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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 190f.
T ' r " !
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Peoples National Bank
AT BOCK ISLAXU
In the State of Illinois, at the close of
Dunnes. Sept 16, ltfui
! ' ' KESOURTBS,, ;
Loans snd discount. 1311. 1M 43
overdrafts, secured and un
secured . .-. ; 44! 82
II s. Bonds to secure circu
lation 30.000 Co
Stock-s. securities, eus 61.500 00
Hunkinir-houAe. furniture and
fixtures 1.500 00
i Due from National Banks
(not Reserve Agents) 5,239 13
rn from State Banks and
Bankers 2,339 68
line from anuroved reserve
agents 83 071 03
Internal revenue stamp. . . 3S0 78
(.'necks and other cash items 5.158 85
Nuin of utber National
Banks 3,789 00
Fractional Daoer currency.
nickels and cents 150 73
Lawful money reserve la btnk. viz:
. Specie.. 6 645 Wi
LetuHender not ..... . - .tc 00
I 15.4W) 36
Redemption fund with TJ. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent of
c rculation) '.
Due fr.m U. ti 't reasurer
other knan per cent re
Capital stock paid in
Undivided prolius. levi ex
pense ai.d taxes paid..
Dun to other Xsatiooal
Due to State banks and
Individual deposits sub
ject to check
Demand -certificates of
I 000 CO
1 100 i.OOO 00
Total $519,991 39
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Cocstt or kiick Island, t
I. C. Hellpensteil. cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement Ls true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. C. HELLPKNSTKLL.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19ih
day of Sept., iwoi
F. P. GOLDSMITH.
(seal.) : Notary Public.
Correct A ttest:
Jt KaxriRf.D. 1
D. T obinsok, j-Directora.
Geo AVasmi. 1
To Washington I
British Columbia $30
Oregon - )
Every day during
September and October.
To Salt Lake City, Ogden,
Butte, Helena, Spokane
and other intermediate points the rata
will be proportionately lower.
Call or write for detailed information
about onr comfortable Tourist Sleeping
Cars. $6.00 for a berth holding two
persons, Chicago to the Pacific Coast.
Reclining Chair Cars no extra charge
We ass more points of interest on
the way than any other line.
FRANK A. HART. Patt'r Agent C. B. & Q. Otpot
407 . Telephone 1180.
Nottea of Pabllrallnn fisokraptey.
In the District C urt of the United States
for the northern district southern division.
In the matter of U-oree F Schnae, bank'
rupt In bankruptcy: before Adair Pleas
To the creditors of the aid Georee F
Scbmale, of Rock Islano. In the count of
Kocn Island and state of Illinois, and in said
district and, division aforesaid:
Notice Is hereby given that on the 16th day
of September. A D. 1902. the said George F.
Schma e was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and
that the first mee'lng of creditors will be held
at the office of th-i undersigned In t be eltv of
K ck Island, on the northeast corner of eigh
teenth street and Second avenue on Satur
day, the 27tn day of September. A. D 1902, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon at which time thi
creditor my a tend and prove their claims,
aopolnt a trustee, examine the bankrupt and
t ansact such other business as nay p opeily
ome tefore said meeting
Adaib PiJtsAifis, Referee. '
Dated at Rock Island. 1U , Sept. 1. 1902
Aitsnlolatratra Hal Jtottee.
Sweeney Walker. ,
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island county.
In the County Court, September term, A. D.
Otto Gottsch. adxlnlst at or of the estate of
Wilhelm ' bieme. deceased, petitioner, vs.
Marl Thlemt the unknown heirs or dlvisees
or Wilhelm Thteme. deceased, the ur known
owner of nut-lot number sixty (SO) In section
ni-moer thir.y-flve (3s). towntblp number
. eighteen (18). North range number two (2);
wen of the 4th p m according to the astes
sot's plat of A. p. I of lota, sub-lots and
out-lots. In the eoonty of Hock Island and
state of Illinois, defendants petftl n for an
ordrr to s-li real estate to pay debts
Notice la hereby given that by virtue of a
Decree oi saie maae ana pnterea in aaia
cause, on the Bta day cf September, a.
