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THE AKGTJS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1901.
When in Doubt Consult the Best.
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and Kidney Diseases.
VARICOCELE is a frequent cause
of nervous and physical decline. Why
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THE THOUSANDS we have cured
iliirinj our eijht years in Daren Nrt
must prove to you that our cures are
Office, McCullough Building, 124 West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WaJsh.
IRE THAN 1,000 CURES.
I am Proud of that Record.
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chronic diseases, and they all hare
left U-hind them broken promises and
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Joslin, Dec. 26. There has been
great interest in the levival meetings
at Rose Hill.
Kind Kkstroiu has engaged Charley
Moody, of Albany, to work for him.
Miss I.lanche Simpson, who is vierk-
ing for W. H. Whiteside, spent Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. William Filbert, Jr.,
are the happy parents of a son, born
K. Vanberg spent several days
with friends in Moline.
Newt White sold his diiving ln-rse
to parties in Moline. lie is going ti
Chicago to purchase another.
Mr. I.iedtke purchased a team of
colts at the horse sale in Hillsdale
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Johnson, of
Hilsdnlc. have been upending a few
lays with Mrs. .Johnson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinsman.
Foster, Dec. 20. The Misses Kate
and l'earl Watson, also Miss Pearl
Bowser, are home from Muscatine for
a week's vacation.
Mrs. Frank Ilrogan nnJ daughters,
the Misses Alta and Adelle. arrived
here from Iowa City last. Saturday
to stx-ml the holidays with her jar
nils. Mr. and Mrs. .1. If. Foster.
August Krueger, of near Illinois
City, has leen very sick for several
weks. The doctors have pronounced
llie case appendicitis ami the patient
is in a serious condition.
Miss Kate Foster is home from her
school duties at .Joslin to spend a
Mrs. Phoebe Cambrel was taken
very ill Hinl.ler.ly nt the home of her
brother. David Ripley. Tuesday.
Friday evening of this week there
will be a 1-cture with stereoptieon
views given by a natie of Cl.ina, who
is engaged in missionary vork.
Andalusia, Dec. 20. Capt. Chacles
Brusso was in Muscatine Monday.
Miss Lucy Dunbar is tn the sick
Miss Clara Davis, who has been
visiting in lly nobis for some time,
has returned .'ionic.
The schools closed last Friday for
a two weeks vacation.
.1. I). Walton, who vent to Iowa
lr.st fall, hits returned home to siend
Clararce Smith, of Minneapolis, ar
rived Monday to spend Christmas
with his mother. Mrs. A. W. Smith.
A. E. Simmons departed for Central
City, where he has accepted a posi
tion as eleik in a store.
Mrs. Edward Wenks and daughter.
Zella. of Des Moines, arrived Monday
evening to sjH-nd Christmas with rela
tivs. Prof. Voss and wife have gone to
Dixon. Iowa, to spend the holidays
Mrs. May Phillips and little son.
Bert, started for Oregon City last
Thursday to join her husband, who
went west. last spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank West bay Jjnd
Mrs. Mary Hubbard were called here
last week by the illness of their
mother. Mrs. Margaret. West bay, who
is some beter at this writing.
Wednesday evening. Dec. IS. occur
red a very pretty wedding at the.
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Brookman. Miss Mabel
being united in marriage to Alfred
.1., son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Mosher, of this village. The cere
mony was performed at 6 o'clock by
Rev. John Bartle. of Milan. The
bridal party entered the parlor to
the strains of the Lohengrin wedding
inarch jdayed by the bride's sister.
Miss Alys Brookman. They were at
tended by Master LeRoy Brookman
nnd Little Ruth Rnge, who carried
the bridal roses. The bride was at
tired in white silk. The rooms were
beautifully decorated in holly and
ferns. The guests numbered about
fifty and the presents were numerous
and beautiful. An elegant wedding
supper was served at 6 o'clock. The
best wishes of all will attend the
young couple in their journey
through life. They will be at home
to their friends at 1016 Fifth avenue,
Tort Byron, Dec. 26. Misses Phebe
and Rosa Pearsall and Bessie Lyford
came home from Beloit college to
A man nnVl woman passed through
Port Byron, walking on a wager, they
claimed, from Minneajolis to New Or
leans. Miss Mary Rennie Is spending the
holidays with her parents at Utica,
The teachers' meeting at Cordova
was abandoned on account of the se
verity of the weather.
James Newlands, of eBloit college,
came here to visit during the holiday
Port Byron merchants report a
very satisfactory trade so far during
There is now a good solid 'bridge
of ice letween Port Byron nnd I.e
Claire. L. H. Trent's team was the
first to cross.
