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THE AHOXTB. SATOJlHATt, JUL, L7 li)01.
BLUES TAKE A BRACE
Did you attend our sale last week?
It was awfaily hot weather to go oat
shopping. Dai 11 wm pay you, at we
are Belling everything at a big dis-
count to reduce our stock of summer
Til E DISCOUNT WE YVI LL GIVE YOU
10 per cent on all china and
20 per cent on all jewelry, clocks
20 per cent on all hammocks and
Ice cream freezers at rock bottom
4 quart ice cream freezers, clearing
sale price $ 183.
Long bar Castile soap, clearing sale
100 piece fancy decorated dinner
set, clearing sale price 1 6.85.
Win a Close Game From
Decatur The First of
HILTON CLEVES 03 THE SLAB
Striking Out Eight of His Oppo
Played." Woo. Lout. Per Ct.
Cedar Rapids H 4. sr7 .(ah
Hloomlngion 73 41
Terre fa aute 7:i 44 r.i .W3
Rock ford Ti 3d : .fon
Davenport '.h 37 SH .4
Rock Inland 71 M 40 .4SJ
Decatur . 71 4j .0h
EyansTlUe 73 3 60 .315
(1AUEH TOliaY AHOTUHUBRUW.
Decatur at Rock Island.
Terre Haute at Davenport.
Evansville at Cedar Rapids.
Bloomington at Lcckford.
319-321 Twentieth Street.
There's the beet straw hat
value here you ever saw A
good quality hat at a low
grade price. They are iaio
in shapes that are gra efol,
of straw that Is du able.
They will not lose sh por
color, and will alwa; ip a
credit to you and to uf
Toggery 7 hop
1714 Second At roe.
Runs came like the rain comes this
dry weather in yesterday's first of the
series with Decatur. Cheerful pros,
pects were blighted at the last mo
ment by doable plays and sharp nips
at the plate, two of Rock Island's runs
being sprinkled on the lawn, so to
peak, through passed bills by Rol
lins. Clean Melding prevailed on both
sides. Milton pitched his usual
clever game, allowing seven hits, and
Method for the visitors, while appar
ently easy, showed Rock Island some
hard grazing, five hits being all they
could gather. The lattsr's wildncss
was costly and at one time taking him
out of the box was seriously thought
Mullaney was on first and Rebsamen
went back to the field. Tata made
an improvement upon recent work,
touching up a 3 bagger and get
ting two hard chances oat in
left. There were many ladies in the
grandstand and the favorites were
given the glad band. Rooting was
less bloodthirsty than it has been of
Tate smeared in the second for
three and trotted in on a passed ball.
Mullaney broke his bat and was out,
Middleton fanned and Arthur walked
Milton lived on a bad throw from
third and it looked rosy. Then Roth
erinel popped oat. It was in the
fourth that Tate grounded and Mul
laney kept bis eye and walked. Mid
dleton sacrificed him on and Arthur
was alive after Noonan juggled the
ball. After the run was counted on
another passed ball Milton soared to
Burt. II oy was first bp in the eighth
After trying himself out on a high
one in the wrontr direction, be trot
under a low ono to left at an angle of
15 degrees. It went on and on and
Burt backed up against the fence and
tried to push a board o ft. Rut the
wood held and the ball went over and
tioy single-looted around, it was
the highest long drive of the season
Tate, Mullaney and Middleton all
Bow Visitor Hot Aroind.
For the visitors Kiernan was out in
the third, bat Ferner survived and
stole. Middleton made his first error
in several games when Method gave
him a chance and ail were safe. Then
the last batter sneaked off his baso
and while the ball was being passed
Ferner scored. Bart fouled to Arthur,
who doubled on Method' at second.
In the ninth it looked rather scaly
for a time. With two needed to tie
the score Method hit and Bidger
walked. Bart tried to bant and died
in the attempt, and Connolly forced
Badger at second. Rollins brought
in a tally with a hit that was clean,
but Tease forced him out as second.
fielding in light was a feature. Score:
Cedar Rapids .1 0310322 -12
Evsnsvllle 2 0000001 03
Batteries McFarland and Weaver,
Haley and Roth. Hits Cedar Rap
ids IS, Evans vllle 8 Errors Cedar
Rapids 1. Evans ville 11.
Better fielding by the visitors won.