D . 1902, at the September term, A. D. IVJ2, of
said court. I, the undersigned aomlnhrrat r of
said esxate. wi i on rnaay, Uct. 10, A. D.
1902 between the hot re -of tea o'clock m
and five oVluck p m,t'-it: At the hour of
two o'clock p. m. of said -4a, at the East
Door of the Court House, in I be CUv of
Kock Island, In said county a d a-ate, se 1 at
publi vendue to the highest and best bidder
or bidders, tor casn in nana, me iouowug real
estate: ' ' .
Out-lot number flsty (9 ) In section 'number
tbirty-nve (35) In Tonhlp number eighteen
(18) north range number two (2) west of the
fourth p. m. according to the assessor's plat
or A. u. 1804 or low, lUD-i'tH ana out-iois in
the e tv of Bock Isia-d, la Rock island county.
state of Illinois, subject, however, to the es
tate of homestead and the right of dower of
Marl 1 hieme. widow of said W ilhelm Tbleme,
deed., thert in aLd .hereto.
... Otto Gottsch,
Adralrlstrator of the estate of Wilhelm
t b'eme, deceased ,
Swain ar Walker, Solicitors for Peti
tioner Administrator's Motlee.
Estate of John Hlnderer, deceased.
The undersigned having oeen appointed ad
ministrator of the- estate of John Hlnderer,
late of the county of Kook Island, state ot
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before the eoonty ootut of Rock
Island ooustv. at the county court roonv in
the city of Rock Island, at the November
term, on the first Monday In " November
next, at wnicc time an - persona naving
claims against said estate are notified and
requested to attend for the purpose of hav
ing tne same aojusieo.
All persons Irdebtel to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
undersigned. ' 1 "
, Dated this 19th day of September,' A. D 1902.
Giobgs J. EisDiaaa, Administrator.
or in other words, men with
good sound hearts, arc not very
numerous. ;Thc increasing
numbcrof sudden deaths from
. daily chron
icled by the
press, ii proof
of the alarm
lence of this
and as no one
just when a
fatal collapse J- A Kreamer.
will occur, the danger of neg
lecting treatment is certainly , a
very risky matter. If you arc
short of breath, have pain , in
left side, smothering spells, pal
pitation, unable to lie on side,
especially the left, you should
begin taking . ; '
mucV Heart Cure.
J. A. Kreamer of Arkansas City, Kans.,
says: "My heart was so bad it was im
possible for me to lie down, and I could
neither sleep nor rest. My decline was
rapid, and I realized I must get help
soon. 1 was advised to try Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure, which I did, and candidly
believe it saved my life."
Dp. Miles Fenaedies tre s14
by all druggists on guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can . save von money. e use
nothing but' the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be .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
tnan our prices below.
Gold fillings, $1 and up . . ,
Gold crowns, 4 to 5
Set of teeth, $5 and up....
$15 set of teeth for
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel'a Dmf Store,
SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER TO
. CALIFORNIA COMMON' POINTS,
Granting stop-overs at certain points.
Homeseekers' Excursions '
' SEPTEMBER 16, OCTOBER 7-21.
For full information inquire of
. , ....... II., P. MACK,
Thone W. 1268. 210 Eighth St.
Zxacn. tor's Kotlee. t
Kstate of Joseph Mills, deoeased.
The undersigned, having been aoDOlnted
executors of the last will and testament of
Joseph Mills, late of the County of Rock
island, state or minois. deceased, hereby
gives notice that they will appear before the
Comt Court of Rock Island County, at the
County Court room. In the City of liock Is
land, at the November term,- on the first Mob
dav In November next, at which time all imu
sons having claims agaum saia ' estate are
notified and re a a ee tea toatesaior tne imr-
Doee of having tae same adjusted. Ail ter-
sons maeotea to saia esiate are requestea co
sane immnoiaae payment to tn anaenngBea.
Dated this Sd day of September A- o. una.'
... . ...... . HANKAHM. ClAEIt, -'
i f i -. 1? - SibaiE. Lsvet, -'
in f i i
TKEYTAJTE VERY S
Miss Nellie Delairoe left yesterday
morn i ii t finixh her course in Druk-?
uiiiverKity, Ik's Aloiues.
