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TOE ROOK ISLAND ARGUS
SATURDAY. APRIL 25. 1908.
TREASURER WILL "
PAY THE ORDERS
Beginning Monday,' Certificates Issued
by County Will Be Met at Office
at Court House.
iJay evening a "Merry Widow skate"
will be held and a prize will be given
to the one wearing the largest Merry
Widow hat .
Saturday night the skating will be
followed by a dance and the season
will be closed.
Monday the county treasurer will
begin paying the county orders which
have been issued since last fall. There
is about $35,000 outstanding these
orders.- Yesterday E. B. Krels, depu
ty collector for Rock Island made hla
settlement with the treasurer, and the
funds are now all in. The Rock Is
land books show $149,309.70 collected
on assessments of $252,700.74. Only a
small portion of this sum goes to the
county, however. When the orders
are paid, there will be about $15,000 in
CAPTAIN WHITNEY THE
Rock Islander Who Has Passed 80th
Milestone Has Gone to Do River
Work at Guttenberg.
THE WEA THE 11.
Cirarralljr fair aait cooler tonlgbt and
J. M. SHrciUIOH, Loral Korrrantrr.
Temperature at 7 a. tnM B4 at 3:30
p. in., HO. Maximum temperature la taut
24 hour,, 70; minimum, B3, Velocity of
wind at 7 a. 17 tulle per hour. Stage
of water, 6.N feet, a rlne of .0 foot In
hint 24 bourn. Precipitation up to 7 a.
II., .ttM lllt'llCH.
April 25 In History.
1500 Oliver Cromwell born; died lBSS.
173.V-Rev. Samuel Wesley, father of
the famous Wesleys, died, i
1800 William Cowper. poet, tiled: born
IS9S Declaration by the United States
that war with Spain bcj;an oo
Tonight and Tomorrow Mjrning.
Sun seta 0:45, rises 5:01; moon rises
6:14 a. m.
Captain A. J. Whitney with the
steamer bearing his name and a fleet
of 12 barges and two quarter boats is
on the way to Guttenberg, Iowa, where
he has a government contract to do
rlprappihg and wing dam construction
work to the amount of $40,000. The
work must be completed this season.
Captain Whitney is believed to be the
oldest river contractor in the United
States, having passed his 80th year.
He has been engaged in river work
for 37 years.
WANT THEB0ND SEVERED
Three More Have Filed Bills for Di
vorce in the Circuit Court.
Three new divorce cases were filed
late yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Flor
ence DeSmet sues for divorce from
David DeSmet on the grounds of
cruelty. They were married here July
Mrs. Rose Cook charges Edward
Cook with drunkenness and cruelty,
They were married Dec. 24, 1.S97, at
Peter Van Neste. in a suit against
his wife. Louise Van Neste, charges!
her with desertion. He claims she
twice left him and sold the household I
oods and pocketed the proceeds, go-1
ing to Belgium once and to Kewanee
the second time. She now is in East
Moline. They were married June 1,J
LIQUOR MAN IS TAKEN IN
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Jones for second hand goods-.
TrlCity Towel Supply company.
Cheapest wall paper at McCabe's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefa
Kerler & Co. clean carpets and rugB,
A special lot of finest canaries and
gold fish on sale at McCabe's.
Sell me your household goods
Jones, second hand and loans.
Let Krell & Sicmon do ycur furnace
and tin work: 131C Third avenue.
Bowlby's music house have several
good second hand pianos at bargain
Need any carpenter work? Call on
Bergeson, 1C15 Fourteenth street. Old
Do your spring painting. A most
opportune paint sale next week at Me
Get an expert tuner at Bowlby's
for your piano and also the S. & II
green stamps for cash.
Give Bowlby's music house your tun
ing order. They give S. & II. green
trading stamps for cash.
Embroidery bargains that will cause
a big crush at McCabe's beginning
Monday a. ni. at 9 o'clock.
A black silk purchase that will set
the women fairly wild will be opened
Monday morning at 9:30 at McCabe's.
Now Is the time to get your piano
tuned. Bowlby's guarantee satisfac
tion and give S. & H. green stamps
The new silk dresses, suits and
coats shown at McCabe's keeps this
department the busiest place in the
Emlg, the tailor, is showing an unusually-
large line of fancy woolens
for spring wear. Order your spring
Bult or top coat there.
