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Our ability to conform to the
in regard to quiet dignity and refined taste in the engrav
ing of wedding invitations, cards and announcements, has
, brought us their continued patronage for over thirty
Our prestige is due to our complete knowledge of all the
details the correct forms, the approved styles of engrav
ing and all the fine points that count so much. ALo
because we employ only the best engravers to be found.
We suggest that you write us for representative samples
and prices of approved wedding stationery.
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OIL KING IPJ GAY MCOD.
Rockefeller Map Reporter c Hacc
nn-.l Aiiirxcm l'ricnd 1 liU I'uii.
Never v.-as John I. Roc k felier iu a.
jollier liprlit heartt-d mood than lie was
in the Em-iiJ Avenue I5a;l!t Sunday
school in Cleveland the oilier tl i jr.
He actually iii'lulpvl i;i p.; rsifln?.
but he made his greatest L'r when hc
tackled a newspaper reporter who li
six feet six inches in height and weiyli-s
210 pounds, says a Cleveland dispatch.
The reporter was talking to Assistant
Superintendent i:rir;cs when itoeke-fclli-r
"llan.ul" went the oil kind's, luind on
the reporter's back. The jriant wheeled
around. Ins list clinehed. but he quickly
weakened when this yeoiin- came:
"WelL Iijw do yen d . Mr ? I
am indeed p!nd to see yu Y-1 seera
to be growing taller. i:eai'y, 1 have to
look tip to yu.
"You know I often wished I were as
as you. The man with the shape
Las it all over the rest ef r.-.
"Now. don't think I have mastered
Elan?. I hive uot. I just heard that
remark the oilier day and rather fan
Goin;r Lack to the subject of large
men, the billionaire said:
"You knv I like to see men ::.s big
as you. What a iand country this
would bo if all the men were built ;ia
you. Often have I regretted that I am
not taller, broader and heavier."
Contiuuiiii: iu the same jovial vein,
the oil king said:
"I want you to come out to see me.
Suppose you cmo out t play irolf
with me 1 knock the ball a round the
The reporter said he had heard Dr.
Bigirar tell how his famous patient
hal won practically every game he
"Oh, don't be afraid of my stealing
your laurel-:," retorted the occupant
; Wash Without
Colored garments may now be washed without the slighted fading. Even repeated washing will not
change their color. This is one of the many wonderful achievements of IVIapld City Self-W &shin Soap
the cleansing agent whose remarkable properties have revolutionized washday and robbed it of all iU
drudgery. Take any garment, wash it several times with IAaplz City Soap; then compare with a
t ' J sample of
the original goods
"I I j-'i-.l
ideas of particular people 6 LJ
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i o wist
Is the way of economy and comfort. You travel
in quick time over the shortest line to Southern
California along the historic Santa Fe Trail.
It's the Grand Canyon line, too
Cool and dustless and Harvey serves the meal.
Personally conducted tri-weekly excursions.
Mack, Gen. Agt
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
of Forest mil. "1 am 1'iVt such a
c.aek pJaycr as nil that.
"But be sure to let me know when
you are coming. It cannot be this
week, for I shall be iu the hands of
my dentist every, day. I don't sup
jxseyoii envy me. do you 7. I don't
like it myself, but yon know it is
work I postponed for months so as to
pot the. benelit of my ow n dentist's
T!k'u llockefejlcr launched upon a
culojry of the press iuid newspaper
"Do you know," he said. "I tiud
newspaper men and even ma'za:'.iae
writers a charming class personally. I
met .v number of them in New Yort
when I returned, from abroad, and
they impres-ed me 'as bein a really
sincere type of men.
Ot" course. I hail only a limited op
portunity of becoming acquainted with
them, for which I am sorry. However.
I think newspaper training fits u man
for making acquaintances quickly and
to jude the worth of them in a shore
Galveston's Sea Wall
makes life now as safe in that city as on
the higher uplands. E. W. Goodloe,
who resides on Dutton street, in Waco.
