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THE BOCK ISIJTO ARGUSi WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1889.
Curtain Sale !
. r.nE BROS., offer the following
VC-t commencing Monday A. M.
. .trine curtain scrims 5Jo a yard.
Ftf .rii nw curtains 60c a pair.
F"ncy l-o K.-e curtains (lace all hand
ADti.ue -orth $.50: at 94.50
J,,) . t7.50 worth $11.00; at
"' !h .ia.(H). The new medici
M. ,11 handmade) at $10.00 worth
n,,nv..i R17.S0: at IS (Ml
lfl-,h!;, ?,' worth ? Oi) You will not
,n v, to nill "''8e nywhere. Hand
' inilMMir lce curtains at $5 50
r"n , "oMh' '-""' lo 50- Cre"m
"""r ..." piirlalua at W.JMI worth $9.K).
,pH ; 75 worth jfll-.OO; Nottingham
' 1 ,,rtin-.r,S.rpHir. others ask 75c
.hi, li v" cannot match for 80 par
..tr i iiiir niMfiriM pur.
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"Viie newest creations in embroidered
siml ilk h curtains, silk and
".pnille portieres all etyles, colors and
1 Silk, wool and hemp draperies
E,r,'h n"llH Pric,s-
r .n-n'iii! future for -his week, will veil
, " J.imit '". ch rrv curtain kIms to those bnr
r,i,rtiin 'fh. Poles with nice brsxs
1 , "itt IT. 'imlrte. Picture haneers, (4yd
Jiii aire, curiam mil and screw eyes) all
. HMiTft II I'lll T - ' - .
X,itir! the specials on certain days and govern yourselves accordingly.
McC ABE BROS.
1714. 1716, 1718, 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue. Rock Island.
KINGSBURY & SON
Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
P3 Browns 3 cents.
p Micas 4 cents.
H Gilts 4$ cents.
0 ;TD ecorated Window Shades with spring fix-
tines complete ready to hang, 33 cents.
1705 Secend Avenue.
Dry Goods Stores
Corner Second and Brady Sts.
UY hayc decided to go out of the Dry Qoods business and to close
i'ii our entire stock of Dry Goods and Notions, not excepting any
tliiiiL' in the store. This unexpected announcement is due to a change
'i 'lie Imsiness plans of the firm, and although it may oppear un
reiisiiDHlile to lo so after being here so short a time, still we feel justi-tif-'l
in niuking the change. We shall commence our sale on Wednes
Iht morning. We remain closed all day tomorrow to arrange our
tre and mark goods over. Everything will be marked down leaving
tlit old marks on the tickets to show what reduction is made. We
Mit to close our stock out at once and if prices will do it the goods
H go. As is well known our stock is all new and it will not be like
dosing out an old stoek. This will give the people of Davenport and
virii,iiy a chance to buy goods as tbey have never done before and
lix-ri- is no humbug about. We mean a great slaughter of new stock.
1-vrry piece of goods in the store will suffer and you wil' only have to
come in and see it to lie convinced. In tomorrow's papers we shall
minounce our prices and the Hue of goods which shall be given atten
is oiip array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
Flannel and Fancy Striped Negligee
For boys and men will be on sale Hon
day and while they last at
25 cents and 32 centa
Gents' fine Tennis shirts at 44c; others
ask 73c to 91 .00 for less desirable pat
terns; mixed flannel Negligee shirts veiy
stylish and nice at 94c, worth $1 25 any
where; boys' blue flannel Bicycle and
Negligee shirts reduced from $1.00 to
63c for this sale only; gents' fine white
flannel Tennis shirts cheap at $2 25, for
this sale $1.62. About 15 other styles
mens' and boys' fancy shirts which we
cannot quote but will be offered in this
sale away below valee.
for Tuesday A. M. at 0 o'clock will be
placed on sale promptly 800 yards mills
at 4c regular 20c quality, all short
lengths from 1 to 7J yards. We reserve
the right to limit quantity to customers
A. M. we shall place on sale a big job in
cbildrens' black ingrain hose, full regu
lar made at 11c for sizes 6, 6j and 7, and
12c for sizes 7 J. 8 and 8; none after this
lt is closed; none to otuer dealers.
VINNEDGE & CO.
Another Enjoyable Night at the
The M. K. Folk Know Hew t Eater
talaTlie concert and Hay Pole
Daare Other Featore.
