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JAHNS & BERTLESON,-
.1612 Second Avenue.
Bargains in China Ware.
Te and coffee cnps, 8 etjles ?c each
Sancer to match 2c '
15in. oval dishes 15c "
lllu. ' Klc '
19in. plates c "
4in. esuce dishes 9c "
gin. sauce or vegetable diehes 13c
Tin. " inc "
Bggcapa 8c "
Bone dltfbe. Sc
These goods were slightly damaged in shipping,
bnt would be bargains at. one half more than we
ask for them. r
' 4 piece ga-den sets 2c
Decker's kitchen soap, per box 15c
Pure Irlvh linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to matcb . per pack 10c
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Neil door to Cramptoo'B Bookstore, (up stairs )
The public in cordially invited to inspect onr new Gallery, the finest West of Chlcipo
without any exception. We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enough to make life
siie Photographs di ect. We have the only Gallery in this city which is first-class In all Its
appointments. In fact it contains more Instruments, Bick Grounds, Photographic Furniture,
etc., than all the other Galleries in this city Combined. We have a reputation of the highest
order and also the ability ana determination to sustain it.
Jr. 1k, L' il' 'rtnluu it IT ?.
-TtlJ "Mil U ' "W" Mill
VJALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 314: Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND-
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive scents for the following six largeat Wall Paper
Factories: Birge & Sou, Janeway A Co., Robert S. Hobbs & Co., Nevins & llaviland, New
York Wall Paper Co., and Kobert Graves & Co.
SEE OUk aPKCIAL.3-Which includes all the Art papers. Prices from 10 to 80 per cent
below O'her deale-s.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant
They have no equal as a Family
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
1703 Second Avenue.
the liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
Thoughts That Arise ,tu-Viewing
Rck Inland Is Making a tircat Strike,
bat la Order ta Keep I'p the Paee
Home ThlaKa Must be lne
la this day of progressive enthusiasm
and steady advancement in Rock Island,
there are many projects constantly aris
ing looki lg to the general upbnilding of
the city. They are not all of them prop
ositions on which the sanction of law
making bodies is essential; many of them
are such as a cordial and hearty and a
well directed public sentiment such as
stimulates pride and awakens individual
effort mt.y obtain. For the most part,
however, the effort in the line of progress
must be attended by legislative endorse
ment. In a growing city such as Rock
Island tb s may generally be secured with
out a great deal of trouble, especially
where thi municipal body is as progres
sive in its tendencies as is the present
council ol' Rock Island.
The suggestions, however, are conse
quently biting made for the legal appro
bation of public enterprises, over some
of which the council has no control.
Take for instance the government island
of Rock Island, where is located the
greatest and most important national ar
mory and arsenal in the world. The
spirit of advancement which has tike n
possession of Rock Island has aroused
interest it. this great national enterprise.
and the Treat journals of Chicago the
Tribune, ihe Inter -Ocmn and the Xem,
ave in recent issues spoken of it in a
manner verr complimentary to it and
highly appreciated by this community
where it U a subject of the highest pride.
The met"opolitan press, realizes that
the natk nal arsenal on Rock Isltnd is
not receiving the attention it should at
the hands of congress, and this is largely
claims, due to the lack of interest on
the part of Illinois congressmen in it.
But as th j cities of Rock Island and Mo
oe grow and become more prominent,
attention is more particularly directed to
the great arsenal which is located here,
and the government must realize the
uty it ewes an instilut:oo of its mag
nitude an i importance.
There hre other things constantly de
veloping ih at give Ruck Island the most
hopeful prospects. The practical a?sur
ance that the Hennepin canal is to be
built, this almost certainly of the
ocalion of a government building
here and the fact that several important
Dlu8trien are to be established here this
season, the introducing of a new street
car motive power, all show to what ex
tent the ity is growing and what may be
xpected. The local council has done all
possible within its power to further all
projects. The granting of the switch for
the R. I. & P. to the lower end of town
was a very wise move ana if that road re
fuses to put it in the council will of
course grtnt a similar right to the C, B.
