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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1898.
At Four Score.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health.
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UNCLE EZEKIEL OBEAR, assessor and
tax collector, Beverly. Ma-;., irho bus
passed tie 60th lifo mile stcne, says:
Tr. Miles' Kestor&tive Nervine ki dono a
great deal of good. I suffered fur yearj from
slecplf s.-ni S3 and ticrvous he art trcutle.
Would fetl weary and used up ia the mora
ine. Lad no amhiuu asd my work seemed a
burden. A friend recommended Dr. Miles
Nervine,' and I purchased a bottlo under
protest as I bad tried so many remedies un
successfully, I thought It no use. Hut It
pave mo restful sleep, a pood cppctlta and
restored n-.o to er.ergetlc health. It la a
grand good medicine, and I will gladly writa
anyone inquirlr.s, lull particulars of my cat-
Dr. Miles' Ilemedles
are sold ty ail drug
gist under a positive
guarantee, flrst bottle
benefits or money re
funded. Boole on dU
eiws of the Leart and
nerves free. Address,
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Heaitn i as
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. fclktiart. Ind.
Hie Slal ol Life
Is the best, and all
the leading grocers
have it for sale. Rich
in flavor and chuck
full of nutriment. Re
member and ask for
Krcll & Math's
and insist on hiving
the best costs no
more than poorer
grades. No house
wife's table is c m
plete, no matter who
is fed, without a loaf
of Krell & Math's,
their perfect home
Krell S Math's
Ftone 116&. 1719-1718 Se ootid Avenue.
ARE COMING OUR VAY
Enthusiastic Observations of
Citizen As to How Things
Are Moving Here.
CTTT'S PSOSPECTS ARZ THE EEST.
Lrvff and Keservoir Crowning Achieve
ments of Many In the Tat Five Years
What Sceir.o Moit Needed Now is a New
Thrstre ami a Centrally Located Depot
lor -l'l the Koad?.
'The op!e of Hock Island v. ill
have occasion to Ik? proud of the ac
complishments of the present council
iti the matter of the new levee and
reservoir, and particular! y in the im
portant precedent that has leen but
recently established by the same
council" ia preserving to the city that
which has been improved. as in the
levee, for instance." Thus .spoke a
representative citizen in conversing
with an A ic; I'd representative this
morning on the advances Hock Island
has made not only in the past year,
iu substantial improvement and de
velopment, but in recent years. Said
the citizen, continuing: Look, at
wiiat we have leen iloing iu lh jwst
live years alone. Aside from carry
ing on ami extending our system of
street improvements, we have broad
cncil out. we have that new court
house, we have got our postolVice
building, the long-sought Wood me
ollice, and now we have the levee, the
rcervoir, two new bridges and the
Hennepin canal assured, the arseua
improving and increasing, a few nior
new business blocks and a prospect o
more, and what more do we want?
What W l Mast Now.
I'll tc!l you w hat we need now
a union depot, a new theatre and
citv hall. Then we will lie tixed. A
it is we are prettv well t!T for a citv
f-f our size, but we do need particu
larly a centrally located common de
pot and a theatre. Lnlcss I ain great
IV mistaken we will get tliese two lat
ter advantages betore another year
When you a.-k for De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve lon"t accept a counter
ieit or liuitali l lit re are more
cases of piles being cured Jjv this
than alt others combined. T. II
Thomas, A. J. Ricss and M. F. Bahn
State of Illinois.
Rock lii'iil County
In the circuit court, to J tnuarv term, A. D
IXtf. lull to remove ;.'.! from title.
II. ins ii.irf.iKiii. sr . Mary tirovt-r. the un
K-own heirs or iletieesof Mary t ;ro er.
