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THIS AHGTTS. MONDAY, JULY 4. 1904.
Is the time
to buy gro-
ceries at low prices. I
8 bars S. C. soap 25c i
4 - M
x bdiK gnoQ n'jur
1 sack beet Buckwheat 25
1 lb. imported anchovies . . c
3 lbs. Apricots 25e
3 lbs. Peaches 25s
3 lbs. Itaisins . 25s
0 lbs. good Prunes 25c
S cans Karly June Peas.... 25s
3 cans Tomatoes 25e
3 cans Baked Beans 25c
3 pkrs. Mother's Oats 25c
:: pkgs. Corn Flour 25s
3 pkgs. Pancake Flour . 25s
X pkgs. Buckwheat Flour.. 25c
2 pkgs. Norka Oats 25c
2 pkgs. Atalto Oats 25s
2 pkgs. Pettijohn'a Break
fast Food 25s
3 larire bottles Catsup .... 25s
2 cakes Sapolio
1 doz. large Herring..
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Clslme, accounts and informstioas sol
tested everywhere. Both
Roc': In'jnd Has Poor Picking Off
Donnelly's Pitchers at
BRR0B8 L03B TEE LAST OAKS
Hacrraua and Brlttaeu Earh AHovtIbk
Pour Ulta In Other
Springfield, July 4 Springfield
shut out Rock Island yesterday's in a
pitchers' battle between Hritt&en and
Hagcrman. The Springfield man bad
the better support, and due to this
the game was won by the locals. The
ROCK ISLAND, R. II. PO.A. E.
Thornton. 2b 0 1 4 3 0
Robertson, ss . . . i 6 I 2 o 1
I -ally, rf Q I (i 0
Lister, lb o o 5 o o
Vaiidine, 3h 0 1 i 0 0
M Ixmoiigh. c 0 0 7 2 I
Smith, cf 0 1 2 1 2
Ceoroy, if ...... o I 4 o 1
Hagrman, p 0 ft ft 2 1
Totals i 4 24 8 5
SPRINGFIELD, It. H. PO.A. E.
Lippert, rf 0 0 2 0 0
Donnelly, cf 1 ft 2 0 0
V right, lb ft 1 15 0 0
.'affryii. If ft 1 ft ft ft
Smith. .'5h ft ft ft 2 ft
Latimer, c ft ft ?. ft
Meal, ss ft 2 2 2 ft
bright, Za ft o o o
(rittsen, p ft ft ft 5
Score by innings:
iiK'k island ftftuftftOOftft
ipringfield u 0 ti ft o ft ft 1 1
Summary: Two baac hits Neal.
A" right, struck oct By Brittsem, 3;
i.v Uagerman. .". Time of game 1 :25.
mpirc- Lobcrk. Attendance 1,860.
Dmrnpnrl I. Itockford -.
Davenport, July 4. Rockford's in
utility to hit Myers when hits were
leaded won the game for Davenport.
). V EN PORT.
'rocket t. Ih ..
acols. ss . . . .
Iwatan, rf . . . .
V Iperman. ::b .
.Villinms, c . .
H. PO.A. E.
1 2 o ti
Totals 4 9 27 14 2
tOCKFORD, R. H. PO.A. E.
lavidson. If 1 1 2 ft 1
iarke. c 0 0 7 0 0
.leek, lb ft 1 1ft ft Q
Shear, ::i ft ft ft i ft
Iraham, er ft i 2 0 ft
VBrien. 2b ft 1 0 4 0
ehoonhoven, ss ft ft 1 2 ft
Malvern, rf 1 1 2 ft ft
laager, p o ft ft 3 ft
Totals 2 5 24 1ft 1
Score by innings:
mvenpoit 10000102 4
tockford 002 000000 2
Summary: Three base hits Alper
nan. Rases on halls Off Meyers, 5;
)ff Jaeger. 1. Struck out -By Meyers.
