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THE ABGUS, FBIDAX. OECEMBEB 30, 1898.
"Saved Her Life."
MI13. JOHN WALLET, of Jefferson.
Wis., than whom Done la more highly
esteemed or wld ly known, writes,
"la 1" I Lad a sorer attack of LaCrlppe
and at the end of four months. In spite of aU
physicians. frfeods and good hukId; could
do. xdt lanra heart and i.ervoa system were
so completely wrecked, n:y life was de
spaired of, my frltndc giving roe op. 1 could
only sleep by the use cf opiates. My luces
and heart pained iae terribly and Zuy cough
wu ciost azrarating. I could not lie 1
oca position but a short time and not on my
left sldo at all. My husband brought me
I)r. Miles' Nervine and Heart Cure and I be
jran taking them. When I had taken a half
bottle of each I was much better and contln-
uinjf persistently I too It about a dozen bot
tles and was completely restored to health to
the surprise of all." BH-' r !5fLJ,7
Dr. Miles' Ee medics E'Cr
are sold ty all dru- ,
gists unqer a positive
guarantee, first bottls KJnPrt CirrCj
benefits or money ro
fanded. Iij- k on dla
eases of the h .'art and
nerves f rep. Address,
Kfo Health ,v;
UK. H1LE3 MEDICAL- IX).. Elkhart, luti.
RECEIVING NEW YEAR
Is a happy old ctHlume that
is alwavs enjoyed by loth
rexes. The hostess in su
p'ying her table with choice
dainties ami relishes never
forgets tli at
Krcll & Math
are renowned as a Party Sup
ly House, ami that the most
delicious Ice Cream. Frozen
Fruit Ices, am! the most per
fect Bakery Coods, choice
confectionery ami all the
toothsome morsels that can
tempt the epicure of fastidi
ous man of the worUl will le
furnihel ly us
Krcll d? Math
There is nothing that wonH
be as acceptable as a nice
hox of Camly for a New
Year's Oift and we hare a
fresh supply for you to select
Krell & Math's
Phone 1166. 171MT18 Second im
In Smoke his
Ttut he enjoyed It hucely: It was im-lnen-te,
that 4 If you ne him one of
iuoe elegant Ix.ies of Clears, of which
we bae at excellent assortment of Clear
Havana and luiueilc iroods packed in
mi. attractive packaae. deforced ex
pressly f r Holiday k'lfu, ramrln in
50c to $5,
or ir you fancy sometbin more
lasting, take a look at our as-ort-ments
of pipes, lirla-s and Merseaaums
in endless variety of shapes and sue,
25c to $25.
Really the best aiwortment of Pipe.
Pooches CWar Cases and Smoker, sun
dries ever UNplayed. at the most con
veniently located exclusive elar store
The Palace Ciar Store, Bengs
MAN AG EH.
On New Year's night, Sunday, at
Harper's theatre will be presented A
Turkish Bath." The jwrforniauce of
this comedy will be given, from all
information furnished, in a manner
that has seldom been excelled - for
elaborateness in this city. There will
be several ia the east," too. who will
adu to the general interest ami at
tractiveness of the performance, as
among others are Arthur Blackaller,
the great Irish comedian, who as Mc
Google. keep the audience in an up
roar all the time, he is on the stage;
also. Miss Pearl Sizer. This little
sunbeam's singing and dancing lias
Keen the talk of every town visited
by the . company. There arc many
others who have gained favor on the
stage. The scenery used is simply
grand and the calcium light lends an
eiii-lianting wierdness to its lieauty.
A company of liarnstormers that is
parading the cotintrv under the nam
f fJiliiiMiIev's Keceptiou'
a cheap p-i foruianee on an
of ii 1 1 1 - 1 1 ri 1 ! v large proportions tha
was attracted to Harper's theatre las
night under representations on the
part of the aforesaid company that it
was going to give a "refined show.
The fact that it apeared at Fulton the
evening Ix-iore was enough to prov
that it was on the vellow order.
Kork Island People Can't Afford to Throw
to One Side This Valuable Advice.
