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THE mfUS, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1905.
Tb Taeolltctian if Quality JUmains Lent After ihs Trict it TontUn.
"Old Friend Tools"
Every man feels a certain pleasure in the use of good
tools. He knows that he can depend upon them to do
their work and do it welL In time a man will become
attached to a good tool as to an old friend, so in sym
pathy do they seem to become.
Keen Kutter Tools are the kind of tool that become
old friends. They are the dependable, long-service kind.
' There is economy and satisfaction in buying Keen
Kutter Tools because every Keen Kutter Tool is the
. best that brains, money and skill can produce.
Keen Kutter Tools have been the standard of Amer
ica for 36 years and were awarded the Clrand Prize at
the St. Louis Exposition, the only prizeof the kind ever
given to a complete line of took. The name Keen
Kutter covers a complete line of took so that you may buy
any kind of tool with assurance of absolute satisfaction.
When, for instance, you buy a bit be sure to get one
bearing the Keen Kutter name. Made in all leading
patterns, highest quality of steek finest finish and with
long cutting lips, insuring long life.
Some of the other kinds of Keen Kutter Tools are
Axes, Adzes, Hammers, Hatchets, Chisels, Screw
Drivers, Auger Bits, Files, Planes, Draw Knives, Saws,
Tool Cabinets, Scythes, Hay Knives, Grass Hooks,
Bruih Hooks, Corn Knives, Eye Hoes, Trowels, Prun
ing Shears, Tinners' Snips, Scissors, Shears, HairCBp
' pers, Horse Shears, Razors, etc. , and Knives of all kinds.
If your dealer doe not; kr Keen Kutter Tools, write ua
mi we will Mr that you are supplied.
SIMMONS HARDWARE COMPANY,
M. Uwls. V. S. A. 28 Broadway. Nw York
We have just received a large vari
ety of the white linen hata of all the
latest shapes. Soma are trimmed with
the owl heads, others in breasts, while
some are trimmed exceedingly smart
with pigeon wings, and all are being
sold at attractively low prices.
BRANDENBURG MILLINERY STORE,
Corner of Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue.
I BIG 3
For the Boys' at the
Big Blue Front.
25 Per Ceivt
Off of any Child's
Suit in the store, t
33, Per Cent
T Off of any Wash Suit in the
T store. None reserved.
Come at once while the
T assortment is big.
ON WRONG ROUTE
Freight .Trains Are Not Headed
for Her Destination.
SINGING AS SHE SWOONED
Escort Is Struck by Engine Tender on
. Twentieth Street Last Night
Singing ' Nearer. My God to Thee.
a woman swooned away after her es
cort had been struck by a Milwaukee
freight engine and the attending sur
eon informed her that the average lat
ter way ranroaa was the wrong roiUe
tor mat destination. She was not in
jured, but only narrowly escaped, while
:he man. .who is a Rock Island barber.
s suffering from bruises, but nothing
The couple were on Twentieth street
uear Second avenue when the freight
train approached at about 6:45 last
evening. The engineer, it is ."aid. mo
tioned to them to get back, but the
man and the engine tender came to
gether in a manner that proved a nar
row escape of serious injury to him.
Jhe ambulance was called and he was
taken to his room. The woman, who
had escaped injury, became hysterical.
and was given immediate attention by
Similar to llunmira Arrtdrnt.
This accident was similar to one in
which Sebastian Hammes lost his life
about a year and a half ago, he being
ground under the wheels of a Burling
ton train near the corner of Nineteenth
street and First avenue, where he was
walking with a woman.
There is a gate at the Twentieth
street crossing, but there might as
well not have been, as it is not in oper
ation during the evening, when there
are several trains passing along thar
route over the Burlington and Milwau
kee systems. For lo, these many,
many months the mayors and councils
have asked for better protection at
these crossings, but the appeals and
orders have just as long been totally
"Thousands for fighting the damage
suits in court, but not one cent for the
protection of the public," seems to be
the motto that is hung up by the com
panies. There ought to be gates'prop
erly operated, not only at Twentieth
street, but at Seventeenth, Eighteenth
and Nineteenth as well.
