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THE, HOCK ISLAND AKGUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 18b9.
Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK SIOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
-"Estimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application.
1617 Second avenne,
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
2T"Call and see them.
. RADIANT HOME.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.,
80LK AGENTS FOR
; is one array of beauty with its loads of new
(Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
t the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
Rook Island, Ills.
1705 Secend Avenue.
Opposite Harper House.
THE ADVANCING AGE.
Regular Met ting of the Improve
fqaar-, the Hnek aad Hi
Factory , trtreet laaprovrMeata,
ttrett Kailiraya aad Otfcrr ' Kater
The regular month- meeting of the
Rock Island C tlzens' Improvement asso
ciation waa held at the rooms in the
Harper theatrj building last evening.
Second Vice-President Wm. Jackson
presiding, and Secrclery T. J. Medill.
Jr., at his tabh .
The names of Messrs. J. C. Rasmnssen,
P. W. Beokith, Uobt. Wall. V. A.
Guthrie. Char. Yerbury, Louis Mosen
felder and F. C. Hemenway were pro
posed and admitted to membership by
The commit nex were railed, and under
the duties of the beautifying committee,
Mr. Jackson culled attention to the con
dition of the main square as unsightly,
and sad n fle.nion on the good tastes of
the citizens. He thought it ought to be
filled, and fllle 1 this fall, so that it may
settle this winter, and the work
of beautifying begun early in
the spring. In the discussion which
sustained las .. idea advanced hj
Mr. Jackson the general opinion was
that Union iqnare should have re
ceived attent on as well as Frank
lin square th s summer; that while the
improvements at the latter square were
heartily commended, they grew out of the
proposition t beautify Union square,
which should have at least had as much
attention. It was the sentiment, too. thai
the public building project on Union
square was good idea; it should be
rilled neverthc less at once, and its present
ragged appearance should not be suffered
to remain until the matter of a building
is fully decilcd. It should be rilled at
once, whether a building is to be erected
or not. The beautifying committee was
thereupon instructed to visit the council
at ita Beit meeting, and urge upon that
body the importance of having the work
done this fall.
The street improvement committee re
ported progress in the paving projects
now under way and in contemplation.
Under the head of Hennepin canal,
Capt. Peetz reported that Mr. Bailey
Davenport t ad informed him that the
surveyors who recently visited this vicin
i t y had local -d the line of the survey to
the Mississippi along the canal this side
of R x-k rivet and almost directly at the
foot of the watch tower.
In the line of new industries, the sub
ject of the brick and tile factory hereto
fore discussed was airs in introduced and
the very probable demand for brick pav
ing material not only here, but in Dav
enport. Moliie, Muscatiue and Clinton
next year, all of which may be supplied
from this city, was brought up. and Mr.
R. Cramptoo also reported the perfec
tion of plans for the boulevarding and
paving of Eighteenth street from Third
avenue to Seventh avenue early in the
spring. Mr. Jackson stated, too, that
the property holders on Twentieth street
desired the t enefits of curbed and pavei
streets next year. Mr. II. D. Folsom,
from the brick fsctory committee ap
pointed at tie last meeting, reported hav
ing talked with Messrs. E. P. Reynolds
and T. J. Robinson on the subject
of a brick factory, and both were pleased
with the idea, and not only ex
pressed the r belief that one would
be practical) e and profitable, but their
willingness to lake stork in such an enter
prise. Mr. Folsom also reported that
careful investigation warranted the be
lief that the best possible clay for paving
brick exists in the eastern part of the
city, very convenient to the railways and
be urged tb: association to take action
upon the subject at once. The report
waa receive 1 with much enthusiasm and
Messrs. Wm. Jackson and John Peetz
were added to the committee with in
structions t push the project.
