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THE ARGUS, -.THURSDAY. JANUARY. 2, 1908.
IS FREE OF DEBT
First Baptist Church' Ends Year
with Every Obligation
1 Fully; Paid
AND BALANCE IN TREASURY
Zion Lutherans Also in Good Condi
tion First Swedish Lutheran
Reports read at the annual meeting
t of the congregation of the First Bap
V list church lieltl last evening at the
church were roost favorable. AH ofti
.ycers of the church and church auxili
'arles gave reports which showed the
Riatlfyhur fact that n!l Haims naainst
? the church have been paid and the
;.church chosed the year with a balance
in the treasury. All the former ofli-
- -ers of the church were reelected, as
' Financial Secretary W. J. Ka'hlke.
Treasurer Dr. F. H. First.
U Church Clerk J. V. Welch.
K Trustees for Three Years Thonia
' 'Campbell and Dr. F. H. First.
" Deacons for Five Years P. O. Jon-
nssea'and Rev. H. C. First..
: - Sunday School Superintendent B.
? H. Wilson.
. Assistant Superintendent Henry
' Secretary Miss Edna B. Reed.
: Treasurer Miss Nettie Dempesy
' Librar'an G. H.'kingsbury.
,, ' Organist -Miss Bessie Sangien.
y i : ' '.inn l.nthrran.
7.on" Lutheran congregation held the
- annual meeting at the chinch yester
... day, the pastor. Rev. E. K. Jonsoti. pre
factory condition in the general organ
Ization and all the auxiliaries as well.
..' The meeting was well attended. It
was decided to retain the old church
.as a chapel and to use it for the mid
week services and for the regular
, . meetings or the various societies. The
board of trustees were asked to make
forae necessary repairs upon the build
the pastors report showed that 3G
communicant members joined the;
lair i omc
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in I. the Hpmc-nts of urowth. which,
when absorbed by the hair, strength
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K.ven where the follicles are sceinlnnly
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hair arower." It stimulates the most
stunted Browth and makes the hair
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Lty its.usn women can provide them
solves with a trailing mantle of hair
woman's natural raiment, her birth
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Hitnlly by men and women, partieu-
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or fade. Cures baldness. Rrayness,
splitting of the hnir, dandrulT and ail
diseases of the hair, scalp and beard.
fine application usually stops hair fall
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"We will frive you free a copy
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Reanty and Physical Culture, if
you live out of town-, write us and
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For Drakcnnesi, Opfan,
other Oral Using,
tbe Tobacco Habit
AW IL AM
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church , during the year and that o3
had moved away. The total adult
membership ia now 316,' or, including
children, '456. The ' following were
elected to office: .v.. .
Secretary of the Congregation C. E.
Nelson. . .
Members of Council for Three Years
A. G. Anderson, Ed. F. Boquist.
Trustees for Three Years A. M.
Westling, A. Gustaf Anderson.
Organist and Choir Leader Miss
Janitor William Anderson.
Flrnt Swedish Lutheran.
The annual business meeting of the
nrsi oweaisn iutneran cnurcn was
held yesterday afternoon at the
church. Report for the year were
read and the election of officers re
suited as follows:
Secretary L. J. Wessell.
Deacons for three years John Matt-
son and Anssgar Anderson (reelected)
Trustees for three years Alfred
Stromquist (reelected), Martin Lund
Superintendent of Sunday school
Alfred Pealstrom (reelected).
Organist Miss Caroline Peterson
l reeiecieu j.
Members of auditing committer
Martin Rudgren, Carl Osterman and
Ushers Etnll : Rosene, Frederic
Peterson, Alfred Peterson and Godfrey
Make Favorable Rrportn.
The pastor, Rev. S. G. Hagglund, re
ported a total membership of 324, 241
being communicant members and 83
children. Alfred Pealstrom, the Sun
day school superintendent, reported a
very prosperous year, S3 children be
ing enrolled. Miss Hilda Olson, the
Sunday school treasurer, reported
total income of $149.36. while the total
outlay was $152.2G. M. T. Rudgren,
the cashier of the Young People's so
ciety, reported total receipts $l,O0S.S0
and total disbursements $1,004.27.
