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THE ROCK ISLAND AJRGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1890.
One lot of 38 inch Oriental Lace
which we place on sale Monday A.M.
One lot 40 inch lace flouncing, Egyp
tian pattern, elaborate designs, at 21
Either of the above lots worth from
3 to 4 times the prices named.
A lot of short length Oriental fllonn
ce;; and Oriental laces at one-third to
Ladies' silk embroidered shawls and
scurf 3 dozen fine silk embroidered
and fringed scarfs at 62c; were $1.50.'
One style at 75o, great value.
Four diff erent styles in every desira
able color at $ 1 00; were $ 1 .75; $ 1 .88,
and $2 00.
Two styles at $1.12; each away
brio w value.
Three styles at $ 1 .25 and two styles
at $ 1 50 each. These are the greatest
bargains in this class of goods we have
ever seen, and a similar opportunity
will not again occur.
They are the closing lots of a large
manufacturer which under the press of
circumstances we were enabled to buy
at less than half price.
' 7 "ici coi
1713. 1714. 1716.
Te and coffee caps, 8 stiles 2c each
Sancers to match 2c '
ISin. oval dishes isc "
llln. " ilie ..
Ylin. plates m- ..
4in. sniice dUhes ; 9C
Hin. sauce or vegetable dishes.... lac "
Tin. u " ' luc
Egg cups gc
Bone dit-hes 8c "
These goods were slightly damaged in shipping,
bat wonld be bargains at one half more than we
ask for them.
4 piece ga-den sets av
Pecker's kitchen soap, per box lSc
Pare Irish linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match, per pack lOc
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
OrPosiTE Habfer House.
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 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.
1 200 yards, assorted colors,
will close at 31 l-2o
1000 yards cambric remnants, all
colors. Monday morning at 9 o'clock
we lay them out at 1 l-2c a yard- Re
member at 9 o'clock sharp.
At same hour 500 yards remnants
plain color Drints at 1 l-2 vnrrt
At same time 350 yards silesla
wisi unings at 4 l-sjc a yard.
These are shnrt
lated remnants, and nnW nnnniiit.,
. . . - j -vo eta
mentioned above will be sold. Get in
ior me early selections.
About 700 manufacturers' samples
of aorons. not over a nr a. nf ,..
style, bought at S3 per cent below
price; tney will go in on same basis
33 ter cent off from malms.
We are beginning to trim our sails
ior sirone Dreezes. anil this wooir
be naming closing prices on several
nues ui gooas wnicn will strike the
average citizen as very interesting.
1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue.
1703 Second Avenue.
for the Celebrated
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
A SHOCKING FATE.
Four Children Drowned in the
River at Rapids City.
A. TERRIBLE SUNDAY CAM MITT.
Three Chile rrn from One Family, and
the Only On from Another, Meet
Watery TmbsPall Details ertite
IHrerul Calamity Uloem In the
I'Pper Knl of the Count j-
Special totue ruus:
BArios Cut. June 9 Yesterday af
ternoon about 4 o'clock Roy Yost, aged
nine years, i.nd son of John Yost, a far
mer. living 8 bout two miles south of Rap
id9Citj; Muggie Baker, aged ten years,
daughter of Geo. Baker, a resident, and
Lola, Alfred and Cbas. Sheib, aged nine,
seven and tlree years old, respectively,
and children of Jacob Shieb, the black
smith here, were playing around the
blacksmith shop together, their mother
having gone across the street to a neigh,
bor's with t ic baby, and Mr. Shieb had
gone into the country riding. Someone
of the children proposed a boat ride,
ani Koy lost says it was the
little Baker girl, the objective point be
ing the Mar d which is about sixty rods
from the sliore and a little above the
mill, connecting with the mill by a dam,
now all und. r water, owing to the pres
ent stage of water, and a very strong
current is running all along the shorn.
The children were seen by Agent Webb's
mother and wife to pass by their bouse,
which is t.cross the street from Mr.
