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THE AEGTJS, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, M9Q3. '
No disease causes so much bodily discomfort, or itches, and burns like
Eczema. Beginning often with a slight redness of the skin it gradually
spreads, followed by pustules or blisters from which a gummy, sticky fluid
oozes which dries and scales off or forms bad looking sores and scabs. It ap
pears on different parts of the body but of tenest upon the back, arms, hands,
legs and face,-and is a
veritable torment at
times, especially at
night or when. over
: The cause of Ecze
ma is a too acid and
general unhealthy con
dition of the blood.
The 'terrifying itching
and burning is pro
duced by the overflow
through the glands and
pores of the skin of the fiery poisons
thin acid blood and cleanses and builds up the general S3'Stem, when the
skin clears off and Eczema with all its terrifying symptoms disappears.
Send for our free book on the Skin and its diseases. No charge for
medical advice. THE & WIFT SPECIFIC CO, A TLANTA, CAm
LEWIS? SO LUG
STRAIGHT jjCIGAR Y
THB TRAVELERS' UUIDR.
CHICAGO. r.JCK. ISLAND
A Pacific K all way Tickets
can be puwhasea at Cltj
T'cket o9Bce. 1813 Second are
duo, or C , R. I. & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty
Peoria branch depot, foot of
Twe "tleth street. Frank H Plummer. C P. A.
Denver Limited & Odudh..
rv Wortb, Denver & K. C.
Davenport & Cnlcaso
tOaaha & Minneapolis....
Colorado & Omaha
pes Moines & Oai&ha
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.
Des Molois Kxpret- ..
St. Paul. Kioneav
Denver, Ft Worth & C.
Kansas City. S t Joe & Calif.
tRocIc Island & Washington
Chicago & Des Moicss. .....!
Root Island & Brooklyn Ac
t 5:-J0 an
t 5:J. SIB
7:50 a ci
r :iw pm
t irJS pin
t & nm
t 8:55 pm
r w:3 am
t 3:00 am
t :52 an:
t 9:25 pm
r 7:10 am
I 3:40 air
i 1:05 pm
t 2:13 pm
It -i31 pa
t 7:10 am
t 9:2f am
Omaha & Des Moines...
tQpaar tuple's, Tipton .
t 6:00 pm
amit 4:30 pm
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Mali.
- us trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes In advance of time given.
LEAVE. , ARRIVE.
8:10 am 9:40 pm
Jl:45 pm 5:55 pm
J9:30 am J4:55 pm
$3:30 pm t:20 pc
H: 45 am
Peoria, Sprlngtteld. St. )U,
- lnetoa. St. JjOua
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cla
Cable A fiheirard Ac com.
Cab)e & Sherrard Accom.
Arrival. tPepartvire iDally. except Sun
day. Pbone West 10B3. West 1128. West 1423.
t.ii'! Quincv Depot Second
'''!i!!llUtliJU avenue and Twentieth street-
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
LEA VS. ABitlVB.
7:30 am fl:3S am
7 30 am t8:35 am
s723 pm 7:10 pm
t7:23 pm 7:10 pm
s7:40 pm 7.-00 am
7:00 am 7:00 pm
87:00 am 7:00 pm
St. Louis, Sprlngiield
- Galestur, Peoria and
Sterling. Mendota and
Bt. Louis, Kftnsaa City,
Denver and PaclBc
Bterllng and polEtl in
termediate . .
Dubuque, Clin tor.. La
Crosse, St Paul, Minn,
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
Stop at Hock Island 25 minutes
Dally. tDaUy except Suniay.
7- V & St. Paul RaUway. D.,
"'M!- R. L & N. W. passenger fcta
If-? 1 1 WA IlKYtT'r tlon at foot of Seventeentfc
fliZV? , street. George W. Wood,
tltJ'" f apeat. The trains for Du-""MS-
buque and points north ru
via Elinols side of r'ver.
Trains for sreeport and Milwaukee will rut
Tla Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for point
eaat and west.
I LEAVE I ARRIVE.
