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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1908.
IS AN AUDITING
Criminal Charge Against S. J.
Rice Develops Into Means to
Check Up Accounts.
was held this morning, short services
being conducted at the home of the
mother, Mrs. Nora Cleary, 2110 Fifth
avenue, and at St. Joseph's church by
Dean J. J. Quinn. Burial took place
at Calvary cemetery.
LOONEY CLAIMS $27.10 DUE
Defendant Disagrees, Holding Different
Opinion as to the Provisions of
( Stevenson Funeral. ,
The funeral of Mrs. Hannah Syphert
Stevenson was held this morning from
the home of J. S. Streoiier. 930 Twenty-second
street. Rev. It. B. Williams
conducting the services. Burial took
place at Oakdale cemetery. Daven
port, beside the body of the husband,
the late Dr. J. Stevenson.
ICE BRIDGE GONE
SnowP'd Rain, Together with
Hi h Temperature, Clear the
River in a Hurry.
C OSED BUT TWO WEEKS
The criminal cases- against S. J.
Rice, brought before Justice G. Albert
Johnson, has developed into an audit
of accounts between Rice and the
Looneys. When all accounts had been
checked over this afternoon by John
Looney. Rice, 0!eorge W. McCaskrin,
representing it'.te, and the justice and
the state's attorney, Looney claimed
Rice has $27.10 unaccounted for, and
Rice claimed a "lesser balance, the dif-
East Moline & Campbell's Island and
the Moline, Rock Island & East
ern Are United.
A certificate or consolidation of the
Cast Moline & Campbell's Island Rail
way company and the Moline, Rock
ference being duo to a difference of ,sland & Eastern Traction company, has
opinion as to tho terms of the contract
between the two.
C'hrrk I'p Account. -
After listening to the evidence on
both sides, and charges by the Loon
eys and explanations and denials by
the defendant, for several hours yester
day afternoon, J. K. Scott, the state's
a'torney, suggested that the case show
ed but little evidence of criminal in
tention on the part of Rice, and that
the most satisfactory plan of action
In view of the situation shown, would
be for the Looneys and Rice to go
over their accounts and straighten
them out, with the justice of the peace
as the referee.
been fiied in the circuit clerk's office.
The terms of the consolidation provide
that the stock jf the consolidated com
pany shall be t-pportioned share for
share of the old companies, and that
after the consolidation, which became
effective Jan. It. the capital stock is
to be increased to $50,000.
The chauge is merely a matter of
form, for the j,tock in both is cou
trolled by the representatives of the
Tii-city Railway & Light- company
the merger controlling the tri-city util
ities. The Campbell's island road was
incorporated to correct a defect in the
Moline, East Moline & Watertown
company's incorporation charter, and
WeTght of Precipitation Broke
Field, and Water Quickly Car
ried It Away.
Railway Trainmen. Cinch was played
the high score being made by Mrs.
Lulu Orman, the second prize went to
Mrs. William Smith and the booby to
Mrs. Ida Akers. The games were fol
lowed by serving of lunch by the hostess.
Coffee Party Success. The ladies of
St. Joseph's Altar society gave a very
successful coffee and sale yesterday
afternoon from 2 to 9 at the home of
Miss Mary McDonough, 114 Tenth
street. There were about 200 present
and a substantial sum was realized
from the sale. The pupils of St. Jo
seph's school delightfully entertained
the company with vocal and instru
mental music, vocal solos were given
Peonlp whn annually await the eo- by Mrs. George Smith and Fred Burt
spring win likely be aisappoimca mis
year unless another cold spell serves! Arsenal Golf Club Dance. The toe
to close the stream at this point a sec-on(j Df the series of dancing parties
ond time, as last night the covering, I arranged by the Rock Island Arsenal
without any preliminaries whatever, I c,o club will be given tomorrow even
quietly broke up and floated down ;ng at the club house. Card tables
stream. The river is left completely wjji be placed for those' who care to
open between the two cities and downlpiay,
the river with the exception of a field
of ice fastened biow the island to a
point even with Nineteenth street. A
ridge 400 feet long is also grounded
in the middle of the riveY between the
ferry docks and will probably be a
fix' ure at that point for some time
unless a rise in the river floats it.
Snow I'rwliahle Fat-tor.
The ice field appeared to be a solid
covering aud was broken only after
the repeated accumulation pt wet,
FIRST OF RECITALS I
GIVEN AT COLLEGE
Sigfrid Laurin Devotes Opening Num
ber of Educational Course to
JURY WILL PASS
ON ISSUES OF CASE
Judge Ramsay uemes motion to in
struct for Defense in Damage
Suit of Mathew Coburn.
