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THE AnaiTS. MONDAY. -MAY 27. 1901,
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
imOAGO. ROOK ISL A NTJ A
w 1'm.o.Lrin Rallw av Ttokeu
ean be purchased or baggage
eneexea hills r.iweoueu
tree! derjov. or C R. L A r.
depot. comer Flfta avenue and
Th:ry-Grl street- xTtii rnmnir, Aguci
Si ST. W BUT.
Denver Llmltad AUmtbt..,
ft. Worth, Denver AK-C-
iimui maa Dee Mounts. ....
Umaha & Unooln Kx
Des Molnee Omaha
Denver, Lincoln Omaha.
Des Moines F.xpreee
BV Paul MlnneapolL......
Denver. Pv Worth A K. C.
8: 10 pn
til 10 Dm
im tlltlO pa
mm t S 05 mm
m t 0:63 am
am! BIS Dm
pm't 0:30 IO
pm t S pm
pm't - pm
pm) 9:44 un
pm :t0:3 um
It : pm
tKtuu Clty.St Joe A Dorr
tKook LiiuiU s w aninrtou
Ohieego A Des Moines...
Roc Island A Brooklyn Ac
tOt-aba A Koek Island...-.
fcblaago, A Davenport.....
Arrival. tDeparture. xDally, except Sun
fDaliy except Saturday. Ail others daily. Te
a phone IWS
JIL A O, RAILWAY tl
Second Avenue and Twen
IL J. YOTTN3.
I m v a. amvs.
P- I.. hcrLnillleld. Peoria
Onincv via Cialesburw
fiO 0- pm
Chicago via Mendota and
Peoria, toeardstown. Bur
I'netor, Denver and
2:40 pm tl2:ll pm
St. L. K:vs City. Denver!
and Pacific Coast Via
Sterling and points inter
Kafit Moline. Suburban
Si. L, Denver and west. .
Cjlin.n iil Dubuque . ...
I v rt and C'Unton.
Me I. i; 'COO ........
Clinton. iubuaue. La
Crose. St Paul. Mica,
ft Went and N. W
-Ml: 10 am
imiiy. Dally except Snnday.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A
RL ft N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeatn
street, fseorge V. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du-
btnae and points north run
via Illinois ride of river. Traics for Freeport
ana Milwaukee wui run via Davenport, Clin
toa and Savanna
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and went.
ibaimb. I luti. iBBiva
Dubuque and St. Paul. (
Passenger 7:26 am: 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 am; 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul
Passenger 4 Of) pm! 9:15 pm
Milwaukee Kxpress 7:00 am' 9:15 pm
Freeport Kipren. 4:i0 pm' 11:40 am
All trains daily except Sunday.
ROOK 1 3 LAND ft PEORIA
-"Hallway Depot First are
nue and Twentieth street. M
A. Patterson, General Hansen
frer Agent. Passenger train
eave C. R L A P. (Mo
line avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. Fl L. Goff. Agent.
T-AISS. LS4VS ABB1V1 j
fipr'gtleld, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, eta. 100 pm V-
Peoria. Springfield, St. L ! !
la, eto. 8:05 am 0:33 pm
Peoria Express.. 7:35 pm 10;
Peoria, Springfield, Clndn-
ni... 1:46 pm I0-.25 am
Cable Aeoommodatlon..... 70w 0i
Suerrard Aeeom. WriS am 4-M pn
Cable A Sherrard Aeeom.. 1:10 pm Z:0 pa
Cable A Bherrard Aeeom.. 8:38 arc O-
Trains marked dally; all other trains dally
i f ri
I i ii ill isssf -
It's Quality that Counts
In Coal It's quality that makes heat. It's
quality that retains it, it s quality that
xnaxes possible coc mump tion of 00 per
cent of the combustible part of lt.leav
Inx a light, clean ash: lastly, it s quality
that leswins your fuel bills you're not
paying for dirt, refuse or unburiable.
The coal we handle both hard und soft
deMerves all the good thin? e and
our patrons say for it. A ton w LI lal
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
The Real Estate Known
Comprising" sixteen acres situated
between Tnirth-eighth and Forty-second
streets. Fifth avenne
on the south and the Sylvan
water on the north.
