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THE AUGTTS, THUKSDAT, MARCH 1, 1900.
GOOD SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN
More than 20,000 Pairs at 75c, 95c, SI.05, $1.25, $1.40,
$1.55, $1.65, $1.95 and $2.35. Overgaiters 15c.
Regents $3.50 for $2.35.
307 Twentieth Street
Js an otTer of a bo of Krell
iV Math's CHOCOLATES or
HON HONS whose exquisite
Mavor, r'n-li consistency ami
toothsome quality makes
them general favorites with
l'th oM ari'l young. Our
Marsh mallows, Nut Candies,
Caramels and Home
Cannot ho excelled ami our
HON CANDIKS cannot he
equaled for lovely oimIs ami
neatness of package. Ke
meml.er SWKKT MKATrf
will win the heart of any
maid whether she is an in
fant in arms or a woman
grown. Perhaps you have
a sweet tooth. KKKLL &
MATH ran lill it at a mod
KRELL & MATH,
Phono 1155. 1715-1718 Second Ave.
DRIVE THEM OUT
le fore the pTius of grippe or pneu
monia have fastened their octopus
like jxrns on your system ly using
the priiper preventives, such as our
Hromo juiiiiuc Tablets or our White
Pine Cough Remedy.. "An ounce of
prevention i worth a pound of cure,"
hut vou will lind both in our stock of
reliable remedies. Colds, cough,
bronchial ir throat troubles will be
relieved by either or both.
A. J. RIESS,
Corner Fourth A venue and Twenty-third street
2 Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Rook Island.
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coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principal cities.
M. A. PATTERSON.
Gea'l Pus. Agent.
Bock Iiiand, I1L
Open Wednesday and Satarday Kvenlnr.
170G Second Avenue.
MENUS-TON'S IS LOCK.
AiliiilfilHtraf r' Notice.
F.siaiof W iUi.ini J. Irvin. deceased.
'1'iirr uiidTsi!.'riMl livinu' liven appniitel ail
ministrLrix ul the -staie of Wilii-.im .1.
Irun, l;it of the county of ICoert
l.iinl. s':i'e of lUmois. dei'ead. hereliy
Kives noiu'e lb. it slie will appear before
the eountv eourl. of Kock Klar:il eountv. at
tJieeountv eourl room, in Hie e.iy of lioeU isl
;i!nl. at llie April term on the tlr-.t Monday
in Alril next, at w liieli l;me all persons
bavins claims against saul tswie are notiiied
and requested to ailend. for llie purpose of
bavins the same adjusted.
All persons indel. led to said estate are re
quested to make immediate pajuient lo llie
Haied tins 1st dav of February. A. I !!.
MiiS. Ki."Hm K Ikvjn. AUuunislratrix.
Rntate of .lolin Muliieen. deceased.
The undersigned bavins neen appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and testaiient of .lobn
Mulii'ieen. late of the county of Koclc Island,
state of Illinois. deeexsed, hereby jrives
notlee that she wili appear before tbe county
court of KoeU Island county, ut the county
court room, in the city of Kuck Isl
and, at the May terra, on the first Mon
day In May. next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are
cotiticd and requested to attend, for tbe pur
pose of bayini: the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Dttied tills -Vlb dav of February. A. D. Hid.
K.vib HulNN. i:xeuitrix.
F.staie Of i:!:,.a M. lirooks. deceased.
The undersigned having been apnotnted ad
ni nisirafor of ti-e estate of Kli i M. llrnili..
late of the county of Hock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, r.ereby (rives rotiee that be
w.ll appear before the county court of Kock
Island cot. nty at the county court room. In tbe
city of KoeU Island, at tbe May terra, on
tbe llrst Monday in Mav next, at which
time all persons bavins claims ntrainst said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
tbe purpose of havirnr tbe same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to tnkc immediate payment to tbe
Dated ihisC?th dav of FoTuary. A. D. 19T0
William Hkooks, Adttistralor
Estate or William Sle .vart. deceased.
