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THE AESUS, SATURDAY, JANUARY" 23, 1904.
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"Come, give una tasteoffourqaalitj.
Wiener Blaiz the embodiment
of honest components and
consummate skill in the art of
brewing. Has character and taile
that's indescribably pleasing.
Ask tor it down town.
Send a case
rkardslfv a.- railkv. agknts.
1020 Si;; ONI) AVi:.n:.
Get J5he Hits While
They Are New.
Y mi can keep in touch v.illi the lat
est in good mu-le by calling oce-a-sinnaiiy
at o"r -tore, a- r arc con
stantly receiving 1 1 i . 1 1 1 1 1 1 i direct
fr.uii tin pnLli-hcr.-- who write the
RK Al. HITS. Wo carry only tin- be.-t
puhliiatb n-. such a- those -f M. Wit
mark. .1' s.ph V. Stern. Whit ucy . War
ner A Co.. 1. A. Mill-. Sol r..i.im. Van-i!.,r-lo..
Music company . ami llowley.
llaviland A Dresser. Tin- laigc.-t stock
of the be-t m::-ic ill tin city at tin
i t price-.
lnO'.Mt'.o'..' :. SFCOND AVIiM'i:.
J. M. BUFORD
The olil lire and
time - tried com
Rates as low as
any reliable com
pany can afford.
YOUR PATRONAGE IJ SOLICITED.
r 1 """inirs,? stopped razz
I "gi A Xx Permanently Cured by
I I - i Si 3t KLINE'S GREAT
L U U $3 NERVE RESTORER
fmi OOFLT T""C TTrl r "t Tri; lr-M u
J PrV&SMSt Clire. ''I e'y mmpm'f rlif. T
t2 BJ-CISLIj S31Jlrrh .hilldetptu
fDoN'T Be Fcoledi
Oenuifte ROCivV .V.OINTAIN TEA
U fat op in wh'tr poka.'s. rran-ifiicturrl
cxctuiivolv by the Jodtsin Mtdicin
Ca.. WadVjffi. Wis. at J cent
peckaicc At! ;hers are rank imii.iiom
and ubtitule3. Jm'' r;sk our beh tv
taking thern. I titiCfc-NL !ti roini j sick
rvpi Well, k"cep you VVwU. Al! Hctie.t
Dealers tell ir..." Genuine.
H:"LHSTER SrfO CO. VaUiscn. Wi
I .Zi Stunning C'ofTec 9
fl -5 f I'ot that contains 1
3 ' I A Chase & Sanborn' 8
3 I High Orotic Coliee g
f i certainly ti'U.ir. E
i It Las that clear, amber H
fl i" S Vcolr aiid ri h aronia H
0 L 1 lliatmal.es it the King I
t , T'"rTJ of cui'fces. A delight S
I - A '" ilonl-. morning
': : J, nui or itiht.
TO BE NO CHANGE
National Guards Will do Camp
Duty at Springfield as
AEE TO MISS THE EXPOSITION
Law He Iteelecfed Oih Ilegi
ment Major Wilbont
.Ml reports tliaf tlie Iilim"s Xa
tioniil iuar.I would le inobili.eil at
the Louisiana Purchase expositi'.-n at
St. Louis this year, in-lt-ad of l.avin?
the annual encaiu juiient at Camp Lin
coln. Spr'nelielil. were set at ret yes-t-ri!ay.
when it was j'eci.Iel that the
iiiiiual J ur of !uty of the Illinois Na
tional (iuaril should he held at Camp
Lincoln. mn.en, iny Saturday. .Inly
'. and endinjr Sunday. Sept. 4.
The .r.Ier f r the regiments to iro
into camp will not he proi.;ii!ir:itcd
from the aiijutant general's t.tlice un
til, the tircidars have leen received ly
the adjutant general from the print
er. hicli will he -eeral days ef.and
until that time it will not he known
what the order in which the regi-
."ucnts will go into camp will I.e.
I Dun iuoan for rle.
V. J Lawrie, of Sterling, was rc
elete.I major f the (ith regiment
without ipposit ion at Moline voter
Jay aftcinoon. Col. IM Kittil.sen re
sided at the election. The election
was held at the regimental headquar
ters in the Si:iuner hui.'ding. Thirty-si-
line oHicers of tlie regiment tool;
part. Col. 1). .lack IV.-ter. command
er of the Third lirigade. an I his stall
were irescn n!.-.o.
