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THK Alt GUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1900.
Houises For Sale
A neat little cottage, 5 rooms.
14& street, lot
A new 7-room bouse. 44th
street, just being built. Beau
tlful location, near
car line $2,000
An S-room house on 13th av
enue near 10th street, mod
dern. lot 40x130 $2,000
A C-room house on 9th
street, near 5th avenue,
lot 70x150 $2,000
A very pretty cottage on 7th
avenue. C rooms, city water,
fine lot 50x140 $2,600
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 hall,
east front, lot 50xllo2.
14 Y, street $3,000
A story and a half house. Cth
avenue above 28th street, 6
rooms, good barn. lot
4t;xlCS. a bargain $2,600
A neat little 5-room cottage
on 2lt street above 10th av
enue, one of the best resi
dence districts in
A beautiful little house, 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 nine-room house; furnace,
bath, electric lights and gas;
cement walks, elegant laun
dry, carpenter shop in rear
worth $300; on 29th street;
a big snap
A seven-room house on 12th
street; gas and city water;
east front; new house;
lot GuxlSO $3,300
An S-room modern home on
22nd street, bath, furnace,
electric lights, a
snap at $3,700
A beautiful home on ICth
street. C rooms, elegant re
ception hall, thoroughly
A modern home on 12th
street, 7 rooms, electric lights
hot air furnace, paved street, j
lot 40x140 .$4,100
A brand new nine-room house
on 42nd street; modern in
every particular; an elegant
location for a
An S-room house on 21st
street, above Ninth avenue,
modern improvements, east
front, lot 50x140 $4,300
A big lot C5xl40, on 4th av
enue, two houses on lot, one
a large modern home, the oth
er a small cottage, beautiful
location and a decided
An 8-room house, modern,
22nd street, lot
A beautiful home on 7th av
enue, modern in every dwtail,
good barn on lot, 50xl2G,
paved street $5,000
An elegant house on 21st
street, east front, nine rooms,
modern throughout ...$6,500
A fine large home on ISth
street. 10 rooms, modern,
lot 11)0x175 $15,000
A new seven-room house at
1228 12th street; gas and city
water; big lot; rent will be
made low for a desirable
We have $0,300 worth of
Sterling, 111., 5 per cent muni
cipal bonds for sale at par,
thus netting the purchaser 5
per cent per annum. This is
an ideal investment one that
is absolutely safe, with no
trouble or aelay in collection
of interest or principal.
Two brick store buildings
with flats on second floor,
will sell one or both, never
vacant, will net better than
8 per cent after taking out ev
ery possible expense. Can be
bought at reasonable figure.
Building lots. $50 down and
balance $10 per month. We
have them all over town.
Fire Insurance, surety
bonds of all kinds at lowest
Money to loan on real es
Our office will be open Wed
nesday and Saturday nights.
HURT AT ST. LOUIS
Clarence Martin in Critical Con
dition at Hospital
BURIED UNDER EMBANKMENT
Telegram to Parents Summons Mother
to Bedside Fear Injuries Will
Clarence Martin, 501 Fourteenth
street, president of the high schooi
graduating class of 1906, is in a crit
ical condition in a hospital at St. Louis
as a result of injuries received from
the caving in of an embankment. His
mother is hastening to his bedside in
response to a message received this
morning . There were no particulars
received further than that he was bur
ied in an embankment which bad cav
ed In on him. It is feared that his in
juries are dangerous and that he may
Kinployrtl lty Im-le.
Young Martin, since his graduation
from the high school, has been em
ployed as timekeeper for his uncle, R.
S. Johnson of Davenport, who has
charge of a railroad construction con
tract near St. Louis. He was one of
the most popular young men of his
class, and his many friends in this
city will hear with regret the news of
his misfortune. He is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. Iawrence Martin. .He is
about 19 years of age.
Wiley is visiting
MAY BE SOLUTION
Track Right Exchange Af
fecting Rock Island.
