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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, AUGUST 21 V' 3905.
Keen Kutter qual
ity tells in the long
life of Keen Kutter
Tools at wtU as in
better work and
t is not an unimtal
thing for Keen Kut
ter Tools to be
passed down from
father to son, so lone
do they last.
The long life of Keen Kutter Tools compared with the short term of
service of inferior brands makes Keen Kutter Tools by far the least
expensive tools that you can buy. The
-r r ' j
trademark covers every kind f tools so that you may always be sure of
highest quality by insisting upon Ketrn Kutter Tools.
An example of the Kten Kutter excellence is found in Keen Kutter
Hatchets and Handled Axes.. These are made of the highest grade of steel,
on the most approved lines. and by the lx?-t workmen. Every Keen Kutter
Hatchet and Axe has the handle wedged with the- irellner Patent Everlasting
Wedge which positively prevents the head ever fl ing otf or working loose,
and is sharpened ready for use. Thtse are exclusive Keen Kutter features.
Hrmvrof hertfTkinlrf K-n K uifr TooUar: Am. AdzM, !!miMri,
Hm lirim, Ijm-iii. s i- Ir:v-m. .tacr lt.t. I I'Uno. lirw Kmwi,
htwi, ItKil t abmrtA. SrTttiHi. Hay K mv. iTm fi'okft. HruAli Hook. Corn
KritTr. Kf Mm. Trowel. rrnmni? slwr.TiiiTinr nis. i-M'tuon, biieais,
Ujux Clii'l!", liuru Mrnri, t-(c, anil Rinv"f all kuiua.
If f'Hir tm.lr 1cm- not keep kwn KtrttT TikiIb,
wnl u, and fe m ill - that you are rapplM-!.
Erery keen K utter Tool told uti'ler tiu Mark and Motto:
"The Hccolitction of Quality 'Remains Ion After the Prut it Tortotttn."
St. Loot. U.S. A.
238 Broadway, New York.
Carnival Ends. After one of the
biggest K'an ls ver enjowd by t la
Parker Amus ment company the sircri
fair came to a close Saturday nigh!
after a weet's run in this ciry, nii'Ur
the auspin s of Plow City court. No.
10!;, Court of Honor. While the num
ber of admissions can not be announc
ed yet. the Parker people say that
they had the largest crowd here ilia!
they have ever entertained.
Takes Long Time. Sotr.t idea of the
extent of the di lay that must ensue
before even the firs: decision has b,en
rendered on the liability on the Warr
patent notes is fixed may lis' gained
when it is explained thai P'.ti di'ys will
elapse before the master in chancery
Js fn position to consider the testimony
and report his findings. The taking of
testimony In-fore Master in Chancery
Y. II. Kelly was begun last week. The
evidence to be offered is in the con
solidated suit of stockholder asking
the court to dissolve the Moline Piiild
lng, Saving's loan association aii'i
divide the assets. The suit is based on
the pie that the association is insolv
ent, and its liabilities exceed the as
ets and that the charier has expired.
Bjya Business. A d al has been
closed whereby Sidney Hammeniuist
purchased the entire stock of what lias
been known as the Klcclrie Const ruc
tion & Machinery company, ir.2." Li
brary street, and hereafter the firm
will be known as the Electric Construc
tion company, with Mr. Hnmmerquist
as snie proprietor. v
Many Will Go. IJelgians of this city
are looking forward with great antici
pation to the grand festival which is
to he held in Chicago. Sunday. Sept. 3.
11 celebration of the T.'th anniversary
of th independence of Belgium. Al
ready the Itelgian club of Moline hi's
decideil to attend in a body, and oth
ers will go. so tbat a crowd of prob
ably 7.", or !"' will make the trip.
New Business Block. Plans have
been drawn for a ?l'.non brick busi
ness block which when completed will
he a substantial addition to the busi
ness houses ol I!ast Fifth avenue. The
building will be erected by Francis IV
.laeirer. the ea-t etid grocer, riow loca
ted in the Co ne building. Plans call
for a modern stole room on the first
floor ami ofliee rooms and suites on
the second floor. The buildini;- is to be
two stories in heb;bt with pressed
brick front. It will be jn harmony with
the other fine buildings wkicb have
been erected on Fifth avenue between
Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth streets.
Locked in Car. From Cedar Katdds
to this city ;n a box ear is the ride two
Flvear-o'd oiitiirst. rs took on a Kock
Island freight train. Ho: h were un
willing passencers. and they appeared
forlorn and forsaken when discovered
in Natick Saiiirda.. The two boys had
been si i:t by their mothers to yet
wool, and they had climbed into an
Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous
Stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.
trvnA ai taa Lak
Q ,Ctrat, PSA.
