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THE AraHJB. THUK8PA Y. N OVCIIBEB-18; 1807.
lWd I HI
HAVERSTICK IS NAMED.
Will be in order next week and all prudent people
will be interested in selecting a good dinner for that
day. Every day in the year Shields' store affords
excellent opportunities for dose buyers and just at
this time more than ever it is ripe with bargains.
Almost anything you want for a dinner and at prices
that please. Read below.
Woodmen Directors -
tained by Camp' 29
WA3.AI nrpomir OOOASIOI.
But Kaasas latent Four sack..1.2S
Shields Bait, best riour made,
per took LIS
I...... ...... ..........
Best Pare New Tork ataekwheat.
per 1 pooad seca
pooad Fine Baklag powder per
Stove Polish, far
t Paehagee Washing Powder....
Yaaat Foam, par package
1-poaad eaa Salsaoa.per cat.. .
S-poaad Cat Baked Beaas par
Froaok Red klJaey frees, 8a two
Dried Peaches, per poind 6c, 80,
Now Dried Aprleots lOo
New Pro boo 8e, 7o, So, llo
Now Evaporated Raspberries,
par pooad i9o
Now Citron, por poand 17o
Vow Raisins, por pound.. To, So, lie
t-Crowa Seeded Raisins, per
Saltaaa Kelslns, per pooad 10c
Clean ad CumtU, new Se
A Packages Mlaoe Ileal S80
Sweet Cider, per gallon ISo
Good Smokinf Tobacco per
Battle Ax Tobacco, per pound . . . SJc
- V: . reorgeolsed at Springfield, and
iai ura laftupoonauns IX.S9 lit u that the business of the
10-poaad llaaa. So gar Cored... 9o
Soger Cored Bacon enda at - 7o
fiGOO Fifth Ave,
Solid Silver Tea Spoons of the Gorham make, the
world's standard of excellence, $3.50, $3 75 and $4.50
Salve Boxes, Man
icure Pieces and
all things pertaining to
the Toilet needs at low
u4 Tlaae Spaat la
M U Bear Witt
r.l Bwtaxa- Ga-
eaaip 29, Modern Woodmen of
America, held an open meeting laat
evening in which the head rffijers of
the order were gnesta 01 honor
There were preient Head Consul W
A. aortneott, Heaa tier V. w.
Uawee, Head Banker H. N. Fratt,
General Attorney J. 6. Johnson, Di
reetora ibldov. f-uaackenoasn ana
Smith, Bon. William Jackaon, Editor
Van Galder, of the Woadmsn.and For
mar Director C T. Heydecker, Capt.
II. C Cleaveland delivered an address
ct welcome, remarks alio being made
by II. . Sweeney and J. a. Kerr,
and all the distinguished represents'
Uvea of the Woodmen order preient
delivered abort speeches. Light re
freshmenta were served and cigars
passed. The happiness 01 the event
was Bel ntenea wnen tne airectors
recalled that the occasion waa the
anniversary of the accession of many
of the preaent officers to the control
of the affairs of the order. It
was seven years ago yesterday alnce
tne nooamen oraer, tottering un
der the weight of mismanagement.
waa placed in the bands under
whoso management It has grown to
what It Is todayand la aUll grow
log. Camp 19, one r f the veteran
local organisations 01 Woodcraft, and
which was quite aa instrumental In
the reorganisation and all that baa
happened ainoo for tho good of the
order oa any camp in the jurisdic
tion, had arranged tor the informal
affair of last night without know-
edge or tne anniversary, ana . when
tne circumstance waa recalled there
was mutual rejoicing.
At the close of the board's session
yesterday the head officers proceeded
to the home of Head Clerk C W.
Uawea on Twentieth street, where
with others whom the major had
invited to share his hospitality, they
dined, and later with the exception of
Directors Keeco and White, who had
another engagement, they proceeded
m a body to tne Indira room 01 Uamp
z in tne Armory Duuaing.
Hi BubitH seetiaav.
Head Consnl W. A. Northcott
joined bis associates last evening and
today the executive council baa been
in seaalon, disposing of such bust
ness as came before it. The board
will probably be in session until to.
morrow night, and will tben adjourn
until mesday, wnea tne directors
will return to dispose of tho new
Adj. Gen. II. H. Wright, of Iowa.
left for Clinton yesterday afternoon.
to lurther probe in tho investigation
there of the Fnlton Invasion at that
end of the line.