Q., as that territory must in the face
of impending circumstances bj developed
and given every railroad facility possible.
Jnst new, however, when the city is so
rapidly a Ivancing. one question arises
and it is an old one what shall we do
with the slough? The good people in
that vicinity are complaining of its con-
ition, efppcially as between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets and Fifth aod Sev
enth avenues. They claim that at
the present time there is an un
pleasant stench arising from the slough
and loot: to the council to apply a
remedy lor the evil. The council can
do. and till two birds with one stone by
following out the mayor's idea, which is
to take the ground or Franklin FQnare
and use it for filling the slough and it
II go a long way toward doing it and
then put the down town park in such
condition that grass and flowers will
grow there. This is a matter that should
command the attention of tic council at
an early lay.
That Rock Island is growing now is
fully evinced by the demand for laboring
men. A man of steady and industrious
habits wilt find plenty to do here, and out
of this assertion grows another idea, and
that is homes for these laboring men
that may come to Rock Island. There
still is a great scarcity of houses such as
bring frim $10 to $20 per month, and
some f:ort should be made to provide
The street and park and railway facili
ity improvements Rock Island has made
within a year, have given the city a rep
utation nil over the west. Let us do all
in our power to continue to merit tne
popularity we are gelling as a city.
The amber iMirl by :ily f'lerk
Kaealer for tbe Next Mix Moaths,
and W wo Receive Tbeaa.
Exactly fifty saloon licenses have been
issued hj City Clerk Koehler for the en
suing six months, the amount of each be
ing $250. the persons to whom issued be
Thoa. F. Hughes, Bernard Seeburger,
Chas. G. Gaver, Henry kbrhorn, John
Ainswotth, A. Hildebrandt, Henry Geis-
ler. John G. Mueller. Henry Pcbmielau,
P. H. Eellv. Lothar Harms, Wm. Dres-
sen. Jacob Ohlweiler.Otto Seib, Schwecke
& Lnct mann. Geo. Savadge. .Nelson it
Youngberg. Gust Mossman, John Dres
sen. JJbn tioidori, Herman n.aie,
Ferdinand Gross. John a. Hanson
Joseph Scheiberl. Joseph Huber. Jaa.
B. Meucker. lieo. Benrens, u. a.
Hoch. Wm. Seifeld. Jacob Hoesli,
John 8 chafer. August Goettsch. Cos-
tello & Drost, Gust Geiger, Thomas
Williams. Chas. Obcrg, Chas. Hansen
Ed. Mjrrin. Rudolph Uincher, John
Uroeen. John W. Roche. James Given
Christ tchotz. Fred Appelquist, Stephen
A. Mart.chalL Herman Bchmacbt, Henry
C. Williams, Catherine Herkert. James
McElro, Herman Schwecke.
For tbe state democratic convention at
SDringticld, Jane 4. the O , B. & Q. will
sell ticl ets at one fare and a third for the
round Uip. Tickets for sale June 3 and
4, final limit Jane 5.
H. D. Mack, Agent.
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire of
Schaab & Wolters.
1 1 1
Funeral of ihe Late
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The funeral of the late .C. B Koo"tfc
curred this, afternoon. from the. late home
of the deceased on Twentieth street and
Fourth avenue. Rev. CI. W- 6ue pas-,
tor of the First M. E. church, officiated.
There was an immense concourse ot peo
ple present. Including Canton Star No. 8.
Patriarch Militant, and Rock Island", tJcal
and Hecker lodges of the' Odd Fellows
order, the Druids and the mayor, coun
cil and police force. The honorary pall
bearers, all old settlers, were; Dr. S. C.
Plummer, Dr. Patrick Gregg, Geo. Mix
ter, E. P. Reynolds, P. Siemons, David
Hawes, Capt. T. J. Robinson and Dr. W.
T. Magill. while the activa bearers
were: James Hardin, Chris. Otto
Conrad Schmidt and Emil Jacobson, of
the Druids, Sheldon Ruby. Wesley Rao
denbaugh, C. Whiffin and August Suitor,
of the Odd Fellows. Undertaker Wm.
