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THE kHGUS. MONDAY, 'AUGUST 13, 1906.
And Something About It
Did you say you wanted to buy a house?
If so, you're the fellow that this is intended for.
You see we have a good many houses for sale but this
is all about cne particular house and it's a beauty and a bar
gain. As you approach the house you will notice that it is an
east front that the lot is high with just a nice terrace. The
cement sidewalks, which add a great deal to the looks of the
place, extend all along the front of the lot clear around the
house and back to the alley.
The arrangement of the downstairs is such that your
wife can do all her housework without getting tired it's han
dydoesn't require a whole lot of unnecessary steps.
When you enter the front door you encounter an elegant
reception hall with a fine oak staircase leading upstairs. The
hall is as large as an ordinary room. Off to one side Is a
wide doorway connecting with the living room which is roomy
enough to justify the name. The dining rocm and the kitchen
occupy the balance of the downstairs. The kitchen has every
thing in it to make life comfortable gas stove, sink, hot and
cold water, big pantry, etc.
Downstairs from the kitchen is the cellar. You will no
tice that it is extra large, being under the whole house. Also,
that the foundations are of Le Claire- stone, and 13 inches
thick. The furnace is a good make and big enough to keep
the house warm in the coldest weather.
The upstairs was planned with an eye to convenience.
There are three bedrooms and a bath room all opening off of
the upstairs hallway. Each bedroom has two windows and a
roomy clothes closet and all three are extra large.
The bath room has a porcelain tub large enough for a
short swim. It is also furnished with every other conveni
ence including a medicine closet in which to keep the arnica.
The plumbing is strictly high grade. No danger of the water
pipes or connections rusting out and leaking all over the car
pets. You will be surprised at the price it is ridiculously low.
But the owner has a special reason for selling and is willing
to let it go at cost $3,600.
We would be glad to haul you out to look at the place
or any other of the numerous nouses which we have listed.
If you buy the property and want to borrow some money
on it we have it to loan at 6 per cent.
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
1801 1-2 Second Ave. Old Phone 702 Y
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NEVER RUNS OUT J
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S WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING, SELLING OR EXCHANGING
2 8ECOND HAND GOODS I STAND ALONE. NOW THEN THE MOST
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING, 8ELLING OR EXCHANGING
8ECOND HAND GOODS I STAND ALONE. NOW THEN THE MOST
BEAUTIFUL PART OF MY WHOLE LIFE HAS BEEN TO KEEP $g
t MY WORD, FOR I PLAINLY SEE IT HAS MADE ME MONEY AND J
O 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 MANT PURE j
AND SIMPLE, THERE NEVER WAS A SPOT LIKE ITf THAT CAR- 5
RIES (10,000 WORTH OF SECOND HAND GOODS. SO NOW fjt
WHEN WE WANT ANYTHING WE WILL ALL GO DOWN TO
42 JONES' SECOND HANDED STORES. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY
& ATTENDED TO. BOTH PHONES, THE OLD AND THE YOUNG
& 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
J GOODS, SELL YOU HOUSEHOLD GOODS, STORE YOUR GOODS,
2 AND MAKE YOU A LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HOUSE-
j HOLD GOODS SOLD ON PAYMENTS. GOODS SOLD ON COMMIS- j
jjj 8I0N. SO COME AND MAKE JUST ONE LITTLE DEAL WITH ME $
t FOR A CONVINCER. I THANK YOU FOR READING THIS.
t WILL BUY MORTGAGES AND NOTES. MAKE SMALL LOANS $
O ON REAL ESTATE. OPEN EVENINGS. $
J. W. JONES, 1623 2d Ave. I
& E8TABLI8HED 1884. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. $
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Real Estate Transfers.
A. P. Grigg3 to F. Y. Harrington, lot
10. block 3, College Hefghts add.Rock
S. J. Simon to F. H. Kelley. part lot
1 and all of lot 2, block 1. Old Town.