The inclement weather did not inter
fere with the success of the second
night of the May festival at the Rock
Island rink, and an encouragingly large
and an imi tensely well pleased audience
was present. The first feature was the
May pole drill, and a most delightful
entertainment it was, given under
the direction of Mrs. Dr. Geo. E. Barth
and the M.sses Hattie Jackson and Car
rie Kemble. The little people panic! pat
ing were Helen Loosley, and Jo Rosen-
field; Laura Bramnerger and Eddie Fry
singer; Msud Bear and Bennie White;
MayFergtson and Tollie White; Millie
Schmidt aid Fay Harper; Veda Wiloox
and Freddie Loeb; Eva Barber and Oscar
Schmidt; Millie Iglehart and Ollie Bear.
Thus coupled and prettily dressed, the
little people wound and interwound the
May pole with eailv colored ribbons and
then went through a series of pretty
steps to music by Bleuer's orchestra, pre
seating an enchanting scene.
Folio wit g this came the concert under
direction cf Prof. G. R. Housel, which
included a gloria by the full chorus of
one hundred voices, Holton's "Summer
Eve" by t ie ladies' chorus, "Matona,
Lovely Maiden" and "With Sheathed
Swords" by the full chorus. Mrs. J. F.
Robinson and the orchestra acted as ac
This afternoon the corn palace was the
centre of attraction.
Everybody admires the corn palace. It
is a feature that ought to be preserved.
Tomorrow afternoon there will be a
musical in which Mrs. Gould, of Moline,
will take part.
Friday afternoon Buford post will at
tend in a body, ancTall old soldiers are
invited to oin the post.
The ladies serve a splendid supper
from 5 nnlil 7 each evening. Strawber
ries and ice cream will be served tonight.
The museum, under charge of Capt.
Brackett, to the right of the entrance.
contains many interesting novelties and
The co w as well as the handsome
phaeton presented by the Sechler carriage
works, will be auctioned off between 3
and 6 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
This evening Prof. S. T. Bowlby's
grand cor cert will be given, when the
following programme will be presented:
March Marl on a Ernest Otto
Bm-lby's selected orchestra
(Piano solo; Tarantelle Heller
Alidade de Concert Clarene
B iwlby's selected orchestra
(Soprano sola) Swiss Echo none Eckert
Miss Minnie Kation
(Violin solo) I)' Otello Fantasie Ernst
Herr Jacob Heuter
l Piano quartette) March De Concert VTollen-
lt ptano Mlnses Cora Smith and Marv Richards;
2d piano MUses Belle Folnmn and Mattle llem
enwsy. part Sd.
Overture, Zim Volkxfest M. Carl
B wlhy'a selected orchestra
(Piano trio) March from Kuius of Athens....
Mav Larkln. Maggie Murphy and Eva Barher.
Soprano sole, Bert of All Moir
Mrs. Oeo. Lamhert
(Piano duet) Qui Vive Galop De Concert
Mm. and Hllva Johnson.
(Cello solo) Fantasie Lindler
Pror. H. Fnhringer
Piano solo, id Rsplismlie Hongroie Liszt
Miss Steua Oltuiauu.
Waltz Sutme Sal-berry
Bowlby's selected orchestra.
The new church is sure of erection if it
depends upon the success of the fair.
City Marshal Phil Miller interviewed
his force far the first time lant oight and
assigned 1 is men to duty as follows:
Day Force P. J. Cary, upper beat,
Twenty-fourth street to Moline line;
John Brennan, central, Sixteenth to
Twenty-fourth streets; Lawrence Kramer,
lower, all west of Sixteenth street.
Night Patrol John Fletcher, First
Street to T enth; George Hotter, Tenth to
Sixteenth; John Schaab, Sixteenth to
Twentieth; Peter Loge, Twentieth to
Twentysfourth; Peter Boland, Twenty,
fourth to Forty-second.
The police committee has decided to
repaper the police headquarters and pro
vide a new horse and harness for the pai
trol wagoi, new helmets for the -men,
The gricery store of W. C. Maucker,
eorner of Fourth avenue and Fifteenth
street, was burglarized Monday night acd
about $ld worth of canned goods, cigars,
etc., stolen. There are no clues to the
The married woman, whose capers and
arrest for disturbing the peace were
spoken of in the A Rous the other day,
has become violent, and it is thought she
is insane from the use of morphine. She
was down town this morning presenting
a frightf ll appearance. Marshal Miller
will investigate her case.
