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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1913.
Minister Commends Monu
mental Association's Endeavor
ORGANIZE A CLUB
Roc l: Island. 112., Feb. $ .Editor far easier to be brave than to be a !
rr i .
i nr- .,ir: permit me through your ; r-owtrd. Wp have a great pa?t to
Kirii::: tH to xprr-g my gratification . encourage and stimulate us to our
b.t the Mentiment expressed In your s best. We are the heirs of the genera
'! .torial of r-cer.t dnte commend. ng j tlons before us. We have inherited
Hie proportion ;. the Monumental ; their works, their names and their
jisor iatlnn to erect a memorial to the , dwelling. Our obligations to them
t-olrliers and t-ailors of our country, end ' !nr rease with the parsing vears. As
which means that there are no other
available places in that city for the
annual exhibition of trl-city fanciers'
I prize stock. It behooves Rock Is
i land's fanciers and Rock Island's bus-
j iness interests to grasp the. opportun-
i ity which Is presented. A good poul-'
j try orsanization win assure shows of
Meeting With That End in View, considerable size and importance here
Has Been Called for Mon
Poultry fanciers and all who are
and bring in big crowds to see them
This is what is aimed at in calling a
meeting for Monday evening.
j.. so to ti a wn:C of li'.-arty approval patriotic citizens we constantly feei interested in chickens are invi'ed to'
for the r !ir'i lit;.' !v(-h of t;i- busl- , that wo are under a debt of obligation , be present Monday evening at a meet
)i m int'TChts v ho lii'.ve protxieed to which we ntver shall be ab'.e to repay, ibg which is to be held for the pur
j'ive Kubptariti.il assistance i.i the mat- One of the first indications of the pose of effecting an organization look-
deradenee of a republic is to forget ' 'ng to the holding of a big poultry
NURSE MADE 326
CALLS IN A MONTH
The Visiting Nurse association held
its monthly business meeting this
morning at the home of Mrs. C. O.
Woodruff and received the report of
the visiting nurse. Miss Margaret
Giles, which was as follows: Calls
made 326, patients 58, under IS doc
tors who are Drs. Stocker. Mueller.
Hall, Lachner. Williams, Eyster, Os-
There ar" fv.o .j"iifi -ant reasons , its heroes. When the fires of patriot- show in Rock Island. The meeting
v M h w: .1 i'i:for-f your - li'nat tons ism burn low in the human heart then ' will be held at the Myers Optical!
' "'.in f:.i i ;.(.ii- ! familWr the ravage of vice, greed and corrup- j company's room on Eighteenth street,
With tti'- fai l that Wednesday next tion beein Every e;hool boy is famil- i north of the Rock Island Savings
is th; minivers; ry of the birth of. iar with the fact that when Rome for-: bank. One does not have to be an ex-
Abrahatn l.itirr.bi, the greatest leader pot the virtues of her heroes then ; tensive chicken owner to attend. In-
-v th;tt the world lus her power passed from lier. Ignoble i terest in poultry is all that is nec-
is 1,'idee-l l.ttinc that indeed ill it be if -vo of this genera- essnry to gain admittance to the meet-!
t ir n forgt the sei.se of justice and ; 'nfC. Considering the number of fan-: '"'. uraatoru. imer. tternnarai, :
ccnseuitent obligation under which we riers and "overs of good stock in Rock : Jr.. Dart. Sala. DeSilva, Eddy of Milan, j
rest. How sublime was the u'terance , Island, the meeting ought to be well I Kruehl of Davenport, and Beck. West;
of America s greatest commoner when attended. s and Keipo.u or Aionne. l nree patient
; he said of thH: is for us. the liv-' If an orcanization, such as is . died, two were dismissed, two were j
Inc. rather to br dflii-ated her" to the planned, is brought about, it will give j transferred to it. .Antnonys hospital,
unfinished work that thev have thus ! to Rock Island an excellent oppor- one transferred to hourly nurse, one j
far so nolA carri-d on. If is rather tunitv. The time is ripe for the hold- sent to Canton. 111. 19 recovered, four!
