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THE ABGUS, FRIDAY, OVEMJIEU 6 1903.
This Character has been made i
famous by Nursery Rhymes.
DUDLEY'S FAMOUS COFFEES
All Dudley Coffee is put up in or.o-r
la hermetically sealed. Coffee rait u
aroma indefinitely. In order to rtl
delightful flavor and aroma whic'.i v
from grinding and put up all VwZlc,
An Iowa grocer writes us: "We h
received, from you. We feel our
we have been selling the DuJley ColZ
MOON & SON of Albia, la.
Ask your grocer for, the striped package.
H. W. DUDLEY & CO.. Coffee Importers. CHICAGO
MEN AND WOMEN, WakeUp!
Is Your Back Weak? Have You
Dragging Pains? Are You
Easily Tired? Have You Rheumatism?
Have you lost the fire and strength of
youth? Are you growing old too soon?-
Jf you have these symptoms or any
other sign of breaking down of your -
nerves and vitality, you will find new
life in electricity as applied accord
ing to my system. Dr. Home's treat
ment is made for you it is the best
way to use electricity. It pours a
gentle stream of life into the weak
ened parts. It refreshes the nerves,
expands the vital powers, enriches the
circulation and makes you feel bright.
active and vigorous. You get stronger each day and in a few weeks you
are a new man. stronger and younger in t he fire of youth. Jt is grand,
this method of mine. Business men, professional men. ministers, athletes,
men of national renown, and everj- man in every walk of life who have ever
used it are praising it.
Are you suffering from physical and vital weakness, rheumatism, lame
back, nervous debility, weak back, bladder and urinary troubles, sciatica,
lumbago, paralysis locomotor ataxia, constipation, throat troubles, poor
circulation, dyspepsia, indigestion, asthma, enlarged or inflamed prostate
gland, sleeplessness, epileptic fits, piles, neuralgia, kidney and liver trou
bles, spots floating before the eyes, palpitation of the heart, shortness of'
breath, headache, shooting pains in the chest, back, hips and ankles? Have
you weak lungs or bronchial tubes, female weakness, leuchorrhoea
(whites), heart trouble, nervous exhaustion, or any evidence of breaking
down in man or woman? If so, there is quick relief and a permanent cure
in store for you at Dr. Home's office.
Consultation free and confidential.
Dr. J. Alvin Home,
Rooms 49, 50 and 51, Mitchell & Lynde Building, Bock Island, Illinois.
Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
o Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on ua before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and te our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to St in all canes and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling .... 25C
natinnm filling 50C
Silver fillings . ... SOC
Gold fillings, $1 and up $ .00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4, QQ
Set of teeth, $5 and up 3,00
$15 set of teeth for .... . .... 10.00
Permanent lotatlon 1
Office 607 Second Ave.
Orer 8peidel'a Drug Btor.
IN PRIZES OF $5.00 EACH
will ge given to children who can
guess the name of the character por
trayed here, and write a fitting testi
monial from this character for
r.T:trJ slip for guessing with full
tMi u lions wm De iouna on me insiae
f cat h rac'kaSe of
-r 1 i :ieUog?s.. Bach of these packages
In ;his way will retain its flavor and
fun '-.I?- insure the retention of the
xvoiU s- hard to obtain, we refrain
3? AND 35c PER POUND.
.e Icon well pleased with the coffee
e iiade his increased one-third since
Services and X-Hay Examination
per pound ........
All kinds of Taffy,
'Phone west 1204. f
Brady, 'phone north
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE. -
Forty-Elxht Theuud Dollars Paid
ror a Fancy Ixt of Tobacco.
The biggest Tourchase of hich trmr
tobacco ever made In the Wpt hv
cigar manufacturer was made last
weanesaay by jj'rank P. Lewis, Peoria
111., for his celebrated Sinc-le Binder
cigar. A written guarantee was Riven
that the entire amount was to be fancy
elected tobacco. This nn
makes the Lewis factory the largest
uotuerra me umiea mates or tobacco
of so high a grading. Herald -Tran
ccnjpt, jjec zi, wast.
