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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1904.
jIrcade Cigar Store
JOHN P. SEXTON.
See the smoke chamber (A A).. All nicotine and dust stop there. The
oowl can te lifted out of the pipe and cleaned while lighted. Stem
cannot clog. Smoke all you like with this pipe; it won't upset your
nerves or burn your tongue. Made of French briar.. You get on;y
pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when using this pips.
We will be' pleased to show them to you.
a ionic, ine aiconoi
an aid to digestion; a healthful stimulant.
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of
cleanliness cooled in filtered air and
: every bottle is sterilized.
It is one of the best things in the world for you.
It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
is aged aged for months in refrigerating
rooms before it is marketed.
It gives you beer without biliousness. Ask
k your doctor what he thinks about drinking
11 Schlitz beer. Ask
the Brewery Bottling.
sThe BeerThat Made Milwaukee Famous
Chicago Dental Company
OFFICE 16172 SECOND AVENUE.
k rxy. v iv.r in
nd removal of nerves done by us, and
the beet and most careful treatment
given to all catea.
We have a patent thin elastic plate
rith natural gums that fit in all cases
nd when others fail. We use no cheap
material in our office for our work is
ell guaranteed to be equal to the high
est priced dentists and to be first class
in every respect. Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling .25
Gold Platinum Filling .50
Silver Filling 50
Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.00
Gold Crowns 22k, 4 and $5 4.00
Thin Elastic Plates 10.00
Best Red Rubber Plates 10.00
OFFICE 1607V, SECOND AVENUE,
Over SpeldePa Drug Store.
DR. 8. C. MARSHALL.
Tri-Clty Transfer und
Hauling and moving of all
kinds, large or small at reason,
able rates. Daily wagons to
Moline and Davenport. We also
handle the best grades of hard
and soft coal. A portion of
your patronage Is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction . guaran
teed. New "phone 5464. old 543.
Office, 215 Twentieth Street,
Rock Island, III.
Harper House Block.
R.ock Island Agent for
Paine's Perfect Pipe
All Run Down.
There Is nothing better when you
are la that condition than a good
cordial. But it must be good. We
pride ourselves on our excellent
tock of Fine Wines and Liquors of
all kinds, and if you will only coma
to ua when the doctor prescribes,
,you will be sure of getting the
Best. Our prices are more reason
able than you will find elsewhere.
Beer is Good forYou
The malt is a food; the hops
oniy ov2 per cent is
lhonc 1014 ana .VtfO,
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Traders' Ins. Co Chicago, 111
Williamsburg Ins. Co. New York
New Hampshire Ins. C0...N. Hampshire
North German Ins. Co New York
American Ins. Co. ...Philadelphia, Pa
Security Ins. Co. ..New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. .Rockford, 111
Office, room 3, Bulord. block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. BUFORD
The -old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Rates as low aa
any reliable company
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
"UpAgin" a Good Thing
a man when be commences to
patronize the American Steam
Laundry. "The best laundry I ever
struck is what those who indulge
in a little slang would say. But
entre nous if you want your linen
as faultless as when you first
bought it, in color and finish, we
will guarantee to do It to your sat
isfaction every time. Careful hand
ling and artistic work are among
our up-to-date methods.
AMERICAN feTEAM LAUNDRY.
Twelfth Btrt a4 Firth irnift
One of the large plate glass win
dows in the National Biscuit com
pany's office on East Second street
was broken Saturday evening because
it was not strong enough to hold up
a rounder who was knocked into the
window by a local Jeffries who ob
jected to the attention two or three
other fellows were paying him. It
proved pretty hard on the window.
Reinhard Wagner Saturday made
the interesting announcement that he
had decided to retire from active ath
letic events and would not hereafter
participate in any of the prize turning
or field events. For the past 11 years
Mr. Wagner has participated in nearly
every important athletic contest in
the state and has won many prizes.
He has won the honor medal for the
btst all round athlete in the Daven
port society twice in succession and
but for his injury received several
days ago, would undoubtedly have won
that honor for the third time at
Schuetzen park yesterday. Mr. Wag
ner had originally intended to an
nounce his retirement after yester
day's event but as he had been com
pelled by reason of his injury to fore
go taking part, he has decided to now
announce his permanent retirement
from participation in any prize athletic
John McDonald, clerk of Cedar
camp. No. 27, M. W. A., on Saturday
received word from his son Will at
Cedar Rapids, notifying him that the
former's wife and her mother, Mrs.
