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CRASH fl jC A YARD.
Always en the look out for bargains, for our Linen departments, now and
then we strike some dirt cheap things, that are real surprises as to value. Have
more than usual in TOWELS, TABLE LINENS by the ?ard and crashes, and in
connection with other good things in this department, will make this week a linen
Linen glass crash 6Jc a yard; large plaid glass fowling. 18 inches wide, special
qualltv. 10c a yard; plain linen crash. 8Jc a
uoiorea ooraer aamasK, table linen, Z5c a
34 CENTS A YARD.
A Cream damask, 54 inch wide, table I
linen. Compare with goods you I damask table linen, 62 inch wide.
have paid 60c for. Bleached Damask table linen 25c a yd
Warranted Turkey Red Table Linen 17 Jc a Yard.
Good Glass Towels, fringed. 8c each.
25 CENT TOWELS,
The largest assortment; the
Celebrated Sidney Bath Towels 25c'
Mammoth damask towels. 45124 in. .25c
Oat Meal towels, extra sixes 25r
Iluck Buck towels, 43i23 Inches 25c
Fine Damask towels, drawn work at
both ends 25c
Barnsley Iluck towels 25c,
One lot Colored Borders and plain white
Turkey red fringed Doylies, lc each; Glass Doylies, lc each.
Special values in one Barnsley table linens.
TUESDAY, AT 8 O'CLOCK,
will sell one lot. 8-4 size table napkins, 94c per dozen, quantity limited.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Hkcond Avenue. Rock Island.
A. Fine Line
Suitable for Wedding Preeents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
1705 Secend Avenue.
tgPCall and see them.
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 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 drj
cold air which no ohter can equal, and has preserved fresh meat three
weeks in the hottest weather. Froduces better results with less ice
than any other Refrigerator. The flues of the
do not require cleaning as do other makes, being perfectlj 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 othera.
WILMRD BAKER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR ROOK ISLAND,
Opposite Ilarper 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.
yard; Stevens' linen crashes, 5Jc a yard.
yard; Loom dice table linen 14c a yard.
60 CENTS A YARD.
The best value ever offered in a Cream
largest towel; best value.
fringed Doylies, 8c each, always hava
THE NEW SECOND AVENFE
Proper Changes in the Grade Sug-
A Mperlal Caaaell Sfeetlac Called
Market tKamre Bprvvesaeatsj
Talked r Tlie Mltrhell dfc Lyade
A petition was circulated among inteia
ested property ho dors by Aid. Negus yes
terday and very numerously signed, asking
the council to past -an ordinance lowering
the car tracks and pavement to uniform
grade in the midd e of the block between
Sixteenth and Stventeenth streets. A
special meeting c f the city council has
been called for tonight to consider
the petition. While a majority of
the property owiiers ou the street fa
vor the improvement, - there are one
or two who vioiently oppose it and
one of these has so far overstepped
the bounds of propriety as to threaten an
injunction should the council grant the
prayer of the petit oners. In his conduct
this property hold ?r is the first in Rock
Island under the present system of im
provements to apiear in the light of an
obstructionist, and unless he changes his
mind he is very likely to get a bigger un
dertaking on his I is hands than he bar.
gains for. Fie n list remember that in
our present imprivements, as in other
things, the majority rules; that the con
tractors in charge of the present work
have given bonds to complete it by a cer
tain time, and that they are likely to
make it an expensive job for he who de
ters them, as thty would baye a just
right to do. If the majority of the prop
erty holders to be affected say bring the
grade down, let it come. Rock Is
land has had quite enough of injunctions.
The town is sick f them; they are gen
erally looked upon as the last resort of
one seeking revengo, and as the Argus
has said before, "woe be to be who wil
lingly retards our p esent street improve
ments!" He will I ave the whole city on
bis back, who tries it.
The idea of paring Market Square
back to the alley with Bardolpb brick has
been discussed by the street and alley
committee of late and also of moving the
fountain back a block, changing the
scalT shanty to Thi -d avenue and order
ing i te light tower moved from its pres
ent I (cation at Mitchell & Ly ode's corner
to tl! square. Tbit plan is a good one
indeiid. not a very expensive one and
sboud be carried out.
