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TILE AUGrTJS, TUESDAY, MAY 27,
A Bla.kslee Portra.it
Is a modern idea.
It has a value that's worth llip
price. You'll want one if you
see our samples.
Appointments Made for
The Blakslee Studio
1S22 Third avenue. Telephone
Terre Haute and Rockford Defeat
Bloomington and Evans- '
rOUE TWIELEES USED UP IN ONE
Uaveopfii-t and flock Island Are to
Meet Here Tomor
catr Wl 1
Yovir Weekly Order
For household needs !n groceries,
if placed in the hands of W. J.
Moeller. will he filled promptly, ef
ficiently and f the finest grade
jiwxls. AVe handle nothing bist
what we know is reliable, fresh.
pure and wholesome, whether of
necessities or luxuries.
Come with the crnwd. The way
of prosperity is being paved for
you now, as you can reaeh our
store from every part part of the
city ly paved streets. If you can't
VV. J. MOELLER,
'Phone 121.5. 2030 Fifth Avenue.
3 J&zp np
You'll like our Bakery pro
ducts They're as good as they
look, . ami that's pretty
nearly ierfect ion. Some say
they are ierfect. Anyway,
v know you'll like them
as much, as others have
Consider' your health when
you buy an article of food
or refreshment, and buy
only pure, wholesome artl-.
Our Ice Cream, Ices,
Candies, everything we han
dle, Is according to the
w above pointer
Sand Ice Cream
Establishment. Phone 1156.
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
EstmM of Adalslde Howling, deeessed.
Tbo undersigned having oeca appointed
executor of the last will and testament of
Adalalde Howling-, late of the county of Rock
Island state of Illinois, deceased, hereby fives
notice tbat be will appear before tbe county
court of Rock Island county, at tbe county
court room. In tbe city of Rook Island, at
tbe July. ifcO'-i. probate term, on tbe lint Mon
day in July next, at wblcb time all penoni
bavins; claims against said estate are notlned
and requested to attend for tbe purpose of
bavins: tbe same adjusted. All persons In
debted to said estate are re i Ties ted to make
Immediate payment to tbe -nderstgTied.
Dated tbls 2tb day of April. A. p iUti
Wii.i iawso B oWAJrir. Kxecutor.
Cos yKLt.T Sl Co.xsxixt, Aitomejs.
Is aa Antiseptic Healing Fowtfcr
He Is Ctrts, Wouelt, Burns as4 Sssldt
without tsar. 25 csnls. fyrugjistt.
Hock Island .
Is To Be l Busy Week
At AjgvistLraa. College
Koekford. 2; Kvansville, 1.
. Terre Haute. 7; llloominglon. 4.
Where They IMy Tim I ay.
Hock Island at Davenport.
Koekford :it Cedar Kapids.
'JVrre Haute at Itloomiugtoii.
Kvansville at Deeatur.
Itloomlngrtoii 4, Terre Ifaute 7.
Kloomington. May 27. lilooming
ton's losing gait continues, the team
being unable to hit at critical periods
yesterday." Through llaekett's error
and two hits the score was tied in the
seventn. Out lerre Jlnutc tell upon
Crangle iu the ninth an. I aided liv
King's wihl throw, ran in three runs.
Four pitchers were used, nfl being hit
Kloomingtoii 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 04
Terre Haute 2 0 L 0 0 0 0 0 7
Hits Klooiiiiugtoii. 11; Terre
Krrors I'doomingt on. 1: Terre
Ilatterics ('rankle. liarker and
It: Heyinan. Martin an.l Si a rung le.
Itockfonl "4, Kvanxvllltt 1.
Koekford. May 27. IJockford won
out in the tenth on singles by t onk
lin. Duclow j: ml (irahum. Kennedy
was put out .f the game in tlie third
for disputing a decision. Score:
Kvansville 0 O 0 n 0 0 1 0 0 -1
Kock ford o o 1 o o o o o 0 1 2i
Hits Koekford. 11; Kvansville. 4.
Krrors Koekford. 2; Kvansville. 2.
Catteries Simonton and Thiery;
I'orrence and Seisler.
Davenport comes to plav Kock 1s-
ind tomorrow afternoon. The locals
ire piavmg across tne river touiiv.
