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THE AUGUS, WEDXESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1903.
weakened digestion. Tempts you, too, like good coffee.
It is a little thing to try Mocon a big thing to be well.
"We have rlvpn Mvv a trial enl are irmrh pleased with It. We think It Is much hotter
thaa any other Cereal 'o!l'i-e ami fully hi lelicious in flavor n! nroinaaa the btst cofl'ce.''
Th nam of Ikt alovt writtr'will b furnished upvn request. tf9
ii Aci.il 3 ut3L vil liirv. ni JUUI 1 vww
i-2a Write for a trial package FREE.
Centra! City Cereal Coffee Co., Peoria, III.
C Eo Sim i tli,
Opp. Harper House. Cor. 19th St. and 2nd Ave.
Ill the Latest Christmas
Specialties in Thotos at 'Re
duced Trices Until Jan 1.
See oir Fine Line of Mountings for Both
PLATINUM and PLATINO
Work. Give vis ample Time to Get Your
Orders Ready for Christmas.
Diamonds Going Down Instead of Up.
$5,000 stock of diamonds, watches, jewelry, clothing, bicycles and other
merchandise being sold at groat bargains iit c:0r4orc nfFJoo X
320 Twentieth St.. Hock Island; 'phone
It's Quality That Counts
In coal It's quality that make
heat, it's quality that retains it,
It ia quality that makes possible
consumption of 80 per cent of th
combustible part of it, leaving1 &
light, lean 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 as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZEP
. Telephone 113X.
.mHW vni.K r-o
Also manufacturers of Sash, Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of All
Single and Double Strength "Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311 AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
SAWED BUILDING STONE, ASHLAR
AND TRIMMINGS A SPE
CIALTY. For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive care
ful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C B. & Q. railroad.
Trains No. 5 and 10 will stop and
let visitors off and on.
BRIDGE STONE, CORN CRIB BLOCKS
AND FOUNDATION STONE,
ANY SIZE DESIRED.
Samples of stone and photos of
buildings can be seen at Room No.
12, Mitchell & Lynde building. Ad
dress AIM H UK J5UKUALU Manager.
Roek Island or Colona, HI.
The Crimes of Coffee
are written in the yellow skins,
trembling hands and "bad
people who drink it.
The Food Drinli
builds up where coffee knocks
down. It re-vitalizes ex
hausted nerves strengthens
If von are in iiv"'l of dental work
call 'ii ns 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 see our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it to
tit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below:
Cement fillings 25C
Bone filling 2BC
Platinnm filling gQQ
Silver fillings QQc
Gold fillings, f 1 and up $1.00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5,00
$15 set of teeth for 10,00
Permanent location .
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
wear the correct Evening
Clothes bearing this famous
BENJAMIN Dress Suits and Tux
edos are custom-made ready-to-wear.
shrunk by special process in
the Benjamin plant Fit pei
fect, because measured on a
mode of your figure. Styles
exact copies of fine custom
models. Tailoring superior,
because in BENJAMIN sanitary
workrooms by salaried experts
not in contractors unsani
tary sweat-shops by slovenly,
Cost no more than ordinary
ready-made. Your money back
if anything oes wrong. You'll
find BENJAMIN Evening Clothes
at our store only.
"You Know Us."
The two power plants which are to
operate the I. & I. road between Dav
enport and Clinton are to be built,
one at Valley City and one at Shaff
Station. From these two places the
power which will operate all of the
cars between Davenport and the sister
city will be conducted and the work
on the construction of the plants is to
be begun as soon as possible. . Over
$100,000 will be spent on the construc
tion of those two power plants and
the latest machinery will be installed.
One of the most modern improvements
that will be use is the turbine wheel,
a new invention which is said to have
revolutionized the furnishing of mo
tive power. These will be installed in
each plant and they are demonstrated
to furnish the power with much less
cost than any" other invention. The
announcement is also made that four
big barns will be built, one at Haven
port, one at each of the power stations
and one at Clinton.
