iowa City Saturday after
spending the past, week with friends
and relatives in this city.
James Farrand and Wallace V..
Moody have left with their families
for Petersen's island, where they will
be in camp for the next two weeks.
John T. Cline and family, of Colfax,
la., who have been visiting with Mr.
("line's brother, Charles E. Cline, left
for home Fridav. Mr. Cline is the
proprietor of the Colfax Cottage ho
Prof. Uobert Donaldson has been
visiting his parents here for a day or
two. after returning from a European
trip, and left today for Corning, Iowa,
to resume the chair of languages in
the Corning academy.
Misses Kathleen and Vivian Cheek,
daughters of Clerk of Court J. Frank
Cheek, left today to attend school at
St. Mary's of the Woods, St. Mary.
Ind. Miss Kathleen attended the
school lat year.
Hew A. J. Schulte, of St. Mary's
Iowa City, who accompanied Hev. .1.
T. A. Flannigan, of St. Ambrose, on
his European trip, is in the city.
The Alpha club of the King's Daugh
ters met Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. Frank Garstang. at her home,
1540 West Second street. It was the
regular business meeting of the so
At 7 o'clock Saturday night Justice
J. S. Altman united in marriage at
his office. William Bosholm and Miss
Louise Gutchrist. both of this city.
The groom was suffering from blood
poisoning and wore his right hand in
a sling. The license was taken out
a fortnight ago. but after doubt of
the groom's rapid convalescence was
dissipated, the ceremony was deter
mined upon Saturday evening. The
coii)le will make their future home
at 1040 West Second street.
Cards have been issued announcing
the marriage of Hosco McCormack of
IVoria, 111., to Miss Clara Louise
Hriton. of Sioux City, on Thursday
evening, the 0th inst. Mr. McCormack
is the eldest son of J. I). McCormack,
of Davenport, and is connected with
the auditing department of the T. 1.
& W. railway of Peoria. Returning
from their wedding trip they will
spend several days in this city.
At St. Luke's hospital Saturday
evening at 11:20 occurred the death
of Miss Minnie Schultz. The deceas
ed had been confined to her homo
some time previous to her death with
heart trouble. She was born in Ger
many 22 years ago, and 13 years ago
she came to this country and to this
city where she has resided ever since.
She is survived by one brother and
two sisters, August, Mrs. John Kelly
and Mrs. Albert Kurth.
At Mercy hospital Saturday occur
redthedeath of Mrs. Anna Gieger. She
has been an inmate of the hospital
for about three weeks. She is sur
vived by her husband who resides at
Donahue. The body 'was shipped fo
Donahue last evening over the Mil
waukee road. The funeral was held
from the residence today with in
terment in the Donahue cemetery
At 11 o'clock Saturday afternoon
John Clanssen, a farmer, aged 55
years, and living near the Summit
church, after driving in ten miles
from the country to dispose of a
load of potatoes, and having sold the
tubers, repaired to the stalls in the
rear of the German boarding house mi
the southeast corner of Second street
and Western avenue, to put up' his
team, fell from the chair in which he
had seated himself and died. Clans
sen was a responsible farmer of this
county, lie owns an extensive acre
age in "the neighborhood of the Sum
mit church, and is possessed of com
parative richess. He has a wife and
The democratic central committee,
under the chairmanship of Ed Z.
lougherty, met Saturday afternoon
and fixed the date of the Scott county
democratic convention for Saturday,
Sept. 27. and the plaee at Turner
hall. The caucuses will be held on
the Thursday evening preceding. The
official call will be sent out this week.
The republican county central com
mittee also Saturday afternoon an
nounced the time and "date of its
count v convention. This will be held
at the Turner hall on Saturday, Sept.
20, at 10 o'clock."
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The executive committee of the Old
Settlers" association of Scott county
met Saturday in the rooms of the
supervisors at the court house and de
cided to hold the festival on Sept. 16.