for us to be here dedicated to the ing of a poultry show that will be ! were transferred to cpre of family and
' t;z-ii so,u:f -v that
." r known. P
t ." A ti rican peop!. sho:id v'.v t
t i. Win to a:l tl.tt ii.spir'-s pa'riot
: In specially at such a T t ir: . Sec-
'i, it will be b:t a few years until
to" soldiers of the ':' vii; b" but
:i niejuory. For in a liTtl- while tli",
T-li,ri' fie., of 'he ii. A. K. f i'l
I i.e passer) to the last r:iniping
E'owid Lever to return. Even the
ien and worm n who are most inter g-et task remaining before us. that secend only to those held at Chicago. ! 20 remain unuer me nurse s care. Ar-
' ieri in th's i.erpr:se must be added froni thee honored dead we take in- Th" tri-cities are the logical place ' tides loaned are: 24 sheets, eight
i.i that nun. hi r cn-..s"d devotion to 'be cause for ! for a show of such size and Rock , night dresses, six pairs or pillow cases.
No enc.or.n:r.i i- too s'ron to be v h eh they here ;;ave the last full I Is. and is naturally the choice of the
t. ild to the memory of a patriot's measure of devotion: that we here three towns. Furthermore, it is douot-
ef.-iiH. With moral courage unsur- highly resolve that the dead shall not ful if any more poultry shows will be
l -'ted h trod the w in,, press of our Lave died in vain." These, words, j held at the Armory in Davenport,
i :t;otial life aiid did it with an agony 'spoken by President Lincoln in the'
whieh the civilian can never know. pr euce of the dead at Gettysburg,'-
II. :t mere a ljei i i .-s in the presence may fi'ly become a challange for our i
(' heroism always w-m an imperii- service for all the yars to come.
III ' iTvmv K' iS-3zKW Ml 19
III 9N LET US CO-OPERATE, TOvSAVE THE CRTtEr "
Donations were received from Mrs. !
Allen Welch, Mrs. Porter. Mrs. Norris, !
Mrs. Rogers. Mrs. L. Mosenfalder and !
Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen. i
n-e. Let us seek th'ir worth in
their achievements What have they
ii hi' .' U lio (ire these men and tut
; ' ry have they secured for us? The
r.er is in a ui.:!ed couiitr;.. a union
i.e uiej inseparable, now and for
e ' r." An i m.tti-ipMed r.ic-e of slaves,
c.iil a !:' voi-;d e'-t mate plaeeo upo:i !
! lili-:;ii instil :t at.'! the worth
i i.e i.l'.iii'eer t-ei-ii r. I.ii" is rich-i
rip' r. i.iore pr. ti:isit:g for us all,
b'' iu:e oi il.e sow;ti of tliH seed
( iir'iopi! un ty (iippe 1 in b ood.
!ii teis-n h: s become fir us a national
t!ei i . ti . With such a past ;.nd such
nil'. t stiiiiiilnie us 11 has become
.roe of the men whose memory
w ill be forever enshrined in toe love j
of all patriots sleep in the depths !
of the sea, some under "'he sod and i
the dew" in old Virginia, some on ihe
red cliffs from Gettysburg to the guif,
Mid some by many a
"River's margin, where, across the
Children s fond thoughts, and wom
en's memories come,
Like iir.gels, to sit by the sepulchre."
