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THE AUGUS, WEDNESDAT, PJEBBUARY 24, 1904.
. Groceries Too Cheap To Mention Prices. This is the i Lneaoest Place to Buy Groceries In the city r N.P.F. Nelson Cash Grocery. 2052 Fourth avenue; both 'phones OCO00OC00CGCO2000O0COOO0CO c O ON - 15he NAME STANDS FOR QUALITY oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Purity Is Uppermost at I i s Everybody knows 13he Number. See Our Prices Below on Home Ma.de Cevndies Peanut candy, per Ibv, 10. Cocoanut candy, per lb., 10c. Yankee peanut candy, per lb., 10a. Chewing cream candy, all flavors, per lb, 10c. Chocolate drops Pr lb., 15c We have installed for the benefit of oar customers a new hot water apparatus for hot drink of nil kinds and at all hours at a reason able price of 5c per tup. Boston Candy Kitchen. 1810 BECOND AYENTJX. BALL DATES FIXED Directors of Three-Eye Lague Adopt President Holland's Schedule. TO HAVE HOLIDAY GAUSS HERE I Cock Island and Davenport Meet Fourtb of Jul and Labor Day. The directors cf the Three-Eje league pushed psirle the schedule of fered by Frank Lander. .f Kockford, at their meeting in Chicago yesterday ami adopted the one presented by Pre ident Ed Holland, which has Rock Island and Davenport together on Fourth of July and Labor day. two of the lwst days of the seanon. flock Inland plays a double-header on the Fourth aero the river and the lowans are booked for two frames here on Labor day. Spring-field I to be here on Memorial day. The sched ule that Lander had drafted had Itock Island and Daver.pt rt separated on all holidays. The meeting, which was held at the Palmer house, wan something of a record breaker in point of harmony and sr.ced. 'Hie magnates rhet at the appointed hour 10 n. m. got down to business and 'finished their work before adjourning for lunch. The playing schedtde was adopted unani mously, the case of the suspended player, Liptert, decided in his favor. and a lot of routine matters trans acted. Pdie playing schedule occupied th' greater part of the time. . The scheme of dates adopted calls for 126 games! for each club, the season champion ship opening April 2U and closing ept. 11. The Scbdal. Following is the schedule, stars in dicating S unc ays: Dloomington At Decatur: May 23, -6, 27; July 4, 4. 5; Sept. 8, 10, At Springfield: May 31. June 1. 2; June 27; Aug. 24, 23. 26. At Rock slanl: June 3. 4, 5; July C, 7, 8; t Davenport: May 13. Sept. 2. 3. . 10. 17; Julv l'.. 20. 21: Aue. 20. 21. 22. At Roekford: Mav 12, 13. 14; Jnlv 22. 3. 24: Aug. 1. 17. IS. At Dubuque: May IS. 10, 20; Julv 16, 17, IS; Aug. 12. 13, 14. At Cedar Rapids: Mav 2l, 2. 23; July 13. 14. 15; Aug. 0, 10, 11. Decatur At Hloomington : May O. 30; July 1. 2, 3; Sept. 3, 3. fl. At Springfield: June 0, lO. 11; Julv ", 7. ug. 27. 2. 20. At Rock Maud: May 31; June 1. 2; July 0. 10. 11; Aug. J4, 23. 20. At Davenport: May 12, 13. 11: July lfi, 17. IM; Aug. 10. 17. 18. At Rockfi rd: May 13. 10. 17; Jury 13. 14. 13; Ausr. 211. 21. 22. At Dubnuue: May ai. 22. 23; July 22. 23. 24; Aug. 9. 10. 11. At Cedar Rapid: May is, 10. 2; .Inly 111, 20. 21: Aug. 12. 13. 14. Springfield At Bloomington: June 6. 7. fs; July '.. 1. 11; Aug. 3U. 31; Sept. 1. At Decatur: June 3. 4. 3; June 28, 2l. .30; Sept. 2, 3. 4. At Rock Island: May 2'J. ;(. ::; Aug. 0, 10, 11; Sept. 5. 3. V. At lhncnport: May 18, 10. 20; July 13, 14. 13; Aup. 12. 13. 14. At Roekford: May 21, 22. 23; June 21, 22, 23; July 16. 17. 18. At Du buque: May 12. 13, 14; July 19. 20. 21: Aug. 20, 21. 22. At Cedar Rapids: May 13, 10, 17; July 22. 23. 21; Aug. 10. 17, is. Rock Island At lllooiningtou: June 0. lO. 11; June 2S. 20, SO; Aug. 27, 28. 21). At Decatur: June C. 7, 8; June 23. -. 27; Aug. SO. 31; Sept. 1. At Spring field: May 23, 26. 27; July 1, 2. 3; Sept. 8. 10. H. At Davenport: May 21, 22. 23; July 4. 4. 5; July 22, 23.'24. At Roekford: May 18. 