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Tue greatest Muslin Underwear sale that
this section has ever known will be
opened this week at
Among th especially big leaders we
tnuat mention a lot of plain chemises and
drawers, good muslin, at 14c; also good
quality of children's drawers at 14c;
corset covers, perfect fit. at 14c; ladies'
hrge aprons 14c; children's twilled waists
The 25c, 89c and 50c numbers will
nmke a sensation sure. For fuller par
tictiUrs see large bills and circulars de
scribing all the different grades, styles,
We 8hsll also cull special attention
this week to some 27 different styles of
corsets on which we shall offer special
ndvantages to induce purchasers, perhaps
in hdvance of your actual needs for the
The Pscinc dress challies to be opened
on Monday a. m. at
3Jc FER YARD.
Nothing like them at the price.
TaMe and floor oil cloths in basement.
(jTSee large hand bills.
171 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Second Avenur.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient You can save money
by buying of us now.
Wall Paper Company,
312, Twentieth St.,
And Postoffict Block, Moline.
-WITH A LARGER
Z3 OfriwBVCTWPiy J
Ol IW; b4PGr CiTIEi. (TO
i ifistsgieriRi'P I
FINE "WALL PAPER
Than the combined stock of all the other dealers in the two cities.
(fJExclusive agents for the following sis largest Wall Paper factories: Iir;e
& Sons, Janeway & Co., Rohcrt 8. Hohus & Co., Nevins & Il&vilanri, New York
Wall Taper Co.. and Robert Graves it Co.
SEE OUR BTRGE SPECIALS-
which include nil the Art papers.
KOHN & ADLEK,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
Manufactured by -
T. H. THOMAS,
- Druggist, Rock Island.
Birgain supplies that will cause sad ha
voc to all attempts at high prices.
Glassware at half price.
Crockery at half price.
Tinware half price.
Remnants of cambrics.
Remnants of siWia
Remnants of prints at half price and
Baseball Bunnlipp and fUh hnnVo
lines, at a fraction of the usual cost.
A nice new assortment of choice
triple plate silver tableware at much Ipsa
than half, and some at one quarter price.
A.1 BU&.EKS l
In reSDOnBe tn Ihn nnnnlar HnmnnJ
for corncob Dirjea we hnv unnriH nth.
er dray load of the aforesaid article, on
wnicn we name the price one cent each
or 13c doz.
- --, , J ."is
trotter ladles, nl can9, hatchets, shovels
and spades, all in the basement depart
ment. A job of 50 misses' rubber costs at
?2c worth $1.50.
Two lob bov' white Kl.irts t. 1 fie
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Prices from 10 to 30 per cent below
The llenii'scead of Bailey Daven
Broken la to by Peraona f Kvll la
tent, and Frsperty of the Ileeease
Hannaek l...lolnK4 In Police Clr-
The norm stead of the late Bailey Dav
enport on 3eventh avenue was broken
into Borne time Saturday night by some
person or p?rsons who apparently were
bent more on mischief and destruction
than on gain. They first entered Mr.
Davenport's chamber by climbing on top
of the porth and breaking a window.
Here they found a medicine box, the con
tents of which they scattered over the
floor, and t len retracing their steps by
the way th jy entered, they broke into
parlor by siaashing a window, and from
here they could be traced by burned
matches throughout the lower floor. They
investigated things in the dining room,
took a past of comparatively worthless
blankets trom a bed which had been
made up, smashed another window and
then transferred the scene of their depre
dations to ihe barn, where they took a
stt of harress. and after cutting it to
pieces, left ihe fragments outside and des
There arc no clues whatever, to the
marauders, nor any means of knowing
the meaning or reason of their action.
Whether they were looking for valuable
papers and expected to find them, and
were disappointed, or whether they vis
ited the historical premises for the mere
purpose of doing damage, is not known.
Mr. C. II. I amp lives in a little house ft
few feet awiiy from the homestead, but
knew nothirg of the intrusion until yes
terday morning. The windows are be
ing nailed u todiy, and the house thor
oughly barracaded. Anyone found on
the premiseH hereafter without satisfaes
tory excuse will be arrested.
