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THIS HOCK ISLAND AUG US, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1889.
Winter Goods j Fabrics
i i, with the demand increasing evert day. We are better prepared
now than erer before to serve our patrons. MORE ROOM (just added another
tore 20s MO-)
-:-LARGER STOCKS :-
ni'O HIIVETH mnrm In Ihft m.rhM. atari a.tw1 lutfl afilwtlnc earW and late novel
ties, bunting early bargains and taking advantage of the late snaps offered to close
. .. i t ..j ...... i ..ft vein ttontinn to several tle-
Olll (H HI llfIS Bllll Ul t1H. IUBI m ID lOlk. Mill - " "
partmenta that we are well fixed on and own the goods less than every day pnees
COTTON FLANNELS and FLANNELS
will .nil t ....... ...!. ,.,i pniinn pinnili A vards for 25c-
One case extra heavy and long wrap Cotton Flannels (that we will ask you to
examine and compare with goods sold elsewhere at isjw " ..
yard for this lot. ... , . ... .
i i. ui..j . -a.rrl. Red Twill Flannel 15e a yard.
And our soeclal value Scarlet Twill Flannels at 24c a yard and 5 and 6 ounce
Oray Twill Flannel 11c a yard. v
In our underwear department 82 doxen ladies medium weight Ribbed Yes 2.,c.
24 dnxen ladies' medium weiijht knitted shapes fluest Egyptian Cotton Ribbed
-.. i.. i- ar...: IKKt.a.1 Vl'.IW PinUhdl Vests 5()c.
o i nrm will mtve our customer money 500 lbs.
.11 w.iwl ..oolite Skinnr Yarn HC a SKein. warrant .....
Wool Stockton Yarn 5c a skein. 850 lbs. German Knitting Yarn 20c
1 I 1 Ik
1 lleavv Reaver Jackets, bound all
(J AV l T I O IM l ll 1 njm a,-
round, Tery stylish, oolj $ 8 00.
1712. 1714. 17l. 1719. 1720 and 1722 Second Avknuk. Rock Island.
A line Line
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
170.r Secend Avenue.
jgTCall and see them.
WILL4RD BAKER & CO.,
BOLE AGENTS KOK S00K ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
SIOUX. CITY'S PRIDE.
The Third Annual Corn ralace Ex
The I'alare l.abyrisitk of I'nlqae
Artimie KnVcts) roht From ;ra
aa4 Other Wrowlh lrrrlptl of
the avel Temple.
Editorial Cor-espondence to the A Rous:
Sioux Citt, la., Sept. 28. Yesterday
morning af.er an all night's ride tbrougb
the realms of prohibili ndom, we arrived
at its western metropolis on the banks of
the "Big Muddy" and joined in the
throng to vorshtp at the shrine of King
Corn. Having visited the first temple of
Mondamin erected here in 1887, our ec
stacy and wonderment was less pro
nounced than those who bad never gazd
on the no el and beautiful sight, but
Btill there was a sufficient change and
Tbe fight over the capital of South
Dakota has infected Sioux City, and the
question is much discussed. Some Pierre
boomers are here driving around the
streets in a highly caparisoned outfit and
offer odds that their city will win. although!
there is a strong feeling that Huron will
Among tbe old Rock Islanders we met
is Mr. J. V. Mahoney. secretary of the
Corn Palace association, and commis
sioner of the Jobbers' association. He
has just resigned tbe latter position,
however, and accepted that of traffic
manager of the Sioux City & Northern
road, now in process of construction.
Mr. Clark Connelly is nicely situated in
tbe First National bank and is looked
upon as one of the wide awake young
men of the town. Mr. George Conway
is getting rich in tbe wholesale and retail
tobacco business, having the Itest stand
in the city. Mr. E. P. Reynolds, Jr., has
been here all summer superintending his
railway construction contracts, but is at
present in the southwest. J. W. P.
M. E. PULPITS.
S Of CITV 8 RIIR.
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.
improvement to anily repay a second
visit. The general purpose of the whole
is of couriw the same as in the two years
previous, but its present execution marks
a notable erolution of the nriginnl idea iu
the way of artistic denign and impres
sionable m .tters.
