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THE AReUS. FB1DAT. NOVEMBER 6, 1897.
Turkey and Sauce V OF EMTITUDE,
Have had their firt inning of the season, and they
will now give way until the mid-winter holidays are
on. In the meantime mankind must have just the
same. There are groceries to be bought, and the
same old question comes up of "Where can I do the
best ? ' Some say at this store, some say at that one,
but all conclude that sometimes you may do as well
elsewhere, but never better than 'at Shields'. This
is the enduring principle that gives this store pres
tige over all others.
Yesterday's Thanksgiving Ob
servances in Rock
TIE Uf lOISESVIOS AID 0FFESII3.
est Ktasas Palest Fair seck.'.tl.M
kleld' tm, test r.or made.
perseok 1 39
ruiabery's Bn f oar 14J
Bye Ileal lie
Best fare 5ew Tort lackhat.
pet 10-toasd tick tit
-sound Flae Baklag powder pr
Self-skialag Stove Polish, per
I Package Wasaiag Powder.... So
Yeast Foam, per package So
1-poaad eaa Belaoa.per caa.. . 9a
1-poaad Cora Slerca 6c
l-psaal Caa Bated Boas par
Fraaaa Red Kldsey Bteos. 8j two
'wJ 1 1 j .run nrui
Home Made klloea Ileal par lb
Dried, Peaches, per poand 6c, 8c,
Saw Dried Apricot 10c
Sew Praaet 5c, 7o, 9o, 11a
New Evaporated Bsspberriss,
per poand 19c
B. T. W a. -ml torn PrMnia a Strata Xp
rcrtot m tba Owwlw Taa Oiat
II MM UAJ 1BM.MU mt Tumi
Kladl la IM Aforui awt Bvaa
Yesterday waa not an ideal day for
an time of the rear. Tba weather
waa not propitious for human com.
fort aod comment out of doors, bat
it waa Thauksgiviog day in the spirit
tnainueatne nearts ana aiult of
men. The Paritan fettival. which
has bean to appropriately observed
since its primitive -establishment, is
ny castors, ana most appropriately, a
home day.. It is an occasion for
family gatherings and feasting and
good cheer. Rock Island's gratitude
fnr tka ttinnlv anil htaaaioi. k A
Saw Citron, par pound 17Jo seasons found expression tn manv
swKaisina, per psued .Tc, 9a, Ho I ways, in the hospitable abode, about
(-Crown Seeded Baislns. ner the festive board,.in charitable deeds,
package 111c ln ne "ose of God and in the spirit
Saltaaa Kalaiaa. per pound 10e 01 recreation ana enjoyment
r. The annual union service of Protef.
,mmmw, umw c ..Bt chnrrhea KaM at
M. E. ehnroh in the morning. Pas-
tora and people joined In prayer and
praise, the various ministers of the
Protestant denominations having
M.ni. 1. Tk a ... I u" " vuipit piauorm, ana
TTi JT. . !" taking part in the exercises. Kav. T
u ore uioss or Armour aoep. . . c w. Grafton, of Memorial Christian
4 Packages lliara Meat
Sweet Cider, per gallon
Good Smoking Tobacco per
Leaf Lard inAOponndlina 11.99
10 pound Ham, Spgar Cured .... 9o
Sugar Cored Bacon ends at 7o
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
Phone 1217. 2G00 Fifth Ave,
Solid Silver Tea Spoons of the Gorham make, the
world's standard of excellence, $3.50, S3 75 and $4 50
Jr Salve Boxes, Man
icure Pieces and
all things pertaining to
the) Toilet needs at low
1703 Second Aveauo.
When You Put Up That Stove
Youll want a new part, a grate, lining, leg or lid,
perhaps. Bring us the old casting and we'll make a
new one at about half the cost in Chicago or elsewhere.
NOVELTY MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
siskin of Fine Ugkl Gray Iron Castings, Patterns, Models, etc.
