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THE AIlGIXP, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1903.
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If you buy groceries here, and JL
you will also get the best grade
nf oods.that monev can buv. fc
NO OLD GOODS, ALL FKESII $
Goods delivered to all parts of
the city. One trial order and
you will be- rdeased.
N. P. F. NELSON'S
CsvrK firncerv. T
PHONE WEST 1137.
2025 Foxirth Avenue.
H-M I iniH..H..i..H..H..T.
We open to the public
the largest and best line
of Panama, and Straws
ever displayed at prices
50c to $25.00
Yes, our Negligee shirts
have the style, litare
made right. Come to
ROCK ISLAND. I
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
There is No Place Like
when yf)ii want a cool and refreshing
glass of SODA WATEII. We make a
specialty of orange, lemon, pineapple
and wild cherry phosphates, they
are made of the pure fruit.
Try Our Bakery Lunch
Tea, Coffee or Cocoa, with ham sand
wiches, cakes or pastry.
Our sherbets, fruit ices, ice cream
and glaces are rich. Give, us your
pastry order and we will be sure and
Fancy IJakcry and Confectionary.
Old and New Phones. 1716 Second Ave
Yes, just warm. enough for a
glass of that delicious ice cream
soda with pure fruit juices at
Coin's Palace of Sweets. Try
our ice cream for your next
party or dinner. We guarantee
it to be pure and wholesome
and we are sure it will please
We also have a choice line of
cakes fresh, at all. times.
COIN'S PALACE OF
1810 2d Ave.
4th and Brady.
Charles E, Hodgson,
American Ins. Co. ......Newark, N. J.
Continental v New, York
Agricultural ..........New York
Traders' Ids. Co. Chicago, HI
Union Ins. Co. ......Philadelphia, Pa
Rockford -Ins..Co. Rockford HI
Security Ins. Co. ...New Karen, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Hlinois.Rockford, HI
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
ss low as consistent with security.
SAFE ONES SCARCE
Mystery of Bishop Prevented
Rock Island from Winning
TEAM COMES HOME TOMOREOW
Springfield Claims Manager Don
nelly will take Team
1. W. L. Pet.
Iilooiniiiffton 44 28 1G .H3G
Kockford :5D 21 18 .5:JS
Decatur :$9 21 18 .5:!8
Cedar llapids 38 20 18 .526
llock Island 3D 20 1J .513
Davenport IS IS" .500
Spring-field JO 1G 24 .400
Dubuque 41 14 27 .341
Kock Island, 1; lUooininlun, 4.
Davenport, 'J; Dubuque, 3.
Decatur, G; Springfield, 4.
lioekford-Cedar Kapids, rain.
llooiiinytoii at Kock Island.
Davenport at Cedar Kapids.
Decatur at Spring-field.
Kockfortl at Dubuque.
liloominjrton, June 20. Yesterday's
victory by Blooming-ton was marked
by a peculiar play. In the fourth, af
ter two njen were on bases, Martin
drove a ball on a line past Graham.
The latter threw Jus irlove at the ball.
diverting' it away from Donnelly,
scoring- two men and putting Martin
on second. The features otherwise
were the pitching- of Bishop and sen
sational one-handed stops, two by Mc
Greevv and one bv King-. Score:
II. 11. P.
0 0 0
Green, rf ......
Kebsanien. lb ..
Yandine, 3b . , .
1 5 24 15 2
K. 11. P. A. E.
Herbert, 31 . . . .
Mullauey, lb ...
McGrcevy, 2b ..
Cassad'V, rf ....
'Totals ... r 4 52G"14- 1
Smilh out, hit by batted ball.
Score by innings;
Bloomington 0 1 0 2 0 10 0 4
Kock Island 10 00 000 001
Summary: Bases on balls off Bish
op 4, off Smith 1. Two-base hits Mul
lah ey, Martin. Three-base hit Donnelly.--
Double play Kebsanien-Van-dine.
Hit by pitched ball Dickey.
Struck out by Bish.'p 7, by Smith 3.
