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TITE OfATTA DATTT BEEi TTFJ)"tf ESDAV, APTITTj 8, 1003.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Psvts sella drugs.
Utockert sells carpets.
Expert watch repairing. Leffert. 40f B'y.
Celebrated Mets beer on Up. Neumayer.
FOR rent Modern house. 71 Sixth are.
Cabinet photrs, S5c per doien. 308 B'way.
Mr. and Mr. S. B. Keller are homa from
Colfax Springs,, Ia.
Twelve-piece chamber aet, I2.7S. A. B.
Howe, J10 Broadway.
Heal eitate In all parta of the city for
ale. Thomas K. Casady. tJo Pearl street.
City Clerk Phillips has reappointed Harry
M. Hrown depuly city clerk and clerk of
the superior court. :
There will be a special meeting of Bluff
City Masonic lodge this evening for work
In the third degree.
Another half-price aala on short lengths
of picture' frame mouldings. C. E. Alex
ander Sk Co.. 333 Broadway.
Before papering your rooms wa want to
how you our elegant 1903 designs. C. B.
Paint. Oil and Olass company.
J. H. Folsom and Irene M. Drlocoll. both
of Omaha were married In this city yester
day afternoon by Justice Ouren.
The ladles of the First Presbyterian
church will tarve supper Thursday from B:0
to 7 o'clock In the church parlors. & cents.
The ceremony of burning the mortgage on
the Grace Episcopal church rictory has
been postponed until Tuesday evening of
vnr hi rhonn Property at No. 11 North
gth St.; also property at N. to. corner Fifth
. i . .v. . a . 1 ' TV 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1
venue' and thirteenth street. C. XV. Gould.
A number of new members were enrolled
at th- meeting of the Retail Clerks' associa
tion last night, and the union now has a
membership of about fifty. Joe Hansen la
The funeral of Mrs. Carrie Mann will be
held thla afterndon at 8 o clock from the
family residence. 292 Benton street, and
burial will be In Walnut Hill cemetery.
The funeral will be private. Rev. James
Sime will conduct the services.
Three new cases of measles were reported
to the Board of Health yesterday, as fol- ; printing of the said bar docketa and that
lows: Morey, child, 683 West Washington he now refuses to furnish the Avoca Jour
venue; two Gordon children, 201 .Last nal-Herald with copy and refuses to recog
Washlngton avenue. I rilse the contract that this board made
Charles McDougal was arrested yesterday : with enld paper; therefore, be It '
on a warrant from Justice Ouren's court. Resolved, by this board. That we look
charging him with the theft of a clock . upon the action of the said Freeman I
valued at 15, the property of Joe Murphy Reed In thin matter as reflected upon the
an employe of the Nevlns livery. I action of this board and as being unfair
Howard Weaver and Philip Organ re- j and I unjust to the editor and publisher of
turned home Mpnday evenlna They deny ! said paper w th whom said contract was
the satemcnt that they left home with
the Intention Tot enlisting In the navy and
IL'-'.w-.. .. v.?. h tho rtnilc nf
.A1nou"'?ir,,tK"11; il rlr.1
A. A. Cov.irs band I had beer 're-engaged
Mlnawa Mr :ov.lt left yesterday for Chi- '
cago and other eastern points to complete
The "lty council began Its work yesterday I
as a Board of Review. It made several
changes In the assessments, although none
waa of great Importance. It will be a week
or two before the aldermen complete the
work or reviewing me assessment run. -
John Laughltn, member of the firm of
1-aunhlln & Kwell, attorneys of Buffalo, N.
T. has brought suit In the district court
against Margaret Ivll .and other heirs of
the estate of Margaret Fox, claiming one
eighth of the estate aa an attorney fee.
National Roofing Co., 124 Main 'Street.
RESUM !h FpRNEY' INQUEST
Addltloaat Evidence "aid to Have
Beea leeared Aaalnst Sna-
' '"" ' pee't' ' Roajeiri,
The Inquest over Bert Forney, the mur
derld saloon keeper, will be resumed this
morning. It Is said the police have se
cured additions! evidence connecting
Rogers, the suspect under arrest, with the
crime- Part of this , evidence. It Is said.
wll be furnished" by a woman, who will
testify that she saw Rogers and. another
nasi peering Into the front window ot
Forney's saloon about bait an hour before
the murder. The woman passed the mon
as she went Into the saloon for a can of
beer. It Is also said that the authorities
hope to produce a lad who overheard two
men talking over their plana to rob Forney
In front of a saloon about two blocks from
the. scene ot the shooting.
