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THE ABGITS, TniinSDAT, SErTEMTJEtt jr.. VJOO. -
Is not any easier or any
more satisfactory than sav
ing money by trading at
Shields' Cash Grocery. All
the prices put upon the
goods sold at this store are
washed in a price reducing
solution and put through
the wringer of low prices.
This store fared well byv
keeping good goods. It
will continue the practice
by handling goods it will
pay you to buy.
FOR A BIG TURN OUT,
Local Democrats Planning
Entertainment of Large
THREE CITIES AID
Three car of provisions donate! by
the people of the three cities will be
for J attached to the special over the Bock
Inland road for Galveston tonight.
Aside from the food and clothing
that will be seat, each of the cities
Ffione 127. 2.182 Fifth Ave
Stesrrvi won both races. Hock Island
Stearns won both race. Moline Class
Stearns wsa both races. Bock Island
and Moline Cass Iy.
Stearns wean both races, Davenport
Steam-, wa special time prize. De
trolt. Allcb . Ji
hie nu won special tlmo prize, Cb
eo. Ill , J ly
Htearc-t won tlri p.aoe. mile race.
Moline J a'y
Stearns on fccooffcl place, snile race,
Moline. J -ly 4.
terns woo Brt time prize, 7-mile
road rac. Kil n Juiy -4.
Stea ns won third place, 7-mhe road
race. Moline, July 4
Stearns woo fourth place. 7-mile road
race. Mouoe. July 4.
Hteara Ron bUtb place, 7 mile road
ruo. M.illtf. July 4.
btearn won rUntD place. 7-mile road
race. Moline. July 4.
Stearns won ninth place, 7-mUe road
race. Moline. July 4.
Stea n- won tenth place. 7-mte road
race. Moilne. July 4
Stearns won first place, one-balf-m'le
race. Clinton. July .
-tearo won necond place, 1-mlle
race. I'Unton. Julv 4.
KMtrni woo nrht due, Rock Island,
Steams woo first place, Rock Island.
Steams won third place. Rock Island,
Stearns non fourth place, Rock Isl
and July 1
Ste-ns won llth place, Rook I&land,
Stearns won first time prize, Daven
port Aug. 15
Steam win "second time prize. Dav
enport. AU 16
S. earns won third time prize. Daven
port, Au is.
Stearns won fifth time prize, Daven
port. A ur. IS.
S'ea cs w north place prize. Daven
port. -UK. l&
Stearns won 10th place prize, Daven
port, auk i.S
Stearns w n IStb place prize, Daven
port. Auk. IV
Stearns won 13th place prize, Daven
port, auk la
Stear- s won 14th place prize, Daveo
p rt. auk is
Stearns won loth place prize, Daven
port, auk 15
oir-arcs wn 16th place prize, Daven
port, auk- 15
Stearn won 17th plaee prize, Daven
port, auk 15.
tesros won Stth place prize, Daven
port, Aug. 15.
1709 Second avenue, Rock Island. j
Ti'e poMtivelv have
tbe most recent scien
tific dio very for 'he
pal lesw and bsrmles
eztractl.ii of teeth.
We can save 9b per cent of the teeth that others extract.
We restore discolored teeth to their natural colcr. We
give yon a guarantee in writing for five years on all
work. We do not resort to using cheap material to
give following low prices. No charges for extracting
when plates are orderod.
1 1 LUNG 50c
FILLING $1.00 8nd UP
22 KT. BEST GOLD
CROWN $2,50 d
BRIDGE WORK TER
FULL SilT OK
TEETH $6.00 alnp
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors.
