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TBLfcJ AE&XJS, SATXJBDAY, NOVJEMBER 28, 1903,
J. V. Adams, who operates a saloon
on Iowa street, between Fecund and
Third streets, was before the police
magistrate yesterday to answer to a
charge of assault and battery, . I . II
Fox, of Hock Island, was the inform
ant. A nominal fine was imposed.
Henry .1. Cotlrell, a .switchman, who
resides in Fishertown, fell from the
top of a box ear in the yards in the
west end of the city while at work
yesterdaj-, sustaining a fractured leg
as the result. He was conveyed to
l?efore Justice Horace Willetts. of
Befjendorf, yesterday John. Kelley,
the inan who is charged with a hein
ous crime on the jwrson of little 7-year-old
Lizzie Cook, was bound over
to the grand jury and sent to the
ccAinty jail without bail. His victim
The Chris Mueller Lumber company
has bought three acres of land in
East Moline, on which it will immedi
ately proceed to erect sheds, barns
and offices, with the view of supplying
the needs of that promising suburb
in the line of lumber.
The $60,000 option held upon the
Kimball house and Burtis opera house
by Horace Birdsall has expired and
all negotiations for the purchase of
the hotel and opera 'house from the
Burtis estate by Mr. Birdsall and his
associates have been abandoned, for
the time being at least.
Fritz Lorenzen, a Pleasant Yalley
farmer who for 20 years farmed out
northeast of the city, has decided to
return to Germany to spend his re
maining days, ne lost his wife last
summer and has decided to go to his
old home, where his sisters still re
The ladies- in- the neighborhood of
the -Ned Lee mission have perfected
their Mothers Benefit association,
and have adopted a constitution which
sets forth the objects of the associa
tion and the conditions of member
A telegram has been received by
Fred Heinz announcing the death of
his mother in Chicago. She was in
her 80th year and passed away at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Lizzie
Pfundt. Deceased was born at War
nerdorf, in Bavaria, April 17, 1S23,
came to America in 1843, resided con
tinuously in Davenport from 1855 to
the spring of 1903. She was married
in January, 1849, to Bonaventure
Heinz, who died in July, 1899. The re-
rf- " ' '" n .
i Agpftioini8. AtucstSoiniSj AiuicDttoiniS
interment at Oakdale. The funeral
was private, from the residence of
the son, Fred Heinz, this afternoon at
Mayor Waldo Becker has received
official notification from Capt. A. F.
Snow, of the United States revenue
cutter Brooklyn, notifying him of the
desertion from the United Sta?s navy
of Henry Jrmes C'hajlberg, 219 Fast
Third street, Davenport. The deser
tion took place Nov. 24, and a vigilant
search is being made for the missing
seaman by the government authorities.
At 2 o'clck Thanksgiving after
noon Justice Loilis K. Boddewig unit
ed in marriage at his office Julius J.
Arnould, of the Bettendorf Wheel
company's pattern shop, and Mrs.
Ellen Thompson. The couple left on
the 4 o'clock train for a visit to Chi
cago, and will be at home after Dec.
10 at Twelfth street and .Grand ave-
At the home of the bride's sister, at
821 West Fifteenth street, at 8 o'clock
Thanksgiving evening occurred the
marriage of William W. Kadel, of
Moline, and Miss Mildred T. Alex, of
this city. The nuptial knot was tied
hy Rev. Fayette L. Thompson, of St.
John's M". E. church. Ward A. Dray
ton and Miss Hattie G. Alex were the
attendants. A wedding supper fol
lowed the ceremony. The young cou
pie will make their home at 1335
Thirteenth avenue, Moline.
Chamberlain's Couch Remedy U Pleasant
The finest quality of granulated
loaf sugar is used in the manufacture
of Chamberlain's Cough Beined-, and
the roots used in its preparation give
it a flavor similar to maple syrup,
making it quite pleasant to take. W.
L. Boderiek, of Poolesville, Md., in
speaking of this remedy, says: "I have
used Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy
with my children for several years
and can truthfully say it is the best
preparation of the kind I know of.
The children like to take it and it has
no injurious after effect." For sale
by all druggists.
A Remarkable Case.
One of the most remarkable cases
of a cold, deep-seated on the lungs,
causing pneumonia, - is that of Mrs.
Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind.,
who was entirely cured by the use of
One Minute Cough Cure. She says:
The coughing and straining so weak
ened me that I ran down in weight
from 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a num
ber of remedies to no avail until I
used One Minute Cough Cure. Four
bottles of this wonderful remedy cur
ed me entirely of the cough, strength
ened my lungs and restored me to my
normal weight, health and strength."
