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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1890.
Best Wire Screens, hard wood (red
oak) frames, colors either green or
black, sizes adjustable to fit any win
1 9 to 24 inches 25c
24 to 29 inches 32c
29 to 35 inches, 38c
And combination step ladder. Kitchen
chairs at one half the prices charged by
regular dealers in the trade.
Mosquito bars, full pieces, 8 yards.
White, per piece, 30c.
Colors, per piece, 32c.
Pink, per piece, 34c
. Latest and best Shepard's lightning
ice cream freezers, half regular price in
our basement sales room.
Kalsomine and white wush brushes
1 8 and 25o.
Smith's best scrub brushes, 8c.
Blacking brushes, 8, 1 8 and 25c.
Bixby'sbest shoe blacking, 2c a box.
All above quoted as special bargains
in our basement sales room.
Have you finished house cleaning?
Replenish your linens, towels and
napkins . Last weeks prices hold good
for this week on all goods we have left.
Nottingham lace curtains, received
late last week, on sale this week.
Special bargains at $1.00, $1.20, $1.
50. $1.75, $1-82 and 2.00.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Second Avknuk.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. You can pave money
by buying of ns now. "
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & EOUSMAN.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & AJDLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant and act like a charm.
They have no equal as a Family Pill, and that all may try them
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Bock Island.
We start the ball rolling with 50
dozen pure silk mitts in blacks only at
yc per pair.
One small lot of colored pure silk
mitts at 14c a pair.
One large lot of 60 dozen all silk mitts
blacks, only for both misses and ladies'
extra good quality at 1 6o, worth 30c
Big job, heavier quality, all blacks,
both misses and ladies sizes at 20o,
have sold at 60o.
'At 25c the greatest drive of this
great sale will be found. Three styles
of black and three different styles of
colored mitts are put in at 25c. This is
the popular price, and we have search
ed the market through and through,
and can confidentially assert that these
are so much better value than anything
else we nave seen as to be absolutely
incomparable. Kemeraber 25o.
The next is 30c per pair, are good.
sizes, extra weight, extra cheap.
The other prices at 35c, 42c, 45o,
48o, 50o, 62o, 68o. 72c and 75c are
each and every one of individual merit
Elbow and shoulder lengths in eve
ning street shades and blacks. They
are aa, ao and 30 inches long. Some
styles entirely new.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
THI! WHEELS OF INDUSTRY
Many New Enterprises to be Start
ed About Rock Island.
The Korkforrt I'onatrnrtlon t'ompa-
pan) 'a Plant A Crist Mill, Pickle
Factory ana Other Projects on Foot
A Promising Station.
Tin) advancement which Rock Island is
to nuke this season is not to be confined
alone to beautifying. But the improve
ment!! that have been and are being made
in our streets, sidewalks and parks have
given an impetus to new industries round
about the city. Of course the most im
porta at of these is the brick plant la pro
cess cf erection at Sears by the Rockford
Consiruction. Ao A kg us representative
who visited the scene of operations this
morning was greatly surprised at the
progiets of tbe work. The frame is near
ly up for tbe main building or grinding
boust, which is to be three stories in
height and with dimensions, as hereto
fore i.oted. of 50 by 65 feet, while tbe dry
hous! adjoining it is also well under
way. Its dimensions are to be 40 bv 130
feet. Manager Meade, who has just
returned from Rockford is person
ally nupeivising the work of construe
Uon at Sears. "We have decided
to do tble the capacity originally contenv
plated," he said to the news man, "and
will have nine kilns with a capacity of
75,000 brick each, and our buildings will
beencted with a view to enlarging the
capacity still further as the requirements
arise. A9 you see we have one kiln al
ready pretty well advanced, and we pro
pose to push things now until we are
ready to make brick. We hope to be
manufacturing by July 1st."
In response to a-solicitation on the
part of the Ahous representative. Mr.
