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,ANPK1BBED JERSEY VESTS.-
V quote for this week 25 dozen
La.lK' Jersey ribbed vests at 4c each.
' one lot splendid good qnality La-(lit.s-
Jersey ribbed vests, with fancy
eolor.'d trimmings, at 10c-
One lot extra fine Ladies' Jersey
ve?ts. Egyptian yarn silk flossing at
o;, worth 40c.
fhe best Egyptian yarn vests we
hmct ver seen at the price, only one
c:,se in this lot. 30 dozen, we sell them
as :t tiyer for 1 8c, 1 8o, 1 8o.
Genuine lisle thread vests, bleached
white, ko for this saletit 35c.
Several other new lines vests and
jvint-; with prices so low, that it seems
;iim. t incredible. Several bargains
in men's and children's underwear,
just plaeed on sale-
1000 pieces new RIBBONS just received on Saturday. Every color
..very width; all choice new goods just from one of the largest Ribbon facte-!
1 Pi1 1 trson. New Jersey, whichlwe picked up by chance at a bargain-
e shall not limit the quantity on anv width nr
"U. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenck.
Bargains in China Ware.
Tea and coffee cups, 3 t)les 8C each
Saucer ta mitch 3c
15in. oval dihe. isc
lltu. - 10c ..
13in. plates . (ic
4in. vance dioht-s 9c
8in. sauce or vegetable dishes.... 13o
"in. " ' 10c "
Eirgcnps Sc .
Bone dinhe. 8c
Thee gooda were (lightly damaged In shipping,
but would be barvains at one half more than we
aak for then.
4 piece e den sets 90c
Ttet ker's kitchen soap, per box 15c
Pure Irib linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match per pack ... lQc
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Nt it door to Oramptou'a Bookstore, (up stairs )
The putilic is c-.rdially tnvited to inspect our new Gallery, the fluent Wept of Chicago
without any exception. We have the only Camera in this vicinity large euoiigh to make life-j-iie
I'tioiou'rai.ti-i di ect. We have the only Gallery in this city which is firt-elaa in all Its
xpiKMiitiueiitH, in faet it contains more Instruments, Back Grounds, Photographic Furniture,
i t ., ibnn nil the other Galleries in this city combined. We have a reputation of the highest
order and alo the ability and determination to sustain it.
312, 314: Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive agents for the follnwint; sis lurzest Wall Ptijier
r'artorieH: I'.irxe 4. Son. Jneway & Co., Knliert S. Hoblw & Co., Nevius & Haviland, New
York Wall Paper Co., and Koberi (graves ft Co.
SKEi'L't. PKflAL.tl V hich includes all the Art papers. Prices from 10 to 80 per cent
below other dealeta.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.60 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ABLER,
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, '
Clearing sale on Men's socks.
One lot, 37 dozen, fancy stripe half
" "e sensational price of 3o per
A big job of clouded mixed half hose
sensation price 4o. Nice fine mixed
seamless one-half hose, 8c pair, re
duced from 12 l-2c.
A lot of colored fall regular made
"Siisa nati nose, broken line of sizes
reaucea from 25o to 8c a pair to close.
One lot of Men's half hose, color
blaok, full regular English goods, white
soies, aoc, down to 1 Be to close.
Other great bargains at 25c, re
duced irom ou and 62c.
Forty other bargains in half
broken sizes, which we close this week
at most sensational prices.
1703 Second Avenue.
. . . . . -
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm. .
Pill, and that all may try them
COMING TO IT.
A Paid Filfe Dpn.ntniPiit far Ruk
IT IS U STGHT AT LAST.
net My t'eanril Hrrs the Krressitv
M let.-rmloed to Pal It In The
Alitermr. rr It Hide Talk of I.at
it is coming at last! Rock Island is
to have a pail fire department, and last
night's Bessie n of the city council gave
assurances to the fact teat the present
municipal yet r will witness its inaugura
tion. The council appropriated $6,000
last night fot the fire department fund.
and would have rande it three timis that
amount had it been able to do so. but as
it is the aruot nt is nearly twice the B'lui
usually voted for fire department expen
ses, and the tldermen had no intention
of throwing t tie money awav on a volun
teer system ivhen they appropriated it.