F. H. Kelley to William Kale, part
lot 1, and all of lot 2, block 1. Old Town
Esther S. Eells et al to J. H. Foster,
lot 9, block 3, Smalley's First sub-div..
South Rock Island. $350.
William Muller et al to J.. H. Foster,
east 30 acres swVi, swVi, 28, 16, 5w,
James McNamara to J. W. Bowes, part
lot 8, block C, Edgewood Park add.
Rock Island, $300.
R. A. Smith to Lillian E. Parsons, lot
10, block 15C, East Moline, $1,250.
J. G. Christiansen to R. C. McMeek
In, part seV4, nwV4, ne'i. 8, 17, lw.
Stomach Troubles and Constipation.
No one can reasonably hope for good
digestion when the bowels are consti
pated. Charles Baldwin of Edwards
ville, 111., says: "I suffered from chron
Ic constipation and stomach trouble
for several years, but thanks to Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
am almost cured." Why not get p
package of these tablets and get well
and stay well? Price, 25 cents. Foi
sale by all leading druggists.
When your nerves are weak, when you
are easily tired, when you feel all run
down, then is the time you need a good
strong tonic AVer's Sarsaparilla. Your
doctor vill teU you why it has such power over weak nerves, why it makes
the blood rich, and why it gives courage and strength. Ask him if it is not
just the medicine you need.
. WhT bo secret ! Wa tmblian.
wall. Ma. a.
Jacob Fink and Jay Morrison at
Hospital as Result of Cut
JESSE TURNER IS HELD
Colored Man Who Wielded Pocket
Knife Pleads Self Defense Fink's
Condition is Very Critical.
As a result of a cutting scrape on
First avenue near Eighteenth street
about 1 o'clock Sunday morning, Jacob
Fink and Jay Morrison, two river men,
are at St. Anthony's hospital suffering
from knife wounds, and Jesse Turner
a colored man who claims to hail from
Arizona, Is in jail, charged with assault
with a deadly weapon. The two men
at the hospital will also be held by
the police pending an investigation of
the affair. Fink is in a very critical
condition, and may not recover. He re
ceived a wound in the abdomen, and
a strangulation of the organs resulted
The men at the hospital claim that
Turner assaulted them and tried to
hold them up, while Turner pleads self
defense, and charges Fink and Morri
son with attempting to rob him. Wheth
er in defending himself or not, Turner
effectively used a large pocket knife.
Fink and Morrison were removed to
the hospital, and the physician called
to attend them found an operation ne
cessary to relieve Fink. His condition
is reported as more favorable to recov
ery today, but is still critical. Morri
son escaped with several flesh wounds.
The preliminary hearing of the case
against Turner was continued 10 days
by Magistrate Eliott this morning. Tur
ner's bail being fixed at $500, in de
fault of which he is still confined. The
continuance was taken to await the
outcome of the operation which Fink
Let 1'rlMoner Eweape.
Because he refused to obey the oral
order of the justice of the peace, John
Patterson. Joseph Connelly, marshal of
Coal Valley, was bound over to the
grand jury thU morning under $100
bond. The complaint was made by
Mr; Paterson, who charges Patterson
with allowing a prisoner to escape. U
seems that Patterson witnessed a fight
at Coal Valley July 4, and orally in
structed the officer to make the arrest.
This Mr. Connelly refused to do. He
waived the preliminary examination be
fore Magistrate Elliott.
IMea of Guilty.
Charles Carter, colored, pleadeJ
guilty in the county court this morning
to a charge of larceny and was fined $1
and qosts and sentenced to 10 days
.n jail by Judge E. E. Parmenter. Car
ter wa.3 charged with the theft of the
bar towel of a Rock Island saloon.
In Police Court.
Magistrate Elliott this morning fined
Charles Alexander, Lucian Bloss, and
Andrew Lander $2 and costs each for
drunkenness, and Frank George and
Frank Williams $1 and costs each for
disturbing the peace. Williams and
George engaged in a fight on the owl
car from Davenport last night.