Meade gave a brief idea of the process to
be employed. An incline is to be con
structed by meanB of a tunnel under the
roadbed of the Rock Island & Milan rail
way from the clay beds on one side of
the track to tbe third t tory of the grind-
ng house. On this a car, automatic in
its manipulations, will carry a load of
clay und empty it into the crusher, from
which it passes through the various pro-
cessei until it comes out in the shape of
a brick. After passing into the dry
houst' the brick is heated by hot air for
twen y-four hours, when it passes into
the kiln for two days at slow heat, then
atwblteheat for four or five days, and
after cooline two days the vitrified ma
terial ia ready for use. So it will
be feen that from the time the
rough clay passes from the automatic car
nto the crusher, not more than ten
days lapse before the vitrified brick is
ready to be hauled away. The industry
is one that will be of advantage to Rock
hland far beyond the first calculations.
OTHER INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES.
Milan is to have a new grist mill with
a capital of $3,000. The city of Milan
has impropriated f 500 toward the in-
ustiy, the citizens of the town have
raised a similar amount, while Messrs.
George Sears and John Johnston have
added money sufficient to meet the capi
tal indicated, and the erection of tbe mill
will be commenced within ten days.
President I. V. McCagg, of the Milan
Canning company, which Rock Island
capi alists were shaky about investing in,
has just returned from Des Moines where
he received an order for seven car loads
of Gunned goods, the demand being with
out regard to price. This speaks pretty
well for quality .
A pickle factory is among tbe new in
dust ties that are being talked of at Milan.
It is believed the plans will soon all be
comaleted for the transmission of tbe
power from the Sears dam to Rock Island,
for manufacturing purposes. The de
tails are all practically settled already.
The Odd Fcllowa' Mortal.
Tae social given by Rock Island lodge,
No. IS. I. O. O. F., last evening at the
lodce hall was an enjoyable affair. There
was a large attendance of brothers from
Ucal lodge. No. COS, Hecker lodge, No.
113, Sisters of Rebeckah, as well as a
number of widows of deceased brothers.
The entertainment was opened by music
from Bleuer's band. After singing the
opening ode by the brothers, Fred Krell,
acting as chairman of the entertainment
committee, addressed the brothers and
friends by way of a welcome. A quar
tette consisting of J. D. Bollman, Mrs.
Mary Farrell, Miss Jennie Fitzpatrick and
Wn. Don, favored the friends with a
sod sr. air. i.. I). Sweeney made a short
address on 'OJd Fellowship." Then
cane a song by the quartette; a recitation,
"Mary Queen of Bcotts," by Miss Floi-
em e Bostock ; a song by the quartette;
an address by J. K. Groom, of Moline, on
tht "Patriarch Militants;" a song, "A But-
toiihole Boquet,"by Miss Alice Bostock; a
soi ig by the quartette; music by tbe band
an 1 the introduction of the Odd Fellows'
"goat," which created much amusement
foi those present.
Much praise and credit was given tbe
quartette and the Misses Bostock for
th i r fine singing and recitation, which,
with the addresses, were well applauded,
and made an enjoyable part, which the
Qdd Fallows appreciate very much. Af
ter the entertainment part there was
dancing and sociability among all pres
"We are the People."
The small dealer, whose commercial
attnding according to Bradstreet's and
Dinn a financial ratings, ia worth from
nothing to $500, and who thinks he is in
competition with us, rushes into tbe pa-.
pcra with another string of falsehoods
tt ia morning. He is so badly rattled
aliout tbe way be ia getting knocked out,
tt at be couldn't tell the trdth if he tried.
He is bo hard np for business, that
bo baa to paint the store he
n nts, in ordar to keep tbe few
rren and boys- he employs, busy
V'e have three times as many first-class
m orkmen at-work as he has men and boys
a' 1 pnt together, and we -can give em
ployment to a great many more. We
a 111, on anything and everything that he
tolls discount bis prices twenty per cent,
I' you want good goods cheap, call and
s se us. You will find the Adams "Wall
F aper Company is the place to save
Bioney and to be honestly dealt with.
. Adams Wau. Pates Coy
OUR PUBLTC SCHOOLS.
laat Xleht'a Reanlar Monthly Meet
Ins of the Hoard 'arlona Matter
of Importance Receive Attention.
