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THE AEtU8. FRIuaY. DECEMBER 18, 19 J3.
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OF OCEAN COFFEE
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, December 18
end 19. You are Cordially Invit
ed to Come and Try this
HecLtttifxzl Sou-Venire Free
SHIELDS' CASH UROCEKY is the pioneer store, and be
cause of the progressive policy in force there, you are
sure to obtain whatever you desire in the grocery line at
prices which will save you money on every purchase, be
sides giving you the best quality obtainable. If you have
never traded there, it isn't too late to begin now. Look
over these prices and then send in your order:
21 pounds granulated
Prepared stock Fish,
3 packages Figs
3 packages dried
3 packages cleaned
3 pounds Kaisins
3 pounds Sultana
3 pounds dried
4 pounds dried
0 pounds dried
3 quarts new dried
3 quarts new Xavy
7 cans P.aked Deans
Davenport and Hock Isl
and Corn, per doz cans. . .
Friedman & Co.'s Dutter
ine, per lb
1 gallon Sour
1 pound baking Choc
olate 1 package Yeast
White Hoop Holland Her
ring, per keg
Swedish Lingon Perries,
Uncolored Japan Tea,
pr r lb., and up
Java and Mocha Coffee,
per lb., 2Sc; 4 lbs. for...
Star Tobacco, per
Scrap Tobacco, per
Shields' Cash Grocery
New 'Phone 5217.
Old 'Phone 1217
f Shopping I
made easy by
trading a t this
store. Let us help
you make your
propriate for men
I Prices Right Too.
I Will We See You?
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-ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
CHANGE IN TRAINS
Another Time Card Operative on
Rock Island Road
GOLDEN STATE LIMITED ON
No. O for Chicago, to be a Local
Cairyinjj Pullman and Diner
There are to he several important
alterations looking to the betterment
of the service in the new time eanl
that becomes effective on the Hook
Island road next Sunday.
The Hidden State Limited is to re
sume on that date, (ioing southwest
it will be known as No. 41 and will
leave here at 1 1 : 1 ." p. m Kastbound
it will lie known as .'o. 44 and will tie
part from this city at 0:20 a. m. Xo
advance reservations will be made at
local stations for No. 41.
Xo. 20 will leave for the east at 7:15
instead of ,":45 a. in.. It will be a lo
cal between Kock Island amd Chicago,
carrying- a Pullman and diner an!
serving- breakfast and dinner, reaching-
Chicago at 1:1." p. in. Returning
from Chicago the train will depart
at 4::0 instead of 4:1.1. and arrive
here at :10 instead of 9:20 p. m.
Xo 22 eastbound will be known as
:;s, and will leave at 1 :."." instead of
2:15 j). m. Xo. 21 westbound will be
changed to be known as Xo. .".7, and
the time of departure will be (i:52 a.
m. The present leaving time is 7
There will be no change of the time
of this train, but after Sunday the
present Xo. 21! will be known as Xo
bl. it leaes I hit-ago at 1 and ar
rives here at 7 p. in.
Xo. :. on the Iowa division, leaving
here at 1:."0 a. m.. will not changt1
time, but will be known as Xo."2:j. Xo
2. now leaving- for Chicago at ( p. in
and arming- at 11. will depart at G:05
and reach Chicago at ll :;'.." p. m.
Xo. 4, Omaha to Kock Island, now
reaching this city at 12:l!0 (midnight ).
will arrive five minutes later, and the
number will be changed to :4.
Kvcry Herth Taken.
The (;olr':;i Stale Limited will
be composed of a library smok
er, a 10-section double drawing room
sleeper, a compartment car, a dining
car, and an observation car.. The
train will leave Chicago at 7 p. in. and
will reach bos Angeles in a little less
than three oavs. I he route is oer
the Kock Island and Kl Paso :ut
Xortheastern to Kl Paso, and thenct
over the "southern I acme. 1 lie gen
eral agent of the company reports
that every l.erth on Sunday night's
train has been engage;!.
OpctHton to Orcnl.e
A ircctiiig of the operators of the
adjacent dit Lions of t lie Kock Island
road for tin purpose of forming- an
organization will be held in the Illi
nois theatre hall. Ihis city, tomorrow
evening-. I he lines which will lie rep
resented at the meeting are the Illi
nois division "from P.ureau east to Ihe
tri-cities; on tin Missouri division
from Kldon west and, on the Iowa di
vision fr m Ucs Moines east. It is as
serted that the tpiestion of an in
crease in wages is not to be brought
up. but officers will be elected and a
place selected as permanent head
quarters. Knllroatl Notes.
