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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1890.
Cook Stoves j Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
W rought Steel Ranges
fciPEsti mates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
1617 Second avenne, Rook Island, Ills.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. Yon can pave money
by buying of ns now.
HAS REMOVED TO
To 1725 Second Avenue,
Next door to Cramp ton a Bookstoie.
The Public iscirlially invited to inspect our new G-illery The 8neat West of
Chicago wtlhout any eic-ption. We hare the only camera in this virioity 'arge
enough o make life bJm Photographs direct. We bvc the only Gallery in this city
wntch W first c'imi in all its appointments, in fact it contains more Instruments,
Btck Orounds. Photographic Furniture, etc.. than al! the other Gallpries in this
city combined We bwvr a reputation of the highest nrdi r an I also the utility and
determination to susUin it,
Lock I sland.
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Dealer la New and
Second Hand Goods-
OP EVERT DESCRIPTION .
Tbe Qlfhe price paid for egeat ..f aoy km I. Will tride, a 11 or buy anythtu i
No. 1812 Second Avenue.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor etnd Builder,
Office and 8hop Corner Seventeenth St. . , Dl T 1 J
and Seventh Avenue, 1VOCK. ISianO
0TAH kind or artistic work a specialty Plane and estimated for all klndr or buildings.
famished on application
KOHN &d ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street-
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c a Bottle.)
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
Manufactured by .
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
-and Steel Dome Furnaces.
KINGSBURY & SON,
170T Second Avenne.
Second avenue, Book Island.
A SAVINGS BANK.
Another New Enterprise for Rock
A Lang , e.i to be (Supplied and
Institution of Ureal Ve mid Ad
vaata:to be Provided.
One a the f T'' 1 ' H I r - B , ' a n t a i r.. j lift
r whi ;b Rock Mand has labored for
vearg ba i been the lack of proper facilities
r keep ae its surnlus monev at home
There is and always has been here. abun
ance o large capital and a healthy
amount if small capital, but the trouble
has beet to find here in Rock Island iu-
dlclous ind profitable investment, not so
much f r the self making and accumu-
tlnis capital as the small savings, the
t ea nines won by theweat of the
brow ov.t and above the actual expenses
the nan who makes it. We have
enty of sound banks, but it is of no ad
vantage to become a small stockholder In
one. as nothing is paid for the use of
minor d eposits. On the other band, in
avenp rt, there are savings banks
here tbe depositor may receive five
per ceu'. ou bis money. As a natural
consiqu -nce, a large amount of money
in sm II parcels to be sure is monthly
lepo.oite i in tbe savings banks of Daven
port. 1 1 fact, it is a low estimate that
$100, U00 of Rock Island capital is annu
ity depisited in Davenport banks.
This natter bas often come before our
itlzens Improvement association, and
entertaining discussions have followed as
to bow io meet this state of affairs and to
provide Rock Island with an institution
that can afford to pay Interest on its de
posits i nd belp keep capital made ic
Rock Island in Rock Island. At last a
plan has been arrived at which will give
o Rock Island the much desired bent fits
n thii connection, and it comes alone
with tin other improvements that charac
terir- tn i new era that has dawned unon
s as a city. A company with a capital
stock of 100,000 bas been practically
irgaoiz" ! which will be known as a Sav
ngs bank Tbe east portion of the
lrst finer of Mitchell & Lynde's proposed
lew bui ding will be occupied by the new
MtOTprla. and Mr. J M Buford will.
when the present plans are matured, be
cashier. A number of local ctDiulists
are to r- interested
Of ourse the deposit will in
order to pay a good per cent of Inter
est be ohlieed to sfek investment on
amis in the west and secure thein-
"lives morteacfs This is the
plan pursued very largely in Daven
port, aid some such idea will be
follower here very probably. The
assreiat on will be Incorporated under
he lawj of tbe state, but its general
system will, of course, be necessarily
different from that employed in Iowa
where there are special laws and charters
for such purposes
Thost who have interested themselves
n the r c enterprise are reticent as to
their purposes thus far, and as the or
ganlzsti in ban not been entirely perfected,
are not willinz to say any'bioy for pub
lication yet. The p'.an will prove a
very ad antageous one for Rock Island,
and it h to be hoped will be appreciated
to that ;tent that it will be a profitable
one to those who become identified with
Iw.lUKS TO AID LABOR.
