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TUC AKG-tTB, SATURDAY, A TTGrUfeT 1, 1903.
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prices lower than the
same qualities can be
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price-saving you will
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4 argument necessary to
i bring you back when
? you want pure, fresh
jjj groceries again.
N. P. F. NELSON'S
1 CblsK Grocery.
J PHONE WEST 1137.
2025 Foxirth Avenue.
o" HigH Grade
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for little money.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
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when you want a cool and refreshing
glass of SODA WATEIi. We make a
specially of orange, lemon, pineapple
and wild cherry phosphates, as they
are made of the pure fruit.
Try Our BaJcery Lunch
Tea, Coffee or Cocoa, with ham sand
wiches, cakes or pastry.
Our sherbets, fruit ices, ice cream
and places are rich, flivo us jour
pastry order and we will be sure and
Fancy Bakery and Confectionary.
Old and New Thoncs. 1716 Second Ave
What Are You
Have you ever tried one of
Coin's delicious ic e cream sodas?
Nothing1 finer. It is an ideal
summer drink, as we use noth
ing but the purest and best of
everything. Let us supply you
for your next party. We will
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1810 2d Ave.
4th and Brady.
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American Ins. Co. .......Newark, N. J.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders' Ins. Co . .Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
Eockford Ins. Co Kockford, HI.
Pecurity Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn.
Ins. t'o. State of Illinois. Rockford, 111.
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rate
M low as consistent with security.
PLAYED LONG GAME
Rock Island Battles for 15 Innings
HOME TEAM FINALLY WINS
Case Pitched Against It. "Wallers-
Davenport Takes Third from
V. W. L. Pet.
l5Ioomingt n 2 :'3 29 .010
Decatur 7S 44 34 .."4
Davenport 7 41 S3 .3St)
Kockford ..SI 42 S!) .319
Kotk Island 73 37 38 .493
Cedar Kapids " S3 43 .434
Dubuque 0 S3 47 .113
Springfield SI 19 .SSS
KKk Island, 1; Decatur. 2.
Davenport. 10; Cedar Kapids. 1
, Springfield, C; Hloomington, 3.
Kockford. 3; Dubuque. S.
Dubuque, 14; Kockford, G.
lloek Island at l'loomingtc n.
Dubuque at Davenport.
Cedar Kapids at Kockford.
Springfield at Decatur.
Decatur, Aug. 1. It had be,n in
tended to play a double-header yes
tenhiy, but the first contest settled
down to a pitchers' battle between
Case ami II. Walters, ami by the time
it had ended the crowd and players
alike had enough baseball for one
day. Decatur scored in the first in
ning and Kock Island tied in the
fourth. After that there were no more
scores, inning after inning passing
without a man getting home. Finally
in the 10th inning hits by Hankey and
McFailand were instrumental in
bringing in the run that won the
( Ira ha m. If
La timer, c
K. II. P. A. K.
0 S 3 11
0 o S 0 1
t 0 1 t 0
1 0 2 2 0
0 2 S 2 2
O IS 2 (1
0 U 1 2 0
0 I 19 5 0
0 0 0 0 0
1 S 47 13 3
K. H. P. A. K.
2 S 2 3 1
0 1 S 1 (!
, ) 2 I 0 0
. 0 O 17 2 1
0 1 ", 0 0
0 1 3 4 0
. 0 1 10 2 0
O O 2 5 0
0 O 4 4 1
,2 9 4S 21 S
llankey, 3b . ..
Thornton, cf .
II. Walters, If
K. Walters, p .
O'Connor, c . .
(reiibner, ss .
Seore by innings:
K. Island .. .0 on 1 o 0 O o ( . 0 0 0 o 0 0-1
Decatur 1 0 ( 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 1-2
Summary: Two-base hit Lister.
Double plays K.Walters-Kuhn. St ruck
out by Walters, 9; by Case, D. Bakes
on balls olT Walters. 3; off Case, 2.
Time 3:00. Umpire Conn.
Davenport lO. Cedar Rapids 1.
Davenport made it three straight
from Cedar Kapids, winning through
hard batting. Ostecn's home run and
his two-bagger, which st-ored two
men, together with Hughes pitching.
were the features. Scon-:
Davenoort 1 3 30200 1 -10 IS 0
Cedar Kanids 0 O 0 I 0 O O 0 O- 1 4 3
Batteries Hughes and Williams;
Drown and Hansen.
Springfield 3. Iturllneton .
Dloomington, Aug. 1. An off day
for for Darker cost Bloomington the
game. Seven hits in the first and sec
ond innings yielded enough runs for
Springfield to win. Smith, who suc
ceeded him, was a puzzle. The home
team hit Viscocil hard, but not con-
scent iely. In the absence of a reg
ular umpire. Mullaney officiated. The
Springfield 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wi 12 S
Bloomington 00200000 1-3 92
Batteries Viscocil and Belt; Bark
er, Mctireevy and Donovan.