Miss Ellen Rosene, cashier of the
Willing Workers, reported total 're
ceipts $152.45 and total disbursements
$150.20. Mrs. G. A. Peterson, treas
urer of the Ladies' Mission society,
reported $524.15 received and turnei
over to the church treasurer. Olof
Swanson, treasurer of the Men's Mis
sion society, reported receipts amount
ing to about $40. The church treas
urer, Xels Swanson, reported a total
income of $4,962.S8 while the total ex
penses were $4,929.57.
A new parsonage has been erected
at a total cost of $4,600, of which $3,
000 has, been paid. A bazar will be
held in April or May towards paying
ENDS LIFE ON EVE
OF THE NEW YEAR
Davenport Young Man Suicides, Using
a Shot Gun to Blow Out Brains
Motive Not Known.
Elmer Gerdts, who resided at 1931
West Fifth street, Davenport, took his
own life New Year's eve, blowing out
his brains with a shot gtin at his home.
He spent the evening with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs-. Charles Gerdts, and was
ot again seen alive. His fate was
not learned until last night, when the
body was discovered by his mother.
The young man's motive is not known,
and little can be learned under the
circumstances of the deed itself. He
is survived by two brothers, besides
his parents. He was 25 years old.
having been born in vashington m
HAD A REMARKABLE CAREER
Late Estrol Sjostrom Came From Aris
The late Estrol Sjostrom of this city.
who passed away at his home last
week after a short illness, had a very
interesting and romantic career, ac
cording to facts which have come to
light since his death. Mr. Sjostrom
came from one of the aristocratic fam
ilies of . Sweden, where he and Mrs.
Sjostrom were prominent In social cir
cles. He removed at one time to Aus
tralia, where he conducted with re
markable success a mine and attained
a considerable fortune. Later Mr. and
Mrs. Sjostrom traveled extensively in
Europe and other parts of the world.
Finally, after meeting reverses, they
came to this locality and purchased a
farm near Milan, where they lived for
many years before moving to this city
HONENS HAD AN ICY BATH
Former Milan Man Took involuntary
Bath in Rock River.
Sterling papers tell of an icy bath in
Rock river tha other day by Fred Ho-
nens, formerly of Milan, and for a num
ber of years assistant engineer on the
Hennepin canal. Mr. Honens was row
ing across the stream in a small skiff,
when one of the oars broke and he was
thrown into the water. Fortunately
the depth was not great, though the
current was swift, and he was able to
keep his footing till help came.
Atkinson Saloon Robbed.
Word was" received today at the po
lice station of the robbery of an At
kinson saloon last night. The missing
articles include a shot gun, shoes, old
clothing, and several , bottles of whisky
It Dses the Business.
. E. E. Chamberlain of Clinton, Maine
says' of Bucklen's Arnica Salve: "If
does the business; I have used it for
piles and it cured- them. Used it for
chapped hands and it cured them. Ap
plied it to an old sore and It healed !l
without, . leaving; a scar behind
cents at all druggists. ;
MEW YEAR EMIT
Mr. arid Mrs. B. C. Hartz and
' Daughters Give Brilliant
'; Party at Harper.
IS ATTENDED BY HUNDREDS
Beautiful Decorations and a Happy
Scene in Parlors and Bail
A fitting climax for a happy holiday
social season in Rock Island at least,
1! not in the three cities, was the danc
ing party given at the Harper house
last evening by Mrl and Mrs. B C.
Hartz and their daughters, the Misses
Elizabeth and Maude Hartz. The par
lors were decorated with Christmas
greenery, holly and palins. In the ball
room wreaths of holly tied with red
ribbons and candles were used, the
orchestra being concealed by a bower
of palms and plants.
