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THE ARfitTS, TUESDAY; ttARCH C, 190G.
' City Council Chamber, Rock Island
III., March 5, 1906. The council met at
8 p. m.. In regular session. Mayor Mc
Caskrin presiding, end alj. the alder
men present except Aid. .Trefz. The
rnlnutes of the last regular meeting
were read and approved.
The mayor submitted a message
concerning the ..settlement of Its de
linquent franchise -tax by the union
Electric Telephone & Telegraph com
pany holding that the booksof-.the
company should be carefully audited
before the .fina,, adoption or -the. report
Aid. O'Connor moved that a commit
tee of threa aldermen, consisting of
Aids. Anderson. O'Connor and Pratt
with the mayor, be named to make the
examination suggested. Carried
The mayor nominated Charles Olson
for patrolman. Laid over until next
' Aid. Anderson from the finance com
mittee, presented an ordinance allow
ing claims against the various funds
as follows: . - -.-. -.
26th St Prop Hldrs, 3d to 5 ave.
Rock Island Areus 38 00
T - : - Light Account
leoDles Power Co. 1487 03
. Salary Account
C W McCaskrin 100 00
II C Schaffer V. 150 00
Oliver Olsen . 83 33
W L .Ludolph ............ .83 33
II H Hall 83 33
W Trelchler ......... T66 66
E W Schoede , , -23 00
H C Schaffer, clerk hire 75 00
' . T Police Account,
Chas Moody ............ 28 58
D Fitzgerald V. CI-25
J McCarthy 61 25
Jaa Brlnn, , 6L,25
Fid Pears. Cl.SK
l'nii Lyncn m so
Henry Thode 26 54
John Kinney 61 25
E P Kell 61 15
James Goff 61 25
Chas Sexton CI 25
Chas Guinane 61 23
Arthur Kinsley 61 25
John Page 61 5
Chris Vogel , 61 25
Frank Skinner 61 25
L. E Hemenway 69 58
Charles Olson. 18 38
Thomas Gordon 6 13
Midland Chem. Co. 25 00
Smith & Hause 17 15
Cralle & Co. 15 00
IL I. Sand & Gravel Co 12 10
J. -M. Schaab .' 1100
Fv B. McKown '. 9 36
Electric Constniction Co 6 28
M. J. Phillips 5 0
"Western Union Telegraph Co. . . 4 57
Anderson Bros. 4 10
Warnock & Ralston 2 32
IL C. Benson
Louis Weckel... .......
Fire Department No.
F-1 Tubbs .......1.1....CV
. . In . many . cases
the craving . for
majority of which
and i n j u r ioua
Medicine is - nut
a patent medi
cine, and docs
not contain alco
hol or poisonous
Throat and Lung
and Colds. Builds
you up. Guaran
teed. Sold in 50c and
11.00 bottle. The
11.00 size con
tains three, tlme
the. quantity of
the 50c size.
THE GREAt'bUST DEVELOP
ER AND TONIC, recommended
in the ..beauty columns of the
Record-Herald as a "splendid de
veloping agency that will fill out
the figure speedily."
THE TRl'E VAtCAIRK REMEDY
- - -
With genuine Imported Galega
(Goatsrue) and Lactophosphate
of Lime, may be had, properly
Red Cross Pharmacy
C. LINDORFF, CHEMI8T,
Pints. $1; quarts, $1.75; six
pints, or three quarts, $5. - It is
all important that the Galega
used in this remedy be of the
' very best.
Twentieth street and Fourth
avenue, Rock Island, 111. "Both
'phones. All mall and 'phone or
ders promptly filled. , '
P Frer 70 00
A McDonald 60 00
Wm: Krueger ,..., CO 00
C Milow 57 0
W Caulfleld ,... 55 00
C Church' ...,V. 55 00
D Dovle ..." 52 50
E Oberg L .;.' ...i 52 50
A Charles , 50 00
J Valentine 15 80
E Oberg 7 00
J. M. Schaab 44 00
Schilllnger ft Nold 13 25
R C Benson .., 11 00
Tri City Trans Co m &z
Henry Darts Sons 8 25
T F Egan 6 25
Gieseker & T 6 00
R I Broom Co 5 75
MreM Egan 3 23
T F Norton 2 50
R I Hardware Co . . . 1 82
Mager Mfg Co 1 50
Geo Schneider. . . 85
Fire Department No. 2
G Newberry 65 )o
E Schadt 52 50
A Schmidt 60 00
H Bioomquist 50. 00
W.L Aster 10 45
C G Apple 5 85
I B Souders 5 00
T F Egan : 5 00
Fire Department No. 3. .