La very, of Davenport, acted as funeral
director. When the hearse left the
house, there was no driver on the seat,
the horses being led by Chevaliers Geo.
Aster and John Tremann, of Canton
Star. The interment was at Chippian
nock. Harry Frey, 8n ' Mr and Mrs. Cal.
Frey, living on Thirteenth avenue, died
yesterday morning of diphtheria. His
age was 14 years and 3 dajs, and he was
the third of Mr. Frey's family to be taken
with the disease, the others having re
covered. He was a bright industrious
boy and the loss is a severe one to the
boy's parents. The remains were de
posited in the vault at Chippianock cem
etery last evening and the interment will
occur tomorrow afternoon.
Tbe funeral of Bennie Burton oc
curred yesterday afternoon. Rev. H- C.
Marshall, officiating. The pail bearers
were: Otto Hedling. Arty Herwig, Mor
ris Dower, Frank Miller, Chris. Hanshaw
and Geo. Cordis, all playmates and Sun
day school companions of the deceased.
John J. Ainsley. aged two years and
ine months, died at his parents' home
Eighth avenue, between Fourteenth
and Fourteenth-and-a-half streets, last
tght, of chronic bronchitis, after a
years illness. The funeral occurred
HE REWARD OF INDUSTRY
The Kork Ir.laaa HlehMrhaol U rail a-
tine I'laa r lK90-.The ( Drnmriirr.
The annual commencement exercise
of the Rock Island high school will be
held at Harper's theatre on Friday even
ing next. The address will be made by
Prof. John W. Cook, of Normal.
THE GRADUATES AUK:
English Course Sadie Louis? Ran-
son, Udwin W. MocKer, nary Alice
Toliver. Henrietta Waltmann.
Latin Course Achsah Crane, John W.
Gne, Magdalene Hinderer, Ernest A,
Illingsworth, Jennie Murray, Lily Mur-
German Course Mary Alice Camp -
bell. Henrietta Chamberlain, Clara Ma
ria Deisenroth.. Ralph Haverstick, Lucy
May Kinner, Wm. L. Ludolpb. Clara
Peetz, EmmaRedeker, Chas. D. Reimers,
John Rinck. Fanny Rosenfield, Elise Ger
trude Slelck. Grace Anastalia Stephen
son. THE PROGRAMME
of the commencement includes an over-
ure, choruses by the High school, ora
tions and essays by Ralph Haverstick,
Achsah Crane, Magdalene Henderson,
Elise G. Stilck. Mary A. Campbell, Wm.
Ludolph, Clara Peetz, John W. Que,
Jennie Murray, Sadie L. Ranson. Mary
A. Toltver, Emma Redeker, Etta Wolt-
mann, Chas. D. Reimers. Helena M. Det-
efsen, Fanny Rosenfield, Ernest A. Ill
ingsworth, Grace A. Stephenson, Lily
Mirfleld. Edwin W. Stocker, Lucy M.
Kinner. Harriette Chamberlain, John
Rinck and Clara M. Diesenroth.
The class motto is "Pluck, Patience
An additional force of petit jurors was
drawn by Sheriff Silvia and Circuit Clerk
Gamble yesterday as follows, the jurors
to report for service in the circuit court
at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon:
Rock Island W B Myers. Wm Mc
Guinn, L J Eckhart. W M Hastings, Aug
uat Hansgen, P A Gustafson. H Burgow
er, David Ulam, u senroeaer, wm
Levy, D E Noftsker, Henry Deisenroth,
Moline John reterson. red ticcfe.
Benton Davis, John Byles.
Black Hawk L E Laflin.
South Rock Island Gale Parser. W S
Mar rallce Banlaraa.
Marshal Miller's report of police bust
ness for May is as follows:
Arrests Disorderly conduct, 1; peace
warrant, 2; drunk and disorderly, 3
drunk, 8; abusive language, 1; disturb
tag the peace, 4; breach of the peace. 2;
assault and battery, 3; keeping disorderly
house. 1 ; inmates of disorderly bouse, 2
fast driving. 8; incest, 1; rape, 1; total.