19." 20; July 19. 2), 21: Aug. 12. 13. 14. At -Dubuque: May 13. 10. 17; July 13. 14, 13; Aug. 16." 17, IS. At Cedar Rapid: May 12, 13. 14; July 10. 17. 18; Aug. 20. 21,22. Daenport At Hloomington: April 20. S(; May 1; June !2. 13. II; July 26. 27. 28.' At Decatur: May 2. 3. 4; June is. iy, 20; Aug. 1. 2, 3. At Spring field: May 3. 0. 7; June 13. 16, 17; Aug. 3. 6. 7. At Rock Island: May s. l. 1(); June 21. 22. 23; July 20. 30. 31. At Roekford: May 20. 30, 30; Aug. 0. 10, 11; Sept. 3. 3. 6. At Dubuque: June 3. 4, 3; June 28. 20. 30; Aug. 30. 31; Sept. 1. At Cedar Rapid.-: May 31; June 1. 2; July 9. 10. 11; Sept. 2," 3, 4. Roekford At lib oir.ington: May 8. 9. 10; June 13. 1G. 17; Aug. 3. 0. 7. At Decatur: April 29, 30; May 1: June 12. 13. 14; July 29. 30, 31. At Spring field: May 2. 3 4; July 4. 4. 3; July 26. 27. 28. At Rock Island: May 5. 6, 7; June 18. 19. 20; Aug. 2, 3. 4.' At Dav enport: May 23. 26. 27; July 1. 2, 3; Sept. 8. m. 11. At Dubuque: May 31; June 1. 2; July 0, 7. S; Sept. 2. 3. 4. At Cedar Rapids: June 3. 4. ."; June 2S. 29. .JO; Aug. SO. 31; Sept. 1. Dubuque At Bloomington: May 3. 6. 7; June 18. 19, 20; Aug. 1. 2, 3. At Decatur: May-8. 9. 10; June 21. 22, 23; July 26. 27. 28. At Springfield: April 29. 30; May 1; June 12. 13, 14; July 29. 30. 31. At Rock Island: May 2. 3. 4; June 13. 16. 17; Aug. 3, 6. 7. At Da ten port: 'June 6. 7. t: June 23. 26. 27; Aug. 24. 23, 26. At Roekford; June 9, 10. 11; July 9. 10. 11; Aug. 27. 2S. 29. At Cedar" Rapid?: May 25. 26. 27: July 4. 4. 3; Sept. S. 10, lf. Cedar Rapids At Bloomington: May 2. 3. 4; June 21. 22. 23; July 29. 30. 31. At Decatur: May 5. 6. 7; June 13. 16, 17; Aug. 5. 6. 7." At Springfield: May 's. 9. 10; June 18. 19. 20; Aug. 1. 2. 3. At Rock Island: April 29. 30; May 1; June 12, 13, 14: July 2S. 2". 2S. At Davenport: June 9, 10, 11; July. 6. 7, 8 Aug-. 27. 2S, 20. At. Roekford: June 6, 7, 8; 'June 23, 2fi, 27; Aug. 24. 23. 26 At Dubuque: May 2'J, 30, 30; July 1, 2, 3; Sept. 5, 3, 6. WberaClabaOpes. .' The opening games will be os fol lows: Davenport at Bloomington, Roekford at Decatur. Dubuque . at Springfield and Cedar Rapids 'at Rock Islands The teatson will close with the following series: Rock ford at Davenport, Dubuque at Cedar Rapids, Bloomington at Decatur and Reck Isl and at SpringfiehL . The mileage for the different clubs was carefully figured out before the schedule was adopted, and showed a difference of over 600 miles for the reason, the Springfield team having to travel the greatest number of miles. 3.3G0. and the Davenprrt club the least distance, 2,702 miles. f r.m Hen to Kffnrm. Plaver Lippert, formerly of the Du buque club, was suspended by former President Sextrn in August last for the rest of the season. He promised reformation, however, r.nd on the re quest of the Springfield club, which has signed him for the coming season he was reinstated. The regulation of passes and the adoption of the Sjnilding ball were uun ng the mint r matters which were disposed of. Notes From Nea.rby. ( apt. Pen Kick, of Sterling, the not ed .shot who has led the sharp shoot ers of the Illinois National (Juard to victory in several contests for the Washburne trophy. Monday took I third vith , ... " utn. raiht n ' William Rogers, the last of the Con-roy-IJiirrier gang that had headquar ters nt ( linton. Iowa, and that has been broken up in the last year, has been found guilty of murder in the second degree for the killing of Pert Forney, a r.n loonkeeper at Council Bluffs. All live members of the gang are in the penitentiary on leng sen tences, and several have other indict ments hanging over them when they are released. The Sterling Standard says that the last month was a "trying one"' at the Central school in that town, where, out of a total enrollment of 027 pupils but 92 escaped having the mumps. Oscar Palnigren.a Ilurlington brake