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THE IARGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 190C.
House ' for Sale?
WE HAVE THE BUYER YOU HAVE THE HOUSE. LIST
IT WITH US AND BRING THE TWO TOGETHER.
. DOESN'T COST YOU A CENT UNLESS WE MAKE THE
We Want to Buy
Flve houses. 6 or 7 rooms,
modern, desirable location,
cash deals . . .$3,000 to $4,000
One C-room house, east or
south part of town; about
iilAjineat little cottage. 5 rooms,
146 street, lot
A new 7-room house. 44th
street, just being built. Beau
tiful location, near
car line $2,000
A modern C-room cottage,
electric lights, hot air fur
nace, east front
14th street $2,700
An up-to-date cottage. C
rooms, large reception hali.
east front, lot 50x115.
14,fc street $3,000
A story and a half house. Cth
avenue above 2Sth street. C
rooms. good- barn, lot
46x168, a bargain $2,600
A neat little 5 room cottage
on 21ct street above 10th av
enue, one of the best resi
dence districts in
A beautiful little houce. C
rooms, on 14th street, mod
ern, has big shady front
A 7-room house. Fifteenth
street, near Long View park.
Modern in every particular.
An elegant home $3,500
A modern 8-room house on
22nd street, convenient to
cars. Must be sold inside of
30 days, price has been
cut to $4,000
A modem home on 12th
street. 7 rooms, electric lights
hot air furnace, paved street.
lot 40x140 . $4,W)0
1S01 1-2 Second Ave.
MY M. N E Y
NEVER RUNS OUT
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING, SELLING OR EXCHANGING
8ECONO HAND GOODS I STAND ALONE. NOW THEN THE MOST
BEAUTIFUL PART OF MY WHOLE LIFE HAS BEEN TO KEEP
MY WORD, FOR I PLAINLY SEE
CIS FRIENDS. COME FEARLESSLY
Twnnr.u a rRANK I I nvF in PLEASE YOU JUST THE SAME.
I ACTUALLY HAVE PEOPLE THAT
. . . i i w ma i ir -v r- A r-i r-
HAI C IVIfc. ww n T UU I ntl I nn.LJ a.
AND SIMPLE, THERE NEVER WAS
RIES $10,000 WORTH OF SECOND
WHEN WE WANT ANYTHING WE
JONES' SECOND HANDED STORES. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO. BOTH PHONES, THE OLD AND THE YOUNG
& ONE. I DONT CARE WHETHER YOU READ THIS AD OR NOT. O
& I AM STILL THE MEANEST MAN IN TOWN. AND YOU
CANT STOP ME FROM WANTING TO BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD
GOODS, SELL YOU HOUSEHOLD GOODS, STORE YOUR GOODS,
AND MAKE YOU A LOAN ON' HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HOUSE
HOLD GOODS SOLD ON PAYMENTS. GOODS SOLD ON COMMIS
SION. SO COME AND MAKE JUST ONE LITTLE DEAL WITH ME
FOR A CONVINCER. I THANK YOU FOR READING THIS.
WILL BUY MORTGAGES AND NOTES. MAKE SMALL LOANS
ON REAL ESTATE. OPEN EVENINGS.
J. W. JONES,
S ESTABLISHED 1834.
Have yon tried it? It is tlie best thing on
the market for the pipe. A rare blending
of the finest American and foreign to
baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c.
Ercade Cigar Sfore
Harper Houm lock.
One modern 8-room house, lo-
cated between 19th and 23rd
streets; must be convenient
to street cars.
An 8-room house on 21st
street, above Ninth avenue,
modern Improvements, east
front, lot 50x140 $4,300
A -big lot 05x140. on 4th av
enue, two houses on lot, one
a large modern home, the oth
.er a small cottage, beautiful
location aud a decided
bargain , $4,500
An 8-room house, modern,
22nd street, lot
A beautiful home on 7th av
enue, modern in every detail,
good barn on lot, 50xl2G,
paved street $5,000
A fine, iarge home in South
Rock - Island, modern, with
two acres of grounds . .$6,000
A good truck farm near Mo
line, 25 acres, land near by
is selling for twice the price.