Quo. Foster plead guilty to larceny in
the county court today and was fined $15
and costs and sent to jail for twenty-
Mil Klt ninreprewrntaulon.
The lightning yesterday rendered the
electric a otor of the Aroub useless for a
time, and they had to grind a portion of
their edit on off by hand. Union.
This is what the Argus gets for calling
its muscular power into effect in order to
do the L'nion a favor. The morn
ing paper being impatient to get the
new of tae day before the Arous car
riers get ttround, has been in the babit of
sending its devil for a copy of the
paper aa mod as it is struck off. Tester-
day, owing to the effect of lightning on
the wires between the office and power
station, it was delayed a few minutes. The
Union boy came in the interim and in
order to ticcommodate him a couple of
copies vere struck off by hand. The
Union' $ t evil reported this fact to head
quarters ind the above is the result. The
Arous was printed by electricity last
night as isual all the same, and waa not
more than fifteen minutes behind time,
Attention Knight of Pythias.
Regular meeting of St. Paul Lodge,
this (W(dnesday) evening, at 7:80 sharp,
at the at iournment of which there will
be a met ting of the Uniform Rank for
import! t busineas. By order of H. C,
Cleayeland, Sir Et Capt.
Geo. B. STSBBisa, C. C.
Crave ObleettMa tm the Trelly Hrm
temIavenlKtls t be Ila4e Be
fore Practical VJaace la Aatmretf.
When President Holmea of -the tri-city
street railway system was last in Rock
Island.he said in reply to an inquiry from
the writer as to whether the system, of
which he is the official head, had deter'
mined about its motive power for its local
plant: "I think for the present at least,
we had better trust to horses and mules.
There' are as yet serious complications
with regard to electricity that only prac
tical street railway men know about, that
must be obviated before we can use it on
a system such as ours. As soon as a mo
tive system other than animals is estab
lished as practicable for our purposes
our patrons here shall have the benefit
Mr. Holmes, it seems, was right, and
the probabilities are that he knows of
even stronger objections than those he
cited. The system in vogue in Daven
port has its unpopular and seriously ob
The question of the advantage of the
single or double trolley system for elec
tric cars is attracting much attention in
Des Moines. The telephone people there
say that the present system has practi
cally ruined a large part, of their tele
phone service. That a number of sub
scribers have given up the phone since
they are really useless. It is claimed,
says the RegUter, that the double trolley
system would obviate the trouble as well
as remove the danger of accident which
exists with the single trolley system. The
people ' of Davenport living or having
business on Brady street have experi
enced some trouble with their telephones
on account of the electric system here.
The Cincinnati Times-Star discussing
the Question as it is of interest to that
city, said in a recent issue:
A single trolley system is a constant
menace to human life. ' To touch its wire
is death! Scattering its current in the
ground along the rails means constant
interference with the wires of both
the fire and police departments, and
the paralysis of all other electric
wires in the neighborhood. The tele
phone service of Akron, O., has been
practically, ruined by it. A dozen an
nunciators in the Akron exchanere are
often thrown down at once by the current
scattered by the electric railroad. The
police and fire alarm wires similarly suffer
here unless the proposed system is
changed, and this change can easily be
made at a comparatively small cost. A
double trolley system, such as the Eerper
line on V alnut Hills and as the line to
Cumminsville will be, would make a dif
ference in the cost of the Mt. Auburn
electric roads of but a few hundred dol
lars, and would cause but a slight delay
in the beginning of business. A double
trolley system obviates all difficulties
from induction and is as independent of
all telegraph, telephone, fire or police
wires and, compared with the single trol
ley line, as harmless as a cotton clothes
line. This is a matter which directly
concerns the public. The municipal
authority should at once interest them
selves and avert the threatened danger.
The Proper Changes.
Important changes are to occur in the
running of trains on the Racine & South
western division of the C, M. & St. P.
next Sunday. After that date the morn
ing express will leave about 7:30 and
Capt. Fuller's train instead of running
between Rock Island and Savanna, will
run through to Freeport, arriving in
Rock Island and departing at the same
time as now that is at 11:05 a. m. and
3 p. m. respectively. This is a move
that Division Supt. Wright has been
working for ever since he assumed
charge of the division and it is probable
that the company will not regret making
it. It is gratifying to know that the
Milwaukee folks have renewed their in
terest on this division and we are glad to
note the signs of new life thus displayed.
