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THE HOOK ISLAND AUG US, SAT UK DAY, AUGUST 81, 1889.
Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steal Borne Furnaces.
t39""E8timate8 for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
1617 Second avenne, Rook Island, Ills.
A. Fin e Line
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
tSPCall and see them.
Iri 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 best compet
itor and 9.17 as much as one of its would be competitors.
possesses the only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which no ohter can equal, and has 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
tifically constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keeps it
sweet and clean. The best made, best finished and handsomest Re
frigerator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use in Rock Island than all others.
WILMRD BAKER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR 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,
1 the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
170r Secend Avenne.
LABOR'S HOLIDAY. "
Everybody hoc Id Contribute to Its
Xext Monday Mud Hew It will he Cele
brated In Rock I !aadTke Arrange.
menlH, line of March, Ele.
Labor's holiday will be properly cele
brated in Rock Island next Monday, and
the public generally, especially those
employing labor, should contribute to
the success and enjoyment of the day in
the manner as suggested by Mayor Mo
Cooochie's appeal, wLich is appended
Year after year labor's cause has been
slowly, but surely advancing, to the
proud position that by seniority rightful
ly belongs to it. To give those who toil
in shops and factories an opportunity to
go luto the green I ehU and woods with
their friends and families for a day of
rest, and recreation and enjoyment, by
common custom this day has been ob
served and called "Labor Day."
Monday, September 2. 1889, will be
observed as a holiday in this city and
Moline. I would, therefore, request all
those employing, who are so situated
that they can do so, to cIobc their shops
or places or bminesi for the day.
To properly con memorate the day the
flags should be raistd on all public build
ings. All persons are invited to abstain from
labor, and devote liemselves to rest and
The committee oa arrangements met
last night and completed the details for
the great industrial street parade to take
place in Rock Itlnni in the morning and
the picnic on Hylvaa island in the after
noon, and anuounci d the following order
of the day:
i LINE Ol' MARCH.
Parade forms ou Market square at 10
o'clock in trie morning, uiarcb west on
Third aver.ue to Tenth street, thence
north to Second avt nue, east on Second
avenue to Twentieth aireet, south on
Twentieth 81 reft to Fourth avenue to
Tweuty-lhird 8tre-:, south on Twenty
third street to Fifth avenue, eat on
Fifth avenue to 1 wenty fourth street,
north on Twenty-fo irth street to Third
avenue, west on Th rd avenue to Market
square and disband.
HPEAkKK OK THK DAT.
II . TV Lloyd anil 1 1. 8. Larrow, of Chi
cago, will discus the eight hour day on
Sylvan inland at 3 p m.
Persons on the line of the march are
requested to sorinkld the streets in the
morning iiefore the parade. Also busi
ness men unit citizens generally are re
quested to decorate.
The driveway fro:n the street cars to
the island will be v inkled.
Moline will send tie following to take
part in the para.l:: Iron Moulders'
Union, 237, K. of L ; Herman Aid asso
ciation and Aid aai-nciations from each
Davenport will al .o send a delegation
to take part in the p trade.
The committee rectiests that all work
ing people, young and old, whether mem
bers of any labor organization or not, are
invited to join in the procession on Labor
OS SVLVA'I ISLAND
The different organizations and their
friends will repair to Sylvan island after
dinner, where the pi:nlc will be held and
wbich should lie largely attended.
Messrs. Lloyd and Darrow, of Chicago,
two of the most talented and eloquent
orators in the United States, will speak
on the eight hour question. The day
should be fittingly commemorated, and
labor should have ka national holiday.
The American people have few enough
Mr. J. V. C'avan mch is to be chief
marshal, while the presidents of the dif
ferent labor organizations are to be as
The SlrUrexnr toturk.