Tales of Town
They called him "Fatty tins" in the
neighborhood in which he was rear
ed. That has been year.- ag . Folks
.-aid he never would amount to anv-
i hiny. Too lazy
was forc.I into
to wi rk. When he
l job he would la.-t
He had a sister
only a few days,
who v.a- one of
t he town bcl le-.
.-he had a .-wect heart who was in
cliare of a gang of telephone line
men, lie would make it a p dnt to
vi-il her once a week, "(ins" ioncr-
kept ill th background
.-.-te- .- I
-o!'i i.e.- '..
an was at the hoii.-e.
i v s tcr
ail were talkiri:;
i op. 11 e
rema rl.cd that he was short of men.
She fold hii:i -he had a brother who
was l,ig anil .-tromr an I l:-alt!iy. but
itas a trifle lav . He might give him
a trial, lie wa- glad of the opportuni
ty In do the family a favor. He would
put "(in-" digging post hides. That
was the hardest work he had to as
sign his men an I lhat would try hi
metal. "(Jus" said he would give the
job a whirl. He -tuck. Finally he
was graduated to a f nil 'fledged line
man. Then one day 'the village was
: urpvi-ed to lea in that "llns" had
gone to Chicago. The wiseacres said
lie never would do any good there
bad place for a voting man. l!e-i ies
he was not .-mart enough for those
city chap-. liul while "tins" roamed
around the country with the telephone
gang he learned things. Jle kept good
hours, got hold of the newspapers and
book-, tended to his knitting in the
iiay time, and gradually lot his coun
try airs. Cot so he could step over a
curb-tone without stumbling. "ius"
wrote hi me to the folks occasionally.
Said he was doing well and had pnt
traveling with the line gang. The
cointtanv ha.l irivett him a job in the
-upply department in the city. Time
passed, and i nee when "tins" dropped
in for a visit with the home folks tin1
v imagers hardly rec gnicd him. hr
was changed so. ntrl it only liau ix'en
a few tears .-inee l.e went awav to
dig po-t hole-. He did not brag. From
the supply house he went to the me
chanical department. The company
wa- working on a new device that
"Cus" got interested in. lie had been
put ting in spare time nights studying
machinery. He like 1 it. One day when
the head men were puzzled on what
should le their next move in the ma
chine (iiis" came forward, with an
idea that .solve! the problem. His
stock went up a hundred per cent
with his employers. They had made
a discovery. 'I hey don't call him
"Fatty" any more. It is Mr. now.
He recently dropped into Itock 1-1-atid
and regi.-tered at one of the ho
tels. IT. was accompanied by a party
of representatives of the company,
of whom he is i;i charge, who were
going to a leading western city to in
stall a system of the machines
which he had been in-1 rnn.ent al 'in
perfecting. He is now heal of that
department of the company and is
ora wing a nice ronn 1 salary. The
village from which "(ins" went forth
row refer to hiiu a- ore i f their fam
ous men. He says digging iostho!es
was hard work, but he isn't sorry he
tacnied the job. Si.-ter is -till single
and her old sweetheart i- still a fore
man of his telej h ne gang. This is a
Kock L-laiul county story.
There are two n.ale clerk- in a
Second avenue store who scuffle play
fully whenever they h::ppen to meet in
the same art of the establishment.
One day recently the larger of the
two took hi- frier. .1 unawares, com
ing up behind him and placing hi
strong arm around his wai-t mid gi v-
a hug. An hour afterward
who ha ! leen handled with
such strenunu- affection complained'
of feeling bj:d!v. He was In pain, and
when right came he was consult injr a
physician. The latter, after an ex-
aminntior. Rtated that the pntient
was shocked intTnalIv. and anvise.l
a rest. Hp was obliged to lay olT from
work three da vs. The man with such
hngiring prrp-nities ..nght to le a
winner with the fair sex.
lie had the appearance of a man
who had not seen the price of a shave
or hair cut for half a century and hi.
clothes were worn. "Twenty years
make a great difference in the lives
of some of us." remarked the old
policeman. "(iuess you didn't know
him in his palmy days. An unfor
tunate marriage an:! whisky did the
business. When I was a young man
here that fellow was ,nc of the boys
with tlie money. He was not of bad
habit, either. He was brought up in
a neighboring town, an! when his
parents died l.e moved to Kock J1
and. sel!ing the property that was
left him. His fortune was something
like STS.OOO. It was not long until the
woman in the case came on the scene.