A l a I Auxiliary of tbe Industrial
II .in, Aaeorlailon Foimed and Oltt
A meiting was held at Norria' hall yes
terday t.ftertoon of the wives and daughs
ters of he members of the Rock Island
Industr al Home association, which is
composed of representatives of the vari-
ius labor organizations of tbe city. Tbe
purposi of the meeting yesterday was to
take sti ps looking to the formation of a
ladies' i miliary of the Industrial Home
associa'ion, the object of which is to aid
the association in every way possible in
its fair.- and other undertakings, and to
further every effort that may be made
lookinp to the construction of the pro
posed 1 ome.
Tbe ladies discussed the subject thor
oughly and decided to hold regular meet
Ings to devise means to advance their
cause. The organization was completed
with tbe election of officers as follows:
President Mrs. Henry Bostock.
Been tarv Mrs. Ed. Burrill
Treamrer Mrs M. W. Battles.
Tbe adies will hold their next meeting
at tbe sm place next Saturday after
no m a 2 o'clock
The Library Board
At tl e last regular meeting of the li
brary I oard there were present President
Connelly, Secretary Southwell, and Di
rectors Johnston, Raamusien and Pleas-
Tbe report of the librarian for the
month was read as follows:
Ait and Science
Reiigioi and Pnllosotby
K i nd Miscellaneous
History and Biography
Total a tendance 8,507
Dally ai crag. 145
Billi were allowed as follows
Mer :banta Electric Light Co., 10 20;
A. C. McClurg & Co., O. W.
Story, i8 60' MoDonssjJl Bros., f 10; J.
M Biford, 40. JC- W. Hurst, f ou,
W. R Johnson, 4; Loosely fc Knowl-
ton, 122 50; Kramer ttieuer. eoi zo;
expen es, 2.66
Juaaped i tie TrsM-k.
As the freight train which leaves Rock
Island at 6 a. m. for Peoria was passing
throui h the lower yardi of Weyerhauaer
& Dei kman's mill this morning, the en
gine. So. 4, driven by Engineer Elberton,
struck a loose frog and jumped the
track, taking nine can with it before tbe
train -loold be Hopped. Crews were im -media
tely tent ont by Chief Train Dis
patch rr Greeniwalt and to two hoot the
disab! id train was righted and on ua way
No image of any consequence was
done, Ad the only inconvenience was the
delay ng of passenger trains aomewhat
A PASTOR CALLED.
K. v J. H. Kerr, or N'orsaal, KteetcH
to Succeed Rev. A. B. Meldruui. by
the oimr.nail.m of the Central
The congregation of the Central Pres
byterian church has unanimously deter
mined to extend a call to Rev. J. H
Kerr, of Normal, to the pastorate of tbe
church, to succeed Rev. A. B. Meldrum
resigned to accept a call to Evansville
Mr. Kerr has preached for tbe Central
people several times since Jan. 1, and be
bas been popular with the majority of the
congregation from the first, the good im
pression at flrat made having extended
until the feeling in favor of calling him
was unanimous. Tbe congregation hopes
to hear of his acceptance so that he may
enter upon his pastorate April 1.
Mr. Kerr Is a young man, a zealous and
enthusiastic worker among bis people,
and a man of strong elocutionary and
convincing powers in the pulpit. He
bas a wife and two children.
A new law firm was formed this
morning. Mr. Wm. Jackson and
Mr. E. W. Hurst entered into a partner
ship for tbe practice of law under the
firm name of Jackson & Hurst, and tbe
new firm will occupy the delightful suite
of tooms on the second floor of Masonic
temple, and so long the offices
of Mr. Hurst in bis law and
insurance business. The new tlrm
will prove one of the strongest and
most solid in western Illinois. Mr.
