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Copper, Tin and
PLUMBING. GAS AND
And House Furnishing Goods.
?r Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Tea anl coffi-e cnps, 8 tles 5e each
Saucers to match 9c "
I5in. oval tllvhea 15c ",
II In. Nic
Win. plates He "
4in. pauce Uiithen 3c
Mil. sauce or vcic .-table tlitthsa lJc "
7in. 10c "
Ktrg cups 9c "
Bone illflie. 8c "
Thcee coods were (lightly dammed in nltippinir,
hut would be batyaius at one liulf aiore tliati we
ask for ttietn.
4 piece pa den acts Sc
lfecker's kilclien Map, per box 15c
Pure lri?b lluea pupor. per quire 8c
Envelope to match, per pack Illc
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Ni xt iliior lo Crmptfn'8 Bo kstore, (up stairs )
The pnMic i cordially lnviteil to inspect our new nailery, the fluent West f t'hic-igo
llhout liny exception. We have the only Camera in this vicinity lare enough to make life
ie Pliotiwrnpliw direct. We have the only llery In this city which IB first-class In all its
poiiitnienlH, In fid it contains more Instruments, Hack finwniK rhototfrnphic Furniture,
He. than all the olhei U cilleries in tliisi.ity combined. We have a reputation of the highest
order ami also the a'lillty and deteriuiuutiou U QUain it.
.;. .' .. i . firr &i &-.r'r..$;
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n , ! KH3wtSO tl'Wfnf I CD
IV ALL PAPER COMPANY-
3112, 31-4 Twentieth St.,
And Postofficft Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Kxriiislve acents
KactorieH: lliru'e 4 Sou, Janeway 4 Co., Robert S.
York Wall Paper Co.. and Koheri Graves A Co.
SKE uCJit Hl'ki 'I A.I.S- Which includes all the
below oilier dealeis.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
IvOII N fc ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
.m v DlUC 1 7iUUkUiU w
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.
Sheet Iron Wort
1703 Second Avenue.
IocTc 1 si unci.
for the following dx lanrent Wall Paper
llolilw & Co., Kevins & Haviland, New
Art papers. Prices from 10 to 30 per cent
A flvr. likfl a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
. ."a. Ji-: IS I 1
GIVE US OUR DUES.
We Want All Our Citizens Fairly
OnfaiMionaj a the Part of Oaaaa
Kaanem m That HhaaM be laves-
"gated Whole Faaillieat Micjned.
If the omhsioDS on the part of the
census enumerators that have come to
the ears of i he Argus constitute any
thing for a criterion. Rock Island's popu
lation will be shown by the next national
census to be about one third what it was
in 1880, instead of at least a third more.
The Ahgcs s not engaged in a war upon
the enumerators, but it is enlisted in a
right for Ro.;k Island and whatever be,
longs to it. We want out population
properly recorded and set forth in the
forthcoming census, and if it is not it
will be an irreparable disgrace and an in
jury to the c ty. Not a day passes that the
Arous doe not learn of families that
have been skipped Such omissions as
this mean something, and the city can't
afford to permit them. The Argus has
been agitat.ng this matter for several
days, and is willing to exert itself to the
best of its ability to have these omissions
counted. We want the correct census of
the city tak ;n. We want no more than
is due us, but we want that much, and
insist upon having.
Inspector Bailey, of this district.sbould
be advised of the facts by telegraph, and
urged to lave all omissions taken and
credited to Rock Island.
HAPPY BRIDAL BELLS.
