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THE ARGTT8, MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1904.
nvff to buy gro
ceries at low prices.
8 barsS. C. soap 25c
1 tack good flour $1.2
1 Back best Buckwheat 25c
1 lb. imported anchovies.. 4c
3 lb?. Apricots 25c
3 lb. I'waehes 25c
3 lbs. Lai-ins . ." . 25c
6 lbs. good Prunes 25c
3 cans Early June Peas 25c
3 cans Tomatoes 25c
3 cans Baked Leans 25c
3 pkgs. Mother's Oats 25c
8 pkgs. Corn Blow 25c
3 pkgs. Pancake Flow 25c
3 pkgs. Luokwhe.it Flour.. 25c
2 pkg. Norka Oats 25c
2 pkg. Malto Oats 25c
2 pkgs. Rrttijohna Break
fast Food 25c
3 large bottles; Catsup 25c
2 cakes Sa polio 15c
1 doz. large Herring..'..'.. 20o
jSi 2025 Fourth Ave. Both 'Phonea.
Wedding Gifts that
May or may n t be Intrinsically
valuable; lut surely real worth
makes them all the more accept
hblc. So it's always ante, to pur
chase such silver and other ta
ble ware as it i- our province
and pleasure to supply, rings,
breastpins and other art icles for
persona adornment. The name
.f i: MSKIi is a sure sign of
genuineness. Just now we are
showing the beautiful design in
Sterling silver table ware, "I'.UI
JEW KLKIi AND OPTICIAN
Opposite Harper House.
Go to the
and enjoy evn
F.VKKYP.OOY that uses
Math's lee Cream to serve at
th'ir party or reception, is al
w ay s perfectly satisfied. be
cause we use the best materials,
anil have had the experience in
turning it out. so that it can't
We always bare the latet
stxles In INDIVIDUALS and
V SCY ICE CREAMS.
Give use your order. Our prices
are always right.
Try our Strawberry lee and
Ice Cream while it is made from
the fresh fruit.
Age 62, t6: age fio. S: age 68, $10:
age 70. $12.
MAJ. H. C. CONNELLY,
171BM Second Ave . Rock Island. 111.
Call or write at once.
EACH WINS A GAME
Rock Island and Bloomington
Break Even in Series on
COLTS SHOULD HAVE BOTH
Lumlin Kxploiles Yesterday After
Having His Oame Hsgfeed
P. HT. L. Pet.
Cellar Rapids 33 'SA 10 JUfi
Springfield '7 1; 11 .593
Decatur ::l 1 U AH
Dubuqae 32 U Ifl ',M,
Bloomington 30 n io .4t"i7
Davenpbrl 15 1s .i.y,
Rockford :il 13 18 .410
Rock Plan! L'y 12 17 .414
Bock I Irirnl i. Bl omhigtofi '.
Dubuque 7. Davenpdrt S.
i edar kapid- l. Rockford 8.
Roch Island ", Bloomington 6.
Ceilar Raptds ':. Roelcford I.
Dubuque 7. Davenport 0.
Springfield 5, Decatur 4.
lock Island tit Decatur.
Springfield at Bloomington.
Dubtique at Davenport.
Cedar Rani .'- nt R rkfi r !.
Liebhart. aootberaew recruit n the
Roelt Island twirling -iatT. was scut
to the firing line yejsterdsj afternoon
in an i (Tort ti ave the game after
the score had beep evened up through
the explosion of Lund in in the fifth
inning, ami would probably have made
.'mi! hut for a wild pitch in the
eighth that allowed Herbert, who had
hit. to -core.
The game, one of the most exciting
f the season at Ibe heal park, was
c alled. . rraugemenl before be
ginning, at o'clock to permit the
clubs to catch trains. liroomington for
home an I RfN'k Island Tor Decatur.
In the eighth, while the Colts were
at bat. Manager Thornton was put out
f the grounds for disputing a called
ft Ike on Smith ly Umpire Milan.
Thornton was dealt fairly with bj the
impire, who admonished him re
Mate.H .in.) fined him $15 before orj
ering him out of tin- grounds.
The Kcore was 6 and V Rock Island
ras up in the ninth inning aiul likely
vould have at least tied the score,
he bdtting order starting witb Dona
hue, when Milan declared the con
t at an end. Accordingly the r. cor.!
.kill show on I j eight innings played.
