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niE ARGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1902.
THl T BATELKB8 GUIDE.
nHiOAOu rjCK island
J & Pacific Hallway Ticket
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1818 Second ave
nue, or O , R. LAP. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Tblrty-
flrst street. Peoria branch depot, foot of
Twentieth street. Frank H. Plummer, O P. A.
Denver Liaiited & Oneaba..
Ft. Worth, Denver 4 K C.
Davenport & Chicago
tOmaha & Minneapolis..
Colorado A Omaha
De a Moines tt Omaha
Dnver, Lincoln &. Omaha.
Des Moines Express
St. Pul& Minneapolis...
Denver, Ft. Worth K. O.
tkansas City, St Joe & Calif.
$Rock Island & Washington
Chicago & Des Moines.
Rook Island & Brooklyn Ac
tOmaha St Rock Island
Bl Paso & San Francisco..
: jo pia
. ,.. nnt . nrvrarnw
Trains leave Twentieth street station Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue o umuitca u - - - - -
Peoria, Sprjngfleld. St. I,
B 40 pre
J9: 45 am
Peoria, Springfield, Indian
lngton, St- Louis :..
Peoria Express ............
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
cinnati. Blooming ton....
Cable & sterrard iccom.
Cable & Sherrard Aceom.
Arrtval tPeparture tDally. except Sun
day! Phone West 1088. West 1128, West 1428.
- CHICAGO, BCKL1NUTON &
252; w Quincy Depot Second
avenue ana i weuueui
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
St. Louis, Sprlngheld.
Galesburg. Peoria and
Sterling. Mendota and
rtiAAfMV ... ....
DOlut o:35 am
t8:03as t8:35 am
tSAOpir tl8:ll pm
8725 pm 7:10 pm
t7:25 pro t7:10 pm
87:40 pa '5 55 am
7-00 air j 7.-00 pm
87 00 an. I 7:00 pm
PmiHl Ttaardstown. Bur
lington, Denver andj
Ri Lsmla. Kansas CltV
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points 1e
tArmedl&te . ...... ......
Dubuoue. Clinton, La
Crosse, P t Paul, Minn
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clin ton and Intermediate
s Stop at h ock Island 25 minutes for meals.
Daily. tDailv except Souaa. ,
St St. Paul R-ilway. D.,
R. L N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of seventeenth
iTZZZvZ ,,71 street, ueorge w. wuoa,
flr.Mi' agent. The trains for Du-
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of. river.
Trains for Freeport aid Milwaukee wlji run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at savanna for points
east and went.
I LKAYI ABBITS
Dubuque ana St. Paul Pas
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
10 :15 am
9 :15 pm
All trains dally exoent Sunday
Searle St Marshall and M. E. Sweeney, Attor
neys. State of Illinois, !
Rock Island County (
In the Circuit Court. of said county. In
Chancery. Forrnlos- re No 5108.
EUaU Daxon. Samuel K. Eaxon. F. H. Cald-
Yell, LU V IU w , c u w i J '"
bermaa J Huyett.DavId T Li tle.J. K Hurk-
na t, rail x Ziian, u. n. uaimuic. t . v.
Mau-k-r and Hada Bu-khr
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
Afrf of said Court, enter, d U the above en
titled came, on the Fifteenth dy of 'Cto-
ber. A U 1902 I Soall. on Saturday, the Thir-
two o'clocfe tn the afternoon, at the east floor of
tee tOUrt HOUSv in ue iwj ui iwiva iuu ui
PAnr. v jt Mrta Tal rif1 . tn ft At. In -
fy said decree, sell at pubic vendue
t the highest bidder for cash in
. v. a ..rtmin iAriH of lund sitnate In
the cVuntv of Kock I-land and Sta.e of Illi
nois, known and described a- follows, to-wit:
fifty-seven (57) In ' blcagoor lower addition to
tne -I lv i nuun i.wuu
Mbd at Moiine, Illinois, th eleventh da 5
of November, A. u. 190i-
WALTER J. ESTRIKIH,
Master Id Chancery, kock Island county. 111
SEAKL.K & MARSHAL!
M. E Swimir, Defecdants' Srllrltor.
Notice ot Pnbllcatlcio Priltlon
State f Illinois
Rocb sla'-d County, (
la the circuit court. . to the January term.
