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TUB AltGHJS, WEIN AY. AUGUST 2G, 1903.
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will do away with necessity of
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C. U. 1071 West. Ind. 6071
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Rats and Mice hunt it.
They die away from the
house seeking water.
Why take the risk of mixing poison,
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An improvement over eyery other
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IN KOCK ISLAND,
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Ameriian Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders Ins. Cc. Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co .Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. ......Rockford, 111.
Feeurity Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. Rockford, 111.
Office, Tjom 3, Buford blotk. Rates
fea low: as consistent with security.
THREE OUT OF FIVE
Rabbits Take Second Postponed
Came From Rock Isl
and. BRENNAN IS IN BAD TOfiM
Locals Lioae By Score of O and 3
All Around thu Cir
cuit. 1'. W. L. Pet.
Hloomington .... Itr.i 41 AA)2
Pecalur '.)'. oli 4: ."(i(i
laveuprt i'S 5:i 4."i .511
I took Islan.l US 51 47 .520
i;.KKrmi lie 5:; 4j .u-jo
Cedar Kapids KM) 47 5:t .170
Dubuque H. 4) 5S .4:57
Springfield HC' 30 1.0 .S5;i
Results 1 entrrtny.
Rock Islanl, 3; Cedar Rapids, 9.
Davenport, .0; Decatur, 3.'
Kock Island at Uockford.
Springfield at Davenport,
l'dooming! on at Dubuque.
Decatur at Cedar Kapids.
I'cdar Rapids, Any. 20. Warren Gill
won the 11th game out of the 13th he
lias pitched for the Rabbits. At the
ball park yesterday afternoon he grave
another splendid exhibition of perfect
control and uniform good work, re
sulting in a victory for the Rabbits
by a score of 'J to :. Gill it icl his part
by keeping the visitors down to eight
hits and three' scores, The rest of the
bunnies tl.id theirs by playing good
ball ami by hitting Drcnnau for 12
safe ones, It was rather a bad day
for Rrennau yesterday. lie was wild
and weak, hitting three men and
senij'ng them down to first base and
also giving six of them bases on balls.
Seine bf the Rabbits won especial
distinction by good hitting. Kennedy,
Fuller and Hansen each got three
hits and two of Kennedy's were two
baggers, .limmie Xovacek got two
safe ones and tiill a pretty single.
There were also a number of sacrifice
hits. Drown getting no fewer than
It was the visitors' turn to look
sheepi.-h. They were never in the
game at an,, stage of it. In the very
first inning the Rabbits went at Drcn
nan with a im. Snapper Kennedy
whacked at the sphere with all his
might and sent it way out to left
field, lie stood on second base, hitch
ed his trousers and smiled and then
trotted to third on Drown's sacrifice.
Fuller batted a short safe one to sec
ond and Snapper scored. Xovacek
was hit by a pitched ball. Dimes went
out on a short one. and then Hansen
hit -n long single into center lieh? on
whictf Hilly and .limmie camc-1iomei
Roberts batted an easy one to third
and that ended the first inning.
Drennan was wild in the third in
ning, which he began by giving Fuller
and then Xovacek a base on balls.
Dimes sacrificed them both and Han
sen scored Fuller with a hit to center.
Roberts got a base on balls, but was
put out at second while Herte went to
first on a fielder's choice and Xova
cek scored. Hill was caught out at
third, and: then the score stood 5 to 0
in favor of the Rabbits.
The Victor' Scores.
The Rabbits made another score in
the fourth, one in thedxth, one in the
seventh and one in the eighth. The
visitors inadie two scores in the
fourth and. one in the fifth. In the
fourth (irahairi singled and. went to
second while I,ister went to first on
Rerte's error. Doth of them scored
on .O'Leary's long single. In the fifth
Donnelly made a two-base hit to right
field and scored on O'Leary's single.
M 9 1
I!. H. V. A. K.