THE PLAN OF THE CLUB
Interest in Exclusive Territory Here
May Be Traded for Like Privi
leges at Other Points.
PASS THROUGH THE CITY
Cavalrymen from Fort Snelling to
Come in Special Train.
Next Monday four troops of cavalry
from Fort Snelling will pass through
the city, enroute to Indianapolis, where
the men participate in the army man
euvers. The cavalrymen arrive in the
city over the Rock Island in a special
train. They leave Minneapolis Sun
day evening. It is thought that the
troops will remain in this city over
night Monday. The train includes ac
commodations for 145 men. 5 officers.
as well as for their horses and equip
friends in Toulon.
very low at his home, Cll West Sev-iRoads Sa,d be Considering
enteenth street, Davenport
Miss Kate Kelly, 2526 Sixth avenue,
has gone to Chicago to .attend the fun
eral of her cousin, Mrs. Anna Madien
Mr. and Mrs .Henry Voigt and chil
dren of Quincy are visiting at the home
of Mrs. M. Dumbeck, 707 Twenty-third
John J. Kelly left this morning over
the Rock Island road for New York,
from where he will sail for Ireland for
an extended visit.
Mrs. Jessie Van Sfeenwyk, who has
been visiting for the last two weeks
with Miss Metta Foster, returned yes
terday morning to her home in Keokuk,
Among the passengers on the steam
er Quincy yesterday for St. Paul were
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Miller. Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Peterson, P. R. Ingelson, and the
Misses Minnie and Edna Erickson.
J. E. Clarke of Chicago, traveling
freight agent for the Denver & Rio
Grande, and J. R. Chism of Peoria,
agent for the Inter-State Dispatch, are
in Rock Island today on business.
M. W. Campbell, formerly city editor
of The Argus, left last night for his
old home near Independence, Iowa,
where he will visit until Saturday,
when he goes to Ottumwa to enter
upon his new duties as editor of the
Courier in that city.
Leon and Ardo Mitchell and W. B.
Mixter of this city, Decker French and
D. W. Middleton of Davenport, are at
Des Moines representing the Rock Is
land Golf club at the annual champion
ship tournament of the Iowa Golf as
sociation, which opened today.
J. E. Montrose of Cedar Rapids
spent last night at the Harper enroute
to Old Mission, Mich., where he joins
his family at his summer cottage. His
brother. Slater Montrose, accompanied
him for a vacation before taking up
his work at the Hotel Montrose, Cedar
Schreiner Et Hubbard,
1801 1-2 Second Ave. Old Phone 702 Y
iVL V MONEY
NEVER RUNS OUT
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING, SELLING OR EXCHANGING
8ECOND HAND GOOD8 I STAND ALONE. NOW THEN THE MOST
BEAUTIFUL PART OF MY WHOLE LIFE HAS BEEN TO KEEP
MY WORD, FOR I PLAINLY SEE IT HAS MADE ME MONEY AND
FRIENDS. COME FEARLESSLY AND DEAL WITH ME. AL-
THOUGH A CRANK I LOVE TO PLEASE YOU JUST THE SAME.
I ACTUALLY HAVE PEOPLE THAT TRADE IN MY STORE THAT
HATE ME. WHY DO THEY TRADE WITH SUCH A MAN? PURE
AND SIMPLE, THERE NEVE"R WAS A SPOT LIKE IT, THAT CAR
RIES $10,000 WORTH OF SECOND HAND GOODS. SO NOW
WHEN WE WANT ANYTHING WE WILL ALL GO DOWN TO
JONES' SECOND HANDED STORES. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO. BOTH PHONES, THE OLD AND THE YOUNG 3
ONE. I DON'T CARE WHETHER YOU READ THIS AD OR NOT.
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, 1623 2d Ave.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK I8LAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent
Interest Paid oo
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell, President.
H. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1870,
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell A Lynde's building.