In a word tho council is determined to
make permanent improvements in the
Are department as wells as in other wayp
that look to tie city's solid advancement.
The finance committee had fieured at $6,-
000 for the firo department. Aid. Cork
en, of the fire committee, asked for $18,
750. Thi, be said, was what the com
mittee had estimated as necessary
for the con nlete csfahliahmpnt of a
paid and reliable fire depnrlment. This
was to includ i an electric aUrin for the
fire department and police, the building
of a hose and hook and ladder house on
Flatiron squf.re, the equipment of two
companies of three men each with the
addition of a chiet, whose salary was to
be $80 per month. This would be a good
starter. Aid. Corken thought the city
could trade oil the propeity on which the
Rescue houst; is situated and mavhe
11 some city Jots and thereby acquire a
fund sufflciett to reduce the commit
tee's estimate of the appropriation nec
essary, very materially. He then made a
ound and earnest appeal in the interest
of a paid department Rock Island, he
said, had retched that point in its ad
vancement wlien it was brought face to
face with tho necessity of a paid fire de
partment if it would continue to main
tain its reputation as a progressing city.
It must have better fire protection facili
ties; there wss no pelting around it. and
he was anxious to have the expression of
every member of the council on this sub
ject. The present Recue and Wideawake
houses were a disgrace to the city, and
yet it would not he good judgment to fix
them for the mere maintenance of a vol
unteer department. Rock Island t-hould
have had an alarm system three years
ago. Cities all over the northwest, not
a third as large as Hock Itdicd, had pro
vided tberaiielves with this advantage
years ago. and it was a retitction that
he city could not stand to continue lon
ger so lamtntably deficient iu this res
pect We should put in the alarm sys
tem at once, at any rate, and mae other
advancements just as far as possible.
Aid. Scbrfeder was afraid the finances
would not allow the appropriation Aid.
Corken aske 1 for. lie could not see, as
-.hairman of the finance committee, bow
it would be possible to give the fire de
partment mire than ffi.tKK), which was
more than h td ever been set aside for that
Aid. Lark n made a stirring speech in
behalf of the paid Ore department, and in
support of A Id. Uorken's position. This
was a subjet t that ought to command the
most serious attention of the council at
this time. Other funds onebt to be cut
f necessary in order that fire department
mprovemec Is be provided. Our fire de
partment wi way behind the aee and a
subject of r dicule on the part of strang
ers in tne cr y. olur.teer hremen were
no benefit to a town the size of Rock Isl
and. The firemen were all right they
did the best they could and should be
praised for their efforts, but the system
was a mo icy losing investment to tbe
city. The volunteer department is al
ways without system or proper control
and what is everybody's business is no
body's husir ess. Rock Island had reached
that stage v hen it must replace its volun
teers with aid firemen.
Aid. Bunoher was tor a paid fire de
partment, t ut the city must keep within
tbe limits of its finances. He was wil
ling to go ii far as the city could possi
bly in the direction of a paid department.
Al l. Elailel thought our present volun
teer system was belter than it bad been
now that h irsea baa been introduced, but
an alarm system was necessary. It should
be put in tliis year at any rate.
Now came the surprise of the evening.