Dubuque and bt. Paxi Pas
senger Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Mllwaus.ee Express
7:00 am 8:47 pit
3:45 pmi 11:40 an.
greeport r xpress
a a trains daiivexoent r jndav
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m, via Inws side of the river
ACME PACKET CO. Dal'y line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OP WINONA
Every afternoon at 8:15.
P. R HOPKINS, Agent.
CARNIVAL. CITY PACKET CO. White
Collar Line Steamers. Summer Sched
ule: Steamr Helen Blair For Muscatine, Bur
lington and all intermediate points Mon
day. Wednesday and Friday a. 4 p. m and
Sunday at 4:30 p. m. for Muscatine.
Stemer Sliver Crescent-For Muscatine
and Burlington by daylight every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 11 a m. Fine
service and low rates. Parties ran go to
Muscatine on eteamer Helen Blair and re
turn on silver Crecent at 10:30 p. m. Fare
for round trip 63 cents.
Fur Clinton, Dubuqtie, La Crosse
and points between, the steamer DU
BUQUE June 13. at 10:30 a. m.
GEORGE LAMONT, A gt.
- OfSce: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
ephones: Old 1105, new 6105.
All the news all the time
ssiin 0:1 FIRE
xn. Iowa x experienced ac times pav-cne on me in
side of my bands that itched ana burned, causing
mucn aiscoEirort. as time went Dy it
grew worse, and I was convi used that
I was afflicted, with Eczema. -I con
sulted several physicians and a num
ber of specialists, and used several ex
ternal applications, receiving1 but
slifrht temporary relief. In February
I decided to try S. 8. 8., and in less than
a month I experienced a change for the
better, and 'Dy May all symptoms had
disappeared, and I found myself entire
ly cured, and have had no return of
the disease bince. W. P. BRUSH.
Manager Stockman's Advertisings Agency.
Station A, Kansas City, Mo.
with which the blood-current is over
loaded. While external applications, sucn as
washes, soaps, salves and powders aresoot hing and
cooling they do not enter into the blood itself or
touch the real cause of the disease, but S. S. S.
does, and nurifies. enriches, and strengthens the
M S 3V 1 0
noc'so - goojoi.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be drst
class in every respect. If you are iu
need of a set of teeth call and bte our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prics below.
Cement fillings 25C
Bone tilling 25 C
Platinum tilling SCC
Silver fillings S0C
Gold fillings, $1 and up $ 1.C0
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, $ 5 and up 5,00
15 set of teeth for 10,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
If yon haven't a reen!ar. Tienlthy movement of the
bowel every day, you're ill or will b. Keepy"Ur
rowels o)e, anJ bo well. Force, In the shape of
violent physic pill roison. la danceroun. The
nioothest. Oii!cit, moot perfect way of keeping
tUe bowels cU'ar an-1 clean is to tako
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Talatalile. Potont, Taste Oood, Do
Oool, Never Sicken. Weaken or Gnpej 10, 25 and
&'i cents per box. Write for free sample, and book
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New Tort.
KEEP YOUrt 0L00D CLEflil
ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE
FiftST AND TMI1U) TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
Direct coo sections at Cincinnati from all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
WRITE FOR RATES.
W. A. BEOKLIR, W. P. A Chicago. TIL
. P. BEOWlf.N. K. P. A. Detroit, Mich.
W. W. DUNNAVANT. T&JL.. Warren. O
CHA8. ZELL. T3. P. A. . .... Cincinnati.
W. C. BXNJBAJiSON'. O. P. A ClnclnmatL
JOHN VOLK & CO..
Also Manufacturers of Sash Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring1 of All
"agle and Double Strength' Window
: Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
Ml AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
fa... - .: a-: j - . -. n
The Tecumseh Tr.be of Itetlnien
ha? seoiii i vl Sehr.et-exi paik f v .1 ...r
1 ;:iid tlie big er.tei taiimuMit
which was to have beer, held Deco
ration duy will b;- held at that time.
