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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, MAY JO, 1907.
Boy Cut to Pieces. Morns Howe"1'.,!
the l--year-edd son uf Mr. and Mrs. KM
HOW ell of I!-f fciiiloi 1'. nic! a tf i rilr.;
death Saturday attertioou at o'clock
orrt'he Uncus on the.- !.. It. 1. it N. .
road just south of the hoaie of Mayor
lid Kobesou at I endorf. .his: i'.o.v
the accident huppi ih-mI i a tnvstcry. -i-there
weie no eye wiunsscs. A!
o'clock a girl nanii il Brown lm ;; - i
to cross the tracks and made
ghastly diseovery ot i!:- hr.'s
body. It was n-anule 1 luyutid i
lication txceit for the- !i.
head was cut in two, the !"s and
1 1 in -
severed from tin- oodv ami peirtniiis ot
it carried several blocks down 1 1 j
track. A few minutes prtio.is to th:
discovery of the hody. a trekht tra:.i
liad passed down tlie traeks and siio::
ly after this canto a switch engine, i:
is not Known which one s'tuck the'
boy. The hoy had lion to the !!e:'j
fishing. On one side of the track-j
ami.Y M(m:v iii.i.r m
If so. call on us ;md
i m: Ol It MHNUY.
MONEY TO LOAN
on household floods, li.xt
ures, pianos, teams, etc.,
without removal. We also
loan on salaries, watches
ami diamonds at lu.viate-.
is the weekly ay
meiit on ;i $50 loan for 50
weeks: oilier anuumts, at
i. f :v
We make loans in city
and all surrounding tovvns
and country. We guatan
tee lowe-'t rati s ;;ud most
courteous treatment. You
need mil Kr.ve ltotite ui et
a loan from us. If ou
ctinnot call ;it tiie oilice, li!!
out and mail to us the fol
lowing blank, ami our
agent will call at our
home ami explain our
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Mrrrt auil timber.
Amount A si u t .
Kind itf Mrciirlly.
Y'our patronage will be
protected by the strictest
Old Phone . 'ZZ7.
2191,2 Brady St., Davenport
nuil Mitunl.'iy ililM.
Even if mercury and potash, could cure Contagious Blood Poison the
condition in which thee strong- minerals leave the S3'Stctu would make the
'cure worse than the disease." But tliey cannot cure the vile disorder;
they cat! only cover up the symptoms for awhile or mask the disease in
the system, but as soon as the treatment is left off the hideous symptoms
return. Mercury anel potash eat out the delicate lining of the stomach and
i i - ,i..: v
UUWt:i., wjuimec euiuine; u .ijt:j;ia u ui ju; up mc asiiie juietn, e.aut luc ; .
teeth to decav, and often completely break down the constitution, and where n" sl became known that dan
they are used in large quantities, the bones become affected, while the lnifr 18 thc rc?,,u ,,f a S(M'm t,r ',:,,;:'
disease for which one has so Ion? taken this destructive treatment has M,e "' ,IlKS lnU) ,no scaI') 1,11,1
not been cured. Contagious Blood Toison is a disease it will not elo to trifle t,,e vitiflity of hair at the roet causing
with. It is a vile, darigerems and destructive disorder. When the blood 'hng hair anel baldness, biologists se.
becomes infected with its virus the mouth and throat ulcerate, hair and eye- ; ,( work te discover some preparation
brows cryne out, glands in the neck and groin swell, copper-colored spots I 'hat will kill the germ. Afte r a ycai's
appear on the flesh, and in severe cases sores break out on the body, the'labeir in one laboratory, the dandru.f
finger nails drop off and the sufferer is diseased from head to foot. S. S. S. j sn m destroye r was discovered ; ami it
is the only known antideite for Contagious Blood Poison the one remedy is now embodied in Ncwbro's Herpi
that is able to get to the root of the disease and force out every particle of chle. It prevents baldness, stops fa:l
the poison so that there are never any signs of its return. It is purely ing hair ami speedily eradicates dan
vegetable, made entirely from roots, herbs and barks of known curative druff "Destroy the cause, you remtcv
value. Instead of leaving bad after-effects as some medicines do, S. S. S. the effe-ct." Sold by leading druggist--,
tones up every part of the system and puts every part of the boely in perfect Send inc in stamps for sample te The
health. It will also remove any lingering effects of former mineral treatment Herpicida Co., Detroit. Mich. Sold i.i
vrhile eradicating the poison from the circulation. Special book on the home two sizes 5i'c and $1.0. T. II. Thomas
jtreatracn of this disease anel any medical advice desired furnished free to all special agent.
