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THE AKGrTJS, SATURDAT, ATOIL 12, 1902.
PE-RU-fJA CURES CATARRH
OF KIDNEYS EVERY TIME.
DAHCEROUS KIDNEY DISEASES CURED
l'eruua Creating a National Sensation in
of Chronic Ailments of the Kidneys.
Mr. John Vance, of Hartford City, Ind.,
cays: "My kidney trouble is much
letti?r. I have improved so much that
everybody wants to know what medi
cine I am using. I recommend Peruna
to every lxxly and soiuo have commenced
to uric it. The f..lk.i all say that if Ir.
iliirtman's medicine cures mo it must be
yreat." JOIIX VANCK.
Mr. J. Brake, of Petrolea. Ontario,
Canada, writes: "Four years ago I
had a severe attack of Brlght's Dis
ease, which brought me so low the
doctor said nothing mere could be
done for me. I began to take Peruna
and Manalln. and In three months I
was a well man, and have continued
so ever since. "J. Brake.
At the appearance of the first symptom
of kidney trouble, Peruna should lxi
taken. This remedy strikes at once the
very root of the disease. It at once re
lieves the catarrhal kidneys of the stag
nant blood, preventing the escape of
serum from the blood. Peruna stimu
lates the kidneys to excrete irom the
blood the accumulating poison, and thus
prevents the convulsions which are sure
to follow if the poisons are allowed to
remain. It gives great vior to the
heart's action and digestive system, loth
of which are apt to fail rapidly iu this
simply be- JJ- , 'J,
cause It cures 1,
catarrh vher- ; .
ever located. .
..Major I . ii. :
Mars, of the
1 VS Pusning
111., the following letter:
"For years f suffered with catarrh of
the kidneys contracted In the army.
Medicine did not help me any until a
comrade who had been helped by Pe
runa advised me to try it. I bought
some at once, and soon found blesied
relief. I kept taking it four months,
and I am now well and strong and fsel
better than I have done for the past
twenty years, thanks to Peruna."--T.
If j-ou do not derive prompt and- satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at oneo to Dr. Ilartmsn, giving a
full statement of your cuso ami he v. ill
tie pleased, to give you his valuable ud
I Address Ir. Ifartman, President oi
I'Wmer Philippine Commander Will
Attend Grand Army Kn-campntent.
Hock Island will have the pleasure
of entertaining Maj. (len. Arthur Mac-
Arthur, formerly in command of the
i'nited States forces in the Philip
pines iinil now commander of the de
partment of the lakes. :it the Mali
eiiciinipiiient nf the C A. K. next
Ilis accept n nee to tlie invitntion
was received today by C. .1. Searle
'h:iiriii:in of the committee on invitn
tions. (ien. MarA rl hur will Ih in the
Peruna cures catarrh of tbo kidneys Tho liar tin an Sanitarium, Columbus. O
801 FOUFLTH AVENUE.
llujjs made from Inpjraiu or liriisscls carpet. Satisfaction
Mrs. Minnie Schincller, Mgr.
Citv Council Koom, Itock Island.
April II. The citv council met in
special session . at clock p. in..
Mayor Kno presiding and all the nl
Cermet) present. I he citv clerk rend
the call for tlie meet inr. which wa
Ko. k Island. 111.. April 10. II. (
Schaffer. City Clerk Dear Sir: Yon
will plca-e call 11 special nieetintr of
the city council for April 11. 1 !:!. at
2 o'clock p. )n.. for the purpose of
icting 011 l'dack Hawk Fourth add
In. 11 and (i. F.. I'.aileys addition plats.
and the ('.. K. 1. P. switch track.
P.. V. KNOX, Mayor.
Al.l. Andrews moved that a reees
of five minutes be taken to examnu
the plat of the proposed switch track
of the C. P.. I. & P. i:. U. company.
