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THE AltOPP. TUEBPAT. APGTTBT 17. 1S07.
Don't Go to Alaska
All Grocers Sell It.
MADE ONLY BY
THE N.K.FAIRBANK COMPANY,
t'UcHi-a BU Louis. New York. Boston. Philadelphia.
f ANTED KITCHEN GIRL AT THE
J ANTFTl-riOAKDEnS AND ROOMERS
at i Third avenue; privilege of batb.
WANTED A OIKL FOB GENERAL
bouse work. Mutt be competent cnoic
Lesve address ilireeted to "U. W.,"thl! office.
WANT ETWKX1D8 TO 9TORE IN CHEAP,
clean and liirht storage rooms with ele
vator at Ib3 Second avenue. Johnny Jones.
VTANTEI-LADY OR GENTLEMAN FOR
"'neral traveling ponitlun for whole
sale and manufacturing llrm: 0 to IJO per
week and expenves. AI f I Hi per day for
onler department. fSt Sixteenth street, Rock
Island. J. W. YoweU.
WANTED rlflAT. AND SPEOIAL
acents for the American Union Life In
auranoe unmpanv of New York. Liberal oon
traoia made with men who can write lDsur
anue. Ihir pwllolea up to-date arid attractive,
t or full particular address Charlet S. Clark,
rneerel minaner. Northwestern departmeat,
in II Flatter hulldlnk, Chloaijo, 111.
"1T ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
vv mnnda, watobes. Jewelry, hardware,
tnaVoal Instruments, blryclea. olothinir, dry
roo:la, furniture, ete. llltrheat .cash prtoea
paid for second hand (rood of ail kinds also.
The above good for sale at half the usual
Store prices. A U baslness transactions strictly
confidential. His ne number and location.
It!l Second Avenue. Don't forget la. J. W.
TfOH KENT a-IUViM COTTAOB irrio
-- KlHlith-and a-half avenue. Ktuiuire next
IfOfl RENT A FURNISHED BRICK RES
Idenae, elirht Urge rooms: rent reasona
ble. Apply at Filth avenue.
I4X)R RENT-FOUR ROOM FLA TON TWEN
. tleth street: 110 nr month. Apply to E.
11. Stafford, Maaoulo Temple block.
IJOK RENT-FIVE ROOM FLATON TWEN
tloth street: modern improvements; IJS
permontv. AppljtoK.il. Btaflord, Masonic
"LX)R RENT A NICE FLAT: STEAM
-s- heat and uas stove: suitable for liKht
housekeeping, In Industrial home building.
Apply to T. 11. Thomas.
tiXlR SALE TWO HOTELS.
1 How man.
IOST-A ItLACK GRIP CONTAINING
4 Meter s habit, between C, H. & y. depot
and Davenport, Return to this oliice and be
I OST-A DARK RED WALLET CONTAIN-
In a V bill and some valuable papers.
Kinder please return wallet and papers to
Itetily Hrua. and keep the money.
FOR SALE OR RENT A HOUSE OF 10
rooms at Vi0 Third avenue; contains all
modern Improvements and la In good repair
Apply to KU.Frazer.
FOR SALE OR FXCHANOE A GOOD
pavlnir bakery business at MOV Third ave
nue. Owner wlbes to envave in other busi
ness. Will take real estate in exohouge. Call
at above number for particulars.
riT'H rftCAM BALM la m positive euro.
Apply Into the nostrils. It Is qalekly absorbed. M
eents at Unwrtat or by nail ; samples lOr. by mail.
KLY liliOTUMtS, as V sma bu, Mew York City.
JlJora sad A tut l'fi&,
ww dnrr.ffT. Will fcrsf v n iD ,..
M with s WKITTLS CliUA: TtS IsCar N.-cu.
s'vv iiT. i.,wf or jvsu&i rviTf r la fdwrsi, avnia: tx
wj Kmiu ini fro a ny cistv. If sa.ct.d, tu-h
t0ui i'im c'UraaiX.c r Uimiii, $ aMrl .i
T siati, t b.ui f, r CS. T7.:b .rj n.am,ic
SwritTrj, e m-arl Ia sr r rvfird tu oi.ivt. ij.
