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THE BOCK rSTAND ABGU& MONDAY, JULY 29, 1889.
1 1-2 and 2 3-4
ANOTIIER CASE LAWNS,
1 Jc per yard, 10 yards for 15 cinU,
1 cane Ctaallics 2 cents.
IS dozen ladies' Chemise, lace Irim'd
sod 10 dozen Drawers, well made, with
yoke baDds at 19c each, both made of
Forest mills muslin.
30 do7.cn men's mixed summer weight
Shirts and Drawers, regular made cuffs
and ankles at 25c each, worth 50c.
Nice stvles men's Tennis Shirts at
45c, were 75c.
10 dozen men's Cheviot work Shirts
10 cents each.
11) dozen gauze summer Corsets re
duced to 34c.
50 dozen ladies' black ITose 8c pair.
25 dozen ladles' black Hose, warran
ted fast dye, Wc pair.
One lot fanny stripe Hose, full regu
lar Engiah goods, 10c pair.
One lot Indies' stripe Hose 2c pair.
One lot blain assorted colored Hose
4c p iir.
One lot men's mixed J Hose lc pair.
One lot men's mixed A Hose, seam
less heels. 2c pair.
1 raae trenuine mingo I nnw ,ic y u.
T 1 T" . . r- .u
1 bale brown Muslin Si", yard.
20 pieces wool Tricots yard.
gjTSome of these bargains may not lie on sale before 10 o'clock on Tuesday as
it Is a biff job to check off, mark and ticket several lan?e purchases of this kind,
hut we shall use our best endeavors to eel all goods in shape to place on sale as
........ oa a nnauitila uflar t lie, AIlAnilKT llCtllr
1714, 1716. 1713. 1720 and 1722 Skcond Avenue, Rock Island.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 75c.
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All late styles. Tliese prices are for these days only.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ice, using oly 127 as much ice as its best compet
itor and 9.17 as much as one of its would he competitors.
possesses the only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which no ohter can eijual. and has preserved fresh meats three
weeks in the hottest weather. Produces better results with less ice
than any other Refrigerator. The tines of the
do not require cleaning as do other makes, being perfectly and scien
tifically constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keeps it
sweet and clean. The liest made, best finished and handsomest Re
frigcrator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use in Rock Island than all others.
WILMRD BAKER & CO.,
80LE AGENTS KOK ROOK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
is one 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.
FROM THE MARKET.
Our Mr. L. S. McCabe has just re
turned after spending several days cares
fully lookiig up all the best bargains to
be found. The result of bis trip can be
seen by the annexed figures which are
but a few samples of the many drives he
Midsummer is usually the time for
invoicing and vacations, and but few
buyers visit the market at this time and
thousands of odd lots are ready and
waiting for buyers with the "quick
McCalie Bros, learned years ago the
value of July trips , to the market and
are thus always ready with
HOT WEATHER BARGAINS
that other merchauts only dream of.
Their offerings for this week consist
of many closing lots of manufacturers
and commission men, who were ready to
make large sacrifices in order to close the
accounts for the season with their priu
M fW 1 U
Clearing price 48c.
. '771 CC3j.VJ.L.'-Tg t
AN AWFUL AFFAIR.
Mrs. Lute D.
Mhe Iwe lie lliia a
repatable 11' nine, and He la Hhat and
Frobably Slot-tally Wonndert The
Affair and hat Led t It.
Lute D. Dimick was shot through the
body by a pistol in the hands of his wife
in the disreputable oen Known as -me
toboggan," on ' he east side of Nineteenth
street just below Second avenue shortly
after 10 o'clock Saturday night. He was
then put into bis buggy, which he had
left at the door, and driven to his rooms
over Dimick's carriage repository building
on Third avenue opposite Union square.
where Drs. Truesdale and Cowden were
summoned to attend him. Thev found
SCENE OE THE TRAGEDY.
the bullet.one of a thirty-two calibre.had
entered the be dy immediately below the
apex and had lodged directly opposite,
and from where they soon extracted it
The first theiry of the physicians was
that the bullet had struck the ninth rib
and followed i around to the place where
found, and had not penetrated a vital or
gan. Yesterday morning, however, they
made discoveries that warranted the be
lief that theletden messenger had passed
straight through the body instead of fol
lowing the rib. and had entered the kid
neys and causi'd acute peritonitis, which
was likely to result fatally at any mo
There are tvo versions as to the
CIRCL'.VSTASCKS OP THE SHOOTING.
