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Will soon warble forth his gushing lays and all nature will again be glad. With the return of warm days, many things to make the home table more tempting will be found, and there will be, as in the past, abundant opportunity for selection at Shields. No matter how large or small your yearly dealings are you can save money at Rock Island's 1'ioneer Cash Grocery. Read the list: SOMUCHISNOWDONE Republican City-Township Con vention Has Been Held. BUT TEE TASK WILL BID THXBF. DM formality mt aatsc OulUttM paa4 of HI Mm Mteoted to roflara Ht-BWfSMBl ' HlShi't Oataartaf at larnir Hall IMN Xaaad. The rcpublicn h:sis gathered at Turner hail last evenicg u icduce a tew of the feithlul to stand upsgaiat the candidates whom the ceniocrats havu nominated in the citj-towahip election. Here are the one tbev e- - -wwWww aey Miaaeeota Flotr. par sk 111) reek Orahaai Hoar, par aack.. tSa reea Cora Meai. per aaefe Se bare Arsao.r Soap ?4c ' hare Uao Soap Mt i bare Oread leader leap SSa now Bor Weenie Powder, 4 poaad package L lea jaUlerala Baislas. par poaad . J poaad fa peaada for Ma allforala DrUd Aprleou. par poaad fa aa eora. par eaa ea sea. par eaa la ring Beans, par eaa 7te 'idea Wat Beaaa. S eaaa Ma J poaad can Black berries, 3 csas 2c 1-pound caa Vgg Plums 10c lected: j Superrlaor Aalttui Supervisors .A. F. mi. i. Ac- -or Collector K. A. Donaldson, chairman of city-township committer, mounted Large rick lea. per gallon. lie the stage at 8 o'clock and hammered hie support mi oimr. uwas severs, moments The namea nf .1 4-pecaeges Miaee Meat. JSc l-pnead packaf a Corn Starch 4c 15 aoaad Pail Jelly, aaaortad flavors Sac II ponds wraasleted Sugar . .11.00 S-failoa PaU Syrep. 44a Waeil Oats. J packafas for. .. 16o Maple Soger . per gallon SOe Ammonia, par bctUe 5c Raaelaa More Polish, par eaa ... Se Baking powder, par eaa Sc Dr. Price Baking Powder, per poaad 3c Lemp Chlmoeye. No. 1 Se Mackerel. 3 for 10c White Fiah, 4 for Sc SHI ELDS "hone 1917. 2600 Flflh Ave. I Clljf Id do I I CUJf UUCd Is an old expression that dealt with personality. It's just as true in a business way. If you are well treated by a merchant you go again, and the results are that if his goods are satisfactory you may become a permanent customer. The treatment you receive at Folsom's jewelry store is calculated to make and give you such values and workmanseip as will please you and bring you back again. Keep this in mind, then, and when you are looking around remember it pays to trade where "MERIT IS THE MOTTO." Folsom's My sioio. Stearns Ricycles J. Incrurn K A oeroreho succeeded in gettsn; the Donaldson, Oloff Atkinson and J. B ears of the assembled membere of Sshoes eel were nrenABted for eitv. the grand old pirty. yulet was fin- township committeeman. Messrs. ally restored and tne Celegatcs Ingram and Schoessel withdrew. J. removed their bonnets, and the it. Noftsker moved to nnminatn Mr chairman read the oall, and then ! Mr. Don alrfann hv arrlamatinn. hnt presented the name of B. I. Knot, he was snooted down and reminded for temporary chairmao. He was 1 that the Seventh warder was still ta elected witbont opposition. Mr. Knox said he had a bad cold. and did not know whether he was capable of doing justice to the posi tion the convention had called him to EVERYWHER Arsenal Activity Shown at All Ordnance Establishments But This. GEHERAL DOUBLIH G OF CAPACITY. TF AKeUB. FBIDAY, MARCH 18, 1898. formal ballot for the second oandi date resulted in the selection of Bra- ntr by the unanimous vote of the cenvention, Kahneman having with drawn in favor of the nominee. J L. Freeman, William Ramskill and George P. Nlssen were plaoed in n mination for assessor. The dele gates were growing weary, and a motion that the oret ballot bo for mal waa carried with a whoop. It told this story: Freeman. 