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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1890.
Copper, Tin at
PLUMBING, GAS AND
-And House Furnishing Goods
fSTSteamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1812 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Tea and coffee cop. 8 tlc So each
Sancer to match 8c
15in. oval duties l."c "
lllu. " 10c "
13ln. plates Rc "
4In. sance dishes 2c '
Sin. aauce or vegtable'dishes 13c "
7in. 10c "
Egg caps Sc '
Bone distiet 8c "
These goods were slightly damaged in shipping,
bnt would be bargains at one half more than we
ask for them.
4 piece ga den sets 20c
Pecker's kitchen soap, per box 15c
Pare Irish linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match, per pack lOc
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Next door to Crampton's Bookstore, (upstairs)
The public la cordially invited to inspect our new Gallery, the (Inert West of Chicago
without any exception. We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enongh to make 1 i re
sile Photograph" di ert. We have the only Gallery in th!s city which is first-class tn all its
appointments, In fact it contains more Instrument!, Bark 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 detarmination to sustain it.
Ias n usscn,
WALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive agents
Factories: HI rue A Sou, Janeway A Co., Holicrt S.
York Wall Pajier Co., and Knbert Uravps A Co.
SEE oTJrt Hl'KCIALS- Which includes all the
below o her dealers.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &d ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
" MARKET SQUARE.
WONDERFUL PILL -
For the cure of all disorders of the Liver, Kidney and Stomach,
They axe sale, 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.
Snot Iron Ml,
1703 Second Avenue.
fi'Ll yil 113.
for the following Mi largest Wall Paper;
Hobbs A Co., Nevins & Havlland, New
Art papers. Prices from 10 to 30 per cent
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
The Nint 1 Grade Graduation this
IntrreatUK F.xerrlsea at Harper')
dent Thomas' Address.
The annual commencement exercises
the ninth grades of the Rock Island
schools were held at Harper's theatre this
afternoon i t 2:30. The stage was beau
tifully arranged, the national colors being
visible eveiy where and neatly interwoven
with the flowers of nature. The floral
gifts of tie graduates were arranged in
the form of a bank about the edge of the
stage. President Thomas, of the board
of education, presided. The graduates,
whose names appeared in yesterday's
Akgus, had seats in a pyramidal form on
the stage. The programme of exercises
March, Kate Studer; prayer. Rev Kerr;
chorus "(kd is Ever Good" school;
recitation Make the Best of Everything
Mamie Erhhorn; trio Vacation Song
school; piano duet, Hattie Tre
men and May Walker; recitation,
The Risinr ot '76, Fred Green; trio;
recitation. Hide of Jennie McNeal, Blanch
Warren; violin, piano and Ante, Alfred
Bear. Oscar Schmidt, Tully White, Sam
Darrow, Will Totten; calisthenics: re
citation. Unappreciated Efforts, May
acDindier; trio; recitation, Patriotism,
the Great School Lesson. Clarence
Spaulding; chorus, My Native Land,
Following this came the presentation
of certificates of promotion by Mr. T. H.
Thomas, president of the board of educa
tion, who f poke as follows:
Pupils of the Ninth Grade:
In behalf of the board of education I
congratulate you in having completed the
course of study prescribed for the ninth
grade, which entitles you to certificates
of promotion to the Rock Island High
school. Before presenting these certifi
cates to you, I desire as a business man to
call your attention particularly to our ex
cellent high school and to impress upon
your mindii with all the force I can com-
mand. the great advantages to be derived
from a higher education; and I believe
that any one of you who has the oppor
tunity to eater our high school and does
not, embrace jt, will regret it when too
Recently some of the ablest, self-made
business n en of our country have been
giving careful thought to this subject:
Is higher education a benefit or a detri
ment to the youth of our country?" This
question ras been discufsed thoroughly
y such sole men as Carnegie, Depew,
Law, Hew tt and others. Mr. Carnegie
says in an article entitled. "How to Make
a Fortune A graduate has not the
slightest chance, entering at twenty.
against tl e boy who swept the office
or who liegins as shipping clerk at
fourteen. To refute this idea a large
number f s lf-made business men
have sprung to the defence of
higher education, and certainly the
we ht ol experience and evidence is
againxt his views. Mr. Depew says:
My observation loves me to direct the
contrary opinion. I never met a self
mne mar , who nut not believe he had
been handicapped, no matter how great
his Success, by deficienry in education."
Mr. Hewett says: "If vou sfk.my opin
ion upon the value of an education.
