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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY,, FEB RU A R Y, .l 4 1903.
Liquozone Kills the
Germs of Rheumatism
Four-fifths of all Rhetimatism is caused by germs and .
Liquozone "will kill them. One case in five Mvon't yield to it
. because there are other causes. '
We have proved that Liquozone will cure 8o cases of
rheumatism out of any ioo selected.
Yours may be one of the 8o. If it is, there is no
; other way to cure it, for the germs must be killed. If your
case can't be cured by it, get your money back from your
- tdniggist. The proportion of cures is so great that we are
willing to take the risk.
Liquid Ozone Go- Chicago, III
. I livM t f& Warren Ave. Am 67 years of aze.
nearly all my life, but for the last eltrht years Iliave been so bad and
stiffened tp I could not put on my clothe. I was compelled to have
r 'someone buckle my belt. It seemed to cause much pain. I would
v drop whatever I was holding. I bad tried the treatment prescribed
by a great many doctors, such as electricity, electrlo belts, and all
kinds Of dniKS. -At last Liquozone was recommended to me. I rro
' . .cured a bottle, and I felt somewhat relieved by the time I had taken
'the first bottle. Now 1 have taken only two bottles, my lameness
rd soreness have all left me, the stiffness In my Angers Is Rone, and
can do my work as well as ever. I can tratbiiJJv say that Llquo
' ' zone has done wonders for ma, and I thteri U is the best medicine
4 ever took. I will recommend! lo all those who suffer from rheu
matism, as I know It wlU be of great benefit to them.
- (Signed) MB9. S. M. Jkwku
668 Warren Ave., Chicago.
Warranted: Liquozone is guaranteed for any trouble caused
by germs. If it doesn't cure, tell your druggist, and he will cheerfully
refund all you paid. .
Liquozone is Liquid oxygen that is all; no drugs m it.
good physician will assure you that it kills all germs, inside or
side, ana that it is good for you. It is very pleasant to take.
Two sizes 50c. and Ji.oo.
LIQTjrD OZONE CO, 829 Klnzle Street, CHICAGO, ILL
FOR SALE AND RECOMMENDED BY T. II. THOMAS, DRUGGIST.
mrs. ida McDonald,
Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World.
" IT0 HfTvnXTATT
fj No. 477 Beaubien
H I Street, Detroit,
Mich., is a prom
inent woman who was
greatly benefited by the
great woman's medicine,
Wine of Cardni. Mrs.
McDonald is the supreme
deputy of the Maccabees
of the World, and one of
the most widely known
women in the United
States. Thousands of women gather to
hear her lecture everywhere she goes.
The great work she has done for the
Maccabees is appreciated by every
member of the order. 6he wa3 so ab
sorbed in her work that she neglected
to give her health proper care failed
to take warning that the symptoms of
approaching kidney trouble pave her,
the sallow complexion and torpid liver.
But Wine of Gardui cured her the tame
as it has cured thousands of others and
Mrs. McDonald has written this letter in
order that, other -suffering women may
secure from Wine of Cardui the same
relief she got from it.
- "For four years I suffered with torpid
liver until my skin looked yellow and dull.
I then found my kidneys were affected and
had severe pains across my back, and I (elt
iln. Ida McDonald.
that I mutt do something
to regain my health. A
friend advocated your Wine
of Cardui treatment so
strongly that I decided to
try it, although I had Tittle
faith in patent medicines.
I am now very thankful that
I did so, for within ten days
blessed relief came to me,
and in less than three
months I was cured, and
have enjoyed fine health
ever since. I know there is nothing better
for a sick woman who wishes to enjoy per
fect health and am very pleased to give my
No suffering woman can afford to
ignore such a Tetter as Mrs. McDonald
writes. Her plans and advice have
proved valuable in building up one of
the greatest women's organizations in
the United States and she takes time to
give advice which she knows will help
Do not delay in securing this medi
cine. There is nothing to gain and
everything to lose by delay. The choice
is before you. Will or will vou not
secure relief now by taking Wine of
Cardui? All druggists sell $1.00 bottles
of Wine of Cardui as well as 25c pack
ages of Thedfotd's Black-Draught.