J. W. Simpson, both former well
known residents of Davenport, were
injured in a runaway accident at
Council Bluffs. The ladies were out
driving when their horse became
frightened and upset the buggy;
throwing them into the roadway. Will
McDonald, husband of one of the in
jured ladies, is the well-known rail
way mail clerk upon the Rock Island
The McCarthy Improvement com
pany was Saturday awarded a $100,000
paving contract at Mankato. Minn.
The telegram which brought the news
to this city Saturday afternoon did
not give any details whatever. It is
known, however, that the contract in
cludes the laying of 20.000 square
yards of asphalt paving, and 15,000
square yards of brick paving. Accord
ing to the provisions of the contract
the work must be completed in four
months. The McCarthy's, however,
hope to have the job finished up in
two months. P. F. McCarthy repre
sented the company at Mankato.
John Woeklk, of West Davenport,
the man who as John Folk was made
defendant in a suit for $3,D0 dam
ages filed by Attorney A. P. McGuirk
on behalf of Christopher Harms, has
answered the suit in a paper filed
Saturday by Attorney L. M. Fisher.
Mr. Woeklk admits that Harms was
injured in some manner while work
ing for him. but says he has no infor
mation as to whether lie was knocked
down and walked on by an objecting
cow and her companion bovines, or
not. He does assert, however, that
since Hie notive of Mr. Harm's inten
tion to bring suit was served on him
he has settled in full with Harms, and
he therefore asks that Hie suit be dis
Otto Theodore Kahler of Treynor
Pottawattamie county, Iowa, and Cath
rine J. K. Harboek of this city, were
united in marriage Saturday at the
Turner hall by Rev. Herman Greif,
Only intimate friends of the couple
were present. A sumptuous wedding
supper was served after the ceremony
in the small dining room of the Turnei
hall. Dancing in the large dining hall
was the diversion after supper. The
couple will reside at Treynor.
Next Wednesday occurs the 4Stb
America's 15cst Comedienne, and always
anil her Great Company. George K.
GUI's Melodramatic Record
Now in its third season of unques
tioned popularity. A play that in a
jien-line hit. New situations. New ef
fects. New comedy. New songs (by
the newsboy . Entire new third act.
Thr Dnel la the Wave 25-f oo't har
bor police boat first time on any stage).
The Docks of the Battery. China
town. Swelldom Slumming. The New
Type rope Fiend. Combine these great
features with a good play, a fine etory,
a big east, up-to-date specialties by the
Newsboy's Quintet, and you surely will
get your money's worth.
At bargain rrices:
25c, 35c and 50c
annual festival of the Scott county, '
Iowa Pioneer - Settlers association.
For the first time the meeting will be
held at the Outing club. For fear
some of the pioneers may not know
the whereabouts of the club it may be
well to state that it is located on up
per Brady street, near the entrance
of Central park. It can be reached
handily by the Central park car run
ning north on Brady street. The ex
ercises and dinner will both take place
in the club house. It has been de
cided that this year no baskets will
be permitted and that fact is noted
on the invitations issued. The con
stitutional date for membership is
Dec. 31, 1846 and all who settled in
Scott county prior to that date are
invited to be present whether or not
they hold membership in the associa
tion. George Thode has brought suit
for damages against Mathilda Kaes-
man and Annetta Kaesmau. asKing
$300 from each of them for injuries
to himself. Thode is the letter carrier
who on August 12, 1904, was struck by
the automobile in which the defend
ants were occupants.
J. Buck and Fred Buergel were ar
rested by Officer Lew and Captain
Mullane Saturday evening at 12:30
o'clock charged with attempting to
hold up Harry Wilbert, an employe
of the Lagomarcino-Grupe company.
Wilbert says he was grabbed by one
of the men when he was near the Frey
livery on West Fourth street. He ran
into the barn and then later came
toward the station. Of the two men
Buergel is said to be a brother of the
man who shot the marshal at Xew
Boston a few days ago.
Harry E. Stowell Saturday brought
suit against Mildred E. Stowell for di
vorce. He alleges that they were mar
ried on April 19, 1904. and says his
wife has been unfaithful to him.
George W. Scott is his attorney.
