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TEE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
TT'KSDAV. FETCH UAH Y 7. 1011.
All-over embroideries 23 laches
wide, wild rose designs, with
eyelet on. fine quality of Swiss;
our regular value $1.39, Q
priced for OJC
27-inch fiouBciags, matched sets,
600 pattern to elect from, em
broidered on floe SwIsb in latest
designs, giving the banding ef
fect to all patterns. These
matched sets inclwcie the 27, 18
and 15 ineh fiomnetnga. edging,
insertions and galoons to match,
all come in different widths,
ranging in price according to the
width, from 59c OC-
18 inches wide corset cover em
broidery in barred and dotted
Swlse. also in nainsook aad
cambric at prices rang- OC
ins from per yard 75c to "C
One lot linen, val and torchon
lace, f-dses and insertions, yaiue
to 15c; srial price Q
for this :-ale, yard OC
Lot 2 Linen, val and torchon
lace edge and insertion, value up
to 10c per yard; special O
price, per yard ...
Lot 3 White and cream colored
clnny lace, edges and insertions.
vain lac, special price
Lot 4 Persian white, cream and
black ail-ever nets and laces,
suitable for yokes and waists or
dresses, at popular prices.
THIS Annual White Goods Event, with its broad varieties, select qualities and fine econo
mies, offers conclusive evidence of our great buying ability and close touch with the world's
best source of supply. Comprising as it does the most complete selection of all the new white
fabrics for garment-making and home use, and a snowy host of new undergarments, it is pictur
esquely inviting to ajl admirers of daintiness, newness and worth. In breadth of assortment it
is in quick sympathy with every taste and need, and its unusual economies will strongly appeal to the sense of thrift.
AU-ever embroideries in Swis3,
nainsook and cambric, in a large
range of patterns and beautiful
designs, per yard C
$2.98 to OOC
Very latest in embroidery ga
loons, appliques and insertions
from 1 to 12 inches wide in lace,
Irish crochet, floral and eyelet
designs at popular prices.
Embroidered waist fronts in pret
ty eyelet and' floral design; val
ues up to 51-10; specially priced
Now is an opportune time to pur
chase beautiful all-over embroi
dery waists, very dainty pat
terns in large and small de
signs in Swiss, cambric and
nainsook; values up to 98c;
100 patterns Hamburg flounclngs
with invOTttons to match; ideal
for princess slips and combina
tion suits; we have been careful
to select insertions to match all
of these patterns, and have
priced them at Just about half of
what you have been buying
them for; the flouncings OQ
are marked only
The insertions are
Swibs and cambric edges and in
sertions; value 15c; spe- q
cial price for this sale C
18 and 27 inch wide embroidery
flouncings on Swiss and Nain
sook in Irish, crochet, floral and
eyelet patterns with galoons,
banding and insertions to match
in the various widths, r?
per yard $3.98 to JOC
Cambric and Swiss edges and in
sertions, odd and matched, in
different widths, from oc per
yard and up.
45-inch Persian lawn,
ISc grade, yard ... .
4)-inch Persian lawn,
25c grade, yard
45-inch Persian lawn.
35c grade, yard ... .
White pique, the popular material
for white suits,
32-inch embroidered serenette.
mercerized, with embroi
dered figures, yard .
By the yard will be prominently
displayed in our drnperles and
curtain goods department on the
Nottingham lace cur
tains, $2.15 val. pail
Ecrue lace curtains,
$2.50 value, pair . . .
White filet lace cur
tain. $3.75 val.. pair
Cable net lace cur
tain, $3.98 val., pair
Cable net lace cur. Q QQ
tain. 4.75 val., pair. C3i0
Nottingham lace rur- TQ
tain, $3.60 val.. rair. I- J
Ruffled Swiss Curtains
Swiss curtains, 90c
Swiss curtains, $1 00
White madras, 45c
Special on figured
sllkoline, yard ... .
Striped scrim, l.'c
Figured swiss, 18c
Bed spreads. 98c
Odd Lace Curtain at Half Price
Your Opportunity to Buy Linens Is at This
Great White Goods Sale
THIS WILL BE A GRAND OPPORTUNITY
THE saving will be attractive. The merchandise is all new, direct from importation. The
wifinrarrc ctonrl n.it nmminpntlv. as we have never shown such a beautiful line of
linens as this year, and as this White Goods Sale will be an annual one we want to make it a
memorable one. Inspect this showing and compare prices for your present and future needs
A beautiful line extra fine bed
spreads, light weight dirr'ty ef
fect, silk finish, beautiful lus
ter, in white, blue or pink and
Our line of imported bed spreads
extra large eize, scalloped, very
tine satin finish, must be seen
to be appreciated. i?Q CA
at $7.50, $8.00 andPO.3VJ
Satin damask pattern cloths,
size 8x10, in beautiful deaigm-.
26 inch napkins to match, n-
Three-yard pattern cloth, fine
double damask linens, in floral
patterns, 2G inch napkins to
rch :per .. $15.00
Three-yard pattern cloth of ex
ceptionally high grade liuen.
24 inch napkins to match, at.
Satin damask pattern cloths.
2 vards square, 24 inch nap
kins to match,
per set ...
72x72-inch pattern cloths, rose
and lily of the valley designs,
26-inch napkius to match, at,
Four-yard satin damask pattern
cloths, chrysanthemum and
ribbon design, 21-inch napkins
Hemstitched table cloth, two
yards square, fine satin damask
linen, hemstitched napkins to
500 yards sheer and medium
weight dimities in checks and
Satin damask table linen by the
yard, "2 inches wide, new de
24-inch napkins to
match, per dozen .
