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STATS SAVniOS BAUU
' XIoIiDA, DJ.
OS;Carae fm.Mtret aad Thard A
CAJTTAi. CI OO.OOO.OO.
Bat .data HoitM Sanaa mm. umsiMd is-
I PwCIM UIRCT ?l (I imsni
' OtfMIC uJt RlU Lews.
Opee from I f m and Wcianln am
Pwarae lanraaa. pimMri
B. A. AiBew-iwra, Y1Tfftl.M
4. r Beaaawa, . Oss.U--
rarer UIuh. w. W. WelK
0 n. A. Ataaworta,
. M. e-twaM. W. a. A.sma,
rn Wp r. H . way.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
pr.w panto ;n Ik cardan
e;tof tu weal b IM
Orchard State Bank
Of OaCUABD, SKBRAJ IA.
JC W. DT, FiMldeU.
. . Dul Caalr.
Ml rtell Lya-i. Banket.
J. 4 Bobtaaoa, Cfer Rock Island ttota
. c rxner. w. n.
nry Owl' ., Vtwnit flmcr.
KAYE3 A CLEAVELAWD
Repreaeatios over 40 Million DoHar
Of CuA IMCtl
nr LIT. Tornado.
B-nrt of Surwrvsnip.
Orncl-lMiia1 Block Bock Island, Cl
ajrBtafa laarwUl later) yon. -
J. M BUFORD.
General . . .
TM old Fw aad TI-UVr Cmnalw
Losses Promptl7 Paid.
luu so sew a any raliabl cearpae' cu aSo.
Year hmuii la elicited.
Painlessly, Positively, Perfectly. Per
Without Surgical Oteration ordeteo
tion from Business.
V pay foe treatment etitl' ear d. Plse of
".scrim: 4'hrmitc Coa.iipaboa. atr'eture. fissure
IYb-IUs or Itcbiaf pile permanently eared.
r"tale eared without th arc af knife.
Pil rvasuved wilboat pain at the
Medical and Surgical Institute
CONSULTATION IS FUEK
armeoealrr Lwaalail la tka Brea Block,
aao area street, uavaauon, leva.
ALL AFFLICTED ABE WELCOME.
D, Aadarso aad V era mdaakM of tka
tea in awdical collca a lat eoeatry, amd
with m year aspeneace ta la traataca at
CATAKK0. TBROAT AWD LCNOA.
Tbay aacwafulla trvat Catarrh, Throat aad
taaaa, dfcunn af laa dMrMfa oqcaaa, djiaap
ata. river troaolM. CMaatlpaitaa, ckraatc aW
BIDWET AITD CKIHABT
TrMMatepaaailr Mwni -
Td a raeatad caaaa are apaadn aad
aariinaaatiy aena of aar aw ataiaia a ,iraai
IDIBB AfFUrTSO-BaaoW attcats ft
la all dleaM aaaaHar to woea. Berfaaimy
aad aaraauei for lac traatawat aad aedy aa
aii a teiaal af dlMame.
w Klactricitj IU Scleatlfie Applle-
VaetalblvariAaa. aa aaolr. ear-rti
ana- maraa. Uiawra, wiaa. . reamed ar olae
BLOOD ABD IB PUKAtES.
All IraaWaa arlalnf ffoaj Mapara Weed,
aja, eraaaia. totter, lanmr. atoara. ate
Uu aa aeaeaHed eeaaaaaUr k lattaror
wiaa. antto rar a'lWlia aleak, Ai
DBA. AtedawiaVil aWBd
Is a Face all Covered with
Anl ret hew man? thousand men and
oin?n are Jsily evn npon our promh
otnt thoroul.faref". hu6 skiim are cov-
erl with tlu-ao li!li'7rinj Lleuiuhce,
iii. u uiar i lie iteatiiy ot somanjr Uuxn
lii. b arnulil tttiieru fuirantl attract
iv... A POSITI L Cl'liE OF PIMPLES can fav
ru'ectt-J lv Uie uxe (
of that liiHhfnl, sLin-prrserring prep
aratiou Empress Josephine Face Bleach.
Tliis wonderful preparation m nramMl
and recoiuiitcuiksl by the eocietv ladiea
of every ci vilizel land, tiiousands of whom
attest to its won.lerful curative and beau
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED !
For sale by T. II. Tnoiuas, Drug
gist, cor. 17th and 2d av.. Rock Island
a. o rnasaixr. a. D. coaaau.r.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
ftfira armtwl door, oenr klilclwll ft l.rixlr'e
bank. Bone t kiaa.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
OSce la Bock Ulead National Bank bonding.
a. a. iTtntr.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Counoellora at Law.
oak la Benrrtoc'e Biork.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney, at Law.
Lml balDee of all kinda pramptlr attended
la. State Auaraey of Rork blaad coast?.
Oflcc. rnetoOea Block.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Laaa aowT na rood aeearttr; aaa enllae
ttoa. Kcferraoa, Mltcaall A Lead, nankara.
OnVsa. rWt.m a Block.
Dr. R. Jay.
OAcc at BtuuKB a llrery ruble. Tekbo&e
PbyalclAB and Surpeon.
I1M, Third A ranee. Televbooe, 1ITO. offlca
Boar: 1 to 4 p. aw aad at Bight.
4. a. BauowBDaa, M. a.
a. a. BABra, a. d
Drs. Barth tc Hollowbnsh,
Physicians and Surgeon.
K.nv 2Sd rt. Telephone t8
SKeideBee TK Slat V. " ltal
m. h.rtiv- I Dr. Bnllowbaak
Ve V' , ntola.aw
1 as 4 aad T to a. e, S a S and to 6 p. a
Dr. Chan. If. Robertson.
Eye, Ear, Sose and Throat Only.
Ofllre, Wtiliukrr Block, eoatbweat come-
i bird aat BixAj atraeta. laneaport. Iowa
rkmn IT aud 18. Boon: S toll a. blI to4 p. aw
Stocker & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Offer for pa to at drawlns. Boom 2 T M C A
Edward L. Hammatt,
Ofloa. Rooai 41. klltcbell A Lrane BniMra.
Geo. P. Standnnar.
nan aad eaperrnten!enee for an claaa of
DBiiaiac. jraom as alia aa, Jvcneu a lyBd
painuB. i H BieTwr.
R. M. Pearce,
aad SI taMUckad a Leads i
BalMtag. Take elevator.
W. A. Darling,
Raford Block, arer KlBabarrt etora.
AdaaiaiHMratar,ii ! t
Batata a Daaial Fawler. '
The aialerirtcuBd haeinf beea apporntrd aetata
letrator of Ue Mat of Daniel Fowler, 1M of
la ooaaty af Back lelaad, auio of Illiaoia,aa
eaaaed. berenr gleae aotica that ho will appear
Before the eaaaty eaon of Mock fakaad eoas
, at tn arar or to ores of mm eoart, ia
the etty of Rock Ialaad. at (a October tena, oa
lb tret Monday la October ast, at whlcB
Ubm ail pereoue having clatau acalnet aald ea
tete at not tftcd aad mimtnl ta attend for lha
parpaB of Baring la aaaia adjaataa. All Pr
mhb ladaated to Bald eetat are reqat4 OJ
eke lammi rrmrn' - tlearnlnrelratrl
DIIWI DRUBTX. Aoaiiawi
OaaedtaiaSlataajaf Juljr.A. D. USH.
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LATE WRINKLE IS THE SUMMER
GIRL'S DRESS SUIT CASE.' !
rha Oil Cla U Vp to Dato-Advlara
CTbml TaafeaA aa Dnp-an, Emllj I
Coilinj Xemp U Waaoea Crsaniu Let
tToaaaat Do Waawa-Waoaa la War.
Bachelor girls coatinno to rob poor
aian of his scant posscieions.
The last wrinkle wrenched from the
tad is the dross suit caau. Almost any
hour in trie lonir summer day girls may
be aeon ruining in and out of town with
sole leather or hogs kin vsa tn one hand
aud a cano shaped umbrella in the oth
er. They arootr to or back from a rail,
a boat club coucert, a country djpee, a
summer resort hop or a clambaku, aud
the case contains tho proper outfit
dock or sail cloth for tho water, taf
feta for the muaicalo or something in
describable for the ballroom, with shoes
and gloves to match.
