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THE AEGTJS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1903.
Fair tonight and Sunday;
Temperature At 7 a. m.44;
at 2:30 p. ni. 40.
Makes you think
Of getting a stove.
See the Buck line shown
At Clemann & Salzmann's big store.
Stoves at Wilcher's.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Iteldy Bros.
Kobb's cab or 'bus same price.
Tri-City Towel Supply company
For real estate and insurance, IS. J.
Good cook stoves from $4 up. Jones'
second hand store.
Diamonds on payments to good peo
ple. Jones' loan otlice.
All kinds of stoves at all prices at
Clemann & Salzmann's.
(iiiod heating' stoves from $- up.
Jones' second hand store.
All kinds of coal for sale at the Kock
Island Lumber company.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
Sieinon, 152G Fourth avenue. Union 283.
Boarding house outfits com
plete on payments. .limes' second
The new full waists at Met 'a lie's are
the snappiest and swellest seen so far
A napkin shower in MeC'alie's linen
department. Their ad shows some
For a nice up-to-date suit or over
coat go to Filter & C'o.'s. Prices rea
sonable. Some samples of the horse show-
Services in he various churchvs
trill be held as follows tomorrow:
Emanuel Baptist church, 447 Forty
fourfh street, Kev. II. W. Beed, pas
tor. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.; O.
L. Benway, aeting superintendent.
Swedish Baptist, corner of Twenty
first street and Fifth avenue. Breach
ing at 10:45 a. m.
First Baptist, corner Third avenue
and Fifteenth street, Kev. II. W. Reed,
pastor. Morning subject, "Other's
Unbelief Xo Cause for Doubt." - Even
ing subject, "The Power and Wisdom
of God." Sunday school at 9:30.
B. Y. P. IT. at 6:30 p. m.
McKinley Baptist, Sixth avenue and
Tenth street. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
German Lutheran, corner of Twen
tieth street and Fifth avenue, Kev. C.
A. Mennicke, pastor. Services at 10
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Grace English Lutheran, corner of
Forty-fourth street and Seventh ave
nue, Kev. C. E. HofTsten, pastor. Serv
ices at 10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p. in.
Swedish Lutheran, corner of Four
teenth street and Fourth avenue,
Kev. J. A. Nywall, pastor. Services
at 10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
Zion Swedish Lutheran. 4525 Sev
enth avenue, Kev. J. G. Dahlberg, pas
tor. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
p. in. Sunday school at" 9: 30 a. m.
German Evangelical, Xinth street,
between Fifth and Sixth avenues, Kev.
F. Trcfzer, pastor. Services at 10:30
a. m. Sunday school at 9 a. m.
First Methodist, corner of Fifth av
enue and Nineteenth street, Kev. R. B.
Williams, pastor. Services at 10:45 a.
ni. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Epworth League meeting
at i:3 p. m. Morning subject, "The
Light of the Body is the Eye." Even
ing service conducted by Presiding
Elder J. W. Frizzelle.
German Methodist, corner of Sixth
avenue and Fourteenth street, Rev. F.
Jj. Litzrodt, pastor. Services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
9: 15 a. m., J. J. Helg, superintendent.
Epworth League at 7. Junior League
at 2 p. in.
Edgewood Tark Methodist church,
Kev. J. I?. Rutter, pastor. Temporary
services corner Fourth avenue and
Third street, Moline. Preaching at
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 9:30.
Wayman A. M. E. Mission, Thir
teenth street and Fifth avenue. Serv
ices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sun
day school at 1 p. m.
Free Swedish Mission, corner of
Eleventh street and Fifth avenue.
Sunday school at 3 p. in. Services at
3:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes
day at 8 p. m.
Memorial Christian, corner of Third
avenue and Fifteenth street. Rev. O.
V. Lawrence, pastor. Services at
10:45 a. in. and. 7:30 p. in. Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at
6:45 p. m. Dr. Ada McNeil will speak
at evening service.
Central Presbyterian, Second ave
nue, between Fourteenth and Fif
teenth streets, Rev. William Torrance
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Young People's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
Preaching services at 10:45 a. in. and
7:30 p. m.
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
pue, Kev. W. S. Marquis, pastor.
In "the Churches
millinery, the latest fancy of fashion,
just received at McCabe's.
