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TBLS AEQ-TJS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1903.
Kjeep Out the Gold.
Did it ever occur to you that a few' or our HOUSE WARMERS
will save considerable fuel, and the fuel saved will more than pay
for the original COST of our
Storm Doors and Storm Sash
put in place on your' home. WE FURNISH ESTIMATES OX
STORM SASH and DOORS HUNG IX PLACE OX YOUR HOUSE, WI1
FCRN1SH HARDWARE COMPLETE.
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-i Old Phone W 1143
New Phone 6. -13
i (L 3rd Ave
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Rock Island "A"
Painted or Grained.
Rock Island n"
Painted or Grained.
We cevrry common sizes in stock and can serve
For any size or style of window furnished promptly.
IIP fil l Ml pMCT.
Xo. 53 Xo. 51
Double Ventilator, Closed. Slide Ventilator, Closed
ROCK ISLAND SASH & DOOR WORKS,
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 a ad
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If 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 ... 2SC
Platinum filling g0t
Silver fillings BOc
Gold fillings, $1 and up 1,00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 -4,00
Set of teeth, $5 and up . 5,00
115 set of teeth for W00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel't Dm Btor.
Charles E. Hodgson,
. Fire Insurance
American Ins. Co Newark, N. 7.
Continental New York
'Agricultural New York
Traders Ins. Co. ....Chicago, IiL
P-iion Ins. Co ..Philadelphia, Pa.
i.kford Ins. Co. ...... Hockf or d, I1L
Security Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. Kockford, 111.
Office, rjom 3, Buford block. Bates
fca low m consistent with security.
TT a"Z For Drunkenness and
El - L ' h- ' '-" JLZ-n
ill 01 OP
and causes thick, glossy hair to sup
plant the former thin.brittle growth.
New tern's HorgslcSiSs
perforins its 'work on the principle,
' Destroy the cau.e, you remove the
effect," and consequently it rcachc3
and kills ofT the ever-busy microbe,
which is responsible for all scalp
diseases. It thus makes dandruff
and falling hair impossible, and
promotes a luxuriant growth of hair
that booh becomes the pride of the
owner. Even on bald spots it soon
produces hair as thick and luxuriant
as anyone could wish for.
One bottle will convince tlit If. 1b the
only Uair restorer that really restore.
For Sale b all First-Class Drug Stores.
For sale by T. n. Thomas, druggist
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it,
it is qrality that makes possible
consumption of 00 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills1
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or nnbnrnables. 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 ,
Col. C. G. Saunders, of Council
Bluffs, will be present v.i the 21st an
niversary and public installation of
the Modern Woodmen of America,
which event is to tal:e place in Tur
ner hall Jan. 5. Col. Saunders will be
the chief orator,; and the announce
ment that he will be present is wel
come news to the members of the
different Modern Woodmen lodges.
A communication from Fairfield,
Iowa, announces the death at that
place of Henry Camp, for many years
a resident of Davenport and well
known in lodge circle:: in this city.
Mr. Camp was a resident of Daven
port in the 'HO's and remove J to Fair
field a number of years ug , where he
engaged in the clothing business. In
Davenport he was a cutler for Iscac
William .J. l'ugh, patentee,- and
James, alias "I'.rick" Munro, financial
backer, will erect a factory to manu
facture the new automatic pressure
pump which Mr. I'ugh has perfected.
The pump without doubt i a good
one, suitable for barbers, bar rooms.
physicians and bicycle and automo
bile dealers, and will sell at $.10 each.
The new plant will manufacture 100
of them per day. Its location is not
yet decided upon.
lesterdav the prisoners. l. in num
ber, were brought from the jail into
Judge Ilolliuger's court and entered
their pleas upon arraignment. Attor
ney Charles T. Cooper was given the
majority of the appointment;; made
upon request of the prisoners.
Tanner l'octsch. who operates a
ton yard on the Rockingham road
near the plant of the Davenport
Slaughtering fr Rendering, company,
while at work near his vats had the
misfortune to stumble backwards
lintl fall into a disused well which had
several feet of water in it. The well
was not tleep, but the water . was.
There was a disused pump therein,
and to this the tanner clung, keeping
his head out of the water anil crying
lustily for help. After a long time
a man seeking the tanner on business
entered the place, and hearing his
cries lijirried in their direction antl
found Mr. l'oetsch in the well, half
dead with the chilling he "received
from the water. The aid of some
butchers at the slaughtering plant,
near by was invoked and the tanner
was rescued from his predicament.
He has suffered no ill effects from
his icy bath.
If. D. Wells, who was surprised by
Joe 1J. Lane in that attorney's office
May 13 Inst, and who was chased by
Mr. Lane and several other persons
and captured in the Schmidt build
ing, was brought into court yester
day morning. He pleaded guiltv to
breaking and -entering and asked for
the clemency of the court. He was
represented by William Chamberlin.
