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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1902
rublished Daily and Weekly at 1624 Second
irenne. Rock Island, I1L Entered at the
ostoClce as Second-class matter.
BY THE J. W. POTTER CO.
TERMS Dally, 10 cents per week. Weekly,
11.00 per year in advance.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political r religious, must
nave real name attached for publication. No
ucb articles will be printed over fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town
hip In Rock Island county.
Thursday, May 2s.
Democratic C'oantjr Convention.
The democrats of Roclc ItJand county, Illi
nois. sr hereby notlaed thai a deaooorstle
county convention will be held at Turner hall,
in the city of Rock Inland, Wednetdsy, June
11, 1102. at 1:30 o'clock p m . for the purpose
of electing delegates to the state, congres
sional and senatorial convertiors; to nima a
county central commit tee consisting of one
member from each precinct, nd to non.lt ste
candidates for the offices of county judge
county clerk, sheriff, county treasurer aid
county superiotcndint of schools, and to
ei press a preference for minority representa
tive. If the convention so desret Also to
elect a chairman of the democratic county
Each township, precioet aod ward in the
county or Rock Island shall be entitled to rep
resentation In said ccunty convention, on the
basis of one delegate or vote for each 26 votes
or major fraction therof cast for Hrj an and
Steventon at the last presidential election. In
each towDKbip, ward or precinct, on this
bas.'a the various townships, wards and pre
c'ncts of said county shall elect delegates to
(aid democratic county convention as follows:
No. of Del
2nd ward 12
No of Del.
Buffalo Prairie 5
Canoe Creek 2
Coal Valley 4
EilglDf ton. No. I 2
Edgington. No 2.... 2
Hampton, No 1 4
Hampton. No. t 2
Hampton, No. S 2
Port Byron 3
So Mollne. No. I.. .
So Mollne. No.!.... 2
So Rock Isiacd .... 8
3rd ward IS
Ub ward 9
."ith ward 10
6th ward 12
7th ward !
1st ward 7
3rd ward... 6
4th ward 6
5th ward 0
Oth ward 14
7th ward- 4
Black Hawk 4
The caucuse to elect delegates to said
democratic county convention shall be
Be'.d In the various towm-hips, wa'ds or
precincts Saturday, June 7, 1 602, at 8 p. m.
The townsbip committee men are heiedy dl
reeled to arrange for the holding of caucuses,
and they are authorized to issue calls there
for, designatiri; the places where such cau
cuses shall be be d andpbangicg the hour to 3
p. m. if desired.
Meetings to choose deegatcs fhall be held
in each ward or Mollne and Rock Island. Sat
urday, June 7th. at 8 p m. at the usual voting
placer, as arranged. by ths committeemen and
the procedure thill be as follows: Ballots
from residents of the ward who declare their
intention of voting the dtroocratic ticket
shall De received between the hours of 8 and
9 p. m., each ballot to contain as many names
at the number of delegates to be selected and
those receiving the' highest number of votes
shall be declared chosen. Members or be
county committee thall set as judges, togeth
er with any others th.t may be selected by
the caucus. A list or all persons voting at the
caucus, together with the residence street
address or each, shall be kept by ths judges
and returned to the county convention wi h
the credentials or the delegates.
Meetings to choose delegates may be held
In each ward or Moline Saturday, June 7. at
8 p. m. at the places designated by the call or
the chairman or the county committeemen or
Moline or at such other time and date as their
call may direct.
At all caucuses so held there shall be select
ed one member of the demosra 1c county cen
tral committee for each precinct Represen
tation of township and precincts on the
county central committee is limited to one
member each, and caucusfs fating to elect
same shall not be entitled to representation
on the county central committee.
T. R. Lr.cs,
Chairman Democratic County Central Com
Gtf. E. Ml.'KUAX,
For Legislative Nomination.
At the solicitation of many friends I here
by tannounce myself a candidate for the
nomination for minority representative
subject to the decision of the democratic
convention and invite the support of those
who deem me worthy. W. R. MOORE.
The undersigned, a lite-long democrat, at
the request of many friends, wishes to an
nounce himself a candidate for minority
representative in the legislature, subject to
the decision of the democratic convention,
and solicits the support ot all friends to se
cure said nomination.
