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THE MGUS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1903.
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Ixllril villh the attention they re
ceive. Remember, we advertise the
kind of goods you use every day
and must have. Necessities, not
luxuries, will be found in the fol
Cream Flour, every sack
guaranteed, per sack $1.45
Picnic Hams, per lb 'zC
Sugar Cured Hams, per lb.12c
Breakfast Lean Bacon, per
Fresh Rolled Oats, 2 lbs... 5c
Fresh Soda and Oyster
Crackers, 2 lbs for 15c
10 bars Santa Claus Soap.. 25c
Good Japan Tea, per lb. 25c
3 packages Monarch Mince
Carnation and Keokuk To
matoes, solid packed, 3
Early June Peas. 3 cans... 25c
Z lb. can Egg Plums, per
3 lb. can Boston Baked
Beans, per can 8c
2 lb. can solid packed To
matoes, per can 5c
2 lb. can Sweet Corn 6c
Japan Head Rice, per lb... 5c
Seeded Raisins, per pkg 5c
California Currants, pkg 5c
Pancake Flour, all kinds, 3
pkgs. for 25c
California Prunes, per lb... 5c
Golden Drop Prunes, ib 8c
Catsup, per bottle 5c
Colorado Potatoes, per bu... 60c
Sweet Potatoes, per pk. 25c
Lion Coffee, 2 pkgs for 25c
Fancy Oranges and Bananas
at very low prices.
Try our 20c bulk Coffee; best
in town for the money.
We are headquarters for Ap
ples by the barrel or by the
bushel. Fancy New York Ap
ples Bandwins, Greenings, or
Russets, per barrel, $2.35; per
Telephone your orders and
they will be promptly attended
700 Twelfth Street.
Old panne nnl 443. Nfw
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar and
Trimmings a Specialty.
Kor eheapaeaa. durability aad
beauty. emeelled k)r anae. Thla
toar dorm ( or ealor the
wall nttb alkali, ete. IMaaa aeat
mm for eallmatea will reeette
earefal attraltoa aad be return
ed promptly at oar eapeaae.
4uarrlea 13 mllea from Kwk
lalaad oa the "-. It, A VI- rail
road. Tralaa No. 3 aad lO will
it c a aad let visitors off aad oa.
Bridge Stone. Corn Crib Blocks and
Foundation Stone, any Size
amplr of Stoae aad abotoo of
bnlldiaisa ran be aeea at Koota
.o. 12. Mllrhrll A l.yade build
. ARTHUR BURRALL. Manager,
Rock Island or Colxia, 1IL
a Fresh Orange
RERREtl-SOUlE CO. V
STRACUSE, MEN TOMC
In order to prove to you
that Dr. A. V,. Chase';
Ointment is a certain cud
alftsoiiito cure for ai;y fric
of itching. l,lt.lii:g, oi
protruding pi'.es, the manufacturer guaran
tee a cure. You can use it ami if not
cured get your money back. Mr. Ctvrprr
Walton, latx'rer, Mii-hi'j'in City, Ind., sars:
"I work hard anl lift a great ileal. Thestrain
brought on an attack of piles. They itched
nnd thej- protrudol nnil blol. Nothing lielicd
them until I used Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment
That cured llierii." .Vic. a Inixat r.ll dealers, or
Dr. A.W. Chase MkdicinkCo., Buffalo, N.Y.
Dr. W. Chase's Gintment.
Chicago to St. Augustine
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,
through without change, ev
ery week day via
BIC FOUR ROUTE
Kffective Monday, Jan. 0. 19flr.. t lie
"HiK Knur" will operate through P'lll
mao sTvie without cliansc, via 'in
cinnati and "yeen & Crescent Kiut."'
Southern Kailwav and Florida Kaxt
Coast Kailwav. The train consists of
I'ultmnn et I billed Sleeper. tlnscniti
eent IHnlnic t'nr. t'ompoaite tlbnervat ion
Car, teatibuled IlnicgiiKe for.
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. ccpt Monday 9:2." p. m.
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Fuel Co. ,
Hauling and moviag .of all
kinds, large or small at reason
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Moline and Davenport. We also
handle the best grades of hard
and soft coal. A portion of your
patronage is respectfully solicit
ed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
New "phone 5464, old 545.
Office, 215 Twentieth Street,
Rock Island, III.
