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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, APUtL 12, 1904.
Wednesday, Apil 13.
The "girlies" :in ! l,igg.-! ,f -i mu
A J'n.n.dway how for 1. The
sweet :r.ge;- nn I funny
;i:o;:f.E (honey r.ovj eyaxs
and .") others.
Mostly ; tiirni::j show fril ls, in the
Slif.'i Amiiscme-nt company's $2.",
(kh prodiu-.ion f
The Good Old Summer
I'.'.i? bc.-.uty i Ik. i n- of .'!". t-nly
1 " s.-i:g hits.
I'iic '-'.-. .'.. T.'c and
Thursday, Apri! 14.
.Itdcs M.irrv prceii J - t lie- clev e-r voiin
A inerica ii actor,
In !!. iiki.-i ! i ----- F ii I ooh'tv i j n-'.l.v
i f re-ceut years.
o? Mummy and
C Humming Bird
I'.y I -:t - i .11.
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A WORD ABOUT
Columbia Moulded Cylinder Kex-orda
were fte-'first moulded records on the
m.-trkt-t ly alxmt a year.
They always have be-cn Cold-mould-ed.
A gold mould is the only economi
cal and tfiieieut mould known to the
Moulded records are superior to the
old engraved records because they
may be made of harder material.
Ward records last longer and have a
better quality of tone.
A gdd-niuihleil record made of soft
I materia bwould be no better in quality
tlian an engraved record in soft ma
teria I. '
The best mouhb-d record ire not
niy ( ioM-iiiouMt d. Thecy are super
todd-monldcd records are less ex
pensive than engraved records. The
process is simpler.
Formerly, blank cylinder? were
moulded, then shaved, then engraved
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I . . 1 a but
April 13. The tJood OM Summer
April 14. "The Mummy and tlie
April I j-16. '-Congress of Nations."
The Illinois has an unusually pretentious-
anil popular offering for its
patrons in 'the big new musical com
edy. '-The flood Old Summer Time."
which will be seen tomorrow evening
for the tirsf time, coming almost di
reetly to this city from New York.
where it has just finished its engage
ment. Previous to its New York run
the piece has; made a big hit in Chi
cago. St. Louis. Kansas City, Milwau
kee. Louisville. Cincinnati. Clevelan i.
Iialtimore and I'liilailelnliia. I he or
ganization numbers .V people, :!"
whom are stunning show girls of tl
"l-.en ill - chorus."
SWITCHMAN GETS FXKQEE
CUT OFF IN NATICK YARES
Prank Dunn.ore. switchman on the
Kock Island at Natick, met with an
accide'nt while at work at i o'clock
this morning that cost him the loss of
the small linger of his left hand.
Dunsmore was about to mount a
moving car when he stumbled over ti
piece of coal and fell, throwing part
of his hail-- over the rail. Fortunate
ly he drew- the member away and only
the finger was mashed. He was taken
to St. Anthony's hospital, where the
finger was amputated.
j Now. a gold-lined mould is made
j from the original, and the product of
'that mould is a smoothly finished cyl
inder, with the sound record already
on it. The life of Ihe original is in
creased !? times, a hundred times., a
a thousand times.
A record is not more expensive be
cause it is gold-moulded.
It is Ii s fpcu.-iic.
Columbia Moulded Cylinder Records
ire new records, made by a new prn-ee-s.
They are not only gold-moulded.
1 hey are super-hardened.
Irre-j elive of price, they are su-
;.. .. ...ft.. ... ,n,:,. ....i.i.
blatCIION ClIA.IBf ULIN.KlNOTt.onpNV. ' . f-
fL j nKiulitol recoi-ii on toe market, anu
!- i u out I.', hi
;i I--- .ii London.
With the c its 'etc New Yoik Pro
duction. Price-: ::. to ! '.-.
Curtain C:i iri.i'iv- 1d::;o.
Friday and Saturday, pril
free tict.--t .-. ith cwiy .'ll-rciil
tnis-ioii. 'I l.c id ;, 1 1 r.ol ioi:
of t In- !.in ; i.i I l.c
w. rl l.
William H. und E.
Congress of Nations
s.- i.ioxiii pl-oti o I ; i j I t i il;il v-encs.
not inov'ii:; or motii n picture-.
