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THE ABGUS, MONDAY, MAY fc3. 1904.
TlUf Is th? time
AvFTT to buy gro
ceries o.t low prices.
8 bars fi. C. soap 25c
1 sack good flour $1.3
1 sack best Buckwheat . 25c
1 lb. imported anchovies.. 4c
3 lbs. Apricots 25c
lbs. Peaches 25c
3 lbs. Raisins 25c
6 lbs. good Prunes 25c
3 cans Early June Peas.... 25c
3 cans Tomatoes 25c
3 cans Baked Beans 25c
3 pkp. Mother's Oats 25c
3 pkgs. Corn Flour 25c
3 pkps. Pancake Flour .... 25c
3 pkgs. Buckwheat Flour.. 25c
2 pkgs. Norka Oats 25c
2 pkgs. Mai to Oats 25c
2 pkgs. Pettijohn's Break
fast Food 25c
3 large bottles Catsup 25c
2 cakes Sapolip 15c
1 doz. large Herrig 20c
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and pleasure to supply, rings,
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1S1 SECOND AVENUE,
HAVE ONE APIECE
Rock Island and Davenport Are
Playing the Rubber This
I SUNDAY GAME 18 SENSATIONAL
Us Take Catting Kallr in Ninth
ad Come Wit hi i Score
P. w. L. p-t.
Cedar Kapids 21 It 7 .661
Iavtnport 20 11 .550
Bloomington 20 11 9 .550
Springticul 19 M 9 .526
Dubuque 0 10 10 .500
Hock Island 20 0 11 .450
Decatur 22 13 .40;'
Kockford io 7 13 .:::.o
Koek Island 4. Datcnporf 2.
Springfield 5. I toe k ford 4.
Cedar Rapid t, Bloomington 6.
Dubuque ::, Decatur 2.
Davenport 7. Koek bland f..
Springfield 4, Koek ford 3.
liioi.imngti n 11, Cedar Sapid 8 (is
Daouqae 8, Decatur I (Has Innings)
Koek Island and Duenport this af-
tirnoon at the park on the Iowa side
playing the rubber in the series
f three games opened Saturday. The
Its iron Saturday and Davenport
idled out with the long end of the
argument yesterday afternoon in ji
ontest prolifie of excitement and (CH-
-ational and glarinirlv .-timid p'avs.
1'hcre was brilliant work bv hot I.
ides, iuit it was overshadow ed bv the
ostliness of blundering. The Cofti
sr ere crippled at second bane, Kobley
Miller being out of the came on am
ount of sickness. He has been com-
lainiug for several days and it was
.hought best to aliow him a tayoi!
.esterday.. Arthur Lundin. the pileh
?r. covering the bag. and did well con
Idering that be was playing out of his
nit ion. Mis messing of a roller front
Seboonboren in the opening inning
rave Davenport the first run. When
he Colts went to bat in the ninth Dav
enport had a lead of four scores. The
"olts had their first batting rally of
the game her-, and came within one
f tieing the score.
McKcnna. the youthful southpaw,
vho baa proven the chief Jonah t
lock Island during the season, was
ent to the firing line again by ('apt.
VilManis. McKenna worked steadilj
intil the Baal inning, and when the
'olts alighted on him the wiseacres
mug the Davenport fans who have
teen predicting that his airship was
lac to make an ascension feared that
his time had arrived, and that the
-trings were to le cut loose by Thorn
ton's swatters. However, it was not
to be, and McKenna will hae another
chance to show what he can do
against his old time rivals from this
-ide of the stream later on. llager
inan pitched for Koek Island, allow
ing 11 hits. Ten were made off Mc
Kenna. The errors were three and
four. Davenport having the most. Mc
Kenna fanned six men and Bagerman
Lally nglnn With Homo Ran.
Koek Island went to bat first. I.ally,
following Thornton, who had Hied to
"After all, there
1 have used it with satisfaction
for nearly forty years'
' "riu in me oueninp- innintr con
nected with the first ball that Mc
Kenna passed over the plate to him
'.nd dropped it in the cabbage garde
on ine aaauauc of the left field fence
for a home run. it was a terrific hit.
and even the Davcnporters could not
help joining in the ovation that era
occasioned the play er when he" planted
nis loot on the home base. Lister
Hied. ..i, dine singled and Corkhill
expired pitcher to first. In the sec
ond Mctvenna had three Ennnrirl
MriKeoUls, l.liin.in. liehseli. i- mH
Smith, ilagerman. Thornton and Ln!-
ly were up on the third, all flwig. Hif
bj Lister and Vandine ami three er
........ .1 J-.l . . . It... , . . .