When the committee on street railways
was called, Mr. Wm. Jackson called up
the matter of the Central Electric Street
Railway, of Moline, and spoke of the ad
vantage of having this connection witb
the southeastern bluffs of Moline, if it
can secure a convenient right of way into
tne city. Messrs. R. Cramplon and
John Peetz also spoke on the subject, the
drift of the remarks being that a new
right of way notincludingTwentysfourth
street or Second avenue, the coun
cil would receive witb favor, and
upon mot on the committee on street
railways was instructed to assist the
company in selecting a convenient right-of-way
to ihe centre of the city, and to
urge upon the council the desirability of
granting it under those circumstances.
The committee on free bridges was
called, and a warm discussion of the
Rock river bridges and the advisability
of making them entirely free, followed.
The very urgent demand for a savings
bank in l ock was brought up, the opin
ion being idyanced that there was at least
a million dollars in the savings banks of
Davenpor. that rightly belongs to Rock
Island, and the association adjourned
with the ciatu r under discussion, and the
determination to give the subject a more
thorough utudy at the next meeting.
The reception given by Mrs. M. M.
Briggs at her borne corner of Third ave
nue and Thirteenth street yesterday after
noon, waii a moat elaborate affair, about
eighty-fit e being present from Daven
port, Rtck Island and Moline. The
menu wai prepared with good taste and
was served by Terrell's efficient corps.
Mr. an 1 Mrs. J. J. Reimers entertained
a little p irtj last evening in honor of
Mrs. Reiner' birthday, and only re a
Uvea weie present.
TJ. 9. Signal Orriri. I
Washington. 1). C. Oct. 11. f
For tie next 24 hours for Illinois:
Fair and warmer.
The otdy complexion powder In the
world that ia without vulgarity, without
injury U the user, and without doubt
beauuflf r, is Pozzonii.
TUE DOCTORS' SOCIETY.
laarterljr Mediae af the Iowa aaa
llllaoi t'eatral IMatriet Aaaoelatlaa
at the Tower---I.ady Gaeata.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Iowa and Illinois Central District Medi
cal society was held yesterday afternoon
at Black Hawk's Watch tower, the spot
being chosen as a diversion from the or
dinary run of business transacted by the
society, and also as an evidence of the
desire on the part of the Illinois members
to reciprocate the courtesies extended by
the Davenport members of the profession
at the previous meeting held in that city.
The meeting was called to order at
11:30 by Dr. L. D. Dunn, of Moline,
president of the association. Secretary O.
L. Eyster, of this city, also being press
ent, together with the following other
members: Drs. E. II. Hszen, A. W.
Cantwell, J. P. Crawford. J. A. DeAr
mond and J. W. H. Baker, Davenport;
Drs. P. Gregg, C. Truesdale, S. C.
Plummer, G. G. Craig, Rock Island; Dr.
E. U. Bowman, Andalusia, and Dr. Wats
ren Hunter, Hampton; Dr. C. F. Kin
niman and C. S. Minge, of Davenport,
were visitors. The morning meeting was
devoted wholly to routine proceedings,
which included the election to member
ship in the organization of Dr. Geo. A
Wiggins, of Milan.
Adjournment was then taken to din
ner, which Mr. II. F. Lamp had spread
in the Plark Hawk pavilion and to which
the attending physicians did the same
credit that the repast did to Mr. Lamp.
This part of the exercises was brightened
by the presence of Mesdames Gregg,
Truesdale, Dunn, Craig and Eyster; Mrs.
A. C. Dart, and Misses Annette Boa
man, Hattic Carter and Nellie Hunter.
On reassembling. Dr. J. P. Crawford,
of DaveDport. read a very interesting
paper on "Ascending and Descending
Diphtheria," and a lengthy and instruc
tive discission of the paper and the sub
ject followed, In wbich most physicians
The society meets in Davenport next
Jni.n V. Tremaa and 911mm lellle M.
Ityrr How Reseat h It tVeddiar
The marriage of Mr. John W. Tre
man and Miss Nellie M. Dyer was
solemnized at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Dyer.
