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THUS AHGTT9, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1903.
To be tired out from hard work or bodily
exercise is natural and rest is the remedy, but
there 13 an exhaustion without physical exer
tion and a tired, never-rested feeling a weari
ness without work that is unnatural and shows
some serious disorder is threatening the health. One of the chief causes of
that "Always-tired, never-rested condition" is impure blood and bad circu
lation. Unless the body is nourished with rich, pure blood there is lack of
nervous force, the mus- . T ttt, ,
cles become weak, the di
gestion impaired, and cousin, who had been benefited by 8. S. S., told me
i j - j about it. I tried it and it cured me. I heartily re
general disorder occurs commend 8. 8. 8. to all who my feel the need of a
throughout the System, thoroughly good blood tonic. Your s trul y
. .... . ,J MRS. JOS IE BHITTAIN.
Debility, insomnia, ner- 44 W. Ninth St., Columbia, Tenn.
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, strength and energy, and the hundreds of little
cleansing the blood and toning up the system. It is a vegetable blood purifier
and tonic combined, that enriches the blood, and through it the entire system
is nourished and refreshing sleep comes to the tired, never-rested, body.
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INow Is The Time....
to paper your rooms. We have a large assortment of
both cheap and high grade papers, which we are selling
at the lowest prices in the city. We also have a large and
complete force of workmen. All kinds of painting and
papering promptly attended to and satisfaction guaranteed.
Thcnes Old Union 213; new
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us 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 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
Platinnm filling gOC
Silver fillings 50c
Gold fillings, $1 and up g 1,00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5,00
$15 set of teeth for 10,00
v Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Bpeidel's Drug 8 tore
Charles E. Hodgson,
Vmeriean Inc. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental New York
'Agricultural New York
Traders' Ins. Co. Chicago, HL
flion Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa,
-ckf ord Ins. Co. ..... .Roekf ord, HI.
Security Ins. Co. ..(New Haven, Conn.
Inc. Co. State of Illinois. Eockf ord, HI.
CT3te,r rjoo 3, Buf ord block. Bates
fta low mm consistent with ceeuiity.
Directories of North and South Da
kota, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin. Pe
oria and Chicago. Becord9 are kept
of people moving1, 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,
causing a thorough breaking down of my system
ailments we often have are due directly to a bad con
dition of the blood and circulation, and the quickest
way to get rid of them is by purifying and building
up the blood, and for this purpose no remedy equals
S. S. S.i vhich contains the best ingredients for
5213. 419 Seventeenth St.
in the "Fulton" and "Broad
way Box" Overcoats bearing
this famous mark
Equals "18 K" on gold and
"STERLING" on silver. The
"Fulton": kerseys, meltons,
friezes, vicunas, Scotch chev
iots; 47 inches long; full
skirts; broad, concave shoul
ders; close-fitting collar. The
Broadway Box": same tai
loring; 44 inches; more con
servative, but just as correct.
BENJAMIN Overcoats are best,
because the best brains, skill,
and experience produce them.
The price is right Your money
back if anything goes wrong.
We are Sole Distributors here.
- You Know Us."
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that make
heat, it's quality that retains it,
It is quality that makes possible
consumption of SO 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 6ay for it. . A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload. :
E. G. FRAZEP
Telephone 113 J.
Davenport's moral crusade is still
a live issue, according to llev. George
(Jiglinger, D. D., the energetic -young
priest who set the ball rolling several
months ago. In (conversation Satur
day Kev. (iiglinger made a number of
revelations that will be very interest
ing in this community. "1 have not
abated my determination to make
Davenport a cleaner city," said Dr.
Giglinger.- "I have been offered a
generous amount of money to
quit, with a prominent business man
as the medium, but it will make no
difference. The gentleman approach
ed me and asked me if I would like
to make $300. 'Of course,' said .1;
Anyone would like to make that
much money. What shall I do for it?'
