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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATUltOAT. JUXE M, 1913.
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over the number of last fall when less
than 60 enrolled to start the year.
Members of the school board state that
if the number cotinnues to increase as
they have been doiac It will be neces
"Here's the Answer"
TO THE GREAT HEALTH PROBLEM
When YOU do not feel &s well as you should when
you lack appetite, energy, strength and ambition when
the liver is lazy and bowels clogged, causing sickness and
suffering, you should try a bottle of
sary to have another instructor by J
next fall The school has been moved
from, the Irving building bo the Wash
ington. This change has been brought
about at the request of several of the
students who believe it will be handier.
Sell Elks' Lot Frank H. Gluesing,
trustee for the Elks' property at
Twenty-eighth avenue and Fifteenth
street reported at the meeting of the
Attorney Held. Arrested on Infor
mation charging him with obtaining
money under false pretenses, sworn
to by Commodore P. Fetterer, pro
prietor of a saloon at 111 East Third
street, Charles T. Cooper, the Daven
port attorney. u taken into custody
and released to appear for hearing In
Justice Damn's court yesterday after
noon. The amount involved is $13. Ac
cording to Cooper he gave Fetterer a
check for the foregoing amount and
dated It ahead. When Fetterer de
manded payment on the check Cooper
and the saloon man are reported to
have had words and as a result Fet
terer made complaint to the county
attorney against the defendant The
HERE'S REMINDER OF
Now that the warm days have come at last the small boy can enjoy
back memories of the time when you were a boy?
case was slated for trial yesterday
morning but was postponed. Late yes
terday afternoon, through bis tor
Bey. B. T. O'Xeli. Mr. Cooper secured
ft change of venue to the court of Jus
tice Roddewig and the case was set
for trial at Z o'clock next Monday af
ternoon. Select Odd Sits. A large number of
bees flying along Second street yes
terday morning were Induced to swarm
to the music of a piano on the top of
ft Ford automobile belong to J. H.
Jacobs and standing directly in front
ot the W. S. llolbrvok furniture store
In the 100 block on East Second. 1 be
bees were aevn coming in large num
bers from the east. When they were
een by J. D. Lewis of the Trt-City
Piano company, he went Into the pi
ano store and started to play a player
piano. The entire swarm, several hun
dreds In number, then settled on one
Of the boulevard lamp posts, but the
queen was Induced to leave that place
and to go Into a wooden box which
was placed on top of Mr. Jacobs' auto
mobile. The swarm quickly followed.
This unusual slht In the heart of the
city quickly attracted a large crowd
which watched the occurrence.
Sane Fourth Coming Davenporters
continue to show a willingness to sup
port the proposed better Fourth of
July celebration In Vender Veer park.
The following additional contributions
were made yesterday: Carnival camp,
W. O. W, 5; Olive branch Woodmen
Circle; it: Oeorge M. Bechtel, 15;
Parke T. Burrows, $5.
New Freight Routes That freight
cent by the river route will be greatly
Increased in quantity by the erection
of a river terminal in Davenport is the
opinion of W. 11. Lamont. agent for
the Carnival City Packet company and
the Wisherd Steamtoat lines. Accord
ing to Mr. Lamont the river freight
traffic will be so largely increased that
It will be necessary to have a score
Store boats In the freight transportation
business than there are at tne present
Those Who Rely on
the frreat home remedy which has proved its power to
relieve safely and speedily the minor ailmente arising
from defective or irregular action of the organs" of
digestion, find themselves spared hours of suffering
and able to ward off the attacks of serious sicknesss.
never disappoint those who take them. They help the
digestion, stimulate the liver, clear the kidneys and regu
late the bowels. By purifying the blood they increase
cheerfulness and create confidence. As actions depend
on health and strength, those who know Beecham's rills
Sols' .. la bona. Kc- 2Sc
I Pill lh Imih
time. "The erection of the proposed
river terminal, on the river front, near
Perry street. Is one of the most pro
gressive movements that could be
made. It will be much easier and will
greatly decrease expenses to load boats
from a dock, where they can tie irp on
a level with the dock floor. Instead
of having a large force of men carry
ing freight from the warehouse to the
packet boat. It will be possible to load
the boats with a huge crane," he says.
