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TUB AUGTIS, TniTESDAT, APUTL 3, 1902.
MEN'S SHOES i SlI-98
To clean up a lot of broken lines of $2.00, $2.50
and $3.00 Muii'h slioes in Icid, coltslcin and calf
leathers. IJeavy extension and medium soles.
We have put them at a price that will move
$1.98 A PAIR
See them in our east window.
' GEORGE SCHNEIDER,
CENTRAL FnOE STORE.
lj Drcwed in a plant as clean as the cleanest home kitchen alwajr open to
i vour insDection c8.Q7I visitors last vear. '
J I ' ' r
Pr. J. Alvin Morne, JV1.D.
An-. 1 Assoeiatn Physicians, Rooms 41, 50,
I t l .1 11 f i. , .i .
liock lsianu. jiours ; io i, -
Specialists in all
chronic, nervous, and
special diseases of men
and women. Consulta
tion and X-Ray examin
ation free and confidential.
WHAT WE CURE
V; cure catarrh in all
1 '? t .lu hitis. asthma, bronchial
i; t lie lirst stajre; we cure all cases of deafness where
t h? parts enjaued in hearing have not been destroyed:
avc cure granulated eye lids and all diseases of the eye;
a cure rlieu iriatism sciatica, himliayo, and all forms
;' iM'iiralia ami lieadache: we cure cancers, ulcers and
diseases of the skin; also all diseases of the blood: we
cii n; all curable diseases of the heart, stomach, liver,
!..:!ii'vs, bladder and urinary origans: we euro dyspep
si t, indigestion and all diseases of the stomach; We cure
al I disease's peculiar to men;
ihtvous diseases and cure all
t:ike incurable rases.
1 ran furnish viu wit h- hundreds of testimonials f prominent pie
;f i. ii Mill rail at my otTiei-. M-t ni t lit-lit dislike to baw their lestimoii
: 'I ia the papers, and for 1 hil reason. 1 ask you to t-all and look them
. :- yourself. '1 hey are giwn without' solicitation ly bankers, Inwvrrs,
i ..- ii-u rs, clerks, and laboring people. Don't tuke my word for it. but
;.. i- and read what people who are will acquainted have to say.
CATARRH AND ITS EVILS.
The foundation of CONSUMPTION', ASTHMA, DYSPEPSIA. KIDNEY
r.u 1 DLADDKIi TKOUDLl'S. and nine-tenths of all other CHRONIC DIS-I-'.ASKS.
-More than one-tenth of all the deaths in DAVENPORT and in
surrounding- country due tu consumption.'. (DAVENPORT ISO A 15 D OF
HEALTH) and most of these due to some of the various forms of catarrh
which are curable if properly treated.
The following' arc a few of the many conditions due to the various forms
i:t CATARRH cured by the German-English Specialists who have the only
appliances to successfully treat this diesasc.
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If yon suffer from anv of above conditions call at once on U Geruian
Engli'sh Specialists at "05 WEST THIRD ST1JUET, DAVENPORT.
CONSULTATION AND X-RAY EXAMINATIONIFREE.
Chronic and Private Diseases of Men and Women a Specialty. Office sup
plicd with all modern appliances. '
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1712 SECOND AVENUE.
51, 5:J, 51 and 55, Mitchell & Lymle
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iu o aim i 10 r. ounuays v iu u a. m
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its various forms; we cure
catarrh' and consumption
we treat all clironic and
curable cases. We do not
Kinging Noises in Ears, '
Discharges from Ears,
Hawking and Spitting,
Inability to breatheth rough the Noso
Dryness of the Throat,
Crusts forming in Nose and Throat,
Shortness of breath,
Pain in Head and Eyes,
Redness and Watering of Eyes,
Pain in Lungs and Chest,
Pain in Stomach,
ISelching of Gas from Stomach,
Pain in back due to Catarrh of Kid
neys and ISladdcr.
The fin est of
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' lincst and choicest wines
nuwlc and invite you tu call
and inspect our stock. Our
Coods are (iuaranteed l'ure.
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For a limited time only we
will give a choice lxttle of
wino free with each dollar
RETAIL LIQUOR STORE
Corner Seventeenth street and Third
IS PERMANENT PASTOR
itY. WKliam Torrance Given In
. crease of Salary by Central
At the annual membership meeting
of the Central Presbyterian church
which was held last evening, the pas-
'. -v. " i t 1
REV. AV1LLIAM TORRANCE.
