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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1905.
Don't Think of
UNTIL YOU HAVE
SEEN OUR LINE. 38
ALL NEW AND BEAU
TIFUL IN THREE,
FOUR. SIX AND SEV
EN PIECE SETS.
Opposite Harper House.
Is what you get when you buy
our home-made candies. Made
strictly pure with the best of
material. We use a rich dairy
cream instead of caramel paste
In our caramels. There are none
Tri' Them at
1716-1718 Second Ave
AID TO STUDENTS
Legislature's Last Enactment
Provides for Free Scholar
ship for Each County.
TUITION FOR FOUR YEARS
Person Selected by Competitive Exam
ination Has Six Years to Con
clude Collegiate Course.
V. I Pillsbury, registrar of the Uni
versity of Illinois, has issued a circu
lar to the county superintendents of
schools calling attention to the schol
arships offered by the state for the
university, according to the enactment
of the lat legislature. The first sec
tion of the enactment provides: "Thai
In order to equalize the advantages of
the University of Illinois, there shall
be awarded, annually, to each county,
one scholarship, which shall entitle the
holder thereof to gratuitous instruction
in the University of Illinois, for a peri
od of four years."
The county superintendent shall re
ceive and register the names of all ap
plicants for such scholarships, and
shall hold an examination on the first
Saturday in June of each year, accord
ing to rules and regulations prescribe-!
by the president of the university, and
the student found to iossess the high
est qualifications shall be entitled to
such scholarship: provided, however,
that every applicant shall be at least
10 years of age. and a resident of tho
county in which such examination is
held: and, provided, further, that no
student who has attended the Univer
sity of urinous shall be eligible to such
Kavmpt from I'rea.
Any scholarship Issued under the
provisions of this act exempts the
holder from the payment of tuition and
fees except for laboratory supplies.
up away the life of srhilii. Mra. fiot fried
ItuiuM-, karwaiwe. Ill..aaya: "My dauitliu-r
waa failing rapiilly, Uw auar tuur atuiu
ah woriiia. A fur taking- Itutlialf m
tabW-tor kickapoo Worm Killer she paasrtf
ail wnrnia. Mw now sler-ps well and u
positively ranoTM all worms, lravinjr no
ill-rOVit. din foul lrnttii. tirrUa,
t,t-wUiiiir, forMUiimfioii. iMwivlimfw,
aiiaavn. n-.or mowy back, IruicKiata or
by luaii. xac Samolwa bjmI ad view free.
Kickaso Msaicriis Cs. Clintoilll,Confi.
1 476 POUNDS
I The Largest and Finest Cheese
Shown in Rock Island in Shield's
Cash Grocery Store Windows.
COME AND SEE IT. GLANCE AT THE FOLLOWING
LIST AND THAT WILL GIVE YOU THE REASON
WHY SHIELDS' CA8H GROCERY IS A BUSY STORE,
FOR HE HAS THE LARGEST STOCK AND SELLS IT
21 pouuds granulated
Sugar , Sl.OO
l'atent Flour, per
sack SI. 17
New York Buckwheat,
per sack 35
Com Meal, fresh ground.
per sack 15c
Hock Island Corn, per
Canned Peas, pr dozen.
Fr-urh Red Kidney Beans,
per dozen 90?
Tomatoes, per dozen,
Wax IUans. n r dozen.
iiiecotirdi. per doen.
3 lbs Baked Beans.
p r dozen 90C
3 lbs Pumpkin, per
1 lb. Tall Salmon,
per doxeu 9 iC
Oil Sardiues, oer dozen.
Mustard Sardines. large
Can Creams, per dozen,
3 lb. call Blackberries,
pr dozeu 95c
3 lt. can Apple Butter.
per dozen 95C
3 lb. can Pears, per
dozen SI. 10
3 lb. can Peaches, per
dozen SI. 20
l.arge bottle Catsup.
per dozen 92C
Can Jams, per dozen.
Can Preserves, per dozen,
Star Tobacco, per
Dried Apricots, per
4 pkgs. Mince Meat
White Hoop Holland Her-
riug. ier keg 72c
I.arge Pickles, per gallon,
Dill Pickles, per gallon,
Sweet Rtllsh. per quart,
Queen Olives, per quart,
Fancy new Mackerel,
3 for 25C
5 lbs. Bulk Starch
Shredded Cocoanut, per
Candied Citron, per lb.,
Candied lA-nion and Orange
4 lbs new dried Lima
Barrel of best Matches.
2 barrels for 25c
10 bars It nox. Santa Claus
or Swift's Pride Soap 25c
Gold Dust. Johnson or Cud- -
ahy Washing Powder 15c
Sa polio. ic; 2
l,arge Ivory Soap. 8c; 2
Syrup, gallon cans,
Pure Maple Syrup, per
gallon cans S1.20
3 pkgs. cleaned Currants
3 pkgs. KaUins
Dried Peaches, per
Stronghold Tobacco, per
Smoking Tobacco, per
The course must be concluded in not
less than six years.
w nere no return is made from any
county, the president of the university
may assign to that county from some
other county the person found to pos
sess the next highest qualifications.