On completion of the evidence for
which fell at intervals the plaintiff in the case of Mathew
since it froze, had honey-combed it.
and the high temperature completed
the work. This weight sank the cov-
Coburn against the Moline, East Mo
line & Watertown Railway company,
in tht circuit court this morning, -a
ering below the surface, cracking It motlon to lnstruct the jury for the
This plan met with favor on both the Moline Rock Island & Eastern was
sides, and was accordingly adopted. I formed to construct extension linos to
Some time was spent in following out I connect with the tri-city lines in vari
this suggestion last evening, and it Ions directions in the county.
was taken up again today.
JOIN IN ARMY MANEUVERS
Some interesting statements were
made by John looney in his explana- Mst, 4th and 8th ' Regiments to Join
tion of the case to the state's attor- , the Regulars,
ney. He told of a wrangle which near- Springfield, Hi.. Feb. 14. Illinois
ly ended in a fistic encounter, with the W'H h represented this year at tho
two Looneys and Rice as the partici- regular army maneuvers at Indian
pants, and told -of ' internal troubles anolis by. the 1st. 4th and Sth infantry
which arose over the differences of regiments. The dates for the encamp
opinion between Rice and W. C. Loon- merit are Sept. 11 to 20 inclusive,
ey as to means and methods. The annual military gathering at
Looney said that when it had been Camp Lincoln in this city also will be
decided to arrest Rice, he commanded 'sened this year by the absence of
Rice to stay in the building, threaten- '-e 1st cavalry, comprising n.nc troops
ing to "punch" him if he attempted to nler command of Major foreman,
leave. He said that when Rice had Five lrooP8 of the cavalry will travel
tflPnhnnr.l tn varmns nartiea nhmit overlamL. from Chicago to Dresden
neieiiis on me uosniaines nvt-r. inl
and allowing the current to use its
strength in destroying the field. Tne
river was frozen only about two weeks.
The ice in Rock river went out at
Sterling Wednesday and on the Illi
nois at Peoria yesterday.
the city for assistance in the case,
among others to the newspapers, W.
C. Looney had become greatly anger
ed, and had repeated the threat of his
brother to do Rice bodily injufcy if he
did not stop.
Looney said he had had referred to
him when Rice first entered the em
ploy of tiie institution, a lot of fake
advertisements, to be inserted in the
Looney publication by Rice, aud at the
expense of Rice personally. Looney
said that he could not imagine what
Rice wanted the ads published for,
but that he had seen no objection to
printing them if Rice paid" for them,
regardless of circumstances. The ad
vertisements were for stenographers
and other help of various kinds, and
others related to real estate deals.
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
be gladly received and published. But
in either case the Identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
defense was entered. After hearing
the arguments, the court overruled the
motion. It was claimed that Coburn
is not entitled to damages because he
was riding on a part of the car where
he should not have been. He was
hurt while riding on the platform.
The evidence for the defense was be
gun, ana tne nearing is ueiug cumin
ued. It is likely that the case will
not be concluded until Monday after
noon or Tuesday.
INVITATION EXTENDED POSt
other four, one from Springfield, one
from Bioomingtor. and one each from
Feoria and Macomb, will march over
land also to Dresden Heights, where
they will join the Chicago contingents.
YOUNG MEN ELECT OFFICERS
Annual Meeting of German Lutheran
Society Is Held.
The Young Men's society of the Ger.
man Lutheran cimrcii neid nie flec
tion of officers last night, the follow
ing being eiec ed to serve during the
President Horry Horst.
Vice President Carl Manglestorf.
Secretary Kdward Pickron.
Financial Secretary Arthur Schoes
sel. Treasurer Emil Liedke.
Mrs. Calvin Harson.
Mrs. Calvin Harson died last night
at 12:45 at "her home, S17 Sixth avje
nue, after a month's illness with pneu
monia and heart disease. Mrs. Har
son was born in Georgia and was 54
years of age. She came to Rock Is
land shortly after the close of the civil
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Real Estate Transfers.
Carl Cederland to Edwin M. Min
nick. east 50 feet of lot 1, block 9,
John Hilt's addition to Moline. ?4,20.
Mary Dearhamnier to John M. Laur-
war, and was married here. Her hus- iLzen lols 13' u- 15 an,l Shepparu'.
band Is the only surviving relative.