The bu Iding is confciderahly larger
than those of the two previous years.hav
ing a front re of 2118 feet and a depth of
150 feet. The main tower is ISC feet in
height, am: consists of nine stories, con
nected by wide stairways. All the extern
ior surface of the structure is covered anil
decorated with some form of natural
products, corn, of course, being the pre
vailing roi.terial. The. whole is a vast
decorated pavilion. Ears of corn are
sawed lengthwise into halves or into
transverse wctions an inch thick. These
sections ar s nailed firmly on the sheeting
of lumber which forms the walls, making
a ereat va-ietv of patterns and figures,
but all coi ihined and subordinated to a
general artistic plan.
Above the main entrance in a spacious
field in thj grand lower, is a crown of
red. yellow and white com, in which are
tbe words "King" on the one side and
"Corn" on the other. The background
of this is a representation of the rising
sun, tbe rays being represented by vari
ous shades of yellow corn, relieved with
red. Fart ler up in a field of tbe main
tower is mother scroll in reil corn, in
which thefts are lettered in white corn the
words "Sioux City." To the spectator
the effect i f the exterior of the pulace is
a prodigious massing of marvelously rich
colors a massing and combination, how
ever, done in pursuance of a consistent
and comprehensive design, which in va
riety of detail ami skill of workmanship,
presents a wealth of interesting contem
plation. But tbe
is where decorative art and ingenuity
reaches tie climax of perfection. The
weaving ot this magnihcenl texture was
largely the work of the ladies of Sioux
City, to whom a fair alotment of credit
for the success of the exhibition should,
nd will no doubt, be awarded. The
main floor of the palace is an aggregate
space of 20,000 square feet, tbe booths
and exuibiis being mainly situated along
tbe sides The posts which mark the
corners of the booths and tbe other sup
porting p. liars, are transformed into
graceful c ilumns by skillful decorating
A great v.triety of festoons are pendant
in the upp-r spaces of the booths, but the
greatest sc pe for decorative work is in
the space at tbe rear of the booths
Upon them- rear spaces are wrought out
an almost nlinite variety of designs all
in corn, aiid the natural products harps,
mantels, atars, crescents, crosses, cur
tains, flsg, all manner of draperies, im
plements of husbandry, fences, birds,
animals. vases, bouquets, etc. Ibere are
some elaborate designs, such as land
scapes, it which appear, in amazing
realism, water, trees, meadows, bills.
fields, fart i Yard scenes, etc.
One of the attractive features of
the palace is the concert afternoon and
evening ;riven by the Seventy-first regi
ment band of New York City, which was
secured at an outlay of $6,000 for the
two weeks. There are several other first
class bands here, also. Every morning
there is a atreet parade at lO.Ittl. different
org-anizati ins participating earn day
Today the traveling men were in line to
the numter of about 2 )0. preceded by
the Hawk ve club. At night the inter
sections o' streets are brilliantly illumin
ated by innumerable gas jets, shining
through colored globes on arches cross
ing tne streets diagonally. 1 he erect is
pleasing to the eye, and the sight is
really gra id.
While tne crowd bas been large during
the week, it bas not been what was ex
pected, although it is of suftteient pro
portions ti test the capacity of the ho
tela, whic i are hardly equal to the emer
ge nc v. The Garretson is the only one
CLAIM TO HE FIRST C LASS.
It is a comparatively new house, and cons
aequently clean, with all the modern im-
provemetils. It is not spacious enough
however, to accommodate the crowd, and
it is with difficulty tbat a person can in
(luce the austere clerks to give him a
room . Bell boys are at a premium, and
f you get one vou will have to catch
him on the tty.
Sioux City has made rapid progress in
tbe way it improvement the past two
years. 'Vhat would be insurmountable
obstacles in Illinois toward the upbuild
ing of a city, arc hardly given a second
thought. Streets are cut through clay
banks thirty or forty feet high in some
places, and one sees elegant residences of
modern architectural design scattered on
knolls tv o or three miles from town
Street pi.ving was inaugurated on an ex
tensive icale last year, and tne streets oi
tbe entiie city have now a substantial
cedar bl x:k surface. A finely equipped
cable lice runs north about three and a
half mil'-s. and bouses are springing up
all aloni; the line. Motor lines also ex
tend eait and west and tbe suburban sec
tions an; keeping pace with the more cen
tral gro vth. In fact there is no better
evideno; of the belief tbat Sioux City is
destinec to be a great town, than this
erecting of fine residences in the remotest
sections or tne city.
