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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
SATURDAY. I EllKUAltY 15. 1908.
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N each purchase you make in
this store hereafter, beginning
Monday, for cash, you will be
entitled to the 44S. & H." Green Trad
ingStamps in addition to the very low
est '.prices on the best goods to be found
anywhere. One stamp for each ten
mentis you spend. .
This profit-sharing plan we believe
will "be highly appreciated by the thous
sarids of customers who have for more
than' 37 years found that their interests
were absolutely best cared for at this
store. These stamps will be redeemed
by the "S. & H." Co. at its Premium
Parlors, located on 18th Street, in the
new Safety IBuildting, where at all times
you can see the magnificent assortment
of beautiful preseints which you can se-.
lect from if you become an 4lS. & H."
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The New 1908 Colored Wash Dress Fabrics.
THOUSANDS of yards of newest 1908 fine embroidered Swisses,
Organdies, Mulls, Silk Mousselirfes, Ginghams, Linens for Suits,
both plain and embroidered, etc., etc., representing the leading
French, Irish, Scotch, German and American manufacture. A
splendidly comprehensive showing. Prices are decidedly low, as
befits the intended purpose to offer specials that shall in each instance
establish a precedent for value giving.
Imported and Domestic Ginghams, Zephyrs and
Madras in newest plaid color combinations, checks
all sizes, stripes, etc., are in great demand for house
dresses, shirt waist suits and girl's dresses, the most
serviceable woven , fabrics, all priced way down at
48c. 42c. 38c. 25c. 15c and 12C yard.
Sheer Silk Warp Tissues, Dainty Organdies.
Figured Embroidered Swisses, a rare collection of
finest imported fabrics, ranging from 50c to 1.00 a
Linen Suitings. Three Great Values. Shrunk
Linen Suitings in plain and the new rough weaves, to
be wornjfor tailored waists and three-piece suits,
colors are Copenhagen blue, sky blue, pink, helio,
new browns, navy, reseda, ecru, cream and 'white,
three rare values at 48c, 38c and 25c yard.
35 pieces best Galatea Suitings for hard wear,
boys' suits, etc.. all the staple dots, stripes and figures,
20c values at 15c yard.
9:30 A. M. Monday 1000 yards White Dotted
Swisses, 25c valua, a very fortunate purchase en
ables us to save you half on every yard, 12c yd.
At 3:30 P. M. A case of Dress Ginghams at
less than the manufacturers price, all new styles,
be prompt for these, at just 10c yard.
IF it was ,a panic, it's over".
Do you realize that nor
mal conditions are about
restored ; that spring business
is awakening; that there is
more money in circulation to
day than there has been for
months; and the people are
spending it. What good is
money anyway, unless you
spend it to buy what, you
We're not going to stand
idly by and let someone else
sell you the goods. That's
not our style. The renowned
February Sales at this store
have been greatly augmented
so far, and there is a positive
determination that the balance
of the month they will be
made still more famous.
This page contains some
illustrations of the way we go
after your trade.
The 10-Day Clean-up
of Cloaks, Suits and Furs began with a rush
THE extraordinary values at $5 and $10 commanded in
stant attention and the interest will be further enhanced
by the new lots that go on sale Monday.
$5.00 and SI 0.00 never before bought such Cloak,
Suit or Fur values. Of course, there is an advantage in
CTEEL frame clothes wringers.
with solid white rubber rolls.
The Eagle Mop Wringer and
Scrub Pail Combined. Monday
Keen Kutter Food Choppers, the
large size with set of four knives,
special Monday, each. $1.45.
Foot Scrapers, they are good the
year round. Monday 15c.
T-TEAVY galvanized Iron Mail
Boxes, enamel painted. Men
The Dover Mixing Spoon or Egg
Whip, Monday for 5c.
Scapstone Cake Griddles, no
gree. no smoke, special Monday
American Wire Rat Traps, the
large size. Monday, each, 39c.
A Special Sale of
SELDOM that you can secure such Petticoats as these at
the prices named. So extensive is the assortment that
we devote three tables to a display of the samples only.
J White Petticoats, made very
full, fine tucks, $1.00 values
Splendid White Petticoats of
good cambric with rows of tucks
and lace edging, remarkable
values at 95c.
A very special lot of Petticoats trimmed with rows and
rows of Lace, with fine lace edging. You never saw better
ones for $1.75, these are only $1.20.
White Petticoats of fine cambric, wide underlay of sheer
lawn, elaborate patterns of embroidery, very exceptional
A wealth of other white Petticoats in many models, sec
tional flounces, trimmed with beautiful lace and embroidery,
many special values and prices for this sale at $1.95
"XTONDAY at 9:30 A. M., and
probably lasting all day, 600
pairs ladies I and 2 clasp real
Kid Gloves in black, tan and gray.
Gloves that have been returned to
the manufacturers on account of
slight fmperfections,neatly repaired
by them and sold at prices that
enable us to offer 1.50, 2.00 and
2.25 glove values, in all sizes,
T-TANDSOME new Seereuckers"
now ready for your inspec
tion. Nurses' stripes, fancy plaids
and checks. Bourette effects, and
the always hard-to get plain colors
in large variety, styles for suits,
dresses, shirts, waists, etc.. two
lots at very special prices, per
yard 14c and 12c. .