Mr. Arthur Hurra! I carried off some
floe premiums at the Henry, county fair
at Cambridge this wiek on his McGregor
stock. ITis Almont McGregor No. 1775,
which has been in th: stud at Geneseo for
three years, and colt, won six premiums
in the show ring: I e carried off first
honors on stallion ore year old; first and
second on two year old mare; first on
mare colt one year old; first on mare colt
under six month- old. and for the stallion
showing the best five colts, he took the
only premium. The McGregor stock is
fast obtaining a pretty high place among
horsemen, and Bonnie's achievements
this week do not lessvn its standing one
Mountain iiu I Inm.
Cries of "murder!" "fire!" "they are
killing me!" "help!" cnt the still air at 3
o'clock this morning in the vicinity of
Fifteenth street and Sixth avenue,
and the poliremar, on that beat
hurried to the scene expecting to find
somethiugdreadful. i ut he wai agreeably
disappointed to find that a young lady
while undergoing a severe attack of
somnambulism bad raised the cries and
while it required considerable effort to
arouse her she tim.lly recovered her
natural senses and fell into the peaceful
arms of Morpheus.
A TIP Half.
The Golden Eagle 1 ave placed on sale
sixty dozen gent's neckwear, including
all the latest styles and shapes includ
ing tecks, puff 4 and four-in-hands. These
goods are all brand new, and iuclude
some of the latest importations. They
have all been placed o one lot, and are
offered at the remarkable low price of 25
cents each. Tbey arc well worth double.
Call and be convinced.
Do you wear halsf Of course you do,
and the hat to bu ia the celebrated
"Schindler,' which cn only be had at
the Golden Eagle, vbo have the aole
agency. This hat hi.s been handled by
the G. E. for the laft two seasons and
all their many customers pronounce it as
the best hat made. The price of this bat
is $4 each and they ar guaranteed to be
better than any f 5 bai in th market.
U. t. Sibnal Orrica. I
Washti gton.D. C. Aug. SI.
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
Fair, stationary tempt ratnre.
Soft Coal far lata
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el B. Datkspobt.
Aug. 30, 1889.
A peculiarity of Hood's SarsaparlUa is
that while it puriflet. the blood, it im
parts new vigor to every function of the
Pw M. MITCHELL DEAD.
A Prominent C'ltlaea T Rapid City
Breathe Ht Idutt His Mf.
R. M. Mitchell, the well known and
highly respected citizen of Rapids City,
died at 8:30 this morning. He was one
of the most liberal and kind hearted men
in the county and bis death will be very
generally regretted. He was a staunch
democrat and the county sustains a loss
in his death. He was born in Green
county. Pa., June 20th, 1820, and was
consequently over sixty-nine years old.
He was married to Julia Ann McCarl in
1852 and they came west to Rock Island
in the fall of 1854. After a short stay in
Rock Island they went to Iowa City,
thence to Marion, where they spent their
first western winter. In the spring of '55
they came back to Davenport, where they
lived for a year, working at his trade as
a millwright. In the spring of '56 they
went to LeClaire to live, all the while
working at his trade on mill work, assist
ing in building the mill at Andalusia,
and moving to Rapids City the same
year; and in '58 he and T. Kyler built
what is still known as the Rapids City
mill, now owned by A. B. E. Adams.
He also worked at the carpenter trade in
Iowa and Missouri at odd times.
In '59 or 60 heran for collector and
was defeated through being misrepre
sented. The next spring he was elected
and held the office for five years. Then
he was elected assessor, holding the office
for twelve years continuously. In 1884
he was appointed postmaster under Pres
ident Cleveland, resigning the office last
April. He was elected for several terms
village trustee, and twice as president of
the village board of trustees, and also
during the last four years conducted a
general store in the village .
Mr. Mitchell leaves a wife and three
children to mourn his loss: Clara E , wife
of D. J. Webb, agent of the C. M. &
St. P.: Lizzie, wife of T. Bland; and
Frank, an only son, employed in the
City meat market. They have one child
dead, Laura B , who died when fiye
OKO. SCHNEIDER'S FUNERAL.