Geo. Littig, John Bradahaw and Dan
Finnigan were each fined and costs
Officer Malqueen arrested three Mo
line eirls on Twentieth street yesterday
for fast driving, but on taking them to
the station Marshal Miller gave them a
lecture on Sabbath desecration, and let
them go, it being the first offense.
The preliminary trial of Tat Brady at d
Jack McIIutU reached a termination
before Jusli.ie Cooke Silurday evening,
when the defendants were each held in
bonds of $300 to keep tbe peace, and
furnishing tie required amount, were re
leased. An appeal wa9 taken to the cir
George Washington and Geo. Hub
bard, both colored, gt into an alterca
tion on Second street, between Fifth and
Sixth avenue Saturday night, and Wash
ington drew a revolver, for which of
fense Hnbbf.rd swore out a warrant for
Washington's arrest tbi9 morning, and
it was placed in Constable E;khardi's
hands, who made the arrest.
The hoaril of education held a special
meeting at 4 o'clock Sit unlay aftrrnoon,
President Thomas and Directors Barge,
Durham, Knowlton and Carter present.
Directors Carter ana Knowlton were
appointed a committee to act with Sup
erintendent rlemble on preparation for
The plats and specifications for the
No. 2 school were examined, and the
board order ul that tbe clirk invite sealed
proposals fir both stone and brick, bids
to be offeree at o'clock, p.m. April lSuh,
and the board reserving the right to re
ject any or all bids, and bids to be ac
compainedty an approved check for
It was ordered that a proposal for
Iiutten furnaces on the new building be
accepted at f 800, when the contract for
the new building is let.
The report of Truant Officer B. II
Kimball for the month shows eight cases
of absence reported during the month of
March, and seventeen truants arrested
and returned to their respective teachers.
Bills were allowed as follows:
Bock Island Fuel Co., 50; Rock Island
Gas Co., $ 1 20; Rock Island Electric
Lipht Co., .'40; Hock Island Lnmler Co.,
50; M. lerbury, fl.75; Central Union
Telephone Co., $32.62; Henrv Darts'
Sons, $10 2i; C. C.Taylor. $3 50; Wm.
Don, fll 51; S. S. Kemble, $0; Jacob
Ramser, $34 95; J. A. Bishop, 89 03.
Though no formal action has as yet
been taken, it is not unlikely that the
board will open the upper rooms of
building No. 0 the coming season, and
use tbe basement for a Kuttan sys
tem of heat and ventilation, plans for
which have already been drawn, and
proposals for the brick and masonry ne
cessary to tl e change will likely be asked
for soon. The lower or basement rooms
of this building have been so damp as to
imperil the health of teachers and pupils,
and a change, such as is outlined, is ab
Objecting to Overhead Wirea.
Down in Springfield, as in St. Louip,
propcr'.y holders are making a deter
mined fight against the overhead system
of electric railways. The Register tw.
Tbe citiz' ns residing on Fifth, Eighth
Monroe and other streets along the line
of the pro josed electric street railway
who are opposed to tne overneaa wires.
hnv selected a committee, consisting of
John T. CappB, Lewis H. Miner and
Fred Smith to secure legal advise in re
gard to tie matter. They state they
would be p rfectly satisnea u ins storage
system would be used, but claim the
overhead w res would interfere with the
telephone and electric light wires, and
that if any 01 the wires snouiu sag or
break and t jereby touch any other wires,
houses coniected by telephone or elec
tric lipht wires, might catch Are or per
sons be killed by contact with the falling
how: seekers' excursions
Th Burlineton route. C. B. & Q.
railroad, will H trma principal stations
n Ira linns. On Tuesdays. April 22 i and
May 20th. liome seekers' excursion tick
ets at half rates to points in the farming
regions of the west, southwest and north
west. For tickets and further informa
tion concer ilng these excursions call on
your neare. t C. B. & Q ticket agent, or
Iddresa P. 8. Ectrro. Gen. Pass, and
ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, APRIL 7,
See Mclntire Bros.' adv.
City council meeting tonight.
Fresh eggs 10c per dozen at May's.
New spring skirts at Mclntire Bros'.
