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THJ3 AB6K0S, TnUHSDAY, OCTOBEB 1, 1903
over the lamp, it is now said, that set lire to Chicago and caused the
great conflagration. Whether this is true or not does not particular
ly interest people of Hock Island, but it is a fact that they are inter
ested in the "hot" prices which SHIELDS Cash Grocery is quoting
this week. Look over this list and see where you can make a saving
on every item. '
Shields' Hest Flour 1.03
19 lbs. best Granulated Su
10 cent sack salt
Commeal, per sack
Yeast Foam, per pkg
Dr. Price's Haking Powder,
Iiumford Daking l'owder,
2 oz. Lemon Extract, per
2 doz. best A. K. A. 1'. Jar
Kubbers for ..
10c Ivory Soap, 8c; 2 for...
Sapolio, 8c; 2 for
4-lb, pkg. Gold Du.-t, per
12 bars Soap
8 bars Diamond C Soap....
8 bars Santa Claus Soap
Cold Water Starch, per
7 cans Lye
Stove Polish, per cake
Blueing, per box
Hardwood Tooth Picks, per
1 doz. Parlor Matches, per
Hires Hoot Beer, per bot
tle Uncolored Japan Tea, per
Oolong Tea, per lb.
Java and Mocha Coffee, 28c
Shields' Cash Grocery
New 'Phone 5217.
Who go to the clothing
store and buy misfits by
buying small size men's
suits or overgrown
boys' suits, we have just
the right suit. They are
madefor young men,
have the snap and fit,
just the thing you are
looking for. They cost
you no more than ill-fitting
Price, $12 to $18
Young men, come to
us. All garments bought
of us kept in repair and
pressed free for 1 year.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
per lb., 4 lbs for $1.00
3 l ib. cans Salmon 25
3 10c can Syrups 25
2 Gold Label Mustard -Sardine
C cans Oil Sardine . ... .25
7 cans Baked Beans 25
3 cans Early June Peas....- .25
3 cans French Bed Kidney
3 cans Iiock Island Pump
2;lb. can Green Gages or
Egg Plums, per can 05
2-1 b. can Grated or Sliced
Pineapples, per can 12
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food,
per pkg 123
Malta Vita, Xorka Oats,
Cero-Fruito, Force, Vitos,
per pkg 12 Y,
Scrap Tobacco, per lb 25
Chewing Tobacco, per lb... .15
Clipper Tobacco, per lb 33
-lb. can Dried Beef, per
can . 10
1-lb. can Dried Beef, per
Ham, Veal, Beef Loaf, 3
cans for 25
-lb. can Corned Beef, per
Frosted Creams, Sweet
Hearts, Oatmeal Crack
ers, Mary Ann, Best Gin
ger Snaps, 3 lbs. for 25
Star Tobacco, per -lb 39
Old 'Phone 1217
HOUSE IS ROBBED
August Schatteman's Home on
Thiity-ninth Street Enter-
ed -Last Night.
$35 IS MOSEY 13 ' SECURED
Family Believed to Have Neglected
to Lioclc F"ront
The residence of August Sehatte
man, 1100 Thirty-ninth street, was
robbed during last night and $33 tak
en from the drawer of a dresser in the
front room. The money stolen con
sisted of five $3 and one $10 bills. The
thief left. the pocket book in the dress
er and decamped without disturbing
Mr. and Mrs. Schatteman are una
ble to say positively whether the
front door of the house was locked
before retiring for the night. The
theory of the police is that the door
was left unlocked, and someone fa
miliar with the premises walked in
when satisfied the family was asleep
and took the money.
Searching for Her Husband.
Elmer E. Carver, who disappeared
from his home at 611 Huron street,
Chicago, Sept. 14. is believed by his
wife to be iu the tri-cities. He is a
railrj)d switchman, and before leav
ing home was employed by the Chica
go & .Northwestern company. In a
letter to Chief Miller Mrs. Carver asks
that u search be made for her hus
band from whom she has had no word
since he left last month. With his wife
in Chicago there are two little chil
dren. She knows of no cause for his
FRIENDS SURPRISE MR.