Sioux City is fortunate in having
among ier citizens a dozen or so men
who are ready on all occasions to expend
their tine and money to advauce her inn
tereats. They seem to hesitate at notn
ng, and very frequently
WRITE THEIR CHECKS
for t5.(00 and 10.000 to assist some
public enterprise. An instance of their
liberali' y and goa-beadativeness was the
bonus of 175.000 to secure tne new
AMlnmrBt of I'avtoral 4'hargea
thr Koek Inland IMtrlrt Krv. Mr.
Tbe Central Illinois M. E. conference
completed its labors at Oalesburg yes
terday, agreeing to meet at Pontiac next
year. The assignment of pastoral
charges in the various districts through
out the conference reveals the grati
fying fact that Hev. Q. W. One will re
main in the pulpit of tbe First M.E
church in Rock Island for another year.
at least. He t-hould he permitted to re
main indefinitely and his congregation
privileged to have him where be bas ac
complUhed, and is accomplishing so
The assignments for the Rock Islind
Rock Island district Presiding elder
not named; Aledo, R. A. Brown; Altona,
W. A. Carr; Bradford, Aaron Bowen;
Buda, V. C. Randolph; Cambridge. J. A.
Sanders; Colona, B. F. Matto; Galva,
William Woelsey; Geneseo, F. II.
Cumming; Hampton. G. W. Perejoy;
Keitbsburg, O. M. Hunley; Kewa
nee, J. VV. Ilaney: Milan, M. M. Mc
Creight; Millerslierg, Henry Brink; Mo-
ine, Addis Albro; Neponset. David
McLeisb; New Boston, Willett Puffer;
New Windsor and Viola, J. H. Scott;
Orion and Osco, Richard Haney; Port By-
W. B. Shoop; Preemption, John Wilk
inson; Iteynolds, J. A. Kiason; llock Is
land. First church. G. W. Gue; Rock
Kiver, Herman Coolidge; Sheffield, T. M.
Harris: Taylor Ridge, P. S Garretson;
Tiskilwa, C. T. Cody; Victoria, John
Gimson; Woodbull, J. I).. Smith: Zion
and Munson, C. F. Meddletonn. Moline
quarterlv conference A. R. Morgan,
chaplain Joliet penitentiary.
Assignments in other districts which
II interest Rock Island are: Gales-
burg, G. J. Luckey; First church, Peo
ria. I'. A. Loal; Macomb, 11. Pierce;
Carthage, A. M. Bowlin, Ipava, J. Q
BrimDfld. D. S. McCown.
At the Theatre.
The best presentation of the romantic
comedy drama, "The Sea of Ice," that
has been seen in Rock Island, was given
by the Fenner fc Crane Comedy com
pany at Harper's theatre last evening
The acting was excellent, the scenic ef
fects splendid, and tbe costumes ele
gant in fact, some of the richest ever
seen on tbe Rock Island stage. The
characters of "Carlos." by E. M. Crane
"Aganita," by Amelia Melville; "Diane-
DeL.asc.oni3. bv Ida Vallance, and
'Barnabus," by Rob. V. Ferguson, were
all worthy of special note, and there was
not a weak impersonation in the play
Tonight we are to have "Plot and Pas
sion," a production combining thrilling
emotional situations, with strong comedy
scenes and fine music. Tbe company is,
itbout exaggertion, the best that bas
ever played in Hock Island to popular
prices, and is deserving of crowded
bouses during the remainder of the week
At tbe Burtis opera house at Daven
port last evening, and before an audience
composed largely from this city and Mo
line, "Air. isarnes, oi JNew i ork, was
presented in a highly entertaining man
ner in every particular, more than meet
ing the anticipations of all who had read
and heard so much of it. The plav is
powerful one and the scenery and ace.ee
sories are as Handsome as any ever seen
west of Chicago. The duel scene is one
of the most impressive and peculiar
scenes ever placed on a stage. The cu
riounly contrasted characters, lh French
cavalry officer, the cheeky midshipman,
tbe cool lnsonciunce of Mr. Barnes, and
the young Corsican who thirsts for bis
opponent's blood, tbe English officer who
fights on account of the uniform be
wears, together with the old inn keeper
who is only anxious that the parties shall
have breakfast and run up a bill before
they kill each other, make an extraordi
nary contrast. This ssme contrast can
be noted also in the action of the scene
Tbe next attraction at the Burtis will
be the farce-comedy, "Mamma," the lat
est bit in tbe comedy line, Siturday even-
OnKht to Im- Rrairdlrd
It has now become a matter or every
day occurrence for tbe C, R. I- & P-
train from the west due in Rock Island at
8:11 a. m. to arrive from three to five
hours late, tbe explanation of tbe delay
being a wait for connections with tbe
Union Pacific at Omaha. Be the cause
what it may, the effect is a great incon
venience to Hoc a island business men
getting their mail from the west by this
train, and there ought to be some remedy
provided, as tbe same complaint must
come from all cities where there are job
btng houses, and where it is desirable that
mail be received in time to fill orders tbe
aame morning if necessary.