Tbe undersigned having Deen appointed
executrix of tne last will and testa
locnt of Williatfi Stewart, late of the
county of Itooit Is. and. state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby cives notice that she will
appear before lue county court of Roe if
Island county, at the county court room, in
the city of ! Island, at tbe Ma; term,
on the i:rst .Monday in Mav next, at which
tune ail persons havinir claims against said
estate are notitied a:id rcjiiesied to at
tend, for tbe p irpose of having; the same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment to
Dated lb 1st dav of March. A. D H'
Fk. f-.1 Sikwahi'. Irjecutiil.
State of i;::nol, (
County of Kock Island. (
County court of Kocs Island county. To the
February term. A. i . tvlW.
.lobn .1. H in-lev adtcmistrator of the estate
ofJaritcs F. cinuton. deceased, vs Melvim
t .iu Iter. M a''arel lN'lar.d FJt. ahctb llanklns.
Clara rd.- ni.- in. Klla I Jrir.-wn ard Nel.'.e
I lg:t'i-l'n and I'Jmer 1-ee IVtilioa to sell real
est.te to paviie!-t:
Aff.daMt of the non-residence of Me'vlt.a
Coulte . Mar :ar t To, a d fUi.beth Kankin.
Ci.ira l-!f.n-;on lla l-jliniruin a-l Nellie
l-jlf.nt-lon defendant nlmie named. bav
nn been fled in the oT.ee of tbe clerk of tbe
eout:lv court of Rock Island county. ti
t.ce is hereby civen to the said Melvina
CouiterM r-aret Toiat.d. lrli'-aieth Ka'kl-s.
Clara la2:ir,L't'n. Fla lal'tntrton and Neiiie
IViii.loii ttat the said pla.ntit luim'nL-. r
tor of t!:e estate of James kjlktn-rtrn. de
ceased, has tiled bis petition in the said
(niir.tv court of Rock Island county for an
order to se.l the premises belonfinir lo the es
tate of sa'd deceased. tr so much i.f it as my
be needed to pay the debts of t Aid deceased,
and deser.t-eil as foiiiws. to-wit:
lots r i .ii ijc ih.riy live t'X-t) In tbe
xt.Ux'e of Anda.':.a. in tne county of KiH'k
Isi aii.i and suite of Illinois, and that a sum
mons has hrm issued out of this court aa'nst
y-.i. remrnatile at the Kebrury term. A. l
iii'. or s.uu court, to be bo den on the first
Mor.dav C Febrjary, A. ! li0 at the court
house .a Kock lsaijd in Kock Island count)-,
Now. unless you. the said Melvina d ul .er
Mivi'trt Td.ard. Htbe-h KarWtns Cira F1
tvneton. Klia Flirinvton and Neiiie EdiiniTton.
shall i.rsrti iv t-e ard arper before said ionn
tv court of !;. I-iand county, on tb" tirst
day of the March term thereof, vo be hoiden at
Kivi; Island in said co'mty on thetirsl Monday
of March. lb0. ard p ead. ar.swer or demur
to the viiil complainant petltin bled therein,
the same ard the n.at:er and tnifir therein
ehatved ard stated will betuken as confessed,
and a decree entered aa.nst you according to
the prayer of sail Ih'.L
Kock Istand. Illinois. Janua-y T.
H H. HrBB Btx Clerk.
Adaik Pi.rsasts, Complaioant'a Solicitor
Subscribe for Tue Akgls,
WOMAN AS VAGRANT.
Nellie Quinn, Alias Dean, Sen
tenced to Three Months
SHE 13 AN OLD OFFENDER.
Her Name Familiar In Tulle Court for
Yearn Believed to lie Losing Her Reason
aa Result or Constant Dissipation Kec-
-orl of the Kock Island l'ollce Depart
ment for February.
Neliie Quinn. alias Dean, an old
offemler, was before Polled M.-ijjistrate
Stafford today on a chartjeof vagrancy.
She had no plausible defense to offer,
and was sentenced to three months in
the count' jail. She was just released
from jail last Saturday, after a con
finement of w(j days on a vagrancy
charge. She was picked up at 1
o'clock this morning on Twentieth
street by Ollicer Morrison. She was
drunk. Nellie has been a familiar
character in K ick Island police circles
for li years. Her homo is in (Jaies
burg, where her parents are said to
be well known and respected people.
