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THE AItQU8. PATtiniAT. JULY 27, VJOU
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Top Notch Values in Shoes at Must Go Prices.
All Summer Shoes are Roing at prices that will
make you take them. Come now and get su
perb values at warm weather figures.
YOUBS ZFOrR FAIR DEA-IiIISTG.
Wright's Shoe Store,
1702 Second Avenue.
Furniluro Makes the Home.
The cottage was a thatched one"
only tells again that the interior
is the important thing. You can
not always control the architect
ore, but you can choose the fur
niture. Sec that it is harmon
ious, graceful and comfortable.
See that you buy of us.
1702 and 1701 Third Ave.
BEST BARGAINS EVER
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
II. W. WAKD, Manager.
310,312, 314 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, 111.
established by the medical fraternity
and all users universally. It gives
appetite, health, vigor is welcomed
by the new mother,
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis, U. S. A.
Brewers of the Original Budweiser, Faust, Michclob. Anheuscr-Standard,
Pale-Lager, Export Pale, Black & Tan and Exquisite.
Ordrri proupllr flll-l hr
A. D. HCESING, W1I0IESAIE DEALEE, BOCK ISLAND.
Thta itfMtan I mi every bottle
for the Ladies
aro now ranch fought at onr footwear
headijuartera. Coming to ua for cool,
easj, elepaot and fashionable shoes It
ns natural aa going to a tree for shade.
These pretty creations for pretty feet,
light and graceful as a waltz, have
awakened a fuailade of wistfnl glances
culminating in purchase at the neat
ei little price a now offered In ladies1
oxfords and strap sandals in great
1705 Second Avenue.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
because its super
ior tonic qualities
the aged, the weak,
Sold by druggists.
V.nAnrA .vtmrlim K thm Trflt end TO out
deUeione Pancaln the World tor Meats, Gama,
Krrape and Gravies
GETTING Oil ITS FEET
Stockholders of Home Building
Association Decide to Con-
812 DIBE0T0ES ABE ILEOTED
First Annual Statement of Sec
retary Maucker Review
ing the Crisis.
The Home Building and Loan asso
ciation, which suffered a severe finan
cial shock as the result of the mis
dealings of its former secretary, has
so far restored confidence among its
patrons that the stockholders at their
meeting last night in the rooms of
the Retail Merchants' association
voted unani&uuslv to continue the
The meeting was to decide finally
the future of the association, some of
tho stockholders since learning the
extent of the Donaldson shortage hav
ing favored liquidation.
the following directors were elect
ed: John Ohlweiler, Simon Lewis,
II. C. Sc hatTer, 11. E. Casteel. James
McKlroy and L B. Btrayer. Otlicers
will be chosen ntxt wefck.
Secretary v. C. Maucker submitted
bis first aunual repot t, which was
prepared under tho mi per vision of the
auditor of public accounts. Tne re
lno Valuation of real estate which
was a part of our assets was appraised
at 27. OOO. while in fact we only had
a clear tiilo to property to tho value
of f 16 2i0, and required an, expendi
ture of hundreds of dollars to secure
title to tho balance of property, io
sotuc cases ty a compromise and in
others bv foreclosing. I can n w
safely say that everything has been
done that was possible to do to ac
quire title ami with most satlsfactoiy
Tb lonalOaou AITa'.r.
"It was necessary, owing to the
condition of the books, to purchase a
new set throughout. I also called in
all the slip receipts and checked them
up in the stock ledger and issued pass
books in place. Ibis work was done
by order of the board of directors,
and the change has been mo&t satis
factory, not a one to the secretary
but to toe stockholders in general.
Another source of expense was the
collection of Mr. Donaldson's insur
ance accounts, a total amount of
1,700, which he had asignid to th
association as part reimbursement
toward making up his shortage. Sjbio
of these accounts dated hack as far as
four or live years and created a great
amount of book work and expense in
collecting the same. You will note
by referriog to tbo annual statement
that his shortage was 125,766.41, that
that amount has been collected to the
extent of 25,'60H SO, and notes not yet
due are in the secre ary's possession
to make op the balance; notwithstand
ing those unusual expenses tne direc
tors have been enabled to declare a
distribution of protit on the stock to
the extent of o U-10 per cent for this
1,161 bharee In t ore.
In addition to tho annual state
ment 1 will iufjriu you that the num
ber tf shares in force July 1, l'JUU,
was 1.515; issued during tho year
204 shares; withdrawn 558, leaving
in force July 1, 1001, l.ltil shares.