You don't, have to do anything,' he
said. 'That's easy. I answered. 'Well,
that's right, said he. 'You just do
nothing, and you can have $300.'
Plain enough, wasn't it. Hut I have
been doing something and don't ex
pect to receive that little present."
The merger is alleged to be at
work in the wholesale meat business
in this city. Saturday Swift & Co.,
for 10 years in the plant of the old
candy factory on Front and Perry
streets, closed out business here, and
its manager will leave for the twin
cities this week. The Kohrs Packing
company, purchased considerable of
the meat in storage anil this will be
converted into sausage. From butch
ers, who were interviewed, it was
learned that the Schwartzschild &
Sulzberger and the Sinclair hous.s
will be the next to withdraw from the
field, which is highly competitive. For
10 years Swift & Co. was located here,
and it owns the property it occupied.
The Cudahy com any has leased the
building which the Swifts will vacate
and will occupy U as soon as it has
leen remodeled. The change will
give the Cudahy concern ampler fa
cilities than it has had in the past.
At 1) :,'!() o'clock Saturday morning
at his office .lusiiee .1. C. Hall united
in marriage Kzra Blakesley, aged 62
years, and Miss Agnes Locke, aged
40 years, both of Anawan, 111. The
happy couple left for their home af
ter visiting in the city for the day.
According to a report from Betten
dorf. groceries were stolen from the
delivery wagon of Kuehl's Fast Dav
enport grocery while the driver was
engaged in taking an order into one
of the houses. There was no witness
of the robbery, or if there were they
kept quiet, and it is not known who
committed the deed.
The Electrical Workers union, No.
10 will entertain at a benefit dance at
Armory hall Dec. 'Si. The event will
be held to raise funds for the sup
port of Mrs. Lawrence Harry Corn
wall, widow of the unfortunate line
man who was killed at Second and
Scott streets, .Tune 20.
Floyd Iliggins. a Kock Island youth
who was found loitering about a
house of ill repute on the Fast Side,
was arrested, charged with vagrancy,
and was given a hearing Saturday
before Magistrate Finger. Officer E.
A. Sanford testified in the case. Ilig
gins is a minor. Tie was sent to jail
for 30 clays.
IJeed Lane entertained tiie members
of the Davenport high school football
team at. his home in Mt. Ida, Friday
evening. At the gathering .John Val
erius was unanimously elected cap
tain of next year's team, and IJeed
Lane was unanimously chosen as man
ager. Valerius played quarter back
on this year's eleven and is regard
ed as the best 'man in that position
that has ever played on the local
field. He will make nn excellent cap
tain. IJeed Lane, the newly elected
manager, possesses many business
qualities and will no doubt arrange
a strong schedule and make a suc
cessful season of next year. Al
though seven members of this year's
team will not attend school next fall,
the showing made by the subsritutes
this season assures a fine eleven for
Saturday in the office f IJeferee
Jlelmick the creditors of John Q.
Zuck, the -New Liberty school tencher
who went into bankruptcy a short
time ago, and examined into the mat
ter. It was discovered that there is
practically nothing left and that his
debts will be a total loss to the credi
tors. The amount of his failure is
$3,700, his only assets being $1,100
worth of telephone stock, which was
put up as security with the signers
of some of his ntes.
Carey. M. .lones, of this city Will go
to Chicago next week, where he will
crv sales for the International Fat
Mrs. Louis Haller passed away
Saturday at her home, 129 West
Eleventh street. Mrs. Haller was sick
only a few dajs and conditions be
came so serious that an operation
was thought necessary. The opera
tion revealed a cancer in the stomach.
Deceased was born in Holstein, Ger
many, Jan. 21, 1838, and came to this
country when only 0 years old. Since
then she has lived in Davenport con
tinuously until the time of her death.
In 1858 she was married to Louis Hal
ler, who survives.