'.; by Jaeger, 6. Time 1:35. Umpire
I inltmi - lnr ItapMn .
Dubuque, July 4. Cook pitched a
tuperb game, and despite some ttn
teadjr work by his teammates held
'edar Rapids down to no score. Bue
jw hit in both of Dubmpie's runs.
EDAR RAPIDS, R. H. PO.A E
hurkee, 3b ft ft 0 2 t
avis. If ft 2 2 ft ft
lupp, rf ft I ft
limes, of " 3 ' 1
tail. 2b 4 ft
rlilL ib ft 1 7 0 ft
lerte. ss ft ft 3 1
,udwiu. c ' 1 8 1 ft
Moore, p ft ft ft ft ft
Totals ft t 21 S I
IUBUQUB. R. 11. PO.A. E.
'leniing. If , 1 2 1
"hiery. c 1 ft ft 1 0
luelow. lb ft :'. I ft
VVoolf. rf ft 3 ft ft
leacan. cf ft ft 1 ft ft
lughes. 2b ft 1 3
attteon, 3b ft ft ft i
ladlcy. s ft ft :'. 1 1
"ook. p ft ft 2 1
Totals 2 .'27 8 3
Score by innings:
Dubuque 1 ft ft ft ft 0 1 tt 2
'edar Rapids 000000 0 0 0 ft
Summary: Rases on balls Oft
'ook. 1; off .Moore, 2. Struck out
ty Cook. X: by Moore, t. 1'mptrc
Meals and Gill.
lt!M,uiini;'"n H. Di rMnr X
Rloominctoti. July I. Bwomiugtou
nade it three straight, due to the ef
eotlve pitching of Kinsella. who kept
tits scattered. Hardy had pcr sap
ort. and was all when hits mean
ins. The feature was the battins of
fackett and Swacina. The score
tLOOMINCTON. R H .PO.A E
vrttcer. ss 1 1 5 0
lerbert. 2b 1 1 r. 4 1
Xmners, if l 2 ft ft o
blood pure and rich, tones up
the skin, reddens the cheeks.
Cassady, rf 0 0 1 1 0
Hackett. lb 2 4 11 0 0
Godwin, cf ft 1 0 0 ft
Kane, 3b 1 2 2 4 ft
Donovan, c ft 0 2
Kni&eiia, p 2 0 u 3 I
Totals 8 11 27 19 1
R. H. PO.A. E
Nicholl, cf 1 2 1 0 ft
Gruebner. ss 2 2 3 3
McFarland. rf ft 1 2 ft ft
Swacina. lb 0 4 12 ft
Kuans, 2ft ft o l 2 ft
II. Walters, If ft 2 1 ft 1
R. Walters. 3h 0 ft 1
O'Connor, c ft ft 4 ft ft
Hardy, p ft 1 0 7 ft
Totals i 13 24 15
Score by inning :
Hloomington ft 4 ft ft 1 2 1 ft S
Deeatur i n o 2 ft :
Summary: Two base hits Con
ners. Three base hit Hackett
Struck out By Kinsella. 6; by Hardy.
4. Time 1:60. Umpire Beardaley.
At tendance 2,5ft0.
Sfhnribrra; Jonnh Nttturrtay.
Springfield. July 4. Rock Island was
at the mercy of Schneiberg Saturday.
Not a hit was made off him till the
ninth inning. Liebhardt pitched good
ball, but was poorly supported. The
KM K ISLAND.