The running catches of Carter and
Richardson were features. Score:
Davenport.... 1 2012000 17
Terre lUute..2 0131200 09
Batteries Weihrauch and Shannon,
Brown, Brady and Starnagle. Hits
Davenport 11, Terre Hante 9. Er
rors Davenport 3, Terre Haute 2.
Notf of the Dltaood.
Bloomington comes next, opening
Tuesday. Then Evsnsvllle comes.
Schrader, fotmerly with Rock
Island, played in left field for Daven
port yesterday, putting up a credita
Don't knock daring the progress of
Never roast a man in a Rock
Island uniform. Cheer him np while
the game is in progress. Do your
Don't criticise a player for sacrific
ing. Remember be is under orders.
That is the scientific way to play the
Rothermel yesterday displayed
some of the spirit that was seen in
him when he was one of the Rock
Island star players in 1899 participat
ing in two doubles and directing a
snappy movement in which Arthur,
Milton and himself had a hand,
which, while catching a runner at
second was done so quickly as to pre
vent a man on third getting home.
Wilkinson's coaching was a feature
Mike Birmingham. Davenport's
first baseman, is back in the game
after an illness.
Graham, late of Omaha, recently
signed, as heretofore announced, will
In tha Other Mafoei.
Chicago, .Tuly '27. Yesterday Natlnn
a Leugtir Hiiln re-onlrd tho following
firorm lit biiKP ball: At St. Ixmis
IMttsburs 7. St. Ioiii VJ; nt New York
Ii,ston 4. New York 'A: nt Chicago
Cincinnati L Chicago 5; nt Philadel
phia Wot grounds.
American Imikuc: At Milwnuker
Uoston 4. Milwaukee at Chicago
Washington 1. Chicago '2: at Cleveland
Baltimore . Cleveland 1; nt Detroit
Western Association: At Columbus
Toledo r. Columbus 3: at Day-ton .
Marion Dayton 1; at (Jrand Kapitls
Fort Wayne 5. Grand itaplds 4; at
M uncle Wheeling 4. Matthews 10.
TO ASKfl.W.TO COME
Business Men of the Three Cities
Unite in a Railroad
COMMITTEE TO CALL ON OiriOIALS
General Gossip of the Railroads
Gathered About Depots
of the Town.
There is a movement on foot among
the business men of the tri-clties
looking to concerted action in an effort
to induce the Northwestern road to
cone here if it has not already made
arrangements to do so. The move
was started by Rock Island men, but
it has met with unqualibed favor in
both Moline and Davenport.
Recent rumors in regard to the ac
quisition of track rights over tho D.,
R. I. & N. W. by the Northwestern,
while plausible, have not been as def
inite as could be wished, and at the
same time they have .revived an ap
preciation of the possibilities involved
ia a connection wth that very well
A trip to Chicago by a joint com
mitteo representing tho three town
will probably bo made during the
next few weeks for the purpose of as
certaining the sentiment of the rffi
cors of the road in regard to the mat
ter. Rock Iilmd Note.
PORT BYRON MAIL ROUTE
IS TO BE STARTED OCT. I
Th new rural mail route to run
oat of Tort Byron is to ba 24j miles
long and S. J. Allen has been named
as carrier at a salary of $500, with
Charles Zeigler as substitute car
rier. Each is required to give $500
bonds. It is probable that the free
delivery will be inaugurated with the
beginning of the quarter. Dot. 1. It
is two years since this route was pe
titioned for, dating from October,
The route as mapped out will be as
follows: It will commence at Steven
son's crossing, cast of town, R ti.
Hollister's being the firBt place on the
route where mail will be delivered.
The carrier will then go east to James
Guinn's. sonth to Jere PearsaH's,
west on the road passing the Port
Byron creamery to William MeRob
erts', south to George Biehlmier's.
west tc Hugh McCall's. south one
mile, west one mile, southeast to
Charles Filbert's, west on the road
passing Sylvester Da ley's creamery
and Charles Brennan's place and
theoce to Port Bjron.
Mr. Jones came home at an unseemly
liour the other night and was surprised
to see Mrs. Jones Kitting up for bim
below stairs, with no other light than
that of the gas lamp, which faced the
door, to keep her company.
M-M-Mgle." he said huskily, "y-you
shouldn't eft up e'late when I'm out ou
As Mrs. Jones did not answer him, bo
continued In on alarmed voice:
"Shorry, m'dear, but It's last time-
tell you I'm sorry won't shpeak to
At this moment Mrs. Jones called
from above stairs:
"Mr. Jones, who are you talking to
at this hour of the night?"