Office Over 17. Treason's Son's, Corner Seventeenth
St. and Third Ave.f Rock I si And,
DISTINGUISHED MEN AEE TO SPEAK
Stevenson, O'Oonnell, Todd,
Perry and Cannon to be
has been generous with
to relieve the safferers
stricken city. Darin the
quantities of food ani
Lift at the
citv hall ana at the Kjck
Adlai E- Stevenson, ex-vice
dent of the United States, and
date for the vice presidency on the
democratic ticket, will arrive in R ck
Island Saturday morning at 11:30
over the Rock Inland & Peoria rail-
I way, accompanied by Hon. J. F
O'Donntll. candidate for secret arv of
state. The visitors will be met
by a rectption committee from
the Brvan and "Stevenson Anti-Lu-
I perialistic club and escorted to their
hotel, and after lunch will be driven
to the democratic picnic grounds on
the Harper and Robinson tract a
Thirtv-third street, where both Mr
Stevenson and Mr. O'Donnell. probi-
blv. will deliver addresses in the af
ine coming ol Mr. Stevenson is
awated with interest by people ail
over the county, who are expected to
flock to the city in large crowds to
heir his discussion of tae vital issue-.
that are now tefore tho American peo
ple lor settlement at the ballot box in
November. The raiiroaas nave of
fereJ a reauced rate from all points
within a radius nf :a) miles of the citv.
and tbero are advices that there will
be man v visitors from adjoining coun
The picnic will tufk tho formal
opening of the campaign in Rock Isl
and county. With favorable weather
one of the largest outpourings of peo
pie ever at a political gathering here l
anticipated. In the even'ng there w U
be addresses by Hon. James Todd.
Island road's freight office.
The Helpers' circle of the
Daughters contributed $100, forward
mg it to uaiveston toaay.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
C. E. Adams is back from
Mrs. H. II. Hosley is visiting in
Mrs. George Rogers Is visiting her
old home at Canton, 111.
Mrs. Louis Glockhoff and son are
o a-visit 13 MuwauRee. -
Mrs. Jtmes Hubbtdl. of Keokuk, is
visiting with friends here.
Mayor William McConochie is in
Juliet on business today.
Mrs. C. D. Darrah, of Florence Sta
tion, has been visiting in the city.
Mrs. Charlotte Vjgele has returned
from a "-month1 visit in Giles hurt;.
Mr. William Utt and Mi-sea Eliaka
and Mary Parker visited in Clinton
Mr. A. L. Masterson. of St Louis.
is visiting at the home of J. F. Van
Mrs. Lucille Christy, of Kingfisher.
Okl. , is visiting hsr uncle, M. W.
Mrs. John L'llemeyer is attending
the street fair in progress this week at
Mrs. Marvin Beardsley and Miss
Annie Boehler have returned after a
3 -weeks' visit in Cbietiro.
Mrs. J. P. McCafferv and little
daughter, from Galesburg, are visit
ing with Mrs. C. Voele.
Grant Hultberg leaves in a few days
fur Dei Moines to take up the study
candidate lor attorney general or li.l-lot law at Drake university.
nois; non. timer ferry, canai- .Tu0Ve W. II. Gest went to Havana.
aate ior lieutenant covernor, ana t 1 tn,iw tn Bn.nrl tho funnml nf his
rion. Ai . itannon, ol Chicago, all Uister, Mrs. Mary Smedley
of Intelligenly presenting the politi
cal questions ot the day.
rollt lea. I I'olnts.
The Brvan and S'e cusou Auti-Im.
nerialistic club meets tonight at its
quarters on I'hird avenue.
J here was a meeting of republicans
of the Fourth ward Iat nisrht. There
were enough on hand to effect an or
ganisation, of which E D Siveeney
was elected president, II M. Mc-Cas-
krin and W. B. Roberts vice presidents.
t. J. Kinney secretary, and C. A
Spencer treasurer. W. B Roberts
and Walter Ro3entield evidently the
strongest men in the bunchy accord
ing to tne t mon were aDpoiniea "a
committee to s-l-ct a location and
rai-e a 40-fo't llajr "
The Sixth ward Republican club is
! to have a celebration tomorrow night
at its headnuartTs on Twenty-ninth
street. II. A. Hell, of this citv, and
W. A. Meese, of Moline, are announc
ed as the speakers.
