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1HE ABeOS. FRIULY, JANUARY 8, 1904.
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Shields' Cash Grocery
New 'Phone 5217. Old 'Phone 1217
j It Pays to Buy For
I Next Wintero I
We make prices to move
the goods; want to turn the
goods into cash. None sold
I Twenty Per Cent!
1 Biscoiit I
off any Men's, Boys' or
Children's Suits, Overcoafs
and Pants in the store. This
makes one-fifth, 1-5, off the
regular price. Store full of
bargains. Call and load up.
Blecck aad Blue Sviits Ex-
I THE YAM lNHW US
;y . ROCK ISLAND ILL
MRS. GREGG DEAD
Widow of Pioneer Physician Ex
pires Suddenly at Home
ATTACK OF GRIP PROVES FATAL
First Home in Cottage on Hirer
Shore Where Moline Now
Mrs. Sarah L. (irejrg. the wilow of
Dr. I'atrick (iregg, passed aay at her
lmine. :.'42"J Kighth avenue, last evening
at :'.'i o'clock. While her friends
k-ievv thiil -he curried the weight of
-4 vcars ;uid growing infirmities, not
many were a:ire of any serious sick-n--s.
A sudden and severe attaek of
!a grippe sapjied Iier remainintr ital
ity and she died after Init a few days"
Mrs. (Ire'iT. wliose maiden name
was Sarah 1,. Wlieeloek. was horn in
.New Hampshire Nov. Ii. She
eame to Illinois with tlie pioneers who
laid the f cnda t ii ns of Hock Island
am! Moiine. a..d vas hei-e married to
Dr. Patrick ircj.-i! in 141. their first
home liciny a port ion of a little cot
tayc on 1 1 shores of the Mississippi
where Mi !i:ic now stands.
Dr. (irei;-.'. wl'. was a graduate of
Trinity eol'ejre. Dnhlin. an I had also
I ice ii connected with lioal College of
Sniirei lis and .IciTcrson Medical i-ol-leiri.
Pl.iladeipliia. was in those early
ca i s the most prominent physician
and sin-treiin jn this whole reirion. and
his -riee were demanded near and
t;.r. Mrs. livvii-j- shared with him in
the hardships it" a piercer phv sician's
life, am! in la re-hea rted svmpathy
went forth many linn s to minister to
the siilferiny wi''i her . n hand".
Aldrd Sdlilit-r Mt Front.
Dr. (Ircirif was also one of the first i
to icspi.nd when a call was made for
volunteers for the civil war. ii'.iinsrout
as captain of Company K. ."ivth il'inuis
volunteer infantry. Duriiiii the three.
ca rs of his .service as captain, and
then a siiriieon. Mrs. (i retry, with oth
er patriotic women. In. re the trials
nid anxieties of those who caret! for
1 he home, and was a leader in every
clfort for the welfare of the soldiers
at the f rout .
Seven children were born to Dr. and
Mrs. Crefjy: John Y.. Joseph K.. Spen
cer. .iarv. arali. lame ami laiimc.
four of whom are still livinjr. John V.
antl Miss Carrie, at home; Spencer, of
Mat fa. Texas, and Mrs. Fannie N'ut-
tii!ir. tf New inrk ( it v.
Mrs. (i rey y was one of the charter
members of Droadway Presbyterian
church, aim la buret I zealously for its
ii pbni Ii ' i nif nniil the infirmities of aye
evented. Ilcr social nature, her lov-
J. E. Montrose, of Peoria, is iu the
Hen White lias yone ft r a sojourn
at Hut Springs, Ark.
ilrs. T. II. D l!y has returned after
a visit with relatives in Chieayo.
K. L. Gcff. commercial agent of the
liock Islam!, was in Peoria yesterday.
Miss Grace Stafford has returned to
resume her studies at the University
f Chieayo after spending1 the Christ
inas holiday at home.
Mrs. II. II. Pierce, of Fort Madison.
Iowa, arrived hist eveniny ft r a visit
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. T.
Stephenson. 7.";4 Fourteenth street.
L. W. Perry, superintendent of the
St. Louis and (lalesbury divisions, and
V. A. Card, trainmaster t.f the St.
I. .mis division, all of the Purliiiytoii.
were in the city last eveniny.
Hubert Hexdale. supreme secretary
of the Fratermnal Tribunes, left ye?
terday afternoon for Jol'et to bey in
series of public installations of olfi
ccis. Other cities at which Tribune
t tficers will be installed publicly by
Mr. Hexdale are (ialediury. Peoria
Morrison. Pelvidere. Harrv antl An
HOTELS ARE SAFE
Harper and Harms Found in
First Class Condition by
ESCAPES FOR ROCS ISLAND
Slight Changes at the Commercial
Churches to be Inspected.