Tnre has been a great deal of com
plaint about the coiidition of the walks
not only on Second sveiiHe, but where
filling has been done. In many locali
ties, for instance on Seventeenth street
kouth of Third aveiiue and on Fourth
avenue between Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth streets, the clay tilling is left un
covered and is almost impassable in rainy
weather. The mayor should see to it
that all needed walks are put down at
once, and that the city do it at property
holders' expense wh :re the latter are dil
Mitchell & Lynde have fully deter
mined to improve tl eir building on Sec
ond avenue between East and West
Seventeenth streets. Mr. P. L. Mitchell
said this morning th it the building would
either be torn down and rebuilt or raised,
built higher and retiodeled so that it
would be as good as new . The owners
have been discussing plana for raising it
and putting in a new granite front, chang
Ing all the windows "o bow windows, and
putting in new floor, stairways, marble
waioscoaling on the flr-ft floor, an eleva
tor and steam heal. They will either do
this or rebuild.
Kajrn froat the Headlight
John Gaffey, the day operator at the
C, M. & St. P., is t tking a short vaca
tion in a visit to Denver. John Holmes
is taking his plane in his absence.
John Albrecht, yardmaster in the C
B. & Q. jards, had tie forefinger on his
left hand squeezed this morning, but not
seriously, and be did not permit it to in
terfere with the discharge of bis duties.
A number of eitra coaches came
in on this morning'f C, B. & Q. train
from St. Louis, whlcli ara to be used in I
special to run from I lock Island to Am
hoy, on the Chicago division, tomorrow,
as an old soldiers' and sailors' reunion is
to be held there.
An eastern man ha devised a plan for
getting rid of the em ike from the loco
motive on the passenger train. He con
strucls all passenger coaches with a sec
lion of a lare sheet iron conduit over
bead iu each one. When the cars are
coupled these conduits telescope to
tether and form a ccntinuous tube from
one end of the train to the other. The
smoke is discharstd into this, and
emerges from it at the ejd of the train
It is said to work well.
A special from Gainesville, Texas
says: "The south branch of the Rock
Island railroad, whicL is to be built from
Fort Reno south through the Indian Ter
ritory and Texas to the Gulf, has been
lost to this city. The surveying and
locating engineers chinged their course
last Monday some thi ty miles northwest
of this citv. and -Lave the line located
now to Howie, on the Fort Worth and
Denver, thirty miles est of Gainesville
The line will be locate J from Bowie south
thrnuf h Crafton. ise county, twelve
miles west of Decatur, thence to Weather
ford, Parker county, snd from there due
nuih to Austin and thence to Arkansas
Pass, a deepwater hatbor on the Gulf
The Boston Beacon thinks it would not
be in the least surprhing to hear at an
earlvdateof active lejjotiations for the
consolidation of the Chicago. Burlington
Jtr Ouinpv and Manitoba roads. Their
n.niidtinn would nettle once for all
the vexed Chicago, Burlington & North
n.ie.tlon. and mould create in the
w a aa w
northwest the largest and strongest rail
road corporation in thj world. Possibly
the trip which President Perkins recently
took over the Chicajo, Burlington
Northern, and which gave rise to the
rumor that the Chic go, Burlington &
Northern had been purchased, may have
had for an object the rrying out of ne
gotiation! looking to thia onsoliaation
flttrert Railway laaaiwveaatn.
8upt. Schnitger returned to the city
this morning after a horse purchasing
tour In the countrv. He says the trouble
about switch connections below Twelfth
street will be obviated as soon as he can
get around to it. The double track will
be extended to Tenth street.
Preparations are being made for start
ing the bridge line and cars will probably
be running by the end of the week.
There will be six cars on the line running
far as Main and Second streets in
Davenport and around the Fifteenth
street loop in Rock Island, coming down
Second avenue and going east on Third
With the paving operations on Second
avenue in Hock Island and Third street
in Davenport, as well as track laying in
both cities, Supt. Scnnitger has bis hands
full; but bell get through all right, mark
that. He is a man of wonderful capacity.