Yesterday the western mail did not ar
rive until noon, and today it was four
hours late. There Is no train coming
into kock island mat is so often late as
this one of tbe most important on the
main line of tbe great Rock Island route.
Fine grapes at F. G. Young's.
Choice bananas at F. G. Young's
Nice watermelons at F. G. Young's.
Dancing school at Armory ball this
Choice eating and cooking apples at F.
Boats for sale at Batchelor's at two
Mrs. Milton Jones is arranging for a
concert in Moline.
Ferguson sings some of his best songs
at the opera house tonight.
A much talked of matrimonial event is
very soon to be consummated.
Mr. Joseph Levy, formerly in the dry
goods business here, is in tbe city.
Mr. John Schafer left for Kansas last
night on a business and pleasure trip.
Red twill flannel, 15ic a yard; pink
mixed flannel. 12c a yard, at McCabe
Division Supt. E. M. Hcrr. of the C,
B. & Q., paid a visit to the city yester
day. Found in the postofflce, a cane. It
may be bad at the A Rous office on pay
ment of costs.
Davenport bas received a sixteen-ton
steam road roller from Harrisburg for use
on its streets.
Tbe county court is making an inquiry
as to the sanity of Thos. B. O'Donnell,
of Canoe Creek.
The Rock Island Building and Loan
association loaned $4,700 last night, at
18 per cent premium.
The Loyal Temperance Legion will
meet Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the First Baptist church.
Mr. G. II. White and Mrs. Lulu Clapp,
of Kewanne. Ill , are in the citv the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Biebl.
Miss Irene Worrell in a very funny
character with a number of songs in
Plot and Passion" at tbe opera bouse
Ex-Aid. T. F. Cary has accepted a
position as traveling salesman for a Chi
cago wall paper house and will take up
his residence in that city.
C. B. Holmes, of the street railway
syndicate is in Minneapolis with a view,
it is said, of purchasing the longest line
of street railway iu tbat city.
The next meeting of the Iowa and Ill
inois Central District Medical society will
be held at Black Hawk's watch tower,
Oct. 10 one week from tomorrow.
May's grocery will be closed from Fri
ay evening at 6 o'clock to Saturday
evening at b o clock. Customers will
onfer a favor by leaving their orders
before Friday evening.
When Alfred Covne made a move he
plaeed a sign in the old store "mooved
across tbe street. 1 his extra "o at
tracts the attention of the school children
and others. It is a good advertising
Mr. P. W. Beck with, of tbe popular
Crown dining hall, was yesterday sud
denly summoned to bis borne at Carbon
Cuff, the occasion being of a new boy.
who arrived on this mundane sphere in
The ladies of the First M. E. church
will bald a missionary meeting at Mrs
Gue s and the literary exercises will be
from 4 to C. Light refreshments will be
served after 6, to which the husbands are
The Phoenix hose company horse, "Joe,"
displays more than ordinary intelligence.
W ben brought in from exercise be re
fuses t go to the stall until rubbed down.
but comes from the stall promptly when
called by tbe gong.
The Fenner & Crane All-Star Comedy
company, as is customary, will give to
their patrons a handsome souvenir. Tbe
person holding the lucky number will on
Saturday evening be presented with an
elegant dinner set of 102 pieces, valued
at $20, which will he found on exhibition
in the window of Geo. M. Loosley's
Tbe Woman's Improvement guild of
Triniy church will give a supper at tbe
residence of Mr. U. C. Wbitridge Thurs
day evening, Oct. 3, commencing at 6
o'clock. An enjoyable evening is prom
ised. A good musical programme bas
been arranged. All Hre cordially in
vited to attend. Supper twenty-five
Bollman Bros, announce a turf meet
ing on their splendid track near Coal
Valley on Saturday, Oct. 12, at which
there will be a class for stallions, a class
for gentlemen drivers, a three-minute
class, and a race for two-vear olds,
Races will be called at 2 p. m., sharp,
under tbe rules of tbe American Trotting
association. Mr. R. L. Bollman has
matched Waukegan against Ed. Wells'
Thomas Hay's for $50 a side.