JOSEPH ROSEN FIELD LAID
AT REST THIS AFTERNOON
There was a large outpoiiriny of cit
i.ens at the funeral of Joseph Hosen
held this afternoon, the services
which were conducted by Habbi V
H. Fineshril cr. t f Temple Kmanucl
Davenport, takiny place at nVlocl
at the family honu". He's Third ae
Deceased having been connected for
many years in an executive capacity
with the Pet nlcs Natitnal bank, all
the banks of the citv closed for the
afternoon out of respect for his mem
orv. I lie luer was covereu wnn now
crs. includiny a number of beautiful
children of Mr. Ht seiilich
iny sympathy and goodness i f heart
wi.ii a host of friends. Durinir the
ea rs she nas licen sliut in she has
licen remarkably bright and cheerful
through 1 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 siitTe-iiiy. and her cur
ia! welcome will be missed by many
who h i ci! to visit her.
r ra ngemen t s fur the funeral can
not be perfected until the arrival of
ihsent members of the family.
Charlrn I.. Taylor.
Charles I., l av lor. a brother of J. I).
I'aylor. of this citv. and one of the
cariv settlers t Jackson coimlv.
Iowa, died Monday at his home in Ma-
tpioKeta. Itivva. in his ;i:jtl year. He
was bom in (iencse' cocntv. New
York, and is survived hy his wife, to
win m he was married f.7 vcars ayo.
He was ihe father of If children, six
f whom are liviny. There are
grain! children an! yreat-yrantl-
nl !rcn. Dcccasetl had often visited
her - with his brother. The latter is
I veais of aye. ami a vcar ago an
ther brother diet', who had attained
his sTth vcar.
were present at the funeral. They
are: Mrs. William (ieodkintl. St. Paul;
Mrs. David Wolf. Grand Hapids. Mit h.
Mrs. Abe Straus-s. Mrs. Morcv Sickel
Anamosa. Iowa; Meyer ami Louis Ho
sentield. Des Mt incs. an I Julius ant
Abe Hosenfield antl Mrs. Fen! Levy
Hock Island. I he children residing in
other cities were accom pa u let; ov ineii
families. Others who were here for
the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. J. H
Sax, Ottunivva. Iowa: Adolph Silver
man and Louis Ut'sentield. Chicago;
Michael Hi sentield. St. Paul, and lien
ry Waterman. Gcncseo.
I iiteriuetit was in the Jewish ccinc
tery in South Hock Island. The pall
bearers were Carl Hell penst el I. Wil
liam Hoth. Ktlward Kolni. T. II. Thom
as. Mavcr Levi antl Herman H ggen-
SENT TO THE SENATE TODAY
The iioiniuatii u of Col. Alexander
Mackciiie. foiincrlv stationed here in
di.-ngc of the upper Mississippi river
improvements, to lie duel of er.gin-
ers. with the rank of brigadier gen-
an I entitling- him to a place on
he ycticial staff of the I'nited States
irinv. was si nt to the senate Py I'lrs-
ident Hoocvejt toda. It was to have
"en stnl Mondav. but there was a de-
av. I ill. .Mackenzie, as ha-- hcrcto-
i.-(. 1-4-en staled in these columns, is
romotci! fn-in the pos:tii n of first
is'istant to i h- chief "gine'-r. He
ha- I. eeii stationed at Wa-hinyton
ince Is'.ii',, in which vcar he was trans
ferred from this citv.
MRS. FISCHER SURPRISED
BY COMPANY OF FRIENDS
Mrs. Mary Fischer was very pleas
antlv siirpriseil last evening at her
home, LV.Uf Fifth avenue. In a com
pany of friends. The surprise vva:
planned by Mrs. Paul Ilarth and Mrs
George Mevcrs. if Davenport. Tht
evening wa- t.evoted to progressive
cinch, at which Mrs. Carl Deters.