Mrs. Marie Kreps died Saturday
at her home in Fishertown at the ad
vanced age of 75 years. Death came
from a long illness of five j'ears' du
ration. She is survived by her hus
band, but the couple were childless.
The funeral will be held from the
late home of hte deceased in Fisher
town Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
with interment in the city ceremtery.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper H. M. Harrison,
St. Paul; F. 15. Mitchell, St. Louis; W.
A. Card, Ueardstown; A. Michaclio,
New York; C. F. Grove, Chicago; C S.
McDanicl, Kock Island; E. J. John
ston, Beardstown; Angelo Uussell,
Mr?. H. Martin, Mr. and "Mrs. IJobert
Conness, Joseph P. Colton, Owen Fau
cett, New York; Miss C. C. Cariin,
Miss Lenore Cariin, Mrs. John Cariin,
Des Moines; P. Murkland, Boston; T.
(J. Smith, Chicago; L. Van Horn,
Letts, Iowa; P. Beatey, Chicago; L. A.
Prouty, New York; B. F. Cleverly, St.
Louis; S. K. Tyler, Chicago; M. S. Uo
senfield. Chicago; T. 1'. Stack, Quin
cy; F. J. Couchs, Lancaster, Ohio; A.
F. Mereness. La Crosse; F. J. Stinson.
Cedar Kapids; J. T. Walker, Kansas
City; C. (). Campbell, Marshalltown;
W. II. Freeman. Oakland, Iowa; E. F.
Hostwick and wife, New York; W. W.
Newhaii, Kansas City; F. F. Hamil
ton, Omaha, Neb.: A. F. llazeltine,
Boston; B. 1J. Smith, Chicago; Al
phonse Dur, Philadelphia; A. J. Deni
trath, Kewanee;' William Dunn, Kock
Island; E. T. .Dolly ami lady. Bock
Island; S. C. GifiFord, Bock Island; (J.
S. Fitzgibbon; J. G. Comly, St. Louis;
A. L. Craig. Chicago; H. K. Mennieke,
Cincinnati, Ohio; W. E. Denison, Chi
cago; T. Collins, Bloomfield; C. P.
Goss, Waterbury, Conn.; D. D. Tluir
ber. Chicago; (J. W. Golden, New
York; S. V. Deem. Galva; P. A. Pase.
Chicago; W. C. Lingenfelder, St. Lou
is; C. W. Dooley, Blooniington; H. W.
Uarr, Bloomington ; J. A. Elton, Win
nipeg; J. H. Hunt, Council Bluffs; E.
Emery, Chicago; C. J. Koontz, Beards
town; W. D. Oliver. St. Paul; L. W.
Berry, Beardstown; George Blymyer,
At the Harms (European) J. C.
Munger, "Robert Emmet" company:
Henry Mcllae Webster and wife. New
York; Miss Olea Bursien. Pittsburg;
II. E. Miessenus, Pauline Duffield,
John Craig, E. II. Laley, Frank Tre
vas, Ethel Ellsworth. Frank Edwards,
New York; J.J. Doyle, Boston; Frank
Holz, Cairo; Lewis Kaber, Kansas
City; F. J. Combs. Lancaster, Ohio;
Budolph It. Spaghett. Burlington; D.
H. Crane, Chicago; W. B. Wells, Mil
waukee; S. B. Levitt, Bloomington;
It. A. White, Indianapolis; Spencer
Whitney, Bloomington: M. Dobstet
ter, H. A. Boss, John O'Brien. S. Lan
dow, Julia Folland, Eugene Wiene, B.
Cavanaugh, Edward O'Conness. J. P.
SulMven, It. F. Itussell. Charles E.
Bunnell, with "Bobert Emmet" com
pany; W. F. Itenoden, Chicago; A. W.
King, Minneapolis; A. H. Woodward,
Birmingham, Ala.; Otis Willis, with
"Itobert Emmet" company: Fred
Dunne, Chicago; Claude Martin. Chi
cago; Ben Barrow, Chicago; W. .T.