It is only necessary now to restore the
night express to get the train service at
Rock Island what it used to be. The
change is a good one, too, as it gives the
corpulent Capt. Tom Fuller a chance to
spread himself over more territory. It
is rather rough on a man of his size to
restrict him to fifty-six miles of road an d
he can't stand it. Fuller will now have
his home at Freeport, which is also the
home of his engineer, Lou McGovern .
$5 suits M. & E.
$10 suits M. &. E.
$2 93 suits M. & E.
50 cent shoes M. & E.
Get wall paper at Taylor's.
M. & E. for a 50 cent shoe.
Ready 50 cent shoes M. & E.
Have pictures framed at Taylor's.
Fresh strawberries at F. G. Young's.
Ladies' flannel blouses at the M . & E.
J. C. Adams and bride have returned
to the city.
Strawberries cheap thiB evening at C.
C. Truesd Ale's.
Mr. William Gibson is recovering from
a severe illness.
Curtains with best spring fixtures 85
cents at Taylor's.
The Springfield base ball club is at the
Rock Island house.
Aren't they just splendid, those 50 cent
shoes at the M. & E.
Have you been to the curtain sale at
McCabe Bros, this week?
Rev. Spurlock and son, of Geneseo,
were in the city today.
The Davenports and Springfields play
today, tomorrow and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. VanVleck, of 8t.
Paul, are stopping at the Harper.
A choice lot of fresh butter by the jar
te be aold cheap at Beecher'a commission
$7.50 for an elegant baby buggy.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing
Tbey have come and been placed on
sale, those 60 cent kid and goat button
shoes at the M. & E.
Alderman Edwards has let the con
tract for his new house in Rodman's ad
dition to Collins' Bros.
John Corcoran is to be an assistant to
Street Commissioner H. C. Harris under
the new administration.
How in the name of sense can M. & E.
ell aa good a shoe for 50 centa aa they
have just placed on sale?
No use in talking but the M. & K. is
the place to buy shoes have you seen
their new 50 cent shoes f
Tomorrow night occurs the regular
weekly meeting of the Rock Island Citi
zens' Improvement association.
Our prices on silverware pleases every
one able to buy it. The C. F. Adams
Home Furnishing House. 322 Brady
The curtain sale at McCabe Bros, is a
great success. The unusual bargains
they are offering cannot fail to attract at
Remember that four cents buys either
a plain walnut or cherry curtain pole for
any one buying curtains this week at
Those 25 and 32 cent boys' and men's
fancy tennis flannel shirts at McCabe
Bros, are proving a drawing caref . Sev
eral dozen sold first day.
M. & E. do not make a big blow over
their 50 cents shoes, but their customers
are fairly delighted to know that there is
a place where good shoes can be bought
A rattlesnake hissed at a woman at the
corner of Seventeenth street and Second
avenue this morning, whereupon the
woman picked bp a rock and slew the
Honest goods and honest prices is what
makes trade so brisk at the C. F. Adams
Home Furnisuing House, 322 Brady
A Galena young man who called on a
young lady in the evening of centennial
pay was invited to call again on the next
return of the day.
Alderman W. H. Edwards is in Mon
mouth looking after the construction of
a brick church that the firm of Edwards
& Walsh has a contract for.
City Attorney J. L. Haas went to Chii
cago Monday to be absent a week. He
left ex-City Attorney McEoiry to attend
to the city affairs during bis absence.
Mr. Andrew Newman, of Chicago.and
Miss Jennie Lundquist, of Moline, were
united in wedlock at the residence of tbe
bride's parents in Moline last evening.
Dr. J. W. Cowden is one of the latest
to become infatuated with the two-
wheeled bicycles, and has ordered one.
which he will use in visiting his pa
tients. Ex-Mayor Henry Carse returned yes
terday morning from his visit to his
daughter at St. Joseph's seminary at Car
bon dale, near St. Louis, and alsf his bus
iness trip to St. Louis and Burlington.
The readers of the Union would doubt
less like to know when County Clerk
Donaldson became city clerk or what
the city clerk has to do with the official
proceedings of the county board.
Joseph Cope, one of the oldstime resi
dents of Davenport, died at Mercy hospi
tal' yesterday. He had been suffering
from gangrene of the foot, and on Sun
day an amputation of the poisoned mem
ber was made.
