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THE ANGUS, MONDAY, JULY 15. 1895.
MM OH S
I lender, did you ever take Kimmons
Livkk Keoulator, the "Kino of
Livui Medicines?" Everybody needs
tn!:o a lfver remedy. It is a sluggish or
disu-aixl liver that impairs digestion
and causes constipation, when the waste
that should be carried off remains in
th; body and poisons the whole system,
'ihat dull, heavy feeling is due to a
torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion arc all liver
diK'-anes. Keep the liver active by an
occasional dose of Simmons Liver Iteg
11 later and you'll pet rid of these trou
bles, and give tone to the whole pys
tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver
Kegulator is better than Pills. It
dots not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly
refreshes and strengthens.
Hvry package lias the Ked Z
Mump tb wrapper. J. II.
Zeiliu &. Co., l'li:ladclj:hia.
Boston Dital Parlors
H. G. MfBAYlTT
318 Dradv Street.
To Introduce onrclvM to the fi'h'ic of
Ms vic'uiiy we will, until further no
tice, EXTRACT TEETH FREE
We mike a specialty of the l'alnlrrs Ef
fraction of Teeth acil ALoNK US3 the
wonderful local An:i'Uhctlc EXCKLtAIOlt
wukh h t)i ba'l i fleets iiwn tlio heart.
We nl'o oe N.trous Oxltle, Chloroform
or Ether, If dirtrcd. We ilo nl! tinds of
tUh-clu.9 Dtntlrtry, making a njH'ciulty
of Hi.! Correction of Invxiilurilicn of the
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Open Si.n-'ayi for extracting from 9 to 10 a. m.
Bostun Dsntil Parlors.
Over Wiiieukc's Tailor s-Uop.
5:3 Brady ft.-cet - - - - DAY ICS I'll SIT, IV
lie who Ins tasted a sour
apple will have more rclifh
lor a sweeter one.
She who wears ordinary
jloves will havo better taste
for good gloves.
If you want goo! gloves
Glovoand Fur store
1605 Second Avenue.
How nttninej how re
Mored how preserved,
Ordinary work on l'hy
io;ouy will not tell yon :
the dorttfra can't or
won t; nut all t lie Mine
you wih to know. Your
lfli'i'si O.Jils reproduction. Onr
book lavs rare tho truth. Kvery man who
would rtirain sexual viiror lot tl.ni,u.h folly,
ordrvelop members weak by nature or wanted
bv dix-ase. should write for our eeuied book,
"IVrfevt Manhood." .So chargu. Address
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LEAVES FROM HIS NOTEBOOK ON
SIGN PICTURES OF BURGLARS.
tThat Chalk Sfarka on the Front Stoop 01
Gate May Mean On the Other Iland,
They May Be Only the Serawli or Mla
chlevooa Boyt hlch Mean Nothing.
The amateur Sherlock Holmes ha
added another chapter to his little note
book which records the significance of
trifles that are important clews to the
doings of the criminal classes. pots of
ink, cigar ashes, marks on tbe finger and
the particles of datst in the folds of an
umbrella are all eloquent to this observ
ant seeker after truth as revealing
times, places sind occurrences in which
peoplo may have been engaged. There is
a whole literature ou tho muds of Xew
York and vicinity, their color and con
sistency and tho various degrees of at
uiospheric moisture under which they
will bo reduced to a fluid state, while
toothpicks tuid matches as characteristic
of various restaurants and localities are
full of meaning.
Now it appears, by what tho amateur
Sherlock Holmes has been revealing in
a moment of confidence, that the dead
walls of Kew York, stoops of houses,
basement entrances and area gateways
are tho signposts of the criminal classes,
and that what look like the rudo scrawl
iugs of boys are in reality the secret
pymbols by which burglars communicate
with each other.
tUialk murks tinder the edge of one of
your front stop may mean that your
hou.o has been spotted and will bo bro
ken intoonacta-tain date. A rude draw
ing on the aiva railings may to tho en
lightened eye of tho initiated mean:
"This man Iris a burglar alarm on his
second story w indows and keeps a revolv
er under hia pillow, but tho silver is in
tho butler's pantry 011 tho first floor, and
tho house may bo entered through the
second Itasement window, where the
latch is ltroken."
