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THE "HOCK ISTj AND AliG0S, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1889.
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
jggT'Estiraates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application.
1617 Second avenne,
Rook Island, Ills.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 75c. Clearing price 4Sc.
6Pc. " " 44c.
POc. " " 38c.
35c. " " 27c.
30c. " " 22c.
25c. " 18c.
All late styles. These prices are for these days only.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
nT7 ti 'rrl'fTff"rA'.'-"gc
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ice, using only 12.17 as much ice as its lest compet
itor and 9.17 as much as one of its would be competitors.
possesses the only provision chamber free from odora, produces a dry
cold air which no ohter can equal, and baa preserved fresh meats three
weeks in the hottest weather. Produces better results with less ice
than any other Refrigerator. The flues of the
do not require cleaning as do other makes, being perfectly and scien
till ally constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keeps it
sweet and clean. The ltest made, best finished and handsomest Re
frigerator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators iu
ue in Rock Island than all others.
WILMRD BAKER & CO.,
BOLE AGENTS FOR ROCK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
BEAUTIFYING THE SQUARE. THE SIXTH REGIMENT.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
The Iaaprovrm rat AselatIo ts Vrgn
the Cesaplet ion of Work New In
The beautifying committee of the Im
provement as8(ciation held a well at
tended meeting at Chairman Paul's office
yesterday afternoon, when the condition
of Union squaro, the improvements in
progress, including the brick walks on
the sides and diagonally through the
square, were die cussed. There was a free
interchange of ideas and it was the unan
imous opinion that the work should be
completed entire this season, and the
committee decided to urge all means at
the control of tte association to have it
many years an eye-sore to everybody
and such a great detriment to the looks
of the city that it is hoped and prayed
by the people that for once in the history
of this city a work of improvement of
this character shtll be begun and finished.
The system of atch work so long con
tinued we hop3 to see abandoned for
ever, and let thus administration immor-1
talize itself by ending and finishing any
special work of mproyement that it un
dertakes. Tho mayor should insist, in
justice to the dignity of his office, that
bis desire in ihis regard be heeded,
lT A., 1
M. & K.
For new style hats.
3 for f 4 hat at the M. & E.
$2.75 for a $3.50 hat at the M. & K.
S3 cents for a $1.50 hat at the H. & K.
$2.50 quality stiff hats $1.75 at the M.
$2 will buy a $3.75 stiff hat at the M.
Miss Mollie McEniry, of Oiborn, was in
the city today.
$2 50 for a whole line of $4 breeches at
the M. & K.
Miss Kate McQuade is visiting friends
Blackberries, four boxes for a quarter.
The Soldier Ba Reviewed by the
t-vwasamder-la-Chlef Paid the Fea-
alty for Toe Warn "Celebration
HlADqrrARTXttk Con pint A
MITH KEUIMSNT, 1
Camp Lincoln, Bpruigfl. Id, 111.
Yesterday was governor's day at Camp
Lincoln. The commander-in-chief of
the militia of the state. Governor Fifer,
arrived about 3 o'clock in the afternoon
accompanied by Cols. Matthews, Wig
gins. Rankin and Rice, of his staff. The
governor was attired in a plain civilian
suit, but the members of the staff were
resplendent with brass buttons, gold braid
and epaulets. Senator Cullom and Col.
Wilson, of Arkansas City, Kan., were of
the party. In the afternoon the regiment
and battery A passed in review Derore gee the latest in hats, just arrived at
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iue guvcruur auu uia avau, tiic parnue 1 fjiovQ X SteW&rt 8.
accomplished, and an effort will be made . .,an in ,,,,, Jacob Amman, of Bowling township.
