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THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, AP1IIL 8, 1890.
The greatest Muslin Underwear sale that
this section has ever known will be
opened this week at
Among the especially big leaders we
must 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'
large aprons 14c; children's twilled waists
The 25c, 39c and 50c uumbers will
make a sensation sure. For fuller par
ticulars see large bills and circulars de
nrribiDg all the different grades, styles,
We shall also call special attention
this week to some 27 different styles of
corsets on which we shall offer special
advantages to induce purchasers, perhaps
in advance of your actual needs for the
The Pacific dress challies to be opened
on Monday a. m. at
SJc TER YARD.
Nothing like them at the price.
Tattle and floor oil cloths in basement.
y3ee large hand bills.
1713- "I. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient You can eave money
by buying of us now.
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER 4 HOUSMAN.
KOHN fc ADLER,
-Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c a Bottle.)
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 silecia.
Remnants of prints at half price and
Baseball supplier and fish hooks and
lines, at a fraction of the usual cost.
A nice new assortment of choice
triple plate silver tableware at much less
than half, and some at one quarter price
ATTENTION, SMOKERS 1
In response to the popular demand
for corncob Dines we have nwurpri annth.
er dray load of the aforesaid article, on
which we name the price one cent each
or 12c doz.
Lemon squeezers, jumping ropes,
butter ladles, r il can9. hatchets, shovels
and spades, all in the basement depart'
A job of 50 misses' rubber coats at
72c worth $1.50.
Two job bov' white shirt9 at 16c
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
A STORM SCARE
Exaggerated Rumors of a Cy
clone's Work and the Damage.
Proph atstown, Jolyn, Oaborne and
ther riarrn Vialted, bat no tSerlona
IamaKe lone-.Tbe K-stent of the
Whet the ominous clouds gathered in
the wett, at about 6.30 last evening
and approached the city rapidly, anxiety
was felt by all who saw them, and many
sought places of safety, fearing that des
tructiot similar to that which recently
visited Louisville, was about to strike
the city. But the point which divides
the mouth of Rock river from the Miss
issippi and which has saved Rock Island
frc m n any a cruel blast from the ele
ments liroke the storm, rested its fury,
and the wind laden cloud separated, a
small part going up the Mississippi while
most of it swept up Rock river,
the two clouds encircleing the
city nl concentrating again in
the ntrlh and east Still some
were alarmed lest the city would yet be
doomed, but the storm reunited and set
tled in tl eeast. and gradually disappeared.
The local weather prophet shook his
bead, sai 1 something about what an es
cape Rok Island had that time, but with
a still m-.re self-satisfied air gave warn
ing that there would be more heard of
that storm yet. And he was right.
Beyond Denrock, on the Sterling and
Savanna divisions ot the C, B. & Q., the
storm seems to have done the most dam
ape, the extent of which, however, was
greatly overestimated at first reports re
ceived lute last night and early this
morning, one of which was that Proph
etstown, in Whiteside county, had been
entirely swept away with appalling loss
of life; mother, that Joslin and Hills
dale, in tl.is county, had fared seriously;
that Tampico had been blown to pieces,
and that the storm had left destruction
everywhere in its path. Careful investi
gation of all these rumors by the A nous
correspondents at the various places, in
response ro instructions from this office,
isattendel by the happy discovery that
all have heen very much exaggerated;
the storm created a panic
the wind blew furiously, and hail of
an unusual size fell.' It was about 7:15
that tliestorm struck the town from the
west and north, carrying with it a cy
clonic whi.iing movement. People rushed
into the streets and screamed and prayed,
and it wis this excitement, no doubl,
that gave rise to the reports of dire lie
struction and death. A number of
buildings were blown down, and the
sides of ot'iers smashed in. The C, B.
& Q. depi t was unroofed and moved
about th re.: inches off its foundation. A
house belonging to Claus Reynolds was
damaged, and the elevator of Olmsteads
& Math was blown down. No one was
killed, and only five or six injured, and
they not seriously. Three freight cars
were derail i.'d and others blown aloni; the
at o BOKNK.
