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Daring this week from Monday a. m. at
8 o'clock until Saturday eve at 9 o'clock
all our Trimmed Hats and Bonnets will
go at 25 per cent discount.
ALL! ALL! ALL!
No reserve, every, ready trimmed Hat
or Bonnet in our house 25 per cent off
from present marked price. No change
in the figures but one-fourth off from
bottom of bill. To make this sale the
most popular of the entire season we
will trim all Hats or bonnets free for
six days. Remember this offer holds
good for this week. Every item in our
Millinery Department will be absolute
ly sacrificed during this week. One
case, six dozen. Misses fancy braid
hats reduced from 48c, sale price this
week 27c and trimmed FREE for any
one wishing them trimmed. Remem
A grand rush this week on all HOT "Weather goods, white
goods, thin goods, fans, parasols, umbrellas, etc., etc. Early
callers always find best selections.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 ami 1722 Second Avenue.
-Our Leaders this week
4 quire, or 1 pound Devonshire linen ptipirr, rolled or plain V-
1 ponnd cream ruled com mere ml note, HV.J sheets ;rc
Pure Irish linen paper, ruled or ulnin, per box lSe
4 -bull croquet sets ti'.'t
Lwn tennis set worth f 11.50 Bt ju oo
Lawn chairs at 99c and 113
Japanese fire screens V H
Sea grass hammocks 7re
Paint, guaranied pure, 1 lb. caus 10c
Furniture beaters 13c and 25c
And many other harirnins in .'hissware, eU.
Call and see our other novelties in stationery tit our iirt store.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
OrrosiTR Harper Hopbk.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
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.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Islan 3.
Weather underwear. Another great
attraction in warm weather underwear
One case (32 dozen) ladies' fancy
colored ribbed jersey vests, known as:
manufacturer s seconds. Only slight,
imperfections, sale price 1 0c.
SEE? 10c, 10c, 10c
Colors blue and pink only.
Other choice good things in thin un
derwear which cannot be found else
where at the prices which we are will
ing to name-
NEW MITTS ?
A lot of new black silk mitts just in.
Three special values which we
must mention-25c 34c-50 nothing
to equal them offered this year. Our
enormous sales on silk mitts make us
think these may not last but a few days.
We have already sold nearly 600 dozen
silk mitts so far this season-
at The Fair are:-
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
for the Celebrated
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
Which Will Be the People's Choice
The County Tlrket I'larrdtn the Field
YrsterdayA Urief Introduction
to the IVoiuineeiii.
Tbe ticket placed in nomination by the
Rock Island county democracy yesterday
has been the subject of many compli
mentary expressions today and much
confidence in tbe nominees has been man-
ifested. It is a ticket which all elements
of the party may accept and work for, as
a careful, conservative spirit, prompted
the proceedings as the outcome of which
it was placed before the people.
For county judge the nominee is V. M.
Blanding, w ho is one of the old time cits
izens of Rock Island. He ran for the
office of county judge shortly after his
admission to the bar of Rock Island
county and was city attorney of Rock
Island in 1858 and '59 and again in 1878,
9 and '80. lie was mayor of the city
from 1887 to 1890. Sixteen years ago ill
health compelled his abandonment of tbe
practice of law.
Charles Crcu'z, the nominee for coun
ty clerk, is a resident of Moline, a painter
by trade an 1 a hard working mm who
has nevertheless found opportunity to
educate and fit himself for any of the
avocations of life. He is in ever sense
of the word a self-made man. He waB
for years secretary of the Moline labor
organ'zition9, ai d in 1888 he came very
nearly defeating J. W. McPherson fur
city clerk of Moline. He is a thorough
democrat and is highly respected wher
ever he is known.
For sheriff, C. D. Gordon is nominated.