For sal by i, J. Reisa, druggist. Rock Island
A 1W-WA I tiniilfil f IV
IBSQLETELY GUiR ATTflED
i j , . . u 3afla tve. aever
a s sT RLrS EEK?
STATISTICS OF SCHOOLS.
IntereatlBK l)at from Hopt. MeReevvr a
County Sapt. of Schools E. B. Mc
Keever hs completed bi knonal
report, and the time baa been for
warded to State Supt. U. M. Inglis.
It sbowg that in the county there is
a total of 15,025 children of school
age, between the ages of 6 and 21, of
which number 7,681 are males and
7,444 females. These totals show again
of 335 over last year's enumeration.
Of these children there are 10,559
enrolled in the schools, 6,342 males
and 5,227 females. In 1896 there
were bat 9,928 pupils enrolled.
These children are taught by 301
teachers, of whom 5G are male and
246 female instructors. The average
monthly wages paid thi year were
$69.67 to the males and 143.99 to fe
males. As a comparison the following
shows the average wages since I860:
In 18G0 the males received $29.24 and
the females $15.45. In 1870 the
compensation was $00.80 for males
and $11.40 for females. In 1880
17.49 was paid male teachers and
$37.83 females. In 1890H was $65.12
for males and $41 93 for females.
'here are now 122 schools, 90 of
which are ungraded and 32 graded.
In these, daring the last year,
school was in session a total of 978)
months. The estimate value of the
gercgate property is $891,435.
Many of the school have adopted
the state course of reading for pu
pils, and have established libraries.
During the year 623 volumes have
been purchased, mostly with money
earned at entertainments given by
tio pupils. Beside these, $531.12
has been expended for books. School
libraries now contain 5,184 volumes.
Mr. McKeever reports that the svs-
toru of teachers' meetings has been
Think This Over
Before deciding upon which school
to attend next winter. If you at
tond Augustana Business college yon
are entitled to any study in the col
lege, preparatory or normal depart.
ment without extra charge. Sup
pose you wish to study German, his
tory, natural science, mathematics or
drawing; it won't cost you anything
extra. If you attend Augustana Bus
iness college you are in tact attend
ing college. You have free acoM to
any of the societies, to the library, to
the museum, and to the gymnasium.
You come in contact with upward of
500 students from all over the United
States. When you graduate yon
become a member of the Alumni as.
sociation of a large and powerful in
stitution. Compared with any in
stitution west of Chicago, of equal
standing, yon will find the terms of
the college among the most reason
able. Circulars free. Address Dr.
U. Oltson, Augustana college, Bock
Buokieu'a Arnica paive.
The beet Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruisos, Seres, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Files, or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refnnded. Price 25 cents per
- . .
dox. cor saie Dy nanz m uuemeyer.
Kzenriloo to ladlauiapolui
via the Burlington. C. B. & U rati.
road, on account of the Y. P. C. II
convention. Chair car with Bock
Island party leaves Rock Island at 7
o'clock a. m.. An?. 18. and at Mon
mouth is attached to a special train
irom Burlington, running through
via Peoria and the Big Four. Fare
for round trip, $8.90. Tickets good
returning until Sept. 12, and will
alrfo be accented on regular trains.
A good party has already been se
cured, ror iniormation apply to M.
D. Mack, D. P. A. or M. J. Young,
local agent. -
Every day symptoms of digestive
disorders, acid stomach, distress
after eating, burning at pit of stom
ach, dull, heavv feeling RnriWk-
Bloo 1 Bitters never falls to correct
my troubles of tbia sort. For sale
Dy Marshall & Fisher.
-.. crwt, th. uJiJui
ps er arux. bat earn easy altars! results. XaaTX
wrg CsZ "cTiSti lTr
V aT aafa- m. m .at m
THE BOAT BUSIHESS,
Jo Line Officials Talk of the
Present Season and
DULL TIMES AND THE EFFECT.
Psjaeasiger TravI la Fair, Bat Hot Wbat
It Shstfjll Be, B.BO) Tiiere to Cos
aldrrsbls Fralctit Movlnc by River
Oood Stem of tbs Water up ta How
Some at the Oaarana.
