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THE AITGirS, MONDAY, 8, 1902
Round-trip tickets good for 21 days
will be sold on the, first and third
. Tuesdays of every month to Nebraska,
South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado,
. Utah, and many other States at
with $2.00 added.
On the same days we will sell One
Way tickets at practically half the
regular rates to Kansas, Southwest
Missouri, New Mexico. Oklahoma,
Arkansas, Indian Territory, Texas and
Call or write for particulars.
FRANK A. HART. Pass'r Agent C. B. & Q. Depot
662 Telephone 1 1 80.
E. H. Gujer, Attorney.
Btate ot IU'tioIs, i
Rock Island County, t
la the Circuit Couit of said county. Ia chan
cery. Foreclosure. No. 6095
Rock Island Mutual Build'ng Ix an & Savings
Jels Jessen and Anna Jessen.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue ot a
decree of said Court entered in tee above en
titled cause, n the Zl day of Oo to
be r. A. .. 1903, I shall, on Saturday, the
Twenty ninth day ot November, A. D., 1D02,
at the hour of two o'clock in the alter
noon, at the north do -r of tn Court Bouse,
in the City of Mock Island, in said County
of Hock Island, to satisfy said dec -e. sell at
public vendue to the b'gtest bidder for
cash in hand, that ceitain parcel ot land
situate to the County of Rock Island, and
state of Illinois, fcnown and described as
Beginning on the east li-e of Fortv-foirtb
stieef, in the city of nock Island, at a poi"t
eight hundred and ninety z fct) feet north
of tne notth iie of 13f?rhtetsnUi svnue (Ifth
avenue) in said ity; thence run east, one
hundred and twenty (20 fee : tnence . north
forty-three (43) feei; thence west to the east
line of raid Forty fourth strre ; thene sou to
aiong the sast line of said street to the place
of beginning: being a prt of the sou'heast
quarter (H) of toe northwest quarter X) of
peetion No six (6) In township No. seventeen
(17) north range No. one (1) west of the
fourth P M
Dated at Moline. I llnols, this fourth day of
November, A. ., 1903.
"W J. Ektbikim,
Mate In Chancery, Rock Island County. HI.
E. H. GtTTKR, Comnlainantw Solicitor.
Dont Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Media
cine Co.. Madison, Wis. It
keeps yon well. Oar trad
mark cut on each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never sold
in bulk. Accept no substi
TCS 1 U. AH SfUU MIMMMS.
MOTIVE FOB MURDER
A!!ie Dool Said to Have Had Posi
tion Tona Dunlap
CHARGE . AGAINST A JUE0E
Taking of Testimony Begins at
Aledo Thl After- J$
With twelve jurors in the. box who
have been found acceptable'' by both
prosecution and defense in the trial
of Miss Tona Dunlap at Aledo, for
the murder of Miss Allie Dool last
August, the proceeding'! came to a
sudden halt Saturda3'. afternoon.
The court was ready to order the
clerk to administer the oath to the
jurors when the lawyers for the de
fense interposed, a startling objection.
They represented to Judge Jiamsay
that they had positive information
that one of the twelve had testified
falsely during his examination as to
his qualifications for service by stat
ing that he had at no time discussed
A subpoena was placed in the hands
of the defense, and when court con
venes this afternoon the first sensa
tion in the trial will either materia
lize or be exploded.
The jury us it now stands is as fol
lows: Walter Mathers, North Henderson,
(I us lJucleen, Swedona; painter.
Charles llaupt, Keithsburg; . car
penter. Archie Pfitzenuialer; farmer.
Paul Ilich, North Henderson; far
mer. James Nyers. New Itoston; farmer.
Frank Ogle, Keithsburg; fanner.
A. N. Ua vs.'Cable; farmer.
Clenden Ilrown, Suez township; far
me. Charles Holmes, Duncan township;
John Brown, (ireeit township; far
mer. James Friend, Creen township; far
mer. Expert Testimony Promised.
Kxpert testimony is going to figure
largely in the coming proceedings.
A dozen or more chemists and medical
men will be called by both sides to
testify as to the action of strychnine
on the human body. Their opinion
will lx solicited loth in support and
refutation of Miss Dunlap's declara
tion that she purchased strychnine
for use in the treatment of corns.
It is a matler of evidence that Miss
Ihmlap lwnight cents worth of the
Until we move in our handsome new store, you have a chance to buy the finest Suits, Overcoats,
HeUs, vCeps surid FvirnisHing Goods Oct a
: GREAT DISCOUNT
just when you need them. Everything in the entire stock will be sold at good big liberal dis
counts. We want to move as little as possible to the new store. You will have the choice of the largest and
best selected stock in the three cities.
Poinrt Delay, Be " Johiniitiy oil the Spot
Temporary Store, Old Postoffice, "Just Around the Corner'
poison of Dr. Carter three days be
fore Miss Dool came to her sudden
denth. At the time of making the
purchase Miss Dulap told Dr. Carter
the use she intended to make of the
staff. And although he agreed with
her that the stuff would noj accom
plish anj'thing toward the removal of
a corn, the young woman insisted
that she had used it before, and knew
what she wanted. The experts for
the state will testify that strychnine
can have no cscharotie effect on the
No attempt will be made by the
state to prove that Tona Dunlap had
a. motive in giving Miss Allie DooJ
poisoned chocolate through the wit
nesses which will begin to give tes
timony in Judge Kamsay's court this
afternoon. Evidence will be present
ed, however, from which the jurors
may draw their own conclusions an
to a motive for the crime.