Dr. t". I. Burt and II. S. McCuffroy
returned home Wednesday from a
E. Leonard, of Oak Park, 111., stop
ped off at Davenport Wednesday eu
route to California.-
Miss Jennie HoIIister left Wednes
day for t'hicapuy where fche will en
ter the Chicago, university.
Miss Hnttie Strathinann has froiu
to Sioux City for a Ihre weeks visit
with friends. -
Samuel Kaufmann, of Cleveland. O.,
is here visitinpr friends ami eombminsr
business with pleasure.
Pastor K. C. OsthotT lias retiiriid
home from ileliverinjr a lecture in
Lincoln, Neb. t
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Best and Mr".
IJobert Krause havt- returned from a
summer sojourn in the Adironduck.s.
Ed Davis left Wednesday for Cen-
trulia. Mo., where he will visit his
sister for the next week.
o . .
Dr. and Mrs. .1. P. Crawford en
tertained a party of 21) at the Outing
club park Wednesday evening1. Pinjf
pong: and other games were indulged
Mrs. Lillian Craham. of St. Louis, is
visiting with Mrs. M. Bunker, 127
West Thirteenth street.- Mrs. Cra
ham was a resident of Davenport r
to about ten years ago, and has many
friends residing here.
At the annual meeting of the OH
Settlors association, held at Memor
ial hall in the court house yesterday.
Henry Karwath was elected preside it
by n vote of 14 to 1.1 cast for John .
Matthews. For secretary, Mrs. Eva
Hyde Fintel was elected. Jesse An
nul was elected treasurer. Address-?
ii nd a banquet were given.
Invitations have been issued by M
niul Mrs. Hiram Shunk aitnounciiig
the forthcoming marriage of their
daughter. Miss Harriet Isabella to
John Evans, which is to take place
Tuesday evening, Sept. 2.1, at their
home, 512 Kirk wood boulevard.
Misses Georgia and Sue Baker, loll
Famam street, charmingly cntertai.i
ed 35 tri-city friends ot a progressive
cinch party yesterday afternooM,
complimentary to Miss Agnes Peter
sen. The li(tesscs were assisted in
receiving by. Misses Agnes Petersen,
Mary Griffith, Bessie Stewart, Fannie
GifWd and Ella Miller. Ttve firit
prize was won by Miss Ella Miller,
consolation by Agnes Petersen.
A petition for divorce was filed
yesterday afternoon by Louis PfefTer
against his wife. Mary Pfeffer. He
alleges desertion. The couple have
been married .12 years and the plain
tiff asks the custody of the minor
children. Heinz & Fisher are attor
neys for the plaintiff.
At 8 o'clock last evening occurred
the death of Henry C. F. Paustian at
his home, live miles west of Waleott.
Death was due to a fracture of the
spine contracted in a bad fall which
deceased was subjected to short
time ago and from which he never
recovered. Henry C. F. Paustian was
born in Germany 50 years ago.
Republicans held their ward cau
cuses, last evening to select delegates
to tomorrow's county convent ion.
The community was shocked yes
terday when the intelligence was
brought down town that S. K. Stack
house, Sr., the well-known cx-C, K. I.
& P. claim adjuster, and lately ad
juster of. the Tri-City Bailway com
pany, had passed away suddenly dur
ing the night. Samuel Scott Stack
house was one of the two sons of
James Searle and Elizabeth (Scot.
Staekhinise. He was born in Phila
delphia county. Pa., Dec. 1, 1K.14, and
would therefore be 68 years of age
had he lived until next December.
Mr. Stackhouse accept ed the posi
tion of conductor on the first mail
train on the C, It. I. & IV road. In
July 1866, and for three years acted
in that capacity. He then went to
Kansas, 20 miles south of Topek ..
where he entered the coal mining
business, building the present town
of Carbondale, Kans.. where he oper
ated until 1875.- He then went to
Kansas City, and later to Vincennes,
Ind., where he took a position on the
Ohio & Mississippi road. But the C,
R. I. & P. road desired his services
and he returned to Davenport in No
vember 1878, and took the position
of adjuster of claims for . that com
pany, a place which be held until ill
health , compelled his-resignation In
1897,. nineteen years later. - ; There
survive Mr. Stackhouse, beside his
wifp, whom he married 32 years ago.
the following children: William II,
now at Springfield, 0with the. Ret
tendorf Metal Wheel company of that
place. Samuel Scott, Jr., - of. this
city, with Cook & Dodge. Anne,
now Sister Mary Charlotte, of the B.
