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THE AHOTJS, TUESDAY, DECEMBETl 2, 1902.
HU TRtyHIIKS' OU1DB
CHICAGO. R.jCK ISLAND
W Pacific hauwiT Tickets
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1813 Second ave
nue, or U.K. i. f. tlepot
Fifth avenue foot of Tfclrty-
flrst street. Peoria branch oepot, root 01
Twentieth street. Frank H. Flummer, C. P. A.
Golden Staie L mtted
Denver Limited A Urcha. .
Ft. Worth, Denver ICC
Davenport A. Chlca-go
tOmaha Sc. Minneapolis...
Colorado & Omaha
Des Moines ft Omata
Deaver, IJneoln & Omaha.
Des Molnea Kzp re ss ........ .
St. Paul i Minneapolis .
Denver, Ft. Worth A.K. C.
i&acaas City. Kt Joe & Calif.
iRock Island Sc Washington
Chicago A DesMoires
Rock Island & Brooklyn Ac
f Omaha & Rock Island....
;1 Paso & San Francisco. .
tOdar Rapids. Tiptoe
t 0.20 am
It 8:45 am
-r 5rJ0 a a
t f:40 am
It 7:Sx we
f 1:25 pm
t 7:00 pm
It UJb pm
t tt:26 am
It 8:00 am
t 8:52 am
8:40 amlt 25 pm
5:15 att tlG:30 am
11:10 pm t 6:f7 am
in. pm t B:s pm
t 2:15 pm t 8:20 pm
1:S5 pm t J:10 am
5:45 pm t 9 85 am
t 60 pm tl2:45 pm
10:37 am t 4:63 pm
HOCK ISLAND AND PKORIA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieth atrest station Main
ne trains rtart from miln depot on Filth
avenue 5 t&inutes In advance of time given.
Peoria, Springfield, St. I
LK4VZ . ABKIVB
8:10 am 9 40 pm
Peoria, i'jirlcceeld, Indian
apolis. Cincinnati. Bioom-
ington, tot. rxjuis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
Cable ft Sherrard Aceoai.
Arrival. tIeoarture t Daily, except Sun
flay7 Phone West 10fe3. West 112. West 1423.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
TTrA5J5 r'UICAGO. BUKIJNGTON 4
tfSr'SW Qutncv Depot Second
llnu' tlQJtnn avenue and Twentieth street.
t,EAVK. , iBKI V
6 0 an 0:35 MS
tfi.Qjan 6:35 am
t2:Mpn tl2:ll pm
7:25pu 7:10 pm
7:23 pa: t7:10 pm
87:40 pa; "5 55 am
47 00 an : t7:00 rm
s7Coai.l 7aK pm
St. Ixrjua. S: 5rli.(fiild
Hialesbure, Peona and
Sterling, Mendoia ut.i.
Peon. Uoura.-ivowu. Bur
liptfion, Denver and
Bt. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver at.d I'aelllc
BtorUuK and points lo--termedlats
Dubuque, Clinton. Ij
Crosse, St Paul, U!nn
a4 N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and!
3 Stop at r ock Isiund 23 minutes for meals.
Dally. tlaUy except SuLday.
C1HIC AGO, MILWAUKEE
t & St. Paul Railway. D.,
II. I. . N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot ot seventeenth
street. .George W. Wood,
..en rTVi tnLiiit! for TJu-
,-Ssir, buque snd points north run
via- lliinois Slue ui river.
Trains for Freeport atd, Milwaukee will run
v'.a Dtfvenpoit. Clinton and Savanna.
All tratos HI connect at Savauna for points
east and west.
IHISiS. LtiV8 I ARBIVB.
Dubu.iue and St. Pa-il 1'as-
senger...... 7X0 am 11:40 am
AecommodAtlon 10:15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and bt. Paul Pas
senger 4:00 pm 9:15 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 9:15 pm
Freeport Express 4:'5 rm 11:10 am
All trains dally except Sunday
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
catine. New Boston, Keiihsburg.Oquaw
ka and Burlington.
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday .and Friday at 4
is acknowledged to be the Lest for
all bladder- and kidney diseases,
stomach trouble and rheumatism.