Shieb's house, and they saw the little
Shieb g rl take the little boy to his
mother, but. he would not stay and ran
after ihcm. They had said nothing to
her of their intentions, and she thought
nothing wrong ot their davinp. Mr.
Webb's moiber spoke of going to see
where they had gone, and Mr. Webb's
wife went t the rear of their house which
is only about one hundred feet from the
river, and was horrified at seeing the
children in Mr. Shieb's boat, and the boat
GOING SWIFTLY DOWN THE RIVER.
The children were thoroughly alarmed
and tcreataing at the ton of their
voices, Mrs. Webb also began to
scream ard calltd for Mrs. Sheib
and other 3, but it was some time
before any one was at the scene, as
nearly all the men folks were awuy some
where or hi the church arranging for a
Children's Day service. Slie sw the
boat strike the shaft of an old mill wheel
and passit g undtr it throwing all the
Her cries hud attracted a near neighbor.
Mr. Newto ), and be ran down below the
n.illandsa the boat with Roy Yost
alone in it. One of the others, presuma
bly Alfred Sheib. was floating near the
boat, and I toy was calling to some one to
come and stve him. Frank Mitchell and
John Jacobs procured a boat and rescued
young xobi. from his perilous position,
TI1E REST HAD 8CNK AND WERE LOST.
The news tpread rapidly and in a very
short space of time a dozen boats were on
the scene f the accident dragging for the
bodies, ami in about two hours the body
of Lulu Shieb was found about sixty teet
from where she went down and was ten
derly carrii'd to the trebly stricken home,
where the mother lay prostrated by the
terrible shock. A short time after the
body of M icpie linker was recovered near
where the ursl one was found and taken
to her sorrowing parents. Early this
morning Hie body of little "Alf," a9 he
was familu.rl y called, was found and taken
home and only Charlie, the youngest of
them all, remains to be found.
The river being quite high now makes
a very strong current here at the rapids.
and Mr. Slieib, who always kept his boat
locked securely, is at a loss to know how
they got it unfastened. The oars were
kept overt ead in his shop and they must
have got something and knocked them
down from their place in the loft. The
children ot nearly all the people residing
along the river playnlonv the banks at
all times tliroueh the TV, but something
seemed to tell Mrs. Webb's folks that
SOMETHING WAS WRONG
or no one would have known of it per
haps for several hours until the children
would tie missed and a search would
show the boat gone, and then there would
he an uncertainty as to whether they had
floated down the river or where they had
gone. So it was very fortunate indeed
in their being seec at all. Maggie
Baker wes an only daughter, while of
four children Mr. and Mrs. Sbeib have
but one h ft a little baby girl about eight
or nine rronths old. It was a very sad
affair and should serve as a terrible warn
ing to others. There are at the mill two
places for water wheels of the old Kind
and it wai in the Bpace where the outer
one had been that the boat was swept un
der. The old shaft of the water wheel is
still there and is about six or eight inches
above the water, and the space is about
twenty feet wide. The water pours
through here with terrible velocity and
the boat in striking the shaft no doubt
did so wi h a shock that threw the chil
dren all out in the water, though young
Yost say he told them all to lie down, but
that Charlie, the youngest, fell out and
Lulu, the eldest girl, jumped after him to
save him and when she came up and
SCREAMED FOR HELP I
that Magie Baker jumped in to save her
and Alf. then jumped in, probably so
frightened that be did not know what he
wasdoin. Roy says he remembers go
ing dowc and when he came up it was
beside the boat which be caught witn one
hand anil then climbed in and commenced
calling to some oue of the others whom
he saw foatingnear him. It was the
most distressing and fatal accident that
has banrened here for a good many years.
There has been one or two children
drowned at the mill before but never so
many at one time, and never in a boat.
Station Agent Webb saw what after
ward proved to be Alvin Cox's body float
through the very same place the time he
was swept away on July 4, 1888, in Bar
ber's Creek. He was standing on tne
river bai.k back of his house and saw
what looked like a rubber coat float
through there, and immediately notified
the sean hers, and it proved to be his
body. Maggie Baker's parents were all
ready to move to Moline where the two
eldest boys are working in the shops.