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tn imnnfli Mia nr.ii.vnr ana council With I tvnvprnnr After lirpnA nnrfaila in the even.
ihi. i.w Thr i no iinnhi but that tbe ine. the drera parade and review being Fine California peara twenty-five cents
both very pretty sigbts. I iucduc
pAmnoniAo V ami T nrnro rr iha r n era I T A I"! rhl i n or r.f A 1 f 1 n uraa at tho
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mere is a gr at nesire on me pan 01 the former in the forenoon and the latter Rock Island house today
ine people to Bte union square nnisueuim the afternoon. The ride shooting I j. L. Lone, a prominent farmer of
this Tear. That square has been for so I mis year is quite up to me regimental Rural, was in town today
sianaaru 01 previous years.
Tbe band concert last night was quite
a success, being attended by a Urge num
ber of citizens.
The entire staff of Governor Fifer will
be present at Camp Lincoln on Thurs
day, Aug. 22d, during the encampment
of the Fifth infantrv.
Not much was done in the battery.
the regular drills being performed. The
battery has not yet had a chance to prac
tice on the rifle range with their Gutt
ling guns, but will endeavor to do so today.
The detail for today is as follows:
Officer of the day, Capt. Charles I. Kesg
ler. company F; senior officer of the
CHlfirrl l.ipilt W A RrAprtnn pnmnanv !
and we hope and assume for the people's junior offlcer of tne guard, Lieut. E. m!
sake that this is his desire; nor should I Cook, company A.
1 here is still a good deal of minor sick
ness in camp, tbe men being mostly
troubled with bowel complaint Between
twenty and twenty-five men called at the
hospital tent and received medicine to re
lieve them, but there are none confined
to the hospital.
A number of the boys went out for a
good time Wednesday night, but twentys
four of them were captured about 4
o'clock Thursday morning while running
the guard, and wcie made to do guard
and patrol duty. By the time they had
been working in the hot sun all day they
am not think it was so runny.
the aldermen be behind anybody
in the purpose to finish this
work. The citizens have been urg
ing the Improvement association
to take an interest in this matter and to
that end the association has instructed
the committee having the square im
provement in charge to press this matter
upon the attenti n of the city authori
ties. The committee has done this and
is ready to do aivthing to advance the
It should never be forgotten by the
mayor and aldermen that the square
should be improved and the ragged con
dition in which it has been kept be for
ever ended. Let the authorities finish
the improvement of the square, that the
property owners may have the benefit of
it in connection with the expense that
they are submitt ng to.
A tattle Kurglar) Lant .Mitht Other
About 2:30 this morning Mrs. Capt.
Beardsley was awakened by a noise like
that of a burglary about the building on
tbe opposite side of Fourth avenue be
tween Fourth and Fifth streets, and occu
pied by Chris. Leffler's saloon. She
aroused her husband, who hurried on his
clothes and started over to Third avenue
to Marshal Miller s residence to arouse the
marshal. While the captain was gone,
Mrs. Beardsley st.w the burglar come out
of the Ijt filer plat e and watch tbe captain
until his return with the marshal. and then
flee. Tbe marsh d put afttr him, but the
thief had the advantage and escaped. It
was found that be had broken a window
in the side of tho building and captured
three boxes of cigars, a razor and shav
ing mug. Some of these articles he
flung away as he fled.
A sneak thief entered the house of Mr
John Rahn near the old fair grounds at 5
o'clock yesterda afternoon and stole a
silver watch and three pair of pants and
two coats belonging to Mr. Otto Rahn.
who is shipping clerk at Beardsley &
Burgh's wholesale liquor house.
When Ferdinaiid Gross, who runs the
saloon at 1310 Third avenue, heard of the
robbery of Ltfflei's saloon this morning
a wagon driver from Wagner's brewery
was in the salon. "They have com
menced on the saloons again, have
they?" he said. "They'll tackle me next.
and while I don't owe Mr. Wagner any
thing, I'd rather he'd credit me with it
in advance than a bunrlar should have
it." and so saying he emptied the con
tents of bis til. about $20 into the
driver's hands, and instructed him to ask
Mr. Wagner to credit him with that
much in advance
Tbe fact that so many saloons have
been robbed led t ne conscientious citizen
to observe this morning that it looked as
if the prohibitionists viewing tbe utter
failure of their prohibitory schemes in
Davenport' His Xulaaare.