68; Ram skill, 22; Nissan, 12. Mr. Nissen thereupon moved Mr. Freeman's unanimous nomination. The dele gates ail said Tea, and Mr. Freeman mounted a chair and sail he wa thank fal for the honor which had been conferred upon him for the fifth consecutive time by the republican party. For collector. G H. McKswn. Ar- die Bradford and John H. Lloyd were placed In nomination. A motion to have an informal ballot was defeated, and the delegates got their heads to gether to decide the contest the first w. it. nKrXKK ,bt vote to 19 for Bradford and 17 ...J U FKKtMAN for l.'ovd. ...U. H. McKlUVK fr MpKnarn crnt nr. nn a ilnn! nrf the threw a few words of jolly into his hiiows for rallying so fattlifullv to E ELSE. the 'Mr. rare. One ballot was decisive, Donaldson beine elected bv a vote of 57 to 45 for Atkinson. Mr. Donaldson was called from the rear of the hall. He thanked the Two starts tha Basa witn Mat oa Eze Uoa aad Thra RtUyi ot Man Have Ban Pat on M SprlngA 11 Armory Tha Mattar u Worth IaTOattaa- lion. The state of affairs at Rok Ilaui arsenal, despite the increased activi ties at all other ordnance establish ments throughout the country, aa alluded to in ust night's Auous, has aroused muon interest and no little speculation as to the cause. That there ap ears to be a discrimination againu Rock Island arsenal is mani fest by reason of the fact that lu every other arsenal throughout the country business is hamming. Two shifts of men as originally ordered here, but later countermanded, is tbe inveriable rule, and at Springfield arsenal three shifts of men nave been put on. hoaia Ha Looked Into. The situation at Rock Island arse nal and tbe cause thereof should be inquired into by the congressmen from this localitr. and at one When Caot. Blunt was asked with reierence fill. But Be Would make aStrn?eleat ! taia for hninir an irnnH tn him anil it, anyhow. Then he gave his fellows . .aid he wonld fill tho iob to tha ben little advice on harmony, -and : of his abilitv. aa he had in the oast. hoped no on. wonld feel offended ' Then the faithful dispersed. if they failed in securing a nomina-1 Uon which they were eeeking." WOODMEN CORNERSTONE. Johnny Kinck presented tbe name ot W H. Schillinger for secretary Chairmen Knox misunderstood tbe little gentleman from the Third i ward and put his name before the convention. But Johnuv was in stantly on his feet clamoring for recognition, while the delegates wete laugning at tbe blander ol the olair- j after order had been reatored and Mr. Schillinger waa called to the secretary's chair. And the call waa read once more. The chair appointed W. J. Gaba g.n, Thomas Cox, John O. Fretd, S. M. Arndt, Dr J. R. Hollowbnsh, L. Frink and Oloff Atkinson a com- mitlee on credentials, a chase around the hall back and reported the following en titled to a holler in the meeting: ICrretors rn April XI m tha Date of the t eremnnlii-N otrr. The directors of the Modern Wood men yesterday afternoon sfter a con ference with Warren R. Roberts, fixed April 21 as the date of the lay ing of the cornerstone of the order home on Fifteenth street and Third avenue. A resolution waa naaaarl in. , vitine YMUiani J. Bryan, democratic candidate for president in 1896, to make the principal address, and ask- icg Head Consul W. A. North. cott to respond in bfbalf nf the management of the order j General Attorney J. G. Johnson. Di rtctor J. W . White and Head Clerk They touk , Hawes were appointed a ommittee and came : to have general charze of the ceremo nies and to confer with the Wood men campi in Rock Island county Tha Url.gataa. First Ward F.dward Slubr, John Ackerman, William Wiikins, E. Us terman, J U Reames, Fred Blade!, A. Lindstrom, Adolph Carlson, W. J. (iihagen, K B. McKown, Hermsu Applequist, David 8barp, Jjha Kot IstC beoond Ward N. U. Nelson, J u L? . u? I . I"- ' "i -ODD"on' effort to have ., . quiiiuw, At. aiur, ib'jiubs tux, ' 11. Krombeck, A. Lindblom, J. Range, ! A. Oswald, A. Tabor, J. Renlx, A. Limnert, 11. Barns and J. Gut. weiler. Third Ward John O. Freed, F. R. Schrocder, John Shelley, II Schm'tten, Aaron Andersen, with reference to tbe same. The W. A. Corcoran, L. Harry Polls, S. R. E. Uemcnwav, ! Wriht, W. L. Lewis, ! committer wis aathorizad to extend i a general invitation to all the camps . in mo ora-r s jurisdiction to attend and participate in the ceremonies ' T-1 . -i.i ... : inherent win De a notaDie one in w i oavra i, and it is expected that ih. r Aui be a laree patherinrr of uitin bars from all over the country i the directors will make a btione Mr. Bryan make ihe principal speech, as thev coi.eider it most n-.tmg mat ne stiouia do so, in I view of his having introduced the I original resolution and advocated its passage nt the 1892 head camo at (!nnh, f r lm r.r.