There is money borrowed upon 424
abate by ot borrowers on a tot
number of shares of 424. We have
43 non-borrowing nicmbars, holding
737 bhares. We are now lotinin;
money at fi per cent with a 10 ecu i
premium upon a general valuation
not exceeding 75 percent of the valoe
of the property. Liana are awarded
by a committee of tho tta-d of
directors. We have now seven bor
rowing members who aro more timn
six months in arrears and their con
dition i reported to the bjaid of
directors once a month. The asso
ciation has 17 pieces of real estate,
which was appraised in May, 1901,
and represents 23 307 of the assets
of the association.
Hlar.k Hawk OOK-era.
The old cflicers were reelected as
foflows at a meeting lat night of the
directors of the Blick H.twk Building,
Loan & Savings association:
President II D Mack.
Vice President K- 1). Sweeney.
Secretary T. J. Modill.
Treasurer J. Frank Robinson.
Attorneys Sweeney & Walker.
A Poor Millionaire
Lately starved in London because
he could not digest bis food. Early
ufo of Dr. King1 New Life Pills
would have saved biiu. Thoy
ctreugthen tho stomach, aid digestion
promote assimilation, improve appo
tito. Price 25 cents. Money back if
not satisfied. Sold by Ilartz & UUc
"I wish to truthfully state to you
and tho reader of these few lines that
your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is without
question the best and only euro for
dyspepsia thai I have ever come in
contact with, and I have imed many
other preparations." John Beam,
West, Middlesex, l a. JNo preparation
equals Kodol Dyrpepsla (Jure, as it
contains all the natural digestants. It
will digest all kinds of food and can't
help but do you good. B. II. Biobcr
and Ilartz AsUllerueyer.
A wheolrasn'i tool bag Isn't com
plete without a bottle of Dr. Thomas'
Kclectric Oil. Heals, cuts, bruises,
stings, sprains. Monarch over pain.
MIND AFFECTED BY HEAT,
WOMAN LOSES HER WAV
A middle-aged lady, apparent'
affected mentally by the heat, wan
dered aimlessly about the streots ol
the city from 7 o clock till after mid
night. How far she had traveled or
where she had been she was unable to
tell those who discovered her and ac
companied her to her home.
She had entered a yard on tour
teonth-and-a-half street and was at
tempting to open the screen door
when the members of the household
were awakened. Asked what she
wanted she demanded that she be
admitted to the house, claiming that
it was her home. Tne neighbors
were aroused by hef noisy speech,
but she was finally suMued and taken
to her home.
PULPIT AND PEW. 3
The regular services will be held at
the Broadway Presbyterian church
tomorrow, conducted by the pastor
The evening service will be a service
of song, and will be held on the lawn.
rhe hymns will be illustrated from
Tissat's romsrkable paintings of the
life of Christ.
There will bo services as follows In
Kock Island churches tomorrow:
Firm, Itaptlst. corner of Thlrf ATeoue and
Fifteenth mree.. Kev. Oconto U. Simons, pas
tor. SuniUy K-hool at ;30 a. m., S J. Woutt
in. superintendent. I'rrashinjr at 10: l.i n. m.
dt Irr. C. K Tevlor. Subject. '-The New
AtticWro. ' It. Y. 1'. U. at t:W p. m. junior
union -.SO p. m.
ir.oe swedlsn mission, corner or iuiotcdid
atreet and Fifth avenue. Sunday school at 2
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. to.
Emanuel liaptlst Mission. roriv-iourm
atreet. Sunday school at 2: JO p. m. Miss Nel
lie WUBon. superintendent.
Second Haptiat. Tenia atreet and Sixth are
na. Service at a. m. ana : J p. m.
Swedish Maptlnt.oortierorTweuiy-ni-M atreet
and Firm arnnue. i'reaeuing at w.is a. m.
lv John IJridberL'
Nineteenth street. Kev. C. O. MoOuUoch,
nm urtnoowt. corner oi ruin enno mu
pastor. Services at vv.-tt a. m. rre.vhint;
lv r. (1 arriKon of the Davenport Y. M C A.
bunilay tiohooi at . I f a. m. junior icacue
ai p. m. Kpworth league at ti:30 p. m.
German MethodlHt, eororr of !-ixtn noirne
and Fourteenth street. Kev. F. L.. I.itzrodt
pa-slor. Services at 10:15 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at a. m . J. J . licit;, super
intendent. Kp worth Lcairuo at 7. Junior
Ueavue at 8 p. m.
tu icwu Ml earn Methodist cnureo. Kev. J. n
Rutter. pastor. IVuporary scrvi-es -orner
Fourth avenue and Tblra street. Mol'ne
l'rcacnlnir t 10:13 a. ru and 7:3o p. in. Sunday
telifK I at t) ;jo.