Van dine. 2b
Robertson, 2b 1
Liebhardt. p ft
Totals 1 2 21 8 C
SPRINGFIELD, R. 11. P. A. E
Lippert. rf 2 2 ft 1 I
Donnelly, cf 1 1 2 ft
Wright. 1b 1 ft 9 ft
Caffryn, If 1 2 0 '
Smith. :?b 2 1 ft 1 1
Latimer, c ft 10 ft 1
Neal. ss ft ft 4 4 1
Ebrighf. 2b ft 1 2 2 t
Schneiberg. p ft ft 2 t
Totals 1 7 27 1ft 3
Rock Island ft ft 1 ft ft 0 ft ft ft 1
Springfield ft 1 I ft 5 0 0 0
Summary: Rases stolen -Spring
field. "; Rock Island. 2. Sacrifice hit
Springfield. I. Rases on balls OH
Schneiberg, 2; oft Liebhardt. 3. Struck
out- Ry Schneiberg. 9: by Liebhardt
7. Two-base hits Caffryn. Ebribht
Double play- Va urine-Lister Vandinc
Hit by pitched ball Lister. Time of
game 1 : 1ft. Umpire Loebeck.
DUST FROM THE DIAMOND.
The Rock Island players are organ
izing a singing club, i bey gave ai
Impromptu concert in front of the
Rock Island bouse this afternoon
There were no arrests.
Even if the Rocl; Island team should
lose both games today there would hi
no Occasion for anyone going around
with a sour face. The boys have sev
eral good sized marks to their credit
The Centrals went to Miin y ester
day afternoon and defeated the Inde
pendents of that village by a score
Of 11 to 5. Weston and Earl formed
the battery for the Centrals and Pink
ley and Wilson for the Independents.
Dannie O'Leary. last year with Rod
Island and this year catching for Du
huh in the Northern league and lead
inx in the hitting, had his picture in
the Chicago Tribune yesterday. Tin
Northern league dope has it that h
will be in faster company next year
He is batting well over ."'tft.
Fred Wenig. who pitched for Spring
field last year, and Charles Reading
who caught for the same team are now
playing with the Toledo American as
Bociation team. As battery for their
team they hare been working togethei
successfully. Relt. who managed
Springfield last year, is not with the
Memphis. Tenn.. team any more. He is
playing in Mississippi.
Saturday s game between the Daven
IHirt and Rock Island lawyers which
was played at the Twelfth street park
resulted in a score of 4 to 5 in favor
of the Davenport legal lights. B
agreement before the game the length
was limited to seven innings. Tlu
batteries were Schillinger and Gest
for Rock Island and Finger and Cook
Gus Munch, the Chicago pitcher
whom Davenport eneaeed to pitch
ueaimt Rock Island in the closing se
ries last season. was exploded by
Rockford at the grounds on the othet
side of the river Saturday. Daven
port had the game S to 2 until the
seventh innins. when the visitors, who
had not gotten a hit tip to this point,
fell on him for a hunch of hits that
netted four runs. The two scores
Rockford secured in the first Inning
was made on errors. In the fourth
Schoonhoven. the Rockford shortstop,
landed a ball that he aimed at first
base in to the bleachers and three tal
lies enme in.
Two Killed by Mail Trin
KendaDriBe. Ind . July 4. Winfield
Martin and Philip Hathaway, while
attempting to drive across the Lake
Shore and Michigan Southern tracks
at East treat, were struck and In
stantly killed by a west bound mail
You have doubtless heard a
great deal about Ayer's Sar
saparilla how it makes the
the nervous system, clears
Ask your doctor j,.cfi
HAVE BAD INNING
Islanders. After All Night Ride From
Springfield. Lose the Morning
Game at Davenport.
FIVE TALLIES IV THE THIRD
Wkra Hlta en In ml in Are Sandrrlr bed
Willi Error Olhrr Rranlta
Rock Island and Davenport are play
ing a double-header today at the park
n the Iowa side. The morning game
was taken by Davenport by a score
of 3 to 2.. The Rock Island team had
ridden all night, and the loys showed
by their playing they bad been cheated
out of their accustomed sleep. There
ere two changes la the lineup. Miller
returning to second and Robert&ou to
All the runs made by Hayes" men
were gotten in the third inning, whon
five hits were bunched on Lundin.