Aid. B. F. Knox has always had a tender
feeling for the volunteers. It is natural
that he should have. His late father was
one of the pioneer chief engineers of the
volunteer department and tbe alderman
was cradled on the hose cart almost. His
earliest and fondest associations were
with his f tther in tbe good old days of
the volunteer fireman. He was brought
up in lh! fire department. II finally
rose to cUef engineer of the volunteers
himself, tnd Rock Inland never had a
more efficient and capable chief than
Frank Enox proved to be. It was not to
be wondered at that Mr. Knox should
feel kindly toward the volunteer even
to the ex ent of fighting for him and
should regret to witness tbe approach of
the time vhen tbe red shirt and the hand
cart should disappear; but Mr. Enox had
learned b j his experience and observas
tiona that the day had come when Rock
Island must look to something more
modern Ujan the volunteer, and he was
willing therefore that sentiment should
wive wav .o common sense. His remarks
last evening were well weighed, and for
I have teen a volunteer fireman in
this city f eventeen years," said Mr. Enox.
"I am or e who all that time has stood
firmly by the old department, but now I
am one ho is ready to quit it. inis is
a matter, gentlemen, in which you can
not and i hould not discriminate. If you
establish one paid company and expect to
continue the others as volunteers, jou
ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 17,
will find that in a short time all your
companies will be gone but one, and
that one will be tbe paid company.
And here I wish to say that that one
paid company will be worth all your
volunteers. The volunteers are played
out: you can't depend on them; if you
do you will have your whole town
burned up one of these days. We
have no paid department. Give us one
good company and an alarm and you will
find yourselves better off than with seven
volunteer companies. I tay therefore,
don't attempt to maintain a part f the
volunteers and incur that expense; they
will not Btay long after a paid company
is established, and the sooner you let
them quit the better for the town."
Aid. Corken then made a motion that
the fire department appropriation be $18,
700 instead of $6,000, and Aid. Larkin
promptly seconded the motion. This
was defeated by a two-thirds vote. "Give
us $10,000, then," said Aid. Corken. and
a motion to that effect was also defeated.
Aid. Buncher took occasion to remark
that he was in full sympathy with the
paid department idea, and that he real
ized that something had got td be done
this year, but nothing better could be
done under the head of appropriations.
"That is my fix." said Aid. Schroeder.
"If we could see our way to doing it, I
would "be for giving twice $18,000 for a
paid department. However, we will ar
rive at some plan in some other way per
haps." As it was. Aid. Corken and the other
friends of the paid department did not
feel discouraged. In fact they were sat
infied that the way had been opened to a
paid department and that they would not
cease until it was obtained. The amount
of the appropriation was larger than ever
before, and they propose to preserve and
protect it for that purpose only.
The plan most generally agreed upon,
and one that is likely to receive the sup
port of tbe entire council, is to seli the
Rescue lot and what other city lots can
be disposed of for enough to start the
paid department and get so much of the
equipment and apparatus as is necessary
on time payments, thus reserving the
$6,000 for actual running expenses. The
council is determined to erect the build
ing on Flatiron square sufficient for the
hook and ladder truck, a hose cart and
perhaps the police patrol wagon, and to
put in an alarm this season, and the An
nus is confident the t-o. moment will tie
put ihere, too. , The position taken by
many of the aldermen that if the paid
department is coming, all money expend
ed hencefortb on the volunteers, is wast
ed, is thoroughly sound.
EIGHT HOURS FOR THE WATERWORKS.
Aid. Evans succeeded in securing an
appropriation of $11,000 for tbe water
works department which is $1,000 more
than was estimated, the purpose being to
put in an additional crew and reduce the
hours of work from twelve to eight. This
will necessitate an additional engineer
and fireman. The council was in thor
ough accord with the proposition, the
only hjsitancy on the part of some of the
aldermen being prompted by a desire to
curtail on all funds as much as possible
in order that the fire department misbl
receive all the money available.
A BAD BREAK.