Jesse Armil was appointed temporary
treasurer in the place of J. I.Eld
ridge, whose recent death left that
office vacant. Captain Clark was cho
sen to speak at the festival.
A. Kay and wife and Miss Made
line, daughter, 1XJ7 LeClaire street,
left . Friday for an extended east
ern trip. Pittsburg, Pa., will be
visited, whence the party will go to
Cumberland. Md., for a brief call upon
relatives. The return will be made
via Wheeling, W. Va.
At 12:53 o'clock, shortly before 1
o'clock yesterday afternoon, passen
ger train No. 29 of the Hock Island
system, bound for El Paso, the south
west and California, had the distinc
tion of being the first train to run
into the new Hock Island depot. At
that time the change from the old
depot at Fifth and Perry street to
the handsome structure on Fifth
street between Main and Harrison had
been made, and the depot ticket office
of -the road, the baggage rooms and
the United States Express company's
depot offices and storage rooms had
been permanently located in the new
building. The city offices of the road
will remain at 307 l'rady street, their
establishment having had no con
nection with the change of the de
pot and not being affected by. it.
Miss Thekla Haak, who was queen
of the recent Elks' carnival parade, is
to be married Wednesday evening of
this week to Frank A. Hetzel. mana
ger of the Tri-City Packing comp;my.
Saturday evening a man named
Schroeder, living on the Rockingham
road, reported to the iolice that
some one had broken in to the
chicken house on his farm and stolen
11 chickens. There were live buff
cochins and six brahmas taken.
When the poilce investigated they
found the lock on the door had been
broken and the thief had not left a
mark bv which he could be traced.
OPENED FOR YEAR'S WORK
Koek Island Public Schools Itejrln Today
With Increased Enrollment
The Hock Island public school
opened today for the school year of
1002-03 with every indication that the
enrollment will be larger than ever
before in the city's historj-. The day
was devoted to organizing classes and
getting under way in the various
lines of instruction.
In the grammar schools the work
was taken up with little variation
from the daily program that was in
force at the end of last season. Th?
pupils assembled at 'J o'clock and put
in the regular hours, except in the
case of the first graders, who were
allowed to go home early.
In the high school there were s-
many changes necessary that it was
Impossible to do more than allow the
pupils to familiarize themselves with
the interior of the new building, as
sign the classes to recitation rooms
and attend to the enrollment. The
pupils were assembled in the assem
bly room at 9 o'clock and kept in ses
sion an hour or so. The remainder
of the morning was devoted to fitting
out those pupils who desired to rent
books and in assigning to classes.
Tomorrow a regular program will
have been prepared and the regular
routine will be taken up.
HAS TWO PAIRS OF TWINS
Mr. Henry Hampton I Jeromes Mother of
Four Children In One Tear.
Eliza township is one of the most
progressive divisions of Mercer coun
ty and its people are justly famed
for their enterprise and resourceful
ness. As a fair sample of the above
may be cited the case of Mrs. Henry
Hampton. A year ago last Friday
she gave birth to twins and last Fri
day she repeated the performance,
thus becoming the mother of four
children in a year's time. It looks as
though a suburban railway connect
ing Hock Island with such a commun
ity as that ought to pay dividends, at
least after a few more . prosperous
NEWS OF RIVER.
8 o. m.
Prairie duCblen ..
Des Moines Rapids.
Feet Swollen to Immense Size.
"I had kidney trouble so bad," says
J. J. Cox, of Valley View, Ky., "that
I could not work; my feet were swol
len to immense Bize and I was confin
ed to my bed and physicians were un
able to give me any relief. My doctor
finally prescribed " Foley' Kidney
Cure which made a "well man of me."
Sold by all druggists.
' KID-NE-0ID3 DQ THD WORK.
