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THE HOCK ISLAND AKGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1890
This space is reserved for
-JAHNS & BERTLESON,
1612 Second Avenue.
Bargains in China Ware.
Ten and roffoe cup-, 3 etjles ?c e-ch
Saucers to match 2o
lMn. oval (lihos irc "
11 in. " lik:
Vu. plate c
4in. enure dishes ,
Mm. twice or vegetable dishra tic
Tin. " " - nv, "
E&rg cnpa ,;
Bone dishes go '
These enods were slightly dsmijt d in chippin",
bat would be bargains nt one half more thn we
ak for them.
4 piece ca den nets Uiic
Decker's kitchen soap, per box Itc
Pure Irish linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match, per puck..... i(c
1703 Second AventiP.
BAKER &. HOUSMAN
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
j MARKET SQUARE.
Kidney and Liver Pills
For the cure of all disorders of the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
They are safe, sure and pleasant and act like a charm.
They have no equal as a Family Pill, and that all may try them
we give away a sample package FREE". - Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
TheCoanty Convention Assembled
GATHERED AT THE COURT HOUSE
Organisation or the Body and Melee
tion 01 UeleKateo to the State Sena
torial and Congressional 1'onven
This has been a notable day for the
liock Island county democracy. Not h
fore in the history of the county have Ihe
member) of the party gathered in such
number from all corners and with such a
degree of enthusiasm. Prospects of
democratic triumph, not only in this lo
cality, bat throughout the state of Illinois
were never more encouraging, and the re
mark wl ich an old timer who has stood
by bis party issues through all changes
for many years, made this morning,
"we've f-ot them on the run, and McKin
icy i.i ur Ting inoBe wno are not in re
irtm mi ) our ranus dv tne score, seems
to be the sentiment of all. and with the
battle ery of "tariff reform" and under
the gallant anil fearless generalship of
Gon. P.iltuer, democracy's ho9ts will
lusrch ti. a victory this fall well won, and
above all won on a proud standard
Gatherings such as this of today, then,
are but the preliminary skirmishes in the
struggle. In a measure they are but the
enrolling posts for the trreat battle. th
formatioa of the various parts which are
to be t;uhered together in a solid and
uiiiiiivttiue wunie wnicu win make an
impress! n next autumn that will be his
toricttl.not only in state politics in Illi
nois, but in the bffir3 of the national
The R ck Island county democratic con
veouon met at tne court bouse pursuant
toralltliis afternoon at 2 o'clock. The
convention was called to order by Chair
man Vinton, of the county committee,
and besides the reguUr delegates there
were a large number of spectators pres
Messr. Andrew Donaldson, of Rural,
and Eugene Lewis, of Moline, were norms
nated fo- temporary chairmen. Mr. Don
aldson d 'cliued the honor and Mr. Lewis
was choi en to act. The call was read by
Secretary Casteel. of the county commit
tee, afur which Mr. T. J. Medill. Jr..
was chosen secretary. Oa motion of
Ion. E. W. Hurst a committee of three
on credpitials was selected, consisting of
E. V. Hurst, A. S. Wriirht and And rpw
Donaldson. The report of the commits
lee was nuopud as follows:
KOf K ISLAND.
First Ward Chas. Strunn. Winslow
Howard. Tlios. Byrnes, Martin Wein
bergi r. IVed Iloldorf.
Second Ward Hjnrv Burns. Edward
Bauersli.-ld, Jerry Darrah. Henry Reti-
ker. hdward Butler, Anton Jansen. Ed
Thinl Ward Fred Hass. John Sulli.
van. T S Silvis. James B Flinn, Arthur
Kurrttll, Daniel Pnvle, John Garvin. John
Fourth Ward E W Huh'. J F Mo
Kibben, Henry Friek. B F Cook. F .7
Kellersttr.iss. J W Potter. T J Medill, Jr.
rush ward J W Welch, James Cava-
nauph, Eugene Burns, H F Wheelan,
Gio Foa er, A nildebrandt, Daniel Daly,
huth ward L C Blandinir. Peter
Frey, Ot o B Browner, Frank Meenan.
N-venlh ward James E Lnrkin. Paul
Thiessen, James McCann, Edwin Ward.