AtOjhoine great alarm was manifes
ted as the f-torm approached. The vari
ous looking clouds approached rapidly.
and within a few rods of the McEniry
homestead descended into Rock river,
which flows directly in front of the
house. Tie cloud seemed to go
under the river like a scoop, coming out
again and l.fting the water fully 100 feet
in the air. It was a gorgeous sight,
though it struck terror to all who wit
nessed it. The cloud was apparently
twenty roi s in width, and after its de
scent into the water it hugged the river
bank closely as it passed northeast. The
windmill on the premises of J. Q. s
borne was leveled, and a number of corn
cribs were blown do wn. No other dam
age was done in the vicinity of Osborne.
a few window panes were broken, out
bouses blown down and telegraph poles
and fences leveled. At Hillsdale the
damage was of no more serious nature,
a number of sheds, corn cribs and fences
being destroyed, but no greater damage
In Sterling a report gained currency
that hundreds of lives had been lost at
Prophetstown, and a special train of
surgeons and citizens was run down on
the Burlington road; Prophetstown was
well advertised last night. The Chicago
and St. Louis papers speak of the town's
supposed fa'ein startling headlines, while
dispatches have been received today from
papers as tai awav as New York City for
full details of the destruction. The real
facts are an agreeable disappointment to
An IntrrrHtlna Cants
In the circuit court this morning Judge
Glenn presiding, was commenced tbe
$75,000 dam tge suit of Nelson B. Fassett
vs the Moline Malleable Iron company.
The plaintiC avers that the defendants
failed to manufacture in compliance with
a .license which he had given them, a
driye chain, of which he wb the paten
tee, while the defense ia that there was a
senior patent on the chain and that the
Malleable Iron company was enjoined in
the U. S. courts frorc maaufacturing the
chain. The attorneys in the case are
Messrs. W. II. White, of Davenport, C.
W. Dunham, of Geneseo, and M. M.
Sturgeon, of this city, for the plaintiff,
and Judge Wilkinson and Mr. Wm. Jack
son, of this city, and Mr. Oflall, of Chi
cago, for the defense. The jury is com
FM Sinne'.t. Rock Island; John Bar
ton, Coal Val ey; N G Field, South Rock
Island; CC Coyne, Port Byron; Frank
ITnrlaell. Rock Island; .Peter uoose.
Hampton; E F Helpenstell, Rock Island;
John Fitzgitbona, Canoe Creek; E D
Folsom, Rock Island; Frank Wood.Edg-
ington; Ale tider Craig. Coal vaiiey.ana
Cyrus Kennecy, Annaiusia.
Fui Flaying Cards-
Send ten (10) cents in stamps or coin
to John Sebaellan, Uen i iki ana rass.
Art Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific Ky.,
fr nark of the latest, smoothest,
slickest play ng cards that ever glad
dened the eyia and rippled along the
finders of the devotee of seven-up. Casi
no0 Dutch, i nchre. whist or any other
ancient or mo tern game, uu
money's worth five times over.
Egga 10 cents per dozen at May's.
Read Mrs. Greenawalt's new adverlis
ment. Fresh parsnips, carrots and cabbage at
C. C. Truesdale's.
General Freight Agent StockhouBe, of
the R. I. & P is in Chicago.
Tbe Schnell club holds a literary at its
rooms in Buford block tonight.
Mrs. W. S. Knowlton and daughter,
Miss Grace, are visiting at Maquoketa,
President R. R. Cable of the great
Rock Island route, was in the city this
Horace Nelson has been succeeded as
Stewart at the Rock Island house by J.
The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Perry
will be held from Trinity church tomor
row at 2 p. m.
Notices have been Teceived of a reun
ion ot the blue and Gray at Vicksburg,
Miss., on May 25 -30th next.
C. C. Tcuesdale's window is displayed
with canned fruits, jellies, pickles, etc.,
in an exceedingly attractive manner.
