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THE ROCK ISLAND AUGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1890.
Are worth more than we will ask for MEN'S UN L AUN DE RED SHIRTS,
full size, good muslin, well made.
To attract attention to oar Men's Furnishing Goods Department and to
settle the fact beyond the shadow of a doubt that we make the LOWEST
PRICES on'unlaundried shirts and give the best values possible. We will
sell this week.
One lot of Men's Unlaundered Shirts, made from best quality New York
Mills muslin, linen bosoms, reinforced fronts at 39o each. A price never be
fore quoted for N. Y. mills Muslin.
Selling reliable shirts at low prices has built our immense trade in unlaun
dered Shirts. Every shirt sold warranted a perfect fit or money refunded.
23c will buy our A quality of Men's Unlaundried Shirts, full size, good
muslin well made, complete in every way, button holes and all, 23o each.
THE BOSS of them all. Our 50c Shirt New York mills muslin, rein
forced front and back, patent facing, 50c.
75c buys a dollar shirt. 00c for unlaundried shirts. You would pay else
where $ 1 .25 for. A close comparison wanted on above styles.
One lot Men's fine balbriggan summer Undershirts 25c each.
Will call attention to following quotations which rare extremely low.
(Third room west, muslin underwear department.) One lot Ladies' fine
Aprons, lace open work border 15c.
One lot fancy embroidered Aprons 20c- Other special values at 22c, 32c,
Just received embroidered muslin pillow shams 34c pr, in third room west.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT 40in. Dress Flannels down again.
This time they go at 1 6 1 -2c a yard- a most wonderful bargain.
Just received the latest summer dress fabric pure lustre mohairs
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 am! 1722 Second Avenuk.
Ten ami coffee cnp, 8 etjli's So each
Saucers to mitch 3c '
ISin. oval riixlioa inc "
II in. " ' lllc
V.'in. pliitea ftc "
4in. sauce diihe -ie "
Kin. eauce or veK-table dihe Vic '
Tin. " 10c "
Kgg cups Sc
Bone di-hi' 8c "
These enoda were ellyhtly damaged in chipping,
but would be bargains at one half more than we
atk for the in.
4 piece ga-den acts 20c
Decker's kitcb.RO soap, per box 15c
Pure Irih linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match, per pack ... 10c
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant
They have no equal as a Family
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
VT. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
1703 Second Avenue.
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that aU may try them
THREE WRECKED HOMES.
The Result of Yesterday's Fire on
A. Sorry that Might Kt Have
Bern. ..The Kxtet f the JDetre
tlon, una the Anonat of lnanranre
The lire in the triple brick dwelling
bouse o wned by Mr. E. W. Ilurst, and
Bituated on Second avenue, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets, resulted in
the complete wrecking of the three
dwellings and the destruction of the
larger part of the household effects of the
three families occupying them. The de
structio 1 was, as stated last night, prob
ably on: of the most telling illustrations
of the urgent demand of a paid fire de
part met t that has ever occurred in Rock
Island, und the thousands of people who
witnessed the progress of the devouring
element from its incipiency, will so tes
tify. A man who first discovered the fire
says it vr&s on the roof where the middle
house and the one on the west join, and
was no larger than a hat. An alarm was
at once sounded, and the Franklins and
Mollys responded with commendable
promptness, and fully half an hour elapsed
before fie hook and ladder truck arrived
with its livery stable team. Con'
sequent :y the firemen wuo were
on lib ml were unable to get
at the fire and when it did throw
water it was not so much directed at the
lire itself as into the rooms of the build
ing, on the roof of which the fire was lo
cated. A gentleman who was a close
observer of the scene from the first and
who live s in the neighborhood, said last
evening, "the firemen worked like Tro
jans; they did the best they could proba
bly, but they were without discipline and
they did not have the facilities for reach
ing the ire. They really seemed to beat
the fire into the house instead of patting
it out. I don't mean to say a word
against the firemen, but it is the system
I wish to condemn and to condemn it
most emphatically. Had there been a
cnmpreliensive alarm and a company on
the alert yesterday such as come with the
scope of a paid service, the loss would
have bei-n less than $100, where it was
$3,000. It would have been better had no
water been thrown at all, as long as so
much ti ne was lost at the outset, for then
the hotaehold property would all have
Today the walls of the dwelling are all
tbat remain. The building is com
pletely .'titled. It was a triple brick as
stated yesterday, was two stories high
with ba'ieruent and attic, and was erected
ten years ago by Thomas Murdock. Mr.