-i-jin rnli- 'ii-ioii . i;i--!ii ! hit all
there i- to .ecu up-ill the elillre
e. ii t!i.
hiirii. Tw o J
they sell for only "." cents.
We have ju.-t received a large ship
rn nt of these improved records, mak
ing our stock a very complete one.
(all at oi;r warcrootns jiml investi
gate. We are. and have always been.
atreuts for Columbia goods in
f both di--i
. Prices. $.
handle a complete
; and cylinder ma
.. feet :
urs ai:d '-'
r.n. Tei t
lli ii. I! t I S.
dice. lilt !il-
if.f)o-ir,no'? si:cond avknue
K ry and
. I l. Mr.
t ime- in I!
1 1 i ! i
- I n di
Ma t ince
ne-: illu--t rating
"I'.iti Hue." pre
i vol" .". t !l till-. -
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' I'c ;ii'- .Mlc.
1!. Inc. adult-
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Agency And Information
"i7-:-'. I'.i.'idy St.. Davenport. Iowa.
Ciuius. i!ccnu:ils and informations col
lectc I everywhere. P.oth "phone--.
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Do It Now!
Telephone us to
call for your Car
pets and have
them eleiiiied, re
laid, ami those-old
Carpets worn by
beating (the old
way) made into
One side of our Hug; the other is just like it.
ILOCrf ISLAND RUG CO..
2-,-,.ri llh Ave. Kock I.-land. Old 'Phone iSPJ'W; New Thone,
It is a joy to work when you are
full of lite, energy, ambition and
strength t' endure. Dr. Tabor's
I'h-rsin Con.pour.il renovates the
system ami puts the digestive or
pans in pcricct condi.ioa. Willi
an appeme and a stror-.p, healthy
stomach, nun can overcome al
most any obstacle. Car'yie says:
"Man is a Uieslive machine sur
rounded by clothes."
TABLETS, 10c. 23c. 50c at drug stores.
helps this cipestive machine to
properly assimilate all food, there
by nourishing the bipod as nature
If you feel sick and lifeless
this is the remedy to take.
It will do you good. It will
put new energy, new strength,
new ambition into you. liy
Liquid Form, 50c. and $1.
To pfoc its merits, we will icnJ a umple
packace by mail. Free, to any address.
DR. TADER MFC, CO., Peoria, Ills.
IT. K. CASTF.KL,
It. D. Ml'DfiE. II.
Central Trust B Savings Bank
KOCK IS1.A.VH, ILL.
iNcouroii.Ti;u u.mhii: state l.vv.
Capital Mmk SlOfl.OOO. Four Per Cent Intirmt Paid o IepMlt.
. .1. I .ukin.
J. .'. l a . IV.
II. P. Cvt.-i-!.
L. I. Mi:.'-f
II. II. Cleaveland,
.Mary K. Kobiusi'n,
1!. D. Sweeney,
II. V. Tremaun,
II. D. Mack.
M. S, lleagy.
II. P. Si
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
nent. which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act a executor f and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator. Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Peceiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
ngent for non-residents, tvomen. invalids, and others.
J Diamonds Going Down Instead of Up.
J J',000 stock of diamord?, watche, jevelry. eloth.'r.g, bicycles and other
merchandise beitv old at grt bargains at Sfenel's Loan Office $
T 220 fwentieth St. PI. one green lu.5. 2
men kiu.w how
not all men know
and keep her. There i
argument on ihis point.
to gc t a wife
how to treat
no room for
no more than
there is that all men should know how-
to treat a woman. The youth, the
yonnir man. the husband, the father.
and the coiitirmeit old bacheb r. each
will tinil it will 1 e worth his while to
study the method of Lord I.u'mley. 1 lit
dear Mummy in "The Mummy and lh
llummimr I'.ird." which Paul (iilrnon
will present here April U at the Illi
nois. It is ihe sweetness of the play
it genuine human nature, its real.
living. In cat liiuir. human and human
characters which have made it a uni
versal success. I.ove and coiirasj'e a r
its hypothesis, and these appeal to all.
youii! ami oM. male aim icmale. ir
Charles Wyndham took Loudon by
storm willi thisi play. .)hn Drew
inaiii- the greatest hit of his career
with it. and Paul (iilmore is n. only
reaping golden opinions, but actually
te.-ting the capacity of all theatres in
which he appears. "The Mummy ami
the Humming Pird" is a play which
on one can afford to miss seeing. It
is a modern comedy in which the un
expected is continually making its aj
pea ranee; a masterpiece of stage
craft, presented by a company of ar-tist--.
and s-tagi'il with a completeness
of detail such as only London and
New York productions enjoy.