On rcassemblinir AM. Anderson
presented nu ordinance granting Ihe
Cliicniro. Kock Island A- Pacific llail
wav company the right to lay down
and maintain a switch track in Fifth
avenue, inside of the curb line, bet-inning
at a point 2C0 feet east of
Thirty-first street, and extending to
a point .().' feet east of east line of
Thirty-first street, which was consid
ered and adopted by unanimous vote
AM. Andrews ntoed that the conn
cil take a recess to examine the prop
erty embraced in the plats. Carried.
On reassembling AM. Andrews
moved that the pint of the P.lacl:
Greokt Collection 0
Splendid group of irresistible bargains in Spring Furniture and
Carpets awaits you this week.
That stand unrivalled in the market at the present time.
"0 different patterns of large size
Carpet Pups, K-.'ixlo-G and !xl2.
in Tapestry, Axminsler. P.ody
Prussels. I Jest Wilton Velvets,
an.l Smyrna, as in ff
low as , lu,jJ
Handsome 3 piece
wood, six feet
Fine JJox Seat
Pretty Dressing- Tables
pref t iest
( 'a rria ires
very pretty ,
The largest an
Hook Cases, solid
carve I .
.lust received a large shipment of
Solid Oak II:. II Trees,
as low as ,
Cobbler Seat Uockers,
Have you seen those
lor Cil billets? A
large line. P.eanties
A few more of those large Kattan
barge Oak Cupboards,
A few more rolls of that
Heavy Ingrain Cariet..
Have you seen those Cloth Window
'Shades? Any color, six feet long.
Kememlier, we have 2.1 patterns of
those gooil All Wool Car
pets, this week
1 patterns of flood Carpets,
pretty patterns. or
this week fcOU
Now is the time to buy your Lin
oleum, while we are sell
ing pretty patterns at....
Positively Uneqxialled Elsewhere.
Comparison will convince you, as it has done for others, that the
Furniture and Carpet headquarters of the tri-cities this spring is
Never Undersold, Clever Wilfc Be.
Hawk Fourth addition be accepted,
provided that the necessary bond Ik
furnished for the proper grading of
streets and alleys and that the alley
111 block .No. 1 Ih made fifteen feet
wide. Carried by unanimous vote.
Aid. West hay moved that the plat
of Oeorge IL Ifailey's addition be ae
ecpted, provided the necessary bond
be furnished for the grading of
streets ami alleys. Carried by
Aid. West bay moved that tlie peti
tion of the Tri-City Transfer Fuel
company be granted. Adopted.
AM. West bay. from the street and
alley commit tee, recommended favor
able action on the etitioii for plac
ing Ihe crossing nt Thirteenth avenue
nt First street in passable condition.
AM. Andrews moved that the matter
be referred to the mayor and alib-r-
men from the ward.- Curried.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Willi
H. C. SCIIAFFF.R, City Clerk.
I lie St. .1 11 1 ifii howlers last evening
won from the Outing club team of
Davenport 011 the alleys on this side
of the river, administering the lirst
defeat of th season to the visiting
aggregation. The total score was
to -.v."). The tabulated score
ST. .11 Id FX.
Peel 12" IV, K,S
Thorns ..; ' I nil 1KU 1U9
PfatT : 1 1 '"
: Holder 1T1 ITS :lll
IVKi rn.aiin Iftll Hid is::
su sr..-i sr.T
F.eattv 17 Hit HI
Day .' 1. in 211
Susemihl , VM 10 171
Marks K'.S 1:17 1
cifford n"i hi 1-7
7ti7, fi'Hi 820
Moliuc bowlers are laying prelimin
ary plans for tlie organr.ai ion ot a
bowling league which will play a
championsbip series for prizes"dnrlng
the spring and early summer. len
clubs will be organized and to insure
as nearly equal strength as possible
among all tennis, the players who
have been Ihe stars of the Deere al
leys since their openJng will be the
captains of the various aggregations.