CeeeaseU. Ali:ia IV:. hey. bni t he unUitoM
owners of the wesl uci.tv r -J iet-t uf lot
nuniher tuo . i:i li.eli uutiitter t u o i.s in
lual part of the tv of Hoc:. Island know
us and eai.ed Sj'en-: r A 'iisc's aililtili i;. in
tlic eourit v oT hiKaU K'atnl w.tl tateoflli
iikis. or of uuy ri,,'!ii or ia'.ercst ti.ercin.de
'l'o ail tle aiove n-itni! d'fenlants:
Afnilavitor tir it n rsiie!Me h-!vin' lie-u
ried ia ti.e oil ee of iLi: ele k of ui I eireu
eourt lu ll . is luTriiv irucn to von anil I
e.eh f vou. tfiattbe nho.e ii::rt -it eo:nttl.iin
ant hus til- I in iki court I.N ii of complaint
against ji:ioii iLe nani-'r.rv sr.ir ol sail eurt
mat a HuniinoiiH iu e'l.uieery na wi n tsue
in said rue ;i.'uiii -i ym returuai.ie lo t h
next it rm of sa l i-iun To ie li'.':jn ana ii li
at the 4-iMir: U i: e !Ti t -ir y of o' 11 nnl
in miiJ eti.i tv. on the :;rst Mouii.iy tf J-iuuarv
A. I. l"Vi. at wliieu I. me anil il.urtf vou vt i i
appear a l l.-ail. mi .wt r or tieuiar t said liii
ot e. 'nip:aini. it vou -ec li'
Paled t K.ieii lsiaiKl. lUtaols. this fejoinl
day cf i'eeeait er A. n is'js
t.r .in.E V. i Mltl.K. rlerU-
iswi-.kney Jc w Ai.Ktii. s-o!:ei.o.-s for C m
Nolire of l'ulllet ion C'hanrery
Stitte of Illinois.
Pock Islard county.
In ibe circuit court, lo January term. A. D
Tbonns II Smith vs Ne!ii2 V. Suii h. In
Aiti.i.u r non-rfsilrncc or tae ai.oe
btttit-a !fe::int tia-.n.- ti-en tiled iu t
t lerii s o:Mee if t:ie eirt'uit eourt of sij
eii!:t. imrifi is tLere'ore bert-tiv k'iven
VoUtesaiii fiofi-r- .l.-rrt it f er.tl ant lUtlbt;
eotnj.la riant tiled Lis t..h of com pi tint in said
court, on ttie euaiii-ery side tuereof. oa
Hie -U'i u.iv ot Iee. !i:'c-r. is.s. anil tlia: tbert
umi:i a su!i.tuoiis iueii oui i, s.nd eourt
Iktmd .i il s'liit is now pemlini;. returnaltU
on liis se.-oni d . in :be ijiouiu of Jbuary
ner. as is ny law reiinreu.
Now .uuiess v.iii, hr siil non-resi.lent de
ffiiii' t move Lami-l. N Hie ini h. shad er
sonai! Ik and appear ie ore said eireuil eou t
on the hrs: t.,v of tie next term thereof, to he
hok.e at Koek Ni.irni in and for the said coun
Iv. on toe s,.,-o!ii ray m January next, and
pKMJ. ;uiMiTirli'ij:t.r lo the said eomplain
apt s of oini ia'tit. : fii same a-id the m
tt rs a-ui tuitik's ' h rem charged and staled w II
he taUea s ,.,ritese:l. ant a dee ee entered
a'air l you aee rs ! i vir lo The prayer of saul tiiil.
I'B'H'.e . i.tvm.K c.era.
Ilm'k Islanil. Ii.'r.o.. I t-trmtH-r lrt.
JmciM iitiKixin. oini iain.iui s Nolie.t
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
platiuo work, we b:i e de
cided to .reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call eirly, examine work and
place your order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
Rooms opposite ILupcr House.
John Yolk & Co..
Builders : : :
Sash. Doors, Blinds and Mouldings
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing oi All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
t;iass, rolished Tlate. Beveled
Flate and Art Glass.
Ill tosnchteen-.h RooL- khnrl
F. B. Q.
Smoke F. B. Q.
Pay your water rent.
Bring your bad debts to Eastman,
1712 Second avenue.
Company B. of Davenport, returned
Dome yesterday, after having been
mustered out at Des Moines.
