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THE HOCK ISJ-AND AKGUS. WEDNESDAY. JULY 31, 1889.
LUTE DIMICK'S DEATH.
THE WOODMEN TROUBLE.
SEPTEMBER PETIT JDRORS.
1 1-2 and 3-4
ANOTHER CASE LAWNS,
lie per yard, 10 yards for 15 cents.
1 case Cballles 2 cents.
15 dozen ladies' Chemise, lace Irim'd
and 10 dozen Drawers, well made, with
yoke bands at 19c each, both made of
Forest mills muslin.
86 dozen men's mixed summer weight
Shirts And Drawers, regular made cuffs
and ankles at 25c eash, worth 5i)c.
Nice styles men's Tennis Shirts at
45c, were 75c.
10 dozen men's cheviot work Shirts
19 cents each.
10 dozen gauze summer Corsets re
duced to 34c.
50 dozen ladits' black Ilose 8c pair,
25 dozen ladies' black Hose, warran
ted fast dye, 9o pair.
One lot fncy stripe Iloge. full regit
Jar Engixh goods, 10c pair.
One lot Indies' stripe Hose 2c pair.
One lot plain assorted colored Hose
Ooe lot men's mixed Hose lc pair.
One lot men's mixed J Hose, seam
less heels. 2c pair.
1 rate Pennine Indigo Prints 5c j'd.
v 1 bale brown Muslin yard.
20 pieces wool Tricots ISAc yard.
' K4Torae of these bargains may not be on sale before 10 o'clock on Tuesday as
. it Is a big ib to check ofT. mark and ticket Heveral large purchases of this kind,
i but we shall use our best endeavors to tret all (roods in shape to place on sale as
' soon as is possible after the opening hour, 8 o'clock.
1714. 1716. 171S. 1720 am! 1722 Nkcond Avenue, Rock Island.
FROM THE MARKET.
Our Mr. L. S. McCabe has just ret
turned after spending several days cares
fully lookiie uu all the best bargains to
be found. The result of his trip can be
seen by the annexed figures which are
but a few samples of the many drives he
Midsummer is usuallv the time for
invoicing and vacations, and but few
buyers visit the market at this time and
thousands of odd lots are ready and
waiting for buyers with the "quick
McCabe Bros, learned years ago the
value of July trips to the market and
are thus always ready with
HOT WEATHER BARGAINS
that other merchants only dream of.
Their offerings for this week consist
of many closing lots of manufacturers
and commission men, who were ready to
make large sacrifices in order to close the
accounts for the season with their prin
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 7fc.
" " 35c.
" " 2"c.
Clearing price 48c.
" " 3Sc.
" " 27c.
All late styles. These prices are for these days only.
KINGSBURY &. SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
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 dry
cold air which no ohtcr can equal, and has preserved fresh meats three
weeks in the hottest weather. Produces better results with less ice
than any other Refrigerator. The flues of the
do not require cleaning as do other makes, heing 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 others.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR ROCK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
is one array of beauty with its loada of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
The Verdict or the Coraer' Jury a
to It Came The Faaeral Tula
The coroner') jury in the inquest over
the body of Lute D. Dimick finally ar
rived at a conclusion shortly before S
o'clock last evening, when a verdict was
returned that Dimick "came to his death
by a pistol shot wound, said pistol being
then and there In the hands of his wife,
Mrs. Elizabeth Dimick. on the night of
the 27lh day of July, A. D., 1889, in a
certain house. No. 117 Nineteenth street,
in the city or Rock Island, county of
Rock Island ai d state of Illinois."
There sectne 1 to have been a decided
difference of opinion among the members
of the jury as to their jurisdiction.
Some believed it their duty to usurp the
powers of the circuit court, while one of
the number believed a verdict of acciden
tal shooting iustifiable. The jury in the
end, however, brought its decision as
nearly within the range of consistency
with the e vide ice before as it could have
been expected. It makes no charges.
and under the circumstances had no right
or reason to.
