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THE ROCK ISEA3H) ARGUS. SATlfBDAT. FEMttfABT si IMS.
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Iear Mr. Thompson: I have ben I
Ifrolng .:th a young lady who professes
to care a rreat deal for m tut un
Iways has other ftllowg hanging '
ground when I go to see her. She savg I
h likes me best. Is he strlnglr.g
Jnie? 1 have stayed away from her, '
2tut she repea'dly sends for me. !
Hon't you think If he really cared
Vor me she would cut the other fellows
were at one time engaged and
Jralied It ol on account of my beiag
f(Ut of h pood position. Whon I care
i whole lot for this girl and would
ariarry her I In poslMon to do so, ,
err. I not Justified in wanting her to
ut the other fellows out?
How nhfi.1! I proceed to make ber j
indTPtjind ha' 1 expect of her? t
! K. G. B. !
?n your thouahta of this young wo-1 S-' nue othm el rea D0,e
p-,an i first? The former having normal
! You are not enpag.-d -to her. appar- I nof'ei U tt whlIe'
V-nMy can't n.arrv her, so vou have no 1 a,m keenlnS company with a younp
prht to ohject when she enjovs the i Kentema1a Who a few mon;hB tol(1
liompauv or oili.T men. me he thought a lot of me. and I'm
r If you want to find out If the girl jquit.e 8Ure e waa 0n the yPT ot P
care. for vr u nsk her to marrv vnn I Immediately changed the
of honor at a post-nuptial reception of
Thursday evening at the home of the
bilde"s mother, Mrs. Peter Rathjens,
In Bettendorf. A large company of
friends was entertained and there was
music and supper was served. Mr.
and Mrs. Allsbrow have gone to house
keeping in Rock Island.
GRACE LADIES' AID SOCIETY.
MRS. F. C. SCHMTZER AT HER
home, 532 Thirtieth street, was the
People's society of the United Pres
byterian church was held with Miss
Notavena Steck at the home of Mrs. F.
A. Olame. 1301 Fourth avenue, lalt
I evening. After a short business meet
ing the evening was given over to
pleasure. Each member was asked to
bring an original valentine and these
were exchanged and caused no little
amusement. Then each one fished for
hearts on which were the fortunes of
the guests. A nice lunch was Berved
lcte in the evening. The members and j hostess to the February meeting of ciable in the church last night and
a program was given by miss Hazel
Spauldlng, Miss Julia Russ, Rev. W.
O. Oglevee and Miss Maloney who
gave piano numbers and Miss Maloney
alro sang. After the program an auc
tioneer sold the boxes and the ladies
served coffee and approximately ?23
was cleared by their efforts.
LUTHER LEAGUE SOCIABLE.
THE LUTHER LEAGUE OF GRACE
j Lutheran church entertained at a so-
! their friends have been invited to a !tbe Ladies' Aid society of Grace Luth
perty to be given Feb. 18 at the home ! eran church yesterday afternoon.
! of Miss Alexander, 1320 Forty-fourth
There was no business of any special
importance and " the time was given
over to sociability and refreshments
were served. Mrs. C. A. Blomgren
will be the hostess March 14,
large crowd attended. Pie a la mode,
coffee and rolls were served and the
league cleared $25.
JOLLY 600 CLUB.
MRS. HERMAN LAGE, 182
Fourth avenue, Moltne, entertained the
Jolly 500 olub Thursday afternoon.! CENTRAL MISSION CLASS.
! Mrs. D. O. Cooper won first prize, THE MISSION STUDY CLASS OF
! goods for a dress: Mrs. George Ben ' Central Presbyterian church met yes
; netl winning second, a lovely center- terday afternoon with Mrs. C. C. Bab-
! piece. The consolation and boobjrjbitt. 801t: Third avenue. Mrs. H. J. ; three-course lunch. Prety valentines
jprlr.es fell to Mrs. i . Henke and Mrs- Dawson conJueted the devotional ex- were used as place cards. Mrs. E. M.
R. P. Wood, a fancy pillow top and ercises and reviewed the lesson chap Wright at ber home on Sixteenth ave-
ANNIVERSARY CLUB MEETS.