Jackson is one of tbe oldest members of
the Rock Island county bar and combines
the elements of ability and experience
with logic and force. Mr. Hurst is one
tbe rising young attorneys of the state.
Tbe lucrative practice be has accumulated
evinces bis sound judgment as a coun-
aellor and knowledge of law and ability
as a practitioner. The new firm certain
ly bas every promise of a bright and suc
Al the Theatre.
Cbas E rrio Verner gave his popular
Irish drama, "Sbamus O'Brien," to a very
small audience at Harper a theatre last
evening. Tbe play has been altered
somewhat sinc its last presentation here.
spectacular introduction having been
substituted for the oid familiar first act
which is made the second act, and tbe
original tblrd act is omitted. Aside from
the scenic beauty, the change does not
better tbe piece, as one of the most enjoy
able as well as one of the most esseutial
links in the plot is missing. Mr. Verner
stil! has the good fortune to be supported
by the beautiful and graceful actress,
Katberine WaUh, and the able actor,
Y B Cahill, than whom there are no
better in their respective roles on the
On next Monday night Mr. Newton
Beers, the well known actor, will give to
tbe puhhc his lyric and scenic production
of Tennyson's master poem, "Enoch Ar
den . "
in ui in i l'rnp -m
Lumber prospects arc i-xcelieot this
spiiug, notwithstanding the lengthy low
water period. Tbe Eau Claire (Wis)
Free Prex bas reports from the camps to
the effect that the loggers are not even
taking time to grumble these days, so in
tent are they in hurrying tbe giants of the
forest to the river banks. The weather
couldn't he better if it had been made to
order. It Is warm enough, and not too
warm for good work. The thaws have
had no bad t fleets in tbe woods where
the snow is protected by the trees, but
has aided very materially in bettering the
stale of the roada. There is no end to
the icy roads and the heavily loaded
aKighs slip along almost by themselves.
A shortage in tbe log crop is no longer
thought of, and should tbe cut not come
up to tbe anticipated amount it will not
be on account of any fault of the rons
The County Stolnna.
Yesterday afternoon was consumed
entirely with committee work in tl.e
The committee on finance submitted
the following as a part of its report:
Your committee to whom was referred
the settlement with E. H Bowman. Jr.,
late circuit clerk, in regard to constables',
justices' and witnesses' fees in his bauds,
would submit tbe following report: Mr.
Bowman has paid into tbe county treas
ury, accompanied with a list of those to
whom due, tbe amount of 100.65
through bis attorney. Adair Pleasants,
and claims be bas vouchers for tbe res
mainder, and through his attorney atates
that he will be borne soon, and make a
satisfactory showing of all receipts and
vouchers in his hands.
This morning was devoted to routine
proceedings and this afternoon tbe board
has taken a respite from its arduous
duties and gone in a body to visit the
Mrs Russell Barth died at her home,
corner Second street and Fourth avenue,
at 7 o'clock last evening after an illness
of six weeks, the main trouble being
pneumonia and heart failure. Mrs.
Barth was born and reared to woman
hood in Rock Island, her parents being
Mr. and Mrs. Eoglebert Wiesler, and
her age 25 years, 5 months and 18 days.
She was married to Mr. Barth three
years ago, who mourns the loss
of one of tbe most devoted and affec
tionate of wives. She was possessed of
a tender and lovable disposition tbat en
deared her to all who knew her, a great
many of whom have known her all her
Tbe funeral will be held from the
bouse at 2 p m. tomorrow.
Tbe remains of Mrs Cbas. Berry ar
rived in Rock Island from Princeville
yesterday afternoon, and were at once
taken in charge by Under taker Clough,
and conveyed to Chippianock cemetery,
where the interment took place. Rev. O.
W. Que officiating.
Fine Art fcxb: bit
Tri-city fine art and school exhibit at
Library hall, Davenport, March 4tn to
8th inclusive, afternoon ana evening.
Admission 25 cen's six tickets 1; chil
dren 10 cents. For sale at Kingsbury's
and it Crampton's book store.
Fresh fish at Young's.
Fresh vegetables of all kinds at F. Q.