Following up the workings of th
little comjiierer in Kock Island, many
surprising cases are Ieing placed ie
fore the public. Our citizens are sur
prised ami delighted. 1 hey express
their approval in an emphatic man
ner. never hesitating to let the publie
know what it means to Ik convcrsan
with the capabilities of the little con
mieror. A rood example or tins
comes from Twent v-tiftli street
Mrs. P. F. t'randell. a much respected
citizen, was found ly our representa
tive at her home. o. Kit., and the
foI!owiur is the account in !t-t:ti I of
her case as given in her own words:
Mrs. Cr.tndell avs: Doan's Kid
ney 1 ills did mc a womieriiu lot o
-ood. more so than ail v other medi
cine i ever useti. jiv Kuinevs idu.
bled me for vears and for some time
ist I was a constant sufferer bv dav
ami nfght from pains in the small of
my back. I he least exertion in doing
ii v work, or if I walked unv distance.
completely tire-1 me out. there was
too freuueut action oi the kid ner e-
cretious. and thev were irregular in
other ways. I saw Doan's Kidney
Pills highly recommended and ol
tamed a lox at .Marshall iV fisner:
driiif stole. Tliev did for me all that
I had hoped for and soou relieved the
pain in my back. The tired feeling
has completely left me, I can do more
work, can walk to church twice a day
without Iteing fat igued. and the ac
tion of the kidneys is normal in
every way. 1 am lit oeiier neaitn
than I have Iteen for a long time, and
am verv irrateful for what Doan's
Kidney Pills did for me. It is a
pleasure for me to recommend them
to luv friends.
Doan's Ointment for sale by ail
lealers. Price JiO cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn company. Buffalo. N,
Y.. sole agents for the United States
HeuiemlH'r the' name, Doan's, and
take no other.
Dec. Henrv Karstens to Aug
rust Karstens. lot I), l.nilds second
add.. Moline. $1,200.
Hulda M. Olierg to Dora lloesli. lot
7, block t, lirt-t Fairmont add., Moline.
Dora lKx-sli to Hulda M. Hoesh. lot
10, block 1. D.iebelliehn's add., Mo
Henrv (leiscnhagen et al. to Claus
Heinman. uud o-O lots 7 and 1). bltx-k
South Park add., liock Island, f J00.
What Io the Children Drink?
Don't give them tea orcolTee. Have
you tried the uew food dunk callei
(rain-O? It is delicious and nourish-
nir and takes the place of coffee. The
more tirain-t vou give the cniidren
the more health you distribute
tUrouirh their systems. (Jrain-O
s made of pure grains, and when
proiterlv prepared tastes like the
choice grades of coffee but costs about
as much. All grocers sell it. 1
tnd 2" cents.
Hard Coal Market.
Anthrax coal, all sizes, delivered
at $6.o per ton. for immediate de-
every. r u. r bazek.
A cough is not like a fever. It
does not have to run a certain course.
Cure it quickly and effectually with
One Minute Cough Cure. the best re ru
ed y for all ages, and for the most
severe cases. We recommend it be
cause it s good. 1. II. Thomas, A. J.
Hiess and M. F. Bahnsen. druggists.
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
platino work, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to alL
Call early, examine work and
place jour order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
Booms opposite Harper House.
PREPARE FOR NEW PRELATE.
AmolnC to Keeelve Iti.hnp
The people of the Davenport Epis
copal cathedral parish commenced
some days ago tne renovation 01 tne
. - . . ...
bishop s bouse, closed since tne deatnlAirs. Jonn jinompson. u iweniv-
of Bishop Perrv. in order that it
might be ready 'for the occupancy of
Ilev. T. N. Morrison as soon as he
has been consecrated as bishop of
Iowa. The work will ro rignl on.
just as if the standing committee of
the Omaha diocese had not refused to
concur in Dr. Morrison's consecration.
Rev. Hamilton Schuvler, dean of the
. ... . -
n :nim.nt tl, l.S.l, In.t irtil
forthast. ITntil Hishnn Morrison's
arrival, therefore, the parish w ill be
under the spiritual leadership of Arch
deacon S. K- J. Hovt.
J. J. Richardson, the Davenport
member of the standing committee.
is now in the east, but Dr. Hovt. ltev
C II. Weaver, of Trinity church, and
other prominent churchmen of the
citv are lirm in the belief that the dis
sent of the Omaha diocese will not
prevent the consecration ot liishop
Morrison, even if persisted in.