The funeral of the late Geo. Scbnei
der occurred from his residence on
Fourth avenue this afternoon at 2
o'clock. The Odd Fellows' lodge No.
18. to the number of 125, met at their
hall and marched to the Rock Island
Druids, No. 28. where they, to the num
ber of seventy one, joined the former
body, and marched to the residence of
the deceased, before starting out on
their sad mission. The respective or
ganizations appointed pall bearers. The
Odd Fellows named as their three N.
RoLthull, Curtis B. Enox, Harry Young;
the Druids, Jacob Schillinger Jacob
Scherer, Ernest S'.rate.
The funeral was a long one, the car
riages far outnumbering the o-ganized
Mocieliea. The Kcv G. W. Qae was the
minister in charge of the services at the
house. Messrs. Joseph Huber, Charles
Wolf, Ferdinand Gross, Chris Russ, Geo
Schneider, Henry Ackerman and Louis
Heizog, composed the singers, and sang
the Druid songs at the house and at the
grave. The Odd Fellows' ritual was
performed at the grave, and the custom
ary services which are solemn and impres
sive, were carried out at the grave.
The sermon at the bouse of the de
ceased was short, b it appropriate.
There were a profusion of floral tributes
and many very beautiful in design.
CHARITY'S UOXTKI RUTIOXS.
Kofk Inland Meads m Car to the trv
Insi Miner in Northern Illinois)
Mayor McConochie today gathered up
the donations which had been left at the
police station, newspaper offices and
elsewbere for the suffering miners in
northern Illinois, and packed a freight
car which Freight Agent Stoddard, ot
the C, R. I. & P., had placed at his dis
posal, and which will be conveyed to
Joliet by the Rock Island free of charge,
while arrangements will be made to ship
it on to the mining regions free.
The employes of the Rock Island Lum
ber & Manufacturing company, have
contributed $54; the employes of the
Rock Island stove works, $17 70; la
borers on the island, $19 87; while Mr. T.
U. Thomas has secured $24. This morn
ing Wheelan Bros, contributed a barrel
of flour; Mrs. Wm. Farrell a barrel of
flour; Henry Dart' Sons,' one sack of
rice and a keg of oat meal; and H.
The total cash subscribed is $123, of
which the mayor has already expended
$ 112 for provisions and will so use the
Mr. Harry Bostock has made the fol
lowing report of additions to his list
CJ Larkin 11 00 R Crampton 11 00
L. uramer i uu T .1 Meant l un
Will K Johnson... 1 00 Phil Mitchell 1 00
U F Lynde 1 00 A friend 60
('Dune Uansgen, sack of flour, and conee.
Conrad Schneider, sack of flour.
Cbarlea J. Long, uck of floor.
ThomM C. Sichindler, one barrel nf beef.
lon A Peterson, one sack of flour and two
packages of coBee.
Aid. J. E. Larkin has made the follow
Charlefl Hanairen. two au-ka flour, elirht amcka
J. K. Larkin, one sack floor, four pound coffee
W. P. Schroeder, one aack floor, coffee and
Ocorge Browner, one sack of flour, one box or
Mrs. J. F. Warren, two pound coffee.
Mr. Wm. Robb. two pounds coffee.
Mr Patrick Brennan. one pound tea.
Mr. Kate McKinn!e. two pound coflee. j
Mr. J . B. Burke, one pound coffee. 1
Mrs. John bbafer, one pound coffee.
Mrs. John McOinlej, oue pound coffee.
Mrs. P. Broaan, one pound cof ee.
Mr. J. W. Clayton, one ponnd coffee.
George Green, one aack of flour.
K. McLane. two sack meal.
Mrs. hamoel Neleon, one pound coffee.
Mrs. Wm. Warren, soap, 50 cents.