Hand Bag Thief. While walking
along East Sixth street near Iowa
Thursday night about 10:45 o'clock, a
woman who gave her name as Miss
CasenT had her hand bag containing $6
snatched by a sneak thief who lay in
hiding. The man darted out of an
alley, grabbed the woman's purse and
ran away. Miss Casen screamed for
FUN YOU HAD IN THE
help but the purse snatcher had made
good his escape before her cries at
tracted pedestrians in the vicinity of
the robbery. The woman gave the
police a good description of the thief
and the officers are working on sev
eral cluos which they believe will
lead to the arrest of the guilty party.
Delegates to Andover. The Young
People's society of the Swedish Luth
eran church will send a delegation of
about 20 or 30 to the Rock Island Dis
trict Luther league convention, which
will be held June 24 at Andover, 111.
This action was taken at the regular
monthly meeting of the society.
Wills Filed An acceptance of the
will of Jochim Uoettsch, deceased, was
made by the widow, Mrs. Bertha
Oettsch, in district court The will of
the late Sarah Clark of LeClalre was
filed for probate yesterday morning
by Attorneys Lane & Waterman. To
her sons, Charles and Daniel G., the
decedent bequeaths the sum of 300
each. All of the real estate and per
sonal effects. Including the furniture.
Is left to Calvin R. Clark, a son, and
Olive A. Clark, a daughter of the de
ceased. Charles Clark is named as
executor. , The Instrument is dated
July 3, 1905. An acceptance of the
will by the widow in the matter of
the last will and testament of August
Scharnweber was filed and approved in
district court by Judge Maurice Done
gan. Police News Two motorcycle speed
ers, Harry Cosliue and George Hofer,
were fined a dollar and costs each in
police court yesterday morning. The
men were arrested after they are said
to have been giving an excellent imi
tation of Motorcycle Mike of comic
supplement fame. E. W. Dodge, charg
ed with intoxication, was released on
bonds and his bearing set for this
morning in police court. Because she
"borrowed" more wearing apparel than
she was privileged to take, Kate Gas
ky was arraigned In police court yes
terday charged with larceny and sen-
) oi u BKdiciM ia lfaa World.
tenced to serve 10 days in jail. . The
fendant insisted that she merely bor
rowed the clothes and that she bad no
Intention of stealing the garments.
Belle Schultz, sentenced to serve 10
days In jail, was taken to St Eliza
beth's ward of Mercy hospital. The
woman became delirious shortly after
she was confined In a cell at the de
tention station and efforts to quiet her
Obituary Record. Mrs. Jane C.
Rockefeller, a resident at Cook's home
on Pine and Bowditch streets, died at
8: SO o'clock Friday night at the home
after a brief illness. She was past 78
years of age. Mrs. Rockefeller was
born in Montgomery, N. Y., April 7,
1835, and has been an inmate of the
home since April 18, 1910. Funeral
services were held at 10:30 o'clock.
OLD SWIMMIN' HOLE
life again. Does this picture bring
this morning from the home. Rev. B.
H. Cheney officiating. The body will
be sent to Oalva, 111., where interment
will made in the family lot. The
only known relatives of the deceased
are a stepdaughter, Dr. Jennie Thomp
son of Chicago and two granddaugh
ters, Bernice and Gladys Rockefeller,
of Des Moines, Iowa.
After an illness of two weeks' dura
tion, John Kurt employed at the Bet
tendorf plant as inspector, died at
9:30 o'clotk Friday evening at a lo
cal hospital. Mr. Kurt was born in
Dubuque, Iowa, June 18, 1875, and re
sided there until two years ago, when
he came to Davenport. He worked at
the Bettendorf plant as inspector dur
ing his resilience here. H3 is survived
by his wife, Mrs. Antoinette Kurt,
three sons, Harold, Arnold and Leo
Kurt, and one daughter, Marian. The
body was sent to Dubuque, Iowa,
where Interment will be made Mon
day. Mrs. Johanna Behnke, 70 years old,
a resident of 'Davenport for many
years, died at 11 o'clock yesterday
morning at the family home, 1013 West
Fifth street, after a brief illness. Mrs.