Thej- King Oat at a'llatoa foraa F.vent
ta Whirit Rock Inland Han aa la
terent. The Clinton Age of this morning has
the appended account of the marriage of
Mr. E. E. Abbott, formerly of this city:
Among .he many brilliant church
weddings hich have occurred in Clinton,
one of tbe most complete and elegant in
every detail was that of Miss Sara L.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Young,
to Elmer E. Abbott, which occurred in
St. John's Episcopal church Wednesday
The liody of the church was beauti
fully decorated with fragrant June cut
flowers of various colors, the wiadows
being one mass of gorgeous bloom. The
decoration in the chancel of the church
consisted outirely ot while rose buds,
enlerlacing green. The altar windows
were largely concealed by a mass of these
beautiful, pure flowers, crossed by five
rows of Itg tied candles, forming a rere
dos of great beauty. The chancel rail
was wouotl with green, and this in turn
covered with while roses. The chance
arch was alsn mad.: beautiful with flow
ers, and from its highest point was
suspended a hcauiiful marriage bell of
margucriU 8. Crossing from one side of
the arch U the other was a floral beam,
on wh ch wax candles gleamed brightly,
this beam supporting two Moral posts
on which twung gates of flowers forming
a rood scr een.
The grand pipe organ was also partly
bidden wi u flowers, the whole of the ex -quisite
decorations being the lave work of
adniiiiiit; lady friends of the accomplished
bride. Tie lilile church never looked
A few minutes before 8 Miss Morse
sang in hi r usual charming manner "The
Voice That Breathed O'er E.len;" Mrs.
Molt accompanied on the pipe organ. As
she finis) ed the organist commenced
playing Lohengrin's wedding march as
the bridal party entered.
First came the rector. Rev. E. Jay
Cooke, to tbe chancel, from a side, vestry
room, the groom and his best man, Mr.
Jas. P. Gage, thtn Mr. W. E.
Young, who gave the bride away,
anil Mr. Chad Lamb, head usher,
following from either side of the
chancel, out of toe vestry rooms; as
Mr. Frat k Ellis. Eugene Carpenter,
Oarretl Lamb and Cbas. Smith
the ushers, approached from the main en
trance up both aisles. Then came Miss
Elizabeth flosford and Mi.'s Gracie
Young, cousins of the bride, as bride's
maid and maid of honor, followed by
Master Y illard Ilnsford and little Miss
Florence Curtis, just preceding the bride,
who walk ;d alone.
As the party reached the floral gates in
the chancel, the little gentleman and lady
mentioned swung them apart, the bride
passing Ihrough as she was met by the
groom, when tbe beautiful Episcopal ring
service ci mpleted the ceremony binding
two estimable people in the compact of
love and marriage.
In the choir alcove around the organ
sat ten m sses, warm friends of the bride.
while her most iutimate young lady
friends, a dozen or more in number, oc
cupied tha first two pews in the body of
the house, just behind tbem being seated
the family, while invited guests filled the
remainder of the edifice.
The bride, carrying a beautiful prayer !
book, looked charming in an elegant
dress of white silk, long court train and
bridal veil, the maid of honor and bride's
maid bciog also dressed becomingly in
The gr mm and gentlemen attendants
wore evening dress suits.
At the conclusion of the ceremony tbe
party lef . tbe church, to the strains of
Mcndlfsthon s grand old wedding march,
going at once to tbe newly furnished
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Abbott at 530
Fifth avenue, where they are at home to
Many, very many beautiful tefcens
from friands, costly and useful, were
given Urn happy couple, and were seen
by gucsti at the residence.
Tbo Am has only kind wishes ior tnis
estimable young couple, and hopes their
lives me; be typical of tbe beautiful
June welding eve. -
Robert Owens, a river man, was taken
to the police station in the patrol wagon
by Officers Sexton and Eramer last even1,
ing, and this morning was fined $3 and
costs for intoxication.
Carl Maab was fined 5 and costs by
Magistrate Wivill last evening for breach
of the i eace. The peace warrant cases
against Chris. Naab and John Eyewater
A email boy who has been about
Tindair livery stable, stole $27 today
from M Tindall and with It purchased
some fiie arms at a second-hand slora
The money has been recovered.