Rogers has not been arraigned yet and
it .is understood will not be until after
the close ot the Inquest. ' ,
The funeral of Forney was held yesterday
morning and was attended by a Urge num
ber of his friends.
Roadster Clnb Reoraaalsca.
The Council Bluffs Roadster club was re-
erssntied last night at a meeting ot horse
owners at the Kiel hotel, with these of-
fleers: Presilent, A. W. .Wyman; vice
president, W..B. Huston; secretary, W. H.
Ware; treasurer. J. H. Mayne; directors,
Fred Johnson, O. T. Joslln, A. M. Hutchln-
aoc,k E. T. Waterman. J.. H., Mayne.
These committees -were, appointed: Clas-
elAcatlon of, horses W. H. Dudley. Fred ,
Johnson, W.. F. Sapp.. Transportation and
aauaio S. B. Wadsworth,- I. Muccl, Vf. B. .
Huston. The matter, of arranging for the
use of the track , at the. Driving park was
left to the president and vice prealdent.
- The club decided to agitate the question
ot having the city set aside Third avenue
from Fourteenth, street to the river as a
boulevard and driveway 'for the cltliens of
both Council Bluffs and Omaha. , An effort
mjlll h. ni, tai Ia Vttsnhlhlt tftA ' itrtvlrf or of i
heavy hauling wagons on this thoroughfare J
and the club will aeek the co-operation
and assistance of the Commercial club In
this movement. '
The msetlng last night adjourned subject
to the call of the president.
N. T. PUmblng Co.. Tel. 2S0. Night. F467.
Trnateea Do Road Work.
The trustees of Kane township decide)
yesterday not . to appoint a regular town
ship inspector of roada as they are com-
imanded to by the new law, but Instead
rrustee Green will have general supervl- t
ilon of whatever work may be done in the
ownshlp. The board authorised Trustee
Ireen to employ a suitable man when one
faa needed at the regu'ar rate ot $3 a day,
Deluding team, and also such other labor j
its might be needed. He waa also author-
ted to purchase all supp'les.
. Real Estate Traasfera.
These transfers were filed-yesterday In
he abstract, title and loan office of J. W.
kjulre, 101 Pearl street:
ora .and Emma J. Garmong, to
James Morgan. eV nwU X-77-42. w d..$ 4.028
oaephlne M. Owen and husband et
al to t:atnarme iteaiey, pari iota to
and 11. original plat, w d 2,000
erry Wood and wife to II. A. Mott,
nw fraction -7-38. w d 10,116
Ivda A. Peterson and husband to
t.mma a. vt imams, 101 i, oioca ,
Kubajik's 2d add. w d
'hitman. Miller Co. to George W.
t To use and L f.. Mcintosh, receiv
ers, lots 1.12. I. 4. block 5. Bryant &
Clarke tub. d v..-.
leorge 1 Whitehead and wire to
Ixittle Rand, e'j lota ana 7, mock
4. Oakland, w d
obert BleaVly and wife to Painter
Knox, part lot In lot 3. original
plat, a w d
sinter Knox to J. S. Lidgett, aame,
a w 4.,
nomas Maloney and wife to J. 8.
Lldaett. same, a c d
tin Howard and wife to Victor E.
Bander, lota 1. 2. 1 block U. Rail
road add, q e d
Tea transfers, aggregating..
rear! at.. Counotl bluffs. Phoae K.
