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Cedar Rapid Republican, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1902, Cedar Rapids, Iowa January Fri you should buy a Diamond r first. Prec it s the most Beautiful of ious stones. Age will Dirr its uster it will not deteriorate in value. It is an heirloom that can be handed Down from one generation to another undiminished in value. The satisfaction one gets in the wearing. Five Good reasons Why you should buy a Diamond of us. We Are in a position to sell it to you cheaper than most any other House. Our present Stock with very few exceptions was purchased Over two years ago. The Advance has been fully 25 per cent since that time. Our Stock of mounted and unmounted stones is varied and Large thus giving you a great selection to choose from. We clean and polish stones sold by us free of charge for All time. We Are Home people building up a Home Enterprise and Are surely entitled to Home business provided always that we do As Well by you As can be done we Are not deserving. Second. Third. Fourth. Fifth. First second third fourth fifth people paid All of debt on St. Paul s Church entirely removed. Notable services at Church on sunday. The Bishop Joyce of Minneapolis preached twice. Note and mortgage Are resolutions of thanks to Rev. Memorable sunday. Iowa s leading jewellers. A m personals. C. S. Bryant was in Waterloo yester Day on business. A. C. Hoff of Chicago Sun Dayed with Bis parents in this City. V a l. Goldstein of Springville was in Cedar rapids yesterday. Schive Inley and Noah Yocker of Iowa City were in Cedar rapids Las night. In c. Moats was Down from Mason City yesterday shaking hands with his friends. S. K. Myers Man of Man. Chester was in the City yesterday on business. Dre. A. Kegley left yesterday afternoon for hot Springs ark., where he spend some time. Misses Rosa and Emma Bittner of Cedar rapids Are the guests of miss Helen Alberhasky of City. The misses Jacobsen of Keystone came to Cedar rapids yesterday to see their brother who is seriously ill. Miss Nell Parvin returned to her Home in Cedar rapids this morning after a Short visit in Iowa City with friends. Miss Myrtle e. Wells leaves today for her Home in Mitchell South. Dakota where she will spend some Days vis iting her parents. Mrs. F. R. Pct let who has been visit ing in Waterloo was called Home yesterday by the serious illness of her sister mrs. Ridpath. Miss Alliea Simmons who has been the guest of miss Ethel ind swire o Iowa City Ifor a few Days returned t her Home in Cedar rapids yesterday miss Laura jul cards. Of. Marshall of. Town is visiting1 her sister mrs. Car a. Vogt. She will remain in Ceda. Rapids a couple. Of weeks before return h Washburn formerly manager of hotel left last night for in various parts of a Kansas. He will be gone about two Malcoln a Bolton co., have sold a Lound View lot to s. Guth Rie. A lot in Young s third addition to j. E Curttright and an a. K. Murray estate lot to b. F. Stoner. Runaway at Greene s. Runaway girl was Sung at Greene s last night by a company headed by Arthur Dunn. It was a pretentious performance and it depended for its Success almost entirely upon the efforts of the Star and miss Clara Belle s Winnifred. But or. Dunn is some Hing of a whole comedy even when he i wholly unassisted. He is sadly eed of a role however for the runaway girl May Row tie considered i the Welt matured list even in one f ight cities. The miss Jerome s Dane and singing has lost none of its a ettness or vivacity. She sweetened he whole performance last night and Decd most of the Grace on the suite. Miss Wynn s work also Satis fac Ory. Although it lacked the dash and persuasiveness that one looks for in he title role. Miss Sadie Kirby As Carmenita May also be mentioned. The Vork of the chorus which ought to be a portent was weak Anil entirely in sufficient for such a piece. The cos Tumes were not attractive nor even clean but these Short comings Are Nat ural in a piece so Well along in years. But in spite of nil these drawbacks it s not without considerable pleasure that the fairly numerous audience list ened to the performers last night. Two powerful sermons by Bishop Joyce the burning of the last Evi Dences of the Church debt and the Gath ering together of practically All the methodists in this City at St. Paul s made sunday a never to