Easter novelties at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Learn shorthand. See notice in want
Special value in lace curtains at Mc
Judge Glenn reconvened the .circuit
court this afternoon.
Blouse waists in tennis and plain flan'
nel at Mclntire Bros.
Mr. Samuel Goode, of Andalusia,
was in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hass. of Coal Val
ley, were in the city today.
Mr. C. F. Fleming returns to his home
at San Jose, Thursday evening.
Mr. II. C Asbbaugh has returned from
Eau Claire for the purpose of removing
his family thither.
A fourteen year old girl named Round
from Moline, is bef6re an insanity com
mission this afu rnoon.
Rev. Dr. J. W. McCord, formerly of
the M. E. church here. Is lying at the
point of death at Dubuque.
Rv. J. II. Wright and family arrived
from West Liberty this morning for a
visit with friends in the city.
A number of members of Barrett chap
ter. A. F. and A. M, went out to Coal
Valley this morning to attend the funeral
of Dr. Martin.
Frank Bollman has resigned bis posi
tion at the Rock Island house, and leaves
for his home at Boston to spend the
Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Bear gave a large
party last evening ia honor of Mrs. At
phonse Mosenfelder. who departs soon
Rev. D.J. Chinn, formerly pastor of
the Congregational church at Cable.
dropped dead in this pulpit at Norris,
r ulton county, yesterday.
If you want a firstclaas i.b of paper
hanging, which will cost you no more
than a botched job ordered elsewhere,
intrust your work to R. Crampton & Co.
The Streator window cl works,
owned by the United Glass company.
wnicn also owns tbe ltock Island glass
works, was ciesiroyei ny nre last nigni. i
The Chicago Urahl, of April 5th. nasi
an article by John W. Postgale on the
wages and means of leaving of the work
ing classi a of Encland. Get a copy at
Mr. N. Juhl and two assistants left for
Ft. Madison this afternoon to build the
steeple for the new Catholic church
there, the contract for which having been
let to Aid. M. Schnell.
The thirty inches wide patent ft. It wall
papers with superb one band fringe to
match are the most approved goods for
a stylish parlor they give entire satis
faction. The best assortment of colors
in the city at Crampton's.
A. P. Stock well, general secretary of
the Galesburg Y. M: C. A. is in the city,
for the special purpose of examining tbe
plans of the proposed new building here,
with a view of introducing rome of them
into the building soon to be erected in
R. Crampton & Co., report having
booked a large number of orders for the
Encyclopaedia Britannira, they being
able to make prices and terms w hich
make it an easy matter for customers to
secure the greatest of modern works.
While driving on Eim street near Thir
teenth avenue yesterday afternoon. Mr.
and Mr9. James Appelby, who reside on
Twenty-firr-t sierpi-t between Fourth and
Fifth aveuueH, collided with a telegraph
prle, and were thrown from tbeir busrgy.
Mr. Appelby had his rieht hand severly
bruised. Dr. Paul is attending him.
The democrats swept the field at the
municipal election in Davenport Satur
day, electing C.A. Ficke mayor by 1,540
and the entire city ticket with the excep
tion of clerk, J.L. Hebert, the republican
nominee, being reelected over John Mc
Steen by 874 The democrats elected
every one of the six aldermen.
The Industrial fair continues at Armo -ry
hall with large attendance and iuter
ing entertainments. Arrangements have
been made for a firemen's street parade
Saturday night, in which tbe firemen of
Davenport, Rock Island and Moline and
labor organizations of the city will take
part. It will be a brilliant affair.
A lazy Iowa editor wails forth the fol
lowing: The lark came up to meet the
sun and, to carol forth bis lay; the far
mer's son took down his gun and at him
blazed away. The busy bee arose at 5
and hummed the meadows o'er; the far
mer's wife went for bis hive and robbed
him of bis store. The lit'le ant rose ear
ly, too, his labors to begin: khe greedy
s arrow flew that way and took his ant
ship in. (, birds and bees and ants, be
wise, in proverbs take no slock; like me.
refuse from bed to rise till half past 8
The Krrr Krldsr Ojdrr.