Though a resident of this city, hs he has
been since he became proprietor of the
Gordon hotel and restaurant on Market
square, Mr. O.irdon is practically a f irm
er, must of his life iiavinu been spnt up
on a farm in Coal Valley township. He
is knoa n ail over the county for his hon
esty, in.lustry and wann-hea rtrd liber dity
and he possesses the ability to make a
number one sheriff. He put in three
years of bis life in the Union's ciuse
during the w.r. as did two of his broth
For treasurer Oeo IV fir.iwner, the
popiiUr young grocer at the foot of Elm
street, is the nominee. Mr. Tlrowncr is a
former Rock Island mail currier, and is
he young man who nuidt- such a phe
nomenal run for supervisor Inst spring.
obtaining more votes by a great many
than any candidate on either ticket. He
whs raised in Rock Island, has worked
hard all Ids bf, and it is energy, bis so
briety, and his always genial disposition.
that has won him su-cess in business
life, anil make him so immensely popu
lar with all people.
For county superintendent of schools.
C. B. Marshall, of Cordova, has been
named. Mr. Mtrshail is thoroughly
qualified for the important duties of tbe
office for which he 1ms been nominated.
He has been piincipal of the schools of
Cordova for some vears; is a com
mon school graduate, and a scholarly
accomplished gentleman. He is a man
whom it will be a pleasure to honor in
the election to the office of county super-
Till SACKKl) TIK.
Mr. I., f. Itlimdinir and Minn .Mary ti.
I,. ThmnpNon I nitert nt the Altar.
The marriage of Mr. Lowrie Church
BUnding and Miss Mary Genevieve L.
Thompson w as celebrated at St. Joseph's
church at 5 o'clock last evening by Rev.
Father Thomas Mackin. A large number
of relatives anrl invited friends assem
bled in the church h few minutes before
the time appointed tor the ceremony.
The groom was the first to trrive at the
church, being driven up in a carriace acs
companied by his mother, Mrs. V. M.
Blanding, and Miss Mary Riley; a second
carriace quickly followed, in which were
the bride, Mrs. Thompson, Miss May
Blanding. Miss Thompson, and Miss
Hill, of Little Rock. Miss Blanding. sis-
tor of the groom, and Miss Thompson,
sister of the bride, led the way to the al
tar, followed by the bridesmaid. Miss
Dill, the bride leaning on the arm of the
groom, following. The choir rendered
a beautiful wedding anthem as the
bridal party proceeded to the altar, where
Father Mackin awnitod them. The ser
vice was then conducted according to the
riles of the Roman Ca'holic church.
A wedding supper was served at the
residence of J. S. Gilmore, and Mr. and
Mrs. Blanding departed for the west last
evening on a wedding trip, expecting to
he away about a week.
The groom is one of Rock Island's best
known and most popular young men.
Ele was borj and reared in Rock Island,
and is at present cashier of the Rock Is
land plow works. The bride, whjse
home has for several years been with her
aunt. Mrs. J. S. Gilmore. is a cultured
and much admired young lady, and is
prominent in tri-cit.y pociety circles.
A Humored TranMfrr.
The Davenport Democrat has the fol
It is reported here by a business man
who is exceedingly well known in finan
cial transactions in this community, that
a British 1 syndicate with ample capital
for such a deal, is negotiating for the
purchase of the entire interest of the
Holmes line in tbe three cities, together
with the lines of Allen & Swiney here, at
Dubuque and Stillwater. Minn., and the
Moline electric line. The negotiations
are said to have originated from an at
tempt to pick up the Allen & Swiney
properties. Tbe others were added af
terward. If there is anything in this,
and it comes from a source entitled to
respect, the deal will be a large one.
There are a great man; hundreds of thous
ands iu these street railway properties,
and they are becoming more and more
valuable. It is not to be wondered at
that foreign capital should seek such an
investment as this is, though such a story
brings with it something of a surprise.
Representatives of both lines here deny
any knowledge oi tne matter.
I hereby challenge Bentley Sutton to
spar with soft gloves for from $100 to
$500 a side. marten U Connell.
ISLAND AJRGU8, WEDNESDAY, JULY
Nice berries at F. G. Young's.
Dressed tripe at P. Q, Young's.
Nice cabbage at F. G. Young's.
Spring chickens at F. Q. Young's. t
Lemons and oranges at F. O. Young's.
Watermelons on ice at F. G. Youngs.