be forgotten Day Amons the methodists of the present generation in this City. Here s the Little thing that has been bothering us for said Bishop Joye. As Rev. Or. Lockwood brought out the note and the mortgage representing the indebtedness of the Church. Fix it so thai it will not bother us any continued the Bishop As Rev. Lockwood touched a match to the papers and the smoke curled upward with a smell that was sweeter than in Cense to those who have worked to hard and so faithfully to remove the debt which has hanging Over the Church. You Are gone beyond Resur continued the Bishop As the smoke died out and the ashes crumbled into nothingness. And that moment St. Spot him. I perhaps Coffee is getting its work in on you. People who think they can digest cof fee and yet Are sick halt the time might learn a valuable lesson in health and get some happiness out of life it they would make up their minds to quit Coffee and take Postum food Coffee. Tou can Trace the results to accurately As to leave no possible doubt of the cause of the sickness and the Rea a son for the return of health. A lady from Blue mount miss gives her experience. She says i always used to drink milk but in 33 i went Down to a Southern part the state to teach school and boarded a family of Coffee drinkers. I began drinking one half cup at a meal. The habit grew on me and i increased the amount. Gradually i became nervous my complexion grew Sallow and yellow and finally my stomach would frequently throw Oft the food. I gradually ate less and upon the Coffee to keep me up. Finally i concluded that the trouble was malaria and the Doc Tor advised me to leave that part of auditorium guessing contest does t pay expenses. Prize winners however will get their prizes. Rowdies at a dance. More disgraceful conduct in Musk Waki Hall. There was some More disgraceful con duct at a. Dunce held at the Musk Waki Hall last night and it became Neces sary to Telephone for a policeman but no arrests were made. Whisky drink ing seems to be More indulged in than dancing by some of those who frequent these dunces. Takes pastorate. Paul s my e. Church strengthened by the self denial necessary to pay debt fortified by the Earnest words of he Good Bishop cheered by the tense of Fellowship in 2. Good cause that comes with the. Gathering of so spleen lid an Assembly silently rejoicing in the Happy Light that shone in their be oved pastor s eyes started on a new Era of greater Church work and Hap pier Fellowship free from the care and anxiety that is the inevitable concomitant of debt. Thanks to Rev. Lockwood. As an1 evidence of the appreciation by the Church of the great work done by Rev. Or. Lockwood the following Resolution unanimously adopted by the official Board of the Church was read Cedar rapids Iowa Jan. 7, 1002. To Hev. E. J. Lockwood our be loved pastor the undersigned the official Board of St. Paul s methodist episcopal Church on behalf ourselves and the membership desire to express to of our sincerest gratitude for the Reat work you have just completed or our society. A. Heavy Burden of indebtedness and. For preyed Ripon the Viritua life and material Prosperity f our Church. You found to rid us f this incubus required the rising by subscription of with fire courage and rarer discretion with persistent Zeal and unfaltering Dilevo Ion you assumed and accomplished the country. So 1 went Back up to the Hills in the Hope of getting better. In Stead of that i got worse. Palpitation of the heart set in and i got to weak i could scarcely work. 1 took a great Many remedies but found no Relief. I went to the mountains in California for two months without improvement. I was thoroughly discouraged about my condition when one Day a Friend said Why Don you give up quit Coffee that is about All i live on so begged me to try leaving it off Ani try Postum food Coffee i did not have much Faith in the Experiment t had tried Many thing without Benefit but i decided to yield to her entreaties. In less than weeks after i quit Coffee and began us ing Postum the pall of ill health Lef me and i began to sleep As sound a any one. My complexion improved and my stomach began to regain its strength. After three months use of pos Tum. I feel As Well As i Ever did. I r. Faulkes donates his to charitable organizations. A dashing and vigorous ver a Hundred prizes yet to be report