Left on bases Bloomington 2, Kock
Island S. Stolen bases Dickey, God
win, Cassady. Time 1:30. Umpire
Davenport 9, Dnbnqux 3.
Davenport won its fourth straight
game, outplaying the visitors. Ives
made two runs and batted in three
more. Charnier, from the Keokuk in
dependent team, has made good.
Davenport .. 1 1 4 0 0 1 0 2 9 11 0
Dubuque ..0200(H) 1 0 (V 3 7 2
' Batteries Deller- and- Lobeck; Kv
erett nnd Jameson.
SprlacfleUI 4 Decatur 0.
Decatur, June J20. After making
eight errors in two innings both
teams settled1 down and played good
ball, with Willis iuul Jacobsen in - a
pitching contest. Score:
Decat ur 1 4 10 0 0 0 0 6 7
Springfield 3 1 0 u 0 0 0 0 0 4 7 5
Batteries Jacobsen and Krebs;
Willis and! Beading.
Kockford. June 20. The Cedar Kap-ids-Kockford
game was postponed on
account of rain.
With Springfield Xoxt Tear.
A team of pennant-winuiug players
with Frank Donnelly as manager is
a role in next year's Three-Eye league
planned by the Springfield Baseball
association for its representatives on
Manager Donnelly, of the Bock Isl
and club, spent an hour in Springfield
yesterday and gave the fans some
thing to think about. In conference
with directors of the baseball associ
ation, Manager Donnelly made a ver
bal contract to sign with Springfield
as manager next season. It is under
stood that Donnelly can secure Ms
release from the Kock- Island manage
ment at the end of this season.
Upon Donnelly's recommendation,
McCafFerty, a pitcher who has worked
well with Bloomington previous sea
sons, was signedt to fini-sh the seascn
with Springfield. Negotiations f:r
signing McCafFerty have been on dur
ing the past week and Donnelly's cue
closed the deal. The new twirler will
H M W Perhaps they are sore anXwlV
1 VA U AjUTlCiS from constant coughing. How is
J this? Have you forgotten about
the cough medicine your grandmother gave you 50 years
ago, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral?... ... avSJiiSi
probably occupy the slab for Spring
field in Sunday's game. -
It is now practically settled that
some present player on the Spring
field team will be assigned manager
to replace Tcbeau, who is determined
to resign. Lyon, the second baseman,
is the choice of all local fans who have
seen him play. The deal to have Belt,
the crack catcher of the Blooming
ton team, as manager, was declared
off this morning. Directors of the as
sociation will likely notify Lyon of
his appointment as manager upon the
team's arrival here. Springfield News.
The Bloomington Pantagrnph says
of the playing of Kock Island in the
first game 'of the series: "The Kock
Island men were of a much more
amiable disposition than on their pre
vious visit, and at no time did Capt.
Donnelly show fight until Green let
Godwin's grounder go through him
with Herbert on first. Both men
made the circuit and won the game."
Belt, the Blotnnington catcher, who
is said to have been engaged to man
age the Springfield team, was at one
time coach of Illinois college at
Springfield. He has had experience as
manager. He handled the Galveston
team when it won a pennant audi was
manager of the Nashville team in the
Southern league when it finished sec
ond. The first game at Springfield will
be played this afternoon. The final
game of the series with Decatur was
transferred to that town to overcome
objections on the part of the league
management to the sale, of tickets
that had been started when President
Sexton reached that city, as a means
of helping to raise the fund. The
tickets were sold at a dollar apiece.
After the last game of Bock Island
at. Decatur, the Keview of that city
printed the following comment upon
the. luck of the Bock Island players:
yPeachie Graham on the looks of it
had a bad day, but while ho made
one inexcusable muff his other missed
chances were hard ones that bring
him no discredit. Callahan and Green
seem to be the unlucky members of
the Islanders team. Green has had
errors after noble efforts to get long
flies ami they have come at critical
times, and Callahan has seemed in
the whole series to get the short cud
of it in close decisions."