The trial of F. D. McCaffrey, mate
of the Winona, which was to come up
in the court of Justice Roddewig Sat
urday afternoon, has been postponed
until next Saturday afternoon.
Tips to Travelers.
Are you going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so, take the South
west Limited on the C, M. & St P. at
10:30 p. m., or the early morning train
at 5:30. You will be assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
Cheap rates to St. Louis, Mo., on ac
count of the exposition, via the Illinois
Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best
service. Quick time. Write or call on
us for full information. City ticket
office, 329 Main street, Peoria, 111. G.
A. Smith, general agent. 'Phone M,
Remember the Rock Island when
going to St. Louis; trains leave at'8:10
a. m. and 7:20 p. m. Berths reserved
at -depot or city office.
ludlnnn anil Ohio Kxrurnlon.
Very low round trip rates to a num
ber of points in Indiana and Ohio via
the Rock Island on Sept. 6, 13, 20 and
27. Tickets good for return any time
within 30 days. For full information
call at depot or city office, 1829 Second
Mop nnrt Think.
If you want to go to Chicago you
can take one of the C, M. & St. P.'s
fine trains and make an easy and rap
id journey. Trains for Chicago leave
Rock Island as follows: At 4:15 a. m.,
arriving at Chicago at 8:55 a. m.,
and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at Chi
cago at 7:53 a. m.
Flrnt Home YlHltorN' Kxrurnlon.
to joints in Indiana. Ohio and Ken
tucky is via the Big Four route Tues
day, Sept. Cth. Tickets good going on
all regular trains of abeve date, and
good for return passage within 30 days
from date of sale. For tickets, rates,
and full information call on or address
the undersigned, A. M. Nye, T. P. A.,
No. 325 Main street, Peoria, 111.
Request For Bids.
Notice is hereby given by the board
of local improvements of the city of
Rock Island that bids will be received
at the office of the city clerk of Rock
Island up and until 9 o'clock a. m., ol
the sixth day of September, A. D.,
1904, at which date, said bids will be
opened, for the following work, to-wit:
The improvement of Third (3rd)
avenue by paving, from the east line
of Twenty-fourth street, east to the
west line of Twenty-sixth street.
The cost of the same will be paid in
bonds, which bonds will draw interest
at the rate of 5 per cent.
All proposals or bids must be ac
companied by a check payable to the
order of the president of the board of
local improvements, certified by a
responsible bank, in the sum of six
, hundred and fifty $(C50) dollars.
1 iic uuoiu itraent-s me r.gai to re
ject any and all bids.
WILLIAM M CONOCHIE,
President Board of Local Improve
ments. A Perfect Painless Pill
is the one that will cleanse the system,
set the liver to action, remove the bile,
clear the complexion, cure headache
and leave a good taste in the mouth.
The famous little pills for doing so
much work pleasantly and effectually
are De Witt's Little Early Risers. Bob
Moore, of Lafayette, Ind.. says: "All
other pills I have used gripe and sick
en, while DeWltt's Little Early Risers
are simply perfect," Sold by all druggists.
John Garnet t. colored, complains of
white boys stealing his chickens. He
says he has lost as many as 50 fowls.
and his neighbors have each lost a few.
Four boys have been arrested and
while one of them admits killing three
chickens, the other lads deny the
charge. The boy who "fessed up"
implicates a dozen or more boys of
Healy's addition, and a number of ar
itsts may be made during the
week. The chickens which have
been stolen have been caught near
Twenty-ninth street at a pond where
the chickens of the neighborhood went
Miss Elizabeth Barnard gave a sup
per and dancing party at Elsinore to
a score of tri-city young people in
honor of Miss Margaret Lowe, of Fitch
burg, Mass., a school friend at Smith
college. Supper was served at small
tables spread within doors and upon
the wide veranda, and the house was
beautiful in summer flowers, and the
galleries adorned with Japanese lan
terns. The dinner cards were also pro
grams for ten dances and these filled
out a most delightful evening. Miss
Barnard and Miss Lowe go to the
world's fair at St. Ixmis Sept. 12, to
join the Massachusetts official party.
Mr. Lowe is a member of the board
of councillors to the governor and will
accompany the governor and his staff
to the fair at that time.