Buy your Fourth of July hat at the
Golden Eagle. S
Boys' summer coats only 25 cents at
the Golden Eagle.
Wm. Looney returned yesterday from
a visit to Ottawa.
Charles Bandlow, of Carbon Cliff, was
in the city today. g
Men's black alpaca coats only ft 3? at
the Golden Eagle., f
Will Keator left for New; York this
morning on a vist.
J. J. Pierson, of New York, is visiting
his friend J. T. Dixon. r
Mr. John Rhodenbaugh, of Swedons,
was in tbe city today. ',
There is nothing new in the status of
the stone masons' strike today.
Hon. E. W. Hurst returned yesterday
from his Nebraska business trip.
Windsor ties at the Golden Eagle;
largest assortment in the city.
A new five-room cottage for rent on
Elm street and Thirteenth avenue.
Now is the time to buy a summer suit.
Tbe Golden Etgle is slaughtering prices.
Pure silk shirts others ask $4.75 to f 5
for the Golden Eagle is selling at $3 37.
All 50 cent flannel and domet shirts go
this week at S3 cents at the Golden Eagle.
Mr. Thos. McCall, of Port Byron, took
in the democratic convention yesterday.
F, P. Welch is home from the south
for a short vieit to relatives and old
Contractor Matthias Schnell was down
town today for the first time since bis re
Mrs. E W. Hurst and the Misses Car-"
rie Kemhle, Grace Babcock and Susie
Stoddard left this morning for the sea
Special bargain gentlemen's fancy
striped balbriggan underwear fully
worth $1, only 49 cents at the Golden
Only one day left before the Fourth
and the Golden Eagle is going to make
all summer goods go at greatly reduced
Swan Youngren has returned from
Minneapolis for tbe purpose of accom
panying his family to that city for per
Mrs. Martin Reidy has completed her
new Queen Ann cottage on Moline ave
nue, and a prettier little home ia not to
be found in the city.
Stamp Deputy M. Lee Gait's receipts
for June were for the following sources:
beer. $5,207.75: tobacco, 4; cigars,
$394 90; total, $5,611 65.
Wm. Miller, of Port Byron, and Miss
Florence McNabney, of Hampton, were
married at the First M. E. parsonage by
Rev. G. W. Gu9 this afternoon.
Mr. John Gue, son of R v. G. W. Gue,
and a graduate of this year's High school
class, has gone to Washington to accept
a position in the census bureau.
lohn Schafer, Sr , father of County
Treasurer Schafer, came down from the
upper end yesterday to watch the pro
ceedings of the county convention.
Madison Bowles and his son, George
W. B.jwles, of Zuma, attended the coun
ty convention as spectators yesterday .
They went awav well pleased with tne
work of tht body.
Protect your property against the
small boy and his firecracker. Fourth of
July will soon be here. Policies of in
surance carefully written by Chts. E.
The democrats of the Second Iowa
congressional district met at Davenport
today and renominated Hon. Waller I.
Hayes. This insures Mr. Hayes a
third term In congress.
Friends of the Argus in the suburban
districts where there are to be Fourth of
July celebrations will confer a favor by
sending to this office a report of their
demonstrations in time for tbe dailj edi
tion of Saturday night.
Mr. Gustave Klotz received the happy
news this afternoon of the birth of a girl
to bis oldest daughter, Mrs . II. Griswold,
of Springfield, and Mr. Klotz steps as
lightly as he did when the now proud
mother first gladdened his heart.
A deputy United States marshal ar
rived in Davenport this morning, and
seized the tampered whisky of the Dav
enport and Rock Island dealers which
will be held subject to to the payment of
a penalty of $100 a package. There
are forty-five barrels.
While the station agent of the R. I. &
P. road at Cambridge was at dinner yes
teiday. a boy broke into the depot and
robbed the till of $15.90. Soon after the
discovery of tbe robbery a fast freight
passed along coming west, and the agent
hoarded it, and between Cambridge and
Osco the young thief was overtaken and
taken back to Cambridge, where he was
bound over to the October term of court
iu tbe sum of $200.