Henrv Saddoris. son. Frank, of Fre
mont, Neb., came to visit his father
and family in Coe township.
L. S. Pearsall's iet porcupine, spr
ing its opportunity, took French
leave the other dav, without saying
good bye, and made for the woods.
This evening at the Swedish Luth
eran church the Sunday school will
have its Christmas tree exercises. A
program will be rendered at 7:30.
The Congregational Sunday school
gave a cantata at the town hall Tues
day evening. The Fairy Queen and
Frost Queen, with their attendants,
a band of Laplanders and Indians,
the army of "Inasmuch" and Santa
Clans were all present.
Wednesday evening the annua)
meeting of the Congregational
church was held and the following
officers were appointed: Deacon.
Dr. J. M. O. Bruner; trustees. S. J.
Allen, Fred Oharn; clerk. Miss Marion
Hobart; treasurer. John Sehafer;
finance committee. Dr. Bruner. Mrs.
A. Ellis. Mis: S. Hollister. Miss Lizzie
Hobart: pulpit supplv, John Sehafer.
S. J. Allen. '
Although 1he Congregal ioml ba
zaar and turkey supper hapiciieil on
a stormy evening, yet there wiis a
fair attendance nnd $00 was cleared.
The following business men were con
tributors to the bazaar: Port Byron
A. II. Wend:. W. F. Garnett. j. J.
Huntley. . H. Ney. J. F. Normand.
Julius Linke. W. S.' Block. L. S. IVar
sall. Mrs. A. Ellis. John Zuber. E. K.
Rogers r Sons. William Tilbrook, C.
L. Hobart, Hall & McMeekin. Roc k
Island Summers A- La Velle, Dolly
Bros., I.. S. MeCabe Sr Company,
Voting & MeCoinbs, C. E. Adams, M.
& K., Simon Sr Mosenfelder.
Daren part The Why. The Hub.
St. Onge, Union Tea company: Wash-burn-llalligau
Coffee company, Bos
ton Store. Frank Xadler.
The following officers have beii
elected by Syc amore e:ini M. W. A.,
for the coming year: V. C. A. G.
Brewster; advisor, 1). V. Alsbrow:
clerk, James Zollinger; banker. E. M.
Rogers; escort. J. G. Ilaire; watch
man. George Newton; outer sentinel.
Frank Morgan: manager. E. B. SU1
lingei; physicians, Drs. Bruner and
Forest camp of Royal Neighbors
has chosen the following: Oracle.
Mrs. Julia Newton; vice oracle. Mrs.
Ella Pearsall; recorder, Mrs. Matilda
Haire; chancellor. Mrs. Consdale Als
brow; marshal. Mrs. Mary Ellis; as
sistant, marshall, Mrs. Huntley; inner
sentinel, Mrs. M. Berry; manager.
Miss Nairn Sullivan; physicians, Drs.
Block ami Bruner.
Teamster's Tooth Extracted With a Small
Hatchet and a Bin Nail.
" Whilo traveling in southern Geor
gia," said Attorney W. W. MeNair to
a reporter, "I saw a beautiful pieco of
dental surgery. A teamster dereloped a
toothache whilocn the road. lie thought
it would soon bo better, hut it kept get
ting verso and Averse till ho could hard
ly hnndla the reins. H put. a chew of
tobacco on it, but it only jnmiied the
harder. Then ho stopped Ids team, built
a little fire, heated a needle redhot and
had another teamster jam it down into
the cavity to kill the nerve. Still it
jumped and thumped till tho poor fel
low was pretty near insane.
".'Boys, she's got to come out,' he
shouted to his companious as ho pulled
up his team.
"They all stopped, wound their lines
around their brakes and climbed down.
'"How can wo get her out?' asked
one of thom.
" 'I don't know,' groaned the victim,
'but 6he's got to come.
"He opened tho jockey box on his
scat and rummaged around in it, final
ly producing a small hatchet and a big
"'I guess you'll have to drive her
out with this, said he, and he eat down
on the ground and hung on to a buck
eye bush with both bauds, while ono of
his companions placed the end of the
nail against the side of tho tooth and hit
it with the hatchet. Tho first lick made
the teamster jump and yell, but ho set
tled down for another one. The second
stroke loosened it up, and after a lot of
groaning the teamster wiped the per
spiration off his face, climbed on to the
buckeye and said :
" 'Hit her again, boys!'