Tho fraternity which has developed
this sign language to such a ldgh degree
nf perfection shows considerable ingenu
ity in its design, but no attempt is made
at accuracy of drawing, as tltat would
attract attention. Tho sign pictures of
the burglars tiro made to look as much
like tho mdo scrawls of schoolboys as
Three figures wero found scrawled on
the gateway of ono house. The informa
tion thus pictorially conveyed was to the
effect that tho honse was tenanted by n
lady, one woman servant and a Imy page.
That he was a lxy page was indicated
bv buttons on his coat, and tho servant
was indicated by a short skirt, dotted to
resemble a print dress.
Another pirturo in tho notebook of
the amateur Sherlock HuLmes was more
easily deciphered, sis it showed merely a
fierce bulldog guarding t'io house, a
warning lo all members of the frater
nity. The next sign, taken from a house
in the suburbs, was mora mysterious and
complicated, but upon a study it finally
resolved itself into the announcement
that tho mati who lived there went out
to business at I) in the morning and re
turned at 0 in tho cveuing.
Another pictnro gathered by the ama
teur SherliH-k Holmes during his pains
taking investigation of this subject
showed accurate information, 11s wtis
subsequently discovered, upon tho part
of the sign writer as to tho interior of
tho house. It indicated that, there wero
three electric bells on the windows, and
that ono woman servant was employed.
A crude drawing taken from muler the
edge of a stoop indicated that the s-erv-ant
thero had been "squared," and this
house presumably was just ready to lie
burglarized. Jiomeof the lnxty expected
to Ik? secured, together with warnings as
to possiblo difficulties to 1h met with,
wero indicated by sign pictures of silver
spoons, coin ami plate, together with
tho statement that the place was "Al,"
bat then! wero significant sketches of a
dog, a revolver and electric bells to put
tho thieves upon their guard as to what
Frequently tho burglars, says tho
amateur Sherlock Holmes, put tiieso
sign pictures on houses remote from
those to which they refer, and in this
case the identity of the latter is revealed
by mysterious tymliols. This was tho
case with u mdo drawing of a house dis
covered on a street corner. It represent
ed a tall house with a lino barbed with
nn arrowhead leading to tiio roof from
tho street and indicating that tho best
method of ingress was through the roof.
The street and number if this house
vt ero also shown by a succession of nu
merals which only the initiated could
D.m't get frightened when you see
chalk marks on your front stocp or area
gateway. Tho probabilities are that
they are merely the idiotic scrawls of
boys. At tho same time examine them
closely, and if they seem to point to bur
glarious intent or desipi it might not 1
a bad idea, to report tho matter to the
police. The latter will probably laugh
at yon among themselves, having not
yet developed many Sherlock Holmes
propensities, but the fact that the sigus
have been noticed will, in some mys
terious way, soon be known to tho crim
inals, and those enterprising gentry may
bo frightened off. New York World.
Lr pri In the World.
According to Malhall, leprosy is far
more prevalent in Europe than most
peoplo suppose. Ee says that thero are
now 3,000 lepers in Portugal, 1,770 in
Norway, 6,000 in Russia and about
2,000 all told in other European coun
tries. In India there aro 131,000 and in
Canton, China, not less than 10,000.
He does not give figures for other coun
tries and islands, but it is estimated
that the leper population of the world
U but little, if any, short of 1,000,000.
Xot Sharp Eaoaxh.
"hy, Madge, that was a splendid
chance to rut him. "
"I know it, but I wis too dull to take
advantage of it. "Detroit Tribune.
WAS SHE KIDNAPPED?.
The DL'aprearaare and Retnra of Little
The Moline Mail claims that the
disappearance of 4-year-old Ellis
Taylor, of that city, who was
lost the other day. and was later
traced to Milan, where she went on
a street car. ami returned to her
mother in this city, was a case of
kidnapping-. The first impression
was that the child had run away, and
bad taken a trip by herself. Now.
the Mail in support of its theory of
kidnapping hold 4 that "the starting
part of the affair is that Mrs. Taylor
was not in Kock Island at all. Mrs.