uourw io me lock Isluli'I column
in the fourth. Corkhill u.ix mi till T"f I
m ! Smith at first and Ilagerman at
bat. Smith started to steal second
Williams made a bluff nt throwing to
itcn aim, and lorkhill bit and was
tagged on a short to Alperman, thu
nding bock Island s chances in that
;nning. Lally singled in the fifth, but
there was nothing doiuc. Bumui
Ihornton and Lister not reaching
ni-t. In the sixth Vandine and Cork-
ii!l Hied and Lundin went out on a
ush to sln rt. Only four men were up
n tlie seventh and three in the
ighth. I:i the ninth the explosion
tarted after Corkhill had been retired
m a sensational stop of a line drm
y t a.--ihoine at second. I.unJin hit for
two bases. Smith sinc-Ied. Han-erman
I rove a tall one into the ritrhl m
en for two bags and Thornton kept
ip the good work, planting a saft
MM in left, Lundin. Smith and Ilager
man Mining, i.allv. already with a
home run and a single to his credit
was the one on whom depended the
settlement f the game, and he made
n heroic effort, but McKenna handed
him one with a peculiar twist, and it
shot straight up like a rocket and fell
:nto the palms of Dal Williams.
How Itarfiiport Got Kann.
For Davenport, in the first inning.
ifter lcs and Kubv had been retired.
rocket t singled, stole second and
came home on Lundin s mcssinir of
lehoonhoven'a hit. Alperman hit safe-
hut Scott -truck out. In the sec-
Mid but three men were up. no one
getting to first. A hit bv Kubv, who
tole second and third, a pass to
'rocket I and Kebseher's wild throw to
arsl of Alpcnnan's drive, rolled ui
wo in the third. Crockett being al
owed to score while Lundin and I.is-
er were playing tag with Alperman
between first and second. Williams
Irew a hit in the fourth. Scott. Cassi-
oinc and McKenna making puts. In
the fifth Ives and Kubv dronoed to
Rebseher and Crockett was flagged
hurt to first. Scott and Williams
oanecting in the sixth. Scott wa-
anghf at the plate on a throw from
Lundin. but Smith dronoed the ball
ind the score counted. The outs in
this inning were made bv SVhoon-
loven, Alperman and Cassiboine. In
the seventh, after McKenna and Ives
were down. Kubv drew a hit and pil
fered. Crockett received his second
pass, and Ruby was brought In on
Schoonhovcn's hit. Alperman died
second to first. In the ninth there was
singles by Scott. Williams and Ives,
with a sacrifice sandwiched in by
Cassiboine that produced two more
scores. McKenna retired on a poke
to Lundin and Ive- failed in an at
tempt to steal second. The tabulated
ROCK ISLAND. R. H. P.
Thornton, cf 0 1 0
Lally . rf 1 g l
Lister, lb i i ir,
Vandine, 3b l 2 0
Corkhill. If o I o
Lundin, 2b 1 l 2
is nothing lsl
fi 10 24
K. II. p
Crojekett, lb ..
Alperman. 3b .
Williams, c . . .
; saiDotne, 20 .
McKenna, p . . .
Sci're by innings:
Koek Island 100200003
Davenport 102001 12 7
Summary: Two-base hits Hager
man. Lundin. Home run-- t.aiiy . Bases
n balls off Ilagerman 2. Struck out
by McKenna 6. by Ilagerman ::. Um
pire Milan. Attendance 3.074.
l p port ..i play-1 SMtur,tnr.
The Colts outplayed their neighbors
nn the opposite side of the creek Sat
urdav afternoon, winning hamiilv bv
of 4 to . Here is the
Aft K. H. P. A. K.
...$.1 3 2 0 0
.5 1 0 0 0 0
.4 0 1 0 0
.402 1 00
. :; i 2 440
. 4 O t 0 0
. .1 l o 1 o
.301 . G t)
.40 1 1 0
l'hort nton. cf
Pot a Is
Score by innings
0 0 0 O .i 0 0 1 0 4
0 t 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
rwo-base hits Thorn-
n. Miller, Schoonhoven. Struck out -
bv I.akaff. 4; Scott, -I. Bases on ball-
off I.akaff. 1; Scotl. I. Double plays
Lriknff-Miller-Yandine. Passed ball
Smith, I. Hit by pitcher- Miller. Sac
rifice hits -Smith. Lyons. Ives. Stol
en bases Ives. Time of game 1:50.