This Land is Improved
With one commodions residence
and e'ght cottages. The eleva
tion of the land makes it very de
sirable for residence purposes,
and is one of the most desirable
locations between Rock Island and
Moline for homes for mechanic
employed in Moline or Rock Isl
and and especially for employes
at Rock Island Arsdnal.
The Estate Is for Sale In Whole
or In Part.
For Farther Iaformation Apply to
DR. BYRON GORDON.
The Expert Hat Renovator.
319 Brady street, Davenport.
i a fi. a, ja,i . - i
Chicago Dental Company
W.ll for the next thirty days
make a geat i eduction in prices
on all work such an plates, clean
ing and filling teth; pold and por
celain crowns and bridgework.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Silver Fillings SQq
Gold Plating, Alloy Fillings. . . 75c
Cold Fillings, tl and up $1.00
Gold Crowns (22k) ft up 4.00
Set of Teeth : R.QQ
We are the only Dantists In the
state making f)r. De Hind's Thin
Elastic Rubber Plates. They
are as thin as pressed paper and
do not take up the room in the
mouth that the old heavy plates
do. If you desire artificial teeth,
don't fail to secure one of these
plates made by us only.
Rxamlnaiioa and consultation free Re
member the auurss. lou. Second Avenue,
over SpelUel s lru store, tcock l&land, 1-1.
Have you tried one of
those delicious lee
With the Pure
Or one of tbo.se refresh
ing phosphates that
are only to be had at
Better Drop in and Try
170? Second Avenue.
Holies of Publication Clxancsry
State of Illinois,
Rock Island County. (
In the circuit court of said county to the
September term. A. D. IvOl.
Toe Koek Island Mutual Building Loan and
Savinira aociatlon -vs. Kosetts Ktx;y. Samuel
M. Kbey. Laura W. Wilson. Anna febeeley,
UannaQ C. Uswald. and William C. Oswald.
o mdav.t rf non-resiUencn of Hannah C. Os
wald and Willi m C. Oswald impleaded with
the above defendants Koxetta kbey. Samuel
M. Lliey. Laura K. Wilson and Aan i Sheel.y.
having been Died In tbe clerk's onice of the
c rcult court of the said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendants that ithe complainant
tiled its bill of complaint I in said court, on the
chancery side thereof, oa the -d day of
April. A. D. IU01, and that thereuron a sum
mons Usucd out of said eourt herein said
sui. is now pending, retu-nable on tbe lint
Monday In tUe month of May next, as is by law
Now unless you. tb sa!d non-resident defen
dants alove naned. Haunt C.Oswald and Wil
liam C. Oswald, sbail personally be and
aprear before tbe a:d circuit court on tbe
Hiht dav of tbe next ter-n thereof to be Loiden
at Hock Island in and for said county on the
third Monday in St-ptember next, and plead,
answer or demur to tbe said complainant s
bill of complaint, tbe same and tbe
mattes and tuintf therein charged and
stated will do taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
(iEORGi V. Uamrt.r. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Is'and, 111.. May 14. 1W1.
K. U. Gov in. Complainant's Solicitor.
UnIversAl Mtisfaction tivea by
for tbe Laundry.
DIaests what you eat
It artificially digests tL food and aids
Natura ia strengtheDing and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
eanu. It is the latest discovereddigeBV
aat and tonic No other preparation
can approach It in efflcieccj. It in
stant'y relieves and permanentlj cures
Dyspepsia, IndigistioD, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Sick Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsand
air other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 50c. and tl. Large slse contains IV4 times
mail aise. Book all about dyspepaua mailed free
Prepared by E. C DtWlTT ACO, Cbicag
T B. II. Bieber. Hartz & UUemeyer.