When the kidneys ara out of order
all the other organs of the body are
disturbed. The hands and feet are
cold, the head aches, the appetite is
lost, the b'ood Is thin, etc Core the
sick ki!ne-s and the rc-t of the body
will get well. The surest cure known
la ki.-'-N------ .-W., Try them. -
T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
Meeting to Oraranlze to Da Held Tonight at
A movement is on foot in the city
for the establishment of a rest room
or plaee where the women employed
in the business, part of the city can
get lunch and spend the noon hour
on working days. It is proposed to
organize a society as is done in other
cities and a meeting is to be called
this evening at Memorial hall in the
conrt house for this puiiose. The
rest room is hot in any sense a char
itable institution, but those who pat
ronize it pay a fair sum for the priv
ilege, making it self-sustaining and
removing a feature that would be ob
jectionable to a large class of pa
trons. TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles
& ' Crescent
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
trains dai!; . -
Only through car line to AsheviUe,
X. C, Queen & Crescent route y and
Yellowstone Prk and Return S70.
The C, U. & Q. railway will have on
sale Sept. 1 to 11, inclusive, tickets to
Yellowstone Park and return, includ
ing 5'3 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 Bil
lings, or vice versa.
Inquire at any C, B. & Q. ticket of
fice, or telephone No. 1399.
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Yellowstone Tark and Return 70.
The C, B. & Q. railway will have on
sale Sept. 1 to 11, inclusive, tickets to
Yellowstone Park and return, includ-ing-
5Vi 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 Bil
lings, or vice versa.
Inquire at any C, B. & Q. ticket of
fice, or telephone No. 1599.
Low Kates via the Kock Island. '
Homcseekers' tickets to a numlier
of points in the north, west and
southwest on -ept. 10, Oct. 7 and 21.
On Sept. 9, 16 and 23, one fare, plus
$2, for the round trip to a number of
points in Indiana and Ohio, good for
return within 30 days days. $70 for
the round trip to Yellowstone Park,
including rail and stage transporta
tion and 5'i days' board in park
Tickets on sale up to Sept. 11. $21 to
Hillings, Mont.; $26 to Salt Lake
Helena. Anaconda and Butte. $27.30
to Spokane; $:t0 to Portland, Seattle
and Vancouver, and $31 to San Fran
cisco and Los Angeles during months
of September and October.
$09.25 to Los Angeles or San Fran
cisco and return on Sept. 29, 30 and
Oct. 1; good to return -up to Nov. 13.
$19.33 to Washington, I). C, and re
turn Oct. 2 to 5.
For full information call at depot
offices or city office, 1S13 Second ave
Kotlca for lllda.
Notice is hereby given by the Board
of Local Improvements that bids will
be received at the olliee of the City
Clerk of Hock Island, up and until 9
o'clock a. m., of the 13th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1002. at which date said
bids will be opened, for the following
The improvement of Twenty-first
(21st) street from the north line of
Tenth (loth) avenue to the north line
of Twelfth (12th) avenue, by excava
ting, curbing with a combination con
crete curb and gutter, and paving to
a width of thirty (30) feet between
the curbs with asphalt.
The specifications and ordinance for
the said work are now on file in the
office of the City Clerk.
The cost of the same will be paid in
bonds, which bonds will draw interest
at the rate of .4 per cent.
All proposals or bids must be ac
companied by a check payable to the
crcier of the president of the Board
of Local Improvements, certified by
n responsible bank, in the sum of
eight hundred ($800.00) dollars.'
B. F. KXOX,
Pres. Board of Local Improvements.
Hock Island, 111., Sept. 4, 1902.
Trl-Cltr Oil Company.
