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THIS AIieUP VEPNEODAYi JUNG 23, 1897.
VAKO-xmPHTFrNT rilRL, FOR COOK
and Laundress. I KM feeoond avenue.
VA HTKT SITUATION nY COMPETENT
lirl to do ceaeral housework. CeU at
VANT15D-OOOD BOLICITOHS; EXPER
(rnee uUKRaujr. Apply C. F. lllack.
a Twentieth atreet.
V'ANTED-TO TRADE OR BELL A NO.
one too b'ltrnT. J. W. June, aeaond-
Lo.l (tore, I IK KKhieeQiU street.
yANTEO-aJ ACFNTS FOR HANDLING
r m 1 1 tii i j " mow ia VTvrjr House.
lUall'ie Bcforxi avenue between S a. m.
a. In Cf-lr Mr. Underbill.
Iff A KTFU LA DIKS TO TRY A RKMHDY
IT leatwill positively cure aU female dla-
inan Cure for t-L We ruirftBtM m. nnm
f mtDeV rrfmwled. For full particulars call
In Mra. Hainawejr.eoutbwest eoraer ot 1U
, and iu eve.
i ii ... - - -- ...... - r win a in tvmr
IT wtiooen furnish oo1 relereooe. This
a RlraVV PHtiUon to tbe ritfhlD&rtllnahnnl,.
ITl WT m T. A nv T-n wnDir am nj-tuw
l- envvinir. We furnlih work and teacb
)u rre!. Bira i eeni ror sample and In-
Aroei I'biladelphla. Pa.
T mnid w ate he, lewelrr. biiawin.
uslcal In'tranenM. bleyole. elothlnr, dry
feraiture. em. lliirheet eaek. nrlim
ltd for second hand irooda of all kinds also,
be above onda for nlau ialliivauni
lore miffea. All talnesa.tranaaationaetrinti
iuBl'detitlaL Bin new number and location.
luHsiwuHiiKeBt. wu iora;et Ik 4. TV .
AWTFID-AOENTS FOR 'QUEEN VIC-
rerflowioa wlie. latest and rletiest pictures,
ontelas tw. aednnwl blonrapayot ber ae)ee
i. wltb aiibentte history ot ber remarkable
iKD. aod full aooount of the lMamead JuU
e. Only II. SO. liltf book. Tremendous de-
eroent. Uredlt irtven. Freight paid. Outfit
ro. n rite uuiea tor outnt ana territory.
'hji rinniniAn nmnnu rAn. V osjl T v ., ...
JaTOR HrrXT A S-ROOlf OOTTASE, S9S7
. Utrtiih avenue.
liKR TlBifT A SIX ROOM HOUSE WITH
p nltj water aadlaKood repair. Inquire at
uOS Seveatb avenue.
. Haiti streot: flu nnr iminth. Aunl an K
I. SlaOord, Mason lo Temple block.
'iXR RKNT-BIX ROOM IIOUSB ON SIXTH
A. arenue near Twitntletb atreat. Annlv u
I. H. Stailord, Masonic Temple block.
LVm RF.NT FIYR ROOM FLATON T WEN-
IV nioatv. Annlf bl U if ktmTiiM MuJtnln
J10R S ALB-TWO HOTELS. GORDON
LOR RAL1C-A FINK HAMIILETONIAN
U mare: lad ran diira: alio nhaemn la
oot eoadllioa. Inoulre 115 Fourth avenue.
EfOR S A LK OR RENT A TIOCSR OF 10
. room at teio Third avenae; contains all
'nodera Iroproveirenta and la In good repair.
A pelf to K U. Fraier.
UlIK BAI.R-41BOCUV WA(iON ALMOST
I. B: also bnrnuKx. oil lantit. show eases
and soaias cheap if taken at once. Inquire at
4.1 Kleranlb street.
CHIB sta-TWO CHOIOI BCn.DINO
JC tnte la rlehnell adilltinn, one southeast
O'irner Twenty-seoond street and Ninth ave
cti t. the other sotitbeust oorrrr Tweatv-thlrd
street aod Ninth avenue. W10 sell on easy
trrtns and time to suit buyer. Address T. t.