L OF TANNER
Imposins Ceremonial at the State
Capital Yesterday Largely
man iioiiob to his memoey
The Military Pageant Cov.Yates
and Staff in the Pro
cession. Springfield. Ills.. May 27. With all
lh psi-aiiiry of a military fuiiera
and tli rite of the church all that
was mortal of ex-Governor T:iiinr was
f-onsiiied lo mot her .earth yesterday
!u" beautiful Oak IMde -uictery. The
-asket was tiveivd with tlie national
eusiixu aiul with the luutiriil Moral
onerins of his wife and I'uiully. Wiieu
the -aket had been lowered Into the
grave t li- musketry of the I -ill It lu
lantry, Illinois Nationul Guard, rolled
three times over the open grave, aud
trumpeters pounded "taps.
The funeral was one of the largest
at tended ever known in Springfield,
v ltli tlie exception of that of Lincoln
Kvery railroad brought excursions.
FK-ore or prominent poiinchins were
present from all over the state, (lu
every puMie building hi the city the
Hags were at half-mast, and at sun
rise a major general's salute of thir
Uen guns was tired from cannon near
the state house. This was followed at
intervals of half an hour throughoii
theday by one discharge, and at sun
set the thirteen guns were again tired,
I he remains were taken from the
residence of Turuey Knglisu, father of
.Mrs. Tanner, at r::.0 a. m. under iiu
escort of six sergeants of the Firth in
fantry, the engineers and the signal
corp. to the state house, where they
lay in state until the time for beiny
taken to the church. Thev lav on the
first HimmI of the rotunda, guarded by
a detail of the Fifth iufaiitrv. The
rotunda was a mass of rioi-al desiirns.
flags aud black aud white draiiiii
The public was admitted at 8:3u. and
from then until 1: ::o p. m. there was
ji steady stream of people passing
through, ihe number being estimated
i nr pr session wnieu wn to escort
the remains to the church and ceme
tery fomotl at the I.elaud hotel. The
church was crowded with people hold
ing tickets of admission. AYhen the
procession arrived there the troops
presented arms, the colors were
looped, the band played a dirge and
n liattery close by lired minute guns.
Inside the church lli'shop Sevinour
presided. assisted by Archdeacon
Taylor, and the simple but impressive
service of the Episcopal church was
After the service In the church the
march was taken up to the cemeterv.
Governor Yates heading the proces
sion, with his h.t:iff. Among ihe or
ganizations forming the line were
1 .' union coal miners and n Odd
Fellows. At the cemetery Judue I. N.
Phillips delivered a eulogy, the com
mittal service of the church was read
by Archdeacon Taylor and the lone
dictiou was pronounced by Bishop Sey
mour; the soldiers hred the inilt.irv
tliree volleys over the grave, taps"'
was sounded, and John 11. Tanner's
Issly was left to the embrace of the
Shudders at His Past.
"I recall now with horror," says
Mail Carrier Barnett Mann, of Levan
na, O . "my three years of suffering
from kidney trouble. I was hardly
ever free-from dull aches or acute
pains ia my back. To stoop or lift
mail sacks made me groan. l le.t
tired, worn out, about ready to give
op, when I began to use Electric Bit
ters, but six bottles completely cured
me and made me feel like a new man."
They're unrivaled to regulate stom
ach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Per
fect satisfaction guaranteed by Hirtz
& Ullmeyer. Only 50 cents.
Ladles Caa Wear 8hos
One size smaller after using Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
the shoes. It makes tight or new
shoes feel easy; gives instant relief to
corns and bunions. It's tbe grettett
comfort discovery of the age. Cares
and prevents swollen feet, blisters,
callous and sore spots. Allen's Foot-
Ese is a certain cure for sweating.
hot, aching feet. At all druggists and
shoe stores. 25 cents. Trial package
free bv mail. Address Allen S.
Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
Isnflaaaaaatory Kheomatisna cortd la
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind. ,
. r a i
says: "My wiie cau inuammaiory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
4 a M 11
her Doay ana iace were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been in
bed for six weeks and had eight phy
sicians, but received no benefit until
she tried the Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. It gave immediate relief;
and she was able to walk about in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust
Scblegel & Son, 220 West Second
The least in quantity and most ia
quality describes DeWitt's Little
liArly Kiscrs, me iamous pins ior con
stipation and liver complaints. B.