The Decatur Herald, commenting
upon the first game of the Springfield
series there that was lost to the vis
itors" says: "One of the mysteries of
baseball is the vay a team like De-
catur can plav a first class
stamLstill a lot of
thin like Kock Island to a
and then fall down be fort
castutTs like Springfield."
At Terre Haute they are deluding
themscles with the idea that they
have a hot weather team. Decatur
fans used to deceive themselves with
the same idea, but thev have got over
it. Between that and making excuse
frK r ball pia erx and cod iliifg-t hum
the game has not been helped here.
Ball players should, not be pets. They
are hired to play the game and should
be treated' as any other employ who
fails to come up to the standard.
Mike Birmingham, who played first
Tor Davenport in I'.'OI, is playing first
fur Peoria in the Western league.
Moriarity, who was with Kock Isl
and and Davenport last year and who
was given a trial recently by Kock
ford. has been released.
The Bennetts will cross bats with
the Standard ball team tomorrow af
ternoon. The game, originally sched
uled with the East End team of Mo-
line, was canceled by the latter.
Scores in the Itlr IBrom.
Chicago, June 20. Following are the
base ball scores:
League: At Philadelphia Cincinnati
, Philadelphia 3; at Boston Pittsburg
12, Boston 2.
.American: At Cleveland Boston .",
Cleveland .'I; at St. Ixniis Yashiuton
O, St. Louis 4: at Chicago Philadel
phia 1, Chicago 2: at Detroit New
York ), Detroit 7.
Association: At Ixmlsvllle Min
- nenpolis S. Louisville 0; at Columbus
Milwaukee 10, Columbus 13; at Indi
anapolis Bain: at Toledo Kan
sas City IS. Toledo 0.
Western: At Kansas City P'S
Moines ,1. Kansas City 0; at St. Jo
seph Omaha 4, St. Joseph 1; at Pe
oria Colorado Spilngs .", Peoria (
thirteen Innings; at Milwaukee Den
ver 2, Milwaukee 7. '
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held Tuesday, the 301h
day of June, 1003, in the city of Kock
Island, III., for the purpose of elect
ing one member of the beard of edu
cation of Kock Island school district.
The polling place for-said election
will be at Prick's livery stable, 1912
Third avenue. Which election will be
ojened at 8 o'clock in the morning
and continue open until 7 o'clock in
the afternoon of that flay.
The judges and clerks of election
residing in the first precinct- of the
Fourth ward will be the judges and
clerks for this election.
Kock Island, 111.. June 20, J 003.
WILLIAM M'CONOCIllE, Mavor.
Makes assimilation perfect, health3
blood, firm muscles, strong nerves.
Quickens the brain, makes and keeps
you well. Great medicine,. Pocky
Mountain Tea. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
ADOPT NEW RATES
Woodmen in Session at Indian-
polis Revise the Cost
IOWA PLAN FINALLY PEEVAILS
Special Committee Failed to Agree
and Blaiu Body Dealt withy
Indianapolis, Ind., June 20. The re
adjustment question up before the
Modiern Woodmen here was placed be
fore, the entire body of delegates last
night ami after a lengthy discussion
a table known as the Iowa plan, pro
viding for a graded increase in rates
from U5 to 100 per cent, was adopted.
The committee of 25 delegates, to
which the matter had been submitted,
reported in the beginning of the ev
ening's session that an agreement
could not be reached.
Goodrich, of Illinois, presented a
plan for a level increase of "0 per
cent, and Young, of Ohio, presented a
plan that the head officers had aj
pioved providing for an option on the
part of members giving them the priv
ilege of paying a level rate or step
rate with an increase of 2.1 per cent
or the continuation of the present
rates. The latter plan was defeated
2S0 to 171, and the Iowa plan was
adopted 215 to b5.
Next aieetlnsr at Milwaukee.
- Milwaukee was voted the next meet
ing place. It was decided to admit
Virginia. Kentucky, the District of Co
lumbia and Arizona. Tennessee, Tex
as. Arkansas and New Mexico were
rejected. The sum of $.10,000 whs vot
ed to help the flood sufferers in Kan
sas, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois and Ore
gon, the same to become axailable at
Girls' Band to Come.