Lumber is on the prniiml at the
Twelfth street park for an extension
o the bleachers, which will be made
higher anil the seating capacity about
doubled. 1 lie work will lie done m
time for" the crowd next Friday af
ternoon. Some attention ought to be paid to
the baseball signs carried on the
fenders of street cars with a view of
having them taken olT on days when
there is no frame on the home
grounds. Many people were misled
by them yesterday ami inquiries at
baseball headquarters were numer
ous as to whether there was really to
be a game in this city.
K. Krickson. the Chicago man sign
ed to play behind the bat for the Dav
enport baseball team arrived last
evening. He lias the appearance and
the reputation of being a ball player.
Last season and the first part of this
season he played iiuleeiilent ball in
Chicago and up through the state of
Wisconsin. Shannon's thumb is now
nearly well anil Davenport is supplied
wit i three catchers. The knockers
sh.iuld hide their little hammers.
Kohley Miller, the new second base
man, is expected this evening, a tele
gram having been received from l.im
by Manager Donnelly stating that h'e
was about to start for this city. He
will be in the game tomorrow and
The second event in the commence
ment week series at Augustana col
lege was the literary entertainment
of the college Lyceum, which was
given last ev ning at the chapel be
fore a large audience. Many townspeople-
outside of the students were
present as were a number of visitors
for commencement week who had al
ready begun to arrive. The program,
which was highly meritorious in
every reseet. was as follows:
Reading of scripture and prayer...
(a) March, (selected.) (b) Dream
Visions, (Tun by.) (c) Serenade,
( Latanii,) Children's orchestra
Vocal Selection Mrs. .). M. Keim
Recitation "Mig tors tar," (l Wik-
ner.) I'eter Frolierg
Violin Concerto ( Finale.) . . (Mendels
sohn) Nicoline Zedeler
Oration "For I do not believe it to
le possible for a better man to be
injured by a worse", .(i. S. Ohslund
March (Dudley liuck) .. Little Cervin
This afternoon was set aside for
field yports and a game of ball is
being played in Krickson park, about
which a substantial woven wire fence
rendered impervious to the eye by a
line of canvas inside, has been com
pleted. Monmouth college is pitted
against the college team and the
game was called at 3 o'clock.
This evening at 8 the senior class
will carry out at the chapel the class
day program as follows:
Organ solo Miss Lillie Cervin
Salutatory Miss (Irace Lewis
Song Class Sextet
Tal "Lifvet.. ett val vid skiljevagen"
Christopher T. Carlson
Trombone solo ....Clarke L. Swanson
Oration ".la nils".
Class Prophecy ..
.Frank A. Wallin
. . ..7. (). Kinstrom
V. K. Wallin
O'Kourke will hold down the right
At a meeting of the rooters held in
the office of President Sexton last
evening it was decided to put up a
pri.e of $." for the Kock Island player
lliat m. i.lc Hie most hits during the
coming l)aenport-Roek Island series.
Wright, the tirst baseman, is not yet
able to be out of the hospital, his at
tack of neuritis being more serious
than was for a time supposed. His
physician expects to have him out by
Fri.lay, although he is in doubt wheth-
r it will be wise for him to play at
The four brown caps which were
supposed to have been stolen Friday
night, have been found and it devel
ops that they were only lost. I hey
were placed out. to drv and the wind
blew them away. All the men will
appear in similar headgvar during the
series now en.
Smith is propounding the puzzles
for the DaveniHirters todav.
iamis KIim-m here.
WITH THE BOWLEMS
The St. .lulien Lowlcrs, of this city,
last evening administered to the Pas
time cbib. of Davenport, the first
drubbing that that organization has
met with this season. The match
was playci! on the Allen alleys and
the Kock Islanders were victorious
by a score of 2,5 111 to 2,47s. Tin
dividual scores follow:
Thorn f 175
TRACK TO FACTORY
City Council Pushing Legislation
to Aid Plans of Oil Cloth
GEOUND TO BE BROKEN JUNE 1
Aldermen to Have Special Meeting
Wednesdaj to Pass
i it t
. May '21.
M Kt. I mils-Chicago
St. Louis I
American: At Wasliingtoiw Cleve
land r.. Washington ::; at Philadelphia
Detroit . Philadelphia 8; at P.alti-
more Chicago 8. Haltiniore .3: at Ko:
ton St. Louis .'. Itoston O.
Association: At Milwaukee Kansas
City o. Milwaukee 7.
Western: At St. Joseph Peoria It.
St. Joseph .": at Kansas City Milwau
kee ."5. Kansas City f.; jit, Des Moines
Denver ii. Des Moines 7: at Omaha
Colorado Springs o. Omaha 8.