No graws were ever more eloquent
Bits of Scripture
Hear me when I call, O God of my
righteousness: thotf hast enlarged me
TO SEOK WOMEN
Cy Common Sense
m. inory of the men who fought for the
country." Let us honor ourselves in
honoring them. Such a memorial as
is proposed ought to arouse a love for
the heroin, n love of country, a love
for the Anglo-Saxon race. It ought
to stir that subtle and sublime spirit
that slumi.t rs in every bosom that
rises rliove the narrow confines of
serVishiiess arid ima.-rres itself by
the w a tits of inank:r.d. t;,-.r instee'l
and inspiring spirit of uH-domitiattng
ambition of possible nobility that is
S 5 vTi W imrtmet.tof the Ly- et doncatit in large measure m tne
(I yf ie : , U . !. i';.,Li faIn Med- men of our times. And may it be
l y l icitit- Co., Lynn, as the o'ith of our d,-y coniniune
fA ' -") Mil.-;'. Your letter wIMi the Fpirlts cf our mighty past
' ' (' ?; will I.e op. ned, road that thev m;iv at'h the radiant e and
.1: ; 'j '" iit.swereu oy n'r ert it out upon 'lie wiriu s aarK-
I'rHeti.a!l in .cry ei'y of iny con
s (jiienrc in our land monununts have
been erected i onur.enorr.tii.r; to d.f"ls
Son e of the men whom we will lion- I when I was in distress; have mercy
or are still w ith us. They are our t upon me, and hear my prayer,
first teaehers in patriotism. In an ; r ye sons of men, how long will ye
impromptu address delivered by ex- 1 turn n)y glory into shame? How lone?
President Harrison May 3". 1 HS . he j ve love vanity, and seek after
sa d: "Tiios" who did not share in j k-asiug? Selab.
the gh-ry of the victory should share : JJul know that ,ne Lord hath SP,
in the building of a momiment to the . . . . ,. f ,li..,SPif.
the Ixjrd wili hear when I call unto
Stand in awe, and sin not: commune
w ith your own heart upon your bed,
and be still. Selab.
ent emeritus. A. W. Coulter, superin
tendent. I United Presbyterian, Third arenue
! and Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L.
Vance, pastor. Bible school at 9:30
a in. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
at 7:45 p. m.
First Methodist, corner, Fifth ave
nue and Nineteenth street. Rev. T. E
New land, pastor. Sunday school at
TliO a. ni. Epworth league at 6:45
p. m. Services at 10:43 a. m. and 7:30
p m. i
Spencer Memorial Methodist, corner j
Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. Charles Hawkins, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Services at
10:45 a. in. and 7:45 p. in.
Wayman African M. E. (colored;
Tomer Fifth-and-a-half avenue and
Thirteenth street. W. II. Saunders,
Services at 11 a. ni.
Co-operation will prevent accidents!
Accidents that are fatal, or those that maim or mar
the child can be absolutely avoided if Parent and
Teacher will earnestly unite with the, Railway Com
pany in the persistent effort to prepare the mind of
the child and warn him of the dreadful probabilities
of disaster from carelessness and neglect of dangers
upon the street.
Education is lop-sided and half developed that does not teach the child to
take care of his body.
This first obvious duty to the child is of tremendous importance too often
not realized until after the accident.
Once a week, or once a month is not too frequent to have a heart to heart
talk with the child on this subject.
FATHER! MOTHER! TEACHER! WILL YOU JOIN .
HANDS WITH US TO SAVE THE CHILD?
Women ?;!? Tin from ary frm of
1 .'in'e iiis are invited to communicate
promptly with K"
t of the Ly-
, ' f - . r ' ; i' v W III 11 M &
I'' if "C'VvX t'frresitonti.
W T-VAVr I'artm.-t.tol
tW,w Mia i;u-rifl-j-? f P riirKturtliLiiiucc I
.... ... v: --r:r pau,r.
ilUU inn uiir u uri 111 lUf I.UIU. i
: German Methodist, corner Four
There be many that say ho will : wcnth strppt and sixtn avenue. ,lf :.
shew us any good? Kord. li.l thou up ; The0 hilus KiPa pastor Sunday school
the light of thy countenance upon us. ! M 9;15 a m Services fet 10:45 a. ra
Thou hast put gladness in my heart, j and 7:3o p. in. Kpworth league at 7
more than in the time mat llieir corn
and their wine increased.
