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THE AT? GUTS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 14 190
M'CASKRIX & JICASKRIN,
' Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Is
land officVin Eengston Block. Milan
office on Main street.
IT. C. Connelly. E. D. Connelly
CONNELLY & CONNELLY
Attorneys at Law.
Money' loaned. Office 1710 Second
. JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Rock Island National
V. L. Ludolph. Robert R. Reynolds.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. 1705 Second
avenue, Buford block.
E. D. Sweeney. C. L. Walker.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office in Bengston block.
C. J. Searle. C. B. Marshall.
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Mitchell & Lynde block,
Rock Island, Illinois.
M'ENIRY & M'ENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security,
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office room, 12, Mitchell & Lynde
WILLIAM M. WALKER,
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. Real estate,
insurance. 1714 Second avenue.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of
women and children, also diseases of
eye, ear, nose and throat. Office
hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
321 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
N. M. MOORE, M. D.
Honrs 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to
4:00 and after 7:00 p. m.
Occulist and Aurist.
Entire attention given to eye, ear,
nose and throat. Hours. 9 to 12 a. m.,
1 to o p. m.; Sunday, 9 to 11. Phone
5054. Now Illinois theatre, corner
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours 8:30 to 12 m., 1:30 to
5:00 p. m. 219 Eighteenth street.
Opposite Union office. Telephone
Architect and Superintendent.
Skinner block, second floor. Office
hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 5:30 p. m.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Fowers and Designs of all
kinds. City store, 1807 Second avenue.
Telephone 610. t
SAWED BUILDING STONE,
ASHLAR AND TRIMMINGS
A SPECIALTY. -
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
Btone does not wash or color
the wall with alkili, etc.
Plans sent us for estimate
will receive careful attention
and be returned "promptly at '
our expense.' !
-Quarries 13 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. fc Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
.BMDGE STONE, CORN CRIB
BLOCKS AND FOUNDATION
STONE, ANY SlZE DESIRED.
Sample of stone and photos
of buildings can -be seen at
Room No. 12, Mitchell t &
Lynde's building.' Address:-:
Bok Island or Colona,'!!!.
Invitations have been issued for the
marriage of.Miss May Weir and .less"
Thomas, which will tccun Oct. 2 at
the home of . Mrs. Mary Weir, flO'.l
Iowa street. ...
Dr. H. ('. McClorg has succeeded
Joseph Smiley as director of. the Te
cuniseh Tribe degree team. 1. O. 1". M.,
upon the resignation of the latter.
Desk Sergeant Tileliein is "-one?
more at his post of duty, after a de
served K) days vacation, which he
spent visiting relatives! amWrhsfld ifl
News has reached this city of the
death, near Mct'airsland, Friday, of
Stephen Kirtley. a well-known Scott
county farmer, who sprung from a
long line of pioneers. The deceased
was born and reared in Scott county,
and was years of age. A wife, two
daughters and several brothers and
sisters survive him. The funeral oc
curred yesterday at Mct'ausland. l
Prof. .1. Romberg, president of the
Lutheran college at Uoenham, Texa.
is visiting Uev. Paul .1. lltmge. of the
First (ierinan Evangelical Lutheraf
church.- He occupied the pulpit of
the new Lutheran church on Fifth
and Oak streets Sunday evening.
William R. Maines left Saturday
night for Dps Moines, where he -will
attend the 'great council of the lm-
THI THAW ILEK8' UUIOS.
"CHICAGO. RfCK ISLAND
V jtpacinc Hallway Tteteu
can be purchased at Cltj
T'cket office, 181 S See tod ave
nue, or C, R. L 4P. depot
Fifth Tsue foot of Tblrty-
dfst tr,tt. Peoria braiich depot, rot oi
Twentieth streev Frank H. Flumicer, C P. A.
t 3Ah am
i 2:66 km
t 7:00 pm
Ft- Worth, Denver & K. C-i
Davenport & Chicago
;Omaba & Minneapolis...
