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Cook Stoves ) Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
Wrought Steel Ranges-
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
TEstiraateB for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap-
lfi17 Second avenne, Rook Island, Ills.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. Yon can pave money
by buying of ns now.
HAS REMOVED TO
To 1725 Second Avenue,
Nexi door to Crarapton's Bookstoie.
The Public is c ir liallv invited to irjspict our new Gallery The finest West of
PWfWM without any weuptW. We havt: the only earners in this vicinity 'arge
i n.. ugh to make life size Photographs direct. We have the only Gallery in this city
wl.lch is first claas id all It appointments, in f a t it contains more Instruments.
Back Grounds. Photographic Furniture, etc , than ail the other Galleries in this
city combined We have a reputation of the highest ord r an I also the ability and
determination to sustain it,
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B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St. . . T3 L. TJonH
and Seventh Avenue, IYOLK IbldllU
anr""Al! kind of Artistic work a specialty Plans and eatlmates for all kinds of bntldlngs
fnmtsbed on application.
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Bock Island.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
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Second avenue, Rock Islaud.
RcRIK ISLAND. ILL.
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
am:her new one.
The School Board to Order a Better
luilrting for No. t.
FnHllr tut and csrehr
Tl Sill Will 4 ..mniviKt
Por some time the board of education
has had n mind a new building on the
site of the present No. 2 building on
Third avenue and Thirteenth street, and
yielding at last to the entreaties of the
school patrons ia that part of the city for
better aid safer educational facilities
there, th board has practically deter
mined up n the erection of a new build
ing. Tb new No. 5 put up last year on
east Savi nth avenue has become such
a source nf pride and joy to everybody in
that part of the city that the people down
town thit k they also should be similarly
provided for. and the building on Third
avenue, vhieh is as oM as the hills them
selves, si ould le replaced. The old shell
as outlived its usefulness. and it is doubt-
ul if it is longer even safe. It was an
old bulla ng when Congressman Gest. K.
E Pitrmi nter, es-Circuit Cleik Bowman
and othe s that might be named were
oys and learned their first lessons in it.
As a landmark and as a part of historical
reminiscence the old building may do
very ww . but for a modern school build
ng it ha; passed the prime of life many
years, and should be abandoned.
The idsa of the boatd, therefore, is to
raze it and to erect in its place a two
story sol d brick building of modern de
sign, easr of access and with safe means
of exit it case of fire, which the present
building does not possess. The board's
plans wi.l meet with the hearty approba
tion of every citizen who has an interest
n the ci.y and in the public school sys
tem. hi h is the best possible index to a
healthy nd intellectual community.
Oeath'a It l.-a.
The p'tce and relief of death came to
Cttpt.an 1 Mrs Geo. Lamonl's Fon. George,
his parent's home in outh Rock
Island, at 7:45 this morning. The trouble
wasstrii ture of the throat, the cause and
peculiar attending circumstances of
which ere stated in the Argus of
Tuc9dm evening. The boy had, until
yesterd morning, taken nothing into
s t. .ii ach since last Friday morning.
but after Monday he did not appear to
uffer o to crave anything, but call for
water. At 4.30 yesterday morning bis
throat f petted enough to admit a hnlf glass
f milk but it soon closed again. He died
f starvation, and to the last breath he
was not known to manifest a fretful sign
or an vulence ot discontent. He was
well known in this city and in Mo
l'ne. He often made visits to
our ketones ana nusiness houses
and he was so quiet and unassum
ing in I is ways that people liked to have
im ab ut He liked to see things for
himself and while he was not given to
asking questions, he acquired a general
knowledge that few of his age possessed.
The li;tle fellow's age was 15 years
and in month. The fnnpral will be
held st 2:80 tomorrow afternoon from
Capt. Lamont's residence in South Rook
Island Rev H C. L( land i.fBciatinsf.
Th.y Want Pontoon
The M. line LHipatch of last evening.
after commenting on the proposal of
Col. S N. Stewart to bridge the river at
this pi int with pontoons, says.
