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THE -AIIOTTS. MONDAY. AUGUST 21, 1905.
Old Soltlers Program Will
Concluded fcarly in the
PRESIDENT IN POOR HEALTH
May Not Be Able to Act a Chairman
of Mcetintj Hon. S. R. VanSant
of Minnesota Speaks.
Tomorrow morning tlic Old Settlers"
association of Hock Island county will
bold its annual meeting at the Watch
Tower, and the announcement is made
that th" speeches wili be concluded tie
fore noon. As many pn f'-r to nave the
program over arly this plan was de
cided upon. Hon. S. Ii. Van Sant. form
er governor of Minncj-'ita will honor
the gal tie-ring with his presence. deiv-
ring the principal address, ami, rioubr
lfht.. he will (!-i m it an honor to him
f if to le given the privilege of ad
dressing the persons anions whom he
rew from childhood. Following is the
I'lrrrlva of Ih.
(V.l to order by president.
I'raycr Rev. Marion Humphreys,
pastor Central Presbyterian e'ltireh.
Rending of minutes of last meeting.
Reception of members and payment
Ai'tiress of weleom President Mar
tin Kiirk. Rock Island.
Re-pon-e - Dr. A. M. Meal. Moline.
KifC IOII id' oltieers.
General business, including reports
of officers and report of death.
Valedictory of retiring president.
Inaugural of new president.
Inaugural of new president.
Address Former Governor S. R. Van
Sant, of Minnesota.
Voluntary speeches and general soci
ability. "Aukl Lang Syne."
Ail persons who were residents ot
ihe county in ISf." and before, and their
children are eligible to membership,
and it is earnestly hoped all wiil at
tend and affiliate.
A prize of a $".on chair will be given
to the pioneer attending th" meeting,
whose settlement in this county is of
the earliest date, and who is still a resi
dent of the county, former winners
May B- Alett.
The executive committee of the siv
ciety received a note from President M.
C. Frick this morning expressing the
fear that owing to the state of his health
he might not be able to be present.
The committee is still in hopes, how
ever, that Mr. Frick will be able to at
tend and preside. Should this be im
possible. Vice President William Payne
will occupy the chair.
are instantly relieved, and perfectly
healed, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. C.
Rivenbark, Jr., of Norfolk. Ya., writes:
"I burnt my knee dreadfully; that It
blistered all over. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve stopped the pain, and healed it
without a scar." Also heals all wound?
and sores. 25c at Hartz &. Ullemeyer,
You Are tfie Pilot j
Of Your Purse,
And if you steer clear of high prices and buy your grocer
ies at the Economy grocery where the kowet.t prices and
bestgood6go hand in hand, it will not be necessary for
you to "wait until your ship comes in," for the saving you
can make on groceries will net you a neat cum at the end
of the year, that can be used for making purchases that
you could not afford otherwise. The time to begin is now.
You will note the saving at once. Road these prices.
Finest Itacon, pound 12J -c
C lbB. Head Itice 25c
G Halt Mackerel 25c
6 cans Oil Sardines 25c
6 cans Mustard Sardines. .. .25c
6 bottles Catsup 25c
C cans Cream 25c
G pkgs. Gold Dust 25c
10 bars i. C Soap 25c
3 cans Table Syrup 25c
2 cans tall Salmon 25c
3 lbs. Cakes 25c
8 pkgs. Tooth Picks 25c
8 sacks Salt 25c
1 lb. N. J. Tea 25c
2 lbs. Coffee, good 25c
Finest Cheese, pound 15c
Good Corn, per doz 75c
E. J. Peas, per doz 90c
Yeast Foam, per pkg 3c
Fancy large Olives, quart... 25c
2 large bars Ivory Soap ....15c
2 bars Sa polio 15c
Ammonia, quart bottle 8c
f. lb. can best Baking Powder. 50c
3 pkgs. Jcllo 25c
IHE ECONOMY GROCERY
1515 SECOND AVENUE.
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ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Offers Excellent Courses in
College, Icadcmy, Music, liusiness,
Irt, and Elocution Departments.
Fall Term r.i fr r.i.io..r.
Opens Tuesday. v3 CpT . Gustav Andreen
The ever uniform quality of
Hlatz Wiener means that un
derrating principles are prac
ticed at the brewery
lAI U Lh BEER
I III I I !
The most critical exactness is
exercised in every process.
That's why Blatz Beers are
always the same.
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217 -loth St Hello H25
lvivaca the o&s&o wood C.eL"BIfttsj
WORSHIP IN CAMP
Hundreds Attend Meeting in Tin
dall's Grove Sabbath
SERMON BY REV. A. K. TULLIS
Afternoon Service Well Attended
Many New Cottages Hundred
Camp Meeting Grounds. Aug. 21-
ac-w cottages have been buili. the
ground are in the best of shape an.l
an enthusiastic ramp meeting is being
neiu at me iindail grove tnis vear.