The funerals will pronamy occur ai iu
a. m. tomorrow from the Catholic church
of which both families were members,
and if Charlie's body is not found in time
it will ba buried as soon as found. Cor
oner Ba wes is here to bold the inquest.
Tho a'strn of the water was 8:25 at
, Ulrf UkUV V-
The I'ilot and Verne Swain came down,
the latter with two barges.
The Thistle, Leclaire Belle, Helen
Schuler benr, Verne Swain and Pilot went
north, I he latter with two barges.
There will be no more circuit court un
til the third Tuesday in the month, and
the criminal business of the term is prac
tically over. Sheriff Silvia has taken two
prisoners to the penitentiary at Joliet
Witt, the horse thief, and Iae the forger.
In reference to the latter prisoner, the
sheriff is entitled to credit for his persis
tency and vigilance over the fine working
rascal until be was finally landed behind
the bars of the Illinois penitentiary, and
it is a question of doubt if the fellow
would have been punished for bis crime
in this state but for the stand taken by
the sheriff in the discharge of what he
believed to be bis sworn and responsible
The jury in the malpractice case against
Dr- S. C. Plummcr having failed to agree.
Judge Smith telegraphed from Qalesburg
this afternoon to discharge it.
C. P. church sapper.
See Mclntire Bros. adv.
C. P. church supper 25 cents.
Go to C P. C. supper tomorrow even
ing at Armory hall.
700 samples of aprons 33 per cent dis
count at McCabe Bros.
Peter Curnyn is home from Denver to
remain for a short time.
Lining remnants one quarter price as
they go at McCabe Bros.
Mclntire Bros, offejr special induce
merits this week. See adv.
Mr. C. F. Lynde has returned from a
visit to relatives at Keokuk.
Mr. and Mrs Albert Breecher, of 2635
Moline avenue, have anew daughter.
39 and 40 inch Oriental lace Bouncings
14 and 21 $c a yard while they last at
Help the ladies of the C. P. church by
Koine to their supper at Armor? hall
Jobs in ladies silk embroidered scarfs
beginning at 62c this week at McCabe
Bros. Immense bargains.
The artesian well folks commenced re
moving tbeir apparatus from Mitchell &
Lynde's premises this morning. .
The Rock Island High School Alumni
meeting will be held at the board of edu
cation rooms tomorrow night.
McCabe Bros, will close 1.200 Yards
China dress silks at 31 Jc per yard this
week, uood selection of colors.
Mr. George Bromley, a lone time resi
dence of the city, arrived from Des
Moines tlis morning for a two weeks'
Deputy Marshal C. J. Long and E. T.
Kane, both living on the Elm street
bluffs, rejoice in the arrival of boys in
Will iam Wilmerton, of Preemption, was
in the city today. Mr. Wilmerton is
largely interested in various Rock Island
The marriatrn of Rev. Fred Kroeeer. of
Brandywine, Va., and Miss Marie Men
nicke, daughter of Rtv. Munnicke, takes
place June 24.
The game between the Peoiia Sham
rocks and the Rock Islands resulted in a
victory for the Peorias yesterday bv a
score of 14 to 12.
Contractor Baker has iust completed
a neat little cottage for Aid. J. E. Larkin
on Forty-second street. Mr. Larkin will
move into it tomorrow.
Alderman James E. Larkin returned
from a visit to Chicago Saturday niuht.
Next to Rock Island Larkin thinks Cbi
CHgo is the grandest city in the state.
The Peak sisters will have their enter
tainment at Armory hall tomorrow even-.
ing instead of the Central Presbyterian
church as was stated iu Saturday's Argus.
Raible & Stengel have nothing to do
with the purchaan of the property near
their brewery by Gottlieb Hock last week.
Mr. Hock bought the property for his own
use and on his own responsibility entire
Notice to business men. The ladies of
the C. P. church desire your attendance
at Armory hall Tuesday evening from 6
to 8 o'clock. They serve a fine supper
for 25 cents.
