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TflJl AHOU.S. TUESDAY. AUGUST J3. 1001.
Brookman's
Specials for This Week.
Good wood frame wrlngeri. reg
ular price 2 50. sale price. ..$1
Just received a new assortment of
clot Let lines, water proof, sale
.98
price
50 f jot woven clothes line, sale
price
Good big 25c broom, sale price. .
Coffee mill, 35c kind, sale price..
Two bars Dr. WickofTa mechan
ic's soap at
23c
10c
15c
2'Jo
5c
Nice large bath sponge, 15c kind,
sale price 9c
Four quart granite padding pan,
20c kind 10c
Fine face sponges.
BBLU ......... tt
Paring knile, steel blade 10c
Bread knife, steel blade 10c
Meat knife, steel blade 10c
Your choice of fancy decorated
china plates, each 15c
100 piece fancy decorated dinner
set. worth 3 85, sale price.. ..7.15
Fancy decorated jardiniere, worth
15c, each 10c
Nickel alarm clocks C2c
100 engraved calling cards, with
plate -, 1.10
We have a few of those violin, ban
jo ana euitar strings left which we
are closing out at a bargain.
lou want to be in a harry if you
want to get in on some of these bar
gain, for they' will move fast.
Goods Delivered.
Telephone 4171.
319-321 Twentieth Street.
Great
Clearance
Sale
of Summer Underwear,
Neglige Shirts, Shirt
Waists, Mohair and all
Silk Shirts including
Neckwear, at SO, 50 and
75 per cent discount.
Stid and soft Llats, f (.00
quality, $2.80. $3.50
luality, 2.55, 3.C0
quality, 2.10 and 2.50
juality at f 1.75 at
LAMBERTS
Toggery Shop
1714 Second Avenue.
Just 1 11c Tiling
For any function whether
formal or modest, you'll find
Math's Ice Cream just the
thing. It is a delicate bit
for refreshment, elegant
enoagh to be used on the
greatest occasion and yon can
afford it for little home par
ties. Let us have an order.
Our Ice Cream Is Strictly High
Grade, Pure, and De
licious. Try oar Yankee and Sultana
roll. It's a winner. Don't
forget that we are leaders in
everything that a first-class
bakery and confectionery
turn out. Physicians rec
ommend our whole wheat
bread for the sick, why won't
It be good for the healthy P
It is made by us only
fro-n the Purina Health Flour.
Tours for high grade,
Frank J. Math.
Formerly K roll 4 Math,
rhons 1165. 1716-171? Second J re.
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FALL OUT OF GRAHAM
Evansville Takes One in Sixth
Inning and Wins Came
From Rock Island.
UTDIAUAUS PILE UP 14 HITS
Home Runs by Hoffman
Roth Scores of the Day
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Bock Island at Evansville.
Davenport at Decatur
Cedar Bapida at lUoomiogton.
Bockford at Terre 11 a ate.
One inning of Evansville's charac
teristic hitting administered the quick
linish to Kock Island yesterday in the
opening contest on the Indiana town's
diamond.
Graham, thewnite socks' southpaw,
had his game well in hand and was
receiving capital support until the
sixth. In this inning he was ham
mered hard and appeared to lose
heart completely.
Payne, in the box for Kvansville.
pitched his tirst game in the Three-I
league and. although hit frequently,
kept then scattered and struck out
11 men. Score.
KOCK "ISLAND.
K.
Rothermel, 2b 1
Kebsamen. rf 1
O'Brien. 3b 2
Hoy. cf O
Tate. If 1
Mallaney. lb 1
Middleton. ss 0
Arthur, c 0
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Payne, p 1
Total 10
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Bock Iilaud. . .0 0 4 1 1
Evansville 0 0 110
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Stolen base Mallaney. Two-base
hits Haley, Kennedy, Payne, Both
Middleton, Tate. Three-base hit
Seisler. Homo runs Both, Hoff
man. Double play O'Brien to Bo ih-
ermel. Bases on balls otl Graham
4. Hit by pitcher Fox, Beid. Struck
out by Graham, 6; by Payne, 11
Time 2. Umpire Mauck.
