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THB AUSrS, FRIDAY, JTLLY 7, 1899.
The Weather W May Have.
Fair tonight and Saturday; cooler tonight.
Today's temperalure 73.
J. B. Sberieb, Observer.
concert at the Watch Tower
Bead Adams' ad.
Pay your water rent.
Pay yonr water rent.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's,
Galaxy flour at Horton's.
Bay a home of Beidy Bros.
For inanrance, E. J. Barns.
Tennis shoes at Dollv Bros1.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
Plenty of berries at IIorton'B.
$2.50 for $3 men's tans. Adams.
, . E. E. Mangold, leadingphotographer
f2.50 for 3.50 men's tans. Adams,
Attend Adams1 f 2.50 shoe sale, men.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Band concert at Prospect park Sun
Dressed chickens at II. Tremann's
Home grown cucumbers at Hor
Watermelons and muskmelons at
Boys' crash hats 15 cents.
Read Simon & Mosenfelder's
cial for Saturday.
Choice bargains in children's hats
at Miss Kate Byrnes'.
No bargains like Adams' bargains
in men tans this week.
Hull & Co. for real estate and in
su ranee. Bead their ad.
Everything cut at Young & Mc
Combs' July clearing sale.
Don't forget the bargains in milli
nery at Miss Kate Byrnes .
Dressed spring chickens and spring
laino at it. ireuiann s toons .
Buy your dry goods at Young &
McCombs July clearing sale.
Fine millinery at cost tor the next
SO days at Miss Kate Byrnes'.
Children's crash suits 48, 75 and 98
cents. Simon & Mosenfelder.
The quilt disposed of by the W. R.
C. was awarded to Georjre Mvers.
The reliable Siberia charcoal filled
refrigerators at Allen, Myers & Co.
Attend the ball game Sunday. Mo
linc Athletic team vs. the London.
50 and 75 cent men's and boys'
crash hats 25 cents. Sommers & La
Tbey are values of the first water
men's suits $1.40. Sommers & La
Men's tine, fancy crush suits, Satur
day special $2.05. Simon & Mosen
felder. Special Saturday, children's crash
pants, 10 cents at Siuiou & Mosen
felder's. Don't forget the Girls' Friendly so
cictv excursion on the steamer Winona
Children's duck and crash Tarn
O'Shanter hats 25 cents. Sommers &
Men's crash suits worth $2.50 to
$3.50 for $1.50, for Saturday only.
Men's plain white linen crash suits
$2.50, Saturday special. Simon &
Ben F. Imhof will do his new
rough riding act in front of the Y. M.
C. A. tonight.
You can buy millinery at less than
half price at Young & McCo tubs'
Boys' fine linen crash suits, ages 10
to 14. $1.50. Saturday special. Simon
Dinner sets, former price $11. 9.
July clearing sale price $9.95 at
Young & McCombs.
Boys' knee pant vestee suits. Brok
en lots of $3.25, $3. $2.75 ail goat
$1.75. Sommers & La Velle.
Strasser's band, of Davenport, will
give its second promenade concert at
Scheut.en park, Tuesdavevcning, Julv
Dimities and wash goods, former
price 18 cents, now 11 and 12J cents.
Young & McCombs' July clearing
Special for Saturday morning be
tween 9 and lOoVlock, men's black and
tan half hose 2 cents a pair. The
Another lot of 150 pairs of the
Bock Island factory's $3 black kid
shoes go on sale tomorrow morning
at $2 a pair.
Suit sale that's all right. Prices
that are right. Suits worth $10 to
$15 for $7.4S. All colors, all styles.
The London. r
There was a drenching rain, accom
panied bv a terrific blow and a lictce
electrical storm, at an early hour this
morning. It is reported that houses
"Calumet" rr.okos tti light
est, evvcetost and" most
were shaken throughout tbe city, but
it is not known that any serious dam
age was done.
Have von seen the bears and elk
at Prospect park? Now on free exhi
bition at Prospect park. Take the
Every Jewel gasoline oven is .war
ranted perfect, and if not so yoa can
return it- All sizes and prices at At
ten. Myers & Co.
ext Wednesdav. Julv 12, is mer
chants' excursion day. when every
body is going to Bockford. $1.50 only"
lor tbe round trip.
$7.48 for men's fine all wool suits
worth $10 to $15. Nothing in town
to match them. Better call and get
one. The London.
Mrs. W. J. Harrold was thrown
from a buggy in a runaway on Twen
ty-second street last night, escaping,
luckily, with slight injuries.
