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THE AETO, FBIJAY, JUKE 12, 1903.
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When you see our label on a
bottle of -medicine yon know:
that the prescription has' been'
filled wjth absolutely the best
and purest drugs and has been
double-checked to prevent every
possibility of mistake. Your
medicine is right "and you are
safe if we do yonr prescription
work. Kemeuiber this. Tele
C. U. 1071 West. Ind. C071
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M. A T M'
when you want a cool and refreshing
-lass of SODA WATER. We make a
specialty of orange, lemon, pineapple
and wild cherry phosphates, as they
are made .of the pure fruit.
Try Our Ba.kery Lunch
Tea, Coffee or Cocoa, with ham sand
wiches, cake-si or pastry.
Our sherbets, fruit, ices, ice cream
and glaces are rich. (live us1 your
pastry order and we will be sure and
Fancy Bakery and Confectionary.
Old and New Phones. 1710 Second Ave
"V J.. V - ' 4 -
that's cool and cor
rect bears this fam
serges, and flannels.
Style, fit, cloth, seams, tni
The price is right your money
Back if anything goes wrong.
We alone sell them here.
" You Know Us.'
Hot Enough? i
ps. lust, warm enourrh for a. K
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glass of that delicious ice cream X
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Coin's Palace cf Sweets. Try
our ice cream for your next
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j& and we are sure it will please
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& We also have a choice line of
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t COIN'S PALACE OF
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1810 2d Ave.
4th and Brady.
Don't Be: Fooled!
: Take the genuine, orIff!n1
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Msdi
cine Co., Madison, Wis. It
keeps you .well. Our trade
mark cut eo each package
Vrict. 3j( cents. Never oU
in bulk. Accept no ubaU
lMn',H, ttile. 1 AtK rour enizsUt
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BUNCH SAFE ONES
Rock Island Makes it Thre
Straight From the Rock
fordites. OrPOETDNE HITTING DOES IT
Team Arrives Home This Morning
and l Opening at Dav
" p. w. l. ret.
Hloomington '.id 22 14 .011
Cedar Hapids 31 18 13 .581
Jiock Island . 31 16 15 .516
Decatur .. 31 16 15 .516
Davenport 2S 14 14 .500
Hockford .". 31 15 16 .484
.joliet 32 14 18 .43S
Dubuque 32 21 11 .344
Rock jsland 5;
Kockford 2. S
loliet.'!; Davenport 2. :
Cedar Ka picls 2; Hloomington 1.
Dubuque J; Decatur 2.
Uock Island at Davenport.
Joliet at Roekford.
Hloomington at Dubuque.
Decatur at Cedar Rapids.
Roekford, dune 12. Rock Island
made it three straight by bunching
hits in the third ami fourth innings.
Vandine' carried itr the batting hon
ors with three doubles, while Dickey,
Donnelly and Callahan hit opportune
ly. Smith was wild, but he kept the
hits well scattered. There Mas con
siderable wrangling over the work of
I'nipire Truxell, the l cals feeling that
they were gelling the worst of it.
UOCK ISLAND. I!. II. P. A. E.
(iieen. rf .' O O 1 0 0
Donnelly, cf ( 2 2 0 0
( Ira ha in. 2b 0 0 4 4 0
Kebsamen. lb 0 0 9 1 1
O'Leary. c ". 10 7 1 0
Callahan, ss , 2 2 3 2 0
Vandine. :sb I P. ( 4 0
Dickey, If 1 2 I 0 0
Smith, p 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 9 27 15 1
KOCKFORD. H. II. '. A. E.
Hess, ss 0 1 ."! 3 1
Stark, c 0 1 ft 2
(ileasou. cf '. 0 1 1 0 0
Moriarity. 2b 0 0 5 0
Pollock. 'lb 1 1 13 1 0
I'attison. :U 112 12
Keagan, If t 0 2 0 1
Killian, rf ,. 0 0 0 0 0
E. draham. j 0 1 0 4 0
Totals 2 G 27. J C 4
Rock Ma ml 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 .
Iiockford 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 02
Two-base hits. Va inline (3), Killian;
bases n balls, oil Oraham 3, off Smith
ft; struck out. by (iraham 4,. by Smith
4. I'mpire. Truxell.
Cedar Rapid 1. IMoomlneton O.