Early this miming Undertaker Clough
took tne remtins of L. D. Dimick to
the home of bin father, O. J. Dimick, on
Elm street, wnere the funeral services
were held at 9 o'clock. Only the mem
bers of the family, the widow and bcr
relatives and a few very near friends
were present. It was an event of deep
sorrow and ploom, such as can be
better thought than expressed. There
were some beautiful floral designs, in
eluding an anchor and a pillow with the
letters "L. D. D," and a wreath, those
contributing the flowers being Conduc
tors T. V. Strain and John Sullivan, and
Messrs. Chas. McIIugh, Wm. Stengel,
Henry Frick at d Mr. Woods. The solemn
ceremony was conducted by Rev. J. H. C.
Read, of the First Baptist church of Mo-
line, who made a few touching remarks
on the inezprt ssible sorrow and misfor
tune of the affair, and commended
the stricken ones to look for counsel to
One who knew all sides of the case and
who alone cou d give strength sufficient
to bear up under the severe affliction
The T. K. quaitette, of Davenport, sang
impressively "Consolation," "Cast Thy
Burden on the Lord" and "Abide With
The pall bea-ers were Messrs. Adair
Pleasants, Wm . Stewart, Thos. Strain
John Sullivan, Chas. Mcllugh and Robert
Fullerton. At the grave the T. K. quar
tette sang, as it atone can, "Lead Kindly
Light," and after a brief service the body
of L. D. Dim ck was shut out from
human view ftrever.
The mother of the deceased was too
prostrated to attend the funeral, while
the father and wife, both of whom have
borne up with heroic fortitude all along,
broke down co npleU:!wuen the last of
the one for whom With had so often
shown their unflinching love and devo
tion, was lowered into its final resting
The St. Paul is due down from La-
The Golden Gate took an excursion to
Port Byron toe ay.
The Pittsburg will be down at 4 o'clock
The Sidney will be up Friday evening,
through to St. Paul without change.
A rate war it- raging between the Pia
mond Joe and Saints Line Packet com
panies, and the Jo line is carrying pas
sengers from Keokuk to St. Louis for f 1
for the round trip.
The Burlington Gazette of last evening
says: "The s .earner Mary Morton ar
rived here from the south at 9 o'clock this
morning and departed shortly after 1
o'clock this afttrooon on her way to St.
Paul. She is a day late on account of
the difficulty experienced in getting a
crew of deck hands at St. Louis on her
last trip down. The officers found it im
possible to gft a full crew and were
obliged to lea' e light handed. A num
ber of roustabouts were engaged at this
The Noutli Park hm.el.
A large congregation was present at
the South Park chapel last evening.
Rev. W. S. Marquis, of the Broadway
church, preached an excellent sermon
A bible stud; by the teachers of the
school and ot'icrs interested followed,
when officers were elected as follows:
Superintendent C C Mclntire.
Assistant Sjperintendent Dr J W
Secretary Miss Ruth Atkinson.
Treasurer Charles 8 tjuayle.
Organist Miss Flora Fry.
Next Sunday the first anniversary of
the school will be celebrated with appro.
priate exerciseii including recitations, etc
and an address. The school has been
self-sustaining in every particular and in
addition there has been raised and con
tributed $103 to the fund for the erection
of the chapel. This fact is exceedingly
gratifying to ti e school, but they attribute
the greater share of the credit to the un
ceasing labors of Rev: Marquis.Dr. J. W
Stewart and Mr. C. C. Mclntire.
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
The F.lertric Alarm.
The fire and water committee of the
city council and the chief and assistant
chief of the Hock Island volunteer fire
department, cave an audience to Mr
Rolf, represen .ative of the American fire
alarm telegraph last evening, and the lat
ter offered to put in a satisfactory service
for $3,000 and not ask for money until
1891, after which the amount would be
payable in yeurly installments of $1,000
each with interest. The committee, of
course, could c o nothing but consider the
proposition aid agree to refer it to the
council. It is very reasonable and the
council would do well to accept it.
