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V(ll,. mVIH. NO 16.
BOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, ISS9.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
- m. m ww. j ii, : -
It don't pay to run after other
Ummi for in the end wiv bouse.
keepers settle down to the nte
of SANTA CLAUS SOAP.
-T X -L If your pocer hasn't Santa Clam
mm.f o.i v by SH!p, he'll Krt it for you.
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,Chicago, 111,
asaapa.'" tzr rtI , e
-Steam s Gas Fitter-
1 . -
AND DEALER rS
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Tacking, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Ga9 Fixtures.
MTBest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished,
office anil h.p 219 l!:h St. Ttlepbnne 1132.
- - iuuiv jJiiuu, in,
W. B. BARKER,
hm pur. li.i8ed the well-known
Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street,
jtnd hopes to retain the custom t Lis predecessor
lie will uike grunt effurt to perpetuate the good name of this
Old Established Grocery
-tht It has always enj jyed ty dialing only In the best Roods
AT THE LOWEST TRICES.
Successor to Adamson & Ruick,
Miop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
(Jetieral .Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
f57.Se-ond Hand Marhinery bonght, fold aud repaired.
AVOID ALL IMITA
TlONS THEY MAY
FAC - simile OP
BOTTLE WITH BUFF
TRACT ACCEPT NO
SOBSr TIJTE FOR IT
New Eim Street Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
:SjTi-t to Panqtiard & Browner)
FLOUR AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will make trice 3 as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
CJfAOQOAINTZD WITH THE CEOSRATBT Or THE COUNTRY, Wttl OBTAIN
MUCH VALUABLE DfrORMATION MOM A STUDY Or THIS MAP OF
M oin T
V I I r- .-TV Ia bjic I i liTHiVOaW"!iJl
M t Hit,
THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
fV?ralHil, Moan", Hnck Island, In ILLINOIS-Davenport, MWatlne.
Otmmwa, OHlcfooii, De Moines, Wlntert, AudubonJ Hartan, and Council
HlufTn, In IOWA alinnnapous ana m. nui, in ;
CrkKln.h-rFort IMnOi In 'ths INDIA NEBRITOBTand Colorado
ln C btn ChioatToTWicWt, and Hhlno rravere new and
vut arttaa of neb farmliur and irraliur landaffordlw thabeat fcolll tl w
of lntorrmmunioaeion to ail towni and cltloa aant and wt, nortoweat
and soutbwaat of CotoaaTO, mod Pacific and traoaocaanlo Saaporta.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS,
Laadtn all competitor In splendor of uiptnenVcool, well vrnitU. and
mm from dust. Througb Ooachea. Pnian Wr. FR0.B Bwllnin
Cbalr 'C., and I imm of ff.aaotirt Bivert D.nlruj Cart TnnCnloafcro.
Dea Moini,OouncU Bluffs, and Omaha, witn Prea l5,C5,rSSvOT
umi, and bcamo Orandaura of Colorado.
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE,
Solid rtn.i Trmina dallT botwaan Chlraaw and Minnaapolla and Bt. PauL
th Tr?00 HTitllnin J Cnal?Oara ff!??
Kan.au City. Tbroun Chair Car and Bplwn Po Spirit Lke
and bloux Falla. via Hock Island. Tba Pavorlta Una to Pipestone, wwf
town. 8lou JrallaT nd tba Bummer beaoru and Hunttn od FlahiniT
Urounds of the Nortbwnst. . ...,
THB BHORT LINK VIA BEN RCA AND KANKAKEE ?jKlS
tr.v.1 rtwii.n ctnotnnatl. IndlanapoUa.TUfayeand Council BUiBb. St.
JoMtpb, Atcniaon, UatanworUi, Kjanaaai City, MID neapoUa, and Bt Paui.
ror Ticket, Mane, Polders, or desired Information, apply to any Ticret
Offlca la tba Unltaia flwn or Canada, or addraaa
E. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN,
fcurtlluifK CIIICAOO. ILL.. Owl ticket Taav Afeafc
torn- &. Xt-M
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THIS If THE ONLY
RITT INO OONOT
lK.t ANY OTHER.
COR. WASH 3d AVI. 8.
pltal and Private practice la er.abMdp
or k aonoue diafanea of the blof d fH
throat.no e. akin, klitreyn. b)a(i:erhjl
ana aina-eu otvana. orav, andau c
tnre cured wltnoiil pain or cultiiiK
Thf... .k. . .1.,. ..
