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THE ''ARGUS, THURSDAY, JUXE l, 1005.
family came to Davenport 3S years ago.
The children are Mrs. George Kohrsen,
of Wilson's Creek, Wash.; George
Beck. Christ Beck, Mrs. Adolph Luet
gens. John Wulf, and Mrs. Frank Yon
key, all of Davenport.
At Mercy hospital Tuesday alternpon
occurred the death of John Henry
That uncomfortable feeling of fullness
after eating, often accompanied by pain
is an unfailing sign of Indigestion.
The food instead of being digested,
ferments and forms gases distending, the
stomach and causing great discomfort.
This fermented food, ceases to be of
any value and if it did no further
damage, the system would gradually
break down from lack of nourishment
But it ii an active poison and acts
with deadly effect upon our whole
system. Cout, Rheumatism, Liver
Trouble and many other complaints arc
traceable to poisons in the blood.
New Branch Formed.
Word from Springefild is to the effect
that the secretary of state has issued -a
license, to incorporate to the Okla-homa-Moline
Plow company, which
will become another of the branch con
cerns similar to those in Kansas City,
Omaha. New Orleans, Dallas. Indian
apolis, Portland, Salt Lake City. Den
Mohr at the age of CI years. The re
mains have been taken to the home of
Henry Mohr, 1931 Division street, from
which number the funeral will be held.
Mrs. Fred Kunz, whose husband liv
ed here two years ago and was in the
employ of the Central Newspaper
I'nion. died in Chicago this week. She
had resided in this city during 1902
and 1903 and is remembered by many.
Keen Kutter Tools stand every test of a good tool. You can take a Keen
Kutter Hand Saw. bend the end of the blade around until it touches the
handle and it wUl spring back straight and true. Every other kind of a
Keen Kutter Tool is as good a tool of its class as the Keen Kutter Hand
Saw. The Keen Kutter brand covers a complete line of tools, and every
Tool is made of the finest steel and made in the best possible manner by
expert workmen. This quality tells in actual use it means freedom from
constant sharpening it means long and satisfactory service. Even in the
beginning Keen Kutter Tools cost little more than inferior qualities in
the end they are by far the cheapest tools you can buy. Keen Kutter
Tools have been Standard of America for 36 years and were awarded the
Grand Prize at the St. Louis Exposition.
I otlowinvr are a few kinds of Keen Kutter Tools, which your
dealer should have if he hasn't them, write us and we will see that you
re supplied. Axes. Adzes. Hammers. Hatchets. Chisels. Screw Drivers.
Auzer Bits. Files, Planes. Draw Knives, Saws. Tool Cabinets. Scythes.
Hay Knives, Cirass Hooks. Brush Hooks. Corn Knives. Eye Hoes.
Trowels. Pruning Shears-. Tinners' Snips. Scissors. Shears. Hair Clip
pers. Horse Shears. Razors, etc.. and Knives of all kinds. Every Keen
Kutter Tool is sold under this Mark and Motto :
"YThe Recollection of Quality Remains lent Alter the Price is forgotten."
SIMMONS HARDWARE COMPANY, St Louis, U. S.A., 238 Br oadwaj. New York.
Go to Iowa City.
Lourdes council. Knights of Colum
bus, of Davenport, has been invited by
the Iowa City council to attend the
initiation of a new class in Iowa City
next Sunday afternoon and evening.
It is probable that the invitation will
be accepted by quite a representation
of the Davenport council. lxcal knights
who will go should notify the grand
knight, at the Messenger office, before
Bernhard Regennitter. of Dixon, lias
brought an action to restrain H. J. Mc
Farland, trustee in bankruptcy, from
belling certain property in which he is
interested to satisfy an indebtedness
to the Dixon Savings bank which is
now in bankruptcy. It is to enjoin the
Hheriff and the trustee from proceed
ing with the sale that Mr. Regennitter
has filed his suit. Judge Bollinger
caused a temporary injunction to be
served pending the hearing of the case
which will come up in a week or so.
Sharon & Donegan represent the trus
tee in the litigation.
Joined Another Company.
Alfred O. Rieck did not join the
Van Dyke & Eaton stek company as
his friends first supposed. He went to
Peoria, where he joined the Olympia
stock company, with which he will re
main the balance of the season. Ho
went in resjKinse to a telegram offer
ing him a good position with the com
pany. Conferred With Burns.