See A. L. Bruner for piano tuning,
regulating, voicing and repairing. All
work guaranteed. 425 Nineteenth
street. New phone 5291.
The sale of reliable garden and
flower feeds and bulbs continues to
increase,- and Is adding many new
customers every season.
M. S. Heagy has left the service of
the United States engineers' ollice in
Ihis city and become associated with
the Rock Island National bank.
Rev. B. H. Young of Christ church
nttsburg. son of M. J. Young of this
city, will preach at Trinity Episcopal
church tomorrow morning at 10:45.
Great activity In the furniture, car
pets, rugs and other floor coverings
have marked the new special bargain
offerings of these goods at McCabe's.
The big new stock of hosiery at Mc
Cabe's next week introduces Itself to
the public with double trading stamp3
all week on every pair of stockings
If you let Emlg make your spring
suit, you can be sure that the style
will be right, fit perfect and workman
ship unexcelled. A big line of wool
ens to select from. .
Milo Clapp of Davenport will be the
speaker at the socialist meeting at In
dustrial ball tomorrow afternoon St
2:30. This will be the last meeting
of the winter series. During the sum
mer and fall the party expects to
have some of the best speakers in the
cause to lecture here. v
Simon Lewis Victim of Swindler Who
Passed Bogus Checks.
Simon Lewis was the victim of a
clever confidence game this morning.
when a man named W. E. Welch
passed two. bogus checks on him, one
in payment of a purchase of goods
from the liquor store which Mr. Lewis
conducts, and the other for cash.
Welch was apprehended by the police
when the checks were found to be
TrHE true form-reducing Kabo Corset,
the form. Droduclnsr a- lone and slender
. figure with . straight back and hip effect
six splendid Hose , Supporters front ana
sides, sizes 20 to 33. Price. $3.00. :
THE DECISION IS WITHHEL0
Claim for Excess Freight Charges is
Taken Under Advissment.
Judge R. V. Olmsted has taken un
der advisement the case of the Wood
ruff Ice company of Peorit against
the Milwaukee railroad, for S32G.95 ex
cess charges for transporting ice from '
Wisconsin to Peoria. The company
claims the road charged a higher rate
than was agreed upon. The case has
been pending for some little time lu I
the county court. The evidence and
arguments were concluded yesterday.
VJLLAGE IS MADE DRY BY LOT
SEASON NEARING CLOSF
' f - r. .
Last Roller Skating Is la Be Enjoyed
, , . . Next Week.
The wind up of the roller skating
season is at hand. Tonight, Wednes
day and next Saturday 'are the last
Carbon Cliff Candidates Who Tied
Draw Lots for Place.
Carbon Cliff will be dry, all doubt
of the fact having been removed
Thursday evening when the two candi
dates for members of the board of
trustees who were tied at the election
Tuesday with 34 votes each drew lots.
F. II. Adams, the wet candidate, lost
out, and William Gainey. his dry op
ponent, was seated. The board now
stands 4 to 2 against license.
"Wquld yon advise me to go Into pol
"You:is man." answered Senator Sor
ghum, "the more fact that you are so
modest ns to ask advice about it proves
that you are unfit; for the profession."
On the Ten Party Line.
Suddenly the alarm clock went off.
The sleeper, bulf awake, listened.
"It's only one rlnjr," he said. "Ours
Is four rings."'
Whereupon he went to sleep a gala
and missed his train. Chicago Tribune.
f.'aine's Timber Output.
The timber iutput of Maine last win
ter was yoO.OW.OOO feet, nud tbe indi
cations nre that these figures will be
about equaled this year. The scarcity
f labor prevented operations to a
"What would you do." asked the ex
cited politician. "If a paper should call
you a liar and a thief?"
"Well." said the lawyer. "If 1 were
you I'd toss up n cent to see whether
I'd reform or lick the editor." Cleve
land Leader. -
Never Touched Him.
"Doesn't begging make you asham
ed?" "Sure. If.yoit knew how stingy some
ben were you would lie ashamed of
)elng human.' Philadelphia "Ledger.
Q ILK Gloves In all lengths are In great
favor, 2-clasp, double tip, Kayser's
make. Black, White and Colors, 12 and
16 button lengths, double tip Mousque
talre Kayser Silk . Cloves in White, Black
and Colors, all are favorites.