who write. xnE SWIFT
OF THE NEIGHBORS
where the accident - happened is a
clump of tries and it is presumed the
hoy thoughtlessly started to walk
across without heinu: on his guard for
train and was stiuck
1 act ot
Kuehl Still in Charge. John ('.
Kuehl. indicted by the grand jury an i
convicted by a regular jury of bru
tality on inmates at the Seoit coun'.y
poor farm, is still in charv.e of affair-,
at that institution. Just how Ions the
beard of supervisors will allow him to
j ivuiaiu in cliai't1
i jmliiin from th1
I tli.nani iiuhlic. ii
I is mnhu MoI i lit'
is in? known, but
coinim-nts of an m
will nut be long. It
hoard will call a
i sMci;il int'c, inn
short lv lo take action
on the liiatter.
Qualifies as New Physician. Dr. O
K. Kicke Saturday filed a $1. '! bon.t
with C'onnty Amiiior IM Collins an 1
qu.ililh d as county ph.ician to suc
ceed Dr. Barowa'.d.
Obituary Record. The dt ath of Mrs.
.hunts K. .McCosh occurred Fridav
(veiling at tiie family home, lulu Har
rison street. Deceased, whose maiden
name was Kliza Ann Dhillips. was
horn near I'itt.-hurg. I'a.. S.pt. B. ''
Her early life was -pent :n and arona !
Pittsburg, whore site received 1 1 - :
education and grew to womanhood.
Her husband, Mr. McCosh. came to
Davenport in July. IMi", and two yea-s
hit r returned cast to claim her a.- his
btide. Tiny came to Davenport on
their wedding trip and the family
home has been here evi r since.
Herman I'ienning. a life-long re-i-di
nt of Davenport, died Saturday :t
Mercy hospital, where he had been
confined since April X Th cause of
death was typhoid pneumonia, lie wa -years
of ao ami was born an I
re. in d in this city.
Tiie dtaih of Mrs. Margate- Burner
occurred at Moiiiotiia hospi'a! Sat'i-.'-
Perhaps you don't know we
sell Jap-a-I.ac, the great rejuven
ator of floors, furniture, and all
wooden and metal things around
Y'es, we sell Jap-a-Lac sell a
lot of it, too. Everybody wants it.
Drop in and let us tell you
what Jap-a-Lac is and what it
Kvery lady calling will receive
a free sample.
P. J. LEE.
Wall Paper and Paint House.
1429-1431 Second Ave.
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SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.
Elegance In Wa.ll Paper
Like distinction of carriage and de
portment in humaDB, appeals to the
artlitle eye. There's a certain ub
tle "aomething" In pepera we aelect
and tell which apeak! of style,
taste and superiority which people
appreciate. We ask you to see and
select wall decorations here at your
leisure, as you will find our goods
priced very low. .
Parldon Wall Paper Co.
41S Seventeenth Street
day evening at the age of 71 years
She was born in Germany and came to
America in 1S72. She was married .
Gustavo Bremer, who died in IN"').
Mrs. Bremer is survived by three chil
dren, two sons. Gustav and Eugene,
and one daughter, Mrs. Anna Go'.d-schmidt.
U. Bailey has disposed vf his
household' goods and will leave for his
home to attend his father who is very
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Holland left Sk-
urday for a visit with relatives ia
The young nun of the B. . P. U.
held a social with Robert Y'oung Fri
Mrs. It. Sills and daughter visited in
Coal Valley last week.
Marion Walker of Joslin visited wh'i
his sisters Mrs. K. Mathews and Mrs.