The beautiful flagship. Qalncv. of
the Diamond Jo line, came down this
morning and remained between here
and Davenport until noon. She had
a fine passenger list, and owing to
the time spent at this port, many of
me loansis seized tne opportunity
to visit the Tower, Rock Island arse
Aboard the boat was J. Morton, of
Dubuque, president of the Diamond
Jo company and practical owner of
tne line. While waiting for a carriage
for a drive on the island with his
family, Mr. Morton chatted with an
Abgls representative of river busi
ness, mo present season, he said.
had been altogether one of the most
satisfactory for steamboats in recent
years. While business was not as a
whole what it should be, there
had been a good stage of water
and this had enabled the boats to
run on sohedule time, and thereby
to demonstrate that with conditions
equal to the requirements of naviga
tion steamboat transportation was as
reliable as by land, and much more
economical. "Then, too." said Mr.
Morton, "not all the people of this
country are so Imbued with the idea
of land travel that they can not af
ford to take a river ride once in a
while. There is one thin? about the
steamboat It is so fascinating and
enjoyable that when a person takes
a trip he is euro he wants another
one, and each time he repeats the ex
perience, ne Decomes more charmed
with it. There is something so rest
ful of such wholesome comfort about
a boat ride that when we hava the
water we are sure to have a certain
class of business at any rate."
The Captain's Views.
Capt. John Killeen, the veteran
steamboatman and superintendent of
the Jo Line, said that the dnll times
had been felt in the passenger list
"We are having a fair freight busi
ness, but not what we are capable of
doing or should do, and the effect cf
the times is shown at St. Louis,
which is the starting point of all our
business. There are certain people
who make a trip or two every sea
son, but there are many who come to
us down there and say tbat while
they would like to take the usual
ride, they have other use for their
money this year, and are cattine
down on the luxuries. Still we can
not say that bubiness has not shown
a steady improvement, and up to the
present time we nave bad a good
stage of water, but it is d. clining
now and may cause ns some incon
venience if it continues to do bo."
The Saturn came down with 16
strings of lumber.
The F. C. A. Denkmann came down
with 24 strings of logs.
The R. J. Wheeler, Volunteer. Cy
clone and Tenbroeck came down with
16 strings of logs each.
The stage of the water at 6 a
m. was C.20; at noon it was 6.15; the
temperature at the Rock Island
The Winona, Zalus Davis, R. D
Kendall, Sattelite, Jo Long and Hen
nepin oame down, and the Verne
swain and Jo Long went north.
Why is it that one man is old and
decrepid at 45, and another hale and
hearty at 80? It depends on the care
he takes of himself. Often a man's
body gets out of repair the trouble
grows until It lays'him out in bed.
Whenever a man feels that he is not
as well as he ought to be, whenever
he is listless, without enerzv and
without vitality, whenever he finds
that he is losing weight and that his
ordinary work gives him undue
fatigue, he needs Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. If he keepB on
working with his liver inactive and
his blood impure he keeps his
nerves and his body under a con.
stant nervous strain. He will not
be hearty when he Is old. The ' Gol
den Medical Discovery" cures many
so-called diseases because nearly all
illness springs from the same thin?
bad digestion and consequent im
pure oiooa. xne "Discovery" makes
the appetite good, the digestion
strong, assimilation easy, and the
oiooa ricn ana pure.
A Haaaafeola H Ity.
Casoarets Candy Cathartic the
most wonderful medical discovery of
me age, pieasani ana rerresning to
the taste, act eently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel colds, cure headache.
fever, habitual oonstlpation and bil
iousness. Please bny and try a box
of C. C. C. today; 10. 25, 60 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
To Cobm captives.
As an honest remedy, Foley's
Honey and Tar does not hold ont
false hopes in advanced stages, bnt
truthfully claims to give comfort and
relief in the very worst cases, and in
the early stages to effect a cure.
4old by M. F. Bahnsea and T. H.
Just try a 10 eent box ol Casoarets,
the finest liver and bewel regulator
BEHRENS - BENDT CASE.
Prelraataary HsarUa aaa tie Charge af
The preliminary trial of Mrs. Clans
Behrens and Henry Bendt, the latter
of South Rock Island, charted with
the murder of Clans Behrens. was
begun in Davenport this morning.
