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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, "AUGUST 21, 1905.
VICTIMS OF RIVER
I Three Drownings Result From
J Sunday Outings Near
TWO LOST NEAR GENESEO
One a Moline Man Davenport Youth
Overcome at Lower End of
trman Mtlin of Moline, and Den
, Brooke, of Osco, were drowned yester
day morn ins near Gcneseo. Melin. who
I has been working on the farm of his
father-in-law near Osco, and Brooke
t who was employ td a; the Osco eleva
,. ", iiifiuimrs 01 a party 01 eamp-
ers who went into camp aSout S miles
I northwest .f Gein-s-, Saturday. Yes
I terday morning the two young men.
f witn two young ladies, started in boars
to row across I lock river to a sund bar
where they expected to sro in bathing.
On nearinir the bur the oung men
stepped out of the boat, and waded
about in ihe water a few minutes.
They suddenly were precipitated into a
deep bolt-, anii as neither could swim,
they wfiu 'ind'-r. Th-y . eaiied to the
fcirls for assistance, but before the
young lad ;!-. could arouse themselves
to action, the men had gone under for
the last time. Humors were circulated
that the int n threw the girls overboard,
but this is untrue, and is emphatically
denied by the young ladies.
Melin. whose home in Moline was at
112 Railroad avenue, lo.-t. his wife a
-ar ago. and since then has been em
ployed by Mr. Soderberg. his father-iu-,
law. He was 25 years of age. and a
I m mber of Swedish Olive I. O. O. F.
lodge, of .Moline. and of the Court oi
I Honor. He was formerly h con maker
f at the Rock Island arsenal foundry.
llrooke, his companion, . a 22 vt ars of
age, nn. I resided at Osco. lioth of the
young men were highly respected.
i ln oiiorlrr Druwnetf.
J- A drowning occurred at (',::: o'clock
last evening at the lower et.d of Grand
Island, in whieh the vict.ru was August
Khiers. IS years of age. and residing at
IMS West Third street. IXavenport.
In company with Fritz Ticdemann
:i nd Frank Lloyd, young Fillers went to
Suburban island for a Sunday after
noon outing. They sHnt the afternoon
in tishing in the- lower erui of the isl
and near the dam and at 7::j" o'clock
decided to conclude their day's recrea
tion by going in swimming. All three
: l ripped an. plunged into tne water.
While all could swim to some extent,
none o them were experts in this lin
and were taken unawares when they
found themselves in deep water. Henry
Thoensen happ tied to be on the Iowa
-hore dirccily opposite I In? place when
the young u. n were t-i i ugg'Tng iti tin
water. He hastened to a skiff and
pulled out in the direction of the three
On Tuesday, Sept. "!. 19T.. the
following round trip excursion
rates vwll be in effect from
CINCINNATI. OHIO .. 7.00
LOUISVILLE. KY 7.00
DAYTON. OHIO 7.00
SPRINGFIELD, 0 7.00
COLUMBUS. OHIO ... 7.50
MARION. OHIO 7.50
SANDUSKY, 0 7.50
Correspondingly low rates to
other "!' Four" points. Reurn
limit, thirtv ;;t) days. Write
for detailed circular.
ALLEN M. NYE, T. P. A..
Perfect In quality. R
Bock to Old ;
I INDIANA f
young men. By the time be reached
them, Tiedemann had reached shore
unassisted, Ehlers had disappeared
from view never to be seen alire again
and Lloyd wag rescued by Mr. Thoen
sen. The body has not been recovered.
V SOCIAL AFFAIRS.
Seeman-Maxson. Ret. L. C. Lemon,
of Davenport last Thursday united in
marriage Miss Fay Maxson. of this
city, and George W. Seaman, of Moline.
at the parsonage in Davenport. The
groom is employed as an engineer In
this city, and the bridal couple will
make Rock Island their home.
Banquet at Tower. The Tri-City
Credit Mens' association held its an
nual banquet at the Watch Tower Sat
urday evening. An excellent dinner
was served, covers being laid for 55.
A program appropriate to the occasion
was carried out. Each of the Tri-Cities
Warner-Diedrich. Miss Margaret
Diedrich, of Durant, Iowa, and William
Edward Warner, of this city, were mar
ried Saturday evening at S:30 o'clock
at the parsonage of the First Baptist
church, Rev. H. W. Reed officiating.