At Ueeatar.
Both pitchers were unsteady. In
the sixth Davenport went after
Pitcher Method and batted him hard,
making six runs and winning the
game there and then. The score:
Decatur 1 00013000
Davenport 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 2 211
Batteries Method and Wilkinson,
Bovle and Shannon. Hits Decatur
7. Davenport 16. Errors Decatur 2
Davenport .
At Terra Haute.
Terre Haute added another to its
leng list of successive victories, and
that from the crack pitcher of the
lesgue, Elliott, of Bockford. He has
now lost only six games out of the 31
he has pitched, and Terre Haute has
won three of the six. Yesterday he
wa3 wild. Bicnardson, lerre Haute s
first baseman, made another of his
borne run hits over the fence. Score
Terre Haute... 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 4
Bockford 0 00000 1 0 01
Batteries Swaim and Starnagle,
Elliott and Han lord. Hits Terre
Haute 8. Bockford 5. Errors Terre
Haute 2, Bockford 3.
At IS looming ton
Kinlock's base. Thompson's triple
and Conner's single, repeated by a
curious coincidence in the nrst and
third inninirs. crave Bloomlnrton the
four runs that won the game. Mc
Farland was not hit so hard as Bee-
dies, but the latter kept the hits scat
tered, liota teams played a sensa
tional fielding game. Score:
Blooroington.. 20200000 1
fVUr KnniHa ( O fl 1 O (1 I) 1 O 9
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Batteries Becdles and Bait, Mo-
Farland and Weaver. Hits Bloom.
ngton 5, Cedar Bapida 8. Errors
Bloumington 2, Cedar Rapids 0.
Note of the Diamond.
Evansville comes tomorrow.
Turn out and tee the games on the
home grounds.
Just a little bard luck and then
some.
Bock Island has won one out of
nine games. Davenport has taken
one out of 10.
Evansville is gradually crawling up
on Decatur. To recover from the
rut in which the Indianans have
been struggling since the early part
of the season would seem miraculous,
but the prospects are favorable to
uch an accomplishment.
ine oit repeated experience win a
game and then lose it.
O'Brien's work has been gradually
mprovlng on the tr'p.
xnere is a decided improvement in
the playing of Middleton, of Bock
Island, around short stop, especially
over that of last year. He is hitting
better and is nelding his position
mucn better tnan lormerly. Xerre
tiaute tieraid.
If Bock Island had captured every
game tnat it Had in its band until the
sixth inning it would now be way up
in me percentage column.
Evansville plays here tomorrow.
The Bock Island and Evansville
teams come to Bock Island at the
close of today's game, opening a
series here tomorrow.
President Sexton of tho Three I
league has a telegram from President
Nick Young of the national board of
arbitration setting forth that the na
tional agreement will be suspended
indefinitely Sept. oO.
FAT FELLOWS ARE THE WIMJiKKS.
Take Second of Cooteeta Foiled Off at
Twelfth Htreet I'ark
The deciding game between the
fats and the leans yesterday afternoon
was closely played, the former win
ning by a score of 14 to 13. Very
few attended the game, a fact to be
deplored, as the day was an ideal one
for such an occasion. W. B. Mela
tyre was in the game, and he an
nounced that the fats would be just
though the heavens fell, and he also
stated, in the third inning, when Sam
Dart, of the leans, was pitching low
balls, that the fats preferred "high
ball i." The game was remarkably
well done, few errors being made and
no less than 15 strike outs being re
corded, 10 of which are accredited to
the fats. 1L D. Folsom. while trying
to stretch a base hit into a 2-bagger,
in the second inning, strained a chord
in his ankle and had to retire T. F.
La Velle, who was disabled in Friday's
game, was there with the goods sgain
yesterday. Schneider's hitting was
a feature.
The line up at the beginning of the
game was as follows:
Fats Abo Rosen field. p;
T.
T.
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F.