Hot prina for the treatment of a iy
r"BW " 11 uiwafeicm occur mi
I A Hi CO Br thla treatxtent
,r.,Bi H iitwntn, rrecaiea, nttt1ote,
tc, brllliaut ee and perfect bea U
can be had arTh-f I'tiMj
llltf ana all femala weakneaaoromi.t
ly cored. KloatlnK. beadacbea, J r-
TODl Pmitration mnA i I -
Ovariao tronhha, Itiflamniatioo a id i Ulceration
- J" ""iiianraimn. Kpinap weakDeae aud
1 hanire of Llfo. Consult the old dec lor
N E R VO U S Ph',"'c1 A"'' fknlc weak-
forebodinra. aelf-dl.truat. Impaired metnorr
pnation of the heart. Mraple. on th.- face, apecka
before lb. EYK, rlnirln. In Ihe ear eaarrh
ibraaiened conaumptioo and Tr dxaoallHra-
1 1 1 1 II that ,Lnil... n, - . . ,
tlU tr r rVri i, j VS. " ""C"'!-. " alia UDDapI'V
SPKF.KII. and PERMANENTLY nred
BLOOD AND SKIN ..f,
f.Jn '"-'onipletel, eradicated
. .".v,r B'"th'. Pl piee l lcera' palu
In the Head and Booea. "rplilltic cre Thro .t ana
Tongue, Glandular enlargement i f the Neck
nneuman.m. etc . enred wh' a oiheia h.. t.,i.
RUPTURE Cured witb or bind-
-i" w 1 r nil nusiD
URINARY RHrrtntly coDirarr! or
rnred B tn dyi h a W.l remedy. No d.u-
. - --avail m7 waiira nr einrfiiA.
0(1 tn inn ailifM. m ..a. .
K 1 JT!? r"b Book n4 qneM-ou lmt
i H nai-v u,k rm, nothintr
8n":K:iVpB,f, t08 p. m.
Waao. At. . MIRHKAPCUS. 1IIHK.
356 Jackson St.,
St. Paul, Minn.
Speedily Cure all Private, Nervoua,
Chronic and Blojd and Skin Diseases
of both Sexes, without tie use
of Mercury or Hindi ance
NO CURE, NO PAY.
Ryphllls, Gleet, Stricture, and all old, liriavrlnff
caeea, where tbe blood baa beetle pol-oLeJ,
canauiK nlcera. blolcbaa aore tbroa: and mouth,
palna In U10 head and bonea. and al rtlaeaees of
tbe Kidacra and Bladder, and all dia,:a-ea no
quired Iron ezpoaure are CL KED FlJK I 1FE.
Man or all inia who are enffertng frnm the tnr
rtble elfecta of Seminal weakneea, fexual debili
ty and loaa of Sezual power aa tbe raau t of
Youthful Indiscretion, or eicentia of mature
yeara, produclns emia-lona, nerroa, neea. loaa of
memonr. cH are Iborooifbir and tMirmanenLlv
lr. Feller, who baa had tnaiy yeai experience
In thle apeclalty, la a graduate from one of the
leading m dical college of tha c un rv Ha haa
aiTia tailed In carina any caeea tbi t he haa nn
nertaken. Caeea and correapondeice eared I y
conndentlal. oil or wrlie for het of qneatlona.
Mediclnea aent by mail and exprea everywhere.
PURE! PALATABLE! POPULAR!
fl ARAHTkCD Pur Br -T incnto.n
trHHl t'trm Huhd In )ars. Jigui.l tn twin.
llH'lipr And it Invft'naitict luf
Aa Hrf"'a( troDflir rwom -jenlo.l br
lailti phTticiBiit. lor In alio, I ifanu aiul
tthni. AppAiUiriftr and atrentb oiutc.
k your drungtat ur f rocai tur
Armour's Beef Extract
Or NDd ftO, for aampia park uge aod
ARMOUR & CO., Chicago.
FARM AND GARDEN.
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF
FARMERS AND DAIRYMEN.
Aa Illustrated Deacrlptlon of a Creamery
Building Suitable for a Farai 8nmi.
tlona on the Subject of Rearing Calve.
fllnta to fte Keepara.
On many large farms there Is need for
ft dairy house of simple construction.
where tha milk produced by the owner'
own herd, along, perhaps with that
from neighboring farms, may be
nd converted into butter.