Mertie Buck, daughter of E II. Buck.
fell out of a hammock while visitinc her
grandmother at Erie yesterday, and broke
her lert arm. Mrs. Buck went to Erie
last night and brought her little daugh
ter home. Dr. Cowden set the fracture
In St. Joseph's church yesterday morn
ing, Kev. Father Davis, of St. Mar
guerite's cathedral, Divenport, who is
officiating in the absence of Father
Thomas Mackin who is in Chicago, made
the first formal announcement of the mar
riage of Mr. L. C. Blanding and Miss
While painting on the ceiling in the
dome in Huber's brewery Saturday after
noon, Nicholas Werig, of 1425 Sixth ave
nue, met with a terrible accident a board
breaking and precipitating him thirty
five feet, bringing the small of his
back in such violent contact with a cop
per boiler below as to parahze his lower
extremeties. Dr Barth is attending him.
Yesterday was children's day in the
Central Presbyterian and Broadway
churches, and for the First M. E. church
in the rink. Interesting services were
held in each, in which the little folks took
part, acquitting themselves creditably.
Children's baptism occurred in the Cen
tral and at the rink.
An excursion train was run to Rock
Island yesterday over the R. I. & P. un
der the auspices of the Brotherhood of
Trainmen of Peoria, composed of conduc
tors and brakemen. There were eight
coaches in the train in charge of Conduc
tor Horn and pulled by locomotive 7,
Engineer Perry. The excursion party
included 485 people and arrived at 11:30
a. m. and departing for return at 7:3(1 p.
m, and reaching Peoria at 10:30. The
day was put in sight seeing in the vicin
ity. The affair was a complete success
For a graat many years the firm of
Carse & Ohlweiler have been the local
energetic agents for the famous Schlitz
Milwaukee beer, and so successfully has
the Rock .Island firm managed this
branch of the great brewing firm's busi
ness, that recently an order came from
Milwaukee to Carse & Ohlweiler to have
a wagon made here for use in delivering
the goods to the patrons throughout the
city. The order was placed in the hands
of Kurth os ocherer, and the vehicle
which was built under Mr. Ohlweiler's
direction, has made its appearance. It
is a thorough beauty painted a pleasant
red. It bears the trade mark of the
Schlitz company on the seat, and is so
artistic in its design and finish as to be
an attractive ornament to street traffic.
Attention Sir Knights. There will be
a regular conclave of Everts Commandery
No. 18, Kb. T. this evening at 7:30.
Work in the Order of the Temple. All
Sir Knights are courteously requested to
attend. By order
J. M. Montgomery, . C.
Attest: R. C. Willerton. Recorder
Baby carriages sold on easy payments,
at spot cash prices, every carriage guar
anteed at The Adams, 823 Brady street,
PUT A STOP TO IT.
Sheriff Silvia Interferes with the
. Proposed Prize Fight.
Melatire Larked Up la the Ceaaly
JTall, and wibsea Fleea ta lews
Avoid Arrest lrteratlaed tiad
The light-weight prize fight, which was
to have taken place yesterday between
J. W. Mclntyre, of Moline, and B:lly
Gibson, ot this city, did not come off. An
arm stronger than any pugilist has yet
possessed or will possets, interfered the
strong arm of the law wielded in this in
stance with authority by Sheriff Silvia.
Arrangements were - rapidly perfected all
pay Saturday by the friends of the prin
cipals for the bloody encounter, and Sat
urday night the programme had been
practically completed. It was that the
party was to leave on a boat during the
night for a point down the river where
the fight was to have occurred at 1
o'clock this morning. All seemed smooth
sailing until toward the middle of the
evening, when a carriage drove into the
city from Rock Island. Aid- W.