DARBY ON HIS BIRTHDAY
Homer L. Darby, secretary of the
Tri-City Labor congress, attained his
47th year yesterday, and in the even
ing a company of 23 friends perpe
trated a neat surprise on him at hs
home, 1611 Second avenue. Mrs.
Darby had been let' in on the conspir
acy, and when the merry party
dropped in at 7 o'clock had a fine sui
per in readiness. After this had been
done 'justice to a season of music and
games was indulged in, a most enjoy
able evening being spent by all in at
tendance. SEVERE DRUBBING FOR
THE MONMOUTH ELEVEN
The Monmouth college football team
which played the University of Chi
cago on Marshall field, Chicago, yes
terday, did nut offer a great amount
of resistance to the big eleven. The
score run up by the big team was the
largest ever made by an aggregation
from that institution of learning, 10S.
Monmoiitli is weak this year, the high
school giving the college a close rub
theother day. The team went to Chica
go with the members feeling that they
were going to the slaughter and the
game was played out in the same
The well-known Princeton Tigers,
the football eleven that played iji this
city a couple of seasons back, has not
been reorganized this fall. The rea
son given is that the town has voted
to go dry and the football team has
been supported mainly by the saloon
Following are the scores made in
practice games by the big elevens
Yale, 19; Tufts. 0.
Brown, 23; Colby, 0.
Pennsylvania, 17; Franklin and Mar
Lehigh university, 40; Manhattan
Harvard, 24; Howdoin, 0.
Iowa, 16; Coe, 0.
Princeton, 34; Swathmore, 0.
Cornell (Ithaca), 26; Alfred college,
University of ' Chicago, 10S; Mon
mouth college, 0.
Minnesota, 112; McAllister college,
If Like Thin.
The ; Hankers' Life Insurance com
pany, of New York City, agrees to
deliver a 5 per cent interest-bearing
lnd to you if you live 20 years, or if
you die before, immediately at your
death, without anj- deduction for fur
ther installments. You buy them on
annual, semi-annual or quarterly pay
ments. These bonds yield 5 per cent
yearly for 20 years, when the princi
pal is paid to the holder of the bonds,
or when the contract becomes a claim,
the company will purchase the bonds
from you if you desire to sell, giving
you $1,236 for each $1.000. bond. The
best there is. See about it. F, E. I.am
phere, district manager, Mitchell &
Ilroke Into Ilia Honne.
S. Le Quinn, of Cavendish. Vt., was
robbed! of his customary health by in
vasion of chronic constipation. When
Dr. King's New Life Tills broke into
his house his trouble was arrested and
how he's entirely cured. They're guar
anteed to cure. 25 cents, at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
rer Auk Advice.
When you have a cough or cold
don't ask what is good for it and get
some medicine with little or no merit
and perhaps dangerous. Ask for" Foley's.-
Honey and Tar, the greatest
throat and lung remedy; it cures
eoxighs and colds quickly. All drug
gists. .. , , ... . -
Senator L. S. McCabeJs in Spring
field. . ' . '
' Miss Minnie Dressen, of St. Louis,
is. visiting in the city.
J. F. McKibben, of Muscatine, was
in the city yesterday. "
Mr. and Mrs. E. S.Koseberry, of In
dianapolis, are visiting Mr, and Mrs.
II. L. Darby, 1611ASecond avenue. '.
(Juy Wbeaton, or the past year lo
cated' at Seattle, Wash., has returned
and will open a law office in Rock Isl
and. George Chilton, of Montreal, Can
ada, and Edward Cadman, of Chicago,
were in the city today greeting old
friends. They left this afternoon for
Kev. and "Mrs, .T. ""Wellington FrLz
zelle returned last evening from Mon
mouth. Uev. FrizzcIIe has about re
covered from the illness that overtook
him while attending the district Meth
odist conference last week, but abso
lute rest and quiet has. been prescrib
ed for him by his physician, and he
will be unable to sec friends for the
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper H. S. Hooker. Gales
burg; W. L. Wolfe, Pittsburg. Pa.; II.