A CHANGE IN THE FIRM.
M. Rosenfleld'a IIuloe to Be Con
dneted Hy a Company.
Jan. 1 Meyer Rosenlield retires from
the wholesale saddlery and harness
firm of J. & M. Rosenlield s. to become
treasurer of the Frankel Department
Store company, of Des Moines.
The Rosenlield firm, which has been
in existence since 1856. will le reor
ganized and incorporated, and con-
ducted by a stock company composed
of Joseph Rosenlield and his two sons.
Julius and Abe Rosenlield. The lirm
name will continue as J. & M. Rosen
Fatal Kjulne lllsease.
Many horses are dying in Uuion,
Williamson, (ialva. Gallatin. Douglas,
hite and Hardin counties in Illinois.
It is called spinal meningitis by
veterinary surgeons and caused bv
feeding improper feed. The brain is
affected and often the horse is blind
in one eye, becomes half crazed.
moves in circles, stumbles against
obstacles with wliieh he comes in con
tact, and linally yields to the inevit
able. Proper food for loth man and beast
is essential and conducive to Health.
and reasonable ability to perform the
duties incumbent upon them.
Kxpenence lias proved that the
American condensed horse food is the
best for stock of all kinds. Being
scientilically prepared, it is easy of
digestion and nuickly assimilated. It
imparts health, strength and vigor to
.Medical tesesrehes thnw that In a I
geutral way white children exhibit
more diversity in their measurements
and the negro mure uniformity, this be
coming even more marked with age.
Tims, tho ucgrn childrt u are taller at
the fame ape than the whites, bnt there
aro no marked differences np to the a no
of about 14. The fcize cf the bead is
fomewbnt smaller in the nrcro. teeth
are t-'trouger nnd healthier and more
regular, and the-cutting period more
strongly defined. There is a decided
uepro ear. which is smaller and has a
drooping oppsr lobe, often with an an
gla Tho negro body is less fat and has
relatively more muscular development
in both (-exes. Tho arm spread is greater
and hands and fett both average longer
The thighs are more prominent in the
middle, and the legs are smaller. New
A ohlr Critic.
When Pope was fin-t introduced to
Lord Halifax, to read bis "Iliad." the
noblo ctitic generously criticised this
pasage and that word at frequent inter
vals. The poet was stnujj with vexation.
for the parts that most pleased bici were
the ones most criticised. As ho returned
borne with Sir Samuel Garth, be reveal
ed his displeasure.
"Ob, eaid Garth, "you ore not ac
quainted with his lordship; ho must
criticise. At the next visit, read bim
the same passages and tell him yen
recollected bis criticisms. " Pcpe made
use of this stratagem. Lord Halifax was
delighted and exclaimed, "Hope, they
are now inimitable:"
"Reggies, I am in some embarrass
ment. 1 want to make a present of a
jewel box. appropriately inscribed, to a
"Cor bus, I m sorry, but I haven t a
"Coufonnd you, did yon thick I was
asking you for money? I enly wanted
your help in getting np the motto to
inscribe on the jewel case."
'Corbns, you interrupted tne. I was
about to cay that 1 badn't a sentiment
n my mind that would be appropriate
to the occasions. " Chicago Tri buna
The Discovery of the Day.
Aug. J. Bogel, the leading drug
gist of Shreveport, La., says: -Dr.
King's New Diseovery is "the only
thing that cures my cough, and it is
the best seller I have." J. F. Camp
bell, merchant of Safford, Ariz.,
writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery
s all that is claimed for it; it never
fails, and is a sure cure for consump-
lon. coughs and colds. I cannot sav
nough for its merits." Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption.
coughs and colds is not an experi
ment. It has been tried for a quar
ter of a century, and today stands at
behead. It never disaptoints. Free
rial bottles at Uartz & Ullemever's
Zo-T-Be for Fifty Ceata.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
ea (krone, bioo4 pure. fcfe. U- Ail ariggui
Itrilllant Nuptial Event at liroadway Pres.