Taylor went to a Moline depot to see a
lady friend depart, and. as a matter of
course, took the child alonjj. She
left the little one ou the platform
just a moment while she stepped in
side tho train with her friend, and
when she returned the child was
missing. She spent some time
searchino; about the depot before
ivinthe alarm. Then some one
remembered seeing a child of that
description board a street car for
Rock island in company with a tall
lady. As soon as this became known
parties were sent to Kock Island on
her trail. Arriving there the police
were notified ami diligent search
instituted. The telephone lines
were freely used and at last the
child was located in Milan where she
was all alone. When returned to
her mother the little one was very
much frightened and could tell noth
ing intelligible, but later Mrs. Tay
lor drew some startling facts from
The Child's Story.
She told of how, soon after her
mother left a tall lady approached
and led her away, promising to buy
her a doll and bring her right back.
Of course little Ellis knew nothing of
where she was going when she
boarded the car with the lady, but as
they neared Milan she began to long
for her mother and commenced to
cry. Why.' the lady said in a coax
ing tone, "why do you cry when you
are with mamma?' You aii.t my
mamma, ' tLe little one replied, and
thereupon cried the louder. In fact
she created such an uproar that it
seems the woman deemed it best to
get rid of the child and therefore left
her when she reached Milan. The
child was found sobbing and crying
for mamma, and as she could not tell
who she was cr where she lived, she
was held awaiting developments. The
Kock Islaml police were telephoneil.
and knew at once she was the child
they had been looking for all day.
What object the strange woman
had in kidnapping the little gtrl is.
of course, uncxplaiuable. Our in
formants, who by the way are reli
able, offer as a theory that the
woman's mind is a little deranged,
and, taking a fancy to the child, her
clouded understanding did not forbid
her carrying her off. However this
may be, itiscleaily and undoubtedly
a case of kidnapping, and the per
petrator and her object will probably
remain a mvsterv."
II. T. V. V. CONVKNT1UM
llaltlmore Ju:y 10 to 31, 18DS
' Thero is only one route to Balti
more combining the best railway ser
vice with tho most intetesting'scea
cry and historical associations, it is
the Chesapeake &OkioR"y- via Wash
ington. the Rhine, the Alps and
the Battlefield linn of America"
along the great Kanawha river,
through New River canons, along the
Greenbrier, crossing the Alleghany
and Blue Ridge mountaius. the Pied
mont and Shenandoah valleys, and
the most famous of Virginia 'battle
fields. The F. F. V. limited is the only
modern through train to Baltimore
via Washington with electric lights,
lining car and observation car. One
fare for the round trip. At compar
atively a slight additional cost return
trip can be made by way of Chesa
peake Bay, Old Point 'Comfort and
For full information, descriptive
pamphlet, etc., address C. B. Ryan,
Ass't. .. P. A., C. & O. R"y., Cincin
Special New Ensland Kxcuralon
via the Lake Shore & Michigan
Southern railway. August 19 to 25
tickets will be on sile via the above
line at one fare for the round ttip.
The only route via Toledo and Cleve
land along tho southern shore of
Lake Erie almost its entire length,
through the beautiful Mohawk Val
ley and tho Berkshire Hi Is, or via
Albany and Hudson river boats if de
sired, or via the M. Lawrence river
and through the White mountains.
Stop over allowed at Niagara Falls
and Saratoga, and on the return at
Chautauqua lake. A splendid oppor
tunity for your summer va-ation
trip. Full information on applica
tion. M. S. Giles. T. P. A.. Chicago.
C. K. Wiltier. West. Pass. Agent,
sl 0 to Oorla and Rrtorn St AO
On the excursion Sunday. July 21.
Train leaves Rock Island at Twen
tieth street depot at 7:50 a. ni.; re
turning, leaves Peoria at 8 p. m.
R. Stockhui se, G. T. A.
lllfih Tariff or Low TarlT
does not interest the individual who
is suffering from colic or diarrhoea.
What be wants and wants badly is
Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea Cure
25 cents and 50 ccsts. M. F. Bahn
sen'a drug store.
t or Over till; Inn
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens tbe gums,
allays all pain, cares wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
GREAT RIVER WORK.