TRI CITY RAILWAY COMPANY
hall. Sunday school at 2 p. it.. Preach-1 the fire started and It was extinguish
ing service at 3:15 p. m. J. C. Scholt?s:ed mostly by a bucket brigade
I Free Methodist, Ninfn avenue and
I will both lay me down in peace, ! Fifteenth street. Hev. II. C. Willing,
. mi s'eep; for thou, Lord, only makest
me dwell in safety.
.' ri.M cn;i'!erciv
v.( tr-.n ii.id heid m
A w .:;-. iri c;in freely '
t.i'iv r li.- rivito i!'.:. i;; a wemnn :
t.'.iM I':: ' t'l-i n est:.li',isht d I. ciiri''.;eiiti'
c .i-re :..ii'ni..;u " vl.ii-!. I .. . ext. tided over
i. m y yti.is umI r rirli :.; . -r l,n .
i-.i!.eu. Ncv r !i;ive tin ' ( ::. i.J)ic:l :. i
t.' tipiiinin! or lined a let ti-r v.":tii'iut Ih
v ritii n ciinp' rt of tlw vni.T.Hnd n-ver
h--i t!i" (.'oir.i;.ny tiHowe.! tl.er..' cot f.- I
(l iitiiil letter to fret out of tl'i ir jk
sHii.t:, as tin1 hiMiiir'.-of ti-.oufamb
i' tt-em in t'u ir t.l will tttcrt
Out of the v:t.t volume exjvncir
wiiii-h ;!'..y ha . to cr.v fr-ii". it in rnur."
t:um .n.;s;bli i'.,i,t they p! ...: t'.-. wry
1 nowledjrc in-cled ic y 'ir "... c. Not'i-i:.f.-
is u..Kel iii ret.;'-:i - ci it ur roo-1
v ill. nd their ,i ivitv l'...s lielo. d then-;-an'i.
S'.:r. W :.:-- wee- mi, i ,,r jmor,
shutiiil in' f'.ii-i t t;i' j.ivnntivf of tl'is
I'ei.ero'is o!!Vr of i;.. i.- tiieci-. Adiircss
' ydiii K. I'i'il.! .'.' ! .'! ''.icirio C., (oon
li lei:1!;.!) I.yr", r.'ris-i.
I ',v cry A'. ou):i:i cficrlit : lir.vo
idi;i '. IltiU!';it:i fi()-pjijr'
1 Itixik. It is not ii Ikm-U for
j'.'t.criil ii-lriltuti(ui. us it is tx
j,ti-.i,. If is free nii'I only
'M:iitn:l!e ;iuiil. Write for
'. Advcr: i.-c:i:cn: )
lastor. Sunday school at fl:4.r. a. in.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni. j '
cf valor f our soldiers and sailors.
Should not Hoik lslhnd n !ond
prcinii'ly and g-ticroiily? Let us out.
o tt'.e rp rit of iru" gratitud" rear a
monument that shall (tar.d for en
turles to teach other setierations tha'
thin union "ii oti and invparab'e,
now kihI foreer."
T. K. NKV.'I.A.Mi.
M.n.'er r.rst Method'st Kpisf "t-'a!
Ziou' Swedish Iutheran, Forty-fifth
(treet and Seventh avenue. Rev. N. J.
rorel.erg, pat-tor. Sunday school at
9 SO a. ni. Services at 10:45 a. in. and
7 : :io p. m.
i:irmuTi l'vnTi''el:e:l t ornor Twelf-h
rii-.l Tuol'th nf.iiiie Rev I LJ aJ 51
Charles Heffersch wen. brakeman on
tho Iowa division, and who was injured
First Baptist, corner Third avenue
'.nd Fifteenth street. Itev. 11. V. I u' falling from his train near Wilton,
Ueed, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 i Io'.sa, and broke three ribs, is recover
a in. Services at 10:45 a. in. and 7:30 ; ins rapldly from his injuries.
p in. .Morning subject, uur iieaveniy
Father." Evening subject. "A Sabbath
Mrs. A. Otto was visiting in the tri-
Sur.day school at
Services at 10:30
WILL GO TO ELGIN
i. now an assured fait that a
jia'Ke delegation will go from here to
! t:ie 4it';i annua! state cnii eiii ion of
'he 1 iinois You'i'-' Men's Christian as-
M l uitiru. whii h will be held in Klgin.