Word has been received at the head
office that a portion of the Kansas
delegation to the head camp, together
with the girls band from Wet more, in
that state, that attracted so much at
tention at Indianapolis, will stop in
the city ou the way west and will
isit the head office between A and 0
THE WAY THEY FARM IN
THE MUSCATINE BOTTOMS
Some of the bottom lands that are
enriched bv such overflows as the one
now subsiding in the Mississippi are
prodigiously rich and will raise al
most anything at almo.-t any time. An
illustration of this is had in the story
of a Muscatine man whose veracity is
vouched for by the Muscatine Ncws
Tiibune. This is the way that paper
. "These are busy flays with the far
mers, it would seem.. A gentleman of
iin.Ioiibted veracity ami a close ob
server, relates that while driving
through Swcctland township yester
day he saw three men and a team
gathering last year's crop of standing
corn standing, mind you, not shock
edand not more than a rod off. in
the same field, were men engaged in
plowing and planting this year's crop,
while just across tiie road they were
cultivating and laying by corn, knee
high. Truly, Iowa is a great state,
and Muscatine the banner county in
more ways than one."
SLEEPY EYE FLOUR POPULAR
The Murtlu Wood Company of DMTenport
Ulntrlbatora for Trl-Cltle.
The Sleepy Eye Milling company, of
Sleepy Eye. Minn., manufacturers of
the celebrated Indian Head Cream
flour, has recently completed arrange
ments with the Martin-Woods com
pany, of Davenport, Iowa, to ffistrib
ufe this popular bran.l of flour an I
cereal products in the tri-cities ami
adjacent -territory, and in order that
all consumers may be able to buy
this Hour of their particular grocer,
we append a list of merchants who
now carry a stock and would be pleas
ed to have 3011 call upon them for the
purchase of a trial sack under our
guarantee, namely: "Sleepy I've flour
and cereals are guaranteed to be tlie
ln'st. you ever used, fir your money
cheerfully refunded, and you may
keep the goods without cost." If you
find' that your grocer does not han
dle our products, we should be pleas
ed to have him call or telephone the
Martin-Woods company, who will at
all times be pleased to furnish him at
the lowest possible cost consistent
with the quality of goods we furnish
and in such quantities as will meet
the merchant's requirements. Lc
nieniber, not only is the mervhant
protected under our guarantee, but
the consumer as well. "Value, after
all, is the trne test of cheapness."
C. W. llorton.
Georgo L. Schmidt.
Lange & Ileitman
C. M. Gannon.
llogers & to.
1. A. J)anielson & Son.
Clement & Diedrich.
L. C. Tf oh.
W. II. Dean.
A. P. llartz.
O. J. Sala.
C. ll. Seiflel.
t's a mistake to imagine that itck
PiU's : .can't be cured; a mistake. to
suffer a day locger than you can help.
Doan's Oiutn ent brings instant relief
and. permanent cure. At any drug
stcre, 50 cents.
SAID TO BE PLANNING TO
DOUBLE TRACK TO DES MOINES
! According to a report afloat in rail
road circles and which fimls confir
mation by the statements of Des
Moines contractors, the Kock Island
will soon have a double track the en
tire distance between Chicago and
Des Moines. The company has sent
a party of engineers out to report
how much grading will be necessary
to double track the line from Iowa
City to Grinuell and are row asking
bids from Des Moines contractors on
The main line from Chicago to Iowa
City was double tracked some time
ago. The extension to Grinnell. a dis
tance of f6 miles, will leave only H
miles between Valley Junction and
Chicago with a single track. It is ex
pected that the company will endeav
or to have the work completed this
y u miner.
MRS. RICE ENTERTAINS IN
HONOR OF MISS CLAIRE RICE
Mrs. M. C. liice entertained a party
of about thirty ladies at her resi
dence fn Twentieth street yesterday
afternoon in honor of her sister-in-law.
Miss Claire liice, who is to be
married to Jacob 15. Simn i June .'J'.i.