GOLD MEDAL, PJ.RIB, 1878.
W. BA1CEK .t COM
abaouiew tntrw and
it it lolutie.
art tl la t prvpa atAOB. It hu
wf im carat H mrmth of
toeoa rumI wrlb 8ta ch. Arruwioo.
or truffvr, and U ttr fvr far Biota
awmoincal. warning I. lAam m Matt
a 99 It ia dcltelmt, aoarithiuji,
trvnflhenlTkf. CaU! IIGTII).
Jul admirably atUpbi for inaiiJi
aa well aa Iwr pert, lp haalUa.
Hold by Grxra ei arywhwrav
W.BAKEE & COaaDorches -cr.Masa
Cream Balm I --i v'&V
1 V-.o u i
Cold in HeaddAY-F IkVER
A particle la applied Into each tastrfl and la
agreeable. Pnoe SU oenta at Dram ta ; bv mall,
ragiaterad. 8U MCta. SLY BROTH. IK"., M War
Na street Mew fork.
NO. 1. CRF.AMKRT BUII-DINfl.
The hoiie Khown in theaccoiuitaurine
cut Httorii a in. Kiel for a creamery build
in RiiiiaMe for a farm, and was origin
ally ltx-riled and illustrates! bv Prairie
Farmer. The one objection that may be
uracil in mmic sections is the want of
room for some heating apparatus. This
may obviated by extending the build
int; in the front, or a small furnace mar
l)c lmt in n cellar underneath.
The general arrangement of the build
ing; m: Size, 10x2(1 feet. 9 foot hiirh
porch, 5 feet wide, covering wcIl and
toroc pump. The building stands on
stone foundation, extending 2 feet above
theurface. Ihe frame is of 2x4ncant-
IiiiK. The boarding is perpendicular.
me cracks covered with molded battens.
I ie a a
NO. 2. OROfSDPLANOFCREAMEKYBClLD-
The cround nlan shows the buililino
divided into two rooms the milk room
lathed and plastered, the ice room onlv
boarded up. It would be better If thia
bad a double wall filled with broken
charcoal to prevent heat entering. Tli
location of the pump is shown on the
pon-n. it is used only ror butter mak
ing, but of course utensils can be put in
for making cheese. In this case a proper
curing room should be contained in an
added story. The location of the various
conveniences requires no explanation.
1 ney are snown in tne noor plan.
Siii-geiltone for Baying Fertilizers.
The following sutrirentiona nrr-ur in tl.
annual report of the Maine stale college
1. It is safer to purchase brands of
recotmized eood atandimr. New hrnnrla
may be just as good or better than those
lonjrer on the market, but their quality
should be carefully ascertained.
2. The composition of the fertilizers in
the market can be learned from a study
of the station reports of inspection. Com
pare the composition of the different
brands which you have tbe chance to
purchase, and buy the one the value of
which comes most larcelvfrom nitrns-m.
from phosphoric acid or from potash, ac
cording to your needs. Your needs you
can only know from experience.
3. If the station mnnv v<iatin
two brands differs by considerable, other
things being eaual. buy the one havino-
the higher valuation. Do not give too
much weight to small differences in
4. The dryness and merlianlcul
dition of a fertilizer should ho
especially if it in to be used in a seed drill!
febeep Id Small Floeke.
A member of the Oxford, O.. Farmer's
club, in some remarks on sheep growing,
said: Sheep are profitable and healthy
wnen kept in small nocks. They are
good scavengers, and with the exception
of ticks and grubs not liable to diseases.
For grubs this farmer s preventive is
very simple as well as effective ona It
consists of a log with two-inch boles
bored into it. Sal: is placed therein and
lie edges of the augur holes are kept
e in eared with tar. This keeps tar on the
heep's nose and protects against the in-
aect's egg, which produces grubs in the
head. Hi protection against ticks is
the "dip," and against scab and foot-rot
the exercise of care in buying new stock.
lie says: 'Be careful how you buy
atockera at the stockyards."
Hanging baskets, well tilled with
healthy, growing plants, are the finest
objects in the window garden. For this
purpose the dwarf nasturtium is a fitting
subject. Fill your basket with light,
gravelly soil, put in a few needs of the
desired kind, and keep well watered, and
by tbe time the basket is wanted for its
Kition it will be well tilled, and will
remain an object of beauty the entire
You cannot increase your products
without increasing your expenses; but
produ'.tiou increases at a faster rate than
ft pen es increace. Herein is the greater
profit 3t good farming.