First ward Sim'l Cosner. John
Schmidt, Swan Peterson, Robt. Stolten
Second ward Peter Codel. C. F.
Mueller. Nels Ecklund, Victor Peterson.
luml ward Mr. II. Metzsrar. Eurone
Liwis, Geo. D. Dunn, Frank Scuroeder,
M. J. M Enirv.
Fourth ward A. S. Writrht. D. W.
Oould. P. O. Simmon.
Fifth ward Fred Daclwllie n Otfn
Sixth ward Don Stewart. L N. Eck-
und. Fr tz Christianson. I'eter Landine.
Severn h ward Oodfrev Tuliah. Thou
being pushed for representative Geo.
W. Vinton, of Moline, and John A. Wil
son, of Rural.- Mr. McEniry then moved
that the delegates to the senatorial con
vention be instructed to cost their vote
for Geo. W. Vinton.
A debate followed in which Mr. J. A.
Wilson, of Rural, was also presented.
Hon. E. W. Hurst moved as a substfc.
tute that a committee of ten be appointed
by the chair to select delegates to the
different conventions. The substitute was
adopted. The chair appointed the fol
lowing to act: E. W. Hurst, J. P. Loo
ncy. J. W. Potter, Rock Island; D. W
Gould. Peter Codel, M. J. McEniry. Mo
line; Andrew Donaldson, 'Rural; W. G
Davis, Edgington; James Winans,
Hampton; John Schafer, Jr., Port Byron
The committee reported as follows, the
convention unanimously approving the
To the State Convention E W Hurst
John W Potter. B T Cable, W B Fones,
George Vinton, J W Welch, C B Mar
shall, John A Wilson, Henry L Franing
lo the congressional convention Ar
thur Burrall, Tom Pender, David Martin,
J. E. Larkin. John C. Taylor. W. II
Kistler, Wm. Moore, Morris Heagy, John
Schafer, M. J. McEuiry, John Gibson, T.
S. Silvis, L. C. Blanding, Lugeue Burns,
Henry Wheelan, Henry Frick, J. K.
Johnston. Dan W. Gould.
To the senatorial convention A S
Wright. C E Piper, Eugene Lewis, M K
Metzgar, Arthur Burrall, Ed Bauersfeld,
Ur J W Scott, Thomas Kerr, Geo Mc
Nabney, Andrew Donaldson, Geo La
mont, T J Medill, S L Swisher, Thos
Lees, K S Si!vs. Jas CaVanaugh, Geo
Browner, L C Bunding.
The following resolution, offered by
Supervisor George Browner, was also
unanimously adopted amidst great ap
Iitaolved, That it is the sentiment of
this convention that the delegates to the
lortncoming congressional convention
present to that body the name of Ben T.
table, and ask for his unanimous nomi
nation, feeling, under his leadership, not
only hopeful, but perfectly confldent of
a triumphant victory for the principles
Mr. Louis Edgington, of Buffalo Prai
rie, presented the following resolution,
which was unanimously adopted:
liefiolced. That the democrats of Rock
Island county are heartily in sympathy
with the movement tending to brine the
election or united states senators nearer
the people, and view with pleasure the
practical unanimity which the democrats
of the state have displayed in their coun
ty convention in favor of Gen. John M.
Palmer tor the exalted position above re
ferred to; and furthermore, that the deles
gates from Rock Island county to the
democratic state convention, are hereby
instructed to cast their vote as a unit for
the soldierNstatesman. General John
M. Palmer for United Slates senator.
The convention then adjourned.
COVER TH KM WITH F LOWERS,
omorrem- Tribute to the Nnldier
trad The KxerelweN at the Knl
dienT Monnntent and at the Inland.
Tomorrow will be Memorial day. and
Rock Island will do honor to the memory
of her soldier dead. The programme
of the exercises has been outlined in the
Argus. The various societies meet on
Second avenue near Spencer square, in
the morning at 9 o'clock, and proceed to
the court house square where there will
be fitting ceremonies about the soldiers'
monument. In the afternoon at 1:30 the
societies and others visit the national
cemetery on the island of Rock Island.
where Wcntz post, of Davenport, will
have charge of the tri-city observances.
J. Alex Montgomery will act as chief
marshal of the day in Rock Island.