The tender of the engine and IS cars
of a freight train were ditched on the
Darlington at Ophicm Wednesday
night. Xo one was injured.
The evening passenger on the Kock
Island's Peoria division, due here at
10:15. came in two hours behind
schedule last night. The delay- was
due to the derailment of a car of a
freight near Alpha. , ,.
The Kock Island Kailroad company
which has hen cutting down expenses
to the extent of taking the telegraph
wires out of the small towns
along- the divisions in Iowa is having
troubles of its own. Several of the
agents have quit because of a reduc
tion of salary. The other day it is said
a train got lost between Trayer ami
Keinbeck. It was several hours m the
way am! business was held up during
that time. As the wires hat! been tak
enout tif Dinsdale. a town between,
nothing- could be heard by telegraph,
so the telephones were pressed into
service and farmers along- the railroad
were called up and set to work hunting
the lost train. They finally found it.
I,. T. Wiese has arrivi! from Chica
go tti take up the duties of general
superintendent tif the Kock Island
road's huge plant at Xew Shops. He
has been selected by the officials to
be the permanent head tif the plant
when it is in operation. Mr. Wiese
comes from the Richmond Locomotive
works tif Kichmond. Va., and has the
best tif references as a practical work
man. He will be assisted by C. H.
True, the assistant superintendent,
who has beeii on the groan.! for sonic
time familiarizing himself with his
duties, and by .1. E. Kilker, superin
tendent of the plant's motive power.
The 'Milwaukee Sr St. Paul's new
coal .road, the Kochelle $- Southern,
will be opened for business next Mon
day. This will insure the road
against a possible coal famine. The
roadbed and bridges were completed
a month ago and the laying- tif the
rails was finished a few days ago.
From Davis .function, a station on the
Council I Huffs division. 70 miles north
of Chicago, the Milwaukee & St. Paul
has obtained a track Iase from the
Hurlington to Stewart. From there
the company has built through, 40
miles to Ladd. where shafts are lieing
Clergymen permits f cr 1903 on all
roads will be h-- frd during- the
month of .lanuk.y owing- to delay in
getting- out the new application
F. W. Means, Jr., is in Chicago.
Theo l'rey is here from Chicago for
Judge W. T. Church, of Aletlo. was
in the city yesterday.
II. M. McCaskrin has returned from
Spokane and Seattle, Wash.
Louis Loeb lias come from the east
to spend the holiday vacation at home.
John Paulsen, of South Kock Island,
left last night for a business trip
Charles Mellugh leaves tonight for
Chicago tti attend the funeral tif Phil
Kinn, father tif (i. 1". Kinn.
J. II. Mitchell, of lona, Mich., com
mander of the foresters of the Wood
men society, was in the city jester
day. (Jeorg-e, J. Xold and faniHy, of Jos
fin, arrived in the city last night and
will visit Mr. Xold's father, (i. J. Xold,
723 Fifteenth street.
Charles Krlander, who has been at
tending Augustana college, departvd
for his home in Concord, Xeb., last
night tti spend the holidays.
Mrs. W. K. Freek, who has been visiting-
at the home of Clyde Marshall,
on .Twenty-second street, returned to
her home in Cordova last evening.
Sidney Loeb leaves toniyht for Se
attle. Wash., where lie is to locate,
having purchase:! a half interest in a
wholesale liquor house in that city.
Mrs. William Payne, who has been
visiting- for three weeks with her
daughters, Mrs. Dailey, at Danville,
ami Miss Mabel Payne, a student at
the Chicago university, has returned
Charles Fiebig arrived home yester
day after a month's trip in the south,
during which he visited Havana, Cuba,
Xew Orleans, Dcaumout.. Texas, i...
Miss Jessie (iibbons returned to her
home, 1 l.'IO Twentieth street, after a
sojourn of six weeks in Sioux Falls.
S. I)., where she attended ihe wedding
tif her sister. Leal rice, to W. K. War
Hon. E. W. Hursl left at noon for
Chicago to attend a banquet to be ten
tiered tomorrow evening at the Andi
toiium to 1 1 1 1). Jacob McCavixk.
counsel for the I'nited Stales before
tin Alaskan boundary tribunal.