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The man Lafrenz. who indulged in
some dangerous gun play near Brick
Monro's pavilion Sunday night, and
whose wild aim brought death to a
horse owned bv Mr. Munro. will be
released from jail. The man had
been drinking heavily and was on the
verge of delirium tremens when taken
to jail. Those whom it is alleged lie
assailed and attempted to kill do not
care to prosecute him, and said that
he would probably be released. La
frenz comes from an excellent west
At the home of the bride s parents
1C24 West Second street, Wednesday
evening occurred the marriage
Hudolph Hebbeln, .lr., and Miss liosa
Stamp. Pastor A. I J. Greif performed
the ceremony. Otto Stamp and Miss
Ella Hebbeln attended the couple.
During the middle of Wednesday
aiternoon a well dressed and well in
toxicated stranger entered the Iowa
National bank and to Cashier Bur
meister gave his name as .J. McCar
vel.' and said he was a traveling man
out of funds, but that the firm would
stand for any amount lie wanted. He
was told that he must have someone
to identify and vouch for him. There
upon McCarvil said that the firm of
Washburn & Halligan would do that
for him. He then left the bank, and
shortly afterward the telephone bell
rang and the cashier unswereJ the
summons. "This is Mr. Halligan,'
said the voice. "(live Mr. McCarvel
what he wants. We are pood for it
Hut the banker recognized McCarvel's
voice, anil when that awkward irraft-
r again called at the bank an officer
f the law was there to take him in
to custody. He was sent to iail and
-pent the night in a cell. Yesterday
McCarvel had sobered up and there
fore was let go. His silly escapade
was looked upon as the action of an
ntoxieaieu man, ami mere was no
. F. Fisher, who tore the clapboard
ing from a barn, or shed, on the prop
erty of the Amazon Vinegar & Pick
ling works, and stole a scoop shovel
faced the police magistrate yester
lay. His accuser was F. W. Smith
the manager t.f the plant. Fisher
pleaded guilty to petty larceny, and
was reminded that the information
might have been made that of break
ing and entering, which is an indict
able charge. The shovel, he said, was
taken Sunday last, merely as a joke
on Mr. Smith. But he carried the joke
too far when he took the shovel to
his home. He was fined $15.4. und
warned to keep off the premises. The
man's aged father paid the fine.
At midnight Wednesday at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Jeremiah Tra-
cey, on Pleasant and Broadway
streets, in Northeast Davenport, oc
curred the death of Mrs. Anna Cor
coran, a native of Ireland, in the 80th
year of her age. Deceased resided in
this city a score of years ago. but
after the death of her husband re
moved to Chicago, where she had
been until this spring, when she ciune
to take up her resilience with her
daughter. Mrs. Tracev, who. with
Charles 13. Mai tin, a distant relative
alone survive her.
Mrs. Bridget Burke was at the po
lice station yesterday and told of the
cruelty to which a drunken husband
had been subjecting her. The defend
ant to the complaint lodged is Wil
liam Burke, a laborer, son-in-law of
old Jack Woods. The couple live in
squalid apartments near Fifth and
I5rady streets. Last Friday beat
his wife, and again Saturday. She
told a tale harrowing in detail. A
wailing child clad in rags, and her
own wan face and sparse garments,
told a tale of penury because of the
n us nanus dissipation. there was
mutual recrimination and much noise
at the trial, but the assistant county
attorney quelled it all by asking for
the limit of punishment for the wife
beater. The police magistrate sent
Burke to jail for 30 days.