Per acre $215
A new 9-room house, modern
throughout, electric lights,
elegantly finished, faces Long
View park, owner expects to
leave the city and wants to
sell quick. Price has been
cut to $4,600
Building lots all over town
all prices all kinds of
Fire insurance, surety
bonds of all kinds at lowest
Money to loan on real es
Old Phone 702Y
IT HAS MADE ME MONEY AND
AND DEAL WITH ME. AL- Sf
TRADE IN MY STORE THAT j
uitII CI U A UM DIIDB
Mini wwn n.ivimi rwrtb
A SPOT LIKE IT, THAT CAR-
HAND GOODS. SO NOW
WILL ALL GO DOWN TO
1623 2d Ave. I
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. &
John P. Sexton, Prop.
INJURY IS FATAL
Thomas Cowling Fails to' Re
cover From Shock of San .
WAS IN THE GEARY HOTEL
Recovered Temporarily But Scon Be
came Worse Wife Still Compell
ed to Use Crutches.
Thomas Cowling died yesterday
morning at 0:40 at the home, 1100 First
avenue, his death resulting directly
from the injuries he received in the
collapse of the Geary hotel at San
Francisco in the earthquake of April
18, and the general breakdown, of his
health caused by the shock of his ex
periences in that disaster. Mr. Gow
llng was suffering from pneumonia
when he left early in the spring for
California, and while greatly improved,
was not entirely well at the time of
the earthquake. He suffered severe in
juries, internal as well as external. He
recovered and after returning was able
for a time to be about the city. About
six weeks ago his condition became
such that he was compelled to retire to
his bed, and for weeks he suffered ter
Herr 15 Yenrn.
Mr. Cowling had been a resident of
Rock Island for 15 years, during all of
that time being employed as superin
tendent of the Tri-Clty Railway com
pany's power house in this city. He
was 57 years of age, having been born
Aug. 28, 1848, at Northumberland. Eng
land. He came to the United States
when a young man, and for some years
resided at Port Huron. Mich. He was
married there in May, 1S84. Besides
his wife, who was also injured in the
earthquake accident, and is still unable
to walk without the aid of crutches, he
leaves two children. Lawrence E. Cow
ling, and Miss Lillian Cowling, both
at home. His sister, Miss Mary Cow
ling of Comma, Canada, has been in
the city for several months attending
Mr. and Mrs. Cowling. Mr. Cowling
leaves a brother, Edward, at Port Hu
ron. He was a member of Trio lodge, No.
57, A. F. and A. M.. and that order will
couduct the funeral services, which
will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon, from the home. Members of
the lodge will attend in a body, and
form the escort to the cemetery. Burial
takes place at Chippiannock cemetery,
C. H. Baker, aged 58, died suddenly
Saturday evening at. 8:30 of heart fail
ure, after but a day's illness, at the
home in the rear of 516 Sixth street.
Mr. Baker was taken ill in the morning
but as his condition was not regarded
at all serious, no physician was call
ed. In the evening he became sudden
ly worse, and death followed in a few
minutes. Dr. W. H. Snively was call
ed, but not until too late to reach the
home before Mr. Baker was dead.
Coroner L. V. Eckhart was notified,
and yesterday morning an inquest was
held at the home, the jury returning a
Ferdict of death from heart failure, af
ter hearing the evidence of the family
Mr. Baker was born in Bavaria, Ger
many, Nov. 14, 1848. At the age of 14
he came to the United States, and
since that time made his home in
Rock Island. He was married 31 years
ago at Cambridge, and besides his wife
leaves one daughter, Mrs. Marie Chris
tine Ehlers. A brother, John Baker,
The funeral services were held this
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home,
conducted by Rev. R. B. Williams, pas
tor of the First Methodist church. Bu
rial took place at Chippiannock ceme
tery. Maguire Funeral.
Funeral services over the remains of
Bearnard F. Maguire were begun this
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home, 749
Thirtieth street, conducted by Rev. G.
H. Sherwood, rector of Trinity Episco
pal church. Burial takes place at Chip
piannock cemetery. A. H. Lambert, Q.