. .. .1
.) 12 27 11 3
Score by- innings:
Cedar Rapids 3 02 1 01 1 1 9
Rock island 0002 1000(3
Summary: Rases on balls olT (Jill,
1; off Rrennan, 6. Two-base hits
Kennedy (2). Donnelly. Stolen base
Hansen. Hit by pitched ball by
Rrennan, 3. Struck out by (Jill, 2;
by Rrennan, 1. Time of game 1:30.
liar en port 6- Decatur 3.
.Davenport, Aug. 26. The locals hit
McCrill and good fielding scored a
victory for Hughes'. Hankey's work
was the feature. Score:
Davenport 104 0 100 0 6 12 0
Decatur 1000 10 1003 S3
jrjr y, f; Pure and rich blood carries newlife to
iricciltti every part of t?e bo.dy- ,Yo? arci?vi?
orated, strengthened, refreshed. That s
what Ayer's Sarsaparilla will do for you. Take AycVs
Pills for constipation or biliousness. , , . twUi
Batteries Hughes and Williams;;
MctJill and Krebs.
Hunt from the Diamond.
J. W. (Jardner, owner of the Dallas
club of the Texas league, ha:; sold the
release of Third Raseman Harry
Clark to Charles. A. Ccm-iskey, owner
of the Auucricait league club of Chi
cago, for $1,000. Clark is to ttart for
Chicago Sept. 7.
Ditcher Waddell. of the Philadelphia
American league team, was released
crmanently by .Manager Mack yes
terday. Waddell did nut j ut in an
appearance for yesterday a game, and
in the. afternoon he was told to hand
over his uniform to Ihe. club ami to
consider his services no longer at the
disposal. of the Philadelphia learn.
Dominick Mulleney should be ban
ished from ltusehall. He is a player
of ability, but cannot keep his hide
cent mouth closed when on the ball
field. He gives an exhibition of pro
fanity which is without parallel and
the presence of ladies has no restrain
ing influence on him. It is a matter
of congratulation that tliis indecent
and cowardly rowdy will not appear
in Rockford again t his-season. Rock
l'ete Dahlquist is again wearing a
Cekir Rapid;- uniform. He was re
leased by Wheeling, in Ihe Central
league, Iweause unable to get in con
dition. I'ete pitched great ball last
Cedar Rapids has dropped Pitcher
Res Moines is bartering for Alper
man, an infielecr, now with the Daven
port Three-Rye team. Alpcrnian is
well known by Cmhman. who played
on the same team with him in Penn
sylvania last season. Cu.-hmau says
that Alpermaii is a good ball player
and could make good in the Western.
He is a big fellow and has a sure
arm. He is hitting about .:HH) in the
Three-Rye this season. StaufTer, a
pitcher on the Davenport team, is
also being looked after. les Moines
Register ar.d Leader.
Wait till we get a crack at Rock
Island Saturday. What our team will
do to them won't be slow. Davenport
Leader. Let's hope so. Your team
has been so slow in former games this
season with Rock Island that the local
management had' thought some of
passing pillows ami alarm cbeks af
ter the first inning in the coming
series here with your bunch from over
NiHtnlitna Are Kcrvt.
DulTalo, Aug. 2C-. The magnates of
the National and American leayucs
were in session till late last night at
The minor leagues have not yet
been admittecj to the conference,
which is very secret. It is said that
the afternoon was devoted to discuss
ing the advisability of reforming next
year's schedule by coining to an
agreement in the cities where there
are two clubs. National and American.
I.aKalV. tiie Rock Island .pitcher,
was in the box for Clinton. Iowa, yes
terday against Waterloo and won his
game ' to 2. letting Waterloo down
with five hits.
Scores la the Illg Leacae.
Chicago, Aug. "ti. Following are th
base ball .scores:
League: At Philadelphia rittsburj.
o. Philadelphia 4: (second pa met P.tts
burg r. Philadelphia 0 six ltini:i;.'s.
darkness: tit New York, Roston and
Americnn: At Detroit Chicago 2.
