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fTTTTC ARGUS. SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 8, 190G.
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2517 Fifth Avenue.
Regular Deliveries made to Moline.
NEVER RUNS OUT
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WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING,
K SECOND HAND GOODS I STAND ALONE. NOW THEN THE MOST
j BEAUTIFUL PART OF MY WHOLE LIFE HAS BEEN TO KEEP Q
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WHEN WE WANT ANYTHING WE WILL ALL GO DOWN TO f
JONES' SECOND HANDED STORES. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY
0 ATTENDED TO. BOTH PHONES,
0 ONE. I DONT CARE WHETHER YOU READ THIS AD OR NOT. t
O I AM 8TILL THE MEANEST MAN IN TOWN, AND YOU &
ifi CANT STOP ME FROM WANTING TO BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD C
& GOODS, SELL YOU HOUSEHOLD GOODS, STORE YOUR GOODS,
J? AND MAKE YOU A LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HOUSE- 2
K HOLD GOODS SOLD ON PAYMENTS. GOODS SOLD ON COMMIS-
0 SION. 80 COME AND MAKE JUST ONE LITTLE DEAL WITH ME f
0 FOR A CONVINCER. I THANK YOU FOR READING THIS.
0 WILL BUY MORTGAGES AND NOTES. MAKE SMALL LOAN'S 0
O ON REAL ESTATE.
J. W. JONES,
0 ESTABLISHED 1884.
Bargain. Rate to
$31.00 'rora Rock Island to Los Angeles and
San Francisco. V
$30.00 'rom Rock Island to Portland, Tacoma
Tickets good in free reclining chair cars or in Pull
man tourist sleepers on payment of berth rate.
The Bock Island ofters two good tourist routes to
the Pacific coast. Daily through service from Chicago
and from St. Louis, both ways.
Illustrated tourist car folder and full details of rates
and service upon request.
JT. H. PLUMMER,
IT MAS MAUt ME. MONtT AINU JJJ
AND DEAL WITH ME. AL- &
PLEASE YOU JUST THE SAME. O
WITH SUCH A MANT PURE
A SPOT LIKE IT, THAT CAR-
HAND GOODS. SO NOW
THE OLD AND THE YOUNG f$
OPEN EVENINGS. &
1625 2d Ave.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
C. P. A.
MUCH WORK AHEAD
Circuit Court Will Have Great
. Bulk of Business in Sep-.
NEW CASES NUMBER 120
Of These 66 Are In Common Law and
' 54 in Chancery, 27 of the Latter-
Being Bills for Divorce.' .
The September term of the circuit
court will be a busy one, though it is
probable that nothing like the amount
of work set on the docket will be dis
posed of during the term. There are
120 new cases filed for the term, and
of these 54 are on the chancery side,
27 of the number being divorce cases.
There are CG new cases in common law,
the large proportion of these being
suits to recover damages for injuries
and death in accidents. The Mackin
will case, set first on the trial list, will
occupy between two and three .weeks,
and when it is disposed of 30 cases
will be called daily for four days in an
effort to clear the docket of many cases
that have been long pending.
AVantM Sl.OOO DnmoKH.
. H. C. Scharfenberg yesterday after
noon, through his attorneys, Seale &
Marshall, filed a praecipe for a sum
mons in a fl.ODO damage case.-againsi
the George White Buggy company.
Master in Chancery B. D. Connelly
this morning issued a temporary in
junction against Albert Trammer of
South Rock Island, restraining him
from closing a certain driveway and
from keeping certain gates fastened
shut with chains. The iniunction was
Issued according to the prayer -of a
bill filed yesterday by John LaFrantz,
who claimed that Trommer threatened
to close the entrance to LaFrantz's
property. Schriver & Schriver repre
sent Mr. LaFrentz.
MandaniUN Atcaluttt CoiiiiiilHsloner.
Myra Walker of Walker Station has
started a suit in mandamus to compel
the commissioners of highways of
South Moline township to accept a cer
tain strip of land as a public road, and
to put it in condition for public travel.
W. J. Entrikin represents the plaintiff.
Mollie Griffee, through her solicitor,
George W. McCaskrin, has filed a bill
for divorce against her husband, George
Griffee. They were married in this
city May 1, 1904, and the complainant
charges her husband with deserting her
July 21 of the same year, less than
three months later.
F. W. BAHNSEN IS
Joint Committee on Jobbing Names
Him Representative on Industrial
At a meeting of the committee on
Jobbing, one of the joint committees
of the Rock Island club and the Re
tail Merchants' association, composing
the Rock Island Industrial Commission.
the committee organized by electing
F. W. Bahnsen chairman and its mem
ber of the board of control of the com
mission. The meeting was held at
the offices of the commission. The
committee on railroads, the only one
of the joint committees which has not
organized, will meet in a few days
and elect its chairman.