. SHIELDS CASH GROCERY,
JV..T2 rtfili Aveaar. Uoth rbaaea.
Sherrard. Nov. 23. George Leif went
to Moline to look after John Swanson.
who is sick with typhoid fever. Mr.
Leif is his guardian.
David Swank and wife visited with
his folks at the county farm Sunday.
Rev. Overton, of Astoria, 111., is as
sisting Rev. Arborgast with the revival
meetings at the U. B. church.
Mr. and Mrs. Fowler, of Geneseo,
came Thursday evening and attended
the funeral of Mrs. Fowler's father,
James W. Stevenson, who was killed
Wednesday and was buried Friday.
Miss Iva Johnson, of Reynolds, who
was viisiting her sister, Mrs. Gus Otto,
who has been very sick, returned to
her home Wednesday.
Mrs. Ivy Ellis went to Viola to visit
with relatives for a few days.
John Rowe, who went to England
three or four months ago, returned
last Monday to Sherrard.
Tony Flaherty returned to Rock
Island Tuesday after a vwek's visit
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Barney Flaherty, of Rock Island, vis
ited his parents Sunday.
Henry Irvin was in Rock Island Sun
Mrs. Hiller and daughter went to
Colchester last week to attend the fu
neral of Mrs. Hillerv's mother. Mrs.
Victoria Samuelsou, of Orion, vis
ited with her sister, Mrs. Paulina
Stone, in Sherrard. from Thursday till
Mrs. George Illingsworth and son
returned to St. Louis last week after
a 10 days' visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Beveridge.
William Gibson. Jr.. of Laurens, Iowa
came Tuesday evening to visit his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. William Gibson and
to spend Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Scott and daughter, Genevieve
were in Rock Island on business Wed
Hamlet. Nov. 23. George Taylor,
Sam Dumbell and Jesse and Frank
Cooper went to the bay Tuesday.
George Taylor Sam Dumbell and
Jesse and Frank Cooper went to the
Mrs. Lucinda Boyles celebrated her
74th birthday anniversary last Satur
day. It not being convenient for the
children to be with her on Saturday,
they spent Sunday with her.
Lewis Gridley aud family spent Sat
urday night ami Sunday with John
Sproston's. of Perryton.
Will Cook shipped cattle to Chicago
uooert bproston and family were
Sunday guests at Lester Cooper's.
O. N. Phillips is sick.
A number of Fanny Lee's friends
helped her celebrate her ninth birth
Jesse Cooper visited Saturday and
Sunday with his cousin, Levi Cooper,
near New Boston.
Lived at Green River.
Now it develops that Miss Maude
Reese, who was killed by a burglar at
Chicago this week, formerly lived at
Green River, just across Rock river in
Henry county. A sifter, Mrs. Allen,
is now a resident of the Henry county
TENT COLONY IS
TO BE DEDICATED
Do not be deceived by counterfeits
when you buy Witch Hazel Salve. The
name of E. C. DeWItt & Co. is on ex-
ery box of the genuine. Piles in their
worst form will soon pass away if yo
will apply DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salv
night and morning. Best for cuts
burns, boils, tetter, eczema, etc. Sold
by all druggists.
Beats Anything We Ever
Our well known druggist, II. 0.
Rolfs, is very enthusiastic over the
delicious cod liver oil preparation.
which contains no oil. In referring to
the matter, said Mr. Rolfs: "We sell
many tonics, anu we nanuie an Kinas
of remedies that claim to be invigora-
tors and strength creators. We do
this because we are druggists, and it
is our business to supply the public
with what they want.
"When our advice Is asked, however,
in regard to a tonic, body-builder or
strenKth-crcator. we invariably recom
mend Vinol, as we know of nothing
that can compare with it.
In Vinol modtrn science has given
us an oi me tonic, uoiy-uuuuiug ami
curative properties of that famous old
remedy cod liver oil. actually taken
from fresh cods' livers, without a drop
of the obnoxious and system-clogging
grtase which characterizes old fash
ioned cod liver oil and emulsions, and
which has proved such a drawback.
"Vinol i not a patent medicine as
the label on each bottle tells every
thing it coutains, therefore you know
exactly what you are taking.
-la the most natural manner it tones
up the digestive organs, creates a
hearty appetite, makes rich red blood,
and strengthens every organ in the
body to do its work as nature intend
ed. "Our faith in Vinol is so strong that
we gladly offer to refund the money
in every case where it fails to give
satisfaction. H. O. Rolfs. Harp r House
The Store That Proves
Aivd Underselling Su
An Intelligent Pviblic Will Not
Be Misled by the Exaggerated
Statements of Some Concerns
Who Continvie to Sell Inferior
Clothing at Exorbitant Prices.
UK IDEAL C
AFFORDS EVERY CONVENIENCE OF ANY SO-CALLED ORDINARY CASH STORES, WITHOUT THE
FAULTS OR DRAWBACKS OF SUCH CONCERNS, WHO FAVOR CREDI IT TO THE FEW ONLY, AND CASH
TO THE MASSES. YOU ARE WELCOME TO SELECT ANY GOODS IN A NY OF OUR NUMEROUS DEPART
MENTS, MAKE YOUR PURCHASE IN THE USUAL WAY, AND SIMPLY HAVE IT CHARGED, IF YOU SO
SPECIAL HOLIDAY OF!