Her mother has written a letter to
Chief Miller stating that all efforts to
reform her daughter have proven
futile, ami that it is believed she is
now lo.siug her mind in consequence
of her continued dissipation. It is
felt that the authorities of the wom
an".H home town should have her sent
to some institution where her case
will receive proper attention.
February l'ollce Business.
The report of the Hock Island police
department for the month ending Feb.
2 is as follows: Larceny. 1; vagran
cy, 3; assault and battery. 2; keeper
of house of ill-famn, 2; inmates of
house of ill-fame, 10; fugitive from
justice, 2; disorderly conduct, D;
drunk, : total number of cases, 34;
city cases. 25; state cases, 'J; wagon
calls. I'J: wagon calls by telephone,
1.1: wagon calls by box, 4; ambulance
calls, 31; tramps lodged, 2;VJ; lights
out, 11; total number of hours lights
out, 'J2; jail bill, 3; lines anil fees
collected bv Magistrate John T. Staf
The American Kafir.
The American 11 aj; now (louts over a land of
barbarity. If any one had prophesied this four
years ajo, be would have been laughed to
scorn. Yet change is constantly t 'klnjf place.
Nature is merciless. As soon as she discovers
an improve uieni. Hi old. whatever it may be.
is doomed. The fact that liostclter's Stox
acu Killers, tbe famous cure for dyspepsia,
has remained unchanged for half a century.
lrov es its value. Try it for indigestion, bil
iousness, constipat'on or malaria, fever and
ague, ami be convinced. Your case is cot in
curable. You simply have not used tbe riirht
remedy. Host otter's Stomach. Hilters is what
you need -the sooner the better. Itispar'.ic
ularly valuable at this season of the year.
A man named K. l'resson, of l'res
sonville, Ktis., wrote a letter the oth
er day, saying the opinion of every
body in his town who has used Foley's
Honey and Tar is, that it is the very
lest "medicine for la grippe, colds,
coughs, etc. All druggists.
Half the ills that man is heir to
come from indigestion. Uurdock
Mood Hitters strengthens and tones
the stomach; makes indigestion im
possible. For sale by Marshall &
The Big Store,
The Town Market.
The Davenport Fur
iture tH: Carpet Co.,
324, 326 and 32S Urady
street, show more and
better furniture than
any place in this west
IX BED ROOM SUITS,
BRASS AND IRON
cannot be duplicated.
Come and see how
much better you can
Davenport Furniture and
824 S2S, S?S Bndj St., Davenport.
THE TRI-CITY MUSICIANS.
I'nlon Nominates New Officer and Com
mittee. The Tri-City Musician's union has
named the following oilieers and com
mittees to lie balloted on at the next
President C. F. Toenniges, of Dav
enport, and C. IV Jahns, of Moline.
Vice Piesident Charles Uleuer, of
Kock Island, and O. H. Ilageness, of
Secretary II. Harbeck, and Rudolph
Treasurer Otto EcLhart and N. K.
Slott, of Davenport.
Scrgeant-at-Arms (). A. Artz and
Charles Wcsenberg. of Davenport.
Membership Committee Hugo
Toll, T. U. l?aese, Albert Petersen,
A. Fahrnerand K. Witt, of Davenport,
and IJ. Uleuer, of Kock Islaud.
Executive Committee II. Sindt, P.
F. Petersen, Gus Wilson, H. Wauling,
F. Otto, Paul Koechert, F. SeitTert,
Otto Von Doehrem, J. Hebbeln, Kd.
Moeller and Th. llerzog, of Daven
port; Charles lileuer, andlM Uleuer, f
Kock Island; C. K. Jahns and O. II.
Ilageness, of Moline.
Auditing Committee Henry Sindt,
J. II. Hebbeln ami F. Fick, of" Daven
port, and C. K. Jahns, of Moline.
Delegates to the National Musical
Union P. F. Petersen and C. F. Toen
niges, of Davenport: alternates, Paul
Koechert, of Daveupjrt, and Charles
Uleuer, of Kock Island.
Delegates were chosen to represent
the union in the Tri-City Labor Con
gress and the Industrial home union.
