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THE ARGUS; MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 190(5.
1 - " THE MARK AND THE MOTTO
The Recollection of Quality
. Remains Long After
The : Price is Forgotten "
Tttda Mark EHMwt
The di fference in raortk between
good tool nd poor one is always
' more than the difference in it.
Wbenerer you need a tool of any
kind, it will pay you to buy tbe Keen
Katter brand, and bare tbe best. All
kind of tools are made under this name,
and every kind represent tbe rery high
est quality of -material, workmanship
tools have been tbe standard of America for 36 yean
and are tbe only complete line of tools ever to receive
an award- at a great exposition the Keen Katter line
beinr awarded tbe Grand Prize at the St. Louis Fair.
Following are some of the kinds of tools made under
the Keen Katter Brand: Axes, Adzes. Hammers. Hatchets,
Chisets.'Screw rirtvers. Auger Bits. Files. Planes. lraw Knives.
:. Saws, Tool Ctipeti. Scythes, Hay Knives, Grass Hooks, Brush
Hooks. Com Knives, Trowels, Pruning; Shears, Tinners' Snlpsv
Scissors. Eye Hoes, Shears, Hair Clipper. Horse Shears, Razors,
etc. and knives of all kinds.
If your dealer doesn't keep Keen Katter Tools writ as aad arc
will sec that yoa arc supplied.
SIMMONS HAKDWAKC COMPANY.
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way. New York.
New Wall Papers
THEY ARE HERE.
TO STIMULATE WINTER BUSI
NESS WE WILL ALLOW A 20
PER CENT DISCOUNT ON
ALL THE NEW PAPERS FOR
THE NEXT 30 DAYS. THIS IS
THE BEST TIME OF THE YEAR TO
DO FINE WORK AND IT COSTS
YOU 20 PER CENT LESS.
,THE NEW DECORATIONS ARE
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310-312-314 TWENTIETH STREET-
Vhen In Doubt Consult the Best
Health Is life's greatest luxury. If you want health, consult Dr, Walsh.
Davenport's most successful specialist In Chronic. Nervous Diseases of
men and women.
DR. WALSH CURE3 WHEN OTHERS
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago.
St. Anthony's Hospital.
KERrot' nEBILITT. sleeplessness, weakness of men. fatlinr memory,
mental delusions, catarrh, dyspepsia, asthma, bronchitis, blood diseases.
STofula. piles and kidney dlseaa-B.
suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache. conti-
fation. neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
the sex should consult Dr. Walsh and Ret the benefit of his vast ex
perience. VOU KKOW that Tr. Walsh Is the only specialist who ever remained In
the trl-cities over two years. You also know that he has been located in
Jvivenport 11 years. Yon must know that Dr. Walsh remains permanent
ly because he cures his patients.
VIBRATION AVtn TKl.F.CTRICITV. Twenty years' experience has made
Ir. Walsh a master of these methods of curing chronic diseases. He uses
all forms of electricity. Including Faradism. Oalvanism. Cataphoresls,
Sinusoidal. Ftatic and Hiarh Frequency Currents.
VARiroC'Kl.E is a frequent cause of nervous and physical decline. Why
treat months with others when we can positively cure you in from one to
DR. WALSH'S PRICES FOR TREATMENT ARE WITHIN THE
REACH OF ALL.
THE QTTKSTIOT OF IOUH HKAI.TH is a vital one. therefore yon cannot
afford to place your rase in the hands of those who have had little or no
practical experience In the treatment of chronic diseases.
OR. WAtSll'S larre private practice and extensive experience as sur-aeon-ln-chief
of St, Anthony's hospital, together with the fact that he
has cured hundreds who wore pronounced incurable by others durlns;
tbe 11 yeafs he has been located in Davenport, proves conclusively that
he Is the specialist that you should consult if you want to get wclL
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN.