FuONK IMS. NOS. 62S, MO, 53 J TWESTTFOUBTH STREET
tsaaBaja sna)aia IsMsJ
la the ssnndry tnatiwsa Is what ant
H'raos swn as to b. Soyewraal
kasaa as fstessattesjwnssi wa aava
oa me rkrht as fear shirt tnata,
lapcaftssrfntrt wabta. Wa
taa aa wart a kiw. sa4 ara
kakiag la year aandla, Shaawa
IX n. King taaoa mi
. mTkMAfa rwtSla,
A Satisfied Customer
Is a bigger advertisement
than a page la this news
paper. May wa mala a
walklag advortlssmaat of
car store oat of job? Wa
caa If joull give as a trial.
church, preached the sermon. Ue
took for his text from James 1 -.17:
Erery rood el ft and ererr nerrmt irirt i.
from tove. aod comeiadowa Irnmihrt uhrr
of lights, with Whom i no Tiritlones,ncliUer
anauuw 01 lurninir.
Bev. Grafton said God does not
send evils on earth. We can account
for all of our calamities and mister
tunes witnoui attributing them to
Gad. He has riven ns abundant
reason lor thankfulness. Ue has
overruled the evils and worked out
blessings to the race. Thanksgiving
has a forward as well as a baccwaM
look, if we rightly nse it, Rev. Graf
ton said. We have the latter as we
witness the human liberty and
righteousness we have for the fat
ure; ana tn tbe energy to continue
the struggle for righteousness. The
backward look assures us of God's
never-changing purpose. His shad
... . - .
ow win lau apon coining years as it
nas in me past. e should en 11
the precious ministry of truth if we
are to partake of the highest post
buitloa. . a must pnt ourselves in
an espectaat and receptive atti
tude. The heart closed by unbeliel
will hardly resp tbe arrest blessing
tbe eye downcast will hardly catch
tae j3j inai uoa pmts serosa our
There were liberal offer! nes for the
renei 01 ne poor 01 the c'.tv
mere were ais) servioes at Trinitv
episcopal cnurnn, wnere kv. Ut. B
r. sweet cUiciated, and at St. Jo
seph's and St. Mary's Catholic
churches, where R-jv. Fathers Mack
RriVtTC l,n ,na DaBK owciatefl to tbelr re
""-" I spective congregsvlons.
la lb Waf et OlTtnloa.
In the afternoon or evening, the
theatre, the roller rink, which Man.
a;er Collins threw open for tbe first
time, and the golf and foot ball
games, a'.l proved attractions that
drew together many people.
The annual Thanksgiving institute
01 ine lice isiana uounty leachers
association was held todav at the
Rock Island High school. After ma
slo and prayer bliss Laura Hill read
I a paper on "Science." prepared by
buss u.imn r ut pair lea; Hiss Sltrv
Hecox read a paper on Geography;"
mrs. n u. xoung read Uia Adda
Mase s paper on frimarv Rnadinir.
ana t. v. noomson gave a paper on
Advanced tteaaing." Tbe Moral
Responsibility of Director and Teach
er." was the snbieot treated by U. M
McCaskrin BBd Rev. C. O. MoCnlloch
the former speaking from the legal
standpoint and the latter speaking
from the theological standpoint.
Hon. s. al. loglis, state superintend
ent of pablio instruction, was unable
to ba present. The music was in
charge of H. O. Thompson and Mrs,
fcdia Lund. .The meeting was at
tended by aboat 200.
Taa foaltrr 8Sow.
The big poultry show of the West.
era Illinois Poultry and ret Stock
association is holding its annual ex
tlbltlon at Armory hill. Moline.
Many Rock Island birds are ex.
The following officers have been
elected for the ensuing year:
rrcstaent J. u. Surman. Sock
ice President Ed 8todd. South
Secretary C. F. Ktmmerer. Rock
Island; assistant secretary, U. E.