F, .Xewburger, Philadelphia; A. .1.
liaumhorfner, Williamsburg; 1). L.
Casper, New York; F. N. Kendall, Chi
cago; .7. T. Manon; Fred II. Hand,
Cambridge; Ed Sinnock, Newark. N.
J.; E. Eichelbcrger, Chicago; A. Eld
ridge, Hoston; .7. A. Smith, St. Louis;
C. E. P.linn, Chicago; .1. 15. Day, Chi
cago; II. L. Smith, Clinton; C. A. .Ion
son. Kockford; A. T. Dlakc, New
York; J. W. Leaky, Chicago; C. W.
Fredenburg, Chicago; .1. Nelson, St.
Louis; E. K. McDermott, Chicago; W.
O. Hitchcock, Peoria; S. A. 1). Farr,
Aledo; .1. M. Dilliou, New York; N. C.
Itentinger, New York; K. D. Wolfe,
Davenport. Iowa; W. . Ilyan, New
York; I. II. McWillianis, Waterloo;
Thomas De Laney, New York; W. G.
Mennemyed, ljock Island; A. Hoff
man and wife, Muscatine; Miss .7.
Montgomery, Chicago; C. .1. Crosnar,
Springfield; Miss M. Heath. Chicago;
Miss Hose Evans, Chicago; W. A. Kiis
co. Chicago; J.. AY. 1'recfu, Chicago;
F. Lobdel, Chicago. '
At the Harms (European) H. L.
Middleton. St. Louis; N. E. Senibb,
Law rcneeburjr; .7. L. De HtilT Chica
go; A. G. Anderson, Chicago; .1. Ea
ton, Kockford; A. llruchl. Toledo; F.
.Jones. Toledo; W, C. Strauss, Chica
go; S. Gottlieb, P.altimore; C. II.
Spcers, Cedar ISapids; .1. C. Erving.
St. Paul; A. C. Moses, Chicago; M. A.
Scholhe, Chieagn; G. A. Miller, Peo
ria; W. H. Hloomer, Chicago; George
11. Maker, Chicago; G. L. Smith, Oma
ha; E. Logan, Chicago; I!. Siegmund,
Chicago; E. O. Franty, Chicago; Al
bert l.orrain. St. Louis; F. H. Gordon,
Chicago; H. K'. O'Drien. Chicago;
Charles .lohuson, Minneapolis; Dave
Gibbons, Chicago; 1. L. Ferguson.
New York; A. V'. Uerryhill, New York;
17. E. Gibbon.d. Dloomington; II. Gu
genheimer, PufTalo; D. C. Davis, Peo
ria; W. lirown, Dubuque; .lohn Hall,
Chicago; S. P. McDowell, Uloominir
ton; K. A. .Grafton, Chicago; Mrs. H.
A. West man, Iowa City. Iowa; .7. M.
Wilson. Chicago; A. C. Morgan, To
ledo; C. C. Moore, Peoria; A. C. Wit
At the Kock Island W. .7. Owens,
Utica, N. Y.; .7. T. Helgren, Omaha;
F. 1). Scribner. Clinton; T. M. Yan
Horn, Indianapolis; D. Zimmerman,
Cordova; G. W. Prink, Cordova; A.
Garvey, Davenport; A. F. Hrady, St.
Louis; 1). M. Yanefom, Kock Island;
IV-1). Pabcock, Chicago; Mrs. P. II.