Behnke was feeling quite will yester
day and her death was not expected.
Mrs. O. H. Basquin of Evanston has
been visiting Miss Pearl Wait.
Miss Beatrice Minter visited in
Aedo lart week.
Miss X. E. Marsten of Portland.
Maine has been visiting relatives in
Elliott Boney is visiting at the
home of his granddaughter, W. D. El
liott Mr. and Mrs. Tal'oocm and children
have moved to Moline.
The Missionary society cf the Bap
tist church held its regular monthly
meeting at the home o Mrs. James
Mrs. E. A. Ziegler of Rock Island is
visiting friends in Reynolds.
Miss Ethel Johnston cf Aledo is vis
iting her aunt, Miss Emma Johnston,
Marion McCcnnel returned from Vr
bana last Monday.
Mrs. T. Verharen is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. W. J. McEntire.
Mr. and Mrs. Charies Anderson aad
baby daughter of Chicsgo are visit
ing at the heme of Mr. and Mrs. An
Ivan Salstrcm, who has been work
ing in Chicago, is visiting his parents
Rev. and Mrs. Walter Thompson of
Atktneon are visiting Rev. and Mrs.
The Methodist chirrch is being mov
ed to the back cf the lot As socn
as it is moved the work on the new
church will be started.
All the news an tne time.
Parochial School Exereisss. Grad
uation exercises of St. Mary's paro
chial school, conducted by the Sisters
of Mercy at 416 Tenth 6treet. will be
held Monday evening, June 23. A class
of between eight and ten will receive
diplomas at, that time, the number not
being definitely settled, since examina
tions are not yet completed. This is
about the average of elapses graduated
in recent years. A corps of eight
teachers has been instructing 250 stu
dents during the year, and the work
has been carried on wit.h euccess. The
usual high school courses have been
taught, also commercial branches,
such as bookkeeping, shorthand and
Improve Fire Alarm. It has been
agreed by the city commissioners that
provision is to be made in the annual
appropriation ordinance, now in pro
cess of formation, for expense of im
provements in the fire alarm system
as recommended in t,he report of Com
missioner Eaatman. About $3,000 will
be required to carry out the plans,
wh'ch include the installation of anew
eight-circuit switchboard in the Cen
tral fire station to replace the present
two-circuit affair entirely inadequate
as well as installation of six new fire
alarm boxes, and necessary wires and
cables to make connections-. The new
switchboard win cost about $1,500.
When this Is in place each circuit will
take care of about 15 boxes, not 44, as
Is the case at present,.
Directcr of Boys for Y. Beginning
next Monday, the local Y. M. C. A. will
have an addition to the secretarial
force to be known as the physical di
rector for bcye. He will put in his
entire time during the summer direct
ing the physical activities of the boy
members of the association. This work
has heretofore been carried on joint
ly by H. R. Stuart boys' work secre
tary, and F. E. 'Pierson, physical sec
retary, but the importance of this
phase of activity has convinced the
beard of directors of the need for a
man to specialize in this work. James
Houloose, assistant physical director
of the Kalamazoo, Mich., Y. M. C. A..
Is the man selected for the place.
Prssent Lovinfi Cup. There was an
Informal "commencement" nroeram
carried out in the offices of the Mo
line Plow company Thursday after
noon, the chief feature of which was
a demonstration of t.he feeling which
a company of men banded together for
six months and about to scatter to
the four points of the compass enter
tains for one who -was counselor and
Instructor. Thursday the spring class
of Ti members men who are now to
become part, of the Flying Dutchman
sales forte met together for the last
time with Instructor Lawrence C.
Pcole. The moment of dispersion ar
rived, but first Mr. Poole was present
ed with a handsome and valuable sil
ver loving cup, appropriately engrav
ed. Inelnrliner the neripstal tho fiin
with gold lf'iirg and ornate pair of
handles, stands 18 inches in height.