Mr. W. F. Gilmore, the engineer on
tbe Rock Island road, has purchased the
homestead of M. M. Corbett, on Twenty-
second street near Seventh avenue for
$2,100 and will commence the occupancy
of it this week .
It has been suggested that if a new pe
tition is to be circulated to gain the ex
pression of property holders as to pave
ment material preferences for the guid
ance of tbe council at its next meeting.
that some disinterested, unbiased citizen
Richmond Terrell, proprietor of the
Harper house barber shop, who is a mem
ber of the grand jury that reports next
Monday in the circuit court, has the
honor to be tbe first colored man to serve
as a member of that important body in
the history of Rock Island county.
In tbe county court yesterday after
noon a jury composed of Dr. G. L. Eys-
ter, and Messrs. H. E. Casteel. J. E. Lar
kin, Jacob Anthony, Oliver Jordan and
Quincy McNeil adjudged Henry B.
Whitman, of Moline, insane. The pa
tient is fifty-seven years of age and his
disease is of an hereditary nature.
This a. m. at McCabe Bros', were
placed on sale a big job of children's
black Ingrain, full, regular made hose,
sizes 6, 6 and 7 at 11 cents, and sizes
7, 8 and 8 at 12 cents. Notwithstand
ing the large crowd of buyers, the line of
sizes may hold out for 8 or 4 days as it
was a large lot None to other dealers.
If we can save you money we are cer
tainly entitled to your attention. We
mean what we say, when we claim to
have the best refrigerator, and can prove
it if you will call at our store. Prices as
low as others ask for inferior boxes; look
this up. The C. F. Adama Home Fur
nishing House, 322 Brady street, Daven
port. Mr. Howard Wells has received his
credentials as local agent for the St.
Paul, Minneapolis & St. Paul Packet
company. Agent Wells will have bis
office in his present place of business on
First avenue, using the old ferry dock for
a wharf boat. Wells 4s a huetler and
will arouse lively competition in Rock
Rock Island with tbe tireless agent of the
old reliable Diamond Jo line, Capt. Geo .
In the Daily National Hotel Reporter of
yesterday appears the following con
cerning the former landlord of the Rock
Island house, this city; "Mr. Rush
Field, of the Brevoort, sold his interest
in that hotel yesterday to a Mr. Dewey, a
real estate man of this city, for the Bum
of $15,000 cash. Mr. Field says he is at
present negotiating for the lease of a
larger hotel here in Chicago."
The Rock Island liquor men, who have
been selling "spirits" in Iowa, do not find
themselves in the trouble they anticipat
ed. In his disposition of the casea at
Dubuque Saturday, Judge Shiras sens
tenced them to pay the costs of the pros
ecution in each case. These light sen
tences would seem to indicate that Judge
Shiras doubts the soundness of the decis
ions which held these dealers to be vio
lators of the. law.
The lightning yesterday afternoon
struck the house of J. F. Hodges, 817
Second street. It tore about two feet of
plaster from the celling and then ran
down the aide of a door between the
kitchen and dining room and tearing it
somewhat, but doing bo great damage
At Moline It struck the wires of the Hex-
chants' Electric - Light company end
burned out several armatures, doing only
nominal damage, however. Davis &
Co. had everything In working shape
again in a snort time.
Atteattea, Old Meldtere.
All members of Buford post. G. A. R
and all soldiers of the late war, are re
quested to meet at tbe post room, 1609
Second avenue, at 1 o clock p. m. Friday,
May 10, to attend the entertainment at
the rink. A general good time is antici
pated. The post and friends will be es
corted by Buford post drum corps.
Thos. Campbell, Commander.
M. T. Stafford, Adjutant.
The Gilpin Hose company No. 7, of
the Seventh ward, has been reorganized
with the following officers:
Foreman Andrew Greaser.
Assistant Foreman L M Chambers.
Treasurer John Schillinger.
Secretary John Lorenz.
"Can't eat a thinff." Hood'a SarsaDa.
ruia is a wonderful medicine for creating
an appetite, regulating digestion and giv
Judge Joachimsen. of San Francisco.
has decided that the broomstick is not a
deadly weapon. Perhaps the judge is not
a married man .
Ch as. A . Stikl, - Manager.
FRIDAY, MAY 10th.
Positively the only appearance this Sea
son, of Mr. Apgusttn Daly's great
est of all Comedies,
-A Night Olf-
with the splendid New York cast direct
from Daly's Theatre.