Doable-header at Kockford.
Kockford, Aug. 1. A double-header
was played at this place yesterday,
in which the teams each took one.
Score of first game:
Kockford 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 -3 S 2
Dubuque 1000 0 1 0 0 0-272
Batteries Killian and Meek; Kul
Score of second game:
Dubuque ......... 1 6 0 S S 0 1 0 0-14 17 3
Kockford 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 2- 6 83
Batteries Isbell and Smith; Cal
houn, Owens and Meek.
Controversy Over I m pi res.
Kockford haw started a Wail over
the dismissal of Umpire McNamarn
and the. latter writes a letter to base
ball headquarters that 5s positively
insulting. i'he Kockford papers base
their "holler" on the chiim that Mc
Xamara was released at the instiga
tion of Manager Hayes, of Davenport,
but they know nothing about the
truth, and as for McNamara it is dif
ficult to see. what kick he can have.
McNamara was given his pay here be
fore the last game of the home series
on representations that he had bills
to pay and wanted to get. matters
straightened out before he went on
YYT Perhaps your mother had thin -ClJIT
AlClir hair, but that is no reason why
ft Ii'Fa with
half-starved hair. If you want
hair, feed it witn Aycr s nair vigor. j.c.ii.rco;.i7wen:Ma.
the neld. He. was. also given trans
portation to Kockford, where' he was
to work the following day. He did
not say a word to Secretary Haver
stick about wishing to avoid umpir
ing the last game here, and it was
supposed that he would be on hand
till he failed to show up on the field.
After the game it was found out that
ho had left his hotel and had left" in
structions for the forwarding of his
mail to Pittsburg, hi$ home. As he
had previously said that he was tired
of working in this league and as he
had not reported to Secretary Haver
stick after 'receiving his money, it
seemed plain that he had jumped. Ac
cordingly Crawford was wired to pro
ceed to Dloomington, wliilv I.ewinson
was sent to Kockford. The next day
Mr. Haverstick received a letter from
McNamsira saying that he was in
Kockford and ready to work. As an
other man had been ordered to take
his place, it was too late to rescind
the order, even, if it had been consid
ered advisable in view of McXnmara's
conduct. Therefore he wr.s informed
by telegraph that he had lost his
place and an explanatory letter was
Crawford, the new -man from Iowa,
has- decided that professional umpir
ing is not the snap that he had su-lof-vd
it was. and in a letter received
here has notified the. league manage
ment that he does ' not propose to
waste himself away in that sort of
life. Therefore he would at once leave
Bloomington for home. .7. H. Hart,
of Peoria, has leen sent to take his
There are other troubles. T.ewin
son, who has given fair satisfaction
as umpire, has finally decided to quit
anxl his resignation has been sent in
to take effect Moaday. He states that
the salary of $123 a month is too small
after hotel bills are paid out of it to
justify him in remaining in the busi
ness. Xotes of the Diamond.
Kock Island has, a new shortstop
named Dwver who appeared in the
ginie jestcrdaj". Dickey was also
back with the team and got one of the
scattering hits. Dwyer failed to get
a hit, but fielded everything that came
Ul way without error.
If j oil don't think Frank Donnelly
is a ball player, look at the score.
He faced the pitcher six times, yet he
was only two times at bat, and he had
11 put-outs in the center field. Ten
of these were made in nine innings.
This appeared in the Decatur Her
ald after t hurs. lay's game: "bast
night the fans were sore because ol
the game e.-terday, the general im
pression Wing that it was practically
tsrown away. Kven the directors,
who can generally find some accept
able excuse, were in the air. and one
of them said: 'The thing that makes
it hard is the fact that such things
should be permitted in the best team
in the league. That's undoubtedly
what we have in Decatur the best
team in the league, but they go to
sleep. That's the reason that they
lose. Look at iSloomington, forever
in the game, never giving up, and
time after time taking a game that
seems hopelessly lost. Our fellows
have been lame all season on coach
ing. You never sve one of them on
the coaching line. If there had been
one on the third base line today Mac
would not have lcen caught. They
arc listless. They go to sleep with
out provocation. Ixnk at that thing
Sunday, when two of our fellows
kept ji crowd' of niore than one thous
and people wailing while they select
ed a bat. Why didn't they have a bat
in their hands ready to dance to the
plate when their turn came'? That's
what they are paid for. They work
only an hournnd a half a day and
don't want to work then, (live them
in the paper, and if any of them
wants to know who said nil of this
tell them that I did. I'll back it.
