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THE ABGPg, 8AJTTJRDAY, HACCH 6. Ig97.
asV' I A Pretty Chamber IW.S.HOLBROOK 103, 106 and 107 East Second tS! mm mm mi. mm .- aw a awi a kb avviu inv w n ) aw n an , aav-'w hi ih i "j WE DONT EXPECT. ' ' To soil all the shoes, bat wo do sell a great many and c&,-ir-all want to aell many more.' WE DO EXPECT To sell tbe bent for the money and give the customor bo good satisffaotion tbat he or she will come again. OUR LINE Is very fall and includes everything from the Child's Slippe to the finest and best Lady's or Gentleman's Shoe. r WE WILL BE With 70a again with for ns. 1704 Sesoad Ave Millinery Reductions ALL ALONG THE LINE AT ... In order to clear op the Fall and Winter business, a sweeping redaction has been made. Call early. BYRNES 6. CO. """ aawawaawes a aawawawawaani sj A 85 Btalastea s"a Wll FREE Wow then, boys, aastlel 9o. Thto bewutiftil ami rvscvaibfla 1. f 'p Tney wn help stimnt r-une when nun arrive. Write in and we will tell yon how to k-U beam tr all tht iwttara and jrvC there to save the lain: fur you. The grocer will deliver all tlte beam you sell lor htn and be Rind tu do it. S?ik1 vnt huitdri-d labels and iret a dad abut repeater air rifle; shouts 150 times witli out tkftlnnrf harlA liil aint wkb all tha force and rrvcion of a Flobert rifle and with much lera expeuac In-nmmttnMHin. Jl U a emuine pltd imp and a brauty. Makes stray cats tklp the back feoce, slayf VAN CAMP PACKING CO. A t l.m.aUM. 4 waaanil.ia. 1 f)mi.va Orir.i.a. anoitlM f lr. RaJrla-aaa K.A fjx' fl Jin Hi. lot ara a maa w try mua, kutara a mm IV lBk taal aai.nt n. nj i". n, ai.wv ppr .Ham n aala h nr l.lral. Ml.. Ir fTarr A imawata.. dramata. INSURANCE; H, DETJENS, Insurance Agent. Representing among other ttme trVxl and wall known Plre lama anee Oiwrmiaa the'followmg: Uo-hnt- onna Ids Ca Kocbar, t WvaVawtat FJa M..w..M....1fav Vort Hailala Ooraaa " .....Rmffaio, i 1 hprhw (ia"doa " PaJladalpala Mrwun rira .... Paorta,U) M UaopaMra ...... Mtecaaatar. W B M lannaaaMaraaBlcsx . MUwukaa. b batai.ty ..Vaw Batao.Oai Oflloe eormr KfhteenUi street and Bseocd avenae, sraood floor. Telephone 1047; j buford; General Insurance Agent. Tbaal4rtiiTlia-rV4 LccsPrcnptlyPiid Need not be expensive, but may be furnished with VERY LITTLE 4f MONEY. J Inspect our stock, com pare prices, and we know they WILL SATISFY YOU. Street, DAVENPORT. n a mrai a nobby line this spring. Watch k BMBEH BYRNEG 2t CO.'G 81S-Shoott t3 call- rifled, bided barrvU, oiled walnut stock, pistol snip. wUUUUtlflgS. amn im1 VUKAC. riumu nrMoift for IMaU rhf rnib Indianapolis, led. Faalllr Wrtttrv I . -1 . - -- "M". ,mui7, uiwuMDir araini low or powwof Kb iin- I,lr wuiiiw. na mamas. taqutewraunabT Clralna. ThynuCpnlxparebVptartlnfraith. N:atvs luxlo aad aLO RI'ILJIK ali.caa, anil nMorinstha riBBr TC' ( 1 cmTto. - aoi or m roi m . ajaai.a Jtarri miac,jMaesajji Amusements. Harpefs Theatre X B. Kans, Maaacer. Saturday Night, March 6. Grand Plantation Cake Walk' AatUiw wYWaJof tba aid planUtion jablle. Inclading the mulc, aiadoa aal daactos ot Ua old ear aoutta bafota Ua war. . Southern Minstrelsy o'"-BeI!otn Dja. Comeaxd M a ralthful pottraTal of aarkr Ufa ' - ' dowaaoath. Special Costumes : : : , t. : Jmported Talent ' Price at. Stand ,r a 1 WkjaaSarwtth rtlea wbea oa caa , aa prad j niBC oaa jar of PRICK BOO. , Testimonials Famished Free. Enclose 50 cents to ns and we will send yon on iar of Herron & Co's File Bemedy by return matt. r , BERBOH CO. Wc WaaUactoa Bt, OMVOAOO. R I New Tri-City Organization For Sport. TEE OFFICERS : AID FUXPOSES. Far ftiaart ataeaaa- at Paiaaaae-I la WkJak tka Baa Haamda