John Payne, arrested on a peace war
rant sworn out by his wife, Hilda, took
a change of venue today from Justice
Johnson, to Justice Cleland, and the
case was continued until Wednesday.
G. C. Wenger is prosecuting, and C. B.
Marshall and J. F. Witter represent
Louis Grimes is to be given a hearing
lefore Justice Johnson tomorrow even
ing on a peace warrant sworn out by
his wife, Lulu Grimes.
Anna Jamison is having a hearing
this afternoon before Justice- Johnson
on a peace warrant, W. F. Andrews
being the complainant.
INDUSTRY IN CITY
Trl-City Hydraulic Stone Company Be
ing Organized to Manufacture
New Building Material.
A new company, the Tri-City Hy
draulic Stone company, now being or
ganized in this city, will provide for
Rock Island another important new in
dnstry. The new company will manu
facture concrete blocks for hollow
walls, operating under the patents of
the American Hydraulic Stone com
pany, the rights of which are controll
ed in this state by the Illinois Hollow
Wall & Concrete company. The sys
em of the American Hydraulic Stone
;ompany Is peculiar In that the wall is
to constructed of double concrete
blocks that a continuous air space hor
izontally as well as perpendicularly is
This system is being employed by
the Concrete Construction company in
the erection of the wood shop of the
Moline Plow company at Fortieth
street and Fifth avenue in this city,
and will be used In the other buildings
of the Moline Plow company to be built
adjoining the wood shop. Local con
ditions are extremely favorable for an
industry of this kind, and those who
are interested in the project are en
thusiastic over its possibilities.
Why does the sun burn? Why does
mosquito sting? Why do we feel un
happy in the good old summer time?
Answer: We don't. We use De Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve and these little Ills
don't bother us. Learn to look for the
tame on the box to get the genuine.
Mrs. Louis Mosenfelder and Miss
Bower left today for Chicago.
Ms and Mrs. M. Levi departed at
noon today for a several weeks sojourn
Mrs. Clara Lamphere and son Lloyd,
have departed for Denver on an ex
Thomas M. Clark was in the city
Sunday from Jacksonville to spend the
day at home.
John Hall, formerly of this city, now
of Muscatine, was In Rock Island yes
terday calling on friends.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Connelly return
ed Saturday evening from a visit of
several weeks at Lake Geneva, Wis.
Mrs. E. W. Hurst has gone to Wau
kesha, Wis., and will there be joined
by Mr. Hurst upon his return from the
.Miss Ida Nyquist leaves this evening
for Cedar, Minn., where she will spend
the remainder of the month with rela
Miss Elsie Bear and Miss Adele Alex
ander of Chicago, have gone to Duluth
after a visit of several weeks in the
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dorman, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Crandall, and Mrs. Wil
liam McConochie, Mr. and Mrs. E. H
Bowman, Mrs. W. B. Bersell and Mrs
James Carl left in a special car over
the Rock Island yesterday to attend
the G. A. R. encampment at Minneap
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Corken of
this city, who have been spending sev
eral months in Europe, leave Liverpool
tomorrow on the steamer Carmania of
the Cunard line, and will reach home
about Aug. 27. Their travels included
visits in Ireland, Scotland, France, It
aly, Switzerland, Germany and Bel
IN THE CHURCHES.
United Presbyterian. Tomorrow ev
ening Dr. J. T. McCrory of Pittsburg
Pa.J will deliver a lecture in the
church on the subject, "How Four Fel
lows Won Out."
Prayer meeting will be held Wednes
day evening in the church.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
Friday afternoon in the church parlors.
Broadway Presbyterian. The annual
Sunday school picnic will be held Tues
day at Long View park. The members
of the Sunday school will gather at the
park at 11 o'clock.
, Prayer meeting will be held Wednes
First Baptist. Wednesday evening
prayer meeting will be held in the?
The Ladies' Aid society will meet in
the church parlors Friday afternoon.
Grace Lutheran. The Forward so
ciety will meet tomorrow evening w:th
Miss Hilma Arnell, 3904 Seventh av-
Services next Sunday will be con
ducted by the pastor.
