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TTt0 AHGTJQf PRlpAY, AUGU&T T, 1003.
honest, and of
from the cheap
est to the dear
est in price.
H. O. ROLFS,
. Dispensing Chemist.
CU. 1071 West. Ind. 6071
A Vacation Without
Is a Vacation Wasted
; r ' v. v.
Don't Waste Votirs
Kemenibcr we sell Kodaks from $1
and up. If ymi need films, plates,
'f'pnpeK etc., we have-' them always
When you go take a KODAK with
a on. If you can't buy one we will
rent you one.
Kotlttkcry is like the Kodak girl,
more fascinating than ever.
HLrtz & Ullemeyer,
EASTMAN KOD.V: CO.
ICE CREAM AT-
If you want iee cream that is
pure anil delicious, you want to try
Math's. It is made of fresh cream and
finest extracts that can be used.
We 7ut our Ice Cream up in most
auy individual forms, such as fruits,
flowers, Brownie., etc., of all descri
tions. (Jive us your party order. We guar
F . J . M A T H ,
Confectioner and Pa.rty
Supply House. -
1716-1718 SECOND AVENUE.
Old 'Phone 1150. New 'Phone 6150.
I What Are You
Have you ever tried one of
Coin's delicious ice cream sodas?
ip Nothing finer. It is an ideal
I) summer drink, as we use noth-
I ing but the purest and best of
K everything. 'Let -us supply you
P for your next party. We will
K please you.
COIN'S PALACE OF
1810 2d Ave. n ana uraay.
BOCK ISLAND. DA V EN PORT.
LAST ONE W AS tOST
Bloomington's Victory in the Sec
ond Game Yesterday Was
ELEMENTS WERE AGAIEST US
Misjudged Flies and Error ia
Eighth Decided thu
1. W. I.. Pet.
llloomington 8'.) 57 .64.0
Decatur 85 31 34 .00
Davenport M .'! 3S .531
Koekford H7 4 41 .52j
Kock Island 62 40 42 .18S
Cedar Kapids 37 45 .451
Dubuque- X5 34 51 .4(15
Springfield 7 31 5G .356
Kock Island. (; JSloomiugton, 5
(Hist game). Kock Island, 2; llloom
ington, 7 (second game).
Cedar Kapids, 7; Davenport, 0.
Koekford, '.; Dubmpie. 2 (lirst
game). Koekford, 7; Dubuque, 4 (sec
ond game). .
Decatur, 5; Springfield, 4 (first
game). Decatur, 6; Springfield, 4
Games Tomorrow. .
Decatur at Kock Island.
Davenport at Dubuque.
Koekford at Cedar Kapids.
llloomington at Springfield.
IMoomington turned, the tables on
Kock Island in the second game yes
terday, securing a victory in the
eighth inning after the locals had ap
parently won the contest. Five runs
were brought in by the P.loomers in
that inning and the entire team bat
ted around. A muffed foul by O'Lcary
paved the way for several of the
Kock Island made a good start anil
played a careful game until the in
ning mentioned. Marker was hard to
find, however, and the best the locals
could do was to pull three hits oft
hi.-s deliverv. (!rali:im was not pun
ished to any extent ' until the eighth
inning, and then Iilonniingtmi singled
for five safe hits, all the damage be
ing done on chances that the field or
dinarily would have 'urned to put
outs. An Karly Score.
l'loomington scored their onlv' run
for seven innings at the opening o
the game. Cassady singled, Herbert
lined the ball for two bases and
Smith followed with a safe hit. Cas
sady tallying. Kock Island tied the
seore in the third inning. Dickey lo
cated first base on (iodwiu's error.
Wind singled, Dwyer popper to Dark
er ami Dickey run in for the score
after Newman's error. In the sixth
Donnelly walked, went to second on
Smith's error and scored while (ira-
ham was being thrown out at first.
This was Kock Island's last run.
though desperate efforts were made
in the eighth and ninth to tallv.
Where It IVm Done.
There was some excuse for what
happened in the eighth inning, though
to the spectator it looked like verv
poor work on the part ot, the Kock
Island field. A stiff northwest breeze
that made the flies to the outfield
and high fouls hard to judge and a
bright sun that was low and? dazzled
Crum on two low line flies that he
could easily have reached could he
have seen them clearly.' favored the
visitors, saving them and giving them
runs where ordinarily ihey would
have made outs. Newman, the first
man up. was retired when, Dickey
gobbled his foul. Barker singled a
clean one to center and Cassadv drove
one down along the third base line
that entitled him to a base. That was
reallv all that, the visitors ought to
have had. Herbert hit a low one to
Crum. who ran in after it. and when
it looked easy to the spectators,
stopped anil waited for it to bounce.