The members of the "3s Hopkins"
club enjoyed a pleasant time in the
form of a progressive dinner. Bouillon
was served by Miss Grace Ray, the
meat course by the Misses Delia and
Mary Woodyatt, patties and salad by
Miss Mae Price and ice cream and
cakes by Misses Gertrude and Celia
Melvin. cocoa and cakes by Miss Mary
Hodgson and candy and nuts by Miss
Helen Quick. They then proceeded to
the home of Miss Mae Price to re
main until the sun looked in on them.
At a special meeting of the board of
education, the boundaries of four
school districts were changed. That
of the Grant and Washington school
districts was changed from Twenty-
second street to Twenty-ninth street,
the original line. The boundary be
tween the Irving and Ericsson schools
was also changed from Seventh street
to Eighth street. Today the school
bell rainf again. All of the schools
with the exception of the Grant school
opened their doors. Work on the heat
ing plant that is being installed at
the Grant school is not completed so
tliis makes it necessary to suspend the
opening for a few days, probably untii
Thursday. The kindergarten of this
school will open as usual in the Olivet
chapel, it is hoped by Supt. Smith
that the parents who contemplate
sending their children to the kinder
garfen iM start them at the be
ginning of the term, for children who
are sent at the middle of the term are
Canton Moline No. fin, Patriachs
Militant, now has a drill eam of IS
men with which it expects to accom
plish something worth while in local
lodge circles. The team was organized
at the last meeting of the canton, and
considerable enthusiasm was develop
ed at the session. N. E. Munson was
made captain of the team, and in ad
dition there are two subordinate of
ficers and fifteen men in the team. It
is the intention to bring the aggrega
tion to as high a state of perfection
as possible in the shortest 'possible
space of time, and for this reason it
will meet once every two weeks and
as much oftener as the men can ar
range to do.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs,
Victor Blyaert. 50 1 Eighteenth-and-a-half
avenue, died Saturday. The fu
neral was held at 2 o'clock with inter
ment was made at East Moline.
The conference committee from the
four republican organizations of hte
city met at the Manufacturers hotel
and arranged a plan for maintaining
harmony in the ranks for prosecuting
the campaign. At the suggestion of
the county committee, although they
did not take part in thi actual con
ference, the city campaign was out
lined and the various lines of work
was apportioned to the different or
ganizations. County Chairman A. H.
Kohler was selected as chairman and
George W. Johnson was chosen secre
tary. It was decided that the city
committee should have charge of the
several wards and should look after
the polls and polling places and also
will have charge of all ward meetings.
I cannot name the rare joys, the infi
nite delights that intoxicate me since
taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cents, tea or tablets. T. H.
TAILOR MADE SUITS,
$15. $18 and $20.
"NONE BETTER" MADE
BeeJ & McCarthy,
ILLINOIS THEATRE BUILDING.
Old 'Phone 716 L.
A 4 l I j .Cleaning,
111 nfAy Dyeing
I I and
A WORD TO THE WIVES IS SUFFICIENT.
One Large Package of RED CROSS SOAP POWDER, none better
for household use FREE.
One Large Package of SALTINE SALT, absolutely the purest and
whitest salt known for f amily use FREE.
One Large Package of RED CROSS SODA, strictly pure, none
One Large Cakecrf RED CROSS SCOURING. SOAP, the best that
is made FREE. . .
One Large Cake of RED CROSS. SKIN SOAP, the finest and bep.
Toilet Soap-made for the face and hands. Once used, always
used, as it makes the complexion fair and restores the skin to
its original freshness. This Soap has never been sold for less
than 25c per cake. Any one of the above Packages or Cakes
will be given away FREE at your grocer's for a short time.
Why do we make such extraordinary offer? Because we want
to introduce our new starch. Just think what you are getting
for ten cents thirty-five cents in value. You can lay a
gold dollar on some people's nose and they have not sense
enough to know a good thing when they see it. A DOLLAR
SAVED in your grocery bill IS A DOLLAR MADE.
RED GROSS AND HUBMGER'S BEST,
Lately improved and is now the best Starch on earth. Made
expressly for shirt-waists, skirts, muslins and Children's dresses.
Will make old linens look like new. Will not rot the clothes like
other starch. Makes ironing easy and gives a beautiful finish.
Ten cents per Large Package with any one of above premiums
FREE to introduce it. For sale by all grocers.
