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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY, JUXE 8, lfloj.
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Edges That Last
Probably you have bought edged tools made of steel that
was crumbly, or too soft to hold an edge, or so hard as to
be brittle. You may have bought them for good tools, too.
There is, however, a sure way to get tools with edges that
last. It is simply to ask for the Keen Kutter Brand when
buying. Keen Kutter Took have been standard of America
for 36 years, and are in every case the best that brains,
money and skill can produce. They are made of the finest
grades of steel and by the most expert tool makers. As
a complete line of tools is sold under this brand.
The draw knife shown here i an example of the excellence
of Keen Kutter Tools. It has a nicety of balance and
"hang," which has never been successfully imitated, and it
is made of the InrM steel ever put into a draw Knife.
Yet the Keen Kutter Draw Knife is no better than all
other Keen Kutter Tools.
The Keen Kutter Line was awarded the Grand Prize at
the St. Louis Fair, being the only complete line of tools
ever to receive a reward at a great exposition.
Following ar 'me of the vartoun kind of Kmi Kutter Tools;
Ala. A4z-m. HanimrriK HaU'ht-ta. Cbwela. scrW
lirivm. Aucr lilts. Kilt-. Plun'-s. Draw KniTra. kiawa.
Tool Oilmn-i. Mr.rtbe. Hay Kntven. Orau Hoolca,
finish Hooks. Corn Kuives, K? Hon, Trowels, Prun
ing sharK. TinmnC fnir. Soifiaorn. Kheare. Hair
iipiTM. Horse Shear", Kaznn), etc., and Knives of all
It yonr dealer l- not krrp Kn Knttr Tools,
writing and will that you are rupplird.
trerjKwn Kutur Tool is sold antler this Mark and Motto:
" The Recollection of Quality Hemains
long Alter the Trice is forgottem."
Trtie Mark Kei,lerr4.
SIMMONS HARDWARE CO.. St. Louis. U. S. A., 298 Broadway, New York.
New Gas Superintendent.
T. A . Uatcs, from Traverse City,
Mich., is here to become a Duvenport
er, succeeding V. I.. Huwers as su
perintendent of the- gas department
of the Davenport Can a; j:!ectric com
pany, Mr. Dowers resigned May 1, ef
fective in ::ti days, and is introducing
Mr. Haws to his lri nil.-.
Can Employe Discharged.
The trial of William Tinman, miip of
the striking employes at the can works,
who wiif ar: sHl n ceiitly, was held
yesterday ln-fore Justice Clans Jacobs,
of la venporf township. Tinnian wa:
uecused of threatening to l.il! one ot
the non-union employes at the plant in
case he did not quit work. The trial
was in charge of t'onsiahle M. II. Hol
liday. and was held in the open air ai
the homestead of dust ice .Jacobs, a
half mile wis? of the mile track. Af
1r liemin, thv evidence .Justic e Jacobs
discharged tin prisoner.
Take Child's Body.
The departure of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Waiters. Tl." West Fourth street, from
this city to St. Louis will lie a most
sad journey. Mr. Walters has been a
representative of the Metropolitan Life
Insurance co.'iipuu.t in ibis city and re
cently was given notice of a marked
promotion by being tiausteired to St.
Ijouis. The family were packing their
household effects preparatory to mak
ing the change when the death of their
infant son. Kobert C. H. Walters, oc
curred. Death was due to anaemia.
Inasmuch as the parents ate about to
make their future home in St. Louis.
i hey have decided to take the body
with them and have the burial take
of his buggy, and in the collision Mr.
Koch was thrown out upon the pave
ment and so badly bruised and shaken
up. it is stated, that he will be con
fined to his home for several days.
New Bank Succeeds.
The German Savings bank of New
Liberty, which has installed itself in
the quarters of the defunct New. Lib
erty bank, wrecked by Arnold Beu
thien, after three months of life shows
assets and liabilities, amounting to
$51,442.74. The paid up capital Is $10.
mmi. and the authorized capital is 25.
immi. The officers of the bank are as
follows: President. William Trelmer;
cashier. George Lueders; vice presi
dent. E. F. Jockheck, Jr.; attorney, D.
French Masons Interdicted.