D. Y". Allsbrow Monday.
Rev. ISdgar Woolhouse and fami'y
contemplate a trip through the eastern
part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Case will leave
in a few days for a stay in Omaaa,
A thimble bee was held Thursday af
ternoon with Mrs. Nichols.
Janus Kelley is here for a stay with
ids son Frank and family.
Mrs. L. 11. Bears and Mrs. Y. P
Crooks It ft last week for an extendei
visit in Kentucky.
A chicken supper will be held in tho
Modern Woodman hall Tuesday, giveu
by ladies of the Baptist chuit-h.
Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Peterson ami
baby, have gone for a visit in tlu
southern pan of the state. On tlu'r
let urn home they will visit with Luth
er Peterson's in Boardste.wn.
Thursday afternoon a: r o'clock at
the home of Rev. Mr. Read of Hamp
ton took place the marriage of Ross
Wainwright ami Miss Klhi Sehafe-.
Both bride and groom are well known
and highly respected young people, tin
groom being the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Wainwright of Zuma and is a
i prosperous young business man liav; i.;
a half interest in the Schafer livery
barn lure: The bride is a charming
young lady and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Schafer of Zuma. Tiie
ouiig couple have the best wishes of
the community. They will g to hous -keeping
at once in the Cossiier cottage.
SENATOR HUGHES IS BURIED
Obsequies at Dixon, III.. Attended by
Members of Legislature.
Ihxon," 111., May '.'it. The funeral ':
Senator II. Hughes, held here yester
day was attended by O.nim pcr.-ons.
Interment was at Sugar Grove ceme
tery, north of Dixon. Among those- at
the obsequies were' Mayor Basse and
Postmaster Campbell, Congressman
Frank O. Lowden. ami former I'nited
States District Attorney C. B. Morri
son of Chicago: twenty-five state sen
ators, including the special commit tee
comMed of C. P. Gardner of Mc.i
dota. Harry G. Hall of Chicago. John
Broderick of Chicago, and A. J. Ander
son of Rockford: ami many members
of the lower house and I'nited Stat.1.
Senator A. J. Hopkins.
Rev. T. F. Dornblazer of Chicago de
livered the funeral sermon, and die
masonic order had charge of the ser
vices at the cemetery.
j RIVER R1PLETS
The Helen Blair was up from Muse
titm. The J. W. VanSant and Lyelia
VanSant were thwn with leigs and re--t
timed north. The Ruth anel Preseott
were north and south and the Sidney
The stage of water was 0.20 all dav.
SCIENCE SCORES AGAIN.
Preparation That Will Destroy the
Dandruff Germ Discovered.
Finally the scientific student has elis-
1 tt-ieei a ee-ieaoi ieieiesiy iejr tiaueiiun.
Don't Pay Alimony
to be divorced fi'om your appendix.
There will be no occasion for it if you
keep your bowels regular with Dr.;
i King's New Life Pills. Their action is J
so gentle that the appendix never has
cause to make the least complaint.
Guaranteed by W. T. Hartz, druggist.
25 cents. Try them.
Every woman of refinement appre
ciates a radiant, beautiful complexion,
which is so much admired by men.
Such complexions come to all who its ?
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea
or tablets, 35 cents. Harper Housa
DeWit's Kidney and Bladder Pills af
ford prompt relief for weak kidney3,
backache and urinary troubles. Soi l
by all druggists.
Change the Name. Mrs. W. C. Be.i
nett entertained the Ladies of the G.
A. K. Friday afternoon. Fourteen
were present and all spent the time
sewing. The name of the circle has
been changed from General Rodai in
circle to Gettysburg circle, No. 25, tlu
ne w charter having been received prev
ious to the last meeting.
Old Tinner Makes Box. Colonel '.).
O. Reid, oldest tinner in Rock Islam!
county and veteran of the civil war.
litis completed the coniniisMou given
him to provide the tin box that is i j
be installed in the monument on
Campbell's island. In this box are to!
j be deposited a history of the Muli.c;
chapter of the Daughters of the Aim r-
ican Revolution; the papers in coniiet.
jtion with the fund which was secur d
I through state appropriation, for the
shaft, which is to stand as a meiii
I orial to Lieutenant Campbell and the
men who fought with him agaiii..t
I Pl,,l II ., ,... .,,,,1 C-i. -.ii.l .',,v i ,
1JLI11Y 111I tlllil lilt in Ulltl i.l l.l
dians in 1S14.