Sold by all druggists.
As a result of the shutting down of
the foundry of the Moline Flow com
pany following an ineffectual attempt
to settle the trouble with the molders,
E. H. l'utnara, foreman, was let out
Wednesday. This action on the part of
the company confirms the statement
made recently that patterns had been
sent away and this work would here
after be done somewhere else. George
Claussen, the. man shot in the fracus
Tuesday night, is still alive at the hos
pital and indications are that he will
It develops , that the trust deed or
mortgage issued by the newly organ
ized Mississippi Valley Traction com
pany to secure first mortgage bonds
was issued by the American Trust and
Savings bank of Chicago, trustee, not
the Illinois Trust and Savings bank
as previously reported. The amount
named in the deed is $000,000, and the
transaction is a feature of the takiirg
over of the Moline, East Moline &
Watertown interurban, and the fund
derived from the issue of bonds will
be devoted to the extentions to be
made next year to Port Byron and as
far as Bock river in the direction of
The wedding of Thomas L. Wells
and Miss Madge Stevenson, both of
Wichita, Kans., took place Thursday
morning at the home of the bride's
sister, Mrs. J. W. Bank, Bev. Torrence
of Bock Island, officiatincr. The cere
mony was a surprise to the many
friends of the young people in this and
their home city. They departed in
the evening for St. Louis and Kansas
City and will be at home at S00 Wichi
ta street, Wichita, Kan., after Dec.
At the parsonage of the Swedish
Lutheran church Wednesday after
noon John Hogan, of Blue Gras-.s,
Iowa, and Miss Jennie Larson, of Port
Byron, were married by Bev. C. A.
Wednesday evening at 8:30, at the
Methodist parsonage, occurred the
marriage of Miss Mary Bedfern and
Archie Littig. They were attended by
by and Mrs. Howell. The bride wore
white Persian lawn and carried white
chrysanthemums. They will reside
with the bride's parents for a short
time. They have many friends who
wish them every success. The wed
ding ceremony was conducted by Bev.
M. V. Crumbaker. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Red
fern, of 1547 Twenty-eighth avenue.
The nuptials of William S. Warren
and Miss Alma E. Johnson, of this
city, were solemnized in a quiet man
ner Wednesday evening at the parson
Having been compelled to discontinue
mer on account of the
at 7:30 T. M.
and will be continued every evening until
our large stock of
Watcher Jfet&elry, Clocfo, ?iti)erZa)ctre9
(C?ihab)are9 ILamps, Toyj and Holiday
Good? V entirely closed out.
Souvenirs Giveiv Away.
age of St. Mary's church, Rev. Kelly,
of that church, conducting the cere
At a song service to be held at the
Swedish Lutheran church tomorrow
evening the following program will
be carried out: Prelude, G. X. Ben
son; hymn; scripture reading; pray
er; soprano solo. Miss Christine An
derson; duet. Misses Gertrude Sward
and Claudia Hemborg; flute solo, Er
nest Smith; bass solo, Emil Peterson;
sermon, S. (J. Hagglund; tenor solo,
C. II. Nelson; offertory; anthem;
quartet; anthem; hymn; benediction.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Milan, Nov. 28. Mrs. Baker, who
lias been visiting a few days with
Mrs. Alexander Medill, returned to
her home in Denver Saturday.
Louis Goben and Henry, Wright are
now running cars on this end of the
J. II. Vanilerslice had the misfor
tune to lose a good horse last week
on account of distemper.
No services were held in the Pres
byterian church last Sunday on ac
count of the freezing of the water
D. . Matthews, who is suffering
with a severe attack of the grip is
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thatcher, of
Bock Island, attended the meeting of
the (i. T. club at the home of Dr. Wig
gins Saturday evening.
Mrs. W. L. Heath and daughter,
Mabel, of Davenport, spent Sunday
Miss Mary McLaughlin was a Bock
Island visitor Tuesday.
J. C. Miller and family will occupy
Mrs. Girton's home on Grant street.
Rev. Laman, of Coal Valley, will
preach in the Presbyterian church
both morning and evening Sunday,
Mrs. Mary Moorehead has been suf
fering with an attack of grip.
Mrs. Hayes, who has been quite
sick was taken to the county infirm
Harry Willhife and family, of Rock
Island, were in town Monday.
Mrs. Amos Pitman, of Preemption.
visited with Mrs. M.
Capt. T. M. Moody
l.inta. Ga.. and Paul
L. Pinkley last
and wife of At
Kewanee. visited with
lin family last week.
Mr. Roach, of Rock Island, was
transacting business here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Baugh, of Cam
bridge, spent a few days with .7. D.