From the Kocho
crat and Chronicle,
t he most ot mplctc
kin I that has ever
tcr ( X. Y.) Demo
Xnv.i'!:: "Cue of
exhibitions of its
been seen in this
city was given at the P.aker theatre,
when a series of flat views, termed by
their owner. William 1 1. .Inscl n. "The
( i ii'.ri- s of Nations'." was shown be
fore a biir audience one of Ihe larg
est, in fact, that has attended that
In. use this season. The pict n res show n
cm l iracci! almost i-u-rv suoici-t of in
terest from the oriicitixion ilown 'lii
the present Jime. The views shown
are a happy medium between Ihe
moving pictures of the present- anil
the o!d-stle st ereopt icon of the past.
There is not the blur that sometimes
spoils the views of a moving picture
nor the faintness that strained the
eyes viewing the old stereopt ici n. Ev
er picture lhat was shown stood out
dearly atuf distinctly and perfect in
every cetail. There were SI", views of
all sort-, from all parts of the old and
new world." .lossolyn's "Congress of
Nation-" will oe at the Illinois t heal re
Friday an I Saturday evenings and
Saturday matine". Apri! li-ir.
In booking Ni rt h Pros'. c medians,
the management of the Illinois has
filing one of the largest popular
priced attractions -n the road '.'-" act
ing people. It specialty acts", including
those funny little chaps, ihe Ferguson
P.iio. Nonh Pro, will present for
the tirst time in this city Lem IS.
Parker's m-iis.-i t i na I i i ineil v -d ra ma.
Hand of Man." This K a new
a ihiillins story well told, full
:..'! ciean comedy. A feature is
f continuous performances.
There seems to be considerable 'i
vcrgei.oo of opinion as to the correct
prouiinciatioii of Lulu G'ascr's name.
A great many people insist on pn
roiiiieing it as though it was spelled
(laor. but the comediemi;' herself
iisi-ts ti being Miss, tilass er. al-
tl'.oiijh she spcIN it, with only one "s."
"The Tenderfoot." which was so uti
inercifully scored by the Nivv York
critics when it went there several
montiis ago wnn us recoru in pro-
need si;cce-. i:i ( hicago. is still
runi.iug at ihe N.-w Yoi k thealrc and
ti a good liii-im . which makes its
sta !i:i!i!g t h- suu-.iuer virtualiv cer
tain. "The Wiard of (I," which went in
to New York a few weks ago for a
return engagement, will remain enly
untii May L' at the Majestic theatre.
'The Man From China." a new musi
cal comedy, is now in rehearsal, and
is scheduled for a tir-t crformance
on that date.
The betrothal of David Montgom
ery, the tin woodman in the "Wiarl
of (." and Anna Fithugh. who plays
Tommy Top in the same production,
has been announced.
Maude Adams, who is on her way to
the Pacific coast, will visit Salt Lake
City. She was born there, and elale
orate preparations are being made
f give her hearty welcome on this
her first a ppca ranee in her native oiiy
since sh,. achieved theatrical promi
nence. "The l-Ittle Minister" will be
the thief play of Miss Adams
news all the time The
City Council Room. Rook Island,
April 11. Po4. The Council met in
regnlar session at S p. in.. Mayor Mc
Conoehie presiding and all the alder
men present. In the absence of City
Clerk Sehauer. Alderman A. G. An
derron was appointed clerk pro tem.
Alderman liohhina moved that the
rules be susended and the reading of
the minutes bo dispensed with, and
that the Council proceed to canvass the
returns cf the late election. Carried.
Alderman Kennedy moved tnat the
Mayor appoint a committee of three
to canvass the returns. Carried.
The Mayor apinnnted as such com
mittee Aldermen Eckhart. Kobhins and
Alderman Eckhart presented the re
poi t of the committee, showing that
th vote on the candidates for alder
man in the several wards was as fol
lows: Tol. Vote. Plitr.