THE MEMBERS OF THE ANNI
versary club were pleasantly entertain
ed yesterday afternoon by Mrs. John
Wangelln at her home on Twelfth ave
nue. The ladles spent the afternoon
in informal sociability and at the close
of the afternoon the host;ss served a
little tea apron. After the game re-' ter In the study book. "China s New
fiethments were served by the host-! Day." The ladies spent a pleasant
If ' tL ,
positive you am Jealous of him?
MODERN OLD MAIDS.
(1) No You can't forget anybody
that you really love. (2) Perhaps you
are too frivolous, or maybe you fall in
love too Quickly to suit the average
reliable man. (3) Iiugh at him and
admire all the pretty girls you see.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Can you tell
me why it is that some people when talned at her home. 418 Twenty-second ' nle Gellerman. daughter of Mrs. Jennie
they get warm or cold get very rosy street. Tuesday afternoon a number , Gellerman, to Hyman Whltebook of : home. Various games and guessing
of friends at a shower In honor of Mrs. iCounoil Bluffs, Iowa. The ceremony I contests were the diversions of the
will take place Sunday evening. March ! evening and the hostess served dainty
IS, at Beth Israel synagogue. She will
be attended by her sister, Miss Anna
Gellerman, and Jacob Baronstein will
exs. The meeting will be with Mrs.
Henry Clausen, Railroad avenue,
SHOWER FOR MRS. WONIO.
MR8. GEORGE PRITTIE ENTER-
wiclal time when lunch was served.
The class will meet again next week.
ANNOUNCEMENT 19 MADE OF
the approaching marriage of Miss MIn-
nue will be the hostess next Friday
FOR MI83 LUND.
M1S9 MABL.E MCLELLAN OF
this city entertained 15 young ladles
Thursday evening for Miss Esther
Lund, who Is soon to leave for Prince
ton, Iowa, where she will make her
W. W'onlo. Heart! wera played and
a dainty luncheon was served. Those
present were Mrs. T. Ryan, Mrs.
Chris Popps, Mrs. H. A. 81ppel, Mrs.
Palmer. Mrs. O. E. Slppel, Mrs. Dro-j be the groom's attendant. Mr. White-
book Is one of Council Bluffs leading
flh away ;rid put up with what you
'fan lve hT. If nil Is willing to do
that, f-he really loves you.
But if you are urable to take care
if a wife ai d make her reasonably
Jiappy, you won't be much of a man
lo ak hr to lnarry you; you'll stand
side and l-l Home. K"od fellow have
; D'-ar Mrs Thompson: We are 27.
conKlrlered pretty and youthful in our
pp nrancf. (it Wenf we ever re
flly in lor-' O'lr ex'.ierlpnce is tha'
fve c;ir. ! -. i'.: -p!y love with one
j.ar'i'-ulHr person, but pliould any ob
stacle arise to fause separation, w e
fan In a few db's forget nil shout the
loved ot.e and Xw.'n to a new one.
' (2 i How lit It no cannot get a good
Tellable fe'.lc'"- ut stick? 3 How
ney, Mrs. A. H. Fippel. Misses Alice
Ryan and Marguerite Popps.
MR. AND MRS. SPENCER ALLS
brow of this city, nee Miss Anna Tap-
pendorf, whose marriage took place
subject and managed to let him know
that I would not contemplate mar
r'ece for several years. I am still
keeping company with him and would
accept him, if he would only aek.
Could you suggest anything for me to ; at Clinton last week, were the guests
do? NIXIE. !
(1) A healthy person will always
get roxy cheeks when exercising in
the cold. The red-nosed one perhaps 1
doc not exercise enough.
(2) You probably discouraged him i
pretty thoroughly in the beginning. '
All you enn do now is to be very ;
iwoet end companionable, so that he '
may fee', lie siiiply can't live any
lor.etr without you. Some time you
might t';il him that you used to think
people cucht nor to marry young, but
Mn'-p you have noticed how very hap-
py yo'jr frierids are, who have mar
ried early, you've almcst begun to
H. M. W. BOX SOCIABLE.
THE H. M. W. SOCIETY OF SOUTH
Park Presbyterian church entertained
at a box sociable last evening In the
church. The fore part of the evening I Friday evening, Feb. 14.
