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THE AE&XJS; THTJBSDAT, MABCH LG, 1903
Here is the
To get groceries
at tlie lowest
kinds of canned
goods, the best
that money can
Call -and cro t
J prices before
4 where. You will
J save money if
T you buy your
J groceries here.
N. P. F. NELSON'S
PHONE WEST 1137.
n 2025 Foirth Avenue.
' Well Dressed Feet.
Our new Spring Styles in Women's
Footwear win every feminine heart.
Our variety is large enough and our
assortment of widths and sizes is
broad enough to please every taste
and fit every foot.
Such good) leathers as Viei and Idea!
Kiih, rnd "Patent .Calf are here in
abundance, Inade right up to the mo
ment in style.
Our special lines are our $2.50, $.",
$3.30 and $3 Shoes, and if there are
better shoes on earth for the money,
we don't know it.
The Shoe Man.
1801 SECOND AVENUE.
A Lenten Breockfa.st
may be just as enjoyable surely
just as wholesome if you will but
select from the great variety we
offer: Cereals, fruits, fish, and
eggs. Really welcome changes
from a steady meat diet and mon
ey savers as well.
W. J. MOELLER,
Telephones 1215 and 5810.
2030 FIFTH AVENUE.
Confectionery, bakery goods,
fee cream and- cake. Ice cream
soda, 5c a glass.
Lunches served at all hours.
We carry a complete line of
all eastern candies. Our own
make candies a specialty. Give
us a trial and you will not be
COIN'S PALACE OF
1810 2d Ave. 4th and Brady.
ROCK ISLAND. ' DAVENPOBT.
Only 35? You look at least
60. Restore color to your
oravha r Whv not V fwr-.
LOCAL MUSICAL PEODIQY
TO BE HEARD IN CONCERT
Master Christian Frederick Toenni
gcs, son of Prof. C. F. Toenniges, al
though but 4 years of nge, is already
master of the violin and is to make
his initial public appearance at the
MASTER CHRISTIAN FREDERICK
TO EX N HIES.
Choral society concert at the First
M. E. church Friday evening. He
showed great love for music when
but a baby, and especially paid great
attention to the violin.
lie had his present instrument
when about a year old. but never
treated it as a toy. and in conse
quence the violin did not have to suf
fer as usually toys do. When about
a year and a half old he began to
make an effort to do as violinists do,
by putting music on the stand, turn
ing over the pages, etc., and of course
imitate playing. He made his violin
his companion, and many a night he
would take it to bed with him.
It is a great desire of Christian to
bo a man, and he feels indignant to
be called a baby. He is not alone
bright in music, but is quite a think
er in every respect. He is of strong,
robust constitution and has great tal
ent in intonation and rythm. If
Christian continues the strides he has
made in music he will soon have a
place among the child artists of the
Taxes for the year 1902 are novr
due. Parties having no ' real estate
will be expected to pay their personal
property tax -without delay. The law
in regard to the collection of person
al tax will be strictly enforced if
prompt payment is not made. Office
with S. S. Hull, real estate and- insur
ance agent, room 15, Mitchell & Lynde
building. J. W. TUBUS,
Disturbances of strikers are not
nearly as grave as an individual dis
order of the system. Overwork, loss
of sleep, nervous tension will be fol
lowed by utter collapse unless a reli
able remedy is immediately employ
ed. There's nothing so efficient to
cure disorders of the liver or kidneys
as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful
tonic and effective nervine .and the
greatest all around medicine for run
down systems. It dispels nervous
ness, rheumatism and neuralgia and
expels malaria germs. Only f0 cents,
and satisfaction guaranteed by Ilartz
& Ullcmcyer, druggists.
Beware of -substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tion's in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives of
their victims. For sale by all drug
gists. THE BLB
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TBBEESE BO 1& QMBQTTBTrvrirE.
Maj. Blunt Announces Program
for Arsenal Golf
TOURNAMENTS AND MATCHES
Report Made Upon Permanent Im.
prorements of Last
The program for the Rock Island
Arsenal Golf club's season of U)0:$ is
out announcing the matches and
tournaments that will be held. As in
former seasons there will be men's
and women's championship tourna
ments, men's and women's handicap
matches, wjtli. prizes for each and fur
Ihe best scores, made during the sev
eral events, as follows:
The men's championship tourna
ment, for which four cups arc offer
ed: The championship, class. B. class
C. and consolation. The qualifying
round Tor' this tournament will be
commenced Monday, Aug. 17. '
The women's championship tourna
ment, for which two cups are offer
ed, the championship and ' consola
tion. The qualifying round will be
played Tuesday, Sept. 8.
For the men's handicap matches
one cup is offered, and one cup is of
fered for the women's handicap
For the best lS-hole scores made in
the men's and women's matches med
als will be awarded.