TROUBLE OYER BAR DOCKET
Clerk Eeed and County Earerriion at Outs
(her the Contract. .','
BOARD PUTS ITS VIEWS ON RECORD
Keellna Heirs Aalc to Havre Taxes Paid
- om Pierre Street Property He
landed, aa Land la laed
The Board of County Supervisors and
Freeman L. Reed, clerk of -the, district i
court, have locked horns over the printing
of the bar dockets for the Avoca district
court. Until this year the docket have
always been printed under the , contract
made by the county board. Recently, how
ever, Clerk Reed learned that under the
law be had the right to let the contract
for the printing of the docketa and he
thereupon awarded the contract ' for the
printing of the Avoca docket to-the pub
lishers of the Avoca Tribune. This the
Board of County Supervisors resented, see
ng that it had already let the contract
for a year to the publisher of the Avoca
Journal-Herald. Yesterday the board ex
pressed Its feelings In the matter by adopt-
I Ing the following resolution:,
I Whereas, This board has for' the past
twenty years contracted for the printing of
, the court bar duckets and having Jet the
printing of the same to the New Nonpa
reil company and the Avoca Journal-Hern Id
i for the year 13, and It now appearing that
t reeman I Keen. cierK ot the district, court
has the leaal authority to contract for the
(made and that the only motive prompting
I said Freeman L Reed to disregard the
. contract made by this board Is partisan snd
results in no good to the taxpayers of thla I
with our unualllled Hpprov.l. ,
k.. ' .
th bo.rd no declined to vote id support
The appointment of Sumner Knox as
deputy sheriff was confirmed and his sal-
ary fixed at 11,000 a year.
George H. Hill was reappointed janitor
of the county court house for one year !
IVSZ w ' I
Aatc Tax Refunded.
Attorney Spencer Smith on behalf of the
heirs of George Keellne, presented a re
quest that the city taxes which had been
paid on the Keellne property on East Pierce
street for the -years Itbt to 190? inclusive,
amounting to $538.20, be ordered refunded.
The petition set forth that In January,
1886,' Mr. Keellne "secured ah Injunction re
stralnlng - the ? Jerylng - sad. collecting of
city taxes on this property and that In
December, 1880, the Injunction was reaf
firmed. This property, which la the old
Keellne homestead,' within tne city limits
on East Pierce street- wjijjph was recently!
paved, la claimed to be'' held fpr agrlcul-1
tural purposes qnlyvJThe .request waa re
ferred to the county attorney.
The county auditor was authorized to
pay. the assessors two-thirds of the
amounts allowed them on return, of their
books properly balanced.
The Ave members of the board ' decided
that they would appoint themselves dele
gates to the Good ' Roads convention to be
held In Des Moines April 15. The board
was , authorised to . appoint five delegates
under the proclamation issued by Gov
ernor Cummins. It was stated yesterday
that all five members would attend.
Herman Mendel, the banker of Neola, as
guardian of Thomas Lynch, an .insane in
mate of St. Bernard's hospital. ' made a
proposition to the board' yesterday which
will relieve the board of all expense for
the care of his ward for the remainder
of his natural life. The Sisters of Mercy
in charge of the hospital have agreed In
consideration ef the awn ot 82,060 to care
for Lynch for -the remainder of bli life,
Bo that he . will not become" dependent on
the county.. , Mr. Mendel is able, and will
ing to pay this sum to, the sisters, pro
viding the county, will release lta claim of
about $1,000 'for the care a6f lornch up to
date. As guaYdlan of timti. Mr1 Mendel
h 4 lttje over $2,000, the fcioceed" ef the
,ale of nl, wfcra-a interest-in farm near
yjeola. This money constitutes everything
.-n-i, D0.ie..e,rf Lynch Is 33 years of
age and while mentally deranged ia in good
physical health and liable to live thirty
years or more. -.The board-took the propo
sition under consideration. . .
LIBRARY MATTERS GET WARM
r-t"I teak la Plan. Excites
One of Member 'of tk
The differences ot opinion existing
among I he members of the board of trustees
cf the public library as to the best site for
the Carnegie library building his led "to a
certain amount of ill-feeling. Prealdent
Rohrer, who la an ardent advocate .of the
Pusey site at the corner of Willow ave
nue and Pearl street, hae.ln consequence
been more or less criticised by those mem-
hers wno tavor tne tnugari sue. itustss
Balrd. on behalf ot the members who favor
the Shogart site, yesterday afternoon served
President Rohrer with a formal request
that he call a meeting of the board for
Inls evening at 7:80 o'clock In the private
office of Trustee J. J. Stewart.
The notice waa signed by the following
members of the board: W. 8. Balrd, Mra.
Mary L. Everett, Victor E. Bender, J. J.