Liltt, O. Priester, R. S. Dart, Pierce
Maguire, and T. J. Maguire are pall
bearers. Mr. Maguire's brother's fam
ily from Chicago were in the city to
attend the funeral servjees.
The remains arrived last evening
from Goldfield, Nev., where Mr. Ma
guire's death occurred from pneumo
nia, He is survived by his wife, Annie
H. Maguire, a daughter, Eve Galvin,
and a grandson. Emmet Galvin.
Mrs. Maria J. Patterson, one of the
pioneers of the lower end of the coun
ty, died at the home of her son, J. H.
Patterson, one-half mile south of Edg
ington postofflce, at 2 o'clock yester
day morning after an illness of four
months with ailments Incidental to old
age. She passed tne tvia milestone
Feb. 5 last. A native of Alleghany
county. New York, she came to this
county with her parents at the age of
Perfect In quality. I
Moderate In price. t
15 years, and had lived in Edgington
and Buffalo Prairie townships ever
since. She was married to William
Patterson, but was left a widow in the
60's, and in later years had made her
home with her children. The surviv
ing children are Mrs. Sarah Baker and
J. H. of Edgington, George of Buffalo
Prairie, and William of Clay county
Minnesota. The funeral was held this
afternoon from the home, with burial
in the Edgington cemetery. Rev. T. R.
Johnson of Buffalo Prairie officiated
Bernard Reticker died at his home
near Taylor Ridge at 12:20 this after
noon, of paralysis. He had been ill
only since last Tuesday. He was
farmer and well known in the lower
end of the county. His wife and four
Funeral services over the remains of
Mrs. C. E. Hodgson were held Satur
day afternoon from the home, 182
Fifth avenue, conducted by Rev. H. W,
Reed, pastor of the First Baptist
church. W. H. Jordan. S. J. Woodin
W. B. Mclntyre, Joseph Lewis, Grant
Zimmerman, and L. E. West acted as
pallbearers. Burial took place at Chip
Miss Genevieve Lawrence left yes
terday morning for a visit with friend
at La Porte, Ind.
Mrs. Charles McHugh and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth, returned this after
noon from their visit to Cedar Rapids,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamilton will
leave shortly for San Diego, Cal., for i
visit of six months with a view of per
manently locating there.
J. II. Trimble left Saturday night for
New Orleans. Mrs. Trimble Is still at
the bedside of her mother, who is ill
at her home iu Keokuk.
Misses Julia and Margaret Cork en
accompanied by their cousin, Mrs
Katherine Bailey, left this morning for
Blue Island to attend the wedding of
their niece. Miss Mannie Meenen
which will take place Wednesday ev
eniug at 5 o'clock.
Mrs. F. H. Schroeder and Miss Bess
Mirfield have returned from Ann Ar
bor, Mich., where they attended the
graduating exercises of the University
of Michigan. C. J. Schroeder of this
city was among the graduates of the
law school of the university.
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
be Kindly received and published. Hut
In either case the identity of the sender
must be made Known, to insure relia
bility. v ritten notices should bear sig
nature and address. j
Tenth Wedding Anniversary. Mr,
and Mrs. George Ohge of 1325 Sixth
avenue, were very pleasantly surprised
Saturday evening by a large company
of friends who came to help them cele
brate their tin wedding anniversary
Cinch was played at five tables. Prizes,
which were all of tin, fell to Mrs. II.
Stelk and H. Horst; bxby to Mrs. Fur
long and C. Martin; consolation to
Mrs. B. Theus and W. Slagle. Refresh
ments were served in tin dishes. Mr.
and Mrs. Ohge received many articles
Reception to Commander. At Me
morial hall Saturday evening the Wo-
mon's Relief corps gave a reception to
Department Commander E. H. Buck,
this being a formal recognition of the
honor he Las brought to the organiza
tions of Rock Island county. John Bu-
ford and Graham posts were both well
represented, the latter bringing its
drum corps. All of the other military
organizations were also represented
Mrs. Ella Godfrey presided. Speeches
were made by William McConochie, G.