Mr. H. P. Stoddard, of Edging ton,
was in tbe city today.
Tbe tax collector gives notice else
where of the importance of paying your
taxes before March 20.
The captain of the new J. W. Morris
camp, sons ,f Veterans, is J. H. bidders
instead of J. B. Ltdders.
Messrs. Otto Raible, of this city, and
John Asb, of Qeneseo, left last evening
for Hot Springs to be gone several weeks
Tbe time for active house cleaning and
repapering is drawing near, and tbe wall
paper dealers are preparing for the duties
Mr. J. W. Potter left for Chicago last
night, to attend a metting of the demos
cratic state central committee, of which
he is a member.
Sidly bereaved indeed is Mr. Heury
Nelson, a Mollne grocer, whose entire
family, consisting of a wife and two
daugbteis, have been claimed by diph
Mr. Harvey Jones bas formally entered
upon bis dunes as sheriff of Scott county
in pursuance of his appointment by tbe
county board, to fill out the unexpired
term of tbe late Mat Leonard
Miss Fannie Knox bas accepted a po
sition in tbe Central telephone office as
relief operator. Miss Knox is an amiable
young lady, and will he popular with
those who have occasion to "hello1'
Messrs. Albert aod Herman WleBler
arrived from Trenton, Mo, their home.
this morning, in response to a telegram
from their brother, F. W. Wiesler, an
nouncing the death of their si9ter, Mrs.
Tbe ladies' auxiliary of tbe Industrial
Home association are requested to meet
at Norris' ball, Saturday. March 8tb, at
2:30 sharp Business of importance is
to be transacted. All mothers, wives,
daughters and all Interested are requested
to be present. By order of the secretary.
President Yerkes, of the North Chi
cago Railway company, bas adopted a
gas motor as the substitute for, and rival
of the Cable road. It works on the same
general principal of the Holmes steam
motor.sucb as is likely to be adopted for
the lines in the three cities. The Chi
cago papers praise it highly.
The circuit court of Whiteside county
will continue this week. Yesterday af
ternoon Judge Brown heard arguments
on a motion to appoint a receiver in
charge of the business of the Modern
Woodmen of America, in place of J. C
Root, head consul Papers have been
served on officials of the order at Fulton
to appear at Morrison with all the books
and papers of the order.
At a meeting of the Mollne Business
Men's association last night a committee
was appointed to look into the securing
of an immense locomotive works wbich
is anxious to come west, it was reported,
and which employs 1 500 bands. We
don't know of any better object that tbe
cities of Rock Island and Mollne could
join bands in securing than this. The
ttock Island improvement association
should look into it.
The town hall at Rural kh packed to
overflowing last evening, on the occasion
of a literary, dramatic and musical ent-r
tainment giyen under tbe auspices of the
pupils of school districts one and eight,
and under tbe direction of tbe teachers,
Mr. Will Bailey and Miss Annie Bailey
rhe programme included declamations.
-on.- dialogues and charades . and the
entire performance merited tbe highest
praise which it received.
The traveling theatrical and other show
tripanif s have had a hard season and
now the interstate commerce commission
bas given them another hard blow. The
latest decision is to the effect that party
tickets are illegal. Before the result of
tbe test CaM was known the railroads of
their own accord gave parlies of ten or
more a special rate, but It was open to
all who complied with the conditions.
Instead of two cents a mile tbe show peo
pie will have to pay three cents, and the
Increased tax will be more than they can
Tom Baldwin, the aeronaut, has a
scheme for the world's fair that beats
even the inflation of Kansas town lots
Tom's scheme is a cap'ive balloon. His
idea is to build a mammoth air ship, ca
pable of lifting 2 000 pounds, which will
be held captive. The balloon will repre
sent the world, with a true map of all the
countries pointed upon the outside. A
mining company out west has become in
terested in the scheme and expects to en
gage Mr Baldwin to carry it out, with a
view of advertising their mines and
passengers high into tbe air as
Tbe case of Minnie King, arrested on
a warrant taken out bv her father.
