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1HE AK6TOS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1004.
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.Java ami Mocha Coffee, Q"
pt-r pound Ov
21 lls. tfi-jnitilaterl Sijtfar 00
l!est Leaf l.arii. lOr
per pound IV V
"i !l).c;m Leaf Lard 73
Ilet "Dairy Hitter. OA
per pound fVy
4 pfimd inijortei!
I.aitrest bulk Oliver in the Or
t liree-eit ie. quart JvJw
Saner Kraut, per 17
Sour Piekles. per OCr-,
.1 loes '1'oilet Soa p ,
of '. liars OCs
.'; pky-. I'arlor Matcdies,
:;; ln.vts. for mOL
Calmitet linking I'owder.
.Z Cabin iir ( 'annda Sa p - -
Maple S tii p. z: lion 1 IkJ
Star 'I'oliaeeo, per A
Scrap Toliaceo. per
SinitT. .er OQr
:; cans Salmon, Cf-
.'; pkys. Cero-Kruito r
r.reakfa-t Food uC
J I la lit llerrinir, cr
dozen m vU
Linton Merries, p-r
Dried Mecf. per 1C)C
See our lar'rains in dried fruit.
Shields9 Cash Grocery
New 'Phone 5217.
Old 'Phone 1217
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I It Pays to Buy For
We make prices to move
the goods; want to turn the
goods into cash. None pold
I Twenty Per Centf
! Discount !
off an3' Men's,- Boys' or
Children's Suits, Overcoats
and Pants in the store. This
i makes one-fifth, 1-5, off the
regular price. Store full of
x bargains. Call and load up.
I Blcvck aLid Blue Sviits Ex-
I M A ill 3
ROCK ISLAND ILL
FRIENDS SHUN HIM
W. Warr Says Public Senti
ment Prevents Their Com
ing to His Assistance.
ASKS BEDTJCTION OF BAIL
Has Failed In His Efforts to liaise
the'$24,oOO That is
Iloduciion of the bail of .1. V. Warr,
uni.'er indictment ffr embezzlement,
i akel in a motion file J in the cir
cuit court thl morning by his attor
neys. Sea r!e & Marshall. The hearing
i.n the motion will t;ike place tomor
row probably. The total bail called
for i.n the IT indictments airaint
Warr is ?24..":.
"The affiant (Warr) before lie was
charged with embezzlement had a
larrc number of influential friends
whom atliant would have expected to
!Z' hi bail." it is set forth in the mo
tif ii. "yet such a hue and cry has
been rai.-ed jiiraint him and so many
untrue and scandalous stories hae
been circulated that public sentiment
has been wrought up to such a hijrh
pitch that hi friends, thouirh many
of them assiirinir- him of their belief
in his innocence and of their sympa
thy for him. are afraid to ir on his
recognizance, for fear of political, so
cial ami financial injury to thcin
sehe." ' '
It is stated further that Warr. since
his ir.ca rccrtil ;i a at the county jail.
ha failed after repeated etTorts to
induce friends to fro his security in
the amount demanded. He is of the
be'icf that lie could raie $."..lil!H to
$10,000. however. llefore his indict
ment by the trrand jury lie was ad
mitted to bail ou $.'.lio l. ixl. : 1 1 ( ! ;i
his aliened crime is no more serious
now than it was then he cannot see
the justice of raisinr the bail to an
amount l.exoiid his ability to secure.
Warr claims also that he has b.-en
in poor health since August. VMV2. and
fears that his continued confinement
in jail will prevent his ultimate re
The Petit Jurors.
The f llowinr panel of petit jurors
to report in the circuit court Feb. 1
Ii;i been drawn:
l!ow lintr .1 1 lui Newton. Wood Loiiur.
.lames Curry. .1 r.
Muttaio I'raiii. Albert Kohcrts.
( 'i rdo a -- .1 a mes Sallow s.
Mi-iiry .1. 1J. J'.owser, .1. W
Kdtri.iiyton .1. M. llauck.
I ia mpt on .!! n Korb.
Moliue (iraiuiv Parker. F
irrr. f. Kichard I'axti i. Henry Stdimidt.
dfdin I'aitttl. Henry .Johnson, (iust
l.a-e, F. F. C. Ibere," A. V. IMcrdah.1.
l'. rt i:ron--M. H. Denlriiiier," Kd
wan! Ni'Im.ii. .Iiiiih's llaire.