I'm disgusted with them, and told
everyone of them so. 1 want them to
Hank" O'Dav savs:
nothing in the rules that instructs an
umpire to declare the batter out for
bunting on the third stiike. Nine
tenths of the people in baseball think
there is a rule covering that point.
but it can't be found. We umpires
are calling batters out on it only be
cause it is the custom." Section 4, of
rule 41, declares, however, to be a
strike "a bunt hit which sends the
ball to foul ground." Since a man
cannot run on a ball hit over the
foul lines, and. it makes the third
strike, there is nothing to do but call
The Terre Haute Gazette has a
funnv baseball story. Sunday two
nines played on an open field, and
when a colored batter knocked a long
fly it rolled close to an old cow who
picked it up and despite beating ami
swearing, chewed it till four runs
were made, deciding the game.
Bloomington papers say Kock Isl
and is to play a double header at that
President Dement, of the Central
league. received a letter from
the manager of the Brooklyn club
Friday morning protesting against
Kube Yickcrs playing in the Centra!
league. Yickers was fanned out to
Ilolyokei and got n large sum of ad
vance money. He then chased off
west on a little, pleasure tour. Yickers
has had various experiences since he
left Kock Island early last season
His good right arm has placed him in
a number of paying places where his
long, thick, dark and heavy.
J. M. Shelly Visits Wife's Home
in Drury in Spite of
SEOUEES NOTE AND OTHER PAPEES
Combative Lower IJnd Kesideut
Apparently in. Line for Fur
.T. M. Shelly, of Drury, the citizen
whose troubles hae rendered him a
familiar figure in the court of this
county for the past year or more and
whose wife recently tiled divorce pro
ceedings and secured an injunction to
keep him off her farm, has diverged
along a new line and prospects arc
that he will be again brought into
court. This time it is a case of con
tempt. He visited his wife's home in
spite of the orders of the court, ac
cording to the Muscatine News-Tribune,
Notwithstanding the court's order.
Shelly came down from Kock Island
on tho late train ine other night,
crossed the high bri Ige afoot and
visited the old home place. There he
innounced that he had put improve
ments on the fa riu to the extent of
1.300 and did not propose to be
euchred out of their value, and mak
ing a search, secured some notes and
papers that he wanted, lie told them
that his lawyer was outside in a bug
gy waiting for him and that he pro
posed to institute suit for the im
provements he had made.
''When Mrs. Shelly's sun went out
with the hired man to investigate,
thev found the lawyer a missing quan
tity and informed Shelly that he hal
tetter get out and do so quickly. As
Shelly had accomplished Ihe purpose
f his visit, he left without any addi
ional urging and no difficulty result
('. Neighbors -are apprehensive of
oming trouble in that vicinity, but
trust it mav be averted.
head could not keep him. He lias
been tried by Cincinnati and passed
up; tried by Krooklxn. given up. re
lied am'! finally farmed out. Later,
as anove inuicnicu ne n:is come wesi
i:id caught on in the Central.
""""'ago. Aug. 1.' Follow ing are the
base ball scores:
League: At St. Bonis Pittsburg li.
St. Bonis .; fit Itostnr--New iik I.
Boston 4: at Philadelphia Brooklyn 1.
Philadelphia ; at Cincinnati Chica-
o 4. Cincinnati K.
American: At New York Philadel
phia 1. New York 3; at Chicago Cleve
land .1. Cbica' twelve innings; at
Washington Doston 4. Washinuton 4
eleven innings., darkness; at Detroit
St. I.ouls 1(, Detroit .".
Association: At Louisville Kansas
City 1. Louisville .": at Columbus
Minnr::pn!ls Ti. Columbus 7; nt lnillan
apolfs Milwaukee 4. India napoli. 3.
AYestPrn: At Milwaukee Ies
Moines 2, Milwaukee r; at Peoria
Omaha 1. Proria 3; at Kansas City
Denver 1. Kansas City at St. Jo
seph Kaiu; at Toledo St. Paul 4, To
HONEY WILL BE CHEAP:
GREATEST CROP SINCE '81
Honey will be cheap this fall. In
fact, it is' much cheaper now than it
has been for some years. There will
be an enormous crop of the proenct
A well-known beekeeper -ays that it
is well night impossible to tell what
the yield of honey will be this vein
He has his hands full in keeping ahead
of his bees in earing for the honey, so
fast are the bees working. The crop
is enormous, and the largest since
that i f lssi, if not greater. This is
true of only four of the middle states,
including Illinois. In all the other
states the honey crop is no larger
than in former years.
The quality of the honey this year
is the best. The white clover 1s to be
found everywhere, the blossoms are
tilled with juice, making the honey of
unusually line quality.
WHICH ONE MEETS JOE
FLAHERTY THE QUESTION
There seems to be some misunder
standing in regard to the parties who
are to participate! in the mill that was
announced some time ago to take
place on an island in- the Mississippi
liver senne miles below this city Aug.
