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TiiH THDnSDAT. AUGUST lOOl..
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE.
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K. L AN. W. paaaenger sta
tion at foot of Serententh
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
bunae and point north run
Tla Tlllnela aide of river. Trains for Freeport
and Milwaukee wUI run Tla Davenport, Clin
ton and Savanna
All trains wUI connect at Savanna for points
cast and west.
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Dubuque and St. Paul I
Paawenrer 725 am! 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul
PameoKer 4:00 pmi 9:15 pm
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AU trains dally except Sunday.
TfOCK ISLAND A PEORIA
Kallwsy Depot Fliat ave
nae and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson. General Paasea
frer Agent. Pansenger trains
save C R. L P. (Mo
line avenue) depot Ova (5)
minutes earlier tbaa time
given. K. I. Goff, Agent.
LiATi. ) aaaivs
Peoria tt Springfield Uni
ted 5:10 am
Peoria. Sptlngneld. Lt. I,
Indianapolis. Cincinnati . .
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Trams marked are daily. All others dally
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, I
Rock 11 and County, f
In the Circuit court of said County, to the
September term. A. U. 1W1. In chancery.
Ella Oberg vs. Martin Oberg.
Affidavit of the unknown residence of
the said Martlo Obrrif. defendaant above
Banned, having been filed In the clerk's office
of tbo circuit court of the said county,
notice la hereby given to the said
Martin Oberg. defendant a aforesaid, that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint In
aald court, on the chancery side there
of, on the 2?tb day of March. A.
1, IKOl, and that thereupon a summons
issued out of said eonrt wherein said suit
is now pending. returnb.e to the raid court In
the city of iCock Island, county aforesaid, on
the fitb dav of May, A. D. 1301. which wn the
first day of the May term. A. D 1101 . of said
court, as la by law required, and that aald
cause baa been continued to the September
term of aanl court, to be holden in the city of
Kock Island. runty aforesaid, on the third
Monday of September, A. D. 1 201.
Now, nolens you. the said Martin Oberg,
unlpown resident defendant shall personally
be and appear before the said circuit
-ourt. on the first day of the next
September term thereof, holden at Rock Is
land, in and for said county, on the third Mon
day of September next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the matters and
things therein charged and stated, will be
taken aa confessed and a decree entered
acainst you aooordlng to the prayer of aald
hill. GmfiRt.r. W. Gamblb. Circuit Clerk
HcExiit A McEsi I rt, Complainant's Solici
tors. Rock Island, HI.. Maroh 27, 1901.
State of Illinois I
Rock Island County. (
la the Circuit Court of said county, to the
September term. a. D-. 19UL In chancery.
Alexander McConnelL complainant, vs. Jo
seph Sims, the unknown heirs or devisees of
Joseph blms deceased, and the unknown
owner or owners of the north twenty-six
and two-thlrtfs (MS) acres of the east half
(tt) of the southwest quarter (H) of section
number 15 !? i and the north thirteen and
one-tbird (13 ,) acres of the east half (H) of
the west hlf (S) of aaid southweat quarter
(H) of bald section fifteen I5). la township
number sixteen (Iri) north range number
(3) west of the fourth (4th principal merid
ian, in the county of Hock Island and state
o( Illinois, or any part thereof, defendants.
To the above named non resident defend
ants and each of them:
A ffidavtt of your non residence having been
filed in the office of the clerk of said circuit
court, notice is hereby given to you, and to
each of you. that the above named complain
ant has filed In said court his bill of complaint
against you on the chancery side of aald
court, that a summons In chancery has been
Issued in ssid cause against you. returnable to
the next September term of said court, to be
begun and holden at the our bouse In the
city of Kock Island, in said county and state,
beginning on the third Monday In September.
A. D., llfcJl, at which time and place you will
appear and plead, answer or demur to said
bill of complaint if you see fit.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this lSlh day
of July, A. IX, 11 1.
Gbort.s W. Gamblb,
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Swesxet A Walk.br, Complainant's Solid
Estate of Amanda W. Buffum, deceased.
The undersigned oaring neon appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Amanda W. Buf
fum. late of the county of Kock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
will appear before the county court of Rook
I.iland county, at the county court room. In
the city of Rock Island, at the October term,
on the first Monday In October next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to U.e
Dated this 26th flay of July, A. D.1901.
A. A. Bcrrctf, Adminisusto
319-321 Twentieth Street.