II. Bieber and HartE dk UUemeyer.
Corn 4". 31470.
Hay Timothy, I12H; prairie, tSOtll.
Coal-13 per ton.
Pot a toes 40o-
Butter Choice to fair. 18a: fresh creamer;.
Bens - 0c per pound.
Spring Chissens M.S0 per dozen.
Catti Batchers Bsv for earn fed steers
Sttc&4ttc; cows and heifers, 8c4c; ealvea
h neep t h esjao.
Spring Lambs t?.S0CI4 a head.
rvr. I vrnnia 1 to you Die l.rrath of tialrn 1
That Kixbs from l l.ir.1 bl.s.ni. wet with dfw;
1 be tlsy's flrt da-n ray I wuulU if to join
Tlie tiarlielit'a tl.eery glram. moonlighfi
I would tx i pillow to your fh"k
When toil is dou and tre hath erased to
I would bt the dear dream your soul doth iek,
Tlie dream wlioe joy no waking l:our tan glvs.
Wlien ttrenjrth it ebbing snd the rosd Is long.
I would be the firm ataff williin jour hanU,
A i"illar of cloud in s sun teaten lnd.
A pillar of Are where nig Ill's black shadows
Lant.'at leath's tlirealiold, tenJer. faithful nay t
What need to tell that which heart s Iruth hath
Is not sll said, beloved, when I say,
-I love you." bring wnnian and your own?
Madeline S. Bridges in Woman's Home Com
BETTER THAN LAW.
Jallas Was Stomped. So H Conclad
ed to Ketars the Properly.
"I was in Mississippi during the ear
pet bag days," said the Pittsburg story.
teller, "and one night ut a Hotel I was
robbed of natch ami money. 1 found
out next dav that it was one or the
colored servants, and I went to a jus
tlce of the peace and swore out a war
rant. The justice .was also a colored
man, aud hu didn't seein anxious to do
the right thing. I think he was in with
the thief, though willing to give me a
show. When the prisoner took the
stand, he declared that if he had stolen
anything It was while be was walking
around In bis sleep. The statement
caught bis honor, and be said:
"'How yo gwlne to hold a pusson
sponsible fur what be dots in his
sleep? Dar ain't no law . bout dat. If
Julius dun took dat watcli an money
an didn't know what he was dolu, den
he's got to be discharged from cus
"I was pleading my own case, con
tinued the Iron City man, "and I re
plied to the Judge that the rule ought
to work both ways. If Julius bad tak
en my property in his sleep, he ought to
return it while be was in the.same con
dition. I wasn't blaming him for beiug
a somnambulist and was willing he
should go free, but I should expect him
to enter my room in his sleep that very
night and leave my lost property on a
chair. That was a stumper on judge
and prisoner, and after scratching their
heads and wiggling around his honor
" 'Julius, dis yere case has dun got
mixed up. 'Cordin to law yo' got away
wid tie stuff an can't be held, but 'cord
In to de white man's dreatubook yo's
got to walk in yo'r sleep ag'in tonight
an put yo'r stealings bat k in his room.
Dat will leabe ereryt'ing jest as it
was befo. au It 'pears to me dat yo'd
better tackle some older niaa an do It
wid yo'r eyes wide open.'
"Julius didn't wait to walk in his
sleep again, but banded me my proper
ty before we left the courtroom."
Philadelphia Tress. .
Mrs. Morse? had nererl used a tele
phone until her husband bad one put
Into the bouse so that be might talk
with her from his otHce whenever he
T do just love to talk through the
telephone!" Mrs. Morse declared after
three days' experience. . "The time
doesn't seem half as long from morn
ing till night as It used ti when I never
heard from you."
"I'm glad of that, my dear," said her
husband pleasantly. "I've thought once
or twice from the number of times I
had to ring up before getting any
answer that you didn't enjoy It."
"Oh, no, George," said little Mrs.
Morse earnestly, "but you know some
times when you ring me up I'm busy
aliout my housework with my old
apron on. and of course, knowing how
particular you are, I always like to
unpin my skirt and put on a clean
white apron before 1 begin to talk to
you, don't you see?" Youth's Compan
ion. ITow Flags Wear Oat.