825 Thirty-fifth street, last evening. Rev.
A. B. Meldrum, of the Central Presbyte
rian church, being the officiating clergy
roan. The attendants were Mr. Henry
W. T rem an and Miss Lillie Mirfield and
Mr. Geo. W. Huber and Miss Louise
flaller, of Moline. There were a large
number of guests present from the three
cities, and also Mrs. Harriet Tinker and
Mr. Geo. Tucker, of Chicago. The room
was prettily decorated with evergreen
and golden rod. At the conclusion of the
ceremony the bridal party and friends sat
do'wn to an elaborate wedding supper.
Mr. and Mrs. Treman received a great
number of elegant, useful and ornamen
tal gifts, evincing the esteem in which the
worthy young couple are held. The
groom is a son of our well known citizen
and pioneer meat mtrket proprietor,
Mr. Henry Treman, and is associated with
his father in business at 1.7(H) Third ave
nue. The bride is the charming and ac
complished daughter of James W. Dyer,
one of the roost popular engineers on the
Rock Island road.
The newly wedded couple left last
evening for a two weeks' bridal trip to in
elude Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and
Minneapolis. On their return they will
commence housekeeping on Third avenue
between Eleventh and Twelfth streets.
Wednesday evening Mr. Wm. Schmitt
and Miss Laura A. Schandler were united
in marriage by Rev. A. B. Meldrum et
the bride's borne on Fourteenth street and
Pol Ire Poiata.
Truant Officer B. H. Kimball filed
charges before Justice Cooke today
against Chas. Miller and Thomas Fahey
for violation of the compulsory education
law. This is the first case in Rock Is
land under the law and the outcome will
be awaited with considerable interest.
Ellen Hall and Birdie Marshall, two
daughters of Ham, residing on Moline
avenue, ventilated the circumstances of a
serious difference of opinion before Mag
istrate Wivill this morning, and the con
sequence was that Miss Marshall was
fined 3 and costs for improper lan
Fred Gassleman, of Moline, was fined
$3 and costs for reckless driving.
STOP AND IlEAJ)
What pt Cath will do at May a Vrt-
13 pounds of granulated sugar for $1
13 pounds A sugar for $1.
4 pounds best Golden Rio coffee for
May's patent flour $1.20 per sack.
nugar-curea shoulder tij cents per
siar cnewing tooacco 411 cents per
Patent gloss starch 4 cents per pound
Our Pearl' soap 7 bars for 25 cents.
Baker's chocolate 40 cents per pound.
Silver Moon stove polish S cents per
package, and all other goods proper
tionally low. Call before buying and
Mrs. Mattie Bramann died suddenly
at 11 o'clock this morning.at the home of
her brother, Rudolph Schwecke, 3.0S9
Fifth avenue. Deceased waa thirty
years, five months and eleven daya of
age, was born in Andoyer. Germany,
where her parents still live, and had been
in Rock Island four years. Her relatives
here were her brothers Rudolph, Her
man and nenry, and her sister Annie.
The funeral will be held from Mr.
Scbwecke's residence at 2 o'clock Sunday
afternoon. Friends of the family are in
vited. Hard Coal B arkst.
Blacksmiths' wcoal. grate and egg,
f7.50; etove. No. 4 and nut, $7.75 per
ton, screened and delivered; 25 cents
per ton discount allowed if paid within
ten days. Channel coal for grates, f 6
per ion. jnow is the time to buy.
E. G. Fbazkb.
M. & K. for footwear.
Dressed chickens at May's.
Nice chickens at Browner's.
New sweet cider at Bennett's.
Oysters and celery at Browner's. -Celery
and oysters at Bennett's.
Oy sters and celery at F. G. Young's.
Boys' caps 25 cents at the M. A. K.
Dressed chickens at P. G. Young's.
Dressed chickens at C. C. Truesdale't.
Gilt edge shoe polish at the M. &. K.
Catawba grapes at C. C. Truesdale's.
Choice Hubbard squash at C. C. Trues
dale's. The Burleigh combination is at the
Nice grapes and cranberries at F. G.
Dressed chickens in the morning at
Choice eating and cooking apples at F.
Fresh, strictly pure home made mince
meat at May's.
Hubbard squash and sweet pumpkins
Mr. Sam Heagy. of Hampton, was in
the city today.