Rev. William Torrance, wha has
been serving as stated supply for the
past year, was called to the jiernia
nent pastorate i;f the church, a tit
tinir reeoynit ion of the earnestness
of endeavor and the abundant talent
he has displayed- since coming here.
The change carries an increase
salary of $:iM per annum.
The congregation also voted to in
crease the board of trustees from
seven to nine and W. H. ticst and Dr
R. M. I'earcc were chosen as the addi
tional members. The former system
of life iiietnlHTship for elders was
rentioptcd after having been temjio
rarily abandoned for a short term
plan. AY. C. I.nlir was chosen to till
a acaney in Ihe board.
The reports from the treasurer
and from the auxiliary organization
of the church were all highly grati
fying. The former showed a -small
balance in the treasury and the lat
ter showed a distinct revival of in
terest during the past year. The
Ladies Uuild has been particularly
active and has raised oer $"',MH) to
ward def raying the cost of the vari
ous improvements that have been
April I. tlraee I'.ufnr.l to Hannah
M. Freeman, e t: feet lot I. block S
Old Town of Rock Island. $I.(HK).
Rock I.-Iand ISrewing cnipany to
Ocorge H. .lolmston. part lot 4. block
!::. Old Town of Rock Island. I,MM.
(icorge H. Johnston to Phil Mitch
ell. Part lot 4. block i:S, Old lown
f Rock Island. :-,.Ji:i).
tleorge II. .lojiustoii to I'hil Mitch
ell, part lot I. block l.'S. Old Town of
Rock Island. $!,ooo.
Phil Mitchell to Illinois Theatre
companv, part lot 4. ihock 'iu
Town ." Rock Island. :.o.U(o.
'J. Joseph M. Johnston to Robert
P. Aait, out lot . Wait tV- Walkers
First add.. Reynolds. S.'.tM.
Michael M. Miller to John Millett
lots i: and 1i. block '.. Wait & Aal-
ker's First add.. Reynolds. '..
Jidin ISarlong t William Keker-
man. c'j lt hiock i. r. iaenpoi i s
First add.. Rock Island, ifs.Vt.
Walter S. MeKee to Sarah J. Me-
Kee, s .'JO feet lot 1. block -. S:niictf
aild.. Rock I -land. !.
John Moore to John A. Anderson
art outlot 'J, tracts iu sc. nw, nw'Vi.
., 17, Iw. M).
Frank E. Kelley to Adam Schmidt,
e3. se',. U. Hi, 4w. $:.(to.
Oeorge H. ( base to I-rank II
Kracke. part lots I and '2. block 1,
Pitts. Cilbcrt iV: Pitts aid.. Moline
Itrrndrul Attack at Whooping fi) ih.
Mrs. Ellen Harlison, of :i(HJ l'ftrk
Ave., Kansas, City, Mo., write as fol
lows: "Our two children had a se
vere attack of whooping cough. One
of them in the paroxysm of coughing
would often fuint and bleed at the
nose. We tried everything we beard
of without getting relief. We then
called in our family doctor who pre
scribed Foley's Honey and. lar.
With the very first dose they began
to' improve unit we feel that, it has
saved their lives." Refuse substi
tutes. For sale by all druggists.
VIM Nhurp As.
Millions marvel at the multitude of
maladies cut- off by "Dr. Kings New
Life Pills, Ihe most distressing, too.
Stomach, liver and bowel troubles,
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, jaundice.
biliousness, fever, malaria, all fall
before these wonder worker.
at llartz & ISahnsen's drug store.
I'ncnmonlu I ItoUhed of Its Terrors.
15y Foley's Honey and Tar. It stols
the racking cough and hems una
strengthens the lungs. If taken in
time it will prevent an attack of
pneumonia. Jief use subst it utes. 1' or
sale by all druggists.
Twentieth Century Medicine.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic are as
far ahead of ancient pill poisons and
liquid physic as the electric light of
the tallow candle. Genuine stamped
C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All
SHOE COMPANY TO CHANGE
LOCATION AT EARLY DATE
A change of location on the part of
the Rock Island Shoe company has
become imperative this season and
the question is one that is now en
gaging the attention of the owners.
Several plans have "been submitted
involving more desirable quarters
than those at present occupied, and
one of them Wing to remove to the
old watch factory at Milan, which
was under consideration a year ago.