The three committees which have
organized, and their chairmen, are:
Manufactures, F. G. Young; Conven
tions, Charles McIIugh; Jobbing, F, Wj
Bahnsen. These, with the chairman, of
the committee on railroads, and T. J.
Medill. president of the Rock Island
club, and F: T. Myers, president of
the Retail Merchants' association, will
compose the board of governors of
the Rock Island Industrial Commission
As' soon as the railroads committee
organizes, a meeting of the board of
control will be held for the purpose of
CONCERT ATTRACTS MANY
Miss Luella Mae Crissman Is Solo. st
With Petersen's Band.
A fair sized crowd enjoyed the con
cert' by Petersen's band at the. Tower
last evening. Miss Luella Mae. Crlsa-
man. of this city, was the soloist, and
pleased the audience with her selec
tions, "Take Me Jamie Dear," by
Bischoff, and "Just a Wearin' for You"
by Carrie Jacobs Bond. There will be
two more concerts given by the. band
before the season closes this year.
Another Gasoline Explosion.
The fire department was called to
the residence of Fred Schroeder, 12.37
Fourteenth street last night at 6:40.
The blaze was caused by the explo
sion of a gasoline stove, but was ex
tinguished before the building was
damaged. - -
Well Worth Trying.
W." H. Brown, the popular pension
attorney, of Pittsfield, Vt, says: "Jsext
to. a pension, the best thing td get. is
Dr. -King's New Life Pills." ."He
writes: "They keep my family in
splendid health." Quick eure- for
headache, constipation and biliousness.
25c. Guaranteed at Hartz & Ullemey-
ers drug store. -,.: -r
Good for the cough, removes, the
cold, the cause of the cough. That's
the work of Kennedy's Laxative Hone j
and Tar the original laxative cough
syrup. Contains no opiates. Soldby
all druggists. ;
THE ARGUS' NEW FEATURE; ,
CITIZENS IN CARTOON
First of the Series Appears in This Is
sueOthers To Follow Every
The Argus new feature, its cartoon
service of well known Rock Islanders,
begins today, as shown on the front
page of this issue. Hereafter, for the
present at least, the pictures in the
series will appear tri-weekly, the suc
ceeding one being..-presented next
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhode of Sher
rard, were callers in the city today.
Mrs. W. T. Walker and daughter of
Peoria, are the guests of Mrs. Charles
Mrs. Edward Black and children de
parted today for Des Moines for a
Miss Lila Lee departs tomorrow for
Evansville, Ind., where she will spend
a week with relatives.
II. C. Reche will arrive this evening
from Dubuque, Iowa, to visit with his
sister, Mrs. B. F. Hall.
Miss Mary E. Entrikin, who has
been at Waterloo, -Iowa, during the
summer, has returned to the city.
N. Barton Sears returned yesterday
from Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where he
spent three weeks visiting relatives.
Miss Ruth Gamble, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Gamble, departs
next week to resume her studies at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McHugh and
a party of friends leave next Thursday
for an extended trip on the Mary Mc
to St. Paul.
Dr. J. R. Hollowbush returned today
from Council Bluffs where he attend
ed the convention of the Medical, as
sociation of the Missouri valley.
General Passenger Agent D. W.
Wisherd of the Acme Packet company,
departed this morning with the steam
er J. S. on its excursion trip up the
Alderman Charles Smith has return
ed from Omaha and Lincoln where he
attended the demonstrations in honor
of Bryan's return to his Nebraska
Mrs. Anna Younggren and Mrs. Hil
da Welander, who have been visiting:
at the home of Alderman Charles
Oberg returned tc their home in Chi
cago last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hess left at
noon for a visit of several weeks at
Geneseo. Mr. Hess is much improved
in health, , and expects, after a little
rest, to be able to take up his duties
Mrs. Adelaide Chase and daughter.
Miss Katherinc, returned on the steam
er St. Paul last evening from Alton,
where they visited John Chase, who
is employed there in a responsible ca
pacity. E. L. North rep of Peoria, agent of
the Lackawanna line; L. L. Thurber
of Peoria, commercial agent of the
New York Central lines; Charles S.
Musson of Chicago, . traveling freight
agent of the Nickel , Plate; and G. E.
Hunt of Chicago, traveling freight
agent of the C. H. & D., and Pere
Marquette, were in Rock Island yester
day and today calling on the railway
CAR COLLIDES WITH WAGON
Louis Hartman, Driver for Home Tea
Company, Painfully Bruised.