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
AS TO the merits of DR. GOSSOM'S KIDNEY and
BLADDER CURE always follows the dlstribu
' . tlon of FREE SAMPLES, but fn this Instance
we feel especially warranted in our belief inks merit,
ACCORDINCJ TO OUR PROMISE, as per our recent
announcement, during: one day we gave to each
adult who called at our store a FREE SAMPLE of
Kidney and Bladder Cure
TRUE to the promise made by the manufacturers
as to its merit the demand has grown, the sales
to-day exceeding; ' that of any other Kidney
Remedy that we have ever handled, proving; con
clusively the claim that DR. dOSSOM'S KIDNEY
and BLADDER CURE Is the ONLY guaranteed
remedy that Cures Kidney and Bladder Diseases.
50c a Large Box at our store
Harper House Pharmacy.
HALF A MILLIOX DOLLAIIS IS THE KXPEXSE OF NEW
EQUIPMENT THIS SEASON ON THE CALIFORNIA LIMITED.
YOU PAY NOTHING EXTRA FO.R THESE ADDED COMFORTS.
Most experienced travelers prefer the California Limited. They
rind luxurious ease in the cozy compartment and observation Pull
mans. They cnjo.v the diversified scenery, a thrilling panorama of
- ajjprei-iaie ine superior aming-ear meais, ftama re an tne way,
Chicago and Kansas City to Los Angeles, San Diego and San Fran-
cisco. . ' "
Such a travn will please you. too. Why be satisfied with less
than the very best? You can visit Grand Canyon of Arizona en
route. , '
Our other through California trains carry standard Pullmans,
tourist sleepers and chair cars.
Atchison, Topeka & w-4at !V H. D. Mack, Gen. Agt
Santa Fefry.. OO.nia. k. Rock Island.
FACTS IN FEW LINES
The vineyards of Germany aggregate
238,025 acres. ' .
The nationality suffering most from
cancer Is tlu German.
Insurance against automobile acci
dents can kiow be had." .
York's ancient city moats will proba
bly be laid out as public gardens.
Aiiewana?stheticpreparaticn is known
chemically as alkyloxyphenylqualndin.
Chemical vinegar, catsup and table
sauces contain no . vegetable matter
There were 7,095 street accidents last
year In London. Ten years ago the
number was 4.80G.
Baden-Powell Makepeace was the
name of a little girl who died recently
at Bendlgo, Victoria.
Brick kilns are now fired with petro
leum, 100 pounds of oil being sufficient
to burn a ton of bricks.
There are nearly 80,000 Welsh resi
dents In Liverpool, where it Is proposed
to found a Celtic chair at the universi
Nine eyes and three mouths were
possessed by a collie puppy born re
cently at Henley, England. It only
lived four hours.
After his marriage the rector of
Walkingtou, Yorkshire, England, sent
a pound of wedding cake to every
householder in his parish.
There are 3G0 places of public wor
ship on Manhattan Island, There Is a
reported membership, Protestant and
Catholic together, of 005,042.
Owing to the increased price of coal
several British boards of guardians
have decided to give an extra, sixpence
weekly to the recipients of outdoor re
lief. For uttering a strong expression of
disapproval while quarreling with a
constable at Vienna a nobleman .has
been fined lCs. Sd. for Insulting the po
lice. Forty-two packets of cigarettes were
smoked in four days by a youth of
eighteen who has died near Bedale,
Yorkshire, England, after two days Ill
ness. Aftw being hooked in the river Eden
a large salmon was "played" for five
hours by three men, who relieved each
other. Eventually the line broke and
the fish escaped.