It costs money to fly even two small
flags every day in the year. The two
Email ones on the east and west fronts
of the capitol, each about three yards
long, which is small for such an im
mense btructure as the capitol, fray out
so fast that it costs $100 a year to re
place them. They are darned every
day and on windy days probably two
or three times. Even with all these
economies J 100 worth of fine wool
floats off Into tbe air in such fine parti
cles that never a trace of it can be
found even at the foot of the two flag
staffs. Pittsburg Dispatch. .S&V.
A Dad of 1770. '
From a newspaper printed In the
year li0 is the following description
of a dandy: "A few days ago a mac
aroni made his appearance In the as
sembly rooms at Whitehaven, dressed
In a mixed silk coat, pink satin waist
coat and breeches, covered with an
elegant silk net, white silk' stockings
with pink clocks, pink satin shoes and
large pearl buttons; a mushroom col
ored stock, covered with fine point
lace; hair dressed remarkably, high and
stuck full of pearl pins."
Blinks Lucky man, that " fellow
Winks I don't see how you make it.
Blinks Why, he took out a life in
surance policy for 1,000 and died six
flays before the company' failed. Ex
LettlBar 'Em Daws Euy,
Roberts Have you heard i anything
about Thompson's affairs since the fail
ure? When does he expect to resume? ,
Peters Just as soon as the creditors!
become reconciled to the fact, t hat tfcey
won't get a cent. HarlemXife. 3
The ancient Mexicans' bad' a year Jo f
IS months of 20 days eactus&A?!!
j. ' .
I Some Polynesian languages avejon
' ly BeTenconsonants. jBwV"-
Tuesday at3 O'clock
I .iC yards Mill Lnds of
bst Skirt Cumbrlcs.
ail colors and length,
our moving orloe,
Parasols and Umbrellas.
Plain and ru filed parasols, sales-
men's samples, lack and
T orcd. assorted sizes and shapes
1.50, while they last $1.25
A. Indies' f2 suk umbrellas, fine pearl
' 1 I 1 . . , B ...
nsnuies, iuonuay ana l ues-
day, our moving price ..-... QQ
. Black Taffeta Silk Skirts.
YnnTi need them Decoration day.
iheie is a large assortment of
styles to choose from. Wo mention:
Black taffeta siik skirts, em
broidered with braid 5.00
Fine black taffeta skirts, variously
made and trimmed, stylish gar
ments and unusual gar
ments for g, 75
New store, second lloor. En
trance through our Second avenue
Important offering at moving
1,000 vatds heavy corded Kai Kai
wasn silks, best colors, absolute
ly fast, any other time 4e .
a yard at, per yard 2QC
Very latest. The linen color wash
s'lk 24 inches wide; an ideal fab
ric for summer wear, a regular
dollar silk, to introduce it we
put the price down to
per yard 75c
When a good phy
sician prescribes beer
ior a patient it
Schlitz beer. A phy
sician knows the val
ue of purity.
Ask him how germs
affect beer and he
will tell you that few
stomachs can digest
them. He will say
at once that impure
beer is unhealthful.
You will know then
whv we brew
under such rigid pre
cautions why we
even filter the ar that
touches it; why we
filter the beer, then
sterilize every bottle.
If you knew what
we know and what
your physician knows
about beer, j'ou, too,
would insist on
'Phone 101. Cars.- & Olilweil, r.
ll:ii iM. M oth Ave., Koek Island.
f . fc..
FIR5T CLA5S PUIXMAN SLEEPERS
TRI-CIT1ES and SAN FRANCISCO
W ithout Change.
All tbe Best Scenery of the ROCKY
MOUNTAINS and SIERRA NEVADA by
Daylight ia both directions. ,
DININO CAR SERVICE THROUGH.
BUFFET LIBRARY CARS.
For full Information, reservstions and Itin
erary "Chicago to California" call on or
address Ticket Agent, C. R. I. A P. Rv.,
Davenport, lows, Rock Island or Moline. 111.