The order will s-eiuble tlie ni.ht be
fore the Fourth and the fell jwing
chiefs will be raised: rirj'-.et, Rob
ert Ktrelow; s-ache:r, H. C. .Mc-C'!iirg;
senior tagauiore, II. W. Schr::der;
junior sagamore, L;rii.-; Kutlii; tiiis
lee, (). C. Kogers; chit f o! r; oi.lv, W.
U. Maines;" collector of wampum, E.
I.. Nebergall; keeper of the faith,
Fritz l'.aurose; organist, A. CI. Sami
son. The stockholders of the Davenport
and Suburban company held a meet
ing Wednesday evening after being in
formed that their ; ordinance had
been signed by Mayor llecker ami the
contract waslet forthe construction of
the Oakdale line to" the International
Construction company atid this line
will he completed in less than 12
months. One section of this line be
gins at a point upon North Farnam
street, extends soulh on Farnam to
High; west, on High to Iowa; south on
loa to Eleventh; cast on Eleventh to
LcClairc; south on I.eC'laire to Sixth;
west on Sixth to Iowa; south 011 Iowa
to Fourth street; west on Fourth
to Perry. The other section of the
line commences on Farnam and High
street; runs east on High to (iiaiul
avenue: forth ou Grand avenue to
High; cast n High to city limits and
thence to Eastern avenue, this section
being adjacent to the Orphans' Home
and Oakdale cemetery. As already
announced the company has the con
tract for the construction ;f the
Fourth street line from the western
city limits to Muscatine, including
the power house at lluffalo.
Mayor llocker has issued orders to
the effect that the city ordinance be
rigidly enforced as a mcars of doing
away Vxith the smoke nuisance in the
business p ."tion of the ei ,-. Of late
their has been e-onsid-.M ble oil . laint
on th's aec .wit ami at the !.i meet
ing of the c mmittee of the wh le of
the city couuci'. the iua wa. in
structed ti ee that the ruisance was
abolished. This he intends to do so
far as possible.
Charles Crary, the traveling man
who wais wanted so badly in the last
trial of the l.eonidas case, has been
secured as a witness for the trial that
has been imtitute:! for the son. Ells
worth I'onidas, against the Diamond
.lo Steamer company, and has been
ordered to appear in court September
15. The date for the hearing of the
trial has been set for that time and
the second battle will be taken up.
(ieorge W. lJuher. the young man
who is wanted for alleged embez
zlement from the funds of the Team
ster's union, was taken before' .Tusti'-e
Hall vesterdav morning. The voting
man waived a preliminary hearing a d
was bound over to the g"ai A jury in
the sum of ?-.""(. He was taken back
to jail but stale; that he thinks he
can get the amount of the bail from
his employees at l'eo -ia where he was
found when arrested.
The wedT'rg of Dr. C. W. Kingsbury
and Miss IMai che Cr.n pbell took place
Wednesday night at the hone of Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Campbell, parents of
the bride. 1S20 Ilrady street. Kev.
Moore officiated at the wedding and
only the immediate friends and rela
tives were present. The house was
prettily decorated and at S o'clock
the bride and groom took their posi
tions before Itev. Moore who spoke
the solemn words that made them
man and wife. They will leave Mon
day for a wedding1 trip. l'.oth the
bride and groom are well known in
the city and have a host of frie-nds
who will extend congratulations.
All insane man was taken from the
streets yesterday and locked up in
the city jail. When found he was a
raving maniac and when taken to jail
he tore every particle of clothing
from his body. He was finallv sub
dued and taken to the county jail
The only tiling that can be learned
from the man is that he claims he is
God and that he has spent five years
In heaven. The authorities are trj
ing to identify him.
Charles Guff, who works on the isl-
HEISKEll S OINTMENT imt all dlmm .f tb
kin, even when all ether medletnM fail. At drag
f lata aUe. Johuaton, llullowajr C., rblladelphla.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental New York
Agricultural ...New York
Traders Ins. Co Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co ..Rockford, 111.
Security Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn,
ns. Co. State of Illinois. Rockford, 111.
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
s low as consistent with security.
