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THE AltGTJS, FRIDAY, MABCn 14, 1902.
"A Drop Of IoR
Just so, one inirch:isc at Shields Cash (Jrorery
makes tin; housewife think and ponder. The
more she thinks the more she wonders "why
she hadn't traded there before. For when
. hih quality, low price and courteous treat
ment an; the points in question, Shields stands
alone. Once a purchaser, always it purchaser.
Some "Good Things" For This Week:
Jlour, "Our Rest," per sack 97c
8 pounds Rolled Oat.s 25c
Uneolored Japan Tea, per pound 35c
2-1 b. can Rest Raking Powder.. 23c
Dr. Price's Raking Powder, per
Sehepp Cream Fruit Pudding', 3
. packages 2.'c
Fancy New Citron, per pound.. ITtC
10c Sack Salt 5c
Large Dried Apricots 12c
!Ncw Mince Meat. 3. packages... 15c
Koek Island and Davenport Corn,
per dozen 85c
Yeast Foam, per package 3c
8 bars Santa Clans Soul 25c
10c Wool Sump, 2 for 15c
10c Ivory Soap, 2 for 15c
Sapolio, 2 for 15c
Knameline, 2 for 15c
Gold Dust Washing Powder.... 17ic
2 packages WashFng Powder.... 5c
Toilet Soap, 25c kind 15c
Pure Rorax, per 1-pound pack
Holland Herring, per keg 85c
1 lb Salmon..
Canned Pens, ler dozen 85c
3-uoimd ran Reels 10c
Ralston Pancake Flour, 3 pack-
New Shredded Cocoanut, per -
pound 17 Vie.
Pint bottle Catsup, 3 for 25c
20 pounds Pest Granulated
15-pound pail Jelly, jer pail..... 37c
Salt Herring, ier dozen 20c
Smoking tobacco, per pound.... 20c
Chewing tobacco, per pound.... 25c
Star Tobacco, per pound 45c
Horse Shoe Tobacco, per pound 45c
Wetm'ore's Best Tobacco, pound 45c
New Buckwheat, 10-pound sack. 30c
New Dried Peaches, 3 pounds.. 25c
Itiena, 2 packages 15c
Com Starch, per package 5c
Green Gages, per can Sc, 2 for.. 15c
V-gS Plums, per can 8c, 2 for.... 15c
Peaches, per can 10c
Pears, per can 10c
Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce,
per can 5c
,2532 Fifth Avenue
showing the nobbiest
up to date
Ever shown ih this city.
All styles in Stetson and
Guyer make two best
makers of hefts in this
Plenty of new .negli
ALL STRONG MEN
Democrats Nominate Aldermanic
Candidates Who Should
CAUCUSES ARE WELL ATTENDED
Ielcgates Named to Tomorrow Kveiv
ing'M Convent ion at Tur
F. W. BLOCHLINGKi:
. .ch.i;li:s a. naab
OTTO II. Ml ItKKL
. C. XV. IIOKTOX
WILLIAM Tit K IV,
....('. C. WILSON
be tilled by city
YOU ' KNOW US.
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i nese were I lie, cii utliua tes nomin
ated for aldt-rincn by the democrats
at their ward caucuses last uiirht.
The meetings were all well attended
and that harinoliy and good reeling
so essential to success on election dav
were everywhere manifest. The men
nominated need no introduction eith
er to tne voters or their respective
ward or the people generally of the
city. All are known as straight for
ward, progressive men men of the
type that is needed to give. the peo
ple fair and intelligent rcpreseiitnt ion
in the municipal assemblv.
Who ItoleicHtm Are.
The delegates selected to tomor
row evening's city-township conven
tion at Turner hall are as follows:
First ward Charles Smith. Nicholas
Nold, George Kale, George Freestone,
Daniel McKinney, Datid Witt. KoImtI
Beck, John Seebrandt, John lloltz-
liamuier, Martin Weinberger, William
Kwert, George Simpson.