of the committees to be made. Would not be without Coffee and will never Postum food drink another drop of Coulee it Caine too near kill ing mrs. Vera denial Blue Mountain miss. Will Minster to spiritual needs of Hud son congregation realists. Professor a to. Gist of he state nor Mal faculty has been secured to Supply the pulpit of the congregational Church at Hudson which was made vacant by the resignation of Rev. O. H. L. Mason who 1ms received a Call Boone. Professor Gist was a pastor for some years of the Church of the same denomination at Osage. Iowa. It does not interfere with his work at the state Normal. Or. Gist is Well known to the people of Cedar rapids and Marion having occupied a pastorate in Marion for Sev eral years and having lived in Cedar to rapids before moving to Cedar Falls while in Cedar rapids or. Gist was professor of English at Coe College. Jerome As Alice and miss Celesz Wynis one of Grover Cleveland s successor is charged with malfeasance in office the offender is the sheriff of Eri county. New York when the Union service was held the big Church was literally packed. Bishop Joyce preached two powerful sermons and his presence with the methodists of the City was an inspiration and a Benediction. Additional City news. Death of mrs. Mon Day occurred the death of mrs. Mar Garet Barnett at her residence 210 b Avenue from a complication of diseases. The funeral will be help from the House at this afternoon Rev. S. G. Griffith officiating and the remains Wail be taken to Shellsburg wednesday morning for interment the deceased was born in Pendle ton county Kentucky. March 27, 1s2-j she Ivas United in marriage with Jame h. Barnett in Stark county. Illinois december 25.1s38 the husband lie the trying task. Of your people to to you in grateful acknowledgement a e Pray that god s choicest blessings May Ever attend you and the Bishop s Little joke. I shall preside at the next meeting of the upper Iowa said Bishop Joyce and i shall Send Back brother Lockwood 10 St. Paul s Church loud applause and Ion unless i do better for Rev. Or. Thanked the Board and the members of the Church for tha j kindly expression of their Good will towards him and said that they had Given him More credit than was right fully his. He referred with feeling to the str Pelcs in raising the debt and spoke with Fervour of the Noble self Sac Rifice and earnestness on the part of the members there was a Large attendance at the morning service and in the evening parting this life in 1ss7. Mrs. Barnetts survived by six children five of whom reside in this City and one in in Diana also by three Brothers who re Side in Oregon. Or. Green a or. Thos. E. Green is confined to the rectory with the auditorium guessing contest asked a great Deal of being the Suc Cess that was hoped for and it is in Ler Stoud that the officers and directors of the company Are much discouraged at the final result. According to the report of the committee messes. Scott Bowdish and Putnam Only guesses were registered which would make the total receipts Only s1.112. It is reported on Good authority that the expenses ate up More than half of this amount and a Large part the winning prize therefore bad to be paid out of the auditorium fund. In other words the auditorium company is several Hun dred dollars poorer than before the guessing contest was inaugurated. It appears that the Moncy for Many of the tickets was never collected. In some cases those to whom tickets were assigned for Sale reported some of the tickets As one statement is to the effect that Little More than enough to pay the expenses of the contest Wai collected charitable institutions gainers. The winners of the respective prizes however will receive their share. A stated by the Republican Sunda or f. W. Faulkes was the fortunate Winner of the Cas prize. The Board of directors handed him a Check 1 or monday morn and with commendable generosity immediately deposited it with the citizens National Bank and Check against it were drawn in favor of the Olio Wing charitable institutions mercy Hospital Sunshine Mission St. Luke s Hospital Home for the friendless y. M c. A y. By c. A.