Williams Wilkins, II
AM red Coyne. S
S. U. Daxon, I
Charles Obcrg. K
II. W. Ward, 1)
Wm. Kerkel. I
Engelbert Schmidt, S ...
John O'Connor. II
O. II. Uirkrl. D
'. E. Gavin. S
Thomas Jenkins-, It ....
J. P. Sexton, I)
II. L. Darby. S
M. I. Morris, K
Wm. Trot;:. 1)
V.. H. Johnson, S
Andrew Christiansen, R
Frank lawler, I)
11. A. Uihse. S
A. G. Anderson, R
Modest Verhale. S
Alderman Eckhart moved that Wm.
Wilkins. of the First ward, Charles
Ohf-rg of the Second. John O Connor
of the Third, John P. Sexton of the
Fourth. William Trefz of the Fifth
Andrew Christensen of the Sixth, and
A. G. Anderson of the Seventh ward,
be declared elected alderman from
their respective wards for terms of
two vears. Carried by unanimous
Alderman Hlochlinger moved that
the matter of replanking two of the
Rock river bridges be referred to the
Mavor and bridge committee with
power to act. Carried.
The clerk read iwo petitions from E.
hi. Lamp for permission to make sewer
connections, anil one for permission
to open pavement on Fourth avenue
between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
Alderman niochlinger moved that
the first two petitions be referred to
the sewer committee, and the last, to
the street and aliey committee. Car
The ch rk read petition from the
People's Power Co. for permission to
open pavement to extend gas service.
Alderman Hrooks moved that the pe
titions be granted. Carried.
Alderman Hlochlinger read a com
muni'-ation irom me n-nn un t sup
ply Co. asking that Second street be
placed in pa y able condition.
Alderman Wrstlay moved that the
matter be referred to the Mayor and
street and alley committee. Carried.
Alderman llausc moved that a catch
basin be piaced at the southwest cor
ner of Seventh avenue and Fourteenth-
and-oue-haif street. Carried.
Alderman Eckhart moved that a
catch basin be placed at the corner or
Tenth street and S.xth avenue. Car
Alderman Eckhart offered a resolu
tion providing that the city barns be
provided with sewer and water con
Alderman West Lay offered a resolu
tion Instructing the plumbing inspector
to extend the tile soutn to the curb
line at Fitth avenue and Sixth street.
Alderman West bay trom the street
and alloy cummittee, recommended
the adoption of the plat ofKrell's addi
tion when II. E. Krell files a bond in
the sum of $.") to bring the streets
and alleys to grade within eighteen
months. Adopted nnanimously.
Alderman Eckhart moved that the
fire and light committee, be authorized
to p'irchare new collars and hames for
the teams and sixteen turnout coats
for the men of the fire department.
Alderman Hause from the sewer
committee reported granting various
persons the risht to make sewer con
nections. Report adopted unanimous
ly. Adjourned on motion of Alderman
Trelz. A. G. ANDERSON.
Clerk Pro Tem.
ffci Class EUGGiSTsl
I AND OTHERS. ' I
The better clas of drncrpist?. everywhere, are r.-icn of scientific nttainmcnts ami high integrity,
who devote their lives to the welfare of their follow- r.ien in supplying the l est of remedies and
purest medicinal agents of known value, iu accordance with physicians' prescriptions and
scientific formula. Druggists of the better clas manufacture many excellent remedies, but
always under original or ollicinal names and they never soil false brand.?, or imitation medicines.
They are the men to deal with when i:i need of a::y:hir.g in their line, which usually includes
all standard remedies and corresponding adjuncts Yf a ihsi-ciss pharmacy and the "finest and
best of toilet articles and preparations and many use fid accessories ar.d remedial appliances.
The earning of a fair living, with the satisfaction which arises from a knowiedce of the ben fits
conferred upon their patrons and assistance to the medical profession, is usuallv their greatest
reward for long years of study and many hours of daily toil. They all know "that Hyrup of
Figs is an excellent laxative remedy ar.d that it gives universal satisfaction, ar.d therefore they
are selling many millions cf bottles annually to the well informed purchasers of the choicest
remedies, and they always take pleasure in'handing out the genuine article bearing the full
name of the Company California Fi
up Co. printed on the front cf every package.