la tu Carsatrj WU1 Par. Allnnton haa rtRntnfnni huaii mnmAm especially through The Akocs' Cable cnrrnannndn t avhnaji tnvn iwiimii.. some of the most distingnished prise winning nonnas in ine conntry.oi tbe prospects of a conning tournament in the three cities. The ananm- menta for such an event have now been practlcallr completed with the formation of the. Greyhound Tri-City Conning dob, whose officers are: President J. Russell, Cable. Secretary I. L. Sears, Davenport. Treasurer J. 6. Junsre. Bock Isl and. The members of the club are: J. Russell. CahlAt M. AlUn n.Mnmn-n. John Wilson, Victor, Iowa; U. Tege-' . n. w A. - . - ier, wnaries uuiora. atonn uniweuer, C W. Neeus. Joseoh Geicmr. a. Schumacher, j. G. Junge, Robert Wagner, L. Harms, G. Stengel. V. Danhflr. Cltt.n Hnhnr Rnok- Ta1n.l. John Cady, Charles Skinner, Moline; XT 1 T ir .r ... n . t. n. ruuor veer, vr. reiersen, r. Haak. J. U. Witt. John Hill. Ore Janssen, Frank Maehr, W. H. Som- men, J. L. Sears. Davenport. Tha Sirat Toonamsait. ' The first grand coursing tourna ment is to be held at Davenport Mild Track April 9-11. There will ba $200 added to a 32 -dog stake. B. Hay men, of Chicago, will act as judge, and Arthur Massey, of Chi cago, as slipper. There will be about forty honnds entered, coming from Denver Chicago, and other places, and SO Kansas hares have al ready been contracted for. The famous Cable hounds, which have won more valuable prizes than any other in the country, have been entered. r A SECOND AVENUE JOB. Wright Barbar'a Sitae 8 tore BarclarUea Utnt HlabS. Wrio-ht fk RarharV ahoa iikh at. 1704 Second avenue was burglarized last nignt. A rear window was pried open with a single tree, which the intruders left behind. A revolver is all that la thna far missing from the store. The safe or money drawer wore not tampered with. ' Caaae for Complaint. TherA havA hpnn a crrAut man v nnm plaints concerning the nature of the telephone service pf late. Much dif ficulty has been experienced in eret ting correot numbers, and then in gettintr awav from them when thev are once connected. BeTond that there has I Of n a constant ringing of false alarms in portions 01 tne city, and not infrennent irAiitnv nf arlrae that has caused much inconvenience ana annovanco. "Awar Wlta BfaU.Del.0l7, And bid dall care arannL" mnnda mra w, 11 la verse, bat if von have a easa of tha "hlnpi" c.ured by indigestion, with bTonniew added on aa an extra horror, you cannot ray hey! pretto! and thus Inaare tbe departare of thOM botnloa- M twin. The propr caper" when ttns trou bled, i to seek hj aid of Hoetctter Stomach Bit'ers. Thereafter yon will aptcillf digest w lib ease, and eat with appetite, and your liver will reassert tu r'ght to regularity.. No' only tbia. yoa can raUre wkhoat a borrTb'e dread that the Whln2tannioaomeat will in Aama!- poie itaeu opoa toe pit or your stormed ; If yoa reel premonitory lyaiptoas of chills and fever, kidney troible, or rbenma iaoa, f immon ihe Bitters to the roacae without del,y, "lest a vone thing befall yoa." A feeble condition ef tbe ysteta ia more apaadlly changed to a vigjroos one by this fine tonic than bv sot other medirlnal ageat ia existence. Awiaeg'assfal three times easy. - - . Frankly Explained. "I believe I saw you coming out of a rnmsbop this afternoon," said the Bev. Mr. Wilgus. . - "I guess yoa did," said the parish ioner. "On bnsiness, I hope?" "No. I will be candid with you. I went in to cat a drink. Vnn ana it this way. I had a Dlngsed Quarter pass. edon me." - : i - i "Yes." ' u -i r--- v, "And there are onlvtwonlaneaamnn can set rid of m nlacreed nnartorn church and a saloon. And of course