Lafferty and family last week.
Mrs. Ed Clow, of Oco, visited with
J. L. Clow and family Sunday.
Union Thanksgiving services were
held in the Presbyterian church
Thanksgiving morning, Bev. N. D.
Cases, Safe aad
Haines, pastor of the M. E. church,
preached the sermon.
John Q'Uaver, of South ' Heights,
was on our streets Tuesday.
Samuel Gotobed and wife departed
for their home in Red Oak, la., Fri
day. F. P. Goldsmith ana family ate
Thanksgiving dinner with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs, William Goldsmith.
A team belonging to William Mosh
er indulged in a runaway Friday
morning. Xo serious damage was
ONLY GUARANTEED CURE
For Catarrh lfyomal Costs You Nothlnr If
It Falls Says T. II. Thomas.
Among the many medicines upon
the market that claim to cure catarrh
none but .Hyomei has enough faith in
its own merit to be willing to refund
the money if it does not cure.
This remarkable remedy for catarrh
kills the microbes' and the germs of
the disease, and from its introduction
has been sold under a positive guar
antee to return the money to all dis
T. H. Thomas has sold a great many
Hyomei outfits in the last few years,
and he stands ready to refund the
price to anyone who has not been
helped by Hyomei.
The complete Hyomei outfit costs
$1, and comprises an inhaler, a bottle
of Hyomei and ,a dropper. The in
haler will last a life-time, and addi
tional bottles of Hyomei can be ob
tained for 50 cents.
Breathe Hyomei for a few- minutes
four times a day, and your catarrh
will grow better from the first day's
use, and will be completely cured in
a short time.
Do not try to cure catarrh with or
dinary stomach medicines. Breathe
the healing Hyomei, which goes to
every part of the air passages and
respiratory organs, killing the catarrh
germs and preventing their growth.
It is the (,-nly treatment for catarrh
where you can get jour money back
from a local dealer in case it does not
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
96.65 to Chicago and Return.
On Nov. 29 and 30 and Dec. 1 the C,
B. T. & P. railway will sell round trip
tickets to Chicago at rate of $6.63;
good for return ip to Dec. 7. Tickets
not good on 1:10 p. m. train.
A Runaway Bicycle.
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111.
It developed a stubborn ulcer, un
yielding to doctors and remedies for
four years. Then Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured. It's just as good -for
burns, scalds, skin eruptions and piles.
25 cents, at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
our sale last sum
we will now start
By placing a large order
with, a manufacturer of
warm slippers, he figured
them down to bed rock.
We'have done the same,
hence the following:
Misses and Children's warm Jined
velvet Slippers, sizes QC
6 to 2 OOC
Men's and Women's warm lined vel
vet Slippers, sizes OA
3 to 11 OsC
Ladies plush trimmed warm slip
pers, sizes Efl
3 to 8 OUC
A SCHOOL SLATE FREE WITH
EACH PAIR OF MISSES' AND
1705 Second Avenue.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
ttlMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
forty-EisIit Thousand Dollars Paid
for a Fancy Lot of Tobacco.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made In the West by a
cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. Lewis, Peoria
til., 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 Lewis factory the largest
holder in the United States of tobacco
of so high a grading. Uerald-Tran
tvript. Dec SI, jso.
f Don't Be FooledA
Genuine ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Is put up in white packages, manufactured
exclusively by the flfadison Medicine
Co.. Madison. Wis. Sells at 35 cents a
package. All others- are rank imitations
and substitutes, don't risk your health by
taking them. TMEQENU1NS makes sick
people Well, Keeps you Weil. All Honest
Dealers sell the Genuine.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO, Madison, Wis.
Bring us your old disc records that
you have grown tired of (either Co
lumbia or Victor), and we will ex
change them for the new Improved
Columbia Disc Becords. We will al
low you 30 cents for your 10-inch
record and other sizes in proportion.
The new Improved Columbia Becords
are of elegant workmanship and are
a decided advancement in the art of
record making. They have a full,
sweet tone, and owing to the manner
in which they are made they have a
less scratching tone; the needle seems
to run smoother on the record. We
also wish to introduce to your notice
the new Grand Opera Sound Box,
which- is designed to obviate th
scratch of the needle and at the same
time retain the full volume of tone.
We will exchange the new Grand
Opera Sound Box for any of the old
style Columbia sound boxes now on
the market. Call at our warerooms
and get our plan of exchange. We
carry the largest line of records in
Graphaphcne headquarters at
1609-1609is Second Avenue.
All kinds of Taffy,
317 TWENTIETH STREET.
'Phone west 1204. Fourth and
Brady, 'phone north 1813.
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