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THE AHGHJS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1903.
2 A Physic Won't 2
It will make you worse. It takes a stronger medicine next
w time to move your bowels. All the time j-ou are losing ZP
O strength. If you had strength to digest the food and remove it O
iF a from the bowels instead of allowing it to rot there, as it does, you
kind of treatment won t cure.
fJuJJ's Crape Tonic Will
This is not a physic. Its action is not like t
any other treatment known. You knowV
about the strengthening properties of the
grape. Mull's Grape Tonic is made fromO
grapes and is so compounded that it exerts a
beneficial influence over the digestive organs,
strengthening them so they can perform
their functions voluntarily, making richJJHT
blood and strong muscles. It won't fail.
No griping. No pain. No cure, no pay. 3
Fend this advertisement and lOr. to Lightning Medicine Co.. t J
T.. THIwrl A va . KatIc Talari A . 1 11 or Itt F0 A MTT1f . 1 A rmt.I.l ft-
q50c. czncf .00 a Botfe at Ml Druggists, q
I A Bank Account
Promotes Credit, establishes responsi
bility and results in security. It is your
Best Friend. Start one today.
PER- CENT paid on deposits in
the Savings department of the
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
H. E. CA STEEL,
L. D. MUDGE,
H. D. BIMMON,
(Central Trust b Savings Bank
ROCK. ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED TJNDEB STATE LAW.
Capital Stock. S100.0CO- Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, whieh is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General finaBeltl
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
Qji fl l 3 H
Chicago Dental Company
It's Quality That Counts
' If you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save vou money. We use
nothing but the best of material aid
our work is guaranteed to be first-
class in every respect 11 you are in
need of a set of teeth call and be our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 25C
Bone filling 25C
Platinum filling SOC
Silver fillings 50c
Gold fillings, f 1 and up .... . $1.00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
Set of teeth, $5 and up " 5.00
fid sot of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel'i Drug Btor.
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Charles E. Hodgson,
Rjnerian Ins. Co. Newark, N. 7.
Continental New York
'Agricultural New York
Traders' Ins. Co. .Chicago, HI.
Tnlon Ins. Co. ...... Philadelphia, Pa.
lkford Ins. Co. . . . . . .Roekf ord. 111.
fcenritjr-Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. Rockf ord, HI.
dee, rjom 3, Buford block. Kates
ftlaw aa consistent with security.
Directories of North and South Da
kota, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin. Pe
oria and Chicago. Records are kept
jof people moving, arriving or leaving
Davenport. Credit reports and cor
rect addresses furnished on applica
tion. Branch of the Bergman Collec
tion Agency. 207-209 Brady street,
jmi niii 1 1 in n i i ii innsiiMMiii;' " iimii?!"
In oal It's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it,
it is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or unburnables. The coal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk aa loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZEP
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
forty Eight Thousand Dollars Paid
for a Fancy Lot of Tpbaeeo.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the West by a
cigar manufacturer was made last
W ednesday by Frank P. Lewis, Peoria
111., for his celebrated Single Binder
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
selected tobacco. This, no doubt,
makes the Xiewis factory the largest
nomer m tne united (states or tobacco
of so high a grading. Uerald-Tran
onpt Dec. it jsoe.
"TnrntSficlc Time la lift FUght.
lf Don't tw dlsconr-
7 ugvrl attbesilTir la
H. "secures positions by pre
BPrvinir youthful looks. Iot
dy. Iup8 not stain linen. A
5c. not a ce for
FREE trial bottle to THILO HAT, 229 Iifayette
St.. 'ewerii, N. J. Lirge &uc tiutUe at OtogglsU'.
T. H. TiTOMAu3, Druggist.
Dont Se Fooled?
Tak ths genuine, original
POCKY MOUNTAIM .TEA
Made only by Madison Msdl
cine Co.. Madiaon, 'Wis. - h
keeps yoa well. Our trade
mark cut oil each package.
I'rlce, 35 -cents. Nrer ao
In bulk. Accept to iubntl
"Old Folks" have been sent to jail
for 30 days for stealing- chickens.
"Old Folks" is a colored man any
where between 23 and 50 years of age,
and his real mime is Robert Smith,
or at lea.-t that is the handle that he
is handled by in the police books.
In every other instance he is known
as "Old Folks." Smith was arrested
by Officer Mullane and the chickens
were stolen from Carl Ehlers, who
appeared atrainst him. Ihere was no
need of appearing-, however, as "Old
Folks" admitted it in the most cheer
ful manner, and seemed happy to
think that he was going to get a
stead ' boardin&r place w here meals
The ambulance was summoned
to the irlucose works at" mid
night Saturday to care for
Arthur 1. Huggard. of OIIG How-
ditch street. The man was found
lying in a vat in the plant where he
had probably been for some time
lluggard had been ill all day and his
companions wanted him to quit work
but he thought it was not necessary.