G. P. M NABNEV.
I am a candidate for the office of minority
representative, subject to the decision of
the democratic convention, and solicit the
support of all democrats.
T. A. PENDER.
After due deliberation and responding to
the wishes of numerousot my friends I have
determined to announce my candidacy for
the nomination for minority representative,
subject to the decision ot the democratic
convention, and invite the support of all who
deem me worthy.' W. C MAUCKER.
I am a democratic candidate for minority
representative, subject to the coming demo
cratic county and senatorial conventions.
for County Treasurer.
The undersigned, a lite long democrat, at
the request of many friends, wishes to an
nounce himself a candidate for county
treasurer, subject to the decision of the
democratic convention, and solicits the sup
port of all friends to secure said nomina
tion JOHN S. CORNS.
Three years ago Hev. II. G. Hose
camp, of Kokoino, I ml., was given a
block of supposedly worthless mining
stock by a friend who posed as a prac
4U N 1 6HiA BL
just sold the
St. Louis is out after the national
conventions in 1004. Leaders of both
parties are being urged to choose that
city as the place of the convention.
The fact that the Louisiana exposi
tion will open in 1D04 is being used as
When an editor makes a mistake,
Xewspaerdom declares, thj entire
country knows it. A preacher's mis
takes are either forgotten or'' ex
cused, a lawyer's killed by his sten
ographer, n baker's eaten, a coal deal
er's burned, and a doctor's ' buried,
but the editor's are always bobbing
up. If by chance the editor's mis
takes should be forgotten for awhile,
they are sure to show tip the first
time some one opens up the office file.
Congressman Sul.er, of New York,
recently had nn interview with Pres
ident Uoosevelt in the course of which
the' latter expressed anxiety to know
what was thought of him in the Km
pire state. "You are strong ...there,
Mr. President. In fact, 1 heard a
number of your party say there not
long ago that your name would go
down to posterity linked with that of
Washington." The president, evident
ly much gratified, said: "Washington,
eh?" "Yes. P.ooker T., you know,"
aid Stilzer, in an explanatory tone.
The Itight Hon. Charles Owen
O'Conor, better known as the O'Coimr
Don. who was 04 years old on May 7,
would be the legitimate claimant to
the Irish throne were there one. He
claims to Is? able to trace his lineage
in unbroken succession to the last of
the Jrish kings. 'His father was the
first Homan Catholic member for the
county of Itoscommon since the re
formation, and he himself succeeded
to the same seat in his twenty-second
year, holding it continuously for a
couple of decades, until the Parnell
movement drove him out of public
life.' He is an Irish privy councilor
and he held a seat in the royal com
mission that inquired into the finan
cial relations bet ween "(ireat Hritain
Mrs. McKinley Carries Her Point
Mrs. McKinley has made one re
quest of President Koosevelt, who
readily granted it. Dr. Phillips, the
late president's family physician,
sought to have Thomas I!. Flatterly,
a relative, appointed postmaster at
Wooster, Ohio. The xliticians op
posed the appointment, and even Sen
ator Hanna had indorsed another ap
plicant. Ilanna pressed his favorite
and it began to look dubious for Fla
terly, when the widow of President
McKinley sent a letter to the White
House, in which she urged that Flat-
terlv be retained another four years.
President Uoosevelt sent Flatterly's
name to the senate. Mrs. McKinley
states that it was the first and it will
be the last time she will intercede for
That Growing Butcher's Bill.
The army appropriation bill as
passed by the senate amount to a
round $100,000,000. This is about $40,000,
0OO more than the entire expenses of
conducting the federal government in
1S0O when we were carrying on Indian
wars; when the country covered the
same territory on the continent that
it does now Alaska excepted, and
when the population was about one
half what it is now. lint the size of
this army appropriation bill is not to
be wondered af, after all. It is, to
be s-ure, more than four times as
much as was annually appropriated
for the army for the six years from
ls'J4 to 1.'J inclusive. It is indeed
fclO.fXiO.OOO more than was appropriat
ed for l'.MK) to cover the military side
of our war with Spain.
Hut the war excwJitures of coun
tries once committed to a policy of
aggression and annexation at the ex
pense of unwilling icoples, who live
a long way oft" and can- only be "killed
and burned" and "made to want peace
badly" by carrying large armies over
thousands of miles nf sea to do it, are
It was John Bright who said to his
countrymen when they were grumbl
ing at the big Crimean war budgets:
"if we must kill we must pay the
Found 20,000 In Gold.