Stewart and Dr. J. H. Cleaver. It was the
evident desire of those signing the re
quest for the rail that the meeting, like the
former ones at which ths board "expressed
a preference" for the Shugart site, should
be a secret one. President Rohrer, un
aware ot the desire or Intention of the
members signing the request that It be a
secret meeting, showed the typewritten re
quest to a newspaper man In the presence
of Trustee Bslrd.' -'
Trustee Balrd resented this action on
the part of the president of the board. In
sisting that he had no r'ght to make public
lie the request of the members for a ascret
session. Some exceedingly strong lan
guage was Indulged la by Trustee Balrd.
It was stated yesterday that the price ot
the Pusey site had been lowered to $8,000
and that of the Plnney property adjoining
to $4.0C0. thus placing it within the means
of the board to secure tho site at the
comer ot Willow avenue and Pearl strset
clear through to the courthouse grounds for
President Rohrer Issued the frlliwlog
call for a meeting ot the library toird this
evening In the library rooms In the Mer
Pursuant to the adjournment of the reg
ular s salon of the board held on March 21
and also pursuant to a request by a-ura
than three members of the ISoard, I hereby
rail a meeting of said board and recon
vene raid adjourned regular meeting of
the board to be held at the free public
library on Wednesday, April 8, at 1:30 p. m.
- Improvements la Falrmnnat Park.
The Board of Park Commissioners at Its
regular monthly session last night de
cided on a number of Improvements at
Falrmount park. The archway which
formed the entrance to the Elks' carnival
grounds last fall, will .' be repainted and
placed on a brick foundation at the en
trance at the end of the motor cut Into
the park. A platform for the accommoda
tion of the public will be constructed near
the pavilion to facilitate the car service and
the steps leading from the car tracks will
A new range for the deer will be made
on the south aide of the draw Just west of
the band stand and a small ornate toun-
l-.u w... p.acea ,u ,i or toe use oi tne
uimain. a new nouse is 10 oe duiii tor
the storage of grain and feed for the ani
mals and the park Implements.
The bond of Frank T.. True, treasurer of
the board, In the sum of 115,000 with Er
nest E. Hart dA J. P. Qreenshlelds, was
Plumbing and heating. Blxby ft Son.'
Marriage Llcenaea.. , '
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:-
Name and Residence. Age.
J. H. Folsom. Omaha ............... tit
Irene M. Drlscol), Omaha.. 1
Clyde Stoker. Pottawattamie Co.. Ia.... 21
Pauline Bauerkemper, Pottawattamie.... 21
Albert Pullmrtn, Silver City, la....
A T - .. .. an ...... I 7
WOMAN JUMPS INTO A POND
Despondency and Ill-Health Canse
Iowa Woman to Take
Her Life. . .r T
STRATFORD, Ia., April 7. Mrs. A. B.
Barkhurst, wife ot Hon. A. f B. Barkhurst,
prominent In republican political circles
and wealthy-retired farmer, this morning
at 10 o'clock deliberately walked from her
home to a pond halt a mile away and
I jumped In.
Her body was found an hour .afterward.
Despondency and Ill-health are reported to
be causes which led up to the suicide.
Good Roads Delegates.
ONAWA. Ia.. April 7.-(Speclal 'Tele-
rxam.-The Monona county board of su-
Pvlsors today appointed the following
delegates to the good roads convention at
St. Louis: Henry Harlow, Onawa; Jake
Folwell, Whiting; C. I. Whiting, Mapleton;
Joe Evans,. Cantana, and C. F. Putnam,
Soldier. Part of the delegates at least are
txpeed, t0 "end; HnJl Harlow is a
! . i i . i i .i . i . .
of the county grading force for aome year.
and hopes to get some new Ideas at 8t.
Louis that will prove of practical use on
Monona county grading. The board of su-
pervisors propose to pay more attention
hereafter to the making of good roads.
World's Beat rile Cure.
-Why endure- tortures from piles till you
contract a fatal disease when Bucklcn's
Arrllca Salves cures, or. no payr 25c. For
sale by Kuhn ft Co.
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Indications Point to Two JWore Fair
.. lovvaw - . t ' . ji . -
WASHINGTON, April 7. Forecast:
For Nebraska, Kansas and South Da
kota Fair Wednesday; Thursday probably
abowers and cooler.