A delayed shipment of ladies lisle
hose at McCabe's. The October price
is marked 10 cents per pair.
If you are after quality, get your
next trunk or leather bag at Trunk
Factory, 220 Brady street, Davenport.
Coin's opening day, Saturdaj-, Oct.
24, 317 Twentieth street. Souvenirs
given away. Call and - see the new
We handle the celebrated Buck's
heaters and ranges. See the immense
line at our store. Clemann & Salz
mann. Our hot blast stoves are guaranteed
to give satisfaction. See this line be
fore buying elsewhere. Clemann &
The Union Mission rummage sale
closes tonight at the rink on Six
teenth street. The receipts for yes
terday were $200.
Lew Shaw, the fancy billiard and
pool shot, is to give an exhibition at
the Hock Island Club this evening, be
ginning at 8 o'clock.
We handle the best line of stoves on
the market today the Buck line. See
our immense display in our big stove
department. Clemann & Salzmann.
If you are looking for anything in
the line, of furniture or carpets, see
Clemann & Salzmann's big display.
They can save from 10 to 20 per cent.
Kobert Hill has sold his Elm street
residence property to Thomas O'Neill,
chief boiler inspector for the Bock
Island road, the consideration being
We have what you are looking for
in a stove or heaters, and Ave guaran
tee you will be satisfied in every re
spect. Get our prices. Clemann &
First annual ball given by Watch
Tower camp 327, W. W. A., at
their hall. South Hock Island, Satur
day, Oct. 17. Tickets 50 cents. La
Teachers of Hawthorne school, in
appreciation of the presence of mind
of Janitor George Kale in discovering
and extinguishing a fire in the base
ment of the buildincr the other after-
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni.
Sunday school at. 9:15 a. ni. Morning
subject, "The Master's First Message."
In the evening the. Young People's as
sociation will celebrate its 21st anni
versary. There will be a special pro
gram, with reports of the year's work
and addresses by the retiring presi
dent, the new president and the pas
tor. Young People's meeting at 6:45
South Park Chapel, Presbyterian,
Elm street and Fifteenth aveuue, Rev.
Y. S. Marquis, pastor. Sunday school
at. 2:30 p. ni. Holy communion at 7
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic,
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth ave
nue; Rev. J. F. Lockney. pastor. Mass
at 8 and 10:30 a. m. Sunday school
at 2 p. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. in. Mass
ami sermon at 9 a. m. for the 1'elgian
First Church of Christ. Seicntis
Twenty-third street, between Seventh
and Ninth avenues. Services at
10:45 a. m. Sunday school fol
lows morning service. Reading
rooms in London building on Second
avenue open daily except Sunday
from 12 ni. to 5 p. m. Topic for con
sideration, "Probation After Death."
Trinity Episcopal, corner of Sixth
avenue and Nineteenth street. Rev.
R. F. Sweet, D.D., rector, (not officiat
ing). Rev.F. A.IIeisley.priest in charge.
Holy communion both at 7 a. m. and
10:45 a. m. Sermon and music with
latter service. Even1 song and sermon
at 7:3() p. m. Morning subject, "A
Consideration of Sin." Evening, "The
Work of an Evangelist." Friday serv
ices at 9 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni." Holy
days at 9 a. m.
Trinity chapel, corner Fourth ave
nue and Seventh street. Services in
charge, of clergy of Trinity church.
Sundays even song and Sunday
school, 2:30 p. m. Wednesdaj-s, even
song and address at 7:30 p. in. Holy
communion, first Thursday of each
month at 7:30 a. m.
Aiken Street Union Chapel, South
Rock Island. Sunday school at 3 p
m. Services every Tuesday at 7:30
United Presby teriarf, Third avenue
and Fourteenth street; Rev. D. L. Mc
Nary, pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. Y. P. " S. C. E. at 6:45 p. m.
Preaching' in morning by Dr. William
Torrance, and in evening by pastor.
Bethel Presbyterian Chapel, corner
Twelfth street and Eleventh avenue.
Dedicatory services at 3 p. m.
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, cor
ner of Second avenue and Fourteenth
street; Rev. Thomas Mackin, dean and
pastor. Mass at 8 a. m. and 10:30 a.
ni. Vespers at 3 p. m. Sunday school
at 2 p. m.