Lt him come up here an I agree to
build , bridge to Gilbert Town for 48,
000, iind, much as we are opposed to
tolls, we believe our business men will
'go him." Such a bridge would bring a
large nouion of Scott county closer to
Moline than Davenport, and would bring
us country produce which would com
mand a little better price here than in
Daverport, for the reason that the Dav
enpor market is trequently overstocEed
ith such produce while our market is
not. Hopeless of being able to get such
a hrid ;e, a goodly number of the mem,
bers of our business assoaiation have bad
n hard the idea of subsidizing a ferry
boat to run between here nd Gilbert.
Let 0 l Stewart come up here and see
what he can do.
Th re are a great many who do not
consider a pontoon bridge practical here
at th foot of the rapids. If such is
he rase it certainly would not stand
the treasure at Moline, which would
place it in the real fury of the rapids. As
muter of fact, however, a bridge is
more seeded at Moline than at Rock Is
land. Ha ley Davenport o H ill Probated.
In the county court this morning Judge
Adai is admitted the will of the late
Bail y Davenport to probate and it be-
rami a matter or record I he court neiu
that a proceeding to probate a will in the
courty court under the Illinois law was a
proceeding without parties, and in which
no cotice to interested parties was re
quired, and that the court was instructed
as to the proof of the execution of the
will and the sanity of the testator; that
the act as to whether the will was now a
vali I subsisting will was a question to be
determined by a court of chancery upon
a bi I to contest. That aside from all
que tions as to the validity and effect of
the will, it was better for all parties on
acci unt of the large landed interests of
the deceased that the will should be made
matter of record and that an order ad
mil ing the will to probate after the
statutory proof of its execution had been
ma ie was the only way provided for get-tin)-
it upon record.
t Aruwit front the Past.
''be TFtem Watchman, a prominent
Ca holic weekly journal of St. Louis. Sat-
urc ay, printed a letter from its Rome
coi respondent, in which he says the con-
gn gation of universal inquisition has
isa ted a decree, signed by Cardinal
Mt naco, and published in the official or
gai of the Vatican, abolishing Lenten
fat t and abstinence this year. This it
ended to the whole world, the latter
aa;s. wherever the ordinaries shah judge
th , dispensation necessary. The reason
fo - setting aside the Lenten obligation, it
claimed, is the prevailing influen-
w tich is making such ravages in all parts
ol Europe and thought to be prevalent in
th. United States. The decree, it is
aid. will be auite a surprise to Roman
n .thoiu-a aa it is staled to be the first
ore of the kind ever issued In the history
o! the church.
ISLAND AUG US, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1880.
A BURLY BULLY BEATEN .
A Moline PacltIM Atteannt te-Clean
Oat HIM Boarding Honne, but Weta
the Worst of It.
The Moline Republican contains the
following particulars of the latest ex
ploit of our proud suberb:
Moline is getting up an unenviable
reputation for disgraceful fights, and
eyery day brings to light some exhibition
of the unmanly way of settliug difficul
ties. This is the latest: Mrs. Pierson
keeps a boarding house on Nineteenth
street. Among her boarders are Gust
Wahlberg, Carl Jackson and John Mark.
The former is said to be a burly bully,
"as big as the side of a house," but of
course bis size is somewhat exaggerated.
However, he is big enough to have bet
ter sense than he displayed last night.
He came home at supper time and
while at the table endeavored to pick a
fight with anyone who might happen to
notice him. He waa somewhat intoxi
cated and in his pocket was a bottle of
"snake oil." He was in search of gore.and
find it he must; but no one paid any atten
tion to him. After supper he probably
imbibed frequent draughts of the flrey
fluid contained in the bottle. Finally,
finding that eycryone was peaceable,
but himself he proceeded to the room of
John Mark. Mark is a small man, and
could offer but little resistance to the as
sault of the bully, and the latter at once
proceeded to give Mark a severe pound
ing. He was getting in some pretty good
licks on him, having got bim down on
the bed. What the result would have
been is bard to tell had not Carl Jackson
heard Mark's cries and gone to his assist
ance. Picking up a shoe that was lying
close at band probably feeling that it
was best to be armed with such a man to
deal with as Wahlberg Jackson at
once proceeded to pound Wahlberg.
