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THU AHGTTS, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1903.
ILoses is; Here
And with it comes one of the most pleasant seasons of
the year. Speaking of pleasant things, perhaps it
would not be amiss to tell yon what a pleasure others
have found it to trade at SHIELDS' CASH GItOCERY.
Goods of the best quality and always fresh, prices
which cannot be duplicated for lowness, courteous
treatment and prompt del t very are some of the things
that have tended to make this store the great trading
point that it is. Are you a c ustomer? Look over these
(Hold Label sardines, .
2 cans for ,
Pink salmon, 3 tall
Keyular 15c box toilet , 1
soap, per box
3 large bottles catsup
A. K. A. P. jar rubbers,
8c per doz.; 2 doz. for..,
food, this sale, 2 pkgs. . .
Maple Flakes breakfast
food, 2 pkgs
Xorka Oats, tliis sale,
2 pkgj. for
Shields' T.est XXXX '
patent flour, per sack. .
' lb. .lumbo smoking-
10c Ivory soap.
2 bars for
llegular 10c sack salt,
Java and Mocha coffee, per-lb.
2Sc, 4 lbs.
I a pan tea, per
Oolong tea, per
liolled. A vena or Moth
er's Oats, 3 pkgs
Regular 10c can lye.
1 lb. pkg. cold water
Good Mm coffee, 10o lb
11 lbs. for
Jersey lunch crackers,
3 lbs. for
Mary 'Anns, 3 lls.
4 lb. pkg. (.old Dust,
per pkg "
lialston's hominy grits,
Swift's Pride soap,
8 bars for
Diamond C soap,
5 bars for
Doll soap, 12 bars
Sa polio, Sc; 2 bars
10c Knameline Sc;
Yeast Foam, per
1 do., boxes parlor
1 lb. can Calumet baking
powder for . .
1 lb. can Price's baking
baking powder for
S lbs. California
3 lb. can baked beans,
3 lb. can Kock Island
pumpkin, 3 cans
ried apples, per
call i s ovki: i;itiii:i: mmiom:,
Special Offer in our
A Reduction of
20 Per Cent
Off of any Child's Suit
in the house, including
".- all the novelties, Sail
ors, Norf oiks, Vestees
and Wash Suits. At
our regular price we are
lower than any other
clothing house in the
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GOING INTO CAMP
Modern Woodmen Turn Their
Faces Toward the Indiana
SESSIONS' OPEN THERE TUESDAY
Gathering Will Be One of the Most
Important of the Year
Indianapolis for the next week will
oe the Mecca of Modern Woodmen
and already many have begun the pil
grimage. The board"- of directors,
which has been in sension here for
the past few days, will leave tonight.
This includes Chairman K. K. Murphy,
of Leavenworth. Kans.; A. R. Talbot,
of Lincoln, Xeb.; llenjumin D. Smith,
of Mankato, Minn.; C. (j. Saunders, of
Council UluFs, Iowa, and George Y.
Reilly. of lanville. 111. Head Consul
Y. A. Northcott, of (ireenville. III.,
and Head Attorney J. (i. Johnson, of
I'eabody. Kans., who have been here
during a jortion of the week, went on
to Indianapolis. Head Clerk and Mrs.
C. V, llawes, and F. (). Van (lalder,
editor of the Modern Woodman, left
yesterday and Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Kgan
left earlier in the week.
The drill teams from Camp 2( and
Camp 1.V10 are entered in the free-for-all
forester drill contest and will con
test for honors with 217 other teams,
which are also scheduled to try for
the coveted trophies.
The Kock Island county delegates
elected at the county camp April 1
will leave tomorrow, the delegation
consisting of tleorge W. Gamble, of
Moline; Daniel McKinney, of Kock
Island, and K. I. Wait, of Reynolds.
The alternates are C. K. Patties, of
Moline; C. .1. Searle. of Kock Island;
Dan Corken. of Kock Lland, and C. V..
lieviiiilils, of Cordova.
Work at Head Olttre.
Nearly all departments of the head
otbee in this city have been for weeks
past and are now working upon isoiue
matter that will concern the head
camp. There is a vast amount
of work in connection with the pre
parations for 'l hese biennial meetings
and no one knows the fact quite so
well as Head Clerk Hawes, upon whom
the burden mainly falls. '
Nearly oil preliminaries have' now
been completed for the big affair.
With the experience of past head
camps as the basis, a system of divi
sion of the work under various de
partmental heads has been mapped
out with the saute tltlelity to detail
and economy of time and effort that
speaks so eloquently for the ability of
the head clerk and that has brought
the Modern Woodmen to be conceded
the best handled fraternal organiza
tion extant. With all the simplifying
processes, .however, each succeeding
head camp furnishes a problem of its
own, and the one to be held next week
is no exception to Ihe rule. Of the
great gathering Head Council W, A.
reatent In History of Fraternal Uni.