Detroit 0; at Cleveland Philadelphia
9, Cleveland 3.
Association: At Toledo St. Paul 7.
Toledo 0; at Louisville Kansns CJty
O. Louisville : at Columbus Min
neapolis 2, Columbus 12. ' -
NEW ST. PAUL WILL
ENTER TRADE AFTER ALL
Not w it hstandiug rewrt- that have
been circulated to the effect that the
Diamond do company had given up
the idea of putting the remodeled
steamer St. Paul in the trade this
yNir, it is now announced through
Lamont t Son. the agents here, that
the boat will be down about Sept. 3 or
4. There are to he several changes
mad in the fleet, and the Sidney,
which is now running between Keo
kuk and St. Louis, will be retired' for
the season. The (jiiincy. which went
down yesterday, will take the place
of the Sidney when she reaches St.
Louis, and the Sidney will take the
(Juiney's business as far as Dubuque.
There the new St. Paul will start in
and complete the trip running the
rest of the- season, which this year
will not end till Oct. 1.
Ie Witt la the Name.
When you go to buy Witch Hazel
Salve' look for the name DeWitt on
every box. Tbe pure, unadulterated
witch hazel is used in making De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which is
the best salve 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 be placed on the market. The
genuine bears the name of R. C. De
Witt & Co., Chicago.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Reiss drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Ualck Relief for Akthma Snfferers.
Foley's Honey ajid Tar affords im
mediate relief to asthma sufferers in
the worst stages and if taken in time
will effect a cure. All druggists.
Parsonetta Pacs Half Mile in
2:t2 Yesterday After
noon. CLOSE FINISHES IN 6EYESAL HEATS
Result of First Day'tf Invents of
The fin-t 'day's racing in the fall
meeting of the Twin City Driving as
sociation saw a new half-mile pacing
record made. Personotle. owned by .1.
P. Code, of Rradfords III., covering the
course in There were only three
(alters, affording ample room for
the drivers and furnishing one of the
neatest bits of sport on the program.
Per:vmet t c won the race as well as
;etling a new record for the track.
The finishes in all the races were
exciting, and it is doubtful if better
-port has ever been witnessed on a
track in this section. The fi nis h of
!he opening heat of the "::.". trot was
particularly exciting, the three lead
ers passing under the wire nek and
The most interesting event of the
ifternoon was the running race. It
va growing dark during the running
f the fcist heat of the L': I" pace, in
which Jocko Manvvaring. of Daven
port, who was driving his own horse,
laimeil to have been fouled by Harry
Harris, driver of Claude II.
The judges, Messrs. Charles Me
llugh, of Rock bland; K. K. Little, of
Milan, ami Mr. Smith, of Davenport,
after an investigation of the trouble,
Hue'. Man Willing $10O for conduct nil
'leconiing a driver, and to stand sus-
'ent'.'d until the line is paid. It was
fonml that Manwarli'g had crowded
Harris, almost causing him to Jose
control of his horse. Manvvaring
claim of foul proved only to be a
threat on the Kirt of Harris to use
his whip on Manvvaring if the latter
did not give him his share of the
The summaries of the d:tys events
ire as follows:
I.e I'ir.pross, b m. Yatacau
(Tillman.), Dr. F. .1. P.tiss,
( hieagi 1111
Miss Audubon, b in. .1. .1. Au
dubon (Crear.v). Creary.
Meniminee, Mich 1 1 15 1
l.utic Louise, eh in, Kahoka
Hoy (Creary). W. J. Creary,
La(i range, Mo ." - ' 2
The Duke, b g. Old Hundred
LMasj-innis), C. P.. Salmon,
P.eloit - 5 2 0
Cologne I).. br m. Ked Wilton
(CahillL K. Cahill. Chicago.. I! G I 3
Talla. b m. Ashland Wilkes
(Hen lerson V: .lohnson). .1.
HenoL'rson. Kock Island o .'! 3 3
Thm 2:2."4, 2: 17", -4, 2:Ci;:;,.