For Iowa Generally fair Wednesday and
For Illinois Showers Wednesday; Thurs
day probably fair; fresh south wlnda be
For Colorado and Wyoming Fair Wed
nesday; Thursday probably showers and
For North Dakota Partly cloudy Wed
nesday; Thursday probably showers and
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, April 7. Omaha record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
1903. 1802. 1901. 1900.
Maximum temperature... 65 49 67 6S
Minimum temperature.... 38 23 82 60
Mean temperature 62 Sti 44 &9
Precipitation 00 00 00 00
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day and since March 1.
Ncrmal temperature ...... .v ;.. to
Excess for the day 2
Total excess nlnce March 1.". ...141
Normal precipitation 09 Inch
Deficiency for the day 09 Inch
pteclpltatl.in since March ) .68 Inch
Deficiency since March 1 1.61 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period. 1902 l.SO inch
Kxcess for cor. period, 1!XU. ....... .25 Inch
Reports front Stations at 7 P. M.
CONDITION OF THE : : 5
WEATHER. : E : 5"
:' : 2 o
: ! :
Omaha, partly cloudy...
North Platte, clear
62 K 00
66 58 (0
4 62 00
6 68 On
64 -64 01)
64 68 T
62 68 00
60 62 01
66 72 .04
60 64 T
58 6M 00
64 68 T
66 68 . 00
5 M T
64 68 f)
68 72, 00
Salt Lake City, partly cloudy.. 6t 68 00
Kapli city, partly eiouuy
St. I ,ni Is, raining
fit. Pntil. partly cloudy
Kansas City, partly cloudy
Havre, partly cloudy
Helena, purtly clojdy
T indicates trace of precipitation.
I.. A. WELSH,
' ' Local Forecast Official. '
NO TIME WASTED
Prompt Acllon is Pleasing
Many Omaha Citizens. '
Get down to the cause of everything.
- Bad backs ars caused by sick kidneys.
Cure the kidneys, you cure backache.
Doan'a Kidney PI 11a are for kidneys only.
No time wasted trying to cure other
Omaha people endorse their merit.
Miss Nellie Mitchell. 415 South Eleventh
street, says: "After a fall I noticed my
back aching occasionally and finally con
tinually. It grew ao that I could not lie
perfectly straight and very often was forced
to sleep on the floor In place of my bed.
Two boxes ot Doan'a Kidney Pills, obtained
at Kuba ft Co.'s drug store, corner of Fif
teenth and Douglas streets, gradually re
lieved roe of the aching until it finally dis
appeared." For sale by all dealers. Price 60c.
Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo.
Remember the name, Doan'a, and take no
PROFESSOR IS BOUND TO WED
Pecu'iar Matrimonial M sup Gets Iito the
Court! at Dei Moines. - '
GUARDS DENY DOING THE SHOOTING
Contracts Let for Erection ' of the
Iowa Monnrili oa the Battle
fields la the Vicinity of
(From-a) Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINE9..'Ia.. April 7. (Special.) A
peculiar matrimonial mix-up turned up In
nnllCA Knurl ctrrro InHav Slocrol a woll
. koowll .bu.ln man called ,t tne county
offices and complained that hlar daughter
waa about to tcwry a man against his
wish. . He Vatterwards advised - with the
courts with a -View to taking out an In
junction, but Anally put the matter in the
hands of detectives. It appears that Sle
gel's daughter, Minnie, a fine musician and
graduate ef the Des Moines college, had
become Infatuated with Prof. F. .Wallace
Pike, a musician, who came here about a
year ago. The elder Slegel objected to the
attachment,, .bat to no use. Three' days
ago Minnie Slegel disappeared from her
home and Uffcfalleged Professor Pike hat
been keeping her at his room In the day
time and she was staying with friends at
night. Mr. Slegel alleges that Pike had at
tempted to secure money from htm and
had demanded f.'iOO In lieu of his marrying
the girl. Today a detective went to the
rooms occupied by Pike and got the 'girl,
and' after she had talked with her mother
she declared there would be no wedding.
Professor Pike makes complete denial ot
all the allegations against him except that
he Insists he will marry Miss Slegel despite
her parents. ' All the parties are prominent
and tho case has become decidedly Interest
ing. ' Pike was arrested on a charge of
attempted extortion filed by Slegel ard
gave bonds to await trial.