St. Mary's German Catholic, corner
of Fourth avenue and Twenty-second
street; Rev. F. J. Poettkin, pastor.
Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m. Vespers at
3 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Salvation Array barracks, 1509 Sec
ond avenue. Services as follows:
Knee drill at 7 a. m.; holiness meeting
at 10:30 a. m.; christians meeting at
3 p. m.; salvation meeting at 8 p. m.
Y. M. C. A. building, corner of Third
avenue and Nineteenth street. Roys'
meeting at 2:30 p. m.; men's meeting
at 3:30; bible classes at 4:45, and
luncheon at 5:30.
noon, without alarming the pupils,
yesterday presented him with a gold
The special purchase of ladies' new
fall suits at McCabe's is attracting
lots of attention both on account of
their beauty and the one-third cost
reduction in buying.
Rock Island express drivers' local
union No. 310 will give a benefit
dance this evening, Oct. 17, at Turner
hall. Rock Island, for the purpose of
getting an artificial limb for Thomas
Some exquisitely designed sterling
silver bowls and table pieces and real
bronze electroliers, most desirable for
wedding and holiday gifts, are being
held on exhibition for a few days at
We say without fear of successful
contradiction that our line of Buck's
celebrated stoves and heaters is the
largest in this section. If you need a
stove here, is the place to get it. Cle
mann & Salzmann.
Mrs. T. B. Reidy will resume in
struction in voice culture, commenc
ing Monday, Oct. 19, paying special
attention to breathing, tone-placing,
tone-building, framing, etc. No. 2321
Fifth avenue. 'Phone 1404 west.
Bought $700 bankrupt shoe stock
all men's. Talk about bargains! You
don't know what bargains are until
you see these. I will give you prices
that will make you go and steal mon
ey to buy them. While they last.
Jones second hand store.
Arguments on the objection tiled
by I. Huber against the paving im
provement on Twenty-ninth street
south of Seventh avenue were heard
by Judge Parmenter in the county
court, yesterday. The court took the
case under advisement and will an
nounce a decision Monday.
On further examination of the cir
cuit court records it is found that the
man who stabbed George McCorniick
at the Jolict ienitentiary Thursday
night was a Kock Island county pris
oner. M. A. Cracraft is the name un
der which he was sent from here Nov.
17 last, his offcyse being the
theft of a. bicycle belonging to Will
Mixter, of this city.
W. II. Marckum and Miss Rose Se
cinger, both of Davenport, were mar
ried at the Harper house at .10 o'clock
last evening. Rev. W. H. Blancke, pas
tor of St. Paul's English Lutheran
church. Davenport, officiating. The
attendants were George Lawzader
and Miss Cora Secinger. The bride is
the daughter of Mrs. Nettie Secinger.
After the ceremony the bridal party
boarded a street car for Davenport.
BENWAY IS CHOSEN
BY THE STATE BODY
Rock Islander Chosen Vice Presi
dent of the Illliioin
Y. M. C. A.
O. L. Benway, of this city, was yes
terday elected one of fhe vice presi
dents of the state Yt-ung Men's Chris
tian association at its convention in
Rockford. The officers are:
President L. N. Seaman, of Elgin.
Vice Presidents 11. W. Avery, of
IJelvidere; E. W. Drown, of Rockford;
E. P. Sailey and I. A. Strader, of Chi
cago. Secretary L. B. Moore, of Chicago.
Assistant Secretaries P. A. Conrad,
of Champaign; J. C. Miller, of Peoria.
Addresses were delivered yesterday
by F. E. Hopper, of Elgin; E. W.
Peack. of Minnesota; A. M. P.runer.
of Kock Island, and Fred B. Smith,
secretary of the international com
WOODMEN BIDS REJECTED
New Proposal to b Asked on Head Office
The three bids received for the con
struction of the Woodmen head office
annex were rejected by the board of
directors of the society yesterday af
ternoon and Head Clerk C. W. Hawes
instructed to invite new proposals.
The estimate of Architect L. M. Drack
was on a building to cost about $125.
000 and specifications were drafted
accordingly, but the bids were far be
yond that figure. Furthermore, no
proposals were received from outside
contractors, only local builders bid
WHAT TO LOOK FOB
In a Poller. Thin Will Interest Von.