Louis Hartman, who is employed by
the Home Tea company, was very
painfully bruised this morning about
7:30 while endeavoring to pass an ex
press wagon in front of the Home .Tea
mninanv's store with one. of -.the, com-
, rnl Jn (u J
collided with the wagon ajuWnxroUmih r
ed it, throwing young HaratOj
pavement, bruising; him coifii$efabj-Biome,
about the body and dragging the horse
several feet. He was following the ex
press wagon west on Second avenue,
and when the express wagon turned in
toward the curbing, he was compelled
to turn his horse onto the street car
traciis. This resulted in the collision
with an arsenal car, A physician was
called and dressed the injuries, which,
though very painful, are not serious.
SALOONKEEPER IS ARRESTED
Alphonse DeWitte' is Charged With
Sc'ling Liquor to Minors.
Deputy Sheriff Larson this morning
arrested Alphonse DeWitte, proprietor
of a saloon at Ninth street and Fifth
avenue, to answer to a complaint filed
in the county court charging him with
selling liquor to minors. He gave
bond in the sum of $200 for his ap
pearance to answer the charge. The
complaint was filed by State's Attorney
J. K. Scott.
Licensed to Wed.
John Boynton Davenport
Rail us Phillips Davenport
Thomas D. McClain Moline
Lizzie Beckum . . .Virginia, 111.
John P. Moore .Moline
Laura Green .....Moline
In these days of rush and hurry cour
tesy is often forgotten. In the mad
pell tnell rush of our life little things
are done to offend that we rather re
mained undone. A hastily eaten meal
and its resultant headache may cause
us social or financial loss. The wise
man or woman is the one who relieves
little ills of this sort by a little dose
of ' Kodol for Dyspepsia. It digests
what you eat and puts your stomach
back Into shape. Sold by all druggists.
AH the news all the time
PROGRAM IS READY
Mayor McCaskrin Announces
Proceedings of Mayors'
MEETING LASTS TWO DAYS
Executives of Various Illinois Cities to
' , Make' Addresses Dr. Andreen
to Give a Lecture.
Mayor McCaskrin today issued the
program for . the convention of the
mayors of the state in Rock Island
next week. Sept. 13 and 14. at the
Illinois theater. The program gives
promise of an interesting meeting
and Mayor McCaskrin expects to ar
range for other speakers before the
meeting opens. The movement is
meeting with favor in the other cities
of the state, and many of them will be
represented. The program as issued
. TburMtlny, Sep. 13.
Meeting called to order at 11 a. m.
at city council room.
Reading of official call.
Prayer Rev. W. S. Marquis.
Welcome to Delegates Hon. An
drew Olson, mayor of Moline.
Action to perfect temporary organ
ization, and selection of temporary of
ficers. Appointment of committees and ad
journment until 2 p. m.
. Delegates assemble at 2 p. m. at
Report of committees.
"Municipal Ordinances, Their En
actment and Enforcement" Hon.
Harry A. Reherd, mayor of Geneseo.
"Live Men in Office" Hon. George
D. Steinhauer, mayor of Vandalia.
EVENING, ILLINOIS THEATER,
8 p. m.
"The "Enforcement of the Law"
Hon. Silas Cook, mayor of East St.
"Business Sacrifices Necessary to
Be Successful Mayor" Hon. Lewis H.
Bissell, mayor of Effingham.
"The Town and Gown" Dr. Gustav
A. Andreen, president of Augustana .
Friday. Sept. 11.
Assemble at 0 a. m., at Illinois the
ater; trip, about tri-cities. visiting
Rock Island arsenal. Watch Tower
ind other points of interest.
Delegates assemble at 2 in the
afternoon at the theater to take up
permanent organization, and election
"A Perfect Sower System, the Ad
vance Agent of a Prosperous City"
Hon. Harry Bottsford. mayor of Elgin.
The evening of the closing day of
the convention will be devoted to a
reception at the Rock Island club.
from 7 to 8 o'clock, and a banquet at
the club at 8 o'clock. Mayor E. F.
Dunne of Chicago will be heard at this
time, or some representative of Chi
cago delegated by him if he can not
be present. Mayor Dunne expects to
SUCCUMBS TO AN
Death of Mrs. Patrick D. Burns, 2514
sSixth Avenue, Brings Sorrow to
Large Circle of Friends.
s. Patrick D. Burns died at her
2514 Sixth avenue, last evening
at 5:25 after an illness lasting for sev
eral months. An apoplectic stroke was
the immediate cause of her death. She
was born in County Donegal. Ireland,
in December, 1871, and came to Amer
ica and located in Rock Island in 1S94.
She was married to Patrick D. Bums
in 1897. Mrs. Burns is survived by
her husband, her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Con Meenan, and three brothers, John
Meenan, Francis Meenan. and William
Meenan. two sisters. Bridget and Anna
Meenan, all of whim reside in Ireland.
A brother, Patrick, resides at Colorado
Springs, Col., and a sister. Miss Maggie
Meenan, in this city. .