Open Line Friday. Positive assurance-
is given by Superintendent. Gullcy
that cars will be operated to Campbell's
island next Friday, and on the follow
ing Sunday Clint Baxter will open the
Douse-in-the-WeKids to the public.
Gas Overcomes Men. Considerable
excitement was created when several
workmen were overcome by gas fumes.
One- man in particular was in a serious
state for some time, but the prompt ar
rival of Dr. Browning soon brought him
to his senses again. Seven or eight
woikme-n were employed in digging a
ditch for the extension of the gas main
into the property of Carl Miedko at
inns Twelfth avenue, when gas, whicu
had probably escaped from a leak in
ike main, overcame four of the nie-ii.
They were soon resuscitated.
Contract for $65,000 Building. The
contract for the ejection of the monster
w an -house on the northwest corner of
Fourth avenue and (Eighteenth street
was awarded Saturday to Peter Peter
son. The building will be erected by
the Molinc Plow company and will coM
upwards of $i;.".,imiu The dimensions
of t lie- building are U5xi:i feet ami
six stories high and a basement. Brick
and mill construction will be used an 1
the de-sign will be simple- but m.-at an 1
pleasing. Work will be started on the
building immediately ami it is hoped
that it will be completed by Nov. 1 of
Fined $10 for Selling Poor Apples.
James Murphy of Coal Valle-y was lined
$ln and costs by Justice- Mapes Satur
day' on the charge of selling decayed
vege-tables. The case- came up for trial
a week ago when a change of venue
was taken. Afte r hearing the evidence
the court found Mr. Murphy guilty anil
imposed a tine. M. J. Murphy of Roci;
Island appeared for his brother and
City Attorney Shallberg prosecuted.
IN THE CHURCHES.
First Methtodist. Prayer service aud
Sunday school teachers meeting will
be- held Weelnesday evening in the
Friday evening the Daughters of th-
Covenant will give a reception in the
Sunday school room of the church.
"Six Cups of Choeeda'e" will be serve 1
anel "The Mouse Trap" will be on ex
hibition. Ice cream ami cake will bo
Saturday evening the elmir will heul
rehearsal in the church.
First Baptist. The
meet this evening at
Prayer service will
be hehl We-dnes-
The ladies monthly thimble bee will
be given Friday afternoon at the homo
of Mrs. Harry-Git nn. Twenty-seventh
street, south of Eighteenth avenu-.
Mrs. Glenn will be assisted by .Mrs.
John Titterington, Mrs. Sam Campb.-'l
anel Mrs. Charles Campbell.
United Presbyterian. Prayer ser
vice will be heM in the church Wed
nesday evening at 7:"" o'clex-k.
Free Methodist. A holiness meet
ing will be hehl in the church Tuesday
evening tit 7::!n.
Mrs. Chihls of Sheffield. 111. will de
liver an aeldress on the subject "Dm
Misions Pay?" Thurselay evening at.
the church. j
Thursday afternoon at the church
Mrs. Chibls will conduct a missionar.
meeting for women at ":'J" o'clock
ing the normal class will
parlor of the church.
Services will he held tomorrow
inns at South Park chapel at
The Rock Island Missionary unio.i
will meet at the church Wednesday af
ternoon at o o'clock. A program ol
papers and music will be given.
Prayer service will be hehl Wednes
day evening in the church.
Friday afternon at 4 o'clock the
juniors will meet in the primary room
and the meeting will be' in charge of
The men's club will meet in the'Sui-
day school room Krid-.ty evening
Central Presbyterian. This evening
the Young People's Social league will
Kive a program in the church. T!i-:
oung men ol' the league will have
Prayer si-rviees will be heM Wednes
Grace Lutheran. The ,nir soeie:
will niee-t this evening' at the home -Miss
Anna Johnson, Ilk". Fifth aven-.i.
I'tayer services Wednesday evening
will he ftdlowetl by a me.-t:ng of the
A congregational meeting will i:.
held a wet k from Friday for the pur
pose of calling a pastor.
