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Iowa State Press (Newspaper) - April 4, 1903, Iowa City, Iowa IOWA STATE VOL. v. thai Mousy At all M HALL R aro two from in this There are length of routes 49 square 999. April olT Shamrock Ihe ter a handicap pr tim in anile Sir said today Vould He liis effort to lift the adding oo deatly Hist another trial would not IOWA APRIL 4, THE OLO Kansas of un- known tlie apart ui tat house John and Bolt lost after other tenants that their English Cabinet Discusses War Situation in the President Roosevelt Talks to People la Praise of Trainmen Conceded All for Which They Were About to Sir Thorn aa Say a He Will Not Another Trial Jot the Two Hen by Fire After Having Saved Their bors in WAR IX English Cabinet Considers of in the April 4. The seriousness of the Balkan situation is fully in Today the cabinet held a ing the complications gravely GOES INTO April The police over the ballots cast In Lorimer's this the for the election board for decided to send an agreed to the supreme court for decision In the meantime no effort to recount tht will ibe and not be cited for of IX April Tawney the pre tial at aad rode Jie president to The ident talked fire minutes from the rear platform of the car to THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE townsfolk at the latter citizenship his Homer DaLley Tries to End Earthly toy Suicidal Yet SAVING FIRE i St. to by C. W. Infelicity Causes His i and Rash of Blood v I f fie a Time Yesterday and a- Less Strenuous April The special 8.30 i besn without The president ayas in good de- spite of day inade made a member of the 2JEWAKD FOR BIG Helena April ex- for a cellar of a for a man named a plumber unearthed three containing be- tween and in Tht man's cry of surprise brought Sirs who up ths and rewarded the man one Col- The money was burled years but by -ed NOT TO BE A has na Press Chib attended the ia the Ue df local hare no on him in become a physical wreck the week is A crowd of listened to in He the for- born high Ireland is not GET St. April today returned against a number of whose whereabouts are still With his throat and arm blood from his ueck as if lie been slashed to Homer Dailey staggered into Uie Be Voert house last night and asked for A doctor called and throat ivas sewed he tout is. about all that cam be said for may dead the ink on this statement of domestic The man in the case a for Mrs. Dailey told strange to ha who came to the home unexpectedly and satisfied as chronicled in Other Jilg to quate ex- like made all all Iowa when the Clifton tel at Cedar Rapids was The recent eil in calling fire escapes on all buildings in City is the public as a of escapes are therefore to established on all ithe hotels and G. Will the of tbe Iowa Iron one of the best known foundryman and mechanics in now n force of men busily under his personal fire escapes at the St. Janios The is to be Henry has returned from hi winter's life on a Montana am will a month or so visit his pa rents and TUie fire mas U by an alarm 1'ro-i the The lire to a and was thieves out erect barn last scolo a light a set of a The men u of tiho yard and the barn door without 11 own team to the stolon drove oil as if were their own V and Detective are on and early is Henry was badly injured about 0.30 o'clock this He was a head to a is his .In a At any he was be- giants and was i most lie out of the with a left hand crushed and his bone compound left femoral vain cruelly Jle to ths and ho WAS given surgical This he as ihe and lit is iie will Tlie anau Is the son of D. pioneer of the c. being popular w It'll old and recovery will be wished for CITY by r. M. 50 to 55e. 40c. 35c to 3Sc. 35 to 40e. 2ysc to Hogs to y to 7c. 3ysc to dry 90.00 to green to to to baled 533.00 to Leaf lard to 15C5; canned to 15c. 3c to A M. Austin of new what to do in the hour of need wife had such and liver ould not help He of and ried Dr. King's New Life Pills ho got at once and Only 25c, at W. E. or J. H. drug Distress Eating Nausea between fits of nervous pain in the arc all symptoms of and the longer it is neglected the harder it is to cure it. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills and permanently strengthen and tone tlie stomach and other digestive organs for the natural performance of their Accept no substitute tor had dyspepsia twenty-five years and took medicines but got no Help I began taking Hood's Have taken four bottles of this medicine and can now eat almost anything sleep have no cramps in my stomach no burning and no B. I. On the months of May and special excursion tickets sale to St. Paul and Minneapolis at one fare for the 4 sued tne escapes wall toe ing- of Mrs. It r. leave as The Berkley contract also been awarded .to This work .be just as Peter for their patriotism in souls ho us not lessons of tet of The qualities soldiers in war are ito inake GET THEIR Will Get They Asked St. April lion of the rules railroad and Clarence Stevenson rejoices ihe arrival of a 9-lb. son at Smallpox has invaded tihe homes of eter and Robert Quarantines have been A divorce asked for in the dis- court fey Zred Kettles charged his with conduct Joseph Goetz positively firemen reached an agreement This Agreement provides for an increase of per for and per cent for At a conference that is lield it is the details men will get everything they