Mrs. Dimick ha I been at the Eugene
Robinson floa'ing show, and on her way
home by way of Nineteenth street, she
discovered a l.orse and buggy in front of
the "toboggi.n," which she recognized
as belonging to her husband. Hurrying
home she seized a revolver, and return
ing to the "toboggan" she entered
through a window, and the shooting oc
There were two women in the room at
the time, and they aver that Dimick was
at the counter drinking, one of the wo
men being on the outside of the counter
with him aid the other behind, when
Mrs. Dimick leaped through the window,
and with the utterance, "you dirty pup,
I've caught you here!'' took deliberate
aim and fired. Then in an instant she
took aim at tie woman nearest her hus
band on tn outside of the counter,
when the woman behind jumped over the
counter, and seizing Mrs. Dimick
wrestled the revolver from her, and
flung it out in ro the street. Mrs. Dimick
ASSISTED HER 1IUUAND
into the buegj, and drove him home.
Mrs. Dimick was seen in her home on
the second floor of the Dimick livery
stable builuu.g as given above, by an
A noes representative soon after the oc
currence and while the physicians were
working witli her husband. She ap
pcared distreoed and anxious, but not
nervous or excited. "Oh, it is all an acc.i
dent," she said, "all an accident, an awful
accident. I lid not shoot my husband
I would not harm him and he knows it
he will tell yru so, let him speak for him
Lute Dimick was greatly excited and
possessed of lie idea that be was dying
He screamed and groaned repeatedly, yet
it was a time when the better side of his
disposition stowed itself, for he not only
exonerated his wife, but laid the whole
blame of the unfortunate affair to him
self. Twice he told this story to the
doctors and ethers about his bedside:
"I was dwn there on Nineteenth
street and mj wife came in on me. She
came in very suddenly, I think through
the window, and
AIMING aT ONE OK THE WOMEN
said: 'so you are the woman who is en
ticing my buumnd away and giving me
all this trouble.' I turned and grabbed
her, and in tl.e scuttle the revolver went
off and I was shot."
Young Di nick was constant in his
iterations that his wife was uot to blame
Once between his paroxysms, when some
one bad apparently cast reflection upon
bis wife, be called her to tbe bed an
"NOT A W ORD AGAINST YOU, LIZZIE.
You are not to blame; you have been
good wife to me." Later, in talking to
Dr. Truesdale, he remarked: "Don
blame Lizzie: she is my wife, the mother
of my little child there, and I can't have
One of tbe barn men said he feared
something whs going to happen when be
saw the expression on Mrs. Dimick's face
on her return from the show. He was
standing at the livery stable door, when
she hurriedly passed him and went up
stairs. When she came down again and
went off toward Nineteenth street, he
felt sure something was wrong. His first
impulse was to advise one of the barn
men to follow her, but an after thought
told him he had better not. A very short
time had elapsed before he beard a scream
from the diiection of Nineteenth street
and Third s venue. He hastily went in
that direction and met Mrs. Dimick com
ing in a bug(;y with her husband, and she
told him her husband had been shot, but
that was all she would say. When the
Dimick building was reached, young Late
was carried up stairs, crying that he bad
been shot and knew that he was dying
LUTE HAD BEEN DRINKING
considerably, evidently, and this had the
Sect to make him very excitable much
more so than he would have been other
wise and though opiates were adminiss
tered, it was pretty well along toward
morning when he finally fell asleep.
The doctors experienced no difficulty
in locating tbe ball and cutting it out. It
was not in the least flattened, and this
fact somewhat disabused the idea that it
had come in contact with a rib. Yet tbe
attending physicians did not anticipate
serious results until yesterday morning
hen they detected evidences of acute in
flammation of the peritoneum, and gave
it out that the case had assumed an ex
tremely serious aspect.
MRS. DIMICK ARRESTED.