The groom is employed at the Rock
Island woodworks, and Mr. and Mrs.
Warner will reside here.
Farewell Party. The Ladies' Aid
society of Spencer Memorial Methodist
church gave a farewell suprise Satur
day evening, at the home of Mrs. E. W.
Thompson on Forty-fourth street, for
Mrs. T. C. Nutter, preceding her depar
ture for Rock Falls. Ice cream and
wafers were served. At the same time
a farewell party was tendered to Miss
Stella Nutter by the young people of
the church, with Miss Jessie Thomp
son as hostess. A delightful social time
was had by all.
Given a Dinner. Miss Anna Sulli
van, formerly of this city, but now of
Muskogee, I. T., was guest of honor tt
a dinner given last evening by Mrs.
L. Peterson. 322 West Second street,
Davenport, at which a number of Tri-
City young people were entertained.
The residence was tastefully decorated
with China asters and ferns and the
occasion was a most pleasant one. Miss
Sullivan, who is a niece of the hostess.
will soon return to her home in the
Many Imported Artists.
Ringiing Hrothers have imported
more circus artists of European cele
brity for this season than ever before.
Among the riders and gymnasts ap
pearing here for the first time are the
four liedinis, Gilbert Eidred. the six
Glinseiettis. the Colini-Cairon troupe.
the Melvos, the Dacoma family, the Al
vos, the "Flying Fishers." the Fortune
Hrothers. the three Rios. the great Dra-
cula. Mons. Lallirt, aoid Mile. La Salto.
The circus program in its entirety is
the largest ever off red by the Ringiing
Hrothers, and includes more imported
and exclusive features than ever seen
in a single arenic exhibition before.
RUCTION OUT IN BOWLING
Members of Ferns Family Objected to
Neighbors' Hogs in Corn.
Henry M. Ferns. William Ferns, and
Mrs. Helle Ferns, of Howling, are being
siv-ii a hearing this afternoon before
Justice CU land, on a charge of assault
and battery, sworn out by Andrew Mc
Caw, a neighbor of the Ferns. The
case was brought originally 111 Justice
Johnson's court, but a change of venue
was taken. McCaw owns i lot of tine
hogs, and these, it is said, damaged the
corn on the Fern place. The Fern fam
ily, it seems, locked the hogs up. and
McCaw brought a replevin suit. This
was the cause of the bad bl-xxi between
the two. Constable Eckhart arrested
the defendants Saturday.
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE OPENS
Annual Course of Lectures at High
School This Week.
The Rock Island County Teachers'
annual institute opened this morning
at the high school assembly room, and
will continue over Friday. There are
nearly 2"' teachers from various parts
of the county in attendance. The in
structors for the institute are E. L.
Philbrook. of this city; Prof. J. W. Red
way, of Mount Vernon, N. Y.. and Prof.
M. V. O'Shea. of Madison, Wis.
Licensed to Wed.
Jacob Grundall Clinton, Iowa
Millie Greyersen Mniont. Iowa
William Edward Warner ..Rock Island
Margaret Diedrich Durant, Iowa
(J rant Hrown Moline
Mary Shlander Hock Island
Increase of Stock.
A certificate of increase of the stock
of the Harper House company was filed
today in the circuit clerk's office. The
stiK-k of the company is increased from
$12k'.i to $o0.0o0.
The Only Way.
There is no way to maintain the
health and strength of mind and body
except by nourishment. There is no
way to nourish except through the
stomach. The stomach must be kept
healthy, pure and sweet or the strength
wyi let down and disease will set up.
No appetite, loss of strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad
breath, sour rising, rifting. Indigest
ion, dyspepsia and all stomach toubles
that are curable are quickly cured by
the usv of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Ko
dol digests what you eat and strength
ens the whole digestive apparatus.
Sold by all druggist.
Fair aad cooler tonight; Tuesday fair.