On one face Is the inscription, "Pre
sented to L. C. Poole by the spring
class of 1913," and on anofher face is
beautifully wrought the distinctive
Flying Dutrhnian emblem, trade mark
of the Moline Plow company that has
circled t,he globe.
One Hundred at Vocational Srhnnl
Over one hundred mini's nro Tioor at
tending the vocational school. This is
an increase of almost 100 per cent
For Many Years. On Thigh, Also
on Scalp. Awful Itching Skin.
Could Not Sleep. Cuticura Soap
, and Ointment Completely Cured.
Lebanon, O. "My eczema started oa
my thigh with a small pimple. It alao came
oa my scalp. It began to Itch and I began
to acratcn. For eighteen
or twenty yean I could not
toll what I paaaad through
with that awful Itching.
I would scratch until the
Mood would soak through,
my underwear, and I could
n't talk to my friends on the
st net but I would be dig
ging and punching that
pot, until I was very much ashamed. The
Itching was so intense I could sot sleep after
once in bed and warm. I certainly suffered
torment with that eczema for many years.
I chased after everything I ever heard of;
ail to co avail. I saw the advertisement for
Cuticura. Soap and Ointment and ant for
sample. Imagino my delight when I
applied the first dueo to that awful Itching
tire on my leg and scalp, in less thcji a
Ciinute the itching on bota places ceased.
I got some more Cuticura 8oap and OicU
moot. After the second day I never had
another itching spell, and Cuticura Soap
and Ointment completely cured mc I was
troubled with awful dandruff ail over my
oJp. The Cuticura Soap has cured that
trouble." (Signed) L. B. Fink. Jan. 23. 1012.
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are
old throughout the world. Liberal sample ct
etch mailed free, with 32-p. 6ldn Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T. Boston."
a"Tcader-faced men should use Cuticura,
Boas Sharing BUck. 25c. Sample firs
ledge that this lot is now on the mar
ket. The exact price asked for the
property is not known, but $7,000 is a
close approximate. This four acres of
land now to be sold was originally
purchased from the Heck estate and
was intended to be used as a country
club. A building was to be erected
and the place made into a summer
home, but the project met with opposi
tion. Establish Sales Territory. Four Mo
line 'Plow company men are affected
by promotions- and transfers incident
to the creation of a new executive of
fice, that of second assistant local
trade manager. Scope of activity in
the local trade department at the
head of which is R. K. Baker, has
been so extended since the first of
the year by opening up of new sales
territories and the general run of bus
iness that this step has been neces
sary. E. A. Kiser of Galesburg, one
of the star Illinois travelers, has been
called off the road to take the new po
sition. C. J. Seymour Is the present
efficient assistant local trade manager.
The territory in north central Illinois
given up by Mr. Kiser will be covered
in the future by W. Walter Thompson,
who relinquishes the position of head
inside shipppr, to which he is succeed
ed by Gilpin Stromberg, promoted from
assistant. The assistant's post will be
filled by Arnold Sandberg, former
stock clerk in the trade department
Obituary Record. Funeral of the
late Mrs. John Llndberg will be held
from the home, 1C25 Seventeenth
street, at 2:30 Sunday afternoon. Rev.
W. B. Slater will conduct the services
and interment will be in Riverside
cemetery. Josephine Waline was born
in Woodhull July 18, 1865, and spent
her entire life there until 1900, when
she removed to this city. Her mar
riage to John Lindberg took place at
Galesburg In January of 1888. The
two daughters bereaved are Minnie
and Nellie, both at home. She also
leaves three brothers and one sister
in other cities, and a nephew, Ernest
Waline of this city.
Miss Deyo of Dixon was a guest of
Miss Allie Beal from Saturday until
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Schafer of Port
Byron are visiting friends In the coun
try this week.