The Miss.-s Esther Torcll and Alida
Johnson, t f Altona. and Eva Sheldon.
Marii Johnson. Veda Skog. Agnes
Lawrence and Victor Lawrence, of
Paxton, all students' at
college, departed for their
spend the holidays.
OFFICE IS CREATED
TO HEAR MOTION FOR NEW
TRIAL OF HOLMES CASE
A ,mt. tit n for a new trial in I lie cae
of Dr. I.ayard Holmes vs. .1. T. McKen
uaiiissct forbearing tomorrow- morn
ing. It will be recalled Dr. Holmes,
who is a Chicago specialist, sued to
recover $225. the fee for an operation
performed on Mr. McU'enna n's wife.
The defendant contended the opera
tion was not a success and inl rothiccd
evidence loshow that h- had been put
to additional expense as a result of
the outcome, and the jur.v awarded
him damages of $l.nun against Dr.
A suit life:! by Martin IIeckstroni.tif
Moline. marks the beginning of the
legal ct ntests tti resttlt from the per
sonal notes issued by J. W. Wa i r. Mr.
Warr gave Joseph T. Krone one of
his form noles for Sl.suo and Mr.
Krone indorsed it over 1o Mr. P.eck
strom. and the latter now sues the
indorsee to recover, from him. since
Mr. Warr lias become insolvent.
. Judge i raves has taken under ad
visement the motion for a new trial
tiled by the defendant in the damage
case tif M. A. (lould, tif Moline, against
the Tri-City Kailvvay company, nriru
tncnts on which were heard yesterday.
A praecipe in a suit for $5,000 dam
ages against the Tri-City Kailvvay
company has been instituted by Hugh
Mctiee, Sr.. through his attorneys.
Lueian Adams and J. F. Murphy.
NEW STOREHOUSE AT THE
ARSENAL TO COST 8100,000
Local contractors have received
copies tif Ihe specifications sent out
by Cel. S. K. liluut for the construc
tion of a storehouse at Kock Island
arsenal to replace the t ne destroyed
by fire last winter.
The building will be tif steel con
struction, pressed brick and terra cot
ta trimmings, and will cost approximately-
$100,000. The tlimensions are
to be 135x00. , It will be the only build
ing of steel construction at the ar
senal, all those now there having been
erected years ago tif stonf.
The plans were designed by Kalph
Modjcska. t.f Chicago, a consulting en
gineer who designed and supervised
the rebuilding of the Kink Island
Inflammatory Rheumatintn Cnretl In Thre
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind..
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been in
bed for nix weeks and had eight phy
sicians, but received no benefit until
she tried the Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. It gave immediate relief and
she was able to walk about in three
days. I am sure it saved her life.'
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second av
enue, Rock Island; Gustar Schlegel &
Son, 220 West Second street, Davenport.
An Examiner of the Blind for
Rock Island County
DR. L. F. 0STR0M HAS PLACE
Aid to be Extended to the Incap
acitated Other Doings
or the Board.
A new office was created by the
county board today. It is county ex
aminer of the blind, and Dr. Louis F.
O.strom, of this city, was appointed tti
the position. His salary is fixed at $2
The office is provided by an act of
the legislature, and counties may take
advantage tif it if they so desire. The
purpose of it is to extend aid to those
of the athlicted in the county whose
income is not adequate for their
Where one is unable to earn a live
lihood by reason of loss tif sight and
his annual' income does not exeeetl
$250 the county pays $150 annually
towards his support, the amount to
be received in quarterly installments.
The applicant for aid must first
pas an examination by the physician
appointed for that purpose, and
whether he is To receive the aid of the
county depends on the tatter's recom
mendation. Salary Hauls Would Pay.
A resoimion was passed instructing
the county clerk to furnish blank pe
titions to members i f the board, who
evidently intend going to work imme
diately to secure the requisite number
of signatures of voters in their re
spective townships to authorize the
proposition for ballot at the next
county election looking to the plac
ing of the office of state's attorney on
a salary basis. It is said the annua!
income of the office runs from $7,000
to $!0,00O. Where a salary is paid
the law says in counties in Kock lsl
ami's class it shall not exeeetl $5,000
per year. So that a few thousand in
fees would annually be saved instead
of bring applied to the bank account
tif the incumbent i f the slates attor
Uelielitett With Mistion.