Dennis Warren, who lives outn Rock
river, and who ownaHhetwo vacant lots
at the corner of Sixteenth street and Sec
ond avt nue, spent last night in the po
lice sta' ion, Depnty Marshal Long having
arrested him for conducting himself in an
insane manner over Haucker's saloon, on
Second avenue. He had previously at-
tpmnieil to break into a number of bust
ne he uses. He is no doubt demented.
lie waf released from jail this morning.
ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19; 1890,
Caaiaalfiaiaaer JirkMa Re tarns fraaa
Chieara Kail af Hope aaa F.ataafl
laaaa Over the Praapeeta.
Commissioner Jackson, of Spencer
square, returned from Chicago last even
ing where be has been for the past two
days on business connected with Spencer
square. lie was hopeful before he went
away that the square would be complete
by July 4th, but be is anxious that all
the ornaments for the square shall be
placed in position at the same time. This
may cause a littb delay, bat not much,
Mott & Co., of Chicago, who are the
leading manufacturers of fountains and
vases in the United States, and from
whom the fountain was bought, and
probably most of the things will be pur
chased, especially the Harper vase, say
our square for its size, will be the hand
somest in ornamentation in the state.
The Harper vase will be fully in keeps
ing with the fountain. As an ornamental
vase it will attract hundreds to see it. No
public park in the stale will have a finer
vase. The drinking fountain is very
fine. Several of them have been placed in
some of tbe leading hotels in tbe
country. With the supply of artesian wa
ter it will afford the thirsty individual
a drink of pure cool water, and many will
be the appreciative thoughts and words of
satisfaction that will be uttered and felt
when the donors perhaps may have
passed out of mind. ' Tbe settees and
vases furnished by our citizens will be in
keeping with tbe general character of the
other ornamentation. Mr. Jackson says
there area few prominent points of orna
mentation yet to be supplied; that several
of our citizens have expressed a desire to
aid, but as yet they have not determined
what to do; that it is very desirable to
know now what further we may expect,
for it would be very satisfactory to have
in Rock IsUnd one municipal enterprise
that we can regard as substantially com
Our citizens should remember that the
completion aod ornamentation of Spencer
square is the first and only public woik
since the location ot our city fifty years
ago, that has been attempted here, so
that our public spirited citizens have not
been very heavily burdened in matters of
this kind. We hope when the work is
through that the commissioner will make
a public report of what has been done,
that credit may be given where it is due,
for many persons have strongly and pub
licly agreed that this very work should be
done and the city council, has responded
well to the call, while many who have
urged it along have now held hack and
seem to he perfectly willing to let their
neighbors do what they were chiefly in
strumental in starting. We hope when
the fountain is put in everything else will
be supplied. The C , B. & Q R. R. has
indicated a willingness to transport the
articles for the square from Chicago as a
The Pittsburg, Capt. Killeen. will be
Tne clipper St. Paul, Capt. Burke, will
be up tomorrow.
The R. A. Sneed and Pilot each went
north with two barges.
The Bart E. Linehan bronght fourteen
strings of lumber, and the Pauline eight.
The steamer Libhie Conger will take
the Davenport Hibernian society to Clin
ton on July 4 on a fast trip. .
The Sam Atlee came down with four
teen strings of logs and the Robert Dodds
with sixteen strings of logs.
The water has commenced to decline
again. Tbe stage was 10:70 at 6 o'clock
this morning.and at noon was 10:60.
The Verne Swain, Capt Streckfus' lit
tle packet, took a Woman's Relief corps
excursion from up river points, and Dav
enport and Moline to White Sulphur
Springs, where the day was spent pleas
antly yesterday. Capt. Streckfus pro
poses to have more of these excursions
during the summer.
From Eau Claire comes tbe news that
the rivers in that section, swollen by the
heavy rains, are now brim full again and
a good stage for some time- is assumed.