Colorado & Omaha
Oeu Moines Jt Omaha
t.Dver, Lincoln & Omaha
t 0:25 am
t 3:00 am
t 6:52 am
t 9 25 pm
t 6:30 am
t 8:25 pm
t 3:20 pm
t 7:40 am
t 0 SS mrr
Oea Molnea Kxpreas ;
St. Paul & celnneapolla
Denver, Ft Worth & K. C.
(Kansas City, St Joe & Calif.
Utoclc Island & Washington
5blcao Dec Moir es
Rook Island & Brooklyn Ac
tCmha & Rock Island
El Paso & San Francisco..
tCfdar R- pida. Tlpion
t 2:1 pm
t 6:00 pm
t 4:20 pa-
BOCK ISLAND AND PKORIA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieth street station Main
line traits start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 10 minutes In advance of time given.
LBAVB. . ARBJ V
Peoria, Springne4. St L.,
40 42 pm
Peoria. Snrlnrfieid. Indian
apolis. Cincinnati. Bioom-
UJgM7U, O. UliU ........
Peoria Express" ...
Peoria. Indianapolis, Cin
1 45 pm i5:55 pnr
X 2:20 pm
3herrar4 A eoommod ation
Cable & HOerroru AC com.
Cahle & Sberrard Aeeom.
Arrival. ttetarwr IDBily. except Sue
Jay. Phone West 1063, West 1128, West 142.
CHICAGO, BUKUNUlON &
Quincy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street
M.J. YOUNG, Agent
ao:50am 6:35 am
W 0 am fn:35 am
t2:50 pm tl2:Il pm
s73S pm 7:10 pm
7:25 pm 7:10 pm
6:20 am tfl:20 pm
s7:40 pm fl:25 am
7 00 am 7:00 pm
87.00 am 7KX) pm
tit Louis, Springfield.
Galeshurg, -Peoria and
Sterling. Mendota and
Peoria. Beardstown, Bur
lington, Denver and
St Louis. Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points In
termediate CiMt Molina f suburb an) . .
Dubuque, Clinton, La
Crosse, Et Paul, Minn
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
Stop at hock Island 25 minutes for tnealn.
Dally. Daily except Sunday.
& St Paul Railway. I.,
R. L N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street "George W. Wood,
agent The trains lor Du
buque and points north run
. Tllfnnla i . f t rlvr
n..t. trw VrMnnrl ud Milwaukee will run
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east anu w oat.
Dubuque and St Paul Pas
Dubuque aad bt Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
Free port Fxpress
All trains dally except Sunday,
w- --, l
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ACME PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all points between.
. Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 8:15.
J. R. JOHNSTON. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For His
catine. New Boston, Kelthsburg.Oquaw
tea and Burlington.
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday At 4
VJ"Tf- T0BAC42O SPIT
UUIM I f.MOKE
T 1 Your Life away t
YOU CakltCDRd Of Si form of taharrn ..
easily, be made well, wtroog, magnrtic, full of
new me ana vigor ty takinfr MU'TO-BAO,
that makes weak men strong. Many gain
ten pounds in ten dirt. Over BOO.OOO
cured. All druggist. Cure euaraatped. Book.
W-t Ann ttritrb-n WW UTtHi'r rm
JiRMEDY CO. Chicago or New York, 437
For Drunkenness and
nrm-ii flivlfr of Kpil Men. which wilt
be helil Tuesday ami-Wednesday a I
the capital. Mr.. Maines is a member
of the committee on laws and appeals
ana in revision oi niws.
Attorney Liis Hlock lian returned
frni I)e- Moines, where He has been
sitting hn the examining Ixiard which
lias been lo'oking- over- the aspirant
to the practice tf law.
The articles of incorporation of
theThicrislans A Petersen Dry Cood-
company hare been filed for record
with the county registmr of deeds.
l'he incorporators 41 re Carl l.imislans
and .lulius Petersen, and are Ihe suc
cessors of Krnse & Petersen, 'of :il!