Memorial Christian. ,Mil week so.-,
vices and bible study class will be heid
AVe im sday evening in the church.
The Ladies' Aid socie ty will nice
with .Mrs. Tann. r. 252:; Flglnh avenu
j Thursday afternoon.
j Prayer services will be held at the
oeconu curistiau ctiurcli Friday evea
Edgewood Baptist The d- aeoiis and
trustees will meet this evening at Un
church. Wednesday evening prayer meeting
will be held in the church.
Thursday evening the deacons and
trustees will give a banquet in the
church. The speakers for the evenin-:
will be W. B. Mclutyre- and J. !!.
Hauberg of Moline, musical numbers
will be given by D. W. Council and
Miss Cook and there will be piano an i
violin music. ,
Trinity Episcopal. Trinity
will meet with Mrs. Walter Y
2PS Third avenue. Wednesday
noon at 2:2n.
Christian Science. The weekly tes
timoiiial meeting will be held at th
church Wednesday evening.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE.
Real Estate Transfers.
Delila Kunkle- to J. B. Oakleaf sou' h
feet lot 1. block 5. S'niieti's addi
tion. Rock l.-luinl. SI. mm.
Edna M. Mitch 11 to .1. B. Ouklcai'
lot 12. block 1. Third Win clock Fil
let nth street addition. Moline. $7n".
James 1. Carr to P. A. Cailsoii lot 1:'..
Sweenev it Jackson's Fourth addiiio:
j Moline. $.".iHi.
I Catherine M. Lambort son to Charles
;). Folseun lot is, block !. Silvi-. $..7".
Cornelia E. Carr to James I. Ca r
lot 15, Sweeney fc Jackson's addiiioi1.
Tri-Ci'y Railway company to Joli'i
Me ssmnn we-st !'l let : lot 11. Ste-'-v-arfs
subeli vision of south 'j lo:. 17.
Most people know lhat if they have
been sick they need Scott's Emtit-
stOTi to bring back health and strength.
But the strongest point about Scott's
Emulsion is that you don't have to be
pick lo get results from it.
It keeps up the i.thlete's strength, put3 fat
on thin people, makes a fretful baby happy,
brings color to a pale girl's cheeks, and pre
vents coughs, eclds and consumption.
Food in concentrated form for sick and
well, young and eld, ricl and poor.
And it contains no drugs and no alcohol.
ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND $l.CO.
DO YOU WANT A DRY BUILDING?
YOU SAVE FURRING AND LATHING BY PLASTERING DIRECT
LY ON THE BLOCKS. DRYNESS GUARANTEED. GOOD BLOCKS
SAVE YOU MONEY.
This is the only true concrete
two-piece block. Verticil
and horizontal air space.
Mitchell & Lyno'e Bldg.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLOND, ILL.
Under the State Law.
Money Loaned on Personal
Phil Mitchell. President.
II. P. Hull, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1ST')
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
ARIOSA comes in
one pound packages
' only, sealed for your
protection to insure your
getting the genuine old
, fashioned Arbuckles
ARIOSA Coffee everytime. I
Be real angry if they send you
a substitute, w hich is not as good
and may in time ruin your
digestion and nerves. j
Complies with all requirement! of the National Pure
r ood Law, OuaiaoUx mo. ZlH 1 . bled at V ubwgtoa.
Chamberlain's addition. Moline. a-.- s
sor's lot 2'.'. in northeast 'i seiuthea-t
! , Sec. 5, 17. 1 west. $2."'".
Advertised Letter List No. 20.
Following is a list of itm-ailcd leu
iters for the- week ending Mav is:
Allien Mfg. Ce... Clias. E. Cokon.
Willie Ce.vell. Dr. Nils G. Dahlsle-tH
Miss Maide Davidson. Aiiieinio D'eia-
r.iet. Miss May Ke-ke rt. Mrs. Win. Eni
I me r. Mrs. Olive llenson. Fle d ILirtiiev.
I A. P. Harder. I. B. Johns' on, Mrs. Bur
. lei Jones, Mr. ami Mrs. Pe-'er Ktaiiie"-.