About 11 o clock lie w ent about some
work anil that w as the last 'seen of
him until he was found more than an
lmur later, ile was taken to his home
in the ambulance and a physician
Hans II. Kkardt, the man who was
thrown from his ice wagon and in
jured, on llarriscn street Saturday
afternoon, died at the hospital. Dr.
llenjaman Schmidt who attended him
stated 'that death was due to the
shock that his system receive;. The
physician stated that the injuries re
ceived by Mr. Kkadrt were located in
his back and that he must have suf
fered from hemorrhage of the kid
neys, Mr. Kkardt was nearly ."1 years
old. He was born in North Schles
wig, Germany and came to the United
States 31 years ago. He came direct
ly to Davenport where he has lived
since. Soon after coining here he be
came indentified in the ice business
and has remained so since. He con
ductedNm ice business of his own for
-0 years and then sold out to the
prystal Ice company, and became
manager of the concern. Later he
resigned and engaged in the business,
forming' a company of his own. Mr.
Kkardt leaves a wife, Lena, and three
children, a daughter, Mrs. M. K. Slott
and two sons. Otto and Walter, who
reside at home. The funeral will be
held tomorrow at 2 p. m. from the
residence, 1129 West Fourth s-treet,
and will be in charge of the Danish
Krotherhood and Olive lodge, I. O.
O. F.. of Moline. The interment will
be at Fairmount cemetery.
Dr. George Ditewig left for Cincin
nati last night, to the regret of the
many friends he has made since he
has been government meat inspector
here. Dr. Ditewig has been located at
Davenport for several years, and has
made an excellent record. One of the
most interesting papers that has beeu
read before the Davenport Ilusiness
Men's association was contributed
by him some time ago. He has been
transferred to more responsible du
ties at the big union stock yards at
Cincinnati, and the promotion hits a
good man. Dr. K. I,. Kellev, who
comes from Fast St. Louis to
fill his place temporarily, is already
here and ready to assume the duties.
These are not inconsiderable, for the
season is approaching- when there will
be lively times around the Davenport
The Davenport Malt & Grain com
pany, through Henry Klindt and John
Noth. has tiled amended articles of
incorporation with the county re
corder. I?y virtue of the articles the
capital stock of the company has
been increased from $180,000 to $300,-
000. This was effected at a meeting
of the stockholders held at 2
Sheriff McArthur has gone
ton for Michael Conroy, the
burglar and conspirator, who will be
tried for his liberty before a Scott
county jury some time between now
and Christinas. Conroy s attorneys
asked for a change of venue, and
Judge Bollinger, who sat the Septem
ber term of court in Clinton, granted
the change. The case was remanded
to Scott county, and when the venue
papers were made out Conroy was
slated for transfer with them.
Mrs. Jennie McDonald, the woman
30 p. m.
Used by people of refinement
for over a gluarter of a century
JOHN YOLK & CO..
Also Manufacturers of Baa. Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of All
Tagl and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass, -
111 AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STKEB.'
who was picked up ' intoxicated on
Fifth and llarrispn streets last week,
will be sent back to Mt. Pleasant.
She. had become an habitual drunk
ard and gave the police no end of
treuble and was finally taken before
the judge as a dipsomaniac and was
committed to Mt. Pleasant. She was
liberated on parole several months
ago, but in a moment of weakness fell
from grace, and must now return to
the inebriate ward at the asylum as
the penalty for violation of her par
ole. I he woman is 40 years of age,
respectable otherwise, and has a fam
ily. Her case is a pitiful one.
Eugene Dalzell, former plumbin
inspector for the city of Davenport,
died last evening- at 7:1 o'clock at
his home, 820 Kirkwood boulevard
Death was the result of a cancerous
growth in his head, which had been
bothering1 him for several years, antl
which caused the loss of his eyesight
aooui two years ago. jie was ap
pointed city plumbing inspector dm
lng the administration of Mavor
Heinz. At that time his sight was
failing, but he struggled on until he
became totally blind. Mr. Dalzell was
one of the best known and most re
speeted citizens of Davenport. The
fortitude with which he bore his ter
rible" suffering made him admired by
NEWS IN OUTLINE ,
Underwood of Alabama has intro
duced a resolution in the house, amend
ing the constitution by repealing the
Emperor William is himself design
ing the cup that will be given by him
for a trans-Atlantic yacht race.
Fully 2,800 men employed at the
Carnegie Stetl works at Homestead
have resumed work after a shut-down
of three weeks.
A rat knawing a box of matcbts is
said to have caused a tire iu the base
ment of an unoccupied building at
Mrs. Blanche Chesebrough Scott, for
mer wife of ltoland It. Mollncux. will
appear in vaudeville at Proctor's the
ater. New York, next week.