"The third lick sent tho offending
molar flying." San Francisco Post
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100,330. ItC. U O. fail, Urufgiaia refund money.
D'-e. :M. Thus. T. Cattevall to Har
ry Brookman. ?;;.. sv III. i?. :: ; ii:..
lie. inv,. in. ::w. and bits 0. T. s, .
and 1(1, block .17, Andalusia. $.").'mhi.
Harry Brookman to George E.
Spiekler. lots ft. 7. S. li and id, block
."7. Aii'.lnlusi i, $l.(M(.
A. J. Snell wanted to attend a party
but was afraid to do so on account of
pains in his stomach, which he fear
ed would grow -worse. He says, "I
was telling my troubles to a lady
friend, who said: "Chamberlain's
colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy
will put you in condition for the par
ty. 1 bought a bottle and take pleas
ure in stating that two doses cured
me and enabled me to have a good
tune at the party. Mr. Snell is a
resident of Summer Hill, N. Y. 'J'his
remedy is for sale by all druggists.
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Dr. nobtis'Sparaeus IMUsrurc all klitucy Ills, ym-
Notice of Pi bl!ctlon Chancery.
State of Illinois, t
Rock Island County. (
In the Circuit Court, January term, A. D.
HuBhWalkrr. executor of the last will and
te.iament of John Tuttle, deceased
Edwin W. Rrberti. James Tu'tie. Mary Hate
mun, FJsworih llazen, M. Colfax Ha.en, Ar
thur Hnzen, Ks'el'a llaen. Ktbel l'eari Boi
comb, Kvn P. liolcomo. tauk C Hoicemb.
ltlaach L,. Holcomb, L.vd' Van hiper. Alice
Kussel. 1 aura A. Vanderslice. liraise Deemer.
Arthur Iteemcr. Koy oeemer, K.rner Dee
mer. Letlie Marber. ClIlTord Uiemer. Blanch
Deemer, Nvle Deemer and Mar.hu Johnston,
Kuardlaa of said Nl- Deemer.
Affidavit of th non-reideno of the said
James Tuttle. ary luiemao. Klsworth Hazen,
M. colfux hj(d, Arthur li zen.Ks e la llarn
KtLel l'earl lloleomb. Evu P Holcomb. Frank
C Hole.om-. Hlancli I Hclcomi. Allen Kussel,
Arthur Deemer. E-mer Deemer and Lettte
rtarber. impleaded with ihe above defendants.
Edwin W. Robert", Lydia Vun Kiper. Laura
A Vandersiice. (.'.race Deemer. Koy Deemer,
ClilTjrd Deemer. "lanch Deemer, ryle le
mer and Marr ha Johnston, guarolan of s . id Nyle
Deemer. having been tiled in the clerk's ofllce
of the circuit eourt of said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non-n-si-dent
defendants that the complainant filtd
bis b II of complaint In Rfcld cuuit, on the
chancery side toereof, on the tlx h day of De
cember lyoi. and that thereupon a summors
Issued out of said court, wherein salu suit is
now pending returnable on the tlrst Monday
la the month of January, not, as Is by law re
quired. Now. unless you. the said n.n rest
oeot defendants al'ove named, James Tuttle.
Mary Hat err an, Ejswortb Hszen. M Colfax
Hazen. rtbur Hazen. fcstella Hazen. Eihe
Pearl Holcomb. Eva 1. Uo.comb. Frai k C.
Uocomb. ulanch L. Ho'eoaob, Alice Ru sel,
Arthur DcKmer Elmer Deemer acd Lettie
itarber. soall prronaily be atd appear before
said cirjull court, on he tinst day of the n-it
term thereof, to be holden at Kock Island in
and for the sa d county, on t he tirs; Monday in
January next, and pad. answer or demur to
the said complainant's blil of comprint, the
saire and tfce matters and tbiaps therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered aaitst you according
to the prayer of said bi 1.
Gkouue W. iiAMBTR. Clerk.
Rick Is'and. Illinois. December . 19ul.
Jackson a. Huasr, Solicitors for Complainant.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
Stale of Illinois, I
County of Kock Island. (
la tho o!rcult court, January term. A. D.,
Alice Uoenltz vs. Jameo Gulnty. Daniel Qulnty.