An area of low preiware that Im eea
tral over ruxtrrn Manitoba aad aorth
eantern !Hlaaeota ha eaaed nhvrn
aad thnadfrntorni la central aad east
ern Iowa and la AVIaeonnin. apper Mich
igan and eastern . Minnesota. Shower
have also oeearred dnrlnit the past 31
boars la southern Kansas, the west Bull
districts and at widely scattered sta
tions from .eastern Tennessee to ew
lajeland. The rainfall hna been heavi
est la the eitrcme upper Mississippi
It Is very warm In the Mississippi,
Ohio and lower Missouri valley and In
the southern portion of the lake region,
hot cooler weather Is noted to the
north west ward of these sections.
J. M. MIERIKK. Observer.
7 a. in. 72. at 3:30 i.
Insure with McKee.
Zibia lighted delighted.
Zazaro 1 3 there, call for it.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros. . ,
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bu9 or express, Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
J. S., J. S., J. S., J. S., Aug. 23 to
Are you going to Clinton on the J. S.
Aug. 23. Leave at 9 a. m.
Ice cream and ice cream, soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue.
Trinity choir will give a moonlight
excursion on the W. V. Aug. 21, boat
leaving at S p. m. Tickets 35 cents.
Alvin E. Poole, a concert violinist
and violin teacher, of Columbus, Neb.,
has located in Rock Island. He will
make his home here in the future.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 73G Sev
enteenth street. Old phona, west 59.
You are invited to attend the card
party given by the ladies of the G. A.
R., tomorrow afternoon, Aug. 22. Ad
mission, 13 cents. Including refresh
ments. Tickets for the excursion to be given
Thursday on the W. W. by the Bethany
Home association, can be had at the
Harper House pharmacy, and C.
Crampton's book store.
Excursion to Clinton on steamer J. S.
Wednesday, Aug. 23. Leave 9 a. m., re
turn 7 p. m. Fare only 50 cents on the
finest excursion steamer on western
rivers. Music by J. S. orchestra.
Justice G. Albert Johnson this after
noon officiated at the marriage of Miss
Mary Collins, of Davenport to William
Schaffner of Moline, in the county
judge's office at the court house.
Take a pleasant daylight trip down
the river on the steamer W. W., Thurs
day, Aug. 24, and contribute the small
sum of 50e to assist in the good work
of Bethany Home. Good music and re
freshments. Help a good cause by attending tha
Bethany Home excursion on the steam
er W. W.. Thursday, Aug. 21. Good mu
sic and refreshments. Boat leaves a:
9:30 a. in., Davenport at 9:45, return
ing at ":() p. m.
Remember the steamboat excursion
to Muscatine, to be given Thursday,
Aug. 24. for the benefit of Bethany
Home. Good music and refreshments.
Boat leaves at 9:30 a. m., returning at
7:00 p. m. Tickets, adults, 50c, child
ren, 25c. Tickets on sale at Harper
House pharmacy, Ramser's jewelry
store, Totten's music house and The
To Be Given By Trinity Cnoir Thurs
day Evening, Aug. 24.
Thursday evening. Aug. 24, the choir
of Trinity church will give a moon
light excursion on the steamer W. W.
starting from Rock Island at S o'clock
and calling at Davenport. An informal
program will be given, on board and
there will also be music by Bleucr's or
chestra for dancing. This will undoubt
edly be the most enjoyable trip of the
season. Tickets 33 cents at Bennett's
glove store or of any member of the
ELECT PAVING INSPECTORS
Hill on Fourteenth Avenue Koenig on
In the election of paving inspector
for the work on Fourteenth avenue, W.
S. Hill received a plurality of votes, 35.
Fred Koenig was elected to inspect the
asphalt work on Fifteenth street during
its construction. There weie scattering
votes for others.
Judge Graves Friday.
Judge Emery C. Graves, of Geneseo,
will be here Friday to disjose of some
matters in circuit court, after which
he will probably adjourn for the term.
Violent Attack cf Diarrhoea Cured by
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy
and Perhaps a Life
"A short time ago I was taken with
a violent attack of Diarrhoea and be
lieve I would have died if I had not
gotten relief," says John J. Patton, a
leading citizen of Patton, Ala. "A
friend recommended Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I bought a twenty-five cent bottle and
after taking three doses of it was en
tirely cured. I consider it the best
remedy in the world for bowel com
plaints. Tor sale by all leading drug-gUt.