Farewell ta Their Old Captain).
Maj. H. M- Abell and Lieut. Normoyle
were guests of the Rodman Rifles last
evening and both put the boys through
the drill manual. Before dismissal Msj.
Abell made one of his characteristic im
promptu speeches to the boys, speaking
of the pleasure it afforded him to meet
them in the drill room again and ex
pressed regret of the necessity of sever
ing his relations with them. He compli
mented them on their improvement in
military deportment, attendance and ma
terial. He believed Company A would
yet rank first in the Sixth regiment.
Then he bid the boys an affectionate fares
well. Maj. Abell has been a member of
the Rifles ever since their organization.
Playlac th Baby Art.
According to the Union the removal of
Postmaster Huesing is due to democratic
influences, and that if certain democrats
had not opposed bis appointment at the
time it was made, he would now be al
lowed to serve out his time unmolested
Ibis is toe veriest kind or rot, but is on a
par with the usual tactics of the Union
tiuesing was removed because the re
publicans have been clamoring for bis
scalp ever since Harrison was inaugur
ated, and the Union displays its natural
sneakish instincts by trying to place the
responsibility on the democrats. One
would think to read it. that Huesinz
was ths only postmaster removed in the
state, whereas they have been decapi
tated by the wholesale lately. Of course
they were all removed by reason of
charges filed by members of their own
party. Poor, innocent republicans, how
extremely virtuous they are I
Were Mammoth Once Fond for Bleu?
At a receut meeting of the Scientific society
of Copenhagen Professor Stoenstrup gave au
account of the result of his examination of
the great mammoth do(oUt at Pretlniost, in
Moravia. llr.Wankel and Professor Maschka,
who have devoted much attention to the sub
ject, are of opinion that the mammoths
whose remains are found in this district were
killed by man, and that their bodies were
dragged thither to be eaten lYofessor
Hteenstrup, on the contrary, holds that the
mammoths themselves sought the locality
and that they must have died from want of
water, or from Home other cause with which
man had nothing to do. The splits in the
remains are due, he thinks, to the action of
water and sand, and afford no suppert to the
notion that the knuckles were cleft for the
sake of the marrow. It is certain that some
of the lames have been exposed to the action
of fire, but I'rofessor Steenstrup maintains
that the traces of lire may he due to the fact
that fires were at onetime lighted upon them.
On some of them decorative lines have been
scratched, but these may have been made
long after the mammoth was extinct in Mo
Colored Know Mono.
Colored snow storms were recorded as long
ago as the Sixth century, and a shower of red
hail is said by Humboldt to have once oc
curred in Falcrmo. In Tuscany, on March
14, IN13, there fell hail of au orange color.
In 104 red snow fell to a depth of over five
feet in Carniola, lnrniany. The storm of
colored snow was followed by oue of the rec
ulution color, and the effect produced by the
separate layers of red and white, which were
lerfectly distinct, was very peculiar. A por
tion of tho scarlet snow was melted in a ves
sel and the water evaporated, when a fine,
rose colored, earthy sedimont was found at
the bottom. Snow of a brick red hue fell in
Italy in 1810 anil in the Tyrol in 1M7. In the
first volume of Kane's "Arctic Exploration"
it is stated that when the ship )assed tha
"Crimson Cliffs of Sir John llom" the patches
of red snow from which tbev derive their
name could be aeon at a distance of fully ten
Prewervatton of the Eyesight.
The best preservative of eyesight is out
door exercise. A cold bath every morning
stimulates the circulation, and with an ac
tive bounding of the blood through the arte
ries assimilation and elimination bring about
good results. Heated rooms with poor illu
mination ara a prolific source of weak eyes.
Heading or writing with the light falling on
the age and reflecting its raysuto the eyes
often brings altout a spiu.ni of tnw little mus
cles which govern the accommodation! and
the result is to exhaust the eyes. The light
should always come from behind the individ
ual, and fall obliquely over the left shoulder.