"Mv Friend From Arkansas" will
be presented at Harper's theatre Sun
dav night. Trices, 10. -JO and 30
The trial of Startzman vs. Hawes,
one of the Fulton spitework cases,
will probably come up at Mt. Carroll,
Carroll county, next week. .f
John Flanigin, for 1G vears in the
employ of D. Hov Howlbv, has de
terinined to embark in the retail piano
business on his own account. He has
rented half of the store occupied by
Miss Kate Byrnes millinery, and will
be ready for business next week.
The Woodmen head ofiiee removal
committee, at its meeting at the citv
council chain ber la.t night, planned
a systematic collection of outstand
ing subscriptions," and gave notice
that those who had made pledges
would receive an early call.
11. W. Hiess writes The Ai:nr. from
Washington:, . have boeu ordered
to dutv with'ihe let ilivi.si.-tn hospital
of the I'd armv corps at Havana.
Cuba, under (Jen. Fitzhurrh Lee, after
pending a month her:; recuperating.
I expect to have mv Christmas dinner
Ben Sears, the last mcnilr of Com
pany A to leave Porto Hico, where he
remained in the hospital service after
the departure of his comrades, lias re
turned to America. He is now in a
hospital at Brooklyn, recovering from
illness contracted in Porto Hico. He
is expected home soon.
A Moline paper favors that city
putting in a bill for t he jwrinanent
home of the Knights of thcClobc,
which, as TiiK Ah'il s suggested some
time ago. should, if it is determined:
to mote from Frceport and desires to
ic iu it with other great modern or
ders, come to Hock Island.
The Tri-City Towel Stnply. 119
Eighteenth street, has been opened by
W. L. Hodgdon and F. E. Tnbbs.
They will supply clean towels to of
liccs, business houses, etc.. at a very
moderate cost. You .can save vour-
DIES READING A NOVEL.
End Comes Strangely to a Former Ar.
senal Employe at Des Moines.
E. C. G. DeMontour. who v as em
ployed at Hock Island arsenal during
the rush season, died in a peculiar
and rather nivsterious manner at Des
Moines He registered at the Logan
house lues-day morning, hailing sup
posedly from Davenport, lie was as
signed a room and retired immediate
ly, it being 3:60 a. ru. in the morn
ing he ttid not arise in time, the porter
tried. to open the door, but without
success. A night kev opened the door.
however, and DeMontour's dead body
was found lying in the led. A stand
was drawn up to the Oed. ami a
lighted lamp w as on it. DeMontour
had been reading, as in his hand was
a paper covered novel. He was
dressed, his shoes and coat alone lie
Nothing, neither his surroundings
nor condition indicated suicide, and
his clothing was indicative of pros
perity of a high order. DeMontour's
father lives in Paris. France.
PECULIAR POISONS. ! Gerv
Generated In the Human Body.
The Kesnlt of
Digestion of I
A CANADIAN LADY
;ives llr Experience With Coffee.
Mv sick headache anil dull, Jan-
sleepv leelings have all gone
VfiltiKton. Ontario, Canada.
since I have uit the use of coffee and
taken to l ostiim I ereal l-ooil t orlee.
You may be sure that I have aban
doned the use of common coffee alto-
' get her.
I A number of mv friends in Ohio,
' Michigan and here in Canada have
i been greatlv benelited bv discarding
I O - rs
i iv .1 I . I I. . .
, i i. . . -.. . i-once anil n s i ii xositiiu. i ii.iti;
sen xijTiuu illiuotauee aim iiioiict iu , , , ,. ... ,
,i,,i .., i ., known cases where people disliked the
III! lll'l 1 Uil' ' UN ' 1.111 111 .1. IVI31U1 LU TS. , . . .
...ii.....r i " 1 , taste of Postum. but upon lmtuiry I
can at voui inace. , .. . . , . .. , . - ,
v, have discovered that thev did uot al
woservcr o. m. nerier s meteoro- . ,1)W it to boil , enooh, and know
logical summary for Novemln-r places th:U this 5s alvv.ivs true in such cases,
the mean atmospheric pressure ilur-iv ..i f
turn without it is properly made, and
ing the month al dO.04; highest pres
sure at hO.-lJ on the -Uii: lowest.
'J'J.'M on the 21st. The mean tem
perature was :o, the highest OS on
the 4th: the lowest, 1 below ou the
-!(th. There were 11 clear days, 8
partly cloudy and 11 cloudv.