Whether recognition should be ac
corded the Masons of France, who have
cur God out of their declaration of Ma
sonic belief and ideals, was the subject
of discussion at the Iowa Masonic
grand lodge yesterday. Letters were
read from the French grand lodge,
which is applying for recognition of
American grand lodges, showing that
the grand lodge of France does not
rake a radical atheistic stand. Action
on the matter, however, was deferred
until next year, and Masons from
France, traveling in Iowa, will be un
der the interdict that has prevailed
for some years. The election of offi
cers in the afternoon resulted as fol
lows: Grand master, W. H. Norris,
Manchester; senior grand warden.
I-rfHiis Block, Davenport; junior grand
warden. Charles E. Emerson, Crestou;
grand treasurer, Charles D. Gibbs. Al
ton; grand secretary, Newton R. Par
vin. Cedar Rapids; custodian, Charles
T. Granger, Waukon. Des Moines was
selected as the place of meeting next
BRIDE-TO-BE WAS TOO YOUNG
Hurt in Auto.
While automobiling with a company
of friends Tuesday night in the vicin
ity of Vallev City. Henry Schroeder
met with an accident which will lay
him up for some time. The accident
happened in a peculiar manner. WhiU;
returning from Valley City the chauf
feur discovered a buggy containing
: wo occupants in the road and turned
out sharply to avoid it. One of the
shafts of the buggy was thrust over the
tomuau. in which Mr. Schroeder was
sealed, and passed between Mr. Sehroe
d: r's body and his left arm. His es
cape from impalement was a most for
Minate one. One of his ribs was brok
en and he is a pretty sore man today.
Dr. Men Schmidt is looking after his in
Husband Insane; Seeks Divorce.
An interesting incident of three years
ago is recalled by the divorce suit of
Emma Smith vs. Thomas J. Smith,
which has been filed in the district
conn, .lames i. smiui, tne detemtant.
is the carpenter who in l!tu2 assaulted
.lames E. Mayliss, cutting him severely
on the hand, and who was soon after
ward sent to Mercy hospital as in
sane, evidence snowing ttiat lie Had
been drinking considerably and was
not accountable. Dec. 2l, 19ti2, he ran
away from the hospital and has not
been seen since. Mrs. Smith, having
waited thus long for his return, seeks
Hit by Car.
As Matthias Koch was driving down
West Fourth street yesterday a Daven
port t Suburban car ran into the rear
Father Hurriedly Called to Clinton to
Give His Consent.
Frank Hansen of Moline and Miss
Anna Green, of Cordova, went to Clin
ton yesterday to be married. When
they applied for a marriage license the
county clerk found that the prospect
ive bride was not yet 1C years of age
and he refused to issue the permit.
A consultation was held with the
result that a message was dispatched
for the father of the bride and he hur
ried to the up-river city on an interur
ban car in the afternoon to give his
formal consent to the match.
$10,000,000 for Automobiles.
Evidently the automobile has come
to stay. New York dealers report sales
amounting to over $lo,ono,0n0 during
the last few weeks, and also that they
are being made and used for almost
every x:casion. The greatest home
remedy of the present day is the cele
brated Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
Fast experience has proven that it can
be used successfully in all cases of in
somnia, kidney or liver troubles, dys
pepsia, indigestion, biliousness, cos
tiveness. general weakness, or malaria,
fever and ague. Women and girls who
suffer every month fro msecret ills
Uvill also be greatly benefited by using
the Bitters regularly. It is the best
woman's medicine before the public.
We urge a trial by every sick man and
woman. Insist on having Hostetter's.
Something else won t do its work near
vJ.lv one remedy in 'the "world that
will at once stop itchiness of the skin
n any par of the body; Doan's Oint
ment. At any drug store, 50 cents.
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Grew This Hair
AND WE CAN
Relatives of Mrs." Katherine Patch,
the woman who died suddenly of heat
prostration Monday, afternoon at the
home, 359 First street, have been lo
cated at Lostant, III. The husband's
whereabouts cannot be learned, but at
Lostant Mrs. Martin Shea, a sister,
and Jennie and Mollie. two daughters,
reside. They will come here to take
charge of the remains.
The graduating exercises of the
training school for nurses will be held
in. the First Methodist church this ev
ening, when four will receive diplomas
for having completed the four years'
course of training under competent in
structors at the city hospital. Those
who graduate are Inez Long, Catherine
Corrin, Kate Swenson and Florence
Peter A. Samuelson, of 1030 Sixteenth
avenue, employed in the lumber yard
at Deere & Co.'s, sustained a fracture
of both bones in the right arm, which
was also badly bruised, yesterday. He
was engaged in pushing a small car
load of hard wood used in the manu
facture of plows, when it toppled over,
pinioning him underneath and causing
the injury. He was removed to the
Guy McKinnie Married.
