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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, JuHE 20 1903
jfQblisQeJ Daily and Weekly at 1634 Sec
ond avenue. Rock Island, I1L Entered at
tfce postoffice as second-class matter.
BY THE J. TV. POTTER CO.
TERMS Daily, 10 cents per week. Weekly,
per year in advance.
All communications f argumentative
character, political or religious, must have
real name attached lor publication. No
sfich articles will be printed over fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town
ship in Rock Island county.
Saturday, June 20.
Servia's new ruler seems doomed to
realize that "thrones bought by blood
must be bv blood maintained."
A French journal cites the following
example to show the simplicity of lan
guage used by German chemists. 4,If
benzoynaphtylamide is treated with
nitric acid it forms two isometricom-onitroamidobenzona-phylamides,
which one gives moanoamidobenzona
phytlim'uj? and the otfcer adhyroben
The anti-cigarette law,, which has
become effective in Missouri, will
make it exceedingly difficult for the
small boy to get his coveted "pipe
stick." The law prohibits the selling
or giving away to minors under IS
years ;f age any cigarettes, cigarette
wrappers or papers under a penalty
of a $100 fine for each offense.
It is related that a storekeeper of
Scott county, in attempting to move
a barrel of linseed oil the other day.,
broke off the faucet and was compell
ed to hold his hand over the hole for
three-quarters of an hour before a
Customer came in and assisted him.
Had the storekeeper been a regular
advertiser the customer would prob
ably have been there when the acci
Just as Senator l'.urton, of Kansas,
was about to start from Abilene for
Salina on a hand car during the recent
Hoods he asked the section foreman:
"Where shall I sit?" "Sit!" roared the
foreman; "yoxflf stand up and pump
like blazes at these handle bars if you
want to make this trip." The senator
declares that he obeyed instructions,
"for," ays he, "no other human be
ing could pump so hard as I did on
that awful journey."
A prominent citizen of Pilot Moun
tain. S. C, seceded from his native
town because he tired of his neigh
bors. In a letter he publishes his rea
sons for going. He writes: "I sim
ply left Pilot Mountain for the reason
the town has so many wise people, in
cluding some of the women, that one
cannot even think of attending to his
own business affairs, for someone else
will be ahead of him every time, and
as others there know so much more
about my affairs than I know myself,
I decided to look for a location where
the people are not so wise." It is fur
ther rumored that his fellow citizens
have not put on mourning for the de
parted. The memory of the heroes who lie
sleeping on the battlefield of Stillman
valley, the only battlefield in the state
of Illinois, is kept green by the flying
of the American flag the entire year.
Whenever the flags become faded or
frayed or the pole broken a new flag
is substituted. So far as known this
is the only place where the American
ilag is kept floating over the head
stones of the soldier tie ad in the Uni
ted States. Sixty-live years ago the
early pioneers met IMack Hawk and
his warriors at Stillman Run, and
nine fell on the field, where their bod
ies were consigned. The little (!. A.
It. post rf Stillman Run, consisting of
13 members,- perpetuate the memory
of their dead comrades in the civil,
Mexican and early Indian wars by the
use of the. American flag. The little
post has also secured a monument
through an appropriation from the
general assembly, which now marks
the place of their soldier dead. This
little but gallant post had purchased
the plot of land, rixed up the graves
and made a handsome cemetery
ground of the only battlefield in the
state long before the money for the
monument was appropriated.
Might Prove a Coomerane.
The Quincy Journal speaking of the
recent meeting at Hushnell of the re
publican judicial committee of the
Fourth district says:
"Those from Quincy taking an ac
tive part in the meeting in addition to
Judge Carter, who is anxious to con
test, were C. 01. Castle, Terry Ellis,
Capt. William Somerville. Dr. Joseph
JJobbins and Jim Robbins. Tom Camp,
of Macomb, a possible candidate for
congress, was also present. There
were three others present but their
rfnies were not learned. Not half
of the counties of the district were
" The f( '"nal still holds to the opin
ion that the election of Judge Scott
will not be contested. To do so would
be a serious mistake and the rank and
file of the republican party do not
hesitate in saying so. If the wishes
of the rank and file of the party, in
stead of merely those of Judge Car
ter and the few he had summoned to
meet at Rushnell, could have been
given expression at, the meeting the
notion in favor of a contest woidd
have been abandoned."