Quote me as Baying, if I were offered a
fortune without education, or education
without a fortune, I should unhesitat
ingly accept the education." Mr. Colby
says: "I admit that a man may succeed
in banking or huniorss without educa
tion, but I earnestly bslieve that if two
men of equal ability start together in the
race, one an educated mm and the other
without art education, the educated man
will win every time in the long run." Mr.
Ives says: "That a man of ability edu
cated is brtter, no matter where he may
be placed, than a man of ability unedu
In conclusion I hope the opinions of
these able men as to the great value of
education will induce eyeryone of you
who can to enter our high school. I
now have 'he pleasure of presenting to
you your certificates of promotion.
The littls people all discharged their
parts well, and especial credit should
also be givan Mrs. Darrow for the pains
taken in ti e training of the instrumental
A JUNE BLOW
A Fnrlona Wind dtnNtna !tlarh Din-
ace tm ITreea and BnlldlngM Itnata
lltiKsin.r the Mhore.
.We havo been getting today the frag
ments of the ominous wind clouds
that passed over the city last night
and threatened us with destruction.
It is apparent that a cyclone has
been scattered before reaching the
aarih as the wind which has been
blowing through our whiskers at the rate
of fifty miles an hour today at intervals,
if coming in one solid blast would surely
have annihilated us. Great trees in
Court House and Spencer squares and all
over the city have been blown down.
buildings shaken, windows broken
and vaiious damages done. The
tin roof on McCabe's building was ripped
up like so much pasteboard, and but for
the heroic work of James Thompson in
binding it down, it would no doubt have
done great barm, for it threatened to fall
into the e red.
The river has been worse than squally.
It has been on a perfect rampage all day.
The pacl et Mary Morton, the Verne
Swain, and even the ferry have been hug
ging the bank, fearing to go out
on the hit h seas. The excursion to While
Sulphur 'vas necessarily abandoned. A
barge belonging to the C. J. Caff re y got
away below the city, and was blowa up
stream four blocks and across to the Iowa
shore, an 1 the wind was so high the Caf
frey did t ot care to go after it.
The indications are that there are to be
more stems before an entire cessation.
Mr. Fied Weyerhauser has instructed
Com miss oner Jackson, of Spencer
square, tn purchase something ornamen
tal for the square to conform to the foun
tain, and Mr. Jackson leaves for Chicago
in a few days to select a design. -Com
misaioner Jackson has let a contract for
the ceme it walk in the center. It will be
of black and white blocks alternating
and willi the words "Spencer Square,
r Weather .Forecast.
TJ. 8. SiaKAL Orrics, I
Washington. D. C J ana & l
For the next 24 hours: Storms all
over the country.
AT THE ALTAR.
A Brilliant Wedding at the Merman
leather an Chnren---.Mr. Herman
Hanscen and Miss Mamie C.
Io the German Lutheran church last
night occurred the marriage of Mamie
C, daughter of Aid. William F.
Schroeder, to Herman G , eldest son of
Mr. Chas. Hansgen. The church was
packed and many were unable to gain en
trance to the edifice.' The Misses Emma
Schroeder. (sister to bride), Amelia Hans
gen and Annie Steinhaaer acted as brides
maids, and Messrs. Charles Buncher,
Fred Schuck and Fred Copp as grooms
men. At 8 p. m. the bridal party proceeded
to the altar where Rev. C. A. Mennicke
pronounced them man and wife. It was
an impressive scene. The bride wore a
cream colored mohair dress, bridal
veil and carried a bouquet of white
roses. The bridesmaids were dressed
very becomingly. Emma Ehrhorn and
Emma Greve acted as pretty flower girls.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Hansgen and their relatives re
paired to Alderman Schroeder's residence
on Elm street where the wedding supper
was spread and a reception followed.
Afterward there was a season of music
lasting into the morning hours. It was
the one regret of Aid. and Mrs. Schroeder
that their house room was such that they
were obliged to limit their invitations to
relatives. Among the visitors were Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Schroeder, of Stillwater,
Minn., and Mr. Q. II a p pel, of Cedar
The following are some of the presents
Silver tea set. Miss II. Browner. Miss
A. Steinhauer. Mr. F. Schuck. Mr. H.
Simmons; silver castor, Fred Eckerman
and August Borchelt; set silver
tea spoons, Mr and Mrs John Muel
ler, F. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs.