At a directors' meeting of the Ger
man Savings bank Dr. Henry Braun
lich was elected a member of the
board of directors to succeed the late
Henry Lischer. Mr. Rraunlich is one
of the leading physicians and business
men of the city, who always takes a
deep interest and pride in the city's
welfare, and his selection is considered
a most admirable one by all who have
dealings with this well known finanei
al institution. Dr. Braunlich is also
a member of the school board.
Three young men who are accused
of holding up a man and robbing him
of $192 were yesterday afternoon
taken before .Justice Hall and bound
over to the grand jury in the sum of
$1,000 each. The three men who were
arrested gave their names as- John
Paulsen, "Fish" Schultz and Frank
Roesehe, and they are about 23 years
of age. The man who was robbed
crave his name as John Dicknian and
stated that he had been working at
Dennison, Iowa, all summer, and came
here to stay with his brother during
C. (i. Hipwell has brought suit
against the city of Davenport for $3,-
000 which he claims is due him for the
roofing furnished for the library build
ing. Mr. Hipwell states that he made
the contract to furnish the roofing
with the Northern Building company
but states that the city has violated
a contract which makes it liable for
the amount which he would otherwise
have had to look to the defunct com
Recently Rev. Giglinger, the com
phiinant in all the injunction pro
ceedings brought against the Daven
port saloonkeepers, announced that
his share of ihe cost, amounting to
$2." in each case, would be returned
to the saloonkeepers against whom the
injunction proceedings had been
brought. The costs in each ease was
$50 and Rev. Giglinger understood
that the law entitled the attorneys
to $25 and himself to the remaining
$25. He therefore announced that
he would not accept his share, but
would return it to the saloonkeepers
Now he has been informed by Hub-
bell & Hubbell. his attorneys, that
there is nothing coming to him. They
claim they are entitled to $25 for each
separate action, namely the one
brought against the saloonkeeper and
the one brought against the owner of
the property. This would consume the
entire $50 in each case for attorney's
After deliberating for exactly two
hours and one minute the jury in the
Conroy conspiracy ease, arrived at the
preceding verdict, and at 7:40 o'clock
last night it was read in the Scott
county district court room in the
presence of Judge Bollinger, Defend
ant Michael J. ( onroy. the attorneys
on both sides, and a gallery of 50 oth
er persons. Conroy listened attentive
Iy to the recital of the few words that
meant state's prison for him. but nev
er did that coolness and indifference
which has characterized his conduct
through the seven days of his trial
leave him. He appeared no less dis
turbed than did the other persons in
the room, and when the jury was dis
missed walked back to his cell in com
pany with Sheriff McArthnr, appar
ently as cheerful ns ever before.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper C. J. Koontz, Beards-
tow n; Robert Black. Chicago; E. G.
Johnson, Beardstown; C. F. Cooper,
Chicago; V. G. Church. Aledo; D. S.
Preston, New Boston. 111.; H. i. San
derson, Chicago; R. I. Carels, C. I.
Kellogg, New York; R. L. Rhea, Peo
ria; F. W. Mosler, Clinton, Iowa; O. P.
Hay, New York; W. E. Hunt, Ottum
wa, Iowa; John Ingalls, Chicago; W.
H. Reck, Rock Islaul; L. Ullemeyer,
Rock Island; A. McKenzie, Lenox,
Iowa;'F. B. Mitchell, St. Louis; J. O.
Thorn, Beardstown; C. A. Barnard.
Beardstown; J. T. Walker. Kansas
City; S. C. Gifford, Rock Island; E. C.
Landis, Lexington. Va.; W. G. Saw
yer, Elgin. 111.; B. T. Sawn, Chicago;
O. W. liumboldtChieago; W. B. Stout.
At the Harms (European) B. Bo
gus. Des Moines, Iowa; E. W. Willis.
Rock Island; II. A. Bowers, Kansas
City; T. A. Milligan. San Francisco;
F. J. Stephenson, Los Angeles; E. R.
Hurd, Chicago; F. R. Heston. Burling
ton; Miss L. Wilson, Bloomington;
Robert Stone, Peoria; Fred Arthur
and . wife. Springfield, 111.; R. A.
Smythe, Battle Creek.