These, aided by errors at short and
irst, brought five runs. IikafT was
substituted for Lundin aud held his
ipponcnts to four hits in the six inn-
Stauffer was pitted against Rock Is
land and was effective outside the
opening inning, when he was inclined
lo be wild, giving a base, hitting one.
and a hit following by Vandine bring
ing two runs.
Rock Island did not have a look in
the balance of the game.
Eggers. a Davenport man. was um
pire, and several of his decisions
brought vehement protests from tlu
Rock Island players. The score:
tOCK ISLAND. A B. R. H. PO. A. E.
Thornton, cf 2 1 o 1 1 0
Miller. 2b 4 1 1 2 2 0
-ally, rf 1
Lister, iii t
Vandine, ;b ;
Smith, c 4
Robertson, ss .'!
lakaff. p 2 0 0 0 1
AH. R. H PO. A. E
lacobs, ss . . . .
Swalm, rf . . . .
Mpcrman. 3b .
Williams, c . . .
Stauffer, p . . . .
Totals 31 5
i 27 13 f
Score by innings:
)a ven port 06500000 5
lock Island 20000000 02
Summary: Two base hits Dunne.
Stauffer. Rases on balls Off Stauffer.
off Lakaff, 1. struck out By Stauf
rer, .;; by Jundtn, iy lakaii, i.
Double plays Vandine to Miller, Jac-
ibs to Dunne to ('rocket t. Passed ball
Williams. Time 1:45. Empire
Kahblta I. oar ( Duliifiir.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa, July 4 The
Rabbits were unable to hit Hughes.
-ho was put In the box today, and
rere shut out. The score: r h c
'edar Rapids 0 S 0
tubuque 1 7 u
Batteries Holmes and Ludwig;
lughes and Thiery.
VlnrniuK n 111k LraRiK-a.
American Philadelphia ::. New
.'ork Washington 2. Boston S; Cfli
ago 2. Detroie 5; Cleveland 10, St.
National - Pittsburg 7. Chicago 2:
N'ew York 4. Philadelphia I: St. Ixjuis
:. Cincinnati 7: Roston 6, Brooklyn 2.
! ntiir IS. Hlminilniclnn I.
Decatur, July 4. In a bat fest this
morning the locals obtained a meas-
lre of revenge for the three straight
defeats they had just sustained at
Rloomington. The score. r h e
lecatur K. E 8
Hloomington 1 5 S
Batteries Edwards and O'Connor:
Smith and Donovan.
AT THE HOTELS
At the Harper S. Seligman. Mil
araukee; W. ft. Bassett. Chicago; C.
Ottenhausen. Chicago; T. P. Blair. St.
Paul; C. P. Spear. Roston; E. E. Hueh
ler; Detroit; J. Heimmermsui. Keo-
uk: Mr. and Mrs. J. Ure. Denver;
Mrs. E. J. Van Meter. Tipton, M. A.
Koeenfield, Uoline; E. w. Moaely aud
a-ife. Minneapolis; J. P. Trophy and
.vife. Galeabvrg; D. S. Berry. Savan
ia: A. E. Wright. Minneapolis: F. L.
Jregg. Kansas City; C. A. Tubbs. A.
M. Ixjvette. Chicago; W. H. Taylor.
Peoria: C. E. Hasson and wife. St.
Paul; O. E. Carlstrom and wife. Aledo;
P. L. Hinrichs and wife. Davenport:
W. H. Molchion. Savanna; John Fahy.
Jackson. Miss.; C. A. Tilton. Ann
Harbor: W. H. Schuett leburg. Gales-
burg: F. M. Dayton, X. M. A. Listwin.
At the Harms (European) S. S.
Wolfshon and w-ife. Chicago; tleorge
V Whitsall. Peoria; A. M. Chase. New
York. A. Ii. Crosier, Detroit; R Hart
ford. Rockford; C. R Heath. Chicago;
J. E. Naylor. Chicago; B. Wolhumpter.
Chicago: H. Williams. St. lxuiis; J. L.