A new code of rules goes into effect on
the C, B. & Q. AuguBt 10. The officials
have recently spent considerable time in
revising the t ntire code of rules and al
though but fe'f changes have been made
the whole bulky aggregate has been put
in a much mote condensed and practical
form. The heads of departments are
now going ov r the line instructing the
HrKinalr'it Warfare on Head Consul!
RootWhat Mtarted It.
Rumors have been going the rounds of
the press for a few weeks past and to
which the Akotjs has already alluded.
that there had been a rumpus in the well
known and fast growing mutual insur
ance society known as the Modern Wood
men of America, owing to a disagreement
between Head Consul Root and Head
Physician McEinnie, the latter of Moline,
and that sensational developments were
likely to occur. The story that has been
going about seems to have been that just
before the last session of the head camp
Head Physician McEinnie, it is said, de -
veloped a great desire to become head
consul, but his popularity among the
delegates was not equal to the rumored
desire, for he was not so chosen, Head
Consul Root being returned to the office.
Then came the rumor that Dr. McEinnie,
who felt "sore," and to get even, had the
head consul's books examined, on the
charge that considerable money belong
ing to the order had been fraudulently
diverted from the proper place into the
head consul's pockets.
The answer the investigation committee
gave, was that there had been no fraud,
and that no money belonging to the order
bad been stolen.
To retaliate, gossip again stated, on
lamination the head physician was re
ported to have "passed"' upon 1,000 more
certificates in the past year than the head
camp had, and had thus pocketed a cool
thousand in fees.
But now comes the Chicago Inter-Ocean
with a dispatch from its Elgin correspon
dent to this effect:
Dr. Mammen, of Bloomington; August
Smith, of DesMoines, and S. J Caswell,
of Rockford, all directors or high officers
of the Modern Woodmen, were here
yesterday trying to adjust a difference of
opinion, and things existing between the
head consul. J. C. Root, and the head
physician. Dr. P. L. McEinnie.
Another paper at hand, under recent
date, says: "The 1 rouble has been set
tled amicably." As the Clinton JWu
truthfully remarks: Let us hope so, for
an order giving as reliable insurance, at
as little money as the Modern Woodmen
of America has for some five years past,
is too valuable to wreck on the ambitions
of one or two men whom the order could.
a pinch, get along without.
The F.I hi Anion Cane.
The preliminary hearing of the Law
rence Eighth arson case was resumed be -fore
Magistrate Wivill this morning.
Hans Shroeder testified to the effect that
he had had considerable trouble with
Eihl on the subject of Mr. Albrecht's
daughter, whom he (Schroeder) married,
and they had come to blows over the
matter; and that he lived in the same
block with Schneider's grocery and had
heard of serious threats on the part of
Ferdinand Roth swore to having heard
Eihl make threats about Schroeder on ac
count of him marrying his girl, and had
heard him say he would shoot her if she
Eihl swore that on the night before the
fire he sat up all night with his sick
father in company with Peter Summers,
a member of the Druid society, and was
home at 4:30, the time the fire was diss
covered, and went to the Cable hose
house and joined his company when the
alarm sounded; that he was not away
from home prior to that time that night
Peter Sommers testified that he sat up
with Mr. Eihl Saturday night and left the
house about half past four. Lawrence
Eihl, the defendant, was at home when
he left. He did not think it was to ex
ceed ten minutes from the time he left
Eihl until he beard the fire alarm. This
was important evidence for the defense.
Miss Lizzie Eihl was the next witness
and elated positively that her brother left
the yard in response to the fire alarm.
ThoeWho Will Serve mm Ueatlemea
of the Jury at the Kent Trria of the
This morning Sheriff Silvis, County
Clerk Donaldson and Circuit Clerk Gam
ble drew the following panels of petit
jurors to serve at the September term of
the circuit court:
Cordova E W Elliott.
Coe Theodoie Marshall, Wm Dillon.
Port Byron J W Williamson.
Hampton Joseph Albright.
Moline J E Groom, J P Flemming,
James Ewing, Joseph Eipp, Ed Coiup
South Moline Joseph F Smith John
Weckel. B F Simpson.
Rock Island Chas. Hodges, Sewall
Dodge, John F Bollinan, II Brockman.