E. W. Hurst bought the property last
winter, and he estimates the house as
worth a lout f 3.000- It was insured for
$5,000 in Mr. Hurst's agency in the North
British itnd Mercantile companies.
The lss to the occupants in the way of
furniture, etc. . is considerable. Magis
trate H. C. Wivill regards his los as very
heavy. His insurance is $1,000 in the
German -American and J. M. Buford's
agency. Mr. II. W. Haislio and Mrs.
Levy alio lost heavily, but are insured
also in Mr. J. M. Buford's agency; Mr.
Uainlip for $500 in the Franklin company
anil Mrt.. Levy for f -.2.000 in the National
Messrs. James Wivill and Meyer Levy
who were injured by a falling ceiling
are as c omfortable as could be expected
today. They were severely burned on
the back of the neck and bead, but were
prompt y cared for by Drs. Eyster and
Qalt and are recovering nicely.
This atleraoon'8 alarm was caused by a
blaze in tne roof of a smoke house at
Glass Bros.' meat market on Moline ave
nue near the Rock Island depot. A few
buckets of water sufficed to quench tLe
Mis- Charlotte Flunck celebrated her
sixtyseiihth birthday yesterday after
noon ai d evening. All surviving sisters
with some relatives and intimate friends
gathered around the festive board in the
afternoon, and met for the second time in
the evening when refreshments were
served. Mrs. PI .ink was born on the
bank of the river Rhine, and came to the
United States when nine years of age
with hi r parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Louis
Wolferlz, first settling in Ohio, coming
thence to Rork Island in the early fif
ties. Her father served through the
Mexican war with Gen. Scott, the mother
sharing the hardships of the war with the
busbar; d. The Wolfertz family also took
an honorable part in the late war, Aunt
Charlotte going with her husband, who
was connected with -the thirty-seventh
Illinois infantry. It is interesting to
hear her recite interesting events during
her at my experience, particularly the
same iluring and after the battle of Per
ryville. The relatives and old-aime
friendu present left many tokens of re
The time is approaching for the annual
election of members of the board of edu
cation The terms of President T. H
Thumbs and Director W. S. Enowlton,
expire this year, and already there is a
strongly expressed desire that Mr. TUom
as, wlo has proved such an excellent
member, combining with rare good judg
ment ii progressive and conservative dig'
positkn, be returned while Mr. J. W
Welch, who at one time served faithfully
and ably as a member of the board, is also
being talked of with much enthusiasm.
A ticket bearing the names Messrp,
Thorn is and Welch would be regarded
with the highest favor by all patrons of
our public schools. The election takes
place on the third Tuesday in June. .
The Isaac Stapes, Irene D., Ten Wing
and Pilot went up. '
The stage of the water was 8 95 at
noon; the temperature 76.
The Sam Atlee came down with seven
strings of lumber, and the Irene with
eight strings. -
Tb bridge travel yesterday amounted
to: Foot, north, . 618; south, 810
total 1.228; teams north, 677; south,
671; t otal, 1,348.
THE LOCAL CEREMONIES.
Cenpletien afthe Programme for the
Memorial Day Kxerciaeai at the
t'eaaty Hol&lrra' Moanmeat.
The Buford post committee in charge
of Memorial day arrangements, com pie'
ted the programme of exercises to be
held at the county soldiers' monument last
evening, the order of tbe day as agreed
upon being as follows:
J. Alex Montgomery, marshal of the
day; W. A. Norris and Henry Lidders as
sistants. Tbe procession will form on
Second avenue at Spencer square at 9 a.
m., right of column resting on Nine
teenth street, and move in the following
PlanTobn of Police tinder Mrnnbal Phil Miller.