At the Rock Island W. L. Black,
Hampton; O. E. Foulke, Monmouth;
E. O. Whistler. Chicago: J. H. Bovt.
Galva; L. Tipton Young, Chicago; R.
B. Kilgore, St. Louis; F. A. Wood,
Edgington; A. L. Ward, Peoria; P. H.
O'Brien, Davenport; Thomas J.
O'Brien, Davenport; N. E. Ives, Gales
burg; A. F. Brady, St. Louis; Mrs. C.
F. Crosby, St. Louis; A. H. Dormant
Rock Island; F. W. Sperling, Guthrie;
B. L. Kasenberg, Cable; W. R. Carey,
Carbon Cliff. .Jii
Chief of Police Edward Kittilsen
has received a report from Dr. J. A.
Egan, secretary cf the state board of
health, stating that the two samples
of water sent to him from the city
Sept. 21 and 28 respectively are pol
luted as the bacterial test show and
must be looked upon as dirty and
suspicious. In the communication it
is stated that the condition of water
water makes it imperative that some
thing should be done and Moline may
be glad that soon the new filter will
be in operation. The sample first sent
shows that it holds 2.32 parts solid
while in fair river water which is
considered healthy, the water should
only contain only 1.36 parts solid.
Mrs. Mary Hooper, mother of Mrs.
H. T. Moss" of 1 lis city, died at 12: 30
yesterday morning at the home of the
latter, 102S Third avenue, after an
illness of five days with paralysis. She
was 75 years old and was lxirn in Mao
county, Ireland, coming to America
in 1S50. In June of the same year
she was married to Martin Reagan,
the following year, settling in Daven
the folowing yeaaj, settling in Daven
port, where she has since lived with
the exception of the last 10 years,
which she has spent with her daughter
in this city. She leaves to mourn her
death Mrs. II. T. Moss, of this city;
Mrs. Mary Fayr, Mrs. James Larkiu,
and one son. Thomas Reagan, all of
Davenport. Her first husband died
after 10 years of married life, and four
years later she married Michael Hoop
er, of Davenport, who has also passed
away before her. The funeral will be
held from the residence, at Davenport,
of Mrs. Alary Fayr, 1025 Scott street,
tomorrow morning at 0 o'clock, and
then from St. Anthony's church.
East Aloline expects to expand Jan.
9. An election has been called for
that date to vote on the proposition
to annex a large tract to the village
corporation. The bulk of the land
comprises that which was originally
secured by the Fast Moline company,
when the plan for the factory suburb
The Moline Channel Ice company
has commenced harvesting the ice
supply with a gang of 00 men at work.
Nine houses with a capacity of 2.000
tons apiece will be filled at the rate of
200 tons a day when the full force of
men is employed, which is usuall 100
men. The Sylvan Ice company has al
most completed filling one house on
Sylvan Island, which has a capacity of
8.000 tons. Nearly 200 men are em
ployed by this plant and several hun
dred tons a day are packed away.
Fifteen wagons are hauling ice around
the city to business houses with pri
vate ice houses, while 20 cars of ice
are shipped every day. The ice is of a
clear crystal and is from 10 to 12 inch
Directors of the Y. M. C. A. hSve
decided to add a boys department to
the varied activities of the institution.
Secretary B. G. Hanks was authorized
to act with two directors to be named
to launch the new project. It is the
intention to commence with Jan. 1
and admit boys of between 14 and 10
years for $3 a year and on certain
days give them the full privilege of the
gymnasium and baths. Classes will be
formed in the gymnasium work and
in every way active efforts will be
made to interest the boys.
Delay on the part of the company
furnishing the book stacks for the
new Carnegie library has made it im
possible for the board to hold the for
mal opening of the institution to the
public until the later part of January
and probably later.
Pos master George H. AIcKinley has
received instructions from the depart
ment si t Washington authorizing the
establishing of postal sub-station No.
4. It will be placed with C. W. Pool,
proprietor of the Bluff drug store, cor
ner Fifteent.. street and Sixteenth
August Larson, a grocer of this
city, has filed a petition in the United
States court at Peoria asking to be
declared a bankrupt. He schedules
liabilities at $2,600.(50, with assets of
FROM LAST TO FIRST
People used to take plain
cod liver oil for coughs, colds,
throat and lung troubles after
other remedies had failed.