B. O. F. 80CIAL MEETING.
MEMBERS OF THE B. O. F. HELD
their usual social meeting at the home
of Miss Agnes Morrison, 1308 Twenty
eipht.h avenue, Thursday evening. At
tendance was large and refreshments
were served at a late hour. The next
meeting will be with Miss Alma Roehl,
2V03 Seventh avenue. Rock Island,
EXPERT PICKS AMERICA'S TWO MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMEN; ONE IS '
NATIVE OF CALIFORNIA, THE OTHER HAILS FROM .WISCONSIN
f-tiou'd you treat a person who se:ns 1 thirk vou were wrung
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U. P. LADIES' AID SOCIETY.
J .MUK. J i(. LKOt.KS. 4i"j2 SKV
trtli hii'iiiie, Mtcrluiiicd tl.e Ladies'
jVi.l societ of the L' lilted I're&byturliin
i litirch )-' nljy aiUtl.oou with 25
luiieii pi vi.ehi. i t;t, :n aturr wus i:i
tttiiriiil to pny the lust no'e on thi;
Jitl'lo.ill ,'.. the cUut'-a ili.pnM cSIle'ltS.
'lic oiunii!tie appointed at tin; last
lm eti.'iH tt p. rt' d that tuey had coin
tl ari. i:ni'taeii:s for the alei.tin
rociuble lo be :wti at the cliuciu
t'i. 14. A l uy.rani :il be piven at
:it time iiml !. i 1 1 1 !i v. ill be served.
1 In tiut.b a: toil 'lions jexterday
tn.mmteij to S'i.r." .tter the titisir.et.
f : f Ion the l.ulie. MoHeil a pleabiint
af ertioou in i-ofuliiliij utiJ they were
rverl vil:1: re.ri s!:t!ient. 'i'he hoiit
was h: biM'ed i .Mrs. auburn.
1m. Hop.eb cnJ Mrs. )berstaller. 'i'he
Siciely will :-ict in two we. -km wlta
?lrs. MiU n, i' '2 Sfvent.'i iilh street.
miss sauaii c. coin.. n, re, li
ter of Mr ar.d Mrs. tl. H. Cool of Cor-
iiMa mill J iu es ('. if.iward. sii of .Mr.
ni Mtc H. J Howard of I'oit Byron,
were utuieil in tnairiae at the home
' the bi iiie m paicnt Thursday even-
H.u. II T. KusseJl of Port Hyroii
ti:lit'iat lug The couple was attended
ly MibH Lonuie fcini'.U. couoin of the
1 ride, and George Howard, brother of
the groom MihF Laura Moody at the
;'ano rendered the wedding march,
he bride wore n beautiful gown of
i.ite lace over hatir, and t-he carried
loi-cs. Her att iirlent was dressed in
I blue siil; and carried carnations. The ,
hoite wan very prettily decorated in
pink and while, the bride's choeeu
colors. After the ceremony a five t
ccui.-e hiipjier was served to To rela-1
li'.es and (lose 1'rit mis of the bride'
aiiu groom. I
SOUTH PARK MISSION SOCIETY. I
'JHhJ KIKST IIUUl'LAK MKKin'G j
foiiowiim I'tgaiiization of the South
I':.rk M:;;:j!i tor iety waa held yeHter- j
duy hfterno'Ki with Mr3. J. H Pritch-'
if. U ' ' 1 Tenth r.M nue. The preaiient.
.Mrf. Hall,-"was unable to be preei'iiti
iii:l a letter o' greeting from her waa '
uaii by Mr-.. C I) McLane. who pre-:
t-';!"il tii li r s-teaii. and conducted the
deotio.i.ii. .Irs. V. ;. Oglevee read
a paper on the beginning of the wo
n.j.n's iniosionarj work iu America,
Mrs. Mclane sj.'Oke ou the relation of
the Individual mission society to the
Presbyterian society at large. Mrs.
llllanis read a letter from one, of the
mlt-slonupen bja'ioned tit Tucson.
Ari.:. where there is an Indian school
and to which place the Sund.ty schoijl
hail sent Christmas gifts. Mrs.
liochinc told of the religious publica
tion cif the society, the Woman's niaua
r.'ne. The society voted to change the
time of mei ti:i;i from The flrst Friday
to the third Friday of the month. Mrs.
Bothnie wi'! be the next hostess.
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(OFFICIAL PI BLICATION)
Report of the condition of
Located at Rock Island, State of Illinois, before the commencement of
business on the 5th day of February, 1913, as made to the Auditor of
Public Accoants ef the State of Illinois, pursuant to law.