U Kirsch, W Scully, 8 J Woodin,
Michael Corcoran, John Taylor, W P
Quayle, Dennis Coleman, John Scbafer,
11 C McConnell.
South Rock Island Wm Ro98.
Coal Valley Keene Crockett, Robert
Rural James H Waters, LE Wilson.
Edgington W D McLaughlin, J V
Bowling Francis Connelly, A W
Andalusia Seth Lehman.
Cordova Joseph Forsyth.
Coe Geo Hunt.
Zuma Samuel Bryant.
Hampton Anton Fcidler. Jame9 Cook.
Moline Fred L Edwards, Cbas As-
wege, J A Sholen. Geo A Lovcjoy. August
Schafer. Fred Shaw, Peter Eneberg.
Eric Munson, Wm O Long, John Brandt,
W J Sanborn.
South Moline A F Need.
Rock Island Charles Ritze, John
Stewart, H H Robb, Geo Perry, J W
Stewart. A Ramser, Jacob Ohlweiler,
Henry Empke, Henry Einner, W H
South Rock Island John Behan.
Black Hawk Miles Eehoe. Fred Ilcv-
erling. Wm Eale, John McGinley.
Coal itlley Chas Lvener.
Bowling A Martin.
Rural James Sollenberger.
Edgington Oscar Burner.
For several weeks reports have been
busily circulated and many people un
doubtedly afforded occupation thereby,
that a difficulty had sprung up between
the C , R. I. & P. railroad and the Dav
enport & Rock Island Railway company,
and as a result that Mr. Holmes had been
enjoined from using the bridge line. The
matter was casually mentioned to Supt.
Schnitger this morning:
"Yes, I have heard the reports," he
said, "and you can say from me and for
Mr. Holmes that there is not a word of
truth in them. The articles of agreement
between our company and the C, R. I.
& P. are all signed and are in
my office in Davenport. We have
as much use of the bridge track
as we ever will or ever want, and will
bring cars over them tomorrow for the
circus crowd, but we have not inaugu
rated the Davenport and Rock Island
line for two simple reasons; one is on
account of the difficulty in getting suita
ble horses now as farmers are too busy to
talk selling at reasonable prices a fact
that is demonstrated when I tell you
have just got the lines on this side fully
restocked and the other is that we don'
wut to commence until our double
tracks are completed as far west as Fif
teenth street. We don't want any more
cars in our way than are necessarj while
the paving is going on."
Officer Eramer picked up a little name
less "wanderer on Second avenue this
morning, which was soon claimed by
Marshal Miller's eport for July shows
police fees, $19.55; fines, 1139.30; light!
reported out, 18; state cases, 21; city
cases, 41; jail bill for June and July,
In Justice Cooke's court this morning
Henry Fuhlendorf and his wife and Al
bert Redmond and his wife aired their
neighborly differences, and the court,
after taking all facta into consideration
fined each family f 3 and divided the costs
between them. Redmond bad been ar
rested twice before and fined for abusive
language on complaint of the Fuhlen
dorfs, and this morning the 'squire
thought a little more of the same medi
cine might work advantageous results to
The Mtreet Improvement.
Larkin Jt Stephens are putting in the
curbing about Union Square and will be
n readiness to lay the brick walks in a
Atkinson & Oloff have ordered all the
brick they want for the paving of Second
avenue, the brick for all except the street
car tracks from the Galcsburg Pressed
Brick company, and that for the car corns
pany from the Bardolph Brick company.
The limestone for the curbing has been
shipped from Anaraosa and is expected
daily . On its arrival the paving will
commence in earnest, and it is to be hoped
that all the necessary piping will have
been completed by that time.
For a man's
Suit at the M. & E.
This was muster day on the island.
This weather will do very well, thank
The cheapest watermelons in the city
Men's suits $2 63, $ 2 93 and upward
at the M. E.
Capt. T. J. Robinson's condition con
Tomorrow will be the last day of the
rebate shoe sale at the M. &E.
As advertised the rebate shoe sale at
the M. & E. ends tomorrow, Aug. 1.