J Mulcahy 66 00
W Long. CO 00
H Hermann 60 00
O Swanson 20 80
A CraUe 13 25
Empire. Coal Co 1J 30
Phil Weber 5 35
J M Schaab 4 40
D A Bleuer 2 50
Smith & Hause . .. . 2 00
J T Noftsker 1 45
Mrs H Wlreelan 1 25
Labor pay roll 38 80
Labor pay ' roll 7 95
Labor pay roll 84 65
Labor pay roll CO 80
Wm Klockau 15 40
Weyerhaeuser & Denkmann .. . 13 86
R I Hardware Co 13 00
Smith & Hause 4 20
R I Fuel Co 4 00
Gieseker. & T 2 00
M A Hollingsworth 2 00
'2d Ward Sidewalk
Lab.or pay roll 30 10
Labor pay roll 20 10
3d Ward Sidewalk
Labor pay roll 11 60
Labor pay roll 9 05
Labor pay roll 36 30
6th Ward Sidewalk.
Labor pay roll 9 40
Labor pay roll 33 70
Labor pay roll 17 10
7th Ward Sidewalk.
Labor pay roll 52 10
Labor pay roll 49 85
Labor pay roll . . . . . . . . '. ; . 22 39
labor pay roll 42 80
Labor pay roll 39 50
Labor, pay roll 15 95
Herman Ludwig 42 75
Weyerhaeuser & Denkmann ... 29.54
Channon & Dufva 14 21
E E Lamp 10 99
D A Bleuer 5 60
R I Wood - Works 5 04
Robbs Express Co 2 75
Spencer & .Trefz 2 00
. .. . Health Account
F L Yerbury 9L 66
H Van Houte 52 50
G G Craig Jr 50 00
Channon & Dufva 1 23
R I Wood Works 2 25
Peterson Brcs 3 12
A R Morris C 50
J M Schaab 10 50
- Contingent Account
G W Gamble Clerk 235 35
Aug. Heimbcck 16 60
E E Engstrom 13 65
K Go tt smaii n 2 60
John Williams 50 00
S 8 Davis 12 50
N A Larson 25 80
Union Printing Co. 3 30
Rock Island Argus. 3 30
South West Storm Drain
,V Trelchler 9G 00
j Union Ptg Co ... 7 25
I v- Election Account.
Union Ptg-Co 28 00
Rock Island Argus 22 50
' Office Account
Mrs L Dumbauld 30 60
Globe Bindery ... 16 00
Rock Island Fuel Co 12 42
Edward Nance '. 7 50
Kramer & Co 4 75
Channon & Dufva . . , 1 20
Long View Park
E B McKown secy 13 75
. 42d Street Sidwalk.
Rock Island Argus 5 00
Waterworks . Department.
Reservoir Exp. Acot
Labor pay roll 140 00
Labor pay roll 43 90
Labor pay .roll . . ; 52 30
Labor pay roll 64 85
Labor pay roll , 57 90
J W Cavanaugh ..150 Of
W Wise 77 50
Danl Fleming 70 00
E Bush 55 Of
Wm Sprague 30 35
Ham Perry 39 65
Andy Greaser 55 00
Jas FarreU .... ... ... .,. 60 00
R, I . Sand &. Gravel Co .... . .497 70
Channon Dufva . 63 40
Dearborn Drug Works 39 75
J 8 Gilmore . 18 60
R I Brewing Co 9 00
F R Kuschmann .6 30
R I Lumber Co 5 99
R I Hardware Co .. 5 06
Pemn Oil & Supply Co 5 00
Kramer & Co 3 25
T H Thomaa...
Smith ' & Hause
W U Telegraph Co 2 50
David Don 45
Electric Cont Co 45
Water Works' Cont. Aoct.
Labor pay roll 97 95
Davis Machine Shop 185 59
Union printing Co 27 30
Reservoir Exp Account.