Scott's Emulsion is the
modern idea of cod liver oil
the first instead of the last
resort when such ailments
The taste of the oil is not
apparent and trie oil itself is
partly digested makes it
easy for the stomach. Scott's
Emulsion is a quick, reliable
help at all ages.
We"H send you a sample free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New VorU
If price slashing will move this stock
of shoes it certainty will not take
long to close it out. '
" A Few of Gf)e Maiy Bargains:
Men's oQc Slippers,
Women's, Atisses anil Children's Yel- C
Women's Button Shoes, in
welt soles, $: values
W. L. Douglas $:i.50 Shoes,
Hanan & Son's $5 Shoes
$2.721. 40. of which amount $400 is ex
empt. Notes From Nearby.
Kewanee has decided to abandon the
idea of building and operating a mu
nicipal electric light plant.
The bank at Tower Hill, II!.. was
robbed of $5,000 by cracksmen who
made their escape in a buggy. The
local anti-horse thief association took
up the pursuit. Attorney General
Hamlin is one of the principal stock
holders in the bank.
Fire yesterday did damage amount
ing to $S,()00 at the store of Crandell
Tracy, dry goods and grocery mer
chants, at Galesburg.
It is reported that Overtures have
been made looking to the absorption
of the Dixon, Sterling & Eastern in
teruiban soon to be ; pern ted by the
Dixon, Rock Falls & . Southwestern,
which is promoting a tine to Geneseo
and thence, to Rock Island. President
Iliggins says he is ready to sell at
any time his , price is met. His line
looks to passenger and milk business
between Sterling and Dixon for reve
nue. The Dixon, Rock Falls & South
western has just bought the l'ayson
property in Rock Falls for power
house and car barns. Brick buildings
will be constructed.
T IPS TO TRAVELERS
Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1 the C, R. I.
& P. railway will sell round trip tick
ets to any point on their line within
200 miles, with return limit of Jan. 4,
at rate of fare and one-third.
C. B. A Q. Kr. Christinas and Nrw Years
Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1 tickets will
be on sale at any statiou on the Bur
lington system within a radius of 200
miles from Rock Island at rate of one
fare and one-third for the round trip.
Final limit, Jan. 4. .
Dec. 22. C. T. Carlson to Emil
Johnson, unr!iv4, sw4. nw'i, 15, 17.
W. J. Swisher to It. C. l.etsch. lot 7.
block E. Mary E. Golden's Second
add., Barstow, $f00.
I. J. Bronson to (). F. Anderson, un
i'iv', e 20 feet, lot .'5, block 15, Old
Town of Moline. $400.
Charles M. Osborn to city of Rock
Island, lot 7, block 44, Chicago or Low
er add., Rock Island. $460.
J. H. Spratt to Joseph Ullman, lot
5, block 13, and lot 6, block 13, Hamp
" V V V X" V V " V F lF F V 'V V "1"
Roys ."?1.50 Shoes,
Youths' $!.25 Shoes,
Little ('cuts' :?1.25
Ladies first quality
1705 Second Avenue.
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. Piles 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
tures from female disorders because
their physicians have not discovered
that the cause of their trouble is some
rectal disease. I have given special
attention during my years of study
I Daris Block. Old 'Phone 1148. New
i r iti a iE A if 1 it iii 1
Shoes, all styles,
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
sulTering from diseases peculiar to
their sex which their physicians have
been unable to cure should consult
mo. My office offers every privacy
ami female attendants are at the ser
vice of my patients.
I cure all disorders of the Rectum
The entire digestive tract from the
stomach to the rectum is one of my
specialties. M3r methods of treatment
offer a certain cure for oil 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. Physicians having obstinate
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 o.
Evenings 7 to 8. Sunday 9 to 12.
we are kept so busy is that
our plumbing work gives per
fect satisfaction, and the ma
terials we use are in keeping
with the work. First come,
first served, is the rule here,
so get your orders and inquir
ies for estimates in early.
112 West Seventeenth 8t