Bargains all This Week.
An eight day kitchen clock,
strikes the hoar and half
honr, fancj wood case, each
one guaranteed 2,85
A large fancj enameled iron case with
gilt trimmiogs, with an eight daj
time and strike, movement strikes
on a gong, each one gaaran- v
Nickel alarm clock C2c
Gent's gun metal watches, stem
wind and set movement, they
are beauties, only 1.35
Gent's gold filled hunting case watch
Hampden movement, stem wind.
Just the thing to go to see your
best girl with. Kach one
guaranteed .. : 8,75
We have just unpacked one of the
finest lines of parlor lamps ever seen
in this part of the country. They
are all the very latest designs, direct
from the factory. Step in and have
a look at them when you are down
CASH PAID FOR OLD
GOLD AND SILVER.
Don't You Like it?
We want you to see the fall
shapes We think one of
them will just suit you both
in shade and in height.
They've Graceful Brims.
Well Formed Crowns, and
we think will please you in
every particular. Call and
see them at
1714 Second Avenue.
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 '
enoagh to bo used on the
greatest occasion and you can
afford it for little home par
ties. Let us have an order.
Our Ice Cream Is Strictly High
Grade, Pure and De
licious. Try onr Yankee and Sultana
roil. It's a winner. Don't
forget that we are leaders In
everything that a first-class
bakery and confectionery
tarns oat. Physicians rec
ommend onr whole wheat
; bread for the sick, why won't
It be good for the healthy P
It is made by us only
from the Furina Health Flour.
Tours for high grade,
Formerly Krell & Math,
rhorns 1155. 17U-171S Secosi ire.
Just lie Tfimn
SEASON HEARS END
Only Four More Championship
Games to be Seen on the
Local Diamond. .
E0OZT0ED IS AGAIN A WINNEB
Locals Back Home to Meet Ce
dar RapidsScores of
. Played. Won. Lost. Per Ct.
Terra Haute 101 fli 37 .&u
Cedar Rapids 104 M 40
Bloumlngton 104 fli . 4i
Rook ford 10-." M 49 .5J0
Davenport 10X' 40 f7 .447
EvaoavUle 102 41 AO .412
Kock Island 10- 41 M .402
Decatur lOi 3 64 ,3A
Cedar Rapids at Kock Island.
Davenport at Bockford.
. Bloomington at Decatur.
Terre Haute at Evansville.
Only four more championship
games are to be seen on the Kock Is
land diamond this season. The first
one is on this afternoon with Cedar
Rapids. The lowans are here tomor
row also. The two other contests on
the local grounds are with the Rock
ford club, which is to be here Sept. 4
and 5. The season, as is known,
closes the 8th of next month with
Rock Island at Cedar Rmpids.
The Rock Island team returned this
morning from Rockford, where both
games were lost. Yesterday the Rock
lords had their batting clothes on,
and made five hits and three
tallies in the last three innings.
Both sides made complaints on Um
pire Vorls' decisions, and Capt. Shaf
fer, of Rockford, was sent to the
bench, making necessary a snift in
the positions of his players. The
ic. n. r. a. r
Moriarlty, 3b 0 0 3 2 1
Middleton. ss 1 1 0 1 2
Kebsamen, rf 0 3 1 1 0
Tate, 2b 0 1 1 1 0
Hoy. If 0 0 1 0 0
Mullaney. lb 0 1 8 1 0
Hopkins, cf 0' 0 2 0 0
Arthur, e 1 1 8 1 1
Grahani. p 1 0 0 2 0
Mlltcn. p 0 10 0 0
Total 3 8 24 9 4
R. II P. A K
Shaffer, lb 0 0 10 0
Conklin, rf ,-T. . . 1 3 2 0 0
Hanford. lbo 0 1 10 0 0
Jones. If 0 02 0 1
Owens, cf 0 0 0 0 0
Sears, 2b 0 1 0 2 0
Ferris, ss 0 0 3 1 1
Pattison, Sb 1 0 1 1 0
Thtery.cfc 118 10
Faston, p 2 2 0.6 0
Total ... 6 8 27 11 2
Bock Island ...0 0101000 13
Rockford 0 01001 12 5
Bases on balls off Graham, 6; off
Milton, 1; off Kaston, 1. Two-base
hits Kaston, Sears, Rebsamin.
Three-bate hit Thiery. Struck out
by Easton, 7; by Graham, 8. Fassed
balls Thiery 1; Arthur, 1. Wild
pitch Easton. Stolen base Ferris.