Each price named jor these
February Sales, tells its own
graphic story of money-saving.
The Great Interest in the 1908 Embroidery Sale
Will be intensified by the arrival of a rare purchase cf 18 to 27-inch
flouncings, suitable for those dainty waists, also a lot of Corset Cover
Promptly at 9:30 o'clock Monday morning, February" 17th. 3000 yds of
Flouncings, Waistings and Corset Cover Embroideries, worth up to $ 1 .50 a
yard, will go on sale at 62c, 48c, 38c and 25c.
$1 Worth 7& Stamps Free
An "S. y H." Green Trading Stamp Book
with$l worth of stamps already pasted
in will be given absolutely free to every
"Grown-up" visiting our store on Mon
day, February 17th. Ask for them. ' v
20 Discount for Cash
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' i nc. spring rains win soon oe nere ana you n need an vgXMi
Umbrella. Better supply your wants now. Monday
all day all our Men's. Women's and Children's Umbrellas,-
on., uoucn, nngnsn Liiona. mourned wim cnoice lancy and
natural wood handles, none reserved, choice of any at 20 per
cent discount. 1-5 off for cash.
Opening Display and Sale of
1908 Jewelry and Silverware
' Preparatory to the Coming Easter Season
THE holiday season just past brought us the largest
business in the history of our Jewelry Store. We
were almost completely sold out of Novelties of every
Practically an entirely new stock of the latest imported
Novelties is here for your choosing Rings, Bracelets,
Veir CJasps, LaValieres, Chains, Scarf Pins, Hat Pins,
Waist. Sets, etc., etc., in gold filled and solid gold.
To demonstrate the advantages we have in buying
large quantities for cash, we make the following price ex
amples, which apply not only to the few items mentioned,
but rule all through our stock of Jewelry and Silverware.
Furniture 20. Discount
pUESDAY will be Furniture Day, when every
thing in the furniture line will be sold at one-fifth off.
20 per cent discbunt for cash. On everything except floor
coverings you save a fifth. You can't afford to . forget
Every Chair, every Rocker, all Office Furniture, all Hall
Fittings, all Parlor Furniture, all the Dining Room Chairs,
Tables, Sideboards, Buffets, China Closets, all the Library
Tables, Desks, Bookcases, Stools; all Bedroom Furniture
Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Dressers, Chiffoniers, etc.; Kitchen
Tables, Chairs, Cabinets, etc., etc.; Morris Chairs. Settees.
Couches, Pedestals, Jardiniere Stands, Tabourettes. Music
Cabinets, Costumers, Hall Clocks, Baby Carriages, Go-carts,
Invalid Tables, Sewing Tables, Card Tables, etc., etc., etc..
all, all go in the great sale with the discount of 20 per
cent for cash.
We cannot agree to make deliveries on Tuesday or
Wednesday of all Furniture sales, but by Thursday night we
expect to get every piece cleaned up and the last sale
delivered before we quit.
Solid . Silver Brooch Pins and
Hat Pins, new floral designs, size
of a quarter, each 20c.
Misses' and Child's Signet Top
Gold Bracelets, most unusual
20 new designs In Gold-filled
Signet Hat Pins, you will see these
priced elsewhere at 1.00, here
they are 58c.
Rogers and Wallace best plated
Silver Spoons, set of six. $1.18.
Sterling Silver Spoons In great
variety, extra heavy,, usually priced
at 1.00 and 1 .25. you can buy
them here at.75c.
All new designs in Silver Table
Ware representing the most fam
ous manufacturers at our very at
tractive low prices. :
"TAME Fashion Is nothing If
not strenuous. The vogue
which Bracelets have acquired Is'
simply marvelous. No stock with
quite so. complete assortment as
ours this Spring. We are show
ing them In every new style In
which they are made-plain Ro
man, Gold-filled, polished or en
graved Rose, Green Roman, An
tique Gold finishes set with Jade,
Tourmalines, Coral and. Cameos.
Amazonltes. Crystals. Rose Stones,
Locket and Signet top for mono
grams, from 2.00 to 10.00. Dia
mond set In solid gold. Children's
and Baby Bracelets from 58c to
First comes quality, then price
with the McCabe Guarantee al
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F you would experience a thrill of
genuine pleasure and enthusiasm,
visit the 44S. & H." Premium
Parlors in the new Safety Building, cor
ner 3d Ave: and 18th St ' There you
can see the exact presents which will
be given you when you have made a
collection of the celebrated 44S. & H."
Stamps. It's hardly fair to designate
this splendid assortment of beautiful
merchandise as "premiums' for sub
stantially every thihg of. utility or adorn
ment for the home may be had free,forN
44S. & H." Stamps. We give you the
stamps absolutely free "with each and
every 10c cash purchase.
Ask for them, ask for a book, in
which to paste them, together with
special free stamps with which to start