Owing- to the illness of Mr. Chamber
lin during the September term of
court Mr. Wells was not arraig-ned
then. His long term in jail will be
urared as a reason for elemenev in
his behalf. The man is silent as the
sphinx. No one seems to know who
he is. or whether or not "Wells" is
his real name.
Saturday afternoon a 17-vear-old
lass who lives on I'nion street, in
Xorthwpst Da veiiiw,rt. fiime In -tni-
tice Louis K. Roddewig and told him
a story that caused Officer Kllmann
to arrest a young man living across
the street from her. He asked for a
postponement of the nreliminarv
hearing until yesterday. This was
granted, and the young man's bond
was placed at $1,000, which was fur
nished. Yesterdav Justice Roddewiy
questioned the girl and she confessed
to navinar Deen intimate with other
young men, and had on several occa
sions ueen in com nan v which rather
compromised her. On this admission
tiie state dismissed the case.
Dr. D. I). I'almer arrived home yes
terday from Santa ISarbarx, Cal.,
where he lias been located for the
past year. He is on his way to Chi
cago to open a chiropractic school
on a large scale, and has a carload of
goods, curios, etc., coming from Cal
ifornia to be used in connection with
the school. Dr. 1J. J. I'almer, of this
city, w ill probably he connected with
the school, beside Dr. l'axson and Dr.
O. G. Smith.
Beginning Dec. 7 a new law firm
will begin business in this city which
promises to be a strong combination
and one which will take a leading
part in the local legal profession
from the very start. While the firm
will be a new one, both members of
it are at present well-known mem
bers of the Scott county liar. The
new firm will be known as Chamber
lain & Petersen, the individual mem
bers of which are William M. Cham
berlain, ex-count3' attorney, and for
a number of years one of the leading
and best known attorneys in this sec
tion of the state, and Walter 11. Pe
tersen, one of the rising young attor
neys of the city, who, until the dissolution-
of their partnership, has
been a member of the firm of Lit tig
Clans Reimers, the 14-year-old lad
who was shot by a gun he was clean
ing at noon yesterday at his home,on
the Rockingham road, died last even
ing. Later developments have tended
to disprove the suicide theory in the
All the news all the time -Argus.
At OOKMA.JNf9Si 319 Twentieth Sf.
Having been compelled to discontinue our sale last sum
mer on account of the warm weather we will now start
our sale again
at 7:30-V. M.
and will be continued every evening until
our large stock of
Watches, Je&aelry, QlocK, ' SiliJerZefare,
Chinat&are9 JLarnps9 IT oy and Molt day
Good? entirely closed out.
Souvenirs Givei Awy.
WaJl Cases, Show Cases, Safe aivd Shelving for Ssde. j
jVofce is the Time to Muy our JTmas 'Pres
ents at Jour Ot&n 'Price.
P. A. Merrinian and Andy Pearson
have purchased the noted pacing
mare Irene, with the intention of
racing- her next season. Irene is the
pride of the stable and will be eiHfi-r-
el in all the free-for-alls and large
stakes in the comnumitv.
For the championship of the
city the East Knds defeated Hie
West Knds Sunday 16 to 0. The West
Knds dispute the score, claiming it
should be 11 to 0, and the field goal at
the end of the first half being protest
ed as having been made after the call
With Thanksgiving day past' and
the football season a memory, conies
speculation as to Mobile's prospects
for a team next fall, of special inter
est to those from whom subscriptions
for a paid coach for the eleven will be
solicited. At the outset, it may be
said that as good, if not a superior,
team to those out since the beginning
of the twentieth century is promised.
The material is at hand for a winning
eleven anil the boys are enthusiastic.
Of the. seventeen who earned their
"Ms," but six graduate, leaving eleven
experienced men for the new season,
("apt. Stromberg, left half; Sutly.
riijlit guard; Isaacson, rijrht. tackle;
Joseph, right end, and' Wahlstrom and
Peal, left ends, will not return. Haas,
fullback; lledin, right half; Tnwn
drow, half and end; llergen, quarter;
Li nd burg, ' center; Melin and Miller
guards; Mortenson ' : and Albert son,
tackles; Hodgson, end, and (jritlin,
half, will play another season, and
and some of them two and three years
Mayor Skinner states that on ac
count of the recent fatal accident
caused by the explosion of a lamp in
which gasoline was used for kerosene,
by which three people have lost thei
lives, he will have an ordinance drawn
by the next city council meeting,
regulating the sale of the dangerous
oil in the city. Heretofore there has
been no restrict 1041 upon the sale of
gasoline beyond the state law, but the
death of tjjree people is enough to
show- that such an ordinance is ne
cessary. He has proposed that all
grocery dealers and other merchants
who haudle gasoline attach a red tag
to every can of gasoline sold. In this
way while the clerk is putting the
tag on he will have ample time to
think of what he has put in the can
and it will also warn the purchaser.