Treasurer B. G. White. Moline.
Executive Committee J. C. Snr
man, C F. Kammerer, Richard Wol
tally, Tatar Btevens. Chris Christo
pher, Fd 8todd, Andrew Hammer.
The premiums win tw awarded to.
night. . The next exhibit will be held
in Bock Island the second week in
Tit Cast arws im Cnaaet It.
A heavy cold may lead to pneumo
nia or consumption. Foley's Honey
and Tar taken in time affords perfect
security frm serious results. For
sal by T. IL Thomaa.
Caacarats itlmulat Uvar. kidnevs
ud bowaU Never alakaa, waakea
or grlpa; lOosata.
Back hlaadcr Lwli Om of Hrl aa's Taw
DMCbtacs the alar.
Dr. John Chauncev Silvis. of this
city, and Miss Daisy Alice GilmorelMisS
were wedded at 8 o'ciock Wednesday
eveaing at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and ura. Timo
thy Gil more, 918 Twelfth street, Mo.
line. Rev. Hewitt, pastor of Christ
Episcopal church, was the officiating
clergyman. Miss Florence Gilmore
was maid ox honor, and Miss Mary
Gilmore and Miss Mabel Porter, the
latter of Rack Island, were brides
maids. Dr. Potter Smith, the
groim'a business associate, was
groomsman. It was a pink and
white wedding, chrysanthemums of
tnes colors being arranged with
pret y effect. The home was tilled
with lelatives and friends, about 150
responding to the invitations sent
out. Dr. and Mrs. Silvis left at mid.
ngnt lor. inicao to spend
their honeymoon. Returning they
ill take np their abode
1th Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore
until spring, when thev will go to
housekeeping in l&ack island. Tbe
groom belongs to one of the county's
most esteemed families, being a son
of the late T. S. Silvis. He is
member of the dental firm of Silvis
& Smith, and has a bright and prom
ising future before mm. His bride
is a most lovable and accomplished
young lady, and a prominent factor
in Moline social affairs Tbk Arqcs
ins in wishing tor Dr. Silvis and
bis estimable bride a long and pros
perous union one that will know
naaght but happiness.
Charles . Bmke and Miss bmma
Stevens, cf New Windsor, were
united in marriage Wednesday after
noon at the county baildingby Jcdge
Augukt Bargslon, of Moline, and
Miss Mary bartha Archer, of this
city, were married by Judge Luoian
Adams Wednesday afternoon, tbe
ceremony being performed at tne
At 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
at the parsonage of the First Method-
let church occurred the marriage of
Samuel T. McEntire knd Miss Eva
M Haskell, of Reynolds. Rev. C. O.
MCutlocb, performed the ceremony.
Tne wddiDg of Lewis 1. Conner,
of Watertowa, and Miss Florence
Muran, of Moline, was celebrated
Wednesday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sample, 1329
Third avenue. JustioeO. E. Cramer
Wednesday evening at the home of
the bride's mother, Mrs. Eliza W.
MeLane, occurred the marriage of
Clement B. Kendall and Miss Lulu
M. MoLine. Rev. I. W. Allen, Jr.,
pastor of tie Central Presbyterian
courcb, performed the ceremony.
which was witnessed by a number ot
relatives and friecris.
THE HOLIDAY GAMES,
B. Chambers Wins the
MAII TAKE PAT IB THE COSIEST.
fVaathar Dace Hot Diminish lataraat
In; ha Toa aamant Tka root Ball
Saaaa at tba Oil Bail Park and
tka Tcrkry Kan nn Vanrtk At
Damp weather did not diminish
the interest in the Thanksgiving day
golf tournament at the Rock Island
Arsenal Golf club links.
Chambers, ot Davenport,
score being as follows:
Mkw B. Chambers-
K H. Gnver
V". H Marshall
I. S. White
Lieut. W. S. Pierce
C. P. Skinner ,
J. D. Cady
j. ts". uooa
Mr. O. C. Homey...