He succeeded in releasing young Mark,
hut not before Wahlberg had received
some well deseryed injuries. Wahlberg's
wounds consisted of about six boles in
the head, and a gash under one of his
eyes, caused by the heel of the shoe,
which, by the way, was covered half
over by an iron plate.
Wahlberg and Mark were both ar
rested, and Wahlberg also swore a war
rant for Jackson's arrest, but the latter
cannot be found. If the magistrate, be
fore whom the case comes, has any sense
of justice, he will discbarge the cases
against both Mark and Jackson, and fine
the bully for disorder' conduct. Jck
son, undoubtedly, saved Mark trom se
vere injuries, and his action should not
be termed an assault. lie simply acted
the part of a man against a coward.
THE NEW STAMP ISSUE.
T ie Keeently Adopted Klyle of .'..
tace Which mil Noon be Generally
The Argus of yesterday contained a
description of the new style two-cent
letter postage. An entire assortment of
new stamps of various denominations has
been received. The new stamps are con
slderably smaller than the old style, be
ing nearly as broad, but quite a good deal
shorter, so that they approoch a square
form. Following is a description of the
Oae cent Profile of bust of Benjamin
Franklin- color, ultramarine blue.
Two cent Profile of bust of Washing
ton ; color, carmine.
Three cant Profile bust of An
drew Jackson: color, purple
Fiur cent Portrait of Abraham Lin
coln: color, chocolate.
Five cent Portrait of U S. Grant,
coJ r. liyht brown.
Six cent Portrait of Gatfield.
Ten cent Portrait of Webster, color,
Fifteen cent Portrait of Henry Clay;
color, deep blue.
Thirty cent Profile bust of Jefferson;
Ninety cent Profile bust of Commo
dore Perry color, orange.
"One Spoke is Gone from the Wheel.'"
is the title of a little poem by George E
Powell, dedicated to the Upper Missis
sippi River Pilots' association, in memory
of Capt. Frank Looney, one of the best
known and most popular pilots on the
upper river and whose death was recently
announced in the Altars:
Aaaln at the nbeel and lead 5 to start,
Three tups of the bell have ruDV.
lie llta lu toe whittle that hida him M part
Kiudi the rank of hit ftttswfl among.
SadW he wait., the pilot alone.
Wline mint hidet the tcene tnd itie thore
To guide her afar thro' channels unknown
From stream that ahall know bim no moie.
But hark' there's 'the signal lap," 1 let gc the
"Farewell '" and so eoftlr away
Be tteert thro the mitt u here guide UghM thine
For tboret of eternity'! age.
Ob brother' one nbeel wait lonely and grim
i nrougn aay, ai.a irom aarK uniu oiwe,
For him who afar to tboret dlttant dim.
From Father of n atart hat gone
Take dwn from ynnr motto a spoke, to remain
Dismantled and bang ou the beam.
Recalling the pilot In meai'ry again.
w no missed eery bar in the eiieau.
Aud reward ton be waits with hit band on the
With same watchful eye s of Tore,
To steer all bit m.itet ai "the tingle tap'-
To landing to safe on the chore.
Valentine Noli was held in 1 100 bonds
by Magistrate Wivill yesterday to keep
the peace for six months toward all man
kind and especially toward his wife,
Mary Nold. The prisoner wtnt to jail
In the county court thia morning John
Clark and Joseph Clark, the men who
stole brooms from in front of Gan
strt's grocery, plead guilty to larceny
and Judge Adams s nt them to jail for
sixty days each, aud imposed a fine of $5
and costs each.
Bud Allen is in for it again. As officer
Water was engaged in making the arrest
of a colored woman of herd repute last
night. Allen interfered. In the ensuing
scrimmage the woman made her escape
and got away to Rock Island, but Allen
fell into the toils himself. He was ar
raigned yesterday and his preliminary
examination was 9et for 3 o'clock Fri
day. He will be bound over to the grand
lury, and be is now in tail in default ot
The Xrw atrldce.
