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Rook Island Daily Argub.
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1892.
I Blngle Oople 5 Cent
1 FnWiik llliOtati
DURING THIS WEEK,
In order that every person may have an opportunity to judge for- themselves as to the sincer
ity and truthfulness of our last SHOE SALE, we have decided to continue the same
for this week, ending Saturday night with the closing of our store.
COST WHAT IT MAT
We are determined that every lady shall con
fute a committee of one to advertise the Finest
Shoes in this vicinity, ranging in price and value
rom $5.00 to $6.50 at $4.00 per pair.
No Limit to the Number of Pairs.
In last Saturdays sale we limited the number
f pairs, one to a customer; this week you will have
he privilege of buying all you want; buy them for
your relatives; buy them for your friends, with the
Privilege of returning them and getting your money
back if they do not please.
THE MANY LADIES
Who called after the specified time for closing the
sale and were refused the privilege of buying at
special sale price will now have an opportunity to
buy a pair of M. & K. celebrated $5 to $6.5o shoes
at $4.oo a pair.
OVER 300 PAIRS
Of Shoes lefi our store last Saturday. If there is a
dissatisfied purchaser among the lot we will redeem
the shoes and refund the money including those
our competitors may have bought.
23 different styles to select from and sizes near
ly complete from tripple A to double E.
These Shoes are intended for our customers, but if any of our competitors desire one
or two pairs to trim their windows with, they are welcome to them.
. & K.
Best Equipped Shoe House in the Tri-cities.