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PULPIT AND PEW.
There will be services in the vari
ous churches tomorrow as follows:
Trinity EptseopaL corner of Sixth Te.nf
and Nineteenth street. Kev. R- F. Sweeu S. T.
D.. rector. Early celebration at a. m. "un
dav school at :I5 a. m. Matins and celebra
tion at 10:43 a. m. Eye a song at 7:30 p. m.
Trinity Eoiwsopai, corner of Founn Tn)ie
and Seventh street. Kev. R. F- Sweet. S. T. J
rector. Even tony and Sunday school at -:
p. m. .
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner or
Second avenue and Fourteenth street, Kev.
Thomas Mac kin. dean and pastor. Mass at a
m. and 10:30 a. m. Vespers at 3 p. m. SunCaj
school at t p. m.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic. Twenty
eiifhihstreetand Fifth avenue. Kev. J. F LOCK
ney. pastor. Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m. Sunday
school at i p. m. Vespers at 7:) p. m.
St. Mary's German Catnouc, corner of tounn
avenue and Twenty-second street. Rev. uer
nard Baak, pastor. Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m.
Vespers at S p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
German Lutheran, corner of Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Kev. C. A. Mennicue
pastor. Services at 10 a. m. and .:30 p m.
Grace English Lutheran, corner of orl""
fourth stree and Seventa avenue. Rev. Josepn
L. Murphy pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. ana
7;5!U p. in .
Swedish Lutheran, corner of Fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue. Kev. Carl K. Matt,
pastor. Services at 10 a. m and .: P m
Zion Swedish Lutheran. 45-5 Seventh ave
nue. Rev. J. G. DuhlbMv, pastor. Services at
10:45 a. m. and 7: Jo p. m. Sunday school at v.sv
German Evangelical. Ninth street between
Fifth and Sixth avenues. Kev. Theo F. Kni
get, pastor-, services at 10:S0 a. m. atd
p. m. Sunday school at 9 a. m. .
First Baptist, corner ol Third avenue ana
Fifteenth street. Sunday school at 8 a. m .
S J. Woodi". superintendent. B. Y. P. L. at
6:30 p. m. Junior Union at 2:30 p. m.
Free Swedish mission, corner of lueventn
nreet and Fifth avenue. Sunday school at -p.
m. Prayer meeting Thursday at H P- m.
Emanuel Baptist. 447 Forty fourtn street.
Rev. J. V. Woodruff, pastor. Sunday school
at 2 p. nt. B. Y. P. U. at p. m.
Second Haptist. Tenth street and Sixth ave
nue, Kev. E. I. Wilson, pastor: services at 1 1
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at - 30
P Swedish Baptist, cornerof Twenty-first street
and Fifth avenue. Preaching at Io:4o a- Bl
and 7:30 p. m. by Kev. K. Koin.vrk.
First Methodist, cornerof Kirtn avenue ana
Nineteenth street. Kev. C. U. McCmlocb.
pastor. Services at 10:-5 a m. and r.to p. m.
Morniog subject. Kehearsiiif the Acts or
God." At the close of the ruormnif serviei
the holy ctimmunion will he adminiMcrea.
I'residini; Elder J. W. Fnzzelie will speak la
the evening. Sunday school at b:Z0 a. in. Jun
ior League at 2:30 p. m. tiiworih League at
6:30 p. m.
German Methodist, comer of Sixth avenue J
and Fourteenth street. Rev. F. I i-iizroat
pastor: services at 10:45 a. w. and 7:.W p. ai.
t. o o i-, m .r J. He!, super-
Tntndent. Ed worth League at 7. Juniur
League at 2 p. m.
African Methodist. Fourteenth street and
!!.,.. ,nn.ia Hv C. U ThOUlilS. DUStOr.
Services at 10.45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 12:30 p. m.
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of Twenty
third street and Seventh avenue. Kev. ...
Marquis, pastor. Services at 10:4n a. m.
aud 7:45 p. m Sunday school at tf:30 a. iu.