Iabor pay roll .' 23.60
Labor pay roll S8.50
Lubor pay roll ...V. 40 25
Labor pay roll 14 00
C A McCartney 65 00
Henry Frank 55 00
II F Lamp 23 85
Wm Sprague 31 15
Peoples Power Co 116 16
Lamont Coal Co 11 70
E G Frazer 11 55
Rock Island Sand & Gravel Co 1 50
Street Account $ 24G 06
2d Ward Sidewalk Account .. 50 20
3d Ward Sidewalk Account .. 56 95
6th Ward Sidewalk Account . 60 20
Sewer Account .211.13
Health Account 207 76
7th Ward Sidewalk Account . 124 25
Contingent Account 268 20
Bridge Account 88 30
Printing Account 6 60
Southwest Storm Drain Acct 103 25
Election Account 50 50
Office Account 72 47
Longvlew.' Park. Account IS 75
42d Street Sidewalk Account . 5 00
2Cth St. Prop Hldrs, 3-5 ave .. 38 00
Light Account 1,487.08
Salary Account ..." 666 64
Police Account 1133 22
Fire Department No. 1 C90 20
Fire Department No 2 254 75
Fire Department No. 3 247 30
Water Works Expense Aoct . 1527 00
Water Wrks Cont Acct 310 84
Reservoir Expense Acct 432 26
Labor Pay Roll.
Thos Manuel 10 50 10 50 9 65 10 50
rete Anthony 10 50 10 50 10 50 10 50
J Anthony . 10 50 9 65 8 75 10 70
H Utke ... 10 50 20 50k 9 65 10 50
Tony Harper 10 50 10 50 10 70 10 70
D DeSmithr . 10 50 10 50 7 90 9 65
Wm O'Brein 10 50 9 65 8 75 10 50
John Ehlers. 9 40 6 15 9 65 10 50
R Lucas . .
Roy Reed .
H Perry . .
F Connel . .
A Judson .
II Ludwig .
7 00 5 25 1 75 3 51
10 50 5 25
1 75 '
R Lutes 90 3 50 6 10
J Slater .... 2 65 8 95
Alfred Oteon 29 75 17 50
J Jamison 8 75 10 50
S. Lukenbiehl 2 40
W Ferickson 1 75
S Helwig ..
E A Brasher
H LIdders . .
Pete D Magnet
Before, adoption of the ordinance
Aid. Anderson moved that the clerk
be instructed not to use and sign a
voucher for $18.38 payable to Charles
Olson, as policeman until he is con
firmed by this council. Carried, 11 to
1, Aid. Dauber voting no.
Aid. Anderson moved that a bill for
$203.10 for labor on the Fifth avenue
sewer pump house be attached to the
ordinance. Carried by unanimous vote..
The ordinance as amended was then
considered aad adopted by unanimous
The ordinance as amended was then
considered and adopted by unanimous
The mayor presented a message ve
toing the pay roll . ordinance so far
as It relates to the payment of W. L.
The rorts of the various city offi
cers of the month of February were
received and placed on file.
The clerk presented replies from
Senators S. M. Cullom and A. J. Hop
kins concerning the resolution protest
ing against the passage xt the bill for
the abolition of the port of Rock Is
land. . Received and placed on file.
A communication from the Snow
Steam Pump works concerning the de
lay In buikfing the addition to the
pumping station. Received and placed
on file, . ... .
The clerk presented a petition from
Blake & Murphy for permission to
make sewer connection. Referred to
the sewer committee with power to
The clerk presented a petition from
the Peoples Power company and Blake
& Murphy to open pavements. Peti
tion granted, the work to be done un
der the supervision of the street com
The clerk presented a petition from
Frank Campana for. permission to lo
cate a fruit stand and a petition from
Johnson & Haege to transfer a, . saloon
license . Referred to the committee on
license and markets. 4 . . ; -,
The clerk .presented the. bond of
Thomas Gordon as patrolman in the
sum of $500. . Bond accepted and or
dered placed on' file. .
i The clerk. presented a petition from
the Rock Island-Davenport Ferry com
pany for the renewal of Its license for
a term of. five years; also a bond in
the sum of $5,000.- - -v
Aid. Pratt .. moved that : the petition
be granted and the bond accepted.
Adopted by unanimous vote. -
The clerk presented an . ordinance
j directing the cit colieetor to report
to the county conector as delinquent
certain lots and parcels of land upon
which certain special taxes and as
6esments hare not been paid.
AM. BlochUnger moved the immedi
ate consideration of the ordinance.
Aid. BlochUnger moved the adoption
of the ordinance. Adopted by unani
Aid. Anderson offered a resolution In
structing the state treasurer to return
to the city clerk certain interest cou
pons and warrants which have been
paid and that the city clerk be author
ized to receipt for the same; Adopted
by unanimous vote.
The mayor presented a petition
from the Bethany Protective assgcia
tion for the placing of an arc light in
front of the house on Fifth avenue.