Darker was on third and would hnvs
been caught easily on th. throw in
had not the ball hit his heels. That
tied it. Next Smith flew out to Van-
dine' and Manager Conners came up.
Graham chose to award him a base.
filling the sacks and trusting every
thing to Davis, who followed. The
event proved that he did right. Davis
knocked a high one that either Don
nelly, Dwyer or Lister could have got
by hard pegging. To the infield it
looked as though Donnelly would get
it easilv and to the latter it evidently
appeared to be the second baseman's
ball. Donnelly realized that it was
his too late ami he was unable to get
under it. That let in two.
Made Three More.
The game was then lost, but two
more were added when another low
one went out to left "from Godwin's
bat. Crum again hesitated and let it
get to the ground, two runs heing
made in the meantime. Another was
added in the ninth on ('rum's error,
which let Cassady to third and he
seo red oif a hit bv Herbert. Score:
Donnelly, cf ..
Vandine, 3b ..
O' Lea ry, c . . .
inz and made my hairgrow,
bm m rt '- A A. I
.... . .TT
lrlrs. S jaoyasTon, rxicmson, ians.
Crum, If . .
qi ?; 2 o
0 0 4 1 1
1 0 10 o 0
0 2 1 0 OH
Totals 30 2 3 27 9 2
BLOOM INGTQN A.B. It. II. P. A. E
Cassady, rf 5 3 2 1 0 0
Herbert, 3b ....5 1 3 t 3 0
Smith, lb 5 0 2 11 P 1
Con tiers'. If 3 1 0 3 0 0
Davis, '2b 4 1 1 112
Godwin, ef 4 0 '1 31 1
lfcmovap, c 4 0 1 3 1 0
jVewman, ss 4 0 0 3 5 1
Darker, p .4 1 2 1 2 0
Totalsi 38 7 12 27 13 5
Hcore by innings:
Koctc Island 0 0 1 0 0 1 O O 02
IMoomington 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 17
Struck out Darker, 3. liases on
"balls Graham, 1; Darker. 4. Two
base hjt -Donovan. Double plays
Xewninn-Smith, Cruni-I.ister. Umpire
Hart. Time 1:30.
Cedar Rapids 7. Davenport O.
Cedar ltapids, Aug. 7. Pelty pitch
ed his farewell game before going to'
St.. Louis, and shut out Davenport.
He was given gilt-edged support.
Jones pitched a good game, but his
support was ragged. A three-bagger
by Drown when the bases were full
ami a running catch by Hines were
Cedar Kapids 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 3 7 7 1
Davenport 0000 0000 0 0 7 3
Batteries Pelty, and Hansen; Jones
Koekford Wins IHiuble Header.
Dubuque, Aug. 7. Koekford won
both games of a double-Jheader
through loose fielding by the locals
and opportune batting. Owens had
line support at all times. Score of
Koekford 000 5 00 4 00 y 11 2
Dubuque 0 000 00 0 1 12 10 4
Batteries Isbcll and Smith; Owens
Seore of second game:
Koekford O 1 5 0 0 O 0 1 7 12 2
Dubuque 0 00 00 00 0 44 0 4
Batteries Owens and Meek; East
man and Smith.
Two : for Dpvalnr.
' Springfield. Aug. 7. Decatur won
two closely plaveil games from the
locals. The second game was a 12
iniiiug contest and was won by Mc
Karland's drive over th left field
fence in Ihe 12th inning Score of
Decatur O 0 O : O O 0 O 5 7 5
Spriiifffield 00003 0 lOO 4 4 fi
Batteries Crangle. l-'erree ami
Belt; Balliet and Krebs.
Score of second game:
Decat ur 0 0 4 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 26
Scrinp-tiel I 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 O 0 0 0 0- 1
4- - -- -- --
Batteries McCatTerty and Belt;
McGill and O'Connor.
Decatur Coming I'p.
There were three double-headers in
the league yesterday and Koekford
and Decatur fattened feir percent
age in the operntioti. Springfield plny-
d. i apparent hard luck, getting the
short end of two close scores. The
boost given Decatur placed that club
in the .600 class and only 40 points
behind llloomington. This renders
the race more interesting than it has
been at any . time for several weeks
past. t A slight wobble on the part of
Bloomington between now anil the
end of the season is apt to put that
team in second-place. In every town
except perhaps in llloomington it
would give satisfaction to see the
present leaders given at least a rea
sonable run for the pennant. If the
team met with as stubborn a projosi
tion everywhere as here, from this
on it is likely that others besides De
catur would have a look in.