Olgmmtm Whmi Ym fW
MttLkmm thm Brmmtb 0mmmt
Am m Ramm.
SOLD HY ALL DRUGGISTS.
feailax but aaa iH
iata aa a-aca aa taa
trial, or So cat atta.
j l"a ilia Ii" iiii"i"ili,,i'ji
Yovi Can Get That Money
You Need Today.
Jii.t let us know what you want and we will send our con
fidential agent ta make al! arrangements. We take a ben
on your furniture, piano, horses, wsagons. etc., for security,
but do not remove nor disturb the property in any way.
Everything conducted without noise or notoriety. We'll
quote you terms and tell you what we can do for you and
there will be no charge of any kind unless we make you a
loan. Everything open and above board. A '"square deal' all
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38.
Otrlc hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday vnln.
phona West 514. Naw Teltphona 6011.
I "I1 "!"I""2"I
THE 2D aVir STORE OF THE TOWK,
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE 320 20th st..-Phon.7oi.x.
empty ear in a spirit of fun. While
they were ia a far corner, and before
they eo'.tld make their presence known,
a train employe had closed the door
and passed out of hearing. Locked in.
and unable to make themselves heard.
there was nothing f r the hoys to do
but to wait till relief came. Ernest
IJurJinsham, residence at I "14 Hinkley
avenue, and Ixim Wiekham. fill North
Third street, are the bo s. Unable to
learn what ha 1 become of the lads, the
parents spent a sleepless night in wor
ry, and the message from io!ice head
quarters in this city was welcome
aews. Thlioys. were sent home.
MORE VOLUMES ON SHELVES
I DAVENPORT DOTS, j
List cf New Bocks at Rock Island
The following books have been adJ
ed to the Rock Island ptiLlie library:
H. L. Abbot Problems ef the I'an
E. V. Benson The Imat'e in tae
R. N. IJain Scandinavia.
G. P. Iiaker The Forms of Public
V. D. P. Bliss Hand Book of So
cialism. R Bond English Cathedrals.
Bernard Bonanqtiet The Esential.
J. H. Bridge The Trust : Its Be.ok.
S. A. Brooke English Literature to
the Norman Conquest.
W. P. Brooks Agriculture.
George Bryce History of the Hud
son's Bay Company.
H. V. Chambers Iole.
M. I. Cross Modern Microscopy.
Alexander Elz Er 1st Nicht Eifer-
Nata'.y von Eschtrinh Hofluft.
A. K. Kiske The West Indies.
F. V. A. Froebel Mother Play and
P. A. de Gaspe Cameron of I.oehlel.
G. A. Gordon The Christ of Today.
W. E. Griffis Religions of Japan.
.1. G. Huneker Iconoclasts: A B.-.ok
P. A. Kropotkin Russian Litera
ture. L. A. Levy Radium and Other Ra
Thomas Nuttall Handbook of the
Birds of the United States and Can
ada. Pletro Orsi Modern Italv.
I'art iiolemaus Sastrow Social Ger
many in Luther's Time.
A. C. Swinburn Love's Cross Cur-
C. A. Young Manual of Astronomy.
M. C. .1. Aulnoy I)'Alney's Fairy
Bible SeK-c;ions On Holy Ground:
Bibb- Stories, with Pictures of Bible
Sherwin Cody Four American Po
ets. F. J. Finn Tti.'tt Foe: ball Cam".
Frederick Starr American Indians.
At 'he Harper M. V. O'Sliea. Madi
son; F. L. Grey;.'. Kansas City; .j. Ia i
tiiec, Boston: E. A. Dodge, Chicago; L.
Jones. H. Mangold, Bethlehem; .1. V.
Redway. New York: (.'.. S. Paine, Chi
cago; i:. .1. Whee ler and wife, Cliicago;
O. W. Ben. is and wife. Clinton; E. H.
Boring. W. II. Nicholas. Chicago; C.
W. Hint;. Pittsburg: Mrs. Elliott, Chi
cago: 11. Kirschl. St. Louis; G. A. Bn
diue, Ale.is; C. Nelson. Moline; J. II.
Walters. Sedalia; Solie Peterson, Chi
cago; R. S. Ycsscy, Wiss Springs, S.
1).; 1 1. Howe. Chicago; Mrs. B. S. Pur
inton. Chicago; Col. Charles 1L. Green
er, Aurora; Fred E. Eardley. Aurora;
Gtorgo Hagel, Chicago; N. Y. Levne,
Chicago; Col. .(antes Stuart, Chicago;
Capt. A. F. Lorenzeti ate! wife, Chica
go: L. .lames, p. .1. Rose, C L. Cave.