BlencrV Brae Band.
Mayor and City Council.
Company A, Sixth Re. 1. N. G., Capt. Wm.
Buford Post Q. A. R. Drum Corn. "
Rock liland DiviHion, Uniformed Rank, K. P.,
John Morrln Camo. No. SI 5 h. V.
John Buford Post Women's Relief Corps, No. S.
The column will movejwest on Second
avenue to court house square, the various
organizations gathering about tbe county
soldiers' monument, where the following
services w ill be observed under direction
of Mr. Oliver Olsen, chairman, aud II. C.
Harris, commander of Buford post:
Song of the school children, the "Flag
of the Free." led by Trof. L B. Dough
erty. Opening prayer by the Rev. II. C. Mar
Song by Bowlbv's male chorus. "A
Tear for the Comrade that's Gone."
Oration, by Capt. F. G. Heaps, of An-
Song by the school children, "Mv Na
tive Land." led by Prof. L. C Dougher
Remarks by Lieut. Col. Pinckley. com
manding the department of Illinois S ns
Song by Bowlhv's male chorus. "Bury
Them Where They Fall." (Solo and
Decoration of a monument to tbe un
known dead, by the Women's Relief
Music by Buford post. G. A. R . Drum
Biographical Sketch of Maior General
John Buford, by Gen. W. A. Schmitt.
Ritual services, G. A. R .conducted by
H. C. Harris, commander of Buford post ;
J. H. Parks, officer of the day; G. W.
Dirge Bleuers band.
Salute bv Company A. 6ih Res. I. N.
Prayer by the Rev. J. H. Kerr.
Song "America," by Bolby's male
Benediction, by Rev. G. W. Gue.
Marshal of the Pay Montgomery de
sires that all civil societies not mentioned
ia the list, of those expected are
most cordially invited to participate
la the procession and in the exercises at
Mil HOLMES' PLANS
Klertrlrlty Awurrdim Mlive l'ir
a the Tri-t lly 'ar Line, and Taat
The A Rous is in receipt of a letter
from Mr. C. B Holmes, president of
the tri-city street railway lines, which
gives assurances to previous statements
appearing in this paper that the company
has practically concluded its arrangement
for the adoption of electricity on the
linen here. This will be done whether
the Rock river water power 19 bought or
not, and the system w ill be in operation
by tbe end of the summer. Conductors
will be used on the Moline & Rock In
land lines, and the Third street line in
Davenport, and on the branches, one
man will serve as driver and guardian of
the fare box as now. All the lines will
be operated by electricity except the
bridge route, on which horses will be re
The council meets in special session this
evening at the expense of the Holmes
syndicate to act upon a petition for a
fifteen days' extension of time as to whin
the Fourth avenue and Elm street routes
shall be in operation. The time stipu
lated was June 1, but an unexpected dei
lay in the arrival of cutves and switches
makes it impossible to get tbe road leady
by tbat time.
27 Estate of Luther II . Barker. De
position of Walter McRoberts, one of
subscribing witnesses to the second cod
icil to the last will and testament of de
ceased, taken in open court in proof of
execution of said codicil. Will and cod
icil admitted to probate aud ordered re
Estate of Frances Stuermer. Order of
adoption issued to Gustaf Foerster and
Annie Foerster, and name of child changed
to Frances Annie Foerster.
Estate of Wendell Meier. Will ad
mitted to probate. Letters testamentary
issued to Josephs Meier. Bond waived
Guardianship of Martin T. Rudgren,
minor. Petition for letters of guardian
ship by Carl Rudgren filed. Bond filed
and approved and letters issued.
The Merand Ward I'aarna.
The Second ward democratic caucus
adjourned from Friday evening was held
last night, Ed. Burrill, Jr., acting as
chairman and Henry Burns was secretary.
Delegates to the county convention were
elected as follows: Henry Burns. El
ward Bauerefield, Jerry Dirrah. Henry
Reticker, Edward Butler. Anton Jansen
and Ed. Burrill, Jr.