R. R. Cable,
William H. Dart,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
H. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & Hurst.
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT
Mrs. Anna Hendricks Arrested on Com
plaint of Mrs. Mary Sawyer.
As a result of an incident on Eigh
teenth street, at the alley between
First and Second avenues, Mrs. Anna
Hendricks is being tried on an assault
and battery charge before Justice G.
Albert Johnson this afternoon, the
complainant being Mrs. Mary Sawyer.
Mrs. Sawyer was brought before Mag
istrate Elliott last evening, but on pay
ment of the costs the case was dismiss
ed. She claims that she was attacked
without provocation. Her face was
PROPOSE A NEW TERMINUS
Watertown Interurban May Make Loop
on Fifteenth in Moline.
A new terminus for the Watertown
interurban at the Moline end is pro
posed in recommendations which have
been sent east by the engineers of the
Tri-City Railway & Light company.
It is the plan to bring the interurban
south on Twenty-third street from
Fourth to Fifth avenue, and thence
west on the present Blue line to Fif-,
tecnth street, where the cars would
make a loop.
Death of Mrs. Adams From Acute Lung
and Stomach Trouble Burial
at Grand Rapids, Mich.
An autopsy on Mrs. Lillian Adams,
who died suddenly yesterday noon on
the Rocky Mountain limited as the
train reached Rock Island, showed
that death was caused by acute oedema
of both lungs, associated with acute
dilitation of the stomach. The au
topsy, which was conducted by Dr.
Carl O. Bernhardt and Dr. A. H. Fos
ter .yesterday afternoon, showed that
Mrs. Adams had been in very poor
condition, suffering from several
cnronic diseases. The circumstances
of her death were so unusual that her
husband. A. A. Adams, insisted on the
autopsy. After hearing Mr. Adams'
testimony and the physicians' report
of the autopsy, the coroner's jury re
turned a verdict of death from the
The remains were taken by Mr. Ad
ams today to Grand Rapids, Mich., Mrs.
Adams former home, for burial.
Apropos of the discussion of the
necessity of more railway switch tracks
in the lower end of the city, taken up
at the meeting at the Rock Island ICub
Tuesday evening, it is said that one
of the deals that are now in progress,
as alluded to Monday night, is one
whereby an interchange of rights in
this city and elsewhere will be made.
This will give one or two of the roads
now in the city the track rights here
that the business men are so anxious
to see secured by other than the one
line now holding them.
KxchnnKr KxcIiimIw ItlKhlx.
The interchange of rights in exclu
sive territory is not an uncommon ad
justment, a line holding exclusive
track rights in one city, or between
two cities, exchanging an interest in
its rights for like interests in certain
other cities or between cities, where
the second road has like exclusive
The details of the proposed exchange
are not given out, but it is understood
that an interest in exclusive rights
here will be traded for joint rights
of two other roads elsewhere.
If the deal goes through, it will par
tially, if not completely, solve .".lie
problem taken up at the meeting at
Open a Box for the
Leave it where they can reach
it. Watch them gain in weight.
Watch their cheeks grow ruddy
with health and life.
are the only Soda Crackers
the most nutritious food made
from wheat, therefore the most
wholesome food for children.
In a dust tight.
moisture proof package.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
TO BLACK DIPHTHERIA
Moline Man Depended on Divine Heal
ing and Witch Hazel Five
Cases in Family.
Health Commissioner Dr. R. J. C.
Meyer of Moline yesterday discovered
three cases of black diphtheria in the
family of W. J. Walton, in White's ad
dition, near Thirty-second street, Mo
line. The afflicted were children be
tween the ages of 4 and 1.1. This morn
ing two more cases were discovered in
the same family. The whole neighbor
hood has been exposed to the dread
disease, and the entire locality is un
Asked if he had any idea what was
the matter with the children, the fath
er replied that he had, and in response
to an inquiry as to why he had not
caHed a physician, he said that he
thought that divine healing and a little
witch hazel would bring recovery.