To come and be fitted Out at the Gol
den Eagle, who have just received an im
mense assignment of knee pants from the
cheapest to the finest qualities, and in
sizes; also just received a large line of
boys' flannel waists and blouses. Call
Sunday afternoon the s leaner White
Eagle to Linwood, Buffalo, Montpelier
and Muscatine, will leave Rock Island
at 2 o'clock p. m. Fare to Linwood 25
cents round trip. Fare to Muscatine,
round trip 60 cents.
Bargains in odd
Suits at the M. & K.
Labor day Monday.
School begins Monday.
Famous Kolb melons, at Bennett's.
Fancy dressed chickens, at Bennett's.
Bargains in odd pants at the M. S K.
Trinity concert at Harper's theatre to
night. Watermelons on ice 10 cent at Young's
Peaches, pears, bananas, and grapes.
at Bennett s.
The supervisors meet one week from
Drop in and see the nobby styles at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
The Peoria base ball club is at the
Rock Island house.
Odd boys' suits, M. & K.
Supervisor "Jack" Wilson, of Rural,
was in the city today.
Carpets are going with a rush at Cle
mann & Salzmann's.
See those gold headed silk umbrellas
for $1 at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Circuit court convenes for the Septem
ber term next Monday afternoon.
Stop and buy one of those $1 silk um
brellas at Lloyd & Stewart's.
School books and school requisites of
every kind at R. Crampton & Co's.
A new line of late style neckwear res
ceived today at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Go to Harper's theatre tonight and hear
a good concert and benefit a good cause.
Messrs. R. J. Crampton and E. H.
Guyer returned from Chicago last even
ing. Make a selection now of your carpet
from the large stock at Clemann & Salz
mann. J udge Lucian Adams returned from
the national encampment t at Milwaukee
Next week, Turkish baths to ladies 50
cents at 116 West Third street, Daven
port. Go to Crarapton's book store for your
ou i fit of books, slates, tablets, composi
tion hooks, etc.
Rooms to rent, suitable for dwelling
or offices. J. D. Taylor, Ninth avenue,
What grade will you be in? It doesn't
matter Crampton can give you every
thing you ned.
The sociable at the Christian Chapel
lst evening was well attended and was a
succcess in all respects .
Crampton has every school book you
will want. A large shipment of fresh
books received yesterday.
Rev. W. S. Marquis and family, who
are now at the sea shore, are expected
home the first of the week.
Parlor sets at Clemann & Salzmaun's
are among the finest ever seen or pro
duced in this part of the. west.
Ex-City Clerk A. W. McPherson, of
Moline, was todav artoointeri niuwr tn
succeed Arthur Burrall, of this city.
On the first day of school go into
Crampton's and see it you can't get more
for your money there. We kuow it.
Aid. Frank 111 and Winslow Howard
have returned from Milwaukee, where
they attended the national G. A. R. en
campment. Strasser's Second Regiment ban! en
tertained a fine audience in its third sub
scription concert at Hincher's garden last
Announcement is made of the fourth
grand concert by Strasser's band at
Schueizen park. Davenport, next Friday
The mayor of Davenport has sus
pended Police Officer Chas. Faulkner for
one month without pay for making an
Mrs. M. T. Battles and children re
lumed from their visit to Minonk last
evening, and Mr. Battles will be home
the first of this week.
Messrs. Wm. Jackson. E H fl nrpr
and A. Huesing have notified President
nuss tuat tbey cannot attend the water
way convention at Cincinnati.
Stamp Clerk Huckstaedt'o internal
revenue collections for August figure up:
beer, $4,597.25; cigars, $1,178.25; to
bacco, $4.60 total 5,780.10.
A meeting of the ladies of St. Luke's
hospital guild will be held at the resi
dence of the president, Mrs. J. M. Bu
ford, at 10 o'clock Monday morning.
Look out for a surprise! It is coming
in me sbape ot low prices and variety of
school supplies at Crampton's. Slates,
tablets, note books, pencils, erasers, etc.