Young people's meeting at ti:15 P m.
Central Presbyterian. Seeond avenue, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rev.
Ira W. Alien, Jr., pastor. Serviresat 10:4.t a. m.
and 7:30 p m. Sunday school at tf :15 a. ru.
Young people's meeting at ti:3d p. ru.
United Presbyterian. Thira avenue acd Four
teenth street. Itev. D. L MeNary. pastor.
Services at 10:45 a. in . and 7:i: p. in.. Sunday
school at W:30 a. m. Y. P. V. C. at 7 p. in.
Aiken Street Chapel, Presbyterian, South
Rock Island, Kev. I. W. Alien. Jr.. pasior: Sun
day school at S p. m. Christian l'.ndeavor
meeting at 4 p. m. Services every Tuesday at
7:30 p. m.
South Park Chapel, Presbyterian. Bl'n street
and Fifteenth avenue. Rev. W. S. Marquis,
castor; Sunday school at 92.30 p. m.
Memorial Christian. Kev. T. W. Grafton, pas
tor. Services at M:4S a. m. and r::i.i p. in.
Sunday school ut 0:15 a. ru. Y. P. S. C. E. ut
6:45 p. m.
Twenty-ninth Street Sunday School, Chris
tian, Seventh avenue andTwenty-nintn street.
Rev. T. W. Grafton, pastor. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m Charles S. Wann. superintendent;
Miss Ktta Tanner, secretary. Prayer meetins;
Wednesday evening at 7:4.'..
Salvation Army Barracks, Piia Second ave
enue. services as follows: Kuee drill at 7 a.
m., holiness meeting at 10:30 a. m., christians'
meeting at 3 p. m., salvation meeting at 7:30
First Church of Christ, Scientist. Twenty
third street between Seventh and Ninth ave
nues. Subjeet for the morrinc ani evening.
Keality." Sunday sehiol Lniows the niorii
ing service. Wednesday eveni:i? meeting at
- 30. Reading rooms open every
..Mill Sundav, fmm 2 to 4.
Y. M. C. A. Building, corner of Third avenue
and Nineteenth street. Services at 3:30 p. m
HAMPTON HAPPENINGS. .
Hampton, Sept. 13. Guckert
Bros, are getting their coal mine
readv to resume operations.
Vl H- Birsel. who works in Rock
Island, :s home suffering from inter
T. H. Thompson, of Sioux City,
Iowa, a former resident of this place,
arrived here yesterday for a short
visit with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. James Maginess and
daughter will be home in a coupl of
Mrs. S. S. Baker left for Wheeling,
W. Va. Wednesday to visit her old
home, expecting to be away about a
I P. Guckert. who is engaged on
one of the U. S. drill boats, came
home sick Saturday, threatened with
typhoid fever. He is some better.
Michael Hermes came near meeting
with a serious accident Sunday.
While attempting to board a moving
train he stepped on one of his shoe
strings, which was loose and hanging,
preventing . him from reaching the
step with his foot. He was thrown
to the ground and almost in between
the cars, bruising his head, side and
legs a fortunate escape, indeed.
Our public schools opened Monday
with the following corps of teachers:
Prof. A. H. Foster, principal: Miss
Josephine Holland, of Rock Island,
intermediate, and Miss Elzina Smith,
primary department, with a total en
rollment of 75 scholars.
Dr. W. Hunter had a sort of re
union at his home Sunday. His son
Dr. C. Hunter, and wife, of Oneida
111.; Mrs. S. S. Balkam, of Kansas
Citv. Mo.; DeWitt Owen and wife, of
Dixon, 111., together with Miss Nettie
Hunter, were present.
afternoon. ! Wjtrrrjtrjk
Joslin, Sept. 12. Ernest Stephen
son, or Moline. is visitinc with hi
uncle, Frank Tinsman.
Miss Margaret Crompton returned
to her home in Port Byron after
spendingtwo months with relatives in
bac Laty, Iowa.