I'avenport. won the lirst ladies prize
ami Mrs. Get rye Mevcrs. also of Dav
enport, the consolation. The gentle
man's prize was captured by Gcoryi
IJeinhart. of this citv. After cards
i he !': ts partook of a delicious re
past. Those in attendance were Mr
and Mrs. Carl Deters. Mr. ant! Mrs
Paul Ilarth. .Mr. am! .Mrs. iieorye Mev
crs ami Mrs. McCarthy, Davenport. ami
Mrs. Godfrey l'dazer. Mrs. L. P.laksley
Mrs. L. Dodrom. Mrs. II. Smith. Mr.
aid Mrs. .. shields. Mr. and Mr
G. Heinhart. (icorge Kmliich. Mis
Florentine Ye!lhit.v. Mrs. K. Mille
Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Meanor. Miss Albcr-
t:r Fischer. Hock Island: Mrs. Arthur
lloldmaii. of Moline. ami I-'. Hender
son, of Tiplon. Iowa.
t nil KxrnraloBt to Oklahoma.
I. antl excursions to Oklahoma will
be run over the Hoed-: Island System
Jan. ." and 1". Feb. -J and 1". March 1
and I'm and April ,"i and l'.. Fir fur
ther particulars, call on or write
K. i:. MOHGAX.
hi:ni:y .i. ghipp.
141U Fifteenth Strei-t. Moline, 1!!.
A Vry Clo' all.
"I stuck to my engine, although rv
ry joint ached an! every nerve was
acketl with pain," writes C. W. Ptd-
unv. a Joeomotive lireman. ol j.itr-
iiytoii. Iowa. I was weak and pale.
without anv appetite, and all run
own. As 1 was about to give up, I
got a bottle of F.lectrie Hitters, and
fter taking it. I felt as well as 1 ever
id in my life." Weak, sickly, run
own people always gain r.ew inc.
trcnyth and vigor from their Use.
fry them. Satisfaction gua ranteed by
Hartz I'llemever. Price, ji) cents.
I.lci-Dfted to VWt.
Hubert Carlson Moline
Miss Signa Anderson Moline
j Lewis P.. Jenkins Windsor. Mo.
.Mrs. Kate Oella Lciubaugli
Many ehihlren are poisoned and
made nervous an I weak, if not killed
outright, by mothers giving them
cough s rups containing opiates. Fo
ley's Honey and Tar is a safe and cer
tain remedy for conyhs. croup and
lnrsr trouhles. and is the tmly promi
nent cough reiwtJv t!'.:it contains no
opiates ir other poisons. All druggists.
rorOirr Hlsty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wild colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
What's In a amr.
Kverv thing is in the name when it
tunes to W itch Hazel Salve. K. C. De-
Witt A Co.. of Chicago, discovered
some vears ago hnvv to make a salve
from witch hael that is a specific for
piles. For iuind. bleeding, itching and
protruding piles, eczema, cuts, burn?
ruises and all sm diseases I)eW
alve has no equal. This has given j iousness. torpid liver and al! of the
f l numerous worthless counter-1 ills result i no- f romci.tist ma t ion. I hev
A Vent I'orket Hoc tor.
Never in the way. no trouble to
carry, easy to take, pleasant and
never failing in result -i. f DeWitt's
Little Karlv Hisers A vial if these
urm, litt!e pills in tl-e vest pocket i a cer
Vitt's tain yuaraiitee against hendatdi. bil-
Iiispeetion if H(H-k Island public
buildings was resumed today by
Charles Hastings, t hief of the fire de
partment, who was accompanied by
W. I!. Mclntyre. secretary of the local
board of insurance underwriters.
The four hotels, the Harper. Harms.
Hock Island antl Commercial, were ex
amined from basement to roof. The
two former were found to be provided
with every precaution for the safety
of guests. At the Hi ck Island more
escapes will be recommended.
The Commercial is one of the old
est buildings in the city, but it has al
ways been kept up well, and only a
few slight modifications wiTl be neces
sary. The building is low anil there
r is lessened, as most
of the sleeping rooms are on the sec
ond floor, and escape would lie- com
paratively easy in case i f a lire.
Mannnlr Temple antl Cliuri hen.
The Masonic temple was found not
to be adequately protected in the mat
ter of tire escapes, and it was decided
to recommend the placing i f one at
the south end of the buildiny. This
afternoon the- chief am! Mr. Mclntvre
:yc inspecting- the P.uford block. Sec
ond avenue and Seventeenth street,
another of the landmarks of the city.
All the churches are to be gone
through by the chief also. At least
tw i of these are understood to be un
safe, and changes will be ordered immediately.
NEW OFFICERS OF SACRED
HEART COUNCIL INSTALLED
Sacred Heart council. Xo. S:5. Knights
of Father Matthew, at a meeting held
last eveniny installed new officers for
the year as follows:
Chief Sir Knight - J. T. Shields.
Deputy Chief Sir Kiiiyht P. F. Met
n a n.
licet. rder C. F. Murrin.