Shortly after midnight upon informa
tion lodged by Mr. J. C. Adams, young
Dimick's brother-in-law. and charging
ber with attempt to murder. Mrs. Dimick
was arrested by Marshal Miller and driv
en in a closed carriage to the police sta
tion where Magistrate Wivill was in wait
ing, and who permitted her to return to
her husband, on condition that a vol ice
man be detailed to guard her constantly
until this morning. This Marshal Miller
agreed to provide for, and O ulcers Cary,
Schaab and Kramer and Deputy Marshal
Long were assigned to this duty, reliev-
ng each other at certain intervals.
Dimick learned through some means
that his wife had been arrested and it ap
peared to grieve him much. He pleaded
with the officers not to take her, and
turning to her, said: "Oh, Lizzie, what
will we dol what will we dot I can't
help you now." The scene at this time
THE HOUSE PULLED.
As soon as it could he accomplished.
Marshal Miller directed Deputy Marshal
Long and Officers' Schaab and Hetter to
"pull" the "toboggan," and this they did
early Sunday morning, taking Lou Mat
lock, proprietress, and Lizzie Alice Cook
and Mary Ranshaw, inmates, into custo
dy. They remained in the city prison
until this morning, when Lou Mat
lock was fined $ 20 and costs and the lat
ter two $5 each for conducting a bojse of
prostitution, and the amounts were paid.
Lizzie Cook and Mary Ranshaw are the
women who were in the dive when the
shooting occurred, the former being with
Dimick on the outside of the counter.
Marshal Miller last night found the re
volver north of the "toboggan." All the
chambers but one were loaded.
This morning Mrs. Lute D. Dimick was
taken before Magistrate Wivill for pre
liminary bearing, which was waived and
BOND FIXED AT $5,000,
which was promptly signed by Mr. O J
Dimick. father of the wounded man, and
who arrived from Chicago last night, and
Mr. Denny Beecber, brother of Mrs
Mr. Dimick signed his dauhter-in
law's bond without looking at it, and
when the court asked him if he knew how
much it represented, his reply was
don t care it it is for 5t,tHK; 1 11 sign
it," and it was one of the best acts O. J
Dimick ever did.
AN CNHAPrV UNION.
That L. D. Dimick hss led a wild and
reckless career since his marriage to Liz
zie Beecher a few years ago, is known to
everybody who knows him. It is an
equally conspicuous fact that in the face
of all his infidelity and cruelly unjust
treatment, she has stood by him with
unfailing devotion. Even after his elope
ment a few years ago with the notorious
Maud Terry as chronicled at tbe time.sh
was willing to forgive him and to start
over again. The cbu pie have separated
seveial times, but on each occasion the
wife has been willing to trust him and
live on with the hope that happiness
might yet be in store for them. Lute on
the other hand, was in no way faithful to
his wife, and despite tbe fact that their
marital relations were blessed by a sweet
child, went so far as to propose and urge
a divorce, but his wife would not consent
hoping that be might yet learn to recip
rocate the love that she bestowed upon
him. Lute, too. had
for making a successful business man
An indulgent father, whom, not
withstanding that he shamefully wronged
on more than one occasion, was willin
to overlook his faults, make good what
he had lost and start him again. To
Mr. O. J. Dimick's great credit it must
be said also that he provided for Lute'
wife with fatherly care and considers
tion, looking after her always when her
husband had deserted her, and seein
that she wanted nothing whetbe
here or in Omaha, or wherever Lute had
left her, and this morning's act on h
part showed his still further disposition
to treat her fairly .
Recently Mrs. Lute Dimick bad learned
of renewed evidence of bet husband's in
fidelity, and when she made the discovery
of Batuiday night the bravery she had
long kept up, gave way to despair sbe
became desperate and irresponsible.
1 he case is sad indeed in all its sur
roundings, and has brought forth ex
prcssions of deepest sympathy on
sides for the relatives and family of the
At 4 o'clock this afternoon Dimick
reported by Drs. Truesdale and Cowden
He made an ante-mortem statement to
Dr. Truesdale, fully exonerating his wife
and declaring that the shooting was
Dimick died at 4:10.