A. D 103.
Elmer E. Reyco ds
John B. Bowser. Harr W Fox and C E.
fhi'f. Bua-dtan of H.rrv W . Fox
Affidavit of non-residence of the above
nmd defendan-s, Harry W F' x and C E
rhB cuardlan of said Harry W. Fox
having oen Bird In the Cierk's cmce
of tbe Circuit ourt ot said Couuty, notice
i therefore herebv srvei to tne saia non
resident def endanxs tbat the c mplalnant filed
his bill of complaint In said Court, on the
Cbancrv side thereof, on the 5th day of De
cember, 1902, and that thereupon a summons
Issued out of said Court wherein SRld suit is
row pendlnir, returnable on tbe ufih day In
tbe month of January next, as Is 07 law
required. Now, unless you, the said non rerfl
Ac.t ri-fnd ta above named H trry W
w..-r anrt r. v. Che. cuardlan of said Harry
W. Fox. shall personally be and appear before
oaJA ctrnuit i:ourt on the - first da of the
next term 'hereof, to be nolden at Rock is-
lanfi in unil for the said Countv. on the fifth
da in the month of January next, and
ni-i knRwer Tr demur to the said Con
nlnin ant's bill of complaint, the same and
the mut.t.prs and thlncs thee in charged nd
stated will be taken as confess d. and a de
cree ente-d against yon according- to the
prayer of said bill. "
.jboros W Gambia, Clerk.
Rock Island, FL. December 6, I90
Lcciam At'AMS. Compl-nrsnt's Sollnl-r.
E. H. Guyer, Attorney.
State of luinoik, 1
Rock Island County. 1
I11 the Circuit Cnurt of sId County. In chair
c.erv Foreclosure No 5098
The Kock )sa d Mutual Building, Loan tnd
John Goossens, Victoria Goossens, Mary
Notice is hereby given, that by. virtue of
decree of said Court, entered In the above
entitled cause on the Hi day of octeber,
A. D. 1902, I shall, on Saturday, the 29tb
3a.v of Nnvimb'.r. A. D.. 1902, at the. hour Of
two o'clock In the afternoon, at the
Knnh door of the Court House. In the
City of Rook Island, In Bald County of
Rock Island, to satisfy ald decree, sell at
nubile vendue - to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, that certain parcel of land
situate In tbe County of Bock Island and
state of Illinois, known And described a
Lnt No. two (t In block No one hundred
and seventy-eight (178), In the town of aat
Moiine. ' "
Dated at Moiine, Illinois, this fourth day of
November, A. D., 19
WAI.TIR J. FNTHIKIW.
Ma-ter In Chanter?. Ko-k Island County, 1 1
E H. GUTR rvmnlainrt olicito
writ I rt7 RADfcTFM? Drunk-
V V AA-A-.V T T - - a
TREATMENT phmt Tob
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment,
has cured thousands; has Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW tSAKK. U.,
Hill II Hill iy M 1 111 I
Always the Same
The Pride of Milwaukee.
Send Postal Canl for Nw Bro
chure Which Tells Why
BLATZ BEER IS RIGHT.
i BLATZ filALT-VIVINE t
TONIC FOR TUB WEAK
All Druggists or Direct.
Val Blata Brewing; Co, Milwaukee
BEARDSLEY & BAILEY, Wholesale
Dealers, 217 Eighteenth St. Phone lisso
ELY'S C SAM BALM
Easy and pleas
ant to use. Con
tains no injurious
dniff. It is quick- nnl n k. UP A D
ly absorbed. Gives ULU ntrty
relief at onoe. It opens and cleans
es the nasal oassasres. Allavs inflam
mation. Heals and protects the mem
brane. Restores the senses of taste
and smell. Larre size. 50 cents, at
druggists or by mail; trial size, 10
cents, by mail.
56 Warren Street, New York.
DtRCCTION CHAMBERUN.KINDT A. COMPANY.
Tuesday, Dec. 9. .
Miss Percy Haswell
As Princess Angela in the
A ROYAL FAMILY
(which ran tor two years at the Lyce.
um theatre. New York), supported by
an excellent company.
Management of HENRY B. HARRIS.
Pr ces: 25c. SOc. 7fc. ( l.OO and H.RO.
Seats on sale Monday at Illinois Smoker
Wednesday, Dec. 10.
Mammoth Pro.luction of
Ten Nightsk" Bar Room
Ne Spectacular Production with
America's Greatest Juvenile Stars,
THE FAMOUS SEMON CHILDREN.