West Second street. The firm is cap
italized at $10,000 and its object is th.
dealing1' in dry goods and notions. The
officers of the new firm are Carl 15ug
islaus, president and treasiirer, .luli
us X. Petersen, vice president and
At St. Joseph's church at 9 o'clock
this morning, Hev. A. Niermanu -offi-cfatinjr.
occurred the marriage f
Miss'lda llild, daughter of. Mr. Ig
natz Mild, to Henry l'eckmann. of
Mayor Becker officiated In police
court yesterday morning. He tried
the cases of two women who had dis
turbed the peace and of two others
charged with being inmates. The
mayor presided with grace and dig
nity. He will -occupy the bench for
the period of Mr. Fmger's vacation.
which will last this-week. and which
he will spend in the north visiting
with his relatives at - Parkston.
At his late residence, 2::o West Fif
teenth street, at 1:4.1 o'clock yester
day morning, occurred the death of
Henry Iturch at the age of 64 rears
'l'he deceased leaves a wife and one
daughter, Mrs. .1. W. Carlisle, of Far
go. S. I)., also two sisters and one
brother to mourn his loss. The fu
neral services were held this after
noon at 2 :.'( o'clock from the lat
home. James F. Ochiltree died at his
home, 122 Sturdevant street, Sunday
Deceased wa63 years of age and had
resided in this city for the p;ist 1.1
A defective chimney set fire to a
frame office building on the property
of, the Tri-City Iron Sr Metal works at
11 o'clock yesterday morning. Astili
alarm summoned the tire department
and hose companies Xos. 1. 2 and 4.
with the Central house hook and lad
der, responded. The blaze was en
tirely confined to the roof and was
extinguished by the use of chemi
cals with a damage amounting " on
ly a few dollars. The Tri-City Iron
& Metal works is owned by Charles
lirady hnd is located at Fourth alul
I-e Claire streets. The concern but
recently moved there from Second
Hil l I.e Claire streets, where the sash
and door factory is going up, and
yesterday morning the first fire in
the stove in the office was kindled.
Almost immediately the fire from the
shavings which were being built ig
nited the ceiling and the prospects
for n few- moments were that it
would be a disastrous fire. Mr.
Ilrady hail no insurance upon the
A. K. Ilurleigh and Iladley llcasley.
who have been visiting at their old
homes in Kurope, are expected to ar
rive in Davenport today. They arriv
ed in New .York on the steamship
Mr. and Mrs. S. P.. Lafferty left yes
terday noon for Minneapolis via Chi
cago to attend the meeting of the Na
tional Association of Manufacturers
of Agricultural Implements and
The 4Sth annual convention of the
Kvangelical Lutheran synod of Iowa
will en at St. Pair's Lutheran
church this evening.
The Pastime club was taken to Lin
wood Sunday by the steamer Henne
pin, and in spite of the rainy weather
they enjoyed themselves greatly.
Music 011 the tcip was furnished by
Ignatz Schmidt, John Hayes and Wil
liam Mullen, on violin, guitar and
The receipts of the Davenport post
office for the past jiarter were $23,
041..1.'!, which is nearly . $3,000 more
than for the corresponding UHrter
last year. Business at the postofflce
is. constantly increasing and indi
cate a corresponding increase in the
size and business of the city.
Miss Kate Cosh entertained 23 la
dies at. cards and supper yesterday
afternoon and evening -at her home
on West Thinl ' street. Progressive
cinch was played at three tables. The
guests were from Davenport nnd Mo
line. At cards the first prize was won
by Mrs. Wilson, of Davenport. It was
a beautiful Hariland hina plate.
The second prize, a (iibson head. In
burnt wok1, was awarded to Mrs. La
Kash, also of Davenport, 1 and the
booby prize, n plate of fine desigi-,
went to Mrs. Toll, also of this city.
An elaborate supper was served. The
house was decorated with plants and
A westbound Kock Island freight
and a switch engine came together in
the west end of the city this morning.