Ptomaine poisoning, the result of eat
ing part of a banana, a roasted apple
and a date, has caused the death of Ar
thur II. Luty, aged two, at Elland.
At Aizen, in Hesse, the other day a
prominent tradesman was sentenced to
twenty-four hours' imprisonment for
the "grave Irreverence" of reading a
newspaper in court while a case was
In 1S27 a salmon weighing eighty
three pounds was caught In the Tay.
This is the' record British fish. The
largest American salmon on record was
eighty -two pounds. It was. caught in
1803 in the Columbia river.
As it was apparently suffering from
indigestion a bullock was" slaughtered
near Spalding, England, when its Ill
ness was found to have been caused
by a tennis ball it had swallowed.
Six pounds weight of spent bullets,
three pieces of steel, a nail, a hairpin,
some glass and small stones were found
In the stomach of a horse which died
suddenly at Ferntree Gully, Victoria.
French journals speak of a substance
which, when placed upon the roads,
does away with mud and dust. The
composition consists of a mixture of
scoria from a blast furnace and tar.
The preparation, carefully pressed,
renders the surface of the road imper
vious to water.
Despite opposition at Athens, where
the press was strongly opposed to the
scheme, the municipal council of Corfu
has. ratified the contract which the
mayor of Corfu made with a syndicate
of European capitalists to allow the
establishment at Corfu of a gambling
casino on an elaborate scale.
In many country villages and. Iso
lated sections of the ' New England
and the middle states women still may
be found who earn a living by spinning
and knitting wool and by weaving and
knitting rag carpets and rugs. There
is quite a revival in demand now for
nicely made rag rugs in some localities.
One of the largest genealogies ever
undertaken has been partly completed
at Oxford in the history of the Smith
family. The investigations have not
been carried beyond the fourteenth
century, although Trofessor Mabaffy
discovered a record of a brewer named
Smith in a Tertrie papyrus dated two
centuries before the Christian era.
Countess Lonyay and her daughter,
Princess Elizabeth Windlseh-Graetz,
have determined to erect a monument
In the grounds of Hetzendorf castle,
near Vienna, in memory of the late
queen of the Belgians. The permis
sion of. the emperor will have to be
obtained prior to the erection of the
statue, but no difficulty is anticipated
on that score.
The principal powers of Europe are
about to adjust the differences in their
domestic laws on the subjects of mar
riage, divorce and the guardianship of
minors. The only powers that have not
joined in the movement are Great Brit
ain, . Turkey, Greece and . Servla.
France, Germany, Russia, Italy, Spain
and nearly all the smaller states have
taken part In the conferences nnd con
sequent plans. .
During a trial in Paris between the
partners of a corset firm the defense
revealed that one of the branches Of
their manufacture was men's Hrsets.
"The judge, having demanded an ex
planation, it- was shown that more
than 18,000 'corsets were made yearly
for Frenchmen, and 3.000 were shipped
to England, principally for army offi
cers. German officers also created
I0ite a demand until a rival Berlin
firm offered a cheaper article.
j Hie SIst Abiding Lan(nage.
Latin is the language that has most
enriched modern tongues, for Its clear
echoes are heard to this day in every
quarter or the world. ,It entered large
ly, after their conquest by Rome, Into
the dialects of Spain and Gaul, coun
tries thoroughly permeated by Roman
life and civilization,, and has since
played a great part in the history of
The Roman tongues are practically
Latin In a hew dress. Italian may be
called the Latin of today; French and
Spanish are based on a similar ground
work, and English has borrowed large
ly from the language of Rome, either
directly or through foreign channels.
In very early times Latin colonists in
troduced into Britain names for places,
and in the seventh century many eccle
siastical words of Latin origin, such as
altar, priest, candle, were adopted by
. Although it may not be so flexible
and pliant as some languages with
which It has been thus incorporated,
Latin reflects admirably the prattical
character of its people, who felt and
used their power so that it has been
well called the "voice of empire and
Savaffea of Sooth America.