Two Moline young men named respec
tively Lyons and Schafer, were riding in
a sail boat near the wing dam above the
island last evening, when their boat was
capsized, and for sometime their lives
were in peril. They clung to the boat,
however, and floated down the main
channel until the raft boat Daisy rescued
them and towed their boat to the Daven
port shore. The men are all right this
Contractor John Valk' holds that the
A nous exaggerated in its statement that
the carpenters of Rock Island had made
a success of the strike for nine hours
as a day's labor. He states that two
thirds of tbe carpenters are now working
ten hours, and that some of the men who
were most conspicuous in their opposi
tion to the ten hour day, are now work
ing ten and twelve hours. He says that
tbe stone masons' strike has not crippled
his building operations at Eighteenth
street and Fifth avenue, and that he was
only working now to keep the men busy,
and had not otherwise intended to do
the work until next October.
The funeral of Mrs. Laura Forner took
place yesterday afternoon, and was large
ly attended fifty-three conveyances fol
lowing the remains to the cemeterr. The
religious exercises at tbe residence were
conducted by tbe Rev. Joo. H. Kerr, of
tbe Central Presbyterian church. The
Baptist choir sang an appropriate hymn,
after which Mr. Kerr read a suitable
passage from the Bible, which was the
base of a touching funeral discourse, and
his remarks were followed by singing by
the choir. The friends and relatives then
took the last look at tbe features of the
deceased. Thus ended on this earth one
ot tbe best of wives and mothers.
The Sidney, Capt. Boland, went up
Tbe Libbie Conger takes out a moon
light excursion tonight.
The stage of the water was 10:40 at
noon; the temperature on the bridge 80.
The Mary Morton, Capt. Cubberly,
went south this morning with a good
The colored people of Rock Island and
DaveBport went down the river on the
White Eagle for an excursion today.
ARMED WITH THE AX.
The Woodmen of This District
Ready for Work.
They are B.and to Koat Oat Any
Corrupt Timber In the Order Pre
liminaries for the Convention to
bn Held Here Jnty4th.
A meeting of representatives of the
Modern Woodmen camps of Reck Island
county was held at the county clerk's of
fice last evening, pursuant to the meet'
ing held in Moline Saturday nigbt. There
were present Mestrs. J. L. Haas, G. W.
Gamble, Geo. McKinley, 8. BUir, Jr., C.
W. Hawes, Jesse Etstman and W. 8.
Pidcock. Organization was effected by
the election of J. L. Haas, chairman; G.
W. Gamble, secretary, and C W. Ilawef,
The preliminary work of the conven
tion called in this city July 24th was dis
cussed, and to the end that tbe meeting
may be in all senses a success, and may
accomplish the ends designed, commit
tees were ordered appointed to be com
posed of neighbors in full sympathy with
the canse, who will devote the time nec
essary to thoroughly discharge the duties
entrusted to them under the following
On credentials: To prepare a circular
letter to be addressed to the clerks ot the
1.200 original camps, asking whether the
camp will send a delegate, and to furnish
the name of the delegate and his alter
nate; and to prepare a numerical roster
of the camps from the replies, a C3py of
which shall be furnished to the hotel
On transportation: To arrange for
reduced rales on railroads and notify the
committee on credentials of the result of
Ot hotels: To obtain the best possf
ble rates from landlords and tbe number
they can accommodate, and report to the
commmittee on credentials.
On Entertainment: To take in band
and determine the propriety of an excur
sion to Rock Island arsenal, a visit to the
Moline factories and a trip to Black
Hawk's tower, or any two of them, and
On legislation: To outline and arrange
for the convention to be composed of
On Ways and Mean9; To provide
On Reception: To meet and provide
for delegates as they arrive to be com
posed of twenty-six members.
The outline being thus defined, the
following committees were appointed as
the most important, the others to be
Credentials Wm Clendenin, N E
Bigera, Soencer Mattison. Samuel Blair.
Jr. C W Hawes.
Transportation H D Mack. E L Eist
man, B Spoor, Spencer Mattison, Thomas
Hotels Oscar Peal. E Evans. Ben De-
Gear, J L Haas. H Bollman.