33; state, 5; city, 27.
Every ingredient employed in produc
ing Hood's Sarsapanlla is strictly pure,
and is the best of its kind it is possible to
bjy. All the roots and herbs are care
felly selected, personally examined, and
only the best retained. So that from the
time of purchase until tiooa s Barsapa
rilla prepared, everything is carefully
watched with a view to attaining the best
result. Why don t yon try UT
Hood's Saraaparilla is on the flood tide
of popularity, which position it has
reached by its own intrinsic, undouDted
The man who is too fond of his ante
usually makes the acquaintance, of his
Whitman's butter enps and marsh-mal
lows put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leavea no odor. ... . - ' . - -
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
Btep in to Krell K Math a ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
A bill for beverages ought to be liqu!
A GENEROUS GIFT.
Mr. Ben T:; Cable's and Mrs. Castle-
man's Present to the City.
A Macalfieeat Faaatala far Mpraeer
Mqaare Deaerlptlaa or the Oraa-aeat-fartber
Plaaa af t anaaals
On his return from Europe tbe Argus
spoke of Mr. B. T. Cable's surprise and
delight at the improvements made in
street and park improvements in Rock
Island ' duringlis4 absence." Especially
was he pleased with what had been ac
complished at Spencer square, and be
expressed to Commissioner Jackson a
desire to further bis beautifying plans.
The fountain was the most important
thing left to complete the beautifying
and attractiveness of tbe park, and Mr.
Cable at once told Mr. Jackson to put
is name down for $500 toward supply
ing this ornament. Afterwards Mr. Ca
'e wrote bis sister, Mrs, Lucy A. Castle-
man, at San Antonio, on the subje:t of
assuming the entire cost of putting in the
fountain and making it a memorial to
their father, the late P. L. Cable, who
presented the city with its present wa
terworks, and also' made a donation
of f'25,000 to Angustana college,
which made it possible t erect
tbe magnificent new building on
tbe college premises Mra. Castle-
man immediately cooperated with
her brother's ideas and Mr. Cable so in
formed Mr. Jackson, wba at once htd
Mr. T. B. Davis send for a catalogue of
fountains and today one was picked out
which will cost $2,300 and which will be
donated to tbe city by Mr. Cable and
Mrs. Castleman as a memorial to their
father. Tbe fountain is grand in pro
portions and lovely in design. Its height
is to be seventeen feet and two inches.
wbile the diameter of the pan is to be
nine feet six inches. It is of the renais
sance style; it rests on a beautiful orna
mental bise and between the pedestal
and tbe pan are four figures with swans.
out of tbe months of which tbe water
rises. Above the pan is a sea group of
boys s'ttiog on the neck of dolphics hold-
ng shells from which tbe water spouts.
Venus rising from the sea group sur
mounts the whole.
The fountain is to be of bronze and Mr.
Davis will go to Chicago the first of tbe
week at Commissioner Jackson's request
to complete arrangements for the foun
tain in order that it may be in place by
the Fourth of July. When Mr. Cable
made the gift to Commissioner Jackson
the latter assured him that the surround-
ncs yet to be provided, such as vases and
seats, should comport to the fountain.
To this end it will be necessary that other
liberal-minded citizens assist the com
missioner financially as the city has gone
to its full limit in providing the founda
tion for these grand improvements. Mr.
Jackson's fund already has a donation of
$100 in it and the generosity and public
pirit of Mr. Cable and Mrs. Castleman
will no doubt serve as an impetus to others
to contribute in order that tbe vases, a
handsome pattern for which Mr. Jack
son has already secured, and the seats,
may be in keeping with the magnificent
ornament which is to grace the north
angle of the square.
Joseph Conway, of Reynolds, was in
the city today.
Mr. Beni. Whilsitt. of P.-eemntion.was
in the city today.
Dr. E. E. Rogers, of Port Byron, was
in tbe city today.
Davenport voted for annexation yes
terday by 1,410 to 757.