First Methodist. The Daughters of
the Covenant will hold their monthly
meeting and have a picnic supper this
evening at C:30 o'clock at the home of
Miss Alice Thompson on Brashar
street. South Rock Island.
Wednesday evening there will be
prayer meeting and Sunday school
Christian Scientist. There will be
a testimonial meeting at the church
Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock to
which the public is invited.
Advertised List No. 33.
Following Is a list of letters remain
ing uncalled for In the Rock Island post-
office fortheweekendingAug.il, 190G:
James Anderson, Robert Brandt, Mrs.
Etta Bemis, Mrs. N. A. Bancroft, Miss
Jennie Carroll, Mrs. Ben Cruise. James
S. Gibson, J. A. Heringer, S. Earl Har
per, Paul Haueffman, A. I. liver, H. J.
Klinsman, B. F. Miller, Harry Martin,
James Perkins, Fred Parish, Thomas
Page, Clinton Powell, Miss Cordie Rus
sell, Frank Sablns, P. C. Shrock, Eu
gene Stratton, Will Todd, Oscar Wes
sell, James Whitefield, George Wratts.
HUGH A. J. M'DONALD, P. M.
Dr. J. T. McCrory of Pittsburg, Pa ,
will deliver his popular lecture, "How
Four Chaps Won Out," Tuesday even
ing, Aug. 14, at 8 o'clock, in the United
Presbyterian church, corner of Third
avenue and Fourteenth street. Dr. Mc
Crory is on his way to conduct the
bible studies in the Monmouth Chau
tauqua Aug. 15-24. As the doctor could
just give one date, it was thought best
to have if In the Rock Island church.
and persons of the three cities who
may desire to hear him can do so more
conveniently. He is one of the strong
est men of his denomination. Come
and hear him. Admission. 25 and 15
Galveston's Sea Wall
makes life now as safe in that city as on
the higher uplands. E. W. Goodloe,
who resides on Dutton street, in Waco.
Tex., needs no sea wall for safety. He
writes: "I have used Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption the past
five years and it keeps me well and
safe. Before that time I had a cough
which for years had been growing
worse. Now it's gone." Cures chronic
coughs, la grippe, croup, whooping
cough and prevents pneumonia. Pleas
ant, to take. Every bottle guaranteed
at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
An the news all the time THE
TWO BEGIN SUITS
Florence McFadden Asks $20,
000 From the Rock Island
MRS. RONEY SUES F0R$10,000
Tri-City Railway Company Defendant
in Suit Resulting from Accident
on Fifth Avenue Year Ago.
Florence McFadden of Moline,
through her attorneys Kenworthy &
Kenworthy, has commenced a suit
against the Chicago, Rock Island &
Pacific Railway company in the circuit
court here, to recover $20,000 for al
leged personal injuries. Miss McFad
den. who is a nurse was a passenger
on a Rock Island train, and in alighting
at a station in Kansas sustained the in
juries for which she now seeks dam
ages. The accident occured about a
Want flO.OOO Daman?".
Mrs. Theresa Roney of Sears, has
commenced suit for $10,000 against the
Tri-City Railway company, for Injuries
sustained nearly a year ago in an acci
dent on Fifth avenue, near Twenty
fifth street. Kenworthy & Kenworthy
are her attorneys., Mrs. Roney haci
alighted from a car moving in one di
rection and passing behind the car
stepped on the track in front of a car
moving in the opposite direction. She
was struck and severely injured.
Charles Eldred Kyte.
Charles Eldred Kyte died at his home
one and a half miles south of Milan
Saturday evening at 7 o'clock of stom
ach trouble and a complication of dis
eases. He was born in tuuivan coun
ty. New York, Oct. 1, 1839, and came
west in 1848. His marriage to Sarah
Viola Crouch took place Sept. 12, 1SCC.
and to this union four children were
born, one of whom, John F. Kyte of
Champaign, survives. Mrs. Kyte died
July 28. 1899. He was married to his
surviving wife Feb. G, 1902. Mr. Kytt
was a veteran of the civil war, having
served four years in the 28th Iowa reg
iment. He was a man of sterling
christian character and was an active
worker in the Milan Presbyterian
church. The funeral will be held from
the Milan Presbyterian church tomor
row morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. Mr
Cullen, pastor of the church, will con
duct the services. Burial takes place
at Chippiannock cemetery.