Rock Island people who have year in
and year out worried about the slough in
the lower portion of the city, which, save
during the season of threatened high
water, is not a serious detriment except
as an inconyenience that of course should
be removed, may find abundant consola
tion in reading. of the nuisance Daven
port is having in the way of a slough.
The Democrat-Guutte terms it "The
vilest place today in the state of Iowa,"
and says it ought to be called "Devil's
Lake." The board of health of that city
made a visit to it the other, day, and the
sight and stench gave the members such
a sense of horror that they will probably
never recoyer from its effects. The
Democrat' Gazette says it is in the vicinity
ot tbe glucose factory, and it was
with the greatest reluctance the al
dermen investigated the nuisance
thereabouts. The nuisance in front t
tbe slaughter houses has been abated to a
great extent since the previous visit of
tbe board of health, but there was very
little difference perceptible, if any, in the
strength of tbe abominable and sicken
ing odors that come from the mass of
filth and putrefaction on Maple island op
posite the glucose factory. The Glucose
company has deposited the refuse matter
of its works on this island for years and
in some places it is sevearl feet deep and
alive with vermin. Lime has been scat
tered over tbe putrified matter behind
the soap factory, but it appeared to have
little effect in suppressing tbe fearful
stench that arose from it. Tbe nuisance
in front of the vinegar factory, though
not anywhere near as great as any of
those mentioned, should with the others
It would bother a wiser man than a
Davenport alderman to determine off
hand what plan should tte followed to
free the community of this fearful nui
sance. Doubtless our readers all remem
ber about the chasm that yawned in the
Forum at Rome at little while a?o a
terrible gap that would not close until
Rome had thrown into it tbe greatest
treasure she possessed. Anyway, such a
gap 18 said to have opened and ataid open
until a young coble, the flower of this
country, rode Into it horse, armor and
all. This slough does a t lie along the
Forum in Davenport, but it is near
enough to it to raise our death rate con
considerably. Like tbe terror in tbe im
perial city, it is demanding the greatest
treasure we have in our possession, but
unlike it. It refuses to abate when that
treasure is yielded. What shall we do?
Am to Huaday Harber Nhopn.
Tbe case of the people of the state of
Illinois vs. Lepold, the Moline barber,
has occupied the attention of Magistrate
Iiwa and Kansas had adopted a new O'Neil in that city for the past two
means of opposirg the liquor traffic. I days. Forty jurors were summoned be
The country ro and about here is still I fore a panel of six could be obtained. So
overrun with tramps. The police I much interest has been taken in the case
have no trouble i l gathering them in by I that it was difficult to find a man in Mo-
the wagon load. These worthless pests
should be riven such an impression of 1 Some time ago the barbers of Moline
Rock Island that the entire gang of them I agreed to close their shops on Sunday
will shun tbe city in the future. All kept their part of the agreement ex
Mrs. Bryant, ot Princeton, arrived last I cept Lepold, who is now being prose-
night after the runaway boys, Fred I cuted for keeping a barber shop open on
Bryant and Eddi) McDuffy. She took Sunday. State's Attorney Sturgeon
McDuffy back wi h her on the train and I claims that the criminal code of Illinois
Bryant's brother look him up with the I does not make this a misdemeaner, while
Rev. G. W. Gue preaches on Big Isl
and tomorrow afternoon.
The Misses Stockdale, of Muscatine,
are visiting the Misses Gray.
Do you wear stylish hats? They can
be found at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Mr. Chas. Reynolds and wife, of Cor
dova, were in the city today.
The Monmouth base hall club is domi -
cilcd at the Rock Island house.