Litzheld: .1. I:. Miller, East Si. Iuis;
M. W. Cole, B. M. Godfrey. Geneseo:
C. C. Wanmer; J. T. Walker. Kansas
City. Mo.; W. F. Lawrence, Sterling:
Mrs. H. C. Cox. Wyoming. 111.; R. F.
Webster, Chicago: A. .1. Christy, New
Windsor; W. J. Owens, L. Bryant, Chi
cago; E. Stecker, L. Nelson. Gab-s-hurg;
R. C. Wright, Charles P. Russell.
Chicago: E. .J. Broncke; J. C. 11:11; W.
R. Mistier. Gen sen; W. O. Plu.-er, Au
rora; J. E. Humes. Chicago: L. W.
Hungate; J. M. Peck, tJalesburg.
At the Rock Island (European I J.
B. Harris. Omaha; M. J. O Leary. Chi
cago: BischoiT. Chicago; A. W. Kelso,
Chicago: M. F. Prescott, .Jackson,
Mich.; S. C. Cortelyou. Chicago; John
.1. Berry. Roanoke; Foster Mcl.eod.
with Riiigling's circus: I). M. Antem,
Oelwtin. Iowa; H. A. Kelly and wife,
Chicago: T. W. Powell. St. Louis: Pe
oria bast 1 all club; D. S. Carnes. Oma
ha; F. L. (juayle and wife. Nekama;
C. B. Baker. Chicago: C. W. Black. St.
L'.:i: Sam .J. Breaswell, Chicago; Pe
ter Kilganl. Chicago; A. W. Leland,
Dixon: F. Hanson. Chicago: .1. A. Carl
son. Chicago; .1. R. Pitney. Peoria; E.
P. Joins, Can, bridge; I ). D. Donahue.
Tampico; J. Christy. St. Louis; A. C.
Scarlet. St. Loiis; R. Dawsou, Chica
go; James B. Ellis. Louisville: Jie
Schoemaker. St. I-ouis; Bert Edwards.
IVe.ria; C. A HofTman. San Francisco;
Frank Carer, Canton; .1. B. Yeescon
celos. Galesburg; M. W. Rotchford. Pe.
ir:a: E. A. Perkins. Peoria; John
1-owe. Edgington; S. O. Tansill. Sa
vannah. Mo.; p. .. John:, in. Cam
bridge; A. Frodell. Chicago.
1 yoi sulTt-r with indigestion, con
stipation. fe 1 mean and cross, iio
strength or appetite? Hoilister's Rocky
Munrain Tea will make you well and
keep you vtl. :;,., Tea or Tablets.
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
"I had a n. lining itching sore on
my hp. Suffered Tort ares. Doan's
( Ointment took away the burning and
, itcLir.s ir;;am!y and v:ic!:ly eif.--!ed
pern.aiKnt cure." C. W. Ltnbart. Biw
'ling Gretn. Ohio.
Struck by Car. W. L. Powers, for
merly superintendent of the Davenport
Gas & Electric company. Saturday
night was driving near Fourth and
Oak streets with his wife, when the
buggy was struck by a Fourth street,
car and tilted over to such an extent
that Mr. Bowers was thrown out. His
head and face were badly eut. one
knee injured and other bruises and in
juries sustained which will confine him
to the house for some time.
Two Injured. Raymond Kuehl. of
."51 Spring, street, son of Otto Kuehl.
and his aunt. Mrs. Dolie McCullough.
were seriously injured in a runaway or.
Christie street Saturday. At the time
of the accident they were movine
some chairs, when one of The chairs
fell out of the rig and struck the horse,
frightening him. The frightened ani
mal made a dash down Christie street
and all the occupants of the rig were
thrown out. Raymond had his right
ankle fractured ami M:s. McCullougli
had her arm broke n.
That Hotel Again. The new hotel
proposition, after vanishing in thiu air
so many times and disappointing the
hopes of the people of Davenport, has
finally advanced to a stage when that
addition to the wealth of the city is
finally assured. Architects Temple.