P. Tindall held the reins that guided
the vehicle of state, and in it were com
fortably seated Sheriff Silvis, Marshal
Miller, Deputy Marshal Long and Officers
Kramer atid Boland. A message had
come to the hheriff from Moline that
the party was preparing to start down
the river for the mill, and be resolved
that it should not occur if he could
.prevent it He accordingly proceeded
to Moline with the officers above
named. A conference was had with Mo
line officers, and Sheriff Silvis at once
authorized the making of the arrest of
both principals. Mclntyre was found in
"Billy" Johnson's saloon in Moline by
Ofllcer Starofsky, of the Moline force, and
given into custody of the sheriff, who
brought him to Rock Island and landed
him in the county jail. Gibson's friends,
as soon as they heard of Mclntyre's cap
ture, made plans to get their man out of
the way of the clutches of the law. He
was expected from Beloit, where he bad
been in training for the mill and was met
on the train and burned through to Dav
enport, ne is now on Iowa soil, but
officers are looking for him. He will be
arrested if found.
Thus was an event which promised to
be the most nota .le and exciting in the
annals of tri-cily sports promptly disposed
of, but those who have had charge of the
preliminaries declare that it will yet taste
place, and Mclntyre himself says it shall,
ne has got his forfeit money up and pro
poses to redeem it.
Chas. and Harry Brown and J. S. Ord
way were each fined $3 and costs for lte
ing drunk and disorderly.
Officer Brennan took the mad man
whom he arrested a week ago in the Fifth
ward to the poor farm this morning. "
Thomas Butchell, of Moline, was
bound over to the circuit court this after
ternoon in 400 bail for criminal assault
on two little girls.
A horse belonging to Frank Tindall, of
Milan, got away from the corner of Ninth
street and Ninth avenue last night and
was found later at Sears. It was thought
for a time the horse had been stolen.
Chas. Young, Geo. Lettig, Alfred
Bochme. Geo. Hillier and Jack Bradshaw
were arrested at the Wideawake hose
house at 4 o'clock Sunday morning in a
state of intoxication. They had in their
possession two beer kegs, one of which
they bad emptied, while they also bad a
dozen pies and a box of cakes, on which
they had been feasting. The officers took
the prisoners to the station and then
made an investigation as to where they
had gotten their bet r. cakes, etc They
have not yet located the malt extract.but
they found that the rear of Aster's bakery
bad been broken into and a dozen and a
half pies and a box of cakes taken. The
men were accordingly locked up in the
county jail and will be tried for burglary.
A For er ant.
As predicted by the Argus several
weeks ago, the republican nomination for
sheriff lies bet ween County Clerk Don
aldeon and Supervisor Peatsall, of Port
Byron. The others are mere figure-heads
in the fray. The candidacyof "Hank"
Harris is the most farcical part of the
whole contest. He thinks be is in the
race, but he is not. It is true be has a
few delegates, but they are for him only
conditionally and will go to Donaldson at
the first opportunity. Some of the Gest
contingent and the republican city ad
ministration would like to see him get the
nomination, but there is no teal senti
ment in his favor.
On the start it is palpably evident that
Luther Pearsall will receive the largest
number of votes. He will come down
with a solid delegation from "the
"upper end" at his back, and a
big slice of the remaining coun
try precincts. If he doesn't reach the
goal after the first few ballots, however,
Pearsall might as well hang his harp on
the willows. The city machine will then
be in smooth working order, and it will
guillotine Pearsall without any ceremony.
If Pearsall should capture the shiev
alty nomination, then it is a foregone
conclusion that Tuos. Campbell, of South
Rock Island, will be the candidate for
treasurer. He will go into the convent
tion with a majority of the delegates,
anyway, but his geographical location
may operate against him in case a Rock
Island man is nominated for sheriff.
Should Pearsall fail to get there, how
ever, the "upper end" will raise a howl
for P. F. Cox, of Coe, and it is very
likely that he will be given the treasur-
ship to placate that section. Like Har
ris in the shievalty race George Lambert
is a nonentity in the contest for treasurer.
He might as well put his boom (T) on
ice and keep it for four years at least.
The nomination for clerk, judge and su
perintendent of schools is conceded to
Col. Hjalmer Kobler, Judge Lucian
Adams and Prof. J. H. Southwell, re
The fight between the two Edgington
statesmen has resulted in a victory for
Hon. Bill" Crawford, as far ss the
country districts are concerned, but the
final result of the senatorial contest is
qnite problematical, to say the least. Ex
Mayor Carse is very likely to get the
nomination for representative.