There is no telling who started tho
dress suit case fashion. Credit is divid
ed between coaching parties and coun
try weddings. Even with special trains
and private cars it is hard to wear a
drawing room toilet on tho journey and
reape annoyance. If accidents do not
happen, there is apt to be prolonged
anxiety, and that is exhausting. Pro
fessional entertainers who fiddle, war
ble, read fortunes in cards, stars and
hands cud charlatans who go to private
houses purporting to conduct conversa
tions between the doad and the credu
lous have long carried valises, bnt this
is the rt tiniu in the history of trunk-
making that girls have handled dress
There is no sex in tho innovation.
Prices rango from fo ta ft to, according
to tho leather used. The design is uni
form, containing minimum space for a
shirt, waititcoat, drtscoat and trousers.
It is exceptional to find anything but
canvas lining or even a pocket bit;
enough for comb. A few havo tele
scoped covers, but they arc too clumsy
to he popular. Tho trimmings are of
tho simplest design. A very good case
made of cowhide sells far f 1 S. Tho $1 2
articlo is cot bad, but cheaper goods
are heavy to carry and ugly to look at
Fabrics of this season lend themselves
to closo packing. The crushablo silks,
erepons aad crinkled silk and mull do
up and undo as nicely as linen.
Parallel to fashion runs the business
enterprise. Women who sell books,
jewelry, corsets, trimming and dress
makers supplies for a living carry their
samples in a dress suit case The butler
and hall men havo a good opinion of a
dress suit case and frequently grant
privileges that have to be speedily with
drawn. Still another article has been plun
dered from his highness tho key chain,
latch key, guarding ring aud all In
stead of fastening it to a bAss button
and wearing it in her pocket the guard
is put in a button of her waistcoat and
the keys worn where the good shepherds
carrird the stray lamb, or else a button
hole is worked in the skirt band, and
the chain dangles at the side after the
manner of the time honored "huzzy. "
Only $40 or $50 gold chains are worn
this way. Silver chains hang inside the
skirt, pendent from the belt. New
The Olio Club.
The Olo club is probably tho only
woman's club gifted with a "yelk " It
is a name which, leuus itself readily to
oral demonstration "Oh-oli-o-li-o" or
something like that. Yes, depend npon
it, the Olio dub is one which is bound
to make a noise and a Etir in the world.
It is progressive, energetic and full of
righteous aims. The latest achievement
of tho Olio is a summer clubhouse Tho
idea was projected at a recent "screen"
meeting of this go ahead club, and
there aud then the amount of money
necessary to reat a clubhouse for all
summer was unhesitatingly subscribed.
That was Olioclub all over doing what
it had to do both well and quickly.
So tho summer club station is now in
full blast It has 22 room and is situ
ated at Lake Geneva, that idyllic sum
mer place of Wisconsin. And tho club
house is ideal to match. At first blush
of the project it was suggested that the
club members who took turns in so
journing there should also take care of
the house. Bnt a sensible woman threw
her whole energy into upsetting this
idea. "Go there to rest." she said,
"and cumber yourself with housework,
and in a week your temper will bo
ruined, and you will be ready to claw
and to scratch."
So when the ladies of first occupancy
undertook to furnish their rooms they
also furnished the place with cook and
second girl and janitor. Several of the
ladies took their own hordes and car
riages thither, and there are three boats
belonging to tho place, to say nothing
of a piano, though that does eoem a lit
Tho place iscalled "Sans Souci, " and
the title fits. Each lady furnishes her
own room, so it is deliciously like a
camp out affair. Mrs. J. W. Thomas
and Mrs. Mitchell stand at the head of
the innovation, and members visit there
in turn, taking care to give notice suf
ficiently far ahead. Chicago Post.
Advisee Wheel laetead af Drat.
Bicycle riding, says Dr. Denslaw
Lewis of Chicago, as well as all other
forms of outdoor exercise, is, in my opin
ion, decidedly beneficial, especially for
our American girls and women. Fortu
nately for them, that most autocratic of
all dictators, fashion, has of late years
decreed a greater indulgence in tennis,
golf, bicycle riding and other outdoor
sports to the very great benefit of the
sex. Perhaps this is a form of Anglo
mania. If so, it shows we have adopted
one of the many common sense ideas
that prevail in England in regard to
matters of everyday life. Whatever the
eaMe, it is certainly no longer fashiona
bla for our young women to be deli
cate, nor is it todays disgrace for then
to oompett with aaea ia outdoor awrts
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEll 1, 1C04.