What came within an ace of being
a case of murder had its final scene
in the police magistrate's court yes
terday. Last Saturday morning Bob-
ert J'leming, son of Jim Fleming, en
tered the Dixon saloon on Front
street and began to shake dice with
Dan Flynn, a Bucktown habitue. A
dispute arose and Flynn knocked
young Fleming down and afterwards
kicked him over the right temple, ren
dering mm unconscious. iiie voting
man was taken in charge by three
doctors, who worked over him until
Sunday night before they brought
him buck to consciousness, and then
feared concussion of the brain. Flynn
was therefore held to await the re
sult of Fleming's injuries. Yesterday
the young man was able to appear
and prosecute a charge of assault
and battery. Attorney Frank Cooper
appeared for Flynn, who pleaded
guilty to the charge. He was there
fore assessed a -fine of $25 and costs,
which he paid, the whole amount ag
A messenger boys' strike is the
latest thing in Davenport. Yesterday
afternoon the Western Union messen
ger boys showed their enterprising
spirit by serving notice on Manager
Uandolph that they wanted $1 a day,
and only eight hours' work with a full
hour off for dinner. The manager
couldn't -see the reasonableness of
their demand, and the entente cordiale
was dissolved and the boys went on
strike. Later a settlement was patch
ed up. some concessions being granted
Billy Sunday, our baseball evan
gelist, well remembered here, where
he used to Jive, has just made a clean
up of the town of Carthage, 111. It is
reported that his tabernacle revival
there resulted in 530 professions of
conversion, and the free will offering
of last Sunday, which went to him as
his perquisite for the good work he
had done toward the redemption of
the place, showed the esteem in
which he is held there. It netted $2,
100. Now he is off to Carrollton, Mo.,
for a month's similar labor. Billy
has caught on in a way that gratifies
all his old friends here. He is play
ing the fastest game in his league
Sherrard, Nov. 5. Frank Byan, of
Cable, was in Aledo on business last
Thomas Gorman, of East Moline,
was in Sherrard last Thursday.
John Stafford, of Moline, passed
through Sherrard and visited with
relatives and friends in Cable last
Mrs. Elizabeth Bell and grand
daughter, Edna, visited in Back Island
from Saturday till Monday.
Fred Schroedcr. a former resilient
of Sherrard, but late of Coal Valley,
came over last Thursday and moved
his household goods to Coal Valley
Friday. His wife remained till Sun
Mr. Whipple is home at present.
He went to Coal Valley last week and
started to work at the new coal bank.
He had a narrow escape in the acci
Mrs. J. Lees, of Coal Valley, passed
through Friday, returning home Sun
day. Mrs. Bessie Lewis accompanied
her to Coal Valley for a few days
Mr. and Mrs. John Milner and babe.
of Viola, visited with Mrs. M liner's
Airs. Bobert Lee, Sr.. and daughter.
Emma, of Keck Island, visited with
relatives hero last week.
Lewis Haddick and family visited in
Cable last Sunday.
George Forster and wife, of Omaha.
Neb., arc visiting with relatives and
friends in Coal Valley, Cable and
Sherrard for a month.
John Clark, of Sherrard, moved to
Galesburg last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar, of Old Hen
derson, visited with their daughter,
Mrs. Henry Barr, of this place, last
Mrs. Alfred Pascoe and daughter
are visiting with relatives and friends.
George Story, who has been work
ing here in the mines a short time, re
turned to Irwin Station, Pa., with his
Bobert Bobcrtson went to Viola
Saturday, where he will work.
J. H. Waespe. of Aledo. was in town
last Wednesday getting a correct plat
of the village of Sherrard for a new
Frank Sherrard returned from Chi
cago last Thursday, where he went
with a shipment of cattle.
The public schools gave an enter
tainment and social last Saturday ev
ening, it was well attended and prov
ed a success. It was for the benefit,
of the public library.
C. A. Samuelson, wife and children.
ami C. E. Peterson and wife, of Sher
rard, and Alex Lawson and wife, of
Griffin, visited at Orion last Sunday..
Marston, Nov. 5. Benjamin Mitch
ell, station agent on the C, B. I. & P.
railway at Marquette, was visiting
home folks last week.
Word has been received here that
James Caster, of Colfax, Iowa, died
Sunday morning, Oct. 25.