U-:ck Island Walter tiritlith.
Allcfs. K. T. Kinney. II. ("lemann
liani .1 ill n si hi. Kil Struck. i. W.
V. Fast land. Fred Schneider.
Ilcnke. .losiah 1 la sstdipiist . ('
Xehns. .1. I.. Freeman. K. T. D.dly. F
1,'uial--. lames Hanna.
South Mfdine John Lewis.
Zuma--('ha rles Oshorn.
TRI-CITY MUSICAL UNION
CONTINUES IN HARMONY
For several years pat there have
been two tri-city musical organiza
tions. One was the Tri-City Federa
tion nf Musical ("lubs. and the other
lle Tri-City Musical society. Last
week it wa- announced that the for
mer bad sii list it uted 1 he tri-city part
of l lie name for Davenport on ac
count of the Hi ck Island ami Mi line
diib- heretofore identified with it
having dropped out. The membership
of thi- organization is made up prin
cipally of ladies, who alternate their
mcctinirs at the homes of those be
!oiiid nir. haxini; programs of music,
instrumental an I vocal. Rut the Tri
Cit.v Musical society is made up f
the ban Is and ( ndiestras of the coni
tii n ii i t v. They are still ttiyether stick
ing, and it is at their request that this
announcement i- made.
Jan. it. M. I. lomlinson. et a!., to
(or.!. din Flliott. lots 11. V2 and l::
Id- ck 4. Pleasant View add.. Fa-t Mo-
Jotih L. I'ickman to Sidney An
derson, lot J. Flack Hawk Third ad:!
Kick Island. :?fin.
Just One Minute.
One Minute Cuih Cure r'vs relief
in one minute, because it kills the
tnicrf.be -which tickles the mucous
membrane, causing the cousjh. and at
the same time rlears the phlejrm.
draws out the inflammation and heals
and soothes the affected parts. One
Minute Coupli Cure strengthens the
luniks, wards ofT pneumonia and is a
harmless and never failintr cure in all
curable cases of couirhs. colds and
croup, tine .Minute (.outfit Hire is
pleasant to take, harmless and pood
alike fr young' and old. SM by all
CLAIM TO FORTUNE
Rock Island Man Expects to Soon Get
Share of Uncle's Millions.
Jacob Goldflam. the Eighteenth
street tailor, states that he has later
advices concerning the fortune of sev
eral millions left by Jacob (ioldflam.
who died in New York City, that make
him more confident than ever that he
is one of the real heirs. He claims to
have established his relationship, the
New Yorker having beer, a brother
of his father.
The Hock Islander litis a brother in
St. Joseph. Mo., and a sister in Chi
cago. The latter is well-to-do. The
New York inillirnaire was a bach
dor. (i. W. McCaskrin has been retained
to prosecute the local man's claim to
a share of the money. Mr. McCaskrin
was in Chicago recently and called
upon (ioldtlam's sister there. She has
employed an attorney also.
"From what I have been able to
learn on a hurried investigation there
seems little doubt that'iny client was
a nephew of the wealthy New York
bachelor." said Mr. McCaskrin. "The
main difficulty is that the matter has
been allowed to drag on so long that
complications have a risen, ot hers have
come 'forward with what appear to
be valid proofs if their relationship
to the millionaire, and it will be some
time before the tangle can be straight
IN THE SOCIAL REALM
Mrs. ('race Mackin entertained at
cards at her home on Second avenue
last evening. The prize winners were
Mrs. William McKniry. Miss Agnes
Fgan. F. I!. Sterling and L. C. I'foh.
Keek Island chapter. No. ti'.l. Order
of the Eastern Star, has issued invi
tations for a leap year ball 1o be given
the evening of Jan. 27.
Sciatic Rheamatlmn Caretl
Wagner, wholesale druggist,
Richmond, Va., says: I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid np almost two months; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. This cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. I have also heard
of fine results from others who have
used it. Sold br Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue. Rock Island. Gust
Schlegel & Son, 2 Wsot Second
Mrs. F. C. Dfiikmann is entertain
ing at a thimble party at her home on
Twenty-sixth street 1his afternoon.
