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THE AUGUS. SATUBDAY. MABOII 11, 1899.
Keeping Pace Withwm OUT,
hard task ihese days, but Shield's cash
grocery has kept ahead of them in the way of
grocery merchandising. Not alone in the matter
of prices, but in getting the best for the money,
have the patrons of the store been benefited.
Watch Shield's cash grocery and you will be
keeping your eye on the industor of success.
Read our List.
Southern League Twirler Offered
His Price But Signs at
13 roords granulated sugar SI. 00
Good smoking tobacco per pound 'J0c
Navy chewliig tobacco pr pound :Jc
12 bats Kirk's eatuie ap '.:5c
Graham Hour pt-r tack 00
Washing tiowder, per package OJc
Kleven bars U. N. p. Soap -V:
Alatka Saluinu, per can 'Jc
Mixed NuU p-r pound lie
Four X dlltjf, 'ier package 10c
liio Uoffe, per lb 10 and 12,' t
Three I'oaud (-an Uaapbtrriea 10c
Three Pound Can lliackbtriies 10c
Four Cans l&US 1'ack, Swett Corn 2.'c
Two Cans Pumpkins 15c
Two Cans l(rd Kidney liean 15c
Three Pound Can Wax lira:. OSc
lVas, per Can, 5. 7. ai.d "-'c
Coiuplexiou Soap, three Uiirs in a Uox. 0'Jc
10c sack salt per sack 01c
Four p&cbagos mince tm-at 25c
Fresh Kye Flour, per sack 33c
Fresh Kye Meal per sack 28c
Dr. Trice'. liaklng Powder, per ib . . . . SUc
Schepp's Shrtdtd C'ocoanut, fer . . 17c
Baker's Chocolat , per lb 35c
Japan Tea, per lb 25c
New Navy Iieans, six quarts 25c
New D oil IV as, Bix qu-uts 55c
(Jold Iut Washing Powder, per
package 1 Rc
K aiuelino 8c, 2 for 15c
Holland hei ring per keg 74c
Butter, per pound 1 7c
Corn btarch per package 04c
.Sarge iauer pickles per gallon 18c
gllcii bottle ammonia 15c
0c sack bait per tack 03c
HAD BEEN DICKERING WITH SAGE.
f Mi one 11217.
200 Fifth Ave
S TEA RNS.
1730 Second avenue and 202 Eighteenth street, Rock Island.
I si al 3 fcl if
are not luxuries but
(Jet our iigures In-fore
you let your contract.
We oiTer vou the best
material, prompt ser
vice and lirstclass work
manship at the most
Klchard CIuuod, of Ies Moinen, a Candl
date for Second Spencer, of Dennlaon,
Want Aiivui.ee Money Officers of Cedar
KapUls Club Breezy Briefs liathered
t'com All Aronntl the Circuit.
Kock Island has lost out on Lem
Hailey, of Montgomery. Ala., said to
je one of the swift twirlers of the
south, a telegram having come from
him to Harry Sage last night statin;
that he had signed with his home
team. Sage had lieen dickering with
IJailey for quite awhile and had every
assuiance from the Moutgoinerv plav
er that he would join the Hock Island
club if a satisfactory salary were of
fered him. He was askd to name
his price. This he did, and in return
'-l an answer accepting his terui9
Then Itailev tlunkied. l!ut as Mark
Murphy would say, There are just
as rool sea in the lish a ever was
Kichard Closson. of Des Aloines
who has done good work at second, is
reailv to sign a Ilock Island contract.
as is Spencer, a short stop, of Ienni
son, Texas, but Spencer wants ad
vance monev. It is not thought, how
ever, that he win succeed in pulling
any Kock Island greenbacks down iuto
lexas. Hi; can guess again.
V. (J. llask-ll has been elected
president of the Cedar Hapids Iall
club, (,eirge K. lsarton vice president
J. A. Plumb secretary, and George 1$,
ltrerzen Alxmt Hall.
Pat Flaherty, who is to manage Ot-
tumwa, has his "phiz" in the Sporting
News this week.
I he l'eoria team will have three or
four college men on it, who have their
records still to make.
Cedar Kapids enthusiasts were for
awhile w hen thev did not kuow w heth-
er they were going to be in the game
this load of poles. But Heldeu Hill
has got tilings in shape finally, having
secured the cooieration or a number
of the leading people there.
Bill Brown, of Uuincv. lias realized
over $ -J.r0 from his chain-letter scheme,
His ball for the leuelil of the club was
a success, over 7,000 tickets being
sold. He is also arranging an athletic
entertainment, which will include a
lively mill, to secure funds far the
Warren M. Beck with, son-in-law of
former Secretary of War Boburt T.