Cedar Hapids. June 12. Cedar Rap
ids won a twelve-inning contest in a
pitchers' battle. Umpire I.ewinsoii
was obliged to retire in the fourth in
ning on account of being hit by a foul
Cedar Rapids. .0 000O1O000O 1-2-3-3
Hloomington ..0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-t-4-1
Uatteries. IVlty and Smith; llishop
Davenport 2. .lollet 3.
At Davenport Molarity's home run
won the game, giving the visitors a
lead in the eighth that the home team
was unable to overcome. Kinlock, the
center tielder who was released by
Davenport recently because he was
not hitting, was signed by Joliet and
took part in yesterday's game, getting
two two-baggers and a single out of
four times up. lie also played a good
game in the fielrl. Score:
Joliet 10001001 03 .7 3
Davenport 0 0 O 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 7 3
Uatteries Wenig and Reading-;
Hughes and Lobcck.
Decatur '&, Dubnqn 3.
Dubuque, June 12. The visitors
were only able to find Eastman once,
a bunt to short, which the runner
beat out. Score:
Dubuque 0003 0000 3 7 2
Decatur 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 02 1 3
Uatteries Eastman and Smith; Ja
cobsen and Kreos.
The action at 'Joliet in sending out a
report that President Sexton was re
solved to take the franchise from that
city at all hazards is decidedly child
ish and will appear so to atone who
is at all familiar wjth the circum
stances. Joliet was given every
chance and President Sexton himself
went to the city twice and attended
meetings of those interested in the
management of the t;am and discuss
ed ways and means for the city to
hold the franchise. After the first
meeting the Joliet directors agreed to
try again, but after a few dajs they
said it was no tise. The town has?
flunked and there is no use denying
it. When the outlook was blue the
lack of sand was shown and now when
the weather is fine and the team is in
a position to pay its way the plea
that has been set up comes with very
Umpire Truxell, who officiated at
Uockford during the series there,
came to this city with the" team and
this morning tendered his resigna
tion. After the game yesterday the
Uockfordites attempted' to mob 'him
and had it not been for the protec
tion afforded by the Uock Island
players it seems likelj- that herwould
have been roughly handled. As it was.
he was shoved about and a bucket of
water was thrown upon him. Farn
ham'was' Kent there from Daveapbrt
to officiate today and a new man will
have to be found to act across the
Keady for Davenport.
The Ilockr Island team arrived home
early this morning, every man in good
condition and ready for the real bat
tles of 'the season thus far, which
opened this afternot n in Davenport.
From the number of local fans that
went across the river this afternoon
it is evident that the series will draw
well. Through the unkindness of the
weather Uock Island and Davenport
have not previously met this season
except in the preliminary games, and
the utmost interest prevails in the
outcome of the series that will end
Sunday. The fact that both teams
have been playing winning ball of late
and that they are adjoining in the
percentage column will greatly help
An effort will be made during the
season to play off. the games that have
been lost between the two teams. The
local management would be willing
to play here Sunday morning-, but
Manager Hayes is not. Through
a musunderstanding of the terms of
the schedule it had been planned to
play a game here Monday, but it was
found out that Monday is not an off
day. There will be an opportunity,
however, for games here July 3 ami
July ft, and it has been decided to
pull off matches in this city.
' Halla and Strike.
Eastman. Dubuque's Indian, was
pitted against Jaeohsen. the Decatur
phenom, yesterday, and the latter
had it put all over him. Dubuque
gathered seven hits, while the best
the "Uunipsticks" could do was to
make one litth' bunt that Thornton
beat to first. Jacobsen 's getting the
bumps quite regularly of late.
Wenig. formerly with Davenport, as
sisted in the undoing of his old team
Uockford has .lost three straight
games and of course the uirj ire lias
to catch it. Umpiring for the champs
has been a thankless job ever since
they started to slide.
Please take notice of Vandine's bat
ting record. Three two-baggers yes
terday. All the games but the one Uock Isl
and took were won by one score yes
terday. There was a noticeable thin
ning out in the error column also.
Ulooiuington has died hard at Cedar
Uapids, two 12-inning games being
necessary during the scries to over
come them. The Uabbits kept peg
gimr away, however, and now they
have so effectively turned the lSloom
ers back it would not be at all sur
prising to see Cedar Uapids on toji
within the next few days. Something
of that sort is about due.