Uavtnport has word that leddy
Roosevelt will be in that city Oct. r.
the date announced for bis appear
ance here Local republicans are brj;in-
nine to believe their early fears th t
the cowooy vice presidential candi
date will simply brush by and umi'fc
on tbem. It looks now as though
Davenport will have all the blow out.
CROWING TOO LARGE.
The following, offered by Supervisor
lonovan, was adopted by the countv
Whereas. It has come to the notice
of the board of uperviors that the
constable fees in Rock I-land county
are becoming very large.
therefore be it resolved. That here
after the board of uperviors of Rock
liiand county will not piy any city
marshal police officer or any other
peace officer, who is receiving a salary
irom any municipality or of this
county, for their services for serving
warrants or other process in criminal
caes. or cases of vasrrancv.
Be It furtner resolved. That the bill
of constable- for services in criminal
cases must he indorsed bv certihcate
Charles McIIuh, of Lafayette. Iud ,
who has been visiting relatives, left
last night for Kansas City.
Miss Jennie Baker, of Geueseo, re-
turned borne today after a visit with
Dr. and Mis. W. T Magill.
Mrs. John O-tborn was called to
Genesco this morning by the illness of
her niece, Mrs. V. C Kohler.
Dr. J. S Dctu and family hiv left
for the vicinity of Waterloo. Iowa
where tho doctor will practice bis profession.
Miss ll'euer irave a very pleasant
farewell party to about twenty c uples
of her fiiends last evecino- at the
Watch Tower. '
Miss Josephine Beck, of Webter
City. Iowa, who has been visiting at
th home of F. J. Math, left forBedrds-
town this morning.
Mrs. C I. "sbornu. who has been
vii-itmg with the family of vv . A
Hubbard, departed for her home at
Sbatraon. III., today.
Sirs. S P. Henderson and children
have gone to New "York, where they
will spend a eeanou in the Catsklil
mountains for the formers health.
Miss Ernestine McNevln arrived
fco'uc last nibt from a S-months
viit among the northern and princi
pil eastern seashore summer resorts
John S. Lambert, of Milan, and
Miss Josephine Ubde, of Rock Island,
were united in marriage last evening
at the home of Rev. John E. Palmer,
east of Milan.
Rev. E. H. Young is home for a visit
it h his pareuts. Mr. and Mrs. M. J
Young. Rev. Young, who graduated
last June from Berkeley seminarv.
Middletown, Conn., has accepted an
appointment a- curate in Grace Epis
c jpal pansn, rtew l ork Citv.
LADIES AT THE FINALS
Closing Rounds for Possession of
Golf Prizes are on at Rock
' Island Arsenal.
INTEEESTTN3 MATCHES YESTERDAY
Misses Nott and Van Patten Rivals
for the Championship
About one hundred and fifty spec
tators went to the Rock Island Arsen
al golf grounds yesterday to witness
the fceoii-tinal matches In the woman's
championship tournament. At first
each of the pairs play ing had an ia
terested gallery of followers, but as
the afternoon wore on, the match be
tween Mrs. W. H Martin and Miss
Nott proved to be the drawing card
It is doubtful if a more closely con
tested game has ever been played on
the island cour-e.
Going out. the superior accuracy of
Mrs. Martin's short game gave her the
lead; on tho return journey Miss
Noit's play improved, and at tec 17th
note she wan even up with her oppo
nent. The 18th bole was halved in
5 each, perfect golf, and an -xtra hole
was ne--esrarv tj decide the match
l the 19th hole excellent golf on the
part of both players agmn itfrulten in
a half in six. aud the p ir, amidst the
plaudits of the spectators, proceeded
to the 20th tee. Piaving this hole
Mrs. Martin's approaen stroko was
"horuand for ball fell into the bunker
guarding the green. After several at-
tempts she plated it out only to have
it accidentally stopped by her caddie.
Under the rules tbn cost her the hole
aud with it the match. She cordially
congratulated Miss Nott upon the vie
tory; after whioh both the winner
and loser were impartially congratu
lated bv the spectators on the superb
game they had placed.