The funeral will be held from the
home tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock,
and burial will lake place at Chippi
anuock cemetery. Rev. W. B. Clcm
mer will conduct the services.
subdivision outlot C2, northwest quar
ter of northeast quarter of section 25
ID. le, $C25.
Frank (Joettelmann to Mary Goettel
mann, north half of lot 5, block 70,
Lower addition. Rock Island, 1.
Caroline Kreis and E. B. Kreis to
Supple Funeral iKonert K. Atkinson, lot 13, Kreis' ad
The funeral of Mrs. Joseph Sunple (,i,ion to Rock Island. $300.-
l' rank Morass to Frank Hayes, tract
I in southeast quarter of section 35, 1
Albert M. Bruner to Oscar L. Bru
ner, east half, southeast quarter sec
tion 9, 1G, 3w, $1,200.
Iver Eckberg to Henry Eckberg,
lot3 19 and 20. block 1. Columbia
Park, Rock Island, $1
Rock Island & Peoria Railway com
pany to urawtord & Garnett. nart
northwest quarter section 18, 1C, 2w
Fine Groceries and
700 Seventeenth Street.
A Palace of
Things to Eat
FANCY CALIFORNIA NA
VEL ORANGES Highly'color
ed, sweet, juicy, heavy-packed.
We think our oranges are gen
erally (he best in the city. If
you have been disgusted with
the kind you have been getting,
try ours once. They are the
other kind best on the market.
We will have an elegant line
of fresh vegetables for Saturday.
G. A. R. Will Attend Memorial Exer
cises at St Joseph's Church.
John Buford post, Xo. 243, G. A. R..
has accepted an invitation from Dean
J. J. Quinn to attend a memorial
service to be held at St. Joseph's
church the Sunday just preceding Me
morial day. The post has accepted
the invitation, it being its custom to
attend annual services. The invita
tion includes all old soldiers who will
meet with the members of the post at
The program as' I Memorial hall andiiuarch in a body to
As the regular meeting night of the
post falls upon Washington's birthday,
the officers are planning for appropri
ate exercises in honor of the day. A
program participated in by members
of the post will be .given at Memorial
Etude Club Meets. One of the best
meetings of tho Etude club this sea
son was held jesterday afternoon at
the home ot Mrs. Rosa Oberholtzer,
35 Oak Lane, Davenport. French
music was studied and much interest
was added to 'he meeting by the read
ing of foreign letters by Miss Jordan
These letters contained much informa
tion of the noted musicians and their
every day life, as. written to Miss Jor
dan by a friend in Europe who is in a
position to know.
Paper "French Folk Songs"
Mrs. J. M. Sherier.
Song "Sing. Smile. Slumber". Gounod
Miss Dora Thode.
Meditation" , . . . Chaminade hall.
Song of Sprins" Lack
Grand Polonaise," duet Kucken
Misses Lasher and Noth.
Song "Summer" Chaminade
'Etude Arabesque" Lack
The next mooting will be held Feb.
27 at the home of Miss Freda Schrick-
er, 144C Clay street, Davenport.
Professor Sigfrid Laurin of the Au-
ustara conservatory of music last
evening gave the first of a series of
educational recitals at the college au
ditorium. The program was composed
entirely of setections from Chopin and
were chosen with a view of showing
the great diversity of the Polish com
poser's art. Professor Laurin is per
haps at his best in the interpretation
of this master :.nd greatly pleased his
audience with his rendition. The pro
gram in full follows:
Polonaise On. 40. No. 2
Prelude Op. 28, No. 13
Mazurka Op. G, No. 2
mt I'm.v,,,,,,,, ....IIH q j
Nocturne .Op. 15. No. 2
Valse On. 34 No 1
Etude.... Op. 25, No. 1
Scherzo Op. 39
"elude Op. 28, No. 15
Scherzo and Marcie di Funebre.Op. 35
impromptu Op. 36
Preludes Op. 28. No. 20. 22
Mazurka on nn Vr. 9
Nocturne Gp. 48, No. 2
Ballade Op. 38
Nocturne Op. 27 No. 2
Scherzo Op 31
Berceuse n r-
ST03E READY FOR BUSINESS
Salvation Army Establishment Opened
at 1425 Second Avenue.
The new industrial store of the Sal
vation Army at 1425 Second avenue
is now ready for business and the
members of the barracks are engaged
in stocking up. The plan, as has been
previously explained, is to dispose of
second hand wearing annarel and
other useful articles to those who are
in need, the goods being donated by
citizens. The circumstances of those
who apply for aid are inquired into and
if they are worthy help is extended.