V. M., at Holy Rosary academy, Mil
waukee. . Edmund J., of this, .city.
Eugent, now in religion as Brother
Iraenaens, C. S. C, electrician, at
Notre Dame university. . Raymond,
who achieved fame locally a -an a -tist
and . illustrator, now deceased
several years, and, Agnes, now Sister
Angelitn, n.' V. M.V at Mt. Cafthel
novitiate in Dubuque. Two children
passed awnyboth in infancy. The
funeral of Mr. Stackhouse will be
held from Sacred Heart cathedral to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.- 1
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The .United States - supreme conn
will reaRsnible Oct. 13.
The Rhine-Westphallan (Germany)
pig Jron syndicate has reduced Its
prices 50 cents per ton.
Elijah Woodruff, of Toledo. O.. cele
brated his 100th. birthday-anniversary
yesterday, and it was made a town
Grand Duke Boris, of Russia, has
sailed from New York for France.
The Chinese throne has strongly
commanded the officials of Sze-Chuen
to suppress the rebellion in that prov
ince. The revenue of Holland last year
was $!'H)0,000 and the expenltures
The -United States training Rhtp Buf
falo. has reached Suez, on her way
home from the Philippine. islands. .
A, .baby about ; mouths old was
fonnd, wmpped in white silk, ou Mrs.
Sarah Powell' doorstep at Chicago. .
Lightning killed two m.vs, two miles
apart, at the same instant in Kan
sas. Practical jokers turned in a tiro
nlarm and almost caused a serious
runaway accident at a Chicago, wed
ding. Joseph K. Davis, of Watertowu.
Wis., reported to the Chicago police
that mi was robbed of $500 at the
Victoria hotel. ,
Prince Victor Dhuleep Siugh, after
being declared bankrupt, says it Is be
cause 45.000 a year Is uof enough
to maintain his position.
The sabre has been abolished in the
Canadlau cavalry by order of the new
comui&ader. Earl Dundonald. .
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,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Special arrangements for students
returning to eastern colleges via
Michigan Central, "the Niagara Falls
route." Reservations can now btt made
inthespecialcarswhich will be assign
ed for students returning to Welles
ley. Smith, Mt. Holyoke, and Yassar,
upon application to the undersigned
For particulars address L. D. Ueus-
ner, general western passenger ngen:.
119 Adams street, Chicago, 111.
Rock island County Fair.
For the above occasion to be held
at Joslin, 111., the (-., B. & Q. will
have on sale Sept. 22. 23, 24 and 25.
tickets at the rate of HO cents for Un
round trip, returning Sept. 26. Tw.
19.SS Washington. I. C-. SIO-BS.
The.C, B. d. Q.., railway , will have
on sale from Oct. 2 to 5. tickets to
Washington, D. C. and return at rate
of $19.55, on account of the national
encampment of the G. A. IX. Tickets
good to return until Nov. U.
For tickets, sleeping, car reserva
tions, either tourist or standard cars.
and full information as to the several
routes, -with stop-overs, call upon any
C, B. & Q. agent or telephone 1599.
Vo-w Kates to St. TLools.
The C B. fc Q. will sell round trip
tickets at one fare from Sept. 29 t,
Oct. 2, good to return until Oct. t, to
"Louisiana Purchase celebration.
From Oct. 5 to 10, one fare for the
round trip, on account of the St. Lou
is fair. Tickets good to return untd
Oct. 1.1. ... . . :
Please call nn any C, B. & Q. "agent
or telephone 1599.