A jxt of gold, supposed to have
been buried during the civil war and
worth about $J0,00O, was recently
found in an old spring by a poor far
mer. No doubt the discovery brought
him much happiness, but really noth
ing when compared to the happiness
enjoyed by sickly people who have
been restored to health by Ilostet
ter's Stomach Hitters. This sover
eign remedy is backed by 50 years of
cures, and is highly endorsed by
many prominent physicians through
out the country. It is a specific rem
edy for stomach, liver, kidney and
bowel disorders, such as headache,
heartburn, loss of appetite, indiges
tion, constipation and biliousness.
He sure to try it. The genuine must
have our private stamp over the neck
of the bottle.
What Thin Folks Need
Is a greater power of digesting
and assimilating food. For them
Dr. King's New Life Pills work won
ders. They tone and regulate the
digestive organs, gently expel all
riiii.-i.Tlu f 4 1,. Anflnli 4li
MlliJUII.l . 11 OJOlVIHt 1111 IV. 1. Lilly
blood, improve appetite., make healthy
a i- i n - . -f t - p - mi
lie nn. vsujy ijc ut uaru at unc-
tical joker. lie has
stock for $500,000.
The influence of the mind over the
body has been recognized by physicians
for many years, but tbey have never
been able to take advantage of it In
treating patients except in change of
scene and such general recommenda
tions. Tony Hums was a lusty young
farmer, perfectly healthy except for
an occasional stomach difficulty, which
would at times become so severe that
It was thought he might die. One
stormy afternoon Tony was attacked
by his trouble and bis brother Hen scut
off for the doctor two mihs away.
The roads were knee deep with mud,
the doctor weighed nearly K iouuds,
and the buggy was very light. Two
hours elapsed, after Hen's departure,
and there was no sign of his return.
The room In which Tony was lying
overlooked the road for half a mile,
and he kept those in attendance upon
him runniug to the window to see if
the doctor was not in sight. Every
time he was disappointed his pain grew
worse and his groans louder. At last
he cried out that if something were not
done for him immediately he would die.
"Suppose I try hot water," said Lis
"Go and got it." he groaned, "but let
it not be too Lot. because I couldn't
stand it. He careful to get it just right
or you will kill me."
"It mi. Lucy," said the mother, "tc
the kitchen and get some hot water and
I.ttcy, a girl of fifteen, was scared out
of her senses and by the time she
reached the kitchen got it into her
head that it was cold water she was to
bring, and. as it was not cold enough,
she put in a piece of ice. When she
reached the sick e-hamlier with It, her
mother Lad gone out of the room, and
Tony, between groans, directed her to
put the cloth In the water and lay it
on his stomach.
"Oh. heavens!" he moaned as he fell
the ice water. "Now I am done for!"
He closed his eyes to give up the
ghost, but somehow the ghost did not
care to be given up, and there came
upon Tony a perfect relief. Doubtless
it came from his mind Laving been di
verted. "The doctor he Is coming!" cried Lis
"He has been so long about it he
might better keep "away,1' remarked
"What a time they are having, and
Low they sink into the mud! tJood
gracious! The buggy is overturned
and the doctor down in the mud!
This was too much for Tony, who
got out of bed and went to the win
dow. "This won't do," said Tony. "I must
go and help Ben.
"Buf what will the doctor say? He'll
never come again when we want
"You get into bed, Lucy. I'll, tell
him that you are the Invalid."
Tony hurried down to his brother's
assistance. When Hen saw hint com
ing, he dropiied the doctor, whom he
Lad nearly got on to his feet, thinking
ffis brother Lad died and Lis ghost
was coming toMipbrnid him for hav
ing lieeu so long in bringing relief.
But Tony put his finger on his lips
and when he reached hia brother whis
pered: "I'm all right. Say it's Lucy
who is sick." Tony then ran to the
fence and got two rails, which they
placed crosswise under the doctor's
Lack, and, each putting a shoulder to
an end, they raised the ponderous man
to his feet.