The home ceremony which united in
marriage Miss Constance Wells, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Wells.
Evanston, and Guy Leonard McKinnie,
son of Dr. and Mrs. P. L. McKinnie. of
Chicago, and formerly of Moline, at
7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening, just pre
ceded a large reception to which COO
invitations were Issued. The reception
was held at "Willa Celeste," the home
of the groom's parents in Chicago.
Want to Play Ball.
On Fifteenth street the merchant ball
players have an infectious disease.
The festive baseball microbe has them
in its grip, and all along the line the
boys are discussing the probabilities
of a challenge from the men who work
on Third avenue. Last year the Fif
teenth street men issued the challenge
and this year they feel the Third ave
nue boys should cry for revenue.
I.lttle I'rarx-eu Mftrle K no Hon Is t tie daugh
ter of lr. K. W. KiKiirltoii. tin disonFerer f
tbls Kieat h.dr growing remedy, anU lu-r beauti
ful liair was grown wholly by the um: of tln
Tin littto Kirl bat no more hair t!in tl'e
aeraj:e child before using lan-Je rluc. tiil
Ijow she hat th Iouget.t und lut be:iui!lt:!
head of golden lialr ever poskested. by s chad
of her ago la the world.
lanlfrine makes tht scslp hfaltliy and frrti!
and kwps it v. It Is the greatest s-a)p ft-rtili-zer
aiid therefore the Kre.tlot ha.lr rvxhictua
rnuedy ever discovered. It Is a. i.aturul fxd
und a wliolesome medtclne for toth thu linlr
aud tculp. Even a 2Ac. bottle of it. will I nt
more geinilne lite in jour hair tluai agailon of
auy other ha.r touic ever made.
Members of the High School Alumni
association held their annual reunion
Tuesday evening at the House-in-the-Woods,
Campbell's island, the annual
business meeting being followed by a
dancing party, A proposition to re
store the annual dues to the $1 mark
and essay more pretentious entertain
ments each year was voted down, as it
was feared interest would not be arous
ed by this means. The election of of
ficers resulted: President, Harvey Mc
Kinley; vice president. Fred Adelman;
secretary, Edna Wood; treasurer, A.
E. Kohler. During the evening frappe
was served and a program of dances
K. of P. Elect.
St. George lodge, Knights of Pyth
ias, has held the semi-annual election
of officers, the following being elected:
Chancellor commander, Gust E. Ander
son; prelate. J. I. Smith; master of
work, C. W. Saudstrom; keeper of rec
ords and seals. Burr McKinley; master
at arms, Harry De Wolfe; inner guard,
Clinton Crcutz; outer guard, Thomas
Needed Fire Department.
The first demonstration of the need
of a fire department in East Moline oc
curred Tuesday, when a local freight
on the Itock Island pulled into the vil
lage-with a blazing car of lumber. The
car was switched onto a siding, but
nowhere near the artesian well, so the
villagers made no effort to extinguish
the blaze, which consumed the car and
Resignations have begun to reach
the teachers' committee of the board of
education. Those which have been re
ceived to date are from Mary E. Shipp,
Hilva O. Johnson. Nellie G. Wilson,
Minnie J. Peterson, Augusta Brinker
hoff and H. Ixmise Judson. The fol
lowing have been appointed to fill the
vacancies: Louise Aldredge, Christine
Sundine, Lydia Dahlheim. Edna L. An
derson, Susan Walker, Grace Ewing.
Wed at Clinton.
Miss Rhoda Ilock and George Guinn.
of Moline went to Clinton yesterday
and were married. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. E. H. IVan tstor
of the First Congregational church. Mr.
and Mrs. G. I). Dorst of Moline attend
ing them. The young couple, it seems,
stole a inarch on their friends. The
bride is a Moline high school gradu
ate and the groom a Rock Inland machinist.
now joii.v r,. so:.:s
Should aijy ht -o i v;-r express a doubt
as to the liu-rit s i t I) . Kicliatdj l)ys;cpM.i
Tablets p'e.tM' s. iid tie io il.iiiej person to
ine. I can show l:i::i .r Iter bow I was once
practically a t t.il v.u ck ; bow I went
through every p'i;-- ot dxsjwpsi.i and how
the disease uiidrriiiiiu d mv eoutitutioii and
made mo lo e ti.-h until I a the shadow
of my former self.
