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WEI DO KNOW
Hint we guarantee you perfect satisfaction
on all y, work dune at tbe Tm:hux.
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW
That we can guamnteit yotn pert set sat..
factors a'J jH work J..jn at lb T rnn.
aiCII HILL, MIMHOUltl, TIIU1WOAT, JL'ir, 81, i0.
I UOLimiKFS. 1
Head Tub Thibuni?.
W'ila Orris and wife were io Ne
lien Warren saw the ball game
it Nevada Sunday.
Another new assortment of Sum
mer Felt I lata at Wn Amc' IJ
rasr. Dr. J. II. Miller and ton Frank,
cf Nevada, wire in the city last
Campbell Uroibcrs' circus is corn,
ing to Rich Hill August 13th.
Watch for them.
Miss Abbie Harnett returned last
Friday from a pleasant vii.it to Kan
sas City relatives.
Two more weeks until the Fair.
You will want one ot those summer
felt hati to wear. Get it at Mrs.
Miss Nannie Huckeby, of Thb
Tribune, went to Kansas City
Monday to attend the funeral ot Mr.
Mrs. A. J. Stevens went to Kan-
sas City Monday to attend the tun
ers;! oj Mr. John (UMielI, who was
ber brother-in-law. ' Cbas. Weller, son of Reuben
Jce Reavley is reported to hare Weller, is up from Arkansas visit
closed a deal for the Gerard Wilson ng bis father and other relatives;,
coal lands aod will commence cp: Pos'roaster Martin's daughter
rations nejt rr.opth. Myrtle returned Monday from a
Mr, and Mrs. Bert Buckeridge visit to her brother, Bert Martin, at
went to Boonville last Saturday for
a vacation visit to the parents of
Miss Anna Connell has gone to
Kansas City to spend a short sea
son in a wholesale establishment
learning the fashions in millinery.
Miss Bessie McQuitty of Fort
Scott, who has been visiting her
uncle, Frank McQuitty, and family,
for several days; returned ' borne
---- ,? V"nVvtbia. wife and
little daughter, of Yates Centre,
Kans., came over the line last Sat
urday on a visit torjiis parents, Dr.
and Mrs. A. E. VanYooibis, and
Mr. Douglas last week sold his
east side property to Mr. Thos.
(Juthrie, wha is making some ie
pairs with a view to making it his
permanent future residence.
Judge Japes JSbeppaid said the
eercmofty en Monday evening, at
lbs residence ot Mr. Mann, residing
On the Goldenberg place, that made
Geo. Mann and Miss Grace Tucker
"V and Frank Burgess and Misa Susan
fann, man and wife.
Ekcursion tickets on sale to Den,
vcr, Colorado Springs. Pueblo,
(jlenwood Springs, Salt Lake and
Ogden, at c ue tare plus $1.00 for
the .'round trip, on the following
dates: June 1 to 11, June 25 to 30,
July 14 to it, August 1$ to 21,
August 25 to 29, and September
(Mo 15. Final return limit 0t-
uber 31st. R. A. Baii.sv, Agt.
Chas. Pierce and wife together
with Messrs. D. E. and I. P. n.il
brick and Misses Hattie and Litis
Piper, were a pleasant party over
land to the home of Treas. Johnson,
Mrs. Pierces' father, at Butler, last
Sunday. Alt returned the same
evening except Mrs. Pierce, who
Wm. Hero, the hustling real es
tate agent of Hume, collected sati
pics of corn, w beat, oats, baled bay,
potatoes, Cit;bge, etc,, and took
them wlh him to Farmer City, lib,
to the fair brld there July i), 30.
31 and Aug. 1, last Monday, as ad
vertisements of bis business and
Bates county. Mr. Hern is getting
away up at the top in his line ot
business and is bunging lots of peo
pie to Bates county,
'Prosperity is the Issue" is the
title of the great speech of United
plates Senator Jacob If. (jailing?!'
of New Hampshire, recently dcliv
eied in the Senate at Washington,
The speech l.as been issued in doc
umrut form by the Amtiican I'm
tcctive Tariff League. Send postal
fcaid request for tree copy. Ask for
Document No. 75. Address W. F.
Wakcman, General Secretary, 135
West 23d Stiret, New York.
Excursions to Pueblo, Denver
and Colorado Springs $iu 00 for
the round ti ip, on sale June unA
to 25th, July 1st i 1 3th, August 1
to 14, August 23 and 24, August
joih to S pi. 10, luial return limit
R. A, Uaiuy'i Agent,
lit ing your Job work to The
Tubi k office.
Summer bats at reduced price at
Mrs. Arties' Ilsraar.
Mrt. II. Pounder and daughter
arrived home Tuesday night
Wantkd Stove wood on sub.
cription, at this office.
C A. Slater is now confined to
his horre, not able to he out.