W. McCaskrin of Rock Island. L. M.
Magill of Moline and Thomas Murphy
of Coal Valley. John W. Dewrose read
a congratulatory poem. After the
speeches had been made Commander
Buck was presented with a valuable
seal ring by Mrs. Godfrey upon behalf
of the relief corps.
Gets Cash Early in August.
The first pipe to be used in convey
ing natural gas from the wells to Mus
catine has been received and it is an
nounced by the company that has un
dcrtaken to supply the city with cheap
natural gas that service will begin
early in August.
; Promise of a Delightful Evening.
Petersen's big band is planning for
a delightful excursion on the fine
steamer W. W. Wednesday evening,
the boat leaving the foot of Nineteenth
street at 8:15. If the weather is fair.
it will be moonlight and a more pleas
ant way of. spending an evening could
not well be imagined.
The members of Trio lodge. No. 57,
A. F. and A. M., are requested to meet
at Masonic temple on Tuesday, June
26 at 1:15 p. m., sharp, to attend the
burial of our brother, Thomas Cowling.
The members of Rock Island lodge,
No. 658 and sojourning Masons are In
vited to join with us. By order of
A. W. GILLESPIE. W. M.
WILLIAM B. PETTIT, Sec.
Ask for Removal.
Judge Gest is this afternoon hearing
arguments on the question as to wheth
er Mrs. Laura Schmid should be re
moved to the hospital or kept at the
Cleanliness is the first law of beau
ty; also the second and third. No mat
ter what your complexion ills are, Hol
Hster's Rocky Mountain Tea will cure
them. 35 cents, tea or tablets. T. H.
Hold a County Chautauqua As
sembly Hera During
Week in August.
WORKING IN FIVE COUNTIES
Towns on Local Circuit Are Galvar,
Mendota, Princeton and Viola Then
Leave for Other District.
Leo F. Jeanmene of Waukegan was
In the city today making arrangements
for the Rock Island County Prohibition
Chautauqua assembly, which will be
held here Aug. 21 to 20. These chau
tauquas are held in each county in the
state, the speakers and entertainers
working in a circuit of five counties at
a time. During the week of the chau
tauqua here, others will be held at
Galva, Mendota, Princeton and Viola
The afternoon meetings are devoted
to prohibition lectures, but the even
ing programs are along general Chau
Day for AV. C. T. IT.
One day of the week is devoted to
the W. C. T. U.. and on that day Mrs
Florence D. Richards, acknowledged to
be the greatest W. C. T. U. orator in
the United States, will be heard. A
W. C. T. U. gold medal oratorical con
test is planned for that day. It is ex
pected that the closing meeting of the
week will be a union meeting of all of
the churches of the city. Mr. Jean
mene this evening will confer with
Rock Island people interested in the
matter, and definite plans will be mado
for the event. The meetings will be
held In the east end of the city in a
large tent, having a seating capacity of
1,000. The exact location has not been
Pei-uona on Program.
The talent to be heard here included
Hon. Frank S. Regan, the cartoonist
and art lecturer, who has been here in
the past; Colonel John Sobieskl of
California, heir to the throne of Po
land; Eugene W. Chafin of Chicago,
historian, lawyer and orator; Mrs.
Richards; the 'Menley quartet, well
known temperance entertainers, and
Chester L. Ricketts, reader and imper
sonator. The lecture of Colonel Sobi-
eski will be on "The Rise and Fall of
the Poland Republic." Other features
will be provided for the program.
RACING MATINEE ON JULY 4
Twin-City Driving Association Plans
Events for Day.
The Twin-City Driving association is
planning a matinee to be given at the
Ninth street track July 4. The list of
events and purses has not been com
pleted yet. but a good program is an
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held on Tuesday, the 2Cth
day of June, A. D. 1906, in the city
of Rock Island, 111., for the purpose ol
electing one member of the board of
education of Rock Island school dis
The polling place for said election
will be at Frick's livery barn. No. 1912
Third avenue, which election will be
opened at S o'clock in the morning and
continue open until 7 o'clock in thf
afternoon of that day.