The crowd, which bad been worked
nto almost a frenzy by the excitement.
ra t he red in the diamond, many sup.
posing that there would li- an at- !
tempt t moii the umpire. Put Milan
was not molested. While the local
fans are loyal to their team, they
realized that Thornton bad carried
hi point to a point where Milan was
justified in the penalty he Imposed.
Colt Have Winning Lead In First.
The Colts took a lead in the first in
ning that would have clinched the
victory had Lundin been able to main
tain the form he displayed in the
first four inning-:, when he held the
'loonier- to two singles. The Colts
gathered three runs in the opening
inning on error.- at short an! first
base followed by a three-bagger by
Lister and singles by Vandine ami
Miller. In the third a couple W re add
ed, another error, this one by Cas-i-boine
at second on Donahue'.- ground
er, seeming to nnnerve Barker am!
cause him to pas- the next two men.
Lally and Listl r. The scores were
brought with a two-baser in right by
Vandine. who attempted to make
third on Milter's grounder to enman
and was tagged by Herbert. Rebseher
made the third out on a hit to second.
Barker took courage after tlye phn
1ii! rally by his team in the fifth and
the best the Colts could do was to
pet two hits in a row in the eighth,
dot without result. In tin- seventh
the bases were full, but Vandine fell
i victim " Barker's curves and
The Bloomers did not connect with
Lundin until the third, when Cassi
lioine Surprised the native- as well as
himself, and singled. In the fourth
Smith found him. but neither hit was
productive of a run. In the fifth the
Bloomers batted nnee around. Reb
seher aided Lundin in the undoing of
the local team. dwin began tin- per
formance with a hit. CasSiboine
knocked one over to short and was
.-ife on Beh's blunder. Lundin was
wabbling; pa-sing Neuman. one nf the
weakest hatters of the visiting aggre
gation. Barker struck out.
Hhnutil Not Mav ..
With perfect put by Reck Plain'
the side WOOld bae been retired. The
run-getters were -cut to face Lundin.
The strain was more than he could
ndnre, and there followed hits bj
Kruger, Herbert, Smith ami Godwin
which, with an error by Van i . ; at
third, bronchi t'n e tallies. The i ie
wa- retired with a spectacular thri -v
;n from center to the home plate bj
Thornton after fielding Godwin's hit
catching Donovan. IJebnsrt finish :
The pitching stunt tt r Lock Islan '
But two hil- were maiie iff him. hut
he aline is to h'ame for t lie winning
indigestion. One Ayer's Pill
nntorl o 1 1 vonptohlp
out;dl "VUIV.Uf All TVWIBUIWi
lead gotten br the Bloomer?. Smith.
tir-t up in the eighth, connected,
moved to second on Smith"- bad throw
to put out (iodwin at first, and scored
on Leibhart.- wild pitch. That was all
there was nf it:
POCK ISLAND. A. P. p. II. P. A. K.
Thornton, cf 4 1 0 1 0 0
Stnit h. c
1 0 O 0 0 o
4 0 1 0 o 0
:: 2 0 (i o 0
2 s o o
4 0 2 1 1
4 o i :i 3 o
4 O 1 2 1
4 ( 0 0 1 1
2 0 10 10
2 0 1 0 0 0
BL0OM1NGTOX, A JR.
Kruger. rf 5
Herbert. ::li 4
Conners. if 4
Donovan, c 4
Smith. Hi 4
Godwin, cf 4
as-limine, 2b 4
Kenmanr, sa !
j 9 24
P. II. P.
1 2 2
s M IS
Score by innings:
Pock Aland 0 2 0 0 o o 05
Bloomington 0 0 0 o 5 0 o I 6
Summarv: Two-dase hit- Vandine.
Lundin. Three-base hit - Lister. Pases
on hall Lundin. 1: I.ciMiart. 1: Bar
ker. Struck out Lundin, .": Leih
hart. :;: Parker. 4. Wild pitch Lie'o
hart. Passed ball Smith. Cmpire
Milan. Tim-- 2:00.
Cellar KapMa 3. Boehfard 1.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. June Ren
was invincible against the visitor.-an
had anc suppt rt after the third in
ning, when the Rcckfords scored 01
a lot and an error. Sci
Cedar Rapids ft 000020 l " -3 :
RodpTord QO.lOOQOO.u7-l :
Batteries Pieneand Ludwig: !
Itubnqaa 7. Ilmfnimrl O.
