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TTLC AB&TJSi "WEDNESDAY, JVJuY 22, 1903.
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Our Uesorein Tonic is of the
greatest potency in preventing'
fulling hair, relieving seaip itch,
curing dandruff and promoting
growth of the hair, providing
the roots are not dead. Its in
gredients are purely vegetable,
absolutely harmless to the scalp.
Those who have used it without
reserve, declare it to be the
finest preparation of the kind
that 'they have ever used. It
isalso an excellent hair dressing.
. Harper House
H. O. ROLFS,
C. U. 1071 West. Ind. 6071
There Is No Place Like
when you want a cool and refreshing
glass of SODA WATE1J. We make a
specialty of orange, lemon, pineapple
and wild cherry phosphates, as they
are made of the pure fruit.
Try Our Bo.kery Lunch
Tea, Coffee or Cocoa, with ham sand
wiches, cakes or pastry.
, Our sherbets, fruit ices, ice cream
and places are rich, (live us your
pastry order and we will be sure and
Fancy Bakery and Confectionary.
Old and New l'hones. 1716 Second Ave
Yes, just warm enough for a
glass of that delicious ice cream
;oda with pure fruit juices at
Coin's Palace of Sweets. Try
our ice cream for y6ur 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.
JOHN VOLK & CO..
Also Manufacturers of Sash Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of All
' Dealers in
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Glass, Polished Flate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
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Genuine stamped C C C Never sold in balk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something Jest s gooAS
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental -....New York
Agricultural New York
Traders Ins. Co Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
Roekford Eos. Co Rockford, 111.
Fecurity Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn.
Ins. To. State of Illinois. Rockford, HI.
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
M low s consistent with security.
GET OUR REVENGE
Locals Obtained Satisfaction
for Monday's Defeat Yes
terday; AYALOCHE OF HITS AUD RUNS
Visiting Pitchers Proved Easy While
Case Kept the Came Well
IV W. L. IV t.
Bloomiifjrton 72 41 28 ..(HI
Decatur 60 :jo ;?o -.303
Davenport . G 3."j 31 .530
Kockford 70 .'55 33 .50(1
Cedar Rapids C 32 31 .IS5
Hock Island 31 35 .470
Dubuque 70 31 3'J .413
SprinyTu Id CJ 27 42 .'Ml
Rock Island, 16; Dubuque, 3.
Rloomiiifjtcn, 7; Davenport, 5.
Decatur, lO; Kockford, 3.
Sprinytield, ; Cellar Kapids, 7.
Roekford at Rock Island."'
Davenport at Springlleld.'
Dubuque at Decatur.
Cedar Rapids at Hlooinitigton.
Rock Inland evened up 'with Du
buque for Monthly's defeat yesterday
afternoon on a grand scale and when
the finoke of battle had cleared away
the score board told a tale of 16 to 3
in favor of the home crew. The hit
ting1 of the locals was chietly respon
sible -for thi. pleasant roult. though
Dubuque made numerous errors. A.
Smith was batted out of the box
the third inning. Rock Inland then
making six hits and five runs otf him.
Kverett succeeded him on the tiring
line, but his fate was little better, for
in the eighth Rock Island had anoth
er attack of the batting malady and
during the course of that eventful in
ning scored' six more runs. Case was
very effective and allowed the up
river men but six ?afe connections
of willow and leather.
Don nelly Iops Gootl Work.
Manager Donnelly, in the center
garden, gave as pretty an exhibition
in that position as has been seen here
during the season. He made four
put-outs in all. two of which seemed
almost impossible as they were long
and far to the.side. Dubuque started
the game in the same rushing manner
that broke Rock Island down Mon
day. Two scores were made almost
before, the game was commenced,
both Lippert and Jameson tallying.
Krrors by Vandine and Ulster were
responsible. Donnelly brought a t n 11
for Rock Island in the tirst giTng'ty
base on McW'right's error and scoring
on Kverett's ernr. O'Leary scored in
the second inning after his two-bagger,
on Dickey's hit. In the third in
ning Dubuque was mired and was
never able to pull out while the game
lasted. Craham, first to bat, struck
out. but Vandine. Lister, O'Leary and
Martin pounded out hits in succession,
all scoring, Martin running' in after
Dickey's caught Hy. Case jollied
things along with a two-bagger and a
moment later scored on C ruin's hit,
bringing in the fifth run for the in
ning. Crum was caught stealing to
second, and Dubuque went to bat and
managed to get V. Smith around the
The Story of a
The American Steam Laundry has
just added a piece of machinery to
its already complete plant that is
little short of a marvel in its way.