Loans on real estate ? 843,084.00
Loans on collateral security 136.SSS.B8
Other loans and discounts 410,372.98 9 889,845.68
OVERDRAFTS: it 2,449.11
Public serrle corporation bonds , 216,611.75
Other bonds and securities 101,352.50 317,964.25
Banking house 154,696.30 154,6960
DUE FROM BANKS:
Private and foreign 46S.38 J8B.046.68
CASH GX HAND:
Currency .... ........ . 85,139.00
Gold coin , 8.890.00
Silver coin 4,498.25
Minor coin 280.71 C8.803.09
OTHER CASH RESOURCES. V
Checks and other cash items 4,116.80
Collections la transit 819.13 4,94-99
Total resources I1.72S.738.79
CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN 9 20O.0O0X0
SURPLUS FUND 100,000.00
Less current interest, expenses and
taxes paid 9 25,969.60 25,969.60
Tims certificates 47,185.10
Savings, subject to notice 820,095.14
Demand, subject to check 477,192.94
Demand certificates 81,697.54
Cashier's checks 4,710.28 1.880,781.00
DUE TO BANKS, Including certificates of deposit:
State 8,880 83
National 157.28 T.088.16
Total liabilities 8L723.788.79
I, K. T. Anderson, cashier of the State bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
K. T. ANDERSON. Cashier.
State of Illinois. County of Rock Island, ss.: Subscribed and sworn
to before me this 6th day of February, 1913.
(SEAL) Signed, C. R. CHAMBERLTN. Notary Public
We call your attention to the fact that since the opening
of our Savings Department, Sept. 6, 1910, 29 months ago, we
have received $867,230.24 in Savings deposits. vfefr
Mrs. Hack Ronald French and Mian Katnlrrn Elliot.
(?r"cial corrfJTondpnce to The Arus.) .pert on all matters pertaining to fr-mi- , Congressman and Mrs. Henry Allen
Washington. Feb. 6. The two most nine pulchritude, are the nioft beaut i- ' Cooper, of Wisconsin,
beautiful women in America have been ful. Roth are prominent and popular It was at the Southern Relief ball
named. The thing was done by C. H. ; society women. j In Washington that Mr. Nicholla met
de Lyon Nicholls. who created a fur- j Mrs. French Is the daughter of i these two beauties. He was eauallv
umental work. Call at our shop on
Second avenue and see for yourself.
W are the leaders ror up-rdate
laundry work. Each shirt finished
by hand and put up In a carton, insur
ing work. Delivered to you In good
condition. We guarantee no cracked
collars or cuffs. City Steam laundry.
Keid & Bollman, 417 Seventeenth
Have been making chocolates for 20
years now but never had any pack
age jump into national popularity quite
so quickly as my "Preferred" box of
chocolates. These are just a little
bit better. The name Ga'jsert on every
piece is a guarantee of their pur
ity. Get a box today.
Johnson's Wood Dye is not a mere
stain not simply a surface dressing.
It Is a real, deep-seated dye, that goes
to the very heart of the wood and
stays there fixing a rich and permit '
nent color. Johnson's Wood Dye is
made in 14 standard shades. For sale
by Lurch & Greve, 2008-2004 FourUi
All the news all the time
ore in the capital by announcing that ; former
only a few of the ultra-fashionable set I Wynne,
we re eligible to the Society of Colon- i French,
Pobtmaster General Robert ! charmed bv both, thoueh Mrs French
She was married to Captain j is a brunette and Miss Elliott a pro-
a British arrav officer, while nounced blonde.
ial Cavaliers because they
descended from royalty.
Mrs. Hugh Ronald French, nee
! Wynne, and Miss Kathleen Elliott, of
SURPRISE NEWLYWEDS. ; Racine, Wis., according to Mr. Nich-
MR. AND MRS. ARV1D AHLENE ' oils, who coyly admits that he's an ex-
fo'ird a merry company of friends to ;
gifet them when they responded to;
the invitation to spend the evening at :
her father was consul to London.
Mrs. French is a native of Califor
nia. Most of her life has been spent,
however. In the British and American
Miss Elliott is at. present visiting
Mr. Nicholls Is in loco parentis to
the Cavaliers. He has established a
branch in Washington, having found
here sufficient claimants to royal de
srent to nourish his blue-blooded society.