-. Home for aged women report of the committee. The report of the committee. Mess Bowdish Scott and Putnam to the auditorium directors was As follows Cedar rapids Iowa Jan. Is 1302. To the Board of directors of the Dit orium company. The undersigned committee at the request of your Board j of directors have examined the tickets of the auditorium guessing contest As handed us by you. And herewith show by list attached marked exhibit a the Twenty three nearest guesses. The 10 Talvo the for governor of Iowa at the the most Radical reductions in All departments have been made. You cannot afford to miss this Opportunity. Samll lots in clothing Caps and furnish Ings at prices that keep Many a Dollar in a cure pockets that would otherwise go to the dealer As profit. This clean up Sale Means clean up not clean up at any Price we want you to note our reductions on men s suits and overcoats. A very severe attack of neuralgia which has caused him to _ suffer in tensely hiring the past few Days. He officiated at the services of the Church on sunday and on sunday evening the spacious packed to the looks. Hut on monday he was obliged to cease his parochial duties. It continued 0 account r. N. Pay Day shoes for november election of 3301, As certified to us by the Secretary of state is 4s9. Total guesses registered i.1-55. Respectfully submitted. A. W. De 31. Scott the following is a list of the Twenty three nearest guesses f. Faulkes .390.4s6 f. A. Walters .330.500 k j. Larimer Joseph doctor will rick.330.4-1 at suits in round Cut and Sci Are Cut sacks Blacks and Blue and fancy Cassimeris All Wool material sold All season at js.50 and 510.00 reduced now to at finest All Wool Cassi Meres and Cheviot also Faricy Wor Steps and Fine Auburn Melton these Are excellent values at reduced to. At Black and Blue ail Wool Kersey overcoats and Fine Gray Vicuna Cut Long or medium lengths lined throughout Frith italian cloth body linings silk sleeve linings regular values reduced to. At Fine Gray Vicuna of i croats also Black and Seal Brown i Kersey some Are made with All Are Cut Long and have vertical j pockets Fine body linings silk sleeve linings fit equal Tofi. Made to order overcoats at f 20.00 j reduced Rong a genuine Case of at Tention of the charitably disposed people of the City is called to a Sac Case of want on ninth Avenue cast the Mother of two Small children hav ing been deserted by her husband nearly two years ago has worked most diligently to care for her. Little ones one of is c and the other 4 years old. To one of the Little ones has pneumonia. There is neither Lood nor fuel save As the Nort people of the neighbourhood Endeavor to Supply it. Two half Conis of arc All she has had All Winter. The Case was presented to overseer of the poor j. J. Snouffer several Days ago and he promised to do something for the family. Afterwards he said that he could do nothing for them and the needs of the family arc very genuine and path Etic. Alex Churles be ver land company Hal Mcdonald Alex Churles son. P. So. Tourtellot. H. A. Siva Plum Charles l. Woodman j. Kaighin. J. F. Rail James Kuhn .330.419 .om.410 january Clearing and pre inventory Sale plaid dress goods i fancy Silks 12 pieces of 50c, 40 Inch goods a pretty Yob a silk Barb b line 01 colors m plaids and Small checks Comiti Carlo an excellent serviceable cloth of january Sale Price "5c, ?1-00 and Silks in i Clearing Sale Price or linings 20c Good. So Inch siesta lining drab or Black Yard us Linen Black skirt Canvas cd. .3 .3s0.037 want to give every Man and woman in Cedar rapids a Chance to become the owner of a pair of our finest shoes for the heretofore unheard of Low Price cannot impress to strongly upon the mind the fact that these Are not old shop worn goods but consist of our regular full lines of shoes of the greatest shoe manufacturers in the the finest qualities the Best styles in All the Good shoe leathers that Are known. In order to give even body a Chance at them we continue the Sale for a few Days longer. Look elsewhere if you like the Moie you compare prices and qualities the More you will appreciate this grand offering of any pair of our finest ladies or men s shoes 7 c in the House f j p. And ends of shoes for per pair. Read on. Ring for Alderman Chi a Guilar meeting of Star of the West Lodge no. 1 last night when work was one in the rank of Page an elegant Iamond ring was presented by the members of the order to Alderman Lich. Who leaves shortly for Cincin Nati where he will go into business ring was heavy Solil. With a liar and set in the Middle of an