"I thought jjou were sick," said the
doctor to Tony. "Have I been brought
over this villainous road on a fool's
"It's Lucj-." said the invalid.
The doctor looked surprised, but said
nothing. They got Lim into the buggy.
Ben took the horse by the head, but
the load was too heavy, so Tony went
behind and pushed. In this way they
got the doctor to the Louse, and, tak
ing up Lis bag of medicines, Le went
to the sick chamber. There laj" Lucy,
covered up to the neck, very much
frightened at the part she was to play
and dreading lest the doctor would re
sort to some desperate remedy.
"H'm," he said, taking her wrist in
his fingers: "very rapid pulse;" then,
taking the hand that had been dipped
in ice water: "Circulation very low.
Where is the pain?"
"In the stomach." said Lucy.
"Lucky I brought my stomach pump
with me," said the big man.
"Did I say stomach? Not that. It's
in my chest," said the pntient, paling.
The doctor put his ear down to her
chest and listened.
"You've probably got pneumonia.
This is just the weather for pneu
monia. I expect I'll have it myself be
fore I get home."
He brought out so many vials that
Lucy was again terrified. .
"I think it has gone Into tny arm,"
"Your arm? Why. it's nothing but
rheumatism. To think of my having
been brought out in all this wind and
rain to treat a diseasevhieh I have
most of the time myself! You don't
need medicine. Wear flannels."
"Indeed I will, doctor," said the girl,
The doctor went down stairs, ready
to storm at the brothers, for bringing
him out to treat a simple case of rheu
matism, buC found them concocting a
steaming bowl of punch. The big
man's wrath subsided before the genial
sight, and he was soon regaling him
self with the beverage.
"You must be careful with Lucy." Le
said. ..'.That rheumatism which ekius
about from one part of the body to an
other is very dangerous. It might go to
the h?art. That nieans,deatb."
Then he drank another glass of punch
IN BUBAL SCHOOLS
County Superintendent Ferguson
has fixed uMn the places where the
commencement exercises for those
pupils successfully passing the final
examinations will be held. Carbon
Cliff, Coal Valley, Poster, Adelphia
(Coe.) Crinnell (South Moline,) Edg
ington. Pleasant Kidge church (Howl
ing.) and Andalusia have been desig
nated. The dates of all have not
been set, but the exercises will be
held at Carbon Cliff on the evening
of Friday, June C, and at Coal Valley
on the evening nf .lime 7.
The others will take place as soon
after the above as possible, probably
during the following week. Siipt.
Ferguson will attend nil the exer
cises and will take with him some
person competent to speak on school
topics, whose address will form the
principal number on . the program.
The music and other features will
be left largely in the hands of the
teachers of the schools from which
the pHpils are graduated. Com
mencement exercises for the country
pupils are something new and this
will be the first attempt to make
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
$1.50 Peoria and return Friday, May
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Queen and Crescent fast line to
Birmingham and New Orleans. Two
fast trains daily.
Only through car line to Asheville,
X. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Peoria parks are as beautiful as
any in the state. See them, Friday,
May 30, only $1.50.
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
One fare plus $2 for the round trip
to a number of points in the north,
west aud southwest on June lid and
ITth via the C, II. I. & P. railwav. -
Peoria has more points of interest
than many larger places. Co tin the
excursion via IJ. I. Sr 1. railway Dec
oration day and see them all. Only
$1.50 round trip.
r. , j . . . . i ,
,$4rt.00 for round Irlp ticket to Sai
Francisco or Los Angeles and $47.5(
to Portland via C, II. I. : 1'. railwav
May I'Ttli to June 8th. First class
with stop over privileges both going
and returning. Call at city office,
isi:t Second avenue.
l'uget Sound is one of the most fa
vored portions of our. country. Its
history is fascinating, its scenery
wonderfully grand, its industries and
commerce varied aud wealth-making,
its climate moist, balmy, cool and
life-giving. "Wonderland 1002," the
Northern Pacific's latest annual has
an account of this region that will be
interesting, and valuable as well, U
everybody -.young and old. Send
Charles S. Fee, general passenger
agent, Northern Pacific, railway, St.
Paul, Minn., six cents for the book,
and you may be surprised to learn
what a favored land there is away up
in the northwestern corner of our
Woodman I'lrnlo Kkrnrslon.
via C, M. & St. P. Kailway conipany
to Itockford Wednesday, June 4. Train
leaves at 5 a. in. Make your arrange
ments to go and have a gind outing.