Houcs to Oas Ceninmera.
There will be an additional discount of
95 cents per thousand allowed (from
our present rate) on all gas consumed
at any residence where a gas cooking
range is actually in use, thus making the
net rate 1.50 per 1,000 ft. The aboye
to apply only when bills are paid prompt
ly, and to begin with consumption of
June, 1880. W. H. Judge.
Sec'y, Supt. and Treas.
Rock Island, May 28 It is reported
that the Union reporters went.to Cable
for a team to pull out the hook'and lad-
ddr truck and did not get back in time to
get a report of yesterday's fire in this
mornings issue. Progress.
Attention Ktmban ofJoaaBaXord Font
Tou are respectfully invited to be at
the G. A. R. hall at 8:30 a. m. Friday,
May 30, 1890, to assist in the ceremonies
of decorating tbe county soldiers' monu
ment at court house square. By order
of Post Commander H. C. llrrris.
J. Alex Montgomrby, Adjt.
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
M . 3 m , . rr ,
waiera nui uav ana iresn at Ji.reil OS
A PIONEER'S DEATH.
Mr. C. B. Knox Summoned to the
Pausing le are folly Away Thla Alter
noaa After a fat a fa I aad Fattest
I linens-Biographical Sketch.
The pioneer citizen, Mr. C. B. Knox.
breathed his last at his home, corner of
Fourth avenue and Twentieth street, at
one o'clock this afternoon. He had been
ailing for several months with a compli
cation of liver and kidney troubles and
had suffered seven relapses, having risen
from a sick tied six times, much to tbe
surprise of his friends, who feared that be
would not rally. Tbe last time be came
down town he was as full of hope as ever
and all who met him were led to believe
that he was on the road to ultimate re
covery, but it was not lo be. All day
yesterday he failed rapidly, and realizing
the approach of the Inevitable be bade his
family fate well, said that he was ready to
go. and wailed calmly for the final sum
Mr. C. B. Knox was one of Ihe piot
nec-rs of Rock Island county. He was
born at Blanford, Hampden county,
Mass., June 27, 1818, and came to this
county in 1841. having married Mary
Gorham June 0th, two years before. He
was the first undertaker to settle in this
community, and his business has been
since his arrival here, that of an under
taker and cabinet maker. He took a
lively interest in the affairs incidental to
the early history of Rock Island county,
but he never aspired to any public of
fice or station. He was of a quiet and
reserved disposition, and where be served
in an ofli -e of public favor it wa9 an
honor thrust upon him, but it was al
ways entrusted to safe hands. He served
as alderman from the old Third ward un
der tbe first and original city charter of
Feb. 12, 1849 He took a prominent
part in the organization of the Rock Is
land volunteer fire department, and was
for a number of years its chief engineer.
He leaves with his widow four sons.
Edwin B., ex-mayor of Moline, and a
prominent citizen of that city; Curtis B.,
of this city, a guard on the island; Sam
uel P. and Aid. B. F. Knox, of this city,
the last named having been associated
with' his father in business, and of late
years has had practical charge.
Mr. Knox was possessed of a generous
heart, and as he was In-loved by all who
knew him in the pioneer days of western
Illinois, so he was esteemed by all who
Cime after, and enjoyed his acquaintance.
Mr. Knox was a member of the society
of Odd Fellows and always took a great
deil of interest in the order and every
thing pertaining to its advancement.
The funeral will be held Saturday, but
the hour has not yet been decided upon.
Henry Nickel died at his home, corner
of Eighth avenue anJ Sixth street, at 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon aged 75. He
leaves three sons; Wm.. Frank and
Charles. The funeral will be held to
morrow morning at 9 o'clock from St.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hinchcr have
been called upon to hear the loss of tbvir
five year old son. Arthur, of diphtheria,
the death occurring yesterday morning.
The interment took place at Davenport
Friday will be Memorial day.
Fresh strawberries at C. J. Long's.
Everybody should eat Sec ale Flakes.
Chas. lily the is a happy parent a son.