THE GRAND HOTEL
offers the best accommodations, and
the original springs is located with
in the grounds. .
For rates and other information
Grand Hotel Colfax. Iowa.
E. H. Gujer, Attorney.
State of Ill'ic.is,
Rock Island County,
In the Circuit Court of ftid county. In chan
cery. Foreclosure. No. 5098
Rock Island Mutual BuIId'n' Loan &, Savings
- Association - . -
Jels Jessen and Anna Jessen.
Notice Is hereby given that1 bjr virtue of a
decree of sala Cour entered in the above en
titled cause, on the Zli day of Octo
ber. A. D., 1902, I shall, on Saturday, the
Twenty ninth day of November, A. D., 1902,
at the hour o' two o'clock in the after
noon, at the north dc-r of the Court House.
In the City of Roc Island, In feaid County
of Kock Ifrlantf, to satisfy suld do-e, sell at
public vendue o the bigtest bidder for
cash In hand, that certain pvrcei of land
situate It. tbe County of Rock Island, and
state of Illinois, Jr.nown and described as
follows, to-wit: ' 1 " ' '-"
Begtxnlnr'on the east lire of Fortv-foorth
Etree , In the. city of hock Island, at a pol"t
eight hundred and nlntv s x feet north
of tne noith ll-e of Eighteenth avenue (18tb
avenue) in said rity; thence run east, one
hundred and twenty t -0) leer; thence north
forty-'hree (43) fee: thence west to the east
line of raid Forty-Jdurth street; tbee-e souto
aiong the sust line of said street to the place
of beglnring: being-a prs of th- southeast
quarter (if) cit tse ncrthwent quarter (W of
seation No six (0) In to Dship mo. seventeen
(17 rnh range No. one (1) vest ol the
fourth P M r -
Dated at Mallne I Mnols, this fourth day of
November, AD, 190i. - - '
1 : Wrj, EJtTBIKIw,
i Maatr In Chaneerv. Rook Island Ooucv. M.
E. H. GUTtB, Complainant's Soltnltor. -
Pretty, but so Thin!
"Doctor," said our clerk, as
a customer went out, " that wo
man would be a beauty if she
were not so horribly thin."
44 Yes," said the doctor, 44 she
is really ill ; most thin women
Unusual thinness may mean
worry, extra work, care of the
sick, nervousness, dyspepsia,
bowel troubles, or the first
sign of a serious disease like
The best thing we have found
for thin people, whatever the
cause, is Vinol.
To combine the medicinal
properties of cod liver oil with
organic iron in such a powerful
and yet well-tasting prepara
tion, was a great discovery. If
you try it and are not pleased,
we pay the money back.
Mall Orders Supplied. SI per Itottle. Ex
Harper House Pharmacy
Roc rid a toftr.
fMnjtfic.br Gem Sal a Cat.
f. . tx r MirMi.ceiA.NA,
A Dining Room
Is the special event at our store
AVe contracted for a very largf.
number before t!.e raK;c in prices
by the manufacturers, anil tvo will
now give the public l'.:o l;oni-fit of
Cane Seat Dining Chairs
5J.2.-. $1.C5. $1.5'). 51.75 & 52.00.
We hr.ve an elegant 1 in e of solid
oa!; siIe!:ouii3. French rriirrcr.':.
io.v a.1? S12.50. Hands ome Parlor
ar.d Chamber Furniture corrrsponrt
innly low in price.
A lart'o hancTsomcly tufted, velour
covered couch oak frame Guaran
A Good Valour Couch
' Between 3d"& 4th on Brady St.
DAVENPORT " IOWA
Tit ?a jeriv
ft is n
Kngincr Cornelius CHrien of train
.No. 1, who was injured Friday of last
week, in n fall from the viaduct on
Fifth and IJipley streets, is reported
to be rapidly recovering1 from his
hurts. No bones were broken. lie
sustained a bad scalp wound, but it is
A. ,1. l'reston is in Davenport arnin
:ifter several months spent in the Da
kotas. City Clerk .lohn MctJee is back in his
office loilay after several days :it
Mercy hospital, yetting' over a severe
attack of tonsilitis.
Frank Lunger, of the state universi
ty, is the ;uest of his friend, lin.v
Oelkers, at the home f the later in
the Lorenzen building'.