11! . Feb. .7 and Ms";, different
1 nl.-.te? u:!i be ri'l'ri m n'ed at the line,.
! Aiaoin, t.ie prouiU o:: speakers will
be lu S.i.is K'.ar.s of Ktpon. Wis.:
K 1.' r: K. Lev, is jt ClevcU'.lld. Ohio;
Ktliyn T. Y!;i-n New York Cit ;
Mr. tl'-orte J. t-"lie and laren S.
F;:i.k. A biv; b.i'.;uet iil lose the
".:( U' ;('ll. v
F J. lioif, pastor,
t' a. ni. and - p. in.
a. in. at.d 7:30 p. in.
Grace Kuglisa Lutheran, corner
Sovouth avenue and Forty-fourth
street. Rev. Ir:t (). Xothstein, pastor.
Sunday school at rj:15 a. m. Services
at 10:45 a m. and 7:15 p. in. Morning
fu'.jeit. "The Temptation." Victor E.
'v. (iisun. missicnary -elect to China,
will Fpeak on "Chinese Characteris
es s " The choir and l.utheian male
t'herus will give special music.
First Swedisu Lutheran, corner
Ki!i".njuil Hantist. corner Forty-
fourth street and Fifth avenue. Rev.
C. E. Taylor, LL.D., acting pastor. Sun-
i cii ies last week.
! Mr. and Mrs. (5. Sufs are the parent he Embroidery club Tuesday
'cf a little boy born Tuesday.
and Korb won all prizes. A n:. lunch
Mrs. Muller was paid a visit by her j The youni; ladies' class of the liap
mother Mrs. Hanson of Mollne lasUtiet church will give a chicken pie
week. 'slipper next Tuesday, Feb. H.
Charles Fungus who works at the I Mr. tla-n'y of C.v'-ou lift w !l move
round house hero had his left hand in-'to Silvis next mon'n, 1 a purchas
jured while at work. Several stitches ed property here.
had to be taken in the injured member. ' N. -
Mrs. W. Jackson has returned home
j from several days spent in Jackson
ville. Mr. and Mis. Harry Hill receutly
'.had as guests Mrs. Foster anil daugh
I ter of Wyoming.
i Mrs. Thomas Crawford entertained
MIMV HIITl PATnDQ
mmi in i ii uniniu
ft FILTHY DISEASE
in., Joseph i
m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning 1
Suci fss by I'sing What tiod j
I day school at 9:45 a.
' Wilmer, superintendent.
Has Put Into Our Hands." Evening
subject. "Christ's Supreme Longing for
Man." (ioud music at both services.
Swedish Haptist. corner Twenty-first
xtieot and Filth aveuue. Sunday school
a! li:30 a. in. Services at 7:30 p. m.
Y. P. F. at 5 p. in., alternate Sundays.
Second Bautist. Tenth street and
Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue. Sixtn av-enue. Rev. J. W. Whitfield.
James j. Welsh, foreman in the su-j Common Sense Treatment
vis carpenter shop, met with a pain-! . , ...
yuicKiy neneves ah
If you have any symptoms of catarrh,
sueh'as stuffed up feeling in the head.
profuse discharge trom the nose, phlegm
; Services at lu:4o a. in. and :4d p. m.
! German Lutiierai.. rorrcr Twentieth
i.trcet and Filth avenue. Re-.. Th. Wil
helm, pastor. Services at 10 a. m.