GROCERS TO CLOSE TOMORROW .
We, the undersigned grocers of the city
of Rock Island hereby agree to keep our
respective places of business closed all
day on (Decoration Day.) Friday, May
VIIK Ot'TSIDK TOWNHIIIP3.
Cordoa C B Marshall.
D ru ry Leonard Wiley.
Zuma M F Schafer. W Nold.
Can oi Creek David Martin.
Port Byron John Schafer. E. M.
Hampton M 9 Heagy. James Winans.
Geo Mc Nabney.
Hampton, No. 2 S W Wainwiight. D
Hampton, No. SYt S Silvis. George
South Rock Island Geo Lamont, W C
Mnucker, Cyrus Valentine.
tilack Hawk Thos Kerr. Joseph Fitz
Patrick. C C Terry, H L Franing.
Coal alley Wm Myers. Edwin
Twombley, David Moran.
Bowling Brutus Slarkey. W S Mc
Rural Andrew Donaldson. F. W.
Edgiosrton No 1 Dr jfW Scott. E
Edginsrton No 2 James Venable. W
Buffa o Prairie W H Kistler. L
Elliott, Louis Edgington, John Haney.
South Moliue Adolph Weckle. James
Hasson, Chas. Larson, W A Christianson.
COM I'LIMKNTARY TO MR. HURST.
Mr. L. C. Blanding presented the fol
lowing resolutions, which were adopted
mid ringing cheers and by a rising vote,
as indie tied bv the resolutions:
Wbkkeas, The democracy of Rock
Island ounty in convention assembled,
rccogny e the eminent qualifications of
the prtsent minority representative of
the Twenty-first legislative district;
therefoie be it
Jieol,ed, That we express our hearty
appreci ttion of the faithful, conscientious
work w tich has been done by him while
a member of the state legislature; be it
Iteold. further, That we admire his
sterling democracy; that we believe he
should Ite renominated, and we take this
opportunity of showing we would be in
favor of his being strain our candidate for
the legislature, were it not that he has
positive ly declined to allow his name to
be brought before the convention, and is
in no wise a candidate; therefore be it
Kesolvd, That this convention by a
rising v te, show ita appreciation of our
manly, able and efficient minority repre
sentalite of the Twenty-first senatorial
district, the Hon. E. W. Hurst.
M. J". McEniry thought there wer
some iuestions before the convention
that should be decided before the corns
mittee vas appointed. He had no doubt
everyot e was in favor of John H. Pal
mer for United States senator, B. T. Ca
ble for congress, but two gentlemen were
W L ci an-rt
Geo B Bruwuer
J tiffin Zeis
L C Hfoh
W B 1'ettit
W A Khl. b
J T Hlm-ldR
V r Si lirnedrr
Loni VVri kt'l
V C" Trurdlc
Wm II llan
W B Httrki-r
I 'ha Hanson
DECORATION DAV ON ROCK ISLA ND.
Rook Island Arsenal. Rock Island, III.,
May 23, ISiH).
1. Friday, the 30th inst. being Decora
tion Day. all labor and duty at this post
except that required for the necessary
guard and police, will be suspended for
3. The garrison flag will be displayed
at half-staff frin 12 m. to sunset.
3. Carriages will not be allowed to
cross Moline bridge nor to approach the
cemetery nearer than 200 yards. Visitors
can leave their carriages in charge of
drivers and walk to the cemetery during
the time of the memorial service. Car
riages should approach the cemetery from
main entrance by main avenue, then turn
to the left on Moline avenue and return
by Park Drive.
J. M. Whittemoue.
Col. of Ordnance Commanding.
The postofflce will be closed from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m. tomorrow and the carrier's
window will be open from 5 to 6 for the
delivery of mail. The morning delivery
only will be made.
There will lie flag raising exercises at
St. Joseph's Catholic school immediately
after the ceremonies at the county sol
diers monument tomorrow morninr.
The excursion train for Moline for all
attending the ceremonies on the island,
leaves the C, B. & Q. depot tomorrow
afternoon at 1 :30 aud returns after the
The dry goods stores of Mclntire Bros,
and McCabt. Bros', will be closed all day
The Woodmen Tronble.
