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THE AB6KDB, SAT D BD AT, - JULY 8, 1899.
"How Would You Like to Be
is another vaudeville song. It ought to make a
hit in summer theatres. The song of low prices
is' what has made the hit at Shields' Cash Gro
eery. A few years ago when it was first heard
skeptics said it couldn't last. It did last, though,
and SHIELDS'-CASH GROCERY is still do
ing business at the old stand. Cutting the prices
and dividing the profits with the purchasers.
The moral is plain: If you want to take advant
age of this kind of dealing, trade here.
SHIELDS' CASH GROCERY.
Alaska salmon, 1-pound can 9c
Holland herring, per keg "Oc
Orphan Boy smoking tobacco, per
Hat's Mixture smoking tobacco 33c
Good smoking tobacco, per pound 25c
Star tobacco, per pound 45c
Clippr tobacco 35c
Grape Nuts, per package 12Jc
Corn starch, per package 4c
Hardwood toothpicks, per package 3c
Pure Cream toilet soap, 3 in box,
per box 9c
Brick cheese, by brick, per pound 121c
Choice rice, per pound 5c
XXXX coffee, per package 10c
Loose coffee, per pound 10c
Kaco flour, per sack 1.10
The best flour made.
Phone 12217. 2IJOO Fifth Ave
This Week While They Last.
1899 Sterling Bicycles, list $50, this week $30.00
1889 Victor Bicycles, list $30, this week 28.00
1899 Liberty Racer Bicycles, list $60. this week 30.00
1899 Trinity Bicycles, list 50, this week .' 30.00
1899 Patee Crest Bicycles, list $35. this week 22.00
Also special sale on Steam's Ball Bearing Lawn
Mowers. Call and see them.
1730 Second avenue and 202 Eighteenth street, Rock Island.
They Go Together.
The man who is continually run
ning to the plumbers for rcairs is
sure to go sooner or later, to the doc
tors, l'oor plumbing breeds bad
health. Typhoid fever lurks in im
proper plumbing. There is but one
way to have plumbing done and that
is to have it properly done. Have
your plumbing done right or do with
out it. We offer you the lest and at
as a low a price as it can possibly be
Oprosite Harper House.
Graham, per sack 20c
Rye flour, per sack 35c
Rye meal, per sack 28c
Shredded whole wheat biscuit per
pack 12 J c
Navy beans, 6 quarts 25c
Washing powder. 3 packages.... 5c
9 bars Santa Clauj soap 25c
9 bars Anti-Washboard soap 25c
10 bars Diamond C soap 25c
10 bars Armour soap 25c
10c Ivory soap, 2 for 15c
1. L. bottle blueing 5c
Sa polio 8c, 2 for 15c
Shino. per cake 5c
-gallon jug ammonia 15c
French peas, per can 10c
Cc.n peas, 6c and up 5c
4 cans corn, 1898 pack 25c
3 cans best tomatoes 25c
2 cans best kidney beans 15c
2 cans best pumpkin 15c
All at rock bottom prices. Call
and examine them.
1821 SECOND 1VB
'HAD A BOGUS CHECK,
Sid Coldberry Nipped in Tryingto
Get Money on a Forged
ARRESTED AT MITCHELL & LYME'S
Paper Bcmn th Signature of John Evans
and la Dated Jane SO, 1801 Cashier
Kinney Holds the Culprit and Notifies
Police Headquarters Farther AitmU
Made In the Kinsley Hold op Case.
Sid Gold berry, aged 20, claiming
Ames, Iowa, as his home, attempted
to pass a forged check for $28 at
Mitchell & Lynde's bank todav,
Cashier F. J. Kinney, as soon as the
check was handed through the win
dow, saw that it was bogus. He en
gaged the young man in conversation
and inviting him to the rear of the
bank, telephoned police headquarters.
Acting i'oticeman Andrew .htzel ar
rived shortly and placed Uoidberry
under arrest, taking him to the sta
tion and locking him up.
The check was evidently filled ou
by a novice in the art of forging oth
ers" signatures. It bears date of June
SO, 1891, and is endorsed by "John
Gold berry stated that he bought the
check yesterday in a saloon, pay in
$1 for it. ,
Gold berry says that he is a printer
Captured In Peoria.
The following was received this af
ternoon from Acting Chief Miller
which shows that Phil has landed his
birds in the Kinsley holdup case:
Peoria, July 8 Rock Island Ak
ul'S: Have got all the parties in the
Kinsley robbery case; will be home
at 6:45. Phil Mili eu.