Lincoln, is again to Income a profes
sional base ball plaver. Will Maas,
ownc of the Dallas club of the South
cm league, announces that after much
correspondence he has succeeded in
signing Beck with, who is wintering at
his home in Creston, Iowa. Btckwith
was a pitcher on the Dallas Browns-of
the lexas league, in ltvJ, when he
surprised the social world bv his ro
mantic marriage to Miss Lincoln.
THE ICE GETS A MOVE.
Klver Clear for a l lie llelow Weyerhauner
lor a distance of a mile south of
Weyerhauser & Denkmann's sawmill
the Mississippi river is almost entire
ly clear of ice.
The ice broke up yesterday after
noon, sliding awav peaceably.
At the Kock Island bridge and as far
south as the Crescent bridge the ice is
COMMITTEES FOR THE CLUB. ;
Bahnsen Makes Appointments
President F. W. Bahnsen, of the
Kock Island Club, has appointed the
following standing eotuuiittees for the
Reception C. F. Lynde, W. L. L i
dolph, Leopold Simon. Dr. C. C. Car
ter. Dr. K. M. Tearce.
Entertainment C. W. Durham, J.
J. La Velle, Walter Rosenrield.
Manufactures F. A. Head, S. S.
Davis, Frank Mixter.
Local Improvements T. J. Mcdill.
Jr.. Dr. J. P. Coniegys, E. H. (Juyer.
In the handicap billiard tournament
at the club four more games were
plaved last evening. Col. C. W. Dur-
Fears at Sheriffs Office That'
He Will Make Way With
HE IS WATCHED DDEISG THE NIGHT.
Convict's Wife Mikes a Contesslon to
band Murdered Annie's ISahy Alone,
liivlnjr No Heed to Her Protests and
John Trcj'own has been acting
Klerliart's New store.
If vou contemplate bu ving a piano
either now or in the future, vou
should avail yourself of the opportuni
ties that are presented bv :t visit to
Eln-rliart's new store, .'Ji'O Twentieth
street. It has lieou fitted up in a
tasty maimer, with blue for the pre
vailing color, .-o that it is quite in
viting. A line assort uicnt of pianos
is shown, among which are the relia
ble Chase instruments, that have a
reputation fur superiority. The store
is conducted on an up-to-date plan.
orders for tuning, etc., given prompt
attention, and all businessof whatever
nature will ie conducted in a manner
most satisfactory to patrons. Tele
The democratic township conven
tion of South Kock Island will 1 held
at the town hall Tuesday evening,
March 17. at S::0. All democrats arc
requested to 'ittend.
J. K. Iabkkk. Chairman.
ham with a handicap oi 40 to 40 de- slran,,t.iv smce sentence was passed
feated L. II CJreer by a score of 4-j to for the murder of his daugh-
With a handicap i u to .o, j.
F. Lynde won from W. H. Marshall,
the score lieing 70 to 32. (Jeorge
Price succeeded in making the 12
points reciuired of him in g:imes with
C. F. Lynde and Col. C. V . Durham.
He beat Lvnile. who had-a handicap
of 70, lirto i6, and Durham without
odds against him scored up 1'S. while
Price was shoving over his 1:25 but
tous. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Julius S. Starr, of Peoria, was in the
Mrs. J. C. Pugh is ill at her home
on Nineteenth street.
Mis. J. D. Collier organized a Hoyal
Neighbor camp at Alexis last night.
Mrs. Silas Sprague and daughter.
Miss Jcnuie, are visiting in Blue Isl
and. Friends of Fred Kellerstrass have
received the happy news that he is
soon to l)e married at St. Louis.
Bock Inland camp No. 300, M. W.
A., admitted 2:i new members last
night, the initiation ceremony being
conducted by the forester team of
Cedar camp, "of Davenport. Twenty-
live applications were also received
and will be acted upon at the next
meeting. After the business session
was over there was a round of general
sociability. Sieeches were made bv
Dr. E. L. Kerns. S. (J. Sparks and W
A. Meese, of Moline; Aid. W. C,
Maucker, of Bock Island, and Mr
Fisher, of Davenport. Island City
camp will give an invitation dance at
Armory hall April 7, the minis to
toward purchasing new uniforms for
the camp's forester team.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
KII.U and Arthur tioodrlch Divorced by
Ill the circuit court this mornin
Judge ltamsav granted a divorce to
Lli.a (toodrich, who charged her
husband, Arthur (Joodrich. with be
ing cruel to her. The couple formerly
resided in Canoe ( reek. 1 hey have six
children, two of whom are minors. (
B. Marshall was Mrs. (Joodrich's attor
There are yet 35 cases on th
criminal docket. Next week will
be devoted to the trial of criminal
We, the undersigned, do hereby
agree to relund the money on a oo
ceut bet tie of (Jrcene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your
cough or cold. We aiso guarantee a
o-vent bottle to prove satisfactory or
jioiwt vox koeckkitz.