People who indulge in overfeeding, are care
less about clothing, travel with damp feet,
or dine irregularly, all suffer sooner or later
from defective vision. A habit quite com
mon among fashionable ladies, to whom nat
ure has domed a black or brown eye, is to
seek the secrets of the chemist's shop, and
apply a weak solution of belladonna or homa
tropine to dilate the pupil and render ths
cornea more brilliant. Even the cologne
bottle has been drained of its contents to
give brilliancy to the eye. Such habits are
only to be spoken of to be condemned. Let
the natural -rubricant be the only cosmetic
used. See that the tear ducts are kept
healthy by proper means and nature will
then do her duty. New York Commercial
First Pullman Porter Whad's yo' so ner
vous 'boat, Johus'ul
Second Porter Vn a quartan out; da
whad l't uarvous 'bout. Done blacked a pah
ob my own booU by mistake fer dat nabob's
iu d' fo'th suction. J udgei
Hint to Scribes.
"You say you earn mora money by your
pen than you did a year ago."
How is thatr
"I stopped writing stories and began ad
dressing envelopes. " Society.
At th Jeweler's.
"But, Max, dont you think it extravagant
ta give $3U for a diamond to wear on my
bund." "Not at all, my dear; you don't
consider how much 1 shall save on you
gkvean Fliegenda BUetter.
toft Coal fer tala
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el. B. Davbkpobt. ,
Aug. 80. 1889
A writer in Blackwood' Magaine fig -urea
that ancient Rome Lad probably 4,
"A Brass Monkey" tonight.
Mrs. G. R- H ousel is quite ill.
Don't forget the low r..?s at May's.
Nice cooking apples at F. G. Young's.
Eleven pounds granulated sugar for f 1
at F. G. Young's.
Geo. Wsgner, Jr., left for Iowa City
yesterday to attend the state university.
August Huesing has gone to Peoria to
attend the state liquor dealers' associa
tion. Glass crash 5Jc a yard; turkey red ta
ble liuen 17Jc a yard at McCabe Bros,
8 inch all silk gros grain sash ribbon
50c a yard today at McCabe Bros, milli-
Scidel, the grocer, has a large stock of
fresh goods on hand which he will sell as
low as the lowest.
Misses Carrie and Esther Rosenfield
left for Port Byron this morning to enter
the seminary there.
Tho board of supervisors convened in
regular September session this afternoon,
Chairman Smith presiding.
Mr. Meyer Rosenfield left for Chicago
this morning with his brother Louis.who
enters Lake Forrest university.
Sidney bath towels 25c at McCabe
Bros.' linen sale; cream damask table
linen 50c a yard for this sale.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tremann returned
yesterday from Denver, Mr. Tremann
having improved greatly in health.
Novelties in f ill and winter hats from
the east at McCabe Bros.' millinery de
partment. No. 9, all silk, at 11c a yard.
Mr. Guy E Newark, advance agent of
Rentfrow's Jolly Pathfinders, who ap
pear here every night next week, is in the
The grand jury came in this afternoon
to seek advice on points of law from
Judge Pleasants, and then retired to seclu
Biggest bargains ever offered in rib
bona 8 inch wide, all silk sash ribbons,
50c a yard at McCabe Bros.' millinery
Mr. C. II. Seidel has had his delivery
wsgon nicely painted by Wall & III. He
has also erected a new barn with dimen
sions of 16 by 24 feet.
The report of Mrs. Bixby having pur
chased a lot in Edgewood park was erro
ncous. hue has made but one invest
ment in real estate recently.
Last evening Everts' Commanderv No.
18, K. T., agreed to attend the triennial
conclave Knights Templar at Washing
ton, D. C, in October in a body.
There are alreadv sixt-me applicants
for mail carriers' jobs. As there are only
six jobs to fill, the biggest job seems to
oe on "Boss VV ells shoulders.
Kingsbury & Son have made a special
price of $2.25 for a gilt high back frame
and glass for the Hock Island maps.
Now is your time to get them framed.
May, the enterprising grocer, has a
very interesting sign in front of his store
on which is depicted attractive prices.