Why, many of tny fii.-mls lt-iievetl I bal
Consuni;)tiiii, anil 1 myself b'-gau Ut fi-ar it
and to iitukc l.ius lor removal a w aimer
anlllier c! illicit t. and for t'.ie abaudoiiuiciit
of mv business.
When, on the recommendation of a
friend, I got sour- lltlrs t.i Dr. Rieb.'.ids
Dyspepsia T.iolcts, I leeciveil more benefit
by far than I ever , ex
pected. 1 was CCRKD
;.nd cntcd radically
that K.i the 1 it eight
nio-.itbs I hive not lead
even a miIiI s iiijilwiu
of nci oiisiicss or iudi
yestin. I b tv.- j-aiael nearly
twenty pound in weight.
I uui a '-rfectly health v
m.in. and Dr. Richard's
Dyspepsia T.tblcts did it
I will back up every word
of this letter ut any time.
JOHN S. SOUS,
37 Fulton Street,
If you arc naturally thin don't -worry.
If : you are. losing weight hoJe out
The primary cause of ; consumption
is a constitution broken down by some
other condition. Disease germs cannot
live. in 2 healthy, well' nourished body.
In the blood are a host of white
corpuscles whose duty it is to seize and
destroy ail'sejrins and poisons that enter
Keep the blood rich and pure and it
will,ii$ht olf disease lot you
Where do,;s tru- body getits strength?
From the. lood we eat and the air
If aire- food is. properly digested, the,
body's storchot.se oi strength is kept
tilled. 11 not- even though we eat
plenty, we starve.
t It is nc:. U'Ju.ti Ive eat, but Ivhat be-
yspepsia Tabfsf a
BesJom Purfeot Hifcestlon,
That, means health to the whole
These Tablets dju't do the digesting
for you that would only make, the
stomach weaker they make it possible
for your digestive organs to do their
Tiie first dose after the first meal
will show you what they can do.
If you have anything the matter with
you try Dr. Richards Dyspepsia
Remember a hell nourished body is
a healthy one.
A trial costs nothiig. We will gladly
send-you free sample when-you ask
At all druggists 50 cents, or we will,
send it direct to you. E,ach package
contains some Laxocomiits for consti
pation. Say Kiclurds tlvice to thc
druggist. Write to-day for free sample.
Dr. RICHARDS DYSPEPSIA TABLET ASSOCIATION
S3 and 56 Worth St., New York City.
A GIGANTIC GROUP OF
Combined Acts by Lions, Tigers, Polar
Bears, Leopards and Great
NOW at all dnjjnsts. in three sies, 25 cents
and $1.00 per liotth-.'
LatetFUotOOf FRANCES .MARIE KNOWLTON,
Fsar Year. S3Q Oarfield Boulevard. Chcgo.
CnCC To siow. how quickly Danderine acts, w- Mill
sckJ a larye sample free by return m.i:l to anyone
who sends this advertisement to the Knowlton Datdsr!f:e
Co.( Chicago with name and address and 10 cents in silver i
itamps to pay postage.
For Sale und guaranteed by Harper House Pharmacy
"For seven, years." writes George W.
Hoffman, of Harper, Wash.. "I had a
bitter battle with chronic stomach and
liver trouble, but at last I won, and
cured ray diseases by the use of Elec
tric Bitters. I unhesdtatingly recom
mend them to all, and don't Intend in
the future to be without them in the
house. They are certainly a wonder
ful medicine, to have cured such a bad
case as mine." Sold, under guarantee
to do the same for you, by. Hartz &
Ullemeyer, druggists, at 50 cents a bot
tle. Try them today.
Can't be perfect health, without pure
blood. Burdock Blood Bitters makes
pure blood. Tones and invigorates the
In Hit? way of animal performers.
