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TELE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1899
The Weather We Msj Bit.
Showers tonitrht. probatly (air Sat
unlay; continued warm.
loflay s temperature a.
J. H. Sbibiii, Obserrer.
Pay your water rent.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
Frait of all kind at Norton's.
Try Galaxy flour. Horton is agent.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
E. E. Mangold.leading photographer
Fresh eggs and dairy butter at Ilor
$2.60 buvs (3.50 men's tans at
The best overalls for boys, 25 cents
Som triers & La Velle.
Order Huesin's soda and mineral
waters. Telephone 1338.
Hull & Co. for real estate and In
surance. Kead their ad.
Special prices on Siberia refrigera
tors at Allen, Myers & Go's.
Two hundred and fifty pairs ladies1
f 3 tans f i a pair at Adams'.
Too many ladies1 3 tan shoes, f
and take your pick. Adams.
All 45 and 50 cent crash hats, 25
cents. Sommers & La Velle.
It's to your advantage to trade at
the fourth avenue shoe store.
For children's nobby white duck
suits see Simon & Mosenfeuier.
It's the talk of the town the shoes
Dolly Bros, are selling at f 1.98.
Fans, fans. Electric fans at 119
Eighteenth street. Phone 4202.
Two dollars a pair takes his $3
grade of ladies' tans, so says Adams'
Junior wool suits, ages 3 to 8, $ 2.75
to S3. 25, reduced to $1 75. Sommers
& J -a Velle.
Get your bells fixed. Call up Rock
Island Electric Construction company
Greatest sale of the season at
Adams' on ladies' tan shoes; f 2 a pair
lor fJ quality.
You will save from one-fourth to
one-half on all shirts boujrht at Simon
Men's $3.50 and fl shoes for
(2.50 at the clearing sale of Rock Isl
and factory shoes.
No matter how slim or stout, we
can tit you in linen or crash pants
Simon & Moscnfelder.
Call and get our prices on shoes be-
fore purchasing. It will pay you
Fourth avenue shoe store.
You will find cheap silk shirts any
where, but for nice, nobbv shirts see
Simon & Mosenfclder.
Be the first to catch on and wear a
pair of our $1.98 shoes. Regular $2.50
and $3 values. .Dolly liros.
The best refrigerators in the city
are the Siberia, and going at special
prices at Allen. Myers x Co.
No place like Adams' this week for
bargains in tan shoes, lie says they
must go $2 a pair for $b grades.
We are in receipt of more hot weath
er shirts, lhey are beauties. (Jail
and see them. 'Simon & Mosenfelder.
Boys' finest long pants suits, age 12
to 15 years. $6.95 and $7.50 suits, re
duced to $5. So aimers & La Velle.
See our line of silk shirts, 48 cents
to $3.75. No such variety to select
from in the city. Simon & Moscn
felder. At the clearing sale of Rock Island
factory shoes $2.50 buys any pair in
the store, black or tan, men's or wo
men's. Fat men. attention. We can fur
nish you linen and crash pants from
size 40-50 waist. Simon & Mosen
felder. Vaudeville and cake walk at tho
Watch Tower Sunday. Band concert
afternoon and evening. Electric foun
Jewel security gasoline stoves are
absolutely safe. Not a drop of gaso
line can escape from the stove. Sold
only by Allen, Myers & Co.
The sizes are broken, but we have
a few of those nice children's crash
pants left which we are selling at 10
cents. Simon & Mosenfelder.
A 60-pair lot of the Rock Island
Shoe company's black vesting top $3
hoes go on sale tomorrow at $2 a
pair. llurst, lie Cuts the Frice.
We have too many linen and crash
suits left, which wo are anxious to
dispose of while this hot weather lasts.
Call and get prices. Simon & Mosen
felder. Don't forget yon can buy $3.50 Re
gent lans for $2.85 a pair. They are
the best values ever offered for the
money. Once worn, always worn.
