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THE ARGUS, FIUDAY, MAY 22, 1903.
WE HAVE ALL,
X TUE CHOICE t
Yi.ni can get them for
10c, 25c, 50c. $1. 3
Is a very popular
t HARPER HOUSE X
H. O. ROLFS,
X Dispensing Chemist. X
X C. U. 1071 West. Intl. 0071 2
the ideal Outing
Clothes bear this
Suits in home
spuns, serges, and
flannelsi Perfect in
fashion, fabric, fin
ish, and fit custom
Tic price is f ignt your money
back if tnytning goes -wrong.
Nobody here but ourselves
" You Know Us."
When you buy confectionery you
should insist that it be of good qual
vhen you buy something for the in
ner man, the best place to buy is at
our confectionery, bakery and party
supply house, where purity and best
quality go together.
lluyler's, Lowney's, Allcgretti's and
our own choice chocolates always
1716-1718 Second Ave.
Old 'Phone and 2sew 'Phone.
Confectionery, bakery poods,
lee cream and cake. Ice cream
Soda, 5e 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.
BOCK ISLAND. D A V EN PORT.
Dont Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Mdlon Medl
cine Co., Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never sol
in bulk. Accept no vtibsti
RABBITS AT HEAD
One Game in League Yesterday
Placed Cedar Rapids
R0CKF0BD BLANKED BY BLOOMERS
Tailendcrs Here Tomorrow to Opeu
a Series Notes ot the
1. YV. L. Vet.
17 11) 7 .5SS
19 9 10
17 3 It
Kloomington, '2; Koekford, 0.
Kock I.slandi -Cedar Kapids, Decatur
Davenport and .lo!ict-l Mtbuque -games
prevented by rain. ':
Iuluqite at Kock Island.
Davenport at Rlooiuingtou.
- Koekford at Decatur.
Cedar Kapids at Juliet.
Kain irevented all games in the
league yesterday with Hit' exception
of at Klooiuiugton and there the home
team gave Koekford a shutout! The
result of this i. ne game wa of consid
erable importance, as it pulled Koek
ford down- from the tp of the 'per
centage column and leaves Kock Isl
and to linish the remaining game of
the home series now on with the
champions. Cedar Kapids. Whether
this will.hac am- effect in awing the
locals into losing, the ci utest v.iil Ie
seen thisi afternoon. weather permit
ting. The result of the deposition of Koek
ford is a beautiful hunching of the six
teams that are leading. Kock Inland
and Dubuque are outside the money
for the present, but in the ease of the
others a couple f games won with
I bo right combination of losses might
put either on the top. This condition
of affairs, w hile it vxill nia kclulorcst
ing ball placing- among the leader
will make it all the harder. for the lo
cals and Dubuque to close up the gap.
With the toboggan that Koekford
has been taking the past few days it
is safe to wager that Manager Nieol
is getting uneasy. One of these days
we may expect to hear of his mysteri
ous disappearance froai the town
where his team is placing and several
days later lie may be counted up to
show up from the northern woods
with a reen foreeinent ot husky hit
IUoomlnetoii 2. Koekford O.
I'doomington, May IJlooming
toiv's cripples again found Koekford
easy picking. Ii.hop was a mystery
and had perfect control. Killian also
pitched well, but allowed enough hits
in the iening , innings to win. The
grounds were hcavv with mud, but
both teams put up a phenomenal
lidding game, the work of Hess es
pecially being the finest in local his
tory. The score:
Hloomington 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 () 3 7 1
Koekford 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0
Datteries Kishop ami Donovan;
Killian and Stark.
The other day the Decatur papers
announced that the baseball manage
ment of that city was- alxmt to pur
chase a rubber plate for the yutcher's
boxbut it seems that the matter was
not promptly attended to, for now
comes Manager Connors of the J'loom
ington team and files a protest
against the games his team j-eeently
played at Decatur on account of this
feature .b.eing absent and a piece of
wood substituted. The Decatur man
agement, in common with others in
the league, has been saving $l by leav
ing out the rubber slab, but it is like
ly that they will look after this de
tail now regardless of the outcome
of the contest that has been begun bj
In fielder Dick Drown has endanger
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The beginning of baldness is dandruff.
Dandruff is a disease and can be cured.
Cure the disease that causes dandruff,
And the dandruff will disappear for good.
Use only some old established remedy.
We know one tested for more than 50 years
It cures dandruff, checks falling, makes the
hair grow, always restores color to gray hair.
Ayer's Hair Vigor has curef my scalp of a bad case of dandruff.