Stroehle. c; F. Holdorf. lb; K:
Dolly. 2b; T. F. L Velio, ss;
Noftsker, 3b; W. B Mclntyro. If;
Woltmann, cf; C. G. Schneider, rf.
Leans Sam Dart, n; O. Oberg.
c;
H. Corken. lb; H. D. Folsom. 2b; Joe
Bosenlield. as: II. Holdorf, 3b; II.
Leonard, If; U. Blecker, cf; G. Ben
nett. rf.
The score by innings:
Fats 0 0 2 4 2 3 0
Leans 0 1 10 0 2 5
14
413
The lack of head work at critical
points was due in a mcasuro to the
absence ol Lull Liange, wnose inneid
work years ago with the Bald Knob
Blues was a feature.
Player Hopkins, for whoso benefit
the fats and leans met on the bail
diamond, wishes to return his thanks
through The A!;;rs to all who -contributed
to the success of the exhibi
tion. In tbe Other Leagues.
fhiojiS'o. Alts. 1". I.msiit base h;ui
tv:i k-iiv vi'vtfrilny. Ilu-re lipiujr hut
cm' At 't. IahiIs (.'iixii; n.it i
St. I,nii S.
Aiiirrir.-m Loajruo: At Pffroit Mil
wsmkw fl. ltroit 4: :it Cleveland
Cliii-no 17. Ilov-l.ind 1!; lit I5itor
INiUnriflphia o. Hvstn ;: isprond pmiiioi
Philadelphia 7, Hostoii 1.
Wivtrn Association: At Tnlolo
Ms(t!io n. Tolilo 11: at Wholinjr
Columbus 7, 'Whaling' :; at Kort
"ayn I;iytoti 4. Kort Wayne- at
Marion Grand Itapitls '.. Marion
Maaallicent Production.
Klaw & Erlanger's stupendous pro
duction of Gen. Lew Wallace's "Ben
Hur" will receive its first western rep
resentatton at the opening of the sec:-
ond season of the new Illinois theatre.
Chicago. Monday evening. September
2. In all features this great prod tic
tion in its powerfully Imprcs
sive story, in its beautiful mu
sic, and in its massive and mag
nificent scenic equipment, is tbe
greatest stage spectacle that has
ever been witnessed either in this
country or abroad. The audiences
are transported back 2,000 years
into the realms of beauty and glory
Wonderful scenes of Palestine in the
days of the phild Christ, stern and
severe, fade away into rdore brilliant
pictures of the grandeur of Borne
spectaaies or martial pomp are suc
ceeded by pictures full of poetry and
infinite daintiness. The Klaw &
Erlanger "Ben Hur" production will
ceme to Chicago from New York direct.
There will be 350 people on the stage
in the principal scenes ol ' Ben Hur,"
including 50 children. The drama
holds to the original story as closely
as stage requirements will permit
Tho book reader will experience tbe
delight of seeing all the characters
followed with untiring interest in the
story, translated to the more realistic
atmusphero of dramatic portrayal,
presented in an environment which
most truthfully mirrors the period
and locality of which it treats
The sale of scats for the first three
weeks of this limited engagement will
open at the Illinois theatre, Chicago,
Thursday. August 29, and the man
agement announce that out-of-town
patrons may secure admission and
coupons by mall, if orders are ac
companied by money order or check.
Chronic Rheumatism Cnred.
Dr. H. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind., says: "For several months
after spraining my ankle I was severe
ly afflicted with rheumatism. I finally
tried Detchon'a Mystic Cure for Bheu
matlsm, and in four days could walk
without my cane; two bottles cured
me sound and well.' I take great
pleasure in recommending the Mys
tic Cure to all who are afflicted with
rheumatism." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue, Bock Island;
Gustavo Schlegel & Sou, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
Ueenaed to Wed.
harlea IL Palmer EatrlP Klvcr. Wis.
Mi Nellie M. fwaey Munraiine, la.
William L Howem Davenport, la.
Miss LUlle Dow ci Davenport, la.
IN TEMPLE OF TREES
Methodists of District Gather for
Annual Meeting at Tin
dall's Grove.