Dubuque, Iowa. June - Dnbuquc
made it ihr'c straight and shut 1 nt
DavcnpoTt. The locals played all
visitors in the field and a
nan was in good form
. . . .0 11 o o o o o o oo 7 :
....010 :: 1! 0 o 1 -7 1 1 .
StaulTer and Willian.: :
Rastman and Thiery.
Kpriacflald llee:tnr 4.
Decatur, II!.. June 6. It took 10 in
nifigs to decide the garnet Springfield
getting tin1 winning run on a wil
throw by Gruebaer and a three-base
hit I v Case. Fi-ur thousand peopli
saw the game.
Springfield . . .
...00 2 0 o - o o o o- 1". E
. . .0 o :.' ( Q 100 1 I-"' 9 S
llardt and O'Connor:
Case and Latimer.
Ilacerman a Mrsterv Satunlay.
Hagertnan was a mystery Saturday
to the Bloomers, 11 of them were
struck out. three in the ninth inning.
The score was 4 to 2.. Bishop wa- in
the DOS for the visitors, and also gave
a tine exhibition, out eight hits be
ing made off hi- delivery.. The -core:
RO K ISLAND.
Va inline. 3b . .
Rebseher, ss . .
AB. i:. II. I'
0 o I
1 1 2
4 0 1
Total- nt 4 s
BLOOMIXGTOX, A.B. R. II
Kruger. rf 4 1 1
Herbert. 3b I 0
Conners, if 4 0
Donovan, 4 0
Smith. Dj 4 o
(iodwin. cf I 0
Cassiboine, 2b 4 o
Neuinan. ss 1
Bishop, p I o
Totals 2 6 l7 1 1 1
Score by inning-:
Bock Island .....01000111 04
Bloomington 1 00 1 0000 02
Summarv: Two-base hit -Conners.
Bases on hall- Hagerman, I; Bishop.
2. Struck out Hagerman. 11
I. Passed hall- Donovan. 2
Ditcher Rebseher. Lister.
1:43. I in pi re Milan.
Batteries Jones and Muleahy;
Kenna ami W Rliams.
Cedar Rapids I
Batterief liiil. Holmes and Ludwig;
Graham nnd H ssler.
In ll-ic l.etrnes.
CbMgco, 3nne ' Eollowinx are
Ihe I ase Itall scores:
I engtto (Saturday!: At Boston St.
Louis .". Boston 2 twelve inuin-s: at
I'bihtdelpki.'C Cbieago s. Pbibidelphla
4: .-.t I nx.klyu Pittsburs 11. Brook
lyn 4: ;;t New York Cincinnati 2.
N'cv V. rk 2 eleven Itiuings. dark
ties-. (Sunday 1 At Brooklyn Pitts
PU-g i. Brooklyn
Atncrh-an (Sjiturdayi: Atddcavo
VVnsbiugtun 2. Chicago 11: at St. linuis
P!ii:.:del;il;ia .". St. Ixuis ; at Pe
tri t New York 5. Detroit ; atCleve
innd Boston ::. Clev eland 2. (Sunoayi
At. St. i.o:.:- VV'asbinston ."1, St.
Louis G fourteen Ignrngs; at Cbica
go Phihoh Iphi i 2. Chicago 14.
Assoclatk :i (Saturday): At Toledo
Milwaukee 12. Toledo G; nt Columbus
Minneapolis ."1 ColumbnswB; at Indi
nnapoli- If inaj Cttjr 2. Imllauaoo!.-
Keep it active. Cure your
constipation. Get rid of your
cifk -hpnfiarhr hiltmicncc
at bedtime, just one. Mild,
rIH f or PI CPOTC J c SyarCo .
sviwt w w J '
Sacrament Administered to Class
of 31 at Sacred Heart Church
FATHER L0CKNEY CE1EBRAN1
Impressive Se. r ces in Which T
Other Prieui Asstst Special
At 8 o'clock mass at Sacred Heart
church yesterday morning a class ol
31, all t whom are children with the
exceptii 11 of Frank Brown, took their
first communion. Rev. Father .1. F.
Lbckn'ey, pastor of the church, was
celebrant, assist d 1 Rev. Father VY.
