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THIS AitttUlJa dATUJ
Easy as Eating.
Its just as easy to bay groceries as it is to eat them
when you know how and where to buy. To do this
and to enjoy the buying as yon do the eating, there
b only one way, namely: .To buy at Shields and buy
there regularly. There is a pleasure to almost any
one to buy if they know they are buying right, in
other words that they get their money's worth. At
Shields they get more than their money's worth
that is compound with what it would purchase else
where. Read his list and you may satisfy yourself.
Best leasee FtUtt Foar itek.. 1.3f
Shields' Beet, best Floer made.
per seek 1.99
rillabary's Beat foar 1.4 J
Bast Fin New Tort Bectwhaet,
per 19poatd each
-poaad Fiae Baking powder par
Self-shlaiag Store FotUk. per
I Packageo Wasalag Powder....
Yeast Foam, par package,
1-poaad aa 8alaoB,per eae,
1-pouad Cor Starch,
I-poaad Caa Baked Beaaspaf
Fraaak Had Kidaey Beaas.Se two
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
SH 1 ELDS
Solid Silnr Tea Spoons o! the Gorham make, the
world's standard of excellence, $3.50, $3.75 and $4.50
1703 Second Avenue.
"Jewel ttaal Ra rge tit aad ap
Have yoa seta that baaatiral "Jewer
Rang al 123.30 No tnaal la too elty
vary stove abaolataly warraated- Bal
a life tisae'a eiperWeeo with eeleeefover
1.500.000 stoae epeeka for Itself. Oar
aotto la the baat at tko Boat raaaoaablo
WB FAT 71IC f RCIGBT ON OUT OF TOWS OROEBS.
Allen . Mvers & Company
peal us Uerccr Qesso. :- Ctt CZZi id
Boa Made Mlaee Meat, par Ik lOe
Dried reaehee. par poaad So. So.
New Dried Apricots lOo
Now Praaaa So, 7e, So, Ho
New Evaporated Raspberries,
par poaad 19e
How Citroe, par poaad 170
Now laialaa, par poaad.. 7o, to, llo
e-Crowm Soadad Balaiaa, par
Package ; 1JC
Saltaaa Belains, par poaad lOo
Cloaaod Currents, aaw 9c
4 Packages Miase Meet Sio
Sweet CIdar, par relloa 19o
Good Smoklaff Tobaeoo par
Battle As Tobacco, par poaad ... 22c
10 bare Gloee or Arrnoar Soap... 25c
Leaf Lard iaftOpnaadttaa tS.M
10-pouad Ham, Surer Cured.... 9o
8a jar Carod Becoa aada at 7o
2G00 Fifth Ave.
Salve Boxes, Man
icure fieces ana
all things pertaining to
the Toilet needs at low
JawaP Eata Pamirs, finest la the
citj for tko moaey, 1210 aad a p.
Jewel" eott coU Bajo Burerrr. pro
ooacad by sacra tto orly perfect aoft
era! stove at 121.60 atd ap.
Jewel k Heaters. ct or ahaat
ataal bodies, froa .W aad ap
,RGE3T STOVE PWT WTHEWDRuTI
Republican Politicians Consid
ering Congressman and
1 OOXFLIMEaT F02 ZAKSAT.
aare n at
There goes tko aoxt congressmen
from tkia district, if a saw raappor.
Uoaaeat dooa not change tko conn
tiaa bow aaaociated.n
Tko aptakar waa a Knox connty
republicea pollticiaa. lla waa stand'
ior la the lobby at tko Harper.
Jodgo F. D. Earn lay bad juit paaaod
oat 01 tao aoor.
What makea too aay tkat when
yoor county baa tko coDgreaimanf
qooriod a byataadar.
"isecaute inero 1a ao mncn aiaai-
foctioa dowa la Knox that Conmaa
aaa rrtaco cannot bo renominated,
aad tkoto who are againit bim will
f 0 to Jndfto Kamaay, it bo ia a candi-
data, aad it la already conceded that
bo will bo by tboao who know bim.