An early decision is looked for.
Tories of TKeoLtre.
The new Zurich .fitting said of
Florizel Renter, who apjiears in a
violin recital at the Hurtis this even
ing: "Such a pleasant surprise is
seldom given an audience as that of
Friday evening in the Tonhallesaal.
When little Florizel made a child-like
bow to his audience Hittl then began
to play, we considered lest to close
our eyes, which contradicted the im
pression on our ears which listened
to an almost perfect violin artist.
Nature sometimes takes delight in
Inverting her laws, and the result of
such a rare inversion stood before us
in young Florizel. The little fellow
manages the bow with astonishing
masterliness; he does not only make
an impression by his sovereign at
tainments in technique, but also
through the intellectual maturity of
lis playing; through his tender, sing
ing, tones, which have nothing what
ever childish and, in fact, ring with
manly earnestness. Florizel succeed--'d
in drawing so many charms from
the concerto of Vieuxtenips that one
was carried entirely beyond the usual
reading of this piece. Florizel was
not dy far fatigued; he played, with
nly brief intermissions, llach, Paga
nini. Wieniawski. One could not es
um absolute astonishment. What
-iiarvelous mastery of ISach's manner,
'he innumerable difficulties in all po
sitions, the purest double and over
tones iu Paganini! Report has in
! his case spoken true, and now vc
.-an understand the enthusiastic opin
:ons of Florizel heard from Vsaye,
Thompson. Marsie. etc. He has
studied with Thompson iu ISrussels;
luring the last years he has been
he pupil of Marteau in (ieneva and
today it appears that nobody has
much to teach him."
One of the most enjoyable and
thoroughly amusing dramatic pro
luctions here this reason promises
to be "Maloney's Wedding Day," with
lames L. McCabe in the role of Ma
lone.v, at the Illinois Sunday. This
successful comedy drama conies fairly
laden with the best of press commen
tations. It is clean, crisp, fresh and
jolly entertainment, free from any
vulgar blemish' ami ripe with the
healthiest and ijiost infectious of hu
mor. It is entertaining in plot and
story, and is fun from start to finish.
It amuses both old and young, and
this is the class of attractions worthy
There will be fun fast anil furious
it the Illinois Monday April 7. when
i clever company" of comedians will
present the last Hoyt's theatre suc
cess. "A Rachelor's I !onc. moon."
rhe story relates the trials and tribu
lations of a man who secretly mar
ries an actress and tries to introduce
lier into his 'home without lietraying
the fact of his marriage to his familv.
I'he complications that ensue are lc-
wildering and excruciatingly funny.
When Miss Viola Allen presented
"In the Palace of the King" at Nash-
die lately, $- was charged for al-
'iiost ecry seat in the house, and as
the Vcndome theatre of that citv is
i very large one. and as it was crowd
ed in every part, the receipt mount
ed up into the thousands. Two days
later,, upon her arrival at Atlanta.
Miss Allen was the recipient of a
minll packet by express which, from
its neat appearance, might have con
tained a rare jewel. lpon its lwing
ipened it was found to contain a sil
ver dollar resting upon a pink plush
cushion, and near it rested the fol
lowing note, bound with a silk rib
bon: "Dear Madam: The enclosed
was found on the streets of Nashville
the day following your splendid per
formance and record-breaking atten
dance at the . Vendome theatre.
Knowing that you gathered in all the
money there was in the city, and
that there was none left after your
lepartnre. I presume, naturally.- that
the dollar belongs to you. I'.emg
honest, if poor, 1 beg to restore your
property to you, hoping meanwhile
that you will come this way with as
good a play and wipe lis out tinau-
ially soon again. Miss Aliens ap-
jx'arance in inis city is announced
for April 13.
Sareil Many sv Time.
Don't neglect coughs and colds even
it. is snrinir. Such cases often re
sult seriously at. this season just le-
niiiiuii Tieoole urn I'nrplpss. A dose of
One Minute Cough Cure wilj remove
danger. Absolutely sate, acis
once. Sure cure for coughs, colds,
croup, grip, bronchitis, and other
throat and lung troubles. 1 have
d One Minute Cough Cure several
urs," says Postmaster C O. Daw
son, P.arr, HI. "It is the very best
cough medicine on the market. It
linu dived nie many a severe spell of
sickness and I warmly recommend it."'
The children s favorite, tor salo by
Edoeat Tour Bowels With Cue rats.