High masr was sung at 10: 30 o'clock
by Rev. Father Ehigene, professor of
St. Bi de'- college, of Peru, 111. The
in it- it war rendered by the regulai
choir, assisted bj Messrs. Liudley ami
Reimers, of Davenport, who sang th
offertory. Alter the mas- a solemn
procession was held in honor of tin
blessed sacrament. The flower girls
were .i I ina and Celeste Comegys, Na
mni Mapsfield, Una Kail and Helen am
Marie Cavanaugh. Those taking com
inunion were tendered a breakfast in
Sacred Heart hall.
The day was a red letter day in the
history of Sacred Heart parish. Net
Friday is the feast pf '.he Sacred
Heart f Jesus and the feast clay of
Sacred Heart church, which will he
.1! served by the singing 1 f high ma-s
at o'clock in the morning.
Nwsbiininl 1 i.mitii' tilon 4 Inn 1
The names of Ihi - vvlm t ink first
communion f How: Frank Campano.
'.'ieorp Campano. John Daly .
D'Brii 1:. II. R iki nfii l.i. .1. Hamilton. I".
McCarthy, M. Murrin, George McCar
thy', .1. ( ggin. Hugh riark. Benjamin
Stadcr, s. Stader, F. Br wn. tfaj
Miirriu, Lucille Fisher, Vlice Kurta
Stella Gilbert, Florence Kavanaugh.
Marie Smith. Agnes Perry, Annie
Brag Ion. Bessie Porjer, Jennj Cam
pano, (iertriide Golden, M.u Farrcll.
Belen Morrison. Vnnie l.ahitT. I.ilv
Breecher, Rose Kinney, Mabc Ham.
(; at Ixmlsrine St. PaalC. LouSsville
;:. (Sunday) A: Toledo Mnwaukee 1".
Toledo i: at Columbus Miuueapolis
'.. Columbus 2; at Louisville St. Pan:
.'. Louisville ; elevvui innings.
Western (Saturdayi : At Sioux cit
Si. Joseph 1. Sioux City 2; at Colo
ado Sprbigs -Omaha 4. Coloradi
Springs 7: tit Denver lies Moines "1
enrer '. (Sunday 1 At St. .Joseph
Ioux City 1. St. Joseph at Colorad
'prints Omaha 12. Colorado Springs
; at Denver Dos Moines (i, Denver i
DUST FROST THE DIAK0SD.
The Riversides defeated the Sears
nine yesterday lv a score of 14 to 13.
There were 1,490 paid admissions to
yesterday's game at Twelfth street
The Mush Hills and South Heights
erossed bats yesterday. The Mush
Hills won ' to 1.
Case won his game in the 101 h in
ning yesterday with a three-base hit.
Wonder- wili m ver cease.
Smith got a had finger in the third
inning yesterday, hut he was ganu
and held out till tile end of the con
test. The only unfortunate part of it was
that Thornton did not have King put
off the gr unds before he wa.- put oil
Liebhart, the new t wirier, comet
from Omaha, having been with ihe
Western league team since the begin
ning of the season.
Lister cut off a score in the third
inning yesterday with a beautiful one
hand -top 1 f Rebscher's high throw
to fir.-t of Kruger's grounder.
Teams representing Brown's Busi-
ness college here and the Davenport
Business college met at Bettendorf
Saturday afternoon. Hock Island won
Id to 3.
Donnelly Bays Ihe only thing to keen
him from winning the pennant is Ce
dar Rapids getting too long a lead,
and he ha- confidence that Belden
Hill"- team will take its turn nt losing
Decatur players when they reached
home from here the other day declar
ed that Botsford, who had tin m so
mystified Thursday, "hadn't a thing."
They said the ones In- served wen- so
easy that evi l-. In fly tried to kdl Ihe
ball, hence the -eareity of hit-.
Among the members of the St.
Louis Browns attracting the most at
tention at ihe present time is Hunter
Hill, the former lit ek Island player,
whom tin- local knockers succeeded
in driving off the team. This i- a pret
ty gmd illustration of what the
chronic grunt know- about real ball
King i- the name of the phenom
who was Introduced at short am! cen
ter yesterday by Bock Island. In the
trial at practice at short he fielded
clean only one f a dozen bails bit to
him. Portunatefy there were no dies
knocked to center' while he wa- in
charge there. The gentleman hails
from California. He will not be re-
It wi aid le unjust to heap criticism
on Pel eher for hi- errors of the
I a-t ihi days. The man N not in con
dition to p'ay ball, and is taking part
in the game because there is no one
to i v. i the posit i n. The ! cal rern
nirement has its lines out for a utility :
man. and hopes to land him licfcre
the week is over.