Trinity Episcopal church. Nine
j Iceiith street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Granville 1!. Sherwood, rector. Ser
vices at 7:30 a. ra.. 10:45 a. ra.
7:30 p. m.
pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45
p. m. Sunday school at 12:30 p. m.
Morning theme. "Samson, the Strong
Man and the Weak .Man.'' Evening
We ttuv ami Sell
lere on ! Company S
Molif.e Plow Co. a
Root A. '.1T1 H.'rViKTt 'o ks
!:.ijuir!i 3 Solicited.
LITTEN &i ROBERTS
Stock. Bond. Mcrtgaget.
Peoples Natioiia' lUiuk lluildiug
Rjck Is'.aud. 111.
iF YOU ARE A
Memorial Christian, corner Third
avenue and Fifteenth street. Sunday
I school at ! 3n a. in. Senior and In-
1 l euty-eichth street and Fifth avenue
and I Rev. J. F. Lockney, rector. Masses at
1:15 and 10:30. Catechism at 2 p. m.
Vespers and benediction at 3 p. m. ev
ery Sunday and holy day.
Sc. Mary's Roman Catholic, corner
of Fourth avenue and Twenty-second
termeuiate C hristian Endeavor at 6:30 . . ,n ,nK 1 v
. , , .., Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m.
p.m. Services at ln:4a a. m. and :30 T . r
, . ,i,. v.. St. Joseph s Roman Catholic, corner
p. m. llbur C lapp will speak at, both
' Second avenue and Fourteenth street.
. r T 1 . . I .. . . Tl -..
I iifau J. J. I1I11U. ICLIUI , IICV. -ii-
Silvis is to have a waiting room in
the buildinc owned bv V. Dumbeck and
recently vacated by John Hahnks. ! 'ul accident when one foot was badly
Mrs. Phillips. ho resides on Tenth I bruised,
street has been 111 with ouinsy. i Mr- auJ Mrs- ' w- Miu 1,ad as
Mrs. James Shannon entertained i Ktiest.s Mr. and Mrs. Cbilberg of Bish-
the loal Woman's club last Friday af iP Hil1-
ternoon, when the subject for discus-i The home of Mr. and Mrs. Walsh
tir.n tt-na "Mafuimt nf Tnrtav" Mr was the scene of a pleasant surprise
W. I). Chapman will entertain the olu'i I Party in honor of their dauKhter Miss in the throat, causing hawking and spit
Ki idav of next week I Marie's birthday anniversary. whi h ! t" ull pain in the h,.ad, or ringing iii
.dyia Evans and brother James and i wa8 perpetrated by a number of her
father. J. L. Evans, of Mollne were 1 friends from the tri-cities.
here last Fridav evening to take nart Mrs. Emma Weathetspoon has as , nj o-et relief.
in the concert given by th Methodist a Kpst Mrs. .1. Heagy of (ieneseo. I In just a few minutes you will feel
I .-dies' Aid societv Mrs. Kline has returned home from i your h-ad clearing, and niter using tho
.Mayor J. H. O. Bryan of Oueseo ! Missouri,
was a caller here lau. week. Mrs. H. I.oose has as u suest Mrs.
Mrs. J. A. Johns was paid a visit by ,T- Kemper of Farmington, III.
her sister of Rock Island. Miss Jessie Price is ill.
h .1 Srhmiflt h rptuvtiPd hnma : S. Stevens of Peoria visited rela-1 biowinir.