Do not Imv a hat until you see the la
test styles Lloyd & Stewart are I ho wing
The committee of arrangements for
Labor day celebration will meet this eve
Latest neckwear at the Golden Eagle
The Salvator" can only be had at the
Read Geo. W. D. Harris advertise
ment of bargains in city residences and
Do not think of buying a hat until you
have seen the immense new line at the
Golden Eagle. v
Dr. Geo. M. Babcock, of Birth & Bab-
cock, has returned from Chicago and a
trip over tbe lakes.
Fred A. Thompson and wife, of Des
Moines, are visiting with A. M. Boyles
and wife in the city.
Mr. Jacob oommer, or Chicago, is vis
iting at the residence of Mr. Peter Som-
mer, on Third avenue.
Have you seen those $10 Scotch suits
the Golden Eagle is selling? Others ask
$14 for the same quality.
Hon. W. F. Crawford returned this
morning from Chicago, where he had
been with a car load of hogs.
George Martin is acting as night clerk
of tbe Hock Island house during Fred
Grindell's absence at Springfield.
Cars run to the watch tower every
thirty minutes tomorrow. Biehl's man
dolin orchestra is still at the tower.
Mr. R. W. O'Aieara, late of the Chi-
cago GUibe. has accepted the city editor
ship of tbe Davenport Daily Tivua.
Just received at the Golden Eagle all
the newest novelties and latest styles in
gentlemen's neck wear. Call and exam
Hon. W. H. Gest has returned home
after several days of skirmishing amoag
the bullrushes in the lower end of tbe
Flannel shirts are still going the
Golden Eagle has not very many left, but
what it has are good styles, and can now
be bought at 25 per cent discount.
James Prentiss, eldest son of Hon
Wm. Prentiss, of Macomb, had his collar
bone broken the other day by falling in
attempting to board a moving train.
A citizen had an unpleasant experience
on a streetcar on the Moline & Rock Isl
and line yesterday through an unfortu
nate misunderstanding with tbe driver
Mr. J. B. McClain, of Marion, Iowa.
sister of Mrs. Beardsley and Mrs. A. L,
Wright, of Erie, sister of Captain Beards
ley, are tbe guests of the captain on Big
Mr. II. S. Warner has leased the pala
tial residence of Mr. D. T. Robinson, on
Twentieth street, he having decided to re
main on bis Taylor Ridge farm a couple
Clemann & Salzmann received today a
car load of bed room suites and dining
room furniture, which are being unloaded
and will be put out at tbe most reasona
Tbe Gen. Barnard, Caffrey, Golden
Gate and Sam Atlee were at tbe levee of
the Coal Valley Mining company this
morning laying in a supply of black
Tbe Golden Eagle is right in tbe center
of the boom and is helping along tbe good
cause by having a fine stone walk put
down and also by selling clothing at less
money than ever before attempted by any
Don't blame the girl at the central
station if your telephone fails to work
satisfactorily these days. The changing
of the poles on Second avenue causes a
good deal of crossing of the wires aod
consequent confusion, but that will all
be done away with in a few days.
An informal reception is to be given at
the residence of Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Kin
yon on Monday evening to the members
and friends of the Rock Island Y. M. C.
A. ' An entertaining programme has been
prepared and a pleasant evening is ex
The government steamer. Gen. Bar
nard, came un the river from Quincy last
night with Capt. Durham in command ,
and who had as his guests Gen. T. L.
Casey, chief of engineers, and Maj. Mac
kenzie. Gen. Casey is making a hurried
tour of river works throughout the coun
try and be telegraphed Mai. Mackenzie
to meet him at Quincy. He left this
morning for Chicago, thence he goes to
Milwaukee, St. Paul, Duluth and Detroit
and then east.
What housewife has not been annoyed I
by little red ants? The editor of an ex
change claims to have found a way to get I
rid of them, and for the benefit of the
lady readers of the Argus we will tell
how he does it: "I have found by ex
perience that little red ants cannot travel
over wool or rag carpet. Cover the shelf
in your closet or pantry with flannel, set
whatever you wish to keep from the ants
on it and they will at once disappear."