Puritan blue flame oil stove leads
all other so-culled blue flame in the
city. Call and examine them at Al
len. Mvers & Co's.
The store room at 225 Eighteenth
street has been remodeled and is in
tirst-class shape for occupancy. Ap-
"Calumer" Dots Not Belong to
Bskins Powder Trust, but Con
sumer cro Rapidly Learning
to Placo Their Trust in
T IN )
V PRICE J
plr of George Wasrner. Jr., Eiffh-
teenth street and Second avenue.
Ladies, $2 25 buys the choice of
my tan shoe in the bouse, which
have sold at $3, $3 60 and $4 a pair.
Nearly all sizes and widths. Remem
ber $2.25 a pair. The Boston.
The public sale of W. J. Eutrikin'a
residence at the end of the red line,
Moline, was continued from last Sat
urday until next Saturday at 4 p. m.
IL C Harris will be the auctioneer.
-Hanan & Florsheim, tans, $5 shoes,
are now selling at $4 a pair. Now is
the time to treat yourself to a pair of
the finest shoes on earth for a little
money. The Boston.
NUMBER OF APPLICANTS.
Island Blrh School PrlnclpaUhlp
Much Sought After.
Fifty applications have already been
received by the board of education for
the position of principal of the Rock
Island High school. The board, which
has accepted the resignation of Prof.
E. V. Robinson, who has accepted the
principalship of the Central High
school at St. Paul, will select his suc
cessor at an early date. Mr. and
Mrs. Robinson will remairrin Rock
Island during the summer.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY.
July 13 at Yoanc & MeComba Big
Millinery department. $3, $2.50, $2
trimmed hats, choice $1. See our
trimmed bats, $1.50 cost is not looked
upon as anything in these numbers.
blowers one-hall price, misses and
children's bats $1, $1.25, $1.50,
choice 50c. -
Cape Mavrongh straw walking hats
$1, choice. 39c.
Ladies' silk waists, choice patterns.
all this season's productions, $4 waists,
Fancy taffeta silk waists $5 and
$5.50. choice $2.98.
Plain colored silk taffeta waists $6
and $6.50 values, choice, $3.48.
Ladies' and gents satin string ties,
black and all colors, choice 9c.
Gents' silk and satin Teck scarfs.
worth 25c, for, choice, 10c.
Ladies' and gents' white lawn tics.
Gents' suspenders, full' size,- 15c,
Gents' $1.25 silk front shirts, cam
bric body, the best goods, choice 89c,
Jrancy parasols, now is the time. to
buy. $ I, $3, $2.50, choice $1.25.
2b-inch fancy taffeta umbrellas
paragon frames, seven ribs, princess
handles, with silk loop, silver clasp,
regular $2.50 umbrella, now $1.98.
Navy, green, wine, brown.
Cups and saucers, six cups and six
saucers, per set 19c.
Fruit jars, pints, per dozen, 25c;
quarts, Hoc; one-half gallon, 45c.
.None to dealers. No mail orders. No
1 OUNl iK McCom P.3.
City Council Chamber, July 13,
1893: The city clerk is directed to
notify all owners of property upon
which water rents are due and delin
quent, to pay the same before the 1st
day of August, 1899, to the said clerk;
and the said clerk is further directed
to furnish the city attorney, after the
expiration or the said allotted time, a
complete list of all property owners
upon whose premises water rents may
ie due and unpaid on said Aug. 1
1899, together with the amounts of
he rents so due and the periods cov
ered thereby; and it is further directed
that the city attorney on the receipt
of said delinquent water rent list, pro
ceed to collect the same by due legal
methods from the owners of the prop
erty where the water, lor which said
rent has been charged, was used.
Fuei G. Gall,
M. V. Concannon".
J. W. Law head.
Adopted July 13, 1899.
An Average Anseoament.