I didn't want to pass it on the eontribn. non dox." v.. . . . "Ah!" Indianapolis Journal Soma Coanleal Balls. A. Mrff ahaonn,infi1 nwm.H fessor named Johannes Amer lately died at Vienna, and the following are a few of his remarkable bulls: "Julius Caesar, disguised as a slave, swam naked across the Tiber." "Covered With innumerable wonnda. Cxsar fell dead near Pompey's statue. With one hand be covered his face with his toga, with tbe other be called for help." . Tax The taxes for 1898 ara now due and payable at the law offioe of O. E. Cramer. 1712 Second avenue. Bring lest - year's - tax. receipts and avoid delay in Marching for de.,t.r, nd the "n-0 wiU lo scriptions. Hejtrt Kkokskk, o more susceptible he Toamahip Collector. Overcomes na when inferior prepar ationa are reenm mended hw aswrn .in.V : Foley's Honey and Tar Cough Syr. SB." when we know the nnennafed merits of this great aediaUe. Sold Oalv Mavor Knox and Aids. Pan. der and Dauber showed np at last ni it lit1 a nantiav nf ftha tliaafc .nil 1 ley committee with a T.tKirk and J George E. Badasoh. representativt s .i." m: ; z ar.ii. -i i. I ut voa Buastaaippi auioj xainpoooa AAmnanw ahiph fiaa an An1in.M graating a franchise pending before HH KHJ GVUUUU. . ' Ra it avaa MiaatilAriul nnnwiMMn for the Hnbinger folks to explain the menu ox mcir enterprise at tnis time. L. G. Richardson, general so licitor of the Central Union Tele. phoce com pan v, dropped off on his way nome to umcago to attena meeting. - I tht BRIEF MENTION. "There never was a minute ' That the eorner' wasn't in it." But the tune is changing, Andy, the tailor. Bny a home Bcidy Bros. Fancv fi?s 121 cents per ponnd at Weckei's. " Extra ovster lunch tonicht at Henry's place. Mrs. C M. Williams is in Chleaeo visiting friends. Dew Drop saloon will serve buck wheat cakes for lunch tonight. This is a hot one that roast pig at O'Connor & Brongh's tonight. Mr. and lira. Tewkahnrv loawa far Chicago tonight to attend the opera. ine second and laat crand ink. walk at Harper's theatre this even. Mrs. Dr. fl K. Barth sntart.laail a company of lady friends at euchre isst evening. " Candidates looking for votes, will A- " find them at O'Connor & Broogh'a . . . . . at lonigai eating rcast pig. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Nelson 1101 Fourth avenue, are rejoicing over iao auvent oi a new oaoy ooy. - Ton can find a representative ot each ward and party at O'Connor Brongh's tonight eating roast pig. Charles Johnson, of Moline. plead guuty to assault in tne county court He was fined f 10 and costs. He paid See Prof. A. M. Damon at the cake walk at Harpers theatre this even inc. Don't forget to inspect the elegant line of spring and summer suitinsr Andy, the tailor, is showing. Boom 2, Buford block. Mn. George W. N niton returned home to Peoria yesterday in response to a teiegram announcing ner moth' . , i in ci a avriuua iuodbb. Andrew A. Hooker and Mm. Jose phme M. Runstedt, of aloline, were married by Judge Lucian Adams at his office this morning. ..Free dance and free-, lunch Satur day night at Bnoke's, corner Fifth street and Third avenue. Everybody luviiea. ixooa oraer maintained Doors open 7:30. It's a big task Simon & Mcsen felder have before them, 1 1 sell out their eatire stock before moving into their new store. Bnt where there is a will there is a way, you know Friends of Martin Thrna wrhn injured in the Twentieth street cave. in. wnicn rtjHuiiea in toe aea'.n of Charten Melow. ars trninrinn In civ. a Deneiit Dan ior nim at lamer hall March 26. Judo-e Bip-nlnar in the fnrnnit nnnrt yeeieraxy reaucea tne iud?m-nt In w u uaaiave tvrapp. oi uoai Vallev. aerainst the Rno.k- T.land A. Peoria Railway company, from $1,- 800 to $1,000. When you eat the T.