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LINCOLN IS LAUDED
Life of Martyred President Theme
of Sunday Speak
ers. EARLY STRUGGLES DWELT ON
Addresses by Judge C. J. Searle, Rev.
R. B.. Williams and Prof.
C. W. Foss.
The services at the First M. E
church last evening were devoted to
addresses commemorating the anniver
sary of Abraham Lincoln's birthday.
The first address was made by the pas
tor. Rev. R. B. Williams, who in brief
told the story of Lincoln's life. He
dwelt on Lincoln's ambition as a lad
to gain an education, and the effect
his early training had on the work of
his later lif..- While Janco.n did not
early profess mrist fan it y, he had an
earnest purpose, and gave his whole
attention as a young man toward gain
ing an education.
Judge C. J. Searle followed Rev. Wil
liams. He said that of all public men
there is no one whom he more nearly
deifies than he does Lincoln. He said
that there is probably no man who is
more universally reverenced by men.
both those who believe and think as
he did, but men of opiosite beliefs and
natures. Mr. Searle referred to the
lecture delivered in Rock Island a year
ago by James H. Eckels, who consid
ered Lincoln's character as summed up
in a "love for law and order." He said
that the estimation of a man's charac
ter generally is influenced by one's
personal experiences. This he said
might be the reason to some extent for
his great reverence for Lincoln.
Mr. Searle has had a peculiar per
sonal connection with Lincoln. Mr.
Searle's grandfather was a boyhood
friend of Lincoln's in New Salem, 111.,
and was also a member of Lincoln's
company in the Black Hawk war. Mr.
Searle's father, who resides in this
city, was a law student In Lincoln's
office at the time Lincoln was elected
president. These family connections.
Mr. Searle said, might have influenced
his estimate .of Lincoln's character.
In" .hi4ntb With I.owlj-.
"Lincoln was a lover of law and or
der," said Mr. Searle, "but it was with
a broader aspect than is- given it by
Mr. Eckels. Lincoln was in sympathy
with the downtrodden and lowly, and
this is the reason he is held in such
reverence by the people. His political
bible was the declaration of independ
ence and the constitution, and these
were not visionary things with him
they were the foundation of his whole
life and beliefs. They were a part of
Mr. Searle told of Lincoln's adapta
tion to the needs of the time in which
he came before the public. "A man
was needed who was adapted to the
requirements of the time, and nature
produced Lincoln. His course as pres
ident was entirely consistent11 with his
beliefs. He was a lover of law and
order, but it was law that would reach
out and prevent the imwerful from ap
propriating the wealth of this country."
Mr. Searle drew a picture of the pres
ent conditions of this country, of its
corporations and their evil tendencies,
and said that were Lincoln hen; today
he would sympathize with the grea:
mass of the people. "Lincoln con
forms exactly to my ideal of a states
man and a patriot." Mr. Searle closed
his address with the moral that every
one should exercise his influence to
Front. 2' inrbri Back. J Inches'
TI t tt 1
1 he sign ot a wcii-dressed man
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Armpits and Feet
Non-poisonous, antiseptic and
ei-rmlrirte. purilifa an1 cleans
the skin anil cures charing any
where. Odozone is the best
known remedy for prickly heat,
mnsrpilto bites, hives, bee sttnKS,
and flea bite. Kivint; nnlek re
lief If thoroughly rubbed In
Odozone for sweaty tender feet
laa no equaL Oduzone rubbed In
the armpits once a. d.iy entirely
removes the sweaty odor.
KOR SALE DY
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
FRANK A. FREDERICKS.
Schremer Shop, 1121 Fourth
JaaalajE promptly doae. AVIa
dow aad aereea daara a pee tally-
SatUfaetioa teaaraateed. Hea
Ideaee, 413 Kleveath atreet. Old
pheae west 824.
r V The t y
attain tie ends which Lincoln would
strive for in these times.
Liaeola aad Wanhlaartea Compared.
Fifty men attended the meeting yes
terday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A.,
and heard the address on Lincoln by
Prof. C. W. Foss, of Augustana col
lege. Prof. Foss considers Lincoln as
the ideal American, and this thought
was developed throughout the whole
course of his address. Prof. Foss
dwelt to some length on the early life
of his subject, pointing out incidents
which showed the character of Lin
coln. Prof. Foss made something of a
comparison between Washington and
Lincoln, and declared that while
Washington fought for the foundation
of the principles of personal liberty.