The case was called before Police
Magistrate Hubbell, but a change of
venae was taken to Justice Altaian,
and there the crowd present was to
great adjournment was taken to the
oonrt room. Dr. De Armand was
the first witness for the prosecution.
The hearing ia likely to last several
The Davenport Leader says: "In
conversation with one of the attor
neys for the defense, that attorney
told the reporter of the Leader that
the case promised to go down in his
tory as one of the most famous mur
der cases on record. Asked if it had
any analogy with some famous case
in the past, he refused to say, stat
ing that it might reveal the plan
of the defense. He said, however.
that ttrere would be a hard fight
made by the defense at the prelimin
ary hearing, and that if it ever went
to the district conrt it would be a
hotly contested case. No new de
velopments have been made public,
and both Bides are keeping very quiet
on the subject. It is known tbat the
defense secured part of the oontents
of Behrens' stomach, but they refuse
to tell who examined it or what the
result of the analysis has been. Mrs.
Behrens, it is learned, has many rela
tives in this country. Her mother
and several brothers and sisters are
supposed to be living at Alton. 111..
another brother at Tuscula. 111., two
sisters 'at Dennison, Iowa, and a
brother some where in Nebraska.
Her maiden name was Jess."
To Hoale I loose of J ohm. Hoyt, the Flo-
Beer, la Dasaaperb
A commercial eatRhlinhmpnt nf 37
years' standing may be considered,
indeed, a pioneer. Such is the music
bobbb oi jonn noyi. Mr. tioyt la a
hustler, has manv friends and Wa
a good business. His straightforward
uvuuub UlUUlUg UUB1UQOS UIIU U1IU
the confidence of his customers, and
he adds new ones all the time. This
is an old established and most relia
ble business house, which is here to
Stay. Beware of thnfln advnntnmra
who are on the fly, skipping from
piaoe to piace, ana not deserving
your Datronara. When vnrj mtrnn.
1 O J w
ize an old reliable merchant you take
no c nances, it is nis endeavor not
only to secure your money, but to
do you such services as will satisfy
. , . . ... . -
vuu, mat custom win do permanent.
Mr. Hovt is found at his store everv
day. He stays there and expects to
make every promise good. He is re
name ana deserves yonr preierence
to those who are on It fnr vnnr
money, with no eye to the future.
a I . i . . . .
oiiuu sue m ana protect your interest
by dealing with those who are pio
neers in the trade.
Mr. Hoyt carries a complete and
selected stock of pianos, organs and
all kinds of muiaal instrumental
also the latest inventions in phonog-
rapny ana masio Daxes, ana every
thing at prices to suit the times.
Iojoriea Prove Fatal.
Charles W. Hinkley, who oa July
1 had his skull fractured ty a kick
from a horse, died at 8:20 last night
at the home of his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Georcre Shaffer. 4218
Fifth avenue. The deceased was a
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinkley,
and was aged 9 years and 11 months.
The funeral will be held at 2 p. m
tomorrow from the residence.
Jost as a Vint.
"John," she said tboucbtfallr, "lo-
morrow is the birthday of tbat little
Jones boy next door. "
"What of it?" he demanded.
"Ob, nothing much," she replied,
"only I happened to recall that JJr.
Jones gave our Willie a drum ou Lis
"Well, do yon think I feel under any
obligations to him for that?" he asked
irritably. "If you do, yon are mistak
en. If I owe him anything, it's a
"Of ronrie " she answered svreetlv.
"That's why 1 thought that perhaps
you might want to givetho Jones bey a
big bras trnmrct. "
"The most resourceful woman in the
world!" he exclaimed delightedly, and
the .Tones boy got the trumpet. Chi
The Turkey Btuzard.