Entertainment N R Ziecler. Levi F
Cralle. J M Albrecht. G F McNabnev.
Wm Tenges. J G Marshall, Sam Bennett,
A Banks, D R Ziegler.
Ways and Means E L Eastman. P S
MeGlvnn. WPOuayie. Charles Hodizson.
C W Fitzsimmons. . .
The convention adjourned subject to
the call of the chairman.
This morning the committee on creden
tials met at the court house and prepared
a circular to all the camps in the grand
jurisdiction, setting forth the request
that the names of delegates be forwarded
to the committee on credentials.
Tbe committee on ways and
will meet tomorrow forenoon.
A STORMY SESSION.
The It M-k Inland Bnlldinr. Loan nnd
Having ANMorlatlon Hold an Ani
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of tbe Rock Island Building Loan and
Savings association was held at tbe office
of Secretary Guyer last evening. It was
a very largely attended and interesting,
and a somewhat animated session. The
matter heretofore spoken of in the Argus
of the loan by the city of $3,000, to the
president and secretary who had given as
their personal collateral certain of their
shares in the association as security was
brought up, and a number of the stock
holders, chief among whom was Mr. I.
Bamberger, protested that the association
should have tbe use and benefit of that
money and not tbe officers individually.
Various conflicting views of tbe Iran sic
tion were unreservedly expressed, and it
was finally left without any particularly
definite action on the part of the associa
tion. Of the three directors whose time
expired Messrs. L. 8. McCabe, Lothar
Harmes and I. Bamberger the latter w as
defeated for reelection, J. J. Ileimers
being elected in his place, the other two
being successful, while Mr. Reimers was
also elected president over Dr. W. T.
Magill, E. H. Guyer secretary and Phil
There is considerable feeling manifested
among the stockholders of tbe associa
tion over some phases of the night's pro
ceedings. Excursion Tram to Starling.
To accommodate passengers attending
tbe grand celebration and dedication of
tbe soldiers' monument at Sterling-a
special train will leave Rock Island over
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy rail
road on July 4th at 9 a. ra , Moline 9:15
a. m, and arrive at Sterling at 11:15 a.m.
Returning, leave Sterling at 10 p. m., ar
riving at Rock Island at 12:15 a. m. One
fare for the round trip.
U. D. Mack, Div. Pass. Agt.
Tba North American.
Savings Loan and Building company is
now prepared and ready to make loans
on real estate security at 6 percent in
terest per annum straight. No premium
required. J. R. Johnston. Agent.
Wm. McEnirt. Attorney.
Office No. 1719 Second avenue. Rock
The regular monthly meeting of tbe
Black Hawk Homestead association will
be held at the office of the secretary on
Saturday evening, July 5th, Instead of
Friday evening, July 4th.
T. J. Medill, Jr., Sec
Order your ice creams and ices from
Krell & Math for your parties and recep
tions and then you will be sure to please
the palate of your guests.
Lost A silk umbrella with dark bam
boo handle, silver mounted bearing mon
ogram U. G. C. Return to 1127 Second
avenue and receive reward.
Chocolate, strawberry. lemon and
nilla ice cream at Krell & Math's.
ClUWFORD CAPTURED IT.
Tne Edgingtonite Got the Senator
ial Kore nation.
Ten Ballots Before the Henry Ceanty
Delea-ates Valid Yield to the reat
Rock Island Conntjr Ureenhorn.
Last night's A Rous contained seven
ballots of the Twenty-first district sena
torlal convention at Cambridga for the
nomination for senator without a choice,
together with the proceedings of the con
vention up to that time. The fight on
this nomination consumed almost tbe en
tile day, a long interval of hobnobbing
and buttonholing occurring after each
ballot. Henry county was not disposed
to be hoggish. It conceded Rock Island
county the nomination, but objected to a
man from either Rock Island or Moline,
and above all to being made party to such
a questionable act as the nomination of
W. F. Crawford. In short, the Henry
county delegates wanted tbe Rock Island
delegates to present the name of a farm
er a representative farmer with average
intelligence, and not a nonentity, whose
every public act has brought
ridicule upon himself and all his
constituents. To nominate a man of
Crawford's calbreas a representative
of tbe farmers, the Henry county
delegates believed to be an insult flung
in the faces of those farmers. But the
majority of the Rock Island county dele
gates heeded the warning of the chairman
of the convention which chose them and
stood firmly by the preference of the
county convention Crawford. The re
sult was that be finally got there.