In case they are able to pay a small
charge is made. Those having arti
cles to give are urged to telephone the
barracks and to see to it that their do
nations are turned over to none but
the authorized army collector.
Hart Literary Society. The Hart
Literary society of the high school
met yesterday afternoon in the assem
bly room of the school. After the bus-
Miss Nettie Pailbrook left yesterday
to visit her grandparents at Onarga,
Mrs. Thomas Kane has departed for
a visit at Des Moines and other points
Mrs. W. T. Magill, who suffered a
paralytic stroke yesterday noon, is re
ported testing better today.
Hon. v A. Northcott of Springfield.
formerly head consul of the Modern
Woodmen, is in the city on legal busi
ness, and is taking advantage of the
iness meeting a program was given, opportunity to mingle with the govern
which was as follows:
Piano solo, "Dance of the Demons" i,a r- c inns.
miss uessie wison.
Essay, VLife of Booker T. Washing
ton" Miss Florence Parker
Reading, "One-Legged Goose" Miss
Essay. "Oiey. the Negro Town" Miss
Vocal solo, "Dry Your Eyes" Miss
Ing board of the order whose executive
FURTHER DISCUSS MOVEMENT
YOUNG & McCOMBS'
Drug Sundry Specials for Tomorrow
Special A souvenir will be given
with- each purchase at the drug sumTry
counter (main floor) all day Satur
Velvet perfumed sanitary powder for
nursery and toilet. Special 7c.
Dr. Graves' tooth powder and paste.
25c size, 15c. .
Bathaswit, a perfumed preparation
for the bath, 15c.
Six-ounce bottle of almond cream,
witch haze? or cucumber toilet creanj.
25c bottle for 15c.
Kirk's witch hazel toilet soap, 15o
box for 9c; three cakes in box.
Dickensen's witch hazel or bay rum.
S-oz. bottle, 15c.
Violet perfumed ammonia for the
toilet, 25c size 10c.
Colgate's best extracts, per oz., 25c
Eastman's celebrated rose cold cream
Hot water, bottles, two and three
quart, $1 size C9c; 75c size 49c.
Jewel cough drops, always 5c box.
Saturday two for 5c.
A good perforated toilet paper, per
Advisability of a Central Office Con
sidered by Ministers.
The members of the Ministerial as
sociation and others interested in the
local option movement met yesterday
afternoon at 5o'clock at the Y. M. C.
for n riisniK'don of matters nertain-
Moline Woman's Club. The meetlne imr th movement. Rev. R. S. Ha-
of the Moline Woman's club which Lev. Dastor of the Second Congrega-
was postponed from last Saturday will tlonal church. Moline, was present and
be held tomorrow afternoon, at the addressed the meeting. The matter
First Congregational church. Mrs. G. of PRtahlishinc a central office in the
H. Huntoon will tell of her experiences business portion of the city was dis
in Japan and Miss Mary Ainsworth will cussed, it being the Intention to main
exhibit Japanese works of art. The tain the office until after the election.
Bowled for Supper.
The bowling teams of the German
Savings bank end the Iowa National
bank of Davenport bowled series of
f;iiit- last evening at tne iiotei
Harms. The German Savings bank
team was the winner and enjoyed a
sumptuous spread at the expense of
musical numbers will consist of a trio
Mrs. F. E. Leavens, harp; Miss Flor
ence Freistat. violin, and Miss Hazel
Munger, 'cello. Miss Munger will also
give a 'cello solo and Mrs. C. Arnold
Petersen will sing.
D. A. U. Leap Year Party. The
The association will meet tomorrow
for further discussion.
Hustling the Panama Canal.
News comes from Panama that work
on the canal is progressing more rap
idly than was calculated in the official
estimates, and that the engineers in
charge are making good in fine style.
A medicine to make good in cases of
stomach, liver and bowel disorders
must be absolutely pure and possess
intrinsic merit. Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters possesses these requirements,
and. in addition, have been thoroughly
tested for 54, years. Then, surely, It
must be the remedy you are looking
for to restore your appetite, aid diges
tion and regulate the bowels. Get a
bottle today and test Its value for
our own satisfaction. It cures heart
burn, belching, headache, dyspepsia,
indigestion, insomnia,, backache, bil
ousness, colds, grip, female ills, gen
eral weakness and malaria, fever and
ague. The genuine has our private
stamp over the neck of bottle. Refuse
Son's Whereabouts Unknown.