Totiy Hart, of Chicago, wrestler,
traitier and general all around strong
man. known as the "human derrick,"
was in Davenport Tuesday, being a
guest at the Windsor hotel. In the af
ternoon a conference was held between
Hart and "Farmer" Burns in regard to
a match in this city. Hart would only
consent to wrestle Graeco-Roman, and
as is well known "Farmer" Burns is a
cateh-as-catch-can wrestler. On ac
count of their differences in holds, the
two me nwere unable to come to terms
and the proposed match fell through.
Death Follows Suicide.
At her home. 1014 Grand avenue, af
ter a severe illness for the relief of
which she submitted to an operation
at Mercy hospital some weeks ago,
Tuesday afternoon occurred the death
of Mrs. Therese Brunold, wife of Chris
tian Brunold. aged 5M years years and
tj months. Deceased was born in the
grand duchy of Baden and came direct
to America and to Davenport in 1S71.
She was married here one year later
to Christian Brunold. who survives her
with one son, Joseph Brunold. .It was
in the same house at 1 1 4 Grand ave
nue that the aged shoemaker ended
his life some weeks ago, when he learn
ed that Mrs. Brunold, with whom he
lived, could not recover from her ill
ness. Ill in health, aged in years, the
cobbler walked to Mercy hospital to
see Mrs. Brunold. and when told that
she might not recover, he became de
spondent. When alone in the house at
Gram! avenue and Tenth street the
next day he shot himself through the
heart and was found several days af
terward. Obituary Record.
At her home, 113 Warren street, yes
terday morning occurred the death of
Mrs. Margaretha Beck, wife of Claus
Beck, aged i years. Deceased was
born in North Dittmarsch, Germany,
Dec. 23, 1S38. and was married there
45 years ago to Claus Beck, who sur
vives her with eight children. The
GET GARBAGE CANS.
Special Sale for One Week.
For one week, beginning June 1,
garbage cans may be procured at re
duced rates at the following places:
J. G. Simscr's, McCabe's, J. J. Burgess
Co.'s, Young & McCombs', Noft
sker's. Rock Island Hardware com
pany's, and J. Carl's. Get one with a
cover, capacity 5 to 8 gallons, and suffi
ciently strong. The following ordin
ance will be strictly enforced:
An Ordinance Providing for Garbage
Be it ordained by the city council of
the city of Rock Island:
Section 1. It shall be the duty of
every owner, tenant, lessee or occupant
of any and every house, dwelling, build
ing, or place of business in the city of
Rock Island, within the district where
garbage is collected, to provide or
cause to be provided, on or before the
first day of May, 1898, and at all times
thereafter, to keep or provide a sep
arate, water-tight covered metallic
vessel for garbage, offal and liquid sub
stances, the capacity of which shall not
be less than five (5) gallons. And it
shall be unlawful to put ashes or any
thing but refuse, animal or vegetable
matter, in such vessel used for garbage
and offal, and any person or persons
who shall place in such vessel any
ashes, dirt or other substances, except
as herein provided, shall be subject to
a fine not exceeding five (5) dollars
nor less than two (2) dollars for each
Passed March 1, 1898.
G. G. CRAIG, JR.,
Commissioner of Health.
The C, M. & St. P. offer first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-city, sleeping car res
servations made to any point desired,
for further information phone any of
C, M. &. St. P. Summer Tourist Rates.
The C, M. & St. P. railway will sell
round trip summer tourist tickets
daily, commencing May 15, to Sept. 30,
1905, to various summer resorts in
Wisconsin. Final return limit, Oct. 31,
C, M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers tickets on sale every
Tuesday in each month to Nov. 1, 1905.
To points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota. And every first
and third Tuesday in each month to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther information phone or call at any
C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
If in a kind of bilious mood.
You wish an aid to digest food,
No other pill is half so good
At DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
The famous Kittle Pills Early Risers
cure constipation, sick headache, bil
iousness, etc. They never gripe or
sicken, but impart early rising energy.
Good for children or adults. Sold by
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GREW MISS LEWIS' HAIR
V AND WE CAN
Thi Gnat Danderine Never Fails to Produce the Desired Results
JVISS Lewis' rinir was very tliin and it was less trian two feet in length wfien
slie kegan iuing Danderine She savs her hair and scalp are now (airly
teeming with new life and vigor.