The marriage of Conrad Frederick
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JVI J Vj .'iUJ ....... a . . o
1 1 nompson, oniy aauguter oi Air. ana
I third street, was solemnized at 8
o'clock last evening at the Broadway
Presbyterian church, several hundred
friend's responding to invitations to
I witness xne nappy event
I It was a vellow and white wedding.
Flowers and palms were prettilv ar-
I ranged and banked about the altar.
I Miss Agnes Bixby. presiding at
iin7 marcn as ine unuai partv en
tpr.,! t h iishors Will C. Cirl. Louis
I Baumbach. W. A. J. Thompson and
I Otto Kuehlke. leading the way; next
- Jcame thegraomsmen and bridesmaids.
liarrv Herbert jiever ami 3iiss im-.iv
Dorothy Walker. Dr. J. E. Hawthorne
and Miss May C. Carl and Armiu
Harms ami Miss Helen C. Platt: the
maid of honor. Miss Sara Margaret
Cool, of Chicago; the rinir bearer, lil-
lian Mokes, of Monmouth, and lastly
the bride, resting on the arm of her
father. The groom and his best man.
Richard F. Kruse, of Davenport, ad.
Vanced from the Sunday school room,
meeting the other members of the
party at the altar, where as the
strains of -Ou rromise Ale", were
softly rendered on the organ the
words that united Mr. Kruse and Miss
Thompson were pronounced by Rev
In. t. Maniuis
Mendelssohn's was plaved for the
recessional. The costume of the bride
was white satin with full veil and
diamond and pearl sunburst, the gift
of the groom; maid of honor, white
I swiss over white tafetta; bridesmaids
and ring bearer, white organdie. Ench
carried yellow roses, the bride also
carrying a magnificent shower bouquet
of white roses and Iillies of the valley.
Following the ceremony a reception
was given bv air. and ivirs. j. nompson
to the bridal party and a company of
relatives and more intimate acquaint
ances. I he house was decorated in
whiteand red, the colors of the groom's
alma mater. Harvard. At midnight
Mr. and Mrs. Kruse left over the
Rock Island for Chicago, where they
will reside, and where they will be at
home to their friends after Feb. 1. at
SI)7." Drexel boulevard. Mr. Kruse is
a son ot .Mr. and .Mrs. i-reaencK ivruse.
of Davenport, and is at present en
gaged in following his profession, that
of architect. His bride is numbered
among Rock Island's most popular
voung ladies, and with her many ac
complishments and winsome disposi
tion will make herself a favorite in
whatever circles her future may be
cast. I he couple received a wealth
f iK-antifnl and substantial remem
brances, one of which was a check for
$J.5l'U from the groom's father to the
Borrowings n Horse.
In his iuttrehtinc book. "The Law
vers cf Maine." Willis relates an anec-
dote of Judge George Thatcher, who
was noted for his humor.-
Solicitor Davis and .ludco Thatcher,
when boys, were neighbors in Barnsta
ble and Yarmouth, Mass. The day after
the battlo of Bunker Hill the militia
of theso towns set off for Boston. The
boys accompanied the soldiers. Davis
acting ns hfer A tew miles ont trom
Barnstablo an order came directing tho
military to return home.
In their retreat Thatcher and Davis,
tired of their march, mounted nu old
horse they met on the roiid, without
saddle or bridle. After riding some
miles they dismounted and abandoned
their steed in the biguv.-ay
Many years after Davis, as solicitor
general, was prosecuting a hcrso thief
before Judge Thatcher iu the county of
Kennebec, Mo. In the course of the
trial the judge leaned over the bench
and said in an undertone to tho solic
"Davy, this reminds me of the horse
you and I stole in Barnstable."
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident of which Mr
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain contin
ually in back and sides, no appetite
gradually growing weaker day by day.
Ihree physicians had given me up.
Fortunately, a friend advised trying
Electric Bitters,' and to my great joy
and surprise, the f.rst bottle made a
decided improvement. I continued
their use for three weeks, and am now
a well man. I Know tney saved
iny life, and robbed the grave of an
other victim." No one should fail to
try them. Only 50 cents per bottle
at Uartz & Ullemever's drug store.
John Laveen, arrested on complaint
of his wife, was lined 10 and costs
for a breach of the peace.
Suffering From Philippine Disorders.