Burrows & McLane have been engaged
to build rhe s'rue'ure and have pre
pare.! plans for it. Chris Ncipp. who
is" behind the movement, says that thoi
hotel is a certainty. He has h:s com
pany all ready for incorporation and
has permitted the plans for the build
ing to be published. The site to which
the plans drawn have been adaptta is
the southwest corner of Fourth and;
Main streets. This will make that
corner one of the finest in the city, as
it will have bordering on it the Busi
ness Men's (dub, the library anil the
new hortl. It is particularly conven
iently situated in regard to the Rjck Is
land ih pot. No expense will be spared j
in making the new hotel truly magnifi
cent. As estimated by the contractors,
the building will cost bit we en $:;oii.t.ie
and f :;2.-i.mhi. Everything will be of
the best material that can be secured
The latest methods of construction1
will be pursued. The builders place
particular stress on the fire protection '
which the building will afford. It is
said that the struct tire will be abso
lutely fireproof with plenty of exits in
case of an unforeseen accident. Tlu
building will be of brick with stone
trimmings. It will have about -u
rooms. The ground space is LVxl'M
feet, and there will be six stories.
Hit by a Ball. While playing hall at
Washington, Iowa. Friday, Emil Lange,
of ."a; Esplanade avenue, was struck
in the- head and rendered unconscious.
He was at bat when the bail struck
him. A soe:i as possible he- w a put
aboard a train and taken to this city.
Dr. E. S. Bowman, who is attending
him. slated that his skull was not
fractured and that, although he- was
somewhat stunned from the blow, he
Kicked by Horse. 'Co'.ley" Cook
lies at Mercy hospital in danger of
(b ath. The man was injured by being
kicked by a horse at the barn of John
Russell on Fifth andJowa streets. The
animal struck Cook in the stomach and
then upon the head with his hoof. A
piece of the unfortunate man's skull
about an inch square was driven in
wardly so that it came in contact, with
his brain. Reports from Mercy hospi
tal indicate that the condition of the
ictim of the accident is all that could
be expected and that, although Mr.
Cook is not out of danger, with time
the wound will heal all right.
Acted Like a Crook. In custody at
the police station is a man giving his
name as Ixjiiis Schmidt and who is
thought to be a clever crook who came
to this city with the evident purpose
of c leaning up some asy money by
sharp methods . The man, however,
struck the wrong proposition whm he
selected W. J. McCullough and Assist
ant Cashier L. J. Yaggy of I he First
National bank as his first business ;.e
jua;nianees in this city, and throng.)
their efforts and that of Night Captain
Tim Mullane, is now safely lodged be
hind the bars. Schmidt pretended to
have large sums on deposit in eastern
banks and made overtures to lease
piarters for an eastern firm. Tele
grams quickly proved him a fraud ami
he was arrested pending an invt si-a-t
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 is an actice poison and acts
with deadly effect upon our whole
system. Gout, Rheumatism, Liver
Trouble and many other complaints are
traceable to poisons in the blood.
Mtff Op. Richards
SAYS MR. CRAIG:
'I consider that ! gavr Dr. Richards Dysprpwa
Tablets a severe test, for my dyspepsia was one of
the ccme-to-!tay kind. Pain ! I shudder at the recol
lection of those four miserable years. I would get as
hungry as a bear yet it was simply maddening to know
that 1 daren't eat. or I'd suffer all the worse for it.
"A friend came in one evening with a bottle of the
tiMrts and said if I really had an inclination to get
well, that these tablets would do the business.
"Now. I had t-ikeo so many different tablets of
various kinds while, ted, jepsin. soda that I almost
imagined I could hear them rattle when I sat down ;
but to please him 1 began
taking Dr. Richards Dys
"That was two
months ago and I haven't
had a pain or ache since,
and if there anything 1
can't eat and dig3t that
is, anything made to be
eaten why, I haven't
"Yours very thankfully,
C. S. CRAIG."
42 E. 20th St., NYw 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 llvicc to the druggist.
If you wish, send money direct to us
and wc will see that you are supplied.
Dr. RICHARDS DYSPEPSIA TABLET ASSOCIATION,
63 and 55 Worth St., New York City.
to Wheatland, where deceased engaged
in a general merchandise business, un
til a few jears ago. win n he retired and
The C, M. & St. P. offer first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-citles, sleeping car res
ervations made to any xoint desired,
for further Information phouo any of
C, M. 6V St. P. Excursion Rates.
Home seekers tickets on sale every
Tuesday in each month to Nov. 1, 19u5.
To prints in Iowa, Minnesota, Xorth
and South Dakota. And every first
nd third Tuesday in each month to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther jiii'orniation phone or call at any
C, M, St. P. ticket office.
C, M. &. St. P. Summer Tourist Rates.
The C, M. & St. P. railway will sell
round trip summer tourist tickets
daily, commencing May 13, to Sept. 30,
1D05, to various summer reports In
Wisconsin. Final return limit, Oct. 31,
Old Salem Chautauqua.