At the Fair.
A good-sized crowd was in attend
ance at the industrial lair last night
The program included selections by
the Waldo Mandolin club; II. Holt
sang "Mill the Green Fields of Ol
Virginia" and 'Without Your Love
Oh Let Me Die," and Stader and Sten
erson gnve aii acrobatic perform
In addition to the donations before
mentioned in ThkAki;i"s arc offerings
presented to the ladies booth as fol
lows: Mrs. Fred Hodges, dovlie;
Mr. Foster Covne, pillow sham
Miss Lena Leonard, two tidies; Mrs
John Kolloff. dovlie; Miss Minnie
llcstmann. head rest; Miss Minnie
Bcpine, pillow slips, four haudker
luef Ikjxos. two gingham aprons and
two card plates; Mrs. (Jus Btirgeiison
gg Ijeater; louis A. Schmidt, drug
gist, bottle of erfume and three
Ijoxcm of soap. C. E. Spencer has do
natcd a bicycle. All article-! are to
be disposed of tonight.
I he real estate and personal taxes
are now due and pavabie at the town
ship collector s office on the hrst Moor
of the court house.
Timothy O'Neill, Collector.
Send us your orders
Telephone lul S.
Allen . Myers & ComiranF
Opposite Harper lioiic.
1821 SECOXD AVE
;olns Doau 1 1 111.
People suffering from kidney dis
eases lee l a gradual iut steady loss 01
strength and vitality. They should
lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney
Cure, a guaranteed preparation.
. r:; i;-t- r,r.ii,iAr n.i T
can regulate the world.'rsaid a genius. Before the discovery cf One Minute
The druggist handed him a bottle of.?.0"sht C,u,re nnt were greatly
IX' Witt's Little Early Risers, the
Low Kates to Ft. Worth, Tex.
On March 10, 11 and 1' the Chi
cago, Bock Island & Pacific will sell
tickets to Ft. Worth at the rate of
one fare for the round trip.
A. R. De Fluent, editor of the Jour
nal. Dovlestowu, Ohio, suffered for a
number of vears from rheumatism in
his right shoulder and Mile. He says:
"My right arm at times was entirely
useless. I tried Chamberlain's Pain
ISalm. and was suppriscd to receive
relief almost immediate! v. The Pain
Balm has been a constant companion
of mine ever since and it never fails."'
For sale by all druggists.
Pneumouia follows la grippe, but
pneumonia cannot follow the use of
Foley's I lone v and Tar. Pneumonia
is striking down hundreds of those
who thought they were cured of la
grippe. Foley's Honey and Tar, taken
during or after la grippe, is guaran
teed to prevent pneumonia.
famous little pills. For sale bv T. H.
Thomas, A. J. Kciss and M. F. Bahn
disturbed bv coufhinir contrreation
Nj excuse for it now. For sale by T.
II. Thomas. A. J. lleiss and M. F.
B i tin sen, druggists.
Dost Tsharra Spit im Satose Tsar life Iwif,
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be nut
netic. full of life nc.re and TU'or, take No-To
Bsc. the wonder worker, tiul makes weak mea
strong. AU druCisu, 50c or fl. Cure guaran
teed, booklet and sample free. Address
SterUog Re-Bedf- Co ; CoicagQ or New York.
Nerves, stomach nd liver are all
a'ded by Orangeim-;" hence itsquick
and safe action iu colds and headaches
KdaratsTear nowels Wlih Casearats.
t'ndy c.-itltartir. cure constipation forever.
ii v. tao, arnseists rf uni moDj.
I ter's infant. He bid the attaches of
jthe county j iil and sheriffs o'.licc
Igoodiiye last night an I walked to his
cell with an air of abandon that was
not iced, anil occasioned suoii aiarm
that Deputy Sheriff Andrews feared
t he consequences of. leaving the pris
oner alone. Al Stombs was accord
ingly secured to act as guard over
Treglown, and the two passed the en
tire night In playingvcanls in the con
vict's cell. It has teeu determined to
keep a constant watch on Treglown
as not onlv his action?, but his conver
sation. indicates, in the opinion of the
sheriff's office attaches, that he would
take advantage of the lirst opportu
mt v to make way with himself.
Treglown spends considerable time
in praying. He savs that tor 4U years
he was an infidel, but now ho has
come to believe that there is a here
after, and as he puts it himself, as he
has only a few more vears to live, he is
resolved to do his best toward makin
his peace with (Jod.
You:u Makes Confession.