Lincoln's life work had been for the
preservation of those principles. The
speaker mentioned the famous debate
between Lincoln and Douglas, and
commented on the shrewdness of Lin
coln on that occasion. He mentioned
his first speech, and spoke of the later
addresses, the Gettysburg speech, par
ticularly, now considered masterpieces
of American literature and oratory.
TO BECOME OFFICER:
IN SALVATION ARMY
Bennie Frysinger Goes From Rock Isl
and to Train at the Chicago
The following is contributed by the
commanding officer of the Rock Island
corps of the Salvation Army:
"The Salvation Army has a broken
link in its chain who is willing to
mend the broken chain? Last Thurs
day Rock Island corps said farewell to
one of its most promising and faithful
comrades and candidates. Bennie Fry
singer took his departure for Chicago's
training garrison, where he expects to
prepare "himself for a Salvation Army
officer in time to come. And w;hile we
hear words of deep regret on every
side, for he has been a faithful standby
for over two years, being always at his
post of duty. Yet our hearts rejoice to
see one young in years devoting his
life to such a grand and noble work.
May he be successful in all his under
takings. He has the parting blessing
of not only his officer and comrades
of Rock Island corps, but his many
friends wish him a prosperous time."
W. A. DRURY, PIONEER OF
COUNTY, DEAD ATMUSCTINE
Came Here in Early Thirties and
Kept Store at Drury's
W. A. Drury, one of the oldest set
tlers of the lower end of this county
anl Muscatine, has joined the silent
majority,-'having passed away at his
home in Muscatine Friday, the cause
of death being the infirmities of old
age, coupled with the effect of an in
jury sustained on Sept. 1 last. Mr.
Drury had always been active, even
in later years, but since being injured
had been confined to his bed.
Mr. Drury was a native of Indiana,
having been born in Wayne 'county
on Feb. HI, 1SK5. When but IS years
of age he came west, reaching this
section of the great expanse of prairies
on horseback. He first settled in Mer
cer county, where he conducted a gen
era! ftore for seme time, but after
wards was associated in business with
his brother at Diary's Landing, that
place now nearly obliterated, having
at one time a promising outlook.
While residing there he was united in
marriage to Miss Armilda Comstock,
the marriage taking place Dec. 2'.).
184L The next year the young people
moved to Muscatine, then called
Blooruingten, which has been the fam
ily home since that time. He is sur
vived by bis wife and by one son. Ross.
Alice K. Drury, a granddaughter, also
BROTHERS DIE IN WRECKS
John and Peter Blake Kilted Eighteen
John Blake, an engineer on the Rock
Island road, who had many friends
in this city, was killed in a wreck
at Chanute, Kans.. last Tuesday night.
A singular incidence is that Mr.
Blake's brother Peter, also an engi
ner, was killed in a wreck near Eldou,
Iowa, about 18 months ago.
Day of Prayer for Students.
Yesterday was set apart by the gen
eral committee of the World's Student
Christian Federation as a universal
day of prayer for students. The call
was resjxmded to in 30 nations, by 10 .
000 members of the student volunteer
movement. It is recognizee! by govern
ment and secular schools as well a
The day was observed in the church
es of Rock Island. The general as
sembly of the United Prc-sbyterian
church authorized the taking of special
contributions for the educational work
of the church.
A Touching Story.
is the saving from death, of the baby
girl of George A. Eyler, Cumberland,
Md. He writes: "At the age of 11
months, our little girl was in declining
health, with serious throat trouble.
and two physicians gave her up. We
were almost in despair, when we re
solved to try Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds. . The first bottle gave relief;
after taking four bottles rhe was
cured, and is now in perfect health.'
Never fails to relieve and cure a cough
or cold. At Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
store. 50 cents and 51 guaranteed
Trial bottle free.
MAN UP A TREE
Is He Who Denies There is a Cod,
Says Evangelist Lock
WILL NOT ADMIT ERROR
Real Man Will, But Fool Never Will
Big Attendance at Meet
ingv Three hundred men attended the
meeting at the Memorial Christian
church yesterday afternoon addressed
by Evangelist Lockhart. He said in
"My subject is "A Man Up a Tree.
