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TirC AUtttJS WEDNESDAY JTUIE: 1, 1903.
Notliinj? better than
this. Uho it proper
ly and it will posit
ively drive out and
keep out all roaches,
hugs, ants and every
form of insect life.
Sample free if you
have never tried it.
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C. U. 1071 West. Ind 6071
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when you want a cool and refreshing
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specialty of orange, lemon, pineapple
and wild cherry phosphates, as they
are made of the purg fruit.
Try Our Barkery Lunch
Tea, Coffee or Cocoa, with ham sand
wiches, cakes or pastry.
Our sherbets, fruit ices, ice cream
and glaees are rich, tiive u. your
pastry order and we will be sure and
Fancy Kakery ami (.'-onfectionary.
Old and New Phones. 1716 Second Ave
Yes, just warm enough for a
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'!oda with pure fruit juices at
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g it to be pure and wholesome
and we are sure it will please
A We also have a choice line of
cakes fresh at all times.
COIN'S PALACE OF $
SWEETS ' X
1810 2d Ave. 4th and Brady.
ROCK ISLAND. D A V EN POST. Z
Tried and not found
Cincho -Relief Tonic
Colic. Cramps, Chills
At all Druggists. 25 cents
Getraloe stamped C C C Never sold fa balk.
Beware of tae fieaier wno tries to sen
"something just toad."
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American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders! Ins. Co Chicago, IU.
Union Ins. Co. ......Philadelphia, Pa.
Itbckford Ins. Co Rockford, 111.
Security Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn.
Ids. Co. State of Illinois. Rockford, IU.
Office, room 3, Buf ord block. Kates
M low as consistent with security.
THIRTEEN TO BAD
Rock Island Sail Tossers Submit
to Another Defeat From
TRI0K TURNED BY LOOSE WORK
New Players Arrive atntl Other
on the Way 8oiu'
22 , .532
Davenport . .
Rock Island .
Kock Islaml, 1; Springfield, 4.
Rockford, (5; Davenport, 5.
Decatur, 9; Bloomington, 3.
Dubuque-Cedar Rapids, rnin.
Springfield at Kock Island.
Davenport at Rockford.
I'.Ioomington at Decatur.
Cedur Rapids at Dubuque.
Well, we made it thirteen. The team
that represents Kock Island just at
puresent succeeded in handing the
senators the fourth straight game
yesterday at ihe Twelfth stivct puk.
The last column in the tabulated iC re
tells the story. -Another combination
in the lineup was tried yesterday.
Donnelly covering second, I'M Smith
was sent t center and Creeii was
put in right, but it did not have the
desired effect on the error column
for they came as thick and fast as of
yore. The game was poorly play1
and had' there been more hitting- it
would have developed into a farce.
Springfield got one in the first.
Donahue walked and after Kinloek
had fanned, Caffryn touched Case for
a single, Lyons reached first on a
fielder's choice. With Wenig at the
bat, Lyons started to steal, O'Lcary
threw to Case ami CalTryn who was
on third, started for home, and would
have been caught if he hadn't knocked
the ball out of Danny's hand. Wenig
flew to tiraham.
The senators cinched another in
the third. After Willis ami Donahue
were down, Kinloek hit down nwar
second, was safe on an error, and
short It after walketl down to that
cushion. CatTryn poked out the neces
sary single and Kinloek scored. Lyons
was out, Case to Kebsa inert.
Cm Crew Sick
Case retired in the fourth on ac
count of sickness ami Cadwallader
went to the slab. Wenig touched him
for a single; Heading forced Wenig to
second. While McClintoek was strik
ing out, Heading attempted to steal
and was successful, taking third also
when O'Lcary threw the ball to center
field to catch him. Cadwallader was
obliging enough to make a wild pitch
just at this juncture anil Heading
came trotting home, licit hit to Gra
ham and beat out- the ball, but was
called out for turning the wrong way.
The locals presented the senators
with another in the fifth. After two
were down. Willis scored on a wild
pitch by Cadwallader. This ended the
scoring for the visitors.