Some one has taken tho trouble to
search out an attribute of beauty in the
common and repulsive, looking bird
known as .the turkey buzzard. His
flight is said to be the perfection of
aerial navigation, and the manner in
which he floats upon the still, soft air
of the southern climes is a dream of
grace and loveliness. But when ho
alights, poetry taVe3 its flight, and the
marvelous soarer is found to be the
homeliest and most unattractivo of
birds. His tastes are low, for ho is a
natural scavenger, and as such there is
a law that prevents his being shot He
is bald, scraggy, rusty looking, awk
ward and repulsive. Pride seems to
have been left out of his nature, and
his manners are simply atrocious. No
self respecting bird will associate with
Ton ought to know that when suf
fering from any kidney trouble tbat
a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney
Cure. Guaranteed or money refnnded.
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen and T. H.
Thetnae Clinton South Sock Island
Miss Elizabeth i. CoDaara. Book lalaaa
af Laet HlKhfsOe
City Council Rooms, Rock Island.
Ansr. 16. The cite council mat la
regular session at S o'clock p. m..
Mayor Medill presiding, and all the
mermen present, ine minutes oi
the last regular and adjourned meet
ings were read and approved.
Aid. Lohae. from the committee
on license and markets, reported
that the eommittea had fnnnrf it
necessary to replank the public
euaies. neporc adopted.
Aid. Nelson, of the ordinance com
mittee, submitted an ordinanoe es
tablishing grades on Eleventh street.
Eighth. Ninth and Tenth awannaa.
and on Tenth street, and Seventh.
e..gr,th, ninth and Tenth avenues,
and moved immediate consideration,
which was voted and the ordinance
adooted. as read.
Aid. Haobr, of the street and al
ley committee, asked for further
time in regard to the claims of Feter
Mayor Medill, in behalf of the
waterworks committee, reported
progress in regard to the reservoir
Aid. Winter moved that the water
works committee and mayor be em
powered to employ a " competent
hydraulic engineer. Carried.
Petition of Davis company for per
mission to open paved streets was
The olerk read a petition from W.
T. Davis and others for permission
to moor a sand barge at the foot of
Twelfth street. Petition granted on
motion of Aid. Johnson.
The clerk read an ordinance "To
provide for issuing bonds of the city
of Rock Island in the sum of $170,000
for the purpose refunding a like
amount outstanding bonds of said
Aid. Pendor moved that when tha
council adjourn it adjonrn to Thurs-
uay evening, uarriea.
Aid. Gall moved that the ordinance
presontd be referred to the mayor,
city attorney and ordinance and
finatice committees to report at the
adjourned meeting. Carried.
The mayor stated that the highway
commissioners and supervisors of
South Rock Island wnrn in tha
and desired to address the council in
regard to the opening of Eighteenth
avenue from Seventeenth street west
to the river.
On motion of Aid. Mancker they
were invited to address tha nnnoii
Supervisor Donivan in behalf of the
cuuiiuiEsioners addressed me coancil
relative to the matter, which was re
ferred to the street and alley com
mittee and city engineer to report
estimate of cost at the next regular
Aid. Nelson presented a petition
for the extension of water mains on
Forty-fourth street in Sinnet's addi
tion. Referred to the waterworks
Aid. Johnson offered a resolution
for bringing catch basina on Fifth
avenne and Tenth street to grade.
Aid. Concannon offered a resolu
tion instructing the street commis
sioner to trim large trees on Sec
ond street and Eleventh avenne.
Aid. Bleuer offered a resolution
instructing the mayor and city at
torney to report an ordinance regu
lating traflio on the city bridges.
Aid. Maucker offered a resolution
tor building to grade the catch ba
sins on Fifteenth street and Fifth
Aid. Soderstrom offered a resolu
tion for placing Tenth avenne east
of Thirtieth street in passable condi
tion; also for cleaning gutters on
Thirty-first street. Referred to the
street and alley committee.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. John
son. A. D. Ht'HiRS, City Clerk.