The desperate and frantic manner
iu which other clothing dealers rush
that is simple and easy enough if
will onlv follow the directions.
t the newspapers the minute M. iV K,
am. ounce a special sale, goes to prove
that the M. A: K. etTorts are being ap
preciated on the part of the econom
ical public. M. vV lv s. saies this fail
have been the largest in the history
of this energetic iirm, due largely to
printer's ink. but more particularly
ilirougn their liberality in price-inak-liig.
ihcr dealers may copy their
ideiis in advertising, but thev do not
succeed in getting on to tiieir meth
ods of selling goods.
Cot NT Y TEMPLE.
Nov. -".). .Fred Van Wonterghem to
Polce Col berg, lot 1. block 1. Pitts.
Gilbert A Pitts' First add., Moline,
Fred Van Wontergheiii to Alfonse
Cant, part lot 10, block 1. Pitts, Gil
bert i: Pitts' First ad 1., Moline, 2,-
Fred Van Wontergheiii to Charles
Coppens. part lot 10, block 1. Pitts,
GilOerl oi Pitts' First add., Moline,
Fred Van Wontergheiii to John Van
Iloorbekc, part lot 10, block 1. Pills.
Gilbert A: Pitts" First add., Moline,
30 (ieorgt: 11. (,'hase to William A.
Jones, part lot 6. block 2S. Old or Or
dinal town of Moline. $2,000.
H. A. Donaldson to David Verge,
lot .". block 40, Chicago or lower add..
Hock Island. ?tjO(j.
Will It. Johnson bv heirs to Alice T.
Tohnson. lot 7, block 2, Lvndo's add..
More Loiwe In the Storm.
New York. Dec. 2. It is just
earned three coal oarges were lost
luring the recent storm while on
their wav from Norfolk to New Lng-
laud points. Ten of the 12 men com
posing the crews were tirowneo.
Stockholm. Dec. 2. It is reported
a bottle was found in the viciuitv of
The Massachusetts Metaphysical College.
i Hov. Marv Baker G. Eddv. the dis
coverer ami founder of Christian
Science, has just completed the exam
ination of a class of about seventy of
the active workers in Christian
Science imiul healing, to cotilcr on
them the degrees of the Massachu-
' setts Metaphysical college as healers,
and teachers of thii svsieui of medi
cine whose only crowned head is di
vine sovereignty, whose only priest is
the spiritualized man. Most of those
present were the students of her stu
dent. N arly all of them Jiad had
several years' experience and marked
! success as healers.
1 heir present heuls of labor are as
I Hiverside, Cal.; Salt Lake Citv
iUtah: Denver, Col.; Memphis, Tetin.
! Atlanta, Ga.: Minneapolis. Minn.
Houston. Tex.: Philadelphia. Du Hois
' and Scranton. Pa.; Fort Howard, Wis.
! Omaha. Neb.: Cleveland. O. : Des
Moines, Iowa; Orange, N. J. ; Chicago.
111.; New York Citv, Poughkeepsie.
Jamestown. Saratoga Springs and
' Lanislmrgh, N. Y.; Boston. Cam
bridge, Beverly and Hevere, Muss.
Montreal. Toronto and Ottawa, Can
ada: London, England, and Edin
: btirirh. Scotland. There were in this
class clergymen. M. D's.and members
of the bench, members of tiie bar. and
' one of our cleverest editors. Judge
Eh ing, of the superior court of ( hi-
. cair". arrived too late to Ix- present at
1 the closing lesson, but he and Mrs.
Ewinir visited Mrs. Eddv at Pleasant
It now appears that Harold Fred-
'eric, of L ndon. England, who is said
to have died ln-eause of the Christian
Science treatment, was first under the
' I'-ir uf mi f 11 l.iit i Ti-i sm ileli :is he
to trv Christian Science. He did not,
however, trive this svstem a fair trial.
for his friends gave him no iieace un
til thev got him again under the drill
of materia medica. Ouerv: Whose
i failure was it? And should not the
j M. D. instead of the Christian Scion,
tist be indicted for manslaughter?