Just where that subject will lead me,
I am not sure. Did you liear of the
drunken Irishman that came stagger
ing down the street and bumped into
a bii fftt traveling -one t- who pulled
off 'aftV gave him a smAfl jolt, remark
ing: 'Pat. can't you look where you
ar$,,-oing?' 'Falthmd I. . can look
where I'm goin', says Pat, "but I can t
go where I'm a-lookin'.'
"Now. Jesus was going through Jer
icho, and the crowd was pressing iion
Him when He looked up In a sycamore
tree and saw Zachaeus. and said:
'Zachaeus. come down.' Many a man
is up a tree and does not know it, or
will not acknowledge it. Now. it takes
a real man to acknowledge he is wrong
a fool never will. And if I can show
any of you that you are up a tree and
you are willing to come down, it will
show your manhood.
Knlth l ot Knouuh.
"That man is up a tree who says he
is good enough; that he belongs to a
lodge, and that's enough. Now. I have
only praise for the moral man. Moral
ity is essential to a christian life, but
isn't all there is to it. Many a ladder
that will reach the first story window
is no value for the third until there is
another ladder attached to it. Nico
demus was a good man. a moral man,
but Jesus said to him: 'Ye must be
born again.' Cornelius was a devout,
even religious, man, but he needed
Jesus Christ. Faith in God and in mor
ality is not enough. The Jews for
4.000 years, had the right conception of
God and of morals, but that didn't
save'tUcm. and that couldn't save the
world- They only knew God as the
one Gtvl and not as the Father,. .Jesus
Christ said: i am the way, the truth
and the life; no man can come unto the
Father, but by Me.
"I believe in lodges. They are the
expressions of the fraternal spirit of
our christian religion. I am a lodge
man, but I want to say that there is no
lodge that can save a man. I'll tell
you why: it is because there is no
Christ in them. God's name is recog
nized, but Jesus Christ as the savior
is not found in the lodges. The spirit
ual law. by means of which we attain
unto eternal life, is as unchangeable
as the law of gravitation. You must
recognize this. As Jesus passes by,
will you co.-ne down and follow Him."
Hut Qne Standard of Morn Ik
Rev. Lockhart then spoke emphatic
ally to those men who were living for
the passing moment. "There Is but
one standard of morals which is bind
ing on man and woman alike." The
preacher declared that man up a tree
who denied there is a God, who blas
phemed His name, and who denied
that Jesus is the Christ, and closed
with a strong appeal to all men to fol
low Jesus Christ, the great Master
This evening Rev. Ixckharfs sub
ject will be, "What Shall I Do With
Jesus?" Mr. Garmomr will onen th.
meeting with an allustrated song at
is often caused by sores, ulcers and
cancers, that eat away your skin. Wil
liam Bedell, of Flat Rock. Mich., says:
"I have used Buckien's Arnica Salve,
for ulcers, sores and cancers. It is
the bct healing dressing I ever
found." Soothes and heals cuts, burns
and scalds. 25 cents at Haltz &. ULe-me-yer's
IT IS SERIOUS.
Some Rock Island People Fail to Real
ize the Seriousness. . .
The constant aching of a bad baci.,
The weariness, the tireel feeling.
The pains and aches of kidney ills
Are strious if neglected.
Dangerous urinary roubles follow.
A Rock Island citizen shows how to
Mrs. J. Andrews, of i;io5 Thirty
eighth street, says: "I had steady
aching pain through my kidneys and
in my hips, especially after a bard
day's work when my back hurt me so
severely that it made me nervois and
restlers nights. There was too fre
quent action of the kidney secretions
as a rule, very annoying and distress
ing. Doan's Kidney pills were re
omm'ndfd te me and I obtained a
box at the Harper House drug store.
In a few days I began to improve and
I continued the treatment until I wa
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City Passenger Agent,
Rock Island, III.
CHANNON, PERRY 6c CO., J
Dt!s Block. Old 'Phone 1148.
It is the duty of a
parent to have its
eyes examined and
if defective have
them fitted with
of children are to
day afflicted with
Headache, St. Vit
us Dance', Cross
and Chronic Sore
Eyes, all caused by
eye strain, due to
the need of glass
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D. P. A Davenport, la.
he sees a comfortable home and,
as the cold weather approaches
thinks of keeping it warm.
Our method of steam, or hot
water heating will do the trick.
All about it here for a hint that
you want to know.
New 6148. 112 West Seventeenth BL