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THK TJOms: TUESITAY, SEPTEMBER 19V 1905.
SAVES MONEY AND TIME
WASTED AT THE BARBER'S.
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American people. Wi' also have
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end H AWES
anil sole agents f'r the Stetson
special. Stetson's best hat. Our
fall opening ef all kinds of hats
occurs next Saturday, Let us
bliow you (be linest line ever dis
played in the elty.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Omw9w Haaa Blwek. Rock lataa.
for your bread, - rolls, cream puffs.
eclairs, cake, and pies is right here!
There is plenty to select from every
thing baked fresh daily; the bread and
rolls are white, light and wholesome
Pie crust crisp, the filling made from
the choicest ef fruits.
Give our assortment a trial!
All made in a clean shop and of
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' Cuktc show
She Mad to
Boles sad keels,
Soles aad heelz,
We make a spe
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Open from ( fe
rn, to 8 p. m.
1608 2d Ave.
lrma Ndratr. Primary Scholar
Mn. Albert K. Wrixon,
ocveneecnen oereci. x i
Rock Island, d
TWO MORE GAMES
Aiill Fill Open Dates on the Rock
Island Foot Ball Schad
rHANKSGIVING GAME HERE
Open Seascn With Alumni and Close
With Davenport Moline Here
Nov. 13 Majority Here.
With the exception of filling tw
lattK, Manager Wood in, of the Rocl
island high school football learn, ha
completed his schedule for the season
It is as follows:
SepL 20 Alumni at Rock Island.
Oct. 7 Clinton at Hock Island.
Oct. II Ananiosa at Rock Island.
Oct. 21 Wapello at Hock Island.
Oct. ZS Open.
Nov. 4 St. Ambrose academy, Da
IS Molim- at Rock Island.
150 Davenport at Roc k Island.
game with Sr. Ambrose acad
eay is not fully arranged, and it if
aot known where it will be played.
The Davenport-Rock Island high school
?arne takes place in this city Thanks
giving day. It will be seen from this
schedule that the greater share of the
games will be played in Rock Island,
thus giving tfte football enthusiast-,
aeie plenty of the sport, notwithstand
Ing the fact that Augu3tana college has
placed a ban on the game.
A LITTLE AFTER TALK.
Can't Get Over Carl's Catch. Th
catch by Carlisle in ccnterfield Satur
day was undoubtedly one of the most
brilliant plays ever seen upon any
diamond, no matter whrther it be in
minor or major league. Davenport
Play Clinton Independents. Todaj
the barnstorming Islanders departed
for Clinton, w here they me t the Ini:
endents. They play there again Pi
morrow.- Kng is cjttt-mng and IVer is
day ing center field in the place o!
Has Entire Tenj Signed. Donnelly
announces that atl'ihe ntemhers of thf
Springfield team with the exception d
Weisenherger. Oberiin and Brit fen
have been signed for next year. These
pitchers have been soM ty Minneapolis
Should Have Been a Crow. The
Davenport Ienioerat had r rooster at
the head of the account ef Sunday's
baseball game. If. the baseball dtor
of that paper will glance rt the table
of games won aud Kt appearing in
Fifty Years Hhc Standard
A Cream of Tartar Powder
rjlade From Grapoo
For All Kinds of
yesterday's Argus he will doubtles
be led to see as others do that it woult
have been more appropriate had he
hoisted an African goose at the head
of fcis tale of the closing contest.
McFarland to Springfield or Daven
port? Some Springfield fans are clrcu
lating a rumor that Monte McFarland
manager of the Commodores, will sue
ceed Donnelly at the head of the Sena
tors next year if a vacancy occurs
there. There is also a report current
that MeFsrlan 1 is to manage Daven
port arxt y(jr.
Daver.port Meat for Bunnies. Cedat
lapids defeajfd Davenport with th
ame ca. tbat Rock Island did dur
eg the season just closed. Only three
inies did Webster's men triumph ove
:io.-e of Pa Hill while the latter won
1 1 times. Cedar Hapids broke evei
A'ith Rock Island. Dubuque. Decatu
ind Peoria, tach winning nine games.
vhi!;.' D!ooii:ing:on won 11 out of
md Springfield 11 out of 17.
Davenport Players Go Hems. Mem
Lers of the Davenpirt team with tht
xeeption of Crockett, Harrod and Leli
.e!t. have returned to their homes.
Webster goes to Ccorado to spend the
A-inur on a ranch which he owns, and
w rocket t. Harrod. and Lclivelt will
lay brif h ball with Washington, Iowa,
"cr a few weeks.
American Association Season Ends.
With yesterday's games the season
if the American Association ended
Calumbus captured the pennant with
an easy stride. The Ohio capital team
has Kn games to its credit, with only
2 lost. The other clubs in the associa
tion finished in the order named: Mil
waukee. Minneapolis, Louisville, St
Paul, Indianapolis, Toledo, and Kansas
Buelow and Hines Next Year. It
seems to be a settled fact that Buclow,
.he hard hitting firm baseman of the
Dubuque team will manage Peoria next
year. "Hunkey" Hines, the Dubuque
manager has several offers, among
others, it is said. Davenport, whose
team he managed two years ago.
Hill Did His Part. You would think
Bidden Hill would want Dubuque to
win the iM'imant in preference to Rock
'sland. It's only a thought. He had
ais men give Dubuque one of the hard-:-t
gaiiit s of the season to land that
rag. Dubuque Telegraph-Herald.