Second ward H. W. Ward. William
Kinner. A. Butler, P. Mnrrin. William
Ininavln, George Barker. Joseh
Winkler, Thomas Byrnes. K. C. Berry,
lames "O'Connor, John P. Sexton, (ialt
Graham. Oscar Barth. William O'Neill.
'Third ward .1. F. Kgnn. John
Nooiiau. 1. J. Lee, J. W. Cnrkrn, M.
T. Free, George Nold. Otto ilerkert.
M. M. ISriggs. K. F. Hellpeiistcll. .1. A.
I.ogsdon. .Iiieib Anthony. T. F. Burke,
John Schlemmer. Arthur Burrall, Wal
ter IWirker, John Mclfiigh. Fr:-d Burt,
C. (i. I'inkerton. Clarence Skinner.
Fourth ward J. XV. Linn. J. K. F.l-
liott. S. It. Kenworlhy. lr. J. 1. Coin-;
eirys. It. S. Si!is. J. A. Burn, C. .1.
lohnsoti. J. I. Sexton. I'd Kinney, C.
(I. Waldiuan. V. C. K ev.
Fifth ward J. XV. Welch. J. XV.
Cavanaiirh. George l'mple. 'T. A.
Pender, II. I. Win-elan. Joseph Free.
David Fitzgerald. C. P. Stainiuhar.
Otto Vis, J. P. Looney, Mike .Mint.
Char'n, Widden. J. I. Ifcdly. ...
Sixth ward 11. I. Klwell. Pierce
Keane. Frank Mtenan. J. W. Snit.er.
Herman Det jens. John Dindinger. G. 11.
Wright. Cornelius Meeiinn. M. Bour-
au. F. XV. Calkins. F. .1. F.ntler. Al
bert Burton. C. A. Huckstaedt. I-rank
Coeckcl. KJ Helterle.
Seventh ward Ferdinand I'.ien. J.
XV. Lawhead. M. Bulger. William
Reals. J. K. Larkin. C. Christenseii,
Albert Sehofer. Miles McKiniiey, Aug
ust Hansen, l-.d Ward. Joseph Kerr,
'hris Gannon, J. Swisher.
In the Klrot Ward.
In the First ward Henry Borrell
ailed the meeting to order and Bol-
ert Beck was chosen chairman an;:
Valentine Nold secretary. Frauk W.
Bloehlingcr was nominated for alder
man by acclamation, no other nom
ination lieing made. I'pon motion Ihe
chairman apointed Charles Smith
Daniel McKinnev and John lloltz-
hammer a eoimuittee to select dele
gates to the city-township convention.
The list presented was adopted by
acclamation. David Beiswjnger was
indorsed for township colleclor. On
the call for nominations for ward
committeemen the names of Henry
Borrell. A. Bush and Itobert Beck
were present! for the first precinct
and Charles Smith and (Jeorge Simp
son from the second. Mr. Beck with
drew and the other four were elected
bv acclamation. . The appointment
f a chairman of the delegation was
left with that body.
In the Second Ward.
John Dniher called the caucus to
order in the Second ward. K. t . ler
ry was chosen chairman and Thomas
Byrnes, secretary. C. A. Naab was
unanimously nominated for alderman.
The chair, upon motion, appointed as
a committee to select delegates. C. A.
Naah. James O'Connor and William
Kinner. The report was adopted.
William Dnnavin and John CampWlI
from the first precinct, and H. V.
Ward and William O'Neill from the
second precinct were chosen by bal
lot ns ward committeemen.
In the Third Ward.
M. M. Briggs called to order in , the
Third ward. J. F. Kgan was elected
chairman and K. F. Helpenstell secre
tary. Otto II. Birkel was nominated
for alderman by acclamation. The
committee , to appoint delegates to
the eity-towr.ship convention was
composed -of J. A. Logsden. M. T.