Anyone wishing to try a gas cookinu
stove or range should visit tbe Industrial
fair and witness the Gas company's dis
play. Frank K m ime, who is associated with
F. W. Goeke in the commission, fruit and
produce business, is in the city for tbe
Conductor Ed. Teller, of the Savanna
train on the Q , is laid up with illness
and Conductor Bob Frazer is running his
RevG. W. Gue is soon to publish a
handsomely bound and illustrated book
of patriotic poems entitled, "Our Coun
Call at Armory hail any evening this
week and examine the gas cooking
ranges and the high power regenerative
Carl Craiger has been detailed as spec
ial watchman at the Bailey Diveuport
residence until a settlement of the estate
Mr. Geo. W. D. Harris sold today to
Dr. Bernhardt for J. W. Mason, a lot on
Fifth avenue, west of the doctor's new
home, for $2,200.
The work of laying the new tile walk
on the Sixteenth street and Second ave
nue sides of Mrs. Lynde's residence is
Conductor A. H. Pollard, of the Q , is
having an addition built to his residence
on Eighteenth street. W. A. Guthrie
has the contract.
Trof. Jerome McNeill,, principal of the
Moline high school, has resigned to ac
cept a professorship in the university of
Arkansas at Fayettville.
Nellie Rounds, the Moline girl, was
adjudged insane in the county court yes
terday afternoon, and this morning Sher
iff Silvia sent her to Elgin.
Chas. Ilatton, general agcnt.and Chas.
W. Beaver, press agent for Cleveland's
minstrels, which appear in Kock Island
soon, are at the Rock Island house.
The people of Coal Valley are endeav
oring to bring pressure to bear sufficient
to induce Dr. W. B. Martin of Norris to
assume his father's practice at the Valley.
Collector-elect David Fitzgerald, Asses
sor J. II. Hitter and Assistant Supervi
sors Browner, Bnrrall. Ludolph and
Frick have qualified before City Clerk
There is on exhibition at thelnd us tri
al fair five different varieties of gas cook
ing ranges, viz: The Eclipse. Quirk
Meal, Success, Gilt Edge and Jewel, the
first two named being in full operation.
Billy Cation, the Rock Island billiard
ist, is making a splendid reputation for
himself in the tiilli&rd contiwla at Chica
go, holding his own with the great
kings of the table, St hafer and Siossen.
Fred Swanson, an employe at the glass
works, fell through a swing-hole last
night a distance of nine feet and sus
tained several bad bruises, though noth
ing at all serious. He lives at 312 Fifth
Tbe wife and daughter of tbe late
August Blooroquist desire to publicly ex
press their thanks to their friends and
neighbors and to the Woodmen of Rock
Island for kindness and attention during
their recent affliction.
By a new time card which went into
effect on the Racine &, Southwestern flij
vision of the C, M. & St. P. Sunday, the
morning train for Racine now leaves
Hock Island at 0.43 a. ni. again, instead
ot 6:110 as more recently.
The Improvement Guild of Trinity
church will serve tea and wafers for ten
cents at the residence of Mrs. G. L. Eya-
ter, 1 1051 hecond avenue, ednesday,
April 9th, from 3 until C o'clock. A fine
assortment of needle work suitable for
tea tables will be for sale.
John ScoU, son of Aid. W. W. Scott,
has been appointed substitute mail car
rier by Postmaster Wells, and the ap
pointment is one of the most creditable
the boss has yet made, but it does not
amend for the treatment he has shown
Carrier Doyle in removing him without
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Leonard's daughter
Mabel, aged eleven years, has been very
ill at their home in South Rock Island for
three weeks, but is now improving. Dr.
Taul, tbe attending physician, first pro
nounced tbe ailment rheumatism, but
perious titis has since developed itself,
which the doctor, thinks is tbe conse
quence of a bruise. There are no longer
any apprehensions as to the child's re
covery. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Wilson was
held this morning, with services at her
late home Eighteenth street and Seventh
avenue, conducted by the Rev. G. W.
Gue. The honorary pall bearers were:
C. R. Ainsworlh. E.P. Renyolds, S. W.
McMa;.ier, David Ilawes.C.LI. Stoddard.