JtAtrn of Flay
The dates of the matches and tour
naments, which are subject, to change
of which due notice will be given,
are. as follows:
Preliminary matches for men's
handicap cup on the following Sat
urdays: May 9 and 2.1. June 6 and 20.
duly 11, Aug. 1 and 22, and Sept. 12.
Preliminary matches for women's
handicap cup on the following Thurs
days: May 14 and 28. June 11 and 23,
July 16. Aug. 6 and 27, and Sept. 17.
Men's championship: First prelim
inary round, Monday, Aug. 17; second
preliminary round and match play
rounds, on successive days following.
. Women's championship: Prelimi
nary round, Tuesday, Sept. 8; match
play rounds, on successive days fol
lowing. Final men's handicap cup: First
match play round. Tuesday, Sept. 23;
semi-finals and finals, Sept. 30 and
Finals women's handicap cup: First
match play round, Tuesday, Sept. 22;
semi-finals and finals, Sept. 23 and 24.
Financial Report Submitted.
Maj. S. E, Blunt, who is president of
the club, has submitted a report to
the membership concerning the finan
cial condition of the organization.
During last season there was expetld-
ed in permanent improvements upon
the course the sum of $4,114.51. Dur
ing the six years the club has been in
existence the total running expenses
have been $13,636.03, all defrayed by
the dues of the members. Speaking
of last season's improvements, Maj.
"The proposed extension from nine
to 18 holes of the golf course having
met the approval of the club, and 1113'
appeal for the necessary funds being
generously answered, the course, as
you know, was last spring enlarged
as contemplated. Corresponding
changes were also made in the club
house, or more properly speaking, in
the locker rooms, and the club is now
provided with accommodations ample
for its membership, both in the house
and on the course, the total playing
length of the 18 holes being 0.134
yards, furnishing, with the large
greens and properly disposed bunk
ers, a course generally considered
well up to the standard of champion
ship, courses throughout the country."-
Commltlmi for the Season.
The vice presidents of the club this
season will be as formerly, Phil Mit
chell, of this city; Col. (S. Watson
French, of Davenport, and W. L. Ve
Iie, of Moline. Capt. George Burr will
be secretary in charge of the match
es. Lieut. E. D. Bricker will continue
in charge of the course. Capt. Charles
H. Clark will be treasurer, and the
handicapping and rides committee
will be composed of Barry Ainsworth,
Walter Chambers and Capt. Burr.
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AT TEI-CITY GYMNASIUM
The apparatus for the new gymna
sium at the new car-house of the Tri
City Railway company was set up in
the commodious' quarters yester
day and the employes will now be
able to exercise .their muscle while
waiting to go out on their runs. The
set is a complete one and was pur
chased from the Moline Turners. It
includes parallel bars, horses, travel
ing rings, wall machines, and the
like. Shower and tub baths are con
venient of access, and in general
equipment and arrangement the gym
nasium excels that of many of the
schools, and colleges.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
A number of students of Davenport
high school have been visitors at the
school this week. The Davenport
school is having vacation while the
institute is being held.
A meeting of the senior class was
hctiT 'yesterday afternoon. The purr
pose was to select the style of invita,
tioii'for commencement. Several neat
designs were submitted, the class
choosing a small sized one of extra
fine quality paper. The engraving is
in shaded old Knglish lettering, a lau
rel wreath enclosing thd class numer
als being worked in gold at the head
of the paper.' The design, while some
what simple, is neat and attractive.
and is one that will be a credit to the
class and the school. The committee
is arranging with reliable compnnies
to have the engraving of the cards
of the class members done.
Manager Stone, of the track team.
has ordered a new hammer, both
of the ones that were used last year
having been stolen at the track dur
ing the last week of the season last
spring. Stone expects to order sev
eral pairs of running shoes soon, as
there will be not enough to supply
all of those who will want them this
year. The team this year has good
material and. nothing will be spared
that will help to make it a banner
It appears that there was some mis
understanding about the basketball
game that was to have been plaved
Mvjth Davenport Tuesday. Hock Isl
and cancelled the game on account of
the one to be. played with Augustana
college Saturday. It seems that the
cancellation 'was not made public in
Davenport, as quite a number of Dav
enport people came over expecting to
see the game and were surprised to
find the building closed and no signs
of a basketball game. They went
home, not knowing whether to blame
themselves or the managers. The
mistake .was probably due to the fact
that there is no school this week m
Davenport and so no opportunity was
given to make the announcement in
Tsotico is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 7th day of April, A. D.
1003, in the city of Kock Island, HI.,
an election will be held for the fol
lowing officers, to-wit:
One mayor for two years.
One city clerk for two years.
One city attorney for two years.
One city treasurer for two years.
One alderman in the First ward for
One alderman in the Second ward
for two years.
One alderman in the Third ward for
One alderman in the Fifth ward for
One alderman In the Sixth ward for
One alderman in the Seventh ward
for two years.
One alderman In the Fourth ward
for two years.
One assessor for one year.
One collector for one year.