Biliousness is Bad Enough
in itself with its headaches, sour stomach, unpleasant breath
and nervous depression but nervousness brings a bad train
of worse ills if it is not soon corrected. But if you will clear
your system of poisonous bile you will be rid of present
troubles and be 6ccure against others which may be worse.
act quickly and surely they regulate the bowels, stimulate
the liver and kidneys tone the stomach. Then your
blood will be purer and richer and your nerves won't bother
you. The whole world over Beecham's Pills are known as a
most efficient family remedy, harmless but sure in action. For
all disorders of the digestive organs they are regarded as the
Best Preventive and Corrective
Tha direction with avary ba ara valaabla especially for woman
Said everywhere, la bole 10c. 25c.
COLD EPIDEMIC 1
I Will Rffund Your Money if My
Cold Remedy Fails to Cure.
1 Hat! -i"'aaaijJ
i the home of their brother-in-law and '
elrter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson, In :
M line. It was but a few days ago
that friends ot the newly wed couple
discovered that Mr. Ahlene mid Miss
i At res Cooper of Rork Island had skip-
, pert to Monmouth Dec. 16 and were I
I nihrried there, so their friends in turn !
planned this surprise, which waa com-1
plete. After overwhelming the happy I
, pair with hearty congratulations and !
t est wishes, they presented them with
a beautiful mission rocker. Miss i
Edythe Roberts of Rock Island and !
rr! Spense and Pn:ce Psttltt furnlsh-
Pedagoguee to Meet.
The monthly meeting of the Tri
City Schoolmasters' club will occur
this evening at the Davenport Outing
club. A banquet will be served com-
To Have Smooth, White,
Soft Skin All Winter
menclng at 6:30 and a progTam will
(From The Woman Beautiful.)
Buy a home of Reldy Bros. -For
express, call William Trefa.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
Karler Rug company for vacuum
I know that my Co'.d Remedy will re
tier the heed, r.eee, tbu-t end bmia
ulnioet Immediately, er.d prevent l'li-n
Krone tiltte. Orlype and oiter dta-
ef C8 rent hntt of thete lttte re'--t.v.tr.y
end If v: ere not 'erfe-t1r
tfled with irn!ti I will refnod your
If ro'ir MM U Imp'tre, nr tf yno era
remrlrted, or If yoti hure PTiiep!, or
any liver or etmerh fn'iMe -ton t fll
to ue VnnT.-mii I'lwl'aw r1'W They
he:p In curing a fold. Ml N YON.
Ad vert iae mi-n l.)
easiiy In this weather, or become un
duly red or blotchy? Let me tell you
ei; ope iiea am rruc remit, rum sn-' . . .v
el u.1e.l rubers during thjeourse i ? "r?
of the evening Mr. Ahleno's mother
OOOOOOQXXXOOCOOOOOOOCOOOvctionaI exercises, then Mrs
Juvenile, 4 p. m.
Adults, 7 p. m.
wr tne hesters of the occasion and
served a delicious supper.
BAPTIST MISSION SOCIETY.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET
1rg of the Woman's Mlssioncry society
of the First Baptist church was held
at the home of Mrs. Belle Jonas, 1001
Peventeenth avenue, vaatarrfav after.
noon at 3 o'clock, with S9 present. Mis ', out cut,cI comss off Just :!ke dand-
Alwllda Young took charge of the de. i run 00 ea;p, only in al
most inr'.KDie ptrtlcios. Mercellsed
wait simply hastens Nature's werk.
Used as required, it keeps the faca
constantly free from devitalised scarf
skin and only the healthy, young
locking skin is la evidence, h'B the
Does your skin chap or roughen i cleanin and rug-making.