The information having come to
Assessor J. R. Johnston that the im
pression existed in the minds of some
hat the assessment ol Kock Island is
hijrber than in former years. Mr.
Johnston states that the recent assess
ment is an average one, that the
state board has been reducing our as
sessment, having cut it 34 per cent
:ist year and 2o per cent the 'ear be
fore, all oi which has bad a favorable
effect rather than otherwise. - i"
For the Service.
Lieut. Bethel. U. S. A., in charge of
he recruiting oflices throughout the
tate. was a visitor at the Kock Island
recruiting station this morning, ac
companied by Acting Assistant Sur
geon Walsh. The following were
mustered into the service: John Bau-
maun. of sterling, heavy artillery,
Fort Mcllenry, Maryland; Carl Kraii's,
of Galva. and George Martin, of Des
Moines, for the Philippines; William
Braucht. of Moline, and Charles A.
Stone, of Dixon, 30th volunteers. Fort
-Trhtirt Rfrtirn n filArlv mlYl
dropped dead In the yard at the home
. 1 - a . ma- T O. 1
aim (lau'TTiier, jurs. wusrjii - ohiiw.
14 Fourth avenue. Moline. this
morning. Coroner L. . Eckhart hId
inqnest and on examination it was
md his death was due to apoplexy.
Red IlM From tbe Una.
Was the ball that hit G- B. Stead-
man, of .Newark. Mich., in tbe civil
war. It caused horrible ulcers that
no treatment helped for 20 years.
Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
him. Cures cuts, bruises, burns, boils,
felons, corns, skin eruptions. Best
pile cure vn earth. 25 cents a box.
Care guaranteed. Sold by Ilartx &
TTTTK fTfnfrA fhA lillhfinlA'
LJIIU MBS lllti Llo.
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
v Andrae Bicycles 5000
Patee Bicycles 6000
Eldredge & Belvider Bicycles : 7500
Hoffman Bicycles 5000
Steai-ns Bicycle Co .....) 12000
Rambler Bicycles 35000
Racycle Bicycles.. 15000
Columbia & Hartford Bicycles 75000
Ide Bicjcles . 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 Avenae. . ROCK ISLAND.
Got tO GO. -
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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. rMoney talks.
$3.50 REGENTS, tan leathers,
$5.00 men's taus, (Hanan &
$1.00. $3.50 and $3.00 ladies' tans,
Boy's and Girl's Tans Same Way.
...... $4.00 p
. $2.25 f
WE ALWAYS CARRY
A large and complete
line of all seasonable
fruits and vegetables
and also a complete
line of staple and fancy
groceries. It will pay
you in both time and
money to read the list
New Peas, Wax Deans,
New Potatoes, "Tomatoes,
Summer Squash, ItcrmudaOnten.
Celery. Head and Leaf
Ieituee. (Jreeu He am,
W ater Melons on Ice.
Spring Cbickena dressed to order.
Buys a new wheel, adjust
able handle bars, Christy
style saddle and good
324 Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
303 W. 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 fine
watch repairing and ad.
jnsting. . GiTe us a ..
Southwest watch in
spector for C. M- & St.
P. 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.
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, $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, 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 pulled fronts, unbroken sizes and no back nuiuliers, at
50c, 78c, 98c and $1.00.
Men's All-Wool Cassimere and Worsted
A wonderful collection of all the good things of this season's
styles in stripes, cheeks, plaids, as well as blues, blacks and slaule
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 quickly make our friends for
the big M. tV; K. stock is always carefully selected to please the taste
of this Jastidious age, and we are showing most everything that is
worth having at ligures like these,
$3.50, $4.50, $5, $6.50 and $7.85.
For the Big Little Boys
Ages 3 to 16 years: cloths for roust-a-bout spring wear and sum
mer vacation or for dressier use. Dou ble breasted jackets and short
pants or stylish three button cutaway with fancy colored- vests and
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 V. Second St Davenport.