There is no apprehension of too much
water. The log drives have been suc
cessful far beyond anticipation. Careful
estimates place tbe .amount of old and;
new logs on the Chippewa, tbe Eau
Claire, tbe Menomonie and their
tributaries at the commencement tf
tbe spring season at about 1,
250.000.000. A large portion of this
big supply bas been brought down, about
half going to the mills in this section and
tbe rest going down the Mississippi.
Beef Slough, in spite of natural and arti
ficial obstacles, is likely to be again avails
able this year to receive logs destined for
Mississippi river mills, the time to carry
the logs over the bars at the entrance.
When Beef Slough cannot be used West
Newton Slough, on the Minnesota side,
can be. Tbe only complaints thus far on
account of running loose logs across tbe
Mississippi from the Chippewa into West
Newton come from the people of Was
Reports from Stillwater say that oper
ations on the lake have been lively dur
ing tbe week, operators contending with
the scarcity of boats to take care of the
rafts as soon aa they are formed. More
boats are badly needed. To keep pace
with the output of the boom not less than
twenty rafts should leave per week, but
the number actually leaving has averaged
much less. There is an active demand
for loga and quite a number of buyers
have been on the market . Shipments of
lumber are also large, and some advacces
are reported in places.
Bala by the heriff.
Sheriff Silvia went to Moline this morn
ing and Bold the property of the Union
Manufacturing company which collapsed
about a year ago. Tbe machinery and
goods were bought by Mr. Albert Vinton
for $5,000, while the unexpired lease on
the premises was bought in by tbe same
gentleman for $11,000.
XT. 8. SiaMii Omcl, I
Waahtnirum. D.C.. 3au 19. 1
For the next 24 hours; Local showers;
Benies by the case at Darrah & D ai
der's. Chickens dressed to order at Darrah &
Cherries by tbe peck at Darrah &
Mr. H. Eramer went to Cambridge this
morning on a business trip.
C. D. Marshall and W. D. Webster, of
Cordova, were in the city today.
Wanted to rent nouse of six or seven
rooms, with good yard, in central por
tion of the city. Enquire at this office.
There will be a meeting held at South
Rock Island town ball Saturday at 7 p.
m. in the interest of tbe cyclone sufferers.
Chief Clerk C O. Bloom, of the Rock
Islaud house, returned this morning from
a short visit to relatives in Des Moinee.
Mr. S. D. Cleland left this afternoon
on a two months' trip through tbe west
in the interest of the Rock Island Stove
A telephone has been put in Henry
Lamp's pavilion at tbe watch tower.
Parties desiring meals may now telephone
A widow twenty-eight years old wants
a situation as housekeeper. Enquire at
J. W. Jones' intelligence office and sec
ond hand store, 1614 Second avenue.
The Standard Theatre company, one of
the best on the road, appears at Harper's
theatre all of next week. A handsome
present will be given away each night.
Lawrence N. Ecklund.of Moline, noble
grand arch of the N. A. O. D., of Illi
nois, is presiding at the annual meeting
of that order now being held at Peoria.
Mrs. E. II. Johnston, of Seattle, Wash.,
who is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. II.
Pollard, on Eighteenth street, became tbe
mother of a nine pound boy yesterday
John Broorahall and wife leave in the
morning for Buffalo Prairie township to
remain until the fire is started up in the
glass works. This is their usual place of
recreation during the time the fire is out
in tbe factory.
Mr. John A. Liphardt, of Canoe Creek,
paid his respects to tbe Arous today. He
exhibited a flue picture of his entire fam
i.y lately taken, which includes besides
himself and good wife, three sons and as
many daughters. It is a family souvenir
which Liphardt highly prizes.
The body of Frank Clooney, of Daven
port, drowned Sunday morning, was
tound late yesterday afternoon at Muel
ler's saw mill. One of the employes of
the mill saw the body floating among a
lot of drift wood which was lodged just
above tbe raft in the log boom.