from Peoria where he attended the 'ivps here part of last week. Shake o(T the grip of catarrh before
plumbers' convention Guests of Mrs. Osborne last week ; it impairs your sense of taste, eme.ll
The home of Mr. Pitmann on Hour-' included Mesdames Pope. Miamond bumg and poison- V'
. i t I Lt III. ah a otjvi ir nine jwu van w vjiv.u
teenth street was damaged by fire to : and faw.m and Re. and Mrs. Ham- Lf thU distrSHBi ng disease by usi nglHy's
the amount of several hundred dollars , niond cf Anna, ill. (pam Ralm. 'rhis healing, antiseptic
Tuesday evening. It, is not known how Mrs. Victor Hokinson has arrived : Bulrn does not fool you with short, de-
'home from a visit with relatives at j centive relief, but completely overcomes
It clears tne nose, neaa
the cars, lust anoint the nostrils or rub
the throat or chest with a little Ely's
Cream Balm, and see how quickly you
IJalin for a day or so tho nasty discharge
will bi checked, the pair), sorenesn and
fever will be gone, and you will no long
er be offensive to yourself and friends
by your constant hawking, spitting and
: the disease.
ROCK Mrs. George-Nichols was visited by
i Miss Miller of Mollne.
ri it' ' il,-rp?,yr"'-Mf-MKS''lp,,'jr'
TO THK BIG SALE AT
S Fryer's New aui Second Hand
s;.re. Wo are seliing every-
You had better stop at once or Second Christian, corner Sixth street .,
you'll lose our job. Every line of and Thirteenth avenue. Bible school
I r.sinesH is closing its doors to "Drink- at U:Z) a. m George Hull, superin-!
lr.g" men. It may be your turn next, tendent. Services at 10:45 a. m. George j
Hy the aid of ORRINE thousands of Ht nry, preachr. '
r. en have been restored to lives of Third Christian. Fourteenth avenu
sobriety and industry. ! and T4.irfy-nicih street. Sunday school!
We ere so sure tha? ORRINE will at 9:30 a. m: Dr. J. H. Nichols, super-j
lenefii you that e say to you that ictendent. Bible school at 9:30 a. m. 1
If after a trial you fail to get any : Services at 7 p. m. i
benefit from its use.' your money will i
! i'am P. Cleary, assistant. Masses at
7:30. 8:30. 9:30 and 10:30 a. m.
St. Paul's Belgian Catholic, Twenty- j
fourth street and Eighth-and-a-half av
enue. Rev. J. V. Smlers, pastor. Mast '
at 8 a. m.
Has Its Share of the Proof That Kid
ney Sufferers Seek.
Backache? Kidneys weak?
Histresstd with urinary ills?
Want a reliable kidney remedy?
Don t have to look far. Use what
Rock Island people recommend. Every
street in Rock Island has It cases.
and throat of all the rank poison, soothes.
heais and strengthens the raw, sore
j W. C. Reed Sr.. recently of Oregon ' .aUrrh
now of Silvis, has arrived home from " Qne application will convince you,
a visit at Viola, Aledo and v"cinity. and a fifty cent bottle will generally ef-
; Mrs. J. L. Korb entertained the feet a complete cure. Get it from your
Country Card Hub Saturday evening .'iruggistand start the treatment at once.1
jwhen Mrs. J. Korb and Messrs. Apple H. O Rolfs, agent (Advertisement).
t! ivs in ti e house at one-fourth
to i'Ue-half off. a we need the
roi'iu for spring aLd summer
,- 'd.--. We i'.ave a number of
...iters wi.Ua must go at half
price: also a number of cook
itoves at.d r..r.;es. Bed fprirgs
ai.d mattre.-Fes at your own
I r.ee Don't forpet we have the
I i assortment of furniture,
i. nets. rui:s. trunks and suit
eases. Tools of all kinds. We
t.iy. tell or trade anything of
value. Give us a call. Be coc
vim ed of wl...: a dollar cir. do at
1505 SECOND AVENUE
Here's one Rock Island man's ex-'
First Church of Christ, Scientist, ! perience. . j
35 Twenty-third stieet. Sunday eer- Let E. Vandeburgh of 420 Eighth
be refunded. PRESBYTERIAN ,iCe at lu a m ftUDject oi ies- sireei leu it.