THE negotiations we have recently closed
with importers of the best make of
Hosiery in France and in Chemnitz, also
with the best factories in America, places
us in a better position to ; sell absolutely
satisfactory Stockings than ever. :e'are
determined as never before that every pair
of Stockings sold from this store must give
satisfaction. To thoroughly and quickly in
troduce these newest and best Stockings,
and to make you better acquainted with
these reliable, trustworthy makers, we vill
give double "S. H." green trad
ing stamps all next week on all Stock
ings sold from this big Hosiery Section.
April 27th . to May 2d inclusive, , double
stamps in the Hosiery Department.
TNTEREST in Grecian Cop
per Jewelry continues to in
crease. It is a reigning fad and
a distinct rtovelty. The origin
al and tasteful designs attract
attention and many ladles are
buying a nice assortment.
, There are Hat Pins in round
and . star patterns, plain and
mounted with jade, Veil Pins in
beautlrul patterns, Belt J3uck
les, plain and mounted, Belt
Pins plain and mounted. Back
Combs in shell, etc., 50c to
THE . new Ring Bagshave
you seen them?. The
come . in elegant leathers and
various shapes, with ring hand
les, absolutely secure, best kind
of shopping bags, 1.75 to 5.62.
New Finger Bags just in
from some of the best makers,
many novelties among these,
strap and handle styles, all the
popular leathers, 67c to 5.00.
THERE is a motto for Gun
ther's Candy. Do you know'
what it is? Always, "Not how
cheap but how good."
ITS rather unusual at this season of the
year to see so many New Books, by
the best known writers. Authors of fiction
have, in a measure, forestalled the season
and the result promises interesting sum
We are showiag these books first, of
course. Among the best are: "The Black
Bag," by Joseph Vance; "The City of De
light," by Elizabeth Miller; "The Coast of
Chance," by Esther and Lucia Chamber
lain; "The Fair Moon of Bath," by Eliza
beth Ellis; "The Stuff of-a Man," by Kath
erine Evans Blake.
Most fascinating books at our special
Fine Black Silks
i ' '
3650 yards fine black Peau de Soles and Taffetas, bought from an
overloaded manufacturer from 33 to 40 percent under value, will be
placed on sale Monday morning at 9:30. If you have a Black Silk want,
be on hand promptly. Taffetas and Peau de Soles in qualities, adapted
for all kinds of wear. lining, petticoats, waists, suits, coats, etc., to be
sold as bought at a saving of 33 to 40 percent
27-lnch Lustrous Black Rust
ling Chiffon, regular 1.25 value,
36-inch same quality, a yard
wide, never sold under 1.50, per
36-Inch fine Chiffon Taffeta,
beautiful lustrous finish, regular
value 1.75 yard. $1.25.
5 pieces 30-lnch rich rustling
quality Black Taffeta, regular 1.00
value, yard 69c.
3 pieces 30-lnch fine Black
Taffetas. ' rich lustrous finish,
should not last long at 78 C. -
27-lnch fine Black Chiffon Peau
de Sole. 5 pieces of these, better
act quick, as the price is about
half, per yard 59c.
5 pieces heavy Black Peau de
Soie. . 27-inch, a saving of 40c a
yard on this quality, at 85c.
3 pieces yard-wide, fine Black
Peau de Sole, splendid Coating
Silk, regular 1.38 quality, at 89c.
Great values In 27' and 36-inch
Peau de Soles and Taffetas, that
we lack space to mention in de
tail, will be on sale at $1.25 to
$1.65 yard, worth fully one-third
A Paint Sale
XTONDAY and while It lasts--1000
cans Green Label, ready-mixed
household paint, in most all the staple
colors, now is the time to buy at these
Gallon cans, nearly all colors, 98c.
Half-gallon cans, mostly all colors,
Quart cans, all colors. 25c.
Neal's Screen Enamel. Black or
Green, pints 33c.
Electric Wall Paper Cleaner, per
can 8c. v
Lawn and Garden Tools
Iron Garden Rakes, each 19c.
Combination Lawn Rakes. 35c.
Polished . Steel Spades, with D
Handle, each 48c.