Mrs. Nancy Wake and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Harkless of Quincy and Mr.
and Mrs. William Mumma of Bethle
hem, Iowa, attended the funeral of
their sister-in-law, Mrs. Lavina Mum
Several from IJiis community attend
ed the academy commencement exer
cises at Port Byron Wednesday even
Miss Edna and Vera Mumma were
shopping In Rock Island Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wake were Wa
tertown callers Monday.
Children's day exercises were held
at Zuma M. E. hurch Sunday evening.
which were attended by a large crowd
A program, "The Ladder of Life" was
well rendered by the hcildren.
D. W. Mumma was a business caller
in Port Byron Tuesday.
Mr. Cornell of Rock Island spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wain
Arrangements for a Fourth of July
celebration to be held at Joslin fair
grounds are being made.
Elmer Anderson of Rock Island vis
ited at Rev. J. P. Brodine's home Tues
day. Misses Mabel Sherrard and Maggie
Gibson of Sherrard are guests at the
Lome of the former's aunt, Mrs. Maude
Miss Irma Haggenjos returned to
her home in Galesburg after a two-
weeks' viEit at the home of c. H
Kendall Hinman of Galesburg is vis
iting at the home of Dr. Gustafson and
Miss Effie Anderson and Miss Edna
Grant of Cambridge visited relatives
in Alpha the first of the week.
Miss Becsie Richardson left Wed
nesday for Washington, HI., where she
will visit her brother, J. B. Richardson
and his company, who are playing
The Crion Musical club will give an
open air concert and Boclable in the
park Friday evening, June, 20.
O. B. Johnson is on the petit jury
this week in Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray of Bradford are
visiting relatives in Orion.
Mr.and Mrs. Harry Dorman were
viEited Sunday by a number of rela
tives and friends.
Helge Johneon returned Monday
from Swcdea where he tpent the win
ter with relative.
Mlsa Edna Grant of Cambridge was
a truest in the home ot Mr.' and Mrs.
William Anderson Saturday and Sun
Mr. and Mrs. John Gustafbon of
Cable, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larson and
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Johnson and family
of Lynn visited with Mr. and Mra. Otto
. Frank Maline is suffering from a
badly sprained ankle.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Enroth, Paul
Vogel and family, Ivar Holmitrom and
family and Mrs. J. G. Johnson and son,
all of Osco wera entertained Sunday
Nature needs assistance T0DA7 and to neglect the
matter only invites sickness and trouble. The BITTERS
has helped thousands of sickly people and will help your
too especially so in cases of
by Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cederburg and
Misses Eva Parnell and Alta Hick
man were trl-city visitors Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Layton, while
enroute from Milan, Mo., to Minnesota
are stopping off with Orion friends for
a few days.
Mrs. W. G. Hopkins, Mrs. R. G. Nev
ille and Mrs. Henry Bester of Osco
attended the O. E. S. coffee sociable at
Mrs. G. H. Wayne's home.
Mr. and Mr. John Quayle have re
turned to their home In Bagley, Iowa,
after a visit with W. C. Quayle and
other relatives of Orion.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Magnuson left
Tuesday for Chicago where Mr. Mag
nuson will be ordained Sunday Into
the Swedish Lutheran ministry.
O. H. Larson is in Cambridge attend
ing the meeting ot the supervisors this
Mrs. G. A. Lundin and two children
aro in Minooka, 111., visiting tielr hus
band and father. v
Mrs. W. D. Chapman has returned to
her home in East Moline after a short
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Wayne.
Mrs. John Weborg left Wednesday
morning for Alexis for a short visit
with her daughters. Miss Agnes and
Mrs. Laurene Johnson.
Master Raymond Anderson returned
Tuesday evening from a visit with rel
atives in Cambridge.
Miss Mildred Dusenberry underwent
an operation at the Moline hospital
Wednesday. Latest report is she stood
the operation well and is gstting along
Lieutenant Gus Gustafson was a trl-
city caller Tuesday evening.
Mrs. John Weborg visited in Cam
bridge the first of the week.
Mrs. Catherine Johnson and son, O.
B. Johnson, and Mrs. Eva Nelson spent
Wednesday in Cambridge.