19 Boston and Return S10
Via Nickel Plate road, Oct, 7 to 11, in
clusive, good returning until Nov. 12,
by depositing ticket at Boston and
paying fee of 50 cents. Three trains
daily, carrying through vestibuled
sleeping cars. Individual club meals,
ranging in price from 35 cents to f I,
served in dining cars on Nickel Plate
road; also meals a la carte. City
ticket oflice. 111 Adams street, Chica
go. Full information' can be secured
from John V. Calahan, general agent,
113 Adams street, Chicago.
23.30 Chlcaro to New York and Return
Via Nickel Plate road, on Oct. 3, 4, 5
and 6, with return limit leaving New
York Oct. 14, 1903. . Three trains daily,
at convenient hours. Vestibuled sleep
ing cars. American club meals, rang
ing in price from 35 cents to $1, serv
ed in dining cars on Nickel Plate
road;: also meala a la carte. Chicago
depot, Harrison street and Fifth ave
nue. - City ticket office, 111 Adams
street. 'Phone, Central 2057. Write
John Y. Calahanj general agent, 113
Adams- street, Chicago, for particu
Rheumatism Cured, la a Day.
Mystic . Cure, Jor Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
aays. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and TDxvsterioua. - It -rev
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease 'immediately, disappears. - The
first dose greatly benefits. - T5e and
L .Sold by utio Uroijan, 1501 See
Anrl mvanue. RocTf ' Island- OiirIkvp
Schlegel -. A Son, '220 West v Second
street, uaveupuru .c.-t
- .Mrs. B. A. Mdler is visiting relatives
in St. Joseph, Mo.
Harry Good has departed to resume
his studies at the Blees Military acad-
cm v. . ... i
Miss Josephine Snyder, of Mans
field, Ohio, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Smithinger, 1910 Fifteenth street.
AIlert Patch has arrived in the city
from Chicago. While here, he will b?
ordained into the ministry, having
completed his preparatory, studies
for he work.
Frank Rogerson, of the post office
force, left yesterday for Detroit -to
seiid part of his vacation as a guest
of. Mr., and Mrs. Ernst Timlin, He
will also visit. other cities along the
Edward Anderson, formerly of this
city, now of Dallas, Texas, departed
Wednesday with his sister. Miss Aim i.
for Chicago. From -Chicago Mr,
Anderson goes back to Dallas, where
he holds a position with the Texas
Moline Plow company.
Work on the new athletic park at
Fourth aveune and Twenty-seven h
street was commenced today and
the plat will soon be ready for the
practice work of the high school ball
team. The city will put. a force of
men at- work clearing the field of its
growth of weeds, and the old fern
will be torn down. The ground will
then be graded and the fence will be
bujlt, u work which will not permit
the use of the park for the alumni
game a week from Saturday. Tin
high school team expects to use ths.
park two or three times a weekxfor
A stranger professing to be dumb
and carrying a card inquiring "Are
your electric lights broken?" entered
the residence of George II. Ivdward
on Sixth avenue without knocking
Mond-ay and presented his card
Mrs. Edwards, who was led to believe
the man had been authorized to n
spect the electric lighting apparatus.
The stranger proceeded through the
house under the espionage of Mis
Edwards, and made a very minute in-
spection without a word. Mr. Ed
wards suspected he might be a frajd
and his inquiry at the local electrical
offices failed to establish bis identity.
The police made- an investigation
but could find no other place where
the man had presented his card. It
is suspected that he employed this
method to make a raid in residence;;
where he would not be so carefully
James Duke, of Galesbnrg, is in tli-
.cjty. 0r a few days business . visits
... . . o
A baby boy arrived Wednesday
morning at the home of Jerry Kelly,
t..e mail carrier.
Rev. O. L. Swanson, missionary
from India, who has been spending
the greater part of the summer he;e
with his brother, John Swanson. left
with his fumily Wednesday after
noon for Morgan Park, near Chi
cago, where they will make the'r
home through the winter. He. will
not return to India this winter.
Friends of John Schnltz. who has
been working here during the summer
for the interuroan road, cannot ac
count for his sudden disappearance
from Mobile some time Wednesday
night. As be does not owe bills about
town, and has committed no crime,
his friends think it quite strange tha-
he should leave in the middle of the
night and witho . saying good bye.
He was working as usual Wednesday
and that night about 11:30 when his
room-mate was asleep, be packed his
clothes mid he has not leeii seen here
since. The. supposition is that he
left on a late train for his old home
Mrs. "Thomas Noden left Tuesday
evening for Goodwin, S. D.. to visit
her son Will Nden.