A merrv man lu ckn !, s.u
Mr. J. M. Buford is In Chiencn nn
T. r. Barber, of Ranids Citv. van Sn
the city today.
Is there a man so denraro,! hn K,,
not for Sccale Flakes craved.
Mr. J. 8. Gilmore returnml thi
icg from a business trip to Omaha.
The driving nark will h mvnwt f.,
the first time tomorrow afternoon.
One can eat them thno time. A
and take a dish as lunch Secale Flakes
Talk about in-aham pemn the fmiH
compare with gems made of Secale
T I . 1
The maioritv of the crrrwvra ni it,
have agreed to close their stores on Me
A. D. Sutton, a Drominent hotpl man nf
Detroit, ia at the Ilarner. Ha m h.
come lesee of the hotel.
A notice to tbe Red Men of IWk inl
and appears elsewhere relative to turnlnz
um uu memorial uay.
Wilton M. Larkim. of Col nmhna
Georgia, grand counsellor of the Good
lempiars or tbat state is stopping in the
city lor a few days.
Dr. J. A. Rutherford, the veterinarv
surgeon, has returned to the city from a
proiessionai trip to Cambridge and Tou
Ion, and can now be found at his office.
Tomorrow the cit? of Rack Island will
do honor to its volunteer firemen, the
city council having appropriated $200 for
the day's jubilee.
The friends of Mr. Ed. Rogers, of Port
Byron, are mentioning him aa a nrnhahlo
candidate for tbe legislature before tbe
uemocrauc senatorial convention.
Democratic county convention tomor
row. The tariff reform league of Rock
Island county will be organized at the
meeting at the Rock Island bouse in the
When you ask for Secale Flakes be
sure you gel them, do not let your
grocer give you something he calls just
as good, as Secale Flakes stands at tbe
bead of all cereals.
A telephone has been put in the office
of the Rock Island & Milan Railway
company. It is number 1035 and is used
by the company as well as by Anderson
& Arnold, coal dealers.
The Dickson estate, comprising thirty
nine lots at Milan was sold last week by
Mr. C. L. Walker for about t2,70O, Mr.
Jos. Fitzpatrick coming into possession
of the homestead for f 1,050.
Yesterday afternoon's hpavw fir Inu
was such a forcible demonstration of the
demand for a paid fire department in
Rock Island, that the sleenv eved. nar
row-minded Union omits mention of the
occurrence of the fire entirely this morn
Property holders and others facing on
Second avenue have decided to join in
cleaning their pavement tonight ia front
of their respective business Dlaces in or.
der tbat it may present a nice appearance
for the parade tomorrow aad the follow
The catalogue of Augustana college
and theological seminary for 1889-90 has
been issued and shows 36 in the theolog
ical department, 81 in the collegi&te, 104
in the preparatory, 31 in the conservatory
of music and 69 in tbe commercial de
partment. Twice enrolled 35, a total of
Arrangements have been made for del
egates to the democratic state convention
at Springfield next week in accordance
with which all attending will on presens
talion of a certificate signed by the local
ticket agent and the secretary of the con
vention, return home for one-third
fare, thus making tbe round trip rate a
fare and a third.
At tbe home of Mr. Wm. Thompson, in
South Rock Island at 8 o'clock last even
ing, Rev. G. W. Gue, of this city, united
in marriage Mr. Rudolph Dumbeck and
Miss Mina Thompson, in the presence of
about forty relatives, including Mrs.Hoff
man, of St. Paul, and Mrs. Koch, of Red
Oak, lows, sisters of tbe bride. The
happy and popular young couple re
ceived many compliments and happy re
All members of O'SauKee tribe No. 15
are requested to meet at their wigwam on
Friday morning, May 30, to participate
in the decoration services. By order of
the tribe. R. E. Meter.
D. Lapfer, Sachem.
C. of R.
Attention A-O. I'. W.
All members of. Noble lodge No. 1, A.
O. U. W.,are requested to assemble at
lodge room, Friday, May 30, at 8 a. ro. to
participate in memorial services.
Geo. Lckert, M. W.