They were married, and seemed to
get along nicely for a time. It's a long
story, but inside f a few years he was
broke. She left him when his mcney
was gone, lie has since been jut ek
ing out an existence."
A man with a fair sized package
went up to the window at the Fifth
avenue station a day or so ago anil
askeil for a ticket to Calva.- Uii
speech c-owhl have been clearer than
it was. There was a little joking in
wmen ,t came out mat ne parage
,, """"c" ......... if;v. -
inen me oio man na i a son;. io leu.
"When the road was still the K. I. &
P. I look the train from here to (lal
va. but I got on a train that did not
stcij) at (ialva.
tie bf whiskv
I had with me a bot
ind a package of Lini-
berger -heese. The conductor came
around and asked me where I wanted
to got off and. I told him (ialva.
sr.id the train didn't .-top there, and
when I found out he really woul in't
stop. I thought I might a- well get
what comfort out of the situation I
could, so I took out my bottle of
whi-ky and the Limberger cheese. I
cut off a slice and had been eating
some of it when the conductor came
into the car and was stopped by
lady passenger who held him in some
vehement conversation for some min
utes. Then he came to me. 'Where
did you say you wanted to get olTV
llaha.' J .-aid. 'Well, for Cod's sake
put up that .cheese and I'll stop the
train then-." I reckon that is the lirst
time a piece of chese stopped a train."
Two young men about town desired
to meet a pair of girls connected with
i ne of the comic opera companies
that appeared here recently. They
communicated with them through a
mutual friend. The latter agreed to
I ran t a noie hi ine snow gin.- in wuicii
lit was proposed that ihey should
meet the a fere-aid voting men in the
parlor of the hotel at the conclusion
of the performance, when a luncheon
and a cold bottle would be indulged.
They accepted the invitation. The
young men were at tlie appointed
place in accordance with schedule.
They waited a half hour, and then a
little longer, but their charmers failed
to come. They have since discovered
that they were jobbed. The mutual
friend never delivered the note.
IAEISS' SOCIETT OBSERVIS
ITS 60TH ANNIVERSARY
Mrs. Anna Turner, one of the char
ter members, was pre.-ent at the meet
ing held yesterday afternoon at the
home i f Mrs. M. T. Stafford. Ttt'.i
Twentieth street, to celebrate the With
anniver.-arv of the fi rmatii n of the
Ladies" Sewing society of the First
Methodist church. Mrs. Turner read
an original poem. "On the Mi-si-sippi
l.iver," which was written by another
charter member i f the society. Other
features of the program were ad
dresses of a historical nature by Ilev.
.1. Wellington Frizzelle, presiding eld
er, and Lev. II. I'.. William-, pastor of
the First Methodist church. Refreshment-
There was a large attendance of
members and their friends. .irs.
Stafford was assisted in entertaining
by her sister. Miss M. F. Hurst.
The organization f the Ladies'
Sewing society was perfected at the
home of Mrs. William Hurst Dee. 22.
l.Mn. There were 40 charter members
and an honorary membership of 45
men. The society has been a great
help to the church, having raised
since its organization about $20.(M)
for the work, among other things
having kept the parsonage in repair
all these years. The present member
ship i f the society is ".", and there is
in the treasury.
HON. C. A. SAMDELSOX OUT
FOR A FOURTH ELECTION
Representative A. Samuelson, of
Sherrard. has decided to be a candi
date for a fourth term in the legisla
ture before the republicans of this
di-trict. He is now serving his third
term. He will not tind it clear sail
ing, however, for there are those who
are i f the opinion that it is time for
others to have a turn at it. and they
are rallying to the support of Charles
A. Clark, from the vicinity
rard. and I n . Prerti-s,
A Vent Porket Doctor.
Never in the way, no trouble to
carry, easy to take, pleasant anil
never failing in results, are DeWitt's
Little Early Risers. A vial of these
little pills in the ves pocket is a cer
tain guarantee ngainst headache, bil
iousness, torpid liver and all of the
ills resulting from constipation. They
tonic and strengthen the liver. Sold
by all druggists.