It is a deugntful preparation to
3. C. Ayor Co., Lowell, Mass.
ed his position on the Rloomington
team owing t" the fact that he did
not show up at the hotel when the
team got ready to come home and
was left at Decatur. There has been
a good deal of criticism of Brown's
care of himself this season, and the
hammers were drawn back for h clear
swing unless he improved with this
scries. Herbert will play the third
base today and Mullaney will be back
in his old position. In order to get
the field work in better shape Cassa
dy will play the field for the present
with Martin and liodwin. Cassaday
is a good hitter, but rather uncertain
in his judgment of flies, but the
change will no doubt be for the bet
ter, of the team. Ulooinington l'anla
graph. "Chuck" Fleming, who has been
playing with the Dubuque team, has
evidently found the pressure too
strong for him and has taken to th
woods somewhere to recuperate, as
he has a fashion of doing now anil
then. The Dubuque fans are not
greatly worried, consoling themselves
with the reflection that he will prol
ably wander back sonicaday.
Scores iu the illg l-eHgne-s.
Chicago. May Follow. i:g are the
base ball scores: ' '
League: ..t Philadelphia Chicago
11. l'lsiladelplda ('.; at Brooklyn l ilts
burg 11. r.rooklyn i; at Host on On
cinnati o, Koston :t; at New York
St. l.ouis !, New York !).
American: At Cleveland Washing
ton 2. Cleveland ."; at Detroit Phila
delphia o. Detroit .": at St. Lords and
Association: At Minneapolis Toledo
4, Minneapolis l'.: at St. Paul Colum
bus I. St. Paid 1; at Milwaukee and
K :.nsa s City -W'ea t her.
Western: At Omaha St. Joseph 3,
Omaha : at Colorado Springs Mil
waukee 1. Colorado Springs 2; at D s
Moines Kansas City 7. Des Moines 5;
ut Denver Peoria o, Denver 5.
Lawyers to I'lay
The professionals on Ihis side of
the vner will hae strong competi
tion iu Davenport tomorrow after
noon, for the lawxers of K.-ick Island
go across the river to play the first
game of fhe season with the Daven
port barristers. The g:ime will be
called at the Davenport park at H: :;o.
l.asf year Kock Island lawyers laid it
all oxer their Davenport brethren,
beating them in two contests so bad
ly that they did not dmw up for ihe
third game. The local t:aui has had
no practice to speak of this y.'ar, but
the members are g ing in tomorrow's
match with considerable confidence.
The teams will line up :-.s follows:
Kock Island-(Sest. c; Sam Dart, p;
Kenworthv. lb; l.oenev, b; Kelly,
ss; I.udolph. :'b; Kltnoro Stafford, If;
W it ter. of; Scott, rf.
Daxenport K. 15. Cook, c; S. A. Fin
ger, p; Frank Neal. lb; Jack McCce,
-Mi; J. Clark Hall. s; A I J. Noth, ::b;
Walter Ha Muff, if; Charles Crilk, cf;
William lienor. If.
May 21. William llause to Law
rence Kramer, n'b lots s and 9, block
4i Chicago or Lower add., Uock Isl
W. IT. Kevnolds to J. If. Long, Jot 9,
block 19 Fast Moline, $:;:0.
Clara H. Swan to Mary Seaholm, lot
I. block 2. Cdiimbia Place, South Mo
Dennis Coleman to Otto Adams, lot
I. block 2. W. K. Hrooks' add.. Jiock
(b-orge J. Freyermouth to Keheeca
II. Shirkey, tract by metes and bounds.
w', ne'i. J, H, 5w, $12.
John l-i:iil Isaacson to (!ustaf Ma
son, tract by metes and bounds, ;!5, IS,
(iustaf Mason to John lOniil Isaac
son, tract by metes and' bounds, 35,
IS, 1w, $1.
John Crover to II. D. Mack, lot C.
block (5, Spencer & Case's add., Uock
Thomas P. Laflin and Lothar Harms
to Frank P.russo, ncV, L'9, 17, 3w. $("00.
John H. Townscnd to Oeorge F.
Townscnd. lot 10, block H. K. Fd
wards' Second add.. Moline. $-,,O00.
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and can safely be given to
children. Sold by all druggists.
H. Budd, Lebanon Springs, N. Y.
FIRST SHOW OF
SEASON IN TOWN
Gollmtr Brother Exhibiting Today
(lollinar Hrothers' railroad shows
arrived in the city early this morning
with 10 cars loaded with attaches and
erpiipage and pitched tents at Twen
ty-fourth street and Fifth avenue to
give afternoon and evening perform
ances today. While this is not one of
the largest shows on the road, it
conies well recommended as one of
the cleanest and best handled shows
extant and the performances are
creditable and well wrrth the seeing.