J. D. Taylor. Phillip Simmons, and T. J.
Robinson, while the active bearers were:
Phil Mitchell. Frank Mixter. J. J. Reim
crs Dr. J. W. Stewart, W. T. Magill
and J. F. Robinson.
The funeral of the late Dr. Martin, of
Coal Valley, was held yesterday morning.
Rev. W. Russell of Milian officiating. A
number of members of Barrett chapter A.
F. and A. M.T of this city attended,
Capt. H- C. Cleveland conducting the
Masonic services. The pall bearers
were Messrs. Thos. Corns, Richard Bat
tersby, Thos. Lees. Andrew Donaldson,
Robert Lee and John McCandtess.
Messrs. Cook, Robinson and Corns of
this city, rendered several selections.
Funeral Director B. F. Knox, who had
charge of the arrangements, says the
funeral attendance was one of the largest
he has ever seen in Rock Island county.
"California on Wheels," the free roll
ing fair from the Golden state, will not
be able to get to Rock Island, but will
remain sidetracked for four days next
Wednesday. Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday at the Perry street depot, Daven
port, where during each day from 8uJ0 a.
m. to 9 p. m , it will be open free to the
public. The train consists of three
handsome vestibuled coaches full of lus
cious fruits, mammoth vegetables, woods,
wines, cereals and fibers, and the whole
forms a very beautiful display of the in
teresting natural and manufactured pro
ducts of California. Nothing is sold at
the cars and there is -no chance to spend
any money. Gavin D. High, the gentle
manly press correspondent, is connected
with the reportorial staff of one of tbe
leading San Francisco papers.
Views of the Aldermen on More
Paahloa; the Improvement Eaatward
The Avenue and Htreeta Where
tiie Work Is Contemplated The
At last night's council meeting Aid.
Hampton presented an ordinance for the
curbing and paving with brick of Fourth
avenue from Twentieth to Twenty-third
street, of the latter street from Fourth to
Fifth avenue and of Fifth or Moline ave
nue to Thirty-eighth street The ordi
nance was received with favor by the
majority of the aldermen, and had it been
possible under tbe law, it would have
been passed by a good majority last
Aids. Hampton, Howard, Negus and
Scott supported the proposition with
pointed and well directed remarks. Aid.
Knox also expressed himself in favor of
paving, notwithstanding that this latest
contemplated extension would strike him
pretty hard. He thought, however, that
the city should not undertake too
much or Ity out too much money
on a particular street. He believed in
scattering the street improvements. Aid.
Edwards favored the paving improve
ments, and he expressed bis belief that it
would not be long before they would
cover the entire city. Yet he thought
the council should not act too hastily. It
should weigh the matter well before as
suming tbe undertaking. Tbe city should
not attempt too much at once. Aid.
Corken was in favor of the paviag ex
tensions, and would vote for it, but be
held that the outgoing council should
not undertake too much that really be
longed to the new council.
A motion to refer to the new council
was defeated, and ths ordinance comes
up again at the next regular meeting,
when it will probably pass, as it should,
as the present council is entitled to the
credit of the improvement as adding an
other commendable feature to its rec
ord. The contractors Atkinsou & Olof
were ordered to commence the Eigh
teenth street pavement by May 1. The
council really should hav6 an under
standing with the Moline electric rail
way between now and then, and if a
track is to be put in it should be done
before the pavement is started, thus sav
ing annoyance to the property holders,
and giying tbe road an opportunity to
hear lis portion of the improvement as it
should be required to d.
Thing or IntrrrM at the Indnolrial
Kxhibit at Armory Hall.
Mr. J. Miger has added to the dis
play an exhibit of his architectural iron
works, and Mrs. C. E. Frrell has con
tributed two 1oxp9 of White Rose soap,
and Warnock & Ralston a gross of Black
Hawk tar soap.
Another entertaining musical pro
gramme added to the enjoyment ot tbe
Industrial fair at Armory hall last even
ing. It was conducted from Mr. A. C.