"This will be the greatest national
gathering in the history of American
f raternalism. Over .n)0 uniformed
Foresters will be encamped, and $3,
OuO has been offered in prizes to the
best drilled teams. Those attending
will have the opportunity to see some
of the best drilled men in the country.
In addition to the 4t! delegates that
will compose the head camp there will
be thousands of prominent Woodmen
from over the jurisdiction who will
attend this meeting.
"In addition to the election of of
ficers for the ensuing term, changes in
the laws of the society will be con
sidered and acted upon, as this is the
supreme legislative body of tbe Wood
men. The great work of the Indian
apolis meeting will be in the revision
of the rates of insurance. The fra
ternal insurance societies of the coun
try have come to know that their
present rates are not adequate, and
they are all preparing to reise their
rates so that they will be on a sound
business fooling. What the Woodmen
do at Indianapolis on this question
will not only affect their own society,
but will have a great influence on the
other ;K)0 or more similar societies in
the United States.
fMrgrttt lasnrwnce Oraranlxatlnn.
"Ours is the largest insurance or
ganization in the world. We have more
policy holders than the New York
Life. The society was organizeil in
1SS3. and now has a membership of
over 7.10,000. This membership is lo
cated in all of the northern states
reaching from the Atlantic to the Pa
cific. The governors in nearly every
state in our society's jurisdiction are
members, as also ore the congress
men, state officers, legislators, judges,
etc. Hut the great bulk of our mein
lership is made up of laboring men
and farmers, the men who work for
a living ami who are industrious, mov
ing, influential factors in their 'com
munities. "The citizens of Indianapolis have
made great preparations for the en
tertainment of the head camp, 1 un
derstand. The governor, mayor, state
and city officials have combined to
give a royal welcome to the men who
wield the axes. The great parade of
Thursday afternoon. June" IS. will le
one of the greatest civic demonstrations-
the country has ever known.
I look for 30,000 "men to be in line if
the. wealher is good.
aaetMfoor BoimIi Wltn Catearcti.
Candy Cathartic, cure conatlpatloo forever
Meyer Rosenfield, of Des Moines, is
in the cit3-.
Willie, Loyal and John Iiobb have
gone to Nebraska for a visit.
Miss Elizabeth McIIugh is back from
St. Katharine's, where she has been
attending school during the year.
George Schafer, a former retail
salesman in Hock Island and now lo
cated at lvvans, Iowa, is calling on
William D. Snively, formerly of this
city, graduates from the medical de
partment of the University of Penn
sylvania June 17.
President Gustav Andreen. of Au
gustana college, went to Paxton. HI.,
today to attend a conference of the
Augustana synod, which is now in
session at that place.
D0WELL ROBBERY CASE
BEFORE THE CIRCUIT COURT
Willinm Dowell, who is accused of
robbing Alois Crombeecke of $4.75 at
the corner, of Fifteenth street and
Second avenue in Moline last Decem
ber, and against whom the grand
jury returned a true bill, was placed
on trial in the circuit court immedi
ately following the acquittal of Wil
liam Dudley yesterday afternoon.
Dowell was found guilty at the .lan
uary term of court, but a motion for
a new' trial was granted by Judge
Ligelow .n the ground that the iden
tification of the offender had not been
sufficiently established. I'eter Ingle
son, of Moline, appears for the de
fense, while State's Attorney Weld is
conducting the prosecution.
William Dudley, indicted for the
theft of a $20 gold watch belonging
to Charles Hume, of Moline. was found
not guilty in the circuit .court yester
day afternoon. He was defended by
W. J. Sweeney, while State's Attorney
IN SOCIAL REALM.
The iimiors of the Da veil liort liih
sehi.tl will give a reception and hop
to the graduating class tins evening
at P.lack Hawk Watch Tower.
Imitations are out for the next
dance in the Filiation's summer series.
It will be held at Ihe Watch Tower
the evening of Thursday. June fx.
The next dance following will be held
Thuisday eeniiig, July
The U. T. D. club pleasantly sur
piised Mrs. Allen Pratt at her home.
."(K Fourth avenue, last evening ami
spent several hours most enjoyably
with dancing and games, light re
freshments being served. Prizes for
those who excelled in a contest were
awarded to the Misses F.tta Melcren
aird'llattie Pratt, and K..y Huntley
ami ' Louis Rett ig.
Dang'r Hgt. Change
Line. Sa.m. 21 his.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 1 ..s -(KS
Ked Wing II ;.:. -1.1
Heed's Landing... 12
La Crosse 12 '.. -0.4
Prairie du thicn. . 1 n.7 -(..")