Doad Hampton, the first to be ar
rested lor the Kinsley holdup, is in
jail at Davenport, and will be brought
here as soon as a requisition for him
can be obtained from the governor of
AMENT CASE IS DISMISSED
Second-hand Dealer Cleared of Charge of
In the circuit court this morning
Judge Gest, after granting a new trial
to J. 1'. Ament, the Hock Island sec
ond-hand dealer, recently convicted
by a jury or conspiracy, entered an
order dismissing the whole proceed
ing, therebv relieving Mr. Anient of
the fetigma alleged in the indictment.
Judgment for $5,000 was entered in
the case of Pearl Keeley vs. the Chi
cago, Hock Island & Pacilic Railroad
company. The railroad company
took an appeal.
C. B. Marshall, in behalf of the city
of Rock Island, entered a motion tur
a new trial vi the Starkey damage
A 6-rear-old son of John Bishop, of
Watertown, yesterday got in a cbiitc
used to transfer ice from the houses
to the cars. Two large chunks of ice
struck the child, fracturing an arm
and leg and indicting probably fatal
Jacob Wulf, of Edgington, was bit
ten by a dog on Seventeenth street this
morning. His left leg was painfully
Robert Baden, 600 Sixth street
while fishing today, met with a pain-
ful acciden', a hook becoming iniled-
ded in the first joint of the middle
finger of his right hand. Boden's
injury was dressed at the Asav sani
Manaal Training School to Open.
The mwiual training school which
has been arranged for during July
and August will open Monday morn
ing under the direction of Prof. Mc-
Kenncy, instructor in manual training
in the Davenport public - schools.
More pupils have been enrolled than
were necessary to organize the school.
and it is hoped that the movement
thus inaugurated may be followed up
bv permanent provision for this im
portant branch of education in our
city. All pupils arc requested to as
semble at the High school building
Monday morning at 9 o'clock and to
bring with them what tools they have,
ready for work.
Richard F., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Gardner, 329 Nineteenth
street, died at 4 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, of bronchitis, aged 2 years
and 6 months. Funtral services will
be held at the home tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry lloldorf's infant
daughter, Frances Johanna, suc
cumbed to cholera infantum at 10
clock last night. The child was
agrd 6 months. The funeral will
be held from 721 Thirteenth street, at
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Notice to the Public
Notice is hereby given to persons
owning vacant lots within the city
limits that they are required by ac
tion of the city council to cut down
and remove all noxious weeds and
rank vegetable growth.
G. G. Crxih, Jr.,
Commissioner of Health.
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet, and instantly takes
the stingoutof cornsand bunions. It's
the greatest comfort discovery of the
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight
or new shoes easy. It is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot.
tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold
by all druggist and shoe stores. By
mail for 25 cents in stamps. Trial
package free. Address Allen S. Olm
sted. LoEoy. N. Y.
STATE DEPUTIES NAMED
Appointments Made by Modern Woodmra
The executive council of the Mod
ern Woodmen of America at its ses
sion at Lake Minnetonka this week
appointed the following state depu
ties for the ensuing two years:
Charles S. Ixcknane,of Wetmore'Kas.,
for Kansas: J. W. Simmons, of North
jTopeka, Kas.. for East New York;
George H. Detler. or loledo, Uhio, lor j
west New York: E. M. Tousle v.
oi iuinneapoiis, xor uoiorauo: j. o.
Shearer, Minneola, Kas., for Okla
homa and Indian Territory; S. G.
Sparks, of Springfield, for Illinois; O.
H. Westburg. of Galva, 111., for Mass
achusetts; L. H. Addis, of Streator.
111., for New Jersey and Delaware; T.
D. Quaintance, of St. Paul, for Mary
land; T. W. Newman, of Burlington,
Iowa, for Connecticut and Rhode Isl
and; E P. Young, of Springfield, Mo.,
for Maine: A. O. Palmer, of Chariton,
Iowa, for Vermont; M. M. Pierce, of
Kansas City. Mo., for New Hamp
shire; J. i. Harris, of ureat falls
Mont., for California.
State Deputy S. G. Sparks has an
pointed J. . Jackson deputy for the
Tenth congressional district, and W.
J. Ranson for the Fifteenth congres
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
T. W. Sennott, of Chicago, is in the
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Head left todav
Jess Smith, of St. Louis, is visiting
in the city.
C. W. Johnson went to Colorado
Springs last night.
Maj. C. W. Hawes returned today
f.-om Jake Minnetonka.
Mr. and Mrs. F. . Bahnscn went
to Iowa City last night.
Mrs. Katharine Voigt returned to
her home at Quincy today.
Mrs. F. H. Hamblin and daughter
left last evening for Columbus, Neb.
on a vi.-it.
