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JOIN IN MEMORIAL
Rock Island aud Molina Elks to
Honor Dead of Order in Ser
vice in Molina
' THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1906
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AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Robert Rexdale, of This City and Tho
mas Benton Camp of Monmouth
Lodge to Give Eulogies.
Tomorrow afternoon at the First
Congregational church in Moliue, Rock
Island lodge No. &su, and Moline lodge
Xo. 530, of Elks, will join in the an
nual memorial day services of the or
der. The day is set aside by the grand
lodge as the memorial day of the Elks.
Rock Island lodge has been fortunate
and since the lodge was instituted
there have been no deaths in the mem
bership. The members of Rock Island
lodge and their ladies and friends will
meet at the club rooms of the lodge in
the Illinois theater building at 2
o'clock, and take cars for Moline, join
ing the members of the Moline lodge
at the Moliue club rooms at 2: SO
o'clock. An excellent program has
been arranged for the service. Robert
Rexdale of this city delivering the
eulogy as a member of Rock Island
lodge. Thomas Benton Camp of Mon
mouth lodge, Xo. SOT, will also deliver
The Iciuorliil I'roKrnm.
The program of the service is as
Processional March Ketelby
Opening of Idge
odge Hymn Ix)dge, Audience
Prayer Rev. Paul W. Brown.
Quartet, "Iead Kindly Ught"
Mr. Thompson. Miss Siebtn, Mrs.
Lund. Mr. Bostrom.
Eulogy Thomas Denton Camp of Mon
mouth lodge. Xo. :'i7.
Baritone solo, "I Heard the Voice of
D. Lu Cubberly of Moline lodge.
Eulogy Robert Rexdale of Rock Is
land lodge. Xo. 9Sn.
Quartet. -Ist Chord" ...Sullivan
Mr. Thompson, Miss Sieben, Mrs.
I-und, Mr. Bostrom.
Selection, Melody in F Rubenstein
Closing of Lodge
Doxology Lodge. Audience and Organ.
Benediction Rev. Paul . Brown.
In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
There is no other medicine manufac
tured that has received sn much praise
and so many expressions of gratitude
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
is effective, and prompt relief follows
its use. Grateful parents everywhere
do not hesitate to testify to its merits
for the benefit of others. It is a cer
tain cure for crotip and will prevent the
attack if given at the first appearance
of the disease. It is especially adapted
to children as it is pleasant to take and
contains nothing injurious. E. A. Hum
phreys, a well known resident and clerk
in the store of E. Lock, of Alice, Cape
Colony, South Africa, says: "I have
usej Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
wanl off croup and colds in my family.
I found it to be very satisfactory, and
it gives me pleasure to recommend it."
For sale by all leading druggists.
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cured in one to
three days. Its action on the system
is remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease Immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits; 75 cents and $1.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1301 Second ave
nue, Rock Island; Gustave Schlegel &
oon, 220 "West Second street, Davenport.
Of at least three desirable feat
ures when you order your Win
ter Apparel here.
First That the fabric will be
exclusive in pattern, and service
able. Second That fit and style can
not be bettered.
Third That the garments will
be worth every dollar of the
. You are sure to need a Winter
Suit, Overcoat . and Raincoat.
Can we take your measure?
E. F. DORN,
1812 Second Ave.
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BUFFETS AND SIDEBOARDS.
A Buffet or Sideboard would make a very acceptable
gift. We have a beautiful Buffet in fine grade quarter
sawed oak; has large mirror in back; one drawer is
lined; beautiful hand carving in back; this
is an exceptional value, only SIS. 00
Our line of BuTets is the best we have ever shown.
The best time to buy your Christmas Gifts is now.
Never before have we had such splendid offerings.
Never before has our store been filled with such an
elaborate and attractive line of
Beautiful Christmas Furniture
as now. We cannot urge you too strongly to make your
selections early, while our stock is complete. We
will store anything you want for Christmas delivery.
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Our line of China Cabinets is larger
and better than we have ever shown
before; a beautiful China
Cabinet for S3. 50
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A beautiful Karpen Bed Davenport, covered in a line grade of
black velour; has the Kurpen guaranteed construction; has very
massive frame; this is th best value ever offered in
the way of a high grade Divenport; price S27.50
Wo alo carry a fine line of Parlor Davenports.
TURKISH CHAIRS AND ROCKERS.
How about a nice Turkish Leather
Chair or Rocker for father or mother?
This is one of the best gifts that you
could possibly make. We are now
showing the largest line of Turkish
Chairs and Rockers that has ever been
shown in the tri-cities. We have them,
covered in genuine
leather, f rem.. $65.00 to S25.00
A beautiful Combina
tion Book Case and
Writing Desk; is made
of fine grade of quarter
sawed golden oak; h!?s
large French plate mir
ror; is beautifully carv
they last .. SI 2.75
We have others up
4 lilillS I ' napoleonCds.