OPENING SEBYIOE IS HELD TODAT
Dr. U. Z. Gilmer to Speak Next
Sunday--Ep worth League
Day Tomorrow.
The Bock Island district Methodist
camp 'meeting opened at Tindall'a
grove south of Milan .today for the
annual session, which this year lasts
till Aug. 22.
A number from this city have al
ready taken up their residence in the
temple of the trees and more will
follow from day to day.
The meeting this year will last over
but one Sabbath, and on that occasion
Dr. U Z Gilmer, of Hedding college
at Abingdon, will conduct the morn-
Tomorrow is Epworth League d. y
nd Thursiay is Women s h oreiu
Missionary day. On the latter day
the speakers will be Miss Fowler, of
Chicago, and Dr. Oldham. aUo i f
Chicago, who is now missionary sec
retary for India, where he formerly
was actively engaged in field work.
Daily during the meeting there will
be a bible hour at 8:30 a. in. con
ducted by the different pastors of the
district.
BUbop mil Meeting.
At Bishop Hill the Swedish Meth
odists of the Galenburg district, under
the lead of Presiding Elder A. N. Sor
lln. will open their annual camp
meeting next Friday. The 16 minis
ters of the district will be present
and a number of prominent minis
ters of the denomination from Chi
cago, botn bwedisn and American.
will le in attendance A goodly num
ber of families will attend from this
city.
BUFFALO BILL'S SHOW
IS COMING THIS WEEK
Differing, as it does, in all other re
spects from other exhibitions, Buffa
lo Bill's Wild West stands as a living
monument of historic magniliesnce.
Its distinctive feature lies in its
sense of realism, bold dash and reck
less abandon. It is not a "ho" in
any sense of the word. On the other
hand, it is an original, genuine aad
instructive object lesson, in which the
participants repeat the heroic part
they have played in actual life on the
plans, in the wilderness and in the
mountain vastnesses. So many new
and thrilling features have been add
ed this year that it is impossible to
enumerate them all, but probably the
most interesting Is a vivid reproduc
tion of the battle of Tien Tsia and the
relief of Pekln. Then, there are also
Boers from South Africa who served
with Botha. De Wet and Cronje, to
gether with Strathoona horse and Ca
nadiau mouoted rill as. 1'erhaps the
most important of all will bo the
corpi of United States life savers who
win give r xhibitions of life saving
wltn tue isreeches buoy. All will be
seen in Bock Island Thursday of this
week.
A Slide Down Stairs.
John Cochran, whoso home is in
I)wt City, and who is emploved at
the Janes restaurant at 1618 Second
avenue, took a header late la-t night
down the stairway leading from
his sleeping apartments at 1407
Second avenue, landing on a
hall rack, which was reduced to
smithereens and making a racket that
woke up sound sleepers for a block
distant Cochran, although consider
ably bruised, was abl- to bo abut to
day. Ho is shaking hands with him
self that he is all together after bis
experienco.
A I'obllo Meeting.
Bock Island, Aug. 13 Editor Au
nts: Will you plase give notice to
the following and greatly obl'go
the interested property holders on
Twenty-first street: Notice is hereby
given to all interested In the Twenty
tirst s'rect paving improvement, that
a meeting win uo ncid Jrid.iy. Aug.
16, at 7:10 p. in. at the hose house on
Twcnty-stcond street between Fifth
and Sixth avenues, for public discus
sion for tbe pushing of said improve
ment tnis tall.
A Tkopkhtt Holdkr.
Astounded tbe Editor.
Editor S. A. Brown, of Bcnnctts-
ville, S. C was once immensely sur
prised. Through loDg eutToiing
from dveppjia," ho writes. uiv
wife was greatly run down. Sho bad
no strength or vigor and suftored
great distress from her stomach, but
she tried J-Jectrio Bitters which
helped her at once, and after using
four bottles, she is cntiroly well and
can eat anything. It's a grand tonic.
and its gentle laxative qualities are
splendid for torpid liver.'' For indi
gestion, loss of appetite, stomach and
liver troubles it's a positive, guaran
teed cure. Only 50 cents at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
Ordinary household accidents have
no terrors when there's a bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil in tbe medicine
chest. Heals burns, cuts, bruises,
sprains. Instant relief.