It Won't Bake Bread. In other
words. Hood's Saraaparilla will not do
impossibilities. Its proprietors tell
plainly what it has done, submit proofs
from sources of unquestioned reliability,
and ask you frankly if you are suffering
from any disease or affection caused or
promoted by impure blood or low state
of the system, to try Hood's Barsaparilla.
The experience of others ia sufficient as
surance that you will not be disappointed
in tbe result.
Tbe cellars in Venice are nearly all
damp, but moat of tbe bouses bave Adriatic.
Tifor aad Vitality
Are quickly given to every part of tbe
body by Hood's Sarsaparilla. That tired
feeling is entirely overcome. Tbe blood
is purified, enriched, and vitalized. And
carries uealth Instead of disease to every
organ. Tbe stomach hi toned and
strengthened, tbe appetite restored. Tbe
kidneys and liver are roused and Invig
orated. Tba brain is refrasbed. tbe mind
mad clear and ready for work. Try it.
Is ConsamptioB iBenrsoel
Read the following: Mr. C. H. Mor
ris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down
witb Abscess of Langs, and friends and
physicians pronounced me an Incurable
Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's
.new uiscovery ror Consumption, em
now on my tnira Dottle, and able to over
see the work on my farm. It is the finest
medicine ever made."
Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says:
"Had it not been for Dr. King's Mew
Discovery for Consumption I would bave
died of lung troubles. Was given up by
doctors. Am now in best of health."
Try it. 8ample bottles free at Hartr &
Bahnsen's drug store.
This remedy Is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who bave used Electric Bitters
sing tbe same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist and it la cnaran.
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Killers will cure all diseases of the liver
and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rbeum and other nfTec
impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
me system ana prevent as well as cure
all Malarial fevers. For cure of head
ache, constipation and indigestion try
Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction guar
anteed, or monev refunded. Prir ri
cents and tl (HI per botlle at Harts &
naonaen s arug store.
BUCK1.EN B ARNICA SALVE
The best salve in the world for cots,
bruiees, sorts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Hartz & BahnM-r..
Kawa Abont Towa.
It is the current rennrt nhAnt invn
that Kemp's Balsam for the throat and
lungs is making some remarkable cures
WiUl Tjeonle Who rf Irnnhlerl with
coughs, sore throat, asthma, bronchitis
u consumption. Any druggist will
give you a trial bottle free of cost. It is
Ktiarameea to relieve and cure. Tbe
large bottles are 50c and 1 .
The letters our wives don't care if wa
do keep in our pockets instead of posting
them Vs and XV
In the pursuit or the gooa things of
his world we antlci r.atA ton mn,h- we
oa 1 uuv toe nean ana sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful foretLought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a twrfert tnnin inmlin.
blood purifier, a sure cure for 'ague and'
tuaianai diseases. mce.J 5(1 eriits, of
IlooeVe Maraaparilla purifies tlie blood,
builds up y,eak and debilitated systems,
gives strength to weakened
HOOd 8 nerves, overcomes that tired
feeling, tones the digestive
aarBapa organa. Invigorates and reg
r j 1 1 3 nlates the kidneys and liver,
expels disease, and gives
vigorous health. Young
penplesay: "Itistheliest Makes
nieriiclne we ever took."
Old people say: ' It makes the Weak
us feel young again." 80
good a medicine may well Strong
le called " the true Elixir of Life."
eVe "areaparilla is sold by all drug
gets. Cl;slxfnrf&. Prepared by C. I. Hood
Co-. Apothecaries. Lowell. Man.
1 ffi BLOOD
Ma. Kcesrxi. Mtiuck, of the Una of Myrlck &
Henderson, Fort Smith, Ark., says be wishes to edd
his testimony to the thousands nhich have already
been given aa to Swift'e Spedlic. He aays he de
rived the moat signal benefit from Ita use to can
painful boils and sori-a rcsuliing from impure blood.
' Ewtrr'i Srociric Li a grt blessing tolmmati
ity." aeys Mr. p E. Gordon, of 725 Broad street.
Naahrllle, Tens., '-fur it cured me of rheumatism
of a very bad type, with which I Lad been troubled
ior three or four years. S. S. S. cured me after 1
had cxhauei'-d everything cIkc.