Those $2 men's shoes at the M. & K.
Good strong, long boys' pants 50 cents
Embroidered slippers for men 75 cents
at the M. & K.
Prices on underwear cut in two at
Mr. Fred Weyerhauser and family have
arrived in New York.
For richt down good bargains in hnva'
suits go to Goldsmith's.
New England buckwheat and new Ver
mont maple syrup at Browner's.
Red school house shoes for children at
special prices at the M. & K.
Gentlemen's Canton flannel ohiria nnlv
35 cents at the Golden Eagle.
Boys' underwear only 22 cents at the
Golden Eagle others ask 40 cents.
Best pure woolen hosiery only 20 cents
at the Golden Eagle worth double.
Swii's candee all wool underwear, in
three shades, at 90 cents at Goldsmith's.
The largest line of Windsor caps to be
found in the three cities is at the Golden
Mr. Chas. H. Yore has returned from
a visit to his brother, J. H. Yore, at St.
Melton, Kersey and chinchilla over
coats cheaper than elsewhere at Gold
smith's. 150 children's suits, ages 4 to 13,
slaughtered at 1.50 to $2.50 at Gold
smith's. Mr. and Mrs. Ennls Anniildinir hav
returned from their wedding trip to the
Mr. R. A. Mclntire, of Wilt, Iowa,
is in the city visiting his mh, Mr. C. C.
Scotch gray underwear 35 cents, fine
quality of merino 25, 40 and 50 cents at
the M. A K.
Just received at H. Deulsch's. 25 pieces
of flannel. 45 inches wide, aellinir at ia
cents per yard.
A very fine line of gentlemen'a boots,
made expressly for M. A K.. have just
Geo. II. Hamilton, advance agent for
the juvenile actor. Master Frankie Jones,
is in the city.
Gents' heavy shirts only $1. 50 at the
Golden Eagle. AH competitors ask f 2
or the same goods.
A fine lot of rnrilpit rsBhmM t 101
cents per yard at U. Deutsch's, 111 West
Sicond street, Davenport.
Something verv fine in ladies' Ihpr front
shoes, with patent tips and trimming can
be found at the M. & K.
Over 50 dozen Jersev ribbed vesta anld
at H. Deutsch's. No. Ill West Second
street. Davenport, for 25 cents.
A full line of W. B. and P. D. corsets
can be found at H. Deutsch's. No. Ill
West Second street, Davenport.
A compromise was effected with the
aborers on the Third avenue water main
this morning, and work was resumed.
A telegram came to Moline tvvl. an.
nanncing the death at Denver of Mr.
puen v aiaer, iormeny 01 Moline.
Gentlemen's Scotch crev undervear
considered dirt cheap at 75 cents, can be
L. . .1 - . ...
unu ai 01) ren is ai me uoiden agle.
The Stiilwater sunk a barge above Mo
line chain this afternoon with Rim hnahela
of coal on board valued at about f 100.
E very bod v knows that the re ia nn
trading place like the M. & EL either for
truthfulness, economy or variety of style.
Three fine dwellings for rent one on
Eighteenth street, and two on Twentv
sixth street. Apply at once to W. C.
What other dealers are selling as great
bargains in the underwear li n at ft!) enta
the Golden Eagle will sell you for 25
Parlor suits and fancv chairs in endleaa
variety at tne u. r. Adams Home Fur
nishing House, 322 Brady street, Daven
port. There is a new billiard player in Rock
Island, and the famous knight of the cue,
William Catton, is the happiest man in
"Oh mamma, how they kick and blow I
But if you want to buy underwear" go
to the Golden Eagle where you can save
15 per cent.
Regular $2.50 stiff hats going this week
at 1.50 at the Golden Raaln .nrt
examine these goods, which are the latest
Have you seen the line of gentlemen's
trousers the Golden Katrle la uliifio .1
f 1.75T If not. call and examine before
they are all sold.
Children's suiU, the very latest, six
different stvles. vour choice 't2 85' at th.
Golden Eagle. No suit In the lot worth
less than f 3.