M. C. RICE, Prop.
Wifl I 1-1 I-I-l'I ! I I H-
CONCERT ON MARKET SQUARE
Entertainment Will Be Given Tomor
An excellent program is to be given
at Market square tomorrow evening by
Bleuer's band. This is the third of
the series of public concerts arranged
for by Mayor McC'askrin. The mayor
fears that the immense crowds will
damage the flowers and plants at Spen
cer square, and consequently the re
maining concerts down town will be
given at Market square instead. Fol
lowing is- the program:
March, "Semper Fidelis" Sousa.
Overture. "Sustspiel" Keler Bela.
Waltz. "Dreams of Childhood
Selection from "The Royal Chef"
Intermezzo. "Anona" Grey.
Selection. "The Army Chaplain"
Mazurka Kusse, "La Czariue"
Melodies from "The Singing Girl"
Mrs. J. Duber and son, Harry, are
visiting in Chicago.
airs. H. W. Crawford is very ill at
her home on Twenty-third street.
John Titterington left today to visit
relatives in Edgington and vicinity.
fc.ii Mosenielder has departed for
New York City on a purchasing trip.
T ft 1 . -
j. a. r.iifuwuou spent Sunday in
Geneseo, where his wife is visiting rel
Will Berry of Aurora, is visiting
with his niece, Mrs. Sifford Johnson, of
Miss Gertrude Teska. leaves on Wed
nesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Young, in Chicago.
Mrs. John Titterington and Miss
Grace Johnston have gone to Hartley,
Iowa, to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hill and daugh
ter. Beulah, have returned from Peoria
where they spent the Fourth.
Mrs. Fred Fox. who has been visit
ing with Mrs. Fred Eyle has returned
to her home in Kalamazoo. Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. I T. Trently arrived
on the steamer St. Paul from St. Louis
to visit relatives in Rock Island.
Laurence and Clayton Simpson de
parted last evening for a two weeks'
visit to Cordova and Port Byron.
H. Anderson and family departed on
the steamer St. Paul for St. Paul this
afternoon, to make their home in that
The Misses Mabel and Clara Levey
departed this afternoon on the steamer
St. Paul for a short visit in Minneapo
lis and St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I'llemeyer departed
yesterday for a visit to Chicago and
the great lakes. They will be gone
about two weeks.
Mrs. Mattie Williams and Miss Al-
lene Hollowbush returned today on the
steamer St. Paul from their visit to
Keokuk and Warsaw.
The Misses Helen and Fannie Price,
of Coal Valley, were passengers from
Rock Island for St. l'aul on the steam
er St. Paul this afternoon.
Miss Kathryn Mitchell and nephew,
Leo Sheehan, who have been visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hartnady, re
turned last night to their home in
O. L. Hill, traveling freight agent of
the Chicago & Alton railway, with
headquarters at Peoria, spent the day
in Rock Island looking up business
matters for his company.
Weather Forecaster J. M. Sherier of
the local station has left for Anita,
Iowa, to spend his vacation.- Mrs.
Sherier had bevn visiting her relatives
there for a couide of months.
Mrs-. I. J. Hoar and son departed to
day for Portland, Ore., where they will
sPend several weeU,s. They were ac
companied by Miss Agnes Gibson and
Miss Mabel Alsterlund, of Moline.
Mrs. George Barker has returned af
ter spending severaL weeks visiting at
Ochelata and Bartlesville. I. T., and To-
peka, Kans.. where Mrs. Barker repre
sented local Royal Neighbors at the
Misses Irene Don. Mabel Smith and
Grace Davis, and Will Marquis, Her
man Ehrhorn, Charles Montgomery.
Kenneth Frazer, Albert Huesing and
Ernest Leffler have returned from
Camp Bide-a-Wee at Scott's Landing.
Mrs. Paul Keller and son, Ira. and
Mrs. Felix Ettinger and son, David,
who have been visiting for some time
with Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Rosenrield,
departed this morning for Park Ridge,
111., to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. Silverman.
15 MILES PER HOUR
Speed Limit of Automobiles at
the Rock Island Arsenal.
Order Issued Covering Speed. Control ;
of Machine and Specifying
Drives They May Occupy.
MOTIONS FOR NEW TRIALS
Argument in Personal Damage Suits
Judge Graves, presiding in circuit
court, today neard arguments on mo
tions for new trials in the cases of
Gaylord vs. George B. Swift Co., and
Rutledge vs. George B. Swift Co., per
sonal damage suits tried at this term
of court. A verdict for the plaintiff
was returned in each case.
PRIVATE FUNERAL SERVICES
Rites Over Remains of Benjamin Wald
man at St. Joseph's Church.