There iR a wide difference of opinion as
to another bridge Few favor the pon
toon project, though many would like to
see a solid and permanent high bridge
and one Rock Island capitalist has been
beard to say he would put 50,000 into a
bridge of the latter class. Other there
are who think if there is any local capital
to spare it should be put at the best
advantage which will give employment to
men. The Abocs, while not objecting to
a high bridge di ectly across the river,
certainly takes kindly to the suggestion
of investment that will employ labor
We want more workshops than any
thing else in Rock Island these days.
8c for plain calico waists at Simon &
25c for 75c quality caps at Simon &
15c for percale waists, plaited at Simon
Simon & Mosenfelder show an immense
line of shirt waists.
10c for 25c quality woolen mitts at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
IS. 18. 22 and 85c for knee pants at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Looks as if we might have something
of the beautiful after all.
Skating at the rink Saturday night.
Ladies free, Afternoon for beginners.
Special bargains in knee pants and
shirt waists at Simon A Mosenfelder's.
All winter goods are being elosed out
regardless of cost at Simon & Mosenfeld
25 e for Mothers' Friend shirt waists
(with patent cut belt) at Simon fe Mo
senfelder's. Found A good umbrella. Owner
call at Abous office, describe property
and pay charges.
Over fifteen styles (about 1,000 waists)
in Mothers' Friend shirt waists haye ar
rived at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Within two days of the first month of
spring and the merry jingle of the sleigh
bells is heard for the first time this win
ter. Maj. Alex Mackenzie has returned
from St. Louis, where he attended a
meeting of the Missouri River Improve
Supervisor Thomas Campbell has pur
chased the dairy of C H. Darling, of
South Rock Island, and will conduct the
And now Pat Rooney a Third ward
friends say they would like to see him
sitting in the council chamber, and ex
Aid. Atkinson is spoken of in the Sixth
Mr. and Mrs Ed. Eldridge. of Daven
port, rejoice in the advent of a daughter
their third childand many congratu
lations from this city will greet them in
Gen. Passenger Agent Sebastian and
partv, of the Rock Island road, passed
through Rock Island last night on their
way eastward from their tour over the
The ladies of the Methodist church
will give a sociable at the residence of
Dr. Einyon tomorrow evening. The
Philomathien socieiy will meet at 7:80
All are cordially invited.
A visit of some of the officials of the
Rock Island road to Dubuque the other
ay created quite a stir and many believe
the ereat road is thinking of including
Dubuque in its system.
S . W. Searle, of this city, was married
at the bride's home at Iowa City last
evening to Miss Blanche Ewing. Mr
and Mrs Searle name 8t once to Rock
Island, which will be their home.
Father Mackin this afternoon united
marriage Herbert R Taylor, of Mo
line, and Miss Catherine McKeever, of
this city. The young couple will have
their future home at Grinnell, Iowa.
The Women's Relief society will meet
at 3 o'clock Saturday at the Citizens' Im
provement association rooms and would
be pleased to haye the ladies wbi can.
bring clothing and material for sewing.
A freight train on the Rock Island road
ran into a fiat car on which several men
were riding yesterday afternoon, a few
miles east of Port Byron Junction. The
men escaped, and no great damage was
This afternoon Sheriff Silvis. as re
ceiver of the Appieton estate, so long in
litigation with the Sears heirs at Milan.
rove Col Curtis out t Kock river and
urned the property over to him as the
gent for Appieton.
A tri state ball league has been formed
include Aurora, Monmouth, Joliet.
Streator, Rockford, Elgin and Freepori,
111 , Beloii, Wis., and Dubuque, Ottum-
wa, Muscatine, Ft. Madison and Cedar
Rapids, Iowa The season will be five
months or less probably less
The Davenport Tribune terms Col.