Mothers lose their dread for "that
terrible second summer'' when they
have Dr. towler's Extract of Wild
Strawberry in the house. Nature's
specific for summer complaints of
every sort.
SONS OF VETERANS TO
REORGANIZE THEIR CAMP.
Tbre was a meeting at Memorial
hall last evening of member of John
Morris camp of the Sons of Veterans
held with a view of effecting a re
organization of the camp
The meeting was called by John
Binck, who has been deputized by the
state commander. Col. Frank. T.
Beid. of Springfield, as special aide
with full power to attend to" every
thing connected with the proposed
reorganization.
There was a good attendance and
the proposition met with much favor.
Mr. Black presided and he together
with Otto Herkert and W. H. Cline
were empowered as a committee to
interest members who were not pres
ent. Another meeting will be held
next Monday evening.
(ialeibora'a Ulx Meet Inf.
If present indications count for
anything, (iilesburg's big race meet
ing. Aug 20. 21. 22 and 23. will be
preeminently the race meeting of
the year, and the b'ggest. best and
most successful ever held on the
wonderfully fust and only dead-level
track.
Notwithstanding the large number
list
' ig 8Q j arKe tnat the management has
found it neceary to construct a
ry
number of new barns.
Galcsburg is the only place where
the stake horses wi 1 race in the west
The program includes almost every j
star periormer iu ms ciass, auu every
horse that wins a heat will reduce hin
former record. The fields of horses
will bo large, and the contests from
wire to wire, with eyelash finishes In
every heat. It is nb wonder, there
fore, that Galesbnrg will be the Mecca
to which all lovers of tho "uport of
kings" harness races will journey
during the week of Aug. 20.
In its decire to popularize harness
racing the management will give to
the holder of tbe lucky ticket of ad
mission a residence valued at f 10 -000
We hope that one of our sub
scribers will be fortunate enough to
secure this valuable property.
Cuban Free Feb. 15. llOl.
The struggles th6 Cubans hare
been going through, war and politics
are to be fully realized Feb. 15, 11)02
The troubles have concerned the
whole world The struggle humanity
Is going through all the time to keep
free from misery and death is so com
mon that it is not noticeable, except
to the one making tbe struggle
I-o-do relieves struggling humanity
from the ills consequent on wounds
cuts, ulcers, burns, bites of animals
and insects, sores of a'l kind. It
quickly Boothes the pain and heals
It s an antiseptic powder. AH dru
gists, 25c a box.
Advertised List of Letters No. 32.
1.1st of letters uncalled tor at tho postofllce
at Kock wand lor tbe week enuinu Auk. 1.
1 001 T
Anderson, Anna
Husb, '. Anna
licmiN, Arcdia
Itomb. Eliabein
HeRsev. Albert
Campbell. Frank Mrs.
I'Amel, Anni
Uouhran, Walter
Farbr, L It.
Canubi. Mrs
Uibbs N-Ule
HiiKkcll B V. Mrs.
Ueircs, John
l ewis A. A.
Mo Unwell, O. A.
Mania. Aruhi
NuU, Dariil
iHninwell. Hill
Reynolds, Ccnrge
Kounrts, M.iry
Storey. N. K
Sweeney. D. S.
Smith. Klira J.
Stewart. Dora
Searcb. C W.
SuurtleCT. Walter II.
Selliom. Kduond
TriDp. David
el.sh. Sialic
Wilson. Kmnut
Walworth, O. W.
When calling for advertised letters please
give tbe number or tbe list.
Thomas U. Thomas. Postmaster,
Puts gray matter in your head
Brings a roy glow to faded cheeks.
Bistores vim, vig r. mental and pby
sical Happiness. That's what Rocky
Mountain Tea will do oo cents. 1
H. Thomas' pharmacy.
In cases of cough and croup give
tho little one One Miuute Cough Cure.
Then rest easy and have no fear. The
child will be all rigbt in a little while.