-tt1 I tk. jl I mon hA.1nit..l... , 1 ". ' . a. MvnuufiiHB 1IUUI r UilUU IU Hock Islr-nd. ARE THE BEST AND THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. Ludolph, John Rinck, H George Baker. William G all Fourth Ward J. T. W. A.Norris. Dr. F M. Sala. Charles Willis. J. W. Stewart, C. H. Wirt, C. la Walker, Phil Miller. George E Bailey. Sam Arndt. Frank Brongh, John Ingram. Cbarlts Spencer, L. Giles. Fifth Ward Frank Robinson, L Eihl. Charles Oswald. J. T. Brown, Dr. J. R Hollowbush, Frank C.,1 ins. em Willis. II A. Weld. M. V. Arober. J. N. Huntoon. B. F. Klox, M. Cjlligan and William Stewart. cixtb Ward William Kahneman, W. H. Schlllirger. J. B Schoessel. W. Blad.l. H. Horr, L. Frink, George P. Nissen, William M Cono chir, John Major, Cbarlea Krabben hoeft. Eli Rich. William Fn.stedt, George Nirhols. Seventh Ward V. O Peterson, C. A. Lofgrea, E. F. Godfrey, George Archer. F. M Sinnet, W. W Scott. Oloff Atkinson, Henry Empke, A. Peurson. Frank Nelson, A. R. Hincke. John Leaf. E H. Berry, G. A. East berg. Jam.s kl : Bride. T. R Goddard, J. A. Kaithel. Frank Torn, holm. U. H. HoUtnd. The temporary organisation was made permanent on motion of H. A. Weld. Anthony F. Hill and William Rinck were placed in nomination for supervisor. Director J. N. Roece returned hrsme to Springfield last night. F. O Van Galder. Woodman, retorted editor cf the last nigul to "551 Sycamore.' Ill Lnlrr the new plan adopted for tne increasing or tbe membership of toe novai ueignoora, the mana?. a rat confidently expects an increase of 1,000 per month fcr the balaac ot the year. Mrs. E. B. Watt, supreme oracle, auu airs, nmnie rielder, supreme recorder, of the Rojal Neighbors, en last n'gni tor their respective uumcs in uasni ana r ecria 1898 Stearns $50 and S73. 1897 Stearns $37.50. 1898 Tandems $100. Pttto Crest Bicycles, up-to-date. $35. 1 Remember we are the agents for Chase Tires and fix the punctures free. Our entire stock of Sundries, 4 including lamps, is the best in town. We carry no No. s stock. oa Elg kteeati Street. Polio. Notes. Joe Murphy and James Hope, hobos, arrest? d by Officer Fitzgerald for disorderly conduct, were fined $26 and costs apiece by Magistrate aiauora. xney went to the county Oscar Anderson was fined $1 and costs for assanlt and battery. He paiu Tha Wo torn Way Commends itself to the well informed to do pleasantly and off- dually what was formerly done in the crudest msnner and disagreeably as well ro oleanse the system snd break up colds, headaches and fevers without unpleasant after effects, use the de lightful liquid laxative remedy. sjrnpolrigs. Made by California rig ay rap company J. N. Hnntoon. John O Fraeri and William McConochie ware annotated - ' tellers, and the convention proceeded 5 J0n Te.' Probbl7 to an Informal ballot. When the I re";,e Jtaa like Foley's Honey votes began to roll in it looked "d T' t0 hnX Tonr laa& "tP aloomrfor Mr. Rinck and his son i he r-okineT cg i no. dental to thU Johnny arose and moved thei !?, , unanimous choice of Mr. Hill. Th. ; . . " " A xml cougn meu I motion carried with only a few die-1 l0'M. " nqntionably the bast rem .1 i . Gecrg. SoUnder. William Kuhne i?u. W. B. Bruner, H. A. J. McDonald aad Dr. J. F. Myers were pat np for sistant supervisor. It was decided to vote on on. candidate at a time. An informal ballot resulted: Solan der. 35; Kahneman. IS: Brnner, 24; Mjers, S; MoDonald, 26 Here is how th. formal ballot came out: So under. 67; Bruner, 17; McDosald, 28. Mr. Solander having received the necessary number of votes was declared one of the aosaiaaas. A td v for the throat and lunge. Pleas ant to take and is guaranteed. For sale by T. H. Thomas. any Paoo - bun Drink ss- J Coffee at night. It spoils their sleep. ion can drink Grain-0 when yon please and sleen like a inn cv.r Graln-O doea not stimulate: it nour ishes, cheers and feeds. Tet it looks and tastes like the besl coffee. For nervens persons, yonng people and children, brain-O is the perfect drink. Mad. from par. grains. Gat a package from your grocer today Try it in place of coffee. 