The famous Urocken'" scone in
Lewis Morrison's Faust," to be pre
sented at Harper's theatre tomorrow
night, is a fascinating reproduction of
the orgies, supposed to have occurred
in the Hart, mountains on Walpurgis
night. Saint Walpurga, who went to
Germany with Uoniface. has his ad
vent there chronicled in the calcndaras
May 1, hence the appellation of Walpur
gis night. Superstition has assigned
that night as the time of the annual
meeting of the witches, when spells
were cast, auguries told ami a general
feast of fiendish revelries reigned.
The possibilities for wonderful scenic
and mechanical effects have been
cleverly grasped in this season's big
production, giving this scene the
most elaborate and intricate setting it
has ever received. Nothing more
gruesome and creepy than this
Urocken" trail be imagined. This
will be the farewell tour of this won
George II. Uroadh urst, the author
of "What Happened to Jones," to
be seen at Harper's theatre Saturday
night, is a very rapid worker. If he
is given a good idea he can write
a play in oi days. He wrote "The
Wrong Mr. Wright" for Kalaud Keed
in .'JO days. The manuscript: was re
ceived bv the comedian Wednesday.
Thursday ho wired I'roadliurst at Chi
cago to come to New York. He arrived
in New York Saturday ami the play
was already in rehearsal. It was
produced at the Uosten Museum a
week from the following Monday.
Twelve days after it reached Keed it
was on the boards, making a total of
11 davsto write, rehearse and present
The" Wrong Mr. Wright." "What
Happened to .Jones" was written in IS
days, as there was 110 particular hur
ry for it.
The days of the hurriedly thrown
together play, poorly acted and de
plorably equipped as to scenery and
accessories, have gone by. The thea
tre going public now demands perfec
tion in every part and detail of a per
formance. This is said to have been
accomplished in the plav known as
"The Air Ship," w hich "is by J. M.
Gaites, and which will be produced
at Harper's theatre ueVt Sunday even
ing under the direction of the Marx it
Keich company. This comedy in
cludes some of the best known special
ty artists, who give the latest high
class novelties. Aside from this the
comedy is well written, having an in
teresting plot which is carried through
the entire three acts. The humor is
said to be clean and bright and there
are many funny scenes and situations
as well as brilliant cfTects. It comes
to us with the reputation of being the
be.-t entertainment traveling under
the farce comedy banner.
Kobbeil the (irave
A startling incident of which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was H12
subject, is narrated by him as follow s:
' I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, et es
sunken, tongue coated, pain contin
uallv in back and sided no appetite-
gradually growing weaker day by day.
Three physicians had given me up
Fortunately, a friend advised trying
Electric Hitters, and to my great jov
and surprise, the lirst bottle made s
decjded improvement. I continued
their use for three weeks, and am now
a well man. I know they saved
my life, and robiied the grave of an
other victim." No one should fail to
try them. Only 50 cents per lottlo
at Hartz & LTiemever's drutr store.
Lingering I (irlppe Couch.
ii. Vachter. 157 Osgood street. Chi
cago, says: "My wife bad a very se
vere case of la grippe, and it left her
with a very bad cough. She tried a
Ixittle of Foley's Honey and Tar, and
it gave immediate relief. A 50-cent
buttie cured her congh entirely. Price
25 cents and 50 e?nts." AH drug
gists. I.irenel to Wcd-
rhinle! Sbiopr MeC.inoeil. IU.
Mas Winnie iinseo Ie Witt. Iowa
ieorge A. Cii.ipman Oaveaport
UiasUcUa Haiumcrij Davemport
ANOTHER HEW ROAD.
Rock Island Included in Route of
Great Transcontinental Rail
EXPECTS TO TOUCH PACIFIC COAST.
A Connecting Line of Steamships to Liver
pool, the Distance Between That City
and the Western Grain States to be Short
ened SOU Miles Milwaukee Southwest
ern l'art of the System.