John Caster has recently been re
modeling his dwelling, making it
more commodious and convenient.
John DeWitt and sons are building
a bridge southeast of here.
From the appearance of things Sun
day morning there must have been a
Hallowe'en crowd out Saturday even
ing. The young men of the vicinity west
of Ihis place were in Book Island a
few days last week transacting busi
ness with the county judge and other
officials as the result of disturbing a
dance at Buffalo Prairie hall recently.
Lotus Bull is again having repeated
attacks of convulsions and requires
the constant attention of some one.
Mrs. Alex Mayhew was called to
Ueynolds Friday on account of the
serious illness of her father, Mr.
Eekstrom, who died . Saturday morn
ing. Mrs. S. McCormick, of Buffalo Prai
rie, visited ner xainer, .1. i. r.iiiott,
W. S. St ruble and family visited
Mrs. Struble's parents at Hamlet last
When is a cough more
than a cough ?
When it's a settled cold.
When it hangs on in spite of
all you can do. Cough mix
tures won't cure it because
thev are merely for a cough
and this is something more.
Scott's Emulsion cures the
cough because it cures the
something more. It heals
and repairs the inflamed
tissues .where the cold has
taken root and prevents its
- We'll send you m sample free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
COJLK'S HOT ULAiST-
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Drake's ii sible Tlk
Parlor, Library end Dining
Room Tables V
Tin nnmiiil show of tin- l'!ow City
Poultry iiixl Pi't Stock association will
be hclii at Industrial ball Dec. 17-U'O. P.
T. Heimlich, .lacksom ifle, HI.: a jurttre
of national reputation anil one of the
judges r.f the CIihmjjo poultry .show
in .January, will score the birds. There
are indications of a biy exhibit and
the show will be beter than ever.
Supt. Smith and a dozen or more
teachers left yesterday afternoon for
Joliet to attend the meeting' of the
Northern Illinois Teachers associa
tion at Joliet, which will continue to
day and tomorrow.
The bazar in behalf of Kmanuel
Lutheran church of Walker station,
which is to be held Wednesday to
Saturday next week, ami which has
been announced for lvin' Hoys hall on
Second avenue, will be hel'J instead in
the double storeroom on Third avenue
until lately occupied by the Hichclieu
restaurant, and before that occupied
by Hull Hros. This will be a ground
flJr location, and it is believed will
therefore be a more popular one.
11a ns are under way. air.l that the
bazar will be an attractive one is as
Fifteen people, in one sense of the
wt-rd. owe their lives to Mrs. Don Al
ters, who discovered that the A liars
hotel nt 012 Third avenue, was ablaze
Wednesday niht, and pave warnlnp
to everyone sleeping on the second
floor. Kven then several boarders
experienced narrow escapes. It wns
past 11 o'clock when Mrs. AHars.'who
ha a room rn the first floor and was
still working i n sunns- fancy article,
noticed that the room was full of
Wiil.SaLve You $25 m
Fuel This Wiivter.
As you know, fully one-half the carbon available for heat
in M)ft coal is gas, coal gas being used today for fuel ami
for illumination in many cities and towns in this country.
The ordinary stove in burning soft coal allows 1h gas. half
of the fuel, to pass up the chimney unbnriied, thus wasting il
as a heat producer.
15he Original. Cole's
Hot BIolsI Stove
by leans of the patented HOT BLAST draft used in con-"
nectii n with other patented, features, distills this gas from
the upper surface of the coal, utilizing it as a heat producer
along with the fixed carbon or coke in the coal, thus mak
ing a $3.00 ton of soft coal, or a $2.00 ton of slack fir coal
sittings do the work of a $.M)0 ton of Pennsylvania hard coal.
The most economical ll.l!I) COAL stove in the world, lie
quires no change for hard coal, wood or toft coal.
We guarantee every stove to remain absolutely air-tight as
long as used.
We guarantee a uniform heat day and night, with soft
coal, slack, siftings orhard coal.