High Class Vaudeville Features.
Watch for the noon-day parade.
Prices 26. 35, 60 cents.
DlRlCTION CrtAMatRLIN.KlMBT ACOP1PANV.
Thursday, Dec. II.
THE FAMOUS CREATOR OF FUN
"The comedian you all know."
AS JOE MILLER,
The Vinegar Bviyer.
A THREE ACT LICENSE
By Herbert Hall Wlnslow.
Llebler & Co., Managers.
Ezra Kendall, undisguised and irre
sistibly funny, struck a pay streak of
laughter which will make his comedy
mine stock leap to the top. Amy Les
lie, in Chicago News.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT?
Prices 25c to tl.EO.
Ol RtCTI ON Cham be r u n,Ki npt a company.
Sunday, Dec. 14-
A FESTIVAL OP LAUGHTER,
The Original and Only
A BUNCH OF KEYS
OR THE HOTEL
Presented by a Company of Farce -Comedy
Favorites in tbe Latest Hits, 1
Fads, Songs and. Dances of the Day.
'. Superb Specialty Features and tbe
Funniest Mela ge of Musical Mer
riment Ever Before Pro-
duced A New Depart
ure In Fascinat
. Prices J5c, 85c and 80c.
Seats on sale Friday morn log. .
Give yourself a cbance to make mon
ey. Complete course In Shorthand
(20. Six months to learn. CoKt-only
a stamp to Investigate. 'Address, in
English or German. A. E. lulf
Ml' fH. Hllmikw, Wis
i ii ii i r Ti r nr-rrp-p 1
The deed given by the Flick &
Johnson Construction company to the
Iettendor Metal Wheel company.
conveying the property known as the
Emerson-Fisher, or old ictor lluot
factory on the northeast corner of
Fourth and Le Claire streets, for the
consideration of $7,000, was filed for
record with the county registrar Sat
The wedding of Dr. John V. Littig
and Miss ?essie Cassell at Trinity
church, on the evening'of Dee. 17, will
be., preceded by a . series of social
gayeties, out of compliment to the
bride and groom in this happy affair
and those who support them in the
ceremony that will be a notable feat
ure of the social season.
A fur collar and a pair of gloves
were stolen irom tne ltoston store
Saturdny. The managers of the big
down town stores are now on the
lookout for shoplifters, who are like
ly to ply their trade during the holi
day season, when the congestion of
the stores is great.
Rev. Joseph 15. Johnson preached
at the Christian church Sunday. He
is visiting here with friends. Thirty
years ago he was a pastor here, and
this is his first visit to Davenport
since that time.
Miss Mabel liird, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harrison ISird, who is con
nected, with the art department of
Matshull Field's store, in Chicago, is
n Davenport upon a visit which will
last until after the holidays.
Fire destroyed the big stone crush
ing plant at the Grommoll quarry
near Hettenclorr hunclay morning.
causing a loss of about $1,500. It Is
supposed to have been of incendiary
origin and to have been started by
some unknown person. There was no
way to stop the spread of the flames
and in two hours after the fire start
ed the ouiitiing ami machinery were
The contractors are making such
good progress with the Outing club's
new building that they are now get
ting it under roof. It will soon be en
tirely enclosed, and the interior con
struction can then go on as rapidly
lis the builders may be able to push
it. There is a hope that it will be
completed so that it can be used by
the first of May. There is no doubt
that the new club will see a busy sea
son during the coming summer.
Con McVey and Hugh Feeney, two
men in the employ of the Hettendorr
Axle company on its new plant at
Dettendorf, were injured while they
were digging a trench Sunday after
noon. .V cave-in occurre.l and both
the men were caught in it. being
bruised to such an extent that they
had to be removed to their homes in
this city in a carriage. Their injuries
are not thought likely to cause more
than temporary disability.
Mrs. M. Sheahan and daughter Mar
garet have returned from a delightful
six weeks' visit to Kansas City, Her
rington, Kans., and Chickasaw, Indi
an Territory, where they were the
guests of Heiijamin anil Thomas Shea
han, formerly of this city.
Fire which is thought to have start
ed from the sove and which caught
first in a number of boxes of cereal
food on the counter near the heater,
caused the department to make a run
Sunday afternoon about 4 o'clock to
the C. G. Daly grocery at Brady and
Thirteenth, and damaged the stock,
in the sky comes
tha Star of healtn.
to tho weak and
d oca for the stom
ach that which tt
Is unable to do for
Itself, even if but
supplies the natural
Juices of digestion and
does the work of the
stomach, relaxing the
nervous tension, while
the Inflamed muscles
and membranes of that
organ are allowed to
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of the heart.