Best of references and credentials. If you cannot call, write. Hun
dreds cured by maiL
Hours 9 to 12 a. in., J to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays. 11:30 to 1:10
p. m. Office, 124 West Third street, McCullougn building, Davenport, la,
IOWA f& ILLINOIS
Special train to Clinton Theatre for
performance Tuesday, Feb. 6, will
leave Davenport at 6:45 p. m. sharp.
COWLING LAD HURT
Francis Wilson, ged 14, Crushed
by Wheel of Heavy
Erie: J. S. Hackley, Louisville, Ky.;
I MIkq Tnccin rv.iircli Clonrtre IT Wpr
den. New York; E. H. Hanson, Hills
dale; F. Laustman, J. D. Laskey, Chi
cago; A. Oechslc, J. R. Pitney.-Peoria
WAS DRIVING LOAD OF ICE
Front Endgate Came Out Going Down
Hill and Cakes Slipped For
GO TO HEAR JAN KUBELIK
An accident that resulted in the sen
ilis, if not fatal injury of Francis Wil
son, 14-year old son of Mrs. Emma Wil
son, of Bowling township, occurred on
'he hill at the Lewis Wilson place, two
Tiiles south of Milan Saturday. Youug
Wilson, with olhcrs, was hauling ice.
In descending the hill the front end
gate of his wagon came out and the
load slipped forward throwing the driv
er and several cakes of ice to the
ground. The lad fell directly in front i First Methodist. The Home Mission
of the wheel and before he could save cjrce meets with Miss Josephine Phil-
Bohemian Violinist Appears at Clinton
Jan Kubelik. the wonderful Bohemi
an violinist, will appear at the Clinton
thuitcr tomorrow evening, and .that he
will be heard by a capacity houso is as
sured. A company from the three cities
will go to Clinton tomorrow evening
over the I. & I. to bear the noted musi
cian. About 30 from Rock Island will
make the trip. That those who go to
Clinton will be well repaid is assured.
Some of the best attractions to be
seen in the west have appeared at
Clinton this year, and the people of th3
three cities have taken advantage of
the I. & I. service and enjoyed them.
IN THE CHURCHES
limseif, it passed over his chest.
Though badly injured, he had the
presence of mind to seize the reacli
md draw himself out of the way of
;he rear wheel, which, bearing the
jreater part of the load, had it reached
him. would undoubtedly have crushed
his life out on the spot.
Itrlp at llnad.
The accident was witnessed by a
neighbor whose tcarm was immediately
following. The lad was at once remov
ed to the Wilson home, and Dr. G. A.
Wiggins, of Milan, called by telephone. pared
lie found that though the chest was
badly crushed, there were no bones
broken. Today the patient was report
ed resting easily, his condition giving
good reason to believe that there was
no serious hemorrhage. If improve
ment continues he will be removed to
his home In a day or two.
The victim of the accident is a son
of David Walker who was drowned
last summer while swimming in Rock
river, and since the death of his father
he had been doing a man's work on the
At the Harper Earle A. Stiles, Oma
ha; W. H. Smith and wife. Peoria;
Oscar Karstrom, Galva; Ed H. Gold
berg. Cleveland; J. F. Kress, Philadel
phia; Otto Koch. A. C. Koch, Pekin:
M. Klein, Rochester, N. Y.; F. C.
Wright. Indianapolis: J. L. Knowles,
Omaha; Thomas Greenwood. L. Roze-
laar. London, England; Dr. S. Louisa
Olmsted, Clinton; Flora G. Kling, New
York; J. B. Barnes, Peoria; S. B. Sher-
rard and wife. Coal valley; James
Maxwell. C. W. Austin, George B. Her
man. John S. Brazier, G. C. Richards,
B. I. Schloss and wife. J. A. Barry, Chi
cago; w. K. uarner, 1. .1. uaniman,
Jule Walters and wife, Adelaide Wal
ters. J. D. Beekman, W. E .Duley, New
At the Rock Island J. W. William
son, New lorn; ti. m. uarson. j. in.