Miller, Cedar Rapids: A. Rromsgart,
Dalla. Ore.: W. Clyde Porter. Chicago:
George F. Porter. Chicago: P. Ander
son. Burlington: T. W. Krein. Chi
cago: Fred S. Block. Kansas City:
F. A. Comstock. Kansas City; Henry
C. Kelting. Muscatine: Thomas O.
Kecze. Clinton: George C. Frey. Chi
cago: S. B. Sutton. Canton; F. A.
Schleck. Burlington; X. C. Coleman.
Chicago: Philander Wenthrop. Chica
go: J. G. Van Lent, Muscatine: J. W.
McCutchton. Cincinnati; George H.
Burns, Caicago; J. C. Carlisle, St.
Louis; Harold J. Dunlap. New York:
Lillian Miller. Kewanee; Mara Nel
son. Kewanee; Henry C. Miller. Keo
kuk; George A. Besttn, Clinton: F. W.
Russel. Bloomingtou; J. H. Carrish.
Peoria; E. L. Warren, St. Louis:
George W. My-rs, Detroit; S. L. Allen.
Bloomington; Henry Bollinger, Gales
burg; B. E. Spielman. Cincinnati;
George E. Sandos. Spring Valley ; F. F.
Stone. Chicago: Fred J. Milligan. Chi
cago : Henry U. Myers. -ew iors.
At the Rock Island (European! H.
Dukehart. W. Jacobs, with Barnum &
Bailev's show; C. K. Ieonard, Mil
waukee; C. A. Dauthit. with Barnum
& Bailey's show; H. J. Hardin, Peo
ria: George J. Lee, Rtn?k Island; Miss
F. Corence Storm. New York: B. B.
Roberts and wife, Chicago; J. W.
Scott. James Kinney. W. A. Fell, Ton
Ion; J. Fitzgerald, with Ram urn &
Bailey's show; Albert Fetter and wife.
Rock Island: P. T. IVndick and wife.
Howard Fcndick. Lioyd Pendlcfc, Far
io. N. D. ; A. W. Powell and wife.
Helena. Mont.; P. EL O'Rrien. New
York: J. L. Meredith. EH burn. 111.: T.
3. Van Sant. Kansas City; J. Clark.
,'hicago: G. Caddy. Rock Island; An
lrew Graham, Chicago; W. H. Suh
nitting. Alexis; J. R. Morgan. Keosau
pia: F. L. Tubbs. Rock Island; A. W.
enny. T. C. Mattocks. Galesburg:
Mrs. Bert Edwards. Peoria: J. H. Par
sh. Peoria: F. L. Murray. Chicago:
")la R. Seifert. Peoria: Mrs. H. L.
Vustin. St. LOttis; W. R. Carey. Car
xm Cliff: Mr. and Mrs. William Field,
leynolds; Titus A. Conrad. Rock Isl
ind; William Burns. D. J. Roggs. Mar
;aretta Parquette, Kewanee; O. A.
lerggren. Davenport: G. D. Ellin
vood. Rock Island: Victor Peterson,
'lifford Cully. Kewanee; T. F. Ieddy,
tin boy; C. Lynch and wife. Savanna:
V. G. Sweet. Ruda: A. W. Salzmann.
lock Island; J. F. Johnson. Bishop
1111; J. A. Chapman. Chicago: Henry
'hesser. Applelon; V. Nathan Coch
an. Galesburg; H. E. Cope. Peoria;
1. H. Martin. Geneseo.
STANDING OF CLUBS.
P. W. L. Pet.
Springfield 51 :4 17 .66?
Oedar Rapids 59 155 21 .59;!