Hs.plu. t North Main atreet. St. Louis, Ma
1 1" SINKS ft Til ANCE If CSTLINfS.PUftll
1 ' Ibk ynnntr man with two or three thou-
a dollars wtshe to take aotlve part In
.e uve misinaw in tnree eiuen. w nat nave
to voert Addreea W., lk 13, Huok
Notice to Stockholders;
Talk stork holders of the Home. Balltllss and
P Loan vinelatlnn. of Kotk Island: Notice la
B'relrr f ivan that the anaual meeting of ra'd
s-ivinsaars win ne neia Tnnrmay, jnaest,
1PW7. st s e'clork p. m. at lbs office oftbescera
tsry of said aesociatlon.
Hsssv Cams, President.
R. A. DottALDeolt, Becrelarr.
GET TUX BEST
AU Work Oaaraatawd.
HOI THIRD AVBNUI
In the way
HIGH GRADE LADIES' COLORED SHOES
We are selling now at less than ordinary prices, made by the very best
Rochester manufacturer, that know how to make shoes that will fit.
For THREE DAYS,
We will sell any LADIES' COLORED SHOES in the store for $2.40 a
p sir. This Includes Hand-Turn. Hand-Welt and the latest shade of Green
or Chocolate. YOURS FOR STRAIGHTFORWARD BUSINESS,
Hand-Turn Oxfords $1.21: a
$1.50. Flnt-class workmanship and
noes that will FIT.
MADE 1ERIT iMARKS
School Pupils Whose Records
TEE ACTUAL BOLL OP H0I01.
The List by Ball discs of Those Who Have
UlaUncolalMd Themselves by Begolai
Attendance aod Punctuality Unilnf; the
Year. . '
Tito roll of Lonor of the Bock Isl
and public schools containing the
Dames of those pupils, who through
regular attendance ar.d pnnatoalitj
hava woa the recognition of merit
dutiog the year, has been completed
by Bnpt. Young from the records
submitted to him from the various
The record of pupils by buildings
No. I WT, 9D.B77
No.S Si l9l
No. 4 4.7 W.Wrt
No. 5 hva wirs
No. fe ll
No. 7 I.I6 MVn7
No. K 9S.I3 Vtf.WWi
No. 9 MO -
Uih school V5.M v.7ii0
The followiDjj table shows the at
tendance and punctuality ef the sev
Uelldlag Ne. 1.
Grade 2, M. . Luekey, Teaohar
John Ackeraoan, Willie Hull, Edith
Oiteraian, Ester Swaason, Flossie
Grade 3, Stella Johason, Teaohar
Hugh Brennan, llinnie Toeanigss,
afarj sloller, Maria Larson, llabel
Grade 4. Mary Pratt, Teacher El
len Rosene, Walter Oberj, Lee
Grades 4 and t. Lacy Helen Coyne,
Teacher Frank Gregg, Charles 8e
len. Grack Fowler, Hsby Sugden,
Grade 6, Miss Jessie Frlck, Teach
er Harrey Saadgren, Ethel Cam
eran. Faith Channon, Harry Temp
Grade 7, II. E. Henderson. Teach
er Myrtle Cameron, Lncy Ittner,
Anna Oberr. Emma Johnson, Martha
Roehow, 2 years; Nettie Freeman, S
years; Willie Beck, Josie Grotcgut,
Grade 7 aad 8. M. E. Entriken,
Teacher Jessie Wood, Stella Mat
cher, Lydia Moller, Elsie Koehler.
Grade 8, L. C. Daugherty, Teacher
Florence Deapsey, Ellen Dee,
Clara Fowler, Mamie Hastings,
Blanohe Gregg. .
rtaUdtas Ne. 9.
Grade 1, Harriet Jenkins, Teacher
Elmer Hansen, Fred Sckmale,
Grade 1, Margaret Bepiae, Teach
er HarTey Gregg.
Grade 3, A. V. Cooke, Teaeher
Gertrude Briggs, Mabel Cahal, Annie
Hermann, Edna Banson.
Grade 3, Baadellne Requa, Teach
er Hattie Pratt, Lottie Sngden,
John Stroehle, two years; O. Paml
son, Julian Lamp, Walter Gretegat,
BaUdlna Ne. 4.
Grade 1. Emma Churchill, Teacher
Grade 1. Emelle De Santo, Teacher
Grade 2, Anna T. Bromley, Teaeher
Uiive crown, ueerge enmpke,
Henry Horst. Frank Wilson.
Grade 3, Ellen S. Freed, Teacher
Tillie Fleener, Julia Simmons.
Grade 3, Annie Montgomery,
Teacher Jessie Ryder, Florence
Sehnclder, Carl Mueller.