They know lhat in cas-?s of colds and headaches attended l v biliousness and constipation and
of weakness or torpidity of the liver and bowels, arising from irregular habits, indigestion, or
over-eating, that there is no other remedy so pieasant, prompt and beneficial in its effects as
Syrup of Figs, and they are glad to sell it because it gives universal satisfaction.
Owing to the excellence of Syrup of Figs, the universal satisfaction which it gives and the
immense demand for it. imitations have been made, tried and condemned, but there are
individual druggists to be found, here and there, who do not maintain the dignity and principles
of the profession and whose greed gets the better of their judgim nt, and who do not hesitate
to recommend and try to sell the imitations in order to make a larger profit. Such preparations
sometimes have the name t: Syrup of Figs" or "Fig Syrup"' and of some piratical concern,
or fictitious fig syrup company, printed on the package,"but they never have the full name of
the Company California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of the package. The imitations
should be rejected because they are injurious to the system. In order to sell the imitations
they find it necessary to resort to misrepresentation or deception, and whenever a deale r passes
off on a customer a preparation under the name of ''Syrup cf Fig" or ''Fig Syrup," which
does not bear the full name of the California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of the package,
he is attempting to deceive and mislead the patron" who has been so unfortunate as to enter his
establishment, whether it bo large or small, for if the dealer resorts to misrepresentation and
and deception in one case he will do so with other medicinal agents, and in the filling of
physicians' prescriptions, and should be avoided by every one who values health and happiness.
Knowing that the great majority of druesrists are reliable, we suprdv the immense demand
for our excellent remedy entirelv through the druccists, of whom it may be purchased every
where, in original packages only, at the regular price of fifty cents per bottle, but as exceptions
exist it is necessary to inform the public of the facts, in order that all may decline or return
any imitation which may be sold to them. If it does not bear the full name of the Company
California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of every package, do not hesitate to return the
article and to demand the return of your money, and in future go to one of the letter class of
druggists wno will sell you what you wish and the best of everything in his line at reasonable prices.
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
A spring blessing f.ir the sick and
ai"ioted. A tonic for the whole family.
Malces and keeps them veil. Cleanse
yr.i,r system with Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. 35 e-enis. tea or tablet.
T. II. Thomas, pharmacist.
list ate of Nils Saf. Inventory filed
Estate of Charles C. ( alter. H. b.
Evster. .Ii hn T. Stafford and .1. I'.
(Vmcgys appointed appraisers.
Estate of John A. i'avne. Execu
tor's annual report filed.
Estate of Nancy Allen. Inventory
filed herein- Feb. I.'i. I'.iol. examined
and approved. Claim of Dr. .1. E.
.s;iv a In-wed in class ." at .ft-!.
E.-tate of Jacob Simmon. Proof of
notice of petition for proliate of will
tiled. Depositions of subscribing wit
nesses to will taken in open court in
proof of execution 1 hereof ti'ed and
approved and will admitted to pro
bale. Petit?- n by Kosetta Simmon
and Peter Simmon for letters testa
mentary filed. Petition granted. Ex
ecutors oijth taken si ml. hied. Indi
vidual bond of Peter Simnx n as such
execute r tiled and approve-d. security
thereon being waived in and by said
vi!i. and letters testamentary issued
to them. J hn Heck. Elvvood tlritlith
and John Wedged appointed appraisers'.
Estate- eif Marv Adams bvndo. Proof
of de-ath filed. Will pri'sente-d for pro
bate. IVli;i n for probate-of will file-d.
Hearing' on petition for probate set
for Thursday. May P. 0 1. at in oVIock
In re- adoption of Madelena Maria
Van Il I'cke and Anna llele-na Louisa
Van Hoecke by Pie-t Van Acker and
Louisa Van Acker, his wife. Came-il
Van lloccke and Marv Van Hoecke.
parents f said children, appear in
open court a net waive notice- herein.
Consent of both f sail pare-nts to
adoption filed herein. In th f r aid
children being under the age of It
years. Petition for adoption l.v Pie!