Notes of the Diamond-
Two Cedar Kapids placers stole
home on Williams at that city yes
terday. Since Williams joined Daven
port he has been almost as bad as
"Snapper" Kennedy, the former Ce
dar Kapids second baseman, has been
signed by Manager Hill to take his
old place just vacated by the release
Scores la the Dl Icn-s.
Chic-mo. Aug. 7. Following are the
base ball scons:
League: At St. Louis Cincinnati 5,
St. Louis 3: no other panics played.
American: At Washington New
York ;i. Washington 0 seven Innings,
darkness; at Philadelphia Boston 11,
Philadelphia 4 eight innings, dark
ness; at Chicago St. Louis 1. Chica
go r: at Cleveland Detroit 7, Cleve
Assrtri.it itfa: At Toledo Milwaukee
ft. Toledo 4: at Columbus Kaunas City
Columbus 2: (second game) Kansas
City 1, Columbus. 5: nt Louisville.
Minneapolis ."?. Louisville 4; (second
gnmei Minneapolis 2, Louisville 7: at
Indlanpolls St. Paul 4, Indianapolis
3: (second game) St. "Paul 8, Indianapo
Western: At St. Joseph Deg
Moines , St. Joseph 7 ten Innings;
nt Kansas City Omaha 8. Kansas
City 7; at Milwaukee Colorado
Springs 1, Milwaukee 10; nt Peoria
Denver 5, Peoria 1.
Fata an Knd to It All.
A grievous wail ofttimcs comes as a
result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs, dizziness, backache
liver complaint and constipation. But
thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills,
they put an end to it' all. They are
c-entle, but thorough. Try them. On
ly 25 cents. Guaranteed by Hartz Jr
One vear aso my hair came'
out verv asti so tried Oyer's
HairVieor. It stopped the fall-
until now it Is 45 inches long
ZT tl. All drurclxU.
3. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Staaa.
PROGRAM IS OUT
Daily Routine at the Methodist
Camp Mteting is An
nounced. 0OVSIHO TEN DAYS OF SESSION
Prominent Minister or the Church
In Locality to be
The complete program for the an
nual camp meeting of the Koek island
district Methodists has been prepared
showing the maimer in which the
time will le taken during each of
the 10 davs of the meeting. The open
ing services will be held Fridav, Aug.
28. Tuesday, Sept. 1, will -be Kpworth
league day, Friday, Sept. 4. will be
Women's Home Missionary society
day, and Saturday, Sept. ", will be
Women's Foreign Missionary society
' The camp meeting will be in charge
of IJev. .1. Wellington Fri.elle, pre
siding elder of the district. The mus
ical program will be under the direc
tion of K. W. Thompson ami He v. J.
15. Butter. The children's meetings
will be in charge of Miss F.lla Taylor.
The district president will have
charge of the Kpworth league meet
ing. The executive committee is com
posed of Bev. .1. I). Smith and Minor
Curtis, of Milan, and Foster Arm
strong and John Martin, of Preemp
tion. The usual arrangements for
hack service from Milan to the
grounds will be made, and the prices
of tickets will be the same as in pre
vious years, $1 for family tickets. 40
cents for single season tickets, and
10 cents for single admissions. The
daily program will be as lollows:
!:3U a. ni. Family prayers.
S a. m. Prayer and pivise service.
U a. ni. Bible reading.
10:3O a. m. Preaching.
":30 p. m. Preaching.
4 p. in. Children's meeting.
iS::;o p. in.----Kpworth league meet
ing. 7:;.'0 p. in. Preaching.
V.. W. Thompson and W. F. Kettle
kamp will have charge of the ser
vices the ope-iing evening, an-I those
who will ejjnduct services at the vari
ous hours of the of her days are as
Saturday. Aug. .1. W. Frizzle, (!.
D. Mensell, A. K. loder, M. V. Crum
baker, K. W. Thompson. .1. D. Smith.
S umla v. Aug-. :;o. F. N. Wright. D.
. Clark. .1. A. Alford. l Z. Kilmer.
Miss Kiln Taylor, K. W. Thompson. W.
Monday, Aug. 31. F. N. Wright. C.
F. Craine, T. .1. Wmxl. I). S. Andre-
wartha. Mis Flora Smith. (J. K. Al
ford, K. W. Thomosoj)f .Vincent Aten.J
Tuesday, Sept. l..L V.. Bead. S. P.1
Archer, I. W. Peregoy, J. F. .lames.