came up before Magistrate O'Neill yes
tenia v afternoon . The charge was a se
vere one, and accused her of being a vag
abond, a street walker, and of viRiting
houses of ill-repute. The young woman
pleaded that she had never entered a
bouse of i'l fame, and tbat tbe whole
charge was a lie. Several witnesses were
examined, and tbe trial resulted in tbe
girl being sentenced to the county jail
for six months. Magistrate O'Netil,
however, gave tbe girl one more chance
to reform, and said that if she would
promise to go home and lead a better life
he would allow her to do so, but on tbe
first complaint of bad behavior she would
be taken to Rock Island to serve the sen
tence. The girl promised to do better,
and accordingly went home. Mollne
There is a deal of political hustling in
connection with tbe meeting of the county
board this session. Supervisors L S.
Pearsoll, Thomas Campbell and P. F.
Vox, all candidates for county offices at
the bands of the republican convention
Cox is after tbe treasurer's office with
ooin ieet, uampueii win simply turn up
bis toes and die if be don t get the aame
nomination, while Pearsoll is bound to
have the nomination for sheriff. The
members of this over zealous trio are not
new to each other. They have met be
fore at county institutes this fall, and up
to date Cox bas got tbe worst of
tbe manipulations.as Campbell and Pear
son nave lormea a seograpbicai com
bination to do him up. Tbey ran tbe
entire institute away from him at tbe re
cent meeting in Coe townahipand be bad
to chase around after it several hours be
fore locating it . Still Cox is brave and
courageous, while Pearsoll and Campbell
are determined and are not permitting
flies to take shelter under their hats these
Turner tioelety Eieetlon.
Tbe Rock Island Turner society held
its annual election of officers last even
ing with tbe following result:
President B Winter.
Vice President J F Ohlweiler.
First Turn wart Joe Rettich.
Second Turnwart O Thiele.
Recording Secretary J Hauschild.
Corresponding Secretary E Ooebel.
Collector of Dues H Grim.
Treasurer John Ohlweiler, Jr.
Zengwart E Dorn .
Color Bearer M Kautz
Trustees John Ohlweiler. 8r , Gas
Stengel. Sr., Christ Schreiner.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner: cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
A boy named Scbantz, living on Twen
tieth street, while coasting on Twenty-
fourth street hill this afternoon, ran into
a tree and sustained severe injuries about
the bead, and a fracture of one of the
ribs. Dr. Bartb is attending him.
Two ice teams driven by Thoa. White
and John Grimes collided at Brooks
crossing this morning and Grimes' horses
were pretty badly used up In the encoun
ter. Grimes threatens to have White ar
rested for carelessness.
Hnts al the Sim-I1i1.
The senior partner of a large wholesale
uouse here is a pillar ot one of the big
churches, and he U always endeavoring to
interest his minor employes iu religion. He
invites tlieui uu to the soeiablfts as & tjirtr
fills them full at oysters and ice cream, aad
then rents them a sitting in the church. A
few weeks ago he tackled one of his entry
eierns. niioni every one ill tue store thought
wa-. beyond redemption, aud asked him to
attend a sociable in the church parlors on
iue rouovmg evening, l no young man knew
that the first of the year the time when sal
aries are readjusted was near at hand, and
he told the shipping clerk after the -'old man"
went up stairs, that he believed he would
take in the sociable to please the head of the
houw. Well, he did ao. Wore his new plug
nai ana was "dressed in his best suit of
clothes." He was warmly greeted by tbs
"old mau:I when be came from the coat room
and was introduced all around as a possible
brand to be plucked from tbe burning. Hs
met many pretty girls, and lingered iate at
the ice cream table.
When he showed up at the store the next
morning be had on a most disreputable look
ing plug hnt. aud his associates united in a
chorus of "Where did you get that hatf
Said the young man: "Got it up at the socia
ble la9t night. Didn't leave until late and
this was the only bat left in the coat room."
The boys all laughed at hmj aud one of thera
said: ' I suppose you go to no more socia
bles;' But the wiiy entry clerk grinned and
looked wise. Ju3t one week iater he turned
up at the store with a brand uew. glossy tile.