At the meeting of stockholders of
the Tri-City. Oil company, held at
lurner nan, hcck isiano, on the ev
ening of Sept. 5, the chairman of the
meeting was authorized to have pub
lished a notice to all stockholders of
the company to withdraw any proxies
that may have been given, and to, if
possible, attend the regular stock
holders' annual meeting to be held at
Rock Island Mime time during the
month of October, or earlier. Due no
lice of said meeting will be mailed to
every stockholder by the secretary of
the company, as such names appear
on the books, and every stockholder
will receive, in addition to the notice,
a proxy to be used in such
manner as the individual voter may
desire, if unable to attend the meet
ing in person. The condition of the
company is very satisfactory and the
prospects are good fcr future suc
cess. H. D. FOLSOM,
Diphtheria, sore throat, croup. In
stant relief, permanent cure. llr.
Thomas' L'clcctric Oil. At any drug
Miss Hilda Johnson, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Unround, departed
yesterday afternoon for her home in
Miss Nellie Ford has returned to
her home in Oeneseo. accompanied
by Mrs. George Wood, with whom
she was visiting here.
The Misses Lettie and Emma Hull,
of Cambridge, are visiting for a few
days with triends in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson anJ
twc, children, of Sioux City, who have
been visiting for two weeks at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. August Freed,
of 1223 Seventh avenue, departed yes
terday afternoon for their home.
Frank Banner and George Evans
left on the midnight train yesterday
for their vacation at Chicago and Mil
waukee. Moline lodge No. 133, I. O. O. F.,
elected the following officers Friday
evening: N. G., Henry Lau; V. (., C.
L. Nelson; R. S., II. E. Crane; P. S.
J. E. Pruessing; trustees, J. E. Mitch
ell and George Smith.
Lightning struck the home of
Frank I). Sehofer, 1334 Nineteenth
avenue, Friday evening,' the bolt en
tering a room where the children
were asleep. No one was hurt but
the chimney was demolished and
nart of the roof damaired. Two cows
standing in the pasture on the farm
of Lem Skinner, east of the city
were killed Fridav evening about 8
o'clock by a bolt of lightning.
Next spring work will be commenc
ed on a new building for a bowling
alley which will be built by C. II.
Deere on his property adjoining tin'
Plambeek propertv,' and the cost of
it will be upwards of $10,000.
Misses Julia and Minnie Schlotfeldt
and Miss Minnie Grants are in Chi'
Miss Almida Burkland and Mrs
Charles Kncberg are visiting in Chi
Commencing today the Moline Wa
gon company- will operate its plant
for 12 hours a day. The men will go
to work at 0 o'clock to 12 o'clock and
from 12:30 to 0:30 o'clock. There
are at present 300 men employed
and the prospect is that the 12-hour
day will be kept for several weeks.
The factory is rushed with orders.
Thomas J. Welch, Jr.. of 1311
Seventeenth avenue, departed Satur
day morning for the university of
Notre Dame, Ind., to resume his
Miss Stella Vincent, formerly teach
er at the Ericsson school, has accept
ed the position of director of the nor
mal department and practice school
of the John B." Stetson university of
DeLand, Fla. Miss Vincent has de
voted most of her time (luring the
last four vears to studv in the special
line she has taken up. and during the
last year she has attended Chicago
university. The John B. Stetson uni
versity is one of the leading universi
ties of the south. Its entcrance re
quirements are the same as the
same as the university of Chicago,
and many students from Chicago go
to De Land for the winter quarter,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Hoffman and
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Warr have return
ed from a delightful outing at the
lakes about Stoughton,. Wis.
John Q. llawkes, the first cliiet, is
laid up with an attack of typhoid fe
ver. ' (
Mrs. Charle Goldstein and son leave
for the east on the 13th to spend
the w inter,accompanied by her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Berry, who have
Word was received Friday by Mrs
H. M. Benell, of Sixth avenue, convey
ing information of the death of her
brother, Samuel T. Peregoy. at his
home at Napoleon, Ohio. Death is
supposed to have been due to con
sumption, from which he was report
ed some time ago to be suffering. Mr.