About loo tents are occupied and a
great many visitors coming from a dis
tance were present Sunday. With the
rising of the sua people began arriving
in all kinds of vehicles for the Sabbath
Sunday frn It.
Testimony meeting was led by Pre
siding Eider Wiley. Many testimonials
were given during the first half hour.
after which the congregation assem
bled for morning services. Rev. K. I.
Fahnestock led the song service. Rev.
A. K. Tuilis of Viola preached, taking
for his text. John l-':3;!: "And if I be
lifted up from the earth I will draw all
men unto me." He said:
"This Is a marvelous utterance of
one who had knowledge of the vast
nes.s of human mind, one who under
stood the undertaking of those who
would come unto him. Jesus Christ is
the ctnter of all power. He was con
scious of iower applicable to the world
to draw all men unto himself. His
name indicates sorrow, joy, humliity.
exaltation pain. Prophecy told of the
manner of the crucifixion; that Christ
should become the one to draw all men
unto himself. He gave thiee elements
to the lifting:
II. Life, or church of God.
He dwelt at length upon these three
The Junior league was under the di
rection of Mrs. Fahnestock with Mrs.
Will Clark as organist.
After the song service at o o'clock.
Rev. W. H. Witter led in prayer, and
Rev. Comstock of Bradford preached
the sermon of the afternoon.
The evening sermon was preached
by Rev. J. Ferris of Keithsburg. to a
great throng. The tabernacle was fill
ed long before service time, every one
being interested in his theme.
The singing is under the leadership
of Rev. Fahnestock of Pink Prairie.
The books used are songs of praise and
sal vat ion.
TIiom' lu Trntn.
Among the tent holders we have:
M. Y. Hunting and family; Mrs. Sa
rah Armstrong; Annie Armstrong;
Janits Snider and family; Benjamin
Davids and family; K. C. Love and
family; George Lipton and family:
Walter Foster and family ; Homer
Rathburn and family; F. Rathburn and
wife; I .oil Rathburn; Belle Rathburn:
Mr. and Mrs. Will Clarke; A. Frceburg
and wife; Miss I. Freeburg; Rev. Crane
and daughter; Sarah Sherman; Dave
Sherman; Millie Otto; Addie Snider;
Katie Wilson; J. Clarke ami family;
John Martin and family of Preemption;
Mr. Sharpe and family; J. Gardner and
family; Mi&s Lida Baxter; Master
Frank Swanson; Mrs. F. Brown; Ber
tha Brown; Merrill Brown; Miss
Grant; Mrs. Dunlap: Mrs. Bailey; Miss
Laura Bailey; Margaret Pinkerton;
Viola L 1 lanes and family; Uena Boro
man; Bertha Kell; Grace Weaver;
Hannah Fitzpatriek; John Vander.slice
and family; F. K. MeMichael, wife and
son; Mrs. Girton; Mae ( riswell: P.
Wadsworth and family: F. Wilson,
wife, and daughters; L. Martin and
family, Milan; Mrs. Holt; Wili law
rence and son; Mrs. J. A. Donahoo;
Mrs. Neal: Mrs. D. F. Cromwell: Mrs.
A. P. Hartzell. Fast Moline; Esther
Conard, Galesburg, III.; Byron Jordan.
Orion; Mary Hartzell Rapp, Quincy;
W. T. Johnston; Mabel Johnston; Mrs.
Gus Olsen and family; Mr. and Mrs.
Gauley; Mrs. Robert Wait; Ruth Wait;
Miss Stella Mallet t. Reynolds; Dr. Con
nelly and wife, Farmington; Archer
Armstrong and family. Grinnell. Iowa;
Mrs. Rebecca Little and family, Mt.
Vernon. Iowa; Mina Staggs, Avon;
Mr. Goddard and wife. Mrs. J. God
dart; W. W. Egbert and wife: C. W.
Bridgeford and wife, Millersburg; Mr.
Mumina. Pert Byron: Rev. Wiley and
family. Rock Island; Pearl Johnston of
Advertised List No. 33.
Following is the list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the Rock Island
post office: Mis:- Blanch Bates, Andrew.
Berg. E. F. B:-.z. Anna Blackley, Mr.
Patt Bloomfield, Mrs. A. B. Buckley.
Mrs. Herman Carstens. S. J. Cheleeu.
George A. Davis. T. E. Davis, W. ii.
Davis. P. R. Fletcher, Fritz & Parker.
Henry Guenterman. F. T. Hawkins.
Thomas G. Kane. Frank J. Kupper,
Clarence La Fayette. E. M. lAnge, J. L.
Lundin. Mrs. Lizzie Marshall 2). Mii
Margaret Megee. Clarke Miller. J.
Bruce Miller. L. K. Murdock. O. C.
Par&ons. Alvard D. Ramsey. Rov S.
: Reason. John Reed. George A. Schaab.
S Sr.. Thomas F. Smith. Miss A. Thomp
json. Rev. R. T. Thorton. Charley Von,
j Miss Mabel Wells. William White. Mrs.
i Dave Wiekie. Williams Cook companv,
. Mrs. K. Willis.