Two hundred miles beyond the mouth
of the Rio Meta the Inirida river en
ters the Orinoco. I started up that
stream, says a traveler, with my canoe
loaded with trinkets for exchange with
the natives, who live in a condition of
extreme savagery, although they are
amiably disposed and usually harm
less. They go entirely nude save for
the loin cloths and get their subsist
ence by hunting and fishing, chiefly
the latter, ...
I was much Interested in their meth
od of taking fish by their use of the
bow and arrow.
For this purpose they employ arrows
six feet in length made of reeds tipped
with Iron. While a canoe is paddled
gently along in the shallows the marks
man stands ready with his arrow on
the string of the bow. As soon as a
large fish is seen, if the approach can
be made within range, the arrow is let
fly and rarely fails to strike the prey.
A Unmoroui Snake.
In . Marianne North's "Recollections
of a Happy Life" is a description of a
Its mistress would sometimes twist
the pretty bronze creature In the great
plait of hair she wore around her head
and once threatened to go down thus
decorated to a dinner party of rather
stiff people. .
But one of the snake's own eccentric
ities serves to distinguish it among all
other reptiles of a similar nature which
have served as pets.
It was as fond of glittering things as
its mistress herself, and when she took
off her many rings and placed them on
different parts of the table it would go
about collecting them and stringing
them on its lithe body. Then it would
tic itself in a knot, so that the rings
could not be taken off "until ltiSvos
pleased to untie" itself again. -
Not Qalte What lie Meant.
The man who thought' he had the
knack of saying pleasant things calcu
lated to warm the cockles of the oldest
heart was revisiting the town In which
he had spent a summer twenty years
"I'm Miss Mears. I don't know that
you recall me," said a coquettish el
derly spinster, approaching him In the
postoffice the day after his arrivaL . .
The ready heart warmer turned with
his most beaming smile and wrung her
"Recall you," he echoed, reproach
fully. "As if one could help it, Miss
Mears! Why, you are one of the land
marks of the town."
A Doable SarprUe.
Funnlman Now, there's your hus
band coming, Mrs. Candor. Let's make
a little surprise for him. Mrs. Funnl
nan and I will hide behind the curtains
here, and you tell him .that your ex
pected guests haven't come. Then we'll
6tep out and surprise him.
(Enter Mr. Candor.) , .
. Mrs. Candor (obeying orders) Well,
nenry, our expected guests have dis
appointed us Mr. and Mrs. Funniman
Mr. Candor (heartily) Thank heaven!
Some of the oases of the Sahara are
quite" large, one of them being 120
miles long and fifty-eight miles wide.
The springs are of various kinds hot,
cold, mineral or gaeeous. The Kargha
oasis has a population of 8,000. They
raise grain, onions and dates, but live
on the least possible amount of food,
work and reasoning power. Marshes
abound and fever prevails.
Do Ton Blame IIImT
Towne There seems to be nothing
he enjoys so much as the sound of his
Browne That's so, and there's noth
ing annoys him so much as the thought
that he can't hear himself when he
talks in his sleep. Philadelphia Press.
The following epitaph may be seen
in the cemetery of a parish In the en
virons of Paris:
"Here lies Mine. N , wife of M.
X , master blacksmith. The railing
round this tomb was manufactured by
Tommy rop. what Is meant by the
sense of humor?
Father The sense of humor, my son,
consists largely of knowing when not
to be funny. Philadelphia Record.
If we all practiced what we preach,
it would keep us so busy practicing
that we would have to cut out the
preaching. Iroquois Chief.
Failing; of the Papaw.
A Missouri . writer Is lamenting the
gradual disappearance of the papaw.
"The persimmon Is' left," he says,
"though It H becoming scarcer with
each succeeding year. There are pos
sums yet to be found, and -quail may
be seen in smaller flocks than former
ly. The typical fruit of Missouri, the
luscious papaw. Is fast disappearing
along with the red Indian and the buf
falo. There are some papaw bushes
in obscure places where the rude hand
of the Iconoclast -has not reached, and
there are some cultivated papaws to
be found In gardens here and there.