If Whltoaida can combine with any
other oonaly la tho diairlct, Knox
will airo onoozh to nominate tto
Tko Koox connty politician aaid
tko poatoffico appointment at Galee-
barg bad bad mucn to 00 wnn tno
fooling toward Congreaamaa Prinoe,
ana while bo apoie with mnon earn'
citaeia. tba eeneral belief la that
wien the time oomea Knox will oomo
np emlling for tba third time for tho
praaent eon(raaman. Knox connty
baa had a eungreaman for ao many
yoara that ahe .would put np wun
maob ratnar tnaa to tie wunous.
VWkar WaaU t aMM HImU.
Senator H. V. Fiaher wanta to anO'
ceed htm sell la hie preaont aeat
at Springfield from tho TbirtT-third
district. While common naage con
cedes to Kock Itland county repub
licans tho choice of the candidate at
tho expiration of the present term,
Tkt .-.Fisher fltrnrae Uut ko has as
maca ngttt to go oacx lor anoiner
term aa Crawford kaa, and outside
of Rook Island connty it baa become
whispered around that craw lord ta
about aa apt to bo tho Bock Island
eounty man as anybody else. It is
rcntaed as between crawiora ana
ry no, aad as la eitbar esse tne ci:y 01
Book island would cot aoont as mucn
fizuro ia tho aenata at Springfield
with Fisher still there, aa with either
of .the others, the Henry county poli
tician haa aa idea that this city may
rive kim eometking ia tho way of a
lilt, too. There u a lair prospect 01
frictioa between the republican or
ganixationa of the two oountlcs over
the matter, aitnoogn tno coming
special eetilon of tho legislature may
ao nx tninsa mat book istana ana
Unry mar no longer enjoy therein'
tiooa they bare for ao many years oa
atate lagialatiTO matters.
RopraaaatatiTO William klcEniry
kaa aa yat reoeired no official noun
catloaoftho apooial aeaaioa of tko
legislature, wkick eonrenea nest
weak. Short aa is the notice, it la
to bo aupposed that Got. Tanner
wilt cat the call around among those
of bia owa affiliation before ha both.
era with tboao whom It ia not planned
to permit to cut muck loo in thoaa
matters wbieb the machlno regards
of suck nrcent and immediate im
portaneo this winter.
Vftlr AmMl Maw Black.
Tko real estate deal kaa baea fullr
consummated whereby Banersfeld ft
Sextoa become tntareated witb Blake
ft Murphy ia tho now businesi block
to bo erected on Third arcane tor
tho joint occupancy of the two firma.
rhe bnuaing, wnicn Arcniteci atau
da bar kaa designed, will bo of brick
two etorlee high and with flaor area
of 40xS feet It ia tko expectation
to hare It completed by rob. 1.
Aae Is mm BUa.
E. J. ' Atbertoa. the New York
wrestler, who ia to meet Farmer
Burna the latter part of this month
arrlTed last night from Cuba, N. Y.
Atbertoa will meet John Vote,
Buna backer, at the Kock Island
house this OTonine to arrange the
preliminariee. lie will also gWe
bonier, who ia with tba FilsIm
mona oompany which cornea to Kock
Isiand nrxt week, a chance it be
rather Have you got a terribly alow
giable Kerppr Well, yea.
FatherIs be a regular snailf
Stable Kvper Aye. aye.
Father Have him rocud to my door
at 10 o'clock tonight One of my daugh
ters is poiu to elope, aud I've got to
make a abow of ketcbia her. Loudon
All claim a for Dr. Bell' Pine-Tar.
Honey are aabatafiiated by the re
ports from those who have used It.
Coughs, colds. Incipient consump
tion, aad all broccnial anectiona are
the dlaeaaes for wkick it is guaran
teed to cure. 2ft cents at all good
Beajaaaa Iogerson, of Hotton,
Ind.. eays ke kad not apokea above a
whi'par for months, and one bottle
of Foley's Honey aod Tar restored
aia voice. It ia aaad very largely by
spaakara and aiagars. For sale by T.