The names of all the candidates for
places on the teams will lie placed in
a liut and eacn captain win seieci a
slip by lot in rotation till each team
has six players, one extra man being
allowed to supply vacancies.
I'nranionlit l ItohUed of It Terror".
Hy Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops
the racking cough nnd heals and
strengthens the lungs.' If taken in
time it will prevent an attack of
pneumonia. Keruse substitutes. ! or
sale by all druggists. , .
NEW CASE SMALLPOX
Harry Saunders, Urakemau on Rock
Iwlaifcd Itoad, In
The health department again has a
case of smallpox under treatment,
the period of entire freedom fton,
the disease having lasted but liltle
over a week. The latest vict'm is
Harry Saunders, passenger brakemnn
on the Hock Island roatl, who rims
from liiis city to Omaha, aed pn.-cs
through Des Moines, in which tlie
smallpox scourge has been perhaps
worse than in any other city in the
Mr. Saunders has beon ailing some
time and several days ugo he called
a physician. At that time he did not
(xhiliit the usual symptoms of smal!
pojt and the physician did not even
become suspicions. Yesterday after
noon 011 returning to the Saunders
home, which is at 2M)." Seventh av
enue, he found that the cast- had de
veloped into a pronounced one of
smallpox. The health department
investigated early in the evening, ami
as a result the premises were placed
under guard and the unaffected mem
bers of the household, which is com
posed of Mr. and Mrs. Saunders ami
one roomer, were vaccinated. It is
believed tlie infection was commimi
cab'd from a passenger n the train
n which the patient ran.
Kuu at Camp Hrr.
The titertainment . given by tin
young people at the Sunday school
rooms of the ISroadway church last
evening was a decided success. The
program consisted of singing, man
dolin ini-sie and story-telling. The
room was in darkness, the only light
coming' from the camp tire on the
platform where, grouped . about Hie
tent the ..impers were singing
and unfolding yarns. The audience
was very large and seemed to enjoy
the entertainment immensely. The
entertainers were: Onartette. Fred
Davis, A. Anderson. II. Olson. Kngeiu
Maltison: mandolin. Will Montgom
ery; story-tellers. S. -.. Dul'.ois. Dr
It. M Pearee. !.. K. VanP.iser and W.
mr 1 -i 1 1
v Yoviiu vou itnow ivw m.voic c hnw
5or- lVLtxltirv' pcrcct Liscviit
Cfxluiwct contcLins no Kjvriw
And 1 cjxr. always risk it.
I And I crAgJvys risk it.
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CALUMET RAKING POWDER, f
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Kock. Island Sav
ings bank for the election of nine di
rectors for one year will be held at
the office of saiil bank, in liock Is
land. Monday. April 14. 1002. Polls
will be open at 10 a. m. and closed at.
12 noon of said day.
P. C, KKKXAWAI.T, Cashier.
IJoek Island, April 4, 1002.
Bow Are Yoar Kidney t
Ir Hobti'8priurtis Pills curtail kldner Ills. Sam
pie free. Add. bierliug HtmitMly Cu..CUicAirour N. Y
1 In Palace of King Tells
Stirring Love Story
"Not (Juilty" is to be
tiou this .afternoon and
Miss Viola Allen's new .play. "In
the Palace of 1he King," which she
to present at the Illinois next
1'uesday evening', is described as being
1 ripping hive story, intense, dramat
ic an. I Heroic, t rum all accounts
Lorimer Stoddard has made out of
Mr. Crawford's romance . n drama
which appeals to nil hearts, else Miss
Mien would not be enjoying such an
unprecedented patronage in other
itics. All the world loves n ' lover.