But, speaking generally, the Missouri
papaw is becoming a thing of yesterr
. "As a state we have gone from the
papaw to the banana stage. We buy
our fruit at street stands Instead of
wandering out in the wild woods in the
fall time and finding it. We have
reached the breakfast food . stage of
civilization. We eat soft stuff with a
spoon instead of scrambling over the
hills and through the briers in search
of the forest fruits. What will become
of a generation thus brought up In
stead of one fed upon persimmons and
papaws? We fear It will lack Iron in
Its blood, strength in Its muscles and
the ability to stand up alone under
neath the blue sky. The pnpaw and
the persimmon period passing takes
with it the days of the pioneer who
worked long hours and played hard,
who knew nature and man. The ba
nana age brings In leisure hours and
flabby morals and soft and silken
ways. Alas, that tho papaw should
perish from the earth."
The following story is told of an
American who visited an old English
church and struck up a conversation
with the rector. The two went up to
the roof for the sake of the view, and
the rector pointed out how badly in
need cf repair were the leads, going on
to talk in a hopeless way of the pover
ty of the parish. The American rubbed
his chin and then offered to put on a
new roof at his own expense. The de
lighted rector closed with the offer.
The American was as good as his
word, and when on the completion of
the work the rector thanked him effu
sively he quietly confessed to having
made a very respectable profit out of
his "charitable" work. The rector
asked for an explanation, and then the
American informed him that there Is a
certain amount of silver in all lead.
which was now extracted, but In old
times it was left because its presence
in the lead was not suspected. The
quantity of the silver in the Lead on
the church roof was sufficient to pay
ell expenses and to give the American
a tangible profit. rearson's.
A White Mnnkrat.
The capture of a white muskrat by a
northern New York hunter ought to be
the sign of something, but as one has
never been seen or heard of before it
will in the nature of things take a little
time to adjust and formulate its pro
phetic implications. It may Import a
hard winter or a soft one, au early or a
late spring, with various meteorological
perturbations strewn along the exist
ing muskrat season, but nobody knows
what they are yet. The animal is in
teresting from its rarity, but if the
prophetic generation of forest or moun
tain seers who seek for a sign In the
unwonted color of Its jacket "get left
It will be nothing more than they are
Decline In the British Birth Rate.
According to figures recently pub
lished in London, France Is not the
only country in which the birth rate is
below the normal. The statistics also
show a marked decline in the English
birth rate. Loudon shows a decrease
since 1SS1 from 27.4 to 20.6 per 100 of
married women under the age of forty
five years. The decline is most noticea
ble in the fashionable quarters of the
capital, while the slum areas, such as
Stepney, Shadwell and Bethnal Green,
are almost stationary. Outside of Lon
don the decline amounts to 25.S against
30.3 in 1891. Medical Record.
Flowers From OIl Feeds.
The extraordinary resuscitating ppw
er of light received a very curious il
lustration a few days ago in the silver
mines at Laurium. A mine had been
abandoned more than 2,000 years, and
the seeds of some poppies were found
beneath the 6lag of a species which
had disappeared for twenty centuries.
The slag being removed, in a short
time the entire space was covered with
the most gorgeous show of poppies,
After their twenty centuries rest they
had bloomed as vigorously as ever
without air or a single drop of water.
Making Italian cheese Is a new in
dustry which is attracting attention in
New Jersey. Many cheese factories
have sprung up, and tomato canners
have turned to cheese making to util
ize the oversupply of tomatoes. Th
latter are collected and mashed and
then mixed with salt and spices in a
large box like a . mortar bed. They
are then stirred and mixed by hoes to
a proper consistency, but thereafter
the process is known only to a select
Mull's Grape Tonic Cures
When the sewer of a city becomes stopped up, the refuse backs
into the streets where it decays and rots, spreading disease-
creating germs throughout the entire city.