-C brand of product you are avoiding the dan- gen Of trichina, ehn era ar.d other diseases in hogs. Have no other Mild cure, delicate .flavor, hlth grade, government inspected. Have VOn heard fthnaa nlt timn plantation song, jabilea and old songs sang In that melodions way tbat only a negro can sine? Se cure a seat at Harper's theatre this evening, and yon will hear them. There is a wide difference in the sentiment of the weekly at the south end Of the COUntv aa enmnarerf with one In another portion, apropos of the Woodmen head office removal question. List to the Reynolds Press: "Obstinate Fnltnn atill hangs on with death-like grip to the head offices of the Un.... rnnA, of America. This injunction busi ness is getting to be quite an art. The FnltOn minnritw ha, mnnnaaAnA nicelv so far in nraisaftlna tka ariahaa lot the ereat maiorit fmm heine- carried out." The Old man whn Innt. nne at the World With clear anil awaa cannot help feeling great gratifica tion at the thought that his children have inherited from him no weak ness nor tsilllanm n Tki J wv Uia)3EC healthy old man is the man who has tk.Ank . ... , ... .. .. muiijjuuui mu uie xept nis cigesuoa good and his blood pure. Not one In a thousand does do if Germs go throneh the healthw hn4 withnnt effect. set them once ficd lodgment, or let them find a weak spot, they i'l develon hw the million tA the blood Brill be fall nf than,' Instead of giving strength to the tissues, it will force UPOn them innntritinna matter, and tbe man will lose flesh la tn disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi cal disco rer-w fa tha matMU that absolutely and infallibly cures all klj J:r . . ... w uisciKa, ana almost aii aiav wos an 0100a aiteatei. it isn't a eases are mom diseases. It isn't called disease. It Is a medicine for the whole body. It forces out all Ue germa of disease.- and replaoes im- There will he narwfaea la St.. .J on churches tomorrow as follows: - BU".rtrJ2d sweev s. T. d., and eetebratioa i Trtntty mtaeoaa, earner of Hteta a-. , X . wrovvjar, WW TTaTlfT aatal 1111-1 aVtlai aawfirwal-ina. a. a, .n.st - V - Trinity ' Btleaoanl . . ... S!tB n 'SSiSiJ" Bay-,- F. Bweet! ittm " -o-areeaoo Thomaa afaeUn,. deaa and pastor: Joba H. Cannon, assistant. Haas at S aTaauaTileaa av veaperiatlB.nl. Sundav aeaool aa 1 - - . ..naiiaj -aimsi SC Mary's Germaa CathoUa. mw, ot rotnth avetnra and TwentT-eeoond ana, Bev. Bernard Baak. pastor. afaeaMBarai SiboViat JjiTp. in uermaa Mtberaa. . corner of Twen tieth street and Fifth avenue; Rev. C. A htennieke pastor. Dei vices at HM a. aa and liN p.m. Sunday school at! js a. m. Urace 3wiiidi Ljitberaa: amner of wnj-mana aaiwa aaa seventa avesme. Rev. Joseph L. hf urpby paator. 8ervioea at 10-& a. i. bjiu imp. oi. oiumsT acaooi at Sua a. m. - u . 0wvuwh uiaivinHa), oorner oi Bsli h V II . rourteentn atreet ana f ourth avenue. Rev Carl K. 81tt, pastor. Berrtoea at 10: JO a. at. na T:W . m. . suntuy senool at S n. aa. Zlon - SwedMi lAitneran. - Kawaath avenae. oervieea at iu:sd a. m. aaa TM D. Ba Kims. afihool at Sr3Q a.m. uciiuwciimihciig.1, a. i-iui iiircrt Detweca Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rev. Tbeo. F. Km. ger. pastor: aervioes at 10 a. m. aaa 7JS p. m. Bonday scboolatXp. BL first rsaptist. eorner or TDtroi avenua and mteeBta atreet. tlev. tjaritoa s. Ta,inr rn. r uiTvicwi at 10:4a- a. m m.njl ?.n M Ereaine subject. "Tbe Voice of God." Fourth in a seiies of -Voices. " Sunday aehool at 8 S0 a. m. B. V. P. D. meetlnr at :B0 p. nv. led ty T. J. bemon Topio, -How can We Bee