Private funeral services were con
ducted this morning over the remains
of Benjamin Waldman. whoso death
came suddenly Saturday morning. The
services were held at St. Joseph s
Catholic church, interment being made
at Calvary cemetery. Mru. Waldman
is still in a critical condition.
The pills that act as a tonic and
not as a drastic purge, are De Witt's
Little Early Risers. They cure Head
ache, constipation, biliousness, etc.
Early Risers- are small, easy to take
and easy to act a safe pill. Mack
Hamilton, hotel clerk at Valley City,
N. D., says: "Two bottles of these
famous Little Pills cured me of chron
ic constipation." Good for either chil
dren or adults. At all druggists.
"I owe my whole life to Burdock
Blood Bitters. Scrofulous sores cov
ered my whole body I seemed beyond
cure. B. B. B. has made me a perfect
ly well woman." Mrs. Charles Hut
ton, Berville, Mich.
Where Bibles Ave lot Allowed.
The Turkish government baa refused
tte request of the Unjjed State and
Great Britain to permit the sale of
Bibles In the streets of Turkish cltiea.
The marriage of Miss Mary Mills
and Rev. R. M. Laurensen. takes place
this week at the Trinity church.
Picnic at Tower.
The picnic of the Grace Lutheran
Sunday school at the Watch Tower Sat
urday was well attended and highly
enjoyed despite the rain which made
it necessary-to remain uuder shelter
almost the entire time.
In order to correct some wrong im
pressions that prevail with reference
to automobiles on the Rock Island ar
senal driveways. Col. S. E. Blunt calls
attention of the users of these ma
chines to the order issued by him in
April of this year with reference to the
speed and the ways that are open to
the use of automobiles on the island.
Following is the order:
Ordlnaarea of Cltlea.
Rock Island Arsenal. April 25, 1905.
1. The attention of all persons to
whom permission to use automobile on
the island has been granted is invited
to the fact that by ordinance the cities
of Davenport, Rock Island and Moline
have limited the speed of automobiles
In Davenport, by ordinance paEaed
Oct. 15, 1902, and approved that day
by Mayor Waldo Becker, speed is lim
ited to one mile in five minutes (12
miles per hour).
In Rock Island, by ordinance, passed
Sept. 19, 1904, and approved that day
by Mayor William McConochie, speed
is limited to one mile in six minutes
(10 miles per hour).
la Moline. by ordinance, passed Kept.
0. 1904. and approved that day by. May
or U. P. Skinner, speed Is limited to
one mile in six minutes (10 miles per
!. All these ordinances also contain
provisions similar to section 3 of the
Davenport ordinance, which is as fol
"Section 3. Every person using such
vehicle shall at all
times have complete control of the
same and shall at all times be watchful
to avoid accidents and to avoid fright
ening horses driven upon the public
streets, and whenever any horse shall
become frightened at such automobile.
autocar or other similar vehicle, shall
stop the same at once and wait until
the danger of frightening such horse
3. The requirements of the above
quoted section 3 will be observed by
all users of automobiles at this arsenal,
but as the public roads and drives at
the arsenal are less crowded than the
city streets the Fpeed limits of 12 miles
per hbur'iri Davenport and 10 miles in
Rock Island and Moline are hereby ex
tended at tne arsenal to lb muos per
hour, which limit of speed will not he
exceeded by users of automobiles on
such of the arsenal roads and drives as
are open to them.
Keep Off of Iloiue llrlve.
4. Automobiles until further orders
will not be allowed on Home drive or
on any of the roads in the section of
the arsenal on the south of Main ave
nue and to the west of East avenue.
With above exceptions, they may use
any of the island roads and drives.
5. For convenience in estimating
rate of travel, operators of automobiles
are informed that at the rate of 15
miles per hour, 3 minutes and 9 seconds
would be required between the main
gate and the arsenal flagstaff, and lu
minutes and 9 seconds between the
main gate and the guard house at the
south end 01 the .Moline bridge.
S. E. BLUNT.
Lieut. Col. Ord. Dept., U. S. A.. Com
Dance at Campbell's Island.
Invitations are out for a dance by
King Philip's tribe of Red Men, to be
given Tuesday, July 18. in the House-
in-the-Woods at Campbell's island.