Tex., needs no sea wall for safaty. He
writes: "I have used Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption the past
five years anC it keeps me well and
safe. Before that time I had a cough
which for years had been growing
worse. Now it's gone." Cures chronic
coughs, la grippe, croup, whooping
cough and prevents pneumonia. Pleas
ant to take. Every bottle guaranteed
at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store
Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle frea
In this state it is not necessary to
serve a five days notice for eviction
of a cold. Use the original laxative
cough syrup. Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar. No opiates. Sold by
and you can 't detect the slightest clume of
cleanses more quickly and with less labor than any other soap. Boil the
clothes with it; it opens up the fabric, releases and dissolves the dirt, kills all
germs and leaves the clothes pure and white as snow. It contains no thread
rotting chemicals) no ruinous alkali; no rosin. Cuinot harm the most
delicate goods. One bar goes twice as
reduces the wear and tear of washday upon
clothing by at least fifty per
cent. Isn't it worth a trial?
Cut 5 cents, at all grocers.
EIAPLE CITY SOAP WORKS,
Child on Fender. Herman Jacobs
mot rman on the loop line of the Tri
City Street Cjv company, had a trying
experience on Harrison street, be
tween Third and Fourth Saturday ev
ening. He picked up on his fender
the little 7-year-old daughter of George
Dlack, who conducts the Black buffet.
Fortunately the child was not serious
ly injured. The little girl was walk
ing across the street with a playmate
and a dog. As they were crossing the
track- the Black child heard, or thought
she heard, somebody call her, and turn
ed to look up at the window of the flat
wherein she resides with her parents
over the saloon. She stood thus, with
her back to the car.and did not seem
to hear the gong nor the car's ap
proach until Motorman Jacobs called
to her. The little girl was badly fright
ened and somewhat stunned. She was
picked up and carried to her home. It
was found that her one ear was hurt
and she had a bruise on her forehead
over the eye.
Former Resident Passes. W. C
Wads world and August Steffen have
received telegrams from Miss Marion
Howard f Brooklyn. N. Y.. announc
ing that her father, Thomas Howard
had died at that place. Thomas How
ard first came to Davenport in 1879
He was an old friend of W. C. Wads
worth, and upon coming to Davenport
became a partner of Mr. Wads worth
in the wholesale dry goods business
He remained with the firm until 1SSS
when he retired, going to New YorK
city, where he represented Mr. Wads
worth as resident buyer until Mr
Wadsworth closed out his business in
1S07. Since that time he has been a
resident buyer for August Steffen in
Lost Marriage Certificate. A certi
ficate of marriage brought to the po
lice station Saturday afternoon
brought to light the fact that Albert
C. Woehlert and his bride, formerly
Miss Vivian Kaehmsted of Elgin. 111.
a youthful bride and groom, were in
Davenport on their wedding tour
Where they are now. can not he learn
ed. The wedding certificate was found
on Fourth and Harrison streets some
days ago by a lad. It was a fancy one
wi:h little doves on it and the boy kept
it. A few days later he gave it to a
woman he knew, who brought it to the
police. Albert C. Woehlert is 19 years
of age and his bride but 14.
Loses Barn. The large barn on the
premises of Captain W. I,. Clark at
Buffalo was discovered to be on fire
at midnight Saturday and burned to
the ground. Captain Clark had sold
out his stock of horses and buggies at
auction Saturday and. consequently
the stable was empty at the time of
the fire. Its origin is a mystery.
Obituary Record. Saturday morn
ing at the family residence. 1314 West
locust street, occurred the death of
Mrs. Mary M. Metzger, nee Grisham
Deceased was 24 vears of age and her
death followed an illness of a short
duration. The survivors are her hus
band and Jwo children.
At Mercy hospital Saturday after
noon occurred the death of Mrs. Sa
rail O'Brien, at the age of 71 years.
Deceased had been a patient at the
hospital for three weeks. She was
born in King's county. Ireland. May
14. 1S33, and is survived by her hus
band, Martin O'Brien, one son. Thomas
and one daughter, Cecelia of South Da
Saturday niht at the family home
2004 Fulton avenue, occurred the death
of Mrs. John Mulcrone. The surviv
ors are the bereaved husband. John
Mulcrone, three daughters, Jennie,
Kate, and Mrs. Belle Fink and one son
Avoid the rush and leave for Minne
apolis via the Rock Island in through
II I 1 1111
r im if I 'ii
far as ordinary soap. And it
train Saturday or Sunday night at 9:20.
The C, M. & St. Paul offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, fro rathe tri-citles, sleeping car
reservations made to any point deslr-
ped. For further information phone any
of their offices.
C; M. &. St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers tickets on sale the
first and third Tuesday In each month
to points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers' territory. For further infor
mation phone or call at any C, M. &
St. P. office.