The ('(ith anniversary f the Ladies'
Sewing society of the First Methodist
church is being observed with a cotVee
at the home of Mrs. M. T. Stafford,
Tiio Twentieth street, this afternoon.
A reception is to be given at the
Y. M. C. A. the evening of Jan. 2'. by
the Young Pe- pies society of P.road
way Presbyterian church. There is
to be a program and refreshments.
The order ' f the Red Cross will be
conferred on seven companions by
Rock Islan! comiiiaiiderv , No. is.
Knights Templar, at the .Masonic tem
ple next Monday afternoon, the ccrc
mi nics. which are to beyin at -I
o'clock. 1i be followed by a han.piet.
entertainiftent an I dance.
Yesterday afternoon, at the home
of Mrs. Thomas iSollman. in South
Rock Island, the A. C. club was or
ganized with a membership of 2.". The
(dub is compose. I of married ladies of
South Rock Island. The bject of the
oi ionization is to pay otV the debt on
the Aiken si reef chapel ami to pro
mote sociability among the members.
The following otlicers were elected:
Mrs. Thomas P.olimai:. president:
Mrs. W. Yalentine. vice president:
Mrs. John Siemon. secretary, and Mrs.
M. Rollman. treasurer. The first meet
ing of the club will be held Thursday
iifteriifii.il at flu- home of Mrs. M.
Forty couples of the members and
friends of the Thirty club enjoyed a
dance ;ivcii by the club at the Indus
trial home last evening. Mancingwa
indulged until 11 o'clock, when supper
was served on the second floor. Af
ter the supper the merry dancers
again made their wav to the ball
room, where the remainder of the
prigram was finished. Ogilen's or
chestra furiiisdied the music.
The first of a series of dances a r
rangel for the winter was given by
t he St a m:'a rd club at its ipiarters fin
Third avenue last niht. About twenty-live
couples from the Iri-cities
were present. 'I he spacious dining
and reception l:a!'s were converlcd in
to a very pretty ball I in. After the
dance a dclicieii- repast was serve!.
Lee (irabbe's orche-tra furnished the
E. !. Fo-( m entertained a number
of his friin!s at his heme last even
ing, the occa-ion being the '-nd an
niversary of his birth. At cards Mrs.
C. II. McDaniel won the tirst ladies'
prize and George Davis the fir-t gen
tleman's, while the consolations were
awarded to Mi-s Marv Fntrikin and
C. If. McDaniel.
GOTO HIGH SCHOOL
Twenty Pupils Complete Eighth
Grade Studies at
EXERCISES ARE HELD TODAY
Will Take. Up Their AdTanced
Work Monday of Coming
Today closed the first semester of
the public schools. The pupils who
completed the eighth class will Mon
day enter the high school. The com
pletion of the work ( f this class in
the Lincoln school was marked by
some very pleasant exercises today.
The 0 pupils who form this class
were all present, wearing class colors,
blue and white.. Dr. W. S. Marquis
made a short, earnest address, in
which he emphasized the fact that the
best lessons taught in their past
school life hail been, not those from
books directly, but those which tend
ed to the formation of tine character:
Truth, self-government ami obedience
to right a ut lit rity. That hereafter
fuller tests would come and greater
necessity for being ready to meet and
overcome temptation, each one for
Then Superintendent II. Ii. llayden.
with a few pointed remarks, present
the certificates to the pupils, after
which the pupils were dismissed, and
this phase i f their school life closed.
Thuel Enter High School.
The following are the names t f the
pupils who will next week enter the
high school from the Lincoln school:
John P. Soilerstrom. Carrie Anna
lanie!sen. Gladvs F. Kincnid. Hazel
M. Dimsinore. Minna E. Yoelekcrs.
Ruth Stremmcl. William J. Salzmann.
Gertrude Finkclstcin. Lily M. F.ichels
dorfer. Earl J. Fraser. Albert E.
Swann. I'.Iaiiclie Irene Maker. Mildred
Dauber, Arthur P. Fiilmer. Anna C.
Jenkins. Charles Howard P.leuer. Mar
go E. Durmaun. Charlotte A. McGin
ley. Hilda Alfrieda Krohn. liarbara
A class of in completed the eighth
grade at llnwt horne school. The mem
bers are: Clifford A. Andrews, Mary
P.ioderick. Joi; . P.ut ler. Josephine M.