That's the main secret of this great remedy's success as a hair grower. It en
livens, imigrrafes and fairly electrifies rhe hair glands and tiSSUQS of the
JK-alp. causing unusual and unheard-of activity on the port of these two most impor
tant organs, resulting in a strenuous and continuous growth
off the hair.
The following is a reproduction of Miss Lewis" last letter:
January 3, 1905.
Dear Doctor Knowlton:
ou know I told you in my first letter that my hair would
not reach much below my shoulders, and that all of it together
only made one tiny braid.
I am sending you my photograph, which 1 had taken at Stevens
Bros. It tells the whole ttory better than I can tell it.
Everybody I know is using Danderine. so you see I am doing
someihing to ihew my appreciation.
Sincerely yours. I Miss ' EVA LLVUS.
Lat Ptoto:niDh of MISS IVA LEWIS
XS72 HaMniitor Avenue, Cnichco
OandeHne makes the a!p healthy and fertile and keeps it
so. It is the greatest scalp fertilizer and therefore the greatest
hair-producing remedy the world has ever known
It is a natural food and a wholesome medicine for both the hair
and scalp. Even a 25c bottle off it will put more
genuine life in your hair than a gallon of
any other hair tonic ever made. It shows
results from tho very start.
NOW at all druggists in three sizes.
25 cant, 60 cants and S 1 . par bettle
IT D ETC T? llow how quickly lDlerlii-nets rl eid
aT filF.r.a laTee "n'f 'e return mat) to mjit nne h.
" V Hrrt Kenieut to Km.wltou Dan
derine C.. riuci;a. Hi. tiinr name tud adtlre buu iu cents in
.irer or stamps to pay otage.
ver and San Francisco. The company
is incorporated at 100.(M0. and its ob
ject., as the papers set forth. Is to deal
in farm implements and vehicles. The
incorporators are: F. G. Allen, G. A.
Stephens and C. R. Stephens.
New Mail Wagons.
Four handsome new mail wasons
have been delivered by the Mason Car
riage works of Davenport for the use
of the four mounted carriers of the
Moline postofflce force. The wagons
are of new design and well planned
for the convenience of the carriers in
all sorts of weather. The chief feat
ure is the rear axle which turns for
ward so that the weight of the vehicle
and its driver is thrown directly over
the axle instead of behind it, which
has been the chief fault with the mail
wagons heretofore used. The wagons
are patriotically trimmed in red, white
and blue. They have an adjustable
canopy over the lookout glasses in
front for use in rainy weather or severe
wind or cold. The box for carrying
mail is commodious and so covered
that it is impossible for water to find
its way to the mail.
Coal Valley Man Principal.
Charles M. Grandjean, of Coal Val
ley, has been selected as principal of
the East Moline school to succeed Miss
Nelson, who has resigned. Mr. Grand
jean has had considerable experience
in high school work. He is a New
Yorker and comes highly recommend
ed. He has been serving of late in
Coal Valley. Teachers at the Ridge
way school have been reelected for
the next school year: Miss Rose Dur
bin for room 1. Miss Fay Woodward
for room 2, and Miss Eliza Durbin for
room 3. The Misses Durbin are of
Cordova, Miss Woodward of Port By
ion. Miss Rose Durbin expects to go
to Oshkosh, Wis., to visit Mrs. Frank
Abused Old Soldier.
Nels Borgeson, saloonkeeper on
Railroad avenue, sold John Olson, of
Alpha, the liquor with which Olson be
came Intoxicated Tuesday. He sold
him liquor when he knew Olson was
hopelessly drunk, and then threw the
man out of the place after he had quib
bled with Olson over a long-standing
bill. For this offense he was fined $10
and costs, amounting in all to about
f23, in the court of Justice Ingleson.
Fell Off Dam.
The 13-year-old son of Patrick J.
Dowdall, MS Forty-sixth street, Rock
Island, long time motorman on the
Blue line, met with a very peculiar and
nearly fatal accident Tuesday. He
started across the dam or bulkhead at
the arsenal power house, from the Syl
van island shore, on his bicycle. When
he had almost reached the other shore
his wheel went off the dam and with
it went young Dowdall, falling Into the
water and rocks below, a distance of
about, fifteen feet. There wasn't
enough water where the boy landed
to cause danger from drowning, but
the water that was there about two
feet of it broke the 'force of the fall
sufficiently to save the lad from hav
ing his life crushed out or. his bones
broken. He was rendered unconscious,
however, and was taken from the wa
ter by some people who witnessed the
accident. The Moline ambulance was
called and the little fellow was con
veyed to his home, where he soon re
Julius H., son of William Colsin,
died at the the family home, 1436 Thir
tenth street, Tuesday afternoon of
diphtheria at the age of 10 years. He
was born in this city. .