Spencer Mattison. clerk of Rock Island
Camp No. 29. Modern Woodmen of
America, is in receipt of a letter from L.
E. Tuttle clerk of the Whiteside county
circuit court, in which he says thai in the
matter of Slate Auditor C. W. Pavey vs.
the M. W. A., the case has been referred
to the master in chancery to take proofs,
and the case is continued until the Oc
tober term. By that time the order will
have determined as to J. C. Root remain
ing in the office of head consul anyway.
There is danger in impure blood
There is safety in taking Hood's Sarsa
parilla, the great blood purifier. 100
doses ft. .
Memorial day tomorrow.
Ice box for sale. Apply to George
Mrs. Phil Mitchell has returned from
Pete. Baker in "Chris and Lena" at the
Mr. John Barton, of Coal Valley, at'
tended the county convention today.
$5.50 will buy a $7 mattress and spring
at J. W. Jones Second hand store. 1614
Mrs. O. H. Sturgeon, of Windora. Pa
is visiting her son. State's Attorney M
M. Sturgeon, of this city.
V. E. Sir. J. E. Dyas. deputy grand
commander of the state of Illinois, will
inspect Evarts" Commandery K. P. to
Bock beer tomorrow at S. A. Mar
sball's Centennial saloon on Third ave
nue between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Bock beer tomorrow at Wm. Seefeld's
saloon, corner of First avenue and Six
teenlh street, opposite the C, B'. & Q
Mrs. E. J. Skiles and daughtei. Miss
Letitia, left this morning for an extended
visit to relatives at Atlantic and Avoca
Sidney C. Pearson and Miss Annie
Hiitchings were married at Trinity church
last night by the rector. Rev. R. F.
r. A. Lane, a popular commercial
traveler, who is also connected with the
reportorial staff of the Boston Qkle, is in
the city on business.
Messrs. J. A. Wilson and Lewis Wil
son, of Rural, and J. C. Taylor, of Tay
lor Ridge, were in the city today as look
ers on at the democratic convention.
Conductor Ed. Tuller, of the Savanna
run of the C, B. & Q , accompanied by
his wife ami daughter, have eone to Asb
ley. North Carolina, for the benefit of bis
A great boom for the city of Rock Isl
and. It has been fully decided that the
worm s lair is to be changed from Chi
cago to J. W. Jones' Second hand 6tore,
ioi4 oecontl avenue.
All passes heretofore issued by the
kock Island & Milan railway not exnir
ing on June I are revoked, and all per
sons emitted to passjs may apply to Fred
Representatives of the Home Insurance
company have settled with Mr. S. C
Taylor, of Taylor Ridge, in full for the
damages and loss occasioned by the fire
at his immense hay barn last week.
It was Miss Maria Thompson, dautrh
ter of Mr. Wm. Thompson, of 820 Nine
teenth street, whose weddinc occurred
Tuesday night, instead of Mina, as the
name appeared yesterday.
As the telegraph shows, the Hennepin
canal went up another notch toward suc
cess yesterday, in the passsge of the river
ami narbor bill with it included
motion to strike it out being lost bv a
voie oi oi yeas to ibs nays.
The Ladies' Sewing society of the
Methodist church will meet with Mrs. H.
C. C-leavelami at 2 p. m. on Tuesday.
June 3. The ladies wish to choose the
pattern for a carpet for the church, from
a collection of samples.
Miss Josie Sexton was surprised at her
home on Third avenue between Eighlh
and Ninth streets last evening by about
twenty-nve ot her friends, and a happy
time was spent in dancing and games.
alter which a one supper was served.
A team of horses attached to a top bug'
ey belonging to Mr. Ben Hartz. of Hartz
& Bahnsen, this city, got away in Daven
port yesterday afternoon and indulged in
a lively runaway on West Third street.
The vehicle was considerably damaged,
but no serious cor sequences attended the
Supt. Schnitger expects when the elec
tric system of the Holmes company is in
full operation, to make the run from
Harper's theatre. Rock Island, to the
Keator house, Moline, in twenty-five
minute, and t reduce the time on both
the red and blue lines from two hours
for a round trip to fifty minutes or an
The annual meeting of the directors of
the Rock Island & Milan street railway
company was held at the office of the
secretary, E. W. Hurst, yesterday after
noon, and new directors were elected as
follows: II. C. Connelly. Peter Fries.