Gredcr. Aaron Goldberg. Marie J.
Harder. Elsie M. Kale. Henry Natha
niel Winner, Marie C. Nicholas. Fred
E. J. Schenk.
A I'iloii-r In Her Ow n House.
Mrs. W. II. Layha. of 1 no 1 Agnes av
enue. Kansas C'ityMo Las for several
years been troubled with severe
hoarseness anil at times a bard cough,
which, she says, "would keep me in
doors for flays. I was prescribed for
by physicians with no noticeable re
sults. A friend pave me part of a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
with instructions to closely follow the
directions, and I wish to state that
after the first day I could notice a de
cided change for the better, and at
this time, after using it for two weeks,
have no hesitation in saving I realize
that I am entirely cured." This rem
edy is for sale by all drurrgiits.
II. F. Curti
Louis "n In-, of Edg'ttgt on. w as in
t he city t . da v .
Mayor William MeConochie is in St.
Louis tin business.
Miss Kathrync GiMim.re departed
for Reckford today to visit friends.
Miss Hazel 1'itton has departed for
her home in Peoria after a visit in
Rock I -In ut!.
MYs-. R.'.l. Dixon, of Forrest, Ill
has returned to her home after a visit
with Dr. and Mrs. I'pton.
Mr. and Mrs. William Holdorf. win.
were called here by the death of The
odore Holdf.tf. returned today to
their home in Omaha.
C. A. 1 Jeers, ticket agent at the Pe
oria depot, is visiting at the home of
his parenis in Cable. C. G. Williams,
of Shcrranl is taking his place.
Col. D. Jack Foster, of Chicago,
commander of the :!rd brigade. Ilii
iu is Xalioiial Guard: Lieut. (Jen. J. J.
Cains. Chicago; Lieut. Col. J. 1!.
Caughi y, Elgin; Lieut. Cf I. John R.
Kline. Chicago, members of his staff,
and Col. Roy M. Recce. f Springfield,
assistant adjutant general if the
state, were in the city Ihis morning,
having com.' here to attend the t h
regiment election being held at Mo
line 1o choose a major, ihe term of
Maj. W. F. l-iurie. of Sterling, having
expired. It is sai i Maj. Laurie will
ROCK ISLAND TO CHANGE
CHICAGO MORNING TRAIN
It is probable that a change in ihej
Lock Isiaml s time table will take ef
fect about the first of the in. nth.
When the time table was changed
some time ago the local passenger
leaving here for the cast at s o'clock
was taken off ami fine i f the earlier
train- lhat leaves here at 7:1" was
l u n local to Chicago. The complaint
against this run is that the time i--too
early ami that the train was sel
dom on time. It i- now very liUelv
that a heal passenger will be made
up here and will leave about s;i", a.m.
MONMOUTH Te AM WINNERS
Championship lianketluttl Game With
Mntcittlne Last ttht
Tilt-re was a basketball game of
more than ordinary interest at Mon
mouth last night, in which the Mon
mouth militiamen defeated the Coin
pan;, C team of Muscatine. Monmouth
ha.- been defeating everything that
came al hit tin- sea-on. includim.' the
team that lat-t year won the chaui-
ion-hip of Chicago. Mu-eatiue gave
the hardest battle encountered so far.
the score being "' to At tin- end
of the first half it wa- U'4 to and
at the end of the time limit of 1 he
second half to The tie was
played off. Monmouth e. inning. The
visiting team came in a special train
accompanied by a large crowd of
All the news all the time The
J Office Outfits
Roll Top Desks,
Flat Top Desks,
1 Standing Desks,
I Typewriter Desks,
I Office Chairs and
g In connection with a complete line of
I ELASTIC FILING
1 CABINETS and SUPPLIES
I Makes ours the most extensive Office
I Furniture Department in this vicinity
Davenport Furniture l
Carpet Company. Jz
123-125 West Third Street.
Choice of any in the store.
All Boys' and Children's
S0MMERS m. LA VELLE
1804 Second Ave., Bock Island.
-: 207 W. Second St., iv..
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Brandenburg Milliaery Store,
Corner Twentieth St. an d Fovfrth Ave.
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