Genuine stamped C C C. Never sold la balk-
Beware of the oealer who tries to sel'
MwtatiMa just u eowSU
and, received the terrible news yes
terday that his wife had been burned
to eleath at St. Louis. The informa
tion brought no particulars. Mr. Gulf
has gone to St. Louis. The family
formerly resided in It:ck Lland.
a BACK OF NEW LINE FROM".
FENTON TO THOMPSON
Articles of incorporation for a new
branch of the Ptulirgtc n t extei.l
from Fenton to Thompson, to
fotm a connecting link between two
divisions and to be km vvn as the Fen
ton Thompson ISniLtSiy company,
have been tiled. The capital ttotk is
$100,000 and the incorporators and
first board of directors are H. W.
Weiss, Hinsdale; C. V. Carpenter,
Downer's Urove; J. A. Conneli and J.
M. Deering, of La Grange, and C. M.
Dawes, of Chicago.
The UurJiiigton has a large force f
men at work on the line between Den
rock and l'.arstovv, repairing the track
lo make a good roadbed, with the ob
ject, it is said, of engaging extensive
ly iu the coal hauling business. Ad
ditional switch tracks are being pro
vided and other facilities arranged for
quickly handling the product of the
new coal fields the company has re
cently purchased, and which it is pro
posed to put on the market in the
north and west beginning next win
ter. TIPS TO TRAVELERS
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
niirghara and New Orleans. Two fast
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
A select party is being organized to
go to lostoit to attend the X. E. A.
meeting. A very pleasant and eco
nomical trip east has been outlined,
leaving here duly 1. As most of those
going will visit some time in the east,
no effort will be made to return in a
body. Supt. H. Ik Hayden has charge
of this party, and if you would like to
join it he would be pleased to give
any information regarding same.
1).H5 to IudlnapolU and Iteturn.
On account of the M. V, of A. meet
ing in Indianapolis the ('., H. I. & I,
railway will sell 011 .lime i:i anil 11
round trip tickets at the rate of $'.!.'.
Choice of routes and the best of train
C It. & U- Kallwur Spx-Iat Kxrnralon
Tune 1 to Sept. at), St. Paul and Min
neapolis and return. $12.
June 1 to Sept. Til), Denver, Colorado
Springs anil Pueblo and return. $20.7.1.
dune Jti and 17. St. Louis and return.
July 20. 21 Wnd 22." Minneapolis and
July 1 to 10, Denver, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo and return, $24.2.1.
July 1 to 1( San Francisco and Los
Angeles and return, $.10.21.
'Phone 1P0. C, P.. tv Q. depot. Twen
tieth street and Second avenue.
Are you going to Colorado? We
have the trains and the low excursion
rates. Are you going to California?
We have the trains, and July 1 to 10
will have low round trip tickets on
sale. Do you wish to go north, or
east, or, in fact, anywhere? If so,
call or drop us a line and let us fig
ure on your trip. F. II. Plummer, C.
1. A., IS 13 Second avenue.
To llonton and Itetorn at One Fare
for the round trip from Chicago via
Nickel Plate road, for Christian Scien
tists' meeting in June. Tickets on
sale June 2.1, 26 and 27, with extended
return limit of Aug. 1. Stop-over at
Niagara Falls, in either direction,
without extra charge, and at New
York returning on payment of fee of
$1. Xo excess fare charged on any
of our trains. Write John Y. Cala-
han. general agent, 113 Adams street,
room 2'.)8, Chicago, for detailed inform
meeting in Boston .Tune 2S to July 1.
It will be to your advantage to ob
tain rates applying over the Xickel
Plate road before purchasing else
where. Xo excess fare charged on
any of our trains. Tickets on sale
June 2.1, 26 and 27. Final return lim
it Aug. 1. Call on or address John Y.