man, fell from a way car at Cameron Monday night ami his right leg was cut off. Ctdt'brook, III., is wrought up over the disappearance of Robert Young, aged 17, is thought to have become mentally deranged through too close application in the study of electricity. William XetT. chief of the Muscatine volunteer fire department and switch man on the Rock Island road, was in stantly killed last night by being caught in a collision in the yards of that city while standing on the foot board of his engine. H. SHIFFER APPOINTED ASSISTANT AT THE Y. M. C. A. Harry ShitTVr, physical director of the Moline Y. M. C. A., has been called to the position of assistant secretary and also to take charge of the physi cal work of the local Y. M. C. A. Mr. Shifter is a Rock Island man and for a long time has been a member of the Y. M. C. A. here, having always taken an active interest in the gymnasium work A number of times, while a member of the classes here, he was called up on to direct his classmates, and it was while tJoing this that he attracted the attention of the authorities ef Moline. A year ago a physical director was needed in Moline and Mr. ShifTer was called tt: fill the vacancy. Since go ing there he has made for himself an admirable record. It is with much re gret that the association there parts with him. Secretary J. II. Keyser has been au thorized to open up a correspondence with the idea of securing a secretary to take charge of the junior depart ment when the classes commence this fall. Myrloaa Clream.taoo. One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy. Whence the difference? She who is blushing with health uses Dr. King's New Life Pills to maintain it. Dy gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good di gestion and head off constipation. Try them. Only 23 cents, at Ilartz & Ullemeyer's, druggists. KcIIef In One Minute. , One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute, because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane, causing the cough, and at the same time clears the phlegm, draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts. One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs, wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable cases of coughs, colds and croup. One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take, harmless and good alike for joung and old. Sold by all druggists. Hair Vigor A splendid dressing for the hair, keeping it soft and glossy. It prevents splitting at the ends, and curet dandruff. iZtJ.'&c FINISHING ORDER Tri-City Railway Compary at Work on Last of Forty Big Cars at Local Shops. TO MAKE A SMALLER TYPE For Use on the Elm Street and Pros pect Park Lines Work for Outside Partie. Work on the last of the 40 big cars ordered by the directors of the Tri Citv Railway company is under wav in the car shops on Fifth avenue. The big cars are the comfort of the traveling public, and are liner than are found in cities of much larger populatii n than either of the three. au.l will compare favorably with any thing to be seen in the metropolitan centers. Thev are 42 feet long, antl have accommodations for a much lar ger number of passengers than the ordinary ears. They, have already l.een installed on the l'lue and Red lines here, the Third street and loop lines in Davenport, ant! the Dridge sys tem.! These are the lines on which traffic is the heaviest, and it was for them that the new and improved cars have been built. Twelve of the Lig cars are on the floor for completion. None, of these will be used on the Kim street or Prospect Park lines because they aue too large to be serviceable. Rut the company has plans for constructing new smaller cars for these lines, and there is work in sight to keep the shops busy en the company's equip ment for it year to come. Already, outside concerns are making inquiries as to the