Double pointed Weeding Hoes,
Polished Steel Garden Trowels. 5 c.
purchase of the sample pieces of one of the largest St. Gall
manufacturers of Embroideries used in their New York
show-rooms for the display of all the patterns made by
. 2,600 yards Corset Cover
Embroideries & wide Flounc
ings the flouncings have full
width bands to match Nain
sook, Swiss and Cambric,
values in this lot up to 1 .00
a yard, divided in four lots,
half price and less at 48c,
38c, 25c and 19c yard.
Allovers for nice waists
or waist fronts, worth up to
2.00 yard, at 98c, 88c and
2,000 yards fine Beadings
for finishing. Corset Cover
Bands, rare values at 19c,
15c. 12c and 10c yard.
All ready for selling at 9 o'clock Monday and for the week.
, 250 Metal Beds of the latest and newest styles, in plain and combination col
ors with gold decorations. Gun Metal, Vernis Martin and Solid Brass.
' White Enamel Metal Beds, some with continuous posts, others with bras3
top rails and brass knobs, 1.50 to 4.75.
Massive Metal Beds In Vernis Martin and combination colors with gold
decorations, 5.00 to 16.50.
Solid Brass Beds with large size posts, Colonial and 20th Century, polish and
satin finish, 22.00 to 50.00. ZHZ
-Metcalf to San Francisco..
Washington, April 25. Secretary
Metcalf expects to leave Washington
next Monday afternoon for San Fran
Cisco, where he Is to review the At
lantic and Pacific fleets in San Fran
Cisco bay. on May 8. He expects to
arrive at his destination on May 1.
Beer That Is Beer.
If you want to drink" good beer, order
the Davenport Malting company's pale
export.- Delivered anywhere in Rock
Baya the rink .will be open. - AVednes-j Island. Both phones, north 169.
In Furniture, Carpets and Rugs the sea
son's strongest offerings in' desirable : Floor
Coverings and Furnishings.
Brussels Rugs 9x12 feet. Medallion and Oriental
Patterns, specially priced 11.45 to 16.85.
Axmlnster and Velvet Rugs. 9x12 feet, artistic
designs and harmonious colorings, 19.50 to 27.50.
Royal Wilton Rugs, 9x12 feet. In a variety of
colorings, and soft rich tones, 33.50 to 39.00.
Deltox and Crex Grass Rugs and Matting, dur
able and sanitary, highly satisfactory in every respect.
Rugs In all standard sizes and colorings, 8.75 to
Special for Monday. Deltox and Crex Grass Rugs,
9x12 feet. Reds, Greens and Blues. Monday 7.50. -Ingrain
Carpets, fast colors and sanitary in pretty
Brussels effects. 25c to 42c yard.
All wool Ingrain Carpets, best extra supers, in a
wide range of patterns, 65c to 75c yard.
Ax minster and Velvet Carpets, Floral and Orien
tal patterns, values up to 1 .35 for 95c yard.
High-grade Dressers and Chiffoniers. In Golden
Oak. wax finish, and solid Mahogany, finished dull.
French and Colonial designs, with wood knobs, 30.00
Princess and Empress Dressers. Oak, Mahogany
and Blrdseye Maple, 8.50 to 22.50.
Palatial Dining Tables of select quartered oak,
round tops with large pedestals and claw feet. 14.50
Square extension Dining Tables In solid oak,
6.50 to 12.00.
Comodious China Closets, quarter sawed oak.
high-class In finish and construction, bent glass In
sides and doors, some with mirror tops and claw feet.
16.50 to 32.50.
Stately and Impressive Buffets, In quartered Oak.
polish finish, conveniently arranged with drawers and
. cabinets, 15.00 to 37,50. "
The New Silk Dresses
"pHE unusual showing of Silk Dresses of all
kinds at this store is attracting marked atten
tion. Our Third Avenue West Window displays a
few of these dainty and beautiful garments. The
many colorings, the novelties, the stripes, whatever
fashion and taste has decreed proper and becom
ing, you'll find it In the big Garment Department
Evening Dresses, exquisite Combinations of
Silk and Lace. -copies of Imported models; Silk
Dresses of light shimmering Summer Silks in
beautiful two-toned Stripes; Foulard Dresses In
new designs and patterns the very latest models
colors. Black. Navy. Brown. Green and Copen
hagen; plain Taffeta Silk Dresses, with Lace and
Net yoke and sleeves, all the popular colors;, Silk
Jumper Dresses, emphatically the fad of the'sea
sons, and a sensible one
at that, many becoming
models at these attrac
tive prices, $8.50 to $25.