Stewart's pontoon bridge project "an
iry ,md watery scheme," while the Dem
ocrat keeps its hands religiously off the
proposition and simply says people
should know a good deal more about it
before they commit themselves to it very
The Woman's Missionary society and
Ruth'9 band, of the Broadway Presbyte
rian church, will have a praise meeting in
the Broadway church tomorrow after-
oon at 3 o'clock. An interesting pro
rsmme has been prepared. The ladles
of other congregations are cordially in
vited to be present.
Miss Annie Mullen, for several years
erk and operator in the local office of
Ibe Western Union telegraph company,
to be transferred to the Davenport
office the first of the month. Miss Mul
len's pleasant manners have won many
friends for the company and for herself
during the time she has been in Rock Isl
A report gained currency yesterday and
naturally created a great deal of alarm
that a case of black diphtheria had been
developed at No. 5 school on Seventh
avenue near mm street. 1 be report is
unwar. anted and the child which has
been ill for some time, simply has the
ordinarv form of diphtheria and is recov
ering. Manager Steel is anxious to make a
special feature of the matinee perform
ance of ' Little Lord Fauntleroy" at Har
per's theatre tomorrow. The attendance
in the afternoon as well as the evening
entertainment should Indioate how well
the public appreciates Mr. Steel's en
deavors to present the best attractions on
At a meeting in the rooms of the Dav
enport Business Men's association last
night the formation of a fair association
was agreed upon and an adjournment
taken until Saturday to bear from the
farmers of Scott county on the subject
What is being done about that Rock Isl
and county fair on Sylvan Island mean
Here's Pointer For Yon.
"To our readers we say be sure that
you see Mrs. Burnett's great play, "Lit
tie Lord Fauntleroy." Then if you do
not agree with me that the play is a mas
lerpiece of its kind, the company capable
to a degree approaching perfection; and
unusually well balanced, that an evening
at the theatre was never better nor more
profitably spent, send the bill to us and
we will pay it every time."
Thus writes a southern critic of Mrs
Burnett's famous play. Which is to be
presented at Harper's theatre tomorrow
evening with special afternoon matinee
and judging from the success the piece
has met with wherever produced, it is
probable the people of this city will
accept the "pointer" at Its fall value.
Woo is Frof. asowkerT
Tom Quinn, the alleged "Illinois Bliz
zard," has signed articles of agreement to
fight with Prof. Bowker, of Rock Inland .
The fight will take place near Rockford
some time next week. Free port Svlletin
And now the sports of Rock Island are
bothering their heads to know who the
Rock Island celebrate la.
SPEC'AL ANNOUNCEMENT! B
To the l.adli-M of This Vicinity.
Cashmere Ombres, printed by Edmund
Potter & Co., Manchester, England, are
the only genuine goods of their class. All
others with simply the ombre ticket, are
with the old saline finish and much
coarser, while cashmere omDres nave me
new wool finish so popular in Europe.
Ladies should insist on having the
"cashmere ombres" marked "E. Potter &
Co." on each piece and not be misled by
The eenuine goods are for sale in Dav
enport by Aug Stkfkkn only, 226, 228,
230 West Becond street, corner Harrison.
Swbktskr, Phmbrook & Co . (New
York) sole agents for the United States.
We take pleasure in announcing to the
public in general and our long-time pa
trons in particular, that we have now re
ceived and placed upon our counters a
most beautifully selected stock of fine
goods. In embroideries, we have, with
out doubt, the best assortment of good
goods, choice designs in Van Dyke ef
fects, in all widths, in hem-stttcbed and
fluted shirtings in sets to match, that was
ever on display here. In laces of every
description, in drapery nets, of rich pat
terns, of new styles, we do
not hesitate to say that they
would compare iavorably with any
metropolitan stock . In gloves and
hosiery, in ruchings and neckwear, in
fact, in all of our well known and popu
lar specialties we show as usual the Int
est fads of fashion's fancy. Our cloak
department is already rep'ete with the
new styles in spring jackets, plain and
vest fronts, corkscrew, diagonal and jer
sey clotli9, wraps and capes in most nov
el effects- some haod-crochetted, some
ilk, some of both combined long wrnps
in spring weights, all ready for inspec
tion. You are invited to call.