Calahan, general ngent, "113 Adams
street, room 298, Chicago, for partic
ulars nfl to stop-overs, train service,
19 From Chlraajo to lloston and lletnrn
via Xickel Plate road, account meet
ing of Christian Soientists, June 28 to
July 1. Tickets on sale June 25. 26
and 27, with open return limit of July
1. By depositing ' tickets : with joint
agent in Boston on July 1, 2, 3 or 4,
and payment of fee of. 50 cents, ex
tended limit returning until Aug. 1
may be obtained. Stop-over at Niag
ara Falls, in either tlirection, without
extra charge. Xo excess fare charg
ed on anj- of our trains. Three trains
daily. Through vestibuled sleeping
cars. American club meals served In
dining ears on Nickel Plate road;
also meals a la carte. Address John
Y. Calahan, general agent, 113 Adams
street, room 298, Chicago, for reser
vation of sleeping car space and oth
Otto Kckhard, Bancroft, Iowa.
Rocky Mountain Tea has put new life
into me. Shall always keep it, in the
house. Makes sick people well. 35c.
T. If. Thomas' pharmacy.
Moline's new hotel the '.Manufac
turers' wa. opened 1 the public it
nix 11 y.'steiday by F. F. Leaver. the
manager, and upwards of l."o pcot.Ic
partook of the first meai served in
the handsome new hostelry. No ex
pense has been spared in providing
the city with the most model 11 house
in the. state o ltride of Chicago.
TJie ".Jones - Co." campii g club has
been oianized composed for the most
pait of south side or St; artville
boys, who will have their camp at
the foot of Fourteenth street. Kock
river. "They will all wear white suit.
(at least for a tim?) jir.d large straw
hats. Hmil Uostbe-g, who has had ex
perience as cook for the Rock Island
railway, will be the eh'ef cook, and
the- boys are exp-ct'iig elining-car ser
vice three times a dry. On the
strength of this they give it out that
they will welcome their friends who
may visit them. Here is list of the
club's oflicers: President. S. P.erg
strom; vice president. Charles Kose
berg; secretary-treasurer, S. Uansoin;
chief cook, Fmil JJoseberg; chief
flunkey, Henry lluyvaert.
I'd win Fisher and Fliner Wiberg, a
compai,:oii, had an exciting experi
ence Wednesday. Kdvviii and Flnier
went to a box car in Xatick yards
in the Dunning to see-tire sweep
ings from some of the box cars
which had been emptied .f loa" of
wheat. From these sweepirgs the
boys secured fine fodder for their
chickens. While' they were in one of
the cars, somebody came along and
edosed and locked the door, and it
was impossible for the boys to get
out. They yelled and kicked the door
to give the alarm, but no response
came and soon the car was switched
into a train, and began hitting off the
miles toward the tising j tin. At eve-y
stop every effort was made to attract
attention, but without avail urtil Shef
field was leached, when a stnt'on
agent heard their calls, released the
boys and put them on a train to Mo
line. They arrived at S:-,( last night,
after having gone the day without
food. Their parents were greatly re
lieved whin they returned. Both boys
live iu the cast end in Healy's addi
Miss Anna Ilelander and Max Fo
gal, both of South Moline. were
quietly married at 3 o'clack Wednes
day afternoon at the parsorage of
Kev. H. O. Holmgren, assistai t pastor
of the Swedish Lutheran church. Al
ter the ceremony had been concluded
a sumptuous wedding supper was
served at the bride's home and many
beautiful presents were left for them.
Mr. and Mrs. Fogal will go to house
keeping in a cosy home at Sheridan
Mrs. Amanda Louise Wolley. wife of
James L. Wolley. died at Chicago Wed
nesday at her home. 716 Walnut
street. She was the daughter of M.s.
Lottie Carlson. 412 Fl?venth sti et of
this eitv, and is also survived bv three
brothers, two in Moline rind one in
Members of a committee from Ora
ham post met with the cemetery
board yesterday afternoon and 1I1
cided upon the extent ef the grounds
to surround the soldiers monument
at Riverside. The city is grading the
hill back of the monument and N
about to plat the grrund for sale.