The board of education met in regular
monthly session last evening, present,
President Thomas and Directors Barih
Tbe report of Truant Officer Kimball
was read as follows:
To tha Board of Education, Rock Island School
I have investigated twentytwo cases
of absence wherein nothing pertaining
to truancy was involved. I have ar
rested and returned to school or to tneir
parents twelve truants during the school
term of April just passed. I report fur
ther that the children spoken of in my last
report as being retained from school, and
as net having been in the full amount of
time required by law, are with very few
exceptions, uow in attendance, some of
which have already been in the lull
amount. The exceptions spoken of ex
ist altogether in families wherein the of
ficer would hardly be justified in enforc
ing tbe law sickness and poverty exist
ing in one family, poverty and filth in
others, the children scarcely ever being
in condition to enter school on account
of filth. . Respectfully submitted.
B. II. Kimball. Truant Olnr.
Rork Island. May 10, 1S90.
The commitle on improvements re
ported tbe letting of a contract to Davis
& Co. to put a water connection from the
city waterworks into building No. 7 for
fll5, and such action was approved.
The same committee reported having had
an analysis of the drinking water at No.
6 made, and found the same pure. The
committee was authorize! to provide a
a flagstaff for the high school building.
It was ordered that the question of
heating and ventilating of No. 6 come up
for final disposition at the next regular
meeting of the board.
The president reported the signing of
the contract with Ritchey & DcGear for
the new building for No. 2 at a
contract price of $9 249, this to include
screens for all basement windows. A
bond of $4,000 signed by Messrs. W. B.
Ferguson, J. F( Ribinsrm and J. J.
Reimers was presented, and the president
and clerk were authorized to sign a con
tract with the Ruttan Furnace company
for $800, and also with Architect J. W.
Ross, the consideration being 5 per cent
for plans, specifications and supervision.
It was ordered that the schools be
closed on Friday. May 30 Memorial dy.
The following bills were allowed:
R. I Cornice Works. 16.90; H. F. Cor-
des. $9.00; J. M. Beardsley & Company.
$7.50; Atkinson & Oloff, $2 40; Stewart
& Montgomery. $5.10; Henry Dirts'
Sins. $1.50; Geo. Beck. $16.22: L
Ritchey, $1.25; O. R. Houail. $7.90; T.
ti. Thomas, $10; R. I. Gas company. $1;
William Don, $16; Seevers fc Anderson,
$.",9 75; R. I. Lumber company, 19; S.
S. Kemble. $3; Lewis Barlow, $17.40;
.1. W. Ross. $20i); J. A. Bishop. $12.02;
Marshall Shaw, $5; Total, $390.13.
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Furcer lae 11 ml ;mlij and -rla
Year In the Penitentiary Other
In tbe circuit court this morning, Ed
ward Ie alias Thatcher, indicted for for
gery at the Rock Island house pleaded
guilty, and Judge Smith sentenced him to
a year in the penitentiary.
Oscar Lindquist plead guilty to burg
lary, but sentence was withheld.
Tbe hearing of the arguments for a re
ceiver for the Rock Island & Milan road
has not yet taken place, though this is
tbe day appointed for it.'
The grand jury in connection with its
report of true bills yesterday submitted
"That we have in a body visited the
jail and find it to be in a safe, clean and
sanitary condition. Also that the pris
oners unanimously express themselves
satisfied with the treatment and fare
which they receive at the bands of the
sheriff,, and his assistants."
The McEniry case against the city is
progressing before a jury composed of
Dans. Frederick, Frank Johnson, F. W.
Knowlton, James Adams, W.J B. Kent,
Peter Garvin, James Lawless, Luther
Hutchinson, Geo. Nolil, J. A. Cooley. W.
F. Fulmer and Chas. Denhart.
The Waxes nrmin.