Financial Secret a ry C. J. Kchoe.
Hanker T. J. O'lirien.
Marshal D. J. dreen.
Sen) inel John J. McCarthy.
Spiritual Director - Hev. J. V. Lock-
Specials for Saturday.
Hov s" ."ilir ru bl icrs. '.V.U-.
La lies" :! stylish patent leather
hoes. Saturday. . 1 .id.
Children's ribbed wool hose. Hie.
l'lc bleached Shaker flannels, (;i.(
se tennis flannels, "i'l-c.
Wide Hie dress prints, ."ic.
Men's ami bi.vs heavy twill -I.'ic work
hirts. to close. 1 '...
Odd sizes ladies" $1 underwear. Il'.'e.
Fancy flannelette waistings. ."c.
."ic to Lie stamped linen doylies. Ic.
Ladies "-clasp cashmere gloves. I'.it
Fringed dresser scarfs. .ic.
-4'.. feet fringed Hrussels ruys. sTe
$::.."i0 cobbler scat rockers. $''.4r.
Jardiuier stands, metal
Filberts and pecan nuts,
Pn ken mixed candy. 7c.
Cherry and tipple candy.
Music in the evening.
8a veil From Terrible Iatli.
The family of Mrs. M. L. Pobbiif
if Paryertoti, Tcnn.. saw her living
Hit) were powerless to save her. The
most skillful physicians and every
remedy Used failed, while consump
tion was slowly but surely takiny her
life. In this terrible hour Dr. Kiny's
New Discovery for Consumption turn
ed despair into ,oy. I In- first liottlt
brought immediate relief and its con
tinued use completely cured her. It's
the mo-t certain cure iu the world
for all throat a nil lung t roubles. Guar
anteed bottles. ."iO cents and Trial
bottles free at Harlz iV I'l leinev er's
Cureil A fter SiiflcrlnfiT IO Var.
I!. F. Hare, superintendent Miami
Cycle M: Manufacturing company, Mid
d'etown, Ohio, suffered for ID vcars
with dyspepsia. lie spent hund.eds
of dollars for medicine and with doc
tors without receiving any perma
nent benefit. He says: "One night
while feeling exceptionally bad I wsis
about to throw down the evening pa-
er when 1 saw an item in the paper
egarding the merits of Kodol Dv.--icpsia
(lire. I concluded to 1 ry it.
ml while 1 had no faith in it. 1 fell
letter after the second dose. After
Using two bottles I am stronger ami
etter than I have been in years, and
recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
o my trienus and acquaintances suf
fering from stomach trouble." Sold
by all druggists.
frits: Ask for DeWitt's the genuine.
old by all druggists.
tonic and strengthen the liver,
by all druggists.
Hevvare of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
ure and Hanner Salve. Dishonest
lealer? for a little extra profit yvil!
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of years
and thus jeopardize the lives of their
victims. For sale by all druggists.
It i.-ti't how much cold cream a wo
man puts on her face, but how much
Hocky Mountain Tea she takes inside
that brings out real beauty. Hocky
Mountain Tea complexions stay. ZZ
cents. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
vmU your money in Fur-
niture, ' Carpets, Draperies,
Stoves by Buying of us.
We've some amazing Bar-
gains in Iron Beds, Odd
Dressers, Chiffoniers, etc.,
Big JaLiwiaLry Bargains aJl
M. Ill tlI aaV JamwtJV o
Davenport Furniture .
Carpet Company. -k
123-125 West Third Street,
Five Bi Point
D(-T( nr.ss thoi:si-:hs a hi: m adi:
with this wtirranty on every pair
l()e a button; $1 a rip.
Dl'TCIIKSS THorsKHS AHK M A I ) K
of the be-t cloths, carefully Ptdcct
ed from the most reliable mills.
dctciikss ti:ocsi:i:s auk madk
in a large, sanitary factory, by well
paid and v.er4. operatives.
DCTCIIKSS THOCSKHS AUK MADK
for durability. One pair will out
wear two of any other make.
Dl'TCIIKSS TUOCSKUS'SAKKS AUK
like the new wave motion con
stantly increasing in circuit.
Ask to see our 32.00
1801 Second Ave, Book Island. : : 207 W. Second St., Davenport
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: -sr. . - u. - -tr- e.
Brandenburg Millinery Store,
Corner Twentieth St. and Fourth Ave.
For a. R.ea.1 Good 5c Cigar Try ev.
To Be Ha.d Only at
The Smoke r."
Hildebra.ndt (EL Cash. You Know Z5e Boys.