When questioned he said: "Went to tbe
sociable again last night, but I only staid ten
minutes. 1 waited until every one was in the
parlors, and then I went into the coat room
and nailed this hat. It was the best in the
place. But 1 take do moro of those chances,
raid will drop the soei;tbles and take chances
on my wages next year.'1 Chicago Herald.
To 9i;ver ivory, soak it in a weak solution
f nitrate of silver, the ivory gradual iy ac
quires a yellow color. Then withdraw it, and
plumre iu very pure water : expose to the sun.
by w',;o;e uetiou it wiii become Oluck in a ft
hour.;; by rulbins it lvom verr bright
J. M. Sweeney has moved his under
taking business from 1805 t 1425
Second avenue, where he is receiving a
large stock of new goods. The manager,
Mr. Rowe, may be found at the new
stand niaht or day or by tbe telephone.
Mr. Rowe is a practice! undertaker
and arterial embalrner.
In chronic stubborn cases of neuralgia.
gout, and rheumatism ue Salvation Oil.
It is tbe greatest pain destroyer of tbe
age. All druggists sell it for twenty-five
ccn'.s a bottle.
Wanted - A good appetite. You can
have it easy enough by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla It tones the digestion and
cures sick headache.
As I will have to settle with the
County Treasurer on March 20th, you
Kill save c sts bf paying your taTes
to llie before ihal date
PETE It FREY,
office at t'ouit House.
mm Sheet Music
i J A full and comii'et'j
pBnw line of
a SHEET MUSIC,
Vocal and Instrumental.
& C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island Boaee.
So'e Agent for 10c Sheet Mnelc.
Catalogue frae, mailed to any
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCBL lsi AMi ILL..
Grand Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 1890.
IS sm or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five timet the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.
-Our Cashmere Ombres-
-OF COURSE ARE THE GENUINE GOODS-
imputation for keeping tbe best is established.
"The best goods for the least money" is a motto we have
adhered to, and it is a winner every time. Oar Ombres were
made by Edmund Potter & Co , and were bought of Sweetzer,
Pembroke & Co., New York. Examine the tickets.
Perhaps you are thinking of buying Dress Goods. We call
especial attention this week to five numbers in black Mohairs
No. 1, 30 cents.
No. 2, 68 cents. :
No. 3, 69 cents.
We will show you a splendid assortment
grey, at various prices.
1 he medium priced wool dress goods are
For 60 cents we give you pretty striped
For 49 cents we will sell you handsome
and combinations will please you.
1 be higher priced goods in plains and novelties with silks to match are loveiy
We are headquarters for wash goods in satlnes, ginghams, outing cloths, etc.
We cordially invite vou to call.
Rock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
and now ocenpy nearly all the surface room in
Harper's 1 heatre building Their
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock of Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
there is none to surpass, tbey simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
JLlfTJD JLS TO L.A.IMIIPS,
I have just opened a handsome lot of Hanging and Stand Lamps, received too
late for Christmas trade, which I don't intend to have hang on my buds.
Call and see If the prices don't bear me ont in this assertion.
Gh M, LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Avenue.
Men s Felt Shoes tl OU
" Felt Boot Overs 1 0U
" Arctics 1 00
' Rubbers 4u
" Clogi 50
Women's Arcties 75
High Button Gaiters 66
Boy's Arctics 50
M iles' High Button Gaiters 60
" Arctics 70
Children's Arctics 60
In addition to three low prices I will give away an Eocyclopepia, valued at 96,
to each customer buying 925 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show you tbe Book and explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1919 Second Avensi.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
nw Fifth Avenue.
No. 4, 76 cents.
No 5, 95 cents.
In colors blue, green, tnahogony win.
handsomer than are usually brought oat.
all wool stripes and plaids. The styles
There is probably no
better light for a large
room than this No. 2 Globs
Incandescent Lamp. It
will brilliantly light a
room 36 feet square and
that means 320 candle
power. Any body can
manage it, and I have yet
to hear the first complaint
of it. If you want a splen
did light for your store,
church or Sunday School
room, call and look at it.
My store is lighted by it.