Today a letter was received from
Coal Valley by Deputy Sheriff Heide
containing the information that Mrs
Treglown had made a confession to
two well known residents of the vil
lage, one of whom wrote the commit
nication. Mrs. Treglown, the letter
states, related to them all the detail
of the killing of Annie's baby. She
said she would go crazy if she did not
relieve her mind. She declared that
her husband committed the murder
alone, and that when he legan wind
ing the cloth about the infant's neck
slio protested and appealed to him
not to kill it, saving: '-For (Jod
sake, John, do not tie that rag around
the baby's neck don't murder th
A Narrow Kscape.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ad
1. Hart, ol tirolon, I).: "Wtia taken
with a bad cold which settled on m
Inags; cough set in and finally ter
miiiatcd in consumption. Four dor
tors gave me up, saying I could liv
out a short lime. 1 gave myself ui
to mv Savoir, determined if I could
nut lav with my friends on earth, I
would meet mv absent ones above
My husband was advised to get Di
King's New Discovery for Consuinp
turn. Coughs anil Colds. 1 gave it a
trial, took in all eight bottles. It has
cured me, and thank (Jod I am saved
and now a well and healthy woman.
Trial buttles free at Hartz Si LMIemcv
er's drug store. Begular size 50
cents and $1. Guaranteed or price
Have You Had I lie Crip?
If you have, vou probably need
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
ind Tar to heal vour lungs and sto
t he racking cough incidental to this
disease. Foley's Honev and Tar
Cough Medicine is uiiiiiiestiouabl y the
iM-st remedy lir the throat and lungs
Pleasant to take and is guaranteed.
InKCrrtoll en tlie Icll.
Col. Kobert J. Ingersoll, prince of
orators, delivers his latest and be
lecture, his masterpiece of oratorical
genius on Jhe Ilevil at the ISurtis
next I uesilay evening. I he enga
ment is a special one, and will attract
i large audience. .
An Excellent Combinaf ion.
The pleasant lnetboii and bcneiicial
effects of t lie wi ll known leim dv.
Svkit ok I'ius, iiianiifrii tiiretl ! v tJij
Cai.ipoiima I'l'i Mi.ri' 'o.. ilhitr.-it.-the
value of btainiii;r tin liipiid laxa
tive principles f plants linn:i to lie
medicinally la.xntive ainl prcser.t in;
them in t h-.t form most refreshing to tin
ta-stc a:id accept aide t- the s-ystcm. It
is the one p. t fei t ."-tri ii-rtlu nin laxa
tive, cluansir.y' the system efc.-tually.
dispelling eoids. bcadaeh' s an. I fevi-is
pently yet promptly nini eria'liiir
to overcome habitual const ipatioti per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every olivet tonaole oi::ility and suli
Rt ance. ami its acting on t;ie hi'lsn ys.
liver ami bowels, without weakening
or irritat-inT them, niaKo n in iaeai
In the process of manufactcnn'?' fis
are tiseU, as thev r.re pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal 'j-in lit ics of the
remedy are obtained f.-mr. senna and
other aromatic p!a;.t:;. by a method
known to the California Fio Sv::it
'. only. In order to 'et its beneficial
Ifects and t- avoid iiiiitr.tinns. p!ea,-e
remcni'M-r the full name of tli- onifiany
priiiteil on the front of every packape.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FKAWCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE. HY. YCRK. K. Y.
For a!e by all Ircggists. Price Soc. prr totUe.
This style in if 3 or ij-.o0
in all widths and sizes,
tan or black. . $3.50
Our "Aurora" ?" Mannish Shoes,
perfect litters, either iu
tan or black $3.00
an extra large
assortment of Low
Shoes for the coming
season, and they will
be here inample time
and it will pay you
Shoes are par
ford on the
line of Ladies1
Shoes will be
and Second ave
nue, Kock I si- '
ARE WE MtND READERS?
PERM A PS! WE'LL TRY
Well, Friends, you are watching the weather
changes and your minds are reverting to thoughts
of clothes, new, nobby clothes, clothes that
make you feel comfortable and dress you well.
IS THIS NOT TRUE?
We believe wc have on our counters the very line
of clothing you have In your mind, correct In fit,
finish, fabric and fashion, protected and guaran
teed by (the Mark that never disappoints.'
ISeither your neighbor nor any one else can have
any better goods than the lines we have just
opened for your Inspection.
SOMMERS & La VELLE.
1804 Second Avenue
And good workmanship to build
a bicycle to carry the largc-t
man on earth. Joe Crimes
weight ij'.U't pounds, rides a
Cleveland. It's the maximum
of humanity on a maximum of
It's safe to ride a
M. H. WILCHER.
ROBT. SMYTHE Agent, Ki
A t Phil S. Wilchers
Cook Stoves for
Cook Stoves with Ecutrvoir for
Full size No. 8 Stores, Square Oren