Free-for-all I'ace l'nrne 4MOO.
Pcrsenette, hi m. Oneida
(Vail), .1. P. Code. Pradford.
Ill 1 2 1 1
William Mc. hi g. Ale.v inont
(Clippinger). Ceorge Castle.
Chicago 2 1 2 2
Little Thorn, b g, Hawthorne
(Cahill). R. Lorcnz, Dctuvan.
Wis 3 3 3 3
Time 2:12, 2: 1:.",L-, 2:12!4.
("as t levvood. eh g. Nutwood, (Ca
turion). O. J. Thomas, Kan
Claire. Wis 1 1 1
Harry S... ch g. (Hereford). C.
K. Stridor, St. Louis 2 2
lorry (!., br st. Southward
(Kgehane), (Jeorge Egehanc.
Oregon. Ill 3 3 5
Claude II.. hi 111. Vatican (Har
ris), O. D. Williams. Plymouth.
Ill 3 3 3
Co". liocsevelt. b g. Fid'ol (Man
vvaring), .1. Manvvaring, Dav
enport -1 4
Tommy Raymond, b g. I'd Ray
mond (Kell). ('. Kell. Anda
lusia 4 (J "
Frank St rects, b g, Ashel Wilkes,
C. Kelly, Wapello, Iowa d.
Time 2: 18 14, 2:2l. 2:23',.
tanning Half Mile and Repeat lnr10O
Dig Injun, ch g. Fortissimo (Flan
nigan), .1. IS". Decker, Malcolm,
Iowa 1 1
Little Dutch, c g. Tew Ton (May
field), (i. I. Landon. Milledge
ville, HI 2 2
March. Dent, b m. Free Night (li.
Wright). W. R. Pandvall. Durand,
III 4 3
Dla.on. c f. Pdazcvvay (R. Fox),
Aug. Welding. Rock Island 3 5
Rlossom. b 111. Kinney (N'owles), A.
R. Cristnian. Oskaloosa. Iowa... fi 1
I,ou 1L, b g, Raleigh (.1. Fox), J.
Fender, Aledo, 111 3 6
The events on the card for this af
ternoon arc a 2:14 pace, with five en
tries; a 2: IS trot, with seven entries,
and a 2:30 pace, with 12 entries.
Rock Island, 111., Aug. 20, 1903.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the head office, Modern Woodmen of
America, Rock Island, 111., until 10
o'clock a. in. Aug. 29, 1903, for the ex
cavation, concrete and masonry up to
grade line of a proposed annex build
ing to be located east of present Mod
ern Woodmen building. Kach bid to
be accompanied by a certified check
of 2 per cent of the amount thereof,
payable to the Modern Woodmen of
America, and addressed to the archi
tect as "Proposal for the Foundation
Work M. W. of A. Annex."
LEONARD DRACK, Architect.
Many persons in this community are
suffering from kidney complaint who
could avoid fatal results by using Fo
ley's Kidney Cure. All druggists.
XEWA NEE MEN PROJECT
ANOTHER INTEBURBAH LINE
W.x. Eddy, F. II. Davis, II. F.
White, A! T. E:ldy and A. C. Scott, all
of Kcwanee, have formed a company
and seeured incorporation papers to
build an interurban from Kewnnoc
north to Aunawan. Tajipi'tig a coal
field, north of Kevvance is given as the
main object. The capital m fixed at
$13,000 and the company has adopted
the name of Kewanee Straight Line
Electric Railway coinany.
YOUJi II AT
Ir lx" a Ktllxli One. Hut It Mkkv Tinuhln
A man usually buys a hat that's "in
tyle," but the modern hat for nun
has 1.,-ts to answer for.
Paid heads are growing more nu
merous every day. Hats make excel
lent bleeding places for the parasitic
gernis. which sap tin- life from the
roots of the hair.
When your hair begins to fall out
and your scalp is full of dandruff it
is a sure sign that thc countless
germs are busily at work.