Sacrifice hits Hanford. Jones, Mor
iarlty. Time 1:35. Umpire Voris.
At Terrs Hsota,
Terre Haute took a tighter hold on
the pennant by winning again from
Bloomington by timely hitting. The
Terre Haute... 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 5
Bloomington... 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 03
Batteries Brown and St.trnagle
McGreevy and Belt. Hits Terre
Uante 6, Bloomington 6. Errors
Terre Haute 2, Bloomington 2.
The parlor city players again shut
out their Hawkeye brethren before a
large crowd. The two winning runs
resulted from two consecutive hits
and a wild piteh. The rest of the
game the teams sawed wood with
equal diligence. The score:
Davenport 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Cedar Rapids... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02
Batteries Stauffer and .Shannon,
Dahlquist and Weaver. Hits Daven
port 3, Cedar Rapids 3. Errors
Davenport 3, Cedar Rapids 4.
Dorner's fine pitching was too much
for Evansville, which .made only fonr
hits. The score:
Decatur 0 0 0 5 0 3 0 2 10
Evansville ....1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 02
batteries Dorner and Wilkinson,
Haley and Roth. Hits Decatur 10.
Evansville 4. Errors Decatur 4.
Evansville 5. ,
Baseball Bsfore the Karro.
Al Mauck, who has umpired in this
city for the teams of the Three-I
league, and in 1894 pitched for Rock
Island, has repeatedly refused to be
come sole possessor of one of the
finest farms in Indiana if he would
give up baseball. The game has more
fascination for him than farming, so
he has refused the offer.
Mauck's career as a baseball player
dates back for years. Several yesrs
ago be was with the St. Louis team
of tbo National league. He was a
pitcher and spent a fairly successful
season in the big league company.
From the ma jar league' he drifted
from one minor organization to an
other and was In Das Moines with the
Western league team some time last
From ths Western he (went home
and his father was overjoyed, think'
Ing that at last his son was through
wiih the game. He thought of giviug
him a fine farm, but wisely decided
that he would wait a year or two be
fore deeding over the property.
Several weeks ago he was surprised
to bear that his boy was going to
leave home and follow tne game as an
umpire. Again the offer was made
ana again it wasrexusea. xneiascma
tion of the game was more than the
former pitcher could stand, and he
longed to get back where he could see
and take some part in me game every
day. So when he accepted President
Sexton's offer he missed an opportu
nity to become a well nxea farmer on
the rich lands of Gibson county. The
father plead, but to no avail. Back
to the game the son went.
A few years ago Mauck married one
cf the first young ladies in the town
of Princoton. His father hoped then
that he would give up baseball, but
when spring came be left home and
spent the season pitching in the
Western league. The umpire has
been playing ball since he was 19
years old and he Is now well along to
Motes OjT the Diamond.
See all the home games.
Tate has been covering second bate
and Hoy the left suburb the past two
The Bloomington Pantagraph says
oi Catcher t rank Kotn. oi .hvansviiie:
Thus far. Roth has put 21 home run
drives out of the lot on the Evansville
diamond. The balance of the 33 have
been made while the team was on the
trip. He stings the ball hard and his
batting average for the season will be
well up toward the 400 mark. Roth
first played with the Spaldings in Chi
cago and then went with the Mar
qnettes for several seasons. In 1899
he went into league ball for the first
time with Manistee. Mich., and the
following year caught for Sioux City,
of the Western league. At the open
ing of the present season he was
signed by Manager Hubbard, of
Lou G. Eddy, secretary of the Rock
Island club, a most genial gentleman
and a 32d degree fan, is with the visi
tors on this trip. -Mr. Eddy, who
owns a prosperous tobacco business
in Rock Island, has been identified
with baseball in his town for a num
ber of years, and has done much to
make it a success there. Bockford
The meeting of minor league presi
dents that President Sexton, of the
Three-I, has been agitating, has been
finally called for 'Jhursday of next
weetc at the Leland hotel, in Chicago.
The purpose is to endeavor to agreo
on some legislation that will protect
against contract-jumping and raiding
on players by the national league.
In the Other Ieaaues.
Chicago. Aug. 29. Scores at base
bnll yesterday made by League clubs
were as follows: At Brooklyn Bos
ton 1, Brooklyn 5; at Pittsburg St
IjouIm 0. Pittsburg 7: at Philadelphia
New York 4. Philadelphia 13: at Chi
cago Cincinnati 4, jhk-ugo 3.