While the Rock Island county grand
jury was reporting an indictment against
Noel Bradford yesterday fbr borse steal
ing, a crirne be was guilt; of in this couns
ty in bis attempt to escape after break
ing jail at Davenport, Judge Howat was
passing sentence upon bim in the circuit
court at Davenport ti five years in the
penitentiary, a jury having found bim
guilty in less than an hour's time of an
attempt to murder James W. Delano,
operator at the station at the end of the
double track of the C, R. I. & P.,
Davenport, by shooting him on the
evening of July 30, 1887, as has been
previously recited. . Bradford entered a
plea in his own behalf in response to the
question as to why sentence should not
be pronounced. He was poor, be said,
and but 18 years of age. He bad not
possessed the necessary funds to secure
witnesses from another state to testify as
to his whereabouts at the time the crime
was alleged to have betn commit
ted. He felt that he had not bad
fair trial, and that the jury had not care
fully considered the testimony. . There-
fare he did not think sentence should be
pronounced. Tbe judge in response said
that the jury bad found the defendant
guilty of assault with intent to commit
murder, the testimony no doubt being
sufficiently strong to warrant the jury in
such a course. Tbe crime committed
wai a serious one, for which there were
no mitigating circumstances. Bat in
consideration of the youth of the con
victed party, jmd of the fact that since
tbe commission of the crime he had spent
three years in jail, tbe sentence would be
oade as light as the circumstances war
ranted. So tbe youth was sentenced to
the penitentiary for five years.
Bradford was seen afterward in the
county jail, and apparently took tbe mat
ter to heart. Be said that he would serve
his sentence out like a man, and when he
agaia received his liberty he proposed to
lead a new life.
-:- - Bead Tata.
Tbe dotf6le edged reversible shears
two pair in one the most practical
shears invented. J. W. Jones sole agent
for Bock Island county. No. 1611 Sec
ond avenue. Rock Island.
PASSED THE SENATE.
The Knck lalaad Poatofflce Bill Is all
Klgut TJie Hixhest Branch or t on
Kress Realises Ita Importance.
President Hass, of the Rock Inland
Citizens' Improvement association, re
ceived a dispatch from Vice President
Carse, of the association, this afternoon
stating that Senator Spoonerhad broneht
the $100,000 postofflce appropriation bill
up in the senate under a suspension of
the rules and that it had passed that body
succestf ally. To say that this is glorious
news but feebly expresses it.
M. M. Corbett is, in the city.
Head lettuce at F. G. Young's.
String beans at F. G. Young's.
Choice strawberries at F. G. Young's
Nice tomatois and spinach at F. G.
W. C Collins and family leave for St.
Paul this evening on an extended visit.
Tomorrow being Ascension day there
will be services at Trinity at 9 a m and
Dr. C. C. Carter and W. 8. Knowlton
will sell the fence and rear buildings on
school lot No. 2 to the highest bidder.
A regiment of government troops
passed through Rock Uland yesterday
en route from Sin Francisco to New
J. Henry L'uMers, captain of Morris
camp. Sons of Veterans, left this morn
ing for Illinois City to inspect a camp
Mrs. Morris Rosenfield has received a
cablegram from her husband, announc
ing his safe arrival at Southhampton
in good health.
Mr. Frank Nailer gave a very inter
esting object lesson in chemical science
at the South Park chapel lafl evening.
Mr. A. M. Blakesley assisted in tbe en
tertainment. Ex-Postmaster I). W. Gould, of Mo
line, has been appointed a director and
treasurer of the Moline branch of the
American Building and Loan association
Mrs. C. H. E Igecombe, of tbe Fourth
avenue hotel, swor out a warrant
against ber husband before Magistrate
Wivill this afternoon, charging him with
threatening to kill ber.
Tomorrow Mr. C. B. Holmes and his
associates who control the principal
street car lin8 of the three cities, will be
here to inspect their plant and consider
means of mproving the motive power.
Drs. C. Bernhardi and C. B. Kinyon,
of this city, end J. H.Sale, of Molioe.
have upon Congressman Gesl's recom
mendation, been appointed a board of
pension examiners with headquarters
in Rork Island.
The city has decided to rill Fonrth ave
n' e between Twelfth and Fifteenth
streets, and Supt. Schnitirer bss been
authorized by tbe mayor to lay bis tracks
to grade, the city to follow up with the
fill of the entire street.