Silk Rajah and other rough weaves in the beauti
ful shades, and Panajah Cloth. Combination weave of
wool and silk, are used by the dress artists in the
handsome models we are showing at $13.50 to $35.
Every woman should have at least one silk dress
In her wardrobe. At once dressy and for general
we quote here. Is not only a luxury but a necessity. '
VV'V.ii, r- . .. - ..
x niut usea extensively tor Auto wear, are
equally useful as driving coats or for almost
any wsar. They are made 50 inches long, entirely
loose or with, fitted waists and wide roomy skirts.
They are also well adapted for traveling. We men
tion a few of the styles:
Mme. Butterfly Coats, classy models. $19.50, $22.50 and $25.00.
English Models Coats of striped novelty cloth, very stylish and smart, $15.
Silk Rubber Coats in beautiful stripes and plaids, very unusual values, $ 19.50.
Birds and Gold Fish
V NOTHER lot of those beautiful Harts Mountain
Canary Singers and Andreasberg Roller Canaries
at $2.50 and $3.50 each.
Single Yellow Head Carthagenla Parrots, that will
Gold Fish, extra large size, fine healthy' speci
Seeds and Bulbs
'T'HOSE always reliable Flower and Vegetable
Seeds, you've bought them here for 1 0 years,
and they've always given satisfaction. Greater va
riety this year than ever, per package, lc.
In Bulk Seeds, we have only the best tested
Corn, popular names, per quart, 10c and 15c.
Beans many kinds, per quart. 15c.
Peas, tall and bush varieties, quart 15c.
Onion Sets, per quart. 10c.
.Dahlia Bulbs, large, each 5c.
Gladiolus Bulbs, per dozen, 24c.
Lawn Grass Seed, best mixed, lb.. 17c
Artistic Wall Paper
And room Mouldings when bought 'here
do not need to be expensive, as we show
more beautiful patterns at a lower cost than
has ever before bn seen in this locality.
Our expert Wall paper. Man can help
you wonderfully in making a little money
paper several rooms.
Isn't It about time to freshen up a little, especially
when it can be 'done at so slight a cost.
We show good Wall Paper at 2c, 3c. 4 c. and 5c
a roll, which usually sell for twice as much. High
grade Parlor Papers. 10c. 15c and 25c a roll, with
Novelty Papers at 35c to ,50c a roll, that you'll find
nowhere else at the same price. .
Select early and get the best.'
SHORTAGE FIGURES G!Vr
Facts Learned by Audit of John
Corns Books Made Public.
A statement was issued today o'
the audit of the accounts of Johr
Corns, showing the balances due tlit
different school districts, as follows:
District 44, $600.51; district 45. $3,-
014.89;. district 4C, $841.97; district 47.
$480.70; district 48, $1,459.88; district
50, $271.10; district 51, $201.73: dis
trict 02, $129.58; district 03, $504.79;
district. 64, $1,978.81; township 17, $2,-
099; total due, $12,313.05; cash on
hand, $2,551.03., It is said that the se
curities turned over will leave $1,000
to $1,500 to be settled for. A suit
against Mr. Corns and his bondsmen
has already been filed in the circuit
court, for $15,000.- ,
Cured of Rheumatism.
William Henry of Chattanooga. Tenn.
had rheumatism in his left arm. "The
strength seemed to have gone" out of
the muscles so that it was useless for
work" he says. "I applied 4 Chamber
lain's Pain Balm and wrapped the arm
in flannel at night, and tomy relief
I found that the pain gradually left me
and the strength returned. . In three
weeks the rheumatism had . disappear
ed and has not since, returned." - If
troubled with rheumatism try a few
applications of Pain - Balm.- You -are
certain to be pleased with, the relief
which It affords. For sale, by all drug
gists. .' ' - ' -
Chicago. April 25. Following are
be market quotations today:
. V Wheat.
May. 97, 99, 97. 97.
July. '89. 89, 88. S9.
September, 85, 80, 84, 85.
