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' THU HOnK TftTjANl) AJRGUS, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1890. - .
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
PLUMBING, GAS AND
And House Furnishing Goods.
'Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Bargains in China Ware.
Tea and coffee enps, 3 etles . 9c each
8ancer to match 2c
lriin. oval dishes irc "
llln. " Ktc
l'Jin. plates he
4in. dance dishes 3c
8iu. eauce or vegetable dishes l'Jc "
7iu " " ' ' 10c "
K(?g enps 3c '
Bmie dishe, 3c "
These goods were slightly damaged to shipping,
hut would be bargains at one half more than we
ask for them.
4 piece pa den sets Stic
Decker's kiulien soap, per box l"ic
Pure Irish linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelope tomatcb. per pack........ 10c
1703 Second Avenue.
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Nuit door to Crampton's Bookstore, (up stairs )
The public is cordially invited to inspect onr new Gallery, the finest West of Chic igo
without any exception. We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enough to make life
ije Photographs direct. We have the only Gallery in this city which is first-class In all Its
nppointiuents. In fact it contains more Instruments, Back Grounds, Thotoeraphic Furniture,
etc., than all the other Galleries in this city combined. We have reputation of the liifhest
order and also the ability ana determination to sustain It.
pat p:glf O I.
WALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 31 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclnslve acrents
Factories: Uirue Son, Janeway A Co., Robert S.
York Wall Paper Co., and Kobert Graves A Co.
SKE ofjn SPECIAL'S Which includes all the
below oiher dealers.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOIIJNT te ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Kidney and Liver Pills
For the cure of all disorders of
TVtoTr j i
CUIO DOIO, Blue OUU pieOBOUU
They have no equal as a Family
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25ca Bottle.
- T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
Skiwt Iron Work,
for the following six largest Wall Paper
Hoblm A Co., Kevins A Havilaud, New
Art papers. Prices from 10 to 30 per cent
the liver, Kidney and Stomach.
onil onr litre n. rViATTO..
Pill, and that all may try them
THE CORNER STONE.
That 01 Which the Y. M.
Building is to Rest
Intereatins I'rrrmonteR to Attend Its
Laying Next 91 on nay Afternoon
The corner stone of the new Y. M. C.
A." buikli ; will be laid with appropriate
ceremoni es next Thursday.
The exercises will be held at 2 o'clock,
and will be conducted by the state exec
utive committee of the Y. M. C. A. of
Illinois. The programme will open with
music by a male chorus, and the singing of
America by the assemblage, followed by
prayer by one of the city pastors, and
the reading by Mr. A. M. Blaksley of the
work ot the building committee of the
association. Then will f olio wttie cor
ner stone laying; at the northeast corner
of the building by Misses Libbie Schoon-
maker aad Anna Stewart, of Reynolds.
and Mr. Louis Bowman, of Chicago.who
were tho first contributors to the build
ing fund. .
An address will then be made by L F.
nought n. of Peoria, after which the
benediction will be pronounced by Rev.
Q. W. Gue, and the sioeing of Corona
tion by the congregation will conclude
The foundation of the magnificent
structure is now almost completed, and
from it one may form an idea of What to
expect whan the building is fully com
pleted. It will be an ornament to Rock
Island architecture, a tribute to the
thoughlf.il people of the city, and a
moral benefit to the community.
Mirona Argument Front n I'raetiral
Moure, Mhowlna; That Knrk InIbimI
II an I'arMned the Right Oonrae.
A practical street paving man living in
Des Moines, has written the Sioux City
Journal an excellent communication on
the subject of street paving materials,
which g ves strong assurances to the fact
that Rot k Island bas made no i.lunder in
adopting brick. The correspondent says:
In regard to street paving material, the
cheapest, is not the best, both for eco.
nomic and hygienic leasona. An exten
sive research and investigation of the
subject of street paving and of material
most sil table for wi stern cities bas forced
the cor elusion that brick is the best.
There is noi a single consideration that
can be offered in any other material that
cannot be given equally in favor of brick
and in some important points, far out',
weighing them. Cedar blocks have but
two pi ints of commendation in com
mon with brick smoothness and easv
of cleaning. They are cheaper when
first ';aid out. but in the end
twice as costly as brick for want
of durability. The experience in this
city bas tully demonstrated their
almost wottblessness. Miles of streets
paved with them are "how practically
abandoned for carriage traffic, so decayed
and briken have become the blocks,
though laid only three years ago, and the
paving is not yet half paid for. It is
true Unit much of this defectiveness is
due to 'be unssrnpulousness of contrac
tors and dishonesty or incompetency of
inspect rs; these are possibilities and
probab lities in any city under the sys
tem of bids and contracts. S.i manifold
are tho objections to cedar blocks that
the city of Des Moines, after several
years' txperience, has decided to have no
more f f them, and has adopted brick for
For lurahility, brick properly made,
bas greater resistance to shock than gran
ite. Asphalt for smoothness and clean
liness it's only equalled by asphalt.