Referred to the fire and light com
mittee.' ..The mayor presented a communica
tion concerning the printing of city
notices. Referred to the finance com
mittee. The. mayor presented a communica
tion from W. S. McKce concerning the
plat of J. B. Winters' addition. Re
ferred to the street and alley commit
tee to report.
The mayor presented a bill of E.
Mosenfelder for rebate on account of
water rent. Referred to the claims
Aid. Brooks offered a resolution in
structing the city clerk to advertise for
bids for the regrading and relaying of
the walks on the south side of Seventh
avenue from Forty-second to Forty
fourth street, the work to be done un
der the supervision of the city engin
eer and street commissioner. Adopted.
Aid. O'Connor offered a resolution
nstructins the street commissioner to
bring to grade a sidewalk on the north
side of Fourth avenue, between Fif
teenth and Sixteenth streets. Adopted.
Aid. Wilson offered a resolution pro
viding for the placing of street lights
at Twenty-sixth street and Fourteenth
avenue, and Fourteenth street and
First avenue. Adopted.
- Aid. Wilson moved that the milk
men and others be instructed not to
jbstruct crossings. Adopted.
Aid. Bloehlinger offered a resolution
instructing the street commissioner to
-aise the sidewalk on the north side of
Garntey square also on Sixth street
between Third and Fourth avenues.
Referred to the street and alley com
mittee. . Aid. Pratt offered a resolution in
structing tho street commissioner to
open the crossings on Fourth street
and Sixth avenue. Adopted.
Aid. Trenkensehuh offered a resolu
tion instructing the city attorney to
present an ordinance repealing the or
dinance for the paving of Sixteenth
street and to submit a new ordinance
providing a 24-foot asphalt pavement
on Sixteenth street from Tenth to
Twelfth avenue. Adopted.
Aid. Sexton submitted a communica
tion from the Townsend Furnace com
pany concerning the furnishing of six
aozzles for the waterworks depart
ment. Referred to the waterworks
soMimittee and superintendent of wa
terworks with power to act.
Aid. Robbins offered a resolution in
structing the street commissioner . to
bring the sidewalk on the east Aide of
Twenty-first street north of Third av
enue to grade. Adopted.
Aid. Robbins moved that the plumb
ing Inspector and sewer committee be
nstructed to remove an obstruction in
"rhe Twenty-first street sewer at Sec
ond avenue. Adopted.
Aid. Dauber moved that the street
commissioner be instructed to bring to
rade that portion of the sidewalk on
he east side of Seventeenth street be
tween Fifth and Sixth avenues, which
is below grade. Adopted.
Aid. Wilson offered a resolution in
structing the street . commissioner to
open a gutter at Fifth-and-a-half av
enue and Twenty-seventh street.
On motion of Aid. Oberg the follow
ing were confirmed, as judges and
clerks for the ensuing year:
First Ward, First precinct Judges,
Val Deisenroth, D. P. Williams, August
Sehnert; clerks, M. T. Rudgrcn, Wil
liam Aster. Second precinct Judges,
Val Nold. Henry Borell, James Green;
clerks, Clarence Coyne, Herbert Cook.
Second ward. First precinct Judges,
John P. Sexton, W'illiam Burgsten, B.
F. De Gear; clerks. Albert Cling,
Frank Dowar. Second precinct Judg
es, Phil Wagner, Oscar Seidel, H. D.
Bjirt; clerks, Robert Hackett, J. B.
Third Ward, First precinct Judges,
n.nt Htiffar- Tn deanair. If vah
have tried many thing to car your
neuralria and nervoua neuralgic
headaches, thar la ona thing yet to
tijf 00a iniBBj uiiwm cure you.
ia a ruaraotead. remedy. Within
twenty minute after taking the first
pallet yen will be comfortable you r
pain will beeaaed. Take Neuratgylin
at each, attack for abort time and
Su will be completely cured. . Get a
s from your druggist for j cent.
If It doesn't do exactly what we say
he wUi refund your money. We will
gladly aend a free sample to any suf-
TfilE NEURALOYUNE CO.
Ice Moves in Rock River and
Affects Structure at
SHIFTS ON MIDDLE PIER
Still in Use But Conditions Above
Justify Fear of Its De
struction. The bridge across Rock river built
two years ago at Hillsdale by Rock Is
land and Henry counties at a cost of
over $20,000 has been damaged and
may be lost as a result of the ice gorg
es above. A movement of the ice Sat
urday afternoon caught the structure
In the middle and shifted it several
inches at the middle pier breaking
connections but not interfering with
its use. The. river is open now but a
message from Hillsdale at noon today
stated that the danger is not past.