, , Killed In a Coal Mine.
George Warren, a driver In a coal mine
at Carbondale. near Des Moines, waa In
stantly killed at noon today. He, was at
work In the 'mine owned by the' Smith
Lowe company and had hitched up the mule
to the train of coal cars. The .. animal
started quickly and Warren was thrown
, unde' e wheels and killed. Ha . leave a
I wl,e and ,wo children.
The Information was received here today
that J. W. Hill, nephew ot James J. Hill
of St. . Paul, has been appointed division
freight agent of the Burlington lines In
Iowa with headquarters at Burlington. He
; attnrppdit J M. Ttarhti! ran i crn rt ft wim
understood an effort was being made to
PCUre the place for R. A. Beldlng of this
I Guards Did Kot D Shooting
The members of tho 8tae Beard of Con
trol' have -recurved'. aa yet. no official ln
formatlqri from. 'Independence In regard to
the escape .ot.institfttci'rrom the hospital
there. Judge Robinson stated, however,
that it must certainly Jiava been a mistake
In the matter of the guards having d ne
the shooting whcU f t-aeultsd In' slopping
two of i; the escapHife Itfebrlites. "The
guards at the hospltaJflt not allowed to
carry firearms," he snld, "and it is con
trary to 'all :theirX4wT3lnf to ost violent
or extreme measare Js pycntlnr eicap s.
They are not allowed to 'even strike an
Inmate nor do anyt King" that would cause
Injury . unlesl tf- tttyuld" be ltf, pure self
defense and that is so rare that it is
practically unknown." "But the Incident at
Independence Illustrates' again the neces
sity for some change in ths method of keep
ing the Inebriates.'.'., tf . ,.
Monument Contracts Let.
Senator Young of Washington county wsa
In the city today add went on to Iowa
City, where he meets with other members
of the Iowa commission on the monuments
at Chattanooga to approve the contracts
for the monuments. These con'ract - ere
let some time ago, following a general
meeting of the commission at Cedar V
but the contracts have not yet len
signed up. The work' on the monuments
will be commenced as soon a the veather
will permit. There will be three of them
one In 'Lookout Mountain,' one in Mission
ary Ridge and one half way between and
all will be very fine. Ths total expendi
ture will be about $35,000. It Is expeUel
the work will be done this year and the
dedication will take place some time In the
fall or early next year.
, Banks and Their, Capital Stock. -
The state auditor la making an effort to
effect an Important reform In the matter
of Incorporation ot banks. A few days ago
a bank at Dayton filed an amendment to
its incorporation papers decreasing the au
thorlied capital stock from $75,000 to $40,
000, but at the same time the bank In
creased its actual working capital from
$26,000 to $40,000. Thla ia In line with the
reforms contemplated t by the auditor ot
state. It is found thax many banks lu th
state have authorised capital stock ,'ar
above their actnal working capital and this
operates to give them. tho right to Increase
their capital stock at any time wlthrut sny
record thereof with , tie auditor of state,
who Is supposed to keep close to the trans-,
actions of the banks. The new slate
auditor Insists that the authorized capital
Stock and actual, working capital should be
the aame or approximately so. Hereafter
the banks will not be allowed to adopt ar
ticles of Incorporation with .'such marked
ar!atloiv between ,, the authorised and
actual working capital,. '
College (.Trustees Meet.
Governor Cummins ' went to Ames todsy
to attend a meeting of the board of trus
tees of the Iowa State college. Members
of the building committee of the board
were In the city last evening In consulta
tion with tne -architects, Messrs. Proud
foot and Bird, with reference to modifica
tion of the plans tor the central college
building so that It can be built within the
limit Bxed by the legislature. The build
ing committee 'plans to change the appear
ance of the building without altering Its
lie-or 'destroying Its' usefulness. Tbs dome
Is to be dispensed with, the large colonial
columns In' front are to disappear, some
changes are to be made in (he windows and
the interior finishing will be materially
different from that -contemplated by the
board when the plans were originally
adopted. All this will be done with a view
to ultimately having the building com
pleted in accordance with the first plans.
It la expected new bids will be authorised
at the present meeting at Ames.