Eight of the Joliet players came
from thet same neighbornood. near
Chicago. .They are a young, ambi
tious lot of fellows, good players and
Frank Uoth is not making much of
n hit in the big league, lie has caught
12 games for Philadelphia, imd is at
the bottom of the catchers in the per
The ball patrons of Dubuque are
highly pleased with Umpire Conn,
who is one of the best umpires. that
has ever been in Dubuque. There is
no danger that he will ever be mob
bed for bad umpiring. Dubuque
The Young Americas and the Ucd
Stars crossed bats yesterday morn
ing' and the former won, .1 to 1. The
bateries were Uimmerman anil Tax
man for the visitors and Finkelstein,
Colin and Harris for the losers. Uim
merman is evidently one of the com
ing pitchers for he fanned 12 men and
gave no passes.
Score lu the Die I.earu-.
Chicago. June V2. Following arethe
base ball scores:
Leacue: At Pittsburg Urooklyn 0.
Pittsburg !: at St. Louis' oston S,
St. Louis ': at Cincinnati New York
2. Cincinnati eleven Innings; at
Ame. lean: At Philadelphia Cleve
land "J. Philadelphia 1'; at New York
Detroit 3...Ni'W York I; at Hoston
St. Louis 0. Huston '2; nt Washington
Association: At Toledo St. Paul (i,
Toledo U; at Indianapolis Milwaukee
1(, Indianapolis l.'; at Columbus Min
neapolis 4, Columbus ft; at Louisville
Kansas City 2. Imisville 1.
Western: At Kansas City Colorado
Springs ft, Kansas City 2; at St. Jo
seph Dcnve. 0, St. Jofeph 1; at Pe
oria Des Moines 1, Peoria r; at Mil
waukee Omaha 4, Milwaukee 5.
Worst Of All Experleneea.
Can anything1 be worse than to feel
that every minute will be your last?
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. II.
Xewson, Decatur, Ala. ''For three
3-ears," she writes, "I endured insuf
ferable pain from indigestion, stom
ach and bowel trouble. Death seem
ed inevitable when " doctors and all
remedies failed. At length I was in
duced to try Electric Bitters; and the
result was miraculous. I Improved at
once nnd now I'm completely recov
ered." For liver, kidney; stomach and
bowel troubles Electric Hitters Is the
only medicine. Only 50-cents. It's
guaranteed by llartz .& Ullemeyev,
" Warning. Warning
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in plaee of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these Taluable medi
cines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives ol
their victims. For sale by all drug
Rock Island's Typhcid Record
Compares Well With That
OASES EVENLY PEOPORTIONED
Shown In Statistics Gathered by
Agent of Chicago Drain
John J. McLaughlin, special agent
of the sanitary district of Chicago,
has just completed a search of the
reeonds in this city and Davenport in
the 'collection of data to be ready for
use in the coming suit with St. Louis,
in which the latter will endeavor to
produce evidence to thow that the
Chicago drainage canal thai carries,
a huge portion of the sewag.- of the
big town down through the lllinris
ther has caused a high mortality
rate from typhoid fev-r in the Mis
souri city and other places al ug Ou
st reams below.
Tiie sh;wi"i!g hive. while-It is not as
good as could be hoped, especially
(luring 1(.0( and 1 "Mil. is better than
some have believed and indicates that
Uock Island is no worse oil in this re
spect than other cities of its sixe
throughout the country. The eom
pnrison with Davenport is calculated
to overturn the theories that have
been advocated in the past in certain
newspapers published over the river
that Ihis city is: worse nlHicte;! than
Davenport. Except in U00 :uid I'.ioi
the number of cases in this city and
the rate of mortality from the dis
ease corresponded very "closely to
that, in Davenport. In VIium' two
years a faulty intake pipe caused the
trouble. Now that thislias bet :i rem
edied the rate has again fallen till in
H-02 we had live deaths to It in Dav
enport, whil. with 11 cases here there
were 40 in the town across the creek.
The record of typhoid in the two cit
ies during the past 10 years, as pre
pared by Mr. McLaughlin, is given be
low: What Kwopd Show.
Uock Island ls3. 1.1 cases; IS'.H.
If. cases; IS!)... .1 eases; lS'.n;. 1-1 eases;
1V.I7, none; ls'JS. 3 eases; JSiiu. Ceases;
llioo. ::s cases; UiOl, ullS cases; l".i02, 11
Davenport isp3. IT cases; 1 St) I. 13
cases; IS).'. 11 cases; ISiM. 3 ases;
I'i7, G eases; ls'.lS. 14 eases; 1 .!, 54
cases; 1!HK. C..! cases; 11)01. 37 cases;
11(02. 40 cases.