NEW8 OF THE RAILWAYS.
Tfala Baams Dtlayaal ar 8 aaw 8
every incoming train on but
of the sereral roada beara OTidenee of
baTing been aaowballed. Teoae
from the wear on "-the Bock Island
hare been fighting miniature mono.
tains of the beautiful already. Old
railroaders are wiatrie 'predicting a
aeTere winter, and' are anticipating
a aeriea of desperate battlea with the
aaow. Passenger train No. 20 of the
Bock Island irriVetf three honra late
a special train on tho Burlington
waa chased np and down tho tracks
near Chicago one day tkia week,
making a test of a new mail catching
derice. The contrivance both de
livers and catches the lacks, andean
kandlo from one to a doxen at a time.
A thorough trial waa made, the train
being aent a maximum rate of 67
milea per hour paat tho crane, but
tne new acbeine aid not fail on a sin
gle pick up. The special feature of
the new attachment ia a couple of big
lo-incn nnga taat are ao attached
that a miaa ia practically impossible.
The delivery aad plck-np are made
at tko same instant. " The sacks tkat
are nnloaded are WV hanging on the
erane beside the track. and there is
no danger of them falling under the
wheela tobocutto bits. The pick
up mall awiaga back into tke car im.
mediately. The road officials were
highly pleased with the teat, and
may adopt It for its fast main line
mail cars. . .
Contractor It J. Horn and Ira B.
Pitney will in air probability ex
change paaaengef tons on the Bock
Island ft . rcojfth ' next week.
Mr. Horn It' ' now in ckarge
oi tne "Ttuby." while Mr
Pitney haa been running C and 8
since Jack Anld's resignation. Mr.
Horn is next in turn for promotion,
and the vacancy offers him an oppor.
tunny to taxe wnat is considered the
. . . . -. . . .. .
oonansa "coBShip" of the road, held
for ao many years . by Jaok Auld
Mr. rttney formally ran freight.
tiBwrenoe Herkimer, a passenger
on uonouotor ttakar's train pn . the
Milwaukee, reaching Book Island at
ii:3 J yesterday morniag had his
fingers pinched- between two of -the
ooachea at Fulton on. the way down,
L . ' ' .
i'ui du senvoar injury was aone.
Fulton always War an unlucky town.
Harry t ox. former auperintondent
of tko Dee Moines division of the
Rock Island, kaa moved bia house.
bold goods to thia city, and next
waek will take a passenger run be-
iween nere ana iwancu ttians. '
The-H. L ft P,ha ita blank appli
cauona ior nan rate oiergy passes
ior ies. and , ministers desiring
should call at . Cbe" company'a office
...aa ... -. . .
and fill them out.'
u. ii. uoaea, a is net passenger
agent, and C. C. Kamlach, district
claim agent of the Milwaukee, were
in ttoea island yesterday.
Burlington' offibiele sty there 1 no
ground for the rnmor that the night
traina on t o st. l.ouls division would
be sent by way of BnshnolL
. a .
a i.w ume cara is expected on
the B. I ft P. in the near future.
RACER EDWARDS FREED.
MH" Cbarga Wlthdrawa aad Ha Is
Ptaa4 ft r Vag-rB7. - -
Tbe charge of conspiracy against
cawaraa, tne sprinter, was with
arawn too ay, and one of vagrancy
preierrea agatnat mm. un thia he
waa fioed to and costs by Justice
Sobroeder. tie : paid. State's At
torney Searle turned over to Mrs.
Klrhpatrick her tSOO-
The semi-annual election of offioera
of Home Tribnnal No. 1, Fraternal
Tribunea. was held last evening,
whs tne louowmg result:
Past Chief Tribune M. E. Swee
Chief Tribune H. A. Weld.
Vice Chief Tribune D. B. Shaw.
Secretary Miss Nellie Ssnlly.
Treasurer M H. Sexton.