Policies issued years ago were un
just to the insured who failed to pay
his premiums for any reason, but the
policies of today make every possible
provision for such cases, so that you
run no risk of loss on account of be
ing unable to carry out your good in
tentions. Experience, safe methods
and conservative management have
brought about this change. The Bank
ers' Life of New York City grants the
following privileges, among others, to
those who may wish or have to drop
their policies: First, you can draw
out the cash value. Second, you can
borrow money on your policy. Third,
you may exchange your policy for
one giving the same amount of insur
ance, paid up for a certain number of
years, without having to make more
payments. Fourth, you cart exchange
your policy for one smaller in
amount, but fully paid up, and if an
endowment the proportional amount
in cash will be paid when the time ar
rives. These amounts are shown on
the policy you get from the Bankers
Life and. are guaranteed. It will pay
you to look into this. Both men and
women can protect their families and
provide a liberal pension in this man
ner. Send your name and age. F. E.
Lamphere, district manager,, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
NOW OWNS ESTATE
Court Approves Report Award
ing Mansill Propesty to
CITY TO GET COLLECTION
Or Geological Specimens Gathered
by Late Scientist Spencer
Judge Gest in the circuit court yes
terday afternoon entered an order
approving the report of Master in
Chancery Entrikin awarding the prop
erty of the late Prof. Richard Mansill
to his son, Thomas Mansill.
The point on which the transfer of
the estate from the trustee, Joseph
Goff, the son's uncle, to Thomas Man
sill, hinged on the question of the hit
ter's qualifications to competently
handle the responsibilities that would
follow his acquirement of the proper
ty, estimated to be worth about $00,
000. It was shown to the satisfaction
of the court that Mr. Mansill was ca
pable, and hence the approval of the
Now Mr. Mansill proposes doing the
handsome by the city of Rock Island
in the way of a donation to the city
of thegeologicalcollection gathered by
his father during life, and which has
for years been stored in the deceas
ed's home on Third avenue. In doing
so he feels that he is only carrying
out the wishes of his father. The col
lection is valued at $35,000. As soon
as he is entirely free of the legal en
tanglements in which he has been en
gaged since the death of his father
Mr. Mansill expects to make a tender
of the collection to the city.
Spencer Divorce Case Heard.
Testimony was taken this morning
in the suit for divorce of Louise Spen
cer against Charles Spencer. Mrs.
Spencer sues on the grounds of deser
tion. She was in court and testified.
She is now a resident of Chicago,
while her husband, who was formerly
engaged in business in this city, is
now a traveling representative for an
eastern bicycle concern. The signing
of the decree was deferred until the
couple agreed on who is to have the
care of their child, Helen, who has
been with her mother since the sep
aration. May Moore, of Moline, was granted
a divorce from Edward Moore on the
grounds of cruelty and drunkenness.
Arguments on the answer of the de
fendant in the application of the Cen
tral Union Telephone company against
the Union .Electric Telephone com
pany to restrain the latter from plac
ing poles on corners in South Rock
Island on which the complainant
claims to have exclusive privileges
were heard, hut not finished, the
court- announcing a continuance to
next Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
A. T. Swensim vs. city of Moline;
bill for injunction; stricken.
Sarah E. Quirk' vs. Ellwood Quirk;
divorce; st ricken.
Martha Wyman vs. E. Wyman; di
Mary A. Swan vs. John A. Johnson;
foreclosure; suit, dismissed.
Catherine Greenwood vs. George
Lewis; bill; dismissed.
TO CATARRH SUFFERERS
Hyomei Guaranteed to Cure by T. II
Thomas or Money Refunded.
The popularity and increase in th
sales of Hyomei are unique in the an
nals of medicine. Such astonishing
cures have been made by this remark
able remedy that the proprietors have
authorized T. II. Thomas to sell every
package of Hyomei under an absolute
guarantee that it will cure catarrh.
If it does not, the purchaser can have
his money refunded by T. II. Thomas.
Hvomei is no ordinary remedy. It
is the only method of treatment that
sends by direct inhalation to the most
remote part of the air passages, a bal
samic air that destroys all catarrhal
germs in the breathing organs, en
riches ami purifies the blood with ad
ditional ozone, and makes permanent
and complete cures of catarrh.
