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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1905.
Davenprif Wtd'ln Weft- .Many
friends of Mi Pauline M. Fredhold.
lister of Mr. Charles Keeler. of this
city, will be Interested in the announce
ment from Lb Anpeles of the marriage
if Miss Fredhold to Noel Justine Dav
enport. The wedding occurred on
Thanksgiving day. and announcements
are beinff' )"eceled from Mr. and Mrs.
Henrj John Fredhold. parents of the
bride. Mr. and Mrs. Davenport will b?
at home at Colton. Calif., after Jan. 1.
Bound Over. Ernest Williams, the
young colored nian who assaulted Pe
ter F. Kaufman, steward at the St.
James hotel on the evening of Monday,
Nov. 27. was given his preliminary
hearing before Magistrate Finger in
the police court yesterday. He was
bound over to the grand jury under
J 1.000 bond. Attorney Mott. who ap
peared for Williams, entered a plea of
not guilty. He admitted that som
crime had been commitfed, bit con
tended that the evidence would not
warrant the man being held on the
charge of assault with Intent to kill.
He maintained that there had been u
light, in which Williams had been
given sufficient provocation for his at-
Will Lower Time. The 1. & I. inter
urban railway Is planning a new time
card to take effect this spring by which
a much faster schedule will be main
tained, and It in to enable this time to
! made without any difficulty tha:
No dangerous drugs or alcoholic con
coctions" are . taken Into the stomach
when Hyomel is used. Breathed
tii rough the inhaler, the balsamic heal
ing of Hyotnei penetrates to the most
remote cells of the nose and throat,
and thus kills the catarrhal germs,
Iioals the irritated mucous membrane,
mid gives complete and permanent
Hyomel is the simplest, most picas
and and the only guaranteed cure
fr catarrh that has been discovered.
Complete outfit. $!.(: extra bottle. 50
For sale by If. O. Rolfs.
We are going to dissolve and to that end must turn our goods into money. Our fine, big stock goes at SLAUGHTER SALE PRICES. All our
fine fall and winter purchases, including fancy Christmas offerings, along with the best and most reliable clothing of every grade. to be
knocked down to the public at sacrifice prices. No reservations will be made the entire stock will be marked down In plain figures, so that
all can see the sweeping reductions. It is not a close out, the store will be continued by Mr. La Velle as :
But the best
1804' SECOND AVENUE
the bri-igos of the company along the
line are iifing rfpiucen uy simc-
Hires or repaired into goxl condition.
Given Divorce. Anna E. Iverson was
given a decree of divorce by Judge
Bollinger yesterday. This decree grant
ed her a separation from Peter Iver
son on the grounds of desertion.
Veterans Elect. The election of offi
cers of Ca.np Henry. I'nlted Spanish
War Veterans, was held Wednesday
evening at the court house. The new
officers who are to erve during the
coming year are as follows: C'ommand-
r. Fred Koberson; senior vice com
mander. I-M Kurtz; officer of the day.
J. Meyers: officer of the guard, Fred
Willie; chaplain. Victor Plata; ser
geant. I R. Ackley. After the election
of officers the members adjourned to
Vedder's restaurant and enjoyed a bean
super and told camp fire stories.
Liquor Dealers Adjourn. The execu
tive board of the Iowa Liquor Dealers'
association finished a two days' session
yesterday. Eight out of the nine mem
bers of tb;. board were present, as
follows: President, C. A. Stephens, of
Cedar Rapids; secretary, J. J. Klein.
Council Bluffs; I.. C. Stephens. Sioux
City; I). C. Barnes. Ida Grove: W. H.
Melhaupt. Marshalltown ; I A. Rhom
berg. Dubuque; Fred Dierks. Burling
ton, and M. Ingwersen. Clinton.
Obituary Record. The remains of
the 'ate Inial A. Craton. who died a'
Rock Falls. 111., arrived in Davenport
yesterday and were taken to the local
crematorium, where incineration took
place. Mr. Craton. who has visited
from time to time in Davenport, was
the nephew of Miss Meacham. matron
of the C(ok home, between whom there
has existed an ideal attachment since
the death of Mr. Crafon's father when
he was a lad of but 7 years.
Catherine H. Harms, wife of the. late
Henry Harms, died yesterday after a
short illness, at the age of 82 years.