Peregoy was a resident of this city
some time ago and was a miller by
Friends in Moline will be pleased
to learn that Dr. W. O. Beam has
been discharged from the sanitarium
nt Lake GGeneva, and is now' at Holfe,
Iowa, on a visit to relatives and to
gain strength, after his confinement
in the hospital. He will return to Mo
A successful operation was per
formed at the city hospital Satur
day on Carl Li ml ah I, of Thirteenth
stret and Seventh avenue, who has
been suffering for several years with
a number of tumors on both sides of
his neck. The tumors, eleven in num
ber, have caused the patient much
suffering, and the operation was ne
cessary to save his life. The tumors
imieded the flow of blood to the head
and caused dizziness. A similar oper
ation wjis ierformed in Davenport
five years ago, but proved unsuccess
ful. The operation was performed by
Dr. Arp, assisted by Drs. AVessel and
Wyland. The eleven tumors varied in
size, ; the largest being somewhat
larger than a hen's egg, while others
wVre considerably smaller. They
werc all on his neck, a few of them
I HlfU'M 1111 !!
" THE .MODERN'S'"
Out in Price Sale.
Everything must go. We haven't the space to mention
our numerous bargains,
Men's Oxfords, $3 grade, at
Men's Oxfords, $2.50 grade, at
Men's Oxfords, $2 grade, at
Men's Oxfords, $1.30 grade, at
Ladies' Oxfords, $2 grade, at
Ladies' Oxfords, $1.73 grade, at
Ladies' Oxfords, $1.30 grade, at
Ladies' Oxfords, $1.23 grade, at
Children's Oxfords and Slippers at any price.
Children's Shoes cut in same proportion.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
1705 Second Avenue.
H"H"H"H II i
i CHOICE WI1SES A1SD I
LIQUORS 5 5 5 I
OF ALL BRANDS AND MAKES. 5
OUR PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU.
SIMON LEWIS'. RETAIL LIQUOR
Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue. J
having grown out near his ears. The
operation is considered a most se
rious one, but the prospects are now
that this one 'will result in the com
plete recovery of the patient.
For Over Sixty Team
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teetning. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
rtcSCLDREffJs. rWALiFcirrstlTHE g
DIAMOND JO LINE STEAMER& For
Clinton, Dubuque, fat. Paul and points
For Muscatine. Burlington. Keokuk, Quin
cy, St- Ixmis and points between . ,
For passenger and freight rates Inquire of
GEOKGE LAMONT. Agent.
Office 115 Seventeenth 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 OO. For Mus
catine. New Boston, Kcithsburg.Oquaw
ka and Burlington
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4
The steamer W. J. YOUNG
Every Tnesday, Thursday aud Saturday at
113d 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-dav-and
return on the W.J. Young at 11:30
p. in., same day
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on ns before going elsewhere as
we can saTe vou money, ne use
nothing bnt trie best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be hrst-
class in every restect. If you are in
Deed 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 below.
Gold fillings, $ 1 and up . .
Gold crowns, 4 to 5
Bet of teeth, $5 and up.. . .
(15 set of teeth for. . j . . .
Permanent location ,
Office 1607 Second Ave.
- EOCKISLANTX -'
Over Speldel'a Drug: Store.
but here are a few we quote you:
Men's, Ladies and
Htl'M 1 11 MM I ill! 1 1 i 1 .1.
I11B TBATELER8' GUIDE,
CHICAGO. HjCK ISLAND
i Pacific Railway Tickets
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1811 Seeond ave
nue, or C , R. L & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Tbirty
Peoria branch depot, foot of
Twentieth street. Frank H. Plum oner, CP. A.