The deceased lady leaves a large cir
cle of friends, who share the sorrow of
the bereaved relatives
The funeral will be held from the Sa
cred Heart church tomorrow afternoon
at 2:30. Rev. J. F. Lockney will con
duct the services. Burial takes place
at Calvary cemetery.
Al Owens received word this after
noon of the death of his son, John
Owens, at Denver, Col., where he had
made his home for the last two years.
Death was "due to hemorrhages of the
lungs. Mr. Owens was 34 years of age.
and a native of this city. Besides his
parents he leaves his wife and one son.
The remains will be brought to Rock
Island for burial. Mrs. James Dunn,
his fciBter, who went to Denver a few
days ago, will accompany the remains
."To Cure a Felon"
3ays Sam Kendall, of Phillipsburg,
Kan., "just cover it over with Buck
len's Arnica salve and the salve will
do the rest." Quickest cure for burns
boils, sores, scalds, wounds, piles, ec
zerna, salt rheum, chapped hands, sore
foet and sore eyes. Only 25c at Hart2
&'Ullemeyer's drug store. Guaran
Furniture & Carpet
123-125 West Third
The House of
HEN you buy Furniture buy it good
but don't pay too much for it! See
us about that and you'll save money.
Carpets- and Rugs
Advance showing of Handsome New Rugs, We're
ready for you today with a beautiful and complete line of
WILTON, AXMINSTER, BODY BRUSSELS, TAPES
TRY BRUSSELS, AND VELVET RUGS. All new color
ings and designs very choice and most carefully selected
stock prices that are lower and- qualities that are better.
We also have splendid line in carpet sizes in Ingrain Rugs
of all qualities.
We've dropped a big slice off the prices of this most
useful household article, and the summer is only half over.
Take one-fourth off the regular price on any Refrigerator
in our stock and buy it now. ' It's a big investment for
you but we need the room.
75e "Alvin" Folding Go-Cart
Is the best easy to fold, comfortable and durable and has
all the advantages of the large cart.
Globe-Wernecke Book Cases
Stein Bloch Co.
Society news, written rp telephoned
to the pot iety editor of Tli Arnu.s, will
be crladiv received and tulilihed. lint
in either case the identity of the render
must te made known, to inxiire relia
bility, written notices should
nature and address.
Entertains for Bride-Elect. The
Missfs Maud Robert. son. Iou Harris,
and Blanche Bogeess were hostcse.-1
yesterday afternoon and
at a very, pretty htotember party giv
en in honor of Mis Daisy V. Postle
waite, who will be a bride of this
month. Daisies, symbolic of Miss
Podllewaite's name, were used very
prettily fur decorating the rooms. Four
tables of cinch were played. Mrs. Ju
lius Krell of Davenport, taking head
prize and Miss Dorothy ac consola
tion. At (J o'clock dinner was served,
the daisy e-olors, yellow and white, be
ing used for the table decorations.
Icsue Cards to Wedding. Invita
tions have been issued to the niarriatre
of Miss Eva I. Eckert of this city to
Clair F. Smick of Moline, the ceremony
o take place Thursday evening, Sept.
20 at Spencer Memorial church. Jennie
Out of Sorts? f
blood, headaches. Your doctor will tell
one good, free -movement of the bowels
llYSfive hrtter than Avcr'? Pill? W
Street Davenport, la.
Eckert and Clayton R. Sellers will bo
the attendants. Mr. Smick is a ma
chinist employed at the Mutual Wheel
works In Moline4.
W. C. T. U. Annual Meeting. Tho
annual meeting of the W. C. T. U. will
be held with Mrs. S. C. Taylor, MX
Twentieth street, next Monday after
noon tit 2:3(1 o'clock. There will b'
election of officers and important bus
iness transacted and a large attend
ance is urced. Refreshments will In
i Hrv1( (iurjng (jJfJ altertuxin.
Birthday Party. The ladies of St.
Mary'w court. Foresters, surprih-e-d Mrs.
E. Cramer. 13KJ Eighth avenue, last
evening it being the anniversary of
her birthday. A very pleasant even
ing was spent and Mrs. Cramer wan
left with a chair and many beautiful
When two strong men come to
blows, even if they are w-ll matched,
it Is ret a pleasing sight, but If thi
man who gets the worst of It will use
DcWitl's Witch Hazel salve, he will
look better and feel better iu short ejr
der. Be sure you get DeAVitt's. OtxJ
for everything a valve is used for. In
cluding piles.. Sold by all druggists.
It's your liver! In nearly
every case it s the liver.
That means constipation,
liousness, dyspepsia, poor
you that good health demands at least
each day. Ask him if he knows any
uo eret! W pnbllch J.C.liBrCo.,