MAKES AN APPEAL
BooVlet on State Missions
dressed to Bap
SUM OF S12.003 IS ASKED
be Expended! in Founding New
Churcbes and U el ping
Kev. Kdv.ard 1. Inland, of Normal,
who is state superintendent of mis
sions for the Ilaptist church of Illi
nois, has jut completed the prepara
tion of a general appeal to be Nsued
to Ihe Haptist churches of this state
for moral and financial aid in prose
cuting the minion work of the
church. It gives a .summary of the
work and -its forth its needs in part
The meeting in Chicago. October.
I'M).'., was one of the best ever hel l by
this body. Tin me.-sengers and visi
tors enrolled numbered 57'.). All the
exi-rci.-es were of a very high order.
Springfield will be the place of meet
ing Oct. lT-'u. nun. Taking into con
sideration b th the 1; cation and out
side attractions. Springfield is the
most desirable city in the state for
the meet in M :m v- li n iwl ..f
yutm.r Jp,;.-, ; in;,,,,, liavt. Ilever
visited tlie capitol of the state. This
will be a fine opportunity for them to
do this, and
nine time attend
Rev. K. R. Rogers. 1). I)., is the sen
ior pastor. -Mid Rev. .1. I!. Rogers is
the junior pastor, of the Springfield
church. These brethren will earnest
ly assist in making the meeting this
year one of the greatest in the his
tory of the state.
Illinois is increasing in population
more rapidly than anv other state in
It has some of the most rapidly
growing lilies in the I'nited State.--.
It is one of the three or four lead
ing states in its influence to the na
tion and the world.
I. n ml Population C hun?lnar.
Its rural population is rapidly
changing in character, the American
giving place to the Kuropean. thus
greatly weakening many ijf our coun
try ell u relies.
Illinois has become next to Penn
sylvania the greatest coal mining
state in Ihe union. Many of its coal
fields have been developed ipiite re-
oentlv. an.l lr.anv more will lie in the
near future. This is giving a new
popicatioii ami a new problem hi
mission work from .loliet and La
Cro-s.' on the north to Ihe Ohio rivi
on the south.
The board asks $12,000 this vearfor
state missions. 1- that a large sum
for the mi re than 1.000 white Raptist
churches of Illinois to give for stati'
evangelization? One church in the
state expended more than $l'.,00o last
year for its h eal work; another out
more than $17.0oo. and still another
more than $!.". 0!)i), and several oth
ers more than $12,000 each, and vet
tlie whole denomination in the 'state
is iisked for only $12,000 for state
The Rapti-t denomination holds
some vital fundamental doctrines
that are not taught by other denomi
nations. We profess to believe these
truths. We. in common with other
Christian people, must make a vigor
ous effort to save our state from the'
powers of evil, but in addition to this,
we must, as Raptists. give the people
the gospel as we understand it to be
taught in tlie worii e;r (ma. 1 lie re- is
no way of expressing1 our eienoiuina
tii nal loyalty so effectively as by a
generi il- suj port of the Raptist state
It is such as the national societ ies a re
nut doing and local associations -an-not
What Is IIeln Oone.
The main features of the' work are:
(a) To plant new- churches in
growing centers of population.
(I;) To aid old churches that are
divided, weak or pastorless, by send
ing a mi.-sionary to spend some time
among them. Last year the' district
missii naries and the superintendent
aided .'!.! such churches to secure pas
tors. (c) To aid. in some cases, weak
churches while building a meeting
house, or in pay ing edT an old debt on
INSTALL OFFICERS AND
TALK CONVENTION PLANS
Rock Island council. No. P.G2, Royal
Arcanum, installed its new ly elected
office rs at Maccal.ee hall last evening.
Deputy Cram! Regent Rernard Mc
Hugh. i f Chicago, having charge of
the ceremonies, assisteel by .lames
Faston. past regent of C'abonne coun
cil, St. Louis, as guide. The new offi
Fast Regent W. A. Robb.
Regent W. A. Rorisoii.
Vice Regent Conrad Wittick.
Orator William Luckliun.
Secretary H. H. Robb.