Dubuque 59 30 2: .5us
Bloomingtou 57 27 3n .171
.lock Island 55 25 :h .455
Decatur 55 25 ::o .455
Davenport 59 26 ! .111
tockford 57 21 X'. .121
W. L. Pet.
:'.7 22 .627
::; 2:: .610
39 20 .000
:!2 26 .552
36 26 .536
26 :;i .456
25 35 .417
11 47 .140
New York . .
St . Louis . . .
NATI4 INAL LEAGUE.
.5 1 1
Vow York 46 16
'hicago ;;7 24
Hnclnnati 35 25
it. Louis ::i 30
Irooklyn 26 40
ioston 21 40
'hUadelphia Lr 44
Detroit. 4 ; Chicago, .
Cleveland, 3: St. Louis, 1.
St. Iouis. 19: Chicago. 2.
Pittsburg, 2; Cincinnati, ft.
AM ERIC VN ASSi ICIATION.
Columbus, 7: Toledo, 2.
Minneapolis, 4; St. Paul, 2.
Milwaukee, 13; Kansas City, 2.
Louisville, 7: Indianapolis, 6.
Des Moines. 1; St. Joseph. I.
Denver, 10; Colorado Springs, 9; (16
Omaha, 7: Sioux City. 4.
Springfield, 1 ; Rock Island, 0.
Davenport, 4; Rockford. 2.
Dnhunue 2: Cedar Rapids, o.
Hloomimcion, 8; Decatur. 3.
Dayton. 3; Fort Wayne, 1.
Fort Wayne, 7; Dayton, 1.
Wheeling. 2: 1'eoria. 1.
Evnnsville. 7; South Bend. 4.
Evansville, 9; South Bend, 0; (for
Keokuk. 8; Burlington. 0.
RESULTS KATl'RDA V.
St Ixiiiis. 3; Chicago. 2.
Pittsburg. 14; Cincinnati, 2.
Philadelphia. 0-13; Brooklyn. 2-2.
Boston. 1; New York. 14.
New York. 2-11; Washington, 3-6.
Detroit, 2-5; Cleveland. 3 2.
Roston. 2; Philadelphia. 1.
Chicago. 4; St. Loafs, 2.
Springfield. 7; Rock Island. 1.
Roekford. 6: Davenport, 5.
Rloomington, 8; Decatur, 7.
Dubuque. 10; Cedar Rapids. 3.
Kansas City. 5; Milwaukee. 4.
Indianapolis. 2; Louisville, 7.
Columbus. 3; Toledo. 2.
St. Paul, 4; Minneapolis, 5; Ui inn
Des Moines. 11; St. Joseph, 6.
Sioux City. 3: Omaha, 0.
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T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
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We Will Loan You &e Money
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MITCHELL & LYNDE BLOCK, ROOM 38, BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. und Saturday evenings. Tele
phone West 1514. New Telephone 001 1.
Economy Dental Parlors
t3 away on my vacation. Sincerely,
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if, 10 1-2 Second Avenue.
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EL E. CASTKEL, L. D.
Central Trust i Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED I'N'DER STATE, LAW.
Capital Slot k SiiH.M. PtvPH rBt lnn .i rnlrt on I) poalta.
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L. D. Madge, H. W. Treman. H. B. Simmon.
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ment, which i Kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We ad aa executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator. Guardian and Conservator of Estate.
Receiver and aijfno- of insolvent estates. t'i natal financial
agent for non redden ?, women, Itn-ulids, and others.
Coat and Pants
Only, the latter with
Cuff and lelt Straps.
Fabrics are Light col-
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Cheviots and Flan
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Outing Coats have
and sel f - re fcu ti i u a
fronts. Look at our
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My office will be
closed from the
20th of June
till the 5th of
July, as I will
All Run Down.
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cordial. But it must be good. We
pride ourselves on our excellent
stork of Fine Wines and Liquors of
all kinds, and if you will only como
to ub when the doctor prescribes,
you will be sure of getting the
Best. Our prices are more reason
able than you will nnd elsewhere.
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