Gail Porter left yesterday morning
for Rockford. 111., where she will re
sume her studies in Rockford college
Mr. and Mrs. Nelse Anderson cele
brated their 25th wedding anniver
sary with thirty of their friends at
their home, 214 Second street. Many
beautiful presents in silverware were
given them. An elaborate supper
was served by the host and hostess.
John Q. Hawk, chief of the fire d -
partment, is out again after having
been laid up at his home for several
weeks with sickness.
Oscar Grpnt, of New Windsor, i?
visiting relatives in the city, and n
a few daj's he will. depart for Chicag
to resume his studies in the P. o: S.
Fred Williams, who was arrested
Wednesday evening for being dmnk
and disorderly, no doubt thinks more
of $2.80 than serving eight days i:i
the citj jail. Yesterday he. was trie 3
by Magistrate Olson, who fined, him
$1 and costs, making $2.S0. When ar
rested $4.00 was found on his person,
but when asked if he- would pay his
fine he said he would rather board it
out in the jail than add $2.80 to the
citV's coffers. -
Bow Art Tosr Kldmeys f
THE PRINCIPLE OF
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CHANNON, PERRY CO.,
114 West Seventeenth Street.
! CHOICE WISES AND I
I LIQUORS 3 T 5
OF ALL BRANDS AND MAKES.
OUR PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU.
SIMON LEWIS' RETAIL LIQUOR
V STORE V
Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue. J
CASE AFTER CASE
Plenty More I.Ike This In Rock Island-
Scores of Rock Island people can
tell you about Dunn's Kidney Pills.
Many a happy citizen makes a pub
lic statement of his experience. Here
is a case of it. What better proof i-f
merit can be had than such endorse
Mrs. C. C. Clement, of S20 Twenty
fourth street says: "I had a sore
ness in my back all the time, and
when I attempted to lift anything, no
matter how light, or do any stooping
I felt a pain. At times 1 had shoot
ing pains all over my body and when
1 laid down it was almost impossible
for me to get up. I could not turn
over in bed without suffering excruci
atingly. 1 learned of Doan's Kidney
Pills and obtained a box at Marshall
& Fisher's drug store, I took them
as directed. Gradually the pain be
gan lo leave me, when 1 finished the
treatment the lameness and aching
For sale by all dealers. Price ."0
cents. Foster-M51bu,rn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y.., sole agents for the United
States. Remember the name Doan's
ami take no substitute.
Educate Your Bowels With Caacarets.
Candy Catrtic. cure constipation lorever.
iuc,at x.c- ii. lau. urugEisis reruna money,
5 c rr
A CME PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OP WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
J. R. JOHNSTON. Agent.
CARNIVAL. CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
catine. New Boston, Keithsburg.Oquaw
h ana tsariuigion.
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 4
The Grand Isle
Concert and dancing ev
ery Sunday : afternoon
and evening and Thurs
Music by Military Bevnd
Boat leaves foot of Sev- '
enteenth street every
BOUND TRIP 10 CENTS.
Dont Be Fooled!
TaU the areaulne. original )
ROCKY WIOUNTAIN TEA
Made only hy Madison Mdl
cine Co.. Madisoa. Wis. It
keeps yoM well. Oar trads
mark eu on each oackairo.
Price, as cent. Nsvar al4
la bulk. Accept no -substi
tute, ask your arugsiao
Ccnioe tampe4 C C C, JJcvef cold la balk.
Bertre of the dealer rho tries to sell. .-.
"something jast as good." . ,
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.,- -. -.- .v V;
is the main point. Style is much
a matter of fancy, but it can be re
lied upon as absolute truth that
any plumbing done by Channon,
Perry ' & Co. will be the best that
experience, skill and good judgment
can command. Only modern, up-to-date
sanitary work is done, fin
ished in the most substantial and
f" endurintr manner.
THE TRAVELERS' QUIDS.
CHICAGO. RaCK ISLAND
& Pacific Railway Tickets
can be purchased at City
Tcket office, 1813 Second ave
nue, or C , R. L & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Tbirty
Peorla branch depot, foot of
Twentieth street. Frank H. Plummer. C. P. A.