Gill Edwards, the diminutive Deca
tur pitcher with the lightning wing
ha? jumped his cmtrart with the De
catur management. He did not like
the place and had been wanting to
quit for some time. If he fl - not re
turn In- will be blacklisted. Will
Wright, it ha- been decided by the
Decatur management, w ill be released
when two new pitchers that are beinj
negotiated for are signed.
Milan has during the series of
games in which he litis c tticiateil in
Bock l.-land made an impression equal
to the best umpires in the history of
Ihe Three-F..e league. He has ma
some poor decisions at. times as was
to be expected, but the unfortunate
art of it i- that those most preju
dicial to Bock Island should have been
made during the two games with
Bloomington, At that, no one -cents
to quest! 11 Milan's motives in the
Umpire Milan's decision tiiat led to
Manager Thornton's vigorous protest
vas a rank one. everybody wlio was
, le cut knows, but there was no sense
in Thornton's kicking himself off the
.round.-, to the disgust of those who
ivere present to see a game f ball,
and to the injury, a- it turned nut to
be. of his own team. All lover - of the
game admire a manager who fights
for hi- right-, but thev do not admire
the spectacle of protracted rag chew
ing after Ihe harm has been dime.
After the Bloomington player- had
entered their 'bus to return to the
city, a ruffian i- reported to have
jumped en the step and assaulted one
of the members of the team. It was
a cowarClv thing It do. and 1 ne that
the local management regrets do
all good eitbxens. President Sexton
stated ihi- mi ruing that if any infof
matii n could be placed iii I i- hands
leading to the apprehension of the
rowdy he would be verv thankful for
tin opportunity of making an exam
ple of him.
OhlczFO. June Following are itir nattf
inr, blrbest. lowest itad clot'nr morat'n-i.
in today's markets:
Blr. HT-. Hso, KT H7,
Sept. (::'. si ,.
July V 44: 4-1 ; '
sent., 4'4 4x 4?s: - V
lec . 0; ttfi 4SH
Julv. :tS-: M : : : 3 v
ant.. NX: ' i ; i: at -
Dec , 31 K ; SIX MX.
.iuiv.11 to- p '.1 'i ro it t
Sept . 1 1.75; 11.9b; 1 1.7; II '.io.
Julv 8 '): 6 47 8 37 I 6 17
Sept.. (5 5.' -. 6.V!-; rtj
Julv c r.ve." 6 SB 8 77
Sept . 8 K; 8 V7: f.s."i: t 85
el icUii'" wr.eai. is. corn ss oats
138. noes 42 800; catth 18,000 Bkeev 16 0U0.
rt-.' roarset otieued weak to Be lower
LtePt 4VSJ4 70; mlxee -o.u Oi..cr.
r- T4 ilis.). Inavv ?; I0A4 80 rnuit
nevy Si 4iJt4
Jattle tuarsci oienea nr.n? to luc tiiKtu r.
ineep market op-.-ned sieavdy.
C uluii strcB var 's H i" p m
Hot markf-.t. we k to 5c lower.
Lis at, . ..i; unxea aud nut'irk 4.41
14 80 eood neavy. M.4S8JM 65; rougb tievy.
uattn- market ironcrsliy luc hiKher.
Heeves t .' .if-. ' cows aim neiters 1 35
a4 90. stockers anu feeders is H1Q8I Ml. Texas
si. crs It. mavis.
?ne p Eaarket steady
Hog market closed ;i t-hade higher.
L'tai. i. If t, . x- .! . . rs (4 45
it J pood neavy. 84 45tt4 8 roueh heavy
II 40 5i.
itie mari-t closed generally 10 to 15:
aaeep market closed steady.
New York Stook.
York June 8 The ; . 1 1 are ttf
:loelug quotations on the Ve VcV toc;
Sugar ISS, Oas 0 C R. 1 A P 2J 'K,Soutl
rn l'actflc 4BX, B. 0c Ol tX. Atchisou cou -
mou Atcnison ptd. 0X C M. i St. P.
4U. Maufauan ill. ropper Y.i,. W. U.
fel. (k. B8 L & N 107',; C & A. 88X. Kdr.
90BMBOB 4 Can. Pacitlc M7S. Leather, com
mon JJ. K T. 44,. PaciUc Mall I .