Straw hats in the latest styles all sizes
at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Supervisor John A. Wilson, of Rural.
was in the city today.
strawberries this evening 10 cents per
box. At C. C. Truesdale's.
snrawoemes, new potatoes, green
peas ana Deans at Long a.
Nobby neckwear for summer just re
ceived at Ldoyd 3E Stewart s.
Summer underwear anything you can
ask for, at Lloyd fc Stewart's.
Tickets for 'Omaha, Neb., tonight
cbcap, at Mcllugh s ticket office.
Mr. and Mrs. James Simser reioice in
tbe arrival of a Decoration day daughter.
Just the thing for hot weather those
flinnel coats and vests, at Lloyd & Slew
art's. If you want milk that is absolutely
pure, patronize L. IS. Htrayer's mill feed
Rev. W. S. Marquis has returned from
the general presbyterian assembly at Sar
atoga, JM. x.
A hotel man from central Illinois is io
tbe city looking at the Harper with a
view of leasing it.
Fire this afternoon damaged Wahle's
grocery and Stake's clothing store in Dav
port to the extent of 85.000.
E. B. McEown has added kindling
ood to his soft coal business, and is
now prepared to take orders for dry or
The regular monthly meeting of the
Hospital Guild will be held at tbe resi
dence of Mrs. J. M. Buford at 3 o'clock
Carl O. Berglnnd. a well known citizen
of Moline, died suddenly in his yard of
appoplexy this afternoon. Coroner
Hawes will hold an inquest this evening
Cards have been received for tbe ma r
nage at rort scoit, Jian., June 4lh. of
Mr. H. F. Anawalt, formerly of this
city, and Miss Ursie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Popkess, of that city.
AH delegates to the democratic state
convention to be held at Springfield next
Wednesday should bear in mind to get a
receipt from their local ticket agent when
purchasing their ticket. This will en
title them to a one and one-third fare
for the round trip.
Nets Olsen, of Moline, had his arm so
injured while at work In the Moline wag'
on company's works five weeks ago that
it was necessary to amputate it, and the
young man was brought to St. Luke's
hospital for tbe operation, where be baa
remained for subsequent treatment nntil
today. Hia father, Mr. John Olsen, de
ires to express his gratitude to tbe phy
aiciana and also bis appreciation of the
Tbe work of ruing tbe front part of
Mitchell & Lynde's old block is progress
ing rapidly, and Contractor Stephens
wbo has.it in charge nnder Contractor
Scbnell, will probably have it all down
early in the week. This morning it was
discovered that so many braces had been
broken from the Brush company's towef at
the southeast corner as to make it shaky
and-; very : unsettled. -The consequence
was that the work on that corner was im
peded as the brick have to he taken- out
one by one instead of In chunks as has
been tbe practice. Tbe tower is a public
nuisance anyway and the council haa had
so much trouble in getting it out of there
that -it will most likely condemn tbe
whole pack of them at the expiration of
the present contract with the city. Mr.
P. Fnestedt, of Chicago, has bis material
on hand for raising the rear portion of
the building and will probably commence
tbe undertaking in a few days.
An English clergyman relates that his fa
ther was in the habit of frequenting Ain
brose's coffee house, in Edinburgh, the hoasn
made famous by John Wilson in bis "Noctea
Ambrosiana?." To his surprise he found old
Mr. Ambrose not at all proud of the celebrity
which had been conferred upon his establish
ment. On the contrary, he had taken it into
his bead to be highly indignant at being thus
put into literature.
"What right had Mr. Wilson to talk about
me?" he said. "I tell you what I am, sir;
I'm an individual."
It is not clear just what ha meant by this,
but he repeated tbe statement again and
again, with evident satisfaction. The cler
gyman thinks that the &-otch are rather
fond of hard words. He once asked a sta
tion masU-r whether the 3:25 train went to
"Do you want to go to Campsier answered
the official. "The next expreus does not stop
at Caniptiie. The V2:'M train stops there."
The clergyman repeated bis inquiry, "Doea
the 3:25 train stop at Campsier
Such impertinence was more than the sta
tion agent could bear.