American League: At Washington
Cleveland 1. Wasblqton 4; (second
game) Cleveland 7, .Washington 4; at
Baltimore Milwaukee lO. Baltimore
fi: at Boston Detroit 4. Boston 2: at
Philadelphia Chicago 3, Philadelphia
Western Association: At Mnncie
Columbus 4. Matthews 4 thirteen in
niugs. postponed; at irand llapids
Dayton O. J rami ICanids r: at Mar'on
Wheeling 14, Marlon V,; (second
game) Wheeling 12. Marion 6; at To
ledo Fort Wayne 5, Toledo 1.
i LOCAL OIL COMPANY
The subscribers to the stock of the
Tri-Ci'ty Oil company of Beaumont,
Texas, and Rock Island, held a meet
ing last evenlngat the ofiice of Justice
O E. Cramer. A board of nine di
rectors were elected and empowered to
elect theexecntive officers from among
their number. The company in to be
incorporated under the laws of Texas,
and boring will be begun in about two
The directors chosen are: () E
Cramer, M. II. Sexton, Dr. J. W.
Stewart and C. E. Adams, of this city;
C. J. Eastman, of Beanmont; A. H
Kohler, of Moline; II. B. Betty, E J
Sommers and D. F. Letts, of Daven
port. Organization was effected hj
the election oi tne following omcers
President H. B. Betty. Davenport
Vice President M. H. Sexton, Bock
Secretary O. E. Cramer, Rock Is
land. Treasurer C. E. Adams, Rock Is.
The People's National bank was
selected as depository.
A Cora for Cholera, Infantum.
"Last May," says Mrs. Curtis
Bsker, of Bookwalter, Ohio, "an in
fant child of our neighbor's was suf
fering from cholera infantum. The
doctor had given up all hopes of re
covery. I took a bottle of Chamber'
Iain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhira
Remedy to the house, telling them I
felt sure it would do good if used ac
cording to directions. In two days'
time the child had fully recovered,
and is now (nearly a year since) a
vigorous, healthy girl. I have rec
ommended this remedy frequently
and have never known it to fail in
any single instance." For sale by all
"I bad a running, itching sore on
m7 Suffered 'tortures. Doan's
Ointment took away tho burning and
itching instantly and quickly effected
Eerroanent cure." C. W. Lenhart,
owling Green, Ohio.
If day could be night and night
could be day, if smiles could be ttars
and tears could be smiles, something
might do yon as much good as Rocky
Mountain Tea. T. H. Thomas' phar
macy.. , i
MOIIEY FOB MILITIA
350,980 of Congressional Appro
priation Allotted to Illinois
by War Department.
GUARD . IS TO BE REOEGABJZED
One Proposition is to Establish a
National Military Re
serve. Illinois was allotted 150,980 yester
day for maintaining its militia. This
allotment was made by the secretary
of war out of the $1,000 000 appro
priated by congress at its last ses
sion for this purpose. It is practi
cally double the amount that was
given the state last year and. in fact,
nearly every state will receive twice
as much money this year for the pur
pose of maintaining its militia organ
ization than it did last year.
Only two other states in the union
New York, which is given $76 470.
and Pennsylvania, which will get
$67,973 receive a larger amount
than Illinois. To ex-Representative
Marsh, of Illinois, more than to any
other person belongs the credit for
increasing the standing appropria
tion for tho use cf the citizen sol
diery. It will be remembered that Col.
Marsh, who was chairman of the
house militia committee, made a
strong effort to have the amount in
creased to $2,000,000, but inasmuch
as the appropriations made by the last
congress were so large, Speaker Hen
derson and some of the other leaders
were opposed to making the amount
$2,000,000. and Marsh and his asso
ciates on the committee were forced
to be satisfied with an appropriation
of $1,000 000.
Had leal Change Contemplated.
Plans of the war department for
the National Guard next year contem
plate a radical measure. Assistant
Secretary Sanger, who has had charge
of the reestablishing of the National
Guard on lines which will make it of
use in time of war. has about aband
oned the idea that he can do anything
with the guard as it stands at pres
ent. Secretary Root will make some
important suggestions in his annual
report, and is quite likely to adopt
the plan which Mr. Sanger at present
is understood to favor.
