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TIIE AltOTIS, FltlDAT, lAIJCH 2S, 1902.
retards the circulation, weakens
the stomach, deranges digestion,
pollutes the blood, destroys the
nervous force and saps the
vitality of the whole system
It causes pains in the side, pal
pitation, shortness of breath,
smothering, dropsical swellings,
sinking spells, and frequently
, ends all suffering in sudden
death. ,Why tempt death
when a cure is within easy reach?
"ily head would get so hot it
seemed to be burning up, w hile
my Seet wore like ice. ily liiubs
i would swell and get numb. I
fcldto sit in a chair day and
! tight for months and my heart
I throbbed and pained me terribly.
After using three bottles of Dr.
' Miles' Heart Cure I could do a
good days work."
J. 1L Macxat.
I Shippensburg, Pa.
never fails to relieve, and few
cases are too severe fcr it to
cure. Sold by druggists on
J. lilies Medical Co. Elkfcart. lad.
Chicago Dental Company
Mr. and Mrs. ;. W. fable have re
turned from a Florida visit. Palm
I leach having become .too warm to
suit t hem.
.Miss Cutrington of Saint Kathar
ine hall will spend the Faster va
cation in Chicago. Mi Westervelt
will also visit in Chicago. Miss Inglis
will vinit her sister. Mrs. Larriihee.
at Des Moines, and Miss Choate will
go to tier lionu- in Chicairo. for a
few days with her relatives there.
All the scholars pcnd the vacation
at home. 4
Preparations are being made for
resinning work on the binary build
ing. Ily the end of the week the
walls will all have been uncovered
is well as the other material on tlit
"round that will be needed earlv ir
the work of construction, and Fore
man .loliusoii expects to have stone
irriving here ami being set next
week. (Iter . loads f maniirt were
used last fall in packing in the foun
dation, and the walls ami material
were covered in a very thorough
manner, so that the work can go 011
now just as if there had been no de-
Mr. and Mrs. John Frank, living1 at
the corner of Mound and Pleu-sant.
were greatly shocked yesterday by
the sudden death of their P.-nionths-
ld daughter. Minnie Annie .lulia
Frank. The little one was hardly
imposed to lie ill at all. but it was
learned too late that it was suffer
ing, and it suddenly expired, about
the tune the family were retting; up
in the morning. Dr. i.:i nibacli, the
coroner, assisted by Dr. Stiles, made
an autopsy. It was found that one
lung was well advanced in a course
of pneumonia, and that pericarditis,
or inflammation of the heart envelop,
had apHared. It is supposed that
the heart dist urbance caused the
in the presence oT many of the
friends and relatives of the bride and
groom. Air. Meyer is of the printing
firm of Dow & Mever, on Perrv
I he 1 ri-t itv Kuilwav company has
been exeriiiienting upon the arte-
thrilling incident 'of sian well at Prosiect park, the water
from which was useless for drinking
purposes on account of salt. A fill
has been made bringing- the depth to
less than 2,000 feet with the 'result
that the salt has been eliminated and
a fine quality of water secured.
For Painless Dentistry
Call and hare your teeth exam
ined free. We will tell you what
your filling or crowning1 will cost
before the work is commenced.
Kets of teeth, if you need them, '
or if your old ones do not fit call
on us and we guarantee a fit. Our
Thin Ela-stic Plates do not take
up room in the mouth like the
old ones do. and fit when all oth
ers fail by our method.
Platinum filling ..,
Uold Fillings, SI and up...
Gold Crowns, 4 to 6
Bet of Teeth, $5 and up...
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Orer Speidel'a Drug Store.
You pmy lO cents
for Cigar not so goo4X
C.F. LEWIS, MAfH
KYery day during the months of
March and April, 1U02, the UNION
tickets at the following rates:
ToOgden and Salt Lake
To Butte, Anaconda and
To Points on the Great
Northern Ily.. Spo
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(fnr flfl To Points on Great
VbJiUU Northern It v., west of
Wenatchee, via Huntington and Spo
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VtJ.UU and Seattle.