Griess, Mr. and Mrs. C. Schneider;
set silver table spoons, Mr. and Mrs. John
Bleuer; set silver knives and forks,
Mr. and Mrs C Shillinger; fruit spoon,
Mr. and Mrs. John Schroeder, Stillwater,
Minn ; silver salt and pepper bottles, Mr.
and Mrs. Griess; silver butter knife, sil
ver sugar shells. Mr. and Mrs. C. Schneis
der; one fruit set, Mrs. Chas. Buncher
and son: three oak rockers, (plush). Mr.
and Mrs, C. Engle, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Schoessei, Wm. Gansert; patent
rocker, Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman, Gene
8o; 111.; bed room set (oak), bride's
parents; dome lamp, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Shillinger. Iowa; chan.ber set, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Cramer; china tea set, Mrs.
E. Beck; water set, Fred Snitrzer: set
dining room chairs, Mr. and Mrs. L H.
Frink: center table, (oak), Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Bleuer; toilet set, Mr. and Mrs. E L
Selle; willow rocker. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Applequist; one set of lace curtains, Mr.
G. Happe); ?25 in gold, Mr. C. Baum
gartner; three carpets, groom's par
ents; sugar she'l. Miss Crawford;
chenile table cover, Mr. and Mm. J.
Scboessel; dozen tumblers, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Bruett; table scarfs, linens, etc . stove
and cooking utensils, groom's parents.
Among the presents also was a hand
painted placqae presented by Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Small, of L Angeles, Cl.
The plarque ts quite a novelty, being a
cross section, half an inch thick of an or
ange tree. Upon this section oranges,
blossoms, leaves and stem are painted.
The easel is made of orange twigs, all
Mr. and Mrs. Hansgen will make their
home above Hansgen's grocery, on Twen
tieth street, and will be at borne to friends
and visitors after June 10th.
The alarm of tire at one o'clock this
afternoon, which in the face of the furi
ous wind filled all who heard it with the
gravest apprehension, was caused by the
discovery of flames in the roof of a kitch
en attached to a house, at 500 Fifteenth
street, occupied by Andrew Boehler. The
fire was subdued with a loss of not over
$20; the cause was a defective flue.
After the fire was out the always willing
kid made the bells on various hose bouses
rattle for half an hour. Such are the
privileges of the city bavin; a volunUar
It was fortunate that Joseph Myers, a
fireman, was passing Mr. Andrew Boeh
ler's house when the fire was discovered.
He cut a bole in the roof, poured in the
water, while the ladies of the neighbor
hood acted as bucket brigade.
Pel Ire Point.
The police were called to the house of
a citizen on Second avenue, east of Eigh
teenth street this morning to affect an ar
rest for wife beating, but the latter re
fusing to swear out a warrant no arrest
Two Molinc bloods were caught on the
outskirts of the city under compromising
circumstances about 4 o'clock this morn
ing by Officer Schaab and escorted to the
station. This morning they were fined
5 and costs, and put np their watch for
security. The financial standing of their
families is such that the watch ought to
be redeemed, though when caught they
had "blown themselves" to such an ex
tent that they had little on their ba:ks
beyond their linen.
The river is rising rapidly.
The Mary Morton came up. '
The Reindeer and Louisville passed up.
The Sidney went north during the
The stage of the water at noon was
7:50; temperature, 82.
The bridge travel yesterday amounted
to: foot, north 481, south 508, total 089;
teams, north 545, south- 541, total 1080
The boats down today were the C. W.
Cowles, J. K. Graves, Bull water and C
J. Caffrey each with sixteen strings of
logs, the Julia with eight string of lum
ber, the aalitte and Verne Swain.
A large number of people from this
city attended the rendition of the orato
rioof the Messiah at Knowles hall Mo
line, last evening by the Oratorio society
of Augustan a college. It was a grand
musical treat. This afternoon an excur
sion had been planned to White Sulphur
on the steamer Golden Gale, but the
wind prevented, and this evening occurs
Prof. Stolpe's grand concert at Jubilee
hall by the conservatory of musec and the
This morning the commencement exer
cises were held at the college from 10 un
til'noon. and were very fine.
THE A. 0. fl. ADJOURN.
Concluding Session of the State
Oflleerft for Twt Yeara F.leeted, Kese-
latlans Adapted, and the Xext Place
The biennial convention of the A. O.
H., of Illinois, had its concluding ses
sion at the Schnell club rooms last even-
frog, and after adjournment participated
in a ball given by the Davenport branch
of the society. The meetings here were
all secret, but the members report the
proceedings to have been of the most har
monious and gratifying nature. Numer
ous changes were made in the by laws
to conform to the national organization.