Violation of the Civil Service.
As the outgrowth of the postal in
vestigation violations of the civil ser
vice laws are now being disclosed in
various government departments.
John 15. Proctor, president of the Civil
Service Commission, discloses this list
of illegal appointments and trans
fers, in which persons were given po
sitions without going through the re
quired civil service examinations:
The following gives the name, post
office in which appointed and the of
fice to which transferred:
James W. lirady, from Centralia,
111., to Austin, 111., postolnee.
John Hoynes, from Centralia, 111.,
to Oak Park, 111., postoihee.
Miss Arietta V. Harris, from Mon
roe, Mich., to Kalamazoo, Mich., post
office. Mrs. Olive E. White, Centralia, 111.,
to treasury department.
Mary (1. Con-ley, Wyandotte, Mich.,
to Deroit, Mich., postoffice.
Katherin N. Tyner, from Columbia,
Mo., to Chicago, 111., postoffice.
Alfred XV. Durant, from Maywood,
111., to Oak Park, 111., postoffice.
Edward H. Merritt, from Home
stead, Pa., to Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Henry Hood, front Niles. Mich., to
Washington, 1). C, postoffice.
Raleigh Hosford. from Kewanee, 111.,
to position of postoffice inspector.
Queer Grounds for Suit.
P.efore leaving Scran ton for his
home in Indianapolis John Mitchell,
president of the United Mine Work
ers, was made defendant in a suit for
$2i0.0iM. claimed by Mr. Wield, an at
torney, of P.inghamton, for the "aj
prrpriation" of his plan of settling
the great strike.
Mr. Mitchell, accompanied by his
attorney, James I.enahan. entered an
affidavit of defense. The Kinghainton
claimant was represented by John
Irving. This lawyer declares his cli
ent was the sole originator of the
plan by which the strike was settled,
and that his ideas were used by Pres
ident Roosevelt in the appointment of
the strike commission. Wiehl also al
leges that he was in the employ of the
United Mine Workers, and that his
claim has a substantial basis.
Representatives of the United Mine
Workers say that the Ringhamton
lawyer was employed only in one
trifling case, and that although asked
to render a bill he never did so. They
say many persons ottered plans for
settling the strike.
Is hereby given that a special meet
ing of the stockholders of the Union
Electric Telephone & Telegraph com
pany will be held at the office of said
company in the city of Rock Island,
in the state of Illinois, Friday, the
3rd day of July, A. D. 1003, at the
hour of 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
for the purpose of submitting to a
vote of such stockholders the ques
tion of increasing the capital stock
of said company from the sum of
four hundred thousand dollars ($400,
000), as at present, to the sum of five
hundred and fifty thousand dollars
($330,000), and for such other busi
ness as may be brought before it.
Dated this 29th, day of May, A. D.
CHARLES A. LEE,
JOHN XV. MORRISON,
JOHN A. FRITCHEY,
G EORG E P. STUCKER,
Direct o s.-
Fresh testimony in great quantity
is constantly coming in, declaring Dr.
King's New Dis-overy for consump
tion, coughs and colds to be unequal
ed. A recent expression from T. J.
McFarland, Bentorville, Va., serves as
example. He writes: "I had bron
chitis for three years and doctored all
the time without being benefited.
Then I began taking Dr. King's New
Discovery, and a few bottles wholly
cured me." Equally effective in cur
ing all lung and throat troubles, con
sumption, pneumonia and grip. Guar
anteed by Hartz fc Ullemeyer, drug
gists. Trial . bottles free; regular
sizes, 50 cents and $1.
Ladles Can Wear Shoes
one size smaller after using Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken in
to the shoes. It makes tight or new
shoes feel easy; gives instant relief to
corns and bunions. It's the greatest
comfort discovery of the age. Cures
and prevents swollen feet, blisters,
callous and sore spots. Allen's Foot
Ease is a certain cure for sweating,
hot, aching feet. At all druggists
and shoe stores, 23 cents. Trial pack
age free by mail. Address Allen S
Olmstead, Le Roy, N. Y.