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying and
strengthening the glands, 1
membranes of the stom
ach and digestive organs.
Tacr Dealer Caa S apply Too.
Bottles only. St, 00 Size holding 2tf times
the trial size, which sells for 50c .
Prepared by U CDs WITT 4 CO. CSIUOO.
CHEISKEU S OINTMENT ntm tor., ltck.V
ringworm, tetter, .ryiipel.., ac.!d b.d, ptmpl.., 1 I
blotches. .11 .kiadtMun. Krlleve. cld, burt).. At I 1
drorqut. 0. Jonmt.it. H..llow.r 4 Co., 1-hU.iU. J J)
bv the flames And smoke, tn the ex
tent of about $800. . ,
Davenport relatives of Miss Marie
Hogan Carroll, of Chicago, received
word by telegram yesterday that she
had died at her home in that place
and that the body would arrive in this
city last evening, ready, for funeral
services this morning at 9 o'clock,
with interment at St. Marguerite's
cemetery. Miss Carroll was born and
reared in Davenport and had a large
circle of friends here. She was 30
years of age "at the time of her death.
She clerked in the M. C. O'Kane dry
goods store here and went to Chicago
with her parents about ten yearR ago.
She was a cousin of A. K.and E. J.
Carroll, the lawyers, and of Dr. W. D.
Carroll. The news of her death was
a great surprise, . since she had not
been known to be even seriously ill.
The cigar factories of Nicholas
Knhnen and Johannes Westphal have
been unionized. The Knhnen com
pany, one of the best known in the
west, has long refused to unionize,
but did so yesterday, making formal
announcement that its cigars would
from this time on bear the union la
bel. The cigarmakers' union is said
to be getting very strong here and to
be likely to get other large establish
ments into line in a short time.
Death came suddenly, but not un
expectedly, yesterday to Joseph Froe
lich, at about 3 o'clock in the after
noon, at his home, 410 East Four
teenth street. Since he sustained an
apoplectic stroke at 5:30 Friday
morning until the time of his pass
ing his condition was in the highest
degree critical, but yesterday morn
ing he appeared to have made a
marked gain in strength, and Dr.
Kuh, a Chicago specialist who had
been by the bedside of the patient for
several days and nights, departed for
his home with the opinion that the
case .was by no means a hopeless one.
Such was also the opinion of Daven
port physicians called into consulta
tion, and their hopes, as well as those
of the Chicago specialist, were high
est yesterday morning. Joseph Froe
lich would have been 47 years of age
if he had lived until Feb. Oth next.
He was born at Ullrichstein, Ger
many, and spent hs boyhood there,
where his mother, now over 00 years
of age, is still living. Thirty years
ago Mr. Froelich came to the United
States, and ten years later he came
to Davenport, from Mattoon, HI.,
where he had leen engaged in the
clothing business. In Davenport he
started the Why store, which he con
tinued to conduct to the time of his
death. The surviving relatives of the
immediate family are Mrs. Kena Froe
lich, the wife, and a son and daugh
ter, Lester and Selma. A brother,
fins Froelich, resides in Baltimore,
land another brother, Moses Froelich.
lives in IJavenport.
The funeral will be held from the
residence on East Fourteenth street
at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles
Queen & Crescent fast line to J3ir
mincrham and New Orleans. Two fast
Only through car line to Asheville,
X. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Homeseekers excursions the first
and third Tuesdays to points in Min
nesota, Iowa, Nebraska and Dakota
via the C, M. & St. P. railway.
CM. 8t P.
For Christmas and New Year noli
day excursion tickets can be sold to
stations within a distance' of 200
miles at one fare and one-third for
the sound trip.
No excursion ticket to be sold for
less than50 cents.
Tickets to be sold Dec. 24, 25 and 31,
1002, 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
eluding Jan. 2, 1903.
For further information call at the
ticket office, foot of Seventeenth
street. Thone 1363 west.