Grade 4, Miss Muse, Teacher
Grade 4, L. M. Copp, Teacher
Arthur Harms, Elsie bohocker, Hat-
Grade 6. Isabelle M. Doonan,
Teacher Esther Cameron, Edna
Carl, Anna Carlson, Roscoe Morton,
Grade 5, Emma Roderick. Teacher
Anna Horst, Gertrude King, Lily
Grade 6, Mary L. Carter, Teaeher
uscar uruweuer. wuue tmemmei.
Grade 6, Anna M. Johnson, Teaeh
er Abbie Hillier. LUlie Juage. Mil
lie Ehleb, Minnie Dressen, Eddie
Hewoomb, Floyd Norton, Arde
Mitchell, Anton Horst, Cersten
Franok, Elmer Cameron.
Grade 7, M. J. Wilson, Teaeher
Emll Hansen, Henry Lembnrg, Panl
of Materials, Workmanship,
Look than the
Mueller. Edward Babe, Clara Schind
ler, Sophia Trefz. - -
maae 7, b. M. Wilhams. Teacher
Era Stocker. . ? ; ,
Grade 8, M. Piatt. Teacher Frank
Brnner, Harriet Kin?. Anna C.
Grade 8. Lou J. Philp. Teacher
Rey Barnhart, Charlie tSnTder. Leu-
ell a Stoddard. Mintie Tiedemann.
Grade 8. Idessa Wakefield, Teaeher
Edna BlaisdelL Ida Fitzsimmons,
Ben Judd Mitehell, William Sehnitzer
BaUdioa No. 5.
Grade 1, Miss Martin, Teacher
Grades. Natalie Thompson, Teach
er Nellie Cary, Alice Lege, Alma
Thielke, John Eatler, John Mc-
Grade 3. Marie Schindler, Teacher
Selma Horn, Bessie Johnson, Wil
Grade 4. Frances Oswald, Teacher
uraded, Uora Iv. .Newton, Teacher
Hattie Larkin, Grace Cary, Ray
Grade 6, Lucy A. Tayor, Teacher
Grade 7. Sarah Johnston, Teacher
AtuUdlnc No. 6.
Grade 1, Lottie Kenworthy, Teach
er Lillle Engman. Edna Devoe, Ed
na Kimbal, Ken ben Cronhelm, Ste-
phen Butler, Carl Thede, Elsie Hand
shaw, Charlotte Flckenscher, Walter
Andersen, Arthnr Stanbaek.
Grade 2, Elizabeth Stelck. Teaoher
Willie Mnenster. Walter Wise,
Harry Falmer, Ida Nelsea, Margaret
Bertelsen, Carrie Blener.
Grade S, Lnella Huthaaker.
Teaeher Bernice Wagner, Nannie
Mitchem, Ida Batler, Graea Hudson,
John Stanbaek, George Poole, Eddie
McK.ee, Elbert Falmer.
Grade 4, Kate Brennan, Teaeher
Fred Luokenblhl. Ella Horst, Frank
Ehlers, Hago Rath, Annie Lidders.
Grade 5, Anna Bennett, Teaeher
Fred Margraph, Herman Maiwald,
Louis Reddig, George KickelL Alma
fitzel, Gertie Siemon.
Grade 6, Nora Witherspoon, Teach
er Jaeeb Oblireiler, Maloelm Fry,
Mabel Hanshaw, Addie Miller,
Maude Ezaer, Ella W ichman.
Grade 7, Annie Kirkpatrick, Teach
er Jennie Cronholm. Ada fiiesen
roth. Alma Evers, Rose Hanshaw,
Alma Kann, Ella Lnckenbihl, Otte
Mnenster, Harry Ohlweiler,. Willie
UaUdlng No. 7.
Grade 1, Miss Brindle, Teaeher
Grade 2, Miss Murphy, teacher
Lydia Gilsdorf, Tillie Nyqmist, Ber
Grade 3, Miss Fnlsiager, Teaeher
Ida Njquist. Roy Wondt.
Grade 4, Miss Diokmaa, Teacher
Emma Hedeen. Idith Griffiths. An
nie Stader, Gertrude Henke, Biehard
Grade . Miss Fltzpatriek, Teacher
Maurice Rains, Emma Moody
Grade 7, Mrs. Lund v. Teacher
Emily Rosenquiei, Ada Hill, Edna
Grade 8, Miss Hill, Teacher Alice
Davis, Alpha 3obb, Maurioe Me-
uoiidior He. 9.