Bbenmattim Cured in a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves nt once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dope greatly benefits. 73c and
$1. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Sec
ond avenue, Rock Island; Gustave
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
Kdncata Tour Bowel Wttn Caaeareca,
Csndy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
Ue.2&. fail, druggist refund money.
DAILY SHORT STORY
"Are you the manager?"
"I am, sir. How ddd you get in
here? 'I diDected the attendant toiad
mit no one."
"Never mini that. . I a xu here toiread
you a play, aiplay In w'aich. thereiia a
great deal of 'money, a l?ay"
"Leave It. I will read fit."
"Give me fivcf minutes on your time.
I will read you the first tlines. Then
you can finish itiat your lefisure."
Without waiting for permission, the
stranger, a tall, syare man. with ioIut
ed mustache antlvhin tuftw a glittering
black eye and a haok nose.Jbegan to re
cite without referring to the manu
script the opening lines of his play.
Never before had the manager' heard
such versatility inthe assumption of
different Characters. Now the reader
was the 'loving father, now ttie inno
cent girl, the hopeful man off twenty
one. Into all these he infusejfl the in
dividuality of the part, but when he
came to the principal character, the
villain, his listener was lost in) wonder.
Presently the "reader stopped,! took out
his watch and) said:
"The time Iiasked is up."
The reading proceeded,) and when the
play was finished the manager, as
tounded at the vigor of the play and
the genius of tthe reader, asked for his
"My name Is Stonegrave. Overman. I
think I have satisfied you that I can
write a play. At the first rehearsal I
shall satisfy you that I can act a part."
"You will personate"
In half an hour the playwright left
the theater with a contract, and in two
weeks the r'y was produced, with
Stonegrave Overman cast for the prin
"What at singular name!" exclaimed
every one. "Stonegrave Overman! Who
is th man anyway? I don't find any of
the thesitricul profession who ever
When the star came on, notwith
standing there was something forbid
ding in his personnel, he soon captured
his audience. He was a villain it was
plain that he was a villain and yet he
was a seductive villain who made the
part which bad been constructed to
show the superiority of virtue con
temptible. The man who played this vir
tuous role had long been a favorite on
the stage and was noted for the effec
tiveness with which he would declare
a noble sentiment. And yet tonight his
efforts seemed to be strained. Try as
lie would he could not infuse into his
many opportunities for making "the
good" seem adorable the necessary vim.
i'sme tne stranger, wnu ui ii.siuuat-
Three dozen (36)
white Leghorn Flats,
trim'd latest and best
We've been making some extraordinary
June purchases at way-under prices.
This time it's Muslin Underwear.
Muslin Petticoats with hem
stitched cambric . fc E
rnffie, come quick
Handsome white Petticoats
with torchon lace insertion
and edge on deep cambric
flounce, -value fl, C
at half JUC
Elegant cambrio Petticoats
with lace trim- f f
ming, $i ones, for A vl Vs
Gowns Three special lota
of extra fine night gowns-
Lot 1 $1.50
Gowns for. .
Gowns for. .
Lot 3 $2.50 and f iLCl
$3.00 Gowns for 1JZ7
All beautifully lace or
embroidery trimmed and
made of fine cambric, nain
sooks and longclotha.
At 2:30 o'clock Monday and Tuesday
$1.60 black Petticoats for
At 10 o'clock Monday and Tuesday
embroidery ana lace trimmea waists,
$2.50, slightly soiled in the handling
hours the price is
To quickly close some broken lines of ladies' Oxfords,
we quote for these lots some very low prices
Lot 1 Ladies' patent kid Goodyear welt and hand-tnrned
Oxfords, f 3.00 and 3.50 values, what is left
Lot 2 Ladies' 3.00 kid and patent colt
Oxfords, very special values at
Lot 3 Ladies' 51.50 and 1 1.75 patent
strap banaals, wnlie tney
Rugs and Mattings
Japanese 6-ft. Rugs in Oriental patterns,
very cheap at 1 J
Smyrna Rugs, all wool, a large variety of pat- 5 JL"7
terns, worth fully 12.50, at JLoO
12o China Mattings, yard. ic
25o Japanese Mattings, cotton warps and 17-
carpet effects m. m C
Carpet Remnants All wool Ingrains, standard goods,
best union Ingrains, Aggrettes, etc., this season's best pat
terns and colorings, in lengths from 4 to 18 yards.
