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THIS AE&TJS. MONDAY, JTXLY 10, 1899.
B The Weather Wm Msy llare. Hi
I Generally fair tonight -and Tufs-
fi Today's temperature "8. jjj
J. H. SBEBIE3, Ob3errr
Now on. The Boston.
Pay yonr water rent.
Pay your water rent.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's,
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Banu.
Tennis shoes at Dolly Bros'.
For real estate, E. J. Barns,
f 1.50 shoe sale at Dolly Bros.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
E. E. Mangold, leading photographer"
Dance at' nuber's garden every
Ihmmocks in great variety at John
T. oftsker s.
Adams1 $2.50 men's sale continues
a few days longer.
Slaughter sale of hammocks all this
week at .bckbart s.
Hull & Co. for real estate and in
surance. Head their ad.
Wright & Barber's 50 cent oxford
6ale for July is a hummer.
Go to Clinton Wednesday, July 12,
on the steamer City of inona.
Fans. fans. Electric fans at 119
Eighteenth street. Phone 4202.
For all kinds of carpenters' tools at
low prices go to John 1. Aoltsker.
Bicycles and lunch baskets taken
free of charge?Rockford excursion.
The Cth regiment will go into camp
at Camp Lincoln, Springfield. July 2'J
We can't help it. Our $2.50 sale is
making many men happy. Adams.
Don't pay $2 and f 2.50 for shoes
which you can get for $1.50 at Dollv
The Rock Island Plow works re
sumed operation today after a week's
Get your bells fixed. Call up Kock
Islam! Electric Construction company,
The $2.50 men' sale is attracting
the people to A lams'. Buy a pair
and be iu line.
Large potatoes 10 cents a peck,
black raspberries two boxes for 15
cents, at Beccher's.
Tuesday, July 1 1, every little girl
will be given a jumping rope free at
Wright & Barber's.
This week, at the clearing sale of
Kock Island factory shoes, $2.50 buys
any pair in the store.
Is your boy going to the manual
training school? If so get his outfit
from John T. Xoftsker.
Men's $3.50 and $4 shoes for $2.50
a iKiir this week, at the clearing sale
of Rock Island factory shoes.
Adams had a wonderful sale Satur
day on his $2.50 men's tan shoes.
Continued for a few days longer.
Nice cooking apples 30 cents a peck,
dried apples 10 cents a pound or three
pounds for 25 cents, at Beccher's.
Strasser's band, of Davenport, will
give its second promenade concert at
JScheut.en park, Tuesdav evening, Julv
Tan shoe sale. Think of buying a
Hanan or Florsbeim tan shoe for $t.
That's the price from now on. The
The annual school picnic of the Ger
man Lutheran church will take place
nt the Eini street garden Wednesday
Procure your tickets at once for the
1 lock ford excursion. $1.50 round
trip. Bicycle and lunch baskets tak
Regent $3.50 tans are to be closed
at $2." from now on. so don't miss
this chance to save money. The
No sale of men's shoes like Adams'.
You know they are no jobln-r's goods,
but goods made to his order, and only
$2.50 a pair.
The first annual meeting of the
Rock Island county board of review
Ixgan today at the county clerk's
oflice. The session will continue un
Paul Hennelerg, of this city, has
beeu promoted to chief machinist of
the 2d batallion of the naval reserves,
on Porter's staff.
Next Wednesday,. July 12, is mer
chants' excursion" day, when every
body is going to Rockford. $1.50 only
for the round trip.
Call for and drink Carse & Ohweil
er's liottled goods. They are not only
made of the purest water but the best
material that the world produces.
Seven cars of an extra Rock Island
freight train became derailed near
Marseilles. 111., last night, causing a
delay of three hoars and a half of
trains No. 5. and 3.
A report is in circulation that 20 .
whites employed in an East Moline
quarry were today replaced by colored
men imported from Missouri. The
report lacks verification, however
A jury in the county court is this
afternoon determining the question
as to whether a conservator should
not be appointed for John Downing,
an out resident ol this city.
Samuel Rverson. of this city, who
recently completed a course at the
Gustus school of business at Moline,
has accepted the position of steno
grapher in Circuit Clerk Gamble's
The regular monthly membership
meeting of the Rock Island Club will
be held tomorrow eveninsr at 8
o'clock. The subject of improved tel
ephone service for the city will be dis
No foolinr, Wright & Barber want
room for their fall stock. These sum
mer shoes must ro. Women's $3 tan
shoes at $1.25. Women's . oxfords
worth $1.75, $2 and $1.50 now all for
Flentv of music, plenty ot tun, a
jolly crowd, a ride just long enough
and not too long to liocklora ana re
tarn next Wednesdav, July 12, over
the Milwaukee road. $1.50 onlv for
the round trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner wish to ex
press tbeir eratituae to neignoors
and friends for tbeir kindness during
the illness and death of their son
also for expressions or svnipathv in
the way of lloral offerings.
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 K. J. Burns, room
12, Mitchell Sc Lvnde building.
11. . Rich man has opened a gro
cery at 1605 Second avenue, next door
west of bpeidel s drug store, and nas
stocked it with a fresh line of staple
and fancy groceries. Give him a trial
and you will be steady customers.
(Jive vour family an outinj. Take
them to Rockford next Wednesday,
July 12. Trains leave at 6:30 and
. m. over the Milwaukee, returning
eave Rockford at 6:30 p.. m. A de-
ightful trip for only $1.50 both ways
Catton and Sutton will plav the
irst game in deciding the tie tourna
ment at cushion caroms at oreen s
academy, Chicusro, toniirnt. The con-
tions will be the same as those in
he tournament proper, each game
being for 100 points.