African MoUiodlt. Fourteenth street an
Fourth avenue. Service at II a. m. aud
7:30 n. m. Sundav school at 12:JO p. m.
German I.uttieran. oorner of Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Kev. C. A . Mcnnicke
pastor. Services at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
fourth atreet and Seventh avenue. Kev. K.
liraos fJtirnsn iinnrM, oorner ui roriv-
A. Ilnnsten, paator. Service at 10:15 a.
in. and -W p. ni.
Swedish l.utneran. corner or Fourteenth
atreet and Fourth avenue. Kev. Carl K Slatl.
pastor. ScrvioeH at 10 a. ra. and ...K p. ni
ZJon sweaiftn l.utneran. n.-n orvenin ave
nue. Kev. J. . iMtilnerp, pastor. Services st
10:45 a. m. and 7:J0 p. m. Sunday souool at W:JO
German Evancellcal. Ninth street net ween
Fifth and Sixth avenues, Kev. F. Trefier. piw-
tor. Services at 10:30 a. m. Sunday scnool
at 9 a. m.
Central Presbyterian. Second avenue, b -tween
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rev.
William Torrance, pastor. No p cachtrK ser
vices Junior Cnristiao jMideav,ir at :i p m.
ocnlor Christian Kndeavor mcetiuK at u.:u p.
m. biindav school at V:.U a. ni.
Kroadway Presbytenaa, oorner of Twenty
third street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. S.
Mamuis. pastor. Services at lu:s and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday houo( a. u.io a. tu. Young people's
niceilnu at (l::a n. tu.
United Presbyterian, Third avenue and Fou'-
teenlh street. Kev. I. Mc.Naiy, pastor.
Services at I": l.i a m. and :3op m. Sundy
school at V.M a. m. Y. l S. C. K. at n.la p. m.
Aiken Street uri'on chapci, aoutb
Rock Island. Sunday school at 3 p. m.
UbrLstlan 1-ideavor meeting at p. m. Ser
vines everv Tuesdav at 7:30 p. m.
South Park Chapel. lreabyteiio. V2m stret t
and Fifteenth avenue, Kev. W. b. MarquL-.i
pastor; Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Salvation Army Itarracks, 1S0S Second ave
nue, services as follows: Kneo drill at 7 a.
m., holiness meeting- at 10:30 a. m.. christians'
meeting at I p. in., salvation meeting at 7:30
First Church of Christ, Scientist. Twenty
third street between Seventh and Ninth ave
nues. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7.30 p. in.
Subject for inorntwr uod cvcnlne. "lvh."
Smirlay school follows the raornini; service.
Wed or Mia v evenina nicetinsr at 7:.'h). Read
ing rooms open every afternoon except Sun
day from to 4.
Y. M. C. A. building, corner of Third avenue
and Nineteenth street. Services at 3::!0 p. ra.
Kcorpanl.ed Church of Jesus Christof Iatter
Pay Suint-s, ri. A. Siedmun. paktor. Services
at Old Fellows' hall. Ki'hleeDlh street an 1
Second avenue at 3 and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at ' p. m
Trinity riplscopal, corner of Sixth avenne
and Nineteenth street. Kev. II F. Sweet. S. T.
H.. rector. Kev. !eorge Kalienha. h. asNix
ant. Services at 7:3J and U. ." a. tu., at I
noon and T :W p. tit. . Sunday bcbool at 9:h
Trinity Episcopal, corner of Fourth avenue
n Seventh street. Kev. It F. Sweet. S. T. P..
rector, r.vcrj song and Sunday school at :m
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner of
Second avenue and Fourteenth street. Rev.
Th.mas Macule dean and pastor. Mass at s a
m. and 10:.') a m. Vespers at 3 p. m. Sunday
school at p. m.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic. Twenty
elcbthstrectand Fifth avenue. Kev. J.F. Iek
ney. pastor. Mass at H and IO::i a. m. Sunday
school at 3 p. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. ra.
St. Mary's German Catholic, corner of Fourth
avennn and Twenty-second street, Kev. F. J.
I'oettkln, pasuir. Mass at 8 and 0:o a. ra.
Veopers at S p. in. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Memorial Christian, corner of Tbird aventin
and Fourteenth street. Y. P. S. U. K. at t.30
p. I a.