DRESSING" TABLES. quartered
oak. polish finish, pattern plate
French bevel mirror; really f C flfi
worth $10.00. Special JUU
J 3.00 adjustable Porch
You May as Well
HUNDREDS of women do
every season by trading
here. Experience has taught
knowing buyers that quality,
style and low price are to be
relied upon at this silk head
quarters. Yard wide black taffeta, heavy
quality, rich brilliant finish, will
wear well, value 1L38. Q7
here, per yd ..... .-. v i l
Sharp Price Reduc
tions in Linens
TWENTY-FIVE pieces 18 Inch
bleached Damask Toweling,
with red border, Cp
reduced to J
50 dozen 9e huck towela, bleached
with red border. Cp
reduced to .........ill
10c quality of all linen bleached
Barnsley's Crash Toweling, every
afternoon at 3 o'clock for one week,
reduced to, fi3L&f
per yard Ul
19c extra heavy and extra large
size (22x43) huck towels. I
reduced to, each 141
62 Inch wide full bleached satin
damask tablecloths. 18lP
reduced to, per yd 10V
50c hemstitched and open work
linen dresser scarfs, with 60c pillow
shams to match, reduced QQ
to, each 001
6 pieces half bleached all pure linen
table damask, Qp
reduced to dut
2 yds. long fringed turkey red table
spread, fast colors, fJOl
reduced to OvC
11.00 quality 72 In. wide unbleached
Scotch table damask, all pure
linen, reduced TlA
to, yard 1 L 7- l
2V4 yds. ad 3 yds. long, fringed, all
linen table spreads, also turkey red
fringed table spreads, warranted
fast colors, reduced CI flC
from $1.75 to each liLj
Chicago, Aug. 21. Following are the
market quotations today:
September, 80-, 80 fa, 794. 80.
December, 81?8. S2Vs. 81, 81.
May, 847s. 858. 81, 85.
September, 527, 53. 52.. 523i.
December, 43. 41 8, 43, 434.
May, 43, 44, 43, 43.
September, 25, 254. -aVs. 25.
December, i.M., 2G4. 20. 2G.
May, 28i, 284. 28, 28.
September, 14.10, 14.27. 14.10, 14.22.
October, 11.25, 14.35. 11.2U, 14.30.
September, 7.G7, 7.77, 7.65, 7.77.
October, 7.75, 7. So, 7.75, 7.85.
September, 8.C7, 8.77, S.75, 8.75.
October, 8.75, 8.85, 8.75, 8.82.
Receipts today Wheat, 65; corn,
403; oats. 242; hogs, 33,0lH; cattle, 20,-
I'OO; sheep, 24,000.
Hog market opened weak 5 to 10c
lower. Light, 5.8o0.30; good heavy,
5.5'7i.6.25: mixed and butchers, 5.70fj)
0.30; rough heavy, 5.50t 5.75.
Cattle market opened weak to 10c
Sheep market opened weak to 10c
Hogs at Omaha, 4,000; cattle, C.000;
ISLAND CITY PARK
Game called at 3:45
UVU o v rmk islaN D,l LL
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
JUST opened a big stock of the
newest and prettiest designs
In tennis flannels, choice patterns,
dark and light, suitable for Waists,
gowns, shirts and wrappers: spe
cial opening prices. i
10c. 8 l-2c and I72C
Heavy twilled tennis flannel, many
fancy styles. Mi
at. yard ILYZ
Good assortment for -quilts, com
forters, etc.. j
at 6 l-2c and DC
Better buy early. The mills are
advancing prices, and our next
purchases will cost much more.
8000 Yards Fall Dress Goods & Waistings
DIRECT from the leading fashion centers of Europe, and the
the best home manufacturers. Bought early before the
recent advances in all wool materials, on these we can save
you fully 20 per cent. Quite an item on your fall dress goods.
22 pieces all Wool Albatrosn, beau
tiful soft evening shades, also
navy, brown, myrtle, etc.. black and
cream, sold the country over at 50c
a yard, while this lot QQa
lasts, per yard OuC
40 Inch silk finish Henriettas, made
cf pure Australian wool, complete
line of shades, light and dark, mar
ket value today 65c, our
price will be Just 0UC
50 pieces all wool walptlngs and
children's dress suitings In beauti
ful tartans and Pcotch plaids, mar
ket value today 68c to 75c. these
we offer till rft.
sold at OUC
Victoria Broadcloths, n rich new
autumn shades, 62 inches wide.
fully 50c yard saved on
this line, per yard .....