Concord (N. II. ) Monitor.
care ol an M. it., out inasmu
(was not recovering under tl)
Iticc, but growing worse, he
the l."r:il mouutains containing a mes-
age signed "Audree," stating that
his lolloon had crossed the L'rals.
Twice Their t'soal Sine.
I was aTlictid with rheumatism
and mv knees swelled to twice their
usual 'size. I determined to try
Bncklen-s Arnica Salve. Hood's Sars-iparilla. and I improved in
a ne oest sait e in tne worm lor cuts, 'a short time after I lican taking it.
cruises, sores, uicers, salt rneum, i W hen I had tiken three bottles 1 was
fever sores, tetter, chapjted hands, ; entirely well, and have remained ho
I all skin erup-j ever siiicc" Plt
chiiDiains. corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles or no
pav required. It is sruaranteed to
;ive perfect satisfaction or inoncv re
funded. Price 25 cents rer box. For
sale bv ILirtz & Ullemever.
iilwin Mojsou. Beanls-
Overcome evil Mith pood. Over
come vour cou-'hs and colds with One
Minute Couirh Cure. It is "-ood.
dren cry for it. It cures croup, bron
chitis, "pnenmonia. frrirP an a"
throat and lung diseases. T. IL
Thomas, A, J. Riesa and Mi. Bahn-
Hood"s Piils cure all liver ills,
to take, easy to operate: reliable,
Hard Coal Coke W-.'od.
Indiana block. Athens lump and
Chil-.nnt. superior soft ef'ir. caaael. hard
wood and kindling.
E. B. McKown.
Cdacata Vour Dowels With Caarareta.
Candv Cathartic, eure eonstipa:lon forever.
13c,ac, liCC C. fii druiu.urrluad icoacy.
Doat Tobarre Spit as4 SsMfce lojr Life Away.
To quit tobaeu easily and forever, be ma?
tittle, fullc-f life nerve and Ti-or, take No-To
Bac. the wonder-worker, t'oat n.akes weak men
sirocg. All druggists, joc or II. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet, ana sample free. Address
Bterlicg fcemeJy Co , Chicago or New Yorkv
Every living thing, plant or animal.
contains within itself the germs of
certain decay and death.
In the human body these germs of
disease and death (called bv scientists
Piomainesi . are usually the result of
innterfeet disrestiou of food; the re
sult of indigestion or dyspepsia.
The stomach, from abuse, weak
ness. does not promptly and thorough
ly digest the food. The result is a
heavy, sodden mass which ferments
(the tirst process of decay) poisoning
the blood, making it thin, weak and
lacking in red corpsucles; poisoning
the brain, causing headache and pain
In the eves.
Bad digestion irritates the heart.
causintr nalnitatiou and bringing on
disease of this very important organ.
Poor digestion, poisons the kidneys.
causing Bright s disease and diabetes.
And this is so because every orgau,
everv nerve depends upon the
stomach alone for nourishment and
renewal, and weak digestion shows
itself not onlv in loss of appetite and
flesh, but in weak nerves and ruddy
The great English scientist, Huxlev,
said the best start in life is a sound
stomach. Weak stomachs fail to di
gest food properly, because thev lack
the proper ipuanlity of digestive acid:
(lactic and hydrochloric) and pepto-
genie products; the most sensible
remedy in all cases of indigestion, is
to take after each meal, one or two of
Stuarts I)vsiepsia J ablets, oocause
they supply in a pleasant, harmless
form ail the elements I hat weak stom
Tiie regular use of Stuart's Dysejt-
sia tablets will cure every torm ol
stomach trouble except cancer of the
Ihev increase liesh, insure pure
blood, strong nerves, a bright eve
and clear complexion, because all
these result only from wholesome food
Nearly all druggists sell Stuart s
Dyspepsia Tablets at oO cents full
ized package or by mail by enclosing
price to Moan company, .Marshall,
Mich., but ask your druggist hrst,
A little book on stomach diseases
mailed free. Address F. A. Stuart
company, Marshall. Mich.
Cheap Cash Store.
Is the place to trade if you are a money saver.
Groceries and Meats.
McLauchlin's or Lions package coffee, only . .