To Colorado for the Summer.
Via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railway. Why not take a trip to
Colorado this summer and enjoy the
climate and scenery of the Rocky
Mountains? The rates are low and the
through train service by the St. Paul
Unicn Pacific line excellent. Ask the
nearest agent about rates, routes and
train service, or write today to F. A.
Miller, general passenger agent, Chi
cago. Colorado-California book sent to
any address for six cents' postage.
Lew One Way Rates.
From Aug. 27 until Oct. 31 the Rock
Island will sell one way tickets to Cal
ifornia points at rate of $31. Seattle,
Portland and Tacoma, $30. Spokane
$27.50. For full information inquire
city ticket office, 1829 Second avenue.
BAD CROP YEARS.
AVIieu Klrds uud Animal I3o
Mate nt tlio'SIxtinK Sesiion.
"When binVs ami animals do not
mate at the mating season, it is a sign
that a bad year is eoming,"said a farm
er. "Quails, gophers, rabbits and squir
rels all refuse to mate In certain
years. These years afterward turn
out to be bad ones. The qiTalls are
particularly weather wise. By instinct
the little wild creatures know tlxit for
lack of rain or for some other reason
there is to be a grass famine and a
seed famine, anil, instead of pairing off
and mating and setting up housekeep
ing in little families of two, they re
main ununited iu the large bauds in
which they have flown all winter, liv
ing, as it were, a kind of apartment
house life. That year inevitably turns
out a baJ one, though the bachelor and
spinster quails, with a good deal of
picking and scratch ing, manage to get
enough to eat. But to feed families of
little ones iu such a famine year would
"In California the squirrels In a fam
ine year not only do not mate; they do
not even. live. They become dormant.
As by a miracle, they remain dormant
until a season of plenty comes 'witiT
the next winter's ruins." Exchange
For Her Welfare.
Mrs. (Joodbeart had made up her
mind that most of the so called charity
of the present day was not, strictly
speaking, charity at all. Whoever gave,
she hail concluded, did so for the pleas
ant sensation of seeing his or her
name figure on subscription lists, and
she did not agree with this ostentation.
"Here, my good man." she said one
day last week to a man who had beg
ged alms of her, "here is a threepenny
piece, and please to understand that I
do not give this because I hope to be
rewarded for my charity some day.
but because it gives me pleasure to
The burly beggar looked dubiously at
the tiny sih er coin.
"Look 'crs. mum," he said. "In this
'ere wicked world we don't orften get
the chance to enjoy ourselves. Why
not make it a shillin an 'ave a real
good time?" I.jn l )!i Tit-Hits.
:: .crt .: .' C'ji'rci'li.in.
"'nler tise to;vo iu Franco people
L-r.-.ied t; be e::c;v!vely e: utious in
all tkev said a:i ! :Uiil nnw e:: utious in
wh::t ih.v wrote.
Au old letter Is said to be in exist
ence of the revolutionary period in
which the author had at first written to
a frk u.l. "I write under the reign of a
Then, apparently reflecting that it
was dang vov.i t 'peak of "reigns" at
such a:i op ch, he amended the sen
"I write under the republic of
"That fellow Mulkley you were en
gaged to lit one time may have some
of your old love letters, may he not?"
asked the husband. "And aren't you
afraid he might. I e cad enough to"
"Xot a bit." replied the wife dec!
sively. "He knows I've got a trunkful
of his love letters to reciprocate If lie
ever does." Judge.
Helped Ilia Ambition.
"Thank you, judge," said the prison
er sentenced to thirty days on bread
Seeing that the magistrate was puz
zled, he explained that he long had de
sired to try the simple life, but lacked
4he courage to begin. Philadelphia
Mrs. Peagreen Is 13 always an un
Not when you hold all of the trumps
in a game cf whist. Kansas City In
Knicker My wife says she feels like
an old rag. Bocker Then the only cure
Is to buy her some new ones. New
The intense itching characteristic of
salt rheum and eczema is instantly al
layed by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
As a cure for skin diseases this salwe
is unequaled.". For sale by all leading
For Jobbing House. Under the aus
pices of the civic improvement com
mittee of the Moline club a meeting
will be held at the club rooms tomor
row evening, at which the advisability
of establishing a wholesale grocery in
Moline will be considered. The com
mittee includes E. E. Morgan, Captain
W. C. Bennett, G. A. Stephens, C. H.
Pope, and Captain F. V. Gould. Al
ready the matter has had considerable
attention and plans are under way for
something definite along this line.