Fare $2 for round trip. For full in
formation call at depot.
S. B. STODDAIU). Agent.
1. L. HINK1CIIS, Com. Ag't.. Daven
port. f. M. & St, 1 Hallway
Decoration day excursion via the
C, M. & St. P. railroad to Itockford,
111., Friday, May 30th. Train leaves
at 7:15 a. m. There will le two
games of baseball between llockford
and Cedar Kapids. Make your ar
rangements to go and have a good
day's outing. Fare $1.50 round trip.
For full information call at depot.
S. B. STODDAIiD, Agent.
P. L. IIINBICHS, Com. Agt., Daven
port. Mt Clrmrns. the Mineral itath City
Is reached without change of. cars
only hy the Grand Trunk railway sys
tem. ' Timetables and a beautiful de
scriptive pamphlet will be mailed free
on application to George W. Vaux,
A. G. 1. & T. A., 135 Adams street,
Stand I.Ike a Stone Wall
Between your children and the
tortures of itching and burning ec
zema, scaldhead or other skin dis
eases. How? why, by using Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, earth's greatest healer,
Quickest cure for ulcers, fever sores,
salt rheum, cuts, burns or bruises.
Infallible for piles. 25c at iiartz fc
lew Are Ter Kldeers t
1r. Hobm-JrriMrnrUIrnreall lllwj Ills.
pit Xre. Add. blerliug BeiaeUy Co..C!iicao ocN.Y-
MISS DESiMOKE. CHICAOO. (I:
It quickly eradicates all trace of scalp bacteria
which la the cause of hair fall'ng. dandruff and
baldness. NO SCALP CAX BE HEALTHY ANT
NO HAIR CAN BE BEAUTIFUL WHEN
CONTAMIXATHD WITH THESE DISEASE
BREEDING CREATURE3: they undermine the
hair and devour all the nutriment or life-sap of ths
scalp, without Tvhich the scalp dries up and peals
off. forming dandruff and causing the loss of hair.
DAXDER1XE IS THE ONLY REMEDY IN THE
WORLD TILVT WILL DESTROY THESE
GERMS; it penetrates the scalp thoroughly, carry
lug with, it aU the necessary properties to quickly
regenerate all the impoverished parts. It rebuilds
the lost tissues of the scalp and renews the grcrerth of
the hair in every case. A few applications will miks
the hair fairly sparkle with new life and vicor. It
makes healthy hair grow twiie to three times as fast
as it does normally. Three sizes
at all druggists. 25c,50cand$1.00
per bottle. Bo snre you get the
ger.uino, uiado only by the Knowl
ton Danuurine Co.. Chicago, 111.
We hero show the i:iicrobe that
causes Dandruff, Itching, Hair Ts
liug and Coldness.
to show how quickly lanlorlne
acts. The Knowlton Iiamlcrino Co..
Chicago, will semi a lame sainnlc frwo by rt'turu
mail to anyone who sand us tins advertisement
with their name and adilress aa l 10 cents la
Silver or t tamps to i;iy iiostatre.
For sale by
W. II. MARSHALL. HAUPEU HOLSK
it is old
CAHJJ. BELT & CO.. Baltimore. Md.
A. H. LI ITT,
Distributor, Koi'k Island.
A nJ see thatyt grr.V.
A WOMAN'S GLORY
is a beautiful head of hair.
Nothing is mure discouraff
intf than to liavc tins crown
in jf gift of nature become
thin, Kray or t a tied. It olten
prevents advancement in
business or in a social way.
Many women have lot the
opportunity ot a desirable
marriage because they h.id
wi:. remove every trace of rrravrics and baldness and
ritively restore stray h-ir to its youthful colcr,hether
it be brown, black or golden. Not a dye.
Ask tor Hay's Hair-Health and refuse all substi
tutes. H.H.H. is soid by leading drusists everywhere.
Sent by express, prepaid, in plain scaied package, by
liNoos Si-pn.v Co., Jir,, liroaciway. N. Y-, also a r;c.
cake Harfina Medicated oap, test soap fur toilet,
bath, skin and hair. All ;n itccipt ot ope. and thL ad.