Miss Kdua (Jreen of Fast Thirteenth
street has returned home from an ex
tensive visit with her brother in the
Asm us Lamp, of tlie Davenport
Klevator company, is confined to his
home, suffering' from a stroke sus
tained on Tuesday of last week.
Dr. V. W. Starluiek is entertaining
his brother. Hay Starbiu-k, of Uricc
l.vn. .Minn., who is a student at the
Iowa State I'niversity.
.Mr. and .Mrs. l'ark T. lSurrows ar
rived home Saturday nig-ht after their
wediling- trip, which included a
m;nihs visit ill various points in the
Julius Lamp, of Marysville. who,
three weeks ago figured in a runaway
accident on lira ml avenue.-is now" be
ing1 treated with anti-toxin to over
come an attack of tetanus.
About -1.1 (irceks came to Davenport
Saturday from Wie Flick A- Johnson
works on the Milwaukee eut-otT. but
work went right along there, and the
company sent a carload of men to
Washington in a special coach at
tached to the next train, passenger
No. 7. The lireeks had plenty of mon
ey, and about- :; of them bought tick
ets to Chicago and 1.1 took passage to
Kansas City. The men in the party
whoslung Fnglish better than the rest
said they had been receiving1 $2 a day
for their work on the cutoff, but ol
jeetejl to not being1 able to board them
selves. The fact that the work is most
distant from the source of supply com
pels the company to let the board
ing of the men out upon contract, and
this particular party of Creeks
couldn't siand the high life that was
t he result.
The death of Mjss Ida Franzmucllcr
occurred at Mercy hospital yesterday
morning. For It months the
young lady has been an inmate of
that institution, suffering1 from a
dangerous malady of the stomach.
An operation for her relief was un
successful, and only her death
brought escape from her illness. Miss
Franzmucllcr was a native of Milwau
kee, where she was born nearly -7
Always the Same
The Pride of Milwaukee.
Send Postal Card for New Bro
chure Which Tells Why
BLATZ BEER IS, RIGHT.
' ' (NON-INTOXICANT)
TONIC FOB THE VEAK
All Druggists or Direct. '
Tal Blats BrawloK Co , MUwankse
BKARDSLKV & BAILEY, Wholesale
Deaters.217 Klghteeuth St. Phone 1135
See t fferms that
duster ' nrouid aad
eat at tha root ef the
fealr, ' maktne ds.nd.
roff, causing filers
ludr. finally bald
aiark f h Icfnior
marks tbe internal
lyr. C " mark i
ta 3 root of Vha bolr.
Destroy tbosa parasitic eerma;
and It 1 lbs only hair preparation
that does. "Destroy the cauM,
you remove the effect."
FC2 SAIJ5 BY lilUJCSISTS.
For saIe'ty ;ri.JTL17u4a
years ago. When1 she was nbout. 6
years of age she was brought to this
city 13 her parents, upon their remov
al here for residence, and she has lived
here ever since. She was a young wo
man of most likeable quality, ami she
was very widely known, and nut less
generally beloved. She has been em
ployed in the curtain department of
the I'etersen store for several years,
and she will be sadly missed from her
place there. She is survived by a
number of relatives, her mother, -of
this city, the nearest of .kin. The fu
ne'ral arrangements contemplate the
holding of the service at the home of
Miss Kmma Schricker, on Clay street,
but the hour is. not yet known, owing
to the distance at which some of the
Frederick Krtisc died at 7 o'clock
yesterday morning at his home, SIS
West Fifth street, at the age of (1
years, and after being confined to his
bed with sickness for the last 10
weeks. Mr. Kruse was a well know u
business man. a member of the part
nership of Kruse & I'etersen, which
conducted a dry goods store on West
Second street from 1871, when the
firm was formed, until a few- months
ago, when Mr. Kruse sold his interest
in the large business to Mr. I'.ugis
laus. and the name of the linn was
changed to V.ugislaus !t I'etersen.
Mrs. Lizzie Duliois, aged 4ji years,
passed jiw ay at her home, two and a
nan miles south of i;iue lirass, in
liuffalo township, Sunday afternoon
at 4 o'clock. She is survived by her
husband and seven children.