J. C. HUBINCER COMPANY, HeoKun, &ow.
SIEGEL'S PAWN SHOP..
320 20th St.. 'Phone West 816, 4 ring.
Notlt-e of l'ubllcntlon llinncrrj-.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit court, to ine acpicm-
Ikt term. A. I J. 1S04. In Chancery.
Central Trust Savings Hank, a cor
poration organized under the nankin
laws of Illinois, complainant, vs.
Third Methodist Kpisoopal Church of
Moline. Illinois, a religious corpora
tion, ot Illinois, William 1 . aeiei
liehn, Ferdinand Home, George Hry
ner. Kdwin K. Stevenson. Holus V.
l'iekup, ami W. J. Itaiinan. trustees
of the said Third Methodist Kplsco
pal Church of Moline. Illinois: Zion
Church Methodist Kpiscopal German
Society, of Moline. Illinois, n reliR
ious corporation of Illinois, Uiedrich
Muenster. Kredrich Koenipr and Gott
hilf Geornri. onlv surviving- trustees
of said Zion Church Methodist Kpis
copal German Society of Moline, Il
linois, defendants. Foreclosure.
To the above named non-resident de
fendant. Kdwin F, Stevenson, trustee of
the said Third Methodist Kpiscopal
Church of .Moline, Illinois.
Affidavit of your non-residence hav
iiiK been filed in the. oltiie of clerk of
said court, notice Is hereby Kiven to
vou that, the above named complainant
has filed in said court Its bill of com
plaint against you, on the chancery
.'ido of said court: that a summons in
cliancerv has been issued in said cause
against you. returnable to the next
term of said court, to be betrun 'and
held in the city of Hock Island, in said
count v. on the third Monday of hep
teniber. A U. 13o4, at which time and
place you are to plead, answer or do
niur to said bill of complaint, if you
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, Aug.
o, A. IJ. 1 1 0 t .
GKORGK W. GAMUT-K.
Clerk of Said Court.
SVK'2XEY & WALK Kit, Solicitors
for Corr plainnnt.
State of Illinois. Itoek Islund Conn
t y. ss :
In the Circuit Court, to the Septem
ber Term, A. I. 190-1. In Chancery.
Flora M. Singleton vs. Thomas Sinsle
Affidavit of unknown residence of
Thomas Singleton, the above defend
ant, having been filed in the circuit
clerk's office of the said circuit court
of said Hock Island county, notice is
therefore herebv given to the said de
fendant that the. complainant Hied her
bill of complaint in said court, on the
chancerv side thereof, on the 20th day
of August. A. I. li04. and that there
upon u summons issued out of said
court, wln-rcin said suit is now pend
ing, returnable on the third Monday In
the month of September next, as is by
law required, and that on the 2th day
of August the complainant herein tiled
her bill of complaint and aflldavit show
ing that upon due and diligent inquiry
the defendant, could not be found and
that his residence is unknown.
Now, unless you. the defendant,
Thomas Singleton, shall be and person
ally appear before the said eircuit court,
on the first day of the. next term there
of, to be holden at Rock Inland. In and
for said county, on the third Monday in
September next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the matters
and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according to
the prayer of this said bill.
GKORGK W. OAMHIiK. Clerk.
Rock Island. III.. Aug. 2. In4.
GKORGK W. MCASKRIN, Complain
Odozone, ihe New
Armpits and Feet
Non-poisonous, antiseptic and
germicide, purifies and cleans
the skin and cures chafing any
where. Odozone Js the best
known remedy for prickly Jurat,
mosquito blte, hives, bee stings,
and flea bites, giving quick re
lief if thoroughly rubbed In
Odoaone for sweaty tender feet
las no equal. Odozone rubbed in
the armpits once a day entirely
removes the sweaty odor.
FOH SALE BY
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
Frank A. Fredericks.
Schrelner Shop. 1121 4th
Jobbing promptly don. Win
dow and door tureens a prxrialty,
Satisfaction ptiaranted. Ketifdnce,
415 Eleventh street. Old 'Phone
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of said county,
to the September term. A. 1. I!'ll4.
Flora J. Fisher. Mary S. Fisher and
Flora T. Hamilton, complainants, vs.