S. fct.-ci ptd. E3J4, V. S. S'eel common 9,
enaa. iu-x. o. acinc bbm. 1 mon pacitsc
3. coal and Irou :i3, ICrlc common ' ,,
.va'i:isn pra. 3J car foundry C & C
V 13 '. Rep. Steel ptd.. U Rep. Steel com -
aon 6. New York Central 1 !4 Illinois
UMIAL MAK8KT DONliI TIUKH
fodar'a ilaotalluu on Pruvtalun. !.!
StooS Kw1 and FtiL
Hock Island, June 6 Following are tbr
wholesale quotations on the local market
Butter Creamery 18 20r. dairy 15 to tCc
Ktcs Fresh 14c.
'..ve poaltrr Snrlnr chickens $ rer
AoMB; fens KM rr "nund, turkeys IOC
tKiuuc. . uutks wc. peese tic.
v?gelaOle rjuu., fl. Unlocs 81.50.
CaUie Steers '3 63 to 4 o. cows inr
letters 82.00 to 13.75 calves 13.00 to 14.75
t.OKS Mixed and butchers 44 25 to tl 50
Sheep Yearlings or over. 3.so o 6 or
r.amb B5.'i0 to 18 00
Ke,l Ami ?nL
Grain Corn 5i to 65c: ots. CkSBsSa.
Foraee -Tlraothv hay 811 iM) to BI3: Dralrie
83 to 10 50. straw t 60
Wood Hard, per load 85.60.
Coal Lump. per bunbel Mc. slack, ler
I know a jolly old maiden lady.
A la l.v of high degree.
Who never gi M 1o bed without
A drink f lb ck Mountain Tea.
Sensible w 1 man.
T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
John Volk 6c Co.,
Dealers in ntngle and double strength
Hlinds and Moulding-, ereered &rit
Hardwood Flooring of all kinds.
Dealer in single and double strength
Window Glass. Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311 and 329
ROCK ISEVXD. : : : TT.LINOIS.
Agency and Information
807 -209 Brady St.. Davenport. Iowa
Claims, accounts and informations col
lected everywhere. Both 'pbonea.
U lie j never & Sterling 's
Correct Hatters and Clothiers.
Say an amount from $10 to $500. We make a speeinlly of
loan- ia i": nmotinls and we are prepared In furm-h
you the m in", at tic lowest ra 1 , f i ! a- long a Kmc a
you mail w..nt it. with the option of paying it all at any
time, we eh:il"ii. Voli OUlj f r ihe aniDUU! voii keep alll
t he time yon l.a v e it .
Do Von Wixnt it Quickly?
We ean usually arrange il sn that j'ou can ye; the money
the same ilny ym apply for i.'. Vour I'm nit ure. piano,
horses, vvagi n or other ersonal property", will be -ceu-rity
for what von want, but they are m l removed from
your possession. Kverythingei nfidentlal. Rates fully q tutted
in dollars ami eents, " that yon understand just whai the
loan will co t you for ::n.v given time. I.- i us figure with
you. if you need a -mall loan.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
M1TCIIELL & LYNDE BLOCK,
Olbee lloill- S a. in to S n. m
phone West 1514. New Telephone
jrcade Cigar Srtore
See the smoke chamber (A A). All nicotine and dust stop there. The
bowl can be lifted out and Ihe pipe cleaned while lighted. Stem can
not clog. Smoke all you like wilh this pipe; it won't upset your
nerves or burn your tongue. Made of Bremen, briar. You jjet only
pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when using this pip.
We will be pleased to show them to you.
To m orro bes EtJcn ing
We h&ve Opened a. First Class Bakery
At 1621 Third Avenue.
ROCK ISLAND BAKERY
Sjogren (L Johnson, Proprietors.
Freeh Bread, Fane Cakes, ai d Pa try of all kind-, short orders
will be taken at any time an i delivered to any pari ftf the city
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3 ve Don't Need the Money. Maybe You Do?
'-j Moi.ey loaned wn all article ( value, a trial is all we eelc We have 52
8 a fen e epti rnal bargain in diamop SletfeI'i I on iMfir-mu
8320 Twentieth Bt. Tbone green 13. 1 '. ' s ' TTV?e
KOOM S8, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
and Satnrdv e v e n i M"s TstW
JOHN P. SEXTON.
Harper House Block.
Rock Island Agent for
Paine's Perfect Pipe
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