James Adams1 little son, Kenneth
has been very sick with summer com
plaint, but is some better now.
The Rosa Hill nine played the Jos
lin nine last Saturday. The game re
suited in a victory for Rose Hill bv 1
to 3. The following were the plaj-ers
Joslin li. wainwrignt, p; l). Allen
c; G. Hart, lb; F. Joslin, 2b; M.Tins
man, 8b; Mr. Buckley, cf; R. Wain
wright, rf; C Fleming, If; G. Dun
bar, ss. Rose Hill F. Schafer, p; A
Searle, c; O. Shreve, lb; B. Schafer
2b; J. Donahoo, 3b; J. Wainwrijrht
cf; G. Earheart. rf; H. Schafer, If; F
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GRIPPE KILLS MORE PEOPLE
Than Small Pox, Yellow Fever,
Cholera or any other contagious
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Thousands die in every epi
demic of la grippe like the pres
ent one aod thousands die every
year afterward from some weak
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Grippe is little eared because
it is little understood. Its work is
hidden often does not appear
even to the practiced eye of the
A genuine hard case of la
grippe scarcely ever leaves a sound system.
The germs of la grippe are the smallest mic
robes known, yet they generate a toxine poison
-f the most virulent character.
LcGrippe is in the air. You don't have to be
exposed, as in other contagious diseases. The
germs of la grippe are everywhere at present.
In one wek the wave of infection crosses a
continent. A nation is infected as quick as
one city. Yon cannot escape la grippe by iso
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a plane to
Some of the cleverest farce comedy
actors have been engaged to appear
this season in Mr. Plaster of Paris,"
as adapted to the American stage from
the French. The American dramatist,
however, seized the opportunity for
weaving into the play situations thor
oughly American and intensely hu
morous. Paradoxical as it may seem,
Mr. Plaster of Paris" is at one and
the same time a play, a plaster cast,
and a man, hailing from any of the
various towns named Paris in Ken
tucky, France, Illinois, Tennessee,
and from which particular town is
finally explained in the last act. "Mr.
Plaster of Paris" will be presented at
Harper's theatre S'inday evening.
Toe appearance of the Andrews Op
era company at Harper's next Mon
day and Tuesday evenings will doubt
less prove an event in the way of a
musical treat, as this aggregation is
unexcelled in the various productions
of grand and comic opera in English.
Foremost in its repertoire this season
are: Flotow's ' Martha," Mascagni's
prize composition "Cavalleria Rusti
cana," Btlfe's "Bohemian Girl," in
the way of grand opera, with Lee
Coca's opera corukjue "Girofle Giro
11a" and Gilbert As Sullivan's "Pi
rates" representing the lighter order
of opera. The leading roles of these
respective productions are interpreted
by artists of unquestionable ability,
who have gained their laurels in con
nection with the very best organiza
tions ever placed before the public.
Miss Myrta French is prima donna
soprano, and Frank W. Walters is
leading tenor. The leading contralto
is Catherine Lee, and George Andrews
aud W. C. Howard are in the baritone
roles. The comedians of the organi
zation are Ed Andrews, F. J. McCar
thy and Tom Johnson, a basso, com
pleting the list of the principals. A
chief feature of this company is the
large and competent chorus, which
adds greatly to the general excellence
of their performances. Each opera is
staged and costumed in a manner ap
propriate of its time and place.
James T. McAlpin has the sweetest
voice of any comedian ou the stage
today. He appears in "Hans Hanson"
at Harper's theatre Wednesday even
ing next week.
Sept. 11. C. H. Guver to N. Born
stern, e lot 4 block 1, Bailey Daven
port s urst add.. Rock Island, 92o.
Edward Coryn to Edward Van Sluis
lot 7. block 1, W. R. Moore's lirst
add., Moline, $500.
George Herath by heirs to William
Hubers, eA lot 9, 'block 4. Bailey &
isovle s add., Kock island, f 1.
George Herath by heirs to William
Hubers, eA lot 3 block 4, Bailey &
Bov!e"s add.. Rock Island, f 2,350.