It seems incredible almost that a
young girl would seek the life of h
girl friend in order that she might
gain a position in a dry goods store
paying $5.50 a week. Such will be the
trend of the testimony on this point.
It will be shown by the. testimony ot
H.- F. Felix, proprietor of the store in
which Miss Dool was a clerk, that five
da3rs after her death Miss Dunlap aj
plied to him for the position left va
cant by the young wouian's death, n
this fact will serve the purpose of the
state to prove a motive it will be one
of the strongest points in the prose
Porpone of the Defense.
It is the purpose of the defense to
bring every effort into play that will
arouse a reasonable doubt in the
minds of the jurors that Miss Dunlap
gave the poison to Miss Dool. To that
end they will place Miss Cora McM al
ien on the witness stand ami have her
tell a story calculated to raise the
question whether she or Miss Dunlap
gave the poisoned candy. Miss Mc
Mullen will testify that on the after
noon of the day that Miss Dool died
she went into Felix's store with a
sack of chocolate candy and that dur
ing a conversation lasting nearly half
an hour she and Miss Dool ate most
of the contents of the sack.
It is a matter of record that within
20 minutes after the departure of
Miss MeMullen from the store Miss
Dunlap entered the store and gate
Miss Dool some more chocolate
The candy which Miss Dunlap and
Miss McMullen gave. Miss lool was
purchased at the same store and on
the same day. Physicians say that
the effects of strychnine are mani
fested at varying periods after it has
been taken into the human system.
It has caused death within 15 minutes
and in some cases it has been nearly
two hours afterward ln-fore the first
symptoms of poisoning have been
Vf YOU KMII
IOWA A PRIZE TAKER
Gets Pretty Much All There is in
It in Live Stock
CHICAGO SHOW AT AN EKD
Some of the Trophies That Weie
Awarded to Hawk-
Chicago, Dec. 8. The third annual
International Live Stock exposition
came to a mieenssful close Saturday
evening. During the week the shov
attracted ait atendance of UoO.OtK), u
much larger number than attended
either of the two preceding shows.
The feature of the closing day was
the awarding of prizes in the stock
judging contest. This contest was par
ticipated in by the students of agricul
tural colleges jind farmers' sons, the
latter being admitted for the first time.
The Spooa Trophy.
T!j poor tropiiy, nwi.Yued to the
agricultural college whose three stu
dents made the, highest aggregate
standing in judgingallclasses of stock,
again went to the Iowa Agricultural
college, which has made a splendid
showing In the exposition.
The highest three students winning
the Spoor trophy for the Iowa Agricul
tural college were Charles tJray.
fv.7 W. A. Linkater. 787 1-3, and
Wayne Dinsmore. 7C.7 1-3.
What's In a Name?
Everything i.s in the name when it
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. F. C. De
Witt & Co., of Chicago, discovered,
some years ago. how to make a salve
from witch hazel that is a specific for
piles. For blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles, eczema, cuts, burns,
bruises and all skin diseases DeWitt's
Salve has no equal. This has given
rise to numerous worthless counter
feits. Ask for DeWitt's the genuine.
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Kiess drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twent v-seventh street.
To accommodate those who are
partial to the use of atomizers in ap
plying liquids into the nasal passages
for catarrhal troubles, the proprie
tors prepare Ely's Liquid Cream
ISnlm. Price, including the spraying
tube, is 7." cents. Druggists or by
mail. The liquid embodies the medi
cinal properties of the solid frepa ra
tion. Cream lialm is quickly absorb
ed by the membrane and does not dr
up the secretions, but changes them
to a natural aud healthy character.
Ely F.rothers., 56 Warren street, X. Y.
ROC K ISLAND.
No ' Goods
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o a s in)
0 G. A.
Men's l'.ox Calf Dluchcrs, Seal
Top. Welt, Heavy Sole,
Battles' Shoe Store
Fourth avc. and Seventeenth St.
Sold On CREDIT.
The Boston offers
Men's Box Calf and Vici Kid shoes (Genuine
Welted, Soles) heavy and lightweights bought
at a big reduction and going to be sold that f
These shoes are the equal of many S3.50 O
slioes and are as good as our regular &3 grade
Tiastpi:ic? wMlc. they . S2.50 Pacir
Them in Our Ea.st Window.
1721 Second Avenue.
l DR. SHOOP, ophthalmologist. I
t ROOM 7, BUFORD BLOCK. 1
Uses No Medicine, Performs No Operation.
Simply removes the cause of your so-called disease or ailment, and
nature does the curing:.
His system of removing the cause of your illb is
an entirely new one.
lie gives a written guarantee that satisfactory re- t
suits will come or your money will be refunded. 5
All chronic cases of Dyspepsia, lndigestion.Constipation, Fe-
male Trouble , Epilepsy, Etc., Etc. Also cases of inf la ed
Eyes, Granulated Lids, Cysts, Styes, Etc., are especially J
EYES TESTED, AND CONSULTATION FREE. J
JOHN E. BERGSTROM,
tUMIKsliTOK AMU BUILD felt.
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing
will be done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory.
gbou Ttitrt--ctd 8"et nd FoortcrDth tienoa. tnon15?9 Wt
a big lot-300 pairs-of
Phone Union 112.
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