Some time ago the Akous spoke of the
determination of the secretary of war to
recall all orders intcrfearing with, be
free use at all seasons of the year of the
Rock Island bridges for the transporta
tion of freight by wagon, an allasion be
ing made Saturday to such an arrange
ment. The order 'which came from Sec
retary Proctor last week to Col. Whitte
more rescinds permanently regu lation
No. 5,- which reads:
Railroad freights including freights
shipped to and from points in Iowa,
over railroads in Illinois, and freights
shipped to and from points in Illinois
over railroads in Iowa, are not to be
hauled over wagon roads of the bridges
unless these freights are for the arsenal
of the United States.
The secretary of war is entitled to
great praise for what be has done in this
respect, toward making the bridges free
in fact as well as in name, and tbe pub
lic which is to be immenaly benefitted by
the change will als3 appreciate whatever
influence Col. Wbittemore baa had in
bringing about the action.
Easter, the bright and flowery festival
of the church year, was appropriately
celebrated in most oi me cuurcnea.
In Trinity there was a beautiful display
of flowers, and the rector. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, preached an appropriate sermon at
the morning service, and in the evening
the Sunday schools of Trinity and Trinity
Mission united. There was cornet as
well as organ accompaniment and an ad
dress by the rector.
At the Central Presbyterian church the
new pastor, Rey. J- H. Kerr, preached
a sermon appropriate to his entry upon
his pastorate as well as to Easter.
In the Christian church the new pastor.
Rev. T. W. Grafton, officiated, and in the
Baptist and Broadway there were hand
some floral displays and suitable sermons.
Everts Commandery, No. 18, K. T.,
joined in the celebration at Grace Cathe
dral, Davenport, yesterday.
Two Well Known Kock Island Wo
men Called Home.
lira. KIlE&bfth Perry and Mra.Harah
Wllfeon Madden weath at F.dcinx
ton-.-Sir. Hloonqalat'a Funeral.
Mrs. Elizabeth Perry died at her home,
518 Sixteenth street at 7:45 last evening
of dropsy after a protracted illness, dur
ing the Ust few weeks of which ber
death has been momentarily expected.
Tbe deceased lady's name was really Mrs.
Joseph Rothwell, that being her second
husband's name, but since bis death she
has been more familiarly known by her
former same, Perry. She was born in
County Dongal, Ireland, and was sixty
nine years old March 15th last. She was
married thereto Andrew Perry, and came
to America in 1S55, anil first located at
Coaltown, now Moline, where Mr. Perry
died in 1800, and in 1806 the family
moved to Rock Island. In 1802 Mrs.
Perry married James Rothwell, who, howi
ever, died two years later, and she has
been better known by the name of Perry
since. II er maiden name was Arnold, and
she was the only sister of Mr. Chas Arnold,
of tbU city. The surviving children are:
Mrs. Martha Root, of Omaha; Mrs. Mar
garet Taylor, of Rock Island; Thomas
Perry, of Chicago; John Perry, of Omas
ha; Mrs. Bessie Moore, of Omaha; Ilam
ilton and George Perry, and Nicholas
Rothwell, of Rock Island.
Tbe deceased possessed traits of char
acter and disposition that endeared her
to all who knew her.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock
Mrs Sarah Wilson, one of the pioneer
mothers of Rock Island county, died at
her residence on Eighteenth street and
Seventh avenue, at 0 o'clock last even
ing. She was eighty years old March 15
last, and had resided in Rck Island
county since lS:it. Her birth place
was in Appelton, Main, also the native
town of Capt. Robinson, who bad known
her trora bis very youth, and been one
of her - best friends during the past
quarter of a century of her life.
Her husband, Earkin Wilson, who died in
1854, established what Is known as Wil
son's ferry on Rock river below Colone,
and be was the son of Capt. John Wil
son, the original owner of the Davenport
and Roek Island ferry. She leaves two
children. Mis Chas. M. Robinson and
Mrs. Mary J. Wilson, of this city. She
was an excellent and noble woman, and a
great many will mourn for her, as only
those who have lost a friend kind, faith
ful and true, can.
The funeral will occur tomorrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
Erasmus Ganson, of Andalusia, died
Very suddenly at the home of Wm. Edg
ington, in Edgington township Friday
night. During the day he bad been em
ployed on the premises of Mr. Edgington
chopping wood, as be bad been all the
week, and on Friday night was in an un
usually happy frame of mind, retiring in
apparently the best of spirits and health.