Death occurred at the home of her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Schneckloth, who reside 12
miles northeast of Davenport. Mrs.
Harms was born in Germany and came
to America in 1S7. She is survived
by two children in Germany and Mrs.
Anna Miller. Mrs. Louise Menge and
htr daughter at whose home her death
Mrs. August Neimeyer. eldest daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Imgen
heim. of 1018 Bridge avenue, died at
her home in Chicago. Saturday, Dec. 2.
of blHd poisoning.
lie who has no vision of eternity will
never get a true hold of time. Carlyle.
35,000 HARVEST of
mers & La Velle's Great Stock of
of the goods must go
Give Ua Slaughter, 'HouterUirv
After several get-together meetings
the butchers of Moline have abandoned
their plan to subscribe to a fund for
the erection of a slaughter house to
replace the one on Nineteenth street
near the Colon a road which was -recently
destroyed. A satisfactory site
is not available, and for the present
nothing wilj be done, though an effort
will again be put forth in the spring to
secure a location.
Temporary Building Nearly Ready.
A temporary frame structure to be
used as a machine shop is nearing com
pletion at the plant of the Republic
Iron and Steel company on Sylvan is
land. The new building is not large or
well finished: it amounts practically
to little more than a roof over the
lathes which are in immediate demand.
The lathes were put out of commission,
but were not much damaged in the fire
which destroyed the brick machine
shop two weeks ago. Though the loss
has not yet been adjusted, it is now de
termined that the first estimate $20.
HH is very close to the actual loss.
This loss is on the building and on
machinery destroyed. The insurance
companies are about ready for a set
tlement. Nolle-Stephens. Miss Lulu Steph
ens and Edward F. Nolle, both of Ulah,
III., were united in marriage Tuesday
evening by Rev. M. V. Crumbaker of
the first Methodist church at the home
of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Clow of Eighteenth avenue and Six
Passes Bar Exam. Word is receive;?
from Mount Vernon. 111., that Josephus
L. Oakleaf. son of Attorney J. B. Oak
ieaf. had satisfactorily passed an ex
amination held at that place for admit
tance to the bar.
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Soderstrom, 1135 Fourteenth
street, took place the wedding of their
daughter. Miss Alma Soderstrom to
Oscar Johnson, The ceremony was sol
emnized at 8 o'clock, the Rev. Detlef
Lofstrom of the Swedish Baptist
church, officiating. The groom is em
ployed by John Swanson. the grocer.
Exhibits for Implement Men. Exhi
bits to be made in connection with the
coming convention of the Illinois Im
plement Dealers association will be in
ILAV.ELILE, 15he CLOTHIER.
into money at once.
SALE OPENS TOMORROW MORNING AT
the lobby and sample rooms of the
Manufacturers' hotel. The convention
opens next week Wednesday and deal
ers and traveling men. writing for
rooms at the Manufacturers announce
the fact that the vanguard of the con
vention will arrive as early as Sunday
and Monday. Beside the exhibits of
local factories there will be 20 or more
exhibits from companies foreign to Mo
line. Letters asking for floor space
have been received from this number
and indications are more will follow.
Shot in Hand. The son of Sigfried
Blomberg accidentally shot himself
In the left thumb while cleaning his
rifle. The ball lodged in the bone and
was extracted by Dr. E. A. Edlen.
BETTER FIRE PROTECTION
FOR ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL
Much of Appropriation of 559.367 Will
Be Used for This Pur
pose. Col. S. E. Blunt, commandant, states
that the $59,307 appropriation men
tioned in the annual report of Secre
tary Shaw as being set aside for Rock
Island arsenal next year, will be used
largely for repairs on roads and ma
chinery and improving the water sup
ply, especially for better fire protec
tion. It is the intention to install a
larger pump and make other changes
in the system that will aid in prevent
ing in future, fires similar to those that
have wrought considerable damage in
the past. There is $12,500. the usual
sum. set aside for the Rock Island
No Secret About It.
It is no secret, that for cuts, burns,
ulcers, fever sores, sore eyes, boils etc.,
nothing is so effective as Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. 'It didn't take long to
cure a bad sore I had, and it Is all O. K.
for sore eyes," writes D. L. Gregory,
of Hopet Texas. 25 cents at Hartz &
UlJemeyer's drug store.
Rheumatism Cured, in 24 Hours.