The home team secured their lone
run in the fourth inning. Green hit
for three bases, Rebsauien knocked a
long fly to Wenig and Green came
home. It looked as if we were going
to get another, but a double play,
McClintoek to Donahue killed our
chances. In the fifth with three men
on. bases and two out Green might
have won the game but what's the
use. Here's the way the scorer got
ROCK ISLAND A.B.II. II. I A. E
E. Smith, cf 4 4 0 0 0 0 0
Donnelly, 2b 3 0 0 2 1 1
Graham, ss 4 0 0 3 3 1
Green, rf 3 1 10 0 1
Hebsamen, lb 4 0 1 12 1 0
Dickey, rf 3 0 1 " 1 0 0
Yandfne, 3b 4 0 0 2 1 3
O'Lcary, c 3 0 1 ti 2 3
Case, p 3 0 1 1 0 0
Cadwallader, p ...... 1 0 0:0 1 0
Totals 32 1 5 27 9 9
SPKIXGFIELD . A.B. R. II, P. A. K
Donahue, 3b .' ..3 0 0 2 3 0
KJnlock, cf : . . . .: 4 1 0 2 0 0
Caffryn, If 3 1 2 4. 11
Lyon, 2b 4 Xt 9 2 3 0
Wenig, rf ...3 0 11 0 0
Heading, c 4 115 0 0
McClintoek, ss 4 0 0 2 1 1
Belt, lb 4 0 2 9 0 2
Willis, p 3 1 0 0 2 0
Totals 32 4 6 27 10 4
Score by innings:
Hock Island 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Springfield , 1 01 1 1000 04
Two-base hits Cadwallader, Belt.
Three-base hit Green. Double play
McClintock-Donahue. Bases on balls
Willis, 5; Case, 1; Cadwallader, 1.
Struck out Case, 4; Cadwallader, 2;
rgt4 JtTa.it hjful -tfert)ice
With yesterday The Argus Faithful
Service content, undertaken for the
purpose of learning who in Rock Island
county has longest been employed at
a given line of labor under a given
management and to bestow upon such
person a gold watch came to an end.
Today the evidence , submitted by
the contestants showed that Peter
Hanson, of Moline, for 45 years an
employe of the 1 kirn art! & Leas Manu
facturing company ami the firms that
'preceded it in the management of the
same business, is entitled to receive
the gold watch offered.
As stated at the opening of the con
test. The Argus believes, that in the
rapid changes that take place nowa
days too little recognition is given to
those qualities that enable one to
faithfully discharge in a conscientious
manner day after day and year after
year those duties f a more or less
hiimhre nature which, after all, make
up the sum and substance of the
world's real progress. With this idea
in view the contest that has now end
ed was undertaken and carried out.
The contest was begun March t and
there were over twenty bona fide en
tries, in addition to several whose
names were submitted ami who were
disqualified under the terms announc
ed in the beginning. Those entered
have been employed from' compara
tively short terms to periods over 40
years in length, three being found be-
Wild pitch-Cadwallader, 2.
10. Umpire Lewiuson.
Kock ford 0. Davenport
Rockford. July 1. Hard hitting,
eoupletl with errors by 1 lines, gave
Hockford three runs in the ninth,
making the score a tie. The locals
won out in the 10th on a single by
Hess, a two-bagger by Meek and Kil
I inn's fly to center. The local club
has released Second Baseman Pollock
and signed Gene Shour, an outfielder.
Hockford 0000 1 0 0 1 3 1 ft 8 2
Davenport 000002 2 100 5 12 I
Batteries Owens, BeeJlcs and
Meek; Jones and Lobeck.
l)watnrO UloomlaKtuu 3.'
Decatur, July 1. Decatur took an
other game from the leaders, Wci
ganil pitching a good game. Smith
was taken out at the end of the third
i Hiring. Score:
Bloomington . . .0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 3 6 2
Decatur 305 00 1 00 9 15 4
Batteries Weigand and Krebs;
Smith, Barker and Herbert.