Without any doubt 'this is the most
remarkable and most expensive ma
chine of its kind in this section of the
country. (Quality of the work was
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AMERICAN LAUNDRY'S NEW MANGLE.
the first consideration in purchas
ing this mangle. It finishes the goods
on both sides with one operation and
its capacity is only limited by the
dexterity of the operator. The ma
chine can be set at four different
speeds, according to the thickness
and quality of poods. Its capacity is
unlimited, turning out sheets, table
cloths, pillow cases, etc., dry and
ironed, as fast as the operator can
feed them into the machine.
Today the American-laundry is rec
ognized as the acme of perfection in
modern laundry work, and its growth
and popularity have been progressive
take much of it to stop falling'of the hair, to make the hair
grow, or to, restore color to gray hair. j. c. Iyer c".tOTnrkw
bags with the assistance of a two
bagger and a hit. .
Two More Rani
Two more runs wereadded to the
rapidly increasing Rock Island total
in the. fourth inning, when Graham
hit and scored, w ith Vandine, on . er
rors by Kverett and A. Smith. Dickey
went to , base in the .fifth on Hughes'
error and ran .in, after stealing two
bases, on Case's caught fly. Until the
eighth inning no more tally making
was indulged in, but during that in
terval the entire Rock Island team
batted around and when the last man
had been retired, a total of six more
runs had teen registered. .Dickey
started out by going to first on
Smith's error. A moment later Case
was1 hit by a pitched ball, while Crum
hit and filled the bases. Donnelly
next stepped to the 'plate and sent it
far enough to enable him to locate
first, while the Dubuque team was
trying to shut off the runners at the
plate. They were unsuccessful in this,
as Dickey ami Case went home. (Ira
ham's hit brought in frtii.ii and Don
nelly and he followed soon on Yan
dine's prosperous three-bagger. Lis
ter went out at first, but Vandine tal
lied. O'Leary hit and was caught try
ing to steal second. Martin went out
on Carr's throw to first, and from the
local standpoint the game was over,
as Dubuque was soon again blanked.
ROCK ISLAM). A. 15. R. II. T. A E
Crum. If ........... 3 1 2 2 0 1
Donnelly, cf 5 2 1 4 0 0
Craham, ss 5 2 2 1 0 1
Vandine, 3b 5 3 3 1 0 1
Lister, 2b 5 1 1 0 4 1
O'Leary. c r, 2 3 K 1 1
Martjn, if 5 1 12 0 0
Dickey, lb 4 2 10 0 0
Case, p 3 2 1 0 3 0
.. 40 16 ir, 7 8 5
, A. 1 1. R. H. I. A. K
.la meson, lb
Kverett, if and p
Mucklestone. If ....
McAVright, 3b ......
A. Smith, p and rf . .
3 6 21 10
Score by innings:
Rock Island .....1 1 5 2 1 0 0 6 16
Dubuque , 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3
Struck out Case. 7; Smith, 4. Hit
by pitcher Crum (2), Case. Double
play Hughes-f arr-.Taiueson,' Carr (un
assisted.) Two-base hits O'ljeary.
Case. V. Smith, Donnelly. Three-bast?
hit Vandine. I'm pi re McNamara.
Illootnloarton 7. Davenport 5.
Dloomington, July 22. Rlooming
ton found Jones easy picking and also
profited by his wildness. lie was bat
ted much harder than the score
shows, sensational support cutting otf
many apparently safe drives. Rishop
wa.s in great form, but his supftort
wasj poor at times. Score: ? r r
Dloomington 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 1 -7 rt a
Davenport 0003 0 100 1 5 7 1
Ratterie lihop and Donovan;
Jones and Lobeck.
Irtur lO. Kockford 3.
Decatur, July, 22. Decatur took the
second game, of the series from Rock
ford, batting Owens freely. Hess went
in to stop the run getting. Score:
Decatur .11114 11 010 15 3
Rockford 0 0OO0O111 3 'J 1
Ratteries Weigand and Krebs;
Owens and Meek.
Springfield H. Oclar lUpl(l) 7.
Springfield, July 22. After playing
seven inning; of listless ball Spring
field jumped into the game ami bat-
and unwavering. Reginning in a small
way a few years ago. its proprietors
have surmounted one by one the
obstacles with which they were con
fronted and converted their laundry
into a scientific plant without an
equal in the tri-cities. o order is
too small to receive their immediate
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.'"i"""f V: - Pi t'.' ' i. '."'" t
attention; none so large that they
cannot handle it promptly and turn
it out in a few hours perfectly finish
ed. Their policy is to do the best
work at living prices rtnd to do work
which is entirely satisfactory to their
customers, which accounts for' the
fact that they still have customers
who started with them three years
ago. They have both 'phones, and a
call on either one. will be promptly
attended to. The ladies of Rock Isl
and who are interested in sanitary and
up-to-date laundry work are invited
to visit their plant and view the latest
Ayer's Hair Vigor is .the. most
economical preparation of its
kind on the market. It doesn't
ted 'out'' seven runs in tire' last two,
winning the game. Crangle succeeded
Willis on the slab in the fifth inning.