CsndT Cathartic, eura conatlration foraver.
I0c,o. If GCC.UU,draggisurI und money.
Cainpbetl-Ostrom ana Krause-Weit-
na ter Nuptials Celt -bratcd.
At S last evening occurred the mar
riage of Charles It. Campbell and
Miss Lora Ostrom at the parsonage
of the First Methodist church. Rev.
R. 15. Williams officiating. The cer
emony was followed by a reception
and wedding supper at the home of
the bride's father, Frank C. Ostrom,
1123 Third avenue. The groom is a
native of South Rock Island and is
employed as electrician by the Rock
Island Fleet rie Construction com
pany. The bride was for a number
of years connected with the local
telephone offices but lately has been
employed in the Host on store in Dav
enjxirt. Roth the young cople are
well known in the city and highly
t bought of and their wedded life is
begun with best wishes from all.
In the presence of a company of
relatives and friends Adolph Krause
and Miss Katherine Weitnauer were
married at 7:.':o last evening at the
parsonage of St. Mary's church. Rev.
F. A. Poettkin officiating. Miss- ISes
sie Wimple, of this city, was brides
maid, and (ius Olson, of Moline.
groomsman. After the conclusion of
the ceremony the company repaired
to the home of Mrs. Daniel Scully,
sister of the bride, on Thirty-eighth
street, where a wedding supper was
served. Mr. and Mrs. Krause have
gone to housekeeping in South Rock
Island. The bride is the daughter of
Conrad Weitnauer and is held iu high
esteem by her many friends. The
groom has been in the city about a
year, having come from New York,
and at present is preparing to em
bark iu business i.n Ninth street.
tlrrnafd to ffnl.
Lewis F. Reiling Fori ISyroit
Miss Stella M. (ienung.a Crosse, Wis.
William MeSliane Reynolds
Miss Fllcn Dooley Preemption
Robert A. Metiimpsey Moline
Miss Mary J. McOua'id Rural
Warren Churchill Moline
Miss Viola Cox.... ( ornell. 111.
Fred Schroeder Hamilton
Miss Clara Vim Ach .Hampton
John W. Kruse AVet ISulTalo, la.
Mrs. Lillic M. Riley.. West Ruffalo. la.
Frederick A. Krause Rock Island
Miss Katherine Weit na ner. Soul h R. I.
Charles IS. Campbell . .S. Rock Island
Miss Loia Ostium Rock Island
A Nearl- FatuI Knnmvny
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of .1. IS. Orner, Franklin (irove. III.,
which defied doctors and all reme
dies for four years. Then lisieklen's
Arnica Salve cured him. .lust as
good for boils, burns, bruises, cuts,
corns. scalds, skin eruptions ami
piles. -J."c at llartz ISahnsen's' drug
ScMtlo KlMMimHttmn Cured.
Ij. Wagner, wholesale druggist,
Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two montns; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. 'ibis cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect, x have also heard
of line results from others who havt?
used it." Sold by Otto Crotjan, 1T.01
Second avenue. Rock Island, Gust
Schlecel & Son, 20 West Second
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Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
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HOW HELPLESS HUSBANDS
HAVE BECOME HELPFUL.
Never docs a man feel so helpless as
when he looks upon the suffering of the
wife he loves and knows that he is
powerless to prevent it. And when, as
is often the case, he has exhausted every
means at his disposal in the vain effort
to restore his wife to health, his despair
almost equals her suffering. There are
husbands who have passed through this
experience and have found a way to be
helpful to their wives when physicians
had absolutely failed to cure, and been
a v ! ii'l
even powerless to help the sufferer.
One such husband thus relates his ex
"I take pleasure in writing you to let
vou know about your Favorite Prescrip
tion,' " says Mr. K. E. Fricke, of Peters
burg, Menard Co., Ills., Box 367. "My
wife had been siclt nearly rl her life,
and after trying everything I could think
of I made up my mind to try ' Favoriie
Prescription.' I sent to Chicago and got
six bottles, which my wife took, a table
spoonful three times a day, until the
baby came. She felt better after taking
the first bottle, and when baby was bom
he weighed nine and a half pounds.
To-day he is six months old and weighs
twenty-two pounds. He is as good a
child as any one could wish. The doctor
says he is as healthy as any baby could
be, and also the doctor says j-our 'Favor
ite Prescription was the cause of such a
healthy baby. . I felt I owed you . this
much for the good you did my wife and
for my own happiness."