LARGE 5Cc. BOTTLES. AT ALL DRUGGISTS',
PESS &!!D lim
qturkly t horn by &a lnvUibltt dtic ; hclfMrars as trlRr
help Trt. Mufic, mnvcrMium, whwpr heaM
sf.djuatin. used ud indorsed by pbTU
tor iUiutrstcd book oi V-attuiOsUsais, tS pages, o
For sale by T. H Thomas. 1W Second
fcvenue. A. J. Riess, Fourth avenue and Twen
ty third street Marstlxji. Second avenue,
Helmbeok, 9i4 Third avenue.
bror urunKennesst aim
JL l "j-w a Curryspor
h .iinliHpnt inl
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Your Life awavl
You can be cured of aor form of tobacco uiuz
easily, be made well, stronp, m.iirnitic. full of
new life and vigor by taking MO-TO-BAG,
that makes wealc men strong. Many grnia
teu pounds in ten da vs. over BOO.OOO
cured. All druggist. Cure guaranteed. P.ook
let and advice FREE. Address STERLING
REMEDY CO, Chicago or Mew York. 437
' Administrator's Notice.
Fstate of Anton Joseph Walter?, deceased.
The undcrs'gned having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of n ton Joseph
Walter, late of the county of Koclr Island,
state of Illinois, deceased hereby Rive notice
that he will appear before he county court
of Kock Is and county at the oouDty cnirt
room, ia the cilv of Kock Island at the July
term, on ih first Monday in Ju y next, at
which time all peraona having cllis against
said estate are notified and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same
U persons Indebted to said estate are r
q fated to make Immediate payment to We
Dated this Si'.h day of May. A. D. IWi
K. lltLrBicK, Administrator.
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Jl Pure Rye lUfiisKcy
vv I I
Wonderful Clearing Sale
For the next 10 days before the hottest weather comes, we will give
you the best possible opportunity to paper your rooms at little ex
pense. ONE HALF OFF AND BETTER
NKW WALL l'APKRS this season's pooils-n-.t old out-of-date stuff.
Your choice at only ONK-llALF 1KICK. The loss is ours.
A few wall papers left from last seasonat your own price.
Severa.1 good patterns, only 2 cents
Some better patterns, svt 3 cents
High gra.de pa-tterns. a.t 5 cents
ONLY FOR NEXT 10 DAYS.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
312-314 Twentieth Street.
to retire from tlie slioe business I liave plac
ed my entire stuck on sale at prices never
before olfered before in Kock. Island.
A reduction of 75c to $1.50 will be made on
all our hili rade up-to-date men's and ladies'
In tliis stock there are 200 or 300 pair of
men's liigli rade shoes not strictly up-to-date
in style but ,will make a ood work shoe in
shops and factories. The former prices were
:J.OO to $0.00. Our closing out prices, 9Uc, $1.25
CENTRAL, SHOE STOKE.
C. O. D. STEAM CLEANING
AND DYE WORKS
In connection with
E6e,NEW PANITORIUM CLUB
Steam cleanS njr and dveinj; of clothing, curtains, gloves,
blankets, furs, carpets, dress jjoods, etc.
SUITS STEAM KI) AND PRESSED, 1.50.
Don't forget that we keep your clothes in jood condition
and shine your shoes every day for $1 per month. Try
it and you will be pleased.
g NEW PANITORIUM CLUB.
g Tel. 1045. Ed Dubinsky. Prop.
S lOO'J Second Avenue.
r Goods called for and delivered to any part of the city. J
ls w 1 fr
That is riht and up-to-date.
Kijht prices. Best oods.
Come and see.
George F. Schmale, Proprietor.
. "C,' -it. '" yyy
rtnni i ""
Y. WARD, Myr.. Itoek, Island, 111.
1712 SECOND AVENUE.
Opposite Spencer Square ,
Means new papering time and
both arc here. Spring decorative
ideas arc always the prettiest.
. The most decorative line of artis
tic, and practical wall papers is to
be found at our store. Then
prices are also an added induce
ment. You should call at our
store before buying.
Paridon (L Sorv
417 Seventeenth St. Phone 17515.
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E.ETAIL LIQUOR STORE J
Corner Seventeenth street and
Third avenue. ?