An epidemic of sickness follows. It is the
" same way when the bowels fail to work.
r ) The undigested food backs into the system
-v ana mere it rots ana decays. From this
festering mass the blood eaps up all the dis
J taae trerms. and at everv heart heat, rsmnc
CJ them to every tlssue,just as the water works
of a city forces impure water into every
nouse. xne oniy way 10 cure a condition
like this is to cure the constipation. Pills
and the ordinary cathartics will do no good,
HULL'S GRAPE TQLIIG
Is a crushed fruit tonic-laxative
which permanently cures the affliction.
The tonic properties contained in the grape
pro into every afflicted tissue and creates
It will'auicklv restore lost flesh and make
rich, red blood. As a laxative its action is immediate and posi
tive, gentle and natural. Mull's Grape Tonic is guaranteed cr money back.
strength and health.
Bend 10c. to Lightning Medicine Co., Rock Island, HI-, for large
sample bottle. All druggists sell regular sized bottles for 50 ets.
FOR SALE IN ROCK ISLAND EY IIARTZ & ULLLMEYER.
JOHN E. BERGSTROM,
VONTBAUTOK A.KD BUILDER.
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing
will be done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory.
Shop Thlrty-Brcud Street and Foartnth avenue, fnooe 1C79 Weat
If yen bflven'ta reim!r, hs7tliy movement of the
bowels every da'.ju'w 1U or will bo. Ke:p your
"owi opmi. bii! ti well. Korce, la tha t'ny.r of
vkdant iliyi.ir cr j.Ul poisv-u, is lcncer.-n. The
B3oorhff.. rwxie si, most i crect T ay of keeping
. tlia bowels clear a-.'i clean is to lake
f QP CATHARTIC
rlX IfiAVKLEK?' UCIilE
CHICAGO. R-CK ISLAND
i Pacific EnQway Tieketa
can be purchased at City
Ticket office. 1813 Seoond ave
nue, or U , R. L & P. depot
Fiftii avenue foot of Thirty
Peoria branch depot, foot of
Tw; itieth street. Frank H. Plumaier, C. P. A.
CAT Effl L!KS CANDY
Pleasant. PclatBble. Potent, Taste Oood, Do
Good. Never SU-km. Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
69 cents per hos. Write for froa sample, and book
let on Itealth. Addresa 423
Sterling Remedy eompany. Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEU
Eami Bis Biff Salary.
The newest postoffice has been estab
lished in Alaska, and the carrier gets
$25,000 a year salary. The new service
Is nt present a monthly one, and the
letter carrier, provides his own sledge
and dogs. Large as Ms salary Is, It ap
pears that he earns it ill. .for already
the man has been carried away by ava
lanches, made a prisoner - by snow
drifts, fallen down mountain preci
pices and had other adventures excit
ing If not pleasant
It is a Gratifying
Thing to Know
that in spite of the fact that Ihere
are so many misleading and "fake"
advertisements published today by
"so-called" doctors the people of
Rock Island and vicinity are taking us
at our word, and calling on us when
they feel the need of help.
To those who have not yet done so
we would urge the necessity of act
ing at once.
If what -follows applies to you,
you cannot afford to delay.
DR. GEORGE B. WOOD.
Signs of Depleted Energy
If ou are disposed to find fault,
to grumble about everything about
you; if litle things irritate you; if tri
fles upset you; it- you go to pieces,
so to speak, when anything goes
wrong in your business, you may be
certain that your system is not up to
the standard, that vour strength is
being exhausted in some way, and
that your vitality- is at a low ebb.
The human organism is a vast and
complex machine. No machine that
is defective can turn out good work,
and the longer the attempt to do so
continues the greater will be the
If you are not satisfied with your
condition call and talk it over with
us. 'Why not? Any why not today?