New York, Dec. 30. Poultner
Bigelow, just retnrued from the Phil
ippines, is dangerously ill from dys
entery contracted in the far east.
A Wise Decision.
"After having the grip, dyspepsia
troubled ine. 1 was obliged to give
up eating more than would barely
keep me alive. I read what . Hood "s
Sarsa par ilia had done for others and
decide I to try it. I did so and it was
not long before I con Id eat anything '
I wished." Mrs.
Eliza A. Johnson,
Hood's Pills cure nausea, headache.
tteat Ttikarre Spit aad Kant Tsar Ufa away.
To qntt tobacco easily and forever, be may
netle, fuU of life nerve and vigor, take No-To
II ac. the wonder-worker, taat makes weak men
strong. All druggists, SOe or II. Core guaran
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
B terries; Beasdj Co., Chicago or New Torts,
THEY FIGHT A DRAW.
Continued from Fifth page.
t.ltu,arlX J"t'i in
the ring was
"square" inside it was not so out
side the circle. Complaint was
made, too, with the deception prac
ticed in advertising to a certainty tne
presence of Kid McCoy, whose com
ing was never seriously anticipated,
and also with the long and tedious
wait for the main event, under the
representation that excursionists were
coming, with whom the management
must keep faith. This was aa asser-
I nponlrt who n-in mvi nr for the at
- 1 1 : .
,rall!OB as lrIIIe osuru in cornius
from one who had previously and on
numerous occasions given his pledge
that under no circumstances would
his patrons be detained after mid
night to see the best ring show in the
world. It was 1 o'clock this morn
ing w hon Jack Leonard turned his
tired audience out.
Their Sixth Meetlue.
Last night made the sixth time
Barry and I-on have lieen pitted in a
24-foot ring. Of the live former con
tests that were fought Barry won the
iirst after an up-hill battle, knocking
Ieon out ia 23 rounds at Lemont,
111., Sept. lo, 1S94. Their next clash
occurred in Battery D. Chicago, .when
the police jumped into , the ring,
thereby saving Leon from a knockout
in the 14th round. Ono 6-round con
test in the east was followed by a
20-rouud bout before one of the New
York clubs, in which Leon was lucky
enough to hear the referee declare a
draw. At McG urn's court. Chicago.
a couple of months ago, their 6-round
bout was declared a draw because
both men were on their feet at the
Hurry bail announced that last
night's light with Leon would be his
last appearance in the prize ring
BURNS AND CANNON TO MKKT.
Fine Wrcittlng Match Promised
per's Theatre Tonight.
Farmer Martin Burns and To in
Cannon, champion of England, will
meet on the mat at Harper s theatre
tonight in a mixed match that prom
ises to be one ot the prettiest dis
plays of Herculean strength that local
lovers of athletes have had opportu
nity to witness in many a day. Both
nieu are in excellent condition. Far
mer Burns' capabilities are too well
known here to require extended refer
ence, hut it is believed he has a propo
sition to handle in Cannon that
makes it doubtful whether the farmer
will have the picnic he has had in
past events, i he match will Ivgan
at y o'clock.
Burns on the Fight.
Farmer Burns was an interested
spectator at the ringside last night
He said he did not see any blood
drawn, vet he believed the ro was on
the square, ihe disposition among
I the sports, he said, was to
bet on a
draw, although he did see some Barry
money. In his opinion there was no
doubt as to the result of the meeting
if had been allowed to continue a few
more rounds, as Barry was the better
man of the two ami could have fin
ished his antagonist had he been given
a little further time.
The southern dialect coutinues to re
veal its quaiutness. Mr. Tcrrey bus ro
corded this Florida dialogue:
"What tiino might it be?"
"Lan sokes! I didn't know it was so
euuo as that. "
"Soon" in this case probably meant
early. IIo has also put on record the
answer of the North Caroliniuu who
was asked if be had been at the World's
"No. I 'lowed for to went, but I
didn't git to go."
I have lately beard a bit of genuine
negro English which may do to go with
these examples. A young woman of my
acquaintance was visiting at a bouse
where a colored lad was kept as a eoit
of bey of all work.
After sbo bad been
mere a nay sne overneard a conversa
tion between the cook and this boy:
"How do you like the company;"
asked the cock.