It never fails. I'ieasant to take.
always rafe and sure and almost in
stantaneous in effect B. U. Bieber
and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
AS SAFE AS
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
We Desire to Call Attention to the
Fact that We have Con
stantly oh Hand
First Mortgage Loans
In sums of $200 and upwards, on
farms and other choice real estate.
running five vears.
The following is a partial list of
completed First Mortgage loans on
hand, which we now offer for sale.
subset to previous selections. These
loans have been carefully selected
and are first-class in every respect.
They are 5 and 5 per cent net to the
Investor. We have other loans to
offer if these are not in amounts to
suit the investor.
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The securities we offer are cipeeislty
adapted for tbe investment of trust funds,
and the Inv, Mrurct of sarines, ss our person til
attention to ail details of tue loan, from its
dstn to its maturity, relieves the Investor
fro ai all annoyance, except to present bis
coupon to iik for collection. For further in
formation call at the ofOce of
Elmore W. Hurst,
MASONIC TEMPLE.
Special
FOB THIS WEEK.
150 Pairs Men's Tan Shoes in all the new shades and
shapes to be closed out at the following low prices.
fl 00 Shoes at $3.00
$3 50 Shoes at 2.50
$3.50 Shoes at 2.00
$3.00 Shoes at 2.00
2 50 Shoes at 1.50
All odds and ends in Men's Tan Shoes at ' J, 25 '
GEO. SCHNEIDER.
Central Shoe Store, 1712 Second Avenue.
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IDBLIT ILOISr CO,
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Boom 38. Office hours 8 a. m to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514.
Gold Crown
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I bad four teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfully recommend to the
public tbit tbe doctor's anaesthetic la pe.-fecUy harmless for elderly people as well
tbe younR. T. C). Felts. M 1
I had six teetb extracted without pain. The doctor Is very careful n his ex
tracting. I recommend bim highly. C. V. Donald, n Fourth avenue.
Don't hurt a bit. 1 had 15 teeth extracted absolutely without pain, Mrs. W H
Wise. 8-3 Fourteenth street.
I bail cicbt teeth crowned with pold and five gold fllllfifrs. All work was abso
lutely painless. Miss Af-mes Herjrcndahl, 569 Twenty-sixth street.
At one siitlni; I had 17 teetb extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
alL Mrs. Marfn Jacobson. 4616 Seventh avenue.
My face wits badly swollen from an ulcerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, 3T7 Third street and Fifth avenue.
BEST BED RUBBER
PLATE $6.00
BRIDGE WORK PEB
TOOTU 5.00
BEST GOLD
CROWNS .. .$2.50 ad P
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered Examination and
Consultation Free.
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth
s
ummer Prices
COST
WALL PAPERS
BEST BARGAINS EVER
OFFERED.
ADAMS WALL PAPER GO.
II. W. WARD, Manager.
310,312, 314 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, 111.
Those Cold
Rooms
are quite uninhab
itable on windv days
where stoves or hot
But (and without the
MM
great a. benefit) trie exposed rooms
Can be Warmed
You Are Astonished.
We are t-ure you will be astonished
at tbe figure we make when we talk
to you about loaning money on furni
ture, pianos, horses, wagons, live
stock, etc., and it won't be that the
price is high, either. We make the
most reasonable charge for this kind
of service of any one in this neck of
the woods. It's a perfectly confiden
tial transaction, too, and you have
the use of the money and the proper
ty. You can have a loan arranged on
abort notice and in any amount from
$10 upward. We handle everything
as a business proposition and believe
you can get wbat money you need and
repay it without inconvenience to
yourself. Let us tell you more about it.
Dental Parlors
GOLD
FILLING $1.00 and up
SILVER
FILLING 50C
PAINLESS
EXTRACTING SOl
Htreet snd Third Ai
OURi
air furna.ee is used.
coal ma.n reaping as
M&y we tell yovi mere about It?
It mv put dollars in your pocket.
AUert l Mvcrs & Company
IDEAL Boiler, and AMERICAN Radiators.
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