Paul Teska left today for Peru oa
a visit to bis grandmother, airs. Alar
Mis Maine Lewis, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. O. K. Lewis, is visiting at
Miss Ada IJowlby left last evening
for Lincoln, Neb., on a month's visit
to her grandparents.
Charles Arnold and Sidney Ander-
sou, with their lamuies, have gone
camping above Moline.
Mrs. Joseph Rutherford, of Oshkosh
Wis., who has been visiting relatives
in this city, returned home today.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Taylor, of Chi
cago, ioinier residents ot liock Island
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R John
Mrs. M. C. Wadsworth and her
guest. Miss Maltby, of Columbus
Ohio, leave tomorrow for a river trip
to at. i'aul.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Clcmann have gone
to iindall, S. If., to visit a month
with the family of their son-in-law,
Rev. II. Lange.
1 he loung Jadics society of Zion
Swedish Lulherau church had an out
ing at-V oodward's grove, above Port
1). Koy liowlbv is suffering from
severe injury to the muscles of his
left leg sustained recently at his boat
house on the river front. Mr. Bowl-
by will be obliged to use crutches for
some time to come.
Rev. Frank C. Bruner, of Chicago
is here for a few days, tisiting. He is
taking his vacation. Mr. Bruner is
engaged to lecture during the month
at seven chautauquas. ' He leaves for
the east next week, where he lectures
at Round Lake, N. Y., and also at
North Compton, Mass.
At the borne of the bride' in South
Kock island, lbursday evening, oc
curred the wedding of John J. Paul
sen and Miss Jennie E. Burton. Rev.
D. L. McNarv, pastor of the United
Presbyterian church, performing the
ceremony. Michael HolJruan was
groomsman and Miss Maud Wynes
bridesmaid, lhe couple will make
their home in South Rock Island,
where both are well known.
I. N. Butterworth, proprietor of the
irMJity tlectric company, of this city,
was married this week, at Davenport,
to Miss Sus s Johnston. Rev. J. B.
Donaldson, pastor of the Presbyterian
church, was the officiating clergyman.
Mr. Butterworth and bride are spend-
ng their honeymoon in the east.
For the Sake of.. Fun, Mischief la Done."
A vast amount of mischief is done.
too, because people neglect to keep
their blood pure. The mischief ap
pears in eruptions, dyspepsia, indi
gestion, nervousness, kidney diseases
and other ailments. ibis mischief,
fortunatelv, may be undone by the
faithful use of Hood's Sareaparilla.
which cures all diseases originating in
or promoted by impure blood.
Hood's Tills curcsall liver ills. Non-
T !f Trip to Clinton.
Wednesday, July 12. the fare to
Clinton and return will be 75 cents
on the steamer City of Winona.
Leaves Rock Island at 7:10 a. m., re-
urning at 6:30 p. m. Telephone.
105. Lamont & Son. agents.
Mo Charge for Bicycles.
An extra baggage car will be at
tached to the Merchants' excursion
train to take all bicycles, free of
charge, to those attending the outing
I have received more benefit from
one bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure than
from months of treatment by physi
cians," writes V. B. Conklin. of Bow
Maj. S. E. Blunt Goes East
THE SMALL ARMS PLANT.
Present Visit Deferred Owlnr. to the Re.
cent Strike. Hut Now That All Dlfflcul-
ties Are Settled He Feels Free to Devote
Attention to the New' Manufactory -ul
Combine Business and Pleasure.
Maj. Stanhope E. Blunt, command
ant at Rock Island arsenal, has gone
east, and will be absent for some
While it is not given out officially
it is stated that he has gone for the
purpose of investigating and pur
chasing machinery for the manufac
ture of small arms at the arsenal.
It will be remembered that he was
instructed to go early in the spring
but owing to the fact that the strike
came on he was detained here. Now
that matters are practically settled h
feels free to go.
Will Rest Up.
He will also doubtless take a little
time for recreation, as he has had
hard siege of it during the past year
and a half.
ON THE BASEBALL FIELD
M. St K.
and Moline Athletics to Play a
the Park Tomorrow.
The M. & K.'s and Moline Athletics
will meet at baseball at the Twelfth
street park tomorrow afternoon. Th
teams will line up as follows: M. Jfc K
South. 1. f.: Smith. Sd b; Auld
2d b.; Corken, r. f.; Lidders, c. f.
Meanor. 1st b. : Whisler, s. s. ; Good.
hart, p.; Griflin, c. Moline Athletics
Hamilton, c. f.; Johnson, 2 b.; Archer,
3d b.; Samuelson, 1st b.; Runge. s. s
Ublman. c. f : Sandstrom, r. f. ; Av
ery, p.; Nelson, c.