"I like her right well. "said the boy
"Do you think she's pretty?"
"Well." said the lad, "she ain't
zackly pretty, bnt she'll dew well
'ncugh whar dar ain't uo better at I" .
Tho layman who ia introduced to the
mysteries of cutting glass for the first
time is amazed at the amoui.t of work
that the workman does entirely by bis
eye. The first stage of the bowl which
is to be cut finds it in a perfectly plain
condition, not a scratch upon it and
only a half dozen or more marks in red
chalk, which mean absolutely nothing
to the unpracticed eye. But to the
workman tbey mean the whole pattern
Perhaps the dish ia a salad bowl. The
marks in chalk will run from the edge,
five intervals apart, down to the center
of the bowl at the bottom. In one of
the divisions of the bowl thus marked
there may be a little further marking
in the shape perhaps of a diamond.
This indicates the pattern into which
the bowl is to be cut, and it will be re
peated in each of the five divisions. AH
the intricacies of the design the work
man has in big head, and tbey develop
on the glass in a way which teems to
the looker on absolutely marvelous.
New York Times.
Late to bed and early to risv, pre
pares a man for his home in the skies.
But early to bed and a Little Early
Riser, the pill that makes life longer
and better and wiser. T. JL
Thomas, A. J. Riess and M. F. Bchn
Cdaemta Tear Bewela Wltt& Tssrerstai
Candy Cathartic, cure eony'.aUon forever.
lOcSSe, IX C. C. 0.111, uTT.r " and moaiS
U ... nULIUAY
Cheap Cash Store.
Nice Fat Young Turkeys, per pound 12C
Nice Large Fat Young Chickens, per pound Qc
Young Ducks, Large and Fat, per pound
Best Jersey Sweet Potatoes, per peck, only 20C
Plenty of Celery, Cranberries and Bulk Oysters.
Package Coffee, Lion or XXXX only JQq
Nice Dressed Dolls, each 5 and JQq
Pianos, all in good order lllc and up 9c
A Choice lot of Framed Pictures lUc and up tQc
Rocking Chairs and Doll Buggies very low In price.
Tin Toys, Drums, Battleships, etc., too numerous to mention.
utD IP) . fpi , fP .f
Now for Shoe Bargains.
The Mid-Winter clearing up on all kinds of Foot
wear commences right away, antl you can save
money by looking over our Shoe and Slipper bargains.
SNAP NO. 1200 pairs
SNAP NO. 2 13G pairs of Men's Fine Black and Tan
Shoes, every pair worth 3, and some of our 3.J iO
grades are also in this lot, clean up price
Notice These are not factory damaged" and re
jected "factory order" shoes, but made to sell to
people who want reliable footwear at low prices.
TRY THE NEW SHOE STORE,
KELLY & WYNES CO.
Just below Harper house. Rock Island.
J. B. Zimmer, the'seriior member of J. B. Zim
mer & Co., will celebrate his 25th anniversary in
business the coming month. In order to show
proper appreciation of generous treatment by
the public and also to make room for an en
tirely new spring stock, sweeping reductions
have been decided on from now unil Jan. 1. All -business
suits will be sold from $20 up. All
overcoats from $20 up. Pants from $5 up.
Finer grades, dress suits, etc , at correspondingly
low prices. This is no catch penny sch me, but
a legitimate offer to reduce stock. The pretty
patterns at low prices will surprise you Come
and see for yourself.
J. B. ZIMMER CO.
The Trumpet all
To bargain seekers has been sounded from Bleuer's Jewelry
Store. A grand array of Christmas Goods has been added
to the usual full stock, and the public may fled an assort
ment of rare novelties at the most moderate prices. The
goods are all reliable, backed by the store's reputation for
fair dealing. BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS HERE.
Bleuer9s Jewelry Store
. . m
SALt AT . . .
1515 Second Avenue.
of Ladies' Fine Shoes, made
8 and 3.60, clean up price
We Are Busy
All the Time
Now is the time to have youi
walls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
be a pleasure to receive your
friends this fall when they
come to see you. Scarcely
any annoyance and so quickly
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
810. 813 14 TWENTIKTH Hf