For economy brick is third on the list,
being preceded by asphalt and granite,
both ol which are impracticable and out
of the question in your city.
With an ample supply of clay in your
vicinity the entire cost of manufacture
and pa fine can and should he distributed
among your own people, your mechanics
and laborers. It would then benefit your
whole people, whereas, if cedar blocks
are usel, every dollar expended goes into
the pockets of non residents. It is bo
much money takewentirely out of circu
lation i a your city .&
The Reindeer brought seven strings of
The Golden Gate came down with a
barge in tow.
The stage of the water remains sta
tionary at 10:80.
The Mary Morton, Capt. Cubberly.will
be down Monday morning.
The F. C. A. Denkman came down
with s xteen strings of logs.
The Irene D. came from up-river
points and went back again:
The Verne Swam was in aud out in
her regular local packet business.
Today's up-river boats were the Si'.aB
Wright. A. J. Whitney, Irene D., Golden
Gate and Gen. Barnard.
The Libbie Conger will arrive with a
big excursion from up river points at 11
o'clock tomorrow morning.
The Sidney, Capt. Boland, is due
for the Minnesota resorts and intermedi
ate up-river points at 3 p. m. tomorrow.
The Verne Swain will make an excur
sion to "White Sulphur Springs tomorrow,
leaving at 10:30 a.m. Round trip tick
ets flfiy cents.
The high water . has covered a
number of the fields above the
appro ch to the Drury bridge in the low
er end of the county, and the farmers
now go spearing for fish with pitchforks
in their corn fields.
Fourth of July Eicnrtions.
The- C, R. I. & P. railway will sell ex
cursic n tickets to any station east of the
Missouri river on their line and through
tickets to points on the Burlington, Cedar
Raoid s & Northern and Minneapolis &
St. Luia railways, July 8 and 4. 1890, at
a sinf le fare for the round trip, making
tickets good for return passage on or be
fore July 7. 1890.
C. H. Skkltoh. Ticket Agent.
And Mllll They Cone.
Another car load of those oak bedroom
suttef have just been received at Clemann
& Salzmann's. These goods are the best
bargains for the money ever sold in Rock
Island; in fact, they are sold at prices tbe
same as others sell the oak imitation.
Baford Pott Attention.
m.. mhtn of Gen. John Buford
Dost J43. G. A. R. requested to be
present at meiru
ins. June 23d. Business of importance.
By oi-der of H. C Habbis, torn.
The Connty Committee Decides I'pon
the Time for Holding the Demeeratte
Convention to Nominate candidates
for t'onnty ORieern.
The democratic committee of Rock
Island county met in tbe parlors of the
Rock Island house at 1:30 this afternoon,
Geo. W. Vinton, chairman, presiding.
There was nearly a full representation of
tbe committee, and a general interchange
of views expressed as to the time of
holding the county convention to place
a county ticket in the field. The date
was finally fixed for Tuesday. July 1st.
It was decided to hold the primaries on
the preceding Saturday. Favorable re
ports were made from different parts of
the county of new acquisitions from the
farming community, and a general belief
was manifested that the party was never
in better shape to make an aggressive
campaign than now.
Among those present were: Geo. W.
Vinton, chairman; II. E. Casteel, secre
tary; Samuel Swisher. T. J. Starkey, J.
C. Taylor, Cyrus Valentine, Geo. Lukens,
Frank McNabney. John Forgy, Hon. E.
W. Hurst, Andrew Donaldson, Lewis Wil
son, M. R. Metzgar, George Church, D. W.
Gould, B. D. Buford. Sheriff T. 8. Silvis,
Eugene Lewis, Arthur Burrall, J. P.
Looney, George Browner, Eugene Burns,
David Fitzgerald, Winslow Howard.
County Treasurer John Schafer, Jr., M.
M. Briggs, John Barton, n. F. Wheelan,
Thos. Lees, Frank Lucas.
THEN AND NOW.