"Thash what I'd like to know
m-m-myself," stammered Jones.
Mrs Jones hastened down 6talrs,
lamp in band. When she saw the sit
uation, she. laughed in ipite of being
Ifs the model," she said "the mod
el I ttotigbt today to fit my dresses on."
"Yes, thash so," said Jones tlpslly.
"Model woman didn't talk back make
some fellow good wife." Londou Tit-Bits.
Brakeman Eary has gone to
rinia. where two of his brothers
killed in a railroad wreck
The families of Conductor M. F.
Archer, Brakeman Ki Sexton and
Brakeman Yonkin have recently re
moved from this city to Moline
Brakeman Cassidy and Conductors
Burnett and W. Strawhorn have late
ly installed telephones at their Rock
The big 8-diive wheel m. untain
climbers for use on the high hills of
Colorado were at Hawthorn yard on
their way west this morning.
Engineers Beesc, of Valley Junc
tion, and P. B&rnhart, of Davenport,
have been st up from switch engines
to extra road work out of the Haw
Engineer J. Qainlan is doing extra
passonger work at Newton.
Firemen C Kofer, F. Kelly. R
Thorpe, K. Hlnman and Harley Giif-
tin laid off during the week on account
of the heat. All the engine men suf
fered greatly, although there were no
C. Parker has been transferred from
brakeman to fireman.
Conductor Kider and Eogineer F.
Means laid off during the week.
Those who have recently reported
are Engineer fc. Jrevulyan and fire
men W. Coyne, W. E. Hoare, W.
Leonard, G. Weyrauch, A. Nelson
and F. Guldner.
Two of the old D.. R. I and N. W.
engines, the 20 and 22. were hauled
south during the week. Ibey bad
been purchased by former Manager
E. E. Hughes, overhauled by the
Davenport Foundry and Machine
company, and lettered "O. & C. C."
Tbey will be used on the new road
of which Mr.
Nature's Wt-Sm Diet List Below
Ileal lb Kegaloed via Food.
A man may try all sorts of drugs to
help him to get well, but after all the
f jod cure" is the method intended
Anyone can prove tbe efficacy of the
food cure bv making: ase of the fol
lowing breakfast each morning for
fifteen or twenty days:
A dish containing not more than
four heaping teaspoonfuls of Grape-
jnuis, enourn roou, ricn cream to ro
with them, some raw or cooked frutc.
not more than two slices of entire
wheat bread, and not more than one
cup of Postum Food C -ffee, to be
sipped, not drank hurriedly. Let
this suttice for the breakfast.
Let one meal in the day consist of
an abundance of good meat, potato
and one other vegetable.
Too method will quickly prove the
value of the selection of the right
kind of food to rebuild the body and
replace the lost tissue which is de
stroyed every day and must ba made
up, or disease of 6ome sort enters in.
This is an ase of specialists, and the
above suggestions are civoa bv a
specialist in food values, dietetics
White Man Turned Yellow.
Great consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A. 11 garty, of Lexing
ton. Ky., when they saw be was turn
ing yellow. His skin blowlv changed
color, also bis eyes, and he suffered
terribly. His maladv was yellow
jaundice. He was treated by the
best doctors, but without' benefit.
Then be was advised to try Electric
Bitters, the wonderful stomach and
liver remedy, and he writes: "After
taking two bottles I was who'ly
cared." A trial proves its matchless
merit lor all stomach, liver and kid
ney troubles. Only 50 cents. Sold
liarlz & L'llemeycr, druggists.
There's a lot of girls who havo repu
tations as Leautios. lneir loveiicees
is caused by good health, brought
about by taking Ro.-kv Mountain Tea
made by Madison Medicine company
35 cents. T. II. Tnomas' pharmacy.
AS SAFE AS
Hughes is tho head in
It is expected that the track- of GOVERNM ENT BONDS.
the D-, U. I. ot N. W. in tho I
For any function whether
formal or modest, you'll find
Math's Ice' Cream just the
thing. It is a delicate bit
for refreshment, elegant
enough to be used on the
greatest occasion and you can
afford it for little home par
ties. Let as have an order.
Our Ico Cream Is Strictly High
Grade, Puro and Delicious.