HOT ti IB tfaa rtv-anra a oruvt a.
e " -i-
tite L'4 i purfect digestion. I have
known cirtny cases ct au&nria, associat
ed with amanorrboia and otherwise
complicated, to recover sound health by
bicycle riding. Ia my private practice
I have several times prescribed a bicycle
in place of drugs in these cases and in
variably with tatihfactory result. A
word of caution trust be added. Con
ceding the valuo of bicycle riding under
suitablo conditions, it must be remem
bered that there are times when all
forms of violent exercise are injurious.
In inflammatory diseases the bicycle
should be used only under professional
advice. It stands to reason that women
who rido the bicycle shouSR bo properly
clothed. Corsets and all articles of dress
thct constrict the waist should be rlie-
cirdod. Tho seat should bo aecuro aa in
riding a horsa The "leap frog" posi
tion should Iw avoided, and duo discre
tion should bo exercised ajtygurdjover
duiu. Mre. Emily P. Collins.
Tho Equal Rights clab of Hartford
fcas just celebrated tho eightieth anni
vetsary of the birth of Mrs. Emily P.
Collins, who sent tho first petition to
the New York legislature (in 18ii) ask
ing for the right of suffrage for waunu.
fcho was tho organizer of the first fo
tialo suffrage society in Ontario coun
ty, N. Y., ia 1848, and from that time
slio lias dvoted her life to the interest
of eqnai sutfragu. Mrs. Collins was the
foui der and one of the first presidents
f the Eqnil Ui-htsclub in this city
aad is cie i.f tho foremost supporters of
woman suffravo ia Connecticut She
was bora iu Erist'il, Ontario comity,
N. Y., Aug. 11, 1S14, being tho daugh
ter of James Parmelee, who served ia
the Revolutionary army. Ho was a na
tive of Killiugworth, Conn., aud served
in the Contact icct forces.
Mrs. Collins was educated at Lima
seminary aud taujjht school in her earlv
days. Her firt husband was Charles
Peltier of tho regular army. Dr. P. Ii
Peltier uf Hartford, a prominent home
opathic practitioner here, is a son by
this first marriage. Her second husband
was Simri Collins of South Bristol, N.
Y., who was a lawyer by profession.'
Daring the civil war she had two sons,
Dr. '0- D. Peltier and E. Burke Collins,
in tho Union army. In 1804, after the
battlo of New Market, in Virginia, she
joined her son. Dr. Peltier, at Martins
burg, where he was post surgeon, and
served as a nurse in the Union hos
pitals during tho campaign in the Shen
andoah. Mrs. Collins has resided in Hartford
for a number of years since the war and
has been a leading factor in suffrage
agitation and work. She is a woman of
marked ability and ono of the readiest
speakers among the Connecticut suf
fragists. Hartford Letter.
Memphis Woaaea Urg-anlie.
A most remarkable meeting was held
a few weeks ago ia the parlors of a fash
ionable hotel in Memphis. It was a
gathering of a considerable body of tho
city's leading women, socially and phil
authropically regarded, who had come
in response to a call fur the women in
terested in furthering the manufactur
ing interests of the city.
It ended in tho forming of a woman's
auxiliary to supplement the work of
the Young Men's Business league.
Their motto is evidently to be loyal
to Memphis in every way and devoted
to her best interests. They undertake to
secure the Memphis trade for the Mem
phis manufacturer. Other things being
equal, the Memphis buyer is to be urged
to become a patron of the Memphis
Schemes for town improvement have
alreadv been undertaken taiA tho enirit
of sincerity with which the matter has
ueea tasen up is inaicatea In the pre
sidinir officer's Mr. William Ran
dolph address,, who cautioned her lis-
luuers ogams uie ursf enrnusiasm,
which sometimes dies out, and urged
them tf serious, persistent effort
It is significant that almost every
woman present was a clubwoman and
that Memphis is one of the most flour
ishing of women's club centers in the
south. This is right in line with the
work of club women on every Tide,
They first organize, consolidate and try
their own abilities to acquire knowl
edge and information. Then comes the
desire to annlv their new frmnil crr,nrth
in practical ways. Such is going to bo
iub constantly increasing character and
value of the work of women's clubs.