Davis, Chicago; J. T. McLaughlin. Mil
waukee; Olaf II. Keyster, Reynolds;
F. Laustman, Iouis Privot, Chicago;
Cloyd Trickle. Lloyd Trickle, Toulon;
J. C. Singer. Chicago; Mrs. A. L. Har-
ned and family, l,ansing; J. II. McCart
ney, Hillsdale; L. F. Giles, Chicago:
F. E. Barry. Marshalltown ; J. J. Mar
key, Reynolds; William Griebel, Ga
lena; O. T. Peterson, Cheyenne, N. D.;
George A. Shannon. Chicago; Charles
B. S'ocumb. Memphis: J. W. Trainer.
Ashland, Ohio; J. M. Belmont. New
York; W. W. Winters, Chicago; A If
lerbert. Will Burnett, New York;
John T. Piatt. Galesburg; Roy D. Way,
William Laing. New York: T. E. Du
Bois, Indianapolis; W. M. Hogan, Chi
cago; W. T. Fisher. Chicago; Miss O.
Zimmerman, Quincy; George S. Brown,
Chicago; E. W. Haines, Mason City;
F. A. Wright and wife, Chicago; O. L.
Peck. Rock Island: A. C. Campbell. H.
W. Lankford. St. Louis; Frank Iovel.
Fairfield. Iowa; E. E. Seibert, agent
Walker Whiteside; G. E. Kerner. Quin
cy; N. Elliott, St. Louis; Bert Kriss,
with "Sidetracked" company; W. M.
Bartlett, Indianapolis; William Gibler,
Or Any Severe Sickness Druggist H. O.
Rolfs Advises Rock Island
People to Take Vinol.
Mrs. S. C. Berry, of Middleton, Conn.,
writes: "The grip left me in a very
weakened condition, no appetite, thin,
nervous, no vitality and a bad cough.
had hemorrhages, and nothing seem
ed to help me. I read of what your
cod liver oil preparation, Ylnol, had
done for others and decided to try it.
found that It soon gave me a hearty
ppetite; my cough disappeared; my
health and strength returned until I
felt like a new creature. I consider
Vinol a wonderful medicine, as it
makes strength and vitality so fast."
Our local druggist, H. O. Rolfs, says:
"We have never sold in our store a
more vaiuahie strengtn-creator ana
health restorer for the convalescent
than Vinol. This is because Vinol con
tains in a concentrated form all of the
vital principles of cod liver oil, but
without a drop of oil to upset the stom
ach and retard its work.
'Vfnol tones' up tbe digestive organs
and renews the strength of every or
gan of the body.
"We ask every person in Rock Island
who has been ill to try Vinol on our
guarantee to build them up and make
them well and strong. We return
money if it fails. H. O. Rolfs, Harper
j House pharmacy."
lips. 229 Sixteenth street, tomorrow
evening at 7:30 o'clock. The subject
for this meeting will be "The Red
The regular meeting of the official
board will be held in the pastor's study
Prayer meeting will be held Wednes
Friday evening the Epworth league
will give a valentine entertainment at
the Y. M. C. A. and an attractive liter
ary and musical program has been pre-
Memoriai Christian. The monthly
business meeting of the Young Peo
ples' society will be held tonight at
the home of Mrs. Shaw, 1210 Eleventh
Wednesday evening the prayer meet
ing will be held.
The Ladies Missionary society
mects Thursday evening with Mrs.
Spilger, Sll Third avenue.
Uriited Presbyterian. The young
people's business meeting and social
will be held Friday evening at the
home of E. B. McKown, C05 Fourth
The Junior Mission society meets
Saturday afternoon with Miss Freder
ick, 11 20 Nineteenth street.
Broadway Presbyterian. Wednes
day afternoon at 3 o'clock the Wo
mens' Missionary society and Ruth's
band will hold a praise meeting in the
church at which time Mrs. D. B. Welf
of Chicago will speak. After the ser
vice refreshments will be served and
all ladies interested are welcome.