Miss Jennie Banks entertains this
afternoon at her home in Davenport in
honor of Miss Ettinger, of Joliet, who
is visiting with Miss Rothschild.
George II. Johnston, of St. Louis,
who erected the Illinois theatre, has
been awarded the general contract for
the new Moline playhouse, the consid
eration being $38,000.
The Only Way t Cure.
To cure a cold when you have no
cough to cure a cough when you
have no cold to cure yourself when
you have bom take Kennedy s i-ax
ative Honey and Tar. The new idea,
the original Laxative Cough Syrup. It
contains no opiates and is best for
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough,
etc. Pleasant to the taste and equally
good for child or adult. Remember
the name, "Kennedy's," and see that
he red clover blossom and the honey
bee is on the bottle. Kennedy's Lax
ative Honey and Tar is the original
Laxative Cough Syrup. Take no oth
er. Sold by all druggists.
WILL PLAY HERE TOMORROW
Chiaffarellrs Band Comes if the
Weather is Favorable.
Chiaffarelli's Italian band, which was
to have played in Spencer (square for
an hour this morning, had to abandon
the proposed concert today, but If the
weather is favorable at 11:30 tomor
row morning this organization will
give the Rock Island people an enter-
lainmeni. 1 ne manager announces
that the concert at Schuetzen park will
be given every afternoon and evening
notwithstanding the bad weather.
There la seating capacity indoors for
a large number of people, which will
be taken advantage of in case of rain.
iouce is nereny given tnat the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Black Hawk Homestead Building
I-oan & Saving association of Rock
Island, 111., will be held In the office of
the secretary in Bergston's block in
the city of Hock Island. III., on Tues
day evening, July 18, I&u5, at the hour
of 8 o'clock, for the purpose of elect
ing four directors for the period ol
three years and for the transaction of
such other business as may properly
come before the meeting.
E. D. SWEENEY, President
T. J. MEDILL. Secretary.
One Lady's Recommendation Sold
Fifty Boxes of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
I have, I believe, sold fifty boxes
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets on the recommendation of one
lady here, who first bought a box of
them about a year ago. rhe never
!res of telling her neighbors and
friends about the good qualifies of
these tablets P. M. Shore, druggist.
Rochester, Ind. The pleasant purga
tive effect of these tablets makes
them a favorite with ladles every
where. For sale by leading druggists.
COLONEL CALLS ATTENTION
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ALL THE TIME AT ALL THE
FIXTURES AND AT A MINI
THIS "IDEAL" TANK HEATER
REQUIRES SO LITTLE FUEL
AND, ATTENTION TO KEEP
YOUR HOT WATER TAN "GOOD
AND HOT" THAT YOU WILL
NEVER NOTICE IT.
GET OUR ESTIMATE ON THE
COST OF PUTTING IN ONE.
DO IT NOW.
Ae ; Mverss&iGompanv
A picnic for close buyers.
Outing and Flannel
Trousers, $3, $2.50, and
$2 ones at
Also fancy Worsted and
Cassimere Pants, regu
lar price$5, $4.75, $4.50
and $4 and $3.75 broken
lots all go at
Sommers & La Velle
IN COMMEMORATION OF ITS TWENTY FIFTH ANNIVER8ARY
The Rook Island Mutual
Building, kan and Savings Association
Invites Subscriptions to Its 93d series of stock as a testimonial of
appreciation of the public service heretofore rendered in providing ov
er sixteen hundred citizens with homes and as a pledge of coopera
tion on the part of investors in an effort to meet the present pressing
demands for additional homes.
Our conservative plan is to limit loans to small amounts, with 33
per cent margin, and to local home owners exclusively.
Earnings 7 Der cent on monthly oavmenta.
5 per cent on paid up f
THE OLDEST SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN THE CITY.
E. II. GUYER, Secretary.
Office Mitchell L Lynde Block.
The Safe and Helpful Beverage
GOOD Leer helps the stomach to perform its
offices. It aids the digestion. The percentage of
alcohol in goixl beer is very small. GOOD ber
Wiener )uenches the thirst and refreshes instant
ly and naturally. Athletes drink Wiener beer when
in training. They know that it is good for theru.
The absolute wholeromeness of Blatz Beers is pro
deterrnined by the Klatz Method, months before it
comes to you. Pure, sparkling water hops
barley malt- brewed ami matured in the good
Blatz way. The ideal home beverage.
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217-ISth St Hello B25
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