Roth .locomotive were pretty badly
Hone bp "and" will bave to be serit to
the shops. 2fo one Was hurt, fortu
Miss -Mary Keator departed -last
night for Tacoma, Wash., where she
will enter a boarding school. - -
Mrs. Julia Mills Dunn will depart
abont the 20th of this month for Los
Angeles, Cal., where she will visit un
til Christmas time.
Rev. Crumbaker has returned to
Lexington. 111., to his mother's bed
side. She is very sick and death is
John Pierce and family departed
Saturday afternoon for Camp Point,
where they will visit for a few days
before going to Fitzgerald, Ca.. to
make their home. '
Mrs. H. W. Cooper and Mrs. Harry
Ainsworth were unable to go to the
state convention of the Daughters of
the American Revolution yesterday
morning on account of Illness in their
families. Mrs. Deere. Mrs. Butter
worth and Miss Could are in attend
ance. Alexander Butter died at his home;
242S Fifth avenue, at 6 o'clock yester
day morning, after a long struggle
with chronic nrenic poisoning. He
was removed from the city hospital
last week, where he had undergone
two operations and seemed to hav
a good prospect for recovery when
the end suddenly came. Mr. Butter
was born at Bridgend of Brewlands
(llenisla. Scotland. Aug. 10, 1S-M). He
was married Nov. 12. lStllt. to Miss
Margaret S. Barnet, of Dundee. Scot
land, who died April 14. Dec.
31, 1SS.1. he married Miss Agues Mar
shall, of Dundee, Scotland, who sur
vives him, with four children by bis
first wife: Mrs. Frank MKelvie, and
the three sons. Will. Dona I I and
Announcement was made yester
day by the Moline Plow company that
the option held by the company on
the llenney Buggy company plant at
Freeport has been relinquished. Th?
company will not purchase the plant.
A conference was held over the deal,
which was the cause for its falling
through. D. C. Stover is at preseut
at the head of the llenney company.
Mrs. 'Ada (ireen. who has conducted
a boarding house in this city, died
Sunday morning at the city hospital.
Her age was 2"J years. Her remain-
were shipped this morning to New
Vandals have committed such seri
ous depredations of late at Ihe Maple
('rove school house near Prospeci
park that a reward of $10 has been
offered by the school directors for
the conviction of the marauders. A
sjmilar reward oflO is offered by
the township trustees for the con
viction of anyone molesting thH
building or any other in the town
ship. The depredations since Satur
day include 'the breaking of windows,
the tearing off of water spouts - und
other acts too disgusting to mention.
D. A. Jones, father of W. A. and D.
A. Jones, Jr., is very low at his
home, 707 Seventeenth street, and his
death is feared at any time. For two
weeks he has taken practically no
nourishment and has been 'kept - alive
only bv heart stimulants.
The 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
V. W. Palm, of 700 Fifth avenue, died
in Chicago last Saturday, after a four
weeks illness with typhoid fever,
The funeral was held yesterday af
ternoon at 2 clock at the home.
Yesterday morning a gascdine stove
which Mrs. 11. II. Fellows, of 32-1
Nineteenth street, was endeavoring
to fill with gasoline while it was
lighted, exploded, setting her clothe-
afire. Luckily the blaze was extin
guished before it got a good start.
Her hands were Idistered and her
Yesterday Kngineer Mapledoram
received the way bill for the two cars
which' he had been expecting to ar
rive any day. They are at least in
Chicago, but it won't be but a few
days before "they reach here.' The
Peoples Power company has complet
ed the hanging of the feed wire from
the power plant, and now all -that is
left--is to make the connection. put
the cars on the track after their ar-
rival and collect fares, The date of
openi ng ean not be decided -vipon as
it now all depends- on the arrival of
the cars. : . .