Mrs. Anna Jones.
Word has reached this city of the
death of Mrs. Anna Jones, formerly a
resident of Rock Island, at the home of
her son Ted at Loup City, Neb., which
occurred Aug. 8. She was the wife of
E. B. Jones, who died many years ago
and was one of the early settlers in
this city. He conducted a small truck
garden many years ago on the site of
the high school. Mrs. Jones after the
death of her husband lived at Andalu
sia, which she left recently to live with
her son. She is survived by two sons.
James and Ted of Nebraska, and a
daughter, Mrs. Benjamin Ballard, who
resides in Louisiana.
Burial at Crossville.
The remains of C. C. Clarke were
taken to Crossville, 111., at 8 o'clock
this morning-over the Rock Island for
burial. The funeral services were held
yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Wheelan undertaking rooms. Plans
had been made for burial here, but
relatives made arrangements yesterday
to have the body removed to Cross-
Delegates to Democratic Meeting De
part This Afternoon on Steamer
Helen Blair for Keithsburg.
The Rock Island county delegates to
the democratic senatorial convention
at Keithsburg tomorrow departed this
afternoon on the steamer Helen Blair
for the convention city. Tomor
row morning the delegates to the re
publican convention at Aledo depart
over the Burlington. The prohibition
convention will be held at the court
house here in the afternoon, and to
morrow evening the socialist conven
tion will be held in Moline.
IT IS FOR LADIES, TOO.
They Can Stop Their Hair Falling Out
Ladies who have thin hair and whose
hair is falling out can prevent the hair
falling out, and thicken the growth
with Newbro's "Herpicide." Besides,
Herpicide Is one of the most agreeable
hair dressings there is. Herpicide kills
the dandrun germ that eats the hair
off at the roots. After the germ is de
stroyed the root will shoot up, and the
hair grow long as ever. Even a sam
ple will convince any lady that NeV
bros" Herpicide is an indispensable toi
let requisite. It contains no oil or
grease, it will not stain or dye. Soli
by leading druggists. Send 10c in
stamps for sample to the Herpicide
company, Detroit, Mich. T. H. Thomas
Turn backward, O time, in your flight.
Make me a child again just for tonight.
I'll do It," cried Time, "Just let me be
Until I fix some Rock Mountain Tea."
You will scarcely be
lieve a soda cracker can
be so perfect until you
taste the one perfect Soda
So deliciously baked so
tender and flaky so won
derfully preserved by a
moisture proof package.
It is the only real Soda
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Special low prices on Men's Suits.
$15 and $18 suits at
Boys' and little fellows' Blue Serge
Suits, also fancy cheviots at
Boys' Straw Hats
DO YOU LACK FUNDS?
Are you embarrassed or pit out for the lack of a lit
tle ready money? Do bills seem to accumulate faster than
you are able to pay them off? Don't you think that If you
had an opportunity to clean them all up, and then resolv
ed to keep clear, that you could do it? We believe that,
with our help and a little determination, you could. We ex
tend you this opportunity; we offer you the cash to clear
yourself from debt. You give us a lien on your furniture,
piano, horses, wagons, etc.; they are left in your own pos
session; the transaction is strictly private, and you are
given all the time you need. We arrange these loans
quickly and quietly at your own home, if you desire. Get
our rates today.
Fidelity Loan Co.,
Mitchell & Lynde Block, Room 38.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evenings. Telephone
West 514. New Telephone 6011
YOU MAY FEELLIKE INVESTING IN A LITTLE JEW
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THEM ON HAND.
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Opposite Harper House.
th formulas of al) our medicine. !
; iuld by; all druggists.
T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.