J. M. Buford. II. C. Davennnrt J,.Jin
Peetz. The election of officers was de
ferred until a later date.
Up in Dubuque, which is probablv the
only county which has as deplorable and
disgraceful a court bouse structure as
Koch Island county has. the people are
having mass meetings lo condemn the
old building and cry ut for a new one.
Soon Sock Island will be alone in its
glorified possession of so ancient a sepul-
uer oi justice. t
An exchange states that you can read
the newspaper proof three or four times
and repeatedly pass the same error with
out seeing it. All newspaper men tell
you so. But as soon as the press is
started and the paper is printed in its
complete shape, there stands the error in
front or you, so big that you can't see
anytbiug else. It's a strange fact and is
probably the reason why it is so easy to
edit a newspaper after it is printed.
Assessor C. II. Ritter and his assistants
Messrs. Geo. Solander and J. H. Cleland,
have their work well in hand.' The real
estate and persons assessed for personal
property snouid remember that the board
f grevience, "so called." consisting of
the assessor, town clerk and supervisor,
meet June 23 to hear complaints and rec
tify mistakes. The next resort is the July
meeting of the board of supervisors and
thereafter all assessments Bland as as
sessed. It has been the habit of many to
nna iauit ana kick when they pay their
taxes. The time lo kick is the time mentioned.
With the close of the present school
year. Miss C. M. Briggs, for many years
assistant, principal at the High school,
severs her connection with the Rock Isl
and public schools. She will first visit in
her native state, Rhode Island, and then
go to California for permanent residence.
As a teacher Hiss ISriggs has few equals,
her studious zeal, scholarly accomplish
ments, faculty of controlling her pupils
and womanly grace having won her a
place in the esteem of all patrons of the
Rock Island schools, and her resignation
win cause very general regret.
The case against Oliver Vanlaningham
charged with incest with his thirteen year
old daughter, was called before Magis
trate Wivill this morning and a contin
uance taken until this evening. Myer
Simon, the prosecuting witness, says that
tne assertion that be would withdraw bis
charge is unfounded; that be caught
vanlaningham in the crime alleged five
different times which he specifies: the
first, on January 5, in a vard near Anda
lusia where be and Vanlaningham were
working; March 10, in a house in the
country near Andalusia; April 3 and 19 in
his home in this city, and April 20 in the
lumber yard in the lower end of town.
The Kit Care on brought down fourteen
strings of lumber.
The stage of the water was 4:05 at
noon; the temperature 84.
Today's boats up were the J. W. Van
Sant, Mountain Belle, Bella Mac, Pilot
and Irene D.
The Helen Schnlenberg, Irene D., Pilot
and Inverness each came down with eight
strings of logs.
Attention vamp 29, M . W. A.
You are herebv notified that the mem
bers cf No. 29 are expected to participate
in the Memorial services at the soldiers
county monument. You will therefore
be at your hall on Friday. May 30. at 8
a. m. C. W. Uawes, V. C.
S. Mattison, Clerk.
Iatana city Lodge, A. 0. U. W.
All members of Island City Lodge, No.
4, A? O. U. W.. are notified to assemble
at their ball at 8:30 a. m. on Friday, Mav
30. to participate in the Decoration day
exercises at Court House square. By
order of the lodge. W. A. Robu. M. W.
C. W. Uawes, Recorder.
Tin. Re.id.nc. For Rent.
The dwelling formerly occupied by D.
IS. Sears, near Black Hawk s watch tow
er, with nine acres of land. Also the
barns at the Davenport homestead. Ap
ply to Henry Curtis.
Attention A.O. I . W.
All members of Noble lodge No. 1, A
O. U. W.,are requested to assemble at
lodge room, Friday, May 30, at 8 a. m. to
participate in memorial services.
Geo. Eckert, M. W.
Tax Sale Hotic.
The annual tax sale will commence
next Monday, June 2, at the court house
Jersey banks may break, but there's no
discounting the bill of the native mo
Kvery tissue of the body, every bone,
muscle and organ, is made stionL'er anil
more healthful by the use of Hood's Sar
The bee has mnsced mmtphnv In cwt
credit for industry, but it's a regular hum
Whitman's buttercups and marsh mal
lows put up in fancy half pound hoxea at
Krell & Math s.