Mrs. I). A. Clark. (Seorge McCluug, .1.
B. Butter, K. K. Medium.
Thursday, Sept. 3. K. I.. Sheppard,
I. C. Craine. O. C. Shaffer. John Wil
kinson. Miss Adaline Kathbun, Clar-
nce Trevor, J. B. Butter, Henry
Friday, S?pt. I. Mrs. Frank Brink.
I. A. Kdmonilson. W. II. Witter, Mrs.
W. H. Craine, Harry Thompson, J. B.
Butter. F. K. Shult."
Saturday. Sept. 5. Miss Burman, K.
Bushy. Y.. D. Dense!!. Mrs. Frizzle.
Mrs. .Busby. J. B. Butter, M. V. 15.
Sunday, Sept. 6. J. D. Smith. Minor
Curtis. B. II. Williams, B. A. Brown,
Miss Kiln Taylor. K. S. Mattison, J. W.
Frizzelle, Alex Smith.
Aug.' 6. Sarah K. Barnhart to W. L.
ICiteman, lot 1. block F. Kdirewood
Park add.. Bock Islam!. sV,.
A. B. (Justafson to W. M. Bowman,
it It. block 3, M. SchncM's add.. Bock
C. J. Arenschiehl 1o C O. Aren-
seliieUI. lots 1 an-I 2. block .l, Water-
Boy W. Smith to Hannah Wells, sV3
22. 17, 2w, $:00.
Titn.lliv T)iivii.'- 1.. lnrv lCirliv.
lot 3 and w'i lot 2, block 2. (i. L. Dav
enport's add.. Bock Island, $14.1.
Marr KiHiv- 1 o l I Morris lot ?,.
block 2. (i. L. Davenport's add., Bock
W. F. Stewart to I. M. Boseberry.
lot 2!. Sarah J. Aiken's suImMv., mid
dle 1-3 of h-y3 2, 17, 2w. $3,000.
Ie Witt U tho Nam.
When- you go to buy Witch Hazel
Salve- look for the name DeWitt ou
every box. The pure, unadulterated
witch hazel is used in making De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which is
the best snlve in the world for cuts.
burns, bruises, boils, eczema and piles.
The popularity of DeWittV Witch Ha
zel Salve, due to its many cures, has
caused numerous worthless counter
feits to lie placed on the market. The
genuine bears the name of K. C. De-
Witt & Co., Chicago.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Beiss drug store, corner Seventh
ivenue and Twenty-seventh street.
For Over HUty Trs
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
ia the bent remedy for diarrhoea.
cents n bottle.
No such thing as "summer com
plaint" where Dr. Fowler's Kxtraet of
Wihi Strawberry is kept handy. Xa
t u re's remedy for every looseness of
Subscribe for The Argus,
Sunday, Aug. 9.
SPECIAL EN( JA ( 1 K M KN T.
f One Night Only.
Prices 2o and 50 cents.
That no matter iow
pretty your face, liow
stylish your dress, a
pair of shoaay shoes
will spoil both. Let us
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 $3.00 so as to
make the price suit
1705 Second Ave.
C. C. Trent. Mgr.
Rock Island 111.
Chicago, Auk. 7 -Following are tne open
ing, .highest,, lowest and closing quotation
in today' markets:
Sept. ISP; SO 79',
lei. . Ml v M so', Mv
Way s3'; n-'.w.-
Sept. f 2S. M T2Si
Dec. h-i f.2'4 fr, f.3
Var. fc's ; '-; &2!; 62St.
Sept. 34H -: SIH- 34',.
I in .v-' .104 a) 1
May, S7; 37i ; 37',; 37H
Sept 1.140 3 40: 13 5: 13 27
May, 12-tfi; ir.'to; 1S.W; 12.9i.
Sept .7 HO 7 7 S2: 7 1 2.
Oct.. 7 87; 7 67; 7 CO, 7.07.
Sept .712 : 7 92 : 7.80: 7.85
Oct.. 7.H0: 7 M. 7.70: 7 Tl
Rre, Sept. 51 IHv: r2H" flax. N. W 97.
S W. B1V; Sept. s4; Oct. hariev Mtf&i.
,t.i:ein iuuAV. Wticat i;r corn 131. uals
2M. nogs 22.IXX): cattle 4. 000. sheep 5,000.
dot maritet opened he lower.