Serve an lajaaatlaas. oa Decease
By lnvign-aHiif; a feeble eonstitntlna, renovat
ing a debilitated physique, and enriching a itln
and nnnntrltlona circulation with Hoatetter'a
Stomach Bitters, the finest, the most h'ghly sanc
tioned, and the moat popular tonic and preventive
tnexten'e. It strengthens the stomach, reme
dies torpor of the liver and bowel, and give
healthful repolse to the secreting ard discharg
ing functions of the kidneys and bladder. Not
only does U arrest and prevent the reearrence of
msluUl fevers, but It furnishes the only ade
quate rsfrgosrd againtt thesa to persons who
hive never been afflicted with those maladies,
bnt wou'd be liable to Incur them If medicinally
unprotected. It ellmlnatea from the blaod cer
tain Imparities which the mosa skilful patholo
gist assign as the cxcltlna; canse of those sgon
:'ng complaints, rheumatism and gout, tad It Is,
moreover, an excellent remedy for an enfeebled
and overwrought state of the nerves, and for
Daavteraaa Drlaktaa; Watas-.
Death larks in impure water. It
breeds diseases often in epidemic
The first symptom is looseness of
the bowels. These diseases are
checked by taking Foley 'a Colic Cure
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen and T. H.
MADE ME A MAN
KWITTTTl.V CTHK A I.I.
al nior. lu.pnt' wv. S!t4nl?ws.
lr sb mm) lr Abuw and
Mrt Kirii Slid 'i dlsrrv-
Iimis. Th-r qntrkly aad
surely nwt.-nr lat Vltilltf in
ow or rutins:, and nt a man foe
study. iitiM! r mamaa;L
l'fvvftit limnilf anaoinsuina
tinn I! IX-fti ID tin;". 1 lj-tr (MS
aw s C lTiiK vrbera
torlBS xtm c-ni's Am TiBi.iT. tKrr have ur3
uouiar.da and wiii mre;na. we triw rxuiw wrus
fuarmiiter t e!Tei a cure m earn eartnrnfunauie
Bsxn-v. Wtc .V n-ttta per pacsaavt. i r ais aarcaeve
(fall treatment) fnrfciRi. bv diMi. In plain rnnoumZ
Bpou receipt Uprise, ctrcauar trim. Atlanta
AJAX REMEDY Wn2?
for sale la Bock lalaad by Joka
"O timet tn
A large stock of g until Tiim m 5$ The largest stock
Furs also on C& yUr fUrS re" 6 of Gloves in the
hand. C?) mntfA.Pf. nnrl & three cities to se-
ar. 47a. W. Hamy. the Editor af te
taJ nDYAFim D ADI7D UietVevkry World-Drraidof Omat.a J
3 B-r ' mAAWlmK has bemi restored to bealla afu 3
ajav years of suffering during which time the three best physicians of the asato W
S-T5 failed to helD him. Ue had ludlimttlnn an had thai ha snti Irf aanr mmi rum
than two meals a day and was oblicvd to carry morphine with him to rrlicrej
paroxysms of pain. In one attack he lost 23 pounds In days. Three park- kav
aes of Dr. Kay's Renovator cured him. For lack of npann we can aive only
abort extract from his letter but we urge all to send for full report of this rase
and many others who had failed to get help from physicians or any medicine.
until they took Dr. Kav'a lienovatur. Mr. Ilenrev wrote: "1 con mi Had u,wr
ue oast pnysicians in the state but they failed to give me relief,
was sore and sensitive. I waa Indueed to try
and It Is eight
nay s Kenovator, 5
month 1 slnee I etmmencA V nan anil f nnv hmvm m rmt. c'
ar at m fc.
nf HIV fimnKlss aSaaenas
inenas lor stomach trouble and I think all have reported relief." lr. Kay's
Kenovator has cured so many of the worst eases that we eotrslder it a certain
cure for all eases of dvf pepaia, coTHitipation, liver and kidney dineasea. and
all nervous and blood diseases, headache, biliousness, etc. AT THIS Vtt C7
TXAB It should be taken by everyone to ren.vaWj and Invigorate the whole
system and to purify and enrich the blood, giving a a .
and vig.sT to the whole body. It Is easy and pleas- I si li V s sU'rE
ant to take. Tone up your syotem for the spring woik. Sold by druggist or
sent by mail f-SSc and fL S03QrS treating all diseases and special
booklet on Female Diseases, AIL FREE- Address Dr. B. J. Kay Medical
Co., Western Office, Omaha. Xb.
a sold b T. m. Tuanii n
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Block, Telephone No. 1030.
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Where to Buy?
Where all New Designs are?
Where the Largest Stock is?
Who is Selling the Furniture
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