August 6 and 20. and September 10 and
24. and October 8. the C, R, I. & P
railroad will run harvest excursions to
Kansas. Nebraska. Missouri, Arkansas,
Indian Territory, Texas, New Mexico,
Arizona, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Iowa,
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana and Colo
rado. Tickets will be sold on dates
mentioned above and will be good for
thirty days from date of sale, and thev
will be good for stop over either gointr or
returning at any point west of the Mis
souri river ,at any point beyond St. Paul,
and in case of tickets to points on Iowa
Falls division of the B., C. R. & N. rail
way or Pacific division of the M. & St
I railway, stop over will be allowed at
any point beyond the Mississippi river.
Kansas raised last year one-fifth of the
silk cocoons produced in the United
ARRESTED FOR ARSON.
Insula Kthl Charted With ft'irinc
Mehneider's Grocery Mtare Saaday
Lawrence Eihl, Jr., a young man
twenty-five years of age, who has been
in the employ ot Conrad Schneider, the
grocer, at the corner of Third avenue and
Twentieth street, was arrested at the
home of bis father, 2203 Fifth avenue
yesterday morning, on the charge of in
cendiarism, and locked up until this af
ternoon for preliminary examination.
The complaining witness is Mrs.
Weihlund, a widow whose cottage is
ituated immediately in the rear of Mr.
Schneider's store, and who claims that
about daylight yesterday morning she
observed Eihl enter the yard, walk into a
ttle shed back of Schneider's store, re
main there a lew minutes ana men
cam out ana waiKea away nurrieuiy.
Soon after sbe observed flames in the
shed, and at once aroused Mr.
John Albrecht and other neighbors, and
they subdued the flames though an
alarm was given which brought out the
Rescues as well as the Cables, tbe latter
indulging in its first run with its rig and
making excellent time, Eihl coming cown
on the cart as a member of tbe company.
It was apparent that a fire had been
kindled among some cases of glassware
packed with straw, and it is a wonder
that the entire stock was not consumed.
Eihl, upon being arrested, protested bis
innocence, and to an Argus reporter.who
visited him at the jail this morning.insist-
ed that he was not guilty, asserting that
be had been laying off a few days with a
sick father, and had sat up Saturday night
and was in his own yard when the fire
bells rang and hurried to the Cable hose
house to turn out with the company.
Mr. Schneider was seen this morning
and said he could not understand w hy
Eihl should do such a trick, if he did do
it. That he bad let him off a few days
because of his father's illness; had bad no
trouble with him and expected him back
to work that morning.
The preliminary hearing is in progress
this afternoon. It is rumored that EiM
had a grudge against some one else in the
same block, and that it grows out of
love affair, and that it was at them he
aimed and not his employer and that this
will be developed in evidence.
Forepsugh next Thursday.
Some nice new fancy water sets at tbe
Mrs. W. B. Spafford, of Chicago, is
visiting in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Greenawalt have
returned from their western trip.
Capt. Robinson's condition remains un
changed and he is a very sick man.
The C. R. I. & P. nine defeated the
High School nine Saturday, 18 to 13
Martin C. Valentine and Flora Ramser
ere married by Magistrate Wiyill in his
office Saturday night.
Rev. Dr. McCown, of Bnmfield,
Peoria county, formerly of Hampton, is
the guest of Sheriff Silvis today.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Biiggs have
another daughter, who arrived last night
and a happier home does not exist in
Engine 7, of the R. I. & P, is out of
the shop, where it has been rebuilt and
provided with straight stack and other
Mr. Lewis Loeb and friend Ilarrv
nirscb, of Chicago, came down Saturday
to spend a couple of weeks witn Mr
Loeb's relatives in Rock Island.
Rev. J. C. n. Read, pastor of the First
Baptist church of Moline, has resigned to
accept a call U the First Baptist church
at Sacramento, C al
The place to buy cheap lots is in Jack
son's sub division on tbe bluff, just out
side the city. Read his advertisement in
another part of the paper.
The M. E. congregation worshipped in
Harpers theatre yesterday, Rev. Sedg'
wick, of Davenport, officiating in the
morning and Rev. Gue at night.