Mr. Albert Owens was out in his road
cart for a dnve when one of the wheels
struck a large stone throwing out himself
and his companion, Sam 'I. Webb. Owens'
left arm was dislocated at the wrist and
elbow. Dr. Carter brought the disloca
tions to place. Mr. Webb escaped withs
Chan, and Gracie Warner, children of
John R. Warner, of St. Paul, arrived in
tbe city Ibis morning on a visit to their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Warn
er. Their parents will follow them on a
vacation early in July. "Uncle John"
and his family are never so happy as on
The Commercial hotel has a new pro
prietor in the person ot Henry Edrhorn.
a gentleman well known and popular in
this city. The hotel bas been refitted and
refurnished throughout and will be con
ducted in a flrstclass manner. The new
landlord has tbe riht kind of metal to
make a success of the hotel business.
Read advertisement elsewhere.
The funeral of Michael Einney was
held from St. Joseph's church at 9 o'clock
this morning. Father Thomas Mackin offi
ciating. St. Patrick's Benevolent so
ciety, of which tbe deceased was a mem
ber, attended in abody. The pall bearers
were: Thomas Shea, Thomas Devine,
Patrick McQuade, John Conway. Timo
thy Sexton, Michael Coughlan, Wm.
Helan and Thomas Mulligan.
Tne barn of Robert Crampton, on tbe
farm recently purchased by him, and for
merly known as the O Hayer place, in
Bowling township, was destroyed by fire
last night with ail its contents, including
six horses, vehicles and grain, entailing a
loss of $2,000. Messrs R. Crampton, who
is a brother of the unfortunate farmer
and L. V. Eckhart, an uncle of Mrs.
Crampton, drove out to Bowling this af
Tbe fire scene which is a graphic illus
tration of the fireman's life, will be pre
sented to tbe city council bv the Wide-
Awake Hook and Ladder company to
adorn tbe council chamber. This artistic
painting was tbe hand work of N. Wirig
and Bernhard Brahm who presented it
to the company. After the disbandment
of the organization the painting was left
for safe keeping at the place of Jacob
Oblweiler, where it was greatly admired.
This painting aside from tbe four months'
labor expended by the artists, costs in
frame, canvas and paint $42; add to this
tbe labor, the total would not fall short
of $100. This gift is made in recogni
tion or tne friendly feeling on the part of
tbe city fathers and with the hope and
oeuer or tne company tbat tbe city can
belter care for it than others.
The Jaae Festival.
The Moline Dispatch says of Mrs.
Cropper's musical entertainment in that
city Tuesday night:
Tbe June festival of song at Enowles
ball last evening proved to be one of the
most delightful entertainments ever riven
by home talent in that ball. The comic
operetta or the Bowers of tbe first part
was well rendered, each fair vocalist be
ing endowed with a sweet voice- and a
race mat loosed exceedingly pretty in
the center nf the hrifht iwrnlla Th
cast of the operetta, consisted of four
teen persons, representing all tbe most
popular flowers as well as a gardener,
man in the moon and an angel.
For the state encampment at Jackson
ville. III., June 23-28. tbe Rock Island &
Peoria railway will sell excursion tickets
at one fare for tbe round trip, viz.: $4.95.
This rate is open to the public ' Trains
leave Rock Island at 8:15 a. m. and 2 20
p. m. Arrive at Jacksonville at 2:45 and
10 40 p. m. Depot foot of Twentieth
street. F. B. Rockwell, Agent.
County Commtnaa Matting.
Moline. III.. July 18. All members of
the democratic county committee are re
quested to meet at the parlors of the Rock
Island house at 1 o'clock p. m. on Satur
day, June 21. to consult upon matters of
importance to tbe committee at this time.
Geo W. Vinton, Chairman.
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 flndsr will please leave
Argus office and receive reward.
Dr. C. 0. Carter baa removed his of
fice to rooms over McCabe Bro'a. dry
Chas. . Hodgson insures against fire,
lightning, windstorms and tornadoes.
R ates aa low as consistent with the risk.