T. J, Blackmore, of Haller & Black
more, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short
time since I procured a bottle of Mys
tic Cure. It got me out of the house
In 24 hours. I took to my bed with
rheumatism nine months ago and the
Mystic Cure is the only medicine that
did me any good. I had five of the best
physicians in the city, but I received
very little help from them. I know the
Mystic Cure to be what it is represent
ed and take pleasure in recommending
it to other poor sufferers." Sold by
Otto Grotjan, 1501. Second avenue,
Rock Island: Gust Schlegel & Son,
220 West Second street. Davenport.
To Go At
paiii iiijhe jams
ONE OF THE TORTURES OF RHEIP
Pain and Swelling Cease .When Dr.
Williams Pink Pills Make
The first sign of rheumatism is fre
quently a pain and swelling In one of
the joints. If not combated la the
blood, w hich is the seat of the disease,
the poison spreads, affecting other
joints and tissues. Sometimes rheu
matism attacks the heart and is quick
ly fatal. .
The one remedy that has cured
rheumatism so that it stays cured is
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These pills
expel the poison from the blood and
restore the system, so that the poison
ous matter is passed off as nature in
tended. Mrs. I. T. Pitcher, of No. 130 Mon
mouth street, Newark. N. J., suffered
for about three years from rheuma
tism before she found this cure. She
says: "It began with a queer feeling
in my fingers. In a lltfle time it
seemed as though the finger joints had
lumps on them, and I could not get my
"Then it grew worse and spread to
my knees. I could not stand up and I
could not sleep nights. My suffering
was more than I can describe. I took a
great deal of medicine', but nothing
even gave me relief until I tried Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills.
"I read an account of a cure in a
case that was exactly like mine and
my husband got me some of the pills.
I took them for three weeks before I
really felt better, but they finally cured
Mr. Pitcher, who is a veteran and a
member of E. D. Morgan Post. No. 3u
of New York, substantiates his wife's
statement, and says that she now
walks without difficulty, whereas a year
ago he was compelled to push her
about in a wheeled chair. Both Mr.
and Mrs. Pitcher are enthusiastic in
their praise of Dr. Williams' Pink
These wonderful pills cured Mrs.
Pitcher by driving the rheumatic poi
son out of her blood. In the same way,
they drive out the germs of other dis
eases and build up the blood 'to carry
health and strength to every part of
the body. Dr. Williams Pink Pills
have cured the worst cases of blood
lessness, indigestion, influenza, head
aches, lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia,
nervousnes, spinal weakness, and the
special ailments of girls and women
whose blood supply becomes weak.
Clothing: and Furnishing;
5 - .
Come Mere $
We want our words to" lead yott into our establishment. .i.
We want our - transactions to Justify you In coming. We Ji.
believe you will apprecla'e the way we attend to your ?
wants and will be glad to let us supply the ready money 4-
you need. We advance money quickly on furniture, pianos, t
horses, wagons and other personal property, in amounts j
from $10 upwards, and in a confidential way. The property J
remains In your own possession. All rates and terms ex- JL
plained in dollars and cen',3, and every transaction open X
and above board and subject to your approval. Let us
make you a definite proposition. -f.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mttchel &. Lynde Block, Room 38, .
Office hours 8 a. rh. to 6 p.
phone West 514. New telephone
High Grade LaSalle Third Vein Chunks
j We have fiye coal; yards and buy in large ;
J quantities. You save more than $2.00 per
load by using our LaSalle Third Vein
Coal because it produces more beat than
other soft coal, no clinkers, no slate and
less ashes. Besides it weighs 10 per cent
lighter than wet or damp bank coal. Try it.
Sold only by '
MUELLER'1 LUMBER CO
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TWENTY-FOURTH ST. and THIRD AVENUE. ROCK ISLAND
T x d"" f ATO In-Diamonds. Watches, Clothing, and
JD Jt KX jr J-. EL3 all unredeemed goods, at UNCLE SIE
GE L'S, 320 Twentieth street; 'phone 701-X. Money to loan on everything
scanty or irregular. For further infor
mation, address the Dr. Williams' Medi
cine Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
H-H- M M-it-J-f
m. and Saturday evenings,
Women love a clear, healthy com
plexion.. Pure blood makes it. Bur
dock Blood Bitters makes pure blood.