Brilllaut Company I'rcnent.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartz and the Misses
Hartz received in. the parlors near the
main stairway, their guests who num
bered about 450, including, besides tri
city people, guests from the surround
ing towns. The seenahere as in the
ballroom was one long to be remem
bered, the handsomely gowned ladies
combined with the pretty decorations
presenting a brilliant picture, the
presence of a pretty company of youn
people enlivening the occasion.
Dancing was the main diversion of
the evening. Refreshments were serv
ed in the ordinary, the decorations here
being also Christmas greenery, sinilax
and American beauty roses.
CoNtumrn of the IlecelviiiK I.adirM.
Mrs. Hartz was gowned in gray foul
ai d and wore diamonds. Miss Elizabeth
Hartz wore blue lansdown with trim
ming of real lace carried a large
bunch of violets, and wore pearls. Miss
Maude Hartz wore pink lansdown trim
med with lace, and carried an arm bou
quet of pink roses.
Ed Reed left this morning for Chi
cago to spend a few days. '
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Collins are the
parents of a sou born -Monday.
C. F. Lynde of Muskogee, Okla., is
pending a few days in the city.
Judge and Mrs. Emory C. Graves of
Geneseo were in the city yesterday.
Mr. an u Airs, ineoaore Herzog are
visiting for a few days at Oshkosh
Mrs. E. A. Briggs left last eveuin
for Fort Worth. Texas, to spend the
The Misses Ruth Buffura and Cora
VanGalder returned today to Urbana
to resume their studies' in the Univer
sity of Illinois. ' " ' -
Miss Berenice Wagner departed last
evening to resume her studies in the
Macomb Normal school, after spend
Ing the holidays at home.
Stephen Spencer returned this noon
to t'ue Northwestern un: versify to re
sume his studies after an absence of
a month on account of sickness.
Steven Maxwell of 504 Thirteenth
avenue will leave next week for Long
Island, , where he 'will "sail as a mid
shipman in the United States navy.
Earl Bowlby left today to resume his
studies at the University of Chica
af;er spending the holidays with his
parents, Professor and : Mrs. . S. T
Miss Eloise Bramlett, Those home
is in Arkansaw and who is attendin
Lake Forest college, is visiting durin
the holiday vacation at the home of
Miss Dorothy Pleasants, her . school
mate. v .
.A card from Mrs. Mary H. Wads
worth of this city, who is now in th
orient announces that she has recently
visited Shanghai and Canton and ex
pected to spend Christmas at Manila
From the last named city she will go
to Calcutta, India. : .
RURAL MAIL CARRIER
SUES STREET RAILWAY
Joseph Burgart Begins Action to Re
cover $5,000 for In juries. Sus
V tailed in a Runaway. ' " .
Joseph Burgart, through Kenworthy
& Kenworthy, today filed praecipe
In the circuit court in a $3,000 damage
suit against the Tri-clty. Railway com
pany to recover damages fordn juries
sustained In a runaway on Eighteenth
avenue, near Twenty-second street.
two months ago. At the time of the
accident Mr. Burgart was employed
as the rural letter carrier of the Rock
Island postoffice. He claims his horse
was frightened by a Long View car,
and seeks to show that the company
is liable for the injuries sustained. .He
was confined' to his home for a tim
following the accident.
Charles Fiebig Has Placed Interesting
'. ',-' i .'i. Collection in Store. . V. '..
Charles Fiebig, ; the locksmith, has
placed an interesting display of Indian
relics in his store."; The collection con
sists 'of about 200 arrowheads of all
varieties, six or seven tomahawks, and
Mun masher. Mr. Flobig recently pur-
"based , about 100 arrowheads and a
I tomahawk from a collector residing in
Whiteside county, where, the relics were j
gathered." In addition to those display
ed in his store, Mr. Fiebig has several
other fine relics, which he prizes- bigh-
and keeps at his Home. Among
them is a tomahawk which he secured
from an Indian in Kansas in 1866 while
he was a member of a surveying party.
The former owner had placed mark
ings of the number of people which the
eapon had . killed, numbering ,4.".