' - Notice of fr'lual Settlement.
Estate of Fierterlolt Hucbley. deceased.
lubtic notice is bereby given lual tbe aoder-
ftlened, administrator of said estate, bus
this day tiltd his final rcpoit and
settlement k suub in the county court
of Hock Island ecunty. and that an or
er has been entered by said court ap
proving tbe said rem rt. unless objections
taereto or cause 10 tne contrary uo suowa on
t befo'e tbe l ib dav or June, a. u. ihui, ana
upon tbe tinul approval of said report tbe said
adminiSirator will ask for an order of distribu
tion and will a Uo sstc to !; rJbcbarged. aX
pernors interest-d r nlitled to ultend.
kock isisna. in., niv a mi.
WILLIAM II. DOo.SA.V, AdmlnLttrator
Movlnr Into Their Klegaat Store on Third
Koek Island, and an Determined to Give
Jgp Silk Waists
You'll want to tee these right away.
Beautifully made with hemstitching
and lace, in all the new styles includ
ing the sailor color and fancy collars
They come all black and white
and are priced up from 2.60
New store, second tlior, near ro
tunda. Wash Salts.
This sale continues all week,
quote, very special.
Fancy wash suits of lawn made
French flounce skirt, moving
Beautiful percale suits with accordion
pleated skirt, vest and re
veres of pique 2.98
A dozen other equally low priced
styles of suits, all at moving prices.
New store, second lloor, near ro
tunda. Entrance through our present
Second avenue front.
For Decoration Day and Graduation Days.
As usual we will have an abund
ance of fresh cut flowers for these
days and prices will not be advanced
Leave your orders early to insure
getting what you want.
Half Rates to
And Return VI
Big Four Route
On Account of Sunday School
Association of Illinois.
MAY 28th AND 30th, 1901.
Round trip tickets to Blooming
ton will be on sale on May 27th
and 2Sth, from all "Big Four"
Points in Illinois at rate of one
fare for the round trip (except
no rate less than 25 cents.)
Tickets Good for Return Until
May 31th, 1901
For full information as to rates,
tickets, etc., call on Agents "Big
Four" Route, or address the un
dersigned. Warren J. Lynch, 'W. P. Deppe.
Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt. Asst. G. P.
&T. A. Cincinatti, O.
, the Best Two Wire Tires.
- -''I !
Kelley, Springfield and Star Brand.
Good Morgan A Wriht tires on your
wheels, ti Mze for Sis. sine for 20,
linchelz- for t-'l Office od. Milchell
. A Lynde block. Work done at shop of
tbe Wilson Moline Buggy Co.
KOCK ISLAND RUBBER WHEEL
Ex sen tot's Notice.
F state of Lewis Wilson deceased. -'
Tbe undersigned having been appointed
executor of tbe estate of Lewis Wil
son, late of tbe county of Rock Is
land. . state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that be will appear before
tbe county court of Rock Island county, at
tbe county court room, in tbe city of Rock Isl
and, at the August term on tbe first Mon
day in August next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 15th day or May, A. D. 1901.
L. K. Wilson, Executor.
John VolR & Co
Builders : : :
, ALSO MANUFACTURES OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings,
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, PoUsLod Plate. Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
Full Standard, Hla.-k
and While Oresn
Prints, usually ;c.
moving price, Tues
Carpets, Rugs and Mattings
Will now be found in our new
store, third floor (take elevator).
I .rt 1ST TtYtta V ri 1 1 ti ra rnar
An excellent opportunity for T
those usino floor coverincrs. r
- . o
Verv attractive designs
111 kti ua a
seis, weaves, fast
this sale per yard
A number of patterns to close
at per yard 45c
Kztra Brussels Carpets
A choice line of patterns in parlor,
library and hall designs with
or without border,
per yard 64c
Velvet and Axiuluster Carpets
Soft, lustrous nap, in elegant col
orings and wonderfully service
able, the fl.05 quality
this week 88C
Rags la Carpet Sizes.
Axminiiters, 8 feet, 13-in. x 10
feet 6-in.; 9x12 feet.
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