Tbe First Al J. cnurcn win nave an
excursion next Tuesday leaving at 9 a ml
and returning at 6 pm. 1 he steamer
Golden Gate and barge haye been en
gaged for the trip. They go to the Wal
nut grove above Hampton, where they
went last year and had such an enjoyable
time, ine cunaay scdooi win reteiYo
complimentary tickets in Sunday school
tomorrow. There will be abundance of
room for all who wish to accompany the
school on this trip. There will be a
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge .
Get rid of that tired feeling as quick as
possible. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which gives strength, a good appetite!
On the Steamer
Saturday, Aug. 24, 1889.
Round Trip Tickets, : $2.00.
The boat will leave Ro-k I-land at 9 a. m. eharo I
ana return snnany evening. Horn Will arrive at I
Burlington at 4 p. m. Saturday ana leave tnera at I
8 o'clock an Sunday irorr.ini; I
mis excursion win o the event or the aetpon 1
in thai line. No rtrong drinks to be aiild on the
boat. All Linda of refreshment can be bad on
the boat for those who wish them.
Comk One! Come All!
and have a good time.
rhis w ll be tbe onlv excursion this reason
to Burlington, licketscan be obtained at the I
Diamond Jo office, or H. S. Wage's restaurant,!
xo. loin secona avenue.
COOK, ICRES & CO.,
Under the Harper House.
We make a specialty of tbe manufac
ture of tbe
Boquet.' 10 Cent Cigar,
all kirds of
and Smokers articles always on hand.
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
i BUTCUFFB BBOS.
cart in which they ran off, this morning.
The Nnperv ihoi-m' Fatrhwerk.
The court hou e has received its first
coat of paint under the resolution of the
board of supervis )rs, a firm from Moliue
having the contact, and another coat is
to follow, and J3t the ancient looking
structure does no', ppesent an appearance
such as would stir up feelings of pride in
the heart of the liberal-minded citizen
The treasurer's o fice has been improved
by the extension of tbe desk in front and
the addition of a record case, while tbe
walls of the halls and court room are to
be improved by tae application of white
wash, paint and paper.
A Bis Kr.
Mr. Ephriam Warren, of Hampton
township, who w is in tbe city today and
tells of a remarkable ear of corn raised
by his son, E. E. Warren, last year, and
which by actua count by Mr. Warren
himself containei 46 rows and 1,619
grains. That upeaks pretty well for
Rock Island county corn. He made the
count twice to make certain as to the
number of grains, and he does not be'
lieve the ear can beaten anywhere.
McEniry & McEniry claims it does, and
are prosecuting the case, while W. A.
Meese is defending.
DeDUtv Treasurer Canteel and TVnntv
line who had not formed a fixed opinion. County Clerk Uawes have adoDted a Dlan
01 early morning walks, and they tell all
sorts of stories as to bow the early rising
auects each other. Up to date Mai.
Jiawes seems to have the best of his com
panion in pedestrianism.
The Golden Eagle yesterday received
an immense new line of neckwear which
is now open for inspection. A great
many of these goods have been imported
direct and cannot be found in any oth
er store west of Chicago. If you want to
see the "verv latest" call at the Oolden
Mr. I,. Stansburg, of Chicago, for
merly proprietor of tbe Union hotel,
Ualesburg, was in the city yesterday look
ing at tbe Kock Island house. A great
number of inquiries have been made as to
what terms both of the leadinir hotels of
the city could be had upon, recently. Tbe
signs oi improvement are seen every
Messrs. Albert Qenung, Charles Pr
ker, Samuel Webb, Ben Smith, Charles
Barth and Chas. Oberg organized as a
fishing party with the expectation of
catching all the finny tribe located in the
vicinity of the mouth of Rock river. Tbe
fish did not bite np to the expectation of
tbe fishermen and they changed from fish
to turtle and captured a sufficient amount,
wnicn. aiter aressea, nnea a cusn pan
oi turtle meat.