Onr B. B. serge at 188 la the test
value sver offered. J. B. Zimmer's
Blx per cent farm mortgagas. Littta
A Roberta, People's National bank
trouble and keep your complexion
beautifully white, smooth and soft the
winter long. Just get an ounce of or
dinary meroollzed wax at the nearest
drug store and use a little before re-
I tiring, aa you would ooid oream. Upon
j arising, remote the coating with sudsy
water. The waa. through some peeul
i iar attribute, flecks off the rough, die
i colored or blemished akin. The wern-
Kingsbury conducted the study of the
lesson, "The History of the Mormons,"
I The following gave papers on the s'lb
ject: UUs Alwilda Young, Mrs. John
I TUterington, Mrs, Luolu Ka. Mrs,
R. a. ftummars. Mrs. Phil Wagner and : Bet treatment known far weatharbeei-
Mr. H. V. JUed. Mrs, Klrgebury . en, aged, muddy frecklod, pimpled and
Closed with prayer, After a buainees U unbeautlful eompleatcas,
leealoc, Mrs, Jentm, aesiatad by Mrs, Kerne skies wrinkle o&aUjr la wn
J. X. Bhadmger, Mr, W, Jl, KseUf , ir. There's aa eeolIot feipedf in
and Ut, , kiekey, erve4 fefrek-:a b.rwlea waab. JaUea fsaae bf ais,
me&U and a aaelal hour fettowed. selvtag pee eeeee pcrwdered saaelite
' ' In oae-haif peiat witeb haecl This
t. P. V0Ua r'Eflr'L.e S 60CICTV, Iwiil quie.iy esdibale every iiae.
A HKKTlNa Of TH TOUfifJ J (Adv.)
Remember that Ralph Stanton ha
BTarythlng to make your frtends, who
Coal, coal, coal, The Rock Island
Fuel company wiU deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft com.
Ward !6Mahe will give you
eUmt on your piumfeiDg, sieara
and hot water heating that will save
fleason'n "Prukiliais," eheeete
eevered fruits with liquid eenifcra.
Take a pes heme today, for bale by
ail leading; defatcFa,
PuaGsere & e e&aeeil sb-e hease
and billiard pariers, ceraer of Tvea
tifetH Etfeet a fid eurih aaeaua. ftvfeis
tf44 e geed igaa and ai kieaa t.
ifafiiiof Lviaiiec g9Sf-.paej w31 e&
asia r ta buiid a &ua fabuea 6f bfa
(tei frj rta fUiiltect bfa,Kt jtliituer f.UQ
you ve suf ;iaad aad please4
to learn the low prices they are mak
ing. Souders Laundering company at 601
503 Twelfth street. This laundry lr
equipped with the very latest modern
machinery, turning out work that Is
not surpassed by any laundry In tha
Kaln Reinhardt cigar store still
takes the lead. Most liberally patron
Ised. Everything In tobacco, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Man is never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
T, 8. O'Hara. flour and fsed store,
Is having a big trade on stock and
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
for norms, cattle, hogs, sheep and
all kind sof poultry, it makes the
hens lay every day.
The Roek Island Lumber and Manu
facturing company, lumber aad build
ing material for all purposes, houses,
bams, granaries. We will give you an
(ippoftuclty to save a btg ptr cent. Let
us be tf service to you.
Math's bakery and eenreetloBery
store, the flae Jo the trl-eitlea.
Bread, raWee, ptM, eeekiag and hot
rolla: Teey r&B' be Uat, Mott peo
ple say they are superior to any home
baking. Let there serve you.
g: p: Leap, fiuKb'.Bg steam and
he(i w&Uf healing, gas puica, Hi
efficient kaawledge ef (he buEiaess
y.aily fcBtiilfcs i,; iB ybuf f.atrtjhage.
fiis fiiiep hag al pjedera equipmesig
PferytBg 3 ItiupsPiB supplies,
M.- IgifakaH) parens and graeite
wefas, save you tae saiadieman proi
Us. ffbty i la per cent saved on
every steBU&aeat &Bd all kiads ef uoa
We spare no effort which can possibly improve our
wokr. Ke know that when you send your shirts, shirt
waists, collars or any other fine work to this laundry
that what you want is just as near perfect work as it is
possible to produce.
That's why we take such great pains, why we adopt
every real improvement that is offered to us.
We were first to use the collar moulder, we use the
steam pressing mtehod of finishing the neckbands,
bosoms and cuffs of shirts, nothing which can improve
our service escapes us.
And to these efforts .we ascribe the fact of our re
markable growth and the splendid patronage we enjoy
from those who are particular about their linen.
A trial will speedily convince you that for quality
work this laundry is supreme.
"THE LAUNDRY OF QUALITY"
iOWS Steam Laundry Co.
WM. POHLMANN, Jr., Mgr.
ee-215 East Third Street,
PUBLIC INSPECTION INVITED.