engraving of the insignia of the order. Men s buckle art1c in the Light or heavy weight London or medium toes always sell regularly at s1.50 per pair Challenge ladies fur trimmed Nullifier slippers in red Green and drab regular Price 1 of per pair Challenge Sale ocl ladies Satin slippers in red. Blue or Black medium narrow toes half French Heel size to regular Price per pair 1 p Challenge ladies Felt braided slippers in Black Tan and red opera toe regular prices were o up to per pair Challenge Sale c. E. Miller Jacques Miller g. S. Pettit .030.076 masonic Temple pools Duncombe club Harry Howard .3qo.s3h j. F. Whelihan of Jud the above is a list All us from 350.mo to 390.090. Some of the guesses. The -s.44s guesses ranged All the from a Little Over 2go.ooo 10 or. Faulkes the Winner had a serifs of Twenty live guesses at regular inter Vals and his winning guess was almost in the Middle of the series. In some cases there was a tie As. For exam ple in the Case of the masonic Temple Pool mentioned in the above list of winners. There were two individuals who had the same guess As this in this and similar instances the which was first registered was counted As the Winner. How the tickets were handled. Since the committee took hold of work ii registration of the tickets proceeded with the utmost care up to the time the in Uter was placed in the hands of this committee there much looseness in handling 9c to s Yard Yard., Ali of shirt Haistings consisting of our entire remaining Stock French flannels Satin striped Albatross figured chalices. Etc., All will go Jyz. Price Farmers insurance company insures against stocks of goods lightning town dwellings Isa tornadoes and contents cyclones farm property wind storms. Cash capital losses paid in Iowa i run dict l. Of residence Tuione 92 Lorini the tickets it is said but when John the presentation Werc turned Over to or. Do you know. I Muir speech refer nip to inc Long time Eil m scout they Werc which the local members of inc order in Security Savin Odds and ends almost Given away shoes for 1.50 we do not wish to disappoint but Tell you frankly that there Are not All sizes in this lot however should you be fortunate enough to find your size among them you la buy Quick. We venture to say that you la not Stop at one pair either if. There Are More to fit you. The Pratt White on its third week today with equally As Lively Asoa he opening weather for Iowa. Fair and colder tuesday. Pre ceded by Snow in East Boea associated with or. Rich the estimation in which he was held. And assuring him the heaviest Good wishes of each follow him. Fluor the Alder Man Rich responded thanking the Lodge for their in the d1str1ct.court. I four Passmore cases settled and the costs paid. In the District on were ail fettle Neil the t Osl jury for tax any i of i Well is. The City of Cedar i i omm Emu Friday was closed it 6 of link monday and the jury a will to to turn Al this morning iced in a rigs bunk ind taken out by Only one i Errion. The stenographer hired by the committee to do the registration and Pihur Neces sary work. Other prizes to be awarded. There Tirc i number of of Terr Prises to be awarded twins of them o considerable value such As a. Stool Range , Ware Furni Ture Ilour Etc. Consider Hwy Over a Hundred prizes Are yet to be awarded. Of directors of the Hurt intr Al. The f Tah something Worth tkm.1xg. The Cydnor and Oil company Tolm ten or first of j Stock in i of i r. Main these awarded by the Evou Tuleo of by the litre Otiis than ii visit Tonii Iii work Luo Iii no on a of the i Over a Hundric l Wilb on this list. U will tie Vori Tum this morning and t Over to the directors. toil ten in rat 01 Nai the Jun Stock in i i in a con run is now 10 vents Sharp. I a towns what 7i we his v. On or Bvron last a you can have your pick of men s i suits in my store for All 513.50, s12.50, suits for mans All and ss.50 men a suits for a and met s suits for m.75 in i Fow. ail Vancil. Kuy at Lin nos Whir you an. T. In does Bloke. Sale for the Jan Kubelik cd Cert at files music store. A i the i 1 k in i Marion in . for lil a . Trio to a Iii advanced i i few you invest your is n Ousby. No Oil. No riot a. T. Hodges. Prf9. I. C. Blake. Sec eur. I you have nol found and see for others not you Sale. Oscar Salomon Clothier 127-129 first Aye fuwshe8

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