B. A.. Miller, the contractor, has
purchased through Goodman v Push
the planing mill nt Twenty-third
street and Third avenue frcui Fisher
iv- Morse, where he will go into busi
The preceedings which had been
commenced for the building of ten
miles of sidewalks by special assess
ment in the city of Moline" were elis-
missed bv Judge Painienter on mo
tion of City Attorney Kohler, as the
city doesn't desire to go ahead with
the improvement at this time, a rew
ordinance being in process of prepa
The barn on the property of Mr
Wilcox recently purchased of Charles
Lundquist on Forty-third street, wtis
entirely destroyed by tire Wednes
dny'evening at 10:30. Mr. Wilcox had
moved his furniture out of the house
into the barn, where he was going to
live, having rented his house to
Charles Skinner, who moved here
from (Jeneseo last week. The fire
was discovered by a company of
young people who were having a
moonlight picnic at. a camp near, and
they gave all the assistance possilr'e
but everything was lost.
For the next three days Moline will
entertain a large number of the Odd
Fellows of the state, and the 300 mem
bers of the order in Moline will have
their hands full taking care of the
visitors, who will In here for pleas
ure as well as for work in connec
tion with the Patriarch Militant con
clave. During today many members
have arrived. Public services were
held in Swedish Olive hall.
Driven to Deaperatlon.
Living in an out of the way place,
remote from civilization, a family is
often driven to ksieration in case of
accident, resulting in burns, cuts,
wounds, ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply
of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the
best on earth; 25 "cents, at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
now Are Tear Kidney f
Dr. Hobb" BnArarua P0' cot Ml kldncr tlln. Pstn
jfr Nt. Aod. hurling Hewed Uo..Cbiowoor M. T.
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Now Is The
to paper your rooms. We have a large assortment of
both cheap and high grade papers, which we are selling
at the lowest prices in the city. We also have a large and
complete force of workmen. All kinds of painting ami
papering promptly attended to and satisfaction guaran-
PAR.IDON (Si SON. $
V.: vnes Old Union 213; new 5213. 419 Seventeenth St.
Before selecting "the place for your summer vacation you ought to send
for a copy of our "Handbook of Colorado." This handy little book does not
attempt a description of the wonderful scenery and climate, but it does give
definite information in regard to the resorts, hotels, boarding houses and
ranches in Colorado.
It tells where they are located, how they are reached, what the principal
attractions are, the cost of board by the week and the month, the namea
and addresses of the proprietors. At many of them capital fare and
excellent quarters can be secured at from $S to $10 per week and upward. 4
People of moderate means can well afford to spend the summer in Colo
rado, as the Burlington Route will sell ticket throughout the fefeason at about
half the regular rates on certain days even less than half. Delightful
side-trips can be made from Colorado to the Black Hills and to Yellowstone
Park at little cost.
FRANK A. HART, Passenger Agent,
Office, C. B. & Q. R. R. Depot, ROCK ISLAND. ILL. Telephone, West 1180.
IROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
X EOCK ISLAND, ILL. t
Incorporated Under tlie State Law. 4 Per Cent X
X Interest Paid on Deposits. X
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Keal Estate Security.
X J. M. Buford, President.
John Cruhaugh, Vice President.
X P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890,
occupying t. i-. corner 01
Mitchell A r.vnfl! new ViiiilfJini?.
GREAT BARGAINS IN DIAMONDS.
Watches, jewelry, musical instruments, clothing and unredeemed goods of
every description. Money loaned on all the above mentioned articles. Sie-,
gel's Pawn Shop, 320 Twentieth street. 'Phone CCS brown.
The Tas. Boss Stiffened
Gold Watch Case is made of
two layers of Solid Gold with
a layer of Stiffening 2iI-.-til between
welded and rolled together into one solid.
sheet of metal. The Jas. Boss Case is a
Solid Gold Case for all practical purposes.
The Stiffening Metal simply adds
strength and durability. The Boss Case
is guaranteed for 25 years by the largest
watch case makers iu the world, who have
been making it for a full half century.
Every Boss Case has the Keystone trade
marl: stamped inside. Ask any tlealer lo
show you one. Write us for a booklet
telling the whole story.
Tho Keystone Waich Case Company, Philadelphia.
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