We have made special searching in
vestigations on the conditions that
governs this complex machine the
Our office is equipped with the most
approved apparatus for .treatment of
the afflicted. We are continually add
ing to it, regardless of expense.
Treatment of all cases is in the
hands of thoroughly competent phy
sicians, who are graduates of Ameri
can and foreign institutions of the
We are specialists in the treatment
of Chronic, Neivous and Trivate Dis
eases of Men and Women.
We extend to everyone a most cor
dial invitation to consult us. Wc will
take pleasure in giving a thorough ex
amination, and will make no charge
for our opinion and advice.
Those unable to call should write
us. Correspondence strictly confidential.
Wood Medical Institute.
E. B. OLIVER, M. C M. D
GEORGE C. WOOD, B. M.D.
Hours: 9 to 12; 1:30 to 4; 7 to 8.
Sunday, 10 to 12.
Second Floor, Hibernian Budding.
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Traits leave Twentieth street station Main
nc truics ctart from main depot on Fittn
venue 5 minutes In advance ot ti.ne given.
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Ar-ival. Departure tDally. except Sur
ly. Phone Wess 1093, West 1128, West 142S.
fHICAGO, BURLINGTON &
.fcJ Quincy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. TOTJNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
'St. Louis. Springneid,
Galesburg, Peoria and
Sterling, Hendota and
"eorla, Boarlstown, Bur-I
u>on, iMsa-ver ana
it. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Itti-ilctr and points in-l
lubuque, Clinton. La
Crcxje, St. Paul, Mlnn.i
and N. W I
Clinton, Dubuque, andj
Olinton and Intermediate!
6:85 am 8:3S am
t6:05 am t6:35 am
t2:50 pre tl2:ll pm
s 7:25 pm 7:10 pm
t7:25pm' t7:10 pm
87:40 pmj 8:25 am
7-00 arc i 7:00 pm
87:00 am 7:C0 pm
6 Stop at hock Island Ed minutes
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
'-c-w &t. Paul RUway. D.,
ftf W4l!??Ftl tlon at loot of Seventeenth.
mSZfVt- urent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Praltis for Free port and Milwaukee will run
la Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
AU trains will connect at Savanna for points
j&f t and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger lenommoda (ioa
-Dubuque and ht. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
S 39 pm
All trains dfcllyexeept Hundav
Passengers for polats beyond Savanna vf ill
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8.4? p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
Jaokson, Harst &, Stafford, Attorneys.
iate of Illinois, I
Roclc Island County.
In the Circuit Court of said county. In
cbancery Foreclosure No. 5017.
Homo Huffdicg & Loan association, of Rock
Island, vs John Greim, i rederika Ureim, and
r'xSward H. Guyer.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of
decree ot said Court, entered In the above
entitled cause oa the 13th day of December,
A. D. 1903. 1 shall, od Saturday, the seventh
day of February, A. D., 1903, at the hour of
two o'clock In the aftr-rnoon, at the
east door of the - Court House, In the
City of Rock Island, in said County ot
Rock Island, to satisfy aid decree, sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash In band, that certain parcel of land
situate In the County of Rock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Lot No. Thirty-Hve (3ft) In Gujer's First (1st)
addition to the City of hock Island.
Dated at MoUn, Illinois, this iicbtb day of
January, A. D., 1903.
WALTER J. KNTWIKIN.
Master In Chancery. Rock Island County, T1
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford, Complainant's
notice or AtMotrrsirirENT.
On account of no bidder or bidders blug
present at the time and place ot said sale ia
the above notice specified, said sa e li ad
journed until featurdav, March 7, A. D., 1903,
at 2 o'clock p. m. at the fame plce.
WALTKK J. KNTrUKIN.
Master in Chancery.
...WE ARE STILL HERE...
Has cured more people in Bock Island
in Bix months than any other medi
cine for Blood, Kidneys and Liver.
Sold at 1913 Second Ave.