75o Carpet, per yard, 39c : 50o Carpet, per yard, 29c
42o Carpet, per yard, 25c S7ic Carpet.per yard, 21c
32c Carpet, per yard, 15c.
lng villainies, he scemoa to awmaie ei
ther Into insignificance or Pharisaical
cant or both.
In the third act, wherein was the cli
max of the play, the air without had
become heavy laden and a fierce
Btorm came on. A wild wind howled,
the lightning blazed, the thunder
crashed. This commotion of the ele
ments seemed to inspire the star with
genius. While the other actors and the
audience were trembling be glided
about the stage as if stimulated by re
freshing drafts of sparkling wine. His
wit, his sarcasm, all those speeches that
were thrown in to give effectiveness
and charm to his part, fairly scintillat
ed. Once several of the audience, those
with remarkably acute eyesight,
thought they saw a myriad of faint
sparks encircling the actor, which they
attributed to the electrical condition of
Suddenly there came a remarkable
change. During a momentary lull in
the storm when the star was address
ing the man of the noble part with a
merciless satire that was making him
cringe in spite of himself, lowering his
voice and pausing to render the last
word effective, there came the faint
sound of a distant bell. Whether It tie
noted the celebration of a mass, a toll
ing for the dead, whatever it was, the
actor seemed transfigured. From the
bold, devil may care creature whose re
splendent acts and words were throw
ing the good into shadow he became In
a twinkling a whipped spaniel. There
were three strokes of the bell, indicat
ing that it signaled the elevation of the
host. At the first the actor cringed, at
the second drew back a step toward a
wing close beside him and at the third
passed behind it. During the whole of
the retreat he was still the trembling
dog, with Its tall between Its legs, cow
ering before the raised -whip of Its
Something had gone wrong, but no
body knew what it was. The stage
manager had the presence of mind to
ring down the curtain. Later he came
before the audience to announce that
the star had suffered a physical col
lapse and the play would not go on.
Behind the scenes all was commotion.
Some one turned out the lights, though
in the investigation that followed no
one would admit having done so. The
stage manager directed a call boy to go
for a doctor, then hurried to the wing
behind which the star had retreated.
When he reached the spot it was dark
as Erebus. He called and receiving no
response groped about, expecting to
find the actor on the floor. Then the
lights were turned on, but the stricken
man was not there.
For months there was incessant dis
pute as to who the strange playwright
and actor was. Some said he was an
escaped lunatic who fancied himself
the devil. Others declared that the
whole affair had been overrated, those
present having been worked upon by
W ' ft i r-
rn "-rock ISLANU.ILL. Siui'iStSH
25c to 50c Ginghams for 12c Yard
Extraordinsry Sale Tuesday Morning t 9 o'clock
2ooo yards of David and John Anderson's
finest made Scotch Ginghams and Madras
cloths, nothing better for men's .negligee
shirts, ladies waists or full suits, regular
price 35c, 40c and 50c a yard, also all mer
cerized ginghams and zephyr cloths, plain
and lace stripe effects, the 25c, 33c and 42c
qualities, 'our choice of over loo of the
latest styles and colorings at the ridiculous
price of I2c yard.
Drawers Good muslin
tucked I An
drawers JLir w
Cambric Drawers, laco or
ti immed t 73 C
Ladies' fine cambric Draw
ers with fall lace insertion
and edge, worth Cl-
J5c, at VZC
Covers Muslin Cor
S0c Negligee Shirts 39c
Men's fancv madras Shirts, separate cuffs, for
this week if they last
97c Negligee Shirts 72c
Men's extra fine madras Shirts, latest colors,
all frizes, while they last
trimmed cambrio Cor
Embroidery trimmed aud
ruffled hemstitched covers,
also full front French cov
ers, worth 35c, O
choice at m.JC
Long cloth Covers, deli
50c and 62c
at. . .