Collector William Kiuig.
Treasurer D. R. McFarlane.
Chaplain Ceorgc Oarlock.
(iui le J .-ej h Fox.
Warden H. I". Robb.
Sen f ry ( ' la ren ce I "ra 1 1 .
Trustee; ( harles Oswald, H. K.
Walker. Albert Meyer.
Representative to (Iran.: Council
W. A. Robb.
Alternate 11. H. Robb.
Plan- fi r the entertainment of the
annua convention of the erand coun
cil, te- be held in this city in April,
were disi-ii-sed. and jit the concba-ion
of the meeting the niemlers enjoyeel
a banquet at the Hotel Harms. j
CURED BY PEHUMAB
fc Hi-fi tShA
-. aiM.v 3!& ' LX I Mi..-
JUDGE DUiiHAtf, OF GREENSBORO, GEORGIA.
Catarrh of the Lungs
the First Stage of
So All Medical
Judge Durham, a well-known local
Judge of Greenslioro, CJa-., had an expe
rience with Pruna well worth reciting.
A report had become current among the
judge's friends lhat he was threatened
with consumption. It was feared for a
time that Georgia was to lose one of iis
most prominent and influential citizens.
It was alo reported that the judge
had failed to get any relief from any of
the medical aid at his command, that lie
had made use of the novv world famous
A reward of $10,000 has
bus, Ohio, as a guarantee
in our possession authentic
itimonials are genuine and
will be held a
the various i-hnrclits
seopal e-huri-h. corner
eet anil Sixth avenue;
Rev. R. F. Swee-t. I. I)., rector (not
officiating): Rev. Fre-:'erick A. Heis
ley. priest in charge. Holy commun
ion at 7:1.0 a. in.; Sunday school at
il:l." a. in.; m rnk'g service' and ser
mon at 10:4". a. r.i.: evening praye'r
:;:i I se-rmou at 7:::u p. in. Monday,
feast e.f eon v ers ion of' St. Paul: holv
eoMiiuiinii n at 10 a. m.. Friday , serv
ices at 10 a-, m. and 7:i;o p. in.
TrinrTy chapel, corner Seventh street,
and Fourth avenue; in charge' of e-'e-r-gy
of Trinity e-huieh. Sundays, even
song and S'uuday school at '' p. in.
We-dne: da y .-. even song and sermon
at 7:::o p. m.
Fuiaiiuel Rapti.-t church. 447 Forty
fourth street; Rev. 11. W. Reed, pas
tor. Sunday school at 2:r;o p. in.
Swedish Raptist. corner of Twenty-1
first stret t and Fifth avenue. Pre ach
ing at 10:45 a. in.
First Raptist. corner Thirl avenue
and Fifteenth street: Rev . II. W. Reed.
id p. m. i
1!0 p. m.
R. V. 1
. t. at 0:
in. i;iid 7:
MeKinle-y Raptist. Sixth avenue and
Tenth street; Rev. W. Wilbert Stew
art, pas lor. Services at JO: 45 a. in.
in. I 7:.'10 p. in. Sunday school at 12:li0
German Lutheran, e-urner Twentieth
street an! J-ifth ave-nue; Rev. C. A.
Meiiiiieke. pa.-tor. Services at 10 a.m.
i nil 7:.'i0 ).. in.
Grace Knglish Lutheran, corner For-
tv-fourth stre'-t and Seventh avenue;
Rev. C. II. HolT-ten. pastor. Services
at b):. ,u a. m. an I .:.;') p. in.
Swe.:i-h Lutheran. corner Fourteenth
street and I-ourth avenue; Rev. J. A.
Nyvall. pa.-tor. Services at !O:::0 a.m.
and 7:i:0 p. m.
Zion Swedish Lutheran. 4"2." Sev
enth avenue; Rev. J. G. Da hi berg, pas
tor. Services at 10:45 a. in. and 7:.M0
p. in. Sunday school at 1:.';0 a. m.
German l'vangelical. Ninth street.
1-etween Fifth and Sixth avenues.
Service at 7:.'i0 p. in. in charge of Rev.
J. H. .'nr.-, of Muscatine.
First Church of Chri.-t. Scientist.