H. P. Greenough, superintendent of
telecraph of tbe R. I. & P. road, is off on
a two weeks' visit to friends in Iowa and
Nebraska, and W. 8. Fulmer is filling bis
Mr. J. W. Lloyd, brother of Fred
Lloyd, of Llovd & Stewart, and repre
senting the Buckley Custom Shirt Manu
facturing Co. of St. Louis, is in the
Sir Knight Captain Cleaveland left this
afternoon for Rockford to attend an elec
tion tomorrow of field officers for the
Fifth regiment, Uniform Rank, Knights
Two more new care for the Holmes
syndicate arrived Saturday. They are
long open cars, very handsomely de
signed, one for tbe Moline & Rock Island
line and the other for the Third street in
Kerr's long open hack to which four
horses were attached, capsized east of
the watch tower Saturday night and
rolled off into the road Bide. About
twenty-five people were in the hack, and
while some were bruised, none were se
riously inj ured.
Three Twentieth street young men
west fishing in Rock river Saturday night
and tied their horse to a tree at the top of
the hill. When they got through their
horse had broken loose and returned to
the city. They were obliged to come in
and get him and go back for their wagon.
James 8. Normoyle, who graduated
from West Point with honors in the class
of '89, arrived home Saturday night. He
is now a second lieutenant in tbe twenty
third infantry stationed at Fort Brady,
Mich., whence he repairs in September.
W. W. Colt, of Rushville, succeeds in the
cadetship from the Eleventh congressional
A meeting was held at the city clerk's
office this afternoon to consider the ques
tion of the Moline crematory location,
spoken of more fully elsewhere. Mayor
McConochie and Aid. Scbroeder. Larkin
and Howard were appointed a committee
to confer with the Moline authorities on
the subject, and they went up this after
noon. Chas. Blix. an employe of the Rock
Island Lumber company, climbed to the
tup of tbe electric light tower at the cor
ner of Twenty-sixth street and Fifth ave
nue yesterday afternoon on a wager, and
danced a jig on the top. Officer Boland
received him with open arms on his
return to terra firm a, and Magistrate
Wivill fined him $5 and costs this
morning for his foolhardiness.
Mr. E. B. McKown bas purchased the
J. B. Ellis coal office and yards on First
avenue and Fifteenth street, and has put
in a brand new Fairbanks scale and in
stalled J. Bryant in charge. Mr. Mc
Known understands tbe coal business
thoroughly, has arranged for tha best
Mercer county coal and is sure of estab
lishing and maintaining a good trade.
A horse and buezv from Snider's livery
barn wss being driven rapidly up Third
avenue at 11 o'clock Saturday night con
taining relatives of Mrs. L. D. Dimick,
when it struck an obstacle in the way of
unprotected Dlanks near Seventeenth
street and the buggy was overturned and
the horse freed himself and ran to tne
barn. No serious damage was done, al
though great carelessness was shown in
leaving tbe boards in tbe street without a
trcnal light or other means of warning.
Mrs. Joseph Huntoon, of Moline, ex
pired suddenly at the residence of Mrs.
Habrook, 2405 Seventh avenue,Saturday
evening while on a call. Dr. Cowden
was called, but death, the result of heart
disease, had ensued before he reached
ber. Mrs. Huntoon was born in New
Ipswich, N. H , Oct. 18. 1822, and her
maiden name was Sylvia Tenney. She
was married Oct. 17, 1839, and came to
this county with ber husband in 1811.
She was the mother of three sons and
three daughters, five of whom are living:
Edgar N.. Joseph C, George H., Mary
and Fan nm A. 1 he funeral occurred
in Moline at 4 o'clock yesterday after
One of the laws that went into effect
July 1. makes it the duly of the board of
education in every ciiy. and the board of
school directors in every school district,
to appoint one or more truant officers.
whose duty it shall be, to carefully in
quire concerning all supposed violations
of the "eompulsorv education" act and to
enter complaint against all persons who
shall appear suiliv of such violations. It
shall also be the duty of these truant of
ficers to arrest children between tbe ages
of seven and seventeen who habitually
haunt public places and have no lawful
occupation, and also truant children wno
absent themselves from school without
leave. These truant officers are to be
paid by the board of education or direc
tors appointing them out of the distribu
table school fund.
HI ki.i;tos HOI'TF..