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
To May Fever 8affrera
Sufferers from hay fovcr and sura
rer catarrh will bo interested to
learn that there is a new, simple, in
exDcnsivo but effective homo treat
ment for this obstinate and battling
disease, and that a littlo booklet
fully describing the treatment will be
mailed freo to anyone by addressing
tho F. A. btuart compaiy, Mirshall
Doubtless tbis statement of a
cure and positive preventative of
hay fever will be received with skep
ticism by tho thousands who have
f lund tho only rclif every vcar was
a change of climate during the sum
But whether skeptical or not It will
cost nothing to Investigate this new
treatment. Simply send name and
address on a postal card to F. A.
Stuart company, Marshall, Mich., for
the booklet which, besides describing
the treatment, contains a concise
treatise on the suae and character of
this peculiar disease.
Tboso famous little pills, DoWitt's
Littlo Karly Risers, compel your livor
and bowels to do their duty, thutt
giving you pure, rich blood to re
tcuperato your lody. Aro easy to
I take. Never gripe. B. II. Bleber and
tUartz & Ullemeyer
FIRE TUG IS NEEDED
Suggested That Rock Island and
Davenport Maintain One
THURSDAY DISASTER AH INSTANCE
Relief for the Victims--$5,000
Since the disastrous tire of Thurs
day night in Davenport several citi
zens have been heard to suggest the
advisability of Rock Island and her
neighbor across the river- maintain-
Inr- a i -n tun- a hntl rniiinnnil tn
fight tires along the river front, such as
r. . , . u
omer large isKeanu r.r town- uav
J tUg WUU DV u-lllu SklCDiu niyu ,'4
have mastered that D&venport blaze."
said an old fire tighter yesterday.
"The wonder to mo is that these two
cities, having bo much valuable prop
erly adjacent to the river shore, have
not before now seen the wisdom of
having a fire tug. Not alone Is it in
dispensable in cases where the burn
intr propertv is located close to shore.
where in many instances the city de
partment is unable to get at the root
or the trouDia, our
steamboats take ti-e
and in wrecks.
et3., oa the water."
Aid for Ftre Vlctlma.
Davenport has come forward with a
generous hand to aid the victims of
tho fire, many families havinglo&t not
only their little homes but everything
that was in them, and not having a
cent of insurance. 1 hero was a meet-
ing yesterday afternoon at thi Daven
port Business Men's association, and
though it was announce! but a few
hours before, there was a large at
tendance of citiens, all anxious to do
their part in relieving the distressed
Upwards of f.,000 has already been
raised, and the indications aro that
manv times that amount will bo
forthcoming as rapidly as it is needed.
The Davenport press is taking part
in the relief work. The Akcjus today
tendered its assistance here, if desired.
Tne matter was taken before the gen
eral committee, from which issued a
renlv that the response had been so
much more than anticipated that
there would be enough raiied in Div
ennort to meet all needs, and an
expression of appreciation was ten
dered The Au:t s for the otter. Know
ing tho people of Rock Island, The
Aijui 3 -bad no hc&itancy in offericg to
raise a fund here hd one been do
The Illlool Firemen.
The Davenport Republican says to
day: "All day yesterday where there
was talk of the lire the bravery or mo
tircmon from Rjck Island and Moline
was freely commented upon and com
mended. Tho visitors could not pos
sibly have woiktd more faithfully
or more desperately to save their
own homes than they did to
save the hon.es of Daverprt
citizens. The manner in which tdey
fearlessly went into the flames until
many of them dropped was an indica
tion of their desire to help Davenport
in the time of uccd. But even this
loos not tell the willingness with
which they answered tho appeal for
Fred Hitchcock, of tho police force.
by telephone to Chief Hastings, of
Rock Island, and Chief Kittleson, t f
Moline. Kuch chief answered: Vo
will como at once.' Capt. Hitchcock,
who was here and there and every
where, and who did tho work of mv
eral ordinary men, had other calls to
make, but in a very fjw minutes
called airain to Rock Island and re
ceived word that tho promised aid
was already on the way. The Moline
department came through the arsonal
at break-neck speed, making the run
in about twenty minutes."
. . . -
May Not Re Kebnllt.
The Weyerhauscr & Denkmann mill
gave employment to 230 men and all
of these are out of employment as a
result of the lire.