Aid. Hettcr distinguished himself by
making about as bad a break as an alder
man is generally guilty of, and it is
probable that he made it more in an aim
tobefunnv than to be sincere. When
the aldermen were scratching their heads
and puzzling their brains with the finan
cial problem. netter rose and
asked of the amount appropriated
for Spencer square, how much
had been spent. The mayor replied that
thad about all been expended. "It is
a good thing it has." was Better's self
important reply, tbe intimation being
that the square would not fare so well.
naa tne money not been already put
out. The expression was an exhibition of
exceedingly bad taste as well as a display
of egotism, for if not one penny of tbe
appropriation for the square had been
paid out, there is not an alderman in the
council, unless it be Hetter, who is not
proud of the work that has been accom
plished there and who begrudges any
thing that has been spent there. Spen
cer square is, as it may well be.the pride
of the council as well as of all our citi
zens, and our best citizens have shown
their appreciation of the council's eood
work there in liberal donations toward
beautifying the park, for which the al
dermen by their good judgment laid the
Tbe temperature at noon today was 73
The J. K. Graves came from down riv
The Jack Frost went north with three
barges for ice.
The famine came down with seven
stiings of lumber.
The A. J. Whitney came down and re
turned up stream.
The Abner Gile brought down four
strings of logs and four of lumber. -
Tbe Mountain Belle and J. E. Graves
each came down with sixteen strings of
The White Eagle brought the M. E.
Sunday school of Muscatine up on an ex
The river is rising rapidly, and is high
er now than it has been since tbe high
water of two years ago. Yesterday noon
the stage of the water was 9:20; at 6 last
night it was 10:20 and at noon today
10:45. The water is threatening to back
up into the slough in tho lower end of
town and the lower pumping station
was started last night to keep the sewers
open, me upper ena or the county in
flooded. The water in Rock river began
rising immediately after Friday night'i
big storm, and climbed up tbe banks at
the remarkable rate of two inches per
hour, and yesterday the river crossed tbe
entire lowlands in the vicinity of Hills
dale, destroying thousands of dollars'
worth of growing crops and submerging
about 5,000 or 6,000 acres of land.
Don't forget the strawberry and ice
cream festival in connection with the
parlor musicals at Mrs. Milton Jones' at
the old Davenport mansion next lours
Mr. Charles Stow, editor and gcneial
press agent of Barnum & Bailey's great
est show on earth, lent the glow of bis
presence to tbe Argus sanctum for
short time today. He came in from Des
Moines on his way to Clinton, but mis
sing connections was compelled to so
journ in the city a few hours, lie says
there are worse places ia the world to be
"side-tracked" than Rock Island, how
ever, and while not yet decided upon the
exact date, assures us that the mammoth
organization which he represents will
irely be here this summer. Next
to the show itself, it affords us pleasure
to meet Bro. Stow. He possesses a fund
of information and good humor that har
monize with his profession. He will be
here again in time to let the people know
in advance of tbe new wonders that Bar
num & Bailey will bring this year.
At St. Mary's church at 9 o'clock this
morning Rev. Father Rimmells united
in marriige Mr. Gus R. Englin and Bliss
Mary Free. The happy couple were at.
tended by Mr. T. F. La Velle and Miss
Anna Anthony. There was a large as
semblage of friends present. After the
ceremony the bridal party proceeded to
the home of tbe bride on Twelfth street,
south of Seventh avenue, where a wed
ding breakfast was served, and Mr. and
Mrs. Englin received a brilliant array of
handsome and useful wedding gifts.
Tbe groom is the popular young mer
chant tailor, and is one of our prosperous
and rising young business men, while his
bride ie a daughter of Mr and Mrs. Theo
dore Free, and a young lady who has al
ways been much admired in the city.
Mrs. Nicholas May, of Burlington,
Wis , was a guest at tbe weddine.
Th l aknawn Hufeldr.
Coroner Hawes' inquest was unable to
develop anything as to the identity of the
man who suicided in the woods on Twen
tieth street near Ninth avenue yesterday
afternoon. The bodv was found bv Wm.
Kiskadden, who Was passing through
the woods, and who notified the police.
Wm. Langhinrichs, a milkman, while
working in a field adjoining, heard a pis
tol shot about 11 o'clock in the morning,
and the man appeared to have been dead
about that long. This was all the evi
dence the corouer could obtain, and a
verdict was rendered that the deceased
came to his death "bv a pistol shot wound
inflicted by his own hand, the weapon
being a 82 calibre revolver, placed in bis
The annual meeting of the Rock Island
High School Alumni association was held
in the assembly room at the High school
building last evening and officers for tbe
ensuing year elected as follows:.