Fratares of tbe Usmr.
Features of the game were the uni
formly accurate putting by Mrs. Mar
tin aud several excetionally long
drives by Mhs Nott Especially no
table among the latter was one of 160
yards at tbe 17th teo
Ihe other pair striving ior cham
pionship b"iiors was Mrs. W. A. Allen
and Mi-.s Van Patten. After a very
Interesting match, tho latter was vic-
toi ious by a score of three up and two
to r!av. Miss Van Patten is nlavinsr
4 - I )
tho final match cf the tournament this
alterno-m with Miss ?utl as Her op
J-or tho consolation cup Mi a Kuh
nen defeated virs George W. Cablo,
Jr . seven up. nix to play, aud Mrs
t G. Alien beat Mrs Cady nve up.
four to play. Mrs. Allen and Miss
Kubnen are playin; off for the final
possession of the prize this afternoon.
KNIFE DRAWN IN A FIGHT.
Might just as well be at
. traoVive and stylish as com
fortable and durable, don't
you think.? Well we have
all three excellencies com
bined: in the Ameritrau Girl,
ladies' shoe, which is just
as remarkable for Its price,
$2 50. Every shod we
have in stock was made by
a reliable house, emp'oylng
reliable workmen and using
reliable materials, which
makes the Amerioan flrl
a reliable shoe. We have them in ail styles, sizes and
widths. Every pair the same price, f 2.50.
Ladies Ask to See the Ameri
can Girl Shoe.
OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS.
GEO. F. SCHMALE, PROP.
1705 Second Avenue.
. s . .ri! A v.
The stage of water at tno bridge at
b a. m. was . o aud at noon it was
3 t5. The temperature at noon was
Bats down, Verne Swain, Mac
with barge, Everett, Lafavette Lamb
with barge. Isaac S'aples with 24
strings of lo?s. vvinona Horace H.
ot tne Mate s altoruey and justice ol and c. W. Cowles with 32 Btrinc of
logs and barge: up, Mac. Winona.
the peace belore whom tbe case was
tried; that tbe service has Uen meri
torious and the case disposed of.
Provided that no cost will be paid by
tbe county in cases of vagrancy.
Ihe supervisors are today attend
ing the fair atJo-lin.
Tbe senior class cf the high school
I at its first regular meeting yesterday
Hennepin, Verne Swain. J. W. Van
Sant, Lvdia Van Sant and Everett.
T. M. C. A Mrd.li
Au international oxidize 1 silver
medal has been deceived at the Y. M
C. A. to be awarded to the winner of
the athletic contents at the formal
opening of the gymnasium on the even-
afternoon elected tbe following officers in " of cU ,5 aQd 1G- The banner to go
for tbe ensuiog year: t0 tLe ,cam Wa--S In the series of
President Clyde Porter.
Vice President Z e Bernhardi.
Secretary Hugh Reticker.
Treasurer Lloyd Lampherc.
Licensed to Wed. .
Jho Limbfi ... Milan
)s J osvblce I bde Hock Isisod
basketball games is also on cxhlbl
tion. It is of silk, in the association
colors of black and yellow, and is
trimmed with gold braid.
David City. Neb., April 1. 1900.
Genesee Pure Food company, Le Roy,
. Y. Oentlemen: 1 must sav in
regard to Grain-O that there is noth-""
ing better or healthier. We have
ued it for vears. Mv brother was a
great coCTee drinker. He was taken
sick and the doctor said coffee was the
cause of it, and told uto use Grain'
O. We rrot a package, but did not
like it at first, but now we would not
be without it. My brother has been
well ever since we started to use it.
Yours truly. Liixrx Sochok.
Ideal Summer Tours.
The ideal rente for summer tourist
travel is the Grand Trunk Railway
system reaching directly all the
most popular lake, river, mountain
and seashore resorts of the east.