I!.; slept with Mr. Eigington's son,
eighteen years of age, that night.and the
next morning the boy mentioned to his
father that Mr. Gacson had manifested a
convulsive movement during the night,
and lhat he could not arouse him. Dr.
Boughton was Fumraoned and pro
nounced the man dead. He ascribed the
cause to heart disease and gave it as his
opiuion that an inquest would not be
necessary. The body was taken to An-
dalusia, where the funeral was held from
the U. P. church yesterday, the G. A. R
participating. Mr. Ganson was forty-five
years of age and leaves a wife and three
children in poor circumstances.
MR. ELOOMDIST's FUNERAL.
The runeral of Mr. August Bloomnuist
took place from the Swedish Baptist
church, Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets, at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
A ceremony was first held at the home
211i Fifth avenue by the Woodmen or
der. Venerable Council Carl Uelpenstell
and Worthy Adrvisor Edward Gayser
of Island City camp JUl'J, officiating.
The members of that camp and also of
Rack Island 29, were present. The body
was then conveyed to the church but a
half block distant through the open ranks
of the Woodmen, who stood with un
covered heads. The pall bearers,
Messrs. C. Appelquist, II. C. SchroCder,
W. C. Lemburg. Peter Olsen. O. P. IlalN
ing and C. . Johnson. At the church
the services were conducted by Rev. N.
A. Nelson, Rev. II. C. Leland of tbe
First Baptist assisting. The floral em
blems from the Woodmen society and
from the friends of tbe family were
4 Alice Frank to Ililda Frank, lot 1.
block 10, Sears. $400.
5- Estate of Susan A Schnell. Dedi
mus to take deposition of Clarind Craig,
one of the subscribing witnesses to will,
issued to A J Workman, a justice of tbe
peace of Knox county, Ohio.
Estate of Arthur Jewett Johnson;
Will admitted to probate. Letters testa
mentary issued to Abagail Amanda John
son and Arthur Johnson. Bond waived
by will. ABE Adam., M A Uolcomb
and D J Webb appointed appraisers.
Estate of Frank Liekefelt. Proof of
death filed. Will presented for probate.
Petition by Christine Liekefelt for pro
bate of will and letters testamenry filed.
Estate of Matilda llilbring. Sale bill
filed and approved.
J. W. Jones, the second band dealer.
was very busy today moving into the
store just east of his old quarters, No.
1714 Second avenue, formerly occupied
by Mr. Barns as a grocery. Mr. Jones
proposes to handle a good many new
goods in the line of bouse furnishing.
and he is always ready to buy anything
in second hand furniture, carpets, stoves.
etc., etc that families wish to dispose
of, and will give the higest possible
I never sausage weather," groaned
the ground hog, crawling back into its
cage. - .
Cordova. April 5.
Mifs Annie Tew is visiting in Hamp
Mr. Harvey Nelson, of Chicago, la
visiting bis parents.
Mr. Geo. Newton and wife, of Moline,
are visiting relatives here.
A very handsome piano came to the
depot Friday for Miss Dollie Simpson.
John and Fred Sivenson, of Moline, are
spending a few days with Ernest Wil
liams. The W. C. T. U. will hold their
monthly mass meeting Thursday even
ing. April 14th.
Ralph and Hattie Webster and Nellie
Wooders spent 8nturday in Princeton
Prof. Bittinger, Mr. OJell and Charles
Metzgar. from Port Byron, were hunting
over at the island Saturday.
George Lieberknecht, of Geneseo, was
in town Friday and Saturday tuning
pianos and taking orders for new ones.
W. D. Webster has sold his store
building to W. F. Tew, who is having it
painted and papered. When it is fin
ished it will be one of the neatest builds
ings in town.
Good news from Washington One ap
plication well rubbed in of Salvation Oil
cured me of rheumatism in the arm of
two months standing. I never intend to
be without it. II. B. Kramrk,
234 1st St.. S. E., Washington, D. C.