Every tissue of Ihe body, every bone,
muscle and organ, is made suornier and
more healthful by the use of Hood's Sar-
Whitman's buttercups and marsh mal
lows put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Step in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dibh of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire of
Schaab & Wolters.
C. A. Stekl, - - Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
THURSDAY, MAY 29th
Return of Ihe Welcome Favorite,
PETE BAKER !
Toe word wide, will known Comedian, in the
rii-hest dressed and moat lanehable comedr. re
constructed hy himrelf, entitled
CHRIS AND LENA,
Replete with a grand harmoniuns hlemlitie of
pretty son?, witty raying and comical rituaiious
with the bright sunshine i.f niuMc, supported hy a
company of acknowledged vocal and Ctmedy abil
ity. Including Miss .loSIE KIsSON, Hip wrll
known etnginir souhrt-tte, late star of Little Nng
g.'t Co.. snii the funniest of all lri-h comedians.
MR. JOHN MiEEHAN. lale of Mieehan and
Coyne, and the cleverest of all child artist, (only
4S years of age.) little IRENE KRASKLIS, in
an ner lairsi aonir.
Pretty Faces! Exquisite Toilet! Elegant
Costumes! Magnificent Scenery.
The Funniest play ever writ (en ln't miss it.
Prices Parqneite TV; Balcony 5lc; tiallery
--5c. Scats now on sale.
XECUTOR 3 NOTIOK.
Estate of Wendell Meier, deceased.
The nndersipned. haviui? been aiiuiint cA
ecairix of the last will and testament of Wendell
Meier, late of the county of Rock Inland, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear before me county court of Km k Isl
and county, at the office of the clerk of said
court, in the city of Kuck Island, at tbe August
term, on the First Monday in Angnsl next, at
which time all peraon having claims afainst
aaid estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All per-ona indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment lo Ihe on-
Dated this 27th dav of May, A. D., 1S90.
SSllw JOSEPH A. ME1KR. Executrix.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTCRE
lPictnra Cord, Twine, Nails
and Hooks at lowest pricaa.
Call aud see.
C. C. Taylor
1635 Second avenue,
Coder Bock Island Uooae.
ik arras or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest 1 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charga.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Lloyd & Stewart,
, SOLE AGENTS
BOCK I8LASD, lLU,
ilH) ti (I
Spring Styles now Ready.
Arc. in Demand
Mclntire Bros, offer specially good
things at low prices:
Challies. 4c a yard.
Challies, 5c a yard.
Challies, 7 1-2 era yard.
New half wool and all wool chal
lies at popular prices.
Paisley twill, imitating the popu
lar all wool blazer fabrics, in stripes.
cream ground 19c a yard.
Lawn tennis suitings, plaids and
stripes, 10c a yard-
Satines, large variety, 1 0c a yard.
Who now own the
I Furniture Establishment
"West of Chicago, are ready to take the people of this vicin
ity through one of the largest and finest
in this section of the country, which is elegantly lighted
and contains the largest and hansomest PATTERNS OF
ever seen in the three cities, and their stock of FURNI
TURE nd CURTAINS is grander than ever.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEIY1ANN & SALZMANN,
N6s. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREEHAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
BOOTS km SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSTTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at 00 given away to each customer bnving $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let as show you the book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL 8HOS STORE. 1818 Fecond Arena.
ELM STREET 8H0E3TOREJ
MM Kfth Aveaua. ,
Splendid assortment Embroideries
including full with skirtings beginning
at 49c a yard
Black fish net lace, fall width 25o
New assortment sun and rain just
Gloria gold head, 98c1
Better ones, too.
. Black satin skirts 98c.
We will be pleased to havo you
look through our stock whether you
purchase or not.
largest ground floor
Newest Styles in Hats,
Latest Styles in Ornaments,
Prettiest Styles in Trimmings.
Richest Styles in Novelties-
all ready to put on.
LARGE HATS, representing every Flower that
ever grew, largest assortment in the city.
Fine and Rough Straw. Trimmed and Untrimmed
a complete assortment.
Come and see the Styles we are offering.