ability of the company to do outside work. Force of Sixty Men. There is at present a force of 60 men employed at the car shops of the company and the work turnetl out will compare with that manufactured at any other ear manufactory in the country, which speaks well for the enterprise and progressiveness of the local street car company. CUB 3 AND ORPHANS A EE DEFEATED AT BOWLING In last eenings matches in the City Rowling league at the Central alleys the Centrals defeated the Cul-s ind the Orphans the Prospects. Tab ulated scores: CENTRALS. Nicholson 143 136 169 436 Ryder 198 184 191 373 Hampton 182 138 131 471 Mudge 143 136 146 447 Taroox 139 207 157 523 Totals 820, ,'811 794 2464 CURS. "'. Ebbert 163 191 147 501 Avery 134 137 162 433 Johnson 200 143 162 311 Ford 134 133 134 401 Rahn 138 143 154 435 Totals 775 747 759 2281 ' ORPHAN'S. I Schmidt 136 169 177 503; Challgren Ill 179 173 463, (rams 114 102 125 341, Palmbeck 132 152 128 410 j Carlson 148 212 199 539; Totals 660 812 PO? 227S j PROSPECTS. I Reals 141 137 139 417 ! rolrow 124 110 131 365 Cnmpana 136 190 160 506 Rurge?s 116 199 150 465 Tenker 182 164 158 514 Totals 719 800 7SS 2367 Taxen Due. Taxes for the year 1903 are now due. Parties having personal tax and no real estate will be expected to make immediate payment. The statute in regard to the collection of personal propertj- taxes will be strictly enforc ed. Payments made previous to March 25, 1004, will save cost of collection and annoyance. WILLIAM G. PITMAN. Townchip Collector. Office with Eckhart & Buff urn, Room 15, Mitchell & Lynde Bldg. Have Ton Indigestion? If you have indigestion. Kodol Dys pepsia Cure will cure yon. It has ci r ed" thousands. It is curing people every day every hour. You owe it to yourself to give it a trial. You will continue to suffer until you do try it. There is no other combination tu di gestants that digest and rebuild at the same time. Kodol does both. Kodol cures, strengthens and rebuilds. Sold by all druggists. I Th Original. Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy, and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley's Hon ey and Tar many imitations are offer ed for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offered, as no other prepara tion will give the same satisfaction. It is mildly laxative. It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons. We have thousands of testimonial which prove that appendicitis can be prevented by the lit of Holtister's Rocky Mountain Tea, without the knife. 33 cents, tea or tablet form. T. 11. Thomas, Pharmacist. Foley's II oner and Tar it best for croup and whooping cough, contains no opiates, and enres quickly. Care ful mothers keep it in the house. Sold by all drnggUts. LOCAL SVITHIOD LODGE TO EE ORGANIZED HEBE A meeting has been called at Rese lin's hall, 1505 Second, avenue. Friday evening at 8 o'clock for the purpose of organizing a local . bdge f the Order of Svithiod, a Swedish society. Grand Master A. (L Swanson and offi cers of the grand lodge will be pres ent to institute the lodge. Sciatic ItheamatlsiM Ourad L. Wagner, wholesale druggist. Richmond, Ya., says: I had a fear ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was laid up almost two months; was for tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for Rheumatism. This cured me after doctor's prescriptions had failed to have any effect. 1 have also beard of fine results from others who have used it." Sold by Otto Grotjnn. 1501 Second avenue. Rock Island, Gust Schlegel & Son, S3 W1 Second street, Davenport Nearly Forft-ltn Ilia Life. A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ujcer on the leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, HI. For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies. But Bucklen's Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him. Rqually good for burns, bruises, skin erup tions and piles. 