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V-0vlU intermediate points,
including Branch Lines on S. 1. Co.,
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nr nn 0 ?an" Francisco, Los
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Full information cheerfully furnished
on application to:
W. C. NEIMYER, C. A.
193 Sooth CUrk St. Chicago. Ill 1
Mrs. Maria Smith, mother of City
Clerk Albert .1. Smith, is sutTering
from a stroke of paralvsis to which
she was subject Tuesday morning,
affecting her right side 'and making
her condition quite critical, her ad
vanced age counting against her re
covery. in the opinion of lier physi
cian. Mrs. Smith vears of age.
anil hail been in feeble health for
Y. H. Miller has commenced a suit
in the district court for the appoint
ment of a guardian for Mary or Maria
Strohbehn. lie also makes Lena ami
Harry Iturgess defendants to the
suit. All the parties are residents of
(iilU-i t. Mr. Miller states that Mary
Strohbehn is S3 vears of aire and has
been of unsound mind since JVC!, anfl
incapable of takiiitr care of herself
or her proiertv. He alleges that last
Tuesday she deeded a certain lot
worth $.;00, in Gilbert to the defend
ants. Icna. and llarrv Jiursress, ami
that, the latter well knew of her in
rompetency when they took the deed
It is therefore asked that the deed
1h set aside. Alleging further that
Mary Strohbehn may do harm to her
self or her neighbors, and lhat she is
in danger of losing her property
rights and becoming a charge on the
county, it is asked that a guardian
be apMinted for her.
At the close of work at Saint Kath
urine's hall Wednesday noon, Miss M
F. ImfTington, the principal," made
statement to the assembled students
for their benelit, ami that of their
parents. It was to the etTect that
school work would be resumed
on the Sth of next month and that
it would be carried on to the end of
the school year, as heretofore, but
that her resignation as principal of
the school had lx-en filed, and that
with the end of the school year her
connection with it, in any capacity
would cease. Miss I'utTington found
it advisable to make this statement
because of the rumors that are
afloat, from unknown sources, con
eerning the school and its possible
discontinuance. She made no fur
ther statement, and said nothing con
eerninir the conduct of the ..school
beyond the current school year, but
announced her own retirement at
the end of that year, so that, as far
. , . i a jt
r.s sne was concerned, stucients ami
parents might know where she stood
in the- mntter. As for the other ru
mors that are current, some to the
effect that the school is to be sold
to a Catholic sisterhood, or other
wise closed and the projierty sold
their orurin is not known, and no
such statemnts are authorized.
melodramatic interest on West Third
street yesterday afternoon. Dr. A. 15
llemler and wife were driving along
that thoroughfare when their atten
tion was called hy the cries or a
child. Directing their eyes toward
the sound they were horrified to see
an jniaiit climbinir out oi the secoml
story window of a residence. The
child had succeeded in getting one
arm and one limb on the outside of
the house when the window fell and
caught the infant, across the back
i'hei-e.the child hung with the pnrs-
M-ct of getting loose ami falling to
the pavement lielow. The doctor
sprang from his buggy and ran up to
the door of the house. The door was
locked and he Could make no jme an
swer. Afraid to leave the front of
the house he took up his position uu
der the child so lhat he miirlit catch
the little one should he fall. A lady
who was iiassiiiir went to the rear of
the house and found the door there
also locked. 'The child hail been left
entirely alone in the building. Final
ly two men working a short distance
awav came hurrvintr with a ladder
and rescued the infant. The child
was put back through the window
an I the window uropN-d down so
that it could not indulge in the peril
ous prank again. 1
A liy. black Newfoundland dog
tackled a vounir man named I'.en
Smith in the leg yesterday mornint;
and caused a wound in the flesh with
his sharp teeth. Smith was at his
work canvassing for his newspapers
near Fifteenth and Prairie streets at
the time of the occurrence. The
wound was dressed by a physician
anil is not necessarily serious, but
the ilofr was shot at the hands of the
police, as he deserved.
The girls basket ball team tf Mo-
line high school will pla y t he "jfirls
of Chicago West Division high school.
in this city Saturday afternoon,
probably at Industrial hall.
Charles tl. Larson, known by -Ids
friends and politicians as Sailor."
was married last evening to Miss
Margaret Williams, of Coal Valley.
daughter of Mr. an. I Mrs. .h.liii Wil
liams. Sailor" seied during the
Spanish war on the Spanish prize
The republicans of the Second
ward have found a candidate at last.
and John Lueschen will run under
their auspices for the office of alder
man. Mr. Lueschen runs a meat
market at Prairie and Washington
streets, and quite nn extensive real
estate owner. J his lumiinat ion nils
the last blank in the republican
A man named Woodruff, living at
01 Telegraph road, had a fall at
the elevator at Fifth and DcSoto
streets Wednesday afternoon, and
the ambulance was called to take
him home. He had dropped about
20 feet without breaking any bones,
and several bad bruises seem to be
the extent of his injuries!