Many of the relics were secured on his
farm near Andalusia,
ONE MOVE PLEASES;
COMPLAINT ON OTHER
Restoration of Elm Street Car Gratify
ing, But Discontinuance of Ow '
Service Is Criticized.
The Elm street service of the Tri
City Railway company was restored to
its former efficiency yesterday, the car
aken off some time ago being put on
again, and the west terminal being
made Fifth street again. This action
proved very gratifying to patrons of
the line, and notwithstanding the un
usually heavy traffic during all hours
of the day, the cars maintained the
schedule fairly well.
The discontinuance of the all night
service on the Fourth avenup linf
however,-, is causing considerable com
plaint, increased because of the com
pany's recent action in Davenport in
auguratiug just such, a service on the
Third street line there as has now been
discontinued here. There may be sim-
lar action taken as in the pusn of rh
1m street line to restore this service.
The opinion is general that the com
pany's attitude is purely one of reduc-
ng expenses, and that when the serv
ice was once curtailed, before restoring
that particular line's equipment, the
company made a cut elsewhere in or
der to keep down the expenses, with
out regard to the accommodation f
The traffic on all lines was excep
ionally heavy yesterday, and the cars
carried unusually large numbers of
passengers during all hours of the day.
BURNS IS BACK
WITH HIS OLD LINE
Recent Central Union Telephone At-
tache Becomes Assistant Manager
.- , of the. Union Electric.
E. J. Burns has severed his rela
tions . with the .Central Union Tele
phone, company ttie first of the year.
rather than leave Rock Island, had no
more than re;jred,lwheu he was made
a nattering .offer, wm . the Union Elec
trie, company , with. ..which he had been
lormeny connectea, which today he
. Mr. Burns becomes assistant to Gen
eral Manager H. H. Bratt of the Union
Electric, and he enters unon his dutips
forthwith. George B. Stucker of Har
risburg, president' -of the company, ar
rived m Rock Island today, and had
an mierview with Mr. Burns with the
result that a mutually satisfactory ai
rangement was consummated.
Mr. Burns was for .three years uoi
fined with the Union Electric before
he went with the Central Union a year
ago. His inulerstaiKlins then was that
his duties would not be such as to
necessitate his removal from R6ck Is
landf and notwithstanding that he has
been away from home much of the
time in the past year, he did not com
plain until it was indicated to him
that after Jan. 1 he would be obliged
to take up work that wohld involve
makmg his residence elsewhere. He
His experience has made him a val
uable telephone man and his popular
ity and wide acquaintance in the three
cities will prove a great asset to-the
Union Electric company.
i Beer That Is Beer. .
If you want to drink good beer, order
the Davenport Malting company's pale
export. , Delivered anywhere in Rock
Island. Both phones 1C9.
. , EXTENDED TO
And may vdur first resolution
be to rattle this store your head
' quarts during 1908 for buying
jrything needed in Jewelry,
'not only for personal use, but
for birthday, wedding, and anni
versary gifts. - .
. ''-No other resolution will put
you in touch as quickly with ev
erything dependable in Jewelry,
1702 BeconrT Avenu.
MUST GET HONEY
Ruling of Controller of Treas
ury to Prevent Loss in Nat---'
FEES ARE COLLECTED FIRST
Clerks Must Receive Amount to Cover
Final Order as Well as Peti-
j tion, in Advance.
Circuit Clerk G. W. Gamble has re:
ceived notice, from Richard K. Camp
bell, chief of the division or naturaliza
tion, of an important new ruling in re
gard to the collection of fees. -The rul
ing, made by the controller of the
treasury, is to the effect that hereafter
the clerks of the courts having juris
diction in naturalization matters, shall
not issue the petition for naturaliza
tion until the entire fee, 54, for the pe
tition and the final order, is paid by
' Held lulil IlrnrluK.
Under the former practice, the clerk
has collected two fees, 2 for issuing
the petition, and $2 for entering the
final order of the court. The new or
der makes it necessary for the clerk
to account at once for $2 of the fee,
and to retain the other $2 until the or
der has been entered, and then make
an accounting with the division. This
will result in increasing the work. 'of
handling naturalizations, which is al-
ea,dy rather , complicated and requires
he keeping of many records. ,
MuM Get Moiiry.