Gus Summers, May's head salesman, is
Mr. J. O. Annable and wife, of Chi
cago, are in the city. They were called
here by the sudden death of Mr. Wm.
Annable at Davenport last wet k. Mrs.
Annable is a daughter of Mr. David
Postmaster Gould, of Moline, received
a dispatch today that three men answer
ing the description of the men implicated
in the Moline postofiine bunrlary had
been arrested at Quincv. Oscar Peal
went down to identify them.
Thieves are getting bold over in Da
venport to say the least. They stole a
delivery waeon from the wagon shed in
the rear of Franks' grocery this morning,
and then made away with a cushion lap1
rolte, whip, carpet and curtain, etc.
It has tH'en tound that there was a
slight fracture in Contractor Larkin's leg
about six inches above the ankle, as a
consequence of his recent accident, but
no misplacement, and there is no reason
to believe there were sny broken bones
in the injured foot.
Instead of the weekly prayer meeting
at the Central church tomorrow night, Mr.
Ezekiel Taminosian, the Syrian student
will lecture on Syria, iu customs, habits,
people, etc. He will appear in the cos
tume of his own people.
Mayor McConochie has received 32 50
from Mr. Wm. Koth as the contributions
of Weyerhauser &, Dcnkman's mill hands
toward the suffering Northern Illinois
colliers. The mayor now has in hand
$63 besides a load of potatoes and some
clothing to forward to the destitute local
Next week the most notable musical
comedy company in existence, Rentfrow's
Jolly Pathfinders, will occupy the opera
house. The company is new to Rock
Island, but for twelve years has sustained
a very high position. A superb band-ami
operatic orchestra are with the party, and
prices are but lO. 20 and 80 emits.
. The case against Sheriff Hogan, of
Poweshiek county, Iowa, in which Mai
J. M. Beardsley, of this city, in interested
as counsel, and in which Hogan is ac
cused of inducing a man named Harry
Haines to commit murder, comes up at
the coming October term of the 1'owe
sheik district court. The case was fully
outlined in the Annus same lime ago.
Did it ever occur to you that no living
person will be able to write a current date
without the figure nine in it T The date
now stands on the extreme right 1889
Next year it will be in the third place
1890 and there it will stay for ten years
It will then move up to the second place
1900 and rest there for one hundred
At a meeting of the tri-city labor con
gress at miner s hall Sunday, a reaolu
tion was presented and passed, thanking
the mayors of the three cities for issuing
proclamations requesting employers of
labor to grant their employes a holiday,
on labor day, and the success of the first
observance of labor's holiday in Rock
Island was discussed and much gratifies
lion over the results shown.
HI KI.lSUTON KOt'TK.
A. K. r'.xraralon Oar Kare for the
From August Zlst to 28tb, 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 all
points on its lines, on account of the Na
tional U. A. K. encampment at Mil
waukee. These (J. a. Jfc excursion
tickets will be good to return August
27th to September 5tb, inclusive; but by
special arrangement, an extension to
September 30th may be obtained by ap
Divine 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. Ry., or
the C. & W. Ry. Tickets and further
information can be obtained of C , B. &
Q ticket agents, or by addressing P. 8
Eustis, Genl Pass, and Ticket Agent,
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
The guava crop in
will be immense.
Florida this year
WHAT SPOT CASH
Will aamt Majr'a rory.
11 pounds granulated sugar for $1.
11 " Standard A " " tl.
12 " Extra C " " tl.
May's Patent flour per sack fl.25.
" barrel $4.90.
Pillsbury Best per barrel f 5 90.
New Process gloss starch per pound 4
Warnock & Ralston New Nickle soap,
100 bars, per box, $2.80.
Kir a Savon Imperial. 60 bars, per
box. 2 .65.
18 boxea Gates' matches 25 cents.
Gilmore'a celebrated hams 12 cents
Sugar cured shoulder 7 cts per pound.
4 pounds best Rio coCee $1.
Best cider vinegar 15 cents per gallon.
Fine salmon 15 cents per can.