Edward Meyer and Miss Ilettie
May Durch were married Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock, at the Burch
home, on East Sixteenth street, Rev.
C, Davis performing the ceremony i
V H AT A Bi.r.ss I X i .
Many People In llork IkImuiI Learning to
Many a miserable man is happy
now. .Nights of unrest, days m trou
ble. Itching piles means this, l-.cze-
ma iust as bad. and Just as bad to
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cure. j;nt uoan s uinimeni cures an
itchiness of the skin. A biessimr to
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a surrermg puolic. jieres lock isl
and proof to back our statement:
F. K. .lenkinson. of ll '.i Ihird ave
nue, employed in the foundry on tJie
island, says: "I had itching hemor
rhoids, and although I used a number
of different remedies, none of them
id me the least lermaiient good. I
saw I loans liintmenT an veri iseu. anu
got :i box at the Harper House drug
store. I must confess I had lift 1
faith in it, as I had tried so many dif
ferent preparations' in viim, out to
my surprise after lisimr. Doans Oint
ment three days the irritation left
me. 1 continued the treatment until
I had finished the box. when I was
For sale by all dealers. Trice fi0
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., DulTalo,
New York, sole agents for the V. S.
Kemeiuber the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
To the Stockholder In Twin-City Itemler-
Ing: Coin pan r of I lock Inland.
Yiiu will take notice that pursuant
tf a resolution of the board of di
rectors of Twin-City Kendering com
pany of Hock Island, a special meet
ing of the stockholders of said com
pany will be held at the office of
.facksoh & Hurst in the city of Rock
Island on the seventh day of April, A.
D. 1902, at the hour of 2 o clock p. in.,
for the purpose of submitting to a
vote of such stockholders the ques
tion of increasing the capital stock of
said company from the sum of $10,
000 to the sum of $20,000. at which
time and place you will please attend.
. Witness the hands of the following
directors of said company this 3d
day of March. A. D. 1002.
.1 FLICS KOSKXFIELD..
1. L. SCHMIDT.
ABE KOSEN FIELD.
J. E. BUItMELSTER.
Molinp lodge of Elks has issued in
vitations to an "at home" at the
handsome cjub rooms in the Deere
building next Thursday afternoon
:ind. evening. The event will mark
the formal opening of the club rooms
and wHl afford an' opportunity for
the friends and families of the mem
bership to iiisR-ct the luxurious
quarters anil enjoy their forts.
A reception will be held in the after
noon from 2 to ."i ami in the evening
from S to 12.
Misses Lucy and Clara Scott are at
home from their schools at Oak Park.
spending the Faster vacation at .1. 1.
I'.eatty's. Incidentally they are de
voting their time 1o preparation for
their trip this summer. They will
tart in dune and expect to spend
the summer in touring England and
t he cont inent.
At a meeting of the town board
Tuesday afternoon to audit the sic-
cou'nts of Supervisor Jacob Stotft for
the last year, the salary of assessor
for the township of Moline was fixed
for the coming year. It was definite
ly settled that the assessor shall be
paid $1.1M. and that out of that
amount he must pay whatever addi
tional assistance he finds it neces-
sar to employ.
The molilers at 1'ock Island arsenal
ire benefited by the recent arbitra
tion conference held in Mobue be
tween reprcscntat ivcs of the National
rounders association and of the
Molders International union. That
conference, it will be remembered.
resulted in the granting or an in
crease of wages to mol lers in all our
machine-shop foundries, such as
ii..... ..r v;ii;..,.w wi.;i. ,e- "..
the Harnard A Leas Ma nuf act uring j
company, the Molim- l-.levator Works,
mid the Mobile Pump company. '".'"I id
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lilt ,11 II Itil III III. II I 1 111 III l l.
minimum wage for molders in any
such shops as these was fixed at
$ 7.j per ilav. The commandant .at
. , -
the arsenal is required by t he rules
f the department to pay a wage
scale proportionate to that pa hi lor
similar work in tin shops adjacent
to those on the island. Immediately
on ascertaining the action of the
conference here, Mai. Dlunt com
municated with Washington, stating
the facts, and asking the authority
to make increase in the pay of the
arsenal molders accordingly. The
authority was duly granted, and Maj.
I'.lunt has made increases in the nay
f his molders accordingly. The
minimum waire Heretofore pain to
molders at the arsenal was $:J.4.
The increase means just about a ten
per cent increase to all concerned.
The increase here in Moline takes ef
fect April 1. On the island it has
already taken effect.