Mr. Phil Mitchell left for Syracuse. N.
l ., this morning. On nis return some
thing definite as to when the Hxk Island
glass works will resume may be ex pec
ted. It is to be hoped that they will
start up at once, as there are a great
manv blowers in Rock Island who are in
need of employment, and who will be
obliged to accept tifuira that will tk
them away from Kock Island if the
prospects here are not more encouraging
About midnight last night Alfred
Doxee, of Moline, discovered a burglar in
his room, who, detecting that be was
seen, seized Mr. Doxee 's clothing and
fled. The latter pursued tbe intruder
nlo the hall and nearly caught him on
the stairs. But tbe scoundrel drew a re
volver and fired, tbe bullet barely miss
ing Mr. Doxee. who at once aroused the
neighborhood, but the burglar escaped
with the clothes. There was little money
in the pockets.
Engineer Seth Twombly, who, with
Fireman LaCloche, waa held responsible
by the coroner's jury for the railway ac
cident in Chicago last week, was removed
from his home in Englewood Monday to
the Cook county jail. Twombly was
considerably injured in the ssaash-up
and is confined to bis bed in the jail.
Hon. W. A. Foster, the ex -Davenport
attorney, has been retained by Twom
bly's friends to defend him. Mr. Foster
and the engineer were boys together in
Davenport. Twombly afterwards living
in this city.
Tbe Lnion this morning attempts to
give the Improvement association advice
as to requesting tbe delegates to the con
gress of American nations at Washing
ton, to visit Kock Island on their pro
tected excursion. Tbe A Rous will aay
for tbe information of the Union tbat not
only have President Hass and Secretary
Medill, of tbe Improvement association,
been in correspondence on the subject,
but Congressman Gest is also in commun
ication on the same matter; so the
Cnion'i borrowed pointer is a trine too
"Feebly she laugheth in the lanquid
moon, while Porphyro upon ber face
doth look," and wonders what has
swelled it so. When he finds that it is
neuralgia, however, he does not lose his
bead, but having twenty-five cents in his
inside pocket invests in a bottle of Salva
oft Coal for Sale
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el. B. Davenport.
Aug. 30, 1889.
Get rid of that tired feeling as quick as
possible. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which gives strength, a good appetite
C. A. Stsci - Manager.
FENNER & CRANE'S
Comedy Company !-
W 3 WILL FORFEIT
As a frnarantee that we have the etrongeat Rep
erto re company traveling at popniar prices.
Look at our cant and iud?e for voureelf:
I. R. Fenner. Lloyd Melville. E.M.Crane, Geo.
llanna, R. V. Fergnoon, W A. Elba. W J.
llol'on. Kurt K'nnk, Amelia Melville,
Mm. Adelaide Stetson. Mioe Ida allance.
Mips Belle Holmes. Miss Irene Worrell,
Little Mshel. Little Percival.
tWThe KKNNER A CK4NB all Star Comedy
company, aa cnetomary, wir give to tneir pat-
rotipa DanuMime eoovenlr coualaline or an eleeant
pinner Mt of 1(0 piece, t-aloed at 30 00, which I
will he found on eihiblton at O. M. Looaley'a
An a special Inducement to the little onea, we
will give to every child attendinc the matinee a
nsefu) souvenir aa a memento of the company.
Admission 10, 20 and 30c.
BDRTIS OPERA HOUSE,
SATURDAY EVE., OCT. 5th.
A GREAT EVENT
Firt time in Davenport, the la'est Farce Comedy
uy u. C rattan uonoelly.
CHARACTER AND STYLE.
New Goods continue to arrive at
The trade of people who want full value for their money is
the trade we are after. There is character and stvle in our fall
goods. OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is filled
with advance styles, all offered at our usual moderate prices.
We have prepared for you a magnificent stock in all depart
ments. We are too busy to say much but here are a few quo
tations to guide you.
One case of short ends direct from the mills, usual 10 cent
quality, this week for
7i CENTS PER YARD.