Call for and drink Carse & Ohweil-
er's bottled goods. They are not only
made of the purest water but the best
material that the world produces.
At the clearing sale of Bock Island
factory shoes, you eet better values
for $2, in blacks or tans, than you can
get anywhere else in town for $3.
The Industrial Home delegates
who worked at the Fourth picnic
with their families, will meet at the
Industrial Home building at 7:30 to
We have secured another shipment
of tbe celebrated Puritan wickless oil
stoves, and now is the time for you
to get one while they last. Allen,
Myers & Co.
A few pair3 of the W. L. Douglas
$3.50 and $4 shoes still on hand.
Whi!e they last, you get 'em for $2.50
at the clearing sale of Bock Island
A tine ride through one of the best
sections of Illinois, over the Milwau
kee road and return next Wednesday,
July 12. Only $1.50 for the round
trip. Oet your money s worth.
Plenty of music, plenty of fun,
jolly crowd, a ride just long enough
and not too long to liockford and re'
turn next Wednesday, July 12, over
the Milwaukee road. $1.50 onlv for
the round trip.
Remember that you can buy refrig
erators, gasoline stoves, oil stoves.
etc., cheaper at Allen, Mvers & Co.
than anv nlace in the three cities. All
new and up-to-date goods and no old
shopworn stock or job lots.
To parties having money to invest
$100, $150, $200, $250, $300 to $500
and up can place same in an invest
ment absolutely secured and paying 7
per cent. Apply to t,. J. Hums, room
12, Mitchell & Lynde building.
At the closing session of the wom
an s auxiliary of the Rock Island
Episcopal deanery yesterday Mrs. W.
M. Puree, of Oseo, was appointed to
serve as vice president of tbe diocesan
auxiliary for the Bock Island deanery.
Give your family an outing. " Take
them to Rockford next Wednesdav,
July 12. Trains leave at 6:30 and
7 a. m. over the Milwaukee, returning
leave Bockford at 6:30 p. m. A de
lightful trip for only $1.50 both ways.
Clearance suit sale. One that talks.
Suits that have sold all season for $10,
$12. $13 50 and $15 on this sale for
$7.48. Anyone can go dressed up at
this price. No excuse for wearing
shabby clothes. Plenty to select from.
George W. Wood is selling in Roc't
Island the Quaker Bath cabinet, a
luxury for every home, at a low cost.
It has proven one of the greatest aids
to nature and is worthy of investiga
tion. A descriptive appears in the
Co with the crowd to Rockford next
Wednesday, to the beautiful Forest
city, one of the most prosperous in
Illinois. Famous for its tine resi
dences and extensive factories. There
and back tbe same day. $1.50 only
for the round trip.
Postmaster Thomas has appointed
Wyman J. Beardsley to till the va
cancy in the postoflice caused by the
resignation of J. B. Corken and the
promotion of other clerks. Mr.
lleardsley is to serve as utility clerk.
He is a most deserving young man.
Judge Gest, in the circuit court this
morning, in the case of John Nelson
vs. Coal Valley Mining company, for
personal injuries, overruled the mo
tion of the defendant for a new trial
and entered judgment for $1,500. in
accordance with the verdict of the
Shaffer, Bleuer & Schlemmer are
making good progress in the delivery
of their new directory of Rock Island.
Moline and Rock Island county, and
the publishers express themselves as
much pleased with the manner in
which their book is received on every
Next Wednesday's trip to Rockford
takes you through a number of pretty
and prosperous towns. Your friends
are waiting to see you at Bockford.
Don't disappoint them. You will be
lonesome if you stay at home. Only
$1.50 for the round "trip Wednesday,
Summer outing wearing apparel of
every description, of the latest styles,
at Stewart's, the hatter. Crash suits,
flannel suit?, silk negligee shirts, blue
and black serge coats and vests, sum
mer neckwear, bathing and athletic
suit and special light weight under
wear. Stewart, the hatter.
A pleasant ride through green fields
and by running brooks, to Rockford, the
Forest City. A place of sightly homes,
thriving factories, and . a hustling
business community. Don't stay at
home all your days. Get in line next
Wednesday, July" 12, and go to Bock
ford. Only $1.50 for the round trip.
Subscribe for Tux Asacs. . .
no makes liie Oggig.