Mr. Henry Von Aoh Monday moved
his bar fixtures and saloon parapherna
lia back to Andalusia, where be opftos
business this week. Andalusia has been
"dry" for the past year, but all the trus
tees lately elected favor license.
The Rev. C. L. Morgan will leave this
week for New Haven, Conn., on tbe fes
licitous mission, tbe nature of which is
by this time quite familiar to a host of
well wishing friends. He will return
with bis bride in about two weeks.
The Argus is in receipt, of an anony
mous communication of a political na
ture from the lower end of tbe county.
The matter cannot be published in the
Aruus unless the name of the corres
pondent is known to the editor.
Miss Maggie Maroney was surprised
by about ten couple of ber friends at her
home on Third avenue, between Twenty
firet and Twenty second streets.last even
ing, and a merry season of music and
dancing was spent. A fine supper was
The marrinere of Mr. Will Velie, of
Moline, and Miss Annie Flowerrce, is an
nounced to take place at the home of tbe
bride at Helena. Mont., on May 21. Mr.
and Mrs. S. 11. Velie and Miss Grace
Velie, parents and sister of the groom.
will attend the wedding.
Gen. Julius White, who died Monday
at bis residence at South Evanston, as
noted in yesterday's dispatches, was well
known in this part of the slate at the
time of tbe outbreak of the war, be hav
ing organized companies A and H in this
county, and in which were enlisied some
of our best known citizens then and now.
An error appeared in tbe notice in last
night's Arocs with reference to tbe North
American Loan & Building company, tbe
time of maturity having been stated from
14 to IS months. The blunder was so
ridiculous that most readers no doubt
realized that it was purely typographical.
The figures should have read from 72 to
84 months. Mitchell & Lynde have been
appointed the lo?al treasurer for the com
pany. C. G. Gaver, the new proprietor of the
Rock Island bouse, by virtue of a three
yeatB lease, is a man of wide experience
in the hotel business to which he has de
voted bis time for ten years. For a long
time be ran tbe Windsor, at Akron. O.,
and later the Herbert, at Canton. More
recently be has been in charge of the Re
vere, at Springfield. Thus be brings to
Rock Island a thorough, practical knowl
edge of the business, which, combined
with a genial disposition, will make the
Rock Island house under bis management
one of the best in western Illinois.
Rev. J. S. McCord, tbe old-time pastor
of tbe First M. E. cbdrch, is in the city,
the guest or J. 11. Phelps and family.
Dr. McCord is slowly recovering from his
recent severe illnea), from which bis
friends here were led to believe he would
not be permitted by a gracious Providence
to emerge, and has hopes o! crowing
quite strong again. He was a great suf
ferer from tbe worst sort of nervous pros
tration and is much reduced, but is be
ginning to feel more like himself again.
tt will still be several days before be will
do any old fashioned Methodist preach
ing. Davenport Democrat.
The members of the Wideawake Hook
and Ladder company are na satisfied
with the result of their conference with
the fire and water eommitttee ot the city
council, and have decided to disband.hay
inn placed their team on sale. They have
been offered $500 for the span and offered
it to tbe committee for $400, but the
committee did not feel inclined to give
the boys any assurance. The city is now
placed in tbe unhappy predicament of
being without means of getting its hook
and ladder truck out in case of fire. Thus
tbe council finds itself face to face with
the necessity of taking a decided step and
preparing to meet all emergencies.and the
only safe and permanent move is to make
it toward a paid department. The
electric alarm and one or two paid com
panies should come this year.
C 8. S so hal Omcl, l
Washington, D. C, kiaj M. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
Fair weather, slightly warmer.
Parlor suites, louoees and rattan rock
ers at the Adams, 322 Brady street. Daw
BtratKtttDtaHng Against Trteketv.
The Adams nail Paper company
siemed to be greatly exercised in spirit
because I exposed its attempt to fool the
people with gifts of wall paper while more
than making the usual charge by getting
three prices for its border. I propose to
ell wall paper and border straight, and
yet have tbe outfit for a room cost less
than this company's price for border
alone, and it is no wonder that after such
a give away little tricks of disparagement
and misrepresentation are resorted to.