Sl-inch satin damask, floral and
Napkins to match,
k, floral and
tOO yards of fancy white good
etamine, stripes and Swiss ef
1000 yards figured Swiss and
barred muslin, all new
designs, yard . . .
32-inch embroidered St. Gall
Swiss, dainty woven figures,
per yard, COc
36-inch white linen fin
ished suitings, yard . .
40-inch Oalway linen, suitable
for waists and dresses, per
36-inch linen finished flaxon, a
sheer, pretty fabric similar to
yard 25c and ...
40-inch imported white voile,
this season's latest
44-inch Marquisette, an exquis
ite material for waists and
32-inch marquisette, Cf
per yard OVC
32-inch ehbroidered Marquisette,
an imported fabric of nj"
of rare quality, yd ...OOC
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We Are Now Showing Our Nev
Spring Suits in Great Profusion
The styles are correct,
passed on by the National
Cloak and Suit Buyers of
In announcing our new
line for 1911 you will
find quality, variety and
originality at moderate
A spirit of accomodation and
courtesy will be extended all
In a nutshell good goods,
fair prices, complete assortments
IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK INTO
OUR STOCK PROPOSITION.
Sole Agents For
The McCall Paper Patterns
THE FEBRUARY NUMBER IS NOW IN
The Queen of Fashion. Price per copy 5c.
Subscription price, per year, 60c, with a free pattern.
CONTENTS FOR FEBRUARY.
Children of the Very Rich Laura Crozer
A Chat With Mme. Shumann-Heiak.
The Pro and Cons of Kindergarten Mrs. Benton Chance
Some Amuoing Games for Winter Evenings Doris Richards
Women in Business Elizabeth A. Snyder
The Style of the American Women Marie Cahill
Snapshots of Celebrities.
Nancy Chats With Aunt Matilda ... Dorothy Tuke Prieetman
Dewed Diary - J. Earl Clausen
Marching Down Broaway (inueic) Martin Oreenwald
The Story of Mandy Maud P. Pool
Some Paper Fwratturo for the Doll's House ... Catherine Rembrandt
Costume for a Faacy Dreas Bail.
Adrauo F&afaion in New York.
Smart MUIioery for t&e Demi Season ..Mme. K. Heneeey
Fashions for the Debutaate Mme. Leon tine Silgnac
Garments for DistictiTe Styif colored plate) ;
Smart and Serviceable Designs; Excellent
Model for the Young Miss; Styles for the Lit
tle Folks; The Home Dressmaker; Fancy
Work Department; Needlework Departmeit.
A Chapter on Griddle Cakes: Mrs. Sarah Moore
Answers to Correspondents ; Premiums for Get
Mail orders promptly filled on all McCall
ALL THE YEAR AROUND
Either winter or summer, the wri
ting papers Made in Berkshire
are the papers that are in fashion.
Correctness, however, is but one of
the good points of the celebrated
papers. They are the very high
est Quality obtainable and excel 1
all others in the matter of color and
finish. These are some of the rea
sons why we carry them, and why
you should buy them.
109 pieces blue enameled ware with white porcelain lining, slightly
damaged, sauce, dish pans, boiling kettles, wash basins, preserving
kettles, worth up to 40c each
In this spction we will
keep alive the whole
year as there is always
something to interest the
Sidewalk pnlkies, a dandy,
Others at $2.00, $2.50 to
Large size, semi-collapsible
go-carts, with hood
and rubber tires, a vrraiul
OUR CHINA SECTION
The most beautiful displav in the tri-cities in
this section, displayed under hundreds of
Sugar and Creamers.
1 ft Genuine Bavarian aucar
and creamers, richly
tinted and dainty, in fioral
this sale, per Bet
Genuine Klf-rniiih aMns
with embnsped rm-tal
tops, assorted mottoes and fig
ures, regular 50c for
Bergen fine cut glass spoon tray,
our regular price J1.95; iill be
offered at this sale
8-inch cut glass solid bowl. rlh
cutting. In the lat st d-Kiei ;
- OO Ur regulr Ir'ce V.j. for this
Ol.jy aale priced $3 25
Our annual muplln underwear and white goods sale will
commence Monday, Feb. 6, with hundreds of attractive
We mah e home-made Candies.
Try ourPeanut Brittle and Taffy.
Valentines, Valentines a
A large assortment of im
ported valentines, nostals and
cut-outs, from theencapest and
best. See our 1-cent valentine
CO-OPERATIVE STORE CO., ROCK ISLAND
Served at the soda fountain
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. - . , . "ol l"UIt" la i'f-is rer .ni.n pwior bpoKe on woras louna in or tne congregation, and this a, wrv thtn. when all nfrsons w-re at r.,..rt lat, .,.: ' .'. ww .
in lTogrr of onrersfon Is showing any d:minuation of interest. ! Lune 5:32. "I am come to call sinners ! shown to he the rnrt r nH r,ri.- t,....A-. v.. . ' . . " . . tion.
... . , ; " - j-i-i I'luKsncjij iciigiuus. muni i meetings bean The r.rom ht frr the
Work In !tes;nera
The interest in the etang-Mistic ' surprise to pastor ai:d prople, ar.d as
!I.UKe 5:o2. "I am come to call sinners j shown to be the work of God. Chris' : least proftssediy reiieious. how rntifh meetln
to repentance." The nature of repent-j preached repentance in His first report-j more nrcefesary r.ow. when so many future
ancc, and iu place ia the progress ofied preaching. - So also did John themaLe no prtti-cxe to a religious liffe? ' ic oa v
s exceedinsrly bright. The loir , All the
ic oa which the paator will sptik tLl ' Atgus.
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