Van Acker and Louisa Van AoLor. his
wife, who are- both resiiicnts of thi
state. tiled. Evidence heard in open
coi;rt ami I. earing coin iiiae-n io .vorii
1'. at ! o'clock a. m.
iWHEH IH DOUBT CONSULT THE BEST,!
J -." years of successful experience in curing Chronic, Nervous and Pri-
-! vate Disoase-s of both sexes. Ele-ven vears permanent lv located in
r Davennort. where he has cured thousands of cases of Chronic?
. . ... .
j eases pronoiineeei incurable by others, proves conclusively that lu. t
" WALSH is the Hcst and Most Successful Specialist in the Tri-Cit ies. I
4- JllS&&s ffigji
Nothing- I'fjnal to CliamlM-rlMlri Cnllo
CJholen mul lllarrliM Ii-m- v for
J towel Coraplatintu lu Clilll--n.
"We- have iist-d Chamberlain's Colic-,
Cholera and Diarrhoea l.'emedv in our
family for vnr-." says Mrs. J. I!.
Cooke, of Ncderlands. Texas. "We have
given it to all our children. We have
used other medicines for the same'
pi!-pose. but never found anything
to ceiiial ' liaiiii.eriaiii s. If von will
ii-c it as diree-ted it will always cure."
For sale bv a!l druggists.
Dir. j. e. walsii.
Dr. WdlsK Cures When Others FeJl.
. Nervous Debility,
j Slee-piessncss, Stricture, Weakness of Men, Failing Memory, Menial
j Delusions. Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Hronchit is, l!ood Diseases,
J Scrofula, Piles, and Kidney Diseases.
sti Tcring from Nervous Exhaustion. I'calae-he, P.ackache, Con-fipa-"
tion. Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, or any other disease pecu-
liar to t he sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of Ids j
i:i:mi..!i:i:i:. it pays to
CONSULT THE P.EST FIKST.
J Vibrevtion svnd Electricity.
JL U't) vears" expe-riehce has iiiade
of curing chronic diseases. II
ai. ( ialv inisin,
J is a frcepi -nt cause
J" v it h ot hers w hen
I" tre atmcnt.s'.'
" Only c maid
cured by mail.
Dr. Walsh a master of the
e uses all forms of Elect l icit v, ine-luding
Catanhorcsis. Sinusoidal. Static and lli"h Fr--?
of nervous aud physical decline. Why frcaf months
we can positively cure you in from one to three
Sunday, ll:::0to 1::!0p. m. 'j
:i: DR. J. E. WALSH. fff4
J DAVENPORT. IOWA.
0 to 1:
cases taken. If yuii cannot call, wrib
1. in., 2 to r ami 7 to 8 p. m
Alt disease of Kidney.
Bladder. Urtn&ry Organs.
A Is . Rnnmatim. Back
Dropsy, Fecials Troubles.
Don't become dlscourared. There la a
cure for you. If necessary write I'r. t enner.
lie liaa f petit a ore nn.e ciiriin? u-t iu.it
cajse-s as yours, '.iicoiiauiiai'ots o;e,
-fr. Ke-nne-f Kiflnor and lac.vie Cnrx:
f I h cause? of ifiy ix-itul Mlire to-d v. I tiad
jufltrnl t--atjv of ki'Juey (iis..-!; f,,r Tears
m'l riilui'-u in Hei;lilu 1J puuuu-i. 1 tt
wcisti W Ifiiiml-.
v . 11. Alfej c Hl.v. uuve i urnaiT, u.
Drnsrststs. Vi.-. I. A-k- f.rv"ik Jok-Free.
er tfiTHP?n;nnc 'irec ..r.
For sale by Darpr Ilc-jse Phancacj
and CanotU'a Phancatj.
Pure as a
Our wines, lienors and cordials
will bear comparison with any in
the; tri-cities. We have- Keen rye
for good tltingM in this line, and
yon shi'I have the lwnefit ef mir
knowledge mid exp'ricnce. if .von
will but place an initial order with
us. Pints, cpiarfs. or gallons we
can fill the bill.
SIMON LEWIS. Market Sqvia.re.
Who Siaid Carpet Cleaning?
Kjerlcr Urojr.' are ready to take them
up. clean, renovate, and relay them
Beth 'Phons No 117 Sventftnth Street.