Dubuque, July 1. Haiti prevented
the game yesterday.
Walter Crum. the newlj- signed out
fielder, has arrived and went into this
afternoon's game. Cadwallader ami
(reen have been given releases and
will wear Hock Island uniforms no
more. Hugh Ijilly is expected here
tomorrow. He lias been playing on
an independent team in Iowa and
is waiting for his pay. Hansom, the
former Davenport catcher, is expect
ed on an afternoon train, as is Gor
man. Beatty is expected tonight.
All these men come highly recom
mended' and results are expected in
time to prevent the team from reach
ing bottom. No further changes will
be aniiounceil. until the new men ar
rive, as otherwise those about to be
released would not put any work into
Soorea In the Ills Leaarar.
Chicago. July 1. Following are the
base ball scores:
League: At B.ooklyn Pittsburg 17,
Brooklyn M; at Philadelphia Chicago
7, Philadelphia 2; at Boston Cincin
nati 4, Boston 7; at New York St.
Louis 4. New York '2.
American: At St. Louis New York
2, St. Louis 1; at Detroit Washing
ton 0, Detroit 8; at Cleveland Phila
delphia 3, Cleveland 4; at Chicago
Boston 3. Chicago 10.
Association: At Indianapolis Co
lumbus ". Indianapolis 3; at Minneapo
lisSt. Paul 5, Minneapolis 8; at Mil
waukee Kain; at Toledo Louisville
t, Toledo L
Western: At Kansas City St. Jo
seph 2, Kansas City 15; nt Peoria
Milwaukee 3, Toledo 2; at Des Moines
Omaha 1, Des Moines 4; at Colorado
Springs Denver 2, Colorado Springs 3.
GROWING- IN POPULARITY.
The More Feople Know Newbro'a Ilerpi-
cide the Better They Like It.
The more it becomes known the
beter it is liked. One bottle sells two,
and these two sell four. Newbro's
Herpicide is what we are talking
about. It cleans the scalp of all dand
ruff and destroying the cause, a lit
tle germ,, or parasite, prevents the re
turn of dandruff. As a hair dressing
it is delightful, it ought to be found
on every toilet table. It steps falling
hair, and prevents baldness. It should
be used occasionally as a preventive
to protect the scalp from a new in
vasion of the dandruff microbe. Sold
by leading druggists. Send 10c in
stamps for sample to the Herpicide
company, Detroit, Mich. For sale by
T. H. Thomas, druggist.
The best vegetable pills you
can buy are Ayer's Pills.
And the best Sarsaparilla is
Ayer's. Two grand family
a . r . r . ,7
WPon by "Peter ELanson
sides Mr. Hanson who have worked
for given firms over two-score years.
Mr. Hanson, however, has a record of
mploymcnt two years longer than
his nearest competitor.
'die contest has been the means of
bringing to light many interesting
cn.ses) in which persons have done a
given work in many instances with-
PETE II HANSON.
Winner in The Argus Faithful Service
out a singU break for long periods of
years. Thee have been referred to
from time to time. The records
shown are the more remarkable in
view of the fact that, this community
is comparatively speaking a young
;ne. There are very few firms doing
business now that were in business 40
years ago. the more important indus
tries having in the main been cstal
lished within the past 30 years. Then
the community, particularly the ur
ban community, where the industries
whose employes figure in a contest of
this sort, have been largely made up
luring the past 30 years by persons
removing here from other parts of
the country. Thus the number of en
tries in the Argus contest was neces
sarily less than it would liau been
had the community been longer es
tablished. flan Maojr Old Km ploy
Of the firms whose employes were
entered in the contest the Barnard fc
Leas Manufacturing company, where
Mr-. Hanson is employed, proves to
have by far the greatest number of
old employes. They include, in addi
tion to Mr. Hanson, 1. VI. I.indstrom,
employed 37 years; Ed Moran, 33
years; Hen 1oiig. :0 years; Charles El
lison, 29 years; Kirk Vincent, 2S years;
Jdin Dahms. 20 years; H. Einfcldt.27
years, and Swan Berklund and Henry
Brock, 25 years. Among others whose
terms of service are worthy of note may
be mentioned W. S. Spaulding. for 43
years blacksmith for the Keck Island
road; H. I). Kendall, for 43 years an
employe of Weyerhaeuser .v Dcnk
ni;inn; Jacob Schillingcr. 43 years
w ith the Coal Valley Mining company ;
L. L. McCoy, of Moline, for 3u years
machinist for Williams tv White; Hen
ry B. Truxell. of Mol'nv. for 37 years
with the Moline Plow company; Hen
ry Brunswick. 35 years coachman and
gardener in the Cable family: Hev. T.