The judges and clerks of election
residing in the First precinct of the
Fourth ward will be the judges and
clerks for this election.
Dated at Rock Island, 111., June 15.
GEORGE W. M'CASKRIN,
Moonlight Excursion on the W. W.
The Gustaf Adoloh lodge No. 26. 1. O
S.. will give a moonlight excursion
Thursdav evenine. June 28. Music by
the Bleuer-Hemenway orchestra. Dan
iner free. Gentlemen 35 cents. Ladies
Licensed to Wed.
Kail Kerr Moline
Laura Laursen Moline
George H. Roberts Boston, Mass.
Ellen B. Hudson Rock Island
Jules De Rose Moline
Marie L. Loenpult Moline
Deadly Serpent Bites
Are as common in India as are stora
ach and liver disorders with us. For
the latter, however, there is a Burt
remedy: Electric Bitters, the great
restorative medicine, of which S. A
Brown of Bennettsville, S. C, says:
They restored my wife to perfect
health, after years of suffering witli
dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liv
er." Electric Bitters cure chills ano"
fever, malaria, biliousness, lame back,
kidney troubles and bladder disorders
Sold on guarantee by Hartz & Ullemey
er, druggists. Price, 50 cents.
How to Break Up a Cold.
It may be a surprise to many to
learn that a severe cold can be com
pletely broken up In one or two days'
time. The first symptoms of a cold
are a dry, loud cough, a profuse waterj
discharge from the nose, and a thin
white coating on the tongue. When
Chamberlain's cough remedy Is taken
every hour on the first appearance of
these symptoms, It counteracts the ef
fect of the cold and restores the sys
tem to a healthy condition within
day or two. For sale by all leading
The sworn statement of the manufac
turers protects you from opiates in
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
the cough syrup that drives the cold
out of your system. Sold by all drug-
In the Name of Sense,
that good common sense
of which all of us have a
share, how can you continue
to buy ordinary soda crackers,
stale and dusty as they must
be, when for 5 you can get
fresh from the oven, protected
from dirt by a package the
very beauty of which makes
If you are in need of n good suit at a
low price, see these
If you need an extra pair of Trousers
see the fine ones that are placed on
THE OLD RELIABLE: GUN STOR.E
RIVER RIP LET S.
TI - ll. -ion Blair left this afternoon
for v,v so::ili. The Ruth. Emily, Pres-
cott. ami Lcl'p-Hj were north and south.
The Waunetta. Lizzie Gardner, J. W.
Van Sant and Lydia Van Sunt went
The stage of water was 9.75 all day.
A falling tendency in the Mississippi
will continue from Dubuque to Musca
tine. RIVER BULLETIN.
Flood H'ght Ch'ge
stage 7 am. 24 hrs.
feet feet feet
St. Paul 14 10.2 0.2
Red Wing 14 7.9 0.0
Reeds Landing 12 0.9 0.1
La Crosse 12 8.7 0.5
Prairie du Chien 18 10.7 0.4
Dubuque 18 11.8 0.4
can recommend anything better for throat and lung troubles, such as hard
couehs and colds, hoarseness, bronchitis, weak lungs. Do as he says, at any
rate. We are willing.
Le Claire 10 7.4 0.1
Rock Island 15 9.8 0.2
Des Moines Rapids .. . X 5.3 0.0
Keokuk 15 9.3 0.2
St. Jxniis 30 22.0 :0.S
Memphis 33 15.3 :0.3
New Orleans 10 8.G O.'J
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured in
Morton L. Hill, ot Lebanon, Ind ,
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism In every muscle and joint;
her suffering was terrible aud her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been In bed for six
weeka and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried the
Mystic Care for Rheumatism. It gave
Immediate relief and she was able to
walk about In three days. I am sure It
saved her life.- Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Gustav Schlegel & Son, 220 West Sec
ond street, Davenport.
Ask your doctor how long he has
known Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Ask him if he uses it himself, in
hia own family. Ask him if he
WlhuiiMrUI WpnblUa J. O. Ajar Co.,
tha formalin of all onrmrdifinMl I,ow.ll, Mm.