Expert Watch and
""O wonder the possessor of a
high class watch or clock Is care
ful where he leaves It for repairs.
Many a good watch 1 left In bad
hands, and Is ruined by Incompet
ent or careless repairing.
Does your wutch or clock need
Is time an important factor to
you? l"on't run the risk of having
your time piece ruined. Our Jew
elry Dept. Is prepared to do the
very best work at reasonable
prices. Complicated watches a spe
cialty. Reliability and responsibil
ity is behind every transaction at
this store. Most people know this.
To those who don't know, a single
trial will convince.
hogs at Kansas City, 5,000, cattle, 13,
ooo. U. S. Yards, 8:40 a. m. Hog market
weak to 10 15c lower. Light, 5.85?i
6.30; mixed and butchers, 5.70(ij6.30;
good heavy, 5.50(0 6.25; rough heavy,
Cattle market strong. Hceves, 3.00
(frG.lO; cows and heifers, 1.20fi4.40;
stockers and feeders, 2.20& 1.20.
Sheep market weak 10 to 15c lower.
Hog market closed weak, 10c lower.
Light. 5.S0(fi6.27; mixed and butch
ers, 5.70C25; good heavy, 5.505 6.25;
rough heavy, 5.50 5.75.
Cattle market closed strong.
Sheep market closed weak.
New York Stocks.
New York, Aug. 21 Sugar 115, Gas
1044, C. Ft. I. & P. 34 Vs. Southern Pa
cific G7,,8, n. & O. 1134. Atchison com
mon !Mi, Atchison preferred 104, C, M.
& St. P, ISO'. Manhattan 167, Copper
85. N. Y. Central 155. L. & N. 11.
Reading common 115. Canadian Pa
cific 1597, B. R. T. 69. U. S. Steel
preferred 104. V- S. Steel common
36. Penna 145, Missouri Pacific
135. Coal and Iron 90, Erie com
mon 48, Wabash preferred 44. C. &
G. V. 22. Illinois Central 178, Car
Foundry 3S. Republic Steel prefer
red 89, Republic Steel common 217i,
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Aug. 21. Following are
are the wholesale quotations In the lo
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery, 19cg21c; dairy,
Eggs Fresh 11c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, $3 per
dozen; hens, per pound, 7c Sc.
Vegetables Potatoes, 35c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 55c56c; oats. 325 31c.
Forage Timothy hay. $8.00 $10.00,
prairie, $8, straw, $G3$7.
Wood Hard, per load.$4.50 $5.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13c5jl4cp slack,
per bushel, 8ctf9c.
Cattle Steers, $3.00 $1.75; cows
and heifers, $2.005j$4.00; calves,$3.00
Hogs Mixed and butchers, $5.50Qr
Sheep Yearlings or over. 4.005J
$5.00; lambs, $5.00 $6.00.
This disease has lost it3 terrors
since Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy came into use. The
uniform success which attends the use
of this remedy in all cases of bowel
complaints in children nas made it
a favorite wherever its value has be
come known. For bale by all leading
MEN'S blue American silk shirts
and drawers, made to sell at
75c. but a special purchase from an
overstocked Jobber enables us to
sell this lot at only 42o. Early com
ers will find all
Men's Maco ribbed shirts and
drawers, best quality drawers, dou
ble seat, regular 50c kind; QQ
special this week 07C
Men's fine mercerized srxrks In
navy, cadet, cardinal and gun met
al, all absolutely fast color, regular
value, 35c. we price this 17lAi
lot at Just half, per pair.. II7-C
58 inch Cravenettes and rainproof
cloths In new Invisible rlalds and
plain effects for suits, skirts or
coats, value today 31.98. f C A
our price Is. yard 4 I Oil
Heatherbloom Taffetas, full yard
wide, a .splendid lining or drop
skirt material, all colors and black,
sold In the lining depart- Qff
ment, per yd OUC
Fancy checked suiting, new fall
colors, double fold, lQf
yard only 1JL
3,000 yards fancy Flannelettes,
newest fall 1905 designs, will be
sold everywhere at 10c, our rrlce
for this lot
Is, yard . .