There are stijl large gorges above
and should they crumble and a general
movement of the ice result, the conse
quences are likely to be damaging to
the bridge and in its weakened con
dition it would probably be entirely
carried from Its middle pier. The
stage of water at Hillsdale today was
9 feet and 8 inches above low water
Would Not Be Entire Loss.
Of course It is probable that in the
event of further damage the bridge
would not be an entire lows, but heavy
expense would be Incurred In repairing
t and traffic would be seriously inter-
rnpted for a time.
The movement of ice during the last
few days has caused a renewal of the
danger near Stirling, new gorges hav
ing formed and the water spread out
-"er lowlands that had not before been
J. Grotegut, W. Kline, H. Lamp; clerks,
W. Dunavin, J. Grotegut, Jr.; Second
precinct Judges, P. Schlemmer, Ben
Itinck, Sam Wright; clerks, W. Gul
lenzoph, Arthur Anderson.
Third ward, First precinct Judges,
William Johnson, C. W. Mo'tz, C. Hel
penstell; clerks, George Solander, T.
Fourth ward. First precinct Judges,
John Blake, Charles Exner, Dr. Moore;
clerks, Fred Smith, Henry Frick;
Second precinct Judges, Ben Bleuer,
Henry Lemburg, Charles Fiebig;
Icrks, Louis Winters, Hamilton Wy
lie. Fifth ward, Firet precin Judges,
C. B. Knox, R. Kuschmann, Hnry
Horst; clerks, James Collins, Emmett
Reeves; Second precinct Judges,
George L. Schmid, John Brennan, Al
bert Meier; clerks, Charles Oswald.
Sixth ward. First precinct Judges,
John Warner, E. Dunavin, William
Brough; clerks, James Dunn, Harry
Larkin; Second precinct Judges, John
Snitzer, W. Souders, David Stevens;
clerks, P. Kane, Lawrence Swanson.
Seventh ward. First precinct Jud
es, J. Hasselquist, George Wagner, Jr.,
Fred Haneke; clerks. Jacob Brandmey
er, O. P. Bersell; Second precinct
Judges, William Beckwith. John J.
Hill, C. R. Smook; clerks. Emmet Thie
sen, F. O. Hanson; Third precinct
Judces, John J. Russell, W. C. Peck,
W. W. Winters; clerks, William Beals,
Aid. Trenkensehuh presented a pro
test from property holders against the
paving on Tenth avenue from Fifteenth
to Twentieth street.
Aid. Trenkensehuh moved that the
ordinance for the paving on Tenth av
enue be laid on the table. Carried.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Brooks.
H. C. SCHAFFER. City Clerk.
DONT DOSE THE STOMACH.
Cure Catarrh by Breathing Hyomei
Sold Under Guarantee by H. O. Rolfs.
Hyomei is not a cure-all; it is a spe
cific for the cure of catarrhal troubles.
Breathed through the neat pocket in
haler that comes with every, outfit, the
aromatic healing of Hyomei penetrates
tn tho most remote part of the nose.
throat and lungs, healing all inflamma
tion and . killing the eatarrhal germ
Kn successful has Hyomei been In
the cure of catarrh, that H. O. Rolfs
soils it under a guarantee that it will
cost nothing unless it gives satisfac
tion. The complete Hyomei outfit sells
for $1. and consists of an inhaler that
can be carried in the vest pocket, a
medicine dropper, and a bottle of Hyo-
mrt. The inhaler lasts a life time, ana
if more Hyomei is needed extra bottles
can be obtained for 50 cents.
It is the most economical of all rem
edies advertised for the cure of ca
tarrh, and is the only one that treat
this disease without stomach dosing,
anolving the medication and healing
where the disease germs are present.
One would think the laxative idea
in a cough syrup should have been
advanced long before it was. It seems
the only rational remedy for coughs and
colds would be to move the bowels
and clean the mucous membranes of
the throat and lungs at the same time.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
does this. It Is the original laxative
cough syrup, the best known remedy
for coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough, etc. Tastes good and harmless.
Sold by all druggists.
Three little rules we all should keep,
To make life happy and bright.
Smile in the morning, smile at noon.
! Take Rocky Mountain Tea at night.