Free, (Jeorge W. Henry. Daniel Cork
en and Otto Ilerkert. The list report
ed was approved. The ward coinmit
teenven chosen for the first precinct
were. Arthur Burrall and George XV.
Henry;' from the second John Sher
woo: 1 and M. T. Free, and from the
third C.ns Bergsten and Fred Burt.
George XV. Henry was indorsed for as
In the Fourth Ward. -
The Fourth ward caucus was held
at 1he Commercial hotel. .1. P. Sex
ton waa elected chairman and J. K.
Elliott secretary. C. XV. Horton was
A JOHN DEERE VASE
Court Yard to Have Memorial to
Pioneer Moline Manufacturer.
nominated for alderman and there
being no opposition he was unani
inouslv chosen. The following were
elected on the - ward committee
First precinct, J. P. Sexton, C. .1
,Iohnson;-sec.oiid precinct. It. S. Silvis,
I. XV. -Linn.
In the JlftU Ward.
I. I. Dollv was chairman and Ives
Hon re secretary in the Fifth ward
WilHam Trefz received the aldermanic SON IS TO BEAR THE COST
nomination on Ihe tirst ballot, there
In'iiig scattering votes for several
others whose names had Iteeu placed! To
before the caucus. Mr. Trefz was
thereupon made the unanimous
choice. The delegates were chosen
by a committee composed of Joseph
i .M j-Miiit-K ieif;ei i-tuerm train lias made an ausnie
Kmpke. Ihe ward committee named Nous ttcginiiing in the decoration atid
is: Urst precinct, John r.iniiegun. improvement of t he court house yard
George kmpke; second precinct, in accordance with the authority
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' "r uviiri. w. - mi nun i . irrn u leo mm ov ti uniri nf uiinwriw.
lliere were Krter talks nwelling on ors at t lie last meet inr. One dav not
the excellent democratic prosiects in louir airo he w:is tnlUiiwr wltli i' II
Be MHleIeU Alter the
Vase Other Improvements.
the ward and throughout the city by
J. V. Welch. T. A. IVnder ami J. P.
In the Sixth Ward.
(Maries A. Wilson was the unani
mous choice of Ihe Sixth ward dem
ocrats for alderman. Ihe caucus
was presided over "by (T. II. Wright, J.
F. Dindinger serving as secretary
Fierce Keane, Frank (ioeckel, II. D.
I'lwell, F. W. Calkins and Cornelius
Median comjxmed the committee ap-
pointed'to select the delegates. The
following were elected ward commit
teemen: First precinct, ti. II. Wright,
.Ni. Bourdeait: second precinct. Frank
Meenan, H. D. Klwell.
In the Seventh Ward-
It was decideil to leave. the selection
of a candidate for alderman in the
Seventh ward to the city committee
The caucus was presided over by M.
Bulger. J. V.. Larkin officiating as
secretary. I . ( hristensen". W. v.. Heals
and Ferdinand Bein were named a
committee to select the eon ven thin
delegates. For ward committeemen
the following were appointed: First
precinct, I-M Ward. Paul l'.ark; see
ond 4reeinct. J. XV. Lawhead, J. K.
Larkin; third precinct, W. K. Beal-
Deere, of Moline. when the question
oi i ue court House grauiKIs was rais
ed. The sheriff remarked lliat there
ought to be another vase similar to
Ihe S. B. Cobb 'memorial vase which
is on the north side of the east walk,
opposite it, on the south side, and
added that one lien ring the name of
John Deere would be equally appro
Sod to Honor Father.
Mr. Deere was favorably
struck with the idea of thus honoring
his father, and after a few minutes'
conversation he gave Mr. Crallc au
thority to have the vase put in place.
'The Cobb vase, which the new one
will be modeled after, is of iron, elab
orately ornamented, and cost $:5lKl.
C. I). Traphagen. of Lincoln, Neb.,
arrived m the city this morning.
Key. KJdy McOinber. of Taylor
ltidge, was in Bock Island yesterday.