Among other things the diow claims
to carry is the only real blood-sw-at-ing
hippopotamus, an aninu l worth
'0.(H)0 and carried at great expense.
Other attractions include trained ele
phants, cake-walking horses, the
(Jroh and Petet families, aero
bats, aJid the Moore troupe of aorial
ists. There were nine open dvns shown
in the parade and the show is given
iu two rings with a stage between
them. The management claims to
absolutely discourage the attendance
of all sorts of fakirs and to give a
show of merit.
The parade was given strictly on
time this morning, and while it was
not as extensive as some of the large
shows put out, it was interesting and
well handled. The people and the an
nuals seem to be unusually well cared
for, the horses especially attracting
attention by their sleek, well-fed ap
pearance. The shows drew a large
indirnee this afternoon. The per
formance will be repeated this excit
ing. Fents for :i lime this morning led
!o the belief that there might not be
any show. The itdvauee man had paid
license for a show of six cars, but
when the exhibition arrived in town.
In and behold, there were l'. cars,
("ity (.Ierk Sehall'er at once became
busy and demanded an additional sum
from the management. and it was
finally brought forth after thief of
Police Miller had isitcd the show
grounds and read the law. To the
averago patron of shows it would
seem thai as a rule aggregations
ought to be assessed for showing up
less than tliey agree to rather than
for exceeding expectations.
UNION MISSION BAZAR
NETS CONSIDERABLE SUM
A verv successful baar was that of
the I'r.ioii Mi.-sieii which closed last
evening. The proceeds will be in the
neighborhood of $'J.-0. derixed from
the sale of articles and the meals
serxed. Prof. Zedcler's children's or
chestra was the feature of the pro
gram last evening and a number of
selections were rendered by the young
musicians. The Moline ladies took an
actixe part in the work of the bazar
and their assistance contributed in
no small degree to its success.
A Xavy Hoy on thp 'i'nTy.
Victor (. Forr-e, one of the Kansas
Citv boys w ho are now serving in L'n
cle Sam's navy, is at home for a thirty
days' furlough after completing a
cruise around the world. lie is now
serv'.nir on board the battleship Wis
consin. He is immensely pleased with
'his chosen profession.
-I wouldn't trade places with nnv
boy iu Kansas City," he said the other
day. "We get the finest treatment Im
aijinable, and any fellow who willbe
have himself is given every possible
chance for advancement. In addition
to the technical training that we get
the general education given on board
the training ship Is as good as you
would get at many a college. We are
given an especially stiff course in
mathematics, as all that Is needed in
the study of navigation.' Kansas City
To Core the Stammerer.
It Is said that stammerers rarely if
ever show any impediment; of speech
when epealiliig in whispers. On this
fact a method of treatment has been
advocated, which is as follows: For the
first teu days speaking Is prohibited.
This will allow rest to the voice and
constitutes the preliminary Ftnge of
treatment During the next" ten days
8VenkiBg is permissible in the wblsper
Iuk voice, and In the course of the next
fifteen days the ordinary conversation
al tone may be gradually employed.
1x7 ot to Elatne.
She Saturday is our silver wedding
Don't you think we ought to kill the
pig and have a feast?
lie Kill the pig? I don't see why
the poor animal Is to blame for what
happened twenty-five years ago." Lon
What to Do In Rhearaatlnni.
A professor at one of the allopathic
colleges is reported to harp said:
"There are two things to be done in
rheumatism grin and bear it or bear
It and not grin." Homeopathic Envoy.
Adams No, I never turn and stare at
a pretty girl on the street
Monroe Isn't It awfully monotonous
to have your wife accompany you ev
erywhere? Buffalo News.
The TigerBetween you and me, the
lion is dreadfully henpecked.
The Elephant-So V understand.
They gay he doesn't dare to roar when
ne s at home Judge.
All the news all the time The
TWO PATIENTS TRIED
AS TO SANITY TODAY
Sophia Baualoxv, of Carbon- Cliff,
was tried as to her sanity before a
commission in the county court this
afternoon, the hearing taking place
al :i o'clock. The jury was composed
of Hr. Joseph De Silva, J. K. Mitchell,
Frank Kautz, (Jeorge II. Keimer, (J. II.
Chase and II. A. Becker.
John llaight, of Buffalo Prairie,
was committed to the Watertoxvn in
sane asylum this morning by a jury
composed of Dr. J. 1J. Hollowbnsh, A.
H. Hilderbrandt. W. A. Hubbard, W.
F. Davis and Fred Ohhveilcr. The
man was a patient at Jacksonville
several years ago and his mania is of
a religious nature. lie has a brother
who is at Watertoxvn now receiving1
treatment for a similar mental ail
The ValeM of the Holy.