.la mt's O'llaie. a boarder at Miller's
hotel on West Second street, fell over
the railing and down a flight of stairs
at that, house last evening about 7
o'clock and sustained injuries which
made necessary his removal to St.
Luke's hospital. lie was unconscious
for some time after he fell.
Proceedings have begun in an adul
tery case which, if it ever comes to
trial, will be one of the most sensa
tional in certain respects ever known
in the history of the county. A man
over M) years of age is the complain
ant, and he accuses his wife, who .is
also mi octogenarian, of wrong con
duct with a voting lian not over no.
who boards at the house of the aged
couple. All the parties to the pros
lective court scandal reside in the
country. Proceedings are contem
plated by the husband and likely to
be begun in a local court in the shape
of a preliminary examination of the
young man chnrged with undue inti
macy with a woman over SO years of
age. The husband makes the allega
tion that his wife lias become enam
ored of their youthful and good
At a meeting of the Davenport Mu
tual Plate Class Insurance associa
tion, held at the office of W. C. Put
nam, the following -ofticers were elect
ed to serve during the ensuing year:
President, W. C. Putnam; vice presi
dent, Walter Chambers; secretary
and treasurer, Lee Crabbe; executive
committee, John C. Drauch, John
Hall and Capt. August Keimers.
Tommy Dixon, the crack pugilist,
who is to meet Hayes Muhs in the
ring for a boxing contest in the near
future, according to a telegram re
ceived in the city yesterday will ar
rive tomorrow- and will go into train
ing at the rooms of the Moline Ath
letic club. The mill is to be pulled
off it week from this evening at Clans
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen it Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
llomeseekers' excursions the first
and third Tuesdays to points in Min
nesota. Iowa, Nebraska and Dakcda
via the C, M. Sc St. V. railway.
Ttednrml lSaten for Holiday
The Nickel Plate road will sell tick
ets Dec. 24, 25 and :n, 1902, and Jan. 1,
11)03, at rate of a fare and a third for
the round trip, to any point located
in Central Passenger association ter
ritory, good returning to and includ
ing Jan. 2, 1903. Pullman service on
all trains. Individual club meals,
ranging in price from 35 cents to $1,
served in dining cars. Address John
Y. Callahan, general agent, 113 Ad
ams street, Chicago, for particulars.
Chicago city ticket office, 111 Adams
street; depot, Harrison street and
Fifth avenue. .
O , iM. A St P.
For Christmas and New Year holi
day excursion tickets can be sold to
stations within a distance of 200
miles at one fare and one-third for
the round trip.
No excursion ticket to be sold for
less than 50 cents.
Tickets "to be sold Dec. 24, 23 and 31,
1902, and Jan. 1, 1903, limited for con
tinuous passage in each direction and
for going passage commencing date
of sale, with final limit up to and in
cluding Jan. 2, 1003. .
For further' information call at the
ticket, office, foot, of . Seventeenth
street. 'Phone 1363 west. -
Mrs.C. K. Cornell has been with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. i. Krizzell, of
The T. M. S. club has issued invita
tions to a dancing party to be given
at the Skinner annex Dec. 11.
Axel I'ergstedt. a student in Xorth
l'ark college at Chicago, visited with
friends in Moline Sunday, and took
part in some of the exercises at Mis
It. F. Peek and family left Moline
yesterday for their new home in Chi
cago. Mr. Peek will take up his du
ties sis assistant to I'nited States Dis
trict Attorney ltethca at once.
Former Alderman John T. Meegan
and wife, of 161s Ninth street, were
married on Thanksgiving day in ls7.
and their 2.1th anniversary was mer
rily celebrated by them and ,12 of
their friends. Among the souvenirs
of the occasion Mr. and Mrs. Meegan
have a very tine silver tea set to show,
as well as a number of other pretty
things in silver. Mr. Meegan is one of
the Pump company's most popular
The ladies oT the First M. K. church
will hold a sale and supper at the
church parlors Thursday. Dec. -I. af
ternoon and evening.
OHicer W. O. Disuut has returned
from a visit with his children. Merton
and Claire, who are attending school
Perry Wessel returned to Iowa City
yesterday to resume his studies at the
llfi?vcrsity of -Iowa, after spending
ihe Thanksgiving vacation with his
parents. Dr. and Mrs. P. 11. Wessel.