A valentine social will be given at
Bethel chapel. Friday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Prayer meeting will be held
Wednesday evening, and the Junior as
sociation meets'Saturday at 4 o'clock."
Central Presbyterian. The officers
of the church hold their regular busi
ness meeting this evening at 7:30
o'clock at John Volk's office.
The subject for Wednesday even
ing's prayer meeting is "God s Word
Answering Difficulties in Our Life."
After prayer service Wednesday
evening the chorus choir meets.
200 DOYS PRESENT
Young Men of High School Gath
er About Board at
Y. M. C. A
HELPERS SERVE THE SUPPER
Program Follows Toasts on Subject
of Good Associations in Charac
ter Building High School Spirit.
High school boys to the number of
200 were the guests of the Y. M. C. A.
and the Association Helpers at a chick
en pie supper at the auditorium Satur
day evening. The event was in every
way a h'gh school affair, and the hail
was appropriately decorated in the
high school colors. The Association
Helpers were assisted by a number of
the young ladies of the high school.
Following the feast a short program
was given. W. B. Mclntyre presiding
as toastmastcr. Mr. Mclntyre in his
opening remarks aroused great enthus
asm that characterized the entire ev
ening. H. B. Hayden, city superintend
ent of schools, and also president of
the Y. M. C. A., was the first speaker,
happily responding to the toast, "Our
Association." H. E. Brown, principal.
and J. K. Hart, C. W. Giison. L. P. De
noyer, Mr. Noiris and Mr. Hall of the
high school faculty, and Charles Wood
in. Earl Bowlby and Ralph McManus
were called on and responded briefly
with sentiments appropriate to the occasion.
lOfTrvt of AMorlntloii.
The keynote of the evening's toasts
was the effect that good associations,
such as are formed at the Y. M. C. A.,
have on the formation of character in
the young men of the high school age,
The importance of the theme was
sounded by the toastmaster. who, in
the course of his remarks, impressed
the fact that the output of the high
school is carefully watched by the bus
iness men of the city. "That is a fact
that should impress you with your re
sponsibilities," added the toastmaster.
During the evening Miss Henrietta
Kinncr gave a reading, "The Deceased
Bobby," from "When Paddy Went to
College." She responded to the ap
plause with a short sketch. The pro
gram was concluded with "America,"
sung by the entire gathering. Roiisinii
cheers and high school yells sounded
through the corridors as the young
men loft the auditorium. A musical
program was furnished by the high
school orchestra preceding the sup
per, which was served at C:45.
A MEDLEY V BARGAINS
In Men's and Boys
YOUR CASH AT
U. A S.
U, A S.
Grace Lutheran." The Acme society
meets this evening with the Misses
Edwell, 4305 Eighth avenue.
Wednesday evening prayer meeting
will be held.
The Luther league holds, its literary
meeting Thursday evening in the lec
The confirmation classes meet Tues
day and Friday evenings at 7 o'clock.
First Baptist. The board of trustees
meets this evening at the parsonage.
Prayer meeting will be held Wednes
day evening, after which the stuay
class will meet.
The Ladies' Aid society meets in the
church parlors Friday afternoon.
Trinity Episcopal. Mrs. W. L. Gan-
sert, 2002 Va Fourth avenue, will enter
tain Trinity Guild Wednesday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock.
Vestment guild will meet in the
choir room Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock and Saturday afternoon will
hold a tea and sale in the choir room.
Free Methodist. A society meeting
will be held at the church this even
ing. Tuesday evening a gospel meet
ing and Thursday evening a general
prayer meeting will be held in the
Advertised List No. 5.