The steamboat excursion planned
for Thursday was postponed until
Monday, June 16, when the large
steamer Sidney will be ueed instead
of the W. W.
Mesdames Sarah Mitten, Fred Ran
dall, Clarence Mitten, George Kenne
dy, Chester Kennedy, Albert Mitten
and their families, and the Misses
Viola Ijiughery, Gertrude Gerhardt
and Ella Mitten attended a birthday
party of Beryle Adams at East Moline,
Monday. Beryle was the recipient of
many pretty and useful presents. A
delicious luncheon was served and a
fine time reported.
. Mrs. Harry Frymeyer entertained
the Misses Helen and Pearl Ball of
Silvls over Sunday.
Mrs. Forrest Tltterington was a tri
clty visitor this week.
Mrs. Edward Beardsley visited Mon
day with her sister, Mrs. Clara Olson
Louis Weitz and familyi visited at
Mrs. Bert Rosemond, daughter Ma
bel and son Lee were Moline visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Perry W. Beckwith
and daughters Flossie and Verda of
Davenport spent Sunday with Mrs.
Beckwith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. L. S. N'lswander of Silvis was a
business caller here.
Jackson Blsant and John Holland
were transacting business at Silvls and
East Moline Tuesday.
Mis. Richard Jones and son Richard
spent Tuesday at Moline.
Mrs. R. J. Phelps and son Lowell
spent Tuesday at Moline.
Mrs. Nicholas Krambeck visited at
' Mrs. James Thompson was a Moline
Revo Phelps returned home from
Gillett Grove, Iowa and has gone to
New Canton, 111., to look after con
Mrs. William Mitten visited at Mo
Mesfames John Holland and George
Holland were Moline visiters Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gainey tpent
Mcnday at Silvls and Moline.
Miss Blanche Holland of Canton. 111.
spent this week with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. HoLand and wltfl
her cousin Verda Beckwith at Daven
port. George Hilton of East Moline visit
ed with O. A. Stopps this week.
Harley Stipp cf East Moline spent
Sunday at the Xicholis Krambeck
Bert Rosemond was a tri-clty busi
ness caller this week.
George F., Holland transacted busi
ness at Moline Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank H. McKenrick visited
at Davenport Wednesday.
Mrs. Emtl Belowskt entertained h
Ladles' Aid society Thursday at Hen
negan's hall. "
Edward Johnson of Geneseo Is lay
ing a foundation for a large modern
hcuse on his lot next to his cottage on
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont With about
40 Detroit board of commence tourists
upon it, a stairway in the plant of the
International Paper company of this
city gave way, and three members of
the party were injured, but no one
was hurt seriously. J. A. MacDon
ald. editor of the Toronto Globe, ,'a
guest of the Detroit tourists, was se
verely bruised, but no bones were
Given by Many Rock Island People.
Experiences told by Rock Island peo
ple Those who have had weak kidneys
Who used Doan's Kidney Pills
Who found the remedy effective
Such statements prove merit.
You might doubt an utter stranger.
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Read. Investigate. Be convinced.
You'll And why Rock Island folks be
lieve in Doan's.
C. M. Fisher, 832 First avenue, Rock
Island, 111., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills
have certainly done fine work in my
case and I am pleased to confirm the
statement I gave in 1909 recommend
ing them. I suffered from rheumatic
twinges in my back and my limbs
were stiff. At night I did not sleep
well and in the moming I felt all
tired out. When I saw Doan's Kid
ney Pills advertised, I got a supply at
the Harper House pharmacy and they
gave tne immediate relief. The action
of my kidneys was regulated and all
the o'her troubles were removed."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllbuun company, Buf
falo, New York, sole agents lor the
Remember the name Doan's and
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In Jewelry. That's why It prys
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Where quality hat kept us ahead
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The graduate mutt be remem
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We are showing an exceptional
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-erd pearl pendants, finger rings,
vanities, pay as you enter purses.
T.it model watches for the boys
f very classy.
J. RAMSER'S SONS
Opposite Harper House.