I have only to assure tbe public that we
have the largest variety of wall papers in
the city, and they range up from the
cheapest to the very best known to the
trade. I can produce five rolls for every
one that the Adams Wall Paper Company
has in stock, and I can sell all around
that concern without resorting to any
trickery, by dimply selling goods at a fair
profit, without erred. Wall paper is so
cheap with me that my customers easily
altord to have fresh paper on the walls
evtry spring. ueobge dutcliffk.
Roast Pic Lunch. .
Mr. Henry Scbmielau baa removed his
sample rooms to No. 2002 Moline avenue,
where he will have a erand opening Fri
day evening. May 16, at which time he
will have a big roast pig lunch. He in
vites his friends and the public generally
to give bim a call.
Have your ice cream nut no in tiriek
melon, pyramid or individual forms by
Krell & Math and then von will have
something extra fine for your parties or
receptions. No extra charge.
Wanted A erood annetite. Ynn fan
have it easy enouch bv taking Ilon.l'a
Sarsaparilla. It tones the digestion and
cures sick neauacbe.
Btfdroim suites, folding beds, mat
tresses, pillows on tbe credit system, at
the Adams, 822 Brady street. Davenport.
Step in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dish of tbe finest and
purest ice cream made.
Tbe only time payment bouse in Dav
enport Tbe C. F. Adams' Home Fur
nishing house, 322 Brady street.
Whitman's hotter nine anil marsh trial.
Iowa put up in fancy balf pound boxes at
cvreii ix. main s.
Baby carriagesincluding the Down
ing sleeping couch at tbe Adams, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
Mfnt, winlergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
Buy your carpets, furniture and dra
peries at tbe C F. Adams, 322 Brady
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
SideboarJs. fancy dining tables, chairs,
at tbe Adams, 322 Brady street, Daven
port. HARPER'S THEATRE.
C. A. Stkii, - Manager.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
May 19th and 20th.
UHl The Monarch or Conjuror
In a Propamine embracing more Novelties
and StHrt line Illusion than ever before
exhibited on anj etage.
Each night Mr. Zanzic will five away
Beautiful and Valuable Presents
which can now he oern in the window of
Clcmann & Salzmann.
Price 2", 35 and 50 cent.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AXD riCTCRK
rT"Pictor Crd. Twlna, Kaila
and llnok at lowest prices.
Call aud see.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Coder Rock Island Boom.
I arma or
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 pet oeat aemi annually, collected and
remitted itee of caargo.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms S and 4 Maaonlc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK 18LAXD, 1LU,
ft) n .(I
Spring Styles now Ready.
TTTANTD TWO LADIES AND ONE OEN-
VV tleman to canrasa for a new invention: aal
arjrtSaday. xpcnenc mmeccaaarr, C. R. 1).
Laundrled Victoria Shirts are the
latest and nobbiest wearing ap
parel out. Two styles just re
ceived in plain and pleated fronts.
Large assortment ot POINT
LACES just placed on sale in
White, Cream, Two-toned and
Black, very durable and suitable
for "Wash Goods.' Prices begin at
5 cents per yard.
Hock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their gooda,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
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
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREENAWALT,
Our display of FINE MILLINERY is most complete and extensive.
The HATS and!BOKNETS are of the latest shapes, and trimmed elegantly
in the latest styles.
Each and every one are worth more than double what we ask.
Ladies, whyTpay fancy prices.to others, when'we can save you at least 50
cents on the dollar-
Nowhere in this country can a more'satisfactory assortment be found, and
nowhere else in this city can the original
WE ARE LEADERS IN
BOOTS AUD SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
- At the Lowest prices in tnetBfee cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tag-Tanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at 6 00 (riven away to each customer bating $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let as show jou the book and
. explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRALiSHOE STORE, 1818 Pecond Avenue.
KLlf STREET 8H08 STORE
A handsome assortment of half
wool Challies will be placed on
sale this week at very low prices.
New line of Ladies' WHITE "
APRONS beginning at 25 cents.
New Mull Ties.
New Silk Ties'
Satins, Ginghams, Embroid-
ies, White Goods, Underwear and
styles be found.
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