Now a number of citizens have been
invited to meet with the club commit
tee and talk the matter over more
thoroughly. In the invitations sent
out by President Ross of the club he
fays: "Under present conditions in
Moline, our people, our business and
our investments are directly depend
ent upon the factory. Disaster to the
factory would be disaster to us all.
We believe that it is this feature that
is impeding Moline's progress. If we
shall make our city inviting to men
and money, we must develop commerce
and trade and secure a large diversi
fied activity. Moline is especially fa
vored as a jobbing or distributing
place. We are centrally located. Our
water and rail transportation is un
surpassed anywhere. We are in the
very midst of a tremendously large
and increasing market. There appears
to be no valid reason why we should
surrender this valuable industry to
Simmon Heads Reserves. P. C.
Simmon was the most surprised man
in the city Friday evening, when the
entire division of naval reserves went
to the home of Roy Vinton, where he
was spending a social evening, and ap
prised him of the fact that he had
been elected lieutenant, senior grade,
of the local division. The election was
unanimous and came entirely unexpect
edly to Mr. Simmon. He left to join
the division in Chicago in time to take
up his duties as commanding officer
during the cruise.
R. H. Peck Heads College. An
nouncement is made that R. H. Peck
will have charge of Brown's Business
college which opens in . this city Sept.
4. Mr. Peck comes from Springfield,
111., where he was formerly in charge
of Brown's college at that place. He
has spent 14 years in educational work
and is iu every way qualified to take
charge of the local institution.
Remains Buried Here. The remains
of Frank Johnson, son of P. J. Johnson
of this city, were buried in Riverside
cemetery Saturday afternoon. The
body was brought here from Andover,
where he had been residing at the or
phans' home. ' Funeral services were
held from the home of Al Jacobson, at
the corner of Nineteenth street and
Second avenue. Rev. L. A. Johnston of
ficiating. Death was due to a fall Fri
day. In some manner he lost his bal
ance and fell from one of the upper
windows at the home. anf his injuries
were such that death soon followed.
To mourn his death he leaves his fath
er and three sisters, Olga, Esther, and
Jennie, all of this city.
Goes to Boston. Rev. Teter Vincen
tius will leave soon for Boston, to take
up work in Swedish mission church of
that place, thu3 returning to the scene
of his first labors in this country.
Belgians on Outing. The Moline
Belgian club had an outing at Leo Sea
lan's farm on Rock river bottoms yes
terday, and a jolly time was had.
There were games and dancing to the
strains of Huddle's orchestra. The
games consisted of potato races, sack
races, foot races,x etc.. and the grand
finale to the amusemens was the
catching of the greased pig.
AN OLD IDEA
Shown to be Absolutely False by Mod
People used to think that baldness
was one of those things which are
handed down from generation to gen
eration, from father to son just like a
Science has shown the falseness of
this belief by proving that baldness
Itself is not a constitutional disease,
but the result of a germ invasion of
which only Herpicide can effectually
rid the scalp.
Washing only cleans the scalp of
dandruff; it doesn't kill the germs.
"Destroy the cause, you remove the
Newbro's Herpicide will do this in
every case.. It is also a deiigntiui
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10
cents in stamps for sample to the
Herpicide company, Detroit, Mich. T.
H. Thomas, special accent.
I don't want to brag, but I've got
my health and my friends, so what on
earth more do I want? DelamL
"They don't crack so cuick."
Made with "LINOCORE"
buttonholes that hold.
. full Shrz.ttk.
H sizes if you want them.
GEO. P. IDE & CO.. Maker Troy. N. Y .
I MilvertOnV I
We have been selected by the
American Bankers' Association to
guarantee their "new Bank Money
Orders, and are the only Company
authorized to furnish such guaranty.