Mr. David Biener was the recipient nf a
surprise party last evening on .the oc
casion of his twentv-first birlhdav an.
nlversary. It was a joyous event in all
Capt. J. M. Montgomery returned this
morning from Milwaukee, where he at
tended the great encampment. He says
Milwaukee did herself proud on this oc
casion. Mr. Fred Hilfingcr, the harness maker,
has just completed an elegant gold
mounted harness for the Phoenix Hose
company a' fine piece of workmanship
Mr. Roht. Rogers, one of the efficient
passenger engineers on the R I. & P., is
taking a well deserved lay off. He has
just returned from Freeport on a visit to
Mr. P. L. Mitchell and daughters, Mrs.
Wadsworth, of Davenport, and Mrs.
Wadsworth, or Rock Island, returned
last evening from their visit to Saratoga
and the watering places by the sea.
Dan Sullivan fnr manv rn... m na
- j jwict not n
ger bov at the Western Union Tplearmh
office, has taken a position in the office of
me nignt operator or the C, R. I. fc P.
road. Dan is a faithful bov and will
The Circuit COUrt Will find th intorinr
of the court room nicely repapered and
repainted, and the space back of the rail
ing recarpeted. when it convenes Mnn.
day. Sheriff Silvia has a force putting
the finishing touches on today.
The Rock Island nreh
United Preabvteri-vti church
dies' Missionary society of this presbyte
ry meet in the U. P. church on Monday
next at 2 p. m., continuing their respec
tive sessions until Tuesday evening.
The M. & K. do not want tn omu
their customers to perspire by calling at
tention to their new fall styles, and for
the Dresenl will con tin ha thnir nrid nri
end sale, thereby making everybody hap
py, as u Bimpiy means oargains.
The Davenport ball club took its
fourth consecutive game from Evans-
ville yesterday, winning by a score of 16
to 2. The Peorias plav in DavenDort
today, tomorrow and Tuesdav. and then
the home team goes away on a trip.
Among those who attended the OM
Settlers' meeting veaterrlav P 1!!
C. Gavitt. In 1835 be delivered the first
sermon ever preached in Rock Island.
He is now of Toledo. Ohio, anil ia
the guest of Hon. Bailey Davenport.
Mr. Walter Dauber has shown bis in
terest in the Rock Island fire denartraant
and his desire to advance its efficiency by
agreeing to anoe me noraes of the Wide
Awake book and ladder truck gra
tuitously wheneyer necessary. This is
aa important contribution.
The condemnation proceedings for
right of way sought by the Central Elec
tric Railway, ot Moline. in Daebelliehn's
addition did not come op in the county
court this morning, the case being settled
just as it was going to trial, Mr. Daebel
hehn accepting $250 for himself and $50
for his tenant and giving the rights sought
Mr. Thomas Campbell and wife, of
South Rock Island, returned this morn
ing from a pleasant visit to Topeka and
other Kansas points. He saw Messrs.
M. D. Merrill and C. E. Hawley the lat
ter being engaged in the grocery busi
ness at Topeka. Mr. Campbell says the
corn crop of Kansas is simply immense,
and further advanced than in this state.
Mr. T. H. McMichael, of Monmouth,
who has been preaching in the United
Presbyterian church since last April,
will occupy the pulpit of this church to
morrow for the last time, previous to his
depaiture on Monday to complete his
studies in the seminary at Xenia, Ohio.
Mr. McMichael has made many friends
here during his short stay, and the church
parts with him with regret.
The Rock Island Plow company's eras
ployes have organized a hose company.
with eighteen members- The plow com
pany have already signified their willing
ness to repaint their cart and fix the boys
a good and substantial hose house. The
following members were elected: James
Thompson, foreman; Dan Sbean, assist
ant foreman; Gus Utke, secretary, and
Lew Guldenzopf, treasurer. The com pa
nay's iiext meeting will be held Sept. 9.