President Frank D Tavlor. class of
Vice President Miss Maria Simmons.
class of '83.
Secretary Miss Charlotte Custer, class
Treasurer Ralph Haverstick. class of
Executive Committee Paul Hamilton.
class of '78: Cbas. Reimers. class of '90:
Misb Nellie K. Birch, class of '89: Miss
Lulu Carlton, clais of 79; Miss Lulu
Churchill, class of '80.
Harry Brown and Mrs. Swan got into
a heated debate on the virtues of the to
tal abstinence pledge on Twenty second
street near Fourth avenue last evening
and Officer Boland took them to the sta
tion and ended the discussion. This
morning Magistrate Wivill imposed a fine
of $3 and costs on each.
Geo. Hillier and Jack Bradshaw were
each held in bonds of $200 last evening
for larceny, and Boehme, Young and
Lettig, Vpeir companions in the Wide
awake hose bouse spree, were this morn
Buy the Leonard refrigerator.
B. T. Cable returned from Chicago this
Tbe ladies of the TJ. P. church are ar
ranging for a sociable on Friday evening
That obnoxious electric light tower at
Mitchell & Lynde's corner is down at
Mrs. Joseph Gaskeil, of Minneapolis,
is visiting her parents. Dr. and Mrs
W. C. Butterworlh. of the Rock ford
Construction company, arrived at the
Harper this morning.
There's solid comfort this hot weather
if you have a Leonard cleanable re
frigerator. Sold by David Don.
Cheap loans by the Rock Island Build
ing association this evening. The thirty
thiid series is now open for investors.
Louis Eckbart, of Canton, spent yester
day and Sunday in the city, returning
borne last evening; Mr. Eckhart is doing
a good business at Canton.
Park Commissioner Wm. Jackson went
to Chicago last evening to make bis pur
chases for Spencer square. Before his
departure Hon: . - W. Hurst told him to
select a suitable ornament for him..
Mr. Theodore Free has tbe foundation
in for a handsome two-story frame store
and residence building at the corner of
Twelfth street and Seventh avenue. Con'
tractor Bleuer baa charge of the work.
Tbe first annual commencement of tbe
Reynolds public school will be held in
the Reynolds rink Friday evening, June
27. The following class will graduate:
Ray O. Garretson, Frank L Kreps.Thad.
J. Ash. Mary M. Stuart, S. W. Mummy
is principal. Uood music will be in at
tendance. Mr. J. V. Bailey, a traveling salesman
for Van Patten & Marks, of Davenport.
and whose home Is at Cordova, was pret
ty badly battered up in a runaway acci
dent at Viola, III., yesterday, sustaining
severe bruises about tbe head, back and
abdomen. He came in on tbe 10:30
train on the Q. this morning and remained
at tbe Harper until afternoon when he
took the C , M. & St. P. for home.
H. S. Cable, son of R. R. Cable, presi
dent Af theC , R. L & P.. has resigned
his position as division clerk in the office
of Bupt. Lawrence at Colorado Springs,
of the Rock Island, to aCcept the man-.
agement oi the l ike feak railway. Mr,
Cable commenced at the bottom of tbe
ladder and has orked his way up. . His
promotion to the important post of man
ager is well deserved, and meet with the
hearty approval of air who know him
Frank Maas, tbe well known Daven
port liveryman, ia loud in his praise of
Sheriff Silvis. On Friday morning, as
stated Saturday, a stranger drove away
with a horse and, buggy and forgot to
return it. Mr. Maas informed the sheriff
about it at 10:30 yesterday forenoon. An
hour later Sheriff Sims had run down
the harness in Susenmiehl's second hand
store, and this morning he found the
buggy in an alley. It is safe to say that
before many hours have gone by the thief
will be in jail. This is quick work in
returning stolen property, but Sheriff
Silvia is doing it right along.