asked at the the new free rural delivery routes established by the FOOD ALL Food is not all the thin man Maybe lie's You can't make him eat by ing him But Emulsion can make him That Emulsion gives a maa appetite and feeds him both It brings back lost No trouble about he did not call George Powell as stated in Tie Press might in to a suit brought bv the Koser and Miss Nellie worth out of a on South Dubuque last painfully cut above the brother of the county mot in the buggy when the horse started but the man clambered into the vehicle from the after be- ing dragged some His lant act could not avert tlie but be was not severely There will be a of time on the 3Rock Island road On tie i will go west at 4.43 half an hour earlier Going 2Co, 4 ivill at 9.33, ty minutes of the present 3 takes place of 14 and runs east on lie same Oa the B. C. R. trains go east at G. 10 and 7.13. The midday 12.01, and the Dailey cut up as and evidently ready before ready id a mile and a half entered home of a for a The throat the Dr. S. S. ov the this place is located in about three miles east of Lone and three miles ivest of The tragedy was in columns a days when it intimated that the the a general con- the love affairs of the persons least expected to have such epigones their Dailey evidently after over the that death preferable to litigation and a up for ihe went inlo seized formed the rash and act The Albany and other be similarly equipped by to be in demand The buildings will from to four MAKES A There's nothing like doing thing Of all the ever heard Arnica Salie is tlie best It sweeps away and Skin Eruptions and It's only 20c, and guaranteed GOOD FOR Tlie pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cure gives diate relief in all of Croup and Grippe it does not pass immediately into ibut takes effect at tho seat of tho It draws out the in- heals and soothes and euros permanently .by enabling the lungs to contribute pure life-giving and life-sustaining oxygen to the blood and Sold by J. Whetstone and Crescent CHICAGO Direct Reports of Chicago York Grain i and Provision quotations dally from E. H. broker com mission grain member Chicago Board of Private wire direct to Telephone 233 and get the Washington Iowa E. H. 3? ARE THE ONLY SHOULD 69ft July May July by W. E. Shrador and J. The cross runs for tne spring of 1903 were Mr. joice ing- train at 6.37. in from min and the time 3s and 11.50 a. 1.00, 5.05 and p. m. Mrs. Willick in court charged on intuit to commit great The oldest fireman in Qty and 3lrs. P. E. the of a little baby boy at their home 514 St. The University Its first dress parade of the season the boys a good all things showed plainly tie effect of an on- forced of several or practically for the Burnett could do soldiers indoor j were ivas to keep alive la ihe j N doing fact there is such a as After the exercises had a to talk captains oi lie various and i each leader ivas there must The Methodist church ivas the of an excellent and meeting for young in the church and Sunday especially Supt. E. presided and delivered one of usual strong the of tlie with uity and He was listened to by eagerness that indicated that his words wero finding lodging places in The music of The hour was in accord with the of Wilson is io bis homo with a painfully due to a fall or his The trotting along Summit and fell The horeo so struck the as to pinion Mr. Wilson down for a ho had extricated hs found himself severely he He win probably be at the tory next A goodly number of 3asi in the at the city 3ia33 aad May July May July May July May July 17.72 17.12 9.70 17.50 17 oo 9.65 9.67 955 9.67 9-55 THEY ARE SUPERIOR IN FINISH AND not by tlie The weakest stomach can di Scott's It taste leaves the way for other food When wasted and by long illness ii gives and appetite that ordinary foot cannot only Emul sion pure but the Vas 3t The Judge tion and bound wer io the A bond Esther Kandall the Seniors of the Academy last from S to 32 The event place at Inane of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. 30 people hours in the most de- and on the RHEUMATISM CURED W A for DAY radially fa 1 3 Its action upon tie STitea a of one of the best 5n the not if tie not to end the ns they dad last them 5n tle jn i rOMn at 3ia3J there j purpose of a Union Stock April 4, Receipts 200 Hogs left 4000. Mixed and butchers Good to choice CAR 33C. Estimates 100. opened Wheat closed ys Corn a of in those Evay ix L. Cady vas 10 the and K. as a of M-d VOT a Jo in- if yoa It at once the aud tti Tbe freatly 75 Sow w. E. city A GREAT There was a sensation in W. H. Brown of that to Lni y King's for He endured agonies tout relief and soon after effected a complete cures of j and Grip are Ifs tie peerless remedy for all on Judge A. H. and W. and 3ang- and Price by j DUE JS 3s on IVr Salve 3s salvo on 4he that fc Tnade from tie Cancer A Ohio flow to Cure the in Your Own Home them Salvo has sands of of piles thai not to any and fact lias brought ont many Those persons who get gennino Witch Hazel o are 1 't Crescent Address Bos ft. These Shoes are sold in all the ing cities of Europe as well as this and We Are the Sole Agents for Iowa CALL ON US FOR A TRIAL We are sure you will be I pleased XXX We Guarantee Every Pair THE BOSTON SHOE 117 Clinton Street Bargains in WORKING i NEWSPAPER
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