The parlors were prettily deceratesl
with pink and green as the prominent
colors. The feature tf the affair was
the reading of descriptions written
by the guests cf f'e arri
val of the bridc-tf I : ?" l.cr
new home. Mrs. L. Simt n, of thi - city,
and Miss I'.ettye Adler. of Davenport,
were voted the prizes for the best
June t0. Charles J. Stein to W. O.
Stein, undiv. '., w'j. lot block .'!, W.
11. Edwards' add.. Moline. $1.
William Jackson, et al., to Gust
Sauiuelson. lot 7, block II. Third Wheel
oek Fifteenth street add., Moline,
Cnited States to
John M. Walker,
nw ',. lie',. 10, 2e.
Cnited States to John
I'nited States to
sw 'j, se4, is, V.). He
Joint M. Walker,
Driven to Desperation.
Liing in an out of the way place,
remote from civilization, a family is
often driven to desperation In case of
accident, resulting in burns, cuts,
wounds, ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply
of llucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the
best on earth; 25 cents, at llartz &
L'llemevcr's drug store.
To call sharp attention to our
new location, we name a few
items for Friday and Saturday
onlv that will interest shrewd
buvers. The shoes mentiincd
below are all new. frcdi goods,
most of them put in stock this
week. Nf old odds ami ends fir
out-of-date Lrotds- in this sale.
Child's genuine dongola shoes.
light, flexible soles, TP
sizes 0 tf, S OC
Child's genuine dongola s-hocs,
light, flexible soles, QQr
sizes S'- to 11 OiC
T Misses genuine dongola shoes.
ligtit, flexible soles, QQ
sizes 11 3 to 2 xJ OC
75ie a.bove shoes a.re
especially well mok.de
and are guaranteed to
give good wear.
Young women's low heel shoes,
nice, plump kid stock, patent
tip, medium heavy extension
sole, sizes 'Zy2 to 0, 1 QQ
good value at IiOw
Men's "Hot Shot" all solid satin
calf shoes, other shoe dealers
are quoting no better slux tit
$1.50; our 1 no
Little gent's genuine dongola
shoes, strictly all solid ami eas
ily worth a quarter more, sizes
10 to 12 1 in
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.
lLock Island V 111.
.goM-H. .frM-M. H-M-I- 'I-I-M".
They're Here For You to See,
t We'll Comfort
OUTING SHIR.TS, t
OUTING UNDER WEAR, 1
WE SELL THE
I "Loig!ey" Slimmer Hods,
X T5he Correct Outfitters.
How Mvich Do
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lynde block, Koom 88. Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. ani
S itui day evenings. Telephone west 1514. New telephone GOU
Gold Crown Dental Parlors
Third Avenue and Seventeenth Street. Hock Iland.
New phones, hoi.se .W9S, office i'M'J;
Waverly Electric Automobiles.
Severev.1 Good Second-Ha-nd Gasoline
and Steam Automobiles a.t a Low Price.
303-515 Wejrt Second St.. Davenport
Dr. S. H. MILLER.. M. D. V.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
Graduate cf .McKillip's Veterinary College, Chicago, HI.
Office and Veterinary Hospital
a J 25 Trl t'db, Kcfc Irlantl, Jll..s Kealdenen 1812 rcartta Ano
OfUce hours 7 to 8 m.. t to 2 i. in., 7 to 10 p. m. Central Phones: Office 1408
West, Residence 1C61 WeW Union PbOJes: Office &"07, heoideace 637
We want to supply you the money
you are needing. We want you to re
pay it on terms convenient and agree
able to you. We are confident we can
satisfy you if we can gf t together ard
talk the matter over. Wi. will tell you
the most a loan will cost you for any
given time am!' you can make it less
by paying before due. We arrange
these loans by taking a V' n on your
furniture, piano, horses, wag: "s it
other personal property, without re
moving same from vour 1 ossession.
Amounts from $10 - pwaio 'I he
transaction is str'ctly a eonlidei.tial
one and can be ar ang"tl on . hort no
tice without in.?:iyii"g formalities.
Let us tell you more ab- rt it.
The Painless Der.tal Specialists
Or Money Resunded
office old phone, brown G17. All work
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