Woodyatt's corner, and was in a high
Tonight the South Rock Island Dras
matic company appear in the two-act
drama. "Above the Clouds." under the
management of Mr. Harry Bostock, and
wi'h the following cast:
Grace Ingalls, An Artist, Miss Florence
Bostock; Hester, unknown; LucretiaGer
rish. so romantic. Miss Alice Bostock;
Susie. Mies Clara Reuth; The hermit,
Mr. Henry Bostock; Mr. Thorpe, a city
gentleman, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Naylor, a
poet, Robert Reuth; Curtis Cbipman,
Allie Brasher; Howard Gaylord, Ben
Dunlap; Amos Gaylord, Henry Duefferin.
Woodyatt's orchestra wlli furnish mu-i
sical accompaniment, and Miss Alice
Bostock will render several vocal selec
tions incidental to the action of the
Tomorrow night Mrs. Milton Jones
and children will giye one of their charm
Elaborate preparations are being made
tor the firemen's night festivities Satur
day evening. It will be an elegant
The Ureal Horse MUw,
The W.C. Coup Equescurriculiim opens
a two nights' engagement with Thursday
afternoon matinee at Harper's theatre to
morrow evening. The Minneapolis Trib
Tbe W. C. Coup Equescurriculum gave
a most novel and a most thoroughly en
joyable entertainment at the People's
theatre last evening to a crowded house.
Tbe horses themselves are splendid spec
imens, and they move about the stage,
their satiny spots glistening under tbe
light and so full of life and spirit that it
is a pleasure simply to look at them.
They do 100 marvelous things which no
one ever dreamed a horse could accom
plish. Round after round of applause
followed, when Bonita distinguished
numbers and added them. Peck enjoyed
a swing, and Nip and Tnck indulged in a
see-saw. And when Peck's Bad Boy
chased the attendants off the stage, tbe
crowd bowled with delight. One of the
most enjoyable features of the perform
ance was tbe exhibition given by Gen.
Sherman, the magnificent snow white
stal ion. The military drill given by tbe
ten bronchos is one of tbe most remarka
ble things in the entertainment aa well aa
the most effective. Prof. Fryer's dogs
give a very unique performance that is
almost as wonderful as that of the horses.
Miss Ida Clark's performance on the cor
net was marvelous, and tbe other features
were all excellent.
States ta HI Malaaa.
Three toughs entered tbe saloon of
Bank Reese, on Market square in Mo
line last eveniog, and ordered drinks.
After they had finished they engaged the
proprietor, wbo had indulged to the ex
tent of one or two drinks and perhaps
more, in conversation, and taking advan
tage of a moment when he was off his
guard, struck him and knocked him
down, and while two were beating him
and kicking him,- the other skipped
around behind the counter and emptied
the contents of the till about $10 into
his pockets. They then attempted to
bold Mr. Reese up, and he had a well-
filled wallet in his pocket, bat bis wiJs
attracted by the noise, appeared on the
scene, and the scamps fled. Mr. Reese
is laid up with his injuries today, and
there are no clues to his assailants.
Fourth Annual Ball.
The fourth annual ball of Bleuer's
band will occur at Armory hall on the
evening of Saturday, April 19. Bleuer's
ball is well known as one of the social
events of the season, being always large
ly patronized. Tickets for sale by the
Pains in the back are frequently caused
by a sudden wrenching ot the spine. A
few applications of Salvation Oil will
give permanent relief. Price twenty-five
cents. For sale by all druggists.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Janauschek, April 19.
C. A. Steel, - Manager.
"Wednesday and Thursday Even
ings, April 9th and 10th.
Grand Matinee Tuesday Afternoon at 8:40.
THE W. C. COUP
1G Educated Horses-
who do evetythiug bat talk.
The fVfOO Performing Oops.
The Great and unlv Jnirgler -Pi-Camo.
Bras Band and Orchestra.
Endorsed by press, clergy and ec hool
aMTGrand Street Parade each Dayjgl
at 11:3(1 a. m.