What Was Accomplished In Col. Uacken
ale'a District In a Tear.
The report of Col. Alex Mackenzie
upon tbe improvement of the Missis
sippi river between tbe mouth of the
Missouri and Minneapolis, now in
command of Col. W. R. King, has
been received by the chief engineer.
This is the upper reach of the Mis-
sisippi improvements, being under
the continuing appropriation system.
The work consists of closing the side
chutes and contracting tbe low water
channels; also tbe protection of
Danks Irom caving and dredging the
river at various points. During tbe
fiscal year there have been expended
$ S72.600. with incompleted contracts
amounting to $376,300, leaving a
balance of 177,000.
lufluence on Freight Kates.
The importance of the upper Mis
sisippi as to commerce is said to be
in its influence on the freight rates
by railroad rather than the amount
of freight in the boats that operate
on the river. The commerce of the
upper river is not very large, the
tonnage for 1S94 being 2,1175.000
tons, but enormous quantities of
f: eight ara said to be carried by rail
at river rates.
The past year has seen very low
stage of water. The report says the
improvement of the river must be
carried on gradually and extend over
many years, so as to give the river
an opportunity to assist ia the
formation of the proper channels.
It has been the custom to select for
improvement localities where the
condition is detrimental to naviga
tion. Everv locality so improved
has a beneficial effect on the balance
of the river, and the navigable depth
of the stream h?s been considerably
increascj from year to year.
THE BONDS ARE READY.
Industrial llome Property Is In Good
Saturday evening T. H. Thomas
assumed bis duties as trustee for the
Kock Island Industrial Homi asso
ciation, and henceforth has absolute
charge of the affairs of the home,
collecting all rental and having the
management of the property.
The bonds are a good investment.
They aggregate sfl 1,0 JO, and draw C
per cent, running for periods of 3,
5, 7 and 10 years. They are in $50
denominations, interest bearable in
semi-annual coupons. They are am
ply secured by first mortgage on
f 2C.000 worth of modern, fully im
proved and productive property. It
is the desire to dispose of them in
this community if possible.
Trustee Thomas now has a desira
ble and commodious store, with di
mensions of 27J by 90 feet for rent,
together with three flats of three
rooms each, all provided with the
most modern conveniences. A
splendid hall for public or private
entertainments may be-rcnlcd cheap.
The bonds will beyond a question
lind a ready market
The funeral of Harry L. Robinson
will be held from the" late home of
the deceased at 7 o'clock tomorrow
morning, after which the remains
will be taken to Port Byron by Fu
neral Director Swann for interment.
The deceased was 30 years of age,
and leaves a wife and "two children.
The funeral of Mrs. Edward De
Rue took place from the residence on
Third avenue Saturday afternoon.
Services were conducted by Rev. A.
V. Mennicke of the German Lutheran
church, with appropriate hymns by
the choir. The pall bearers were:
Charles Battles, Charles Pfaff, Ed
ward Lamp. W. Kolls. Edward Baig
and F. Schmale. Interment was at
' AT THE WATCH TOWER.
All This Week.
tAftcrnoon and evening and every
evening and afternoon all next week,
Harmon's World Famous Roval Hun
garian Gypsy Band, from Buda
Pestb, Hungary. Ten eminent ar
tists, producing soul-stirring, match
less music. Mid-summer musical
festival. The finest organization of
its kind in the world. Also, same
dates, "Till's Marionettes," me
chanical, ventriloqual novelties,
shadowgraphers. manipulators of au
tomata; a most pleasing and enter
taining performance for children.
Don't fail to attend this week. Re
served seats free for the children.
Daily excursion cars afternoon and
'-Nothing Venture, Nothing Have.
Rev. John Reed. Jr., of Great
Falls. Mont., recommended Ely's
Cream Balm to me. I can empha
size his statement, It is a positive
cure for catarrh if used as directed."
Rev. Francis W.Poole, pastor Cen
tral Presbyterian church, Helena,
It is tbe medicine above all others
for catarrh, and is worth its weight
in gold. I can use Ely's Cream
Balm with safety, and it does all
that is claimed for it. B. W. Sperry,
Hartford, Conn. , '
Fair weather and cool; southwest
to westerly winds. Todav's temper
ature, 82." F. J. Walz. Observer.