Arnold's Ferslan Flannelettes. In
rich color combinations, full width.
regular "0c kind, we offer
100 new designs, at yard.
V"0 organ of the body Is so richly
supplied with nerves or re
quires such nice adjustment to do
Its work as the eye. With poor
light. In constrained position, often
prolonged. Improper eye strain
causes evil results which none but
a skillful eye specialist can correct.
Inflamed eyes, cataract, nervous
prostration, headache and many
other nervous disorders are among
T)r. Myers' many years of suc
cessful eye treatment, our unsur
passed facilities for examination,
and our liberal treatment of all
patrons, has. In a few months,
made this optical department famous.
LEAVES ROCK ISLAND AT 4 P. M. EVERY MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY FOR BURLINGTON AND
ALL INTERMEDIATE POINTS.
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP, INCLUDING EX
CELLENT MEALS AND GOOD BEDS ONLY $4.00
SPECIAL RATES TO FAMILY PARTIES.
THIS IS A FINE TRIP YOU ARE ON THE STEAM
ER TWO NIGHTS AND HAVE SIX HOURS IN BURLING
TON. i ON SUNDAY THE STEAMER ONLY GOES TO MUS
CATINE, LEAVING AT 4:30 P. M. YOU CAN GO DOWN
ON HER ANY TRIP TO MUSCATINE AND HOME BY
RAIL FOR $1.00.
W.A.BLAIR C. J. MANGAN. Agent.
Springfield. 111., Sept. 30 to Oct. 7.
CHICAGO (SL ALTON R.Y..
TUB ONLY WAY
THE SHORTEST LINE. TUB QUICKEST TIME.
Peorlci to Springfield.
Frequent trains and special trains in addition to the regular trains
"Coming and Going" Ask the tl :ket agent.
A. D. PERRY,
General Agent, C. & A. Ry, 327 Main Street, Peoria, III.
Soothing and Cooling.
The salve that heals without a scar
is DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve. No
remedy effects such speedy relief. It
draws out lnflamatlon. soothes, cool.,
and heals all cuts, burns and bruises.
A sure cure for Piles and skin di
seases. DeWUt's Is the only genuine
Witch Hazel Salre. Beware of
counterfeits. they are dangerous.
Sold by all dni?!.ts.
A VERT special quotation on Bru
eels Rus. 9xS feet, extra qual
ity, oriental and K.lX
floral patterns )l04u
Wlltoa Rujts. 9x12 feet. 8 patterns to
close, J 29 30
The Time Has
WHEN wo must part with
all those pretty wash
skirts at prices which will
seem to you almost like giv
ing them away. You needn't
worry, however. Get some
of these skirts and save half.
If money is no object to rou,
just tell your friends, and let
them come in your place.
Lot 1 Wash skirts that wer 31.50.
$1.75 and $2.00. all In one Jot. take
Lot 2 Wash skirts tip to $3.75.
all at one r 1 jr
Lot S Wash eklrts up to $6.00.
choice now f4 JQ
share in the heavy reduc
tions. Note thoso prices:
Black Mercerized and Morle petti
coats, worth up to $1.50. TCr
at one price IOC
Others worth 75c and
$1.00 for Just
Low Prices For Ev
WALLACE BROS.' steel knives
and forks. Malacca pin ted,
set of six knives and Ctm ft
forks, for 03 C
10 quart steel enameled water pntl.
20th Century soap, adapted to ev
ery use, absolutely
pure, per box, only
Heavy 3 coated steel enameloil
stew kettles, regular price
3Sc, Monday sjei;il
Solid back. Tnmilco f-rub brushes.
Wardrobe hooks, double
or single, rach
Our stocks of willow wure, wire
gooils. paints, varnishes, brushes,
wooden ware and all bousefurnlsh
Ings. me quite complete. Ijirge
variety and, lo-- prices are twin
brothers here. A gjKl reason why
our housefumlshlng sal. s are In
creasing with such leap. and
J. M. BUFORD
The old Are and time compan
ies represented. Rates a3 Kw
as any company can afford.
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