. mm. TJinltail At. rimaht H'dr am
?k Worth, Denver & K C.lt 4:39 airi10:30 pin
Minneapolis !t 6:50 am :20 pm
Davenport Chicago t 7:50 air't 7i0 pm
(Omaha & Minneapolis... tl2:45 ami 3:00 am
Colorado &. Omaha lriO pm t 9:53 pm
Des Moines & Orraba 12:5 am t 9:25 am
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha. 3:40 am t 3:00 am
Des Moines Express t 8:15 pm t 6:52 &m
3t. Paul & V.li.neapolls 8:40 am t 9 25 pm
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. C. 4:34 am tl0:S0 pm
tKansas City, St Joe & Calif. n:10 pm t 6:30 am
(Rock Island & Washington 15 pm 8:25 pm
Chicago St Des Moires 1 2:15 pm t 3:20 pm
Rock Island & Brooklyn Ac! B:35 pm t 7:40 am
tOmaha A Rock Island j 5:5 pm t 9 25 am
El Paso & San Francisco.. It 6.C0pm 12:45 pm
tC-dar R.pid-. Tlp'on I0:40 am t 4:20 pm
ROCK ISLAND AND PHOBIA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieih treet station Main
line trair.s start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 10 minutes in advance of time given.
Peoria. Springfield. St. L.
15 ) t- .'t ..If, Indian
9 43 pm
a polls. CinclnnatLBioom-
lngton. st. uouia
.Peoria, Indianapolis. Cin
n.KIa jIt Qhjkrr&rri nnntn .
tl:30 pm; JJ:20 pm
Cable & Sherrard Accom.
. . , . . r,all AvtfAnfe Gun.
day. Phone West 1063, West 1123. West 1423.
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
s6A0 am 6:35 am
t4:0am t6:35 am
t2;E0pm 12:11 pm
s 725 pm 7:10 pm
7:25 pm 7:10 pm
t6:20am 6:20 pm
s7:40pm 6:25 am
7 00 am 7:00 pm
87.00 am 7.-00 pm
8s. Louis. Sprlnefleld.
Galesburg, Peoria and
Sterling. Mendota aud
Peoria, Beardatown, Bur
Ucgton, Denver and
3t. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points In
fast Moline (suburban) . .
Dubuque, Clinton, La
Cross, Ft Paul, Minn
and N. W.....
-II q ton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
a Stop at hook Island 25 minutes for meals,
Dally. tDally except Suuuay.
A St. Paul Railway. 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 t.d Milwaukee will run
ria Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will eonneot at Savanna foe points
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FabMcstlon Notice Cnancery.
State ef BMnols, 1
Rock Island Countv. I "
la the Circuit Court of said County. Septem
ber term. A. D. 1902
Calvin L Girls vs Fdward Heyl, Bertha Beyl,
Augustus Heyl. John Heyl. Jr.. tllen Heyl,
Sebastian Scheil. Christine Bchell. In
Affidavit of thff non-reMdence of the said
Edward Heyl, Bertha Heyl Augustus Beyi,
John Heyl. Jr , and Kll- n Heyl, Impleaded
wits the above defendant", Seba,t!aa Sehrll
and Christine Scht 11 having been Hied in the
clerk's office of the circuit court of said
county, notice is therefore hereby givca
to the said non-resident defendants that
the complainant filed bis bill of complaint
In said court, on tbo chancery side thereof,
on the 1zh day of A'-gust, A. D.. 1902. and
that thereupon a summons Issued out of
said court, wherein sa'd suit Is now peed
Ing. returnable on the third Monday in the
month of eptemter nett, as is by law re
quired. Now. ualesB you. the said non-resident
defendants above named, kdwrd Heyl,
Bertha Hevl, Augustus Heyl. John Heyl, Jr.,
aed Ellen Heyl. shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the tirst day of
the nrit term thereof, to be bolden at Rock
Island in and for the s d county, on the third
Monday la Sep ember next, and plvsd. an
swer or demur to the said complainant's bi'l
of eomp'aint. the same and the matters and
tniags tnerem onargea aca tatea will be
taken as confessed, and a dscree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
- ukobgb w. Gambib, Clerk.
Rock Ts'and. Illinois. Aug. 12. 1902.
Sbarui & Maiishau Complainant's Solio