Nome fomparlMonn Between the
Mrhool Advantage nf the lamt
and Thoiae of the I'renent by One
who Has Had Kxperlenren. ;
Edilor of the Abuus:
Rock Island, June 20 The school
board has. as I believe, virtually decided
to introduce systematic heat and Vcntil
ating devices into school buildings One
and Six. This is a move in which the
citizens of the city will back the school
directors. All other school buildings in
tlie city have been provided for.and there
is no reason why two of the best school
buildings in the city should be without
these advantages. The janitors have suf
ficient labor in cleaning and caring for
the numerous rooms and should be rc
lieved from tbe care and labor of looking
after eight stoves when the beating ap
paratus can be located in the basement
and operaUd with less labor and greater
economy, to say nothing of the welfare
of tbe pupils. The school patrons of the
city will sustain the board in tbe proposed
change. The present board has bad a
single eye to the good of the public
schools. What a revolution bas been
made in the school facilities in the past
quarter of a century, when ' school
commenced at half past 8 a. m., and
ended at 5 p. m. The only vacation al
lowed during the school term in thos'
days was Saturday afternoon. How dif
ferent today. The scholars meet their
teachers at 9 a. m, the total hours of
study done not exceeding five hours
daily, with a vacation from June to Sep
tember. In the o'den times, which do
not date back beyond tbe year 1850, the
children ot the common schools were
compelled by the long lessons and nu
merous branches taught, to study by
candle light; afterwards by burning fliiid.
This light power over candle power was
considered some: Ling extraordinary by
When gas was introduced in the homes
of the homes of their parents they felt like
saying "Eureka." In this day of elec
tric light which is not wanted in
the five hours of school ser
vice, would, in those days mentioned,
have been equal to daylight to tbe
boys and girls who were striving
for an education. In those days it was cot
necessary for the city, sta'e or nation to
employ truant officers to keep the chil
dren in school. They all valued time
and were ever anxious to gain their
education and afterwards a trade so
they would be , well armed to bat
tie with the uncertainties of tbe world.
The present system is so far superior in
tbe way of buildings, seats and other
conveniences, and above all the compact
yet thorough course of study, that tbe
school children of tbe past are astonished
and surprised that our boys and girls do
not more fully appreciate their advan
tages. Old Pern..
The executive committee of the Rock
Island Industrial Home association, met
last evening at Hillier's hall. Chairman
Cavanaugh presiding, and concluded the
arrangements for Labor s Fourth of July
celebratijn in Rock Island. It was de
cided to have a big street parade in the
morning in which the labor organizations
of the tri-cities will be invited to partici
pate. The procession will start on Mar
ket square at 10 o'clock and after passing
through the principal streets proceed to
Andrews' grove where an oration will be
delivered, the Declaration of Indepen
dence read and other exercises carried
out. In the afternoon there will be field
sports and a variety of amusements, and
at night a grand pyrotecnic display.
Following are the chairmen of the
committees designated supplies, Phil
Thiebert; flag and banner, T. P. "Whee
lan; printing, Chris. Schlegel; parade) J
The marriage of Mr. Seth M. Crane, the
actor, and Miss Elizabeth A. Grabam, oc
curred in the study of the Christian chap
el at 10 o'clock this morning, Rev. T. W.
Grafton, officiating. The wedding was a
very quiet affair in every way, and the
noou train on the Rock Island road bore
the happy bridal couple east, their fu
ture home being at Boston. Mr. Crane
is tbe well known and popular actor, who
for a number of years supported Fay
Templeton, and since has been with a
leading dramatic company. Mrs. Crane
is one of the most accomplished and
graceful young ladies in Rock Island,
which has always been ber home. She
is a daughter of Mr. Robt. Graham and a
sister of Mrs. Geo. E. Lambert. Tbe
best wishes for many years of happiness
attend the young couple.
An adjourned meeting of Island City
Camp, No. 309, M. W. A., will be held
at the usual meeting place on Monday
evening, Juue 23 to transact business ot
importance. By order or V. U . .
C. F. Uelpenstell.
W. C. Mauceek. Clerk. t
Chapter 1: Weak, tired, no appetite.
Chapter 2: Took Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Chapters: Strong, cheerful, hungry,
Truth is more of a stranger than fic;
Longest day of tbe year.
Have you seen tbe census enumerator
Mr. CM. Osborne, of Chicago, is in
R. T. McNeil, Esq., of Denver, is in
the city on business.
Another new line of straw bats at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
The Rock Islands play the Fultons at
the Rock Island park tomorrow.
Mr. J. 8. Kistler has returned from
FuUerton, Neb , to bis nome at Andalu
Mr. II. F. WhelanN and bride have re
turned to Rock Island from their wed
See those summer coats and vtsts
handsome lined, shown ouly at Lloyd &
Mr. John Normoyle is home from col
lege at Kankakee, III , for bis summer
Stemmer and Brad) will be the Rock
Island battery in the game with the Ful
The sociable at the South Park chapel
last evening was a pleasant affair, and a
The Murray Shoe company of Daven
port failed this morning, with liabilities
of 911.000 and assests $12,000.