FIFTEENTH STREET IS TO
BE PAVED WITH ASPHALT
A majority of the property owners
on Fifteenth street have signed for
the paving of that thoroughfare with
asphalt from Third to Twelfth si ve
nues, thus virtually ending a neigh
borhood contest that has ltccn waged
for months. Charles Johnson. Charles
Larson and William Schaarmnii havi
conductel the campaign in behalf ol
those favoring the improvement and
they naturally feel elated over th
success lhat has crowned their ef
forts. Owners of II.MM) feet of the
frontage have signed for the pavt
nient. This is a majority of 5(10 feet
and there are a number of others
w ho have signified willingness to at
tach their names to the jetition. Of
those Vifjuing the owners of but 200
feet favored brick. It is gratifying
to know that Kock Island is to have
a trial or llns kind ol pavement. I lie
attempt has leeii made to try asphalt
before on some of the other streets,
but contractors interested in brick
have succeeded in knocking it out. It
is hoped the Fifteenth street property
holders will insist uihiii getting what
7s:s s::.) .-,;
played as fo
in the Rock
1 ournauieli t
Hows: I- irst
Thursday evening. May 2'.i; second
class. Sat unlay evening. May :tl;
third class, Tucs:lay evening. June 3.
AM matches begin at S o'clock.
Dow Are Year Kldaeys t
Dr. nobbi'8piraeu!iPIIUcureall kidney Ills. 8am
ftla free. Add. bterliug Hewed j Co.. Chicago or M. Y.
Made from Grape Gream of
Tartar, and Absolutely Pure
' Highest award, Chicago World's Fair.
Highest tests by U. S. Gov't Chemists.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
Imitation tVin powd A sre mv.t!y
Ircim a unl. 1 1V IM-lV I I-;u"J.
I.ul ILUI bw in at tlx LUi i Ucail
SPOT IN THE SUMMER
The Kock Island road is introduc
ing a novel feature into its metho I of
advertising Cloutlcroft, the "roof
garden of the soul h west." which has
ricently been ocned on the new line
of the roail about a hundred miles
northeast of Kl Paso iu the Sacra
mento mountains. An effort is being
nunle lo impress the puonc Willi I lu
ilesi raoili t v or the place as a summer
and health resort anil to this end
"thermometers," one of which may
be seen in the window of the city
ticKci oince, on fx'conu avenue, are
being sent out to agents all over the
northern part of the system. Kvery
day the temerat lire nt noon at
( loudcroft is telegraphed to agents.
who manipulate the "mercury" ac
cording to the text of the message
On the same piece of cardboard upon
which the temperature at ('loudcroft
is indicated is another place upon
which the temperature where the
thermometer is located is market! up
at the same time. Cloutlcroft is
'.1,000 feet above the sea let el ami ac
cordingly it has a very equable tem
perature. The company is banking
upon the effect of the comparison
that will be presented in the swelter
ing cities of the east.
A REFUND OF YOUR MONEY
At thi Hlc Cash llrpartmrnt Store Youus;
& M : m l
We will give a 20 days sale from
May 1st to May 31st. The customer
purchasing the largest amount on
one tif the 30 days (the day to be
named by a 'prominent citizen of Rock
Island) will be entitled to a refund
to the full amount of their purchase
on said day. A real opportunity.
YOUNO & McCOMRS.
A woman who lias had experience
with this disease, tells how to pre
vent any dangerous consequence
from it. She says: "Our three chil
dren took whooping cough last sum
mer, our baby boy being only three
months old. antl owing' to our giving
them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
they lost mine of their plumpness
and. came out in much better health
than other tdiildren whose parents
did not use this remedy. Our oldest
little girl would call lustily for cough
syrup between whoops. Jessie Pink
ey Hall, Springville, Ala." Til is rem
edy is for sale by nil druggists.
Shake Into Vonr Shoes.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
and Ingrowing nails, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and brui-
ions. It's the greatest comfort dis
covery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease
makes tight or new shoes' feel easy.
It is a certain cure for sweating, cal
lous and hot, tired, aching feet. Try
it today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. I5y mail for 25c in
stamps. Trial package free. Ad
dress Allen S. Oluistead, Le Koy, N. Y.
FoIe3's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and can safely be given to
children. For sale by all druggists.