O'Brien. Davenport; S. H. McMillan,
Monmouth, 111.; T. M. Bailey, Iloly
oke, Mass.: W. E. Page, Kansas City;
M. II. Black, Hampton; E. H. Lancles,
Dubuque; William Strohmeier, Anda
lusia; C. Malcolm, Cambridge; K. Bas
kerville, Detroit; John F. Wide. New
York; .7. K. Pitney, Peoria; A. I!.
Frit., Freeport; IF. J. Main. Gales
burg, 111.; .11. S. Hanser, Kansas City;
Joe Sehafer, Jr., New York; Lou Sil
ver, New York."
Sealed proposals will be received at
the head office, Modern Woodmen of
America, until Thursday, Oct. 13, 1903,
at 3 o'clock p. m., for the erection of a
three-story, and basement, fire-proof
annex to the head office building, 63x
120 feet. (Foundation contract al
ready let). .
rians and specifications may be
seen at the oflice of Architect Leon
ard Drack, at Kock Island, ill. Each
bid shall be accompanied by a certi
fied cheek of 2 per cent of the amount
bid. Said proposals to be properly
signed and delivered at the time men
tioned, a fid addressed "Proposal for
the M. W. of A. Annex Building," Mod
ern Woodmen of America. By
C. W. IIAWES, Head Clerk.
Kock Island, 111., Sept. 19, 1903.
The Salve That deal.
withuut leaving a sear is DeWitt's.
The name Witch Hazel is applied to
many salves, but DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve is the only witch hazel
salve made that contains the pure,
unadulterated witch hazel. If any
other witch hazel salve is offered you,
it is a counterfeit. E. C. DeWitt in
vented Witch Hazel Salve and De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the best
salve in the world for cuts, burns,
bruises, . tetter, or blind, bleeding,
itching ami protruding piles.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Kiess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Rocky Mountain Tea put up in tab
let form ready for use. Just the same
as the Tea simply concentrated for
your convenience. A true blood and
body tonic. 35 cents. T. II. Thomas'
Interesting Nuptials Celebrated
in Rock Island Last
THE EUEITEL - WILSON MARRIAGE
Celebrated, at Bride s Home on
Fifteenth Street Other
At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs! J. V. Wilson, Fifteenth,
street and Eleventh avenue, at H
o'clock last evening was celebrated
the marriage of their daughter, Miss
Elsie E., to Charles M. Kuettel, of Dav
enport. Kev. William H. Blancke,
pastor of St. Paul's Evangelical Luth
eran church, Davenport, officiated be
fore a company of relatives.- Miss
Myrtle KuellVI, cousin of the groom,
and Hen Wilson, brother of the bride,
attended the couple, Mrs. Harry Mar
tin rendering Mcndelssohn's"vedding
march on the piano as the bridal par
ty entered the parlor. The bride was
Ifiveu in marriage by her father. The
ceremony was performed while the
couple stood beneath an alcove of
white carnations, golden rod and as
paragus. The gown of the bride was
of white mull. A wedding supper was
served after the ceremony. The cou
ple received a number of handsome
and valuable presents. They will
make their home in the Iowa fiats,
223 West Sixteenth street, Davenport,
in which city Mr. KuefTcl is connected;
with the Pittsburg Plate Glass com
pany in a clerical capacity. His bride
has for the past few years been em
ployed at the Woodmen head office.
They will be attended by the best
wishes of a large circle of friends in
their new life.
The marriage of William W. Mont
gomery, of this city, and Miss Annie
Stendcr, daughter of ex-Aid. and Mrs.
Henry Slender, of Davenport, was
celebrated at 8 o'clock last evening at
the parsonage of the First Presbyter
ian church. Davenport. Thu pastor,
Kev. J. 15. Donaldson, performed the
ceremony, following which there was
a reception at the Stender home, 728
West Front-street. Mr. Montgomery
ami his bride have gone to housekeep
ing at 323 Eleventh street, this city.