Twenty-third street, between Seventh
and Ninth avenue-.-. Service-- at 10:45
a. m. Sundav !-chool follow- morning
service. Reat'ing room- in Lon !n
buileling on Se-ci fid aveii pen elaiiy
except Sunday from 12 in. ti
j-i;::.';;y "s subject. "Love."
First Methodist, corner of Fifth av
enue anj Nineteenth street; Rev. 11. B.j
AFFLICTED WITH CATARRH OF THE LUNGS.
remedy, Peruna, and mado a prompt re
covery. The affair created qui ( .-ise"-,a-tion
in medical circles espcciall . d
the many friends of Judge lun- . e
notonly exceedingly gratified .v.. vo
covery, but were enthusiastic . s -l.eir
praises of tiio remedy that hat? ht
hi ill relief.
The following written Btatenv n c from
the judge himself set forth the acts:
Greensboro, Ga., March 3, 1900.
"Some time ago I contracted a severe
cold which settled on my lungs and In
my head. I tried many remedies, all
of which gave me no relief. I con
cluded tbst my case was catarrh of the
head and lungs, and seeing Peruna so
highly recommended I began using it,
experiencing the very best results from
the first bottle.
been deposited in the Market Exchange Dank, Colum
that the above testimonial is genuine ; that we hold
letters certifying to the same.- Every one of our test
in the words of the one whose name is appended.
ASK VOI R DP.rcGlST FOR A FRF.F PLRUNA ALMANAC FOR I'.lOb
1 1 i iing :
ti ti :i ker
. pas for. Sirt ices a I 10: t:
7::i() p. m. Sun lav school
in. Morning subject. "Divine
evening. "Someone Is ::t the
The 1'oilovviiig special :nu-ii-al
be rendered at the
ing -onioes: Cantata. "Domino in ('."
(Dm Hey Reck). Mrs Lucy ( oy ne Ol
s; .! a:;d eh '.r: "S Illy Novv the Light
of I'av." Mi-. Lucv (o :ie Olson, Mrs.
.li'iiT.ie Rickinan Walker. .1. A. John
son. IV. f. I.'hilhr.-.ek: "Lot,' Dbitie Ml
Pbllbreok: si lo,
sou. Su ii .lay : i !
.1. A. Johnson. Prof.
Mrs. Lucy Coyne ()!-
d ::1 V::.0 a. m. Fp
cet ing at 0: l!0 p. m.
rial Met hodist e hureh.
w o c t h Li ague i
corner Forty -tl ir
avenue: Re-.. J.
Services at io: 45
teenth street and
D. W. Ri i w n. pa -1
a. in. and 7:1,0 p.
I street and Seventh
R. Rotter, pastor.
i. in. and 7:110 p. m.
I-:. Mission. Thir
Fifth avenue; Rev.
r. Services at 10:4..
n. Humlav school at
1 j). m.
German Methodist, e-orner of Sixth
avenue snd Fourteenth street. Rev. F.
L. Litzrodt. pa-tor. Services at 10: t5
a. m. and 7:110 p. m. Sunday school at
H:15 a. m.. J. d. Ile'g. superintendent.
Fpwotth League- at 7. Junior League
at 2 p. m.
- w e i, i
corner of ,
Flev en t h s t root and
Sunday school at .1
'.',:'.', p. in. Prayer
iv at s p. m.
bytcrian. Second ove
Fourteenth and Fif-
l.'ev. William Torrance,
school at l':::o a. in.
ine-eting at C:45 p. ni.
Co i : - it r
it 10:45 a. m. and : ;0 ji. m.
subject. "Christ In His Own
" evening. "The Verities of
Twe-nt y-t bird .-1
nue, R v. W.
Serv ice- n t 10:
Per pie's meet ie
'sbyterian. e-ornir of
l eet a no' SetenMi av e
S. Marquis. pa-tor.
a. in. and 7:110 p. m.
at '.: 15 a. in. Voung
at ':45 p. rn. Morn-
ing subject. "The Song of Moses and
the Lanib:" evening. "Je-u-. the Fin-i-ker
f Our Faith."
I'nited Pre"-by tf-rian. Third avenue
and Fourteenth street: Rev. D. L. Me--Nary.
pa-tor. S,rv:ees at 10:45 a. in.
and 7:1;0 p. m. Morning subject,
"Sorrve Ideal- f r l'.u;" evening. "The
Desire to Re'iev -." Siiin'ay school at
.i:i:o a. in. V. P. S. ('. I". at 0:45 p. tu.