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All dog owners are hereby notified that
they tLust procure checks for 1890 before
July 1, as all dogs seen without checks
attached after that date will be shot by
the police on sight. Phil Miller,
Step in to .Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
W Uliman s DUlter cups ana marsn-mai-lows
put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Krell & Math's.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possess.
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder gives it.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Mint, wintergreen. maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
C. A. Stiil, - - Manager.
One Solid Week, commencing
MONDAY, JUNE 23rd.
David j Damage's
Standard Theatre Co.,
Opening in the Famonm Southern Comedy
Drama in & Acta, entitled
Change or Play Nightly.
A valuable present (riven away every nicht. and
on Sutnrday niht we will give away a UUUU
MtB,!II MIIA.ll lJW.
Prices only 10 and 20c No Higher.
Rewrved seats for sale at nonal place.
Making Annual Appropriations
for the Fiscal Year 1890.
Be it Ortaintil by the City Council' the city 0
jcock j nana .
Skctio 1. Thai thi-rc he and hereby ir nimm-
priated to be provided for by the genera tax levy
ror me current nwl year tne at'L'rceate. rum of
One Hundred and Twentv-three thousand and
Two Hundred Dollars for the following
1 Interest on bonded debt.. S13.4.Y) 00
3 Sinkinrfui.d . I.
3 Public library 8,200 Ort
4 Britae 5nu im
5 Oontinfent 6.UM (10
6 Fire department 6.ni) no
I Light 7.900 no
8 Health 2.500 0
. office, etc. ' 2,100 00
10 Printing () on
II P.lie.e " 8,5i no
1 SnUry K.no no
i:t Street and alley depart IS.iHO 00
14 Hewer deoartrmnt 5U0 00
15 Spencer Sqnare Department . . . 5,500 On
Iti Waterworks expei.ve le.mrt... I !,!
17 ' con-traction dep 4,14)0 00
SPECIAL 1HPKOVEMEHT8 :
H KiuhtecTith otreet S.S50 no
19 Twentieth street ?,." 00
W See.nd avenue 4 500 IX)
SI Fifth or Moline avenue TOO no
i Ninth Btreet Fewer Sno no
! Seventeenth street sewer LMM Oil
-'4 Twenty-fourth airart newer f-M 00
Makins a total amnnnt appropriated for the
purpose aferesatd of One tlundred and Twentv-
three Thou-and and Two Hundred Dollars
l'asaed June IS, 1991
WM. McJONOPHIE. Mivor.
leiill lily Clerk.
Corner Seventeenth St., and Third Ave.
HENRY EHRHORN, Prop'tr.
i in- nonse nas oeen comnleteiv renrtert and re-
lurnishcd and is now open to the public.
RATES $1.00 A DAY.
board per week.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
l"rT Picture Cord, Twine, Kails
and Hoots at lowest pricaa.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1825 Second avenue.
Under Rock Island Honae.
IK BOTH or
-$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent Demi annually, collected and
remitted free of cbarga.
E. W. HURST,
-Attorntcy at Law
Rooms S and 4 Mamnle Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK ISltAXD, ILL.,
Spring Styles now Ready. .
Are la. . May be you axe 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 in Marquise cloth
(similar to bastite) in pretty ombre ef
fects, fast colors at 1 2'4c-
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.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
JHE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES-
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
EiPTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $ft 00 Riven away to each customer buving $25.00
wcrth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let us show you the bonk and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8H0S STORK, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORX)
MM Fifth A venae.
flario Cloths, -
similar to Scotch ginghams, fast color s
handsome coloring at 1 Oc This is be
low the regular price but welbought
them cheap and you get the benefit '
SUMMER BEIGES Greys, double
MOHAtRS Double fold, reduced
to 25c to close; colors gobelin, golden
brown, tan red, green, Iblue,' 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
Bee 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
Btone 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
Crockery and China,
1609 Second Avenue.
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