Sergeant-at-Arms G. W. Town-
Trustees Henry Carse, T. A. Pen
der. S. J. Coilifta.
Five candidates were initiated and
17 applications wsrerceived. T. A.
Pender. S 8. Hull, C Roberts, Dr.
Hirst. Kisa Nellie Scully and Mrs. M
a. sexton were appointed a com
mittee with power to arrange for a
ball. . ; - -
Wt 4 bMnaal afltaUsa
of the throat or head, or any pulmo
nary ailment, blight cold or a hack
ing conga ia a tenia thing to have
it la ao eerinue you can not allot d
to have it. o Deists are dangerooa
uc ueu nne.iar tljcey win cure
a cough or a cold in one night. It
will remove tke catarrhal aflVctien or
pulmonary ailmeut, and build np the
tiHuta tupporuDg tne lunga.
- ara-l rl-Lwa at V.aa4a
Who are lb j urea by the ne of cof.
fee. ReoeDtly-there haa been placed
in ail tne grocery vtorea a new prep
aration called Graiu-O, made of pure
grains, tnat tales tbe place of coffee.
The moot delicate stomach receives
it without distress, and bat few can
tea it rront coCee. it does sot cost
over one-quarter a mack. Children
may drink it with great benefit. 16
oenta and 24 peata per aackage. Try
it. ask ior uvsin-v.
: Oaly 7 to St' Pant or Minneapolis
Tie tke Bock Island ron te. Tke oalv
line rnnning throuuh trains withoat
cnange oi cart or ary c;as.
Casoareta aOaaiate liver, kidneys
Twelve Men Who Are to Decide
the Storm Drain
0PEHI& ' SXAIEMEITS MOIDAY.
Dr. I.tMkr Cmvletad of rraeUdng BtoaV
Maa Wiaoa;jUtkr. Anaaaad aad
Breasts tiara FraaVstarlia- aa a Ofceree
aicaatatas Oaaar Valaa
Tke jury in the storm drain con
spiracy case ' waa comnlatad laat
evening. ' The men composing it are:
n. n. n usoa, vaomts tiowes, leo
nard Hoffman and-' B. B. Richards,
of Edgington; William Wooley, Jr.,
Coal Valley; i. Wi Long. Molina; E.
d. &o Deris. Anaeiaeia: u. sontb and
Fred Jenkens, Black Hawk; Henry
Tomer, H-- H. Tavener and Albert
Davison. Cordova The inrv n
plaoed In charge of Sheriff Heman-
way, and farther consideration of
tke case was postponed until Monday
morning, wiaa" tne opening state
ments win ecrxnaae. .
Ferdinand Horn: of Molina, enn.
victed of forgimre the name of Dr.
J. W. Stewart to a note tor 165, was
sentenced to the penitentiary this
morning by Judge Qest.
ur. ia. lioois, formerly ox this city,
was arrested yesterday at Sterling,
his Dresent-fcbme. on a chanra of oh.
taining signatures by false pretenses,
preierrea dj m. ,w. egns, oi this
city. The warrant was issued bv
Justice W;-F..-8chroeder. Depnty
aoerin u. w. bample brought Dr.
uouia to town. ur. tiouis waa con
victed in a Milan iuatioe court of
practicing medioine withoat a state
1 . I . m i n n rw .
permit auu nnea fiuu. ue loox an
appeal to the ircuit court. He se
cured C- W. Negue and John Gibaon
aa oonasmoa to-ee care the payment
of the iadrment ahonld dm ha m-
trrnea against him bv the higher
courts, a jary in tne circuit court
auBtainea toe Milan conrt. vt. Liouis
did not dst-the fine. Mr. 'Smtrnn
claims that -Dr. Louis represented to
nim tnat itowgnlag his bond be was
i i . .
uuit lnHurmp-n bia aonAaranca in
court, instead ol -the paying of bis
Laoswi rth At rastad.
lienrv Lanr worth, a witneaa fnr
the defense in the Behrens case, haa
been arrested at Daventtort for tier-
jury, as nss Dean found be served a
term in SlagBiag. alaet he denied
on the witness stand. He waa todav
L.IJ . . . 1
neia unaer su.uuu oonds.