Kock Island is to be on the route of
a great transcontinental railway line,
according to reports in the eastern
press. The proposed Milwaukee
Southern is to be a portion of the sys
tem, which will eventually be extend
ed to the Pacific coast. It is to have
a connecting line of steamship.s to
Liverpool, it is said, and will shorten
the distance lietween that city and the
western grain states JSOO miles. The
followingis from the New York Times:
"Plans have lieeu partially com
pleted for a new great trans continen
tal railway line, with a connecting
line of steamships to Liverpool, by
which the distance between that city
and the western grain states is to be
shortened sot) miles. The New Mil
waukee Southwestern is to lie part of
this system, which, when completed,
will extend to the Paci tic coast. .James
McNaught, who returned yesterday
from Milwaukee, in speaking of this
' 'The tinal proposition of the Mil
waukee Southern Kailway company,
which is to be built from Milwaukee
to Kock Island, will be submitted to
the co nifty Iniard of supervisors at
Milwaukee. The proposition will un
questionably be accepted by a large
majority. It will involve a subsidy
from Milwaukee eouuty of $SOO,Ui0 in
coiiatv bonds to aid in the construc
tion of the road, for which the eouuty
is to receive noncumulative pre
ferred stock of the company. The
road will have 70-pouud rails
and a standard gauge, and the
manner in which each pirt of
the road is to be built is clear v
delined in the contract with the
county. This road will be operated
in connection with the Canada-Atlantic
and the Great Northern railway of
Canada. The line of tins Canada-Atlantic
aud its connections will be used
as far as Ottawa. From there to
(Quebec the connection will be fur
nished by the Great Northern, of Can
ada, which is now under construction,
and will be completed by June. The
line will be in lull operation to (Que
bec by the middle of August.
drain Shipped ly Strainer.
'The Canada-Atlantic has an out
let on Georgian bay, so that grain
could be shipped from Milwaukee to
this point by steamer. Negotiations
for the acquisition of steamers for the
new titiebee-Liverpool ocean line,
which is to be part of the system, are
now pending. It has not yet been
deliuitely settled bv which route the
Pacilic is to be reached, but it is un
derstood that one of the existing lines
will operate in harmony with the new
route to the Atlantic."
Kefnued a New Trial.
Judge Kamsay, at Morrison yester
day, overruled the motion for a new
trial of A. L Thompson in his suit
for $25,000 damages against the Hur
lington road. The case was t ried inJan
uai y, but the jury found for the defend
ant company. Then Thompson asked
a new trial, the arguments on which
were heard yesterday, K. D. Sweeney,
of this city, appearing for the railro.td
company. Thompson wanted dam
ages because he was ejected frotn a
train, which he boarded without lirst
buying a ticket, refusing to pay the
additional 10 cents required in such
cases. He was ordered otT the train,
and when he failed to vamose peace
ably, he was helped by the crew.
Via the New Line, IK, K. I. & ti. W. Ky.,
Fed, -ZO. March 0 and XO, April uud 17.
One fare plus $2. Northwestern
Iowa, Western Minnesota, Northern
Wisconsin, Northern Michigan. North
Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska,
Kansas, Colorado, Utah, Wvoming,
Idaho, Hritish Columbia. Manitoba,
Montana, Oregon and Washington,
For furt her information apply to W.
K. JalTcay, C. 1. & T. A.. 103 Second
avenue, phone 1040 Kock Island, III.,
or J. D. Sperry. C. P. & T. A., 212
Hrady street, phone 4C1, Davenport,
Iowa. L. F. BbKKY, G. P. A.,
A Krlghtfal lilunder
Will often cause a horrible burn,
scald, cut or bruise. Hucklen's Arniia
salve, the best in the world, will ki'l
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
old sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns,
all skin eruptions. Hest pile cure on
earth. Only 25 cents a box. Curt
guaranteed. Sold by Dart;; Ulle
Phelp's "4-C" Cough, Cold and
Croup cure is guaranteed. It cures
chronic cases. It is out of the old
rut. For asthma and all other lung
troubles take "4-C." The Harper
It's the little colds that grow it on
big colds; the big colds that end in
consumption and death. Watch the
little colds. Dr. Woods' Norway Pine
Syrup. For sale by Marshall & Fisher,
Eugene J. Hall, the poet anil pub
lisher, T" that one dose of Foley's
Honey an 1 Tar re.-lored his voice
wheu hoarseness threatened to pre
vent his lecture at Central Music hall,
Chicago. Of all druggists.