Scale of Prices 85 and 50 cent?; children nnder
li year. 5 cents; aeats now on ale Matinee
prices 25 cents to all parts of the house; school
children nnder 12 years. 15 cents.
O. A. Steel, - - Manager.
FRIDAY EVE , APRIL 11th
Fonr Grand Consolidated Attractions. The Greax
The Witching Elfin Star.
MISS KATIE ROONEY,
The (jnaker City Quartette Laird, Ernest, Pieri
and Urabam. The New York Star Comedy Co.,
.losie Kooney, Emma Howard, James incent,
Wanvn Ashley and Wm Eunice. A p erfect cast
for the characters in the popular musical,
comical comedy in one lunch, three acts and two
intermissions, ending at 10: fc) and called "Asana
PAT'S NEW WARDROBE.
O'Hoolsn, - - - - - Pat Roonit
The Funniest Irish Comedian,
The superior of all darn ers, and the
Drollest and Quaintest actor on earth.
tWXo extra charge for this the tx-st ot all
shows. Prices 25c, 5iic and Tic .
C. L. Graves, Business Manager.
Caas. A. Stiei.,
ONE NIGHT OJTLY.
TUESDAY EVE., APRIL 15.
W. S. CLEVELAND'S
Led bv $M0.00 a-Iay
(Hi4 last appearance prior to a trip to Europe)
An1 merry, mirthful Dongherty. Burt Sbeppard,
John Queen, Harry Litrhton, "The Two Yirtoa,
J . Marcus Unylc. Casteel Brjdes and
Sumptuous. Spectacular ttceuic first part, the
must gorgeous ever produced. Venetian Nights.
The micinal Oriental Patml-marrb, Tbe Egyptian
Phalanx, Amazm; Antiisxlean annex,
4 Little All RiphU! 4
Cha. K Cleveland, Business Maugr.
Cms. Hoi. Ton. Uene ra) Aernu
Grand I'araie of this powerful organization on
day of performance
Scale of Prices iV, 50c, 7:"c and J 1 .00; reserv
ed seats may he secured at Cleniann Salzmaun's
Table and Shelf Oil
room a:;d picture
tPicture Cord, Tuine, Nail,
and Hooks at lowest prices.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island Honse.
ik .cms or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms 8 and 4 Maeotdc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK. 1S1.AXD, ILL.,
ID m (I
Spring Styles now Beady.
In Our Curtain Department
You will find this week eight special
bargains in lace curtains.
Tbe above mentioned are worthy of
examination . Better ones too, if wanted.
Three special numbers in dress
62m. All wool 49c
52in. " " 53
54in. " " Broadcloth Finish, 75c
These flannels come in plain and
mixtures, and while suitable for dress
goods are being largely used for chil
dren's and misses' peasent cloaks.
In order to accommodate their 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
Ilarper'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 is none to surpass, they simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
POPULAR STYLES, FIRST CLASS MATERIALS,
of every Wav, in
Price ranging from 18o to f i S3 (a. h.
Fashion has dictated that tbe
popular Trimming for the aea
son shall be
Oar stack 1 not abort one datirable Item.
About 100 different designs. Stylish and pretty. From $1.00 to 112.00.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities,
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
ISjTTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at 6 00 tfren away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let us show you the book and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8HOB STORE, 1818 Second Avenue
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
TENNIS Flannels, all wool, hand
some assortment, fast colors, 49c per
SKIRTS We show this week the
latest in ladies' spring skirts.
Black satin skirts, fast colors.
Grey moreen skirts.
Black moreen skirts.
Grey and black mohair skirts.
We offer them to you at less prices
than you can make them for.
Please examine when you call the
Double Fold Cashmeres yard, 10c
Our 75c Batten Corsets, 49c
Linen Towels, 5c
Fancy Linen Napkins, 5c
Misses' Blouse Waists, 63c
Ladies' Jersey Jackets, f 3 50 and up.
Hock Island. Illinois.
No greater variet y of hapca and braidi
Especially tbe .mall, neb material.