Mary McCarty. Josephine woHuku. Margaret
Foley. Eilen ClUbai;, Maud Guinty. In
Aitldavltef non-residence of the sold Mary
Mo Jurty and Marcaret Foley, imp eaded with
the above Cefe'ida-jts. James Ouinty, Daniel
Guintv. Josephine McHuv'h. E:len Callahan
and Miud Guinty, bavin been tiled in tie
clerk's ortire of the circuit court f aid
county, notice is therefore hereby ptven to
the said nonresilent defendants toat the
complainant filed ter bill of complaint In mid
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
30th day of November. Iv01. and tbatth-re-upon
a summons issued out of said court
wherein said suit Is now pending, returnable
on the first Monday in the month of January
next, as is by law required. Now, unless
you. the said nn-resident defendams above
named. Mary McCarly and Mrpret Foley,
jball oersonally be and appear before said cir
cuit court on the first day of the neit tern;
thereof, to be holden at Kock Island In
and for the said county, on the first M' nday
In January next, and plead, answer, or demur
to the said complainant s bill of coatplaint.
the same and the mafers and things therein
charged and stated will betaken as corfessed.
and a decree entered against you, according
to the prayer of said bill.
Geougi W. Gamui.r. Clerk.
Rock Island, Illinois, Nov. 30. 1K01.
SKtKI.E & MAItSHAI.r..
Searle & Marshall, Attorney.
State o( Illinois, i
Rook Island County. fHB'
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore
closure General No. -ivi7
Julia Phillips, Frank M Fbilllpi, Clyde C.
PhHip". Artie Phillips. Maud Adam.. Anna
N. ehill'ps. Edward D. Fh lllp and D. K. Mo
berly and Fran S. Cool, administrators of the
estate of D. K Pbillips. deceased.
Notice ts hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered In the above
entitled cause, on the twentieth day of No
vember. A. D. 1SW1, I shall, on Saturday, the
eleventh day of January. A. D. , 1902. at
the hour of two o'clock In the after
noon, at the Eut door of the Court
House, In the City of Rock island, in
aid County of Rock Island, to satisfy said
decree, sell at public vendue to the highest
bidder for cash, that certain parcel of land
situate In the County of Rock Island and
State or Illinois, known and described as
The south 145 acres of the south wct i"ar
ter (')of section twenty-two in town
ship number twenty (i0) nortb range two ('.')
east of the -tin Principal Meridian in the
oounty of hock Island and state of Illinois.
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois, this ninth day
Of December, A. D. I1!.
Elwis E. Parmbstbr,
Master In Chancery. Kock Island County, 111.
bUKLK & Marshall,
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THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
C1HICAGO. K jCK ISLAND
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can be purchased or batrcage
enecked at City Ticket oitlce.
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& P. depot, corner Fifth ave
nue and Thirty-ufili street. Frank U. Plum
TKAINS. I EAST. WEST
iKjover Limited & Omaha., it 3:10 ami 3:K am
Ft. Worth, Denver & K. C. t 5:0ft am 1 0:3ft pm
. .t .i:no am :iu pm
Omaha & Des Moines..
t)maba & Minneapolis
Omaha & Lincoln ex..
n.R Moines & Omaba...
:t 8:eo atr
!ll:55 pm I0:35 pm
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.! 3:05 amt 3:0ft am
Des Moines Express tl2:lft am,t 6:F'.' am
St. Paul & .li,neapolls . i 3:05 am!t :lft pm
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. C. 5:00 axltl0:40 pm
iKapsasCltv.it.Ioe&Denv 1 1 :10 pm!t r:0 am
Kock Islanil & Washington 11:50 pm t 3:2.i pm
Chicago Si Des Moires t 'J:'5 pm
Rock Island & Jlrooklyn Ac 5:35 pm
Omaha & Hock Island 6:40 pm
Chicago & Davenport I
t 7:4ii am
tl 0:3ft am
t 7:"0 pm
Arr vai. t'eoariure. jUaiiy, except ssun
dav. SDally. except Saturday. All others
daily, 'ielephoue Itiy3.
KCRLINUTON ROUTE C.
11. & ii. RAILWAY Depot
Second avenue and Twen
M. J. YOUNG,
0 25 am f :"5 am
t2:25pm t!2.01 pm
7:15 pm 7: pm
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t 0: am
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St. Louis hprinKlield.
Peoria, Qu'ncv. j ales
burg and sterling
Peoria, lleardstown, Hur
lington, Denver and
St. Louis. Kansas City.
Denver nnd Pacilic
Coast la Galesburg . .
Sterling and points in
termediate East Moline (suburban)..
St U, Denver and west
Clinton and "ubaque
Davenpart and Clinton ..
Clinton, Dubuque, La
Crosse, fct Paul, Minn
acd we-'t a-d N W
l eienuoue iuisj.