Dnbnqn fl. Drcatnr 4.
Dubuque, Iowa. May After De
catur had scored three runs in the
first half of the sixth inning rain
stopped the game, the score reverting
back to the end of the fifth inning.
which gave Dubuque the victory. The
Dubuque 4 0 2 0 06 6 2
Decatur 3 0 0 10 4 14 3
Batteries Eastmag and Mulcahy;
Weigand and O'Connor.
Cedar Kaplds 4. Illoomlncton 3.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. May 23. The
locals tied the game in the ninth in
ning, but Itloomingtoii added three
scores in the lot li. All the pitchers
were hit hard, but lllooiiiingtou did
the best biise running. Score:
Cedar Rapids ...0000131030-8134
Bloomington . . .5 0 o o l o i l o :;-i l 16 3
Batteries ESane and Lndwhj; Mc-
Lireevy, msiiop and Donovan.
Sprlnrfleld 4. Rocfcford 3.
Kockford, III., May 23.- Koektord
fell before the good pitching of Case,
who was steady at critical times.
Hoffman's double and triple drove in
most of Springfield's runs. Score:
Kockford 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0:, 4 .
Springfield 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 04 8 3
Batteries Raymond and Stark;
Case and Latimer.
In Bla Lcarora.
Chicago. May 23. Following arc the
base ball scores:
League (Saturday): At PlttSbUlg
Boston 3, Pittsburg 5; at St Iouis
Brooklyn 2, St. Louis 3; at Chicago
New York 3. Chicago O; nt Cincinnati
Philadelphia 8, Cincinnati io. (Snn
dayi At Cincinnati Philadelphia '!.
Cincinnati 4: nt St. Iouis Brooklyn
2. St. Ixmis 3: at Chicago New York
1, Chicago 3.
American (Saturday!: At Vashing
ton Detroit 0. Washington 0 ten in
nings, darkness: at Now York Chica
go 11. New York 2: at Boston St.
Louis 5, Bosto.i 3 thirteen Innings;
at Philadelphia Clevela nd f. Phila
Association (Batntday): At St. Paul
Columbus L St. Paul :t: at Mil
waukee Toledo ;. Milwaukee 2; at
Minneapolis Louisville 3. Minneap
olis 2: at Kansas City Indianapolis
4. Kansas t'ity ti. (Sunday i At Mil
waukee Toledo 3. Milwaukee 8; at
Minneapolis LottiaTUle 8. Minneapolis
0; at Kansas City Indianapolis 11.
Kansas City 10; at St. Paul Colum
bus 2. St. Paul 4.
Western (Saturday): At Omaha
Sioux City 4. Omaha 8; at Des Maine?
Colorado Springs fl. lies Moines 3;
at St Joseph Rain. (Sunday) At
Omaha Sioux City 8. Omaha 12: at
St. Joseph Denver 11, St. Joseph .";
at Des Moines Colorado Springs 5.
Des Moines 2.
Ladlva ana Children
w ho cannot stand t ho A.lil.ilnlii , t
laxative syrups and cathartic pills are
especially fond of Little Early Risers.
All persons who find it necessary to
iner medicine should try tnese
ease !"- nnH r.. ........ . - -
J S 1 . voujpaic ill,- , .
pleasant and strengthening effect with
the nauseatincr and
Hons following the use of other reme-
j : t am - au . ...
ui:s. una r.ariy icisers cure bilious
ness, constipation, Rck headache,)
jaundice, malaria and liver troubles.
sola by all druggists.
Foley Honey and Tar contains no
1 1 n i ;j t p anrl fin c- i i n
- . . cairn i tt- v i r ii tu
children. Sold by all drnnrifits.
DUST FROM DIAMOND.
The Black Hawks beat Herbert's
Colts SO to 14 Saturday.
Kohley Miller's work in Saturday.
game was worth the price of adtnis
Tomorrow is an off dav in the leairue.
Koek Island opens at Springfield Ved
t.ally was fined ? Saturday lor
questioning a second base decision of
U aspire Milan's.
At-' ti er game like that yesterday
and heart stimulant will be a house
hold remedy in Davenport.
Smith was off yesterday in throwing
to second. Davenport took adiuntage
of it and seven Stolen bases was the
Ktbscher and Miller are out ol the
game today. Inith sick. Lister ha?
iieeu h.I'te.. over to secoud. Lundin
placed at short and Donahue at first.