Springfield 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 3S J3 3
Cedar Rapids ...101 2030007 10 4
Ratteries Crangle, Willis and licit;
Pelty, McCristal and Hansen.
Notes of the Diamond-
Umpire Robbie Cox evidently staid
with the refractory funs of Iiirming
hara "till he converted them;, although
his opening there was rather strenu
ous. When he left for another South
ern league town the Birming
ham Age -Herald banded him the
following mixed bouquet: "Um
pire Cox left" for Shrcveport
last night in a good humor.
Whiltt he felt badly about his treat
ment on his first appearance, he said
he had no prejudice against the I'.ir
miugham team and would give them
a square deal wherever he met them.
There is no room for argument about
Cox being a good umpire, but he has
an unpleasant manner that don't set
well on short acquaintance. He says
he was formerly a stone cutter, and
while acting as boss h- got into that
way of ordering peeple about. Rail
players and stone cutters look alike
to Cox. When he gets n the field he
is boss of all he surveys, and if any
body is in doubt he don't hesitate to
put them next. He knows the game
and makes comparatively few errors."
MnoriNi la the Wg Iraieiiri,
Chicago. July --. Following are the
base ball scores:
League: At Rrooklyn New York 1,
Hrooklyn 4; ut St. Lou! Cincinnati
4. St. Louis o: at Chicago Pittsburg
1, Chiingo ."; at Philadelphia Rain.
American: At Washington Chicago
7. Washington 1U; at Philadelphia
St. Louis 0, Philadelphia 1; (second
gamei St. Louis 'A. Philadelphia 11: at
New York Cleveland 3. New York 1;
et Roston Weather.
Association: At Kansas City To
ledo 7, Kansas City ; (second game)
Toledo 4. Kansas City 13; at Milwau
kee 'olumbtis '2. Milwaukee 3; at St.
Paul Indianapolis (!. St. Paul !: at
Minneapolis Louisville 2. Minneapo
lis Western: At Omaha Peoria
Omaha 12; at IVnv e; -Kansns City
2. Denver 8; at Colorado Springs
St. Joseph 0, Colorado Springs 4
ten Innings; at Ies Moines Milwau
kee 3, Dee Moines 11.
MB. CARNEGIE DID NOT
GIVE STERLING ENOUGH
Sterling's library board has decided
to ask Andrew Carnegie for an addi
tional $.".0O to complete its building
donated by the philanthropist. The
same difficulty as was experienced in
some of the other tons about here
has been met at Sterling and it is
discovered that the' building as de
signed will cost more than the $l.i.ot)0
given by Mr. Carnegie. It is esti
mated that with a reduction in the
cost of the furniture the building may
be erected as desigVie 1 with the as
sistance of $j.(KH) worth of Mr. Car
The council is in favor of guaran
teeing $2,000 a year for the mainte
nance of the institution. A fund of
$4,700 has already been appropriated
by that hotly for the building site. A
reply to the request to Mr. Cnrnegie
is now awaited. The letter to him ex
plains that Sterling is larger than the
census report gives credit and that
the fund is not sufficient to erect the
kind of a building necessary there. If
the advance is not ecnrcd the library
project will be dropped, perhaps.
Office of J. & M. Rosenfield, Rock
Island, 111., June 24, J "03. Public no
tice is hereby given that a meeting of
the stockholders of said J. fc M. Ros
enfield. a corporation, will be held at
the office of Jackson. Hurst & Staf
ford, attorneys at law, rooms 3, 4, 5
and C, Masonic temple. Rock Island,
111., Saturday, July 25, A. D. 1903, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. The ob
ject of the meeting will be to submit
the question of the proposed dissolu
tion of paid corporation to a vote of
the stockholders, and the transaction
of such other business as may prop
erly come before said meeting.
JULIUS UOSKX FIELD,
G. B. MILLER,
A Snrffloal Operation.
is always dangerous. Do not submit
to the surgeon's knife until you have
tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
will cure when everything else fails.
It has done this in thousands of
cases. Here is one of them: "I suf
fered from bleeding and protruding
piles for 20 years; was treated by dif
ferent specialists and used many rem
edies, but obtained m relief until I
used DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Two boxes of this salve cured me 18
months ago and I have not had a
touch of the piles since." II. A. Tis
dale, Summerton, S. C. For blind,
bleeding, itching and protruding piles
no remedy equals DeWitt's Witch
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Reiss drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
KID-NE-0IDS HAVE MERIT.