It Women Be Woascw.
Here is food for thought However
much w may desire to shirk the ques
tion, there is no doubt that woman is
not so adorable in tweeds as chiffons.
The more nearly sho approaches man in
manners and dress the further is she re
moved from an angel or the similitude
of one. The tempestuous petticoat, the
billowing frills and laces or, in a nut
shell, the gewgaws of feminine attire
hare as much to do with her tyranny
over tho stronger races as her virtues
end loveliness, and she knows her pow
er She enshrines herself in b-r dress,
which is to her what the setting is to
the jewel. But attire the woman in
trousers, vest aud coat, and what a poor,
puny mortal she becomes! A thing yon
despise, gentlemen, but arrayed in all
the monopoly of fashion and finery she
appears as a being most of yon are ter
ribly afraid of. Well, we would rather
be afraid of her than despise her. Let
her retain the similitude of an angel
rather than ape man in dress. Holy oke
Waaaaa'a Khar la War.
Senator Hoar, who takes the side of
the woman suffragists in a controversy
with Rev. Dr. J. M. Buckley in The
' I do not think that the capacity to
bear arms, which is sometimes suggest
ed as essential to the right to vote, has
anything to do with it It is said that
it is not just that any class of persons
should have a voice in deciding wheth
er tho natiou shall go to war that is not
itself exposed to the perils of war. But
we apply no sack principle to the large
number of vcrsona who ara ahtea 4m
military mge, the persons who are phys
ically unfitted to bear arms or the per
sews whom we exempt because of their
profession, aa clergymen, or because of
their Vv'jig assigned to other puhlio dn
ties, aa Kfts'atora. Certainly the wom
an who cannot go to war does not so
much deserve to be disfranchised as the
man who can go and won't go. Besides
in modern times women have to bear a
large share both of the risk and of the
burden of carrying on war. That new
occupation I am sometimes tempted to
say the most valuable and useful of all
professions which in our time has been
added to the list ot higher human em
ploymentsthat of tho trained nurse,
belongs to women.
A Crave Qarrtl DeeMed.
I regret to see that tho powers who
adjudicate upon delicato questions of
precedence aopear to have definitely de
cided that the Duchess of Coburg shall
be placed ou tho same footiug as the
Princess of Wales. At the time of the
last ball I commented on the fact that
tliey entered abreast, but there was some
doubt as to whether it was by accident
or design. All doubts, however, were
set at rest by tho semiofficial announce
ment before the ball last Monday that
onco morn the princess and duchess
"would enter side by side. " This is a
concession that ought not to havo been
made, and tho Duchess of Coburg should
havo been relegated to a back seat In
this country the princess should take
precedence of every one save the queen
and not admit foreign royalties, how
ever aspiring or acrimonious, to rank
equally with her. London Figaro.
Tho Countess of Aberdeen has pur
chased tho stock, business and prom
ises of the late Mr. Benjamin Lindsay,
who for many years promoted the manu
facture and sale of Irish laces in Dub
lin. She has placed tho management in
tho hands of the Irish Industries associ
ation. "A little I wi.aU rrbeareo
Of one, oare sick, who ooa srew wnre.
With boll and bkitebe covered u'er.
Betook of remeili.-e (?) a reore.
Alse. they 1' did fail to heal.
While be each dnjr still wor-e ili I feel.
Tp eroke a friend "Tour b'nod's Impure
"Bnt Dr. Pierce caa heel 70a ear
"His H5. M. D.' will quickly car."
Like balm on woenda three worJe were poured.
The sick mtu'e health was eotm reetnred.
Impure blood 1 canted by went of healthy ac
tion on the part or the liver. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Me ical Discovery ia the beet remedy in tfce
world for liver, and for purifying the blood and
eyetem from all poirn and impurit.ee of what
ever name or nature.