ES? !FA(r!I FP COOKING. D
Is what wo are after
now, and in order to
get it we w ill use every
effort within our power.
In our immense, collect
ion of new spring gar
ments you will tind
everything the heart
could wish for, and as
for the prices, we will
guarantee the same can
not be duplicated by
any tirm in the iri-c.ities.
Iadles hot'iesimn tailor
ruade suit: style of illus
tration: jiieUet lined with
fancy iiiet;i!lc liiiitiir: sUirt
lined wild t'". k1 iiudtty
percaline. nicely unlorod.
THE BEE HI VE
114 West Second Street, Davenport.
l'uy seeds that have a high reputation, and do not look upon the
price as the lirst consideration. The best seeds are always the
cheapest. The qtialitj' of the crop is what you look upon to
bring you the liest prices, and create a demand for your individ
ual production, which consequently leads you to success. Wo
use extreme caution in furnishing Market Gardeners with the
best seeds only. We do not consider cheap seeds, as the best
seeds demand higher prices so do the best vegetables.
LOUIS HA NSSENS ' SONS,
213 and 215 West Second Street. Davenport, Iowa.
THE GLEVELAHD BICYCLE.
KIDK A CLF.VKLAND AND UK HAPPY. Smythe & Carpenter, sole
agents also for the Pierce, Niagara and Cyrus bicycles, prices from $22
Now is the proper time to have your old wheel cleaned and repaired
and put in proper order for this year's riding, and the place to have! it
done is at Sinvthe & Carpenter's, as their shop is the most comp ute
equipped in the city. All work guaranteed. Your patronage solicited.
SMYTHE S CARPENTER,
210 Eighteenth Street.
The German-English Specialists
Permanently Located at 20." West Third St., Davenport, la.
Devote ail their time to the treatment of Chronic Diseases and Surtrery.
Their success in curing diseases tat have lieen pronounced incurable by others Is due to
tbe following facts:
They have spent years in college and hospital training and upociat courses.
They have every scic-ntiiic appliance that has been found useful in Dlannosintf and treat
ing chronic diseases.
Their treatment combines the two ere:t!et factors of the heaiiutf art, known to the med
KLH.TKH IT Y and MKUlCINi:
Catarrh Can He Cured
H the methods ami aiipiiancs ned by the
(eruian-Kniclisb Specialist. If yo" have i'.
call ana invtstii4t; t.tieir met !ii)Os I bey will
be pleased to refer you to numerous cues
right here in Davenport, cured by them.
Dlaeaiiei of the I. our".
Hronchlal Catarrh. A'thma and first staires
of Consumption cured by inearii of cot-'ly ap
pliances that carry tr,e medicine direct to trie
diseased n'irts. ( ase formerly re JrJed in
curable quickly cured by these methods.
Their Hot Al' treatment, (now used In all
the iaree hospita's In the east) combined Ith
electricity jrives nmck and e rmacent cures.
If you are a fcuilerer investigate. They w ill
trladly furn'.h you namen nrt addresses of
many prominent people cured by them in Davenport.
UmM-9sZ33BLlM ZHD FOR U
A BOOK FOR
x .a a
Borden's Condensed. Milk Co.. New York U
Ladies' all wool serue
Cloth suit: style of lllus
iruiiou exceptlouly U
tailored, special at
Suits Made to Order.
No chAive for
Cancers, Tumors of every description, de
formities, varicose veins and tilceis. lemoved
without pniri .! without chloroform orether.
Kydrocele pcrmanenLiv cuted in three da.
rttricture. piles and varicocele permanently
cured by the electro-chemical proeehs used
only by the German-KnKllsh doctors.
IMseaaea of the Kys.
Klindnfss. Dimness of Vision. Oranulated or
inllamed eye lids, cataract, etc.. cured by th
absorption method. No detention from busi
ness. , ,
Diseases of the Nervous System, Chronic
uml private iliseasesof men and women. Con
sultation frnc and abfco.utely eonlldentHL
Hours U to I-' a. m., I to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Sundavs W to a. tn.
The Aid Fashioned Pumps.
Are rapidly being replaced by
pumps of modern construction
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth Street,