Grade 1, Bertha hi. Bowman,
Teacher Frank Niekell, Charles Pe
Grade 1. Dora Hartz, Teacher
Arthur Etzel, Loaie Manuel, Panl
Shnbert, Archie Postal, Sophie Krie-
rer, ttta JNiczeii, uertrnae stzel.
Grades 2 and 3, May D. Walker,
Teacher John Heidemann, three
years; Walter Kolloff, four years;
Rose Krueger, three years; Laura
Manuel, two years; Augusta, Sohroe
der. Grade 4, Mlna G. Bewen, Teaoher
Fred Ittner, Emll Seldel. three
years; Ida Albery. two years; Helen
Krueger, two years; Mary Kaskad-
uen. Myrtle Liggett.
Aliee Breea, Agues Breen, ' Her
bert UhurchUi, W Hitman Dart,
Gertrude Don, ' Leona Fieken,
Sasanna Gordon, Frances Head,
Fred Keator, Lee Larkin, Graoe
Lewis, Baena Marshall. Emily
alerts, Aagnsia Moeiier, Laura Kea
dington, MiUy Sauermaa, Anna Sieg-
hartner, Rosa Stewart, Winnie
Tengea. Con Teenlges. Fay Warren,
uraee Wright. Maa Wyaee.
AS QUINCY QUEERS THEM.
Oem City's Afethoel at DMpoelnc at the
The city of Quincy ' has adopted an
effective method of disposing of the
tramp evil, through the medium of
nothing less than the good old fash
ioned stone pile. As soon as the
wayfarer ef uncertain destiny or
without visible means of support
lands in Quiney he is told to con
tinue his journey with: ut regard to
whence er whither. If L.a persists in
tarrying he Is taken to police head
quarters, tried as s vagrant, and if
uonTlcted is put en the stone pile
long enough to see how he likes it
and then tell he has not seen half as
mneh of Quincy aa he will next time
he comes. He is only toe glad to
shake the dnst of the town and there
is no danger ot his ever going there
any more. Rock Island might possi
bly profit by Qaincy's example.
People down town are complaining
considerably of the tramp nuisance
jnst now. He should be given an
unpleasant impression of the city,
and until such time as the city
makes provision for his laborious en
tertainment, the Weary Willie might
be attached to a ball and chain and
required to ait aa the levee for a
JOTTINGS FROM WOSLIN.
esatral Iaferaalloa ef Interest Vraa
- the CBe Ead of the Owaaty.
Joslin, June 23. Charles Wake is
erecting a new residence npen his
Mrs. Omar Karr has bee a quite
sick, bat at this writing is some
The appearanoe of the Woodman hall
has been muoh improved by a fiaish-
iag coat ex paint.
I be beat ana moisture we recently
have been having is causing eorn and
all vegetation to grow rapidly.
j. iv. urompton, Jr., ene mile west
01 dosun, - Has both wild hay aad
timothy for sale, which has been
well kept in the barn.
Clyde Wake, son ot G. C. Wake,
teok the train at Jeslin for the par
pose ef attending the marriage of his
cousin, who resides in Storey connty,
Pearsall and Wilson shipped two
car loads of cattle from Joslin Satur
day last. The cattle were bought
from G. C. Wake and Charles
The Colorado beetle la glviar the
farmers of this locality a vast amount
or trouble, we hear or one field en
tirely taken. Paris Green is being
sprinkled upon the vines.
John u. bwank snipped a ear load
of hogs frm Joslin Thursday last
ir wnioh ha raid 13 mer bun
died weight. He werked three days
faithfully to buy the hogs, aad after
paying all expenses he had left to his
credit us-io. jean says if no was
baying new he wonld only pay $2. 9 a.
we are told that toe goTerameot
has been lending its assistance to
asoertain if gold can be made arti
fioially. It anyone should succeed
in making gold in the laboratory, to
tnat it would become as oaeap as
dirt, wouldn't the creditor class then
set np a howl? And wouldn't we
all then be apt to see the beauties of
w e called in at the tv creamery
at nose mil ana louna eery thing in
apple pie erder, and working satis
factorily, with the exception of the
machine which prevents the farmers
taking toe micb mils;, some one of
the patrons feeling like the boy who
eut open the bellows, to see where
the wind came from, had been tink
ering with the machine, in order to
hnd out the why and wherefore,
which had interfered with its work
ing just right. New if Edison or
some other genius will invent a eoa
trlTanee whieh prevents all persons
taking more than belong to them, he
wiu snreiy earn a monnment.