Wenung, Fulton; S. J. Weaver, St.
Louis; A. C. Morgan, New York.
At the Book Island B. C. Dunlap,
Peoria; Joe Everich. Louisville;
cGorge Williams, Wyoming; T. E. Van
Sant, Kansas City; 0. S. Peck. Rock
Island; J. G. McKennan and wife,
Minneapolis; N (J. Judd and wife.
Bock Island; C. II. Cowles, Peoria; E.
G. Dodds. Chicago; James Rohan. Ale
do; F. It. Sidmore, Fairfield, Iowa;
C. A. Holztanner. Muscatine, Iowa;
Claude Martin. Chicago; J. E. Lee,
Reynolds; C. T. Noyle, La Grange,
Mo.; L. A. Downs. Chicago; E. C. Hay
den, Chicago; H. E. Sudlow. Rock Isl
and; A. J. Davison, Chicago; H. San
ick, Peoria; M. Van Buran. Chicago.
TEAMS ABE TO KEEP BUSY
The following is the schedules of
the basketball teams of Augustana
college the coming season:
Girls' Schedule Rock Island high
schpol at Augustana, Dec. 5; Daven
port high school at Davenport, Jan.
S; Macomb at Augustana, Jan. 10;
Monmouth at Augustana,
Lombard at Lombard. Feb.
mouth at Augustana, Feb. 4
at Macomb, Feb. 27.
Boys' Schedule Wilton college at
Wilton college, Dec. 12; Lombard at
Lombard. Jan. 23; Geneseo at Augus
tana. Feb. 20; idonmouth at Augus
tana, Feb. 4; Geneseo sit Augustana.
Feb. 20; Lombard at
March 3; Monmouth at
March 10; Wilton at
Henry Grube to Frederick Grube,
lot 5, block 2. Wheeloek Fifteenth
street 4uld., Moline, $1,303.
Nov. 27. Matilda A. Wood to Elli
ott N. Wood, lot 2, block 2, Stewart's
add.. South Moline, $1. 1
Nov. 28. Mary E. Stewart to Eva
ABOUT THAT COAT
You wear a coat. Why?
To keep the cold out? No;
to keep the warmth in.
What of the body that lias
no warmth the thin, poor
body that lacks the healthy
flesh and fat it needs ?
For sut h we say that Scott's
Emulsion provides the right
kind of a coat. Why? Be
cause Scott's Emulsion builds
firm, solid flesh and sup
plies just enough faj; to fill
nature's requirements no
more.' That means bodily
We'll send you a sample free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Tear" Street, New Vork.
V . i n-., 1,. J 1 1 sL, ...1
Twenty miles was the limit of the
river trip taken by Mr. and Mrs. Hock
and Mr. and M-s. Charles Palmer of
East Moline in lieu of a tour dowa
the Mississippi to New Orleans and a
long cruise up the JJed river. They
started gaily from the bank at East
Moline in two gasoline launches which
the men built themselves and in which
they had installed engines of consid
erable sie. All went well as far as
l'uffalo. 10 miles down the river, ami
then the visions of a winter in the
south came to an end. The engines
gave out and in re!pene to the sig
nals of the crew of both boats they
were lowed into hore at I.imvoo!
where their launches have been placed
in winter onarters. The eninos were
not suited to the work. Mr. and. Mrs.
I'nlmer will t:i!e tip resilience in their
house at Ensl Moline. but the other
family lias rented theirs and must
wait for a new house being built at
Miss Augusta Jones. Mobile's tirst
visiting nurse has submitted her first
monthly report to the committee
from the King's Daughters' having
this work in charge. The report gives
some idea of the manner in which
the new feature has taken hold and
of some of the work that has been
accomplished. Miss Jones reported a
total of 12 patients, six of which have
recovered and six are considerably
improved.' She has made 62 visits
since going on duty Oct. 19.