The Cycle Age has prepared an estimate of the bicycles
that will be made and sold by the various manufacturers for
1899, from which we take the following:
Crescent Bicycles 135000
Andrae Bicycles 5000
Pa tee Bicycles 6000
Eldredge & Belvider Bicycles 7500
Hoffman Bicycles 5000
.Stearas Bicycle Co 12000
Bambler BicyclesT f 35000
Jiacycle Bicycles 15000
Columbia & Hartford Bicycles 75000
Ide Bicycles 15000
Snell Bicycles 12000
Barnes Bicycle Company 17000
Monarch Bicycle Company 40000
Sterling Bicycles 15000
You make no mistake if you select America's leading
wheel, THE SKY HIGH CRESCENT. Prices and
quality guaranteed. See them at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
Shoe Bargains This Week.
Ladies9 10. inch $3 Bike Shoes, in black fj g f
and tan kid, and fancy tops, to close Cpi J
Ladles' 3-4 Bike Shoes, $2.50 quality, c y fiT
tan and black, latest style, to close - -
A Full Line of Men's Low Cuts. Swell
ITS ONLY JUST
To treat yourself to the
good things of life if
you can get them by
paying no more than
you would for the com
moner foods. Come
and examine our stock,
and you will be satis
tied. Glance at the list:
New Peas. Wax Reans,
New Potatoes, tomatoes.
Summer Squash. HermudaOn'on,
Celery, llead and Leaf
Hlueberries, Water Melons,
Naval Oranges, Moid Orange,
H in mas. Gooseberries,
Spring Chickens dressed to ord er.
IS. 01311 11.
Buys a new wheel, adjust
able handle bars, Christy
style saddle and good
24 Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
303 V. Third St., Davenport.
We keep a complete
line of RAILROAD
WATCHES in all
grades, also agents for
BALL RAILROAD WATCH.
We do all kinds of line
watch repairing and ad
justing. Give us a
Southwest watch in-'
spector for C. M. & St.
1. B. K.
e Compelling S
That will prove interesting Chapters on Economy to JULY BUYERS OF CLOTHING.
This fast growing store with the most prosperous season we ever had, has decided
to clean our tables of the remainder of our Spring and Summer Stock and will
eclipse all past records with extraordinary and exceptional offerings, THAT WE
MA Y NOT BE HANDICAPPED in our preparations for the forthcoming season. Our
Mr. Eli Mosenfelder is now in the eastern market where he will purchase the largest
and most complete stock of
AND MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES
In the highest grades ever shown under one roof In the three cities. Before leaving
for New York and Boston he gave instructions to put a price on every article of cloth
ing and furnishing goods in the store that will sell It quick. IS MUST BE SOLD AND
WILL BE If our customers appreciate good goods at extremely low prices, for It Is
not every day you are offered bargains like these.
Hark, yea Short and Fat Men and Tall
and Thin Men.
We are over-stocked on your kind of ciothing and you can secure
a bargain that will be ever green in your memory at
$7.50, $9.50, $10, $1150 and $13.50.
Correct Fitting, Stylish Negligee Shirt?.
In Madras, percale and fancy cheviots, with detached cuff, all
carefully selected patterns, at
39c, 48c, 50c, 68c, 75c and 98c.
Without doubt the best selection of hot weather shirts in town.
Beautiful shades, and patterns in men's silk front soft shirts, with
plain plaited or puffed fronts, unbroken sizes and no back numlxirs, at
50c, 78:, 98c and $1.00.
Men's All-Wool Cassimere and Worsted
A wonderful collection of all the good things of this season
stvles in stripes, cherks, plaids, as well as blues, blacks aud staple
gravs; also dark modest mixtures, suitable for every age of man, at
$4.85, $5, $6.50, $7.35 and $8.50.
For the Big Boys
That want style and durability we fjui kly make our friends for
the big M. fc K. stock is always carefully selected to please the taslo
of this Jastid'ous age, and we are showing most everything that is
worth having at iirures like these,
$3.50, $4.50, $5, $6.50 and $7.85.
For the Big Little Boys
pants or stylish three button cutaway with fancy colored vests and
65c, $1.25, $2.48, $3.65 and $4.85.
Ages 3 to 16 years: cloths for roust-a-lout spring wear and
vacation or for dressier use. Double breasted jackets nnd
h . . , . t 1 ? i, K I 1,11 M An nil ( n n ir -Mr illt ft nitr t.rx 1 - . 4
The Celebrated M. & K. Overalls
Sold the world over at 75c, heavy blue denim or black, bristol
duck, you will know them by the white stitching, at
39c, 39C, 39c.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 W. Second St Davenport.