Aaraaatea Laeal SaJBK C'evk
Otate Eaa 1 maw.
Balph Haverstiek waa thio after
noon appointed local atamping sec
retary for ' tho " state board of
underwriters to succeed M. Lee
Gait, resigned. Then appointment
ia of the nature ot a promotion, as it
ts tne stepping stone to nigner
plaoe. Mr. Havorstiek was ap
pointed at - a meeting of the dis
trict representatives ox tne ovate
board ot underwriters and will
asume hla duties at once, tak
ing an office room in Mitchell &
Lynde's building. The disposal ot
the acencv tor tne companies he has
represented will "be necessary.
. . ...
Tne eommisaion in cnarge ox tne
district of whioh Bock Island ia a
part U what is known as commission
No. 2, and is so. denominated by the
state board. The cities embraced
are Bock Island. Moline. Savanna,
Falton, Geneseo, Galve, Orion, Fort
Byron, Reynolds, 8herrard, Cable and
other smaller places, ine cnics is
one of great importance and reepon-
aibilitv. the aggregate of buaineaa
passing through it in a year reach
ing fully a quarter ot a million, and
the local stamping secretary nas
the praotical fixing ot rates
for the district. All business
must be approved by him before it
goes into the Chicago office ot the
stte board of underwriters, and the
selection ot Mr. Haveratick is a pe
culiarly fortunate one tor the board.
Phil Mitchell Checks a Sup
CALLED TO BIS BOOK AT LITE EOUB
itha Kltttrte Light am the Wmm at m
Strug. Blaa Wb Ia AeoaaipaalM Br
Ttr Pl, aa Who Adopta
Ezoaaa WM Ha BaalUaa II la Cooparad
nhe n Follea Clralta.
Phil MHohell cheeked what he sup
posed to be a well laid plan to hold
him up at his residence on Twentieth
street Tuesday night. The incident
oecurred between 11 o'clock and mid
night. A company of neighbors who
had been ipending the evening at hia
home bad been gone a snort time
hen the door bell rang. Mr.
Mitchell answered tho call. Bus
pectlng something wrong, in going
to the door he turned on she eleotrio
light which illuminates the porch.
He peered out and saw tne iace 01 a
strange man, who evidently did not
expect eucb a dazzling reception,
and seemed apparently confused.
Mr. Mitchell did not open the door.
What it you want, sir?" ho
The reuow stammerca, ana nnaiiy
mmlA OtT tiOiWa In It tn VI T ukTtl OB.
uis long experience in me insurance flremtn and am looking to the road
.r"V"i-: : . to Moline. Can vou direct mef"
itv with all tho detaila ot the busi
ness, together with his natural aasp
tablllty and brightness, make him
the ideal man for the position. There
are few people in Book Island who
have more friends, and none deserves
TURKEY 8 FOR TARGETS.
; 1703 Second Avenue.
"JeweP Base Burners, finest la tho
city for tho dobs j, 2J.tO and up.
Jeven oft coal Base Burners, pro
aooBced by uaere the only prfeot ooft
coal stove at 11.00 and op.
'Jeesl Oak Heaters, cut or iheet
steel bodtes, from fi 90 and a p.
Jewel Stoat Rasga aad op
) Have yen eta tkal beaatlfol Jeajal''
,aag at 1230 5 raal In Us elty
i M. 1
I I my stove absolutely verreattd. Halt
lire time a siperMaee will sale ol over
uu.ow Mo peal !v iiaaui. uar
utto Is "Uo best at tho Boot reasonable
WB PAT THE riCIGQT OS OUT-OF-TOWS ORDERS.
Alien. Myers & CommffiW
-er-J I H FfcaT UbMiM
iszi c:d in
Clt Ball attain.
A meeting of the health commit
tee will bo held at 8 o'clock tomor
row evening at the city hall for the
purpose ot inquiring into tho oom-
plaints against tho Lewis Booting
oompany, which adjoining property
noiaers nave aongnt 10 nave declared
a nuisance and removed on the
ground that tho stench therefrom is
Tho street and alley committee
met yesterday afternoon and went
over tho Gordon property, a plat of
whieb has been submitted for the
a meeting 01 the street and allev
committee will bo held tonight to
near property holders with reference
to tho retention of tho Burlington
stub track on First avenue between
Sixteenth and Seventeenth otreets. a
petition for the removal of which
was presented at the last council
t. r. Biair, promoter or tho Ter
mine! railway enterprise, is in Chi
cago today to meet General Manager
Drown ana tne omctsis ot the Bur
lington road in relation to tho pros
pecUve arrangement whereby both
ocmpanies can use the same tracks
on becend avenno east of Twentieth
Should bo your motto when you netd
a medicine. Do not bo Induced to
take any substitute when yon call
tor Hood's Sarsaparilla. Ei per-
ience has proved it to be the best.