Other sale lots of beautiful
Corset Covers at
45c, 49c and .... OC
wortn from $1.75 to
leather Oxfords and
New extra wide fancy frill
Hosa Supporters, with gilt
I mountings, 50o
value at naif. ... n w
Kleinert's llookon, front
50c Pillow Tops 25c
Big showing of fancy tinted Pillow Tops
for summer work, many $ 1.00, ?5c and 50o -
values, choice at 50o and Jk
Tm sitw-in. A imv wn even in tnese
enlightened times believe In the per
sonality of Satan maintained that the
man was really the devil.
F. A. MITCIIEL.
Chicago. June 20 -Following are tne open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
n today's markets:
Tulv. ?64- ',6 7C'f- 76
Sept. 75 7iH 74 74?,.
Dec , 74Ji; 7o; 714; 7;i.
JulV.506: 50': 43; 43'.
Sept, 49U: 5o;n: 4U!4.
Dec, 48; ib'.i.; 47 J; 4'i.
JulV. SSlJi: 40V4 40
Sept. 3.;H:33!: 33.
Dec, 3JJj ; 33. ; S3 : 33.V
.Tulv. 10 92: 16.02: 16 Mi S7
Sept., 17.00; 17.00; 16.90; 10.00
.Tulv. 8 82 8 HI 8 77: S.77.
Sept , 8 tfo; 8 07; 8 Ml; fc.lK).
Julv. 9.30: r."2: 8.27:9.27.
Sept.. 0.30: 9.27; 9.27.
nye, July 5114; Ju'v 52; flax, cash, N. YV
1.C0. S.W. I C3; July 1.(0; Sep. .iH.; barley
'teceins today: Wheat 12. corn C.S7. oats
16: hoes 17.000: cattle sou, stieep S.oou.
J-Ior marfcet opened weak to lc lower.
Li1j) f.S0&0.15: mixta ana outch
ers. 5UJ&6 15: Rood heavy, 15.90.0 23; rouea
heavy, 6 9000
Cattle mareet opened unchanged.
Sheep market opened steady.
IIok at Kansas city cattle 100;
bogs at omaha 10 .wo. cattle 600.
Union stocK yards p:40 a. m.
Hoe market ojened ste.uly to 5c lower.
I-.lp.ht. ." 9526 57; mixed aull butcners. t5 00
a.i5 eood heavy, !5 95&0 2'j; rough heavy,
Catue marfcet unchanged.
Keeves 4 2 KTS5.50, cow and heifers 1.50Q
4.85. Texas steer t3.2u&i.do, mockers and
feeders 2 7.'tf..75.
Sheep luartet steadv.
i Union stuck yams cioe.
Bok marfret closed slow and weak .
LiKUt. -.y)i0 17; mixed and uutcners. 5.00
ao 15 pood Heavy. J5i'5&6.;.0; rough heavy.
5.95 u ISA J
Cattle market closed dull.
Sheep market closed steady.
Estimated receipt Saturday: Wheat 20;
corn ;Ui5, oats 210, hogs 44.00.
New York Stocks.
New York. June o. The following are the
clostnp quotations on the New York stock
so. 1'acinc 48Ji, snear 1 19'i. c. & A. com
as . Kenua. 125?. H. 4t O. 85. C. It. 1. A
P. com33'i CM. &St. PlbO. Manhattan 130,
Pacinc Mail . Atchison com . Cj5,. W. U
Tel. Co. 81 N. Y. Central L.. Sl N
110i. . T. 57. KdR. com. 49. leather
com. 9. copper 53Ji. Atchison rtu. 94'4. V.
S. Steel ptd 79V U. S. Steei common i9?,
Missouri 1'aciac 1C27. Union PactUr. common
9' coal and Iron 49'. line common 321-;
Wabash ptd 43, Can Pacific 121V Republic
Steel common . Republic Steel ptd.
M. K. 4, T. common . American Car
Kouudry common 34 Vi: C. & G. W. 183 '
New York Hank Statement.
New York. June 20. Reserves on all de
posits Increased 622.4tH) reserves on de
posits other than U. S. increased tH6.s 5
loans increased, J 1.459. 100: specie increast-u
2. 314. :0: leeals decreased. ;5.450: derosits
increased, J2.949.0O0: circulation increased
They Work While You Sleep.
While your mind and body rest Cas
carets Candy Cathartic repair your
digestion, your liver, your bowels,
put them in perfect order. Genuine
tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold
in bulk. All druggists, ioc.