Try onr Yankee and Sultana
roll. It's a winner. Don't
forget that wc are leaders in
everything that a first-class
bakery and confectionery
turns oat. Physicians rec
ommend oar whole wheat
bread for the sick, why won't
it be good for the healthy ?
it is made by as only
f roTi the Purina Health Floor.
K H. r. A. K.
Rothermel, 2b 0 0 5 1 0
Owens, 3b 0 0 1 0 0
Rebsamen, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Hoy, cf 1110 0
Tate, If, p : I 1 2 0 0
Mullaney, lb 1 0 5 1 0
Middleton. ss 0 0 3 4 1
Arthur, c 0 2 10 5 0
Milton, p 0 1 0 1 0
Badger, lb 0
Bart, If 0
5 27 12 1
I Kollins, c. . . ,
Pease, ss . . . .
Kiernan, 2b. .
Ferner, rf . . .
2 7 21 11 1
Tours for blgh grade,
Frani J. Hath.
Formerly Krell Math,
rhons 115S. mt.1711 Secoad Jy.
Score by innings:
Rock Island ...0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
Decatur 0 0 1 00000
Th ree-base hit Tate. Home
Hoy. Stolen bases Rothermel,
rerner (2). Method. Double plays
Middleton-Rothermel (2), Kiernan
Badger (2). Bases on balls off Mil
ton 2, off Method 6. Struck out by
Milton 8, by Method 2. Passed ball
Rollins. Time of game 1:30. Um
A Beck ford.
The Rockford-Bloomington game
was postponed on account of Buffa
lo Bill's show. Two games will ba
At Oadar Baplds.
Good batting bv the heme team
and rural fieldin? bv the visitors
gave the leaders a victory. Price's
The Odd Shllllna-a.
There is very little difference b
tween a pound and a guinea; only a
shilling, and yet the keen l.iiRlness man
Insists that the shilling shall be consid
ered. After Thackeray's series of lec
tures on the Xour Georges bad been
delivered In London. Willert Beale.
says that be called upon the novelist
In Onslow square with a check for
"What's this, W. B.?" cried Thack
eray, reading the check, "rounds?
Our agreement . pays guineas, and
guineas It must be."
"You are aware that the lectures so
far bare Involved very heavy losses."
said Bcale apologetically.
"That's not my affair," said Thack-.
eray. "I don't know what occult
means you have to protect j-ourself
from loss. Guineas, W. It.! Guineas
it must be. and nothing else. I must
have the shillings."
And the shillings were sent blm immediately.
Summer complaint is unusually
prevalent among children this season.
A well developed case in the writer's
family was cured last week by the
timely use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one
of the best patent medicines manu
factured and which is always kept on
hand at tbe home of ye scribe. This
is not intended as a free puff for the
company, who do not advertise with
as. but to benefit the little sufferers
who may not be within easy access of
a physician. No family should be
without a bottle of this medicine in
the house, especially in summer time.
Lansing, Iowa, Journal. For sale
by all druggists.
barned district in Driven part wiil bo
repaired by this ovening so that the
Q. and Milwaukee trains can again
make use ot them.
A railroad man is authority for the
tatement that the bid of "Flick &
Johnson had been accepted bv the
Milwaukee for the building r f the cut
off and that they were ready to begin
operations as oon as they received
word from tbe company. He sug
gested that the hot wea her making
the ground so dry and hrd might
havo something to do with causing
tbo delay, as Flick & Johnson ceased
operations on the Perlce cut-off for
this reason. This report, however,
lacks official confirmation. Musca
Fireman J. D. Gippert is on the
Fireman L. M. Elliott is sick and
John Mertz is on the East Moline
Instead of removing its main line
terminal and divisional quarters from
Galesburg when it became cramped
for room, the Burlington has pur
chased 14 acres of additional land and
will enlarge its yards and put in a
new round house. There is an evi
dence of loyalty to a good town.
We Desire to Call Attention to the
Fact that We have Con
stantly on Hand
First Mortgage Loans
in sums oi f juu and upwards, on
farms and other choice real estate,
running five years.
The following is a partial list of
completed urst Mortgage loans on
band, which we now offer for salo,
subj .-ct to previous selections. These
loans have been carefully selected,
and are lirst-class in every respect.
They are 5 and 5 per cent net to the
livestor. Wo have other loans to I
offer if these are not in amounts to
suit the investor.