I THOMAS 11. THOMAS. P. M.
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No Cooking, No Heating, No Fussing,
You Need No Eggs, No Flavoring, No Sugar.
It's AH in tne Powder. Everything but the Ice
And What a Saving ! One cent a plate will cover the
cost ; and the process is so simple that a child can
The Ice Cream yon Buy may be pare aad It may not.
If you make your own, you know tha,t its purity it above
Jell-O Ice Cream Powder is approved by Pure Food
Commissioners and everybody else who has ever used it. It
received the highest award Gold Medal at St. Louis.
Four kinds of Jell-O Ice Cream Powder : Chocolate,
Vanilla, Strawberry, and unflavored.
If yon haven't a freeier. two tin pells will do.
Two packages for 25 cents at all grocers, or sent by mail
on receipt of 25 cents in stamps and the name of a grocer
who does not 6ell it.
Instructive Illustrated Recipe Book mailed free upon
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IN THE CHURCHES.
The Helen Blair left for the
First Baptist. The Rock Island Bap
tist association meets in Alpha Tues
day evening;, Wednesday and Thurs
day of this week. The following dele
gates have been elected, and will
doubtless leave on Wednesday morn
inp: Kev. and Mrs. IL W. Heed, Thom
as Campbell. Miss Alice Campbell. Ku
fus Yard. J. W. Welch. Miss Mary
Welch, Kev. II. C. First. Mrs. W. B.
I'ettit. Mrs. A. H. Pollard. Mr. and
Mrs. h W. Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. H.
K. Summers. X. I. Tucker and Mrs.
Grace Lutheran. The Acme society
meets with Miss Olson on Forty-sixth
street this evening.
The confirmation clas.s will be or
ganized Sept. 2. in the evening, in the
lecture room of the church. All who
wish to join the class for this year are
asked to meet with the pastor at that
United Presbyterian. Kev. W. B.
Anderson, who has spent seven years
in India in missionary work, will be a
Kock Island visitor this week. Several
months ao Mr. Anderson stopped in
this city, making only a brief stay.
Sunday he occupies the pulpit at the
Fnited Presbyterian church, both
morning and evening. Being a ef
fluent and interesting speaker, his com
ing will be awaited with pleasure. L
perienres in missionary work will form
the nucleus of his talks. Mr. Ander
son's name appears on the Chautauqua
program at Monmouth this week.
Spencer Memorial. Miss Jo.-ie Fek
ert s .Sunday school class holds an irr.
cream social on the lawn of Mrs. J. W.
Bowes' home, t;;l Forty-second street
The Fpworth league had charge of
the services at the jail yesterday. Claire
Smick has charge of this work, which
is conducted by this league every lifth
The I. H. N. girls have issued invita
tions for a birthday party at the home
of Miss Jessie Whiteside, Fridav after
noon and evening.
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
The Ruth. Columbia and Eclipse
were north and outh. The St. Paul
and Wanderer were down and the
Georgie S. and I.-aac Staples went
Dang'r Hgt. Ch'ng
Line Sa m. 24hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Taul 14 S.2 :.
Red Wing 11 .()
Reed's Landing 12 a ll
La Crosse 12 t
Prairie du Chien is ,r
l.e Claire 10 4.1 0.1
Rock Island 15 .r.:5 o.'J
Ies Moines Rapids.... :.0 0."
Keokuk 15 5.4 or.
St. Imis .'Ut 13.7
Kansas City J1 12.4 :'.7
Very slowly fallinn stages in Hie Mis
sissippi will continue from below Du
bue.ue to Muscatine
J. M. SII!:mi:i. IhmI Forecaster.
"For several years my wife was
troubled with what physicians called
sick headache of a very severe charac
ter. She doctored with several emi
nent physicians and at a great expense,
only to grow worst until she was un
able to do any kind or work. About a
year ago she began taking Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
today weighs more than she did befoie
and is real well," says Mr. deo. H.
Wright, of New Ixtidon, New York.
For tale by all leading druggists.
Scrofula, salt rheum, erysipelas and
other distressing eruptive diseases
yield quickly and pet niaiieni iy to tie
cli ansing, purifying power of Burdock
Enjoy Using Hcrpicide on Account of
The ladies who have used N'cv.bio's
Hcrpicide speak of it in the highest
terms, for its quick cfTed in cleansing
the scalp of dandruff and also for its
excellence as a general hair-dresfiug.
It makes the scalp feel fresh ami it al
lays that itching which dandruff will
cause. Newbro's Herpicide effectively
cures dandruff, as it destroys the germ
that causes it. The same germ causes
hair to fail out and later baldness. It
is also an ideal hair-dressing, for it
lends an aristocratic charm to the
hair tha: is quite distinctive. Sold by
leading druggists. Send l'c in stamps
to Herpicide Company, Detroit, Mich.
T. H. Thomas, speiial acnt.
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New instructors, wlio are
csporienct'il. New Type
writers, and every t hiii in
first class shape for our
opening. Sept. o.
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