Don't Slop llloa!
He has a bad attack of colic anil is
making for M. V. Bahnsen'a drug
store after a bottle of Foley's Colic
and Diarrhoea Cure 25 cents and 50
Children Cry for
Leaf lard at Schroeder's.
One dollar and a half to Peoria and
Fred Nichols has returned from a
visit to Chicago friends.
A. H. Tavlor, of Ottawa, spent
Suodav in the citv with C. E. Case
Dr. B. F. Hall goes north this
evening on business. He will be ab
sent one week.
C. W. Negus has gone to Mud
Springs, Ind., to remain a couple of
weeks lor 111s ueaitn.
Home Cooking company's bread is
sold bv Blakesly & McDonald, A. P.
Hartz.'C. J. lng, W. II. Bean. G. B.
Dodge and Murphy & Smith.
John Schnitzer. of the postoflice
force, is taking a week vacation. He
will spentl ital Camp Keeley Cure,"
near Rapids City, whither he went
this morning with his blanket, fish
Mrs. Emma Williams and Miss
Etta Rhweder returned home
to Winona, Wis., this morning on
the steamer Pittsburg, after a pleas
ant stay with their cousin, Mrs. C.
Good things grow in favor and the
Home Cooking company, of Daven
port, has a constantly increasing
trade. Ask your grocer for brown,
white, cream, rye, Boston brown or
entire wheat bread, made by this
A farmer living near Taylor Ridge
who has been worried over crop con
ditions and financial affairs, disap
peared last week, but returned carlv
yesterday morning. His only recol
lection 01 nis trip was that be had
been at West Liberty, Iowa, but why
he could not explain! He had walked
home from Rock Island.
A reunion of the family of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Kerr was held' on the 7th
at the residence of John McMeekin,
their son-in-law, in Rural township.
The family numbered 31 15 chil
dren, including sons and daughters-in-law,
and H grandchildren, and
together with a company of friends.
joined in miking the occasion a
A bene lit entertainment and danee
is to be tendereil Company B. of
lMvenport, at the Davenport Outing
club grounds Friday evening. The
patronesses from Rock Island and Mo
line will be: Mesdames Henrv Cur
tis, C. C. Carter, J. Conner." S. S.
Davis, F. C. A. Denkmann. Martin
Frj singer, Pnil Mitchell, Morris
Kosniieid, J. P. Weverhauser. H. C.
Connelly. A. C. Dart, T. B. Davis,
F. C. Denkmann, W. II. Marshall,
Francis Mixter, Kuthers. D.T.Rob
inson, A. II. Vinton. Charles II.
Deere, H. A. Barnard. William Bnt
terworlh. W. C. Bennett. John P.
Gool. A. If. Bryant. F. W. Gould. W.
V. Wiman and Miss Amelia Huber.
Maids of honor: Misses Hope Cur
tis, Frances Decker, Frysinger, Belle
Richardson, Margaret" Dart, Anna
Hootl's Cared Me.
I have been troubled with the
strangest feeling in my head for three
years. I went to four different doc
tors, and none of them seemed to do
me any good, but after taking three
bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I feci
like myself airaiu, and I know it
cured me." Mrs. Nettie Herring.
Hood's pills cure biliousness, iudi
gesiion. Hard Cuxl Mtrket.
Hard coal is cheaper now than it
has been for many years, and this is
the best time to lay in your winter's
supply. Call on E. G. Frazer for
rock bottom cash prices. Telephone
Weak, Weary and Wtei
people may become strong, vigorous
and healthy by taking Foley's Sar
saparilla. a perfect blood purilicr. a
splendid tonic trial size, 50 cents.
Sold at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store.
and do it too in a way that he will like.
Every man that wears collars and cuffs
should know about the "CELLULOID "
Interlined. A linen collar or cuff cov
ered with waterproof "Cellcloiii."
They are the only Interlined Collars
and Cuffs made.
They are the top notch of comfort,
neatness and economy. -"jcy will go
through the day with j ju in good
shape, no matter how hot or how busy
you get. Yon can dean one yourself
in a minute, without dependence on
busy wives, unskillful hired girls or un
certain and distant laundries. Simply
wipe them off.