Hala rair Patanf1 JnniAr ..In. . tt . . cree Bweowa miwaoai, eorner el as) veata sirewt aaai uu avenue. Demos at s:au p. a. Prayer meeting Thursday at S p. m. Vmnm&l Iknn. I. . .9 . ... . . muwuiM u.ii.ft -ww ui .fiuuu BilWUS. im?t. r. xa. use, paaior; mil ihmjb at lw a. m .1 m U....I.. ...... .1 - Y. P. U. at S:S9p. m. Second Baptbt, S27 Sixth avenue. Rev Washington, pat. tor; services at 10J0 a. at ami 7-V) n m fiiiiwl. Mhnd . f wm 8wediah BaDtist. nomeir of VwaaivJIaza atreet and Fifth avenue, Bev. Lafferqul.st. paa- w.r. mru?a -aa uaju a. na. ama e.uw D ilrttt MethodiMt, eorner of Fifth avenue and niueKeaia ni.ruet. ner. t;. u. Met ;iiiioh Eastor. cervices at iu:4f a. m. and 7:30 p n ornina aubiect. "The Sninaa off tKunuriM. eveniuK, "Tbe If ark ot God." Sunday aehool at :: a. m. Junior league at zdO p. nu- p- vrcuuau Hcwuuma, ovrncr OT DIXtB BVeBUO and Fourteenth atreet, Rev.F. H. HoUmann, umiur.HrTiccai iu:aa a. no. ana :w p. m. Sunday acbool at 9:15 a. m. Ep worth league at. T n m EdKewodd Park Metbodtat, aervfoen tn old MA "7 ukiuJ ,...11 : . . i. "-"w. uuiNuiK a. aa a. ill. ouaoay aehool at 10 a. m. Ninth Street Methodist, Ninth atreet, be tween Fifth and Sixtk avonuaa- ai.T.... t 10:45 a. m. and 730 p. m. Sunday aehool at Broadway Presbyterian, eorner of Twenty third street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. 8. marquis, pastor services at 10:15 a. m. I p. m- saornins; subject, "Cornelius, a n raceaer Alter Truth:" evening, "The Death of Abraham, or Faith a Victory." Sun day school at t:16 a.m. Young People s meet- ITnltrt Pmm1,m.-.. an... . . , .iura avenue ant Fourteenth street. Itev. H. C. Marahan aut Services at 1U:45 a. m. and 7:30 n. m. Prunk. taK morning and evening by Bev. David Mo- - iuJ: McrsnwM oi the lrde supper will be admmistered after tbe morning ser vice. Sunday school at 30 a. m7 Younx people s meeting at :45 p. m. central Presbyterian. Seeond avenue, be tween r ouneentn ana Fifteenth streets. Rev. Ira W.Allen, Jr., pastor; services at 10: 4S a. m. and :. p. m. Morning subject. "Needs of the r reeilmen:" evening. 'Thu Pinal c. day school at 9:15 a. m. Young People's Aiken Street Chanel, Presbyterian, South Rock Island. Itev. L W. Allen Jr nn.,UTL'? day school at t p. m.; services every Tuesday South Park Chapel, Presbyterian, fain street and Fifteenth avenue. Rev. W. S. Marquia, ...j . ouuouj acuuui at sua p. aa.; aervli Tuesday at T:30 n. m. Memorial Christiaa. Rev. T. W. Grafton naav nw . .... . a 1 . uu.icc a. i":,.i a. m. ana t-jM p. m. - , j-. vauroa, Biaraaing Orders: eveninir. "Christ as a Liberator. stW. uj wow at w:ia a. m. Y.P. 8. C. K. at 6:30 n ia.. am. w.ia. uiion, leaner. Topic. "Op- - v-wh. . . mj wiu pre side at the organ. , Twcniy-Ninlh Street Chapel, Christian, Bev euth avenue and Twentymfth street. Rev. T. . uraiios, pastor. Sunday aehool at 1 n. m SaVAt.lifl Avm Uai-n-ln. D 11 . wfUtT Second avenne, aenrioes aa follow.- hoee drill at 7 a. m., hoUnoas meeting at Mr.au a. iii ooniuBM' MMUia . . , tion meeting at 7:30 p. tn. 2 Church -f Christ. Scientist. Twenty- .vv. ocucuui aoo ismtn ave nues. Services at 10:45 a. m., foUowed by . V""' upeneuce meeting every If.nnnW i """ open every viiri . uT.r"" aoept snnaay. -, - "uiok. corner or i ntra avenue and Nineteenth street. Service at 1:30 by the i'iuiti,m.iiAlik.r..i.n . . . j . v. -i. m wu ricBuyienM Cuurcu. Aa ladtsp-aaabie Balile. On receipt of 20 cents will f..rarri to any address, postpaid, a hand some catalogue of 72 nama. nrn. fuselv illustrated, ffivinir full ia- scriptions of fruit trees, small fruit. ornamental trees, evergreens, shrubs, vines, roses, bnlha.. a to .nita tit- distances for piantker. depth to plant, pruning, number of trees and plants on an acre at various dis tances, lists of trees and shrubs for special purposes, also giving form ulas for spraying, when to spray, plant, index, etc. The descriptive catalogue is 'an indispensable guide to those who need information i.i they should not be without it. Send for it; it will please yon. From first order for tt or mora tha nrina nt catalogue can be deducted. Please nmsninr aUBt 1 will 'IUmtsn first class stock at sharpest competitive figures. Correspondence kindly so licited. ronrs verv trnlv. Ambbosb Mabtelx, Proprietor Of the Panrla R.-.- Nurseries, office and aales eronnda 111-117 - South . JatTaraoa . Peoria; Bl., one-fonrth block from Court House square. ' ... Otsaaantassi Mattes. To W hom it maw snsiwra VaIIa- j . Kin v, Is herebv civen that tha mb.mu. ship heretofore existing between William Hoeft and Herman Taatfa.. IIWWI under tha firm name nf n.r. a. Detiens, has been dissolved by mu tual consent. Tne business will te Conducted bv If r. Tlatiarna avha wrtt collect all outstanding aoeounta and ' aua usDiunea. .. . Wruxin Hokrr r HUMAJI DxTjna, Bock Island. I1L. Feb 1. 1897. ASiaitlasa Uas ate. lO. a. auca aaiaan at area a. irV7. Arcner aaamie Merarlane. Baehael Sbjrtoa.Capt.A.1. Otobloa. A. P. Ciak.Joba Pareoa. Anaa Coyne, r. E. Swaason. Gust Dayton. Clara ' Tnosaaa, H. A. DajrhvC.P - Wariey, Mra. Claaee THE C3EAHTC -A very large class of intelligent and right-thinking people throughout the world are ready to testify to the nutritive properties of Wavtek Baker 4 Compasiy s Hreakfiat Cocoa. The food value of this artu-ta ttaa in t. . - - I 1 . -t-- y T - PUDiic tnu it has ataple atfticte of the aw asrsona in aieaiut as well. Consumers should ask for, and be sure-that they get, the genuine Walter Baker & Cos goods, made at Dorchester. Mass. - - .. WALTER BAKER MfM IMfsyiMf ay-asay Headquarters Gloves and I il . ! .- a- a'. - sporting Goods at Second Avenue You Look WSOHKZIX. WHT7BBB ' wm.SrCHcimi. DXALCUS in ROOM MOUbDmo. PADrTS, OIL8, VARNISH'S ASI. BBrSH.ES . PACfTEBS PAPER HANGFBS AND SIGN WBITEBS. . 2002 FOTJ hfJL J. - iM Clealg Udo ' la here and ' yea ' will want ''' ' ' that timepiece cleaned and pnt in shape ao that yon can be more punctual during the coming year. Onr facilities for handling this work are the best. We make a special effort to do satisfactory work ' and we seldom laiL i v GrkjCilCjfcrED-llnrcJ All yea need i to do is drop as a postal and your clock will be called for and re turned (o yoa In good order. . . . n . ' 1 xoua eeoona Ave . . r - REMOVAL. t i i hi SET THE BEST Flumbing, Flatinj, Sewet" ' Flpe. : Oaraateed. - DAGA2flQE i-reu anisa to pnyBiciaiiB ana ins; become in a sreat fnanv homes a dietary, not only for invalids, but CO., 144 tPKtwater. Maaa. Ifor all 1KINDS OF Bennett's Glove and Fiir Store. Better. In a Hat that becomes you than one that does not - It makes a greater difference in your appearance - than any other article of apparel can that is why It is im portant that yoa should buy your headgear from us. We see that you are hatted properly at a moderate cost 0 X AJTOZBSOV. a co. VTU - N U -bJ. Parker's Laundry r!.sws i4r-t' 1 THE PRINCIPAL 'TEST . - Of a Iandry's etneieaev asanas as - ' be tbe way it "does op" awhile shirt, though tbere are lots of ar- . iWes which leqaire am afclaLss. care. We bylas yen to compare a shirt or airrotnevartiele auuatried bm with thossrinaw asewbere and eeataottaar 1TM TUaf Ave.v lwae ISlf. DROP IN y wajaaaaaiaaaaaaaajaya U CltLY CATTOirS Vyhitdti'bon ' - rJ&tfsa&' : 7 M. ... puriHea wtvn nob, red blood. v AVEU3