It is doubtful if the mill will ever
bo rebuilt owing to tho fact that the
li'mbcr interests in this part of the
Mississippi river aro on tho wane
Not a sdw mill in Davenport is inn
ning, the Woyrbauser & Denkmann
mill and tho Chris Mueller & Sons'
mill closing down Wednesday evening
for a "breathing spell." as it is
termed. TueMUy the Lindsay &
Bhclps mill closed also on account of
the hot weather, in an or me mins
tho men wero willing to continue
work. There had been no complain
in" in words', though the managers of
ihn m could seo mai mauv oi vueir
men wero well nijrh exhausted
It is inhuman to continue work
until tbis hot wave is gono," said the
minncpr of one of the mills. We ad
vised our men to go homo and rest
and with few exceptions they were
willinir to do so. H takes almost five
men in do the work tf thrco on a hot
d.v as Wednesday."
The Wcyerhaus r& Denkmann mill
tn Itnr.k Island also closed down
Wednesday until the cooler days come.
Tberc 1 a general thankfulness that
the shut-down ts on account or tne
-nat her and not on account of the
lack of logs.
It is easier to keep well than get
rnrnd. DoWitt's Little Early Risers
taken now and then will always keep
your bowels in perfect order. Ihey
never gripo. but promote an easy,
gentle action. B. II. Bicbcr
Hartz & Ullemeyer.
FOR A SUMMER RESORT
Campbell's island, that line resort
which has been famous as one of the
ideal camping t pots in the Mississippi
river for many years, is likely to be
sold, and with the passing from the
present owners it may bo closed to
camping parties which have occupied
the place for several seasons by per
mission of the heirs of the estate or
tho late E. W. Adams, who control
It is understood that a syndicate
which has in view the opening of aa
up-river summer resort has had a
covetous eye upon the island for some
time and now that the plans of the
syndicate are taking definite shape,
overtures are being made for the pur
chase of the place.
J here is ample sbaue upon me
island and everything that nature
koM provide for those on pi"""
I bent in the summer months. Da the
g , beR(jh 9tretcbes far
into tne water, ampie 10 auom opieu
dld bathing facilities and fishing.
boating, etc., all combining to make it
a caiiita.1 nlace for the purposes of a
beautiful summer resort.
t , - . .
Several years ago an effort was
made to secure the island for a like
purpose, a good offer being made at
that time, but for some reason the
deal did not materialize.
The fact is that at this time two
I separate and distinct deals are on
and tbis means that a transfer will
most likely be made. Besides the
syndicate above referred to, agents in
Mohce are dickering for the purchase
of the island for out of-town parties,
tho latter bting bicked by plenty of
money. It is claimed, and willing to
make a transformation of tho place
that wiU e ft
the pcopi4 cI this 1
Vh iu p
leasing surprise to
locality. It is inti-
mated that the Port Byron-Moline
trolley road promoters are also inter
ested in it in some manner, either di
rectly or indirectly.
J lie island comprises acres ot
very good farm land. 140 acres beiDg
under cultivation. It is located about
six miles from this city and may be
reached by two lines of railroad or by
boat. It is understood that the land
is valued at f 20,000 to 130,000, but a
meeting of the heirs of the Adams es
tate will be held within a few days to
set a price upon the island, and it is
likely that a price equal to that of
good' farm land in the viciuity will be
asked, the owners not being die posed
to set a fancy figure on it.
One improvement that will be mane
as soon aa tho deal is contunimaiea
will be the erection of a bridge eon
nectlnr tho island with the main
For tho present no particulars will
be given out. but those interested ad
mit that plans are on f jot for the
purchase of the island for the pur
pose of converting it into a summer
resort that will bo a prido to this lo
New cure fr eczema and t-kin
eruptions. Rennck s Kczcma Cure
and Kcnuck a l'epsin lilood Ionic
have never yet failed to cure. Fiee
trial. If you want to get well quick
write tod ay. Samples are free. Ha
vana Medicine Co., Dept. M, 1121
Locust street, St. Louis, Mo.
A calico dress on a woman
sparkling ambition, laughing
cheeks carmined with nature's
million is a beautiful being.
come to all who use Rocky Mountain
Tea. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve should
be promptly applied lo cuts, burns
and scalds. It soothes and quickly
heals tho Iniured part. I here are
worthless counterfeits. Be sore to
get DeWitt's. B. U. Bieber and
Hartz & Ullemever.
Lightning Pain Killer
The infallible and safe
cure for dangerous sum
Contains no opiates and poisons and
therctore sate for children. Keep it
in the house or carry it in the jrrip
26 cents a bottle at drug store or will
be sent by the Lightning Medicine
company, Rock Island, 111.