Mlaers Qalt Work.
OTTUMWA. Ia., April T. (Special. ) De
cause of disagreement over an Increase of
HVa per cent deficient work rooms and en
tries, the Whltebreast Fuel company's mine
at Hilton shut down this morning. Men
are left to keep the mines In workable cor
Talks to tbe Tesrkeri.
IBLEY. Ia.. April 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Tonight ' Dr. Dclton, professor of
pedagogy la the Iowa State university, lec
tured to the hundred members ot ths Osce
ola Ceu&ty Teachers' Institute and cltliens.
The practice of taking a tonic in th: Springcim. is too tine-honorji to n:ci justification.
The herb tea brewed by our grandmDthers, and ad.niniser:d to youn? and old alike, was a
homely etforc to conbat th; humors' whicn poison t!is booJ at the end of th: wintir seasov
The decoction had a nauseous taste but the effect was b:n:ficial. The same n::i cx'r.s ioiav
and medical science has improved upon the treatmmt.
The feeling of weakness, depression and f :eb!eness from which you suf er is Jcbl it l i.i and
dangerous. It affects you both mentally ani p'.avsicahy, for tne b'ooi feeds th: b:ain a? well as
the body. You cannot think clearly nor ac: vigorously. Your biood is slujgish, ienpari, v.tia.ed.
You need a renovation of the entire system you need
It is none too early to begin now. Gjt a box from your druggist todav. Take one pill after
each meal. To bj sure you don't forget, have th: box placed at your plate at tab'e. Remember
that the pills aw NOT A CATHAR TIC If you need a laxative buy five cnts' worth ol com
pound licorice powder and take a teaspoonful at b:d time to stir up your iiver, but don't take regu
larly, for a tonic, any preparation that physi-s and wea tens yox Dr. Williams' Pink Pi.ls give
strength from the first dose. You begin to feel vigorous, the dull Ias:ude disappears, your step
tfomes elastic and your eyes brighten, pimp'es and eruptions disappear and you know that your
v , i; are filling with - good, red blood, For your encouragement, we print a few statements of
cu. ji that we have personally iivestigated and know to be trustworthy.
"Last, spring," says WV.lcr Muines, of
No. 1086 Bread street, ProvldeoiM, it. I.,
"I was made miserable by the appearance
of bolls all over my body. Tliev pained me
a treat, deal Hurt nothing I t ." -.id me any
good until tried pr. WHIihu..- Pink Pills
for Pale 'Vople. I suffen'- with these
eruptions i -r months and ti. doctors did
not seem i.hle to help me. They said my
trouhle was cauxei by Impr.rlllcs in the
blood. Then Dr. William' V..-.K Pills were
rocommended to me end 1 tried them with
the result- that In a shorr time the bolls
were all d.tven away mi' 1 was cured. I
am glad to recommend ths remedy to all
whore. blood Is ooi an It t-:'nild be."
Nervou; aid p!ess.
. Mrs,' M ry Lee, of No. ib Water street,
Eau 'ieV". Wis., says: "In the spring of
1890 tin erects of ovr work, which had
been teliinr u;on ine ' some tlmo, caus-
j ed a gen.'i al breaking man of my health.
! became very . nervosa, with ser-re head
srl, -ad dlxzy spells nd had such ago
n'.ziug pains o cross the chest that I could
not raite ray arms v "hout undergoing iior
rible tenures. l.vi:lu r.ot sleci for more
than an hour at u time, 1 felt worn oul
: ' .V' '
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are a powerful blood builder and spinal tonic and
they embedy Dr. Wi Hams' wonkrful discovery a principle in medicine that attacks the root of
disease, not the symptoms. They have cured cases of rheumatism, anemia, indigestion, nervous
ness and partial paralysis that have not yielded to ordinary treatment. If you are suffering from
any disease of the blood or nerves, write us and we will convince you, by the most absolute proof,
that Dr. Williams' Pink Piils for Pale People are
Not Like Ordinary Medicines.