EXTRAORDINARY LIBERAL ARRANGEMENT WILL BE MADE FOR THE PUBLIC BETWEEN NOW AND
XMAS TO ALLOW OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS TO USE THEIR CASH FOR OTHER NECESSITIES.
Once You Realize the Difference
BETWEEN THE PEOPLE'S RE
LIABLE STORE AND THE IMI
TATORS, YOU WILL UNDERSTAND WHY 10,000 PEOPLE OF THE THKEE CITIES WILL NOT TRADE ELSE
WHERE. IF YOU DESI RE TO CLOT H E YOUR FAMILY PROPERLY, CONVENIENTLY AND ECONOMICAL
LY BE SURE YOU SEETHE PEOPLE'S. WE GUARANTEE TO SUPPLY YOU CLOTHING OF STANDARD
QUALITIES AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. THE LARGEST STOCK AND BEST STYLES TO SELECT
FROM, AND MOST LIBERAL CREDiT TERMS ON EARTH ARE CHEERFULLY EXTENDED TO HONEST
319-21 Twentieth Street
fare and a third, on the certificate plan,
from all points in Illinois. Street cars
direct from railway depots lo the Tent '
colony. KxercLses in large hall on .
grounds. Ample protection if weather
Fitting Exercises Arranged for at Tu
berculosis Institution at Otta
v wa Dec. 12.
The Ottawa Tent colony, which was
established a little more than a year
ago to demonstrate the curability of
tuberculosis in this climate, has been
fully aa successful as its promoters an
ticipated. In order to facilitate the
Work, meet the increased demand, and
make the treatment more attractive,
extensive improvements have been
made. To increase its educational
value, by getting in closer touch with
the public, it is projosed to dedicate
This institution on Tuesday. Dec. 12.
I!i0o. Invitations are beintr very gen
erally sent to tiin iiitdieal profession
of this state as also to prominent lay
men interested in the crusade against
tuberculosis. The urogram will be
short and informal, consisting of an ad
dress by Dr. Frank Hillings, of Chica-
gu, and short addresses by prominent
physicians and laymen, interspersed
with music. In a circular pent out by
Dr. J. W. Pettlt and E. H. Hutterfield
it is said: "The opt n air and dietetic
treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis is
no longer an experiment, but an as
s;ired success. This makes it the duty
of every physician to familiarize him
self with the methods of treatment and
equipment necessary to its successful
application. No amount of reading will
convey as much information as can be
obtained by a short visit to a tuberculo
sis sanitarium. It is a matter of inter
ei-t 'o pee how comfortably patients
are housed in tints in winter time. It
is believed that the jccasiou can b
made one of interest to those who at
tend, and assist very materially in at
tracting attention to The tuberculosis
propaganda in this state.
The leading citizens of Ottawa will
join with the committee in extending
a welcome. Ample provision will be
made to insure personal attention to
each guest. These are some of the in
due meets offered: A buffet luncheon
will be served. Excursion rates of
VIOLATEDTHE ELECTION LAWS
Charge Against Five Kewaneeans In
dicted in Henry County.
According to the finding of the Hen
ry county grann jury ivewanee nave
five citizens who violated the law at
the recent election. Yesterday the
jury returned indictments for Joseph
Eskoff. Jost-ph Stares, Adam Mabros-
ki, Anton Galasky and Gilbert lierg.
Galasky and Stares were held in $1,000
and the other three in $700 bail for ap
. .. M
JR. "W V-i
We are justly proud of the great
Increase in our business this sea
son. It shows that the Indies ap
preciate the fact that we give every
lady the correct millinety at the
right price. Every hat is planue.l
for each individual customer.
Brandenburg Millinery Store
Corner cf Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue
II II II S. - Aaaaa -
The rendezvous of New York's most fash
ionable men. The dimI papaUrfanntnt to
set off a good fig-arc to advantage Is tho
Doable Breasted PALETOT labeled
It is the smartest coat of the season ia
style, fit, and all arouad beauty.
The makers jruar&ntxe, and ours, with every
gaj-iMt-ut irxri&g this UU-L
We are exduaive agents here.
' THE LONDON
"You Know U
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Let's think about somebody and talk about them. All
right, who will it be7 I "row who. Why Jones, tho sec
ond hand and loan man. How is it that he does such
a large business? Weil, I'll tell you. Of course, he Is a
crank. But what do I or anybody else care. Look at those
big dollars you save by doing business with him for he is
certainly more reliable and the Best By Every TesL
The Meanest Man in Town.
GOODS ON PAYMENT WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.
Old 'Phone West 70-L. 1623 Second Avenue.
n A TT A IKJC I" Diamonds
JL1 JrX K 1 &ll uuredeeiiK
GEL'S, L'2 Twentieth street; 'oLoneTul-X. Money
, Watches, Clothins. and I
ed K"odH, at UNCLE 81 E- I
iotiey to loan ou tverythiu I