Oenver Limited St. Omaha.. -t 3:45 am
Ft. Worth, Denver SK. C.lt 4:39 am
Minneapolis t 5:50 am
Davenport & Chicago ;t 7:50 am
tOmaha St Minneapolis... ;tl2:45 am
Colorado St Omaha 1:20 pm
I 8:00 am
t 9:b3 pm
Oes Moines & Omaha 12:5 am
Denver, Lincoln St Omaha. 3:40 am
Des Moines Ex Dress It 2:15 pm
T v: am
t 3:00 am
t 6:52 am
St. Paul & Kloneapolls 3:40 am
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. O. 4:34 am
tKaosasClty.St JoeiCalif. 1I:10 pm
(Rock Island St Washington 1:05 pm
Chicago St DesMoires It 2:'S pm
Rock Island & Brooklyn AC 5:35 pm
tOmaha & Rock Island 5:-"5 pro
El Paso & San Francisco. Jt 6:00 pm
C-dar Rpld. Tipton I0:40 am
T vzs pm
t 6:30 am
t 3:25 pm
t 7:40 am
t 9:25 am
T 4:20 pm
ROCK ISLAND AND PEORIA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieih street station Main
line trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue iO minutes la advance of time given.
8:05 am ,9.12 pm
1:45 pm $5:55 pm
am ?l:55 pm
JJ:30 pm pm
Peoria, SpriDgneld. St. L.,
Peoria, Springfield. Indian
lnrton, St. Louis
P.nri. TCvnriflfl - .
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
Cable. Sherrard accom.
Cable St Sherrara Aceom.
Arr'vaL fOenarture. tDally. except Sun
lay. Phone West 1093, West 1128, West 1423.
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON St
Quincy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
s6:50am 6:35 am
t6:50 am t6:35 am
2:50 pm 12:11 pm
87:25 pm 7:10 pm
7:25 pm 7:10 pm
6:20 am 420 pm
s7:40 pm 6:25 am
7 00 am 7:00 pm
s7.00 am 7:00 pm
St. Louis, Springfield.
Galesburg. Peoria and
Sterling. Hendota and
eoria, Beardstown, Bur
lington, Denver ana
it. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific:
Sterling and points In
Cast Molina (suburban) . .
Oubuque, Olio ton. La
Crosso, Ft Paul, Minn
Jttnton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate,
a atop at hook Island 26 minutes for meals,
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
St St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. 1. 1 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.
rralns for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
i a AIMS.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
SAD 8 CI"
Oubuque and fct. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
Freeport fx press
' All trains dally except 8'inday
Pabll cation Kotlee C Iran eery.
State ef n'lnols, t
Rock Island County, f
In the Clrouit Court of said County, Septem
ber term, A. D. 1902
Calvin L. Girls vs Edward HeyL Bertha Heyl,
- Augustus Heyl. John Heyl. Jr., Ellen Heyl.
. Sebastian ScheU, Chrkalne Schell. la
' Chancery- .
Affidavit of the non-residence of the said
F.4ward Hevl. Bertha Hevl Augustus Beyl,
John HeyL, Jr. and Kllrn Heyl, impleaded
wlta tne above acrenainw, scmiuio icu
and Christine ScheU having been tiled la the
clerk's office of the circuit court of said
county, notice la therefore hereby given
to the said non-resident defendants that
the complainant filed bis bill of complaint
in mrniA nnurt. on the chancery side thereof.
on the liik day of August, A. D.. 1904, and
that thereupon a summons Issued out of
said court, wherein sa'd suit la now pend
ing, returnable on the third Monday io the
month of September net, as is by law re
quired. Now. unless you. the said non-rest
deot defendants above named. I'd ward HeyL,
Bertha Hevl, Aoeustus Heyl. John Heyl, Jr.,
and EUen HeyL shall pen-onally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the first day of
the next term thereof, to be bolden at Rock
island in and for the sa d county, on the third
Mnndav in Seo'etcber next, and plead, an-
rnr demur to the said comDlalnani'a bill
f eomp'aint. the same and the matters and
things therein. enargea ana tatea win do
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
------ . (jnoKGK w. uambljc, uierK. '
Rock la and. Illinois, Aug. 12, 1902.
Sbablk St Marshall. Complainant'! Bolle