If tbe census enumerator bas omitted
you, send your name, address and the
number in your family to the Argus.
Black shirts, black suspenders, black
hose, black underwear, and all the latest
in blacR bats at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Mr. Hugh Curtis returned this morn
ing from college at Exeter, N. H., from
which he graduated with honors this
Mrs. Jessie Hamilton and Mrs. Grace
Stevenson, of Oneida, arrived this after
noon for a visit to their neice, Mrs. J. E.
Mr. John T. Schomp. chief clerk to
Division Agent Mack, of the C . B. & Q..
complains that the census enumerator bas
S. A. Marshall will serve a free turtle
soup lunch at his saloon, 1316 Third ave
nue, this evening. He asks his friends
to call and partake.
Two Moline female clerks are missing.
One is seventeen and the other twenty,
and it is supposed they have eloped with
two young men from Davenport.
Rev. LI. C Marshall and wife leave
Monday for Pittsburg to attend the In
ternational Sunday School convention.
They will be absent about three weeks.
Mr Frank McDonell bas rented the
premises No. 2201, Third avenue, and
will open a saloon there this evening. He
wili have a grand opening lunch this
evening to which he invites the public.
The Rock Island & Peoria railway has
made a further reduction of one third in
the rate to Springfield for tbe republican
delegation to the slate convention. Tbe
fare for the round trip is now $4.95.
Mr. D. G- Flanagan, a long-time bag
gage-man on the V., li. & Q railroad
bas been promoted to conductor, and bis
run will be from l Louis to Beards town
Hereafter his home will be at the last
Tbe Utica. (S. Y.) Qhbe of a recent
date contains an excellent likeness and
biographical sketch of Marsh Noe, for
many years chief of the Davenport fire
department, who is one of tbe best
known firemen in the state of Iowa.
Mayor McConochie and Aids Corken.
Lirkin and Tindall have gone to Daven
port this afternoon to inspect tbe fire de
pal tment. They will come back more
firmly determined than ever to establish
a paid system in Rock Island.
Read the advertisement of A. F.
Scbmid. the lightning rod man, in an
other part of the A Rons. Mr. Schmid
was born and raised in this city, and is
an enterprising young man. He handles
some of the best lightning rods made, and
all he asks is a trial.
There will he half hour cars on the
Milan road after 1;30 tomorrow afters
noon. Keceiver Hass desires it also an
nounced that hereafter late cars may al
ways b secured for any hour before
midnight by telephoning Supt. Wilcher
at the car house.
Conductor Fuller's train on th? Milwau
kee road did not put in an appearance at
all yesterday, owing to washouts this side
of Freeport, and Conductor Perrett's
train last night was an hour late owing
to the same cause. Today the road is
open as usual, however.
There :s to be a Fourth of July cele
bration at Coal Valley on the Presbyterian
church grounds. A street parade, an
address of welcome by John Barton, a
speech by l'roi. btoddard. singing and
other music, games and sports, and fire
works, will constitute the order of the
Mr. El. McDolan, an old-time Rock
Island boy, and for long time passen
ger agent for tbe C, B. & Q. railroad at
St. Louis, is in the city visiting his sister,
Mrs. Fred Wright. His brother Charles,
who is a route agent for tbe American
Express company, is also here re
The Sunday school of the First Metho
dist church will have an excursion on tbe
steamer Libbie Conger, accompanied by
a good band, one week from today, up
tue river, leaving at a a. m. and return
ing by 7 p. m. The yonng children of
the Sunday school will be complimented;
aH others will be charged twenty-five
cents for the trip. Everybody must pro
vide their own lunch, and young children
be accompanied by older people.
There was a dispute as to territory be
tween Census Takers Harry Corken, of
the east division of the Third ward, and
Harry Hodges, of the west division of the
Fourth. The misunderstanding crew
out of the lay of the streets in the vicin
ity of Flatiron square, Hodges holding
that west or Seventeenth to Sixteenth be
longed to him, while Corken maintained
that it was in his district The matter
was referred by Supervisor Bailey to
County Clerk Donaldson, who decided in
Corken's favor. The latter is desir
ous that if any one in his jurisdiction bas
been omitted, he report to him at once.