The Nickel Plate Boad
will afford its patrons an opportunity
to take advantage of low rates for
Christmas and New Year holidays, by
selling, tickets at a fare and a third
for the round trip to all points on
their line, Dec. 24, 25 and 31, 1902, and
Jan. 1, 1903. Return .limit including
Jan. 2, 1903. Through service to New
York City, Boston and other eastern
points. Chicago passenger station
Harrison street and Fifth avenue
For further information address John
Y. Calahan, general agent, 113 Adams
Reduced Rates for Holidays
The Nickel Plate road will sell tick
ets Dec. 24, 25 and 31, 1902, and Jan. 1,
1903, 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, particular's.
Chicago city ticket office, llli Adams
street; depot, Harrison .'streejapd
The Turner fair last week will net
the society between $1,000 and $1,200,
according to the reports of the man
agement. The attendance exceeded
5,000 persons fo; the week's enter
tainment, and the whole is counted
a great success. The articles yet on
hand will be disposed of Wednesday
evening at the hall. The prizes for
the doll exhibit went as follows:
Best dressed, doll-. Edna Doerring;
prettiest doll, Clara Claussen; oddest
loll, Margaret Heimbeck.
Sunday afternoon in the Elks club
rooms the memorial day of that order
ii honor of the dead brothers was
held as is the custom, the first. Sunday
n every December being set aside for
this service. Ogden's orchestra fur
nished the music, and after the rit
ual was gone through Morris Wheel-
ock sang the Holy City and Axel Koh-
er spoke. After the name of Robert
Arthurs, the only dead member of
the local lodge, was called, the clos
ing ode was sung. Dr. Burrell offered
Deere & Mansur Company Em
ployes Aid association held its annual
meeting and, reported expenditures
for benefits during the year of $1,-
7CS.07 and cash on hand of $155.13.
Officers were elected: President, L.
A. Vinton; vice president, E. Joe Pe
terson; secretary, R. D. Foster;
treasurer, J. A. Hammer.
James Barclay, of this city, will be
come general manager of the new-
farm implement factory to be built
at Bettendorf across the river as
soon as the weather will permit. The
new company will be known as the
Foster & Barclay company and is to
be incorporated with a capital stock
of $350,000. Mr. Barclay has been as
sociated with Deere & Mansur com
pany for a number of years as treas
urer and superintendent and is well
known in the implement machinery
Tomorrow evening at the home of
Mrs. F. A. Landee the members of the
Swedish Lutheran church, who are
nterested in the founding of a chair
of engineering at Augustana college,
will rtieet. A program will be given
and refreshments served.
Word has berti received in the city
of an honor which has come to a for
mer Moliiie boy, Kd Nelson, who for
some years was m the law ottioe of
.1. II. Oakleaf. Kd has now been elect
ed registrar of deeds in Kittson coun
ty, Minnesota, where he has already
ingratiated himself into the confi
dence and esteem of the people.
An ife gorge which formed at the
top of the wingdam has lowered the
water in Sylvan pool six feet, leaving
a depth which makes it difficult for
the plow company and othgr factor
ies to secure a sufficient supply to
operate. If the gorge does not break
a more serious stat of affairs will be
Ihe result bv tomorrow.
A play wil be given at thij Wagner
Dec. 17 under the auspices of the
Unitarian church. It will be the ojv
eretta, "Cinderella." Rehearsals are
now being held under the direction of
Robert Hurtle, an old actor of some
forty years experience. There will
be figures in which the children will
take part, beside the characters in
volved in the regular action of the
play. The cast has not yet been en
tirely chosen, but all the preliminary
arrangements will be completed this
A Timely Soga-eatlon.
This is the season of the year when
the prudent and careful housewife re
plenishes her supply of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It is certain to be
needed before the winter is over, and
results are much more prompt and
satisfactory when it is kept at hand
and given as soon as the cold is con
tracted and before it has become set
tled in the system. Ii almost every
instance a severe cold may be warded
oft by taking this remedy freely as
soon as the first indication of the
cold appears. There is no danger in
giving it to children, for it contains
no harmful, substance. It is pleasant
to take both adults and children like
it. Buy it and you will gefthe best.
It always cures. For sale by all drug
gists. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
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.
Riess drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. V. Grove's sig
nature is on each box; 25 cents.
Jt strikes the root and annihilates
disease, a subtle, potent remedy that
fil's.thq mind with sweet and charm
ing1 fancies. Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
cents. T. II.. Thomas pharmacy.
Two severe cases
ana two terrible operations avoided. Mrs.