There is but one way to overcome
the trouble and kill the germs that
way is to ajdy Xcwbri's Ilerpieide
to the so:tl it will kill Ihe germs and
healthy hair is siure to result.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10
cents in stamps for sample to the
Herp?cid company, Detroit, Mich.
For sale bv T. 11. Thomas, druggist.
I'utn an KikI to It All.
A grievous w ail oft limes conies as a
result of unbearable pain from oxer
taxed organs, dizziness, backache,
liver complaint and oust ipat ion. Rut
thanks to Dr. King's New Life Rills,
they put an end to it all. They are
gentle, but thorough. Try them. On
ly 25 cents. Guaranteed by Ilartz
Directories of North and South Da
kota. Missouri, Iowa. Wisconsin. Pe
oria and Chicago. Io-j-ords are kept
of people moving, arriving or leaving
Ravi'iip rt. Credit report u and cor
rect addresses funvshed on applica
tion. Rraneh of the Rcrgmau Collec
tion Agency. 2()7-20'. Rra "',." street.
Da v -report.
A MUSK MB NTS.
Wednesday, August 26.
The Ileautiful Southern Play
THE LAND '0 COTTON
RY JjllLN ( lU'ri 'EN DEN W ERR.
A scenic pastoral inclo-drama
in live acts, presented by a
carefully selected company.
Every act et with a wealth
of new and beautiful scenery.
Sec the realistic scene show
ing cotton ginned, spun, canV
od and woven.
Till' WON DERIT'L .R MPIM! HORSE
Hear the "Land O'Cottoti
ipiartet sing all the latest song
PRICES -:. .".3 and' 30 cents. Seal
sah- Monday, Aug. 2! at Illinois
Dot LtTi on Cham it c rum. kimdt a Compan v.
Thursday, Aug. 27.
Lincoln J. Carter's picturesque west
Sec the Eclipse of the Moon. The Ex
citing Horse Race. The Attack on
Fort. Reno. 'The Flaming Arrow.
The Wonderful Horses, Arrow and
Duckskin. The Council Fire and
C.ENl'INE INDIAN P.RASS RAND.
Prices: 23, 33 and 30 ccnls.
Seats on sale Tuesday at Illinois
OlUltTION CUAMRERLIN.KINOT ACOflPANV.
Saturday, Aug. 29.
A society event of much importance
The very best of Mary .1. Holmes
great American novels
2)A3v K.JWESS A2)
Dramatized by Charles W. Chase.
The cast includes:
Sarah Royd, Roy Applegale,
Maude Atkinson, E. T. Stetson,
and other popular favorites.
Prices: 23. 50, 7 3c and .51.00.
Scats ou sale Thursday at the Illi
Sunday, Aug. 30. .
f?$r- ' ' 11 tmmv ' ' '
1724 Second Avenue.
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MAKE A NOTE OF IT.
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lynde tlock, Room 38. Office hours 8 a. m. to C p. m. and
Sa'tu day evenings. 1 elephone west 1514. New telephone 6011
WROWJV'S -BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Enrollment Day. Monday, Atig. 31.
Tchool'Opcns Jcpt. I.
DO IT JVOW.
75?e Gold Crown Dental Parlors
Third Avenuo and Seventeenth Street. Rock Island.
ATTACH CS TO ANY
f 05 TUB Oft LA VATOffY.
ASH VOU ft PHYSICIAN ABOUT
THE. USE Of SHOWER OATHS
Davis Block. Old 'Phone 1148. New
Vou can borrow noiiey here on
your furniture, piano, horses, wagons,
or oilser personal property, on short
notice, privately and without disturb
ing or removing the projerty from
your possession. Amounts from 510
upwards. Our rates are reasonable,
our methods reliable. We make it a
point to satisfy every customer.
Write, call or telephone us-. We will
be glad to iiote you our terms ar.d
give vou further information.
The Painless Dental Specialists
You can see
them at our
6148. 112 West Seventeenth St.