Speclat $1.25 for
Ladies' Fine Dongola
Oxfords and Fedoras,
Hand Turned and McKay sewed, black and tan, worth
from 1 35 to f 1.65, all go at one price,
Misses' and Children's Tan Shoes at 50c, 75c, 85c and 98c.
Central Shoe Storo. 1712 Second Avenue
Out of Reach.
There is plenty of money in the
country, but the difficulty is that most
of it is out of your reach. We aim to
put money where yoa can get at it.
We aim to connect you with the
money you need. Wo do it by giving
yoa a loan on chattel security furni
ture, piano, horses, wagons, Hvo
stock, etc. It's a business transac
tion and entirely confidential. You
retain possession cf the property and
can hvea loan arranged on short no
tice. Any amount from $10 upwards.
We guarantee tbe loan shall be han
dled to your entire pleasure. It will
be a satisfactory transaction through
out.. Let as explain it to yoa.
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I bad four teeth extracted positively patnlevt. I cheerfully recommend to the
public that the doctor's anaesthetic Is perfectly harmless for elderly people a well
the young. T. O. Felts. M D
I had six teeth extracted without pain. The doctor Is very careful .n his ex
tracting. I recommend bim blshly. O. V. Donald, 107 Fourth avenue.
Don 't hurt a bit. I had 15 teeth extracted absolutely without pain. Mrs. W H.
Wise. Kt.i Fourteenth street.
1 had elpht teeth crowned with pold and Ave cold filllncrs. AU work was abso
lutely painless. Miu Agnes Henrendahl, 559 Twenty-sixth street.
At one sittlngl had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My tumi were not sore at
all. Mm. Martin Jacobson. 41 Seventh avenue.
My face was badly swollen from an uloerated tooth. They extraoted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, 3r7 Third street and Fifth avenue.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK TER
CROWNS $2,50 nd up
FILLING $1.00 an P
Teeth Extraoted Free Whe Plates are Ordered.
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth Street and! Third Avenue.
S. W. BOB! mow, PraUdentj I O. Mcroos, Vloe President H. E. Caixsbl, Oasbisr
cMral Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department
Which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company
we act as executor of and trustee undor Wills. Administrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial agent for
ion-residents, women, invalids and others.
A mount of
Xo. oj Acre.
fir Catk Vnltu
31 V 00
July 26 William B. Frysinger
jiarry i. rrysinger, part nwj '3.
Rebecca and Thomas Sloan l Wil
liam S. Sloan, und o part S3 16, iw,
tract in swj 31, 16, 4w, $3 400.
The securities we offer are especially
aoaptea lor me lavestment or trust funds.
and the investment ot savtnK. as our personal
attention to ail details of tnc loan, from Its
date to its maturity, relieves the Investor
froji ail annoyance, except to present bis
roqpon to us for njllention. For further in
formation coil at the olBce of
Elmore W. Hurst,
A boon to travelers. Dr. Fowler's
Extraot of Wild Strawberry. Cures
dysentery, diarrhoea, seasickness,
nausea Pleasant to take. Perfectly
The Best Liniment for Strains.
r. II. Wells, the merchant at
Deer Tark, Long Island. N. Y., pays:
"I always recommend Chamberlain's
Pain Balm as the best liniment for
strains. I used it last winter for se
vere lameness in the side, resulting
from a strain, and was greatly pleased
with tbe quick relief and euro it ef
fected." For Dale by all druggists.
PEORIA. I LI-
What a man
must wake op
lacks In bis bead be
In his legs. Atchison
Ten thousand demons gnawing
away at one a vuais con Id n 'l be much
worse than the tortures of itching
piles. Yet there's a cure. Doan's
Ointment never fails.
Beautiful and Useful.
A cooling and attractive
adornment for a summer
lawn is one of our Automatic
Sprinklers. Turn on tho
water it does the rest. Tbe
lawn is better for it, and it
looks well; not a bit expen
sive, bat an economical investment.
The Heated Term.
Why do you roast and fret
and lose your health and tem
per over the kitchen range
when you can keep neat,
cool and comfortable with a
JEWEL GASOLINE STOVEF
Cooking becoruos a pleasure
and housework a delight to
the housewife who has one
of our JEWEL GASOLINE
NOWTHI HOME OP
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
Opposite Harper House.
182 x Second Avenu