TJ. 8. Siohal Orir, I
Washington, D. C, Jane 9.
For the next 24 hours: Slight idn
followed by fair weather.
Wolelejr Tired of Active life.
LONDON, June 9. Gen. Viscount Wolse
ley has declined to accept the chief com
mand of the British forces in India, which
was tendered to him as the successor of the
duke of Connaught, and has also resigned
his position as adjutant general of the
army, to take effect in July. In severicg
his connection with the active forces Gen,
Wolstley writes that he will always be at
the Bervice of his country in the capacity
of councillor or warrior.
The Caohier Wa Not Short.
Scspexsiox Bridge, N. Y., June 9.
James O'Hair, cashier of the Erie railroad
freight office, and whose sudden disappear
ance last Thursday gave rise to the report
that he was short in his accounts, has re
turned ami showed the affairs of his office
to be all right.
Ex-Preaident Cleveland was elected a
member of the Century club of New York
City last week. The Sun of Dana say
there were eight black balls, but as ope
third of the number voting is required
to reject a member Mr. Cleveland had
plenty to spare.
100 Ladies Wanted,
And 100 men to call on any druggist for
a free trial package of Lane's Family
Medicine, the great root and herb reme
dy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in
the Rocky mountains. For diseeses of
the blood, liver and kidneys it is a posi
tive cure. For constipation and clearing
up the complexion it does wonders. It
is the best spring medicine known.
Large size package 50 cen's. At all
All members of the Bricklayers' union
of the three cities are requested to meet
at Hiilier'8 hall. Rock Island, on Tuesday
evening, June 10. By order
Patrick Roonkv, Pres't.
Whitman's buttercups and marsh-mallows
put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Victor Meyer, a German scientist, is
confident that chemistry will yet enable
us to make bread out of wood. Will this
rais the price of board?
Ladies who value a refined complexion
must use Pozzoni's powder. It produces
soft and beautiful skin.
Refrigerators on monthly payments,
prices guaranteed, at The Adams, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
Sicp in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest and
pures', ice cream made.
Carpels, matting, oil cloths, on easy
payments at The Adam. 322 Brady
Mclntire Broj. have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Bookcases, writing desks, rare bar
gains at The Adams, 822 Brady street,
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
Visit the "Arcade" cigar store for a
good smoke, No. 1808 Second avenne.
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire of
Schaab & WolU rs.
For imported and Key West cigar3 go
to the "Arcade."
Try the nickel goods at the "Arcade."
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND riCTERE
tPictnre Cord, Twine, Kails
and Hooks at lowest prices.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Bock Island Boose.
Irt STJUe OF
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 Der cent semi annnallj. collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms t and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK I81.A5D, IX1,
ill) w (1
Spring Styles now Ready.
Are in. May be you are thinking of
Mclntire Bros- show a splendid as
sortment in Satins, Gauze, Feather,
Ostrich, etc., etc.
Feather Fans, 15c.
Feather Fans, 25c
Colors blue. Pink, cream. Scarlet.
Some pleasant surprises for you in
the way of low prices In other styles of
NEW WASH GOODS.
We place on sale Monday morning
new wash goods iu Marquise cloth
(similar to bastite) in pretty ombre ef
fects, fast colors at 12V4c
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.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
" 1: SsS
I"!;! BiBr!!! !i
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
JSTTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at 16 00 given away to each customer having f 25.00
worth of Boots and Bhoea. Call in and let us suow jou the book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8HOS STORE, 1818 Second Avenne
ELM STREET SHOE STORE! . -
similar to Scotch ginghams, fast colors,
handsome coloring at 1 0c, This Is be
low the regular price but welbought
them cheap and you get the benefit.
SUMMER BEIGES Greys, double
MOHAIRS-Double fold, reduced
to 25c to close; colors gobelin, golden
brown, tan, red, green, blue, seal
Challies, 4c a yard.
Challies, 5c a yard.
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
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
Ceockkkt and China,
1609 Second Avenue.