T.'iomas Williams toGeorp-e C Dur
mann, s 40 feet lot 8, block 12, Chi
cajo or Lower add., Rock Island
August Anderson to August John
son, lot 2, block 1, C. G. Thuiin's
add.. East Moline. $200.
12 C. F. Hemenway to Charles II
Deere, wj lot 2, block 9, Old Town of
Gust Olson to Henrietta Smith, n
lot 3. block 1, William II. Edwards
add., Moline, $400.
F. A. Carlstedt to Gust Olson, part
lot 6, block 1, William H. Edwards
add., Moline, $1.
Ellen S. Webber by trustee to
Charles A. Johnson et al, part lots i
and 9, block 3, Pitts. Gilbert & Pitts
First add., Moline, $1,500.
Pa'mer Stafford to James H. Young,
und 3-5 lots 9 and 10, block 1, Bailey
JJavennort s becond add., Moline, f do
Hannah Miller to S. L. Corothers
tracts by metes and bounds, sw, 7,
16, 2w, $1,800.
Omar D. Clark to Nettie T. Heath,
lot 6, block 35. Andalusia, $150.
13 Mayer Rosen field to Margaret
Pierr, lots 2, 3 and 4, Mayer Rosea
field's First ad l., Moline, $3,150.
Brvan Sbehaa to Michael Shehan,
und A lot 1, block 2, McMaster's add
Rock Island, $350.
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Timely information given Mrs.
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first time I made Grain-O I did not
like it, but after using it for one week
nothing would induce me to go back
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making it and you will have a deli
ctus and healthful table beverage for
old and young. 15 and 25 cents.
That rheumatism in its worst
fonn can be cured by proper treat
ment is shown by this interview
with Mat Tanner, of 21 Hamilton
St., Albany, N. Y. lie said: "I
was- taken with rheumatismXhat
began in my hips aud spread
throughout my body. For two
years and a half I was confined to
my bed. I employed nine of the
best physicians of Albany, and
two specialists from New York,
but all declared my case hopeless.
My niece recommended Dr. Will
iams' Pink Tills for Pale People.
The use of several boxes enabled
me to leave my bed and go about
vrith crutches. Finally I aban
doned the crutches, and am now
as well as ever. No praise of Dr.
Williams rink Pills for Pale
People is too strong for my case.
Sworn to end subscribed before
me this 17th day of Sept., 189S.
NeilE F. Towner, Notary Public.
Fmm iJie Albanv ( 'N YA Tcurnal FJ
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M after-ellccts of the crip, palpitation oj tne
R.5 heart, pale and sallow complexions, ami all
forms of weakness cillior in male or leiuaie.
Dr. Williams Pink Pil.s for Pale People are never
sold by the dozen or hundred, but always in pack
ages. At all druggists, or direct from the Or. Wil
liams Medicine Company. Schenectady. N. 7., 60
cents per box, 6 boxes 2.53.
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ternal remedy is needed, be sure to insist
upon having Allcock's Porous Plaster.
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BimoH, Va., Dee. SI.
I have ba en Bering from female weak
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modifies the pains of childbirth ; recovery is rapid and future health is
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lASUr alVISOIT ICPARTMERT.
FormiTie In raua rpnnlrinsT htx-HaI
rlirtionsi, mtiilrrmm, giving Tinft'in
f&lflCIXKCU ChattanooKm. 7 run.
Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
AM I a I ; Toi zr: tm -a 1 u JIT
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ZLook Island. HI.
incorporated Under the
Foar Per Cent Paid on
M05EY L0AJTED OH PEES05AE00 LATEBAL 02 SEAL ESTATE EE0TJBJT I
J. M. Buford, president,
John Crubaugo, Vice President.
P. Greenawait, Cashier.
Began bnaloeas July z, lJ, ana oeenpr the
S. K. oomer of
H. S. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
K. W. Hurst,
SoUoltora Jaekeom Bun.
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