Attend the Rockford excursion. You
will visit a tine city, its beautiful
parks and large manufacturing plants
Bleuer's band, a game of ball, a boat
ide on Rock river, etc. Fare $1.50
round trip. Trains leave prompt at
:4o aud t a. m.
Friends of the United Presbyterian
Lurch are invited to attend its annual
ncnic at Slannattan Deacn eilncs-
ay, July 12. The boat leaves at 'J-.S0
. tn. Fare, round trip, 25 cents for
idu.ts. ana cluMren, not members of
the school. 15 cents.
Busines will be practically sus
pended Wednesday, the date oi the
merchants' excursion to Rockford
The barber shops will keep open late
luesday night, as the tonsorialists
have agreed to loin in the outing and
will close for the day.
Funeral services for Richard Fay
2i-iuonths-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Gardner, were held at the
home, 32'J Nineteenth street, . yester
day afternoon. Rev. C. O. McCulloch,
of the First Methodist, olliciating.
Interment was made at Chippiannock.
Wiight & Barber's Julv clearing
sale of women's oxford's. Odd sizes
worth $2 now 50 cents. Woman's tan
shoes worth $3 now $1.25. Every
odd size the price away down. Call
and be convinced. When we cut we
cut to kill. It's our loss, so don't let
it worry you.
The relatives and friends of Peter
Kessler wish to thank all friends and
neighbors who so kindly assisted them
in their late bereavement. And es
pecially do they thank Capt. McCono
chic and members of Company A for
lloral tributes and kind remembrances
to a dead comrade.
The retail stores will be open to
morrow night to accommodate pa
trons. As all stores will be closed
Wednesday merchants all agreed not
to open their establishments until
Thursday morning, hence attend to
vour wants tomorrow.
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
Patee Bicycles 6000
Eldredge & Belvider Bicycles 7500
Hoffman Bicycles 5000
Stearns Bicycle Co . 12000
Rambler Bicycles 35000
Racycle Bicycles 15000
Columbia & Hartfoid Bicycles .". 75000
Ide Ricjcles 15000
SneU 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 Avenae. ROCK ISLAND.
Got to GO.
Every pair of tan shoes in our store, has to turn into CASH during July.
A child can see the inducements we offer you to buy. Money talks.
F j "iK WX is
to. close. ...
fo.OO men's tans, (Hanan &
$4.00, $3.50 and $3.00 ladies' tans,
I Boy's and Girl's Tans Same Way.
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 food3. Come
and examine our stock,
and you will be satis
tied. Glance at the list:
New Peas. 'Wax Beans,
Summer Squash, Bermuda On'n,
Celery. Head and Leaf
Nufh Me uDs,
Spring Chickens dressed to ord er.
Buys a new wheel, adjust
able handle bars, Christy
style saddle and good
321 Twentieth Street. Rock Island.
303 V. Third St., Davenport.
TAN SHOE SALE.
Tho Only HIgri Crado Baking
Powdor Offered at a Hjd
I MADE BY
Uhp Cats I'revkll All Through Oar Stare.
Read our ad on page 6. Regent
$3.50 tans go at $2.85. Hanan and
irlorsheiiu $0 tans jro at $. while we
make the uniform price of $2 25 for
all ladies' $1. $3.50 and $3 tans. La
dies' lu-incn bike sbo2s $0 jrraue now
$2.50. The Uostox.
Trip to Clinton.
Wednesday, July 12, the fare to
Clinton and return will be 75 cents
on the steamer City of Winona,
leaves Rock Island at 7:10 a. in., re
turning at 6:30 p. m. Telephone,
1105. Lamont & Son, ageuts.
Tony Km a m t.
Anhetif er-Busch celebrated ln-er
always on draught at Ixthar Harms'.
V. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Ta.,
savs: "For 40 years I have tried var
ious cough medicines. One Minute
Conch Cure i the best of all." It
relieve instantlv and cures all throat
and lung troubles, coughs, colds,
croup, whooping cough, la
and pneumonia. For sale
H. Thomas. A. J. Reiss and
Br, tlw Tfaa lad Y03 Han k'wm Baarl
We keep a complete
line of RAILROAD
WATCHES in all
grades, also agents for
BALL RAILROAD WATCH.
We do all kinds of tine
watch repairing and ad
justing. Give us a
Southwest watch in
spector for C. M. & St.
1'. R. R.
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. Ell 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.
you can secure
We are over-stocked on your kind of ciothing and
a bargain that will be ever green in your memory at
$7.50, $9.50, $0, $11.50 and $13.50.
Correct Fitting, Stylish Negligee Shirt.
In Madras, percale and fancy cheviots, with detached cuffs, all
carefully selected patterns, at
39c, 48c, 50c, 6Sc, 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 numbers, at
50c, 787, 98c and $1.00.
Men's All-Wool Cassimere and Worsted
A wonderful collection of all the good things of this season's
stvles in stripes, checks, plaids, as well as blues, blacks and staple
gravs; also dark modest mixtures, suitable for every age of ruau, at
$4.85, $5, $6.50, $7.35 and $8.50.
h. I - Ji d .? r
For tho Big Boys
That want style and durability we juu-kly make our friends for
the big M. & K. stock is always carefully selected to please the taste
of this lastid'ous age, and we are showing most everything that is
worth having at figures like these, 4
$3.50, $4.50, $5, $6.50 and $7.85.
For the Big Little Boys
Ages 3 to 1G years: cloths for roust-a-bout spring wear and sum
mer vacation or for dressier use. Double breasted jackets and short
pants or stylish three button cutaway with fancy colored vests and
short pants, , . r -
85c, $1.25, $2.48, $3.65 and $4.85.
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.