IVL a. tcli less Values
Got I eg"
South Rock Island Fire.
The fire department was called to
the home of Ed Martin near the corner
of Eighteenth avenue and Twenty
sixth street last evening about 7:45.
The fire started In the attic presumab
ly from spontaneous combustion. It
was under control by the time the de
partment arrived. The building was
damaged to the extent of about $130.
Notice of Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Black Hawk Homestead
Building Loan & Saving Association
will be held at the secretary's office in
the Bengston block, Rock Island, III.,
on Tuesday evening, July 17, 190G, at
S o'clock p. m., for the purpose of elect
ing four directors for the period of
three years, and the transaction of such
other business as may properly come
before the meeting.
E. D. SWEENEY, President.
T. J. ME DILL, Secretary..
Bowel Complaint in Children.
During the summer months children
are subject to disorders of the bowels
which should receive careful. attention
as soon as the first unnatural looseness
of the bowels appears. The best medi
cine in use for bowel complaint is
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy as it promptly controls
any unnatural looseness of the bowels.
For sale by all leading druggists.
It is always well to have a box of
salve in the house. Sunburn, cuts,
bruises, piles and boils yield to De
Witt's Witch Haeel Salve. Should keep
a box on hand at all times to provide
for emergencies. For years the stand
ard, but followed by' many imitators.
Be sure you get the genuine DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. All druggists.
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 should bear sig
nature and address.
Thimble Party. A thimble party
will be given at the home of Mrs. E.
D. Sweeney, 81G Twentieth street, to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock under
the auspices of the Woman's Foreign
Missionary society of the First Metho
dist church. The ladies of the congre
gation will be the guests.
Wednesday Euchre Club. Mrs. C. F.
Gaetjer is this afternoon entertaining
the Wednesday Euchre club at her
home, 1116 Seventeenth street.
John M. Walker, for 71 years a resi
dent of Rock Island county, died at
his home in Canoe Creek township
yesterday. Death was due to old age.
Mr. Walker was born in Kentucky in
1817 and came to Rock Island county
in 1835. He is survived by one son,
Thomas Walker of Washington, and
two daughters. Mrs. Nancy Scott, and
Mrs. Jane Atkinson, at home. His
wife died several years ago. The fu
neral services will be held from the
home tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Rev. Mr. Beers officiating. Burial
takes place at Mt. Malia.
Word was received In this city this
morning announcing the death of Mrs.
Minnie Ihlenfeld, at her home near
Blue Island, of quick consumption.
She was formerly Miss Minnie Riess
of Rock Island, and is survived by her
husband, Charles Ihlenfeld, her broth
er, A. J. Riess, and a sister, Mrs.
George Gumtow, both of this city. Bur
ial takes place Friday morning at Fin
ley Park, 111.
LIGHTED PIPE; EXPLOSION
Oscar Shelgren of Moline, Injured on
Oscar Shelgren of 614 Fourth av
enue. Moline, suffered a very painful
injury last night about 10 o'clock on
the levee. He had lighted his pipe and
thrown the lighted match into a barrel
containing oil." The oil exploded and
burned his face on the right side and
one hand. He was at once removed to
the Harper house pharmacy and medi
cal aid summoned and the wounds
dressed. His injuries, however, were
not found to be serious and he was
Ex-soldiers of the Spanish American
war wishing to register for homestead
in the rich Shoshoni reservation. Wy
oming. can send their certificates of
discharge out with me, as I know the
ropes at the land office. I can attend
to registering for a limited number.
Will leave Rock Island Sunday, July
15. DR. A. E. WRIXOX.
Cor Third Ave. and 17th St.
Genuine German lager at the Ponce
De Leon, opposite postoffice. Lunch all
Does evil still, your whole life fill?
Does woe betide?
Your thoughts abide on suicide?
You need a pill!