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1 Us Exactly Wfissat Life fifiessn. 1
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l"se Allen's Foot Eaae.
A powder to be' shaken into the
shoes. Your feet feel swollen, ner
vous ancl hot. and get tired easily. If
you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Alley's Foot-Ease. It cools
the feet, and makes walking easy,
Cures swollen, sweating feet, ingrow
ing nails, blisters and callous spots.
Hel'cves corns and bunions of all pain
ami ives rest and cimifort.. Try it
today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores for 2.".c. TYial package
free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le
Koy, N. Y.
The conference of the Hock Island
Mission district of the Swedish Luth
eran church in session nere tins
week has been an interesting one.
The attendants included Kevs. V. Set-
terdahl, of Andover, J. Martinson.
f Cambridge, A. Edgren, of Opheim.
I. K. Kraft, of Swedonn. J. E. Hol.t.
of I'rophetstow n, J. K. Da hi berg and
J. Xvvall. of t:ck Island. The meet
ing was held yesterday forenoon at
the resilience of Ifev. C. A. llemborg.
when it was decided that at the next
conference, 1o be held April 22 and
23 at. Swcdona founders day
should be celebrated in a fitting man
ner. The evening of t lie 2..d. Kev.
Hrodine. of Orion, will preach in Eng
lish and 15ev. C. A. llemborg in
I). W. Connell has arrived from Ton-
tiac, Mich, to take up the duties of
sujerintendent for the new Yelie
Carriage company. Though the work
in' which he is most proficient will
not begin till the factory is built, his
Horreon't Knife Not Needed.
Surgery is no longer necessary to assistance in devising the plans for
t he. Jiuikling and the arrangement oi
cure piles. De Witts Witch. Jlazel
Salve cures such cases at once, re
moving the necessity for dangerous,
painful and expensive operations.
For scalds, cuts, burns, wounds.
bruises, sores' and 'skin diseases it is
unequalled. Beware of counterfeits.
ARE YOU TROUBLED WITH INDI
Indigestion or Dyspepsia 13 the
causer of more allment3 than any- oth
er disease. The stomach Is unable to
digest the food, and It remain;, clog
gins up the digestive organs,' stopping
circulation and disorganizing the ner
vous system. Stum-Ac-014s will make
things right. They cure drspepsla by
helping the stomach in the work o
digestion. SO cents. Coated tablets.
T. H. THOMAS, Trailing Druggist
the interior is invaluable, and he will
have the superintendency of the con
struction of the plant. Mr. Connell
comes from the superintendency of
the Pontiac Ihiggy company with
which he has been associated for four
years. It is ' one of the largest in
stitutions in carriage manufacture,
nnl Mr. Connell ranks with the best
of the carriage experts of the coun
try. Plans for the factory are being
completed by Drack & Kerns, the ar
chitects who are carrying out the
ideas of the'Yelies and Mr. Connell,
and when, alterations arc made it is.
expected that he excavation work
will be started within ten days.
Ilew Are Toar Kid aeys t
Dr. nobba'Bptrwnis PUlscure all kMnf-y Ills. Pn-
ylafrea. Add. bierUun KemdjrCu.,CtucatfOur M. r.
There is no honor or profit in fooling the people, especially when they are your
own neighbors ancl customers. Therefore our guarantee offer on Vinol is made in
perfect good faith. Call at our store and get a bottle of Vinol at once, and if it does
hot help you after a reasonable trial we will return every cent you jiaid us for it.
We repeat the statement that every sick person should be willing
to try Vinol on such favorable terms.
We can refer you to plenty of people right here in our own city who have been
restored to health by Vinol, and people whose standing in the community is un
questionable. You therefore must admit that we know what we are talking about when
we say that Vinol will surely restore to health all persons who are all run
down, feel worn and miserable, without appetite or ambition, caused
perhaps by sickness during the winter. People who have been ill with
the grippe or a severe fever recover strength and robustness very quick
ly under the VINOL treatment, and it is simply astonishing how much Vinol
dues for pale women and children, weak and nursing mothers, and es
pecially does it promote the vitality of old people;, it is a gentle stimulant
Vinol you know is not a patent medicine; it is just the curative elements of cod
liver oil combined with a little. organic iron and a fine table wine, so that without
any disagreeable features.it is the grandest tonic reconstfuctor we know of.
Dellciojis, appetizing and delicate of taste.
Oil at our store and let us tell you more about Vinol: We never had any
thing sell like it and give such general satisfaction. It must therefore" be good.
Don't wait until tomorrow, call today.