Treat:- on Uloorl and Skin Diseases mailed free.
t"r, ""-ipt Srrnro Co.. Drawer S, Atlanta, Ua
U CI I GET
Uffout-h say work to-day T I fad mleerable, bead,
achy, tired, pain tn my back, my food wont digest,
my whole body seems out of ordar. We ana war
that It la do wonder yon are In such a broken dowa
Oonanion, and you will keep retting woree nnlees
you can cure your LIVER, Thia Important organ
la out of order and you must cure it by promptly
naing thoee never failingsaBBeawwisjBBn
Dr. CMcUne's Celebrated Liver Pills.
Ibey will restore you and give vigor and health ta
Kir whole system, making you strong and welt
ly 25 cents a box, and tbey may ear a your lia,
ask yourdrugzlat tur tba genuine "
Sr. 3- TXJTrT. A rVT-irtsase
CELEBRA TED LIVER PILLS
FLEMING BROS.. Pittsburah. Pa.
aVLook out for OouirrxanTre auule In St Lorna,
: HAS PURCHASED THX
and has removed to
Third Are., and Tenth St.
OTHe solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to favor him with
A Box of Wind Matches free to Smokers of
t SPIRIT of improvement is taking hold of Rock Island.
1 he city seems to be striking the gait it should have taken
ten years ago. But better late than never. Paving shows
progress; stone walks are improvements, but neither make busi
ness Ihe time has come for Rock Island people to do some
Sng7Te haid fhinkin&- too- Whether Rock Island forges
v?r ,decl!nes durinS the coming two years depends entirely
upon the loyalty of its citizens to every interest centered here.
I he reason that Rock Island is not today a city of 25,000 to 40.-
SSrni!f a?tSi,,Sunt heuse hasn't the manufactories, the
railroads and all that conduces to the building of cities, but be-
?InnrK''PCOp rhJar been c.ontent to rest under the insult of
suburb as applied by pur neighbor over the river. Suburbs are
nice quiet places m which to live, but very poor places in which
?,dt? ,lsine?s: I hats Why our neighbor calls us a suburb.
1 hat s her opinion of Rock Island. Is Rock Island going to re-
Swii firr-f ahead become the young giant
of Western Illinois? 1 hat depends entirely upon the future de
SmiD ?n ts c'tizens. I f the citizens are content to withhold
from Rock Island s avenues of trade the wages they earn or the
money they make in business or in the professions, and deliberate
ly pour it into the coffers of a city that never returns a dollar,
lcrlenn u? U 3 od imPxr?ving their own home, then just as sure
as the sun shines Rock Island will remain a "suburb." We can
pave First Second. Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh ave
Wt W f 11 ,nt.fsctng streets and yet there will be no lively,
Wn 3& V y beause two-thirds of its life blood (money) has
S a??rdrt( have anV traitors in its midst at this crisis of
attairs. 1 he life of any city is in its retail trade. Place your fin
To, c fi a P rSC' and lf lt-beats with a strong. eady beat you al
ItX f m hve ener&etc city On the other hand, if it beats
with a feeble, slow, uncertain throb you will find a weak town
EmS!" u& ,The,rftail trade of Rock Island is not what it
should be. W hos to blame? Not the merchants they resent
the assertion that they are. Never in the city's history have
larger and better stocks of goods been shown. Never were goods
offered at such low prices. Put the blame where it belongs-you
know where. s 3
TO THE LOYAL ONES.
All honor to the loyal ones who through thick and thin have
ir thZX? Iab?"ed fr t0me' The' are ma"y- They
tn iVt who,,ve lven to this city whatsoever good there is
!i ' . U hat WOuld ,be the resuIt ,f aI1 were like them. If for one
ry man and W(?mai? .w;ould contribute all they could to
the welfare of the city in which they live, such a change would
take place that they would rub their eyes and wonder why they
Peon U ."I?63?- ag0 Island would be booming
People from all directions would be attracted to it, new stores
would open up, rents would advance and real estate double up
W orkingmen would have more work than they could take care
of Business of all kinds would increase three fold, and Rock
Island would make all towns within 50 miles shake in their boots
fart? S.SaPV- PePLe a,je fnLent to ignore these well known
of thinil PUttmg a uhand ufortl? to chane the existing order
W ct"g ' if" WC PrPhesy that there will be inside of twrj years,
ess stores than now, more vacant buildings on Second avenue
than property owners will wish to see. We are willing to stake
our reputation as forecasters of the future on the outcome of the
t7nPk WOrk for Rock Island- is worth
thinking about. The business man who wrings all the money he
can out of our citizens, and then by his patronage of another city
he ps to build .it up is a barnacle on the good slip Process and
helps to hold it back. A barnacle is no good and Rock Isktnd
would be better off, vastly better off without them W are
vZgd ??fCk l5lan'd' W-n,t '0U ? We o sell ylu
lol2tgc,fp' biUtT ' W5 Cran 1 sult 'ou there is no excuse for you
going out of Rock Island for most of the goods you need for
rerdevaoMcCabe BrSr, and Gates'' witl?an immense stock
ready to serve you, as well as our other competitors.