At the parsonage of the Swedish
Lutheran church Saturday evening
at 7 o'clock. Charles A. Lumlliolm and
Miss Alma C. Lilljejuist were mar
ried, Kcv. C. A. lleinborg of that
church tiiig the nuptial knot. The
attendants were Axel Lundholiii and
Miss Kmma Lilljequist, brother and
sister of the groom and bride. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. K. Lilljequist and the groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Luudholm, of Hl'O
Fourteenth street, ami he is employed
in the plow fitting department of
Deere Co.'s. They will go to house
keeping at 720 Fourteenth street.
Dick, the mate of Charley in the
chemical fire engine team, fell dead in
his tracks Sunday evening when mak
ing a run in response to an alarm
from box 4.1. corner of Twenty-lirst
st rect iintl Seventh avenue.
The annual fair of the C. !. Turnte
rcin oH:lied last night at Turner hall.
The main' lloor will be given up en
tirely to the booths and the wheel of
fortune. Down stairs the Cicrman vil
lage is t he-at t ractiou. The center of
the main floor is occupied by the flow
er booth; the north end of the room,
by the fancy hand needlework booth;
west side by the Japanese and the t,;M
booths. The doll booth not only con
tains articles for sale, but is also a
doU show. Prizes will be awarded
for the' be.-t looking, the best-dressed,
the odest and the favorite doll.
These points will be decided by vote.
Kach evening of the week there will
be baud music and various amuse
ments to attract the people. The ar-
rangements committee is composed
of Fred Peters. Fred Anderson. Otto
Jensen and (Ins Peters.
Miss Fdith Proomhall. of the high
school faculty, entertained the foot
ball eleven ami lady friends to the
number of :2. together with a few
other friends at the home of W. II.
Kichards Saturday evening. Silhou
ette pictures were drawn y Fred
Cowley of the guests as they arrived,
and when the collection was exhibited
some lively guessing was participated
in for the prize of correctly naming
the largest number of shadow-graphs.
Miss llroomhall also presented the
boys with clever water-color sketches.
Those present were: Dell Arrell.
lteisch Arrell. Oscar Shallberg, Uobert
Shallberg. Clarence Isaacson. Hoy
P.aas, Henry Kelting, Oilpin Stroni-
berg, Arthur Towndrow. Phi
Fred Cowley, Almond Ford.
Vinton, Frank Ogden. Charlie
Ilav (Irifin; Misses Zav Porter
ia Tunnicliff, Alice West berg. Mabel
C rents?. Je.ssie TCntrikin, Irene Wood
yatt, Maud Posten, Kdna Fast man,
Craee Johnson, Annie Dunderberg, Ce
cil Enegren, (irace Eastman, (ioldie
Kneberg, Helfred Swan. Edna Creutz.
Kx1ol DysppKla Cnre
Digests all classes of food, tones and
strengthens the stomach and diges
tive' organs, cures dyspepsia and indi
gestion, stomach troubles, and makes
rich, red blood, health and strength.
Kodol rebuilds worn out tissues, pur
ifies, strengthens and sweetens the
stomach. Gov. G. W. Atkinson, of
West Virginia, says: "I have used a
number of bottles of Kodol and have
found it to be a very effective and,
indeed, a powerful remedy for stom
ach ailments. I recommend it to my
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Kiessldrug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
A kidney or bladder trouble can al
ways be cured by using Foley's Kid
ney Cure in time. All druggists.
Bow Art Tmr Kldneya t
Dr Hobbs BpanuroaPlllseiire all kidney Ilia. Pam.
nJafraa. Add. bvarliM tUiutrtT Co..CiucttO urlx.K-
C0N3T1PATI0N STARTED YOUR SUFFERING,
CURE IT AND YOUR AFFLICTION WILL VAKISH.
null's Grape Tonic
wnen tnennulEresterl toorl remains
t empties highly diseased germs into
i J .I...-;.-, Tl1,lin l'. rfl : Til
will be sent free to anv address on
by the Lightning Jlediciae Co., liock Island, Ii!. Send nama of vir
druggist. All druggists sell Mull
FOR SALE IX POCK ISLAND
Brewed from carefully scle.tcd
leave liie brrv.'erv
Chicago, Dei-. 2 rellowlpg arc tie open
ing, highest, lowest and closing Quotations
in today's markets:
Dec, 72 : 72',: 7: 72';.