'.. At the time the announcement
was made it was slated that Adam
Kyan, of Chicago, who figured in a
bout in Davenport early last winter,
and doe Flaherty, of Lowell, Mass..
were the principals. Now a Sioux
City. Iowa, paper says that Flaherty
has challenged Tommy Smith, of that
city, to do battle here on the above
late and that the challenge has been
Knd of tor Ft k tit.
"Two physicians hail a long and
stubborn tight with an abscess on my
right lung." writes .1. F. Hughes, of
DuPont, (ia., "and gave me up. Kv
erybody thought mv time had come.
As a last resort I tried Dr. Iving's
New Discovery for Consumption. The
benefit 1 received was .striking and T
was on my feet in a few days. Now
le entirely regained my health." It
conquers all coughs, colds and throat
and lung troubles. Guaranteed by
Hart. & I'llemeyer's drug store. Price
50 cents and $1. Trial bottles free.
Foley's Kidney Cure w:Il cure all
diseases arising from disordered kid
neys or bladder. All druggists.,. .-
HENRY HANSON PROVES
TO BE FROM GLENWOOD
A letter received by Chief Miller
last night corroborates the surmise
made yesterday to the effect that Al
bert Hanson, the boy held at the
Union Mission,' is a fugitive from the
(Jlenwood reformatory. The father.
A. J. Hanson, reside at 121.1 Sterling
avenue, .loliet. 111., and resided until
recently, at Ii Salle. In his letter he
s-tates that he had a son Albert at
(ilcnwood, who was 10 years odd in
March. The description given ccrre-
sponds in every way with that of the
boy held here light hair, light, com
plcxion and blue eyes. It is expected
that the authorities of the school will
be heard from as soon a they have
been communicated with.
'Tommy T." Davis, of curbstone
fame, is doing 10 days at the county
hostile, for being over enterprising
yesterday. He gathered no half a doz
en of the city's red-globed lanterns
used in marking points on the street
where excavation was in progress,
and struck a bargain at a second
hand store for their disposal at a
surprisingly low price. At the hearing
before Magistrate .lolinson in the
evening, he contended that he d?d not
really stcii! them, as he hsid hern told
to take care of them for Plumbing
Inspector Frank Yerbcrv. and was
looking for some one to give them
to, when an offer was made that
tempted him to sell out. The magis
tral' heard his story with patience
but nevertheless felt constrained 1"
make it S'.IO and costs.
GARBAGE QUESTION IS
The city i f Burlington, is investiga
ting the method's of destroying garb
age in other cities with a view of in
stalling a sanitary plant. Located on
the river, as Kock Island is. it has
been found necessary to discover
some way to do away with garbage
other than bv dumping it into the
stream to annoy dwellers on the river
below and to pollute the water for
many miles. Several systems- have
been found to be giiing satisfaction
and the Burlington officials hae de
cided to recommend one i;; which the
'arbagc is" burned.
This is the course that Kock Island
will ) compelled to take in a short
time unless the proposition now be
fore the council or some other sim
ilar to t it for placing the matter in
Ihe Lands of a private concern is ac
This disease has lost its terrors
since Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
IKaiihora Kcmcdy came into general
use. The nirform success which at-tiii'!.-,
the use of this remedy in all
cases of bowel complaints in children
has made it a favorite wherever its
value has become known. For sale
bv all drugsjists.
1'utent 1111 I'leannre.
Ihe pills that are potent in their
action and- pleasant in effect are I)
Witt's Little Karlv Kisers. W. S. Phil-
pot, .if Albany, (la., says: "During
billions attack I took one. Small as it
wa.; it did inc more gooil than caio-
nu I. blue-mass or any other pillsleer
took, and at the .-.line time it affected
me pleasantly. Little F.nly Kiser?
are certainly an ideal pill."
Sold by Harper House pharmacy:
. .1. K'dss drug store, corner Seventh
aenue and .Twent v-secnt h street.
F.cemn. scald head, hives, itchiness
of the kln of any sort, instantly re
lieved, permanently cured. Doan's
Ointment. At any drug store.
That no matter how E
pretty your face, how
stylish your dress, a
pair of shoddy shoes
will spoil "both. Let lis
fit your feet with a
pair of our stylish pat
ent colt Oxfords and
you will have the lat
est. We are selling
them at S3.00 so as to
make the price suit
your pocket book.
1705 Second Ave.
C. C. Ttent. Mgr.
IVock Island V III.
Gennfnc stamped C C C Never sold In balk
8ewre of the dealer wbo tries to sU
"something jwi ts gorli,n
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FMOM 5 AUGUST 1.
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Our Wines. Hra ndies. Whiskies, Z
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Itetter not drink at all than drink
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