The eighth and ninth ballots were prac
tically the same as the seventh, 13 to 13,
while the tenth gave Crawford 17 to 9 for
R. Montgomery not a unanimous nomi
nation by any means.
The convention finished its work and
adjourned at 6 o'clock after appointing a
legislative committee composed of Messrs.
C. V. Dickinson and F. H. McArthur of
Henry and C. F. Gaetjer, T. J. Murphy
and F. C. Ik men way of Rock Island
A ludicrous feature of the proceedings
was the speech made by W. C. Collins,
of this city, in accepting the nomination.
It was longer than the one made in this
city at the time of the county convention
and Collins bad committed it by
heart. He spoke it off in genuine school
boy fashion and in no lack of egotism di
rected particular attention to himself as
the representative of the rising genera
tion. After Crawford's nomination he was
escorted to the rostrum and nauseated all
by bis attempt to thank the conyention
from the depths of his heart for the hon
or that had been "put onto him," and bis
absurd iffort to be witty.
After the work of the day. it was no
wonder that the delegates got off the
train in the lower lumber yards on their
return last night and sought their respec
tive homes by means of byways and dark
Take your wife, sweetheart or daugh
ter into Krell & Math's and treat them
to a fine dish of ice cream or a rich glass
Mclnt ire Broi. have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
A washwoman wanted
at the Rock
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
rWPictara Cord, Twine, Salts
ami Hooka at lowest prices.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue, .
Under Bock Island Boos.
I SUMS OF
$200.00 and Upwards-
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest T per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free ot charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK 18LAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
KOt'K I8L.ASD, ILL.
lr w (I
Spring Styles now Ready.
YOU WILL FIND
The below mentioned Goods
Ladies' Ribbed Vests 8c.
Zephyr Robes from $3.50 to $4.95,
Challies, half woo L
Challies, all cotton.
Lawns, very few left at 3 l-2o-
Princess Cassimere 12 l-2c.
Summer Beiges, double fold, 12Ho-
Challies, all wool-
Chemisettes, new styles, rolling col
Paisley Twills, stripes, imitating
wool tennis flannels, 1 9c.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 121, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
R C. HOPPE,
No. 1808 Second avenue.
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kinds of CUT FLOWERS conitahUr on hud.
GREENHOUSES. yrflTB amiK
One Block North of Central Park.
The Unrest In low.
C. J. W.
Plans and tpecifiratinns forniftied on all classes of work. Also igrent of Wilier Patent In
side Sliding Blinds, something new. stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Our Straw Goods, representing Milan Hats, Chip, Fancy Braids,
Leghorn Hats, in colors, also, our entire stock of fine Montures,
"Wreaths and Long Sprays at great reductions from former prices.
Tbe remainder of oar stock of Spring Hats and Bonnets, many exclasiTa
designs, are marked at about HALF PRICE.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
ISfTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at $6 00 Riven
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call In
explain bow too
GEO. SCHNEIDER, .Jr.,
CENTRAL 8HOK STORK, 1818 Second ATenue.
ELM STREET SHOE 8TORIJ
S8 Fifth ATsauf.
very suitable for present wear.
. Satteens 10c
Lawn Tennis Flannels, 10c, 11c
Ladies' Victoria Laundered Shirts,
cool and stylish, what are left will be
closed at reduced prices.
Just in, new silver and gold head
Umbrellas, $1.47, $1.57 gloria silk.
26 inch, extra values.
Rock Island, III.
408 Bradr Street
or ' a
. : ; -
awaj to each customer bujiag $25.00
and let as show yoa the book and
can get it free.