The Young Centrals defeated the
Twelfth street Sluggers Saturday by
a score t f C to o. The batteries were
Appi Iquhrt and Bledsoe and O-termnn
The Dig Joes wen defeated Satur
day by the Illinois Smokers 13 to 7.
tanas and Smith for the winners and
F'cken and Jensen for the losers were
Peoria is not to have baseball after
all. The negotiations for a berth in
the Central league ha c fa Hen t hrough.
Joe (Red) Wright, the former Kock
isiamt tirst oaseman who lias been in
Peoria trying to work up a team f
that city in sonic league, is indignant
and i.- going to qait the place. II
says he has offers from Minncnpoli
:'.ti!i npringnera and may accept one
or the other.
The baseball writer for the Hock
ford l.'epnblic would do better bv his
town, if instead of t rving to create
discord in the ranks of the Koek I
nun team, l.e would devote Ins ener
gies to attracting the natives to th
games played in lhat city. Kock lsl
and. in the series plaved there last
week, from its share of the receipt
had just enough to pav the hotel bill
for the team, with nothing left for
salaries or railroad fares.
THE CENTRAL TEAM 13 TO 3
The independents won from the
Centrals at the Twelfth street park
yesterday afternoon 13 to :!. Here is
INDEPENDENTS. A.B. K. H. P. A. K.
McCiuley. If 5 4 :; l 0 1
Boldorf, lb 5 ' 2 11 t 1
SeUmer, e . L' :: 0 1 o
Corken, cf :, i l i l o
Atkinson, rf ." 0 :i 0 0 1
Cars;-. 'Jh r. 0 1 2 0
Benson, ss r i i i 3 t)
Hanson. 3b 4 2 t) :. 1 0
Appelquist, p ." 1 () :: 1 0
Totals 14 13 13 '27 10 :t
CENTRALS. A.B.R. H.P.A.E.
Swank. 2b ." 0 0 1 1 1
Kceley. lb :! 1 I 12 0 1
Kerns, cf 5 0 0 0
Stengel, rf 1 0 I 0 0 0
Kappler, :b 4 0 1 1 1 0
Coe, ss I (I 2 0 'J I
Normoyie. If 4 0 0 2 (I 0
Sahnnann, i 0 on i
Sample, p 4 2 2 n :: o
Totals ::7 :: 7 27 9 -t
Score by innings:
Independents :t 3 0 0 00 1 6 0
Centrals o ( n l i o o n i
BammAry: Home run Sellmer.
Three-base hit Atkinson. Two-base
hits - Sellmer 2, Kceley, Sample, Mi
Ginley. Struck outby Appelquist .'
by Sample i L
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digestion, dyspepsia and all stomach
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digestant, but a tissue building tonic
as well. Kenewed health, perfect
strength and increased vitality follow
its use. Sold by all druggists.
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Big Bargains in
Second Hand Pianos
must Up sold :it once. One upright
piano in good condition
standard make, at .
One large size square
One Steinway Square
Also new pianos at factory prices
from $7." to
less i ban can
First Class Piano Tuning $2
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Factory representative. New phone 61 IV
Rock Island. - - III.
Frank A. Fredericks
Schreiner Shop, 1121 Fourth
Jobbing promptly done. Win
dow and door serpens a special
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bama. (Jeor-ia, Florida. North and
South Carolina, Kentucky, .Missi .-ippi.
Tennessee, and Virginia on the
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the very lor rate f one fare for the
round trip, plus $'. Tfeketsj arc goad
jroinir lo da vs. and for ston-overa
outh ff the Ohio rixer. with anal lim-
t ftir return of L'l daji from date f
On the same dales one-way settlers'
tickets will be hold to points in the
same territory at one-half first class
rats, plus $2, from Ohio river pate
way. For rates, schedule- and full infor
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agent, or write to J. S. McCntlOttgfa,
If. VV. P. A., 22.-J Dearborn street, Chi
For information about farm lands,
business locations, etc., write T. B.
Thackston. ajrent. Land and Industrial
Department. 22.1 Dearborn street, Chi
cago, III. or ti. B. Allen, A. G. P. A.,
St. I. Mo.
It is possible to get
along without a light
weight coat, but its not
advisable. Cool sum
mer nights call them
into use. as well as the
fickle days of early
spring and fall. We are
Top Coats at
$12.50 and $15.
You wjU find Teas
and Coffees hero tliat
other dealern do not
handle, and if you have
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pare with them. We
are sole agents in Rock
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single trial will prove
they are far superior to
any you have ever used.
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