A. It. Kxfnrion---Onr Fare for the
From August 21st to 2Sth, 1889, in
elusive, the C..B. & Q R. R. will sell at
half rates, or one fare for the round trip
tickets to Milwaukee and return from al
points on its lines, on account of the Na
tional G. A. R. encampment at Mil
waukee. these u. 1$. & O. excursion
tickets will be good to return August
27th to September 5lh, inclusive; but by
special arrangement, an extension to
September 30th may be obtained by ap
plying prior to September 3d, to the
agent at Milwaukee having the matter in
charge. Between Chicago and Milwau
kee the tickets will be good for passage
in either direction via the Goodrich line
of steamers, the C, M. & St. P. Rv.. or
the C. &.. W. Ry. Tickets and further
information can be obtained of C , B. &
Q ticket agents, or by addressing P. S.
Lustis, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent,
Five Hatvsl Excursions.
The Rurlington Route, C. B. & Q.
R. R , will sell from principal stations
on its line, on Tuesdays, August 6ih and
20lh. September 10th and 24tn, and Oc
tober 8th, harvest excursion tickets at
half rates to points in the farming re
gions of the west, southwest and nortb
weft. For tickets and further informa
tion concerning these excursions call on
your nearest C, B. & Q. ticket agent, or
address P. S. Eustis. Gen'l Pass- and
Ticket Agent. Chicago, 111.
Wraihrr Fortran t.
U. S. SirtNAL Orric. I
Wahinptin, D.C.. JuItsS. (
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
fair and cooler.
The liver and kidneys must be kept in
good condition. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a
great remedy for regulating these organs.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At tbe very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Cndrr Rock liOand Home.
in the three cities is
Ire Cream made from pure Cream
aud flavored with tbe popular
flavor. A trial of this cream
will convice all that it can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kinds, furnished on
r bort notice.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Bats 6J per cent and 7 per .
TWO MILXIOM IIOLLAKM
Loaned by as without loss t o any client .
IVCall or write for circular and references.
kttfiSM.Tfcfu; i)AVUlPORT 1ft.
Continue for another week their Discount Sale on
Plaid, Checked and Striped White Goods.
This week will see the stock reduced to the proper
point and the usual prices will vrevail there
after. It will pay you to buy our
Our Embroidery stock is still too large. Will continue
the Discount Sale this week 1 G off on all embroideries
WASH GOODS. '
We will show you a handsome assortment of Wash
goods in domestic and French Satteens, Shallies, Seer
Tlock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
II Pill ;!
CMfAftisii. - t .''.Yw'iijf I t
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEMANN & S3ALZMANN.
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
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
tVFirst clase lnm ranee at lowest rates.
Tbe following are among
A fine lartre house with all modern improve
ments, good barn, trees, etc. 3 acres of land, fine
location, just ouUlde tbe city limits near the
street cars: cheap, easy terms.
A nice brick residence. withaUmodetn improve
ments, larpc grounds, on Klin street, for sale cheap
on easy terms
Two story dwelling, six looms, pood well, ci
tern and cellar, laive. barn S acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
New house, good cellar and cistern, iarpe lot,
finely located in Dodge's addition oo the bluff.
A pood house and improvements wttb atiout 4
acres of land suitable for gardening about three
miles from Kock Island for sale cheap.
S1.0IKI will buy 80 acre of laud, partly improv
ed, in Cordova township.
(2.5(0 will buy a good SO acre farm, good im
provements, on reasonable terms.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLEB'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK,
BOOTS and SHOES
Tlie Largest Stock,
The 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 .
f3P"Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOESTORE. 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2929 Firth Avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
thetnany bargains offered:
A first- clas NO acre farm, with good improve
ments. in Howling township, cheap.
A No. 1 one hundred and sixty acre farm, with
first-class improvements, cheap.
A nice bl'iff property, large ground, chad
trees, fruits, etc., cheap.
Two or three acre ou the bluff, flue lsnd for'
bnildin? or gardenine.
r'unr and one-half acres of land on the bluff
nicely located for lots.
Some of the best lots In Dodge's addition on
A good lot on the bluff in Kndman'e sub divis
f fcft) will buy a fine '-, acre lot just outside city
Mm ts. on bluff.
(l,rn will buy over 4 acres with bouse, barn,
etc.. on bluff.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.