1.1 no. Kneiwits. .1. L. Kt niper. Miss Ma
! ble Lanuworihy. Miss May Murphy.
Miss Charity Mattis.m. Dr. C. C. .la,!
lilng. A. B. Night. J. C. Ositorn. A. P
Peiti son. F. L. Riciiai d-t n. .li--s E.r
tella Smith. Mrs. N. 1. Sum a. M':-l
Bessie Shaw. Mrs. Linn Sturm (21
J. H. Towers. Harry Tarn (2. N. Tav
lor. Anderson White.
Foreign. Gustag M. Sehobtnk, Jo
HI GH A. J. M'DONALD.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, fam
ous little pills sold by all druggists.
LET US FIG-
PSfjiSr J URE ON YOUK
Rock Island, III. Phone, West 446.
4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Dc-
Collateral or Ue-;t! Ksfate Security.
H. U. Cable, P. Greenawalt
William H. Dart, Phil Mitchell,
H. P. Hull. 1. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, H. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & Hurst
An 8-room house on 4th avenue, lot
80x150, one of the prettiest corners
in town, lot alone worth over $3,000,
in good condi-
A great snap in a house on 3rd ave
nue, nine splendid rooms, hot water
heat, stone foundation, will sell at
$1,000 sacrifice if taken
within 30 days.
A pretty 5-room cottage on" 16th
street, nice large rooms, near Long
View park, stone foundations, ce
ment sidewalks, gas, sewer, asphalt
A neat 5-room cottage on lot 55x120,
hot and cold water, good barn, on
11th avenue, near
9t" street S1.900
A 2-story 6-room nouse In South
Rock Island, practically new, stack
ed for furnace and wired for lights,
bath connections roughed in, stone
foundation, with half
acre of ground S2.400
A 7-room 2-story house in South
Rock Island, near Milan car line,
lots of fruit and shade, good well,
summer kitchen, chicken house, lot
173x218, will sell for $1,000
down, balance long time. 2,950
An 11-room house on 13th avenue,
near 30th street, lot 100x140, will
rent for $30,
A 2story 7-room house on 23d
street, gas and electric lights, hot
water heat, hardwood floors, cement
ed laundry, lot
Two houses on one lot, one renting
for $22 per month, othe other at $10,
gcod location and never
A modern 6-room 2 story house on
14th street, electric lights, gas stove,
A 6-rocm 2-story modern house on
15th street, facing LongView park,
A 7-room modern house on 22d
street, 4 rooms downstairs, thor
oughly modern, a very at
tractive home S3.G00
A beautiful new home on 42d street,
special reason for selling, reception
hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen,
pantry downstairs, 4 bedrooms and
bath upstairs, hardwood floors, elec
tric lights, hot water heat, laundry,
cement sidewalks, a
An elegant house on 14th street, six
rooms besides reception hall and
bath, stone foundation, laundry,
dry, electric lights, furnace, splen
didly arranged, the prettiest home
on the street,
f0' : S3.600
A 9-room house on 7th avenue, near
24th street; rents for $25; this is
A new 5-room cottage, easy walking
distance from Plow company, small
amount down, balance
on easy terms S1.G50
A 5-room cottage on 38th street;
bath, newly painted and
Papered SI. 600
A modern home on 14,2 street, six
rooms besides bath and reception
hall, gas and electric lights, furnace,
big cellar, east
A nobby little home, half a block
from Milan cars; five rooms, stone
foundation, interior just newly paint
ed and papered,
A beautiful little 5-room cottage, all
on one floor, modern throughout, lo
cated on 14th street, stone founda
tion, furnace, gas,
A fine east front lot on corner 27th
street and 17th avenue, nice
shade, 47x12314 S325
A lot 50x160, just outside the city
limits, near Long View
Fine building lots on 30th street,
paving paid for,
A splendid east front lot on 11th
street, near Third avenue, most
convenient location in
A lot 45x102 in best block on 14J
street, east front, sewer,
water and gas $825
An elegant lot on 22d street, .near
10th avenue, east
OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SAT
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE. 1801 Second Ave. Old phons