Tbe Phoenix Hose company not being
sausnea with tne horse that was obtained
in Davenport on an option, returned it.
and yesterday bought a fine animal from
F. M. Tindall. of Black Hawk township
It weighs 1,200 pounds and cost f 160.
The boys are highly delighted with the
horse and say it already manifests signs
of intelligence, as it knows whenever it
gets anywhere near the Milan road. He
is a 3jer too.
The mayor has appointed a committee
of aldermen, one from each ward, to re'
locate the fourteen stone crossings that
will be taken up in the paving district.
It is supposed that each alderman will
want a couple of them for his individual
ward, and that tbere will be an
equal distribution of them throuh
out the city. Tbe crossings having
been originally awarded to the Fourth
ward, it would seem onlj proper
that they be relaid within its boun
dary, as it is the central portion of
tbe city, and all Improvements should
have a centrifugal tendency. Some of
the crossings on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth streets are in a wretched condition
and should be replaced with solid stone
The aldermanic committee should look
the ground over carefully before coming
to a decision. Tbe welfare of the city as
a whole, rather than a desire to secure
something for their special localities,
should be the guide in this crossing question.
Call and see.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
W ffcgf -it?
Geo. W. D. Heirris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial Hotel,
t3rFlrt class Inr nrance at lowest rfces.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Honae.
A nice resilience at the nnoi r eml of the city.
larce corner lot, convenient to inland, depot and
aaw mills, cheap.
A nice new house, mure lot, shrubbery, trees.
etc., on Twenty-fourth street, cheap.
A new bouse of elirht rooiui. flue lo AflrlAO.
well located, within five blocks of the postutlice,
A neat brick house with a laree lot for f'2 0i0.
convenient to upper depot and saw milU.
Two owe Units wttb lot nnil'44, welt located on
Moline aveuue.at a great bargain.
A nice two-story awetiint;, weii located, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
a nice restaence. witn improvements, larse
grounds, on Elm street, chaap on easy terms.
A two-story nonse and lot. convenient to tne
upper saw mills, depot and round ho.se. very
One of the nicest residences, with all conven
iences, fine hita comer lot. Mixl50. one of the beat
neighhorhotoa on Fourth avenue.
ti.oUO will buy two stores, well located on Third
avenna. for any kind of business, and tbe rent
paring a good interest on the investment.
$l,lu)will buy a dwelling with frood busineaa
room in front, well licatid on Third avenue.
A new build inir, one of the best money making
restaurants and boarding houses in the city, near
the '., R. I a P. depot, well located for any kind
On' of the best located three-story brick stores
for business on Second avenue.
One of the best paying meat markets In the city ,
brick building', first-claas location, cheap.
fiO will buy a good lot, 50x&, in good loca
tion if taken soon. One of the best lots in ibe
First Mortgage Farm Loans
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Rate 6J per cent and 7 per
TWO HILLIUS UOLLARH
Loaned by us without loss to any client.
tSTCall or writs for circnlar and references.
Big Cut in Prices
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Schneider's Shoe Stores
I offer for sale at par and accrued in
terest the following First Mortgages on
farm and city property.
S8.S00 dne In S yra. bear's T per ct ; security tM.000
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30
Children's Shoes, " 1.00 " .70
Children's Shoes, 1.15" .90
Children's Shoes. 1.50" 1.15
Misses' Slippers, " .75 .50
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 " -75
Ladies' Slippere, " 1 00 " ,75
Wigwams, " .90 .75
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth f 5.00 for 4.25
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Lace Shoes,
Base Ball Shoes,
4 50 " 8 50
4 00 " 3.00
3.00 " 2.50
" 2 50 ' 2.00
1.78 1 00
1.00 " .80
E. W. HURST,
- Attorney at Law
Booms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These prices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
3P""Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2928 Fifth ATeane.
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