Soiitj; Park (hajx-l. Presbyterian,
Flm street an 1 Kift-enth avenue. Rev.
W. S. Marquis, pa-tor. Sun lay school
at 2:110 p. in. Holy communion at 7
Aiken Street lni"ti Chapel, South
Rook Jdand. s-nutay school at .'J p.
r:s. Servit e.s every Tue-ilay at 7:30
Reth-d Pre-iiv torian Chapel, corner
Twelfth street and Eleventh avenue.
n n n fr3 r5
continued using Peruna for a
short while, and have never felt the
least symptoms of catarrh since. Pe
runa Is certainly a good medicine, and
deserves the highest praise which is
given it by the general public. "
Judge Durham has been See rctary and
Treasurer of the city of Greenslioro, Ga.,
for the past three years, and has been a
local judge for ten years.
There are three roads which load from
health to consumption. Over one of
these roads pass all of that great multi
tude of people who die every year of
consumption. Kach route begins with
health and happiness and ends with dis
ease and death.
First road: a slight cold neglected
nettles in. the head er throat ehronio
catarrh extends to the lungs consump
Second road: a slight cold neglected
cough settles in the lungs cough grad
ually growing worse consumption
Third road: a cold neglected settles
in the throat hoarseness short breath
Thousands have just started on one of
these roads, all of whom could be easily
cured by Peruna. Thousands more aru.
half way to the fatal end of one of theso'
roads who are still curable by a courso
of treatment by Peruna. Yet other
thousands are near the end -whose last
days could be made bearable and hope
of recovery more probable by eximiueuc
ing jt'eruna wituout delay.
a. ' Sunila v school a 1
Memorial Christian, corner
avenue and Fi I'te-en t h street
Lawrence, pastor. Services
m. am! i : 0 p. in. Sinn1
m. V. P.
11. a I (,: l i
St. Jo-epli's Roman Catholic, cor
ner Se'e-ond avenue and Fourteenth
street: Rev. Thomas Maekin. dean and
pastor. Mass at s a. m. and 10:. ,0 a.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic.
Tw eiity-e-ighf h street atil Fifth ave
nue; Rev. J. F. Loikney. pastor. Ma-s
at s and 10:.'10 a. in. Sunday -clou I
at 2 p. in. Vesper- at 7:l;o p. in.
St. Mary's German Catholic, corner
of Fourth avenue an I Twenty -second
street: Rev. Ado'p'i (ieyer.
tor. Mass at s am! Hi::.o a. m.
p. ni. Mass- and sermon
a l '. a. m
the Relgi.-m parisliiciic i-s.
V. M. C. A. building.
avenue and Nineteen! li
rner of Third
meeting at iJ:.;o p. in
at :;:1!0; bible rla-r
hint heoi) al
11. ell", meeting
at I : li, and
Salvation Army barrack-, I'.O'.i S.-c-fnd
avenue. Services al follow-:
Knee drill at 7 a. in.; holiness meeting
at 10 :.'!() a. in.; christians' meeting at
.1 p. m.: salvation meeting at s p. m.
The National Association of beauty
seekers will never acknow l.di'e that
any leauty ill- are incurable as long
as they have HoIIi-ter's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. Sensible women. .';. e-ents.
T. If. Thomas, fiharmiici-t.
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rf r,t 24 J :iJ
from S150 op. L-t mo untui jrou firm rta
Int frs. 1 evoi maka you liMii'l-onio
tmriUKoca flrnt-cla.s mitnrnwDt.a I )r.-fc
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.MMOSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
(Korty-KIelit ThouMaml loll.-tr f'airf
for a t-'aney Ixit of Tcltuceo.
1 be biggest purcbae of high gradw
totjacco ever made In the West by a
cigar manufactuier va- made last
WeilneseJay by Frank 1. Lew.N, Peon
1IL, for hi.- telebratel ISingle Hinder
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount wan to be fancy
lolecteel tobacco. This, no rloubt;
makei the I.ewl-i factory the largest
holder In tle United estates of tobacco
of o high u grading. 'fe?atd-Tran
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