It is supposed that this order is due
to the tact . that, after the hearing,
when aliens have learned that they
were to be. refused citizenship, they
in many cases have refused to pay the
$2 fee for the final order. In-the cir
cuit court here one case arose, but in
this instance no order was entered,;
the court refusing to give tho alien a'
hearing until he paid the fee.
The order of the chief of the divi
sion states that "In no instance should
the clerk of the court undertake the
execution of a natularization paper,
either a declaration or petition, mi til
all of the necessary information has
been ascertained, and the fee has been
obtained from the alien."
If the clerk fails to collect the fees
he is out the amount, for the govern
ment holds him responsible for all
fees earned, even tliougn the aueu
does not settle the charges.
Finieial services over the remains
of Mrs: Clyde OEckeVt,; who. wfts- i
tally burned last Monday evening at
her home,, were iield yesterday after
noon at 2:30 at the Spencer Memorial
church, where Rev. F. E. Shult con
ducted the services. A quartet con
sisting of Mrs.. Frank W. Leverich,
Miss Pearl Saville, Albert Leverich
and Rene Curtis, rendered the music.
The pallbearers were Frel Slocum
Clayton Sellers. Clare Smick, Henry
Bowes, Carl Trottuow and Franli
Johnson. Burial took place in Chip
SCOPE OF OFFICE GREATER
E. L. Goff Has Jurisdiction Also on
the Frisco System.
Official notice has been received by
Goff, commercial agent of the
Island in this citv. of his an-
pointment in the same, capacity for
the Frisco lines and his. jurisdiction in,
tho office will hereafter include both
the Rock Island and the Frisco. The
notice also gives official information
of the consolidation, of the two rail
road systems, though the two lines
have been under one management for
some time. sThe Frisco also . makes
announcement of the new arrange
ment and the appqintment of its com
mercial men to jurisdiction on the
Rock Island lines. . '
HAS NOT SOLD BUT MAY DO SO
Jay Morton Still Owner of Diamond Ub
Packet Line. .
For some time' the report has been
going about that the Diamond Jo com
pany, operating packets on the upper
river, had disposed of its boats and
business to J. F. Mauff of Chicago. I.
P,: Lusk, general passenger ' agent.. of
fthe company,- interviewed at Burling-
tton yesterday, however, states the deal
Ihan nnt hwn rliiKPrl. Ho assprled thai
Jay Morton, the present owner, is will
ing and even anxious to sell if he (fan
get tie Jigure he -wants. Mr. Morton
is wealthy and.-devoes little attention
to the management of his boats. .
Reynolds Girl Muscatiner's Bride.j
Yesterday at . Muscatine was sol
emnized, the marriage of Leo Fischer
of that city and Miss" Jessie. Hayes of
Reynolds, Rev. J. C. Willits of the
Methodist Episcopal- church ' perform
ing the ceremony. The marriage was
witnessed only by the immediate rel
atives of the contracting parties. J:
Bad Stomach Trouble Cured.
Having been sick: for the past two
years with a bad Etomach trouble, a
friend gave me a dose of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They did me so. much good that 1
bought a bottle of them and have used
12 bottles In all. Today I am well of
a badBtomacht trouble. Mrs. John
; Lowe. Cooper, Maine. These tablets
are for sale by air druggists'
1 Alt the itTl ll . tho Ume T.Hir
C1 rlliat. t Vh
us quote you a 'definite figure on the money you need. You'll be sur
prised at -the reasonable terms." Besides we will arrange the loan so.
it will suit your convenience to repay us.
. We loasi from $10 up, privately, on household furniture, pianos,
wagons, cows and other personal property; the property is left In
If you already have a loan with some one, call and get our rates..
We'll advance you the money to pay and save you some money be
sides. FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
MITCHELL LYNDE BLOCK, ROOM 38, ROCK ISLAND.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m and Saturday evenings. Telephone
west 514; new telephone 6011.