Stephen Fitgerald. of Sioux City,
was culling on Bock Island friends
A. M. Bruner left for Osceola, Iowa,
to attend a Y. M. C. A., conference at
II. It. (iriswold, commercial agent
of the Vaudalia line at Peoria, is reg
istered at the Harper house.
Miss lila Anderson, who has leen
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Streepur, left f;r her home at Tyrone,
Penn.. at noon today.
Mrs. Chapman, who has been visit
ing with Mr. and, Mrs. S. N. Baird.. de
parted for Chicago this morning, at
mpaiiied by Mrs. and Miss l'.aird.
who will be gone for a short time.
Itev. P. Ilealy. a Paulist missionary
from New York city, who has been
isiiing willi his cousin. Itev. J. F.
Lockney. departed this morning for
New Orleans, where he will take up
the work to which he has been con
Services I-arcHy Attended.
Itev. J. F. Jamieson, who is con
ducting the revival services at the
I'nited Presbyterian church, is prov
ing himself a man of great power of
persuasion, as we-11 as a true expon
ent of the gospel. Ihe meetings are
In'ing more largely attended . each
night. The subject for this evening
will be "Paul's Plea for Onesimus."
ARK ALL. Sl'I.r:NI)II 31 EX.
IMmoerats I'lrk Hlitlit Kind of Material for
' Aldermanic Candidate.
Ihe democratic party is to lie con
gratulated on the inaTie-up of its al-
iermanie ticket. It is a sure winner
f those -of the party will but do their
lutv April -1. All are-amply qualified
for the position of aldermen, are men
f standing in the community and
an he trusted to faithfully perform
the duties of the office.
Frank W. Blochling.'r is one of thi
substantial men of the First ward.
having for years been employed ns
molder for the Itock Island Stove
company. Honorable ill his dealings.
he enjoys the respect ami confidence
VrH who know l:im, and the people
of the ward, irrespective of tlieir p-
litical beliefs, will be glad of the op
portunity to vote for him.
t harles A. Naab. the candidate in
the Second ward, is a son of a well-
known family, his father. Christian
Naab. haxing for years conducted a
meat market on Twelfth street
Charles is eseeially popular among
the younger element of his ward, ami
all down that way wlio want to see
new life ajid energy Introduced into
Ihe council can be deended upon to
see that it will be Aid. Naab after the
tirst of the coming month,
Otto 11. Birkel. the Third ward can
didate, is the superintendent of the
factory of the Itock Island Carriage
company. He enjoys on extensive ac
quaintance in the ward, is a property
owner and taxpayer, ami has those
oualificatioiis that make a first-class
The Fourth ward nominee. Chester
W. Horton, is proprietor of the wey-
known grocery on Twentieth street.
He is numbered among the successful
business men of the city, is popular
and capable, and would make an ideal
member of ihe council.
In the Fifth William.Trefz, one of
the proprietors of the City Kxpresn
line, is to make the aldermanic race.
and that he will win by a handsome
majority none will doubt, for Billy's
friends are legion in the ward, as they
are all over the city, ami it is with a
degree of unaffected satisfaction that
thev learn of his nomination, being
glad of the opportunity to send him
into the city official camp. Mr. Trefz
Si von v.-T- n n l oim f llie siihstan-l Stray Wheel.
tial men of his ward. Officer P.ergst en last evening found
t.. c:.i. ..-i. n v;i..,. a "live special incycie on Second av-
ii 1 nr '"' v.. ... , , . ..... . . . . .
His I en ue oeiween riiieenm ami Mixteentn
A down-town couple aired their
troubles before Magistrate Johnson
last evehing. The wife had caused
the arrest of her husband for creat
ing a disturbance aoout t lw home,
but when it came to applying the
remedies of the law to his case she
weakened and with the assistance
of the. magistrate a-eomplete recon
ciliation was effected.
The Moline high school boys won
both games of basketball from the
Itock Island high school at the In
dustrial hall in lhat city last even
ing. The score in the contest be
tween the tirst teams was ?Ai ro lfi
and between the second teams 13 to 9.
St. Jullenn Lone.
The St. .1 aliens, of Bock Island, and
the All Stars, of Moline, played a
game in the Allen alleys in Davenport
last evening, in which the All Stars
w on by a score of to 2, 2S1.
FIND THE BEST ONES' HERE
Our Special Spring offerings are con
ceded by all tp be the most extraor
dinary values ever offered in the
Furniture and Carpet lines. The
Cheapest article we have to sell is
good, has merit,is durably construct
ed and is worth more than the price
asked. If you have not yet attended
our sale come and see what this
Great House of bargains has to offer
With every $25.00 cash purchase
this week, we will give a handsome,
enlarged portrait, beautifully framed
Davenport Furniture Carpet Co.
123-125 West Third Street.
BOYS' AND LITTLE FELLOWS'
Our advance styles of Spring Suits are
new placed on sale. All tlie "best makes
and nobby cut garments can be found
lie re at popular prices.
Norfolk Jacket Suits,
Knee Pants 35c, 39c. 48c sxnd 50c.
SOMMERS & LAVELLE,
1804 Second avenue, Rock Island, 111.
207 West Second S treat, Davenport, Iowa.
streets, where it hail been left either
bv the owner or some one who hatl
I-eetU Faun Through.
B. Leeds, president of Ihe Kock
lTulon(l i-til TKibL-iiil 4 .. .1
account or i ........ , i-,t
Wednesday nipht in his private car.
lie is on a tour of the, road.
Hook Island arsenal machinist.
been nominated., Mr. Wilson is a
member of one of the first families of
Itock Island county, his parents beinp
pioneer settlers. Mr. Wilson is held
in the highest esteem bv allho know
him ns a model citizen, one who
would yive an excellent
himself as an alderman.
Sooth Kock Inland Ticket.
The democrats of South Itock Is
land held. one of the nuist largely at- I Tax Notice.
tended caucuses in the history of the Aaxes r e year 1901 are now
oartv nt the town hall last evening. due- Parties having personal taxes
(ieorge M. Lukens was made chairman I ,u "u rcu esiaxe vin piease mane
.n.l 1.ollmM .rroirv. .lohn "meuiie pajmenr. j.ne statutes m
I o.l ,
Simmons was nominated for town fj oi fimmiui ta.xea
MrL- I nwrP,..- Pai i.I,.., fr ....llpi-tc.r. re exacimg ana tne Jaw wm ue
(Seorgo.M. Lukans for assessor
William CllneWlI for highway com
missioner. i lie township committee
apxintcd is composed of l'hilip Din
gcldein. George M. Lukens and lleqry
tax- is not Paid within a reasonable
time. Office with S. S. Hull,
15, Mitchell & Lynde building.
WILLIAM J. ZfcIS,
. ItepahlloAn Conrentlon.
The clans of the republican party
will have a gathering at Turner hall
this evening for the purpose of rati
fying the men the machine has picked
out for the city-township offices.
I suffered for months from sore
throat. Kclectric Oil cured me in 24
hours." M. S. Gist, llawesville. Ky.
All the news
all the time The
Xo matter how long you have had
the cough; if il hasn't already devel
oped into consumption Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Rrrup will cure it.
of Hot Water
or domestic use, bathing-,
stock -fodder purposes, RmiU,.
,, original in Kield Colum-
etc, is afforded where wn Museum, tweago.
Hot -"Water or Steam System is
used, and at a cost of but a few
cents per day for fuel.
Channon, Perry & Co
IDEAL. Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators
..'.1 v'r --:- .-r .
Are not our bills. Oar bills are
small in proportion to quantity and
quality of work and material.
- No matter how small or' how large
Olve us a chance to bill it to Vou.
W. A. ROBB- &: CO.
119 Eighteenth Street.