We guarantee that the rooms can be healed from one to
two hours each morning, with the soft cot1! put in the stoe
the evening before.
We guarante: the fei-l door to be smoke proof, and that
the stove will hold lire with soft coal '.'' hours, without at
tention. We guarantee a saving :f one-third in fuel over :;ny 1 iwer
draft stove of the same si.e.
The above guarantee is made with the understanding that
the stove be operated ncording to directions ;;nd : et up with
a good line.
If: wo didn't know tliat you can be better suited
with, tables from our stock at our prices wo
would not go to the expense of advertising
them. WE ASK THE CHANCE TO PROVE
IT. PUT US TO THE TEST.
We're Not Satisfied with trie Other
Molii's Patronage we want yours. Ml of
Fine Mahogany and oak parlor tables (Tj fif
round ana square styles, up from . vpaUU
Dining Room and Library Tables, Mahogany,
oak and old mission styles,
up from ...
sniok; and heard the roar of the
(lames which already had a pood head
way. She lushed upstairs by an out
side .-t airway and called the boarders,
who were sleeping. All rushed out
but one. who was found almost over
come. The fire started from an over
heated furnace, and did dam ape
iiiuountinp to .f(i()(.
Work on the improvement of Uridpe
lane was bepnn yesterday and it is
hoped to complete it within the next
'M days. Twelve hundred dollars in
all. including- -donated labor, has been
contributed toward the project, and
of this all but $!'. has been turned in.
It is hoped that the work can be com
pleted at a cost not preatly exceeding
$1.200.The contract for moving the
city's house back KM) feet out of the
way has leen let. and the house-movers
have begun rn the job.
Miss Nellie Pearl Martin, formerly
a teacher of the Willard school, was
married Thursday evening nt her
home in Ulue Island to I'obert Sey
farth. u young architect practicing in
Chicago. The families'of both young
people have long been prominent in
Hlue Island, and the wedding was a
happy function. . A wealth of good
wishes goes out to the bride from the
many friends she won during her res-j
idence here. The voting people Willi
live in Chicago, where a home has.
been built after the plans it the'
groom, and furnished with furniture
made to e'esigns ;f his own.
At the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Aiken, of South Moline,
occurred Wednesday evening one of
the prettiest weddings nf the season,
the occasion being the palm and car
nation wedding of the youngest
daughter, Fannie, to Will Uoos, of
Rock Island, 111.
M iXIL gilll V,
this city. Hev. M. V. Crumbaker. of xhw
First Methodist cnurch, r.f this city,
using the impressive Kpiscopalian
ceremony, pronouncing them husband
and wife. After tne congratulations
the guests were scared to a delicious
wedding repast served by a down
town caterer. The bride is the young
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aiken,
and by her beauty and harming per
sonality has won for herself a host of
life-time friends. The groom is one of
Moline's must popular young uien and
a successful young man in business,
having for some time conducted ;i
prominent clothing and tailoring es
tablishment. Their many friends will
be pleased to learn that they are to
reside here, and all join in well wishes
for happiness and prosperity.
MEN ARE POWERLESS
re F1ht Agralaat rlne Unleaa Titer
Strike at the Vnderlytns Cause.
To treat Dandruff, and Palling: Hatr.
with Irritants or oils on which a para
sitic germ will prosper. Is like aeooplnif
water from the ocean to prevent the tida
You cannot accomplish a satisfactory
cure without having a right understand
Ing of the fundamental causes of the
Ton must kill the "Dandruff Germ.
Kewbro's Herpiclde does this because It
la specially made to do that very thing.
. When the germ Is removed, the hair
has no choice but to resume healthy
growth and beauty.
"Destroy the cause, you remove the
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. tit
stamps for sample to The Herpiclde Co
For sale bv T. II. Thomas.
To cure torpid lifer, constipation,"
loss of appetite, biliousness, and all
other complaints of the liver, stomach,
or bowels, take Liver-Lax. A 25 cent
little liver pilL Pleasant to take.
T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist. ;