Ct ,41 iMVrlil Our line of all styles of ,,,1.1 Beds is exc p.ionally strong; we
7Hii HiidLJ&V VvJ bave Napolton Beds in b.-autiful n-ahogaiiy
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JJ- XiiSlZTlZfet ' :f ''' j:' j il'w. '- Yon should se our large line of Brass Beds; the most beaut i-
s 1 frT Mi - -Tfl I I j 1, EioXPCI ful liu in the t ri-clti-s. A line full size Brass
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KARPEN FURNITURE. Jl ' 'fc5"iSJ' bgrL7 ' 1
We are exclusive agents for Karpen Furniture. A large line is always L"J iKiicl; IHTvC s ' i i J J
line of Bissell Carpet
in all the different fiu-
A perfect Combination Pool and
Billiard Table; has six pockets, fast
and accurate rubber cushions; has
all the accessories belonging to a
perfect pool ta
ble; price 40 an(1 S25
We are showini over 5') different
styles of Morris Chairs. A beauti
ful automatic Morris Chair, covered
in line grade of Verona,
f"r only S12.50
You must see the automatic this
season to appreciate their real
We also have a fine Morris Chair,
covered in fine grade of imitation
leather, with spring seat and back
this is an exceptional
value, for only. . . . ; S5.75
Tlii.s beautiful Rocker is made of
the best grade of quarter sawed oarf
and finished in a beautiful gold
color; it has spring seat, and cov
t rt (1 in a fine grade of goods; has
heavy covered back, and is a very
comfortable Rocker. Our
juice while they last SO. 50
Corner Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue, iLock Island.
Notice to Hunters.
The persons whose names appear be
low have organized to prosecute to the
full extent of the law hunters found
trespassing on their property and spe
cial officers have been sworn in for the
purposes of making arrests:
Black Hawk Charles Blazer, John
Blazer, William Schuck, Carl Bell
house, Fred Liekefeldt, Henry Hurley,
George Rickctts, Jacob Tanner, Frank
Stoeffel, Frank Rouse, Louis Vetter,
Howard Dunn, John Kadel, Tri City
Pasteurized Milk company, Sam John
ston, F. H. Jenkins, John Hokenson,
William Shave, Henry Nelson, Hedley
reterson, Mr. Marsh, Hugh Robson,
Lewis Wilson, Mr. Kerr, Ed Spiegel, C.
Peterson, George Clark, John Ericksou,
Chris Heber, Wilson Matthews, James
Dickson, Alvin Johnston, George Pak
mer, John McAfee, D. W. Matthews,
George R. Sydnor, John Scarr. Mrs.
Charles Kyte, John McConnell, Walter
McConnell, George Sears, W. II. Mar
shall, John Cox.
Bowling Adofcih Hoover. . .
Edgington William Miller.
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
At Beal & Schmitt's, Illinois theater
PATENTS CONCRETE MACHINE
Andrew Ne'son Perfects Devise for
Manufacture of Building Blocks.
Andrew Nelson, the concrete con
tractor, has been granted a patent on
a machine for making concrete build-
Don't Full to Hear
Tuesday. Dec. 4
Admission, includinp; re
ing blocks, and recently received the
patent papers. Mr. Nelson has been at
work on this devise since he took up
concrete work about six years ag.x
He recently received the patent pa
pers. The machine is one for con
structing hollow, solid, or veneering
blocks. The pressure is produced by
hand levers which are so operated that
the blocks may be made of materiil
mixed either et or dry. Mr. Nelson
will manufacture the machines himself
for the present, but intends later to
contract for their manufacture".
A Western Wonder.
There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex., that's
twice as big as last year. This won
der is W. L. Hill, who from a weight
of 90 pounds has grown to over 180.
He says: "I suffered with a terrible
cough, and doctors gave me up to die
of consumption. I was reduced to 90
pounds, when I began taking Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds. Now, after
taking 12 bottles, I have more than
doubled In weight and am completely
cured." Only sure cough and cold
cure.. Guaranteed by W. T. Hartz,
druggist. 50c and $1. . Trial bottle
IOWA COLLEGE, GRINNELL,
OLDEST IN THE STATE
Preparing to Celebrate 60th Anniver
sary in a Fitting Manner.
The celebration of the fioth anniver
sary of Iowa college, the oldest col
lege in Iowa, which is to take place
next year, has already begun with the
largest freshman class in its history,
the total number enrolled being 20G.
Of this number 9S are men and 10S are
women. The total enrollment in the
four college classes ii 441, of which
207 are men and 2:4 are women. With
its present enrollment the collegs has
more than three times the number en
rolled 10 years ago, and is the largest
independent college in the United
States west of Chicago.
The whole institution, college, aca
demy and school of music, enrolls G0J.
of which number there are 283 men
and 320 women, so the college has
passed the COO mark this year for the
first time in its history.
Twelve states and the Dominion of
Canada are represented in the fresh
man class. Students have entered
from states extending from Colorado
to Massachusetts; from the Dominion
of Canada to Oklahoma. In the whole
institution the territory from whic!i
students are enrolled is much greater;
the sections represented extending
from California to Bulgaria, and from
the Dominion of Canada to Oklahoma.
Rock Island. 111., is at present repre
sented by four students, Madara Fez
ler and Miss Ada Schoessel, sopho
mores; Misses Helvig Anderson and
Zetta Benson, freshmen.
No Opium in Chamberlain's Cough
There is not the least danger in giv
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
small children, as it contains no opium
or other harmful drug. It has an es
tablished reputation of more than 3
years as the most successful medicine
in use for colds, croup and whooping
cough. It always cures and Is pleasant
to take. Children like it. Sold by nil
SAVE MONEY OX YOUR WINTER CLOTH
ING. (Jent's Furnishing Goods and Shoes.
New Bargain Store is the Place. Grtfat Bargain in Underwear.
1911 Second Avenue Across from Spencer Square.