Four assistant supervisors for two
One justice of the peace to fill va
Which election will, be open at 7
o'clock in the morning and continue
open until 5 o'clock in the afternoon
of that day. Tlaces of registration
and voting will be as follows:
First ward First precinct, No. 403
First ward Second precinct, No.
1014 Third, avenue.
Second ward First precinct. No.
506 Fourth avenue.
Second ward Second precinct, No,
1100 Seventh avenue.
Third ward First precinct, county
jail, Third avenue and Fourteenth
Third ward Second precinct, No
1434 Seventh avenue.
Third ward Third precinct, Meier
& Behring's nursery, 1115 Fifteenth
Fourth ward First precinct, Flick's
livery, 1914 Third aveDue.
Fourth ward Second precinct, M
Levy's carriage house, Nineteenth
street, between Sixth and Seventh
Fifth ward First precinct, hose-
house on Twenty-second street.
Fifth. ward Second ' precinct
Schmidt's grocery, No. 823 Twentieth
Sixth ward First precinct, hose
house. Twenty-sixth street, near Sev
Sixth ward Second precinct, A. J
Riess' barn, No. 700 Twenty-seventh
Seventh ward First precinct, 3110
Fifth avenue. ,
; Seventh ward Second precinct, Te,-
Clevenstine - Dibbern. Collier
Crouch and Long-Crow
WEDDINGS ABE UNOSTENTATIOUS
Two First Named Couples Begin
Keeping House in This
The wedding of H. A. Clevenstine,
of this,,city, and Miss Nellie Dibbern,
which took place at 4 o'cloek yester
day afternoon at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 11.
Dibbern, in Sears, was witnessed by a
small party of the immediate rela
tives and close friends of the con
tracting parties. Uev. W. S."Marquis
pastor of the Broadway Presbyterian
church, officiated. Following con
gratulations a supper was served and
Mr. and Mrs. Clevenstine late, in the
evening came to this city to take up
their home at 2003 Kighth avenue.
The'-groom is, the local representa
tive of the Durand wholesale irroce.'v
establishment, of Chicago, and has
made his headquarters here for a
number of years. He is widely known
in this section and is held in the
highest esteem. The bride is a grad
uate, of the Kock Island high school
and is a thoroughly estimable young
lady. The friends of both will unite
in extending congratulations.
A nuptial event that will cause
some surprise to the large circle of
friends of the. bride and groom was
that in which Joel Y. Collier, of this
city, and Miss Winifred Crouch, of
Sears, were principals. The happy
event took place at 10. o'clock this
morning at the First Methodist par
sonage. Rev. R. B. Y illiams officiat
ing. Only a small number were priv
ileged to witness the ceremony. Fol
lowing it Mr. and Mrs. Collier repair
ed to the home of the parents of the
groom. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Collier, 710
Twelfth street, where they will make
their abod for the present.
Both the bride and groom are na
tives of this vicinity, and' have many
frunds to wish them well. The for
mer is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
K. Crouch, of Sears. She is a young
lady of m.tny graces and of varied sic-
coinplishments. Mr. Collier holds a
responsible position in McCabe r
Co.'s store, ami is a thorough-going
and reliable voting man.
Miss Kssie K. Crow, of this city, and
Myron W. Long, tf Springfield, this
state, were united in marriage at 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon at St.
Paul's Knglish Lutheran church, Dav
enport, Rev. W. H. Blancke officiating.
The ceremony was witnessed bv a
small company of relatives and
friends and following it a reception
was tendered the couple at the home
of Mrs. Christine Crow, mother of the
bride, at 1623 Third avenue, this city.
In the evening Mr. and Mrs. lng de
parted for their future home in
Springfield, where the groom is em
terson's carpenter shop, No. 510 For
Seventh ward Third precinct, Al
bert Olsen's barn, Forty-fourth street.
between Seventh and Kighth avenues
1L C. SCHAFFKR,
City and Town Clerk.
Kock Island, March 17, 1903.
Kight hour laws are ignored by
those tireless, little workers Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Millions are
always at work, night and day, cur
ing indigestion, biliousness, constipa
tion, sick headache and all stomach,
liver and bowel troubles. Kasy, pleas
ant, safe, sure. Only 25c, ut Hartz Sc.
Ullemeyer's drug store.
Thotisands believe we have found
the secret of perpetual youth. The
elixir of life in Rocky Mountain Tea
makes and keeps people young. 35c
T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
Joe F. ScKneider,
1712 Second Avenue
rrrxoi stopped tree
s 1 l - permanently curea By
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S3. Office, hours 8 a. m. to 6 n. m. and
Saturday evenings. Telephone west
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and payments may be made in any
amount at any time. The money is
furnished promptly and everything is
dene that is possible to enable the
borrower to carry the loan most con
veniently. Your furniture, piano,
horses, waons or other personal
property is taken as security, but
they are left in your own possession.
Ioans are arranged without publicity
and at your own home if you prefer.
Let us quote you our terms.
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