Every piece is marked as follows:
Yon must insist upon goods so marked
and take nothing chic if you expect
If your dealer should not have them,
vrc w ill send you a sample postpaid on
receipt of pnec. Collars 25c. each. Cuffs
50c. pair. Give size, and specify stand
up cr turncd-dowa collar as wanted.
THE CELLULOID COMPANY,
427-Otf Bread wmr, NEW YORK.
ED ROOM SUIT?
If so you can get one al W. S. Hol
brook's, 10J, 10J and 107 East Second
This week for $10.00.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 F.ast Second street
end unties how smooth, strong, and even it is. It's always the same from
beginning to end. Imperfections ere made impossible by the tnrst
perfect methods and the most scrupulous care. Ask your dealer for it.
St'n.l 'l -onts nrvl nPlvo-tK rtMMii of ttirpmd. anv color or mmihrr. tiwrrthrr w ith
- f tur irtMmtK lor your luucluiiv, naily wound, ami uu lutfrt-aciUK buuL um limn!
ati.l wwtiit; Fnc.
WILUMANT1C THREAD CO.,
Ertate of Calvin Truetxl ilc, deceased.
Tbe nndcrtlgned hitving been appointed exen
trix of the Url will an I t ntament of Cnivin
Tnirtdale, late of tin conn' y of Kock It-land, slotc
of Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice that she
will apuear before the comity court of Kock !iland
rounty. st the office rf the clerk of said court, in
the city of Kncx Island, at the Aupu-t term, on
the first Monditv lu Aticut, next, at which time
fill per-nn havfne claims siint aid estate are
notilli'd and rainerti d to attend, for the iurie
of having the same ad hinted.
All eimis indehied to said rstste are rcones
ted to ma:.e immcdiata !) mctit to the under
Dated tb's Wb day or Jnnc. A. P.. 195.
ClIAULOTfE M. TUIKSDALE, Exrcntiix.
Estate of ticorce W. Swiler. Deceased.
Tbe andepdtroed navtnc been appointed ad
mtaiKlrat'tr of the eMataof Ocnrge W. ttwi.er.
isle of the eoimiy of Hock I'Unl, Uu of
Illinois, dece-red, hereby rItc notice Uist h
will appear before the county court of Kock Island
count, at the office of lh clerk of said court, in
tbe city of Kock Islaud. al the orptemtwr term on
the first Monday in rlrptcnibernrxl. at which lin e
all persons bavins claims ava-nst naid estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All pernors Irdehted tossid estate are request
ed to make la mediate payment to the nnder
siimed. Dated tbli S-d day or Ja y, A. D. 1ABS.
T. II. THOMAS Administrator.
mm j. bus.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Kates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronape is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
Harper HotAc Block.
John Koch, Sr.,
Ajax Hi cycles.
RICYCI.ES MADE TO ORDEIk
A Bievcle repaired with
neatness and dispatch.
218 Market Square.
With poor thread, and notice how
many knots, kinks, and ravels there
arc to catch in tbe eye. Small in
themselves, anil yet latc enough
to cause no end of vexation. Use
CURES COUT, RHEUMATISM
To. ImonUI. fro, llichljr endorsed by doc
tors hefer to Hon. Henry Carae, ex-msjor of
Kock Inland. Write toil,?.
8W ANSON ItllKI M ATIC CUBE CO.
HIT IH-nrhorn M , Cblcsgn.
Sold in Rock Inland by T 111 aomas ana Mar
shall 4 Kithi-r.
Who does not want
her washing done in
the shortest time and
neatest way is hard
to find. Those who
Get the best results,
because it is made
from such materials
that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
ric and will save time
Follow them and you
will find you have
struck a Rood thing.
GEEAT BCCX ISLAND TAB SOAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and
removes grease, paint
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Maktira. Kock Inland.
Mrs. S. Smith,
180f Second Ave.
WuhM Ertrjthisg Fna 71a
Silk nandiwcMef tot ClreuTnt.
Tsiet Csrtalss Specialty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. M. PiKKER
Telephone No. 1214.