Mr. J. F. Stewart, superintendent of
the Illinois division of the American Ex
press company, is in the city visiting
Oii cloths, mattings and wire mats 10
per cent cheaper at the C. F. Adams
Home Furnishing House, 322 Brady
Very cheap loans by the Rock Island
Building association, Tuesday evening.
Oct. 15, 1889. Premiums from 18 to 20
per cent. E. H. Guyer, Sec.
Supts. Kerable, of Rock Island, and
W. H . Hatch, of Moline, are in Engle
wood, attending the meeting of the
Northern Illinois Teachers' association.
Over 300 fur muffs other dealers
charge $1 for one going at the great
cloak establishment of H. Deutsch, No.
Ill West Second street, Davenport, for
The Diamond Jo boaU will only run
between St. Louis and Dubuque for the
remainder of the season, though accept
ing freight for river points beyond the
They all brag and blow, but the Gol
den Eagle is selling underwear and over,
coats lower than anv house west of Chi
cago. Call and be convinced. Goods
and prices tell the story.
The M. & K. never advertises "outs."
You can always find iust what thev ad.
ertise yes, thej are selling men's suits
that wear at $ 2.68. better ones at $3.98,
and splendid suits at $5.
If you want to be positive of getting a
perfect fitting suit or overcoat go to the
M. &. K., the nly store that has iu own
tailors, and who take particular pains in
seeing ita customers pleased.
Yesterday afternoon occurred the death
of Bcnnie, six and one-half year-old son
or Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Archer, living on
Thirteenth arenue, from diphtheria. The
funeral occurred this afternoon.
8t. Joseph's church, will give
its annual fair and fesliva at Armory
ball commencing Saturday evening, Oct.
12. and continuing all next week, and
ending the eyening of Saturday, Oct. 19.
Long jeans pants for bovs' 50 cents.
sailor collars 5 cents, men's linen collars
5 cents, linen cuffs 10 cents, celluloid col
lars 10 cents, knee pants 13 cents, blue
overalls (50 cent quality) 25 cents, at the
M. & K.
Fine draperies of all kinds, including
tne latest in Irish points and chenilles.
Our prices will suit you and our goods
will please you. The C. F. Adams Home
Furnishing House, 322 Brady street,
The Golden Eagle is selling better un
derwear for 75 cents than its bragging
competitors charge $1 .25 for. Do not be
misled by advertisements, but call, com
pare goods and prices and then judge for
The Crescent dancing club will have
its grand opening ball at Armory hall,
Tuesday evening, Oct. 22. The invita
tion committee is composed of Meyer
Loeb. James Kough, Will Gansert and
The oyster sociable at the South Park
chael last evening was a success finan
cially and proved a very enjoyable affair
in every way. The net proceeds are to
be given to a destitute and stricken fam
ily in the neighborhood.
Freddie, little son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
D. Wells, of 62S Seventeenth street, not
vet three years old, got into a barn in the
rear of Dietz' butcher shop, and a horse
dealt him a kirk in the head. The little
fellow was carried home, and Drs. Barth
and Craig attended him. It is not known
as yet how seriously the boy is injured.
A contract was let at Olson & Peter
son's store the other day to Seivers &
Anderson for a $600 annex to the rear of
the Swedish Lutheran church, corner of
Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue.
It will be of frame with dimensions of
thirty by twenty feet, one story biEh, to
be used for meetings and a parochial
The following members of the Chicago
league ball club lodged at the Harper
last night on their way from Kansas Civ
to Dubuque: J. K. Tener, A. C- Lam
bert, T. E. Burns, Fred Puaer, G. E.
Van Haltren. W. R. pTington. Dell
Darling, J. P. Ryan, augh Duffy, E. N.
Williamson, W Hutchinson.
It is amxng to see how some dealers
try tr uiimic the M. & K. There is not
clothing or shoe firm in Rock Island
but what was started from five to ten
years previous to the M. & K., and today
the M. & K. is the largest retail estab
lishment in Rock Island county. Honest
dealing and honest advertising did the
Ladies looking for an elegant fitting
garment should go to H. Deutsch, the
great cloak dealer, No. Ill West Second
street, Davenport, who has the most
complete Btock in the west made up in the
very latest styles and of newest patterns.