6c DRESS CHAL
1000 yards in all,
SECOND dark colors, yd.3j,c
At 97c Big Drive
In men's negligee dress Shirts, fine imported madras and
rercale, values up to $1.50 in broken tizes, we wish to'
close them out qaick, so we have marked them all t one
price, $1.00, Sl.5 and S1.50 values, OT7r
choico at M w
Men's Summer Ties, 35c
Latest thing in men's summer Neckwear, white mercer
ized, plain and embroidered. Also embroidered pure linen
effects, the correct man's tie in New York City TP
today at three for a dollar, each JJJ
Exceptional Embroidery Values
4c. 5c, 5c, 7c, 10c, 12c, 15c, 25c.
At these prices we will show the best values in Nain
sook, Swiss and oambric embroideries you have ever seen.
These prices represent about half the real values of the
goods, Bo prepared to buy liberally, as this is an offering
of unusual importance,
4c, 5c, 6c, 7c, 10c, 12c. 15c, 25c.
Elegant new Hose Supporters, new and
taking fads comfort and elegance com
Exquisite Ribbon Support
ers, very good 6tyle, 75c in
Extra quality fancy silk frill
elastic satin tops, IO
very new, for. .. . tOC
Is the kind that fits,
wears and holds its
shape. Don't miss
With padded should-
ers. Best fitting Out-
ing Suits in the city.
TRICES FHOM 5 TO 15 J
?5he New Clothiers
Qustaff son & Hayes,
The New Clothing Store : 1714 Second Avenue. X
The scientific application of proner
to vhich the human body is heir,
ly administered by those physici.ti
Certainly one who divides his
things will rind himself lumivncd
of the times, while, it is possible t
principles that the treatment t a certain class ,f diseases are depend
cut upon. For instance, the ticatment of a chronic disease must difci
from the treatment of ;n ac.ite disease, ller.ee, if vou have a chronic dis
ease to the medical man who
one can be more scientific in the
Doctors at the Pacific Medical Institute. They have learned how to sci
entifically aid nature and use na . tire's remedies in caring disease.
All of the elements in the human body are. found in nature's reme
dies, and when the proper remedy is selected and administered on scien
tific principles a positive ciue is the result. All depi lids upon the selec
tion of the proper rem.-dy. a n! tK: proper method of using it guaran
tees a cure of th.' disease.
The I'aeitie Medical Institute Doctors cure all fernis of chronic dis
eases. Kheuniatis.ii. Neuralgia.
Kladder and Kidneys. Catarrh of the Nose, Throat and Stn al:. Dyspep
sia, and al! chronic diseases of he stomach, blood and :n d;-eases an
positively cured by their t.eatinent.
The Doctors have decidt 1 tgi.e their services TKl'l-: t r'l win
call upon them for triatn er.t be' r June "0 (medicines excepted). D
not fail to take, advantage' of his opportunity.
Keiiiember. Consultation and examination is F-ce. Call and re us ; :
222o Fourth avenue. Kock Island.
OlTTCi: HOCKS j A. M. TO S 1'. M. NO Sl'ND.vY HOCKS.
DEALERS IN WALL r A PER, PAINTS, OILS AND BKUS1JES.
W. B. KILLMER. FrcpiictcK
330 TWENTIETH ST., OLD THONE 12 K NEW 5121.
Davis Block. 'Phone 1143.
medicines to cure the various diseases
can only lc understood ami proper
s who hac made it a caieful and thor
tiint and tries to be scientific in ali
and that it is impossible to keen abreast
t b,oroi:jrh!v understand the scientific
treats chronic diseases scientifically. .o
treatment of chronic diseases than the
Sciatica. Nervousness. Diseases of the
yrspeday valuable fort AU Metal 'Surfaced
i3j( t,rh Jte TIM nw IDDfJ Drind ROinCF l
rtffiOMBUlDlNGS, MACt11EPY, SMOKESTACKS Etc
facilities are a necessity all the year
round, a properly appointed bath
room is particularly appreciated dur
ing the warm months. If your house
does not contain a satisfactory bath,
with sanitary plumbing, a consulta
tion with Channon, Perry & Co. will
give you some ideas of positive value.
112 West Seventeenth St