Officers were elected for two years as
State delegate Lawrence Henley, of
State Secretary J. F. Brennan. of
8tate Tieasurer Alexander Vaughey,
The committee on resolutions, through
John T. Donahue, of Jolict, chairman.
reported the following which were unan
WnERKAS, We find from the proceed
ings of the national convention that our
order bas numerically and financially in
creased throughout the states and terri
tories of the Union; and
Whereas, We recognize this result
has been accomplished by the untiring
zeal of our our officers.
Resolved, That this convention tender
to our officers its thanks for the efficient
manner in which tbey have performed
their respective duties.
Whereas, This organization has al
ways supported the people of Ireland in
their patriotic efforts to attain their God-
given rights to make their own laws on
their own soil without interference or
Resolved, That this organization extend
to the Irish people our unqualified sup
port, and that we renew and continue our
pledge to support the people of Ireland
financially and otherwise until thev shall
gain the God-given rights of absolute in
dependence. Jietolved, That we tender to the Cath
olic hierarchy in this state our grateful
thanks for the manv good words of ad
vice and encouragement, and pray their
continued advice and encouragement ss
to further us in carrying out the princi
ples of our organization.
Resolved, That wa favor a united or
ganization, and are ready and will
ing to negotiate with our dis
senting brethren; and to that end
we do hereby authorize our state
officers to use all honorable efforts
and make every reasonable concession to
bring about united organization so that
the principles of our order may be further
extended and dissension be a thing of the
Resolved. That our unqualified thanks
are due, and are hereby extended Rev.
r atber Macktn, Kck Island, for the
words of advice and encouragement given
to ttie delegates to this convention.
Resolved, That we tender to our
brothers of Rock Island and Davenport
our grattful thanks for the generous
treatment we have received at their hands;
to the order of Daventtort we are espe
cially indebted, and their generous treat
ment shall be remembered by their Illi
nois brcihren. May they prosper in the
future as in the past.
Jrfjiolved, That the differences now ex
isting between the A. O. II. in Illinois be
left to the arbitration of Arch-Bishop
r eeban. of Chicago, Arch-Bishop Ireland.
of St. Paul, and Bishop Spaulding, of
Decatur was decided upon of the next
biennial convention, and the second
Tuesdsy in June, 1892, the date.
A flrstclass cook wanted at Haw
Geo. II. Robinson, former) with Xf
Yerbury, is in the city.
Mr. Adair Pleasants left for Ottawa at
noon on legal business.
Mr. and Mrs. Maver Rnaonflelrt li
returned from their visit to California.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sternhera nf
Minneapolis, are visiting relatives in the
Rev. T. W. Grafton will
Twenty-ninth street Christ, an rharw-1 at
7:45 this evening.
The Contracting firm nf rthlaroilor
Spilger dissolved partnership todav. Mr.
Spilger will carry on the business.
Dr. C. Bernhardt ban Wn norsnariait
by his English and German friends to an
nounce himself as a candidate for school
At the annual mnetinir nf iho Hifootnri
of the Rock Island road in Chicago yess
terday, Mr. R. R. Cable was reelected
UhaS. E. Leman had hia richt tlmmH
badly pinched while handling some slabs
(ft Bedford stone on Eighteenth street
Mrs. Jacob Ohlweiler. Jr.. and Mra
Henry Ifrell left for Aurora today
from whence tbey go to Chicago. They '
will be two weeks or more from home.
"Uncle" Jacob Ohlweiler.who haa hnon
confined to his house for three weeks, is
improviog nicely. His physician will al
low him out door exercise the first of next
The Milwaukee Is Still transferrin o at
Plum Creek, owing to the washout of the
pier mere, ana conductor Perrett is still
on this side of the creek and Conductor
Fuller on the other.
Geo. W. D. Harris, the real eatatA
agent, this week sold to Mrs. M. J. Mur
phy the Broderick property on Moline
avenue consisting of two houses. He
aiao soia io Bur. w. 1 Aster lor f 1.750
Mr. J. L. Adams' residence on Vine
The circuit court jury in the case of
Coyne against Clough for professional
services, rendered a verdict for the plain
tiff this morning for $2. The suit was
brought for f 200, and the defendant
practically confessed a debt of tl5.
Invitations have bacn received for the
marriage at St. John s church, Clinton,
Iowa, Wednesday evening, June 18, of
Mr. Elmer Ellsworth Abbott fiirmerlw nf
this city, aud Miss Sara Lucy, daughter
u jnr. ana nrs. unas. si. xoung. of
Clinton. Mr. and Mra. Abbott wilt be at
home at Clinton, July S.