-Now for prose and facts DeWitt's I Licensed to Wed,
Little Early Risers are the most pleas-; Joe A. Lundberg Ro.ck Island
ant and reliable pills known today. Grace Exner Rock Island
They never gripe. Sold by all drug-. Willow "White
Hildur M. Swanson Moline J A RGTJS.
Modest dawns Often Carry the Most
When Maxim, the famous gun inven
tor, placed his gun before a committee
of judges, he stated its carrying power
to be much below what he felt sure the
cun would accomplish. The result of
the trial was therefore a great surprise,
instead of disappointment. It is the
same with the manufacturers of Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. They do not publicly boast
of all this remedy will accomplish, but
prefer to let the users make the state
ments. What they do claim, is that it
will positively cure diarrhoea, dysen
tery, pains in the stomach and bowels
and has never been known to fail. For
sale by all leading druggists.
A sweet breath adds to the Joys of a
kiss You wouldn't want to kiss your
wife, mother or sweetheart with a bad
breath. You can't have a sweet oreath
without a healthy stomach. You can't
have a healthy stomach without per
fect digestion. There is only one rem
edy that digests what you eat and
makes the breath as sweet as a rose
and that remedy is Kodol for dyspep
sia. It is a relief for sour stomach,
palpitation of the heart, and other ail
ments arising from disorder of the
stomach and digestion. Take a little
Kodol after your meals and see what
It will do for you. Sold by all drug
gists. All the news all the time THE
A. collection of Outing Suits, coat ami trouseiH,
cool, comfortable, .smart looking tK, worth $l.r
and $18, wide selection of ray eilects, at even
Boys' and children's Hats, Straw Hats, at just
MfE are getting in No. 1 country
" butter every day, which we will
retail by the jar or pound at
17c per lb.
FRESH EGGS, 15c PER DOZEN.
SPECIAL PRICE ON PEACHES, 15
CENTS A BASKET.
bll Seventeenth St.. Rock Island
Old phone 721 K. New phone, 5211.
RIVER RIP LET, S.
The North Star. Zalus Davis, R. Hut-le:lg-
and H. I. Kendall brought down
logs. The W. W. came down and the
Ti. Hershey and Kvrett went north.
The Prfscott, Mac, Ruth, and Kclipse
were north and south. The Hek-n isialr
was up from the south.
At G a. m., the stage of water was
S.25 and practically stationary.
Former Governor Van Sant, who for
the greater part of his life has been
engaged in upper Mississippi river
business, has demonstrated his faith
in his statement that the era of the
river's greatness is just dawning by
awarding contracts for two new steam
ers to be added to his fleet.
Nearly stationary stages in the Mis
sissippi will continue from DubuquH to
M ii. sea i irt.
IlIVER FOR ISC A ST.
Flood H'ght Ch'go
stage 7 am. 2 1 hr
feet feet fe-t
St. Paul 14 9.5 0.3
Red Wing 14 l.'i 0.1
Reeds Lartding 12 .."1 0.2
La Crosse 12 S.l -0.2
Prairie du Clih-n IS 9.7 O.t
Dubuque 18 10.4 0.0
Le Claire 10 C.2 0.0
Rock Island l.r X.2 0.1
Don Moines Rapids ... X 4.C 0 2
Keokuk 10 X.o 0.1
St. Iuls 30 ICS 0.S
Memphis S3 13.8 0.4
New Orleans 1J 0.0
J. iL SHERIER, Local Forecaster
"T""J Your lungs have all they tin do.
777 TT Mm Z? O They work night and day, and are
LL II V Xl COt faithful to the end. Then use them
J well. If they are rasping and tear
ing themselves by hard coughing, come to their relief. Give them Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It heals, soothes, quiets. Your doctor will explain its action
to you. Ask him all about it.
W h.T. no Rtor M I Wft DabUlh
fopm'i!s of mi onr inedilri.f
J. C Ayrr Co.,
l.own, I J.
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