IS. Johnson, 3S years pastor of the
Edging! on I'resbylerian church; W.
J. Pratt. 37 years a uioldcr at, Hock
I .viand arsenal; J. W. Welch, for 35
years tiaveling salesman and buyer
for Henry Dart's Sons; E. H. Berry, of
this city, 33 years employed in the
painting department of the Molijie
Wagon company; Aid. A. G. Ander
son, 30 years connected with the Au
gustana Io,k Concern; H. C. Wilier
ton, 30 years clerk at the llarjH-r, and
a number of others."
The watch that goes to the winner
is a handsome solid gold-cased afTair
fit in every way to be a source of
pride to its owner and a treasured
heirloom in future years to his de
scendants. It will be suitably engrav
ed and Mr. Hanson will receive it this
Mr. Hantoo'a Career.
Peter Hanson, of 121S Fourth ave
nue, Moline, whose record entitles
him to the award in The Argus Faith
fid Service contest, lnis a record
which is not only a just source of
pride to himself, but one in which
his employers take a lively interest
as well. For 45 years he has been at
work for the establishment now or
ganized as the Barnard & Leas Manu
facturing company of Moline, a rec
ord of faithful service seldom dupli
cated in this shifting age. In all he
has been-a resident of Moline for 49
years, almost f?3ialf a century, every
year of which, with the exception of
the first four, he has been in the em
ploy of the one concern, he having
survived all changes of management.
Immigrated In 1834.
Mr. liaison was born in Sweden,
iear the little town of ChristianstaJ,
Sept. 21, 182S. When 2ft years old he
determined to leave the farm ami try
his fortune in Ihe United States. He
left Cottenburg in June, 1854, and af
ter six weeks and two days on the
ocean in the sailing vessel "C.reat
Britain" arrived safely at Boston
Aug. 2. He left there nt once for
Hock Island, arriving in this city Aug.
13, the railroad trip in those days be
ing a laborious undertaking, the ISock
Island haing then been in operation
less than n year. He secured work in
Moline ami his boarding place in lot
2, block 28, of the old town of Moline,
was in the same block where he later
built the home he now lives in at 1213
Ills First Work.'
He secured a position in the saw
mill of Pitts, Cilbert & Pitts and
worked there until 1S5S. One May
morning in that year high water in
vaded the precincts of the mill and
it was swept away. Mr. Hanson then
went to work at once for the chair
factory of Sears S- Worden. the em
bryo of the present Barnard V Leas
company. These two gent lemen were
operating the factory as the assignees
of McCollough v Co. Later they
sold out to Hemenvay& Nason. The
old shop was located at the corner of
what Is now Third avenue -and Fif
teenth street, where the shops of the
Moline Plow company now stand. 11.
A. Barnard then secured an interest
in the concern and other capital came
in, the style of the company becoming
Ilfinonway, Wickoft Sr Co.
Kemovert to Vrvuml Loetitlon.
On the retirement of Mr. llemen
way from an active interest, the brick
building of the tub ami pail factory
at Ihe corner of Fourth avenue and
Twentieth street was purchased and
the shop was moved to its present lo
cation, this being late in the 00's. Tin
name then became Wickolf & Barn
ard. Later Mr. WickofT sold out and
the Leas interests came in with the
present name of Barnard & Leas. Mr.