Mav. 7.V 70 7 1-: T.Vvj 1
July, 7-.'-tt; 73-; 72.,; r.t-,.
Dec. 5:1'.-: .V; 53s: 6'.
Jan. -f.-V ' s', 47-s,: ls'4 J
Uy, . 42".: i'-'ry. -. !
Dec. 14:3I'- t-l: at .
May, Sis : 5UV. 32'.::-S
Jan., 15.77; 15 SV t54'7: tft S2
May, ll.Hj; 15 02; 14 s.: !.i...ri
Der.. 10 (HI 10.10: .'.:: I'l 1 .
Jan.. 9.42. 9 47: H 37: i."
May, b.7.1: 8-H': 8.72; s.ni
Jan., H.oT; S .1.1: S.'"'?: s.r..
May, 7 w. s u: 77: sum
Receipts todav: Wheat Mi. corn :502. oa s
1st: hogs 45.IMI; cattle u.rji). -.lu-ep 20.'JiJ.
Hok market opened j,c lower.
Hots left over n.UU
HOf,'S at Kansas City 14.U.X). cattle 17.0X):
hogs at Ouiaha s ,VX caltle 4...iv;.
Light. o siSi: mixed and butch
ers. Ifj.a 6 4tt; rood heavy, i." ni.g.40; rough
heavy, l.vsof-.e (X).
Cattle market opened lower
Sheep market opened lower.
Union stock yarUs :40 a. m.
Hog market opened slow and .V lower.
Linht. I.1.S03.&3H: mixed and eutcners. .1i
iafi.4'1: good heavy, K Ki.i.S; zough heavy,
t'aitle market, slow aid -w-cik.
Sheep market slww at veterdav's declir.e.
Hop market closed Wvaa.
LikIK, ..Krr.ti.20: mixed and hitchers. ..)
4t6.40; good heavy, ..sii.(J.45; rou?h neavy.
Cattle market closed slow at jesterday's
Sheep market closed weak.
Kstimated rece!jts Wednesday: Wheat 40
corn SO, Oils 125. hogs 4ti.WXi.
New Tork Stocks.
New York. Itec. 2 The followintr are the
Closing quotations on the New York atock
So. Pacific 62S, sugar 120V O. & A. com. 33.
raa 131S.- i'enna. 157H B. c o. fs"-. C. Ii. I.
P. com 4:t. C. M. & St. t K.I1,. Manhattan 1M.
Pacific Mail t. Atchison com. 2?a. W. U.
Tel. Co. ss. N. Y. Central 15iv4. 1. & N.
13HS. B. It. T. CIS. Rdjr. com. Hi. leather
com. 12vi. copper 67. Atcnison ptd. W. V.
S. Steel ptu S3?,. U. S Steel commou:v5.
Missouri l'acitlc lGV Union I'acit.c common
9.i-. coal and ironf7. Krie roinmon its-u
Wabash ptd 44, Can Pacific 12;34. l:eiiubnc
Steel common nv Republic Steel piu. 71.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today'a Qnotalluna oo Provlnluua, Lire
Stock.' Feed and FoeL
Rock Island, Dec. 2 Following -are the
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery 22c. dairy 20c
Eggs Fresh 21c
Live poultry Spring chickens 9c per
pound, hens tic per pound, ducks Sc, turkeys
loc. geese Si-.
Vegetables Potatoes. SOc to 35c
Fruit Apples 50c to 7Tc per bushel.
Cattle Steers ts.25 to J6 00. cows and
heifers 2.oo to 1.50. calves f 4..o to M.O0.
Hogs Mixed and butcherb .V50 to tf.2S
Sheep Yearlings or over, per cwt. 100to
t3 50, Lambs per head (3.75 to g5.0u.
Feed Bind Fuel.