Some merchants ha ve-propdsed that
only the hardware stores be allowed
to sell gasoline and the groceries
kerosene, thus making a mistake less
NFX'ROPATH V and the MeCormick System of Ophthalmology, are the
only natural, scientific, successful means which cure them and all chron
ic diseases. We locate the cause TAKK OFF T11K PKF.SSl'RK, RE
MOVE THE STRAIN and NATl'RE ( I'KKS.
No Uncertain, Unnatural, Painful Meas
ures Resorted to in Any Case.
If not well, your nervous svstein is at fault, and no functional dis
order ever gets well without removing the cause, which is nerve strain,
exhaustion or pressure. No matter what are your s.wnptoms we find
the cause. rcmoc it. and nature rights the wrong cures. We guarantee
to cure everv case we promise to after Examination.
( ONSl'LTATION FREE.
DR.S. DAVIS (EL BATES,
NEUROPATHISTS AND OPHTHALMOLOGISTS.
Suite 42, Mitchell & Lynde building. Office hours 9 to 12 m.; 2 to 5 p.m.
After two months battling to
thwart a threatened "epidemic of
smallpox, the lread disease has at last
been effectually stamped out as a re-
suit of the attention of the city au
thorities and the care of the physici
ans having the particular cases in
hand. A total of 26 cases in mild form
developed from one family, the germs
having been distributed as a result of
the attendance of the children at the
!rant school before the nature of the
malady was determined.
Zachariah Klingberg. of 3:0 Fourth
avenue died Sunday morning at 2
o'clock after an illness of several
weeks. He was born in Sweden July
31, LS2G, and came to this city in 1SSS.
having made this place his home ever
since. He leaves to mourn his death
a wife and five children, who arc:
Charles, Otto. Fyink. Axel, all of this
city, ami Mrs. Augusta Johnson' of
Port Byron. The funeral was held
from the home this- afternoon at 2
o'clock, Rev. M. J. Eggan officiating.
The five defendants on the charge
of assault to commit murder in the re
cent molders' fracus, came up before
Magistrate Olson, but the hearing was
continued until next Monday morning
at 0 o'clock. The defendants all ap
peared, but State's Attorney Weld
asked for a continuance, because he
thought that possibly George Clans
sen., the molder, who is still at the hos
pital from., the wound inflicted, may
Vie able to. appear in person. It may
be stated here that Mr. Claussen is
still holding hi' own with the dan
gerous wound and the physicians in
charge say that he bids fair to make
a speedy recovery. His strong consti
tution is expected to' pull , him
Sarah Curtis. Detroit "My face was
in such horrible shape I was. asham
ed to go outdoors. Rocky Mountain
Tea made my face rosy, soft and
fair." 33 cents. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
I cure Piles, Fistula, Chronic
Constipation, Fissures, and all oth
er Rectal and Intestinal Diseases
without pain or the knife.
Every victim of piles knows too
well the discomfort and annoyance
they cause. Tiles are always an indi
cation of disorder which, if neglected
certainly leads to the most serious
rectal and intestinal diseases.
I cure piles, allaying the rectal in
flammation and removing its causes.
Many diseases and disorders of the
delicate female organs are the result
of rectal ailments and cannot be cured
until the cause is removed. Thous
ands of women are suffering daily tor
turep from female disorders because
their physicians have ot discovered
that the cause of their trouble is some
rectal disease. I have given special
attention during my years of study
and practice to the reflex action of
rectal diseases on the female organs
and have cured hundreds of cases of
female disorders which have baffled
other physicians for years. Women
suffering from diseases peculiarv to
their sex which their physicians iiavo
been unable to cure should consult
me. My office offers every privacy
and female attendants are at the ser
vice of my patients.
J cure all disorders of the Rectum
The" entire digestive tract from tfio
stomach to the tectum is one of my
specialties. My methods of treatment
offer a certain cure for all diseases
of this portion of the human system
and their reflexes whenever a cure is
possible to human skill. I do not
take all cases, but I guarantee a
cure whenever I take a case.
I am especially desirous of cases
which other physicians have failed to
cure. Ph5'sicians having, ijbstinato
cases under treatment are invited to
consult me, free of charge.
Call and investigate. Consultation"
' Dr. Home's Bio-Chemic treatment
and the free. X-RAY EXAMINATION.
Mitchell Lynde BIdg. Rock Isl
and. Take elevator to 4th floor.
Rooms 49, 50 and 51. Hours 9 to 5.
Evenings 7 to 8. Sunday 9 to 12.