Weather Far-era t.
U. H. Pigwal Omr
Washington. 1.C, June
For the next 24 hours: Local showers;
Keep Tour House Cool.
Gas stoves as the price of gas is re
duced to $1 50. and prospects of it being
the coming fuel, parties contemplating
using gas should examine the Quick Meal
gas stove with the gas saver attachment
Its a dead lock on help using gas when it
is not needed to cook with. Call and
see it at David Don's.
Either on Seventeenth street between
Second avenue and the steamboat landing
or on Second avenue between Seven
teenth and Twentieth streets, a black
Russia, leather pocketbook containing
$34 75. Tbe finder will please leave at
Argub office and receive reward.
In the restaurant "Here, waiter, here
is a quarter for you. And just tell me
now what you can conscientiously rec
ommend to me." Waiter "Thanks.
ir you want anything good, sir, gotol
oimc UlUCI ICPiaillBUl.
of system Washerwoman:
mum, 1 ve brought home your
wash." Patron: "Well, take it to some
one else, an. I leave me someone else's
wash. I think if you will manage that
way I'll get more of my things."
That tired feeling now so often heard
of, is entirely overcome by nood's Sar
saparilla, which gives mental and bodily
Chas. E. Hodgson insures agams. fire.
liehlning. windstorms and tornadoes.
Rates as low as consistent with the risk.
Step in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor add try a dihh of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
Whitman's butter cups and marsh mat-
lows put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Krell os Math s.
Trinity Improvement guild will have a
sociable at Mrs. Milton Jones next
A handsome complexion is one of tbe
greatest charms a woman can possess.
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder gives it.
Mclntire Bro. Rftre a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
wintergreen, maple and lemon
xtra fine and fresh at Krell &
is more of a stranger than fic-
C A. Stikl, - Manager.
One Solid Wet-k, commcucing
MONDAY, JUNE 23rd.
Stanflard Theatre Co.,
Openlne in the Fmo Sonlhm Comedy
Drama in 5 Acts, entitled
Chance of Tiny Nightly.
A TlnMe preont eiven wv ererr nl"ht- and
on SHinnlav nicht we will give away a UOOU
KKEMt M 11X11 COW.
Prices only 10 and 20c No Higher.
Rewrvcd reals for sale at usual place.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM ASD PICTURE
t"V Picture. Cord, Twine,
and Hook at kurepl prices.
Call and aee.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Bock Island Booaa.
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
' of tbe loan.
Intercut 7 ner cent emi annually, collected and
remitted free or caarge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK IBliASiD, ILL.,
,IJ) !(! '
Spring Styles now Ready.
May be yon are thinking of
Mclntire Bros, show a splendid as.
sortment in Satins, Gauze, Feather,
Ostrich, etc., etc..
Feather Fans, 15c.
Feather Fans, 25c1
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 in Marquise cloth
(similar to bastite) in pretty ombre ef
fects, fast colors at 124c
Who now own the
1 Furniture Establishment
"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.
DO NT FORGET THE PLACE.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREEN AWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Newest Styles in Hats,
Latest Styles in Ornaments,
Prettiest Styles in Trimmings,
Richest Styles in Novelties.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
Id&Tanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at 8 00 Riven away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let os show you tbe book and -explain
how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second A venae.
KLM STREET SHOE STORE
8939 Fifth Afcine. S
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 benefits
SUMMER BEIGES Greys, double
MOHAIRS Double fold, reduced
to 25c to close; colors gobelin, golden
green, 3blne, rseal
Challies, 4c a yard.
Challies, 5c ayaxd.
Rocli Island. Illinois.
largest ground floor
all ready to put on.
LARGE HATS, representing every Flower that
ever grew, largest assortment in the city.
Fine and Rough Straw, Trimmed and Un trimmed
a complete assortment.
Come and see the Styles we are offering.
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