Thursday. August 1, is positively the
last day of the rebate shoe sale at the M.
Engineer F. L. Bliss and daughter.
Miss Lulu, have gone on a visit to Lin
The entire stock of Dimick's livery
stable for sale at a bargain. Enquire of
The steamer Caffrev deposited a fine
raft at Weyerhauser ife Denkman's mill
A numl)cr of Freeport capitalists have
organized a stock company for the man
ufacture of bicycles.
The old building back of the Harper
house has been removed. It bad become
an eje sore and is better out of the way.
Better m&Ke baste and supply yourself
and family with footwear now before
the ending of the special shoe sale at the
M . & E.
Supt. Schnitger has gotten an extra
number of cars in order to carry the mul
titudes to the show grounds in Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Dusinberre have
secured the suburban home of Mrs.
Elizabeth Harper on Aiken street and
will occupy it the remainder of the Bummer.
Davenport defeated Burlington yester
day by a score of 5 to 0. The respective
batteries were Rhinos and Harrington
and Stephens and Childs. The same two
clubs play today and tomorrow.
Now that the special sale of shoes at
the Ai. & E. is coming to a close a vig
orous clearing out in their clothing de
partment will be commenced at once.
Menssuits will be started at $2 68, $2.93,
$3 93 and upward.
A Eansas man claims to have discov
ered a process for converting watermelon
juice into the finest kind of vinegar. The
product of a twenty -three acre melon
patch yielded f 10,000, according to the
rather fishy tale narrated by a Eansas
newspaper. 1 he whole slate is anxious
to fin I the receipt for turning watermel
on juice into merchanable vinegar.
The Rodman Rifles leave for Camp
Lincoln at Springfield at 5:15 next Mon
day morning by special train over the C,
IS. & O road. Company F will join
them at Moline, the Sterling company at
Barstow, the Cambridge company at
Lynn and the Monmouth and Oalesburg
companies at Galesburg. The Sixth reg
lment will be in camp a week.
Edna Grace Beal, daughter of Col. L.
W. Beal, of Cherokee, Iowa, formerly of
Rock Island, died at the residence of
Willard Baker. 722 Twentieth street at
2 p. m. today, aged sixteen years and
nine months. Consumption was the
cause of her death. She had come to
Rock Island with hopes of benefitting her
health, though she was given up before
Mr. E. Turner, who has been in charge
of the local agency of the Adams Ex
press company since its establishment
here, has been promoted and appointed
agent at Duluth, Mian., and will be sue
ceeded in Rock Island by Geo. Stanberry
at present a messenger on the Iowa di
vision of the C, M. & St. P. Mr. Tur
ner has proved a most energetic and
agreeable agent, and has won many
friends among the business men and
public generally in Rock Island.
Item Bant Hale Tharsdar. Friday and
Matarday, An(tt 1, Eafj.
elypediaa Uiven Away.
We will sell on the above dates at
the centre counter of room 103 of our
store all remnants that have accumulated
during the great clearing sale. The
great collection consists of remnants and
short lengths of crashes, table linens,
muslins, shirtings, tickings, flannels,
prints, ginghams, linings, sateens, lawns,
laces, embroideries, ruchings, ribbons,
black goods, colored dress goods, plushes
We inventory stock next week and
will sacrifice on the prices of these rem
nants that they may be sold before.
But this is not all that will be at the
Boston Store to attract, commencing
with this sale Thursday, Aug. 1.
WE WILL PRESENT A DRADUUBV'S EN
of practical information to any per
son purchasing goods to the amount
of $20 .00. It is not necessary that
this amount be purchased all at one
time. Tickets will be furnished cus
tomers on wjiicb the amount of each pur
chase will be punched and when pur
chases to the amount of 20 have been
made, we will take pleasure in present
ing the encyclopedia which is a large val
uable work regularly sold for $6. In order
to secure the benefit of this opportunity
purchases to this amount must be made
puortoSept. 15. as all tickets remain
ing out at that date will be cancelled.
Hahned. Pirsel & Von Maur,
101. 103, 105, cor. Second and Brady
The Xfw iir Horn.