Canned tomatoes corn or pets, two cans for . .
Nice new California prunes, per pound, 5 and
Ajax soap, large bars, good soap, 2 for
Best California picnic hams, per pound
Nice lean bacon, fresh smoked, per pound . . .
Choice pure lard, 2 pounds 15c or 4,
Choice lot of fresh dairy butter, per pound . . .
Our holiday goods have commenced to arrive and we will
I have a full stock to be sold at the lowest possible prices.
1 1513 and 1515 Second Avenue.
The Elixir of Life is Health
Our Kleotrio Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Itay woik.
Have You Got It?
If not, consult
Who Has Cured
Da J. E. WALSH,
I.at.e of Chicago, former
ly Surgeon-ln-CUief of Sit.
Anthony a hospital.
On in! ne-Whisky.
Genuine has red seal. Cures colds
and la grippe. Put up in bottles
onlv and protected by United States
l.iiMi;ni:: v nr.TLEKS-r.N, Agents.
Hard Coal Market.
Anthrao e coal, all sizes, deliyered
at $6.o0 per tou, for immediate de-
every. E. G. Fkazeb.
A GOOD SKATE
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incura
ble by Others.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive Drains, Sleeplessness. Threatened In
sanity. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhaustion,
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidnev, Liver and Skin Liseaucs can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanoa
svstem of medicine.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
montns wun oiners wnen we guarantee you a permanent cure in seven aaysuy our pauuess
methods, llvdr oele cured In three davs no oaln.
WOMEN suffering from diseases jeculiar to her sex, should consult ua. We
nave eurea many eases giv-n upas nopeiess. una we may oe anie iu i-urts you. ouikiu.i
operations performed at vour home If desired. Alidorolnal and brain surirery a specialty.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The num
erons acknowledgements we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable cures
In both meiilcal and suric d cases Is proof eoneluslvc that our advanced methods cure
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but consult us al once and
reuain your lost health. There is a staire in every disease that, can be cured. Hva
you passed that statre? If not. do not experiment any longer, but consult us at once. Fur
tbermore. we offer il.noo to any one proving our credentials false We make It an object
lo Investigate ours. No other specialist i ffers sueb a fair proposition. ONLY CUKAHI.K
CASKS TKISN. Best, of reference and credentials If you eaunot call, write. Hua
dreds cured by mall. Hours V to 1:1; to 5; 7 to S. Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30.
OFFXE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, MXUUOUGH BUILDING, DAVENPORT, IA
Cannot be enjoyed in this
fashion. However, if you
have a pair of our $2. 15 Skat
ing Boots, there is no reason
why you should make any
blunders on the ice. The
style for ladies is the 10-iiieli
top boot made of heavy kid;
can lie used also for street
wear. For men, in heavy
box calf with extension soles.
Other dealers ask .'J for these
Shoe and Rubber
Miss's" Round Toe Rul
Oers, ;j."e ijua.ity I'Jc
Women's Po'lited Toe
it eisfi es. ti quality . . . 3c
Men's IVintcd Toe Over
shoes, f l..i ijualilv 75c-
Men s Square Toe Iiut-
bcrs. 7.-c ijuaiity 2!c
Women s Warm Lined
Shoes. ?! 25 quality I8c
Men Felt fcboes. leatht r
s.les, i5i quality .. .9 1.93
Men's Heaver Hoots,
warmandse v.eeble .IS3.3S
Ch'ldren s uud Infants'
Shoe., worta 7.ic 39-
Misses' Dont'ola aid Ca'.f
Skin Button Shoes 95r
A few notes regarding fall goods that can Ik; found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we pJotc: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from $18, $20. $22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, $5 50, $6, $6.50
upward. Come in and see our line line.
GUS ENGLIN, 1803 Second
Other shoe snaj s too numer
ous to mention.
1 ry the New SLo 31 to -e.
KELLY &.WYNES CO.
Has made a record for good goods at low prices and satisfaction
to all patrons. Its future aim will be to uphold this record.
It is now showing a handsome array of fine jewelry of erery
description, including novelties of every description. Your
repairing of any kind will receive careful and prompt attention.
Bfeuer's Jewelry Store.