The North American Savings, Loan
and Building ComDanv. of St. Paul
Minn., have organised a branch of their
company in this city with Mathias
Schnell, J. R. Johnston, Wm. McEnirv.
wr A n t a. n
' a raut, tt. a. uorcoran, U.J.
Young, S. B. Stoddard. Jr.. and C. G.
Gaver, directors. The directors have
selected Mathias Schnell. president: J.
R. Johnston, secretary; and Wm. Mo
Mr. Thomas Kerr, ot Milan, while
driving aronnd th mrnr nf TCiohtMnth
street and Second avenue yesterday after-
noon.was wrown unaer bis wsgon which
Was loaded With agricultural Imnlementa
and which ca paired in making the turn.
The load was scattered along the pave
ment, and Mr. Kerr dragged considerable
distance, but the horses were stopped
before any serious damage was done.
' Messrs. D. N. Richardson and M. L.
Marks, of Davenport, started for Wash
ington last night in the interests of the
Hennepin canal. Capt. T. J. Robinson
and Mr. A. C. Dart had expected to leave
this morning, but Mr. L. S. McCabe re
ceived a letter from Congressman Gest in
response to a telegram of inquiry as to
the situation, saying that there was no
immediate need of representatives from
Rock Island in Washington, and that the
Hennepin canal was not likely to come up
in the senate for several weeks yet.
The people of Dubuque county, Iowa,
who alone can sympathize with Rock Is
land in its venerable apology for a court
house, have parted company with us,
and voted to erect a new temple such as
will not be a mockery to justice and good
judgement, and henceforth Rock Island
county will be alone in the possession of
a structure such as is a reproach to pride
and disgrace to the community. It will
not be long, though, before Rock Island
county may have a happy day of ref
ormation in this regard.
The Northwestern Vn Ahead.
Jaxksvillk, Wis., June 5. The North
western Railway company took possession
of South River street at 4 o'elock yester
day afternoon with a force of 100 laborers,
and by 7 o'clock had completed laying a
side track into the heart of the city, thus
cutting off the St. Paul company, which
had Knitted the right of way on the samo
street to within four blocks of the same
Meeting of the Itnrk Island Koait.
CHtCAo, June 5. At the annual meet
ing of the stockholders of the Chicago and
Rock Island railway held in this city yes
terday, the old Ixuird of directors was re
elected. Mr. It. It. Cable was re-elected
as president. The net earned of the
company for the year ending March 31
were $1(53,!!H, an increase of tiTt,MT over
Incomplete Returns from Oregon.
Portland, Ore., June 5. Incomplete re
turns from all counties in the state give
Herman (Rep.) for congress S.977 majority,
and Pennoyer (Dem.j for governor 3,4J6
majority. It is thought these majorities
will be increased by the official counts.
A score of new imlictmentn for buying
vot-s are looked for at Lincoln, Ills.
David A. Furr and John James were found
guilty Wednesday of i he crime, and the
former sent to prison for six months and
disfranchised for ten years.
To Dog Owners.
Dog taxes for the season of 1890 are
now due, and a'.l owners of dogs are here
by notified to provide themselves with
checks, which may be bad either at the
mart-hat's office or of any member of the
police force. Thil miller.
The painters and paper hangers are re
quested to meet at the Taylor bouse on
Friday evening, June 6, on important
nood's Sarsaparilla has the largest sale
of any medicine before the public. Any
honest druggist will confirm this state
ment. Step in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Evangelist: Friend, are your lines cast
in pleasant placesf Poet (sadly): No;
in the waste basket mostly.
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
Whitman's butter enps and marsh-mallows
put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Krell & Math's.
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire of
Schaab & Wolters.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTCRK
nPctnr ttrd. Twine, Sails
and Hooks at lowest prioss.
Call and sec
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Bock Island Hons.
W SUVf 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 annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boosts S and t Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart.
BOCK I8LASD, IL.U,
ill) r ,(i
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 10c a yard.
Lawn tennis suitings, plaids and
Satines, large variety, 10c a yard.
Hock 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.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
EgTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at $ 00 given away to each customer bujing $33.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let us show you the book and
explain how you can get It free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORK, 1818 Second Avenn.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE;
SMS Fifth Avenue.
Splendid assortment Embroideries
including full with skirtings beginning
at 49c a yard.
Black fish net lace, foil width 25o
New assortment sun andlrain just
Gloria gold head, 98c'
Better ones, too.
Black satin skirts 98c.
We will bo pleased to have you
look through our stock whether yon
purchase or not.
largest ground floor
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
atone 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
Ckockxry and China,
1609 Second Avenue.
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