Mr. Wm. Graham, mention of whose
failing condition from consumption bas
been made in the Arous, died at his
home, back of Fourth avenue and Ninth
street.at 2:15 this morning. He was about
thirty-nine years of age. His wife desert
ed him a few years ago, and recently be
turned his three children over to tbe Rock
Island branch of the American Educa
tional Aid association, with the expressed
desire that the society provide homei for
them after his death. Those provisions
have already been made by tbe local offi
cers. Mr. Graham was born and raised
la Rock Island and was liked by all who
The Union attempts to pacify tbe in
dignant mass of the republican party of
ltock Island county by copying an ex
tract from tbe Kewanee Courier to the
effect that the senatorial nomina
tion ia assured to Mr. Crawford if
the Rock Island county delegation
"stands solid for him." That last pro
vision is quite important, as both the
Uiucn, and the Courier may yet learn
the former to its misery and the latter to
its satisfaction no doubt If the attitude
of tbe Henry county delegation is to be
contingent upon tbe solidity of the Rock
Island county delegation for Crawford,
h's nomination is by no means assured
Many sensible republicans of Rock Island
county claim that they are not opposed
to the nomination going to a farmer.
neither are they by any manner of means
disposed to be instrumental in deluding
the farmers by sending a man like Craw
ford to the Illinois senate as the farmers
What Does it MsanT
"100 doses one dollar" means simply
hat Hood's Sarsaparilla is tbe most eco
nomical medicine to buy, because it gives
more for the money than any other prep
aration. Each bottle contains 100 doses
and will average to last a month, while
other preparations taken according to
directions are gone in a week. There
fore, be sure to get Hood s Bareapariiia,
the. best blood purifier.
Rork Island Plow Stock for Bale.
Sixty thousand dollars ($60,000) of the
capital stock of the Rock Island Plow
company for sale. Present price thirty-
five cents on tbe dollar. Apply to
B. D. Bcford.
Rock Islakd, June 20. 1890.
All dog owners are hereby notified that
they must 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. ' PniL Miller,
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possess.
II - : ' n 1 . : r a : : .
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
At first thought one might suppose the
Bar association to be tbe proper body to
issue liquor licenses.
Step in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
Wanted to rent House of six or seven
rooms, with good yard, in central por
tion of tbe city. Enquire at this office.
Whitman's butter enps and marsh-mal
lows put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Krell & Math s.
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
GRAHAM -At :)f:tnrdaT. Jnne 21, 1M0, of
ronxninplion. w id. Wmhnm, ajed 3tf yearn.
month and 20 days Fnnerl at o'clock Snnday
Jnne 2id. from the residence of Oliver tiraham.
irri second avenue.
C. A. Stkeu - - Manager.
One Solid Week, commencing
MONDAY, JUNE 23rd.
DAVID JR AMAGE'S
Standard Theatre Co.,
Opening In the Famous Southern Comedy
Drama in 5 Acts, entitled
Change of Play Niphlly.
A valuahle present dven mr everr n'eht. and
on Saturday nicht we will give away a GiXi)
rncsii Jftli.il ll cvM.
Prices only 10 and 20j No Higher.
Rererved wats for sale at nnal place.
-HOMES AID LIVES'
Fy ntfng A. F. Sohmid's, the pioneer resi
dent Lightning Rod dealers celebrated
which he keeps constantly on hand. Any Joh, co
mill.. Hour Mwnnliinil -4 .-. . . V. .
scientific manner. Competition in
prices and quality defied.
, A. F. SCHMIDT.
Jo. 821 Twentieth St.. Kock Island,
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AST) PICTURE
tPictnr Cord, Twine, Nails
and Hooks at lowest prics.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Bock Island Hons.
in sua 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 semi annually, collected and
remiuea tree 01 cnarg.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms I and I Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISfND. ILL
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK 181AKD, ILL,
ID . -it L(i .
Spring Styles now Beady.
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 in Marquise cloth
(similar to bastite) in pretty ombre ef
fects, fast colors at 1 ZMo-
Who now own the
West of Chicago, are ready to take the people of this vicin
ity through one of the largest and finest
in this section of the country, which is elegantly lighted
and contains the largest and hansomest PATTERNS OF
ever seen in the three cities, and their stock of FURNI
TURE and CURTAINS is grander than ever. .
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
I: : 1 1 -la--
BOOTS AND SHOES,
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
; For Ladiea and Gentlemen.
t3Tanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $6 00 Riven away to each customer bnving $25 00 '
worth of BooU and Shoes. Call in and let us show you tbe book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE 8TORE1
tm Kfth Avenue. -
similar to Scotch ginghams fast colors
handsome coloring at 10c. This is be
low the regular price but we bought
them cheap and you get the benefit. '
SUMMER BEIGES Greys, double
MOHAIRS-Double Ifold, 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 ftrst 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
Ceockery and China,
1609 Second Avenue.
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