It is an honest medicine, possessing
actual and unequalled merit. Bo
wise and profit b tho experience of
Hood's pills are the favorite family
cathartic, easy to take, easy to oper
If you want to quit tobaeoo using
I easily and forever, bo made well,
troag, magnetta, toll ot now life and
I vigor, take No-To-Bae, the wonder
worker that makes weak bob strong.
Many gain tea pounds la tea daya.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bae
from your owa druggist, - who will
guarantee a euro. Booklets and earn
loo mailed free. Address Sterling
Remedy oomDeav. Caloaro or New
Halta ( lab Uaa aa ExulUac Shoot at the
laa SlfMI BMfi.
The Merlin Rifle club held a tur
key shoot at the Kim street range
yesterday afternoon. Twenty birds
were doomed to stand oetore tne
marksmen. There were 19 entries,
the range being 100 yards. After
killing his first turkey the shooter
went baek 10 yards, and on Killing
the second 20 yards. The score re
suited as follows: Mitchell, 4; tfuyer,
4; F. O. Uivis. 1: Uober, 2; Harms,
2; Tipton, 1; T. ft Harper. 1; Mc
Ginley, 1; Tan Patten, 1; Buford, 1;
Lyndo, I. i .
Messrs. Junge, (iilman, comegvs,
Connelly, Pierce, Horney, lay liar
per and McMullea also shot.
Unusual marksmanship was dis
played in the shooting, fcach con
testant was given Dine ohances at the
proud turkey. Mr. Guyer killed his
lour in six shots, and Mr. Mitchell
was right after him, bringing down
his lour m seven shots
Capt. Tipton presented his turkey
to vol. Durham, who did not partlcl
pate in the contest. It was the finest
bird in the bunch. On the way
home some one switched on Col
Durham, taking his mnch-priaed
turkey and substituting a little bony
creature therefor. Cel. Durham
got on to the game, however, and re
covered his turkey before he reached
In a few days a bandioap shoot for
a beautiful M&rlln rifle ot the new
take-down pattern, donated by the
Marlln Fire Arms company, will
commence. It will last 10 week.
and promises to excite a great deal of
William Wilcox and Miss Essie A,
Barber, of; Port Byron, were united
in marriage yesterday afternoon at
the parsonage of the First Methodist
cnurCQ, Kev. v. O. McCnlloch per
forming the ceremony.
c. Fr MewJtoiieud Mrs. Sarah Park,
If You VTbuld Keep in Touch With
the Latest Ideas in
Mr. Mitohell directed the stranger.
who immediately departed. The
electric light was tben turned off by
Mr. Mitchell, who stepped outside on
the porch, and saw that the xeuow
was holding a consultation with two
pals on the sidewalk in front of the
heuee. Mr. Mitchell at once sus
pected that he was an intended vie
tim. and returning to the house, se
cured his . double-barreled shotgun
loaded it, and went out the back
door and around to the front ot the
house, prepared to make things in-1
teresting for the strangers but tbey !
The Abqcb has learned of plaoes
where the same inquiry has been
made the past few nights.
Otber rolls Affair.
Five hobos registered at police
headquarters last night.
fcd u. rayers, 01 Chicago, arrested
on complaint of S. B. Arndt, of the
Crown restaurant, appeared before
Magistrate Stafford yesterday after-
noun 10 iwi a cuarKB ui uinuiuenj
conduct, having caused- a disturb
ance at the restaurant Tuesday night.
Myers demanded a jury trial, lie
was accommodated. A verdict of
guilty was returned against him. He
was fined f 1 and costs a total of
117.60. He conld not pay, and was
Eent to jail, i
A wash boiler, clothes wringer
and a bushel of potatoes were Molen
from the cellar of E. F. Dorn's home
on Second avenue Tuesday evening.