Boyal Ruby" Rya Whisky
Ie a "Rye as Is a Rye," aavtatally ripened and
rea from all forelpu flavor aad adateerann rear
anteed pare and over eleven yean of age, recoai
mended 10 the eonnolnear aa a snerttoriooe arti
cle worthy of the confluence of invalids, com
leecenls and the aged. See that our nam hi
blows in bottle . fl.on per quirt boule.
"KOTAL KCBV" PoKT WISE
pore, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the a.-ed. It restore
toe vitality, create strength aad appetite, bolide
ap the weak and debilitated. Qura, ft. Pin:,
60 centa. Put ap on honor aad guaranteed bv
ROYAL WTSE. CO, Cbicaso,
For aale at Harper Bouoe Pharmacy, and by
William Clendenln. Molina.
When Baby was aick, we gave her Otstoria.
Wbcn she was a CJiiU, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Hiss, she dung to Castorla.
Whew she bad Children, she gave them Castarkv
Wholesale Dealer aad Importer of
Win6s and Liquors.
. 11 aad 1C18 Third Ave
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
Merchant -:- Tailor,
110 Qfcte.t& etrtwt.
Kef-Fit aad Workaaaaihip Gear
autAed the Best
Cieavtlng aad Ilwablai Done.
sw" " ""--waaw
ilaniilaaure ol FARM,SFRLKG ASD FREIGHT WAGOfc
A fell aid enmi.'ei Ilsr"B l-ef sv-j. t.-t..- ,iu , . . . .
ti'ii tree.f if)nt rorKrinMi. (:,a,ii rvw ... .Zl'
Hlts4. ktM!lJ1NI 4MlwwirWrl
A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT To
SHAVE WITH." "
13 THE PROPER THING
ra4 -vts . ji
BW e AVdTSJ.
. J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
IMCORPOBATED CBDCB THE STATE LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
KOCR taXAVD. Iu
rive per oantlatawwst paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col.
lateral or Real Estate security.
f.UlUTCHiLL.Pnm-4. F C OSKKBU1I5. Vtoe PaaTI. J K BCrMBD.C-t
P. U Mitchell, T. a k Crabau rt rwi aittraeU. B. T. Ball. L. Bitot.
M. W Unr-t, J. M. Baford, Joha olk.
m Jacssos 4k Brass; Bolsroora.
Baraa atwinc! Jul, a, 1S90. stA occapy the sostacaat comer cf aitcbeD Lrrdrl c,w tt'm
The are aennpt, safe sr4 eertain la raaaH. The rwnaf ne (Iw. Feat's' arm
BMiss. Beat asywhar, Sl.au, tliltam I'lit iiuim Li Ui .l.ti. J.
For sale by T. H. Thomas, Druggist, sole agenL Iick Maud. III.
All kin', of rarpenlrr
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
Contractor and Builder.
Chop, Holly ZlotM nyme.
Rfaridsmoe. 410 Seventh tre-t
City "Bus aad Express Line
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1141. and yon will receive
TIOBKNLAKB KPRNCfeR. Pre
mi nln nn au
rr2AT inJ ITU C3
It will Clean Silks aad Woolen Goods.
Ribbons. Certains and Carpets. It has
no equal for Cleaning Haass, Killing
Moths aad Removing Grease Spots.
Tm teJ It tea Kj d Ltia.
VOfl BALI BVBRYWMB1I8.
PRICE IS CEMTS A CARE OR TWO CAKES
FOB 23 CENTS.
Adtlrsss H asd H, DesMc4ae. tows.
fc,JC2'. Jsrif H -rVi-. vt-
LATEST SOVF.LTIi IX
Ml Ki EDGES
cM r iru at
K. F. lOI,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SLCOND AVE
Harper House Block
Wa-Jocus L -1
n a reliable. BMathlr, raramtrec anedleta. Only lraikm al
ahaparestdnieaahaaldaoasa. U jm want tU h, r.t
Jea-rali.bHi1Kion shot n.iti. e
aad aatlsfa tHa cusraul.e4
Joiin Volk tic Co.
' HOUSE BUILDERS
Sash, Dobrs and Blinds.
And all kinds of
Woodwork fur ltuilJrt
Fldb c rkmriBC Waiascwsiix
Una street, hat 4lh aad life av