Hanson, as the company's oldest em
ploye, became a great friend of the
elder Barnard and has a fund of anec
dotes at his command in regard to the
old days of the concern and its vari
ous interest holders.
Now Operate Punch.
Mr. Hanson is now running small
perforating machinery on the third
Hour of the factory. This work was
given him on the recommendation of
H. A. Hai'iiard, as the lighter
work does not tell on his strength.
Previous to that time he operated all
manner of machinery in the wood
working departments, and when in
the saw-mill serxed at his present line
of work for 30 years. He gets up at 5
o'clock in the morning, works 10
hours ami enjoys life in a simple and
unpretentious manner. He attrib
utes 75 years of health to frugal liv
ing a ml regnla r hours. He has praet ical
ly never been sick and is always at his
place when the whistle blows in the
An Active Church Member.
He has been a member of the Swed
ish Lutheran church of Moline for AO
years and has held various positions
of trust in connection with it. He was
deacon ami trustee for manv vears
and when the large new church was
built he was the treasurer. During
his service in that capacity
handled thousands of dollars
of church money with nexer a devia
tion of a penny in his accounts. He
was married June ". ISfto, to Miss Car
rie Youngren. She was born in 1 S4 1,
and to them three children were born,
one of whom, Nellie, survives. She is
the wife of L. O. Egle, the proprietor
of the Bee Hive store on Fourth ave
nue in the McKinnie block. Moline.
We have several lines of canvas
shoes, men's Oxfords, etc., that
we must clean up this week.
Note the following extraordi
narily low prices:
Boys' and youths1 canvas shoes,
lcst oak soles, formerly 5Q0
sold at fl, this week.. OiJC
Men's canvas Oxfords, n
leather soles TC
Men's velour Oxfords, welf soles,
formerly sold at f 3 50, Q flft
. this week .......... U U
Men's patent colt Oxfords, in
narrow widths only, formerly
$1, this week 2 50
Men's button tan shoes, former
ly sold at $3.50. nar- C(
ro v wid lis only, at . . I O U
Small lot children's tan shoes,
sizes 8 to 11, sold for- MQ
merly at$1.40,thls week T"JC
1705 Second Ave.
C. C. Trent. Mgr.
FLock Island V IU.
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
Time - tried Com
Hates as lot as
any. reliable com
pany can afford.
" - Your patronage is
I" "I"!"!!1 I"I"W"X I"X "I X"
ID) M4 Miss ,TMs.
From Ovir Former Low Prices.
t Ground Glesxr -
t JThori 'Pant? jTziitj.
25 Per Gent Discount.
NO OLD GOODS HERE.
1724 Second Avenue.
-iTtTT. AJj,jt, .TTTmI
How Mvich Do
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lynde block, Room 38. Ollic hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. ani
Saturday evenings. Telephone west 1514. New telephone 6011
Gold Crown Dental Parlors
Third Avenue and Seventeenth Street. Rock Island.
4 WHEN OFF DUTY....
Davis Block. Old Thone 1143. "evv
2 . "V" V? LMJHXSil
4 ? I iV ltjSl
ip Sale on. all
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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 ca:i get together anil
talk the matter over. We will tell you
the most a loan vill cost you for any
given time and you can make it less
by paying before due. We arrange
these Joans 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 ln arranged on short no
tice without annoying formalities.
Let us tell you more about it.
The Painless Dental Specialists
good liquor will soon banish the y
fatigue of "the strenuous life," 2
nn(i for the convalescent its morns
ed. At Simon Lewis' only the very
. . . . ..
best graces oi wines, orauuies ami
bitl. iOiL 'in wii t ri II f I ll II PVITV
hot tie is given our guarantee of
its age, absolute purity and brand.
RETAIL LIQUOR STORE.
Market Square, cor. Seventeenth
Street and Third Avenue.
should be attended to now. Our
facilities for repairing or renew
ing old work are exceptionally
good. Our workmen are skilled in
their trade and experienced in all
matters pertaing to water backs.
Heaters for steam or hot water
and household work generally.
6148. 112 West Seventeenth St.