SAYS MR. CRAIG:
"I consider that I gave Dr. Richards Dypepia
Tablet! a severe test, for my dyspepia waa one of
the come-to-stay kind. Pain I I shudder at the recol
lection of those four miserable year. I would get at
hungry at a bear yet it was simply maddening to know
that I daren't eat, or I'd suffer all the worse for it.
"A friend earn in one evening with a bottle of the
tablets and said if I really had an inclination to get
well, that these tablets would do the business.
"Now, I had taken so many different tablet of
various kinds white, red, pepsin, soda that I almost
imagined I could hear them rattle when 1 sat down ;
but to please hint I began
taking Dr. Richard Dy
"That was two
months ago and I haven't
had pain or ache since,
and if there anything I
can't eat and digest that
is. anything made to be
eaten why, I haven't
"Yours very thankfully,
C. S. CRAIG."
42 E. 20th St., New York.
Not only help wonderfully in the actual
digestion of the food, but render anti
septic and harmless any undigested
They strengthen the digestive organs,
enabling them to do more and more
work until finally you are entirely welL
All the nourishment from your food
then goes to every part of the body.
You gain in weight. Your ambition
returns. Your nerves arc steady.
A trial costs nothing. Send for a free
At all drug stores, price 50 cents.
Say "Richards ttvice to the druggist
If you wish, send money direct to us
and we will see that you are supplied.
Dr. RICHARDS DYSPEPSIA TABLET ASSOCIATION,
63 and 65 Worth St., New York City.
For Sale and guaranteed by Harper House Pharmacy
At the Harper F. H. Kramer, El
den; Albert Hynes, Chicago; M. I).
Williams, Jamestown; N. Grey, La
Crosse; F. E. Wolfe, Galesburg; J. H.
Dacey. St. Joseph; C. M. Hoffmond,
St. Joseph; W. B. Ron, St. Joseph; P,
J. Carter, St. Louis; J. P. Carnes, West
Burlington; J. J. Corwiau, Chicago;
N. V. Sype, Chicago; W. S. Taylor,
Chicago; E. P. Parkes, Cedar Rapids:
S. W. Day, Davenport; E. D. Miller,
Chicago; Ed. Strasse, New York; Lon
R. Hall. Chicago; L. Sherwood, New
York; Bert McKinley, New York; P.
M. Miller, Chicago; N. Gregertsen,
Milwaukee: N. J. DeLauey, New York;
F. Murry, Chicago; H. W. Howe, Indi
anapolis; C. O. Boyle, Peoria; J. B.
Allen, Peoria; H. G. Field. Milwau
kee; M. Burke, Sterling; J. Bair, Cin
cinnati: S. R. Van Sant, Winona; W
B. Appleby. Chicago; S. Furlong. Chi
cago; J. H. Lowny. Chicago; P. D.
Babcock, Boston; H. D. Bell, Rock
ford; F. H. Rohm. Chicago; A. O. Rip
pey. Chicago; E. S. Woeln, Geneseo;
P. E. Nickols, Galva; Bert Popenber
ger. New Boston; F. O. Johnson, Chi
cago. At the Harms (European) Mr. and
Mrs. T. Myers, Pekin, 111.; Miss Kilroy,
Leslie Kinyon. Louisville. Ky.; Ed
ward .F Gerald, M. Taylor, New York;
I. R. Collins. Aurora, III.; Henry Fen
kel, Des Moines, Iowa; James L. An
derson. Sibley. 111.: L. E. Kautman, Du
buque; H. S. Castley, Springfield. 111.;
Mr. and Mrs. J- S. Baronet. Little
Falls; J. G- Hein&heimer, Buffalo, N.
Y.; H. M. Hyer, Chicago; E. L. Ber
nard. Muscatine, Iowa; F. A. Cone, Jas
per, Mich.; P. A. Fair, Helena, Mont.;
W-. H. Bassett, George T. Knox, Chi
cago; R. E. Brown, Peoria; A. G.