HIS "BETTER HALF."
The reference to the wife as the
"better half" is made sometimes half
humorously. But in his heart every
man feels that the old phrase expresses
a fact. When the wife is sick the whole
fabric of home totters to its fall. When
the wife is confined to her bed the hus
band leads a half life, a life from which
the sunshine and laughter have been
taken away. It is not to be wondered
at therefore, that husbands express their
gratitude for the cures which follow the
use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
What a change from a sickly bed-ridden
wife, helpless and miserable, to a wife
who. is once more able to -"guide the
house" in health and happiness.
"My wife was r.fflicted with uterine
trouble for several years," writes Mr.
J. C. Day, of Little Britain, Lancaster
Co., Pa.,"" and in November, iScjS, the
doctor said she had a mishap. He
treated her for about two months or sow
but there was but little improvement. I
wrote you after she had commenced to
take ' Favorite Prescription ' and you
told us to get ' Golden Medical Discov
ery ' also. She took six or seven bottles
gives out before the other
tired and aches terribly after
a day's work or night's pleas
ure. A tired, weak back pulls
a person right down and renders
life miserable. The kidneys are
often supposed to be the cause,
but usually the muscles and ten
dons in the back have
been strained. Omega
Oil is the proper and
only permanent reme
dy. Rub it into the
pores of the back,
and a feeling of re
newed strength and
virror will come im
mediately, and a few
such treatments will
fix you up all right
takes out soreness
It invigorates and
freshens all the
It contains ingre
dients that you
of 'Favorite Prescription' and two of
Golden Medical Discovery' she was
cured and got out of bed and was able
to attend to her housework once more."
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong and siclt
women well. It establishes regularity,
dries the drains which weaken women,
heals inflammation and ulceration and
cures female weakness. When taken as
a preparative for maternity it promotes
health of body and cheerfulness of
mind. It encourages the appetite, in
duces refreshing sleep, and when the
hour of trial comes it makes the baby's
advent practically painless. It is the
best tonic for nursing mothers, promot
ing the flow of the nutritive secretions
and giving the mother strength to give
her child. fe
"My wife- was sick for over eight
years," writes Albert II. Fulte, Esq.. of
Altamont, Grundv Co..
Tenn. "She had uterine
disease and was treated by
two physicians and got 110
relief. ' At last I read in
one of your Memorandum
Books which you sent me
alxut Dr. Pierce's medi
cines, and we decided to
try his Favorite Prescrip
tion.' I sent to the drug
store and got one bottle
and the first dose gave
ease and sleep. She had
not slept any for three
nights. Being sure that
it would cure her I sent
for five more liottles, and
when she had taken the
six bottles she was sound
Women who are suffer
ing from diseases of long
standing are invited to con
sult Dr. Pierce, by letter,
free. All letters are pri
vately read and privately
answered, and the written
confidences of women are treated with
the same strict professional privacy ob
served by Dr. Pierce in personal consul
tations with women at the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N. Y. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf
falo, N. Y.
This offer of free consultation by letter
is not to be classed with the spurious
offers of "free medical advice" made by
those who having neither professional
training nor experience are medically
and legally unqualified to give the ad
vice they offer. Although it takes more
than a diploma to make a good physi
cian yet the medical diploma is essen
tial, as witnessing to professional study
and training. It is well for women to
examine into oners ot "free medical
advice," and to ascertain whether the
offer is made by those competent pro
fessionally and "legally to give medical
advice. Any one can offer "medical
advice " but such advice from one who
is not medically educated and qualified
is not only worthless but dangerous.
In a little over thirty years Dr. Pierce,
chief consulting physician to the Inva
lids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buf
falo, N. Y., assisted by his staff of nearly
a score of physicians, lias treated and.
cured hundreds of thousands of weak
and sick women. Write therefore with
out fee as- without fear to Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
The effort of some dealers to sell a
substitute for "Favorite Prescription" as
"just as good" is due to the fact that
less meritorious preparations pay a little
more pront. Insist on having the medi
cine which makes weak women strong
and sick women well.
TO HUSBANDS AND WIVES.
The best medical work for the home
is Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser. This great work treats of
health and disease from the view-point
of common sense. It contains lootf
large pages and is sent free on receipt of
stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book
in paper-covers, or 31 stamps for the
cloth-bound volume. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
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parts of the body. It gets