R W. Woodcock....
Capt. 8. E-lllunt
Mrs. W illiam Butterwortli
J. N. Van Patten.
F. J. Kinney
C. F. Lynde
Miss Francis S. Blunt....
Mrs. C. P. Skinner
W. J. MoCulloUk-h IS)
Never Have We Shown So Large
a Line of
It will pay you to see this as
sortment before placing your orders.
A BRAKEMAN'S SAO FATE.
Baorge Ultatnar Kan Over and Killed by
tba Car at Ladorn.
George Glas9ner, a brakeman on
the west end of the Rook Island road,
dl-d at noon yesterday from injuries
received the night before in being
run over by the cars at Ladora, lows.
The unlortunate man had been
working tor the company bat a short
time. Ue was coming east with a
freight train in charge of Conductor
Hugo Wlngmoth. A brief stop was
made at Ladora to do somo necessary
switching. Brakeman Glassner was
attending to his duties like the other
members of the crew, when he acci
dentally fell across the track in front
of the oars. Both his legs were ter
ribly lacerated and he was otherwise
injured abont the body. He was
placed under the care of a physician,
and everything was done to save his
life, but to no avail.
Mr. Glassner was abont 35 years of
age. He former y lived in St. Louis.
His family arrived in Rock Island
yesterday to spend Thanksgiving
with him. The deceased was a mem.
ber cf the Brotherhood ot Railway
Trainmen, which will have charge of
the funeral. Tbe remains are at
Knox's undertaking rooms, from
which place the funeral will occnr at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
A Managing Widow.
A certain yoonjr v. idow of Indianapo
lis, who has jnst chang-d her weods for
brighter hnrs, pave a dinner party not
long ago, says the Indianapolis Scatint.L
1 ne rooms were activated with a great
profusion 01 flowers. Rones iu masses
vroro on tbe mantels, and the dinner
table fairly blossomed. In fact, the
abundance of flowers was unuraal. One
of tbo guests could restrain her curiosity
no louj-er, and when tho dessert was
brought 111 raid:
"Well, Mrs. Blank, you're rather
spreading on tbo flowers tonijjht"
" Yea, " replied the fair widow bright
ly, but tomorrow I am going to take
them out to Crow Hill and put then on
poor Tola's grave. "
A rogular "13" shiver went round
French exports in the desert of Sahara
re expressing apprehensions at tho
gradual diminution of the fertile oasi
. : 1 -.
is Known mat mo large oases wpto
much larger in the time of the ancient
Romans and that they are being con
stantly reduced in size by tbe encreach
menfei of tbe sand dunes. The problem
u now to stop these.
B adorns Ra.
Until further notice the C, R. I. &
P. railway (Bock Island and Albert
Lea route) will sell first class lim
ited tickets to St. Paul and Minne
apolis for i. Two fast trains daily.
Through Pullman vestibuled sleepers
and chair cars.
J. F. Lardner 133
Miss CnatEhers 17D
Dr. G. L. Eyster 122
B. W. Hurst 136
B. D. Connelly 136 :
M. Y. Cady 1W
Min Chapman 1W7 I
Hr J. R. Hollow huso 144
Mrs. W. S. Fierce
t C. Denkmann
Lieut. o. O. Homey
C. H. Deere
R. H. MCiMuUen
Misa Van Patten
Mra. 8. B Hlunt
F. K. Mixter
Saore not completed.
ollne Urtfau Clinton.
Tho foot ball game at the old ball
park between the Moline and Clinton
High school eleven b yesterday after
noon resulted in the defeat ot the
Iowans by a seore of 6 to 0. Up
ward of 2.000 people stood in a driz-l
i.ing ram, which prevailed at Inter
vals, and watched the contest, which
was spirited and dosperately fonght
throughout. Moline secured her
points in the first half, Lindgren
making the touch down, and Calkins
the goal. The spectators became so
excited, and crowded so closely to
the players that several times the
referee fonnd it necessary to call a
halt on the game until the spaee
could be widened. Arvid Kohler. of
Moiine, a member of the Physicians'
and Surgeons' college team, Chicago,
was the referee. In the seoond half he
spped the playing and requested the
spectators to keep back so as to give
tne teams a chance to work freely.