Deaths in Uock Island- 1SH3. 1."
deaths; 1 s;i I, 1 f! dea 1 lis; 1N1I-". :s deaths;
lv.C. 11 deaths; lv.7. no deaths; lMis
3 deaths; IMC.).. C. deaths; moo. 13
deaths; 11)01. 30 tleat lis; mo:i. 5 deaths.
Deaths in Davenport ISdV.. lOtleaths;
Is'tl, 5 deaths; 105. S deaths; lS'.m, 3
deaths; 1SD7. :.' deaths; l.s'.ls. 7 deaths;
I Mil). 2 deaths; moo. 15 deaths; 11)01.
15 deaths; HOi. 1 1 deaths.
However, it is not at all likely that
Mr. McLaughlin cares whether the
Ie pie of Lock Island die faster or
slower than those of Davenport.
What he wants is evidence that will
upset the claim of St. Louis that the
emptying of the ( hicago drainage into
the Mississippi raised the typhoid
fever rate of St. Louis. Kvidence that
the rate was higher at points above
the embouchure of the draiunire canal
and in other parts of the country
where the drainage canal could have
no possible influence would weaken
the claims t f St. Louis.
STERILIZED BARKER SHOP.
A Famous bliop lu th Carrollton lIot"l.
Kill tlmurr. JIil.
The barber shop in the Carrollton
hotel. Baltimore, sterilizes everything
it uses in the shop. The sterilizing is
done by heat. The towels, the razors,
the strop, the soap, the combs and
brushes are all sterilized before being
used on a customer. Where there is
no sterilization, have the barber use
Newbro's Herpicide. It kills the dan
druff germ, and il is an antiseptic for
the scalp and for the face after shav
ing. All leading barbers everywhere
appreciate these potent facts about
Herpicide and they use it. "Destroy
the cause, you remove the effect."
For sale bv T. H. Thomas, drujnrist.
Is hereby given that a special meet
ing of the stockholders of the Union
Electric Telephone & Telegraj h com
pany will be held at the oiliee of said
company in the city of Hock Islnud,
in the state of Illinois, Friday, the
3rd day of July, A. 1). 1903, at the
hour of 5 o'clock in the aft err :-;r.,
for the purpose of si:brr:ttii. to a
vote of such stockholders the ques
tion of increasing the cap'tal stock
of said company from th2 sum of
four hundred thousand dollars ($400.
000), as at present, to the sum of five
hundred and fifty thousand dollars
($50,000), and' for such other busi
ness as may be brought before it.
Dated this 29th day of May, A. D.
1903. . ' '
CHARLES A. LEE.
JOHN V. MOUUISON,
.TOIIN A. FU1TCHEY,
OEOUGE H. STUCKEIi,
That Th robbing: Headache.
would quickly leave you if you used
Dr. King's New Life Tills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their match
less merit for sick and nervous head- i
aches. They make pure blood and
build up your health. Onlv 25 cents.
Money back if not cured. Sold by ,
llartz & Ullemeyer, drug-gists. J
SPEND THE DAY HERE
Darius Miller, vice president of the
Iinrlington road, and E. U. Potter, as
sistant general freight agent, arrived
this moming- in Uock Island in their
private car, Lycoming, and are put
ting" in the day about the tri-citie.
No special significance attaches itself
to the visit further than affording the
ollicials an opportunity of extending
their acquaintance among the em
ployes in the vicinity and meeting tfce
important shippers. A ride was taken
about the Cities in a carriage during
the morning for the latter purpose.
CROWN PRINCE.0F SWEDEN
MAY MAKE VISIT HERE
A visit of Crown Prince tiustave, of
Sweden, dining next summer is one
..f the probabilities held out to thi.j
city. It is officially announced in
Sweden that the prince will visit the
t. Louis exposition next year as! the
i tlicial representative of the country,
and if he does he will without doubt
pay a visit to Ihe chief Swedish insti
tution of learning in this country, Au
gust ana college. The prince, who is
45 years of age, has several times act
ed in the capacity of regent in the
illness of his father, and if he comes
here the people of Uock Island will
have real royalty brought to their
June 11. D. Y. Hunt to Anna May
Taes. luts 13, 14 end 15. Uidgeview
add.. South Moline, S125.