All who have agreed to unite in organ
izing Charity Grove, U. A. O. D., must
baye their examination prior to Friday,
Sept. 13. All intending to become mem
bers will meet at Druid's hall at 8 o'clock
sharp for organizing. A cordial invita
tion is extended to all old members of the
U. A. O. D. to be present and assist in
the organizing. Per order of committee.
U. 8. Sisnax Orrica, I
WaobiDgion,D.O.,ept. 10. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
Slight rains; cooler.
It is said that on the inside of a ring
owned in Atchison, Kan., is engraved the
following: "T. and H.. betrothed April,
1S84; divorced May. 1888."
'I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla
half enough," says a mother, whose son,
almost blind with scrofula, was cured by
Reversible pants, to correct the "bag
ging, are proposed by a beneficent tailor
of Akron, Ohio.
C. A. Steel, . - - Mansger.
ONE NIGHT ONLY !
Tuesday Eve., Sept. 10, 1889.
Hoyt's Great Character Study,
A Brass Monkey
(A Satire on Superstition)
102 Consecutive Nights 102
at the Bijou Theatre, New York city, to the
largest business in the history of
MR. CliAS. DREW,
MISS FLORA WALSH
and the original New York company.
Pbices Sl.OO, 75, SO and 25 cents.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Bouse.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Kate 6 J per cent and 7 per
TWO H1LLIOX DOLLARS)
Loaned byu wuhont lossto any client.
lafCall or write for circular and reference.
is auaa or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interent 7 per cent aemi annually, collected and
remitted free of cbargs.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Room S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improred Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
213 Main 81, DAVENPORT. IA.
1. 27 inch Suiting 15 cents a yard.
2. 27 inch Suiting 25 cents a yard.
3. f4 inch Suiting 49 cents a yard.
4. 54 inch Suiting 75 cents a yard.
Broadcloth FinishAll Bargains.
Tlock Island. Illinois.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial
s9r"PirstlaM Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A nice residence at the uror end of ths city,
large corner lot. convenient to tlsnd, depot and
aaw mill, cheap. .
nics new boam, lanre lot, shrubbery, tree,
etc., on Twenty-fourth street, cheap.
A new house of eiebt rooms, fine lo SOxl.V),
well located, within five blocks of the postofllce,
A nest brick house with a large lot for J.0.M,
convenient to npper dep.it and vaw mills.
To dwe lings with lot 60irj4, well located on
Moline avenns. at a great bareain.
A nice two-story dwelling, well lo-ated, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with improvements, laree
grounds, on Elm street, cheap on e;-y terin.
A two-story house and lot. convenient to the
npper saw mili, depot and ronud house, very
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth f .50 for .84) LdUV Fine Shoes, worth f 5 00 for 4 25
Children's Shoes, " 1(H)" .70 Ladies' Fine Shoes. " 4 50 " 8 50
Children's Shoes, " 1.15" .90 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 8 00
Children's Shoes, " 1.50" 1.15 L-tdies' Fine Shoes, " 8 00 " 2 50
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 2 50 2.00
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 " -73 Ladies' Lsce Shoes, " 1.78 " 1 00
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " .75 Base Ball Shoes, " 1.00 " .80
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.
IS?Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2929 Fifth Avenue.
THIS WEEK IN-
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered
N a co
One of the nicest residences, with all conven
iences, fine high comer kit. txl&0. one of the beat
neiehhnrho'Hl on Fourth avenue.
f J.UW willbuy two stores, wall located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and the rent
pavinc a ?ood interest on the investment.
(1,1(1 1 will buy a dwellina with good basinets
roo.n in front, well located on Third avenue.
A new buil.1 ing, one of the best money making
reatauranis and hoarding houses in the city. Bear
the ' . K. I P. depot, well located for auy kind
On of the best located three-story brick stores
for bnsines ou Second avenue.
One of the bexl paying meal markets In the city ,
briek huildingo, firt class location, cheap.
tH) will buy a good lot. 5niJ, in good loca
tiou if taken soon. One of the best lots in ihs
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.