; T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
ANNUAL MARCH SALE
THIS section is under a new manager, who finely
the stock about $5,000 too heavy. To effect a
quick reduction throughout the stock, prices have
been cut to the extreme. This will be an oppor-i
tunity for every woman to gratify 'her tastes for
pretty china and bric-a-brac at less cost than qver
$17.50 PORCELAIN DINNER SET, $9.97.
100-piece English porcelain set. rose and forget-me-not decorations,
gold lined handles. Formerly $17.50, March sale price $0.97
$15.98 PORCELAIN DINNER SET, $10.65.f
100-piecc set, beautifully decorated and has gold nobs and handlns.
Formerly $15.98, March sale price only S10.GI5
$16 ENGLISH DINNER SET, $11.60. r ' '
100-piece, English porcelain dinner set, white and gold decoratious.
Formerly $16, March sale price S11.60
$16.50 PORCELAIN DINNER SET, $12.25.
100-piece set, beautiful rose decoration, with blue bands and gold han
dles. Formerly $16.50, March sale price $12.25
7-inch glass berry bowls 7c
7-piece decorated China
berry sets 29c
Decorated china cups and
China salad dishes,
China creamers, worth
to 25c 9c
Several hundred table
RICH. SPARKLING CUT GLASS.
30 per cent discount from
market prices on all bisque sta
tues, busts ad figures during
8-inch berry bowl, deep,
rich cutting S2.67
$1.00 tumblers, beautiful new
pattern, sale price,
Vinegar or oil cruets,
During the March palo a reduction of 5 per cent
is placed on the entire stock uf cut glass -above
specials excepted. . . ; . '
Lamps formerly up to
$6.00, now $3.95-
Lamps formerly up to
$7.50, now $5.25
Lamps formerly $9, $9.50
and $10, now $6.75
j ii j r
Tax is Due.
Taxes for the year 1905 are now dua
Parties having personal taxes and nr.
real estate will make Immediate pay
ment The law In regard to the collec
tion of personal taxes will be strictly
enforced. Payments made previous to
March SI will save cost of collection
and annoyance to the peroona prop
ty tax payer. Please bring your last
ADOLPH P. JOHNSON.
. Office with H. A. Weld, attorney-at-law,
room 59, Mitchell & Lynde build
Dont frown look pleasant. If you
are suffering from indigestion or sour
stomach, take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Hon. Jake Moore, of Atlanta, Ga says:
"I.sufTered more than 20 years with In
digestion. A friend recommended Ko
dol. It relieved me in one day and I
now enjoy better health than for many
years." Kodol digests what you eat,
relieves sour stomach, gas on stomach,
belching, etc. Sold by all druggists.
The best way to rid the system of a
cold is to evacuate the bowels. Kenne
dy's Laxative Honey and Tar acts as
a pleasant yet effectual cathartic on
the .bowels., It clears the head, cut
the phlegm out of the throat, strength
ens the bronchial tubes, , relieves
coughs, colds, croup whooping cough,
etc. Sold by all druggists.
All the news all the time The Argus
tumblers, each 1c
C8c, 8-inch jardiniers,
decorated 1 7c
China sugars and creamers,
Syrup pitchers, nickeled tops 4c
40c separable water bottles 19c
Japanese salts and peppers.. 9c
82-piece decorated dinner
$2.10 vinegar or oil
cruets, each SI. '17
C inch flower vasos,
$3.48. 12-inch celery trays,
$15 exquisite oblong
berry bowl Sll.90
$10 large rose or sweet
roa vasj S12.25
12-piece porrolaln toilot sets,
decorated in white
and gold $4.23
$15.60 12-piece set, blue
and gold decorations $11.75
$10 12 piece set, tulip
Is probably the best heat for us
humans because it's equable, con
stant, easily regulated. But wheth
er you use caloric 1. that form or
keep warm by mcanr of the circu
lation of hot water through dis
tributing pipes, we can keep things
going even if something goes
wrong. , Steam heating plants in
stalled and atlended to; every
thing in the plumbing line made
CHAXXOX S: DUFF A
112 Writ valernih gfrt-rt.
Is . our business, and we give
careful, painstaking attention
We give special attention
repairing of fine watches, the
kind that need extra careful ad
justment. We try to have our work give
satisfaction, such as will win the
confidence of all who leave their
watch repairing with us.
Wo want you to feel that when
you leave your watch with us
for repair, the work will be done
to the best of our ability and 11
a competent manner.
IVI. H. Schillinger,
229 Twentieth St.