Senator W. A. Clark's daughter is
seeking a divorce from her husband,
T)r. Everett M. Culver, and asks the
custody of their 8-year-old child, Kath
erin,e. After delivering a number of opin
ions the United States supreme court
has adjourned for two weeks.
WHAT IS CATARRH?
Ilyomel Cures This Common and Disagree
llyomei cures catarrh by the simph
meinou or oreatning it into tlie air
passages and lungs. It kills the germs
of catarrhal poison, heals and soothes
the irritated mucous membrane, en
ters the blood with the oxygen ..and
kills the germs present there, effectu
ally driving this disease from the sys
The complete llyomei outfit cots
but $1. and comprises an inhaler, a
bottle of llyomei and a dropper. The
inhaler will last a lifetime; and addi
tional bottles of llyomei can be ob
tained for 50e.
If you have any of the following
symptoms, catarrhal germs are at
work somewhere in the mucous mem
brane of the nose, throat, bronchial
tubes -r tissues of the lungs:
Offens ive breath, dryness of the
nose, pain across the eves, pain in
back of the head, pain in front of the
head, tendency to take cold, burning
pain in the throat, hawking- to clear
the throat, pain in the chest, a cough.
stitch in side, losing of flesh, variable
appetite, low spirited at times, rais
ing: of frothy mucous, expectorating
yellow matter, difficulty in breathing-,
frequent sneezing, huskiness of voice,
discharge, from the nose, stoppage of
the nose at night, aching- of the body,
dropping-s in the throat,, mouth open
while sleeping, tickling back of the
palate, formation of crusts in the
nose, dryness of the throat iu the
morning-, loss of strength, spasms "of
coughing, cough short and hacking-,
cough worse nights and mornings,
loss in vital force, a feeling of tight
ness across the upier part of the
llyomei will destroy activity of all
catarrhal germs in the respiratory or
gans, and in a few weeks the cure will
be complete,. ,
This is a stronu? statement, but T.
II. Thomas emphasizes it by agreeing
to refund your monpy if llyomei does
Notice is hereby given that the unr
dersigned has been appointed assignee
of the Hock Island Furniture com
pany, a corporation of the state of
Illinois doings business at the city of
Rock Island, in Rock Island county,
Illinois, and all persons holding- any
claim or claims against said eompanj'
are hereby notified to present the
same to the undersigned under oath
or atlirmation within three months
from this date whether said claims
are due or not. All persons indebted
to said company are requested to
make prompt payment to the under
signed. Dated Rock Island, 111., Oct. 31, A.
CENTRAL TRUST & SAVINGS BANK,
The Rest Liniment.
"Chamberlain's Pain Balm is con
sidered the best liniment on the mar
ket," write Post & Bliss, of Georgia,
Vt. No other liniment will heal a cut
or bruise so promptly. No other af
fords such quick relief from rheumat
ic pains.' No other is so valuable for
deep-seated pains like lame back and
pains in the chest. Give this liniment
a trial and you will never wish to be
without it. Sold by all druggists.
i AS$: fell
To cleanse the
and Gently ;
There is only
Syrup of Figs;
to get its bene
Dispels colds and
f V. "-'
bilious or con
stipated; For men, women
Acts best on
Always buy the genuine Manufactured by tha
oan rronuA,. flewYork.rt.Y.
TU eyi-tiiin( 5vu-rim nf FJo-s l? for sale fcv all first-class
druggists, The full name of the company California
Fig Syrup Co. is always printed on the front
of every package, race ritty ents per cotue.
A STOVE BARGAIN.
COLE'S HOT BLAST
is a great value. We sell it under a
positive guarantee to save one-third
in fuel over any other lower draft
stove the same :-iy.e. Our only condi
tion is that it shall be operated ac
c:r:!injr to directions and set up with
a good Hue. Another thing:. COLIC'S
HOT llL.V-T will burn x'.ft coal, lig
nite coal, coke, hard coal, wood, or
any fuel without change in the stoic.
.Cast Iron Liningr
Hot Blast Draft
Heavy Fire Pot
Cone Grate 'jHki vj
The accompanying cuts show how the large sensitive steel radiating surface which responds at
once to the fire, is thoroughly protected from the direct action of the fire hy means of the heavy cast
iron firebox, consisting of a heavy fircpot. a heavy cast iron lining extending sccn inches ahove, with a
sheet steel lining from the top of this cast lining to the top of the stove. This heavy firebox protects
the points where other stoves burn out lirst. and insures great durability.
SMOKELESS FEED DOOR..
This is the feature that makes soft coal IT'LhY AS SATISFACTORY as hard coal. Cleanliness has been
the chief argument in favor of hard coal, and now COLK'S HOT I'd. AST makes soft coal fully as desirable.