One proposition is to establish a na
tional military reserve which will be
entirely distinct from the state mili
tia and whicli shall have the encour
agement and assi&tance of the war de
partment. It has even been suggest
ed that the reserve be made up of a
regiment from each congressional dis
trict, making a large army in itself
and ono likely to bo of great service
to the government when it becomes
necessary to augment the regular mil
itary force of the country.
It is doubtful, of course, if the re
serve force would bo of such great
numerical etrcnglh as is represented
by a regiment in every congressional
district, but there is no doubt that
several regiments of reserves could
be formed in each of the larger states.
Army ofiice rs would be detailed as in
spectors and lecturers, while non
commissioned officers two. perhaps,
for each regiment would act as drill
masters. Such an organization of
national character under the control
of the governmental authorities would
lend itself easily to the plan of mili
tary education which Secretary Root
has in contemplation In the school he
proposes to establish at Fort Leaven
worth. YOU EMPLOY AN EXPERT
In Food Selection When Yon Kat O rape
Not, the Moat Perfectly Hade Food
for Hnman Use To Keep Food Crltp.
A novel way of opening a package
o! food Is shown on the Grape-nuts
package, where a line indicates that a
slit should be made with a knife, and
the package squeezed, which makes
it gap enough to pour out what is
needed for a meal, then the package
automatically cloees, preserving the
cjnten's from the moisture of the air.
As a rule, Grape-Nuts packages are
not kept on hand very long in any
fanily, but it is well to know how to
keep the contents of the package in
prime condition. Grape-Nuts Food is
ready cooked, very crisp, and can be
served immediately with a little good
cream or milk. This feature is of
great advantage to those who appre
ciate ease and convenience in prepar
Notice to the I'nblle.
Having added coal to onr ice bus!
ness we are now prepared to make
you a close price on any coal yon may
wish. We keep you cool in summer,
warm and comfortable in winter.
Call now and engage your winter's
supply of hard and soft coal. Lowest
prices guaranteed. Ask' ns about a
coal that will keep your flues clean in
stoves or furnaces.
Union Ice and Coal Co.
C. A Schokssel, Manager.
To Have Her ChUd.
From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
Nannie Galleger, of La Grande, Ga.,
applied Bucklln'a Arnica Salve to
great tores on her head and face, and
writes its quick cure exceeded all ber
hopes. It works wonders in sores,
bruises, skin eruptions, cuts, burns,
scalds and piles. Cure guaranteed
by Harts & Ullmeyer'a drug store.
Bodily pain lotes its terror if you've
a bottle oi ire. J. nomas' t-ciectric un
in the bouse. Instant relief in cases
of burns, cuts, sprains, accidents of
A t Schneider's
Central Shoo Store,
The Bogie Man.
The bogie man is often the collector
IXEXjITT LOCUST CO,
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8 a. m to
6 p. m., and' Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514.
If You Want Your Teeth Extracted Absolutely
FREE OF CHARGE
- - When Plate Is Ordered Go to the - -
Gold Crown Dental Parlors
"Don't hurt a bit," so says Mrs. W. H. Wise
of S23 Fourteenth street. Hundreds of testi
monials at the office.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Office Corner Third Ave., and Seventeenth St.
Over Tremann's Meat Market.
shortest mt -
KANSAS CITY, ST.L0UI5. CHICAGO
AND INTERMEDIATE POINTS.
f0f OtJCWfTIVt MATTfR. tATtS ITCr
CALL ON NtARtST TICKET ACCNT OR
C.5:CRANE Gem. Hiss, e T.chit
are quite ininha.b
itaViln nn windv rlavs-
where stoves or hot
But (and without the
ft -A V
great e benefit) the exposed rooms
Can be Warmed
May w tell yevi men about It?
It may put dollar in your pocket.
A ffen.Mvers & Company
IDEAL Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators.
U ' --,.- ij
1712 Second Avenue
trying to "hold you up" for the
money vou are not quite prepared to
pay. You might as well borrow
enough to pay off these small obliga
tions and put the matter in such shape
that it will not inconvenience you to
pay it back. We will loan it to you
on yonr furniture, piano, horses,
wagons, live stock or other personal
property, without removing it from
your possession. No delay or pub
licity. Any amount from $10 up
wards. It will savo you care and
anxiety and will enable you to meet
your definite obligations and put you
on the right track in your search 'for
prosperity. Let us tell you all about
afr furna.ee is used.
coal man reaping as