-THE COMEDY SUCCESS
of two continents.
SECURE TOUR SKATS NOW.
P t. mm VK. V) a n 4 . . .
- . v,iiw,, mrata on saie at
Cleniann A aalzmann'a
Thursday and Friday,
May 8, 9 and 10.
Game called at 3:30 p. m.
Saturday Evening, May lith.
.admission 35 Cents
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Moline after dance.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At tbe very Lowest
Call and see.
Under Bock Island Donse.
-in the three cities is-
Ic Cream made from pore Cream
and flarored with the popular
Savon. A trial of this cream
will convict all that It can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kinds, famished on
SECURED BT FIRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for sale at 6&
and 7 per cent to inrestor.
Interest Collected without
Erery effort made to handle
only choice investments.
Call or write for details.
front so.ai, Hez,m rr
WANTED 4 GOOD DINING BOOK QML
Low prices this week in our glove de
partment. To appreciate the prices of
fered examination will be necessary.
4 button, embroidered back, 50 cts.
You will "wonder" how we can afford to
sell this glove at 50 cents.
4 - button, embroidered back, 75 cts.
Compare the "Entre Nous" with gloves
you have been paying $1.00 for.
5 hook, embroidered back, 83 cents.
Compare the "Paris" with gloves sold at
5- hook, embroidered back, $1.20.
Match the "Charmaut" if you can else
where for $1 60.
Large assortment lisle and silk cloves
cheap to better grades.
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
1 MP I
n ipms&w wi s
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as
this city can be seen
They buy direct from the
wholesale dealers' profits and
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
IVPirst class Insnrmnce at lowest rates.
The following are among
A fl 1 mpnsr nMn.. ah T-V. .
A nice new two story residence with large lot,
in good neighborhood, on Tw enty -fourth sr., cheap
j iuv. il. icsmemc, wiiu at moaern im
provements, large ground, on Elm tfeei-t, for
sale cheap on easr terms.
Two story dwelling, six rooms, pood we'l, cis
tern and ctUar, large bam, H acre of land, within
A fw mtanm i U 1 . . - . i ,
v. mimu .urn tars, ai a oargain.
A neat brick house with a large lot for SJ.OOO,
convenient to npper depot and saw mill.
Large brick honse, well located, on Fourth
avenne. lot 60x150, for sale cheap.
Hon, ham with nr.. fr.... ........ .v.n Kl..
for sale cheap. '
A small dweline, lot 50 feet front, g..od loca
tion, for tale at B&S0 on easy terms.
To Cure Spring Fever
IS H TT IT
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
The Largest Stock,
Trie Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
you see our bargains.
Ladie sand Gents Low Shoes in all grades and prices.
Wigwam Slippers at your own prices.
Ladies fine Hand Turned shoes from the best manufacturers.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three stores .
CST'Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE. PIONEER 8H0E STORE,
2929 Plfth Atbu. 1712 Second ATenua.
No U9e talking, we are headquarters
Tor embroideries. We show the largest
and handsomest assortment of embroid
eries in the three cities. In fact we have
too many and have marked at pricea to
move rapidly. Examine the elegant new
effects in real hemstitched and tucked.
White goods in endless variety.
Plaids, checks, stripes, plains, etc., 4c a
yard up to fine grades.
Dress patterns, bofced, ecru bastite,
9 yards material. 40 in. wido. 41 nrmw
embroidery, 4 J wide embroidery. $1.95.
i nue, is yarua material, 81 Inches
wide. 4i varrin each wide anil nut-mar em
broidery, $2.95. Don't all speak at once.
any other establishment in
at the popular store of
Manufacturers, thus saving the
are enabled to command the
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
Two honse on lot, 80x1.24, well located, on
Moline avenne a money making investment.
A two story honse of nine rooms and one
story honse f dve rooms, on the name lot, be
tween Four, b and Fifth av nue, on Twenty-firet
Sttt) will bur a honse and lot on First avenne
near the "ii" depot.
11,800 will buy a good touse of sit rooms In
one of the best neighborhoods on Nineteenth at.
(1,000 will buy a neat bouse on Twentieth st.
Two houses and lot dOxlSO, cn Second ave.
Some of tbe best lots in Dodge's addition on
A good lot on the bluff in Rodman's divis
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ROCK ISLAND. ILL.