Carl Hagenbeck's Trained Animal
Show contains a world of now first in
troduced transcendently sensational
features .among which may be men
tioned the erand group the biggest
mixed one ever projected of two lions,
three Bengal tigers, two Indian leop
ards, two pumas, two huge polar bears,
four great. Dane dogs and creation's
crowning living wonder, the only mon
ster hybrid lion-tiger, four years old,
and a magnificent, majestic creature,
powerfully and symmetrically combin
ing the physical peculiarities of either
species, and wearing the tiger's stripes
upon the lion's skin. Here we are
confronted with the incredible specta
cle of six different species and one
marvelous intermixture of two of them,
each one naturally the fierce, implaca
ble foe of all the rest, and some of
them hitherto classed as utterly un
tamable, under a single trainer's quiet
direction amicably and conjointly par
ticipating in the formation of a colos
sal composite pyramid, and various
awesomely beautiful and graceful tab
leaux. Then we behold those specially
dreaded jungle terrors, the tigers,
playfully indulging in a game of see-s-aw,
with a great Dane dog gravely
balancing them; a tiger riding on a
bicycle-which two of the dogs propel
The Daily Output &f
75he Western Flovir
Would make a loaf of bread that would feed many thousands and
every part of the loaf would be pure, wholesome and good to eat.
The Whetut From WhlcU
Is milled is the choicest grown, coming from the famed wheat fields of
Minnesota and Dakota. Your giocer has it, or can get It for you.
WESTERN FLOUR MILL CO..
TESTED 40 YEARS.
Since 1864 thoiu&nds of Rheumatic and
tSouty sufferers have ben cured by
Sennewald'i . I 'rescript ion Four Thousand.
It is no new experiment. There ii
nothing uncertain about it. We abto
luteljr KNOW that it is a quick and.
lermancnt specific for
Gout and Asthma. We absolutely KNOW
that it will cure J9U if you axe aillitted
with either of these diseases. We absolutely
KNOW it to be the one jemed that.will
neutralize and expel the poisonous uric
cid from the system. It costs only 1 13.00
fT bottle and can be bought at any drug
tore, or will be sent, direct by express.
Ask your druggist for oar little book
"Plain Talk About Rheumatism." Itcosts
nothing and tells in plain language all there
is to know about the cause, treatment and
sure of Rheumatism, Gout and Asthma.
Address E. A. Sennewald & Co., 8C0
Hickory Street, St. Louis, Mo.
by standing erect and pushing it from
behind with their paws; leopards aud
polar bears doing rolling and balanc
ing stunts with barrels; the four Danes
making running in and out double fig
ure eights around pedestal, from which
the lioness and tigers grimly grin at
them; the lions and tigers unitedly and
hosnitably converting themselves into
I u spoclally soft and handsome couch
for their trainer to lie dreamily uion;
the biggest lion gratifying his teach
ers curiosity by permitting him to put
his head clear into his mouth; the
entire group assembled at the festive
Ixiard. decorously seated on chairs, the
trainer in the, place of honor with a
monster lion on either hand. Tho
plates before the hungry guests are
heaped with raw and tempting tidbits,
bur none are so rude as to touch a mor
sel until invited by their host, when
all literally fall to with a vengeance.
The crowning test of the docility and
affection of these fearsome associates,
and one which no other has ever dared
to attempt, comes when their com
raderand commander,, causing each one
of theni to Mand crtct before him and
to place its fore feet upon his should
ers, feeds it raw meat, taken from his
naked hand while held above his head
as far as he can reach. The show
comes fresh from its seven months'
record breaking season at the St. lyjuis
world's fair, and will be with us on
Saturday, June 17.
The C M. &. St. P. offer first class
train seryice to. Chicago and Kansas
City, from the trl-ci,ty sleeping car re
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 results 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.
In order to prov tt you
that Dr. A. W. Chao's
Ointment is 11 certtiiu mid
ulwoluto cure for any form
of it(hiri", Meeduijfur
protruding pil'-, the iuunufat turvr gnuruo
tu a cure. You cau uo it and if nut
til rod gut your .money buck. JJr. t'axjter
Walton, lalxtrrr, ilichiynn CU'j, Ind., Kays:
"I work Uurd aud liltui iililonl. Thostraiu
brought ouun attack ot p.ic. Tbcy iu bl
and they protrudgd and bled. Nothing belpod
I hern until I uud Vr. A.W. CIuim;' Ointment.
Tbut curud them." &0v. a box at all dealing or
Ob. A. V. Cuis.1 Mcuicjs tc Co . DutTalo, N.Y.
Qr; 7. Chass.OinfmeiiL
FRANK. A. FREDERICKS.
Schrelner Shop, 1121 Fourth
JkfcLB prompt!? oa. Wis
! acreea rm m special
ty. Satlafatla KaraalrL ' Hra
ldemee, 415 Etereatfc street. OU
pkeae west 24.