Don John of Austria in history, and
Mr. Stoddard's play, is one of Ihe
right sort. Miss Allen impersonates
his sweetheart, the lovely Dona Do-
ores de Mcndoza. daughter of the
ptain of the household guard in
the palace of the king. Hut love did
not run smoothly with these old time
overs. Don John and Dolores pass
through many thrilling episodes, ow
ing to the cruel machinations of the
wicked Philip and his mistress, the
beautiful Princess of liboli. The
play is divided into six splendid acts.
and the costumes, being duplicates
of those worn during the magnificent
era of Philip, are described ns being
of regal magnificence. The rolo of
Dona Dolores is said to be the strong
est which has fallen to Miss .Miens
ot to imiM-rsonate.
Opie Head never said a better thing
than this about Faderewski s
"Manru" opera: The music is very
difficult. I wish it vas iir.possifdel
Operatic music appeals to the intel
lect, and moves nobodj'. Itallads and
lyrics appeal to the heart, nnd -bring
tears to ihe eyes. Operatic music
played to an army on the eve of bnt
tle would have no more effect thnn
the shriek of n shingfe mill, lint let
the bund strike up 'The C.irl I Left
Hehind Me, and then see the soldier
bovs go in for victory!"
'A Thoroughbred Tramp" will be
the attraction at the Illinois Thurs
day, April 17. It is a brnnd new com
edy, crisp nnd up-to-dnte. The cen
tral figure of the piece . is T. Hush
Thompson, a typical American hobo
with all the quaint wit and manners
of this class of wayfarers of road
and rail, his many adventures form
ing the basis of the story of the play.
Several novel seenie effects are used
in the production, one of them show
ing ' n race between n woman on
horseback and n fast moving train.
The horse gradually loses ground,
but reaches the goal and dashes up
an embankment a h.iirsbreadt li in ad
vance of its pursuer. A clever olio of
specialties is introduced during the
play by different memlvers of the
cast, prominent among them being
a very lunuv eccentric turn ny u al
ters and Franklin.
Ihe til h of the pin v. For Iter
Sake," stamps the piece with "heart
interest." and there is said to be sit
uations in. it a little short of ter
rific. Such a one is the flogging
scene in-which the serf girl Olga. the
young woman with whom the hero
of the story. Prince Val.leinar, is in
love, figures as the victim. The
author, it appears, has taken good
care to relieve such scenes as this
with others of a comedy flavor. The
play will be seen here at the Illinois
Ointment for Catarrh That
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely de
range the whole system when enter
ing it through the mucous surfaces.
Such articles should never be used ex
cept on prescriptions from reputable
physicians, as the damage they will
do is ten fold to the good you can
possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J,
Cheney & Co., Toledo, ().. contains no
mercury, and is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. In buy
ing Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you
get the genuine. It is taken internal
ly, nnd is made in Toledo, O., by F. J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by druggists. Price 7-".c per
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
Allra'i Foot Eaw.
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. Your feet, feel swollen, ner
vous and hot, and get tired easily. If
you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Kase. It cools
tne feet, and makes walking easy.
Cures swollen, sweating feet, ingrow
ing nails, blisters and callous spots.
Relieves eorns and bunions of all pain
and gives -rest and comfort. Try it
today. Sold by all druggists and
slme stores for 2."c. Trial package
free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le
Roy, N. Y.
Itching piles? Never mind if phy
sicians have failed to cure you. Try
Doan's Ointment. No failure there.
50c. At any drug store.
A home is never complete without children.
Yet many homes are childless. Many wives are
desolate for the lack of a child to love. Their
lives are aimless void of the high motives of
motherhood. While barrenness is causing incal
culable sadnaM and tonow, it exists in most
cases on account of some little female trouble,
which Wine of Cardui would speedily set right.
This pure Wine regulates the disordered female
organs by building up the worn out nerves and
regulating the menstrual flow. It restores the
fallen womb to its proper place. By strength,
ening the generative organ, it make preg
nancy possible where barrenness exists. You
can depend on
Suffering women all over the land have been
depending on it for seventy.five years. No
more convincing proof can be given than the
testimony of Mrs. Benson, who is only one of
thousands of women to whom Wine of Cardui
has brought a permanent cure. Many cases of miscarriage that trouble
which robs mothers of their hopes have been avoided by timely use of the
Wine. You are asked to try Wine of Cardui and Thedford's. Black-Draught,
its companion medicine. Nine out of ten cases of female trouble, barren
ness included, yield to them. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
Vandervoort, Ark., April 2, 1900.