"Now, look here," he said, looking very
angry, "do you think I'm going to be your
your your amanuensis?"
He brought out the word with crushing
dignity, aud left tho inquirer, as be himself
confesses, "morally prostrate.." Youth's
Lean Meat anil Water.
Can life and health 1 sustained indefinitely
upon a diet of lean meat and water, without
any farinaceous food at all? Physiologists
tell us that it cannot; experience seems to
negative their assertion. It is highly desir
able that this question should he cleared np
and finally set at rest, both from a practical
end from a purely wtentilic point of view. A
diet of lean meat is now being advocated for
veveral purposes in practical medicine, and it
in of the highest importance that we should
know for certain for what period it can be
carried on without injury to the patient.
In this country it is being used 'hiefly for
the reduction of obesity, but in New York
several physicians are making an extensive
usof a diet consisting entirely of lean meat
anil vater, not 'only for that purpose, but
also in the treatment of dyspepsia, phthisis,
ectasia of the stomach, and in the alsorption
of new growths ; in the latter case it bein(
claimed that by increasing the metabolism of
the body recently formed tumors can be ab
sorbed. In order to procure these results the
use of a diet consisting entirely of lean meat
and water is contiiiticil for a period of at least
several months, and the advocates of this
new scIkh.1 claim that the benefit to the
general health of the aticnt is marked and
absolute. Loudon Paper.
tireek Meet (Irnk.
Mrs. Knrins (with ojK'r:igl;i5.s. looking
into window op;osiu-) I declare to
goodness, if that iMr.i.l.'nt woman over
the way h.-isift ot a tipyslass and is try
ing to l(K)k into onr flat! Xew York
The Danger rst.
Ted This is the second time you have
len eng;itd to that girl. Look out you
don't lise her ajrain.
Ned Not iiiuih fear of that; bhe is
ton years older now. Harper's Bazar.
He Xeaut Well.
'John. said the dying man, "will you
be one of my pall bearers?"'
"I shall Ikj only too glad to, old fel
low," replied John, sympathetically.
Bilions I shvp in feathers, hut I be
lieve it's unhealthy.
Tuffnut What's that! Look at the
spring chicken; see how tough he is.
Table and Shelf Oil
KOOlt AND PICTURE
tPctnr Cord, Twine, Naile
and Hook at lowest price.
Call and ee.
C. C. Taylor
1S35 Second avenue.
Under Bock Island Boom.
ih ami of
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annnallv, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law -
Booms l and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK I81.AKD, ILL.
Spring Styles now Ready.
Are in Demand.
Mclntire Bros, offer specially good
things at low prices:
Challies. 4c a yard. -,
Challies, 5c a yard. -l
. Challies, 7 1t2c a yard.
Mew half wool and all wool chal
lies at popular prices.
Paisley twill, imitating the popu
lar all wool blazer fabrics, in stripes,
cream ground 10c a yard.
Lawn tennis suitings, plaids and
stripes, 10c a yard-
Satines, large variety, 10c a yard. purchase or not.
McINTIRE BROS., '
Rock Island. Illinois.
. Who now own the
"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. 121, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
, - . .
"i mill in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities. . .
PATENT LEATHER SHOES '. '
tSfTanned Goods in all
Ad Encyclopedia valued at f 6 00 (riven away to each customer bating $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let us show yoq the book and
explain how yon can get it free. - .:.:
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr., ;
CENTRAL SHOE STOKE, 1818 Beeond- Avenue
ELM STREET. SHOE STORE - . .
--. tm Fifth Arena. ; - j -:-'
Splendid assortment Embroideries
including full with skirtings beginning
at 49c a yard.
Black fish net lace, full width 25c
New assortment sun and rain jnst
Gloria gold head, 08c
Better ones, too.
Black satin skirts 98c
We wUl be pleased to have yon
look through our stock whether yon
largest ground floor
If you wish to enjoy good
health, pore drinking water ia
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 cleau as any
stone bntter 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 $6.7J up,
according to style of finish and
material used. .. ..
a. M, LOOSLEY,
Cbockxbt awd China, . -1609