Dubuiiue 1.1 i:t.. -o.j
Le Claire lo ..:t -0.4
Davenport !." 12.2 -0.4
Des Moines Ilpds.. .. s.7 -0.:i
Keokuk l.'t Hi. 1 -O.S
st. Louis .?o :ir.( -o.:j
Kansas City 21 .IS.G -1.4
Kiver forecast for 4S hours ending S
a. m.. Sunday. June 14, I'.td:;: The .Mis
sissippi will continue to fall rapidly
between Dubuque ami Muscatine.
The Mac and Winona were down
and back ami the Gipsy anil Moun
tain I'elle brought down logs. The
Park I'dutV and (ilenmont went north.
The Helen Dlair was here from lbir
lington. The stage of water was 12.20
at G a. in. ami 12.10 nt noon. The tem
perature at noon was G.l.
I'ot low roiuta.
The police station is being repaper
ed, the hangers having started to
work on the walls today. All the
woodwork has been repainted, the
cells back of the ofHee cleaned, paint
ed and renovated, and a g ncral over
hauling instituted which is effecting
a transformation from the sordid,
gloomy appearance of old,.
A family affair was aired before
Magistrate Johnson at the police sta
tion this morning, the result being
that Conrad Zewcher was fined $:i and
osts on information filed by Karl
Zewcher, having technically violated
city ordinances in regard to peace
Do Yon Enjoy What Yon Kat?
If you don't your food does not do
you much good. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure is the remedy that, everyone
should; take when there is anything
wrong with the stomach. There is no
way to maintain the health and
strength of mind and body except by
nourishment. There is no way to
nourish except through the stomach.
The stomach must, be kept healthy,
pure and sweet or the strength will
let down and disease will set up. No
appetite, loss of strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad
breath, sour risings, rifting, indiges
tion, dyspepsia and all stomach trou
bles are quickly cured by the use of
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Hiess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seveuth street.
Chronic bronchial troubles and suta
mer coughs can be quickly relieved
and cured "by Foley's Honey and Tar.
SHOOTERS IN BAND
Longview Gun Club Organized at
Meeting Held Yesterday
AT RANGE ON HARPER FARM
Will Provide Apparatus and Hold
Yesterday afternoon at a meeting
held at the range on the farm of Rob
ert Harper on Aiken street in South
Kock Island the Longview Gun club
was brought into existence, the ad
vent of which marks an epoch in trap
shooting in this vicinity. For several
seasons a number of shooters have
been accustomed to meet occasion
ally on the Harper farm to test their
skill, but only recently was a move
ment to organize into a regular club
Gentlemen who have some skill
with the gun were interviewed on the
proposition and uniformly pronounc
ed themselves favorable to it. The re
sult is that the Longview Gun club
starts out with a membership of
including most of the good trap shoot
ers in the city.
The following officers have been
President Charles McIIugh.
Vice President Hobert Harper.
Secretary-Treasurer W. G. John
ston. The club will meet alternate Thurs
days at the range, which will be lifted
up with all modern appliances. The
necessary buildings will be provided
and a motor trap installed. The lat
ter will enable events to be pulled off
with much greater facility than with
the old-fashioned hand machines. It
is the intention of the gentlemen in
terested not only to meet as a club,
but to foster at least one eent each
season that will bring here good shots
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper- M. W. Koons, Wash
ington. Ohio; P. H. Donnelly, Chicago;
C. L. Metger. South P.end; Jl. M.
Ti mpkiiis. Galesburg; George L. I'.ow
lmm. Kingfisher. Okla.; W. O. Hitch
cock. Perin;. P. 11. Leonard. Minne
apolis; Charles K. Ditel. Chicago; I.
L. Hell. St. Louis; James L. Ferguson.
Chicago: II. H. Gordon Hoc hpste
A. . ll fTmaster, Chicago; Ivlward
11 a ii 17. Chicago; II. G. Dais. Chicago;
George W. White, Peoria; P.. II. Mil
ler, Peoria; F. L. Stewart. Carmi: F.
I)'. Toinpsoii. Cedar Kapids; F. !.'. Mc-
i orct. (.lucago; .P. I. Dubay. .Minneap
olis; A. (). Medlander. Indianaiiolis:
H. J. Millar. Chicago: II. Diinberger.
Joliet; J. Pearce. Chicago; I!. II.
McWilliams. Mattoon; W. 11. Tabor,
New York; W. M. McCuUhen. Chica
go; William Palmer. Chicago; II. J.
Phelps. Peoria: P. H. Canney. Pitts
bnig. Pa.; C. H. Heath. South Pend;
H. Whitsitt. Preemption; W. II. Het
ter. Chicago; H. M. Corbet 1. Corsica.