Daiiy. tDally except Sunday.
J & St. Paul Railway. D,
R. I. & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of seventeenth
street. George W. Wiod,
agent. The trains for Du
buijue and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for FreeporS acd Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All tr-Urs w'll connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
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Accommodation j 10:15 ami 11:15 am
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Searle & Marshall, Attorneys.
Sta'e of niinols. I ,..
Ronk Island County. (
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore
closure General No 4yf3
Franklin L B'.lss
William Atkinson. Helen L. Atkinson. John
Or(T, John W. Dressen. Peoples National
Hank, of Kock Island. Illinois.
Notice Is bereo. given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court entered in the above en
titled cause on the Thirty-tirst day of October,
A. D . r.l, I snail, on -aturday the tleveLth
day of January, A. D iy.'2. at the hour of two
o'clock !n the afternoon, at the east door of the
Court House in the City of Rook Island in said
County of Kock Ivlacd. to satisfy said decree,
sell at pub:ic vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, those certain puree ;s of land situate in
the County of Kock Inland and State of Illi
nois, known and desfribed a follows, to-wii:
Commencing at the nrrih west corner of
lot No. one (1) in block No two (2) in How
ards Second addition to the city of Kock
Island: thence we-t 1 chain and 21 links to tbe
oounty road: thence south along th s county
road 4 chains and 74 links: tbence west I cba n
and 21 links: thence north 4 chains acd 74 links
o place of br ginning, now known as out lots
sixty two (62) and sixty-three (i) as desig
nated upon tbe assessor's plat of said addition
to Rock Islind for A. D 1M4, and being a part
of what was formerly known as lot seventy
seven (77) in f-aia south east f ractlonat quar
ter south of Indian brundry line of section
thirty-six (3i) townsh'p eighteen (18) north
range two (2) west In the county of -ocs
Island and state of Illinois: alsa lot two (2) to
b ock two (21 in Howard's Second addition to
the city of Kock Is and. situated n the
county of Rock Island acd state of Illinois,
excepting from the tract first above de
scribed the following, to-wlt:
Commencing at a point one hundred and
tifty (150) feet south of the north weft coiner
of lot one (I) in block two (2) in Howard's
second addl'.lun tothecliy cf Rock Island:
tbence running wen to the ea-t line of Kim
or 30th street: thence along said line of E.m
or 30th street and south tifty (501 feet: thence
east to tbe west line cf said lotone(l)ia
b ock two (2) in said Howard's Second addi
tion: thence north fifty (50) feet to the place
it beginning, being a part of out lots 62 and
63 designated upon the assessor's rlat of said
addition to Kock Island for A. D. 1964, and be
ing part of what was formerly known as out
lot seventy-seven (77) in the siJ south east
fractional quarter south of Indian boundary
line of section thirtv-six (3t5) townsbip eigh
teen (1H) north range two (2) west of tbe
fourth Prinotpal Meridian.
D ted at Rock Island, Illinois, th's ninth day
of Eeccmber, A. V. 101.
- Elwin E. Parmestkr,
Master In Chancery, Rock Island County, 111.
SKA RLE & MARSHAL!..
Jfotlceof Publication Ubaaouf,
State of Illinois, I
Oounty of Rock Island. 1
In the CImuit Court. January Term, 1903
Mary J. Melvln vs. George L. Melvin. In
A ffldavit of non-residence of tbe said George
L. Melvin. defendant, having been filed In the
clerk's oBce of the circuit court of the said
county, notioe is therefore hereby given to
the said non-resident defendant that the
oomplainant filed her bill of complaint In said
court, on the chanc-ry side thereof, on tbe
17th day of July, lC0, and that thereuoon a
summons Issued out of said eourt wherein said
suit Is now pending, returnable on tbe third
Monday in the month of September, luoo, a ts
by law required, and that on December 2, 101,
an alias aummons was Issued out of tbe said
court wherein said suit is pending returnable
on tbe first Monday in the month of January,
It 2, as Is by law requtr d
Now unless you, tbe said non-resident de
fendant, George L Melvin, Khali personally be
and appear before tbe said circuit court on the
first day of tbe next term thereof, to be holden
at Rock Island in and for said oounty on the
first Monday I n January next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complaisant s bill
of complaint, tbe same and tbe matters and
thing therein charged and stated will oe
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
bill. Geobqi W. Gambli. Ulmnii Ciera.
Rock Island, 111.. December 2nd. 1902.
Searle & Marshall. Complainant's Solicitors
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