'1 i o '
Saturday afternoon, at 5 O'clock, in
the parsonage of the Christ Protest
ant Episcopal church a quiet wed
ding took place, the high contracting
parties being William Wallace Vena
mon, of this cityi and Miss Kdith
IVoper, of Tiskilwa, III., Dr. Bu'rreil,
of that church, officiating. The at
tendants were Uea Trocier and Miss
Florence Proper, a sister of ' the
bride. There were only a few rela
tives present. The couple will go to
housekeeping' in 'a new home prepar
ed by the groom near the Xatick
yards. The groom is-a carpenter by
trade and a popular member, of the
Naval Reserves. He is the-swn of Con
tractor Venamon. - -
Wtel th Kidneys.
"When they are afflicted, life Is in
danger," says Dr. f Aberhethy, the
great English physician. Foley's
Kidney Cure makes "Found kidneys.
All druggists. ' ' '' "- - '
Subscribe for The Argus.
Me Left TLem.
On the afternoon of Winslow's fi
parturt for Denver he was paving bl
bill, when he called Willie, hanging
"I want you," he said slowly, glaring
Into the boy's eyes, "to go uiwtairs and
see If I left my toothbrush and comb in
my room. Toothbrush and coinb, tooth
brush, toothbrush, toothbrush! Don't
forget what I want, boy," and hurry,
too. dot to get my train."
"X-no, slr-r; y-yes, sir,' chattered
Willie. . -
AYInatow lmnir nlniiif- tmrtlentlY.
watching the clock like a hawk. Onlyfl
two minutes to spare. Just as he
caught up his bag to depart Willie
came on a dead run across the floor,
his face aglow wltb the sense of a lofty
halssion well performed.
"Yes, sir," he cried eagerly, "you left
Winslow gazed at his empty handed
emissary. His lips moved, but 110 words
came forth. Then, with an inarticulate
snarl, he stepped into the waiting car
riage. Kansas City Journal.
Flah IHunlnK Bait Ip tlhe Line.
How on earth or In the water fish
contrive to blow large baits three or
four yards up the line has yet to be
explained. It Is a common thing to
find large slabs of pilchard bait used
for pollack blown "right up the line by
large -fish. This happens only when
the pollack Is Itself hooked. I have re
cently found -that large bass serve one
the'sauie trick." writes n corresiondent,
but'fn this case the bass, whieb Is a
knore cunning fish - than the pollack,
KometinU'S gets away. To realize the
Immense difficulty of such a feat let
auy cue put even a piece of paper on a
hook and endeavor tho blow It up the
line with a bellows. Much more difti
cult It must be wiyi the resistance of
the Water, and by what muscular ac
tion the fish contrives it I know not. I
hnre searched the textbooks in vain
for some bint on the subject. London
The Word lMcnle."
Few people know the original mean
ing of the word "picnic." It is to be
found set out in the London Times of
a hundred years ago. "A picnic sup
per consists of a variety of dishes. The
subscribers to this entertainment have
a bill of fare presented to theui. with
a number against each dish. The lot
which bo draws obliges him to furnish
the dish marked against it. which he
either takes with him in his carriage
or sends by a servant. The proper
variety is preserved by the talents of
the maitre d'hotel, who forms the bill
of f:'re. As the cookery is furnished by
so many people of fashion each strives
to excel, and thus n picnic supper Ilot
only gives rise to much pleasant mirth,
but generally can boast of the refine
ment of the art."
Where lie It ode.
A schoolboy who was going to a par
ty was cautioned by his father not to
walk home if it rained and was jjiven
money for cab hire. It rained heavl
ly, und great was the father's surprise
when his son, in spite of the instruc
tions he had received, arrived home
drenched to the skin.
"Did you iiot take a cab as I or
dered you, Alfred";" the parent asked
"Oh, yes; but when I ride with you
you always make me ride inside. This
time I. rode on top with the driver.
Say, dad, it Was grand:' Utica Ob
server. A Wonderful Echo.