Divorce proceedings which will
occasion somewhat of a surprise are
E03n to do begun in the Kock Island
county circuit court, it is said. The
wedding, .which,' did not have
unanimoua parental approval, was
the culmination of an interesting
little ro uancc Tiie wife ia th
la 840DWT Maaaa.
The roadwav of the Rock Taland
bridge became so slippery from the
jaataraay aat it was almost an
Impossibility for horses to travel
there. Several animala fall Anmn
and it required some time before
ujj coma get tneir oearings again.
The Bridge line cars were Interfered
wiw oonaiaeraDiy ia consequenee.
Coasamptlaa raalstvi lr Cava.
Mr. R.' B.. .Q reeve, mnrotianf. n
Chilbowle. Var certifies that ha hail
consumption, was given up to die,
auugut iu meaicai treatment that
monev Could crocure. tried all nnncrk
remedies that he could hear of, bat
got no relief; spent many nights sit
ting up in a: caairv waa induced to
trv Dr. Kinp'a Maw Diaenvrv. mnA
waa enred by the use of two bottles.
For past three years has been at
tending to business, and says Dr
Bine's New Discover ia th imut
est remedy ever made, as it has done
m i t
ao mucn ior pun ana also for others
in his coamanitv. - Dr. RWa h
Discovery i;gujiranteed for Coughs,
Colds and Consumption. It don't
a 1 1 - .
iau. xnat ootues tree at Harts &
Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich.,
says: "I have Ubed Fo.ey's Honey
and Tar in three severe oases of
pneumonia-the past' month, with
goad results." For sale by T. H
Ihomas. ; v1 ' -
A Satisfied, CtQcier
Ia a bigger advertisement,
than a page la this news
paper. -'May we make a
. walking advertisement of
our storeuont of 'jou? We
can if yonll give na a trial.
Never Have We
tx Line of
It will , pay you to see this as
sortment before placing your orders.
4:j. Smith Son:
123. .125 West Third Street.
A Province In Ireland,
Is the locality where Ulster Overcoats were
; originally made of Irish Frieze. The doth
, arid the coat are synonymous with stormy
- feather comfort. The most stylish Ulsters
and Great Coats are to be found at our store.
We have a line that will delight you. A few
Childs' Ulsters, S to 12 yeara ' r : t 1.45
Childs' Ulsters, 4 to 10 years, $4 kind, now : 198
Childa' Ulsters, 6 to 10 years, $4.85 kind, now 3.60
Childs' Blue Reefer, Ulster Collar, : : 2.60
Childs Blue Reefer, Ulster Collar, : : : 3 76
Men's Black Irish Frieze Cloth Lined Ulster : 7.60
Man's Brown Irish Frieie all wool lined Ulster 10.00
Better grades at better prices, but all are
well made garments, and bargains at the
1804 Second Avenue.
CENTRAL SHOE 8TOSE,
Tt5a Hf2'..'ms goods have arrived at the
ADAMS WALL PAPER ART STORE, and
now is the time to have your pictures framed be
fore the Xmas rush. AH the latest styles in
Mouldingsthe Antique, Ebony, Delft, Mat Gold
and Flemish are well represented in the new
lines. r Be sure and see them.
l'vr- ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
310. 312, 314 TWENTIETH ST.
Sboxrn So Lcrgo
Is what we may now expect
Better get into a pair of good
warm shoes. We are well
prepared to meet your wants
in the line of Cold Weather
Footwear, such as Arties,
'Alaskas, Fleece Lined Rub
bers, Felt Boots, Felt Shoes,
Felt Slippers, Orergaitors, in
fact anything you may call for
to keep your- feet snug and
warm. Try us.
1711 81COKD AVBICE.
or frtBa: Ifli
IMAS K0YiTIS OF ill KRD.