Pa.; F. W. Akers. Laurel. Iowa: .1. A.
Hoopes. Muscatine; Tom Davis.
Keithsbnrg; F. Hageniann. Minneapo
lis; F. I). Hlake. Clay Center; C. G.
Saunders. Council ISIufTs; G. J. Piper.
Pueblo. Col.; M. 11. Taylor. Iowa City;
George JI. Halst. Chicago; Harry L.
Weishanm. Chicago; I). W. Gray, Sar
atoga. .V. Y.
At the Harms 1 Kuroneanl II. II.
Hayward. Chicago; J. G. Kobb. Min
neapolis; J. P. (Juirk. MinneaM.lis: .1.
C. Moore. Chicago; S. Young. New
York; J. Itrafman. Halt imore; C. F.
Johnson. Hostou; G. . Schultz. Chi
cago; C. L. Harmon, La Porte. Ind.;
F. Westgaril. Chicago; T. IT. Thomas,
city; A. Hurt. Waterloo; Cecil J.
Smith. Chicago; John A. Gregg. Hur
lington; J. Keinehr. Savanna; George
K. Martin. Galesburg; C. M. Crapo,
Pnrliiigton: J. J. Wa una maker, l'.looiii
ington. III.; F. J. Hammond. Council
HI lifts; P. Kothschild. Chicago; M. N
(Ye. Chicago; J. C. Lewis. Chicago;
J. M. Mitchell. C hicago; L. F. Hrown
ell. Chicago; II. S. Haen. La Salle; G.
W. Hull, Troy. N. Y.; A. W. Downs.
Troy, X. Y.; George Mickle. Cleveland,
Ohio; Henry V. P.luni, San Francisco;
George H. Martin. Cedar Hapids; J. C.
Mulligan. Chicago; M. L. Conway, Chi
cago. At the TJock Island I). T. Little,
Milan: X. G. Klliott. Hutfalo Prairie;
A. L. Wellinan, Chicago; Frank Hale.
Oswego. X. Y.; Albert Ed. Moline; T.
K. Van Sant. Kansas City; II. J. Gripp.
Moline; W. F. Garnett. Port Hvron;
Frank P. Gillet, Drury; J. H. Holmes.
Galesburg; W. Wilmerton, Preemp
tion; G. W. Schultz. Chicago; W. S. Mc
Kay. Alexis. III.; F. D. Harlow. New
York; A. II. Dorman. city: H. II. Mc
Williams. Mattoon, 111.; II. W, Lee.
Peoria; P. E. DuChaume. Chicago; W.
U. Carey, Carbon Cliff.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Live
Tablets ure just what you need, when
you have no appetite, fell dull after
eating and wake up with a bad taste
in your mouth. They will Improve
your appetite, cleanse and invigorate
your stomach and give you a relish
for jour food. For sale hy all drug
gists. "I have been troubled for sometime
with indigestion and sour stomach,"
says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee,
Mass., "and have, been taking Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
which have helped me very much, so
that now 1 can eat many things that
before I could not." If you have any
(rouble with your stomach, why not
take these tablets and get well? For
sale by all druggists.
of the many things you
need for summer . 5
A Leonard Refrigerator,
tbest on the market.
Porch Furniture, chairs, rock
ers and settees. Lawn settees,
camp chairs and hammocke.
ALL THESE you can best buy of us
and save money. Come now while
assortments are at their best. : "
THE GREAT SUCCESS of our sale of Rem
nants and made up Ilufrs lias induced
us to continue it for anotlier week.
Those are bargains that are FLeeJ B&r-gains-such
as you will appreciate.
Davenport Furniture H
Carpet Company. Jo
123-125 West Third Street.
VSIVEJVTOB T IOWA
Boys' Kivee Pant Suits
None Reserved or
Charged a. t this
Price 3 3 3 3
S'ommerj f52l La Velle
1804 Second Ave., Hock Island. : : 207 W. Second St., Davenport
E tuff aPa- iaf-a
Will wear low Shoes ami Slipere for summer dress - 1 'I'l-'
sunshine shoes the dantiest you ever saw are here: '
Shoemaking is an ar-, when it comes to sneh shoes.
Every Shoe a. Picture
Oxfords in turn sole and welt many with Liuin and
Cuban heels, Patent leather and Patent Kid, $2.50 up
A. DJkMS1, SSJSf. ,s,hoe
CHANGE OF LOCATION.
' Notice' is given to Jic public that J. J. linker has removed from
Twentieth street to Ament's Second Hand Store, Second avenue.
Plione 5061. Repairing and recovering of umbrellas..