At a watering jdaee in the Fyrenees
the conversation at table turned upon
a wonderful echo to be heard some dis
tance off on the Franco-Spanish fron
"It Is astonishing," said an inhabit
ant of the Garonne. "As soon as you
have spoken you hear distinctly the
voice leap from rock to rock, from
precipice to precipice, and as soon as
It has passed the frontier the echo
assumes the Spanish accent." Pearson's-Weekly.
Knlichta of Old.
The knights of the days of chivalry
were so well protected by their armor
that they were practically invincible
to all ordinary weapons. Even when
dismounted they could not be injured
save by the miserlcordfa, a'thln dagger,
which penetrated the chains of the ar
mor. In more than one battle knights
fallen from their horses could not be
killed until their armor had been bro
ken up with axes and hammers. .
"If all sick people had good cooks,"
says the London Hospital, "how much
greater might be the proportions of re
coveries!" - The value of the patent
foods which are advertised so much
lies largely, it says. In the ease with
which they are prepared for the table.
A HaslC Partner.
A. That woman who just went out
Is the partner of your Joys and sor
rows, I suppose.
B. She's partner to my joys all right,
but when it conies to my sorrows she
flips over to see her mother.
Rodrlck Say. old man, you have
been through the ordeal of proposing.
What does a fellow do after he pops
Van Albert Why, he questions pop,
of course. Chicago News.
la Ilia Drtini,
Hewitt When I was on the boat the
ether night, I had a lower berth, but I
dreamed I was sleeping in the 'upper
' .Jewett Sort of -overslept .yourself,
eh? - ' v
Good manners Is the art of making
those people easy with whom we eoii
verse. Whoever makes the fewest per
sons' uneasy Is the best bred In the
company. - . "
Through j0i) -oxlte
BETWEEN ROCK ISLAND AND THE
EAST, WEST, NORTHWEST AND
Standard and Tourist Sleeping cars to California and Pacific Coast
BEST DINING CAR SEKVICK.
Rates always as low as the lowest. Make reservations. Secure tick
ets and get full information from the agents, 1813 Second avenue, or
Thirty-lirst street or Twentieth street depots.
WHEN YOUR DISEASE LINGERS
Consult Dr. Walsli the' Celebrated. Specialist
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That have become chronic; that make Men. weak, nervous and des
pondent; that poison your blood and produce eruptions on your skin; that
sap and drain your vitality; that rob you of your ambition and will power,
exhaustive drains, sleeplessness; nervous debility and lost manhood;
that cause Women to suffer from neuralgia headache, indigestion, consti
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piles, kidney, stomach and liver diseases. .
We have cured during our eight yearti in Davenport must prove to you that
our cures are permanent. There are few doctors that have the ability to
cure chronic diseases. You must remember that over 60 self-called spe
cialists have located during- the past few years in the tri-cities and have
made extravagant claims to cure chronic diseases, and they left behind
them broken promises and failures. Therefore,' if you want to insure
yourself against loss of money and obtain health, consult Dr. Walsh, for
he has been long tried and has proven a success when others have failed.
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ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated under tlie
" State Law.
Morey "Goaned on Personal Collateral or Eeal Estate Security.
OFncERS v' " ; DIRECTOES--
Buford, President. It. R. Cable, P. Green await,
John Cruba ugh. Vice President. John Crubaugh, Ph.l Mitchell,
v P. Greenawalt,' Cashier. H. P. Hull, L Simon, -
Began the business July 2, 18S0, E. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford,
and occudtId? S. E. corner of Mitch- John Volk. - - -
ell A Lynde new building. '
i: hnv CP-.
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To Wall Paper Buyers
We have decided to close out the
balance. of our spring stock at a sac
ritice, and for the next GO days you
can buy good, new Wall Tapers (no
shelf worn goods) at special values
all the way from 2c per roll up. We
have a large force of practical paper
hangers and painters and all work
intrusted to us is given our personal
attention. Trices the lowest in the
Paridon (Si Son
417 Seventeenth St. ' " Phone 4753.
3 Per Cent Interest Paid
Solicitors Jaekson and Hnrai.
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