The local police have received word
from J. L. Jordon of Galesburg asking
for aid in locating his son; John J.
Jordon, who le.'t the tri-cities Dec. 1,
saying he was going to visit his home
and who has not been heard from
since. The son worked at Deere &
Co.'s and the Republic Iron & Steel
company plant in Moline while here.
. 152d Vote Break Deadlock.
Cambridge, Ohio, Feb. 14. James
Jovce of Guernsey county was noml
nated for congress from the Fifteenth
I district on the 152d ballot yesterday,
A I defeating Congressman Beeman G
: i Dawes of Washington county.
i Praises Governor Deneen.
Kewanee, 111., Feb. 14. At the an
nual convention of the Henry County
Swedish American Republican league
held here yesterday, resolutions were
members of the D. A. U. club gave a I adopted praising Governor Deneen for
leap year party last evenine at the I Improving conditions of the state in-
nome or the Misses Mary and Eliza- stitutions and pledging him its sup
beth Smith, 2721 Eighth avenue. The port for renominatlon.
. Saloon Notice.
Frankfurters c'.nd sauerkraut at Dei
senroth's place Saturday night, 1501
evening was pleasantly passed playing
games and with music, several solos
being given by Miss Cecelia Hulsbrink.
The house was prettily decorated in
carrfations and ferns. Refreshments
Valentine Party. A valentine party
Mrs. R D Charles of Harbor, Maine
anoaidne of Electric Bitters, says: "It
was given last evening at the home of 1 19 a neighborhood favorite here with
Miss Lulu Kolls, 1116 Tenth avenue
Various games helped pass the even
us. It deserves uioei iavuu,
where. It gives quick relief In dyspep-
ing, and refreshments were served. I sr&i iiver complaint, kidney derange
The company consisted of 14 young J me'nt, malnutrition, nervousness, weak-
peopie. 1 v - i ona P-pnerai aeointy. us ucuuu
on the blood, as a thorough purifier
Entertains- Ladies Auxiliary. Mrs! I makes it especially useful as a spring
H. C. Peters of 1031 Fourteenth street mdicine. This grand alterative tonic
1 . V. 1 - - . rtll jl-.tn.
jysieruay auernoon entertained the I is sold under guarauiw at an
(ladies auxiliary to the Brotherhood of I gists. B0 cents.
Specials for Saturday
Ask to see some of the exquisite new Spring Hats.
60-Inch full bleached, pure linen, fresh Table Dsmask. 42c yard.
Not more than two cloths to one buyer, all day Saturday, yard 42c.
75 dozen odd patterns, pure linen, medium size Napkins. 1.69 per
dozen, no cloths to match, so they go all day Saturday at $1.69.
, Those well-known W. T. Corsets with hose supporters, attached.
Saturday 79c each, 79c.
Hemstitched Sviss Handkerchiefs, embroidered all around. Satur
day 7c each. 7c.
Nice white hemstitched Handkerchiefs,, embroidered corner and
initial. Saturday 3 c.
Full size bleached and unbleached Sheets, regular 62s value. Sat
urday 49c each. r
Tapestry squares for chair seats and sofa pillow covers, which sold
for 65c. your choice Saturday 47c each. !n the Upholstery dept., 47c.
Peroxide of Hydrogen, per bottle. 5c.
Pozzoni's famous Complexion Powder, large box 29c.
Wire Hair Pins, large box, assorted sizes, 2 boxes for DC.
Solid steel Scissors, the best sizes, full nickeled, only 23c.
Those fine salted Spanish Peanuts, pound, 10c.
Once more those delicious Vanilia and assorted Chocolate Fudges,
12k lb.. 12C.
Again Saturday, all day those p'ump 9c Cotton Batts, f ir roll 6C.
Women's 3.00 and 3.50 Patent Leather Shoes, choice of two
desirable styles, per pair, $1.97.
Yard-wide full bleached Muslin, per yard 5c.
Dwight Star 42 inch seamless bleached Pillcw Tubing, yard. 13c.
Mercerized English Gloria Umbrellas, choice boxwocd handles. 69c.
House Wrappers for'59c, worth to 1.25. this tine just 5'3c.
Saturday clean-up of waists. A nice variety including White Lawn
Waists, worth to 2.00, at 67c. no mistake. b7c.
Nice white envelopes, 2 packages for 5c.
Assorted Back Combs, mounted ana plain, vcrth to 37c. quick 10c-
Nickeled Chain Purses, imported from Germany, very special 25c.