The complete Hyomei outfit costs
but $1, and consists of an inhaler that
can be carried in the vest pocket, a
medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy
omei. The inhaler lasts a lifetime, and
if one bottle does not cure, an extra
bottle of Hyomei can be obtained for
.10 cents. It is the most economical
of all remedies advertised for the cure
of catarrh, and is the only one that
follows nature in her method of treat
ing diseases of the respiratory or
gans. Breathe through the inhaler for a
few minutes four times a day and
your catarrh is cured. That's all.
If not cured T. H. Thomas will re
fund your money.
Saturday night, lunch at Joe Park
er's. Roast pig and baked leans. Good
Turkey and chicken lunch at Ponce
de Leon tonight. Opposite the post
office. 8pclut for Saturday Night and Monday.
100 solid gold 14k. rings, with beau
tiful stone sets, former price $3. now
9Sc. ItKADl'OKl), OBRIEX & CO.
The Folsom stock. 1703 Second Ave.
The children are staying at grandpa's,
Mamma has gone down to the sea,
Papa is at, home working.
Keeping himself well with Rocky
T. U. Thomas pharmacy.
H Fifty only
worth up to 2.00, this
wesk while they last fl
There is a great demand for
the rough Scotch fancy suit
ings, they are strictly correct
for reception and general wear,
handsome light, medium and
dark colorings, only one dress
pattern of a color, at CIA
$16, $13.50, $12.50 and PIU
The Special Purchase of
Ladies' New Fall Suits
Attracted marked attention.
The swell new long coat
The long skirted coat suits
made of English novelty goods
The mannish business suits
for ladies, just the thing to get
around easily with
All this special lot at prices one
third below vaJue.
$30.00 Suits $19.00
$25.00 5ults $16.50
$18 00 Suits $12.50
$16.00 Suits $10.75
NEW FALL WAISTS
Beautiful Evening Waists $5 Up.
Crepe de Chene, Peau de Cygne, ali over lace
and chiffon, exquisite garments.
New Flannel Waists $1.25 Up.
All the best fall shades in fine aliwool Tricot,
French Flannel and Albatross, stylishly made
with new long sloping shoulders, etc.
Handsome Black Peau deSoie Waists $3.98 Vp
The season's best new styles for dress and
street wear, all sizes.
Fancy Vesting Cotton Waists 98c Up
A multitude of beautiful styles in all white
and fancy patterns, correctly made with nw
broad pleats, long shoulder, etc.
To direct sharp attention to our Waist section
we will sell 10 dozen fancy Flannelette 'JCp
"Waists, French flannel patterns, at each OtJW
Tkai Good Whisky.
H. ROSENTHAL . SONS, Cincinnati, 0.
A MYSTERIOUS CASE.
Th Marrelona Recovery of Airs. I.lenbaach
The marvelous recovery of Mrs.
Kate I.einbaugh. of Kock Island, has
created a pleasant surprise to her
many friends. A few months ago her
life was despaired of. ller physicians
had given up all hope. Mrs. Lein
baugh's wonderful recovery will be of
interest to readers of The Argus.
When seen at. her resilience, l'.tll
Second avenue, Mrs. Lcinbaugh was
in the. best of spirits, fully indicating
the good health she claims. The in-
' flviv follows?
"What was the nature of your mal
"At first I had occasional spells of
mental depression, but gradually
grew worse, an:! developed a severe
case of what my doctors called 'mel
"When did you notice the first in
dication of failing health? What were
"About nine months ago I commenc
ed to lose my self-control. 1 could
not sleep, and hist my apietite. My
mind became clouded, and during the
more lucid intervals I felt I was slow
ly drifting into insanity. It was a
fearful thought. I was utterly unable
to help myself. I knew I was becom
ing insane, and the doctors, whom 1
had called for relief, could do noth
ing for me. Two of the leading physi
cians of Kock Island were unable to
cure or even retard the progress of
the dreadful disease. My business in
Rock Island was disposed of. I was
then taken, to a well-known specialist
"The results were no better. I was
bordering on violent insanity and
could no longer lie trusted alone. Al
though naturally heavy, my weight
LiVLi a uslAWDJLL
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
A case of 60 dozen ladies' fine
gauge lisle Hose, delayed in
transit, reached us too late for
our September business, must
be sold at once, we quote for
the lot, while they last, Ap
per pair - - - - lvw
was reduce. 1 to 10.V.. pounds. I had
no sense of feeling, and my sight was
almost gone. Soine friends advised
that I be taken to Dr. D. .1. rainier,
of Davenport, for treatment. The
first week 1 was unable to leae his
infirmary, but from that time my re
covery was nothing short of miracu
lous. Today I weigh 111 pounds, and
am in better health than eer before;
besides. I feel that I am yet improv
ing. It is my intention to open up
my business again in Clinton."