15 and 26c. ho or Pi to this this morn in p said he had no more idea the cauae of tbe change in ans here than anyone else. In re ply to the query as to increased forces at the other arsenals, Capt Blnnt said that it was a fact that all other arsenals were working dnuhln shifts ot men and Springfield arsenal turee. Two Ticket la And la-la. Andalusia township has two tickets a citizens and republican in the field. The republican is composed of: Supervisor, J. C. Burgoyne; town olerk, J.J.Huntley; assessor, George Burgoyne; collector, John Mounts; justice ot the peace. Milton Buffum; constable. Henry Thomp son; commissioner, B. F. Ballard; school trustee, Albert Hartman; poundmaster, A. G. Oldham. Her. is th. citizens' ticket: Supervisor. G- E. Spiokler; town clerk, B. B. H untie v; assessor. J. D. Kane: col lector, T. W. Simmons; justice of the peace, cuaries Huntley; constable, Frank Scefeldt; commissioner, Albert Hartman; school trustee. Elmer Van- derveer. Tn Nfw Hrl Jfe. The contract for the new Crescent bridge has not vet been awarded. The folio wit g is an estimate of the weight ot tbe superstructure, which includes all the structure above tha piers, with the viaduct that eroacaa Seventh street, Rock IUnd, just as that thoroughfare intersects the river: Rock Island viaduct over Sev entn street Three spans of Jim feet each. Draw span Span M feet , i uree spans ur "J6 feet. . 17.1000 pounds .I.l.tt.tJUU .i.u sjoes . l SSt (Km usvjes . -u ' ..liP.WV One HO-foot Kirdcr 44.nj Steel castings Draw span machinery. 5,64)1.000 ss.rst Total . "Si. 1( pounds. Tb Uanjt or Sprliiv: Which arise from impurities in the blood and a depleted condition of this vital fluid may be entirely averted by Honrr Ssrasparilla. This great medicine cures all spring hu mors, bolls, eruptions and sores, and Dy enriching and vitalizing the blood, u overci m'is that tired feeling and gives vitality and vigor. Hood's Pills cares nausea, sick headache, billionsness and all liver (lis. Price 25 cents. Subscribe for The A rocs What is Home 1 Without a Clock? NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY Hall Seats. Hanging Hall Glasses. i CO GL CD Tfftfffl A co WE HAVE THE LiRQEST ASSORTMENT OF Brass and Iron Beds Ever shown in th. three cities. Th. Pries Will Plats. Yon. See oar line before baying. lA.J.Smith&Son: S 123. 125 Wst Third Street DAVENPORT. j wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww Be Fall Will ml And see our Spring Stock of boys', child ren's and little fellows' clothiag. It pre sents an opportunity for economical buying that nobody can afford to miss. POPULAR STYLES, Late novelties, standard grades, and newest attractions are found in abund ance in this line of Boys' Clothes. No question about these goods pleasing they make none better. No question about prices being satisfactory None can sell cheaper. r I SOMMERS d LaVELLE. (804 Second Avenue One Price. A Clock is truly one of th. t necessities of home. The 1 v housewife needs one con- 'r stantly to time the duties I ot the day. The children most be in time for school, dinner most be ready at S the right time tor the "man v of the bouse." In fact every little duty must be done at the right time. A J clock can ba ornamental as well aa useful. They are all Q 0 kinds and shapes to suit 5 the fancy. 0UR CLOCKS ; Are from the beet factories. v Beautifu, and attractive in appearance. Tears of ex- P perience have taught us just how and where to buy clocks to give our custo- v mers the benefit of low prices aad high quality. fr We have just received 1 large number ot the very I latest designs. 4jj III RANSER, SB. It Dixks Xitiitictmlj, Spring Styles in Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Footwear Are now in and open for your inspection. We are prepared to show you the nobbiest line of spring and summer shoes in the city. Newest shades in brown leather with fancy vesting tops, also a full line of black vesting tops. Prices from $2 and np. Widths AA to EE. CBNTBAL 8HOE STORE, 1711 SECOND A VENDS. MANY TIMES Comfcrt will come your way If vour shoes fit well Our Year of Experience are worth a good deal to you Get your feet fitted to good, easy, sty Ish shoes We are ANXIOUS TO DO WELL By yon, acd we will meet any competition. We keep rtl'able makes of the best Ask to seeonr gentlemen's shoes at $2.50. $3 and $3 50. Bat in the market for the money. DOLLY BROS.