If a woman is in good health there
is ne more beautiful employment
than housework. Generally speak
ing, there is no happier woman ia
tne vona. But now different when
every breath is pain, every step tor
ture i a ae state oi neaitn, in nine
oases out of ten comes from derange
ments of the delicate, feminine or
gans ef generation. The family doo-
ot inquires nrsi concerning these.
He most usually insists upon aa
"examination." From this the mod
est woman naturally shrinks. She
is right, except la very unusual
cases ef "female weakness" examina
tions are unnecessary. Dr. Pierce's
avorite Prescription is a simple,
natural remedy for these ills. It
euro safely, permanently.
sena zi i-cent stamps to coyer
cost ot mailing only, and receive a
iree eopy oi vt. fieree's Medical Ad.
visen Addresa World's Dispensary
Medieal Association. Bnf alo, V. T.
at aael aaauhe Sob Ufa
If yon want to quit tobaoce using
easily and forever, be made well,
strong, magnetic, full of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bso, tbe wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain ten pounds In ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy Ho-To-Bae
from your own drnggist. who will
guarantee a cure. Booklets aad sam
ples mailed free. Addrea Sterling
Eemedy company, Chicago or New
sora. . -.
Beaver Dam, O., Ang. 27, 1895.
Mr daughter, after bc-ina, tnaatad
by four doctors, aad being given np
for lost, a neighbor recommended
Foley's Kidney Cure. Today she is
a me to waia several miles without
fatigue. I feel we wonld have lost
her if it was sot for your medicine.
Bespeotfully, Mss. J. M. Bah-it.
Sold bv M. F. Bahnaen anri T. H.
MOLINE'S MORNING FIRE.
Small Waaa la the Aaditevtaaa Which Was
Fire broke ont in a little room
under the stairway leading to the
auditorium proper in the Molina au
ditorium this mornipg, where was
stored a quantity cf rubbish and la
whieh the flames started from
spontaneous combustion. The fire
department did efficient work ia
preventing the spread of the
fire, ' bnt considerable damage was
done by smoke and water. . While
all tbe t;nemeats received considera
ble of a ssare. the only one who suf
fered was Perry Merry man, whe oc
cupies a flat adjoining the stairway,
and whose kitchen was scorched
somewhat. Tbe stairway is situated
directly over the Merryman lanndry,
and hot air is continually circulat
ing through the hall, and this may
nave added to tne causes or combus
tion. The building is owned by C.
F. Hemenway. whose loss is $200.
The property is Insured.
IN WESTERN NEW YORK
The Brala War here Stake a Bleeevary. '
la Xoehester, N. T., there IS
rather a peculiar condition ef things
in the grocery business. W. .
Woedbury has a string ot fiae gro
cery stores looated ia all parts ot the
city. As a resell, he bays goads ia
very large quantities. Mr. Woed
bary took quite a faney te Pestam
Cereal, the grain coCee. and being a
large Importer ef regular coffee. Els
opinion wonld seem to carry some
weight. He Introduced Postum te
his customers, many of whom are
enable te use common -berry coffee,
owing to their inability te digest it.
The result ef the Introduction was a
phenomenal trade, and developed
the faot that almost half the people,
of what might be termed the intel
lectual or brain workers, are kept
from the nse ef coffee beeaase of
their iaability te digest it. and nei
ther tea nor chocolate seems to fill
the want. One hundred and ninety
three cases (a ease containing from
ene t? tour dozen paokages) were de
manded for the trade In Postum,
daring a period ef 25 days in which
the shipments were kept track of.
There is but one -genuine original
Pestnm Cereal ceCee, with a m alti
tude of imitation! offered at "jast as
TM-SJIty Kin latere' River Bide.
The Tri-City Ministerial Union will
meet next Monday. It was agreed
agreed at tbe last meeting this one
should be held on board a boat, and
that the mlaisters and their wives
benld spend tbe day together en the
river. Accordingly arrangements
have been made with Capt. Streck
tas. ot the City of Winona, for the
party to go with that boat on its trip
te Clinton and back that day. The
City of Wineaa will leave Bock Isl
and at 7:10 a. m. and return at 6:40
p. m. Tbe regular program will be
given. Sev. 11. C. Marshall has
charge of tbe arrangements.
laisottaat to All.