An ordinance was befi re the city
council last night granting the right
to the Peoria roatl to grade anil lav
tracks necessary for the use of the
Standard Table Oil Cloth company.
which will in a few weeks begin the
erection of ils factory buildings at
the west end of the city. Although
the ordinance could not be consider
ed under the rules, it was read and
the aldermen examined the blue prinl
. T. J. Medill. president of the Rock
Island Club, who has been actively
fiigaged with other Rock Island bus
iness men in securing the location of
I he factory here, addressed the coun
cil, explaining certain matters in con
nect ion with the proposed ordiuance.
He asketl that its consideration be
laken up as soon as possible in order
lo facilitate the grayling on the part
of the road so lhat I he steam shovel
anil accompany ing outfit, which is
now idle, may be u:e.l before other
work is taken up.
The grading of the grounds will be-
1 1 June 1 and the company wishes
lo have Ihe tracks lai I lo bring in
Ihe material for the buildings, which
will be erected at once.
Adjournment was finally, taken till
2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon to
consider the ordinance and any other
inisinc-.s that may arise.
Not Heady to Report.
The session last evening was an ad
join ned one held for the especial pur
pose of hearing the report of the ex
pert accountant upon the books of
the city, showing the amount of rev
enue that will be forthcoming during
Aid. Anderson, chairman .of the
finance committee, explained thai.
owing to una vonJa Me delay Ihe re
port was not yet ready, so further
time had to be granted.
Get What You Ask For!
When you ask for Cascarcts Candy
Cathartic be sure you get them.
Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C.
Never sold in bulk. A substitutor is
alwavs a cheat and a fraud. Beware!
Vll druggists, ioc.
CROP UP NOW.
AND LESS AIR BRINGS THE
Do you feel enervated and spirit
less? Does your food digest imper
fectly, and is your circulation imper
fect ? If so.
i wonderful fruit LAXATIVE1
will rid your system of impurities
tone your stomach, regulate yourj
i liver and make you feel a:ain that
life is worth the living. . Its marvel
ous powers of building up the sys
tem makes it invaluable to invalids
and those suffering ffcra wasting
A Imrgm mlzm bottle for BO Ctm.
For Sale by
HARTZ & ULLEMEYER
Mull's I.ls.'hUiiriir Piiin Killer
cures all k I minor aches. Drink
it or rul It on W cents.
j Pure Rye OffcisRcy
fri It tastes.
., . t1
- it is old
i u taping
t Make You
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i ls ifr i ll sjl Js ft fr rail 1 I ll Cjs ii fr tT
m mm III
J! Nilii if ! S; hM
1W ' I .
beimer flfc Co.
In all the new and popular shapes and braids
We Plea.se the People.
9f i jsL2T '
mbM m Til E I'SPIEE
We want tl.e puhlie to he our
u in pirn and juo'ge of our meth
ods and leliabilit y. If you know
of any one who has had busimss
transactions with us, we want
you to impure as to our trust
worthiness. If you do not
know any one, investigate for
yourself. We loan money it's
our business exclusively antl
we supply it on short notice,
without noise or notoriety, antl
in amounts from $10 upwards,
Your furniture, piano, horses,
w aeons or other personal property we take as security, but tlo not remove it troni
Ton r pust'ssion. We make a study of this l.usiuess and are sure we can please
you. Let us hear lrom you when in neeil of ready cash.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY. X
Mitchell & L-ynde Block, Room 33. Offlco hours 8 a. m. X
to 6 p. m., and Wednesday aud ' Saturday Kvenings.
X Tel. 1514.
On the Instant
Is easily obtainable by the use of a
good hot water heater; .useful any
where, invaluable where large heat
ers antl boilers are not to be had.
Hot water has many uses aside from
the bath, and this heater we furnish
and set up is the right thing in the
ASK US, PLKASn.
CHANNON, PERRY CO.,
114 West Seventeenth Street.
CAIIN. BELT ..- TO: naltlmnre. M.l.
A. H. LI ITT,
IUtrltatr, Kock Islnatl.
If ever any article merited the
mark of "O. K." the Jewel tiasoline
Stve merits such a mark. It's abso
lutely safe you can not explode it;
it is clear, odorless, smokeless, and
costs but a tritle to operate. It is a
summer necessity, but in hundreds of
homes it is used all the year round
and i. lasts for a cood many years.
Come in and see the various sizes and
Allen, Mvers-& Co,
Opposite the Harper House.
A well equipped kitchen is one of
the most certain aids to happinei'3
.You can't cook with a pleased mind
unless you have utensils at hand for
your convenience. hetner it is tho
Easter season, or any " other, these
granite kitchen things will please
1S21 Second Avenue.