Last May I had a miscarriage, which was followed by flooding. I read
your Almanac and my husband pot me a bottle of -Wine of Cardui and it
topped my flooding and restored my fallen womb to its place. Now I am
cured after taking three bottles and have another to take which I got this
morning-. I am expecting to become a mother and Wine of Cardui will be
my doctor. Mrs. MARY L. BENSON.
For ad Tier and llteratnir. address, plvlng symptoms: The Indies' Advisory
Itepiutiiient," Tlie OifUl.tnooufc MeUicuie Company, Chattanooga Teiin.
DintcTiort Ciiambcrlin. Kindt Jt Company.
Wednecday, April 16.
The Novelty Wonder
Direction CtiArtHERLiN. Kindt a. Company.
Saturday, April 12.
Matinee and Nijjflit.
Whitaker 5c Lawrence's
r -a test Mt'erin-j
... Not Guilty ...
La. id in Colorado. Novel
Effects. Entire Pro -dviction
I'riot s '2'n', :."( unl iMc.
"I have iM'i'n iimius rAS(MHKTK for
IuKOuiiii:i. wiiii wlm li 1 have Ihh-ii uftiii'ied for
ovT twrnlv MT.r. ;iml I enn suy Ui:t Cuscart'tH
have civi-n inn mure tvlirf than any other
remedy 1 h;iv t-ver Iritil. I shall crrljiinly re
commend H i in to my friends us lii'inif all ihcy
urc n i-resnicd." 'I'Bos. ;il.l.AKI. fclltiiu. 111.
story of luvc mill liutrel. A drama
of today. Kvi'ry su't a sensational
surprise. Staged at an enormous
outlay. A maniliciMit seenie jiro-dut-tioti
of a overful drama. Pre
sented ly a company of superior
Price sMattnee 35c. 50c,
Niglit 2."c. 3.V. f0c and 75c.
. PlPasnnt. rlitalt. Kotont. Tn-t Oood. Do
Quol, Kt ver Su-Wuu, Weaken or Ori;m. 16c, SVc.
flterilac RiB-4t 'a-,aikr. thlo, Boatmil, Ir Yrk. 315
lift Tft t?if Fol'l ami tnariintpp.1 by (ill ilnis-
Pure Kvc UJMjKcv
it is old
CAHN. EELT Sc. CO.. Baltimore. Md.
A. H. LI ITT,
Distributor, KtM-k Island.
jtsk rjr 1
And see that you gff It.
Direction Cmambllin.Kinot. Coi-ipanv.
Sunday, April 13.
At the top of many Triumph
E. J. Carpenter's
diamt dealinir with despotic deeds.
Life si-encs of fialacpsand prison, revela
tions of mysterious realms. The homes ot
elepance: The haunts of exiles. For tlie
ttrst time magnetically mirroring the mys
terious realms of the czar.
Prices 25c. src. aud ."Hie.
Direction Cham b i blin. Kindt m. Cwipanv.
Tuesday, April 15.
Ami (Tompany presenting Iorinier
Stoddard's ilraniatization of F. Marion
Crawford's historic novel,
"In the PaLla.ce
of the King."
A love romance of old Madrid.
Prices .10e, $1.00, l..r0 and 2.Ui.
Sale of seats af Lloyd's Sat
urday. ('arriaes at 11 o'clotk. Free
list aasjiended. Jwiii"; to length of
performance, the curtain will rise at
8 o'clock sharp.
2n Antiseptic Healing Powder
Heals Cuts.' Wounds. Burns and Scalds
without scar. 25 cents. Druggists.