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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY JUNE K, 1910.
N acquiring the Boston
Shoe Store we succeed
ed to the largest and
best shoe business in the
To uphold this enviable
position we maintained the
capable organization of the
Boston and with their assist
ance equipped the finest shoe
store hereabouts one of the
finest in the country.
In the New M & K store
with its beautiful appoint
ments, you are assured not
only of brand new merchan
dise and brand new styles,
but better service, better se
lection and better values as
well Somewhat more for the
money than the most exact
ing would expect.
NOTE: Miss Mary
Mougin, Mr. Geo. Schwenker
and Mr. Otto Schwenker, for
many years with the Boston
Shoe store, are now with the
New M & K.
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GATHERED here for
you are the season's
true footwear fashions
Summer styles embodying
beauty of style and perfection
of fit; modes for outing, street
and dress wear for every
In this new store we've
assembled an extensive, col
lection of brand new styles
for all; correct footwear for
every type of woman; finest
foot-toggery for men in all
walks of life; catchy creations
Everything is New Re
finedFashionable. Add to
this the advantage of greater
variety and greater values
and your interest in choosing
footwear here is certain. Let
us prove it to you. It's easy
for us and good for you.
NOTE: The Boston Shoe
Store is now a part of the new
M. & K. You'll find here the
same standard lines of foot
wear and courteous service.
Trim Styles . in Women s .Low
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Distinctive styles in summer low cuts, perfect fitting pumps, with and without ankle straps, Eclipse pumps, sailor ties, buckskin ties, oxford ties, including plain toes, straight tips,
wing tips. Leathers are mirror patent colt, gun metal, Russian calf, black and white buckskin, castor or suede, black satin and tan leathers. Correct footwear for every type of wo
men, moderately priced, $1.65 to $5. Very special values $3 and $3.50. .
Misses' and Children's Pumps and Oxfords
Temptingly Priced, $1.50 to $3.50
Dainty new creations in misses' and children's pumps and
oxfords; a variety of pretty styles in the wanted leathers;
extremely low priced, $1.50 to $3.50.
Good Shoes for Girls Exceptional Values
$1.00 to $3.00
Mothers as well as the little girls like these stylish shoes
button and lace models, patent kid, gun metal and tan.
Misses' and Children's Jockey Roman Sandals
Attractively priced $1.50 to $3,50
Charming styles in Jockey Roman Bandals. made with pat
ent colt vamps, red, white and black tops, finished with pat
ent leather cuffs, $1.50 to $3.50. ,
Very Rare Values $3.50 and $4.00
Here, too, men will find the largest and finest assemblage of foot toggery in the tri-cities. The Florsheim shoe for the man who cares, $5. The M. & K. Special oxford any shape,
any leather our favorite and a perfect fitting last, $4. Twenty styles in men's oxfords at $3.50. Shoes for men in all walks of life. . ' '
Serviceable Work Shoes for Men, $2 Up.
For the good old summer tjme a
pair of M. & K. outing shoes or ox
fords. Elk hide shoes with raw
hide soles Id olive, green and rus
set; pearl gray canvas outing shoes
with elk soles. Canvas shoes and
oxfords with leather soles; black
canvas tennis oxfords with rawhide
soles.- All at popular prlees.
Best Shoes for
Oxfords In latest styles and latest
leathers, The Taft oxford, the na
tion's newest and best oxford for
boys, Goodyear welt In gun metal
and patent leathers.
Outing shoes for boys Elk hide
shoes with rawhide soles In olive,
green and russet; black canvas
tennis oxfords, rawhide soles.
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