When you stop 'Drinking," think of : Central Presbyterian, corner ot,6on- "Spirit" Wednesday evening' He says: "I am glad to continue
the money you'll save: besides, sober Fourteenth street and Tenth aenua j testimonial meeting at 7:45 o'clock. ! recommending Doan's Kidney Pills as
men are worth more to their employ- Rev. Marion Humphreys, pastor. Sun- 1 he church maintains a free reading I have since 19"9. I believe they are j
ers and get higher wages. j day school at 9:15 a. m. Christian En-
Costs only $1.00 a box. We have deavor at 6: 30 p. m Services at 10:45
f.i interesting booklet about ORRINE a rr. end 7:45 p m
that we are giving away free on re- Broadwsy iTesLyteriar. corner of
c.iest. Call at our store and talk it : Twer.' y-third street ana Seventh ave
oi er ; nue. Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor. Sun-
Harper House Pharmacy, H. O. day school at 9:13 a. m Young Peo
RoU. proprietor. (Adv.) ! pie's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Services
. i at 10:45 a. m. and 7:43 p. m.
room in the PeoDle's National hank the hest of kiH
- - 1 j . , alrtcuy or maireciiy iy strong
building, which is open every week some time I was a sufferer from pain ! gIve ln detail hia personal and
df.y from 11:30 a. m. o 5 p. m. and in my side and I had troffble la! o: biB race on ethics, religion an.
every Saturday evening from 7 to 8 ; straightening after stooping. The ac m' sterlous Indian characters is i
o'clock. All authorized literature on
Christian Science may be read or purchased.
Fcr DnalMBMti. Ofiwm,
otW Oral Vamg ,
tit Toiucc Htkit
m rcr una
awfO THE KEELEY i Ai
fMII " Owlgbt, IU. 12:20
WEST END SETTLEMENT
West End Sunday school, 700 Fiftn
ttreet. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at
7:30. W. B. Brrker. superintendent
South Park Presbyterian, corner of
Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue.
Rev. W. G. Oglevee. pastor. Bible
school at 9:30 a.m. Services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Aiken street chapel. A:ken street.
utn Hock island. Sunday school at Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day
p.m. J. H. Cleland, superintend- saints (Utah Mormons). At Math's take no other. (Advertisement.)
LATTER DAY SAINTS
tion of my kidneyg was Irregular and
I blamed them for all my trouble. See
ing Doan's Kidney Pills advertised, I
got a supply at the Harper House
Pharmacy. They helped me at once
and before long restored my kidneys
to a normal condition."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MUburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Church of Jesus Christ. Latter Day l Remember the name Doan s and
BLACK HAWK'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Through the Interpretation of Antolne LeClaire. First Published In 1834.
A New Edition with notes Historical and Critical.
Every family in Rock Islaud county wants a cup) of this remarkable
j work on their reading table. Its tLrlll ng stories of Indian life and advec
! ture stir the blood of every lover of good tales as few other truthful books
! can do; .but it is far more than a volume of good Indian stories.
Historians, scholars, profound thinkers .generally, give it a rank attained
by no other book of its class. Nowhere else has a wild Indian unmodifled
directly or indirectly by strong influences of civilization, undertaken to
tribal history, with the views ana customt;
and politics. This vivid revelation or tne
no less charming than uni'iye.
Black Hawk waa born and lived for more than 6J yearB In Rock Island
county, at a point which in n0 great time must come within the corvoi
ate limits of the city of Rock Island.
He Is more widely known and tls autobiography has given him a more
poimanent fame than any otter Indlai warrior in American history.
Local pride as well as deiight in good reading wqi induce every citizen
of Rock Island county to procure a copv of this extraordinary book.
Can you think of a more acceptable holiday gift to those who have
ever been here or contemplate coming, than this delightful story?
Handsomely bound in cloth. Beautifully illustrated. Three maps. Sent
prepaid on receipt of price $t.C0.
AMERICAN PUBLISHING CO., (Not Inc.) Rock Island, 111.