Smeather, Peoria; Charles Kohen, Chi
cago; (. V. Douglass, Iowa City, Iowa;
P. V. Hanson, Detroit, Mich.; R. J.
Brunette, Chicago; H..O. Henderson,
Lincoln. Neb.; J. Berner, Kansas City.
Kans. : P. Jones, Waukesha. Wis.; F.
A. Kerker, Chicago; J. E. Ferris, La
Crosse. Wis.; C. E. Smith. Chicago; V.
Gregnbaura, New York; F. F. Gusler,
Muscatine; C. Oelschlagel, Rock Isl
and; E. J. Wheeler, Milwaukee; P. F.
Aye. Alpena, S. D.; M. Lawerns, New
York; Mr. and Mrs. C. Riche, Rock
Island; IL H. Klasmeyer, St, Ixjuis;
S. Butler, Mr. Burrows. .1. Smith, Gus
Eastland. C. tL Hunt. Cambridge, 111.;
C. L. Lindner, Muscatine; H. R. Lieb-
man and wife, Louisville; W. A. Hud
den, Muscatine; H. S. Castles, Spring
field. III.: H. Williams and wife, St.
Ixuis: Charles E. Hoar, Quincy, III.;
C. L. Bernard, Muscatine.
At the Rock Island (European)
Niel Harley. Galesburg; L. B. McGuire,
Chicago; Harry LeVere, New York;
Janus K. Kramer, Kansas City; A. C.
Scarb't. St. Ixiuis; J. N. McCarter, Ad
rian, Mich.; C. W. Rafsnyder, Chica
go; F. D. Scribner, Clinton; W. H.
Kisth-r and wife, Buffalo Prairie; S. S.
Henderson. Chicago; C. C. Miller, De
catur; T. Scott Brown, Osco: William
Smith, Geneseo; James H. Berry, St.
Iouis; John McGregor, Sherrard; L. E.
Hcssman, Drury; F. M. Ixnihanrow,
Davenport; A .W. Kelso, E. Hirsh, J.
Rolling, C. C. Pence, Chicago; G. H. D.
Cave, Galesburg; W. T. Bachman, Pe
oria; T. T. Townsley. Buffalo Prairie;
R. M. Robertson, John Kosenschak,
Chicago; G. H. Oechsle. Peoria; H. W.
Lankford, Canton: J. B. Allen. W. G.
Fahrney. Peoria; A. C. Campbell. St.
Ituis: D. W. Jones. Peoria: H. W.
Hurlbut, Macomb; C. H. Charahan,
Ainswortb; A. R. Moore. Chariton; G.
Wilson. Chicago; R. J. Pew, Winona,
Minn.; D. Donaldson, Orion; V. E. Du
Chaine, J. M. Kapler, Chicago; If. K.
Baker. Omaha; J. M. Kershner, Bloom
Ington; H. Brown, Rock ford; W. M.
McCoy. Monmouth; W. C. Renther,
Chicago; G. A. Wilson. New York; J.
N. Cherry. Chicago: F. E. Davidson
and wife. Savanna; F. Pasold, Chicago;
W. 11. Imgerich, Milwaukee; Etta D.
A Fearful Fate.
It is a fearful fate to have to endure
the terrible torture of piles. "I can
truthfully say." writes Harry Colson,
of Masonville. Iowa, "that for blind,
bleeding, itching and protruding piles,
Bucklin's Arnica Salve is the best cure
made." Also best for cuts, burns and
injuries. 25 cents at Hartz & Ulle
"THE ONLY WAY"
to St. Louis.
The Chicago & Alton railway will run a special cheap
excursion from Peoria and Pekin to St. Louis Saturday
morning. June 10, 1905. Leave ..Peoria Saturday 6:30 a.
m.; arrive St. Louis 12:30 noon.
Special fast train returning leaves St. Louis Sunday
7:15 p. m. Here's your chance to visit in St. Louis. For
further Information, address, A. D. PERRY,
General Passenger Department,
T. W. Fogelstrom
JjyY ASSISTANT Furniture Uphotring neatly don.
1103 Thr4 avortus, Rock Island.
Old 'Rnone W122; nw 'phorM 5423
Siegel's Loan Office
Ca mmM A U - J
320 20th 8t, Old Phone W701X
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