129 W. Second St.. Davenport.
As a remedy for accidents common to
every day life, such as cuts, bruises,
sprains, burns, scalds, frost bites and
bites of poisonous insect, lalvation Oil
has no equal in the marked. It literally
annihilates pain. Price twenty-five cents
The undertaking establishment of
M. Sweeney has removed from 1805
1425 Second avenue.
Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses curative
powers exclusively its own, and which
make it " peculiar to itself." Be sure to
Mclntire Bkm. have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Dancing sshool at Armory hall Satur
C. A. Stesl, - Manager.
FRIDAY EVE., FEB. 28th.
Sfe3pecial Matiucc at o'clock,
Evening at 9.
Fir-l production here ot Mr?. Frances HoJeeon
butnett t dramatic ver-ion of her beanti
Under the management o' T. B. French of the
Grand Opera BoUBe and Broadwsv Theatre,
Night Prices 95 50. 75c and $1.V. Matinee
Pric s for adults aame at night; M&ilnee price
Children II years of age and under Maraud ,v
Seats on sale Wednesday .
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island Uonae.
So e Agent for luc Sheet Music.
Caulo.. ue free, mailed to any
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK ISLAND, 1M.S..
Grand Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH L 1890.
in mi or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collacteri and
remittee rree of cnarga.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms S and 4 M atonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Handsome, fine soft French and Scotch Ginghams, Scotch
Plaids, Stripes, Cashmere Ombres, Outing Olothe,
Etc. That describes
Mclntire Bros. -
On apfniint of their beautiful fast dye colorinirs the above
mentioned goods will be mow
many years past Unlike former
warranted to stand any reasonaDie amount or exposure v emu
shine, and the worst of all crucibles, the wash tnb. We will be
pleased to have you see them.
we show three grades, 10c, 11c and 18c a yard. Flannel like, light weigui, una
texture and a very desirable fabrle for spring wear. Woolen dress goods for spring
are here. Fine assortment of high art Parisian novelty dress patterns; no two alike.
Plaids all wool 49c a yard. Better coloring and finer flnub lhau is usually seen in
medium price dress goods.
As a specially good thing In dress goods we offer 50 inch flannels at 58c a yard
Nothing surprising about the price. Plenty of flannels are sold at that price, bat
not as good a quality. Of course we have flannels for less money.
Bear us in mind when in need of black dress goods. We can do you good in
mohairs, Henriettas, serges, etc.
Hock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate tbeir increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Harper's Theatre building Their
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock of . Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
there is none to surpass, they simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
.sH ' PnBnnnnnnns
.B aBag-Mjgantanw-l. HBj g? -4' ,V : i iMir annnnti
I have just opened a handsome lot of Hanging and Stand Lamps, received too
late lor Christmas trade, which I don't intend to have bans; on my hands.
Call and ace if the prices don't bear me out in this assertion.
Gh Mt LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Avenne.
Men's Felt Shoes 91 00
Fell Boot Overs 1 Oil
Arctics 1 00
' Alaska 60
" Rubbers 40
" Clone 50
Women's Arct'ies 75
High Button Gaiters 65
Boy's Arctics 50
M m-b' High Button Gaiters 60
' Arctics 70
Children's Arctics 50
In addition to thefte low prices I will give away an Bncyclopepia, valued at 6,
to each customer buying f 35 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show you the Book and explain how yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE 8TORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM 8TREET SHOE STORK
8989 Fifth Avenue
used the coming season than for
lovely cotton ayes, inese are
There is probably uo
better light fur a large
room than this No. 2 Globe
Incandescent Lamp. It
will biilliantly light a
room 36 feet square and
that means 320 candle
power. Any body can
manage it, and I have yet
to hear the first complaint
of it. If you want a splen
did light for your store,
church or Sunday School
room, call and look at it.
My store is lighted by it.