Billy Botenus, our former captain
is playing great ball for Newark in
the Atlantic league. He is covering
his old oosition in the left field. In
the game of July 1 he made two run
and a hit, and had two put outs.
The Sporting News' correspondent
at Columbus, in a lengthy article ex
plaining why Loftns has determined
to shake the town, says: "It is. how
ever, a well known fact that Colum
bus will see no more Western league
ball if Loftus can find any kind of
place to locate his team for the , bal
an cc of the season. He leaves the
city today accompanied by his team
with the avowed intention of remain
ing away, as he has two or three
points in view where he can locate
llis best offer is from Rock Island, and
it is said he looks upon it with a good
deal of favor."
Charles Doom made his initial ap
pearancc with St. Paul behind the bat
yesterday. He made a line impres
sion. Artie Ball had two errors, los
ing the game.
Bobbv Kothermel, Baltimore's Rock
Island find, seems to have temporarily
dropped out of sight.
lo-day's Chicago papers an speak
hopefully of Rock Island's prospects
of sretting Tom Loftus' Columbus
Elmer Stricklett played an elegant
game for Kansas City against Colum
bus. Rock island s prospective club.
vesterdav, holding the Ohioans down
to two hits until the seventh, when
they hopped on to him, and won out
by a score of 13 to 4.
Spencer Square's Summer Dress.
The summer repainting ot the
vases in bpencer siuare has been
completed under the direction of Park
Commissioner Crampton and the ef
fect is exceedingly pretty. K. W,
BoL'rress did the work, and the ideas
of color this year are those of W. G,
Andrews, the fresco artist now en
gaged in the Harper decorations.
J he Cable fountain has taken on an
old ivory hue, while in the vases
wedgewood is the prevailing style,
The other ornaments are all decorated
in atti active and appropriate colors.
II Is XI r Was Saved.
J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of
Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder
ful deliverance from a frightful death.
In telling of it he savs: "I was taken
with typhoid fever that ran into pneu
monia My lungs became hardened
1 wai so weak 1 couldn t even sit up
in u . .Nothing helped me. 1 ex
pect fto soon die of consumption,
when ..'heard of Dr. King's New Dis
covery. One bottle gave great relief.
continued to use it, and now am
well and strong. I can t say too
much in its praise." This marvelous
medicine is the Burest and quickest
cure in the world for all throat and
ung trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents
and (1. Trial bottles free at Hart. &
Ullemeyer's drug store: every bottle
Advertised Lbt of Letters Mo. 27.
List of letters uncalled for at the Dostofflee
at kocb un&na July . imc
mm ciiaiock. rtert
A le-Us, f -red Trent. Leonard
WbeucaiiinK for advertised letters nleata
give list numoer.
THOMAS H. THOMAS. POfctOOaSter.
A Little Known Fact
That most serious diseases originate
in disorder of the kidneys. .No hope
of good health while the kidneys are
wrong, l-oley s Kidnev cure is guar
anteed to make tbe kidneys right.
IVoold Have Cost Him His Life.
I have been using Foley's Kidney
Cure and take great pleasure in stat-
ng it gave me great permanent cure
of kidney disease which certainly
would have cost me my life. I recom
mend it to any one afflicted with kid
ney trouble. Oscar Bowman, Le
banon, Ky. "
Buys our $3.00
Are Great Bargains.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings.
Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue, Rock Island.
The Mood to Buy
Should Make Business, If you
are In the former, we' meet
you In the latter.
Men's Suits, $7.35, $6.85 and $6.00, now $4.40
Men's Suits, f 14.50, $12.50 and $12.00, now '. $10.00
Childrens' Waists, 50c and 48c, now 25C
Men's Crash Hats 25C
Children's Underwear, 25c grade, now 19c
Dutchess Pants, $2.00 and $2.25, now $1.65
All grades of Serge Coats and Vests.
See our Bluo Serge Coats and Vests $4.00
1804 Second Avenue
Cleveland and Crawford Bicycles.
$25, $35, $50, $65, $75.
M. H. WILCHER.
ROBT. SMYTH Agent,
shoes. Best of
last long at this
the Mood to Sell
EXCITEMENT IN TINWARE.
The extraordinary values we offer in
house - furnishing goods this week
should bring us a host of buyers. That
is why we are satisfied to cut a big
slice off ordinary prices.
Some of the goods we are almost
giving away although the quality is
u' v u& usual BivuuaiUf vub uuins
by this means to introduce our name
into a thousand homes.
Bicycles and Sundries.
303 Twentieth stmt.