Grain Corn new, oai5c; oats,
new St'r to 40
Forage Timothv hay. f 10 to $12. prairie
19 to fin. baled prairie ialed timothy.tU
Wood Hard, per load 5.fti.
Coal-Lump, per bushel 13c alack, per
Podily pain loses its terror if you've
a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eelectric Oil
hi the house. Instant relief in cases
of burns, cuts, sprains, accidents of
KtlSltirS O.'HTRZST cure all (imaa or tb
1b.wb mhnA kr vmtoeiue. fall, at
liu 60c. Jufciuum. Holir a C. railaiMpata.
When the bowels move irregularly tho entire
bodily system must Buffer. Constipation more
irequently occurs among women and it mani
fests itself in provoking profuse leucorrhea
and other 6erioua female diseases. Ilegular
bowels will result in a completecure when you
use Moil's Grape Tonic. Unliko pills ami
ordinary cathartics, this remedy 13 a miid,
gentle laxative in addition to being a greater
ilesh-builder, blood-maker and strength-giver
mancoa yer ou or auy oiuer preparation i
recommended for that yurposo. Mull's (iraim '
Tonic will permanently cure the most cbEtin-'
ate case of constipation, and tho numerous
afflictions that invariably follow in ita v.ake.
if it is piles, liver complaint, kidiu-v tl
vertigo, palpitation of the heart,
or ine Beir-poiaoning wcicn fellows y
in thahntiH awhprB it T-,itrr.eii
tha blood, such a3 typhoid and
: ; 1 .. -r - 1 . . .
receipt of 10 cents to cover postatre.
s Urape Tonic at 50 cents a bottle.
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Digests what you eat.
Heart Troubles are not Always
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Do not get scared if your heart
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Cure digests what you eat and gives
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is the only preparation known that
Digests all Classes of Foods.
That is why it cures the worst cases
of indigestion and stomach trouble
and gives relief as soon as taken. It
may be used in all conditions.
It can't help but
do you good
Joseph E. Peabody, of ritcairn, Sr.
Lawrence Co., !N. Y., says: "My son
DTarvey has been troubled with his
heart and stomach a good deal. I am
truly glad to say that Kodol Dyspepsia
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mend it with great pleasure to every
one. He has used several bottles. Be
fore he had taken four doses be found
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Prepared onlvby RCDeWitt & Co.,C)ilca'Oi.
The ? 1. bottle contaias-SH times the 50c. size.
For sale by Harper House pharma
cy and A. .1. Pciss, corner Seventh av
enue and Twenty-seventh street.
Searle & Marshall and M. E. Sweeney, Attor
neys. Stae or Illinois.
Rock Island Countv I"
la the Circuit Court of r-aid caunty. In
Chancery. Foreclosure. No 5108.
John ( irogan
Rl15 Daxon. Samuel Ii. Daton. F. H. Cald
well. J m s Clow, tl K Godrrey a sig-neof
nernun .1 Huyett.Davld T Livtie.J. K Hurk
ha t. Pnil F Znn. J. H. Ciilmore. W. C.
Maii".knr and llada Buiknnrt
Notice is Hereby given that by virtue Of a
decree of said Court, enter d in the above en
titled eue. on the Fiftee.nth dy of Octo
oer. A U. ly02 I snail, on Saturday, the Thir
teenth day of December. A. D. 102. at the hour of
two o'clock in tbe afternoon. at the east door of
the Court House in tho City of Rock Island in
said County of Kock Isltnd. to satis
fy said decree, sell at public vendue
to the highest bidder for cash In
hand, those certain rarceis of land Mtoate tn
the County of Kock I -land and state of Illi
nois, known and described at follows. to-wl:
Lots No one (1) aod lour () In bloc No.
fif tv-seven V7) tn -"hicaeo or lower addition to
the Cltvor kock i-lana.
Dated at Moiine, Illinois, this eleventh day
of November, A. L: lw2
Walter J K.-ctkikiw,
Master In Hhaneery, Rock Island oounty, LU.
SkAHI.K & MAK.SU!,'.
M. K Swecset, Defendants' Solicitor.
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i:tcps you well. -Our trada
ui.-.rlc cut an each package.
Prire, 35 cents. Kaver aoi4
in bulk. Accept1 no substi
tU. A(k your drugxUU
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