"What was the nature of the niedi
eipe or remedy given von by Dr. Palm
er?" "Dr. Palmer gives no drugs of any
nature. He practices the Chiropractic
science an adjustment of the verte
brae or spinal column. All the drugs
given me, by live other doetors. were
utterly useless, while the Chiropractic
treatment restored me to perfect
health. You surely would not expect
me to have any more faith in drugs
after my experience of repeated fail
ures with them, and many others
have no doubt experienced similar
"Do you ascribe your rccoery and
present good health to the Chiroprac
tic treatment referred to?"
"I most, assuredly do, and I cannot
give Dr. Painter too much credit for
my recovery. I should strongly rec
ommend invalids, whose eases seem
hopeless, to interview Dr. Palmer. 1
feel so grateful over my ..recovery that
I wish I eould help others to perfect
health by trying the "Chiropractic
Mrs. Ieinbaugh seems very sincere
in her statements, and without doubt
she is now the picture of perfect
health, ller apearance bears out all
she claims as to the merits and effica
cy of the Chiropractic treatment.
Indigo bine Prints,
extra wide and heavy
9c value at yd, 6Jo.
Cotton Waistings 25c
Our Waisting dept. offers an
exceptional purchase of ele
gant mercerized and fleece
back piques, all fine imported
fabrics in two lots, 65c to 98c
values for 38c, and 38c P
to 50c values, at yard uL
Every Hat illustrates the new
est, most becoming fashions as
interpreted by our own com
petent designers. A wide se
lection for every age to choose
Our New York and Chicago
Tailor-Mad Hats are the
smartest styies seen anywhere.
Linen Dept Napkins
A special display this week and an im
mense assortment of new and beautiful Nap
kins in all sizes from 50c to $9 per dozen,
makes McCabe's linen department the ideal
shopping place for housekeepers.
Six very special numbers :
At $3 95 Per Dozen 3-4 full bleached extra
fine double damask Napkins, beautiful de
signs, worth up to $5 dozen, your choice $3.95.
At $3.35 Per Dozen 3.4 full bleached fine
damask Napkins, round center and conven
tional pa te -ns, worth up to $4 doz. only $3.35.
At $2.95 Her Dozen 23-in. bleached German
linen Napkins, these are noted for their soft
ness of finish and great durability, at $2.95.
At $2.25 Per Dozen 5-8 full bleached, fine
Irish Napkins for which there is a large de
mand, only $2.25.
At $1.95 Per Dozen 100 doz 5-8 and 3-4 Nap
kins, bleached and half bleached, all linen. The best
Napkin for the money in this vicinity, choice $1.95.
At $1.00 Per Dozen 5.3 bleached and un
bleached, full selvedge, all-linen Napkins at $1.
Fringed Napkins at 7i, , 10, 12j, 15, 20o and 25c each.
Bring us your old disc records that
you have grown tired of (either Co
lumbia or Victor), and we will ex
change them for the new Improved
Columbia Disc Kecords. We will al
low you 30 cents for your ln-inch
record and other hizes in proportion.
The new Improved Columoia llceord.s
are of elegant workmanship and are
a decided advancement in the art of
record making. They have a full,
sweet tone, and owing to the manner
in which they arc made they have a
less scratching tone; the needle seems
to run smoother on the record. We
also wish to introduce to our notice
the new Grand -Opera Sound P.ox,
which is designed to obviate the
scratch of the needle and at the same
time retain the full volume of tone.
We will exchange the new Grand
Opera Sound l?ox for any of the old
style Columbia sound boxes now on
the market. Call at our warerooms
and get our plan of exchange. Wc
carry the largest line of records in
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