NEW TIME CARD ON
THE ROCK ISLAND
After Considerable Discussion Several
, Changes Announced Effect
ive Next Sunday. .
The new time card on the Rock Is
land, which has been under discussion
for the last month, is ordered to go
into effect next Sunday with altera
tions different from those previously
announced. So trains are removed
under the new arrangement though the
time of arrival and departure and the
numbers of the trains are changed in
Xos. 49 and 50, between Oskaloosa
and Rock Island, which arrives here
at 12:30 y. m. and departs at 3:25. will
run only as far as Washington, Iowa
No. 11, now leaving at 10:45 p. ui. for
Kansas City and Fort Worth, will in
stead depart at. 10:12 p. m. Xo. 20.
arriving from Minneapolis and depart
ing for Chicago at G:10 a. m., will
leave one hour later and arrive at Chi
cago at 11:43. .No. C2, the local pas
senger between here and Chicago,
which heretofore departed at 7:05 a. m.
will depart at 7:55 a.m. The num
bers of trains 1:5 Purl 15 'are fr lift; ex
changed, with the' time of arrival and
depaiture the same, and also the num
bers of 14 and 10 will' be exchanged.
A IG-secfion sleeper, with berths 9
to 16 reserva'ole in Rock Island, has
been attached to Xo. 64,-which leaves
here at 12:35 a. m.-for Chicago. The
INVITES YOU TO CALL AND EXAMINE A FULL STOCK OF FURS
AND GLOVES, WHICH EMBRACES ALL THE LEADING STYLES.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED. A FUR STORE IS THE' PLACE TO
Three Up -to -Date Markets
311 Twentieth Street.
1006 Third ave. 3802 Fourteenth Ave.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED TWO CARLOADS OF HOGS, AND
v :. '' : - ' --K- ' .
ONE CARLOAD OF CHOICE NATIVE CATTLE AND THEY ARE
I ' - ' " - "' '
NOW BEING SLAUGHTERED FOR THE MARKET. CUSTOMERS
CAN NOW PURCHASE A WHOLE OR A HALF HOG OR PORK
CUTS. CAN ALSO GET BEEF IN QUARTERS OR ANY - OTHER
PART. BOTH PORK AND BEEF AT REDUCED PRICES. '
Faint heart- never won
sometimes ine iaint neari 4s juie re
of a faint pocket book... A man .
a lot easier with-money in his.
pocket. It helps to screw up his cour- '
If you have a "faint" pocket book.
hesitate to ask us for a loan.
If there were no borrowers we would
not be in business and If there were
not a large number of them we could
not afford to loan "money on such low
rates and on such easy term's.
Tell us what you want today: let
train heretofore carried a 12-s'ct:on
drawing room slet'ir, which was in
sufficient frequently to accommodate
the tri-eity patronage.
FROM THE ANTILLES.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy . Benefits-
a City Councilman at
. . Kingston, Jamaica.
W. O'Reilly Fogai ty. w .:o is a mem
ber of the city c:?uii,-il a .. Kingston.
Jamaica, West Indies," writes as fol
lows: -"One bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy had good effect on a
cough that was giving me trouble and
I think I should have been more quick
ly relieved if I had continued the rem
edy. That it was beneficial and quick
in relieving me there is no doubt. and
it is my intention to obtain another
bottle." For sale by all druggists.
Why Suffer from Rheumatism?
Do you know that rheumatic pains
can be relieved? If you doubt this
fact just try one application of Cham
berlain's Pain Balm. It .will make
rest and sleep possible, and that cer
tainly means a great deal to any one
afflicted with rheaumatism. For sale
by all druggists. .'
It is very important and in fact it is
absolutely necessary' to hnalMi that 'we
give" re'lief to the stomach ' promptly
at the first signs of trouiile. Take
something once in a while; especially
aftoi meals: somerhing like Kodol for
dyspepsia and indigestion. It will en
able your stomach to do its work prop
erly. Sold by all druggists.
The Rock Island
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