Following is the list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the Rock
Island postofflce for' the week ending
Feb. 3. 1906: Mrs. Ida Arnold, D. B. Ar
rell. Michael Burke, Mrs. M. C. Dovis,
Mrs. J. E. Decker, Mrs. M. C. Frazier,
John L. Fisher, Mrs. Annie Harris,
Mrs. M. B. Ilrey, AI Leonhardt, Arlie
Little. Mrs. Bert" Lundqulst, Mrs. S. A.
McKissick. Edward P. Matthews.
George It. Patterson. M. Russel, Robert
Stanley, S. Schwartz. H. C. Walker.
Foreign, Mrs. W. J. Flood, Miss Marie
Jensen, Miss Mary Conway.
T. H. THOMAS, P. M.
Licensed to Wed.
Louis D. Newton Port Byron
Dassah M. Skelton Port Byron
Adolf Oosterlynck .Rock Island
Zilma Cootens Rock Island
Old maids would be scarce and hard
Could they be made to see,
How grace and beauty is combined
By using Rocky Mountain- Tea.
T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
" ' U.- -
Special Assessment Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
interested, that the city council of the
city of Rock Island, having ordered
that a local improvement to assess the
cost of the improvement of Twenty
sixth street in the city of Rock Island,
III., from the south line of Third av
enue to the north line of Fifth avenue
by grading, curbing, paving, etc.. the
ordinance for the same being on file in
the office of the city clerk of said city,
and the said city having applied to the
county court of Rock Island county, in
the 'state of Illinois, for an assessment
of the costs of said improvement ac
cording to the benefits; and, an as
sessment thereof having been made
and returned to said court, ' (docket
number 11CG) the final hearing there
on will be bad on the 19th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 190G, or as soon thereafter
as the business of the court will per
mit. All persons desiring may file ob
jections In said court before said day,
and may appear on the hearing and
make their defense.
The assessment is payable in 10 in
stallments. All installments except the first shall
bear interest at the rate of 5 per cent
um per annum, from and after date of
confirmation until paid.
Dated at Rock Island, III., this 30th
day of January, A. D. 190(".
A. F. HILL,
Commissioner appointed to make the
Luckiest Man in Arkansas.
"I'm the luckiest man in Arkansas,"
writes H. L. Stanley, of Bruno, "since
the restoration of my wife's health af
ter five years of continuous coughing
and bleeding from the lungs; and I owe
my good fortune to the world's great
est medicine, Dr. King's New DiscovT
ery for Consumption, which I know
from experience will cure consumption
if taken in time. My wife improved
with first bottle and twelve bottles
completed the cure." Cures the worst
coughs and colds or money refunded.
At Hartz & Ullemeyer. druggists. 50c
and $1.00.' Trial bottle free.
Cures Sore Throat
Meu's and Vounit
Men's Suits and
5 value disposal price. . . .$3.75
f7 50 value disposal price. .$5.62
$10 value disposal' price. . .$7.50
$15 value disposal price. .$1 1.25
$20 value disposal price. . .$15.00
$2 value disposal price. . , .$1.57
$U.50 value disposal price. .$1.?8
$3 value '"-snowa! price. . .'.$2 2"i
$1 value disiKisal price. .'. .$3.00
$5 value disposal price. .. .$3.7f
$1 49 Wool PoLf-its' for Men
Sold Only by A
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Louis Hevnssen s Sons
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Dealers in HIGH CLASS Seeds Only.
Market gardeners are invited to come early for their supply to assure
' careful execution of orders. If you have not as yet received our whole
sale market gardeners' catalog please send us your address and wo
win send you a copy at once. As we sell only the best seeds that are
obtainable should justify our claim to the patronage of those who
have not as yet experienced the advantage of dealing with us.
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0 To .
Daily, Feb. 15 to April 7, via the Rock Island.
Use free reclining chair cars or pay a very moderate
sum for berth in Pullman Tourist Sleeping car.
Take your choice of two good routes, via El Paso
Short Line or through Scenic Colorado.
Through cars both ways.
Our tourist folder will be of interest,
ed on request. ... ,
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Rock Is a. fid,
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