The eenuine are so!d only in boxes bearini? the full name "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
j People" on the wrapper aro
or six boxes for $2 50, by the
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and all my ambition was gone. After I
had been In this condition for five years,
my mother, who lives In Allenford, Ont.,
recommended that I try Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People. I began taking
them and, although my case wua a' Blub
torn one, in a short time I was better, and
In four inontha I was entirely cured. It
always gives me pleasure to recommend
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People
to anyone who suffer as I did tor I know
this medicine will help them."
v "I was going Into an unnatural de
cline," says Mrs. Charles Lavlgne. nf No.
1317 Third avenue, Detroit. Mict. :'I waa
weak and thlu, nervous and vi.h"Ut appe
tite, took cold easily and wa afraid of con
sumption. I could no. Bleep, I was always
tired and worn nut, my color all went away
and I felt miserable. Good doctors treated
me but failed to do me -any good, and I was
discouraged of ever getting better till a
friend told me of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Pale People. . I began to take them and
kept or. tilt I had used three boxes. By
that time t was an 'entirely . different per
son, Tho nervousness had all gone, I could
eat and sleep, I gained In weight and felt
, strong and well. Mv friends began to re-
That is Also
ind every box. At all druggists,
Ur Williams Medicine Co., bchenectady, IN. Y.
In the treatment of Private DISEASES OK MEN. to which
our pracUco Is limited and to which our exclusive thought
and experience has been devoted far more than J& years,
WE CJIVE A L.KQAL. WRITTEN (iL AHANTKiS TO CURE
PERFECTLY AND PERMANENTLY or refund every cent
paid. If troubled with VARICOCEI-E. IMPOTBNCY.
BLOOD POISON OR KEFLEX lUHOIU-ERS It will pay you
to consult ua at office or by letter. CONSULTATION FREE,
and if vou take treatment charara will b entirely aatlsfae-
Cook Medical Company
113 South 14th St. Otcr bally Nawa, Omaha.
mark on the color In my cheeks, and I told
them Dr. Williams' Pink Pills bad done It
and had restored me to health. That was
several veers sgo, but from that day lo .
this I have retained my health and
After suffering nearly half her lifetime
with rheumatism, Mrs. Jenette E. Hart of
Sea Bright, Calif., now past seventy years
of age, was cured by Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People. Ebe says: '
"I began to suffer with rheumatism
thirty-five years ago and nothing that I
tiled seemed to help me. It grew worse
and worse until I was badly crippled with
It. Sometimes It was ao severe that I had
to take to my bed. About a year ago an
article in the paper induced me to try Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, and
I could notice a change for the better by
the time I had taken the first box; Five'
boxes cured me and I have had no return
of the trouhle since. I can work and sew
and get around aa well as many a woman
much younger than myself. I am now over
seventy years and I firmly believe that Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are
the cause of my being so well."
or sent postpaid at 50 cents a box
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
No UMa. Ms odor. Caa b ilr.n Id I law ef
alar, toa or eoeoa without pallant'i IuMm.
Whlta Rlbboa Hamoily will cura or tfaatrur tbo
alaaaacd appatuo for alroholle atlmulaota. wnathar
tba oatlrnt la a confirmed InabrlaLa, a "tlpplar,'
social drlnaar or drunkard. Impuaalbla for anrooe
lo kavo aa app.tli. (or ak'oaoitg Iwuora attar oalaa
Whlta Rlbboa Remadjr.
lariorsed by Members of W. C. T. V.
Mra. Moora, praai auprrlntondont of tka Woman's
Chrlatlan Tamparanca union of ntura, California,
writ.. " hara taa'.ad Whlta Rlbboa Rrmrdy en
vary obatlnata drunkard, ai.d tha curaa bava boa
sianf. In aianr eaaaa tha reinadjr waa s'va ac'ratly.
I c haarfullr ranomm.ad and antoraa Whlta rilhho .
j Rtmctlr. Mamhara . of our oulon aro dllahrd l
I find aa aronnoiical traatmani. to old ua lu our V '
. arraneo work "
I Jru1.ta or by snail. 1 tv.il parkaan I
I writing Mra. A. M Yownaend for yaara r"i
I of a Woman's rhrtatlaa Tapipcranca unlu.'
j Trrmont atract. Boaton, Maaa. Sold Is Onial.l l '
I'Phooa 147. . W. Cor. Ittb and rhtaaa aire...
Oooda dall?arod THEE to an part of city.
la HtU ao tt.lA a... "' k.M
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Cure a Cok) In Ona Day,
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