Seems Like Old League. From the
talk of the press throughout the league
it w en s to be the general impression
I liar there will be no changes in the
league next year, although Burlington
and Danvil'j ar. both I-nocking hard
Best for Children.
Mothers, be careful of the health
of yemr children. Ixok out for coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough. Stop
them in time one Minute Cough Cure
is the best remedy. Harmless and
pleasant. Contains no opiates. Sold
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Fine Entertainments During Sea
son in Broadway Pres
r. M. C. A. DROPS THE CUSTOM
Series Begins Nov. 10 With Ladies'
Quartet Last of Course in
C.corge C. Blakslee, acting for ths
Voting People's assoclatiem ot the
Iron d way Presbyterian church, has
dosed a contract for five e-ntertaiu
ncnta to be given during the coming
season. The entertainments will b
ie!d in the Sunday echoed room of the
;hurch, and will be as follows:
November 10 Euterpean Ladies
Dccc-mber 4 Joseffy, magician.
January 23 Dr. Eugene May, lec
ure on travel.
February 15 Frank S. Regan, car
March 1C Wincells Jubilee Singer.-?.
V. M. C". A. ( onrnf.
As the Y. M. C. A. board of directors
las decided not to conduct an enter
lainment course this season, the asso
elation anticipates the support of the
former patrons of the Y. M. C. A.
course. The association has for sever
al years considered the advisability of
providing an entertainment course, but
up to the present has not considered
chat the demand warranted such ac
The tickets for the course are to be
placed on sale in a few days, and the
association members will make everv
endeavor to make the entertaininen
course a great success.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Philadelphia 7J) 4S
Chicago 7G 5:
Cleveland ...(57 4
Detroit OS Go
Now York 03 CI
Boston 03 C4
Washington 54 75
St. Louis 1G SG
ON THE DIAMOND
W. U Per..
New York 'Jl 27 .718
Pittsburg- :0 17 .C57
Chicago 77 5S .570
PhiiaJeJphia 72 51 .550
Cincinnati t0 07 .4!G
St. Louis 53 S4 .37
Boston 45 1 .331
Brooklyn 39 93 .295
W. L. Pet.
Columbus 100 52 .658
Milwaukee 91 59 .607
Minneapolis SS 02 .57S
liouisville 7G 75 .503
St. Paul 73 77 .487
Indianapolis 69 83 .454
Toledo Co 91 .397
Kansas City 44 102 .301
Des Moines 91
Sioux City 73
St.. Louis. 3; Chicago, 2.
Detroit, 3; Cleveland, 0.
Washington, 4; Boston 2 (first
Boston, 10; Washington, 3 (second
Chicago, 4; St. Louis. 2.
Boston, 9; Brooklyn, 2 (first game).
Boston, 4; Brooklyn, 2 (eight in
Toledo. 8; Indianapolis, 3 (first
Indianapolis, 6; Toledo, 1 (seven in
St. Paul. 1: Milwaukee. 9.
Columbus, r.- Louisville, 0 (seven In
No games; rain.
At the Harper. A. D. Lecarpenter
Chicago; S. T. Mesmer, Chicago; J. J
Harrington, Kansas City, Mo.; George
B.ihr. Cincinnati; H. George Fido and
three friends. Milwaukee; John E.
Eber, Pittsburg: D. Thompson, wife
and children; U. G. Benedict, St.
Louis; Mark Thompson, Sherrard; Hu
go Beer, Cleveland; A. N. Peckham,
New York; H. V. Finkelstein. Peoria;
D. B. Scully. Chicago; J. F. Sokal. Chi
cago: C. C. Carnahan. Chicago: C. M.
Martin, Kansas City; F. A. Randle.
Chicago; W. L. Slanner, New Vork;
Mart Murray, Kansas City; J. W. Gai
ney. Dayton; J. L. Selig, St. Louis; E.
D. Parker. Cdar Rapids; R. E. Jack
son, Cedar Rapids; F. D. Ramsay, Mor
rison, 111.; J. W. Heald, Grand Rapids;
C. F. Hall, Kansas City, Mo.; R
Schmidt Taylor. Des Moines; S. R. Jel-
;linek, Peoria; W. E. Heiaer. Indiana
polis; W. A. Neelands, Chicago; L. E.
.Pitts. Chicago: E. B. Nixen. Toulon;
1 A. OBesr. Chicago: Miss C. T. Thomp-
;sou, Chicago; F. E. Pitzer. Sheridan;
L. E. Price, Chicago; A. J. Kay, Chi
eago;.. Mrs. Florence Peterson, Gene-
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CURES PILES TO STAY CURED.
Then- is nothing that can get in mora pain and suffering In ho short a
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remove permanently the cause eif so much suffering is part of my mis
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me, and I will fully explain how this is done, as well as any other rectai
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STOMACH AND BOWELS.
Complaints are often the cause of rectal dise-ast s, esjie-clally if you are
constipated. When you have tried In vain all of those thousand and
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time. To those who will do this there is no such thing as failure to
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SKIN and Blood Diseases cured by my methods when all other treat
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KIDNEY Complaints are deceptive and may soon re-ach a dangerous
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WOMEN, you can be cured without the danger of operation. No mat
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RHEUMATISM in all its forms, and Neuralgia or Nerve Troubles cur
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BLEMISHES of the face, as Moles, Warts, Superfluous Hair, Tumors,
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nerve force and powers. R. -member, I cure. Nervous Debility,
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