25 cents, at llurtz & Ullemeyer's drug store. Mothers can safely give Foley's Honey and Tar to their children for coughs and colds, for it contains no opiates or other poisons. Sold by all druggists. Are You Lazy ? If you would have the happi ness of health, with the elastic step and clear bright skin, set your digestive organs and liver right by using Beecham's Pills Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c. nd 25c. It's Up to You! If? the children havn't been photographed, lately is it not our duty to have it done NOW. They have no voice in the matter. Child lift; is short. Lifelike portraits of the little tots are like goort investments, they Increase in Val ue as time goes on. When j"ou retold and the children get old the pictures will.be priceless. 1822 Third Avenue. Both phones. -0 Ttiese Prices will make yovir Stretch like Rubber Fresh grated Cocoanut, lb. Mustard Sardines, 6 cans.. 18c 25c Jams, assorted flavors, 3 jars 25c Salmon, 2 lb. can Corn Starch, pkg Honey, extracted, pint jar Rutterine. 2 lbs Pancake Flour, 3 pkgs. ... 10c .1c 20e 25c 25c We give prompt service; don't promise goods for morning de livery and hold them till after noon. F. R. Kuschmann, 2207 Fourth Ave. Roth 'phones. JOHN VOLK & CO.. Contractors and Builders. Also manufacturers of Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings, Ve neered and Hard Wood Flooring of All Kinds. Dealers in Single nd Double Strength Window Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled Plate and Art Glass. 311 AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STBEET, EOCK ISLAND. ...T ME WATERSHE Or the Short OVERCOAT In All the New Spring Styles ULLEMEYER STERLING'S New-Spring MAT Groceries High! Coal Pile Low! Work Short! Need Money? We loan you whatever money you need, quickly, pri vately antl' without the removal of the property, on your household furniture, piano, horses, wagons, or other per sonal property. Also loans on plain note to reliable, sal aried employes holding permanent positions. Amounts from $10 upwartlK. Time as long as you need, with the privilege of paving all any time, the cost to you being only for the time you have had the money. Let us quote you our terms suid gixe you further particulars. FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY, Mitchell & LyDd block. Room 88. Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. an .-Saturday evenings. Telephone west 1614 New telephone 6011 See the smoke chamber (A A). All nicotine and dust stop there. The bowl ean be lifted out and the pile cleaned wlHle lighted. Stem can not clog. Smoke all you like with this pipe; it won't upset your nerves or burn your tongue. Made of French briar. You get only pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when using this pipe. We will be pleased to show them to you. . : m m m m m m m m m. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTT I Want a Cough Killer? Hfvrtz & Ullemeyer. Prescription Druggists MHH l I ! M I limiHHiHMmiHWWH ll. I""' W r-L. it i'HA V L .1 it -'. . SIMON LEWIS. LONG.. Are Here See Us! JOHN P. SEXTON, Harper House Block. Rock Island Agent for Paine's Perfect Pipe g A.fc J, - m m m t rTTTTTTTTTTT W TTT" You know when you have a cough you want somfihing that will do good. 9UR RELIABLE WHITE PINE COLTJII SYItUP Is loaded with white pine bark, wild cherry, blood root, sassa frass, spikenard, etc. You know these ingredients will do the business. Acts promptly. Gives "ntant relief. Its a remedy you can rely on. Children cry for it. Pleasant tasting. Better take it at once X PKICE 25 and 50c A BOTTLE. The Best By Test are the wines and liquors which M we handle. Come here and give O us your order and we will guar- antee to till it for you to your h) satisfaction. tft SATISFACTION IN QUALITY, g A3 WELL AS IN til PKICE. Market Sqvisxre. i