Children's white all-wool and worsted 1.00 Sweaters, take them
12 dozen Men's 18c Merino Socks, just half, a'l day 9c pair.
2-yard Crepe de Chene Scsrfs. 23 inches v ide, all silk, hemstitched
both ends." 1.50 value, all day 87c.
A beautiful assortment of Signet Hat Pins, fancy designs, worth to
1.00, Saturday all day 58c. each 58c.
Range Teakettles, nickel plated, special for Saturday. 22cJ
Black fibre Lunch' Boxes.'with leather handle, Saturday Sc.
13-inch embossed nickel plated Serving Trays, 5c.
Hard wood Coat Hangers, 2c each 2c.
Blue mottled white lined Granite Wash Basins, worth 25c. Satur-
day i-c. , i
The Glenny Sleeve or Shirt Waist Ironing Boards, worth 45c. Satur
day, each 29c.
At 3 o'clock Saturday. Ladies' rivited frame Handbags,' assort
ed shapes, only o9c. . .
Men's cotton and worsted mixed Working Shirts, regular 75c value.
at 7:30 P. M.. all sizes. 29c.
600 vards daintv Drinted fleece dovns. Persian Fl.mnelettes and Mel
rose Cloths, worth Up to 1 6$c yard. 2:30 P. M.. 5c yard.
20 pieces fancy Dress Ginghams and plain color Chambravs. 9:30
A. M., yard 5c.
Cocoa Door Mats, 25c.
Several good patterns Standard Linoleum. 37ic yard, 37c. .
Oak Jardiniere Stands, 12 inch tops. 20 inches high, 32c.
$3.50 large Oak Rockers with arms and saddle seats. $2.25.
75c all-wool Ingrain Carpets, In small rolls, 50c yard.
Saturday Evening, February 15, 1908
1. March "RICHARD CARVEL" Churchill
2. Selection" FANTAN A" Hubbell
3. Characteristic-'THE SMILER" Wenrich
4. Novelette "PALMETTO" '. McKay
6. March "SANTA, CLAUS" Vokc :
7. Selection "THE' WIZARD OF OZ" . Tieljtas
8. lntermezzo-"THE HYACINTH" Hatch
9. Medley-"FAWN EYES-' ....Johnson
10. Mazurka-"MAY BLOSSOMS" ....Lambert
11. Selection-"THE PRINCE OF PILSEN" Luders
12. March "AMERICAN JOCKEY" THolst
. ten: Wis h J
: ,TH10ltltBAti CICAM
Neglected Colds Threaten Life.
(From the Chicago Tribune.)
4 'Don't trifle with a cold. Is good
advice for prudent men and women.
It may be vital in the case of a child.
Proper food, good ventilation, and dry,
warm clothing are the proper safe
guards against colds. If they are main
tained through the changeable weather I
of autumn, winter and spring, the
chances of a surprise from ordinary
colds will be slight. But the ordinary
light cold will become severe if ne
lected. and a well established ripe
cold Is "to the germs of diphtheria what
honey is to the bee. The greatest
menace to child life at this season of
the year is the t neglected cold.
Whether it Is a child or adult, the cold
slight or severe, the very best treat
ment that can be adopted is . to give
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It. Is
safe and sure. The great , popularity
and Immense sale of this preparation
has been, attained by its . remarkable
cures of this ailment A cold never
results in pneumonia when it is given.
For sale by all druggists. " -AUthenews
all the time The Argus.
Come In and see us we'll make your wish, come true! The holi
days, winter with the coal bills and other bills, and perhaps a little
slackening of Work, makes us all wish sometimes.
We can't eat our own cake and have it, too, bowever, so we wish t
loan you the money you need to tide you over your temporary difficulties.
You wish for money so do we; but- we'll let you have your wish
first, and then perhaps when you get on your feet again and pay us
back, we'll get our wish, too. ,
We'll let you have the money quickly privately for as long as
you may need It and on most reasonable term., on your furniture, pi
ano, horses, wagons, or other personal property, but the property Is
left In your own jjossessln. We'll treat you right; you'll flnd we're fair
and you'll like our easy plan of repaying u-j. Tell us how much you
wish for today or write or phone us, and our confidential agent will
' call on you.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
MITCHELL LTNOD BLOCK, ROOM SS, ROCK I?LAIfD. .
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. mand 8aturday evenings. Telephone
west 514; new telephone $011.
A tissue builder, flesh producer,
brings health and happiness into the
system. That's what Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea has done for millions.
Twill do the same for you. " 35 cents,
tea or tablets. Harper House pharmacy.