Prof. Peters, occult scientist, has
just arrived. He can tell you how
to influence persons both near and at
a distance to do as yon desire them
te do, and how to control those job
love. He also imparts health and
strength by an ocult process, giv
ing perfect health, long life and a
wonoenui neantinar. Iou ean live
long and keep young. See him at
his parlors, 1904' Third avenue.
naif priees this week.
Augustas C. Crossman and Miss
Catharine Groessle, both of Morrison,
111., were married yesterday by Jus
tice Hawes, the ceremony being per
formed at his offlee.
William W. Hovey, ot Keokuk.
and Mrs. Naomi J. M awkias, of Mo-
line, were married by J as tie
8ehroeder at bis effiea yesterday.
A Talaahia rraeertpgoa.
Editor Morrison, of the Worthing-
ton, Ind., Sun, writes: "Yon hava a
valuable prescription in Eleotrie
Bitters, and I can cheerfully recom
mend it far constipation and sick
headache, and as a general system
tonie it has no equal." Mrs. Annie
Stehle, 125 Cottage Grove avenne.
Chicago, waa all run down, eenld
not eat nor digest food, had a back
ache which diver Ueft her and felt
tired and weary, bat six bottles of
Eleetrie Bitters restored her health
and renewed her strength. Price 50
cents aad II. Got a bottle at Harts
& Ullemeyer's drug store.
The regular looal packets were la
The Ravenna brought dawn eight
strings of legs.
The Lafayette Lamb name down
with eight strings of lumber.
The stage of water at the Book Isl
and bridge was stationary at 6.10 at
noon; the temperature 84.
Brooklyn, N. T., Dee. 19. 1896.
Messrs. Ely Bros.: I have need
Ely's Cream Balm a number of yeara
aad find It works Ilka a charm. It
haa eared me ef the most obstiaate
oases ef celd ia the head in less that
43 hoars from the time I felt the
eeld eomiag on. I would Bet be
without It. Kespeetfally yoars,
333 Hart St. Fuse kick Faiaa.
Cream Balm Is kept by all drug
gists. Foil sine 60 cents. Trial else
10 oents. W mall it.
56 Warren street. New York City.
Cascareta stimulate Liver, kidneys
and bowaLa Never alflfcen, waalran
20c7p7tOFF - fVtMr i20cSVQFF
THIS WEEK. I laua Va VsT IV THIS WIEK.
Us over before you buy.
' We will' sell you
ALL THIS WEEK.
7. S. II0LBR00K,
105-107 E SX 8t., DAVENPORT
Shoes for Summer
Are to be had in ill styles at Wright
Fine Fitting, Wear Resisting
Stylish goods that never fall to please
are our leaders. Prices always as low
as our competitors for like valves In
Will dive You
OR A ScnO. mnfcuninfr &?iU&JUX
20 yards of the best sew
in? silk with every small size
cake White Cloud Floating
Soap. The cost of this spoon
and sdooI of silk comes out nf
our pocket entirely it's
ing, we wuu yuu to gci acquainted wnn ine wniiesi
floating soap on the market. If your grocer can not
supply you, send us his address.
MSSC 0NLT BY JAG. d. KlRK & CO., CHICM0.
THE LARGEST SOAP MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD. ESTABLISHED IS3.
Five Per Cent Paid on Deposlta.
MoneYelrfttavad on Peraoaal CUateraI or Real Estate Security.
J BT Befert, FreelSeat
. eoa (TaoeagB, vies I
Baste ass Jaw ff, taje, a
a. est. MHcaell a t4aee asw
JOKM tt. rAaUDOB.
p-aniDcu a ecu
Furniture at cost.
riririririrtri re rarer ra r i
i!fi every large
else cake ef
one of our ways of advertis
II Setts for fait
Our stock of wall paper doesn't
reanlre much talk, sxovtded you
see it. ThUadvertlasnMatMaaafe
to get yon to come around and look
than to prove tbe eneelleaes aad
price of onr petrous, which Ispeak
tor themselves." Cut priees now
an all wall papera,
ttx W:'J Pt;:r Ci.
110, 111. S14 TweatleU SU
Incorporated Under the
H S CaKVa,
Bxnar a. r,
laSatA ftaa. f4aa uWi..Vr.Vlt C.l W f (I
Taowat, dnggtata. -
! or grip; 10 cent. . ,
C!9 419 STtstttSv erect.