He has them for the rich and the poor,
big and little, at prices to suit. And
remember, every cloak sold is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or no pay.
The Rock Island Noveltv company has
leased the Thompson foundry building
on 1 wenty vfourth street south of Fifth
avenue and commenced the occupancy of
it, moving from their former quarters on
Eighteenth street occupied jointly with
the Silver Plating Works. Mr. W. C.
Collins has severed his connection en
tirely with the plating works and will be
actively associated with the Novelty com
pany in the future.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Bonae.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rati 6 J per cent and 7 per
TWO niLiaOM WOLI.AKI4
Loaned by ns wiibont Iowa to any client.
tCall or write for circular and reference.
Mftyiitt.Ttj.yu iJAVLNPORT lo.
in seas or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 1 per cent semi -annually, collected and
remitted fra of cbarga.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law-
Booms t and 4 Kaaonlc Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Give certain and sure satisfaction for the money expended.
On this platform we stand preeminently at the front.
Below a few only of the fast of good things for this
week. In our SILK DEPARTMENT we offer in
blacks and colors
SILK FAILE AT 88 CENTS.
Compsre with similar gooda offered at f l.OUelsewbere Splendid
value at 83 cts.
Dress Goods Department.
53 inch all wool dress flannels 49 cts per yd.
54 inch tricots 4S " " "
54 inch waterproof cloth 38 ' "
Double fold stripes 15 " "
Doable fold Tricots.: 17 " " "
Plaids at 8 to 10c. and up. and stacks of plaids, plains, stripes, etc.,
at away down prices.
Not a last year's garment in the house everything spic-span new
bristling with style and prices bottom you will want some of them
plushes, plain cloths, braided, combinations etc.
We will sve you money.
Rock Tsland. Illinois.
Geo. W. D. Heirris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
tVFlrat -class Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A pood bnildini, with ton ISxTO. and 2 mnms,
counter, oaelvine. etc.. on first floor, and thre
rooms above; water np and down attir. eood
cellar, birn, etc.. lot 25x150, well located for busi-
ne of the best moner-makinK locations for any
kind of business neai the Koca Island passenger
$1,000 will bay a dwelling with T rooms and
small store, well located, on Third avenue, now
rent for $14 a month.
ST00 will buy a eood bonse. fi ye rooms, with lot,
convenient ti lower factories.
Only a few of tbose fine lots in Mixter's addi
tion on Twenty-second and Twenty-third stieets.
Two or three a-re on the blnS, fine land for
building or frardenine.
Some of tbe best lota in Dodge's addition on
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30
Children's Shoes, " 1.00 .70
Children's Shoes, " : 1.15" .90
Children's Shoes, " 1.50 " 1.15
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 -75
Ladiea' Slippers, " 1.00 " ,75
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.
ISCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue. ?
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2929 Fifth ATenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
J1.000 will buy a neat house on Twentieth street
A eood lot on the bluff In Rodman's sub-division,
$-U will bny a fine H acre lot nst ontsida city
limits, on blul.
A very nice property, just outside of city limits
and citv taxes; cheap, on eacy terms.
One of t he best HO acre farms, with first clan
improvement" in Bowiinc township; cheap.
barn, and fine corner lot in the npper part of the
city, convenient to the saw mills, depot and Isl
a ifooti nouse 01 eipni rooms, ary cellar, water.
A No. 1 business c inter store and dwelling
on Moline avenne.
Two story frame dwelling, six rooms. Eood
cellar, well and ri-trn. Iar?e barn, one half acre
of fine land, well located within a few steps of
Milan street cars, cheap.
Ladies Fine Shoes, worth t5 00 for 4.25
Ladies Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Lace Shoes,
Base Ball Shoes,
4 50 " 8 50
4 00 " 8 00
3.00 " 2.50
2 50 - 2.00
1.7 " 1.00
1.00 " .80