Tin count v board went in a body to
the I'nion Mission Inline on Aiken
street vesterday afternoon and took
dinner at the invitation tif the mana-
irers of the home. I'latcs were laid
for -40. anil a nice spread was serve !
Sitipcrvisor 1-. A. Wood, at the morn
ing ses.-iiin of the board, paid a hand
senile compliment to the women who
are devoting themselves to Ihe work
of the home, where he said there are
childicn being cared for at pres
ent. The surroundings are pleasant
and the fare all that could be wished
lor in an average home. Supervisor
Wood sail! he wool I not mind livinii-
there himself. A collection was taken
up among- the members of the board
to buy Christmas presents for 111
To Sent! family ttt ItplRluui.
The hoard "has appropriated $75 to
a fund that is being raised to trans
port back to I'.elgiuui Mrs. Lena De-
Smet and her five children ranging in
age frt.-ni vears to an infant. Tli
mother and her little ones are now at
the county infirmary. They were
sent from Fast Moline. I'eler DeSmet,
tin husband and father, died recently.
Country men of Mrs. DeSmet residing
in th' community will contribute the
balance of the fund necessary to pav
the expense of sending her and the
children to I!elgium. when she has
Is wliat you want included in "Good
Cheer" for the day. There is nothing
that" hriiifrs as much comfort and cheer
to the household as a
or some other piece of durable furni
ture. Come a.nd Look.
Davenport Furniture H
Carpet Company. J
123-125 West Third Street.
2) E JIT O FT J IOWA.
TO BEAN UNIQUE AFFAIR
The committee having in cliarge the
a rra ngeinent s for the local observ
ance of the lst anniversary of the
founding of the Modern Woodmen or
der hail another meeting last evening.
The celebration is to take place at
the skating rink on Sixteenth street
the evening of .Ian. 5. and it is given
out that it will be one of the most
unique that has been witnessed here
in many a day. There will be seating
capacity provide! for :J.00U persons.
It will be strictly a stag affair, but
each Woodmen is expected to bring
with him a friend who tloes not be
long to the society.
The main addresses are to be deliv
ered by C. K. Wlielan. of Madison.
Wis., out of the national lecturers.
and C. (i. Saunders, of Council I Huffs.,'
Iowa, one of the members t.f the
hoard t-f directors. The vaudeville
program will be the feat art of the ev
ening, and will lit furnished by six
professional fievph especially engag
ed for the occasion, with a sprinkling
of local latent. It will wind up with
an athletic exhibition.
Suits and Overcoats,
Sweaters and Jersey Coats,
Ganes and Umbrellas,
Hosiery and Handkerchiefs,
Hets and Caps,
Neckwear and Mufflers.
At this store you will find
goods at popvilar prices.
S0MMER.S H LA VELLE
1804 Second Ave., Rock Island : : 207 W. Second St., Darenpor-
I.lcennod to V1.
Webster Lane Dietrich. Iowa
Mrs. Arlelia McCartney
William. Slickmnn Iedo
Miss Sarali KUen Sposton Metlo
One Ilnodret! Dollar m Itox
is the value 11. A. Tisdale, Summerton.
S. C.,. places on DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. He says: "I had the piles for
20 years. I tried many doctors and
medicines, but all failed except l'c
Witt's Witch Hael Salve, it cured
me." It is a combination of the heal
ing properties of witch haze! with an
tiscprits and emolients; relieves and
permanently cures blind, bleeding,
itching and protruding piles, sores,
cuts bruises, eczema, salt, rheum, and
all skin diseases. Sold by all druggists.
What would give greater pleas
ure than one of our beautiful Hats
as a Christmas gift? People are
nore than ever buying practical
yifts for Christmas, and we are 1
selling Mats at such low figures
that the juices a well as the Hats
will appeal to everyone.
Brandenburg Millmery Store,
Corner Twentieth St. and Fourth Ave.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK I
I'OC K ISbAMVfl.L. S
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent
Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or IJeal Estate Security. 3
.1. M. Diiford. President.
.lohn Crubaugh. Vice President.
P. (Jrcenawult, Cashier.
. P.egan the business duly 2, is'jo,
and occupying S. E. corner of
Mitchell & Lvnde's new building.
It. II. Cable,
II. P. Hull.
II. W. Hurst,
Solictors .lackson and Hurst
P. Tirecnawalt, T
L. Simon. J
.1. M. Uuford,
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