Kvery seven days the blood, mus
cles and bones of a man of averafe
size loses two pounds of wornout tis
sue. This waste cannot be replen
ished ami the health and strength
kept up without perfect digestion.
When tho stomach and digestive or
gans fail to perform their functions
the' strength lets down, hea It h . gives
xvity and disease sets up. Kodol l)ys-
pepsia Cure enables the stomach and
digestive organs to digest and assimi
late all of the wholesome food that
may be eaten into the kind of blood
that rebuilds the tissues ami protects
the health and strength of the mind
and body. Kodol cures indigestion,
dyspepsia ami all stomach troubles.
It is an ideal spring tonic.
Sold by Harper house drug store;
A. J. Kicss drug' store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
TrHvelinir l IHngrout.
Constant, motion jars the kidneys
which are kept in place in Ihe body
by delicate attachments. This is the
reason that travelers, trainmen, street
ear men, teamsters and all who drive
very much suffer from kidney disease
in some form. Foley's Kidney Cure
strengthens the kidneys and cures all
forms of kidney and bladder disease.
(Jeorge JI. Hausan. locomotive engin
eer, Lima, Ohio, writes: "Constant
vibration of the engine caused me
great ileal of trouble with mv kid
neys, and I got no relief until I used
Foley's Kidnev Cure." Sold by all
Sunday, May 24-.
Finest Shipman presents
In an elaborate production of the
6.s fuming magnificent and historic
ally correct. Perfectly staged in
ex cry detail. .V cast of un
Prices: C.., .".V ". 75c and' $1.00.
Seats on sale Friday morning at 9
o'clock at Illinois Smoker.
SEE OUK LINE OF SPUING
Guaranteed Patent Colt,
Genu in. Patent Pauline
Kiel Blucher Oxford.
Burke Bro. Surpass Kid.
JOE F. SCHNEIDER,
1712 Secoid Avenue.
You should have a bottle of
Cincho Relief Tonic
on hand.. Cures
Colic fxnd Chills.
At all Druggists 25c.
Vou can be cured f anr form of tobacco lining
. muc wvii, niiunK, mcnettc, lull ol
new life and vigor by taking MO'TO-BAO,
h.v.. w . v . , i-l W . K '1 1 II
ten pounds in ten dars. Orcr BOO.OOO
W-t and advice FRKtt. Address - 6TEJEU4NG
LsM-X"I' I"I-I"I"M-H"I"I- 'I-I-I-I".
Arc frequently, asked Who's
yoir Ta.ilor? In justice to
yourself you oulit to see
OUR SUITS now selling at
To Get Square!
IVrliaps (irriimslaiici'.s nvor which ymi have no -ntrl have Iff t you
ienipora rily imiiIki rrasst-il for a little ready money. If so, we want you to
come. hero. We oan relioo that ernharrassiuent hy making' you a loan on
your furniture, piano, horses, wajrons or other personal property, on short
notiee an I without removing tlte property from vour possession.
Pay Up Those Old Bills
(let a fresh start. Unvet'your oliliprations all in one place, and pay a
small amount monthly and'-fjet the. matter paid up without inconvenience
or worry. Reasonable terms, courteous treatment and entire privacy.
Give ns a call and tee.
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lynde block, Room 38. Oflice hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and
Saturday evenings. Telephone west 1514. New telephone C011
Gold Crown Dental Parlors
Third Avenue and Seventeenth Street. Rock Island.
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Knows a Good Thing
Davia Block. Thone 1143.
May 23 we will close at
until furter notice.
Open Wednesdays un
til 9:30 p. m.
T3he DentLl Specialists.
When He Sees It.
Any man of discrimination will
ajipreoiate to the full the whiskies, ?
wines, brandies and cordials we m
have on nur shelves and in our 2
cellar. Selected with proud judg--
nient from the stocks of the best 2
distillers, vintners and wholesale
merchants in this country and S
abroad, there can be no question V
that we ,can exactly suit your Z
taste, no matter how critical you 4
may he. We ask for a share of ijj
your patronage. j
RETAIL LIQUOR STORE.
Market Square, cor. Seventeenth
Street and Third Avenue.
facilities are a necessity all the year
round, a properly appointed bath
room is particularly appreciated dur
ing the warm months. If your house
does not contain a satisfactory bath,
with sanitary plumbing, a consulta
tion with Channon, Perry Co. will
give you some ideas of positive value.
112 West Seventeenth St
mtmwh tvu. AsK your oruffgue. .
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