Kdward Shoebrldgc: the unknown
heirs or devisees of Kdward Shoe-
bridge, deceased: the unknown Iielrs
or devisees of William Wright, de
ceased; George I. Frysinger; Harry
J. Frvsinger: William R Frysinger;
Georg'e Frysinger; ISenjamln Frysing
er; llattie Frysinger; James I (own
ing and Thomas Oowning, defend
ants. Rill to Quiet Title,
To the above named defendants, Kd
ward Shoebridge; the unknown heiis
or devisees of Kdward Shoebridge, de-
censed; the unknown heirs or devisees
f William Wright, deceased: ucorge
'. Frvsinger and Harry J. Frysinger;
and each of them.
flidavits having been llleM in ine
ollice of the clerk of the circuit court
of said Rock Island county, that He
address of the said Kdward Shoebridge
is unknown; thai the names ami un
dresses of the heirs or devisees o Kd
ward Shoebridge, ami that Ihe nauie:
ami addresses of tile heirs or devisees
of William Wright, are unknown, and
that said tl-fendanls. George I Frv
singer anil Harry J. Fry--inter, are non
residents of the state ol Illinois, notice
is hereby given to yon and each d you
that the above named compl.iinaiiM
have tiled in said court their bill of
complaint against you. on the ehniiecrv
side of said court, wherein' said suit
Is now pending; that a summons lu
chancery has been issue. 1 in said cause
against you. returnable to the next term
of said court, to be begun and held bi
the city of Hock Island, in said county,
on the third Monday in September. A.
I. 19IH, at which time and place you
will appear and plead, answer or demur
to said bill of complaint as you may
see fit. . ,
ratcd this 20th day of August, A. I .
1904. GKORGK V. OAMHI.K.
Clerk of Said Circuit Court.
MARION K. SWKKNKY. Solicitor for
.Notice In Partition.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty. ss :
In the Circuit Court, to the Septem
ber Term. A. I . 1 ! I. Ja ft it ion.
George W. Walker. James II. Walker
and Frauds Marion Walker, petition
ers, vs. Nancy J. Fcaster, Mary Fil
bert. Martha Matthews. Maria AII--brow.
Hiram Walker. Rosanna Cob-.
Martha Hazlcwood. George W. Walk -er,
Jr., Fred Walker, Kli.abetii Walk
er, I.oron Walker, Melvin Walker,
Margaret Walker and Harry ). Walk
Affidavit of the non -residence or
Nanny J. Fcaster, Fred Walker, Hiram
Walker. Margaret Walker, Harry .
Walker. George Walker, Jr., Iiroti
Walker. Melvin Walker. Klizahetit
Walker and Martha Hazlewood, defend
ants above named, having been tiled hi
the of It eo of the clerk of the said cir
cuit court of Rock Island county, nbtlco
is hereby given to the said Nancy J.
Feaster. Fred Walker, Hiram Walk" r.
Margaret Walker, Harry . Walker.
George r. Walker. Jr., I.orori Walk r.
Melvin Walker, Klizabeth Walker aid
Martha Hazlewood. that the said peti
tioners filed their bill of complaint for
partition in said court, on the chancerv
side thereof, on the l!tth day of August,
A. 1). 13114, and that u summons there
upon Issued out of said court agalnt
all of said defendonls. returnable on
the first dav of t he Septeinlyr term. A.
104. of said court, as Is by law
Now. unless you, the said Nancy
J. Feaster. Fred Walker. Hiram Walk
er. Margaret Walker. Harry O. Walker,
George W. Walker. Jr., I.oron, Walker.
M-lvin Walker. Klizabeth Walker and
Martha Hazlewood. shall personal
ly be and appear before said
circuit court of said Hock Isl
and county. on - the first day
of the next term thereof, to be lioldc
at the city of Hock Island. In said
county, on the 10th day of September.
A. I. 1 3" I. and plead. Mnswer or demur
to the said petitioners' bill of complaint,
the same anil the matters and tinners
therein charged and stated will be tak
en as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of
L'ated at Rock Island. III., this 19tii
day of August. A. I. 1304.
GKORGK W. OAMHI.K, Cleric.
Ll'CIAN ADAMS, Solicitor for Peti
tioners. John Volk 6c Co.,
Dealers In single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hardwood Flooring of al!
Dealer In single and double strength
Window GlasB, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art f I lass.
311 and 329
. Eighteenth Street,
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.