These orders are the newest con
venience in sending money. Instead
of going to the Post or Express
Office, apply for money orders to
a bank that is a member of the
Our selection for this responsible
duty is further evidence of the
preference accorded our suretyship
by the leading financiers of the
Whatever form of guarantee or
surety you desire, apply to the
cf Hew York
Capital and Surplus 4,800,000
I.udolph A Reynolds, Atty Do
ford block! Vm. C. Manfkw, Ar;
IManobIo temple. W'm. It. Moore,
Allr., Chase block. Moline Edw,
S. Skinner, Agt 1505 Klftk Are
Have Your 8
0 DANCING PARTY
Watch Tower Park
We liave plenty of
Brinf? your families
and have your picnic
at the Tower. New at
tractions. Ogden's orchestra
every afternoon and
evening and Moving
Pictures every night
For 12 Weeks.
, Have your dinner
8 party at the Inn.
Q H. E. KRELL, MANAGER.
R BOTH PHONES.
sions to the
South and Southeast
In connection wltk
QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
Tickets on sale the first and
third Tuesdays In each month
to all points in Tennessee, Ala
bama, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mis
sissippi, Louisiana, and to points
in southern Virginia, except to
certain commercial centers In
RATE One first clasa fare
plus $2 for the round trip.
LIMIT Thirty days from date
(STOP-OVERS both going and
returning. Excellent train ter
vice. For particulars and literature
O. B. ALLEN,
A. G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo.
S. H. HARD WICK,
Passenger Traffic Manager,
Washington, D. C.
J. S. M CULLOUGII,
N. W. P. A., 225 Dearborn St.
W. R. TAYLOR.
General Passenger Agent,
Washington, D. C.
JOHN VOLK & CO.
Dealers in single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings,
Veneered and Hardwood Floor
ing of all kinds.
Dealer in single and double
strength Window Glass, Polish
ed Plate, Beveled Plate and
311 AND 329
Loaned on Watches, Diamonds and all
other articles of value; also bargains
on al unredeemed goods, at
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE,
112 East Third Street, DAVENPORT.
Old Phon North 1575-Y.
.Notice of I'lunl Nrlllnurul.
Kstate of AJJie I). CruwfurJ, de
eHtil. I'ublic notice I hereby tfiven tlcit tlio
lUiUVi-RiKiM-d. HuKh W. Cniwforil, nl
iniiiixt rator, linn this day ti)-d IiIm lln il
report and Kettlenient uh fuc!i in th
bounty court of Rock Inland county.
nd hearinR on n:ild report lias boen m-t
lor Sept. Ik, 19(iil, at tt o'clock it. rn.. lit
wpicti time pcrnorm Interested may np
pear and make objection thereto, and
if no objections are filed. aid report
will be approved at that time, and tli
undersigned will afk for an order of
distribution, and will also a.k to bo
Ji.ock Island. III.. AtifT. 1.1. 1S'ifi.
ill'Uil V. CKAWKOKI).
State of Illinois, Hock IkIjikI Coun
In the Circuit Court
of paid county.
A. 1 . l'J". In
To the September term.
Anna I. Swannon vs.
Affidavit of the unknown rcfidctice of
the said Alfred KwaiiKon having been
tiled in the clerk' otlleo of the circuit
court of nal.l county, notice I there
fore hereby ulveu to the said defendant
above nani.ii, Alfred Kwansoti, that Hot
complainant filed her bill of complaint
In said court, on the chain-cry side
thereof, on the L'titli day of leccmber,
and thereupon a ttunimonn IsHiied
out of said court, wherein :iid fuit I
now pending, returnable on the llrsf
Monday in tin- month of January. 1'jcm;,
an in bv law required, which Ha id nuni
innns wiim returned by the sheriff of
Raid count v not nerved, a ml thereupon,
on the 12lh day of August, lOC. Mil
alias summons issued out of said court,
wherein said suit I now pending, re
turnable on the third Monday In th
month of September next, us by law
Now, unless you. the Fald defendant
above named. AlTred Swanson. ehall
personally be and appear In ti ro nabl
circuit court on the lirst day of the next
term thereof, to be h'dden at Kock Is
land. In and for said county, on th-
third Monday in Hitmb r next, and
plead, answer, or demur to ta1d com
plainant's bill of complaint, the sam
and tho matters and tilings therein
charped and stated will be taken as
confessed and a decree entered uualnst
you according to the praver of Biid l.ilU
CKOIiOK W. GAMIil-K. Clerk.
Hook Island. III.. Atir. 14. 1 iofi.
Searle & Marshall, complainants so
licitors. lnlIlcntln Xol !.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun-
lInSthe Circuit Court. In and for sLl
county. September term, A. 1. 1U')0.
Albert It. llereen. romplaiiarit. v.