Kighrh annual assembly will be held
at Old Salem, near Petersburg. 111., en
Chicago, Peoria f- St. Louis railway,
Aug. ! to 21. I'rogirtiii includes Hon.
W. J. I?rya:i. Col. George W. 15. in, C.ov.
H. .M. Lai i lietie, Gov. Joseph W. Folk.
Opie Reed. Rev. Sam P. .tones, and
many other prominent speakers.
Greatly reduced rates fium all C. P.
- Sr. L. railway station's. Suburban
trains beiwten Petersburg aud Old Sa
lem every 2U minutes. For complete
program and further information, ask
i, P. & St. L. agent, or address K. A.
Williams, general passenger agent, St.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Poisons in Food.
Perhaps you don't realize that many
pain poisons originate in your food, but
noir.e day y.ui may feel a twinge or
dyspepia that will convince you. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are guaaanUed
to, cure all McKncss due to poisons of
undigested food or money back, "jr.e
at Hartz & Cllenieyer, drug store.
Rock Island county court. Judge M.
K. Parmetiter presiding.
Real Estate Transfers. ('. rl 11.
Sieckle to Tyicr Kichard.-ot' . j s--1,
sec. :'. 1 1 w. $ I .
Lars I. N'ielson to lon:s S-uiM' I L .
lot block I, Sweeney & Jackson . 2nd
add.. Moline, $1.7.
William ll'Viiold. in O lir aii'l I ones
Ifcdan. se nw I. sic. IS Ul.'uv. Jl 2"'.
1-2. II. S';tltord lo Dorothy Tuibury,
lot ;:;. b!o k 11. tov n of SiUis, ?J.".
Take Kodol After Eating.
After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will prevent and at
t;:ck of indigestion. Kodol is a thor
ough digestant and a fcuaraniecd cure
for indigestion. Dyspepsia, Gas on the
stomach. Weak Heart. Sour Risings,
Pad Prrath and all st u.aeh troubles.
Rheumatism Cured in 24 Houis.
I . .1. lll.tckmoic. of 11. tll r & Iti.u-k-n.ore,
Pittsburg. I'm., says: "A :!iort
lime s'cee I piiM Uied a bottle ol Mys
tic Cute. Il gut lite on! ot the h'U-e
HI 2 1 hours. I !"ok to li: In : .1 wirii
rheum.it im time months auo ai. I the
Mystic Cure i the only medicue that,
did me any irood. I bad live of tin !m :-a
physician.- in the city, but I nt-itd
very Iittb- help iroin ihcm. I Kti"V. the
M .vie Cure to be what it Unp:-- til
ed .lie! lake piiasUK ill locolllP;' ii lili
it lo o'ln-r poor sufferers." S i-l by
Otto Giotj.-.n. ir.ul. Second : .-.toe-.
Rock Island: Gu-t S hh-g. 1 i Son.
22 W t S "com! .-iri'i ', I a vei ; e .
Greeks Too Boisterous. The police
raided the Greek saloon at :!17 Perry
Mr t Saturday ninhi about 11 o'ihi k.
and caught nine (in- ks in the dragnet.
According to stories told ar the station.'
the Greeks assembi- there and sing
some peculiar song in a loud and bo:s-
t rous manner, and in this way dis-;
turb the neight'iuhi-od. ;
Diphtheria Under Control. .Mi the
diphtheria patitn's at tie- Ophaiis',.
Home are icpoittd as getting along,
fi'K ly. N'o new cases haw appeart dJ
and the au' horiiies think they hae the
(iis-.-ase under control.
Obituary Record. Li-iis H. nry j
Schneider pa.-sed away at 4 o'clock'
Saturday afternoon at his home. 42!J
tiv; Seventh suiter, at the age of To
years. IK-cease I was born i:i G r
Lia.i.v, and came to America when a
boy. He came wt-stward with his par-,
enrs and settled near V.h. a'land.
Iowa. I,at-r he married Mi-s Mary'
Tiauan. who s'ill surives him. They'
rani: to Daenport and icsided here!
j for fiime time. Af;erward they moved i
convalescents and all who neefl Strength and
Health to take the ideal Food Drink,
' Vt A (.ON el-AlCA lit ' J
r SPARKLING i ' i
For it contains the great huilding and health
producing properties the system demands.
That's why the most successful doctors prescribe
Malt-NTutrine in their practice that's why their
patients recover so quickly and so surely.
Ma!t-N'ufrine is the perfect, predrgested food ia liquid form,
bold by all druggists and grocers.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Assn
St. Louis. U. S. A.