For rent house and six acres on the
bluffs, next eat of South Park. Ouycr
I have a supply of rood. clear ice and
will not be undersold. J. Sieorist.
For rent May 1st, saloon now occu
pied by Thiesen & Nissen, 1616 Second
avenue. Unyer & Sweeney. -
Mclntire Broa. have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Janauschek, April 19.
O. A. Steel, - - Manager.
Wednesday and Thursday Even
ings, April 9th and 10th.
Grand Matinee Tofday Afternoon at 1:40.
THE W. C. COUP
1G Educated Horses-
who do eveiylhiiignnt lalW.
The fSfim Perform hie Do.
The Great anil onlv Jopler - I-Oam.
Bra Band and OrcheMra.
EndorrKd hy pre, rlertrv acd a hool
('Grand Street Parade each Dayjyi
at ll::i. m.
Scale of Prices ;5 and SO cent children nnder
VI year, cent.-; seam now on rale Matinee
price 25 cent to all partx of Ihe bonae: school
children under IS years. 15 cent.
C. A. Htkel, - Manager.
FRIDAY EVE., APRIL 11th
r'nnr Grand Consolidated Attraction. The Great
The Witching ElEn Star,
MISS KATIE ROONEY, ' .
The Quaker City Qnmrtette Laird, Ernest. Vitri
and Graham. The New York Star Comedy Co.,
.lnie Konney. Lmm Howard, James Vincent.
Warren Anley and Wm Enntce. A perfect caat
for tne ihvrarter in the popular sonsical.
comical comedy in one laiiL'b. three arts and two
intermission, ending at 111 1I and called "A-aua
PAT'S NEW WARDROBE.
O'Hoolan, ..... pvr Rooset
The Fnnniet Irish Cntaedian.
The snperior of all dancer, and the
l)rollet and ijuainlevt actor on eart h.
KVXo extra chart'O for this tbe best of all
shows. Prices ".??, Sit-., 7c and tl 00.
C. L. UKaVEs, Ha-inese Manager.
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Bock Island lions.
So'e Agent for 10c Sheet Music.
Catalogue free, mailed to any
m ims OF
f 200.00 and Upwards
For tale, secured on land worth from
three to fie times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
dooms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK. ltLASf, ILL.,
,IJ) n (i
Spring Styles now Read.
In Our Curtain Department
Yon will find this week eight special
bargains in lace curtains.
The above mentioned are worthy of
examination . Better ones too, if wanted.
Three special numbers in dress
52in. All wool 49c
52in. " 5S
54in. " Broadcloth Finish, 73c
These flannels come in plain and
mixtures, and while suitable for dress
geods are being largely used for chil
dren's and misses' peasent cloaks.
Hock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate tbeir increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted np
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Harper's Theatre building Their
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock of Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
there ia none to surpass, they simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 120 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
Don't You Want Something
The Catsup Bottle and Berry Bowl shown above are
two of the many new things in such ware, and may give
you a little idea of what it is like; but I think you would
like to call and select from the new lines constantly
coming in, a few other articles to give variety to your
table service. As to prices if you are disappointed at
all it will be to find them so low.
It would take more space than is at my i .sposaI here
to speak at all fully of the new things coming in, to say 5
nothing of staple articles. I hope it is understood by
this time that visitors are always welcome whether they
come to buy or not, and to look at what the store con
tains is better than to read about them. Please call.
a. M, LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Avenue.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices In tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES-
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
CgTTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at 6 00 Riven away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let ns show you the book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
. CENTRAL BHOK STORK. 1818 Second Avenua
BLlf STRICT BHOI STORI)
' - tttt Fifth AttBfiV
TENNIS Flannels, all wool, band
some assortment, fast colors, 49c per
SKIRTS We show this week the
late?t in ladies' spring skirts.
Black satin skirts, fast colors.
Grey moreen skirts.
Black moreen skirts.
Grey and black mohair skirts.
We offer tbem to you at less prices
than you can make them for.
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Double Fold Cashmeres yard, 10c
Our 75c 8aiten Corsets, 49c
Linen Towels, 5c
Fancy Linen Napkins. So
Misses' Blouse Waists. 63c
Lidies' Jersey Jackets, $3 50 and op.
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