This smokeless feed door is protected by patent, and no imitator has ever succeeded in devising a door
that works perfectly. No smoke, soot or gas escapes into the room.
A Grea.t Stove
Come and See It
1615, 1617 Second Ave.
Word has been received that (leorge
V. Vinton, jr., is seriously ill in the
Presbyterian hospital in Chicago.
With Mrs. Vinton he has been in that
city for consultation with physicians
prior to proceeding to Arizona to
spend the winter for the benefit of
his health. His condition 'now is such
that it may be some little time be
fore the southwestern trip may be
At the second meeting of the Wo
man's cl.ub those in attendance num
bering nearly 1"0, felt even more fully
assured than after the first meeting
that the club is to be a powerful fac
tor in Moline's advancement. Miss
(Irace lluntoo.n whistled beautifully
two charming selections. Mis. Kvlan
Sargent anil Miss Sloan acompanied
her. Miss Fannie Freeburg read a
very able and interesting paper on
popular reading in the last 50 years
and Mrs. Uobert Blakemore told of
writers of Illinois. Hut one adverse
criticism was heard of the program
and 'lhat a snValV wail regarding ihe
hats of the ladies, which one member
asserted privately after the meeting,
obstructed the view- of the speakers.
Twelfth avenue was thrown open
to the public Sunday after having
been closed for months while the lay
ing of the asphalt pavement, was un
der way. The. last work was complet
ed Saturday afternoon, and the city
now has a handsome stretch of boule
vard extending from Fifteenth street
west to Seventh street, thence north
to Tenth avenue and west again to
Sixth street. A continuous pavement
is provided from almost hi"' part of
the city to the city hospital, and with
in the hbspital grounds a macadam
driveway has been laid. With the
c mpletion of the Twelfth avenue
job the paing work l.r 1hc season
is practically at an end.
For the lirst time this season, the
famous Kast Knds went down to de
feat at the hands of the Peoria So
cials. Sunday afteriioi n at Peoria, 17
to 0. A return game was offered the
Peorians, but they at first refused to
listen to giving Moline a return ffanif.
However, they finally promised to
play here Sunday afternoon. Dec. 6.
Word cuiiies from Austin, Texas, of
the accidental killing there some
three weeks ago of Joseph llreck. w ho
will be better remembered here as the
husband of Etta Pitts, daughter of
Cyrus Pitts," former owner of the
property n which the Moline city
hospital now stands. Mr. llreck was
cleaning a revolver and during the
process it was accidentally discharg
ed, indicting a mortal wound, from
which he died in a few minutes. Mr.
llreck and Miss Pitfs were married in
Moline years ngo Mr. llreck is sur
vived by his widow and one daughter.
The widow is a cousin to the woman
who became the wife of Frederick
William Packfield was taken, to the
hospital yesterday afternoon. He was
leading his team near Dimock, Ciould
& Co., when one of the horses became
frightened and jumped forward, the
tongue striking Mr. Sackfield in the
groin. Drs. A.-M. Peal and Arp at
tended him. An operation was neces
sary and he is in a seritjtis condition.
The declamatory contest which was
given by the Chicago university was
won by both of the representatives
from Kansas City Central high school.
Arthur Daniclson and Frances Caier
ly of this city did very well:
I'ound 10.000 1'eart.
A pearl, which experts claim to In
the largest ever discovered in Ameri
ca and valued at $10,000, was recently
found by a fi:herman. A very fortu
nate find, indeed.' but if si-kly people
will commence taking Ilostet t cr's
Stomach Hitters they will find a far
mure precious treasure than all the
pearls in the world, namely, health.
Without this it is impossible to. make
a success in life, and since the Hitters
has been clearly pruvcri to be the best
health restorer in the world, it is
surely deserving of a fair trial. It
positively cures ins niiiia. headache,
loss of appetite, indigestion, dyspep
sia, constipation and malaria, fever
and ague. Women, too, will find it
very beneficial as a tonic and regula
tor. Don't fail to try a bottle. It
will cure vou.
Mrs. Louis Ernest. Evanr.villc, Iiul.:
Kocky Mountain Tea is splendid.
Makes sick people well. Cured me af
ter others failed." Tea or tablet
for. 35c. T. If. Thomas' pharmacy.
HU7lKll UIHIWILWI male. xne.Kin mwui
bmutiful. vo tatn envfn-l wnb lloicltra
piw fcuua ore, uicrr., iud, mirt-ui F
At dnnaa 60c. barton. HoUow.y Co.. Jt
1 1 permanently Curod br
j C3. KLINE'S GREAT
LI U 2) KERVE RESTORER
I S3 TmAlTliOTTXK FREE
I rcrni.urnt uuro, Jd a, ViA,
1 i bancs, Debtlitjr,.xluastloa. lml
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