Mr. Aiden Benedict, the talented young
actor, returns to Rock Island this season
with a new melodrama, "Fabio Romani,"
a storv of the dead. He is supported by
Miss Francis Field and a powerful com
pany. The scenic effects are said to be
very fine. In the last act an effect will
be produced that has never before been
shown on the stage that of a realistic
eruption of Mt. Vesuvius and earthquake
scene shaking trees, temples, tombs,
etc.. and causing the solid earth to set
tle with the ruins beneath the level of
the sea, which rushes in and covers all
- C. A. Steel, - - Mnger.
ONE NIGHT ONLY !
Tuesday, September 3d, 1889.
in his new epectacnlar mdo drama
a fllor; of the dead, supported by
-: MISS FRANCIS FIELD :
and a powerful company.
FINE COSTUMES AND SCENEEY.
a , Kiisa, i iLiusac dvcuc, aicv tuc aruj-
tion of Mi Yernuvims, and ecene. Harbor of
i - 1 ; . 1- AT ; ; j-
napiri uu vemuviue in uie aisi&Dce.
Prices 75, 50 and 25 cents .
Under Rock Island Qonae.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Kate 6J per cent and 7 per
TWO HILUOHi IIOLLABS
Loaned by ue without losa to any client.
WC or write for circular and reference.
UPWS 30.31, At
rlteiuc.ltFU iJAVtNPORT h.
IX SCS OP
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest ? per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boons S and 4 Masonic Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
od Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FIOKE,
213 Main St., DAVENPORT, IA.
Early purchases at bottom prices enable ns to make
specially low prices for this sale. Special attention
called to the following grades:
Quality considered the above places competition in
the rear seats. We are in the front.
Rock Island. Illinois.
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if tip sE
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
tTTirst -class Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A nice residence at the uoner end of the city.
larpe corner lot, convenient to iland, depot and
saw mill!-, cheap
A nice new honse, large lot, shrubbery, trees.
etc., uu i wemy-iounn street, cneap.
A new house of eiirbt rooms, line lo 60x150,
well located, within five blocks of the postofflce,
A nest brick house with a laree lot for $2.0,10,
convenient to npper dep t and saw mills.
Two dwe lings with lot 8O1I-J4, well located on
Moline avenue. at a great bargain.
A nice two-story dwelling, well lo-ated, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice evidence, with improvements, large
ground, on Elm street, cheap on eary terms.
A two-storv bouse and lot. convenient to the
upper saw milip, depot and round bouse, ve,-y
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .80
Children's Shoes, ' 1.00 .70
Children's Shoes. " 1.15 ' .90
Children 's'Shoes. " 1.50 I.15
Misses' 81ippers, " .75 .50
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 ' -75
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,75
Wigwams, .90" .75
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done,
IST-Call and see us. -s;
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.ft
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
T'gC a yard.
lOc a yard.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
One of the uicet residences, with all conven
iences, fine high corner lot. W11S0. one of the brat
neiphnorho xis on Fourth avenue.
t.ouo will buy two stores, wail located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and tbe rent
paving a food interest on the investment.
CI, in l will buy a dwelling with good business
roo d in front, well located on Third avenue.
a new buildine, one of the best money maldnf
restaurants and boarding bouses in tbe city, near
the C R. I & P. depot, well located for any kind
On - of the best located three-story brick stores
for business on Second avenue.
One of the beet paying meat markets lu the city ,
brick building, nrt-cla.s location, cheap.
i0 will buy a good lot, Minti, in aood loca
tionif taken soon. One of tbe best lots iu ibe
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $ 5.00 for 4 25
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 50 " 3 50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 8 00
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 8.00", 2.50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, ' 2 50 ' 2.00
Ladies' Lace Shoes, ". 1.78" 1.00
Base Ball 8hoes, " 1.00 " .80
SHOE STORE. 1818 Second Annr
2929 Fifth Arena