Charles A. Dement, Marian A. irlf1in,
Amelia K. Schuler. K.fllor K. Ietneni,
Kttle V. H. Dement. -Carmen li. De
ment, Rosanna V. Dement. Anna A. De
ment, the unknown heirs and devisee
of Charles Dement, deceased, the un
known heirs and devisees of Samuel
Richards, deceased. Kliza A. ltl-ha rds,
the unknown heirs and devisees of Myr.i
Richards, deceased. tlrant RUharily.
Sarah Rryant. the unknown heirs and
devisees of Jennie M. Hell, deceased,
Clara I. Grove. Medad Martin, the un
known heirs and devisees of Medad Mar
tin, deceased, and the unknown owner
or owners of the following describe. 1
real estate, to-wit: The east half of
the southwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter of jo-r-tion
seven, in township nineteen north,
ranpe two. east of the fourth principal
meridian, in the county of Rock Icl.ind
anil state of Illinois.
To the above named defendants, the
unknown heirs and devisees of Charles
Dement, deceased, the unknown heirs
and devisees of Samuel Richards, de
ceased, Uie unknown heirs ami devisees
of Myra Richards, deceased. Grant Rich
ards. Sarah Hryant, the unknown heirs
and devisees of Jennie M. Hell, dec-eased.
Cla" I. Grove, the unknown heirs and
devisees of Medad Martin, deceased, Me
dad Martin and the unknown owner or
owners of the following described real
estate, to-wit: The CHSt half of the
southwest quarter and the northwist
quarter cf the southeast quarter of
section seven. In township nineteen
north. rariKe two, east of the fourth
principal meridian, in the county of
Rock Island and state of Illinois.
Affidavit of your non-residenre hav
Iner been Hied in the ollice of the clerk
of said court, notice is hereby civen to
you and each of you that the above
named complainant has Hied In said
court his bill of complaint against you,
on the chancery side of said court,
wherein said stilt is now pending: that
in summons In chancery has been Issued
in said cause avraiust you. returnable to
the next term of said court, to be l-t;iiii
and hehl in the city of Rock Island Iu
sa id count y on t he 1 h ird Monday in Sep
tember. A. D. I!i0;. at which time and
place you are to plead, answer or de
mur to said bill of complaint, if you
Dated at Rock Island, 111., Aur. 17,
A. D. lyoo.
GBORGH W. GAMUTS.
Clerk of Said Court.
Murphy & Witter, complainant's -licitors.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, In and for raid
countv. In t'hanccry. September term,
A. D. 19ii. Hill to Quiet Title.
John Lancaster Spaldlnir. bishop of
Peoria, complainant, vs. Prlsellla. A.
Windiell. Marie Louise 1'nnls. as con
servatrix of the estate of I'rlsillla A.
Winchell. an insane and distracted per
son, Miranda K. Jarvis. If living; and
the unknown heirs and devisees of Mir
anda 10. Jarvis. if dead, defendants.
To the above named defendants, Mir
anda 10. Jarvis and the unknown heirs
and devisees of Miranda JO. Jarvis. de
ceased: Affidavit of your non-residence
having been filed In the oltice of th
clerk of said court, notice is hereby
piven to you nd each of you that the
above named complainant has tiled In
said court bis bill of complaint against
you. on the chancery side of said court,
wherein said suit Is now pending; that
a summons In chancery has been Issued
in said cause against you. returnable to
the next term of said court to be begun
nnil held in the city 'if Rock Island, in
s-ild county, on the third Monday In Sep
tember. A. D. 19uC, at which time and
place you are to plead, answer or tie.
mur to said bill f complaint. If you
Date.l at Rock Island, 111., Aug. 17,
A. D. lyoc.
GEORGE W. GAMHLK.
Clerk of Said Court.
Murphy & Witter, complainant' uo
8 COLOXA SAND
0 ,C7'n7.' DTI ATflfTWK
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar
and Trimmings a Specialty.
For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color
the wall with alkali, etc. Plana
sent us for estimates will re
ceive careful attention and bo
returned at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Itock
Island on the C., B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. 5 and 10 will
stop and let visitors off and on.
Bridge, Stone, Corn Crib Ulock
and Foundation Stone, air slse
Samples of stone and photos
of buildings can be seen at
Room 12, Mitchell & Lyndo
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager
Rock Island or Colona, III.