There is a saving of 40 per cent for you.
FOUR SPECIAL VALUES IN UNDERWEAR.
Ladies' Jersey Vests, white 50c.
Ladies' Jersey Vests, gray 503.
Gents' White Merino 50c.
Gents' Gray Merino 50c.
We remind you again that we will save you money on
Plush Sscquea you ought to see ours at 25 00.
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Introducing Frank Deahon and Amy Ames
ana a great company.
Paic $1.00, t SO and K cents: sale of aeata
open at Ticket office, Burtis Opera House, Thurs
day morning. .
bJpi :-Sa CS
Under Rock island House.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
A large number of dudes collected at
an ex post a corner last oaDDatn, where
the wind was high, and caught colds.
Each little darling was speedily cured by
Dr. Bull's Cough byrup.
For la or Beat.
1 will sell my bouse on im street on
easy terms, or will rent the same to good
tenant. Enquire of J. C. Adams or Mrs.
Kate per cent and 7 per
TWO MILiaOW OOLLAlM
Loaned by ns without lots to any client.
fSfCall or write for circular and reference.
m ama or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually , collected and I
remitted ire or cnarg.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boobs 3 and 4 Masonic Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
VPirst-claea Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
A eood building, with store and 2 rora, ,
1 counter . pnelmiuf. elc iu flrat. fl -?rZ' a
rooms aoove; w.iter np aiuT3n n ttrs. good
cellar, b.rn. etc.. lot 25x150, well locaiea ior uuei-
ues, upper pari oi " ounu '" ""T ;
'tie or tbe ot-Bi momj-mw iVS .. ..VS.,
rmrt nf hnmnn " 'Blant paesengir
f 1.000 will boy a dwelling with 7 rooms and
mall store, well located, on Third arenue, now
rent for (14 a month.
TOO will buy a rood honae. fire room, with lot,
convenient to lower factoriea.
llniy a few of those fine lot In Mixter's addi
tion on Twenty-eecond and Twenty-third street.
Twoor turee acre on Ine Olun, nne land ior
bollding or gardening.
home of the best lots in Dodge's addition on
-IMWtdfAt ouTceTTuS In Hodman's sub-dUia-
i'l tray a fine 4 acre lot jnst outside city
fW will tray
limit, on blua.
A ery ntce property. Jnst outside of city limits
and citv taxes; cheap, on eay terma.
Ine of the best acre farm, with first class
improvement in Bowline towurhlp; cheap.
A uood house of eight rooms, dry cellar, water,
ham, and fine corner lot in the upper part of tho
city, convenient to the saw mills, depoi aud 1 al
A No. 1 bnaine corner
on Moline avenue.
Totory frame dwelling, six rooms, good
cellar, well and citern. larife barn, one half acre
of fine land, well located w ithin a few aleps of
M ilan street car, cheap.
store and dwelling
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Big Cut in Prices
Schneider's Shoe Stores-
The Griffith damage suit ent to the
jury this morning.
The case of D. 8. Schureman. the ar-
chitect, against Ous Swensson, of Mo
line, for money claimed to be due for
drawing plans for a house, was called.
with J. L. Haas for the plaintiff and Wm.
Jackson for the defense. The jury is I
composed of Anthony A. Wells. Louis
Hartman, Wakliff Kunkle, Walter M,
Lewis, Frank Bogga. Oscar F. Bahman,
F. W. Cook, E. Q. Frarer. Thos. 8mith,
John D. Bollman. C. Waldman, Patrick
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30
Children's Shoes. " 1.00 " .70
Children's 8hoes, " 1.15" .&0
Children's Shoes, " 1.50" 1.15
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50
Misses' Slippers, " . 1.00 " -75
Ladies' 81ippers, " 1 00 " ,75
Wigwams, " .90 ' .75
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
FOB Is AXE.
The Farms were Inspected by
O. A. FIOKE,
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth J5.00 for 4.25
Ladies' Fine Shoes. " 4 50 " 3 60
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 8 00
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 3.00" 2.50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, 2 50 2.00
Ladies' Lace Shoes, " 1.78" 1.00
Base Ball Shoes, " 1.00 " .80
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock iaednced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
tSgPCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second Arenne.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE.
buildin to be erected by tbe O.R. C
O.J. Dtmick, on tbe premises.
213 Main St, DAVENPORT, IA..
2929 Fifth Avenue.