Ml'MS GRATE TONIC cures Biliousness.
Ctarra Skin TrnnblM When
KvrrrthlnfC K.Iae Haa Falld.
Trr It on An ohatlnat rnsn of
TVtler. F.rystpWA. Koaeinn. I'im
pies, l'l-ors. Hlnc Worm. Plirtrhea
or anv Skin pismso. Ask yoiir
rfriicclst tor It. Py mH.rnr.n box.
Heiskell'aSonp. frr the akin. 25c
I0HNST0N. HOLLOWIYA CO..
631 Commtrca Street, Philadelphia.
"Tour Ointment in tbe heat t ever
usn tor the akin, ir tour soap la as
rool I want It." Hatlie Battle.
m For Drunkenness and
lease write ns.
:liaU k7 INSTITUTE.
for I mim.
OF THE JULY
YOUNG & McGOMBS'
Many of the Summer Goods will be;
bold at one-third and one-half regular!
prk-erf. Come early, as the quantities
Last ebanee on all Wash Oods Rem
nants; lengths running up to 12
yards; connieting ot Dimities.'
Lawns, Batistes, Ginghams, etc.; all
on one counter, worth up to Coc yd:j
Choice from 9 to 10 a. m.,
Monday. July 23th. yd
20 per cent discount on all Iac-es and'
Embroideries, one-fifth off your bill;
Unloading July Sale.
Special Low Prices on Campers' out
fits for the July Unloading Sale.
2(5 iiuh Fancy All Silk Umbrellas;
Navy, Browns. Greens. Cardinals,
Steel Rod. with Fancy Handles;
$3..rn values; Unloading
Price h ,
23 per cent discount, on all Linen and
White Pique, Ready to Wear
Skirts; also Ladies and Children's
White India Linen Dresses; Un
loading 25 per cent off our al
ready low prices.
100 dozen Ladies' Handkerchiefs:
some plain, some with hemstitch
ing: others with Lace all around:
to give you a No. 1 bargain we will
unload the entire line;
200 more of those Tuxine Corsets,
eouals anv 7.rc rorset offer
ed: Unloading Price
Ladies' Three Tucked Muslin
Drawers; Unloading Price..
Another delayed shipment of Ladies'
lnwn Slimmer Wrappers: all sizes;
Sl.nr. values: Unloading Sale 1
Ladies' Straw Sailors, all new goods;
Knox Styles: Toe values; "rf
Unloading Price y'
50 per cent, discount; just one-half
off your liill on all ready Trimmed
Hals; Unloading July Sale.
20 per cent discount on all Jewelry
prices: one-fifth off the bottom ot
your bill; Unloading July Sale.
K.in varris Pancv Prints, from 10 to 11
a. "111.. Monday. July 29;
loading Price, yard
No. SO Plain All
bons: aft colors ;
ing Price, yard . .
Silk Taffeta Itih-Unload-
Misses' and Children's Colored Hose.
Full Regular Mado Goods: 2r,r: val
ues:' Monday. July 2'J, Unloading
Price; per 1"1g
Ladies Kxtra Fine Black Hose; all
sizes: Elastic Kihbeal Tops; High
Spliced Heel and Double Sole;
Guaranteed Fast Color: Absolutely
Seamless; Unloading .luly
Ladies Black Hose. Drop Stitch. Full
Seamless, all styles; July
Unloading Sale "O"
Horse Goods Heavy Fly Nets, good
mint; - now is when your animal
needs them: Unloading
Carriage Dusters. Embroidered Cen
ters with fringes 011 sides; $l.2
We have others to
White Imported Marseilles Bed
o tiir-htlv soiled: worth up
to $3..')0:' Unloading Price,
to sell tbem quick
Special Turkish Towel Bargain:
,0x4r: Fnbleachcd: .c a
quality; Unloading price
Gents' Silk Shield Bows: 2"c
values; Unlor.iing price..
Sole Agents for McCall's Patterns;
allow for seams 10 and loc; n
higher, Pattern Sheets tree.
Flemish Stone Water Pitchers; one-
half gallon size; Special
nurnratpi! French China
Breakfast size: worth 33c
Special Sale Price,
Decorated Tea Cups and Saucers
match plates: worth 45c;
French China; Special Sale
Trice, each -O
Carlsbad China Cream Pitchers; nepfc
ly deeorated: worm loc eacn, ope
rial Sale Price, Q
Ton per cent discount on all Screen
Ten per cent discount on all Refriger
Ten per cent discount on all Pecrlesi
Ice Cream Freezers.