btick to Rock Island and see things boom.
Respectfully, McINTIRE BRO'S.
This department never contained bet
ter values. We mention a few:
uouble fold Tricots
All wool double fold Fanoels
All wool 62 inch Flannels. .
40 inch all wool Flannels, special
Plsids. all wool K
Cashmere (called Henriettas! 40 incii 89c
iHuuie tola Uasnmere. special value 2ic
ii'uuie iota astimeres
Plaids, 64 inch, spleodid quslity
54 Inch Waterproof Cloth
84 iDch Tricots
Our stock of Plush Garments. New-,
markets and Children's goods embraces
the best makes and latest styles.
Prices vary, of course, according to
quality, and an examination is necessary
in order to judge as to correctness of our
prices. Special attention called to our
Pluah Sacque at
We think you will be asked f 29 or $30
for no better. It is splendid.
Large assortment of blankets In white
pink, scarlet, grays and plaids
Scarlet blankets, per pair tl 75
White blankets, per pair 75
Pink blankets, per pair 1.99
Soft gray blankets, per pair ..... . 148
And many others, including plaids,
plain, and tbe celebrated Capitol City
and North Star blankets.
California blankets, beautiful.
See our 60c kid glove.
" " 76c "
" " 88c ' "
All give good satisfaction.
Pins per paper ic
Safety pins per paper ic
Brass pins, good quality Sc
Hand mirrors, good He
Tooth brushes, 5c and up.
Combs, large variety, 5c and up.
Hair brushes iq,.
Ladies' pocket bonks, plush ySe
Coin purses, Rood value. 5 and 10c.
Metal dress buttons, some worth np to
Sjc per dozen. 2 doien on cards, 15c per
PERFCME3. triple extract, 20c per or..
A big lot of ribbons, most of them all
No. 6s 1
No. 7s All at IOC per yd.
No. 9s S
No. 12, 12c perytrd.
All of tbe wide fancy ribbons co now
25c PER YARD.
Waterproof skirts, embroidered 45c
oinpeu cotton nannei, quilted..
Black skirts, nicely oniltorl
Ana a great many otber styles, all
going at very low prices, and boiiKht
from tbe manufacturer direct.
It will be useless to attempt to describe
all tbe bargains in our silk department
Better values than ever.
Black gros grains, 7587, and extra
value at 91.
Black armurea. tl to tl .20, faille silks,
black and colors, 88c. Oood enough for
Black turkish silks, tl.45.
Immense assortment of stripes In sur
ahs, armures to combine with woolen
sale" eI,f 80d VtlUeS JU,t p,C"1 00
Ladies' good weight, jersey ribbed
r ,.wf;lle .' 45c
Ladies gray, jersey ribbed white. 4Be
Lidies natural wool . .
Ladies' natural wool, jersey ribbed spec
ial bargains at
Compare with usual 1 qualities.
Children a white, scarlet and natural
wool at popular prices. iurai
In this department we hsve always had
Beauty . . .
Our No. 145
Our No. 440. (tome say aa'good
aPnt Pi-in Vl.aati'.A 1 m
waaw. U u, vumion, Warners
Health and Caroline. Ball's, Madam Foy
Jackson corset waist, Ix.t $1 waist in
Ladles' genu' and children's hosier
Large variety from which to select
Ladies' 6c up to best grades.
Cbilds' all wool hose, special offering.
15c PER PAIR.
Oenls' cotton hose.
Uents' wool hose.
We are strong In this department:
Turkey red damasks .
Unbleached dJmaskt88C'48C Per
n, v lle up i 85c 42c 60c Per yard.
Bleached damasks in beautiful de
designs, very good at., uOc