Emmons and Mrs. Coleman each tell
how they were saved by the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
" PEA Mm. PixKHAM : I am so pleased w ith the results obtained
irom Lydia L. Iinkliaius Vegetable Compound that I feel it a duty
and a privilege to write you about it. 3
"I suffered for more than live years with ovarian troubles, caus
ing an unpleasant discharge, a great weakness, and at times a faintnesa
would come over me which no amount of medicine, diet, or exercise
seemed to correct Your Vegetable Compound found the weak spot,
however, within a few weeks and saved me from an operation
all my troubles had disappeared, and I founcLmyself once more healthy
and welL ords fail to describe the real, true, grateful feeling that is
in my heart, and I want to tell every sick and suffering sister. Don't
dally with medicines you know nothing about, but take Lydia E. Pink
V18 Vegetable Compound, and take my word far it, you will lie a
dirterent woman in a short time." Mrs. Lacka Emsioxs, AValker
1 . .
Another Case of
It is well to rememember such letters as above when some druggist tries
to get you to buy something which he says is ' just as good " That is impos
sible, as no other medicine has such a record of cures as Lydia K. I'iuk
ham's Vegetable Compound ; accept no other and you will be glad.
Don't hesitate to -write to 3Irs. IMnkliam if there is anything
about your sickness you do not understand. She will treat you
with kindness and her advice is free. No woman ever regretted
writing her and she lias helped thousands. Address Lynn, Mass.
FORFEIT " cannot forthwith produce tha original letters and signatures of
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Brewed from carefully selected
leave tha brewcrv
1X1 1 I THE DANllKUrr
that burrows up the scalp, making
dandruff scurf, causing the hair to
fail, and finally
You wul have NO MORE DAM.
DRUFF. FALLING HAIR, . or
BALDNESS if yoa use
The only Hair Preparation on this
absolutely new scientific principle.
For sale by druggists. Price $L
For sale by T. 11. Thomas, druggist.
Do N'T Be Fooledi
STs. Take tb genuine, origlaal .
?jf fTA noCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
lf Mad only by Madison Medi
i JiV'il Co.. Madison. WU. It
JCa keen yoa well. Our trade
mam cue on cacn paotag-c.
Price, 35 Cent. Never aold
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E. B Gujer, Attorney.
State ot Iil'nola, i
Rock Island County, f
In the Circuit Court of sld county. Ia chan
cery Foreclosure. No. 5090
Rock Island Mutual Build'ng .Loan &. Savings
Jelfl Jessen and Anna Jessen.
Notice In hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of saia Court entered in the above en
titled cause, on the 22d day of Octo
ber. A. D., 1903, I shall, on Saturday, the
Twenty ninth day of November, A. D., I&02,
at the hour of two o'clock In the after
noon, at the north doT of the Court House,
In the City of Rock Island, in said County
of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree-, sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash In hand, tbat certain parcel of land
situate la tbe County of Rock Island, and
state of Illinois, known and described as
Beginning on the east Hue of Forty-fourth
street. In the city of kock Island, at a point
eight hundred and ninety an (8V6) feet north
of tbe not th line of Eighteenth avenue (lPtb
avenue) In said eity; thence run east, one
hundred and twenty (120) feet; thence north
forty-three (43) feet: thence west to the east
line of raid Forty-fourth street; then.-e aoutn
aiong the east line of said street to the place
of beginning: being a prt of the southeast
quarter 5) of tbe northwest quarter (H) of
section No six (a) In township No. seventeen
(17) north range No. one (1) west of the
fourth P M ,
Dated at Moiine. I llnols, this fourth day or
November, A. D , 1908.
W. J. EifTBiKiir,
Mater In Chancery. Rock Island County. HI.
E. H. GDIIB, Complainant's Solicitor.
Estate of Joseph Fltzpatrick, deceased.
The undersigned having oeen appointed ad
ministratrix of the estate of J?Ph. Fltzpat
rick. late of the county of Rock Island, state ot
minoia, deceased, hereby gives notice that aha
will appear before the county eoort of Rook
Island county, at the county court room, to
tbe city of Rock Island, at the February
term, on the first Monday In February
Baxt7 at which time all persona bavin
claims against said estate are notified and
requested to attend for the purpose of bay
ing the same adjusted.
AIl persona indebted to aald estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
undersigned. - - -
Dated this 21t day of November, A. XL IKt.
Sophia Fitzfatbick, Admlnistratri c
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