Full particulars and copies of Sum
mer Tourist literature on application
to J. H. Burgbs, city passenger and
ticket agent, 219 Clark street, corner
Jackson boulevard. Chicago.
Bnt D7tstiders Interfere Before Any Se
rious Catting Is Done.
Two men, thought to be employed
at Rock Island arsena', about 5 o'clock
teste day afternoon met in the old
lumber yard on Fourth avenue and
Twenty fourth street, peeled their i
coats and proceeded to wade into one
another, evidently intent on settling
a sc re of long standing. Friends
stood near to seu that the fight wan on
the level. There was little fiddling.
It was irive and take as fast as each ,
could deliver tho goods. Bjth were
considerably pounded up and they
were becoming groggy, when one of
them, feeling he could not get satis-1
faction with his dukes, whipped out a i
pocketknife and male a wild dash at
his adversary, who, in warrtin off the
blow, receiven a bad cut In the band
At this juncture friends interfered
and ended the battle before more than
a bucKt or biooi naa neen spiiiea.
mere were no arrests.
We tire Showing More Styles Than We Can
Quickly Count In
it Tiousbis Soils
Our Fall Stock is now on the coiStera, ready for sale
and inspection. It is a feast for the eyo to see so
many nobby, new and 4ip-to-dato styles.
These Fabrics are Treated Artistically,
According to the Color or Pattern,
And tho result in all cases In beautiful aud satisfying
not only to the eye, but in tho wearing qualities.
Slender purses will tind just as rich pickings as those
people to whom price is no object, for our prices
range from $1.50 to $10 a suit, and unmatohable value
for your money at any price, and money baok If you
SOMfERS & LAVELLE.
1S02 Secocd Avenue.
Feklo Missionaries Here
Rev. aad Mr. Alexander M. Cun
ningham, missionaries of the Presby
terian church at fekin, obioa, now
enjoying a iurlugb in this country,
are the gue-t sof Dr. Robert G. Pearce,
izi riintaeentb street Ihcy will re
main until Friday noon, and arrange
ments have been made to bear tbem
spenk at the Broadway fresbyterlan
cnurcb at 10 a. m. rriuay. it is a I
rare opportunity to hear of the con
dition of affairs in China from those
who have lived and labored there.
10' i cti
-J I 7" V
oven in September, a light
fail overcoat is frequently
very comfortable in Octo
ber, almost always. Don't
order cloth cut into before
you see our latest novelties
in Raglans, Surtouts, Pad
docks and other leaders for
tbe autumn and winter of
1000-1. Of course, cut and
lit must match material and
handiwork here they do.
Bmken In Health gid Hind.
R-mI J. McDonald, the stree. fair
promoter, broken physically and i
mentally, was yesterday removed
from St. Anthony's hospital to the
home of an aunt in Chicago. He has
been at the hospital here for months,
suffering with nervous prostration.
While nis physical condition has been
improved, his long illness has had its
effect on his mind, which tbe pbvsi-
cians say is a wreck and beyond the
skill of man to cure.
DORN, THE TAILOR.
1812 Second Avenue.
V mr-r- r t r- tit A TM7TDI TD- 1 . .
j wiv r m.riiMciiDuiw iiai returned
from Chicago, and is preparing an immense
display of up-ro date Millinery.
Watch this space for date.
Taken this month keeps you well
all summer. Greatest spring tonic
known. Rocky Mountain Tea, made
by Madison Medicine company. 35
cents. Ask your druggist.
Cnts and Braises (Jalcklj Healed
Chamberlain's Pain Bilm applied to
cut. bruise, burn, scald or like in-
urv will instantly allay tho pain and
will heal tho parts in less time than
any other treatment. Lnles3 the in- ;
nry is very severe it will not leave a
scar. I'ain Balm also cures rheuma
tism, sprains, swellings and lame
ne-s. For sale by all druggists.
CuCk. J3 1" O XX I .A. .
BsBTi toe ItJ Yw Haw Airrari B4
MILLINERY STORE. I
Corner Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue.