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Didn' t get much, actual
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4. cuci your same Tiling wnu ui-auy ucticmio. mwi
you have paid your money, ' you wonder what re
i turns you have received. Not so with the .goods
you purchase at Shields' Cash Grocery. Fresh, Al
? groceries at prices which only right "buying, buy-i-
ing in large quantities and quick selling, can make
nnsi rl You do tiet a. return here for your money.
A little saved on every purchase amounts to a neat
sum at the end of a year. Won't let us save you
money? Read these prices:
Strictly Fresh Eggs 12ic per doz.
We are Sole Agents For Spurr's Coffee, the Best in the World
JO lbs. best granulated Sugar
Shield's best patent Flour,
Pride of Ottowana Flour
:: K Herring,
1 lbs. dried Peaches
Dried Apricots, best in city
money, 3 lbs
7'. lbs. Cal. Prunes,
1 lb. package baking soda
J lb. package cold water Starch "
s' bars Diamond C Soap
S bars Swift Pride Soap,
1 doz. boxes Parlor Matches
- Pkgs. Diamond Dust Washing
lb. can Baltimore Peach
:; lb. can C'al. Pears
for .' ....
In order to introduce our 35e
Olong Tea we will give one bote
of lemon or vanilla extract free
with every pound.
qt. bottle of unformented
grape juice for
New 'Phone 5217.
Old 'Phone 1217.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
return for your money v
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Large can Giant Lye,
12 bars Doll Soap
Peg. 10c Sack Salt
Ianck Honey drips syrup
French shoe Polish, reg. 10c
box, this sale. . . .
Chain Brand Asparagus tips,
. per can
New Pack Tomatoes per doz,
$1.18, per can
3 lb. can Pects, per can 10c, 3
3 lb. can l'hubarb, per can e 3
cans for '. ...
3 lb. can New England Baked
Beans, 3 cans for
2 lb. can Succotash, per
2 lb. can 'String Pears Sc can
2 cans for
3 lb. can R. I. Pumpkin, per can
10c, 3 cans for
1 lb. flat can Pink Salmon,
per can -
3 cans Assorted Soups,
2 lb. can Cornell Jlam
.per can . .
Our Japan Tea at 35c
will make a fine drink.
WIS THY TO MAKE THIS A
PLEASANT STORE FOR YOU
TO DROP INTO. DROP IN!
THERE IS LOTS TO SEE
HERE NEW SUITS, NEW
OVERCOATS. NEW HATS.NEW
S II HITS, NEW NECKWEAR,
N E V IS V E R Y T 1 r 1 N G FOR
MENS LOOKS AND COMFORT
REST. OF ALL ARE THE
NEW SUITS AND OVERCOATS
FROM L. ADLEli BROS."1 'CO.,
TniS CELEBRATED ROCHESTER-MADE
. READ Y-TO-WEA R, ,
FOR WHICH WE HAVE-EXCLUSIVE
SALE HERE. THIS
IS THE CLOTHING THAT
GIVES A MAN THE REPUTA
TION OF DEALING WITH
HIGH-PRICED TAILORS, YET
IT COSTS NO MORE THAN
INSPECTION WILL IMPRESS
YOU TRYING ON WILL CON
CALLED BY DEATH
Mrs. Ellen Buckley, a Pioneer
Resident, Expires This
COMPANION TOE 61 YEAES LEFT
Mrs. S. A. Liavanway, of This City,
is Dead at Chi
cago. One of the oldest of Rock Island's
citizens, and a pioneer -of the county.
passed away this morning in the per
son of Mrs. Cornelius Buckley, who
died at 1 a. 111. of the intirmit iox f
age at the family home, 2813 Sixth
Mrs. Buckley was 8S years of aire.
haying been born in Mallow, County
Cork, Ireland, m 1815. Her maiden
name was Miss Ellen Sullivan. Be
fore leaving her native land for Amer
ica, which slu did in 1848, she was
married to Mr. Bucklev. The fa mil v.
iffcer living about five years in the
cast, removed to this county, near
the Osborn poxtoflice, and "4 here re
sided. till nine years airo. when Hie
removal to this city was made.
Married 61 Yeara.
The aged husband, "who survives, is
now deprived of his partner for a
period greater than the life of the
iverage person. Mr. and Mrs. Buck
ley Feb. 11 of this year celebrated
their 61st wedding anniversary. The
husband is still in good health, though
bowed down in deepest sorrow by his
Of tlie nine children born to the
couple seven survive, three being sons
an ! four daughters. They are: Wil
liam and Cornelius Bucklev, .Ir., Mrs
urn r.nrigni, .Mrs. inarles Benson,
and Mrs. Margaret O'Connell. of this
city, P. II. Buckley of .loslin. and Sis
ter Vincentia, who is in a convent at
smc in per. r la. mere is also left an
aged sister, Mrs. Mary Lawless, of
Ihe funeral will take place at 9
o'clock Saturday morning from Sa
crc:l Heart church, with interment
at St. Marguerite's cemetery, Daven
Mrs. S. A Lavanway.
.nout ju o clock yesterday morn
ing at Chicago occurred the death of
Mrs. S. A. Lavanwav, who for the past
three years has been a resident o
this city. Her demise was due to i
complication of ailments which had
rendered her an invalid for a number
of years, and which led her to be tak
en to Chicago recently for treatment.
Her maiden name was Miss Sarah
Cantwell, and she was a native of
Michigan. Before removing to thi
city the family resided for a number
of years in Chicago, where the re
mams win ie mined. I Here arc no
children, the husband and a number
of brothers and sisters, the latter liv
ing at Battle Creek, Mich., being the
ONE OF SCHICK'S TEAMS
IN A LIVELY RUNAWAY
A heavy delivery wagon belonging
o the Schick Transfer company, of
Davenport, in use by J. IF. C. Peter
sen s Nms, was badly damaged this af
ternoon in a runaway starting at
Eighth avenue and Twentieth street
boy was driving and the team man
iged to get away from him. At
Sixth and Twentieth the team coltid
rd with a hydrant, the pin came out
f the double-tree and the liorsi
clashed on to Nineteenth, down to
Third avenue, minus the wagon. The
boy jumped before the collision and
escaped injury. Men working a
Third avenue stopped the team.
March 25 August Klebe to Frank
Rlackwell, ne' sw 14, 18, le, $3.0O0.
Margaret J. Nold to Frank M. Shin
strom, lot 5, block f, Thompson
Wells' add., Rock Island, if 1, 500.
Notice to Arnenal Kmployen
nd other TM-oplc. interested.
Washington Shirt, company's repre
sentative of Chicago is here with a
ample line of their exclusive fur
nishings. Popular prices. lour m-
pection is invited. You are not ask
ed to buy. We sell direct to consum
ers. At Hotel Harms, room IS, today
ami Friday. Open all evening.
A Remarkable Cane.
One of the most remarkable cases
of a cold deep-seated on the lungs,
causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs.
Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind., who
was entirely. cured by the use of One
Minute Cough Cure. She says: "Ihe
coughing and straining so weakened
me that I run down in weight from
148 to 92 pounds. I tried a number
of remedies to no avail until I used
One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles
of this wonderful remetly cured me
entirely of the cough, strengthened
my lungs and restored me to my nor
mal weight, health and strength."
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Riess drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
.What'a In a Nam.?
Everything is in the name when it
conies to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C.
DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered
some years ago how to make a salve
from witch hazel that is a specific for
piles. For blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles, eczema, cuts, burns,
bruises and all skin diseases DeWitt's
Salve has no equal. This has given
rise to numerous worthless counter
feits. ' Ask for DeWitt's th? genuine
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Riess drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh, street.--
J. S. Gilmore and daughter,
Claire Gilmore. are in Chicago.
Mrs. Mary H. Wadsworth has re-
turned from a trip to Hot Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Reeves returned
last night after a visit to Chicago and
Mrs. S. N. Baird and daughter. Miss
Baird, of Dubuque, spent the day in
Prof. E. L. Philbrook is in Chicago
attending a meeting of the super-
isors of music of central and north
Mrs. M. L. Johnson returned to her
home in Peoria this morning after a
risit of a couple of weeks with rela-
ives in Rock Island and Mobne.
Miss Jeannette Kraus, who has
been visiting at the home of Mrs. Abe
Resenfield, left for Chicago yester
day on her way to Columbus City,
Mrs. F. R. Harrington left Tuesday
afternoon for Gencseo, where she
will visit friends and relatives for a
period of 10 days before returning to
her home in this city.
'Addisou Rush and James Tittering-
ton were called to Edgington vester-1
day by the serious illness of J. "W.
IJoyd. one of the well-known resi
dents of the lower end of the county.
THE IOWA AND ILLINOIS
BANKERS TO MEET HERE
Fourteen of the members of the
Iowa and Illinois Bankers' associa
tions met in Rock Island on the 22nd
of this month, and were entertained
by tlie local members of the Illinoi
association at dinner at the Rock Isl
ind Club. Ihe joint annual meeting
of the Illinois and Iowa associations
will be held July 28 and 20 in Rock
Island and Ifcivenport.
A meeting of the Rock Island. Dav
enport and Moline bankers will be
held here in the near future at which
the local committees will be appoint
ed in whose charge the details of the
convention will be placed. The joint
convention means the presence of be
tween o(H and 400 strangers in the
tri-cities and hotel accommodations
will be taxed to the limit. The ofli
cers or tlie Illinois association are as
President Andrew Russell, of
Vice President William George, of
Secretary Frank 'P. .ludson, of Chi-
Treasurer H. C. Hamilton, of Gir
Chairman Executive Council E. I)
Durham, of Onarga.
ENTERED PLEA OF GUILTY
The live Cambridge bank robbers,
who past-ed through this city yester
day on their way to' the state s pris
on at Joliet, were convicted upon
their pleas of guilty before Judge
Gest Tuesday. Their case was taken
up Monday, but ( . K. Ladd, their at
torney, asked for time, ami after a
conference. ; Tuesday afternoon they
decided to plead guilty. 1 ney were
sentenced under the . indeterminate
law, but the nature of their crime will
not admit of their serving more than
GRACE LUTHERANS HAVE
RAISED CHURCH DEBT
The congregation of Grace Luther
an church, located on Forty-fourth
street, this city. Tuesday evening cel
ebrated the raising of the church
debt of some $5,000 with a jtrogram
of addresses, music and recitations.
It was announced during the evening
that the pastor. Rev. C. E. HotTsten
lias refused a call to the pastorate of
the Trinity church in Chicago, and
will remain in this city.
Only for Gentleman-
If you admire nice fitting garments,
trousers or spring overcoat, union
math, call on Greenberg, the tailor.
He does a large merchant tailoring
business, )ecause he pleases his cus
tomers in fitting a suit of clothes, and
he also gives plenty of time to pay
for them in. i ou can buy your
clothes on weekly or monthly pay
ments. Please give us an early call
and examine our large stock of wool
ens. We keep ojen evenings until S
o clock and also Sunday mornings
until noon. 207 Brady street, room 6,
up over the Postal Telegraph office,
Dancer of Cold and Grip.
The greatest danger from colds and
grip is their resulting in pneumonia
If reasonable. care is used, however.
and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tak
en, all danger will be avoided. Among
the tens of thousands who have used
this remedy for these diseases we have
yet to learn of a single case having
resulted in pneumonia, which shows
conclusively that it is a certain pre
ventive. of that dangerous disease. It
will cure a cold or an attack of the
e-rin in less time than any idher
treatment. It is pleasant and safe to
take. For sale by all druggists.
After I.a Grippe What?
Usually a hacking cough and a gen
eral feeling of weakness, often lead
ing to fatal results after the patient
is s-upposed to have passed the dan
ger point. Foley's Honey and Tar is
guaranteed-- to eure the "griPPe
cough and make you strong and
well. It never fails to stop a cough
if taken in time. Take no substitute.
- La grippe coughs yitld quickly to
the wonderful citrative qualities of
Foley's Honej' and Tar. There is
nothing else "just as good.". All drug-
guts. r -j.
JUry Decides Capt. JOhn btreCK-
fus Was Not Guilty as
JURISDICTION NOT ESTABLISHED
Witnesses Could Not Swear Slot
Machines Were Operated on
After two hours' deliberation yes
terday afternoon the jury in the case
of Capt. John Streckfus, indicted for
operating slot machines on his boats,
the J. S. and City of Winona, return
ed a verdict of not guilty. The case
was practically decided when the
court ruled Tuesday that the thread
of the stream must be taken as the
limit of the jurisdiction of the state
of Illinois in the case.
Several witnesses testified to hav
ing piayea tne macnines on iapt.
Streckfus boats while rnroute to and
from the cilics north of here last
season,' but no'rwitness was found
who' could testify to having played
them while the boat was landed on
the Illinois shore or even on the Illi
nois side of the channel. State's At
torney Weld prosecuted and Kenwor
Ihy & Kcnworthy conducted the de
fense. Saley Is Guilty
The jury in the Saley case, after a
short deliberation, brought in a .ver
dict of guilty yesterday afternoon at
4 o'clock. Under the laws of the
state, unless he is granted a new
trial, he will be sent to the state pen
itentiary under the indeterminate
sentence rule, the period varying from
one to lO years, according to ocna
vior. Saley, or Williams as he is
known, once before served a peniten
tiary sentence and the habit ual crim
inal clause will apply to him as soon
as he serves out his time for the pres
ent offense. The prisoner was once
a skilled workman at the Republic
Steel mills, earning $10 a day, and
owes, his dow nfall to liquor. He has
a number of relatives living in Moline,
where his crime was committed.
The case of the state vs. Hayes and
O'Connor is on trial today, the de
fendants being indicted by the recent
session of the" grand uirv ior gamo-
ling. The work of selecting a jury
has been' going on very slowly, many
challenges being made by the attor
neys in the case.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL SAID TO
BE COMING TO TRI-CITIES
A story is going the rounds of the
papers or tlie northern part of the
state to the effect that a movement
is on foot by which the tri-cities will
secure a branch or the Illinois ven
tral. The rumor involves a number
It is claimed that the Milwaukee is
endeavoring to enter into a deal with
the Illinois Central to secure the hit
ter's Madison and Dodgeville branch
es in Wisconsin and in return lor tne
lines is willing to give the ventral en
trance into the tri-cities from th
north over the lines on one side of
tin, river or the other. There is a
variation to the rumor which iias it
that the Milwaukee branch running
northwest out of Davenport is the
one involved in the reported deal.
If either of the lines reaching the
tri-cities is involved it is probably the
D.. R. I. &..X. W. Some people will
find it rather difficult, however, to
figure what use the Illinois Central
will have for a. line reaching the tri
cities from the north even if the
Burlington road, which owns the D..
R. 1. & X. W. jointly with the Milwau
kee, should give its consent to an ar
rangement that would give it another
competitor here without any return
for the concession.
L. B. STRAYER SUBMITS TO
AMPUTATION OF FINGER
L. B. Strayer, the dairyman of
Muith Rock Island, is recovering from
;i second operation upon the third
finger of his left hand injured by be-
ng crushed by a car door Feb. 2:5.
Mr. Strayer was on his way home
from New Orleans, where he visited
the Mardi Gras, at the time of the ac
cident. A lurch of the car threw his
hand against a door jamb ju.-t as the
brnkeman slammed the door. J he end
of the finger was crushed and the
member was amputated at the first
joint, the oiK-rathm taking place at
Belleville. III., where Mr. Strayer was
treated in a hospital. Upon his re
turn home symptoms of blood pois
oning developed and the finger had to
be cut off below the second joint.
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River forecast for
a. m.. Saturday,
4S hours ending
s a. m.. Saturday, .Marcn iyo.i:
Only slight changes will occur in the
Mississippi between Dubuque and
Davenport, though a rising teifdency
will probably continue.
Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man
a clear head, an active brain, a strong
vigorous body makes him fit for the
battle of life." " - ' ' " .
For tlie Spring:
Have Been Colossal
HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF THE MOST BEAUTI- $
FUL PATTERNS, THE MOST PLEASING COLORS COL- . J
ORS MADt, TO BLEND AND HARMONIZE W I T.U ANY
AND ALL INTERIOR DECORATIONS. WE HAVE SPAR-. i
El) NEITHER TIME NOR MONEY TO BRING TO 1AV-
ENPORT THE VERY BEST LINES IN WILTONS, WIL i
TON VELVETS, AXMINSTERS. BODY BRUSSELS AND
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CARPETS. ALL OF A QUALITY T
THAT WIS CAN GUARANTEE FOR DURABILITY. SEKV- S
ICE, WEAR. SOLD
A Mattnmoth Line of
Carpet Size R.ugs 5
AS WELL AS THE DIFFERENT SMALLER SIZES AN
ASSORTMENT CONTAINING ALL THAT IS NEW AND
DESIRABLE ALL STRICTLY lo:s PATTERNS, FRESH
FROM THE LOOMS BOUGHT DIRECT FROM Til IS
MILI.S. WIS TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING THIS
LINE. SEE THAT YOU SEE IT BEFORE BUYING YOUR
RUGS THIS SPRING YOU'LL FIND THE ASSORT
MENT AND PRICES IN OUR FAVOR. WE HAVE LOTS
OF MADE-UP - BORDERED RUGS WHICH ARE SOLD AT
LESS THAN THE COST OF THIS CARPET. THESE ARE
SNAPS WHICH ARE GOING LIVELY. BRING IX THIS
SIZE OF YOUR ROOM. SEE IF YOU CAN'T USE ONE.
213-215 West Third
rk n n H
MEX'S XOBBY SPRIXG SUITS ABSOLUTE PER
FECTION' IN TAILORING ALL THE NEWEST DE
SIGN'S IS STEIN-BLOCH SUITS ANI TOP COATS.
ALL THE CHOICE NOVELTIES FOR SPRING AND
CONFIRMATION WEAR A VAST VARIETY OF THIS
MOST PERFECTLY MADE GARMENTS FOR P.OYS OF
ALL ACES, AND PRICES THE VERY LOWEST, CON
SISTENT WITH QUALITY.
1801 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Brandenburg Millinery Store,
Corner Twentieth Street, and Fourth. Avenue.
'Phono Union Electric 0130.
New Wall Papers
25 Per Cent Discount.
As a sjH-cial inducement to begin your spring papering early, we offer
a discount of ONE QUARTER (25 per cent) during the month of
March, on all our new 1U03 Papers. Our complete line, beautiful and
artistic, is now here, and our force of competent paperhangers and
decorators is ready for work. We will be glad tf show you the
really new ideas in WALL PAPER and guarantee you the lowest
Adams WeJl Paper Co.,
H. W. WAR.D, Manager.
310-312-314 TWENTIETH STREET. ROCK ISLAND
PRICE REALLY BEUiW
St.. Davenport, Iowsl.
: : 207 W. Second St., Davenport
Every lady will appreciate our
large and complete stock of ready-to-wear
Hats, also the showing f natty
Trimmed Hats to wear, not next
month, but right now, from our own
workroom. These hats from our own
workroom we consider have better
style and more individuality than factory-made
hats, and the prices, if
anylliiiig. arc lower.
We also call special attention to
our veilings. The vogue now is in
wear the two veils, the beauty veil
and the drae. Come in and let us
show vou how to wear them.