The Clintonites grabbed the ball and
one oi their men carried it to the
goal. The referee, of oonrse, refused
to auow the point. A howl went up
from the Iowans, but it did no eood.
They were told they had to win fair
ly. But they got what the little boy
Tba Harlla Club's Turkoy Shoot.
Great interest was shown in the
annual Thanksgiving turkey shoot of
theMarlin Rifle clnb. held at its
range Wednoaday afternoon. The
conditions were head and neck of the
live bird at 100 yards, with rifles ns.
ing 22 calibre rim fire ammunition,
with handicap of 10 yards additional
for each kill. Shooting nnder these
terms resulted in a fair division of the
birds. There were 24 entries of whom
19 soored. Mes-rs. McGinley, Mitch.
ell, uuyer, Huber and Lieut. Horney
auiea two eacn; meters. Tipton,
Blakeslcy, Durham, F. O. Davis,
Bshnsen. Harper. Lient. Peirce, Dr.
Eyater, Harms, McMullen, Vaa Pat
ten, LiVnce, iiniora ana Kinney one
each. The big bird, a 18-pounder,
leu to L.ieut. reirce.
As soon as the committee has fixed
the handicaps, the club will start its
match for the fine take-down rtfU
donated by the Marlin Fire Arms
company. Four additional prises
win oe cuerea by the clab.
An exciting-turkey run, in which
seven cyclists contested, was wit
nessed by a large crowd yesterday
morning. The event was arranged
by George Bennett. The starting
point was at Eighteenth street and
fourth avenue. The wheelmen left
the scratch at 11 o'clock, the course
beicg down Fourth to Ninth, south
on Kinth to Center station road east
on the latter thoroughfare to Twelfth
street, north on Twelfth to Fourth
avenue and east on Fourth to the
starting point. Ed Dnnavin finished
hist, his time being 16.15. Will
Porter was second and C. E. Sfelmt
third. - Each was presented with a
fine big turkey. The winners were;
required to traverse the course in
side of 13 minutes.
128. 125 West 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 you, 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
I SOtoMERS & LaVELLE.
X 1804 Second Avenue.
1 what we may now expect.
Better get into a pair of good
warm shoes. We are well
prepared to meet your wants
in the line of Cold Weather
Footwear, such as Arties,
Alaskas, Fleece Lined Rub
bers, Felt Boots, Felt Shoes,
Felt Slippers, Overgaitors, in
fact anything you may call fcr
to keep your feet saug and
warm. Try us.
CENTRAL SHOE STORE,
1713 SECOND ATEVUX.
Tbt Audi delivered very
tag at your door at lOo a wans.
Catarrh la a Ola aa
Which requires a constitutional rem
edy. It cannot be cured by local ap
plications. Hood's Sarsaparilla is
wonderfully successful in curing
catarrn because it eradicates from
tbe blood the scrofulous taints which
cause it Sufferers with catarrh find
ft cure in Ho ad's Sarsaparilla, even
after other remedies utterly falL
Hood's Pills are prompt, efficient,
always reliable, easy to take, easy tol
Like everything to pay laundry bills for poorly
washed clothes. It's your own fault if you encourage
With your patronage. Don,t go about with that
worried expression on your face. Brace up. Look
pleasant. Drop us a postal and be yourself again.
Haw tm Prwtaat Cold.
Alter an exposure, or .when von I
feel a cold coming on, take a dose of I
tails. For sale by X. H. Thomas. yr. T7S2. TUCU. I&ld KtfSfi IMtfr-W