Davenport's clairvoyant has shot
wide of the mark in attempting sis
sist the friends of August Colberg in
solving the mystery of his disappear
ance.. The clairvoyant was sought
out in the hope that some theory as
to his disappearance might be ad
vanced, and the soohsayer predicted
that he would appear or word would
be received of his whereabouts by
Thanksgiving day. Hut Thursday is
now past, and the mystery is as deep
as ever. Colberg has been missing
since Nov. 12. Some of those who
were intimate with Colberg and his
temperament and habits are inclined
to the belief that he is a patient in
some retreat for relief from his be
setting habit. The friends of Charles
Hutchinson, of Harstow- are also in
the dark as to his whereabouts.
Dr. W. O. lleam announces that
the condition of George W. Claussen,
the union molder who is receiving
treatment for his pistol wound at the
City hospital, remains about the same
as it was last week. The doctor is
quite hopeful over the condition uf his
patient, and believes he stands a good
chance for recovery.
Straton, lot 1.1, block 1, Stewart's
add.. South Moline, $1,150.
James Minnehau to Christian V.
Kunge, ne'i, swVi, 30, 17, lw; and
nw4. se'i. 30 17, lw, $4,805.
Fred 11. Mcesfce to S. A. Cartwright,
es, lot 24, and se'i lot 23. block 54,
Nov. 25. John Griffin to Frank See
feldt, nw4, ne, 36 17, 3 wr $25.
Jacob WWolf to Clara M. Seefeldt,
lots 9 and 10, block 35, nw Vi, 27, 3w,
-E. H. Guyer et al., to S. L. .Stafford,
lot 5. block 121, New Shops add., East
Moline, $3W. , '
Small waists are no longer in style.
It's the round plump waist that comes
by taking Rocky Mountain Tea; that's
all the go. - 35 cents. For sale by T. II.
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not ashamed of
it be&rs a bsoid
with its n&me.
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MEN AND WflMRN. Wake Up!
Is Your Back Weak? Have You Drag
ging Pains? Are You Easily Tired?
Have You Rheumatism?
Have you lost the fire and strength of
youth? Are you growing old too soon?
If you have these symptoms or any
other sign of breaking down of your
nerves and vitality, yon 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
irontle stream of life into the weak
ened parts. It refreshes the nerve
expands the vital powers, enricho tike
circulation and makes you feel bright,
active and vigorous. You get stronger
are a new man. stronger and younger
this method of mine. Ihisiness men, professional men. ministers, athletes,
men of national renown, and every man in cery walk of life who haecver
used it are praising it. -
Are you suffering from physical and iial weakness, rhctimalisni, 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 pain's 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
dow n in man or woman? If so, there is quick relief and a permanent cure
in store for von at Dr. Home's office.
Consultation free and confidential.
Dr. J. Alvin Home, Til. D.,
Rooms 49, 50 and 51, Mitchell &, Lynde Building. Rock Island, Illinois.
Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
Be in California.
Before New Year's
If you are going to California won will find it to your :'d
vant:ge to be there before New Year's. '
It is then that the ilowor festivals begin. They are a
notable feature mid-winter life in Southern California.
You really ought not to miss them.
Don't hes itate to go because "California, is so f:r
away." It isn't. Call or write, and let me tell you how
quickly and comfortably the trip is made via the Rock Isl
and System. Present reduced rate,
R.ock Island to California is Only S31.
H. E. CAST EEL,
Central Trust $ Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
. ISC0HP0IIATED UNDEB STATE LAW.
Capital Stock. S1OO.000- Four Per Cant Interest FaJd on DposIts
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which, is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustee tinder Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee cf insolvent estates. General Cnastlal
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
Scrxices and X-Ray Examination
each day and in a few weeks you
in the lire of youth. It is, grand,
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A.,
KOCK ISrVND, ILL.
BOYD, D. T. A., Davenport, Iowa.
D. MUDGE, H. B. SIMMON,
Vice President. Chi