I-ars I. Nielsen to Moline State Sav
ings bank, lots 1 and 2. block Mt
f m's add., Moline, $1.
Jennie Harder to John A. Hanne
Van. o ut lot 10. Hapids City. 375.
Frank 1'. llauiler. ct al.. to Ceorge
I. Ueeves, s 4S feet lot 1. block 1. Uail
ey Davenport's Second add.. Moline.
Moline Trust S- Savings bank to H.
A. Smith, lots 1 and 5. block H. A.
Smith's subdiv.. out lot U. Smith iV
White's add.. Moline Heights. $200.
Moline Trust iV Savings bank to
Hannah M. l'.ergstroni. n 5o feet of s
10 feet of c !ffl feet, lot block 2,
Levi McCain's add.. Moline. $soo. '
To call sharp attention to our
new location, we name a f;-w
items for Friday ami Saturday
only that will interest shrewd
buyers. The shoes mentioned
below are all new. fresh goods,
most of them put in stock this
week. No old iwlds and ends or,
out-of-date itoimIm in this ;ilcv
Child's genuine dongola shoes.
light, flexible sides,
sizes 0 to X
Child's genuine dongola
light, llexible soles,
sizes Sii to 11 ,
Misses' genuine dongola
light, llexible soles,
sizes 1 1":, to 2
T5ie o.boye shoes sxre
especially well made
and are guaranteed to
give good wear.
Young women's low heel shoes,
nice, plump kid stock, patent
tip, medium heavy extension
sole, sizes 21. to f, - QQ
good value at liOSJ
Men's "Hot Shot" all solid satin
calf shoes, 'other shoe dealers
are quoting no better shoe at
$1.50; our i nn
Little gent's genuine dongola
shoes, strictly all solid and eas
ily worth a quarter more, sizes
lo to 121 rt 1Q
SPECIAL for Saturday, 10 to 12
o'clock only: Child's canvas"
leather sole oxfords,
sizes 8 to 10
1705 Second Ave.
C. C. Trent. Mgr.
R.ock Island V 111.
Medicated. nefresfetnnr. tfakt
hair soft and ellkrn. IVstro.vs disease
xtrma la scalp and body. Best soap
for ektn. hair, scalp, nursery. Watch
for list of dragslftts who ptre 25c.
eoc bottl of llAIK-mSJLLTU.
T. 11. THOMAS, Druggist.
$ TRey're Mere For You lo See,
i We'll Comfort Guarantee.
OUTING SUITS, '
$ WE SELL THE
$ f3l S TKHILIJVG
75he Correct Outfitters.
How Mvich Do
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lynde block, Roota SS. 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, Hock Island.
Old Time Judges....
Davis Block. 'Phone 11 43.
We want to supply you the money
yon are needing. V want you to re
pay it on terms conv-nietit ami agree
able to y u. We are confident we can
sati.-fy you if we can jjet tojrcther and
talk the matter over. We will tell you
the mot a loan will cost you for any
fjiven time ami you can make it le.-s
by payinjr before due. We arrange.
the-v leans by taking a lien on your
furniture, piano, horses, wagons or
other personal property, without re
moving same from your possession.
Amounts from $10 upwards. The
transaction is strictly a confidential
one and can be arranged on short no
tice without annoying formalities.
Let us tell vou more about it.
DrniNc, thi: hast tex
Till: HAIXLI'SS DENTAL
Have used P..TS0 gallons of their prep
aration for painless dentistries.
HELLO-Xew .V109. Old f.17 Hrown.
Closed Saturday at 1 o'clock. Open
Wednesday till 9:30 j.. m.
USe Dentol Specialists.
and n-ood ones will tell vou that
the wines and liquors sold by Si
mon Lewis possess all of the good
qualities flavor, age, mellowness.
purity, ripeness you have a right
to expect. If you are a judge of
good whisky, a. eonnoiseur in w ines,
we most certainly can please you.
Imported and domestic wines, li
quors and corditls always on hand.
RETAIL LIQUOR STOKE.
Market Square, cor. Seventeenth
Street and Third Avenue.
IS at Si i o " J
facilities are a necessity all the year
round, a pronerlv 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, Terry & Co. will
give you some ideas of positive value.
112 West Seventeenth St