For years I have had shooting pains
through my back and Bides. My nerves
were affected. Had spells of dizziness,
and could not sleep. Doctors said
thero was no help for me. I finally
was induced by a friend to try Kid-Ne-Oids,
and they at once gave me re
lief. I continued to use them for three
months and am now well and cured.
Thanks to the discovery of Kid-Ne-Olds.
Mrs. John Hicks, WiUlamsport,
Pa. Price 50c. Tablets. Always cure.
T. H. THOMAS. Leading: Druggist. '
Subscribe for The Argus.
Railway Companies Planning for
Future Supply of
WILL PURCHASE TIMBER LANDS
Bureau of l-'oreMry Has
Enlisted tn This
Plans are being developed by a
number of the principal lines of rail
road centering in Chicago by which
the companies will acquire " large
tracts 'of timber land along their
routes to furnish cross ties in the
future. The Rurlingtoii. the Illinois
Central, the Santa I'e and the 'Frisco
systems have been making inquiries
and sending out searchers after suit
able lands. Recently the bureau of
forestry . of the government agricul
tural department has been called iq
on by several of these mads for in
formation that would assist in the
perfection of the plans.
If the idea is successful the rail
roads of the west will in a short time
become the owners of immense areas
of timber lands, and they will also be
come interested in the preservation .of
forest trees to an extent that has nev
er been undertaken before, even by
the national government. The move
is. d.ue to the difficulty the railroads
experience in getting supplies of cross
ties at reasonable prices, and at the
t inies needed.
There have been many experiments
by government officials which have
had for their object the preservation
-f certain kinds of wood for a longer
period than experience has shown
they last in the natural state. It is
said the government experiments have
shown that other woods than those
formerly used can be profitably made
into ties. The success of this demon
stration has led to the idea of the
roads buying timber-bearing lands
near their tracks from which the fu
ture tie supply can be drawn. The
plan will include the employment of a
ast army of foresters whose duty it
will be to look after the preservation
of the growing timber.
8wiiup Lands Available.
In the river valleys along the lines
of the Illinois Central and the other
roads running south are large tracts
of swamp ground covered with a
dense growth of beech timber, water
oaks and other trees which have in
the past been counted as worth little
Jy the lumber man.
It is possible all these can be uti
lized for ties after projier treatment,
and will even outlast the timbers for
merly used. The haul the railroads
have to make to get the ties to the
places where they are needed is each
year growing more and more expen
sive and vexatious. The new plan will
supply the timbers at points more
convenient for handling than is possi
ble under the present system of pur
chasing from contractors wherever
the latter happen to find a few thou
sand trees that are suitable for ties.
In accordance with the demand of
the railroad and telegraph companies
for some relief from the present con
ditions and the danger of a steady
falling off in the possible supply of
poles and ties in the near future the
forestry bureau of the agricultural
department will this summer continue
on a large scale experiments in hand
ling timlters of different varieties. On
the success or failure of these experi
ments the H'lipme to get possession
of the timber lands will dejend.
CURED HER HUSBAND.
Mrs. Bert Jenklnson, Oshkosh, Wis.,
says: "My husband doctored and used
many kidney remedies for a kidney
backaohe without relief. He recently
purchased a box of Kid-Nc-Olds, and
received an Immediate and eomrdctc
cure." COc coated tablets. Easy to take.
T. H. THOMAS. Leading Drugglit.
That no matter how
pretty your l'ace, liov
stylish your dress, a
pair of shoddy shoes
will spoil both. Tjot us
lit your feet with a
pair oC our stylish pat
ent colt Oxfords and
you will have the lat
est. Wo are selling
them at $3.00 so as to
make the priee suit
1705 Second Ave.
C. C. Trent. Mgr.
Iock Island 111.
I Take it
Ullemeyer f32L Sterling's.
Summer Clothing '
DOWN 2 to 5
Less than, former
low prices on .
Ullemeyer fI2L Sterling,
1724 Second Avenue.
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lynde block, Koom 38. Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and
Saturday evenings. Telephone west 1514. New telephone 6011
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m At the GOLD CROWN
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Your furniture, piano, horses, wag
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are left undisturbed in your own kis
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and let us explain our methods. To
satisfy yon means best results for us.
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M,r Wines, llrandies. Whiskies,
.oioii oiuiiti ieeiii iiie inrst
opportunity, for the consumer to
obtain pure and honest liquors.
IVtter not drink at all than drink
impure or doctored drinks; so the
surest way to get the best is to
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Market Square, cor. Seventeenth v
Street and Third Avenue.