Mrs. D jrn heard a racket in the ctl
lar. She started to investigate.
Bhe was startled at seeing the face
of a colored man, who was crawling
out of the cellarway. She asked hi m
what he was) doing, and he replied
he was looking for a friend. Then
he .ran. It was evident that the
man was making his second haul
Charles Sheley and Lauretta Sitter
ley were arrested at 11 o'clock last
night in a room at the Union house
on Twentieth street by Officers Mo
Carthy and Coyne. Today they were
brought before Magistrate Staf
ord, both; i toeing -charged with
adultery. Sheley plead gnilty and
was held to the grand jury in
$300 bonds. He went to jail. Sheley
says he came here from Galesburg.
The trial of the woman was post
poned until tobturrow morning. She
of Hampton, were married by Jus- claims to h&U front Dubuque, where
tice W. f . Schroeder at his office yes'
Thar la m IMffi
a real difference, a vast difference
between Dr. Boll's Pine-Tar-Honey
and any other cough, cold or lung
remeay. Besides cutting the phlegm
and curing the eoogh or cold at once.
it soothes the irritation heals the
bronchials, and exhilarates the lungs.
za cents at au good druggists.
A Qatar (?) BUdleha.
There is a medicine whose proprie
tors do not claim to have dis
covered some hitherto nn-
uown ingeaient, or that it is a
eure-alL This honest medicine only
claims to cure certain diseases.
and that its ingredients are recoe-
nixed by the most skilled physicians
as being tho best for kidney and
oiaaaer diseases, itiaj-oiev'a Kid
ney cure, nor sale by T. H. Thomas.
she savs she has a husband and two
children. She told a pitiful tale to
the police, saying that she was
driven to her present condition by
her husband's dissipation.
Ia n Happy
or checrfol or useful is next to an
impossibility when one is suffering
from a discomforting cold or a nasty
little cough. If you are "down in the
mouth", from . the t-flects of a eoogh
or coia, yon win una your aeiight in
the use of a 25 cent bottle of Dr.
Bell's Tine-T&rHoney. Druggists
There h) a Claaa of People
Who are Injured by the use of cof
fee. Beoentlr there has been placed
in au tne grocery atorea a new prep
aration oalled Grain-O, made of pure
grains, tnat taxes the place of couee.
ina most aeucato stomach receives
It without distress, and but few can
toll It from coffee. It does not cost
over one-quarter aa much. Children
may anna: it with great benefit. 15
cents and U cents per sackago. Try
it. Ask for Gra'n-0.
aad bowola Hover
or cripot 10
Whoa Buffering from a severe cold
and your throat and lungs feel sore,
take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar,
when tho soreaeis will be at onoo re
lieved, a warm grateful feeling and
healing of tho parts affected will be
experienced and you will sav: It
kidneys I feels 00 good. It hits the spot." It
10 jruaraatoea. For rale by T. H.
A SEARCH UGHT
Would bo welcome If
you brought it i Inspect
our stock ot 6HOE3. Iho
shoea we4' esxry will bear
inspection of tho most criti
cal, inasmuch ss we never
carry anything but what wo
consider the best. Our
prioes are pleasing.
" 'NEVER HAVE WE SHOWN A MORE
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF PAT
TERNS AND COLORINGS. IN ALL
A.J. Smith Son
123. 125 Weat Third Street
One Word With You, Sir!
ifou have doubtless read the many so
called captivating advertisements of the
many clothiers in our midst. Each one
seemingly offers the best overcoat for
least amount of money. You are in
need of an overcoat, but you are per
plexed where to make your purchase. We
realize your situation perfectly, and if
you will allow us to guide yu, we will
make you this tempting offer:
A winter Overcoat of all wool
Kersey cloth, in .blacks and
blues, Italian lining, silk vel
vet collar, heavy sleeve linings.
Our broad invitation
AND SEE THEM.
is COME IN
SOMMERS & LaVELLE.
1804 Second Avenue.
One Price, f
Buy Your Boy
A Pair of Shoes.
We have just received a new line of Boys'
Shoes that beats anything ever before
brought to this city. Good, solid and service
ablethey are made to fit and they will out
wear anything you ever tried before. Bring
your boy in and get him a pair of stylish,
CENTRAL 8HOB 6T0BB,
1711 SECOND AYUUE.
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parts, tool ateel for amaUer parts. Welch only H poena.
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