Mfht t-SIStf.Srtl: mixed and butch
er S 003:5 5". Kuod heavy, 14.76.40; rough
he .vy. 4.'.V(4 9
Cattle mirtrl opened s'efr.
Sbeep tnartet opened steadv.
Hors at Kansas City 7,(0(t, cattle 5,000;
h 'Rs at Omaha 7.000, cattle 1,000.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. ra.
Ho market opened slow to 5c lower.
light, 15 205 65: mixed and buicners, t5.a5
O-60: rood heavy. II soas.45; rough he ivy,
Oattie market quiet and steady.
Beeves 13 8025 55. cows and heifers l.soa
.. Texas steers $3 5034 70, stockers aad
tenders 1J 4(X6i.wj.
sheep marKet slow and weak.
Union Stock yards close.
Hoe market closed strong for best.
Ielu. fi.2ii(ao.tl7: mixed and butchers, So
c&s.e.'J: pood heavy, II so&5 E0; rough heavy,
4 80 ((5.(0
Cattle market cloned quiet.
Sheep market closed quiet.
Estimated receipts Saturday: W heat 120.
corn 115. oats 215, hogs 13,000.
New York Stocks.
New York. Auk. 7. The following are the
losinc quotations on the New York stock
Surrar 1I2H. Gas m. C. li. I & P. 204. south
ern l'acltlic 4.S. H & t). 80V. Atchison com
mon Wj,. Atchison pld. 87. U. M. 0C St. 1
i:6. Manhattan 131. copper 3t. W. U
Tel. Co. M-v. U & N 101 H. C & A. Kde.
common 4. Can. Pacitle lll)J. Leather coni-
nion 7. B It T i2'4. Pact lie Mail 1SH, c.
S Steel ptd. 60;. :. S. S'ecl common Si:,
I'eina. 12m. Mo. l'actncw1, union t'acinc
70. coal nd iron 30", Krie common 25t.
w a ba a pid. 3i3a m. k.. & J car roui-
drv 31. C W. 14. Ken Steel Pfd. ei.
Ken. M- ei common 111. rxew lurit wnidi
iil H. Illinois central 1 v.
LOCAL MASKKT CONDITIONS.
rMlr's UaoUkttons on Provisions. Livs
Stock. Ktxxl D(I FneL
Bock Island. Aug. 7. Following are the
(uotationa on the local market:
Butter-Creamery SUGSJc, dalrylhf .
Kren fresh lfc
Live poultry Spring chickens 2.f03 Oi
ter dozen, nens Wv. per nine.
Vegetables Potatoes, new, 4 or.
Cattle Steers H.00 to i.75. cows and
eltcrs I3.oo to W.S5. calves M.oo to 15.00
' Hon Mixed and butchers M.7S to 15 25
Sheep YcarllnM r over. ier cwt. 13.501c
4 00 uoim iier ncaa si.ku to .-.ou.
PiMxl nd Fal.
flraln Oorn boaeOc: oats. 87C to 40Z.
Korace Timothy bay, 19 to tio.10 pratrle
18, baled prairie 18 baled Uinoiny (9. straw
Wood Hard, ner load S5.0Oaf5.50,
Com- Lump per bushel i3cii4c mine run
13c per busnci, tines;, ixr duioci vc.
Many persons in this community are
suffering from kidney complaint who
could avoid fatal results by using to
ley's Kidney Cure. All druggist.
FR.OM 5 AUGUST 1.
I Ullemeyer .
1724 Second Avenue.
M-M"I"I 1 I"1"I' 'I I
IF YOU WANT A
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lyndo block, Room 38. Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and
Saturday evenings. Telephone west 1514. New telephone 6011
13he Gold Crown Dental Parlors
Third Avenue and Seventeenth Street. Rock Island.
J. mm . 111 n m J
9 yr.. attaches ro a r .
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Our terms enable you to repay the.
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how much you want and we will send
our atrent to ipiote you our terms and
make all a rra ngeiue nts. or call here
and w e will be pleased to explain our
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ture, pianos, horses, wn prims or other
personal property, without removing
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The Painless Dental Specialists
" whet tKey
You can see
them at our
6143. 112 West Seventeenth St.
For either sicknesr, or sociability,
a bottle of our fine bond whiskies
should always be kept. Kvery one
knows the benefits derived from
pure whisky for col. Is. indigestion
or the many ills that flesh is heir
to. We carry cue of the finest lines
of bottled-"goods in the three cities
ami when in need of anything in
that line give us a call.
IIETA1L LIQUOli STOKE.
Market Square, cor. Seventeenth
Street and Third Avenne.