Mclntire Broi. have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra tine and fresh at Krell &
Step in to Krell & Alath's ice cream
parlor and try a dih of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
Furnished rooms for rent. Inuuire of
aciiaaD .t w oiters.
Don't try lo drown your soirows in a
jug; troubles are great swimmers.
C. A. Steel,
ONE NIC.nT ONLY.
THURSDAY, MAY 29th
Uptnm of tbe Welcome Favorite,
PETE BAKER !
1 ne word wi tic. well-known Comedian. In ih
richest dreped and moat laucliable comedy, re-
t iiiaiui.t-u tiy uilUM'll, cmiuca
CHRIS AND LENA.
Replete with crami harnioni.MiK blendin? of
pretty on?K. witty tmyinc and comical vltuaiions
with Hie bright nnhinc ..f iniiir. xnpporfcd hy a
company of acknowledged vocal and Comedy abil
ity, mm mum? Mis jiiib mssiix, the well
known Kiiu'inn MMihrette, lale star of Little Nng-r-1
Co.. and the funniest of all lrih comedians,
MR. JOHN M1KE11AN. late of Mieehan .H
Coyne, and Ibe cleverest of all child artii. ini.lv
t'4 years of sire.) litilc 1KENK FIIANKL1X, in
mi iirr laiepi wmpi.
rreiiy r aces : Kxqni-ite ToileUI Elegant
Codtnme! Magnificent Scenery.
The I'unnic.-U ulaT ever writ i n li.,n i n;u. it
Prices Parquctte 7V; Balcony 5ic; iiailerj
All members of 0SauKee tribe No. 15
are requested to meet at their wigwam on
Friday morning, nay 30, to participate
in tbe decoration services. By order of
the tribe. R E. Meter,
D. Laffer, Sachem.
C. of R.
ff ALL PAPER,
Tatle and Shelf Oil
ROOM AKD riCTTRE
t "Picture Cord, Twine, Nails
aud ILkik at loiretft price.
Call and ace.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Coder Rock Island Bonae.
IS BUMM OT
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charga.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Room S and 4 M axontc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Lloyd & Stewart.
KOCK. iSE.AKD, ILdU.
Spring Styles now Ready.
Are in Demand.
Mclntire Bros, offer specially good
things at low prices:
Challies. 4c a yard.
Challies, 5c a yard.
Challies, 7 l-2c a yard.
New half wool and all wool chal
lies at popular prices.
Paisley twill, imitating the popu
lar all wool blazer fabrics, in stripes,
cream ground 1 9c a yard.
Lawn tennis suitings, plaids and
stripes, 10c a yard-
Splendid assortment Embroideries
including full with skirtings beginning
at 49c a yard-
Black fish net lace, full width 25o
New assortment sun and rain just
Gloria gold head, 98c
Better ones, too.
Black satin skirts 98c
We will be pleased to have you
look through our stock whether you
Satines, large variety, 10c a yard- J purchase or not.
Rock Island. Illinois.
GLEMANN & SALZMANN
Who now own the largest ground floor
"West of Chicago, are ready to take the people of this vicin
ity through one of the largest and finest
in this section of the country, which is elegantly lighted
and contains the largest and hansomest PATTERNS OF
ever seen in the three cities, and their stock of FURNI
TURE and CURTAINS is grander than ever.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
v Fateficcei aenl ZMrtaw
If you wish to enjoy good
health, pure drinking water is
the first consideration. To get
it, in this part of the country, a
good filter is really necessary;
and the best filter is the one you
see here. It will pay you to
call and look at it.
It is made in three parts,
each easily detached, open to
view, as easy to clean as any
stone butter crock. The water
comes though perfectly clear
and sweet, and you can use ice
for cooling without having it
touch the water at all.
I have them from $6.75 up,
according to style of finish and
G-. M, LOOSLEY,
Cbockikt and China,
1609 Second Avenue.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
"SITTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at S 00 Riven away to each customer bovine $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoe. Call in and let as how you the book and
, explain bow yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL SHOE STORK. 1818 Second Avenna.
ELT4 STREET 8HOE3TORE
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