The new Moline avenue barns of the
Moline & R.ck Island Railway company
are completed and are a credit to the city.
They were built by W. A. Guthrie. They
were described in the Argcs at the time
the plans were drawn, and provide for
fifty two cars and ninety-two horjes, be
sides having oil room, wash room, repair
and blacksmith shop and othtr firstclass
conveniences. Assistant Supt. Hill is
very proud of them.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
All narties knowing themselves in.
debled to me will please call and settled.
i-. J. agner, 414 Tenth street.
The many remarkable cures Hood's
Sarsaparilla accomplishes are sufficient
proor mat it does possess peculiar cura
A good resolution is a fine starting
point, but as a terminus it has no value.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
Under Rock leland Boose.
COOK, ICKES & CO.,
My residence and adjoining property
on Elm street or any or all of my prop
erty in the citv. Enquire of J. C.
Adams, or O. J. Dimick.2350 State street,
Under the Harper House.
We make a specialty of tbc manufac
ture of tbe
Boquet.' 10 Cent Cigar.
all kltcu of
and Smokers articles always on hand.
in the three cities is
lc Cream made from pure Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will con vice all that It con
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kinds, farntsbed on
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Bats 6 per cent and 7 per
Continue for another week their Discount Sale on
Plaid, Checked and Striped White Goods.
This week will see the stock reduced to the proper
point and the usual prices will prevail there
after. It will pay yon to buy our
Our Embroidery stock is still too large. Will continue
the Discount Sale this week 1 G off on all embroideries
We will show you a handsome assortment of Wash
goods in domestic and French Satteens, Shallies, Seer
Ttock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
1 ':;l'f -i.-v
TWO HILAIOX DOLLAR
Laoed by na wiihoat kaa to any client.
ty Call or write for circular and reference.
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fjaai aii i j ra rar mrrf awr a aia aaf
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
OLEN1ANN & SBALZMANN.
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
Geo. W. D. Hetrris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial Ilotel,
First class Insurance at lowest rates.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
A fine laree houfe with all modern improve
ment, good barn, trees, etc, 3 cr of land, fine
location, just outkide the city limit? near the
street care: rnean,eay terra.
A nice nnck residence, wnh allmodetn improve
ments, larire grounds, on Klic street, for sale t heap
on easy terms
Two story dwelling, six room, po.nl well, cit
tern and cellar, larro ham acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
New house, rood cellar and cistern, larjre lot,
finely located in Dodge's addition on the liluff.
A ood house and improvements v,iih about t
acres of land suitable for gardenine about three
miles from Kock Island for sale cheap.
tl.ooo will boy 8( acres of land, partly improv
ed, in Cordova township.
f-2,500 will boy a irood xn acre farm, trood im
provements, on reasonable terms.
A first- clas 0 acre farm, with good improve
menis, in Bowline township, cheap.
A No. 1 one hundred and Mitv acre farm, wltb
first-class improvement", cheap.
A nice bl.ff property, larRe pronnds. hade
trees, fruits, e:c, cheap.
Two or throe acres ou the bluff, fine Imd for
Four and one-half arres of land on the bluff
nicelv located for lots.
Some of the best lots In Dodge's addition on
A cood lot on the hlnffin Kodman'a subdivis
(toil will bnv a fine V, acre- lot just outside city
Hiti is. on bluff.
f I,.') will bay over 4 acres with house, barn,
etc.. ou bluff.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK,
ROCK ISLAND. II.L.
Big Cut in Prices
Schneider's Shoe Stores-
Children's Shoes, worth f .50 for .30 Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth 5.00 for 4 25
Children's Shoea, " 1.00 " .70 Ladies' Fine Shoes. " 4 50 " 3.50
Children's Shoes, 1.15" .90 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 3 00
Children's Shoes. " 1.50" 1.15 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 3.00" 2.50
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 2 50 - 2.00
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 " -75 Ladies' Lace Shoes, " 1.78" 100
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,75 Base Ball Shoea- - 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.
ISfCall and see us.
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