May, 07, 07, CO, 00.
July. 02, 02. 01, 02.
September. 01. 01, 00, 01.
May, 53, 53. 53, 53.
July, 45. 45. 45, 45.
September, GC, 30, 30, 3.0.
May, 12.85, 13.00, 12.80, 13.00.
July, 13.17. 13.32, 13.1 5r 13-32.
September, 13.551, 13.02, 13.47, 13.02.
May. 8.00. 8.07. 7.97. 8.07.
July.. 8.20, 8.27, 8.17. 8.27.
. September. 8.42. 8.47. 8.37, 8.47.
May. C.80, 0.85, 6.75, C.85.
July, 7.07. 7.15. 7.05, 7.15.
September, 7.35, 7.4C, 7.32, 7.40.
Receipts today: Wheat, 9; corn
320; oats. 2S; hogs, ' 8,000; cattle,
200; sheep, 500. : ,
Estimated receipts Monday: Hogs
Hog market opened strong. Hogs
jeft over, G.000. Light. $5.20(5'3.';
good heavy, $5.205.75; mixed and
utchers, $5.30$T3.S0; rough heavy,
Cattle market opened stpady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha: Hogs, 5,000; cattle. 200.
Kansas City: Hogs, 4,000; cattle.
Hog market closed weak 5 to 10
L'ents h;her. Light, $5.50 05X5;
nixed and butchers, $5.2535.73; good
heavy, $5.155.67; rough heavy, $3.15
Cattle market closed steady. Beeves
J3.C0&7.25; cows and heifers, $2.40(j
6.50; Blockers and feeders, $3.4005X0.
Sheep maiket closed steady.
Minneapolis: Today, 105; last week.
201; last year. 235. Duluth: Today,
7; last week, 50; last year, 224.
Liverpool closed Wheat to 1
higher, corn unchanged.
vv i vir uaiiiv J La li; f lit. r la
New York, April 25. Reserve in
Reser.ve less U. S increased, $9,-
Loans decreased, $5,210,700.
Specie increased. $8.001.400. .
Legals- increased, $22,734,000.
Deposits increased, $5,293,900.
Circulation decreased, $133,800.
' New York Stocks. '
New York, Aprll 25. Following are
the quotations on the stock market to-1
Gas 91, U. P. 133. U. S. Steel
preferred 100, U. S. Steel common
30, Reading i0S, RocX Island pre
ferred 29. Rock Island comnion.15.
Southern Pacific '70, N. Y. Central
99. Missouri Pacific 45. L. & N.
101. Smelters 71, C. F. I. 24.
Canadian Pacific 150 Illinois Cen
tral 129. Penna 119. Erie 18. C.
& O. 33. B. R. T. 47. B. & O. 84.
Atchison 78, locomotive 4C, Sugar
127. St. Paul 123, Copper C0. Re
public Steel preferred 07. Republic
Steel common IS, Southern Ry. 14.
$5.00; lambs, $4 50 to $0.75.
Cattle Steers, $3.00 to $C00; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to $4.00; -calves, $4.00
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 6Sc to 70c; oats, 50c to
Forage Timothy hay, $11 to $13:'
prairie, $S.O0 to $10.00; clover, $10.00
to $11.00; straw. $0.00.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack,
per bushel, 7c to 8c
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
. Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island,. April 25. Following
are the wholesale prices in the local
- Provisions and Produce.
Eggs Fresh, 12c to 13c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens. 10c
per pound; hens, per pound, 9; ducks.
per pound, 9c; turkeys, per pound,
14c; geese, per pound, 9c.'
i Butter Dairy. 25c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 55c to.COc;
Live Stock, . -
Hoga $3.23 to $5.50.
Sheep Yearlings . or over, $4.00 ,to
Mrs. Barker "I was given up by
one of our best doctors, no hope, dis
heartened, took Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea as a last resort; it
saved my life." Greatest remedy for
women. 25 cents, tea or tablets.
Harper House pharmacy.
MRS. D. E. SCHOLL
Is the place to get a good sham
poo, facial and scalp massage,
manicuring or chiropody. -
A full line of hair goods, nets,
etc Hair work made to order.
Hair dressing for parties and
weddings at the homes if de
sired. Opposite Harper house.
Old Phone 953.