The groom is a well-known young
man, bejng a member of the firm of
Montgomery fc Campbell, proprietors
of the Kock Island l'anitorium on
Miss Ctirrie E. Colburn. daughter of
Mrs. Mary A. Colburn, 2s;t Klevent li-aiid-a
half avenue, last evening be
came the bride of Peter C.
Simmon, a member of Uncle
Sam's local letter carrying force. The
ceremony was performed at S o'clock
byKe-vvK. B. Williams at the parson
age of the First Methodist church.
Miss Daisy Weiganil served as brides
maid and Arthur Colburn as grooms
man. The couple held a reception
for friends at the home of the bride.
Frank K. Furbos. of Peoria, and
Miss Neva McCleary were married
last evening at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
McCleary, 537 Twenty-first street. The
nuptial rite was performed by Kev. O.
W. Lawrence, pastor of Memorial
Christian church. After a wedding
supper Mr. and Mrs. Furbos departed
for Peoria, where they will reside,
and where the groom is connected
with the Vaery Manufacturing com
pany. He formerly lived in this city
and was a popular member of the
local division of Naval Keserves. as
well as a. member of Company A dur
ing the Spanish war. His bride was
one of the efficient operators at the
local exchange of the Union Electric
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kosenfield
have issued invitations for the mar
riage of their daughter. Miss Caroline,
to Ferdinand Levy. The wedding is
to take place at the Kosenfield home
on" Third avenue at G p. in., Wednes
day, Oct. 14.
MILLIONS TO BE SPENT BY
ROAD AT NEW SHOPS PLANT
A trust deed given by the Kock Isl
and Improvement company, which
was formed by the Kock Island road
for the construction of the New Shops
plant, to the Illinois Trust & Savings
bank of Chicago, was filed for record
in the circuit clerk's office yesterday
afternoon. The deed is for $7,300,000.
The mortgage takes in all the proper
ty by the company in Hampton town
ship. The amount named in the deed
gives further insight to the magni
tude of the undertaking of the Kock
Island System in the upper end of the
Chamberlain's Conch Remedy.
No one who is acquainted with its
good qualities can be surprised at the
great 'popularity of Chamberlain's
Cough Kemedy. It not only cures
colds and grip effectually and perma
nently, 'but prevents these diseases
from resulting in pneumonia. It is
also a certain cure for croup. Whoop
ing cough is not dangerous when this
remedy is given. It contains no opium
or other harmful sulistance and may
be given as confidently to a baby as
to an adult. It is also pleasant to
take. When all of these facts are
taken into consideration it is not sur
prising that people in foreign lands,
as well as at home, esteem this rem
edy very highly, and , very few are
willing to take any other after hav
ing once used it. For sale by all
urugg-tsis. , i
riu a: outlay jl i luca vucxigcu 3
Yovi When You Buy
And there's no fancy which we cannot gratify in Furniture of v
latest design and finish for your own home, or for the coming Octo-
. ber weddings. '
Whether you want the furniture for yourself or to make some
one else happy, let us supply it from our freshly made Furniture for
fall, 1903. IT'S UP-TO-DATE.
15he DaLvenport SofaL
is fast becoming one of the most popular pieces of home f urnishings.
We show an immense line on our floors, all of the newest designs
beautiful coverings with tke karpen luxurious upholstering and
See our fall showing of Parlor Furniture, Leather (loods, Mission
Goods, Couches, etc. The .prod uctof the best factories are shown on
our floors exclusively and then we save you money.
Davenport Furniture l
Carpet Company. -k
123-125 West TKird Street,
VSIVEJVTOF T J IOWA
of the Best Mkes of
Our fall styles are here. All the
latest ideas in correct dress for
men and boys. A combination
of high grade values and moder
Suits and Overcoats.
1804 Second Ave., Rock Island.
It's nearly stove weather,
and if you need a good
Cook Stove, Range or
Heater, don't fail to see
our line of
Stoves, thebestand cheap
est in the market. You
can save from $2 to $6
on a stove by buying
: : 207 W. Second St., Davenport