J. T. Reavley was in the city
Saturday last sinking hands with
Geo. IJ. Bailey came up from
Pittsburg, Kms., and spent Sun
day with his family.
The postoffice at New Home tas
teen discontinued and mail ordered
sent to Rich Hill.
Mrs. Wesley Latlin is not im
proving as her friends hoped, and
is still quite sick.
II. M. Ball, of the L'rachear
ranch, wis in the city Tuesday look
ing alter business.
Miss Emma Connell returned
from a visit to ElDorado Springs,
Gus Kienberger ol Papinsviile,
passed through the city Xlonday on
pis way to Dntlcr on business
J. T. Rosbrook. the rustling pro
duce buyer from Kansas City, was
in our city Tuesday looking after
There are five octogenarians in
Rich Hill, and two of them are mo
nogenarians verging dcsely onto
the century mark.
Mrs. W. II. Blankenbeker and,
little son Wjiliain., arrived Irons,
Kansas City Monday, on a visit to
her parer.ts, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Hound out the hollow plu-of,
aiiiiwitli out the limn Hint mip
about one's fmy; wmhi n ,m to
f.idod chrk. Ttint'a wlmt Roily
Mountain Teis dinn. ." itw. As-k
County Surveyor Bob Johnson
was in the city Monday taking a
survey ol bis new pqsscss'imu. He
evidently thinks the prospects of a
good by out excellent and fetls
quite proud of his new purchase.
Dick Wood in the St Louie
Chronicle, is a good one. He got
R. A. Jurd's sky blue bouse, wbjtc
pimrninjs and all, in his paper the
23d, with Jurd out In the Iront yard
pointing out to the reporter the ar
tistic finish of the workman on his
A wholly brilliant bit of wriiing
is Mr. Lincoln Strffens' very brief
sketch in the August McCturc's ot
John Mitchell, "A Labor Leader of
To-day.' "In the old days," says
Mr. Stcffrns, -labor knew only its
Dvvn emotions; fill only that some
thing it knew not what was
wrong." To-day John Mitchell
knows that, since labor is a com
modity, the capable leader is be
w ho can control the output of ii 5
(hat, inshoit, the business of a lot of
leader Is business. "He would put
himself in a position to sell mining
labor just as Mr. Rockefeller would
sell oil, Mr. Havemeyer sugar, or a
political boss public franchises.
Capital, however, which has found
it adt autagrous to buy ecy tittup
tUe wholesale, fights for the retail
trade in labor." The rest ol the
article is written in the same tere
and incisive way. It is capital
Gel your stationary at this otiiec.
A Good School.
The Merwin Normal College has
been recently placed upon a very
solid basis. New improvements,
new sparatus, and new fixtures base
been added. A strong taculty is
arranged for next year, and the
school will continue its noble work,
piepaiiug youns men and women
fr piactlcal Christian life.
All parties answciing this notice
hetoie Aug. 20 will thriven a gieat
lediutioit in tuition. Send for fieei
J. I. Ik'NVAiui. Pre.
Itate-a.C'ounfy'a Tourt Housa Ac-cepte-d.
Judge John March was In the city
this morning. In conversation witi
the Review man be stated that the
Bates County court boue had been
accepted by the court, end that all
concerned believed they bad secured
a good job at a bargain price. The
county officials who have contended
for many points during the erection
of the building feel that they have
done their duty well and feeling
thus have considerable pride in the
final satisfactory achievment of their
aims. The basis of setilcment,
briefly detailed, as furnished us by
by Judge March is as follows:
To arnt. original contract f ir.VJo.OO
extrn work on founda-.
To extrn plnt'T'lu-ntiiis c ZZtr,
" courwe Klone SnO.OO
" wnrk on nitt cnL 110.(0
" eiiftric wirva ' 54.1.00
" work ou ftttlra ZUHt
4 athlltlonnl winitow 34.00
extra coiicrvtcUiiibera, r, ST..14
1'jr (.lo't, pnrtiiloux, etc,
B.voM vnult doorlnbai'iiu;iit iKt.OO
tin work oiuUUmI luoe of
The IMaguo of Al u ru.
The public are waking up to the
seriousness of food adulterations.
Io Ergland recently nearly a hun
dred dealers in alum baking pow
ders were taken into court, convicted
and punished, and that rid Great
Britain of the pest. In Canada
notice has been given that the meth
od in England w iii be adopted. In
this country many gToccr base si
ready been arrested for dealing in
alum powders, and the action of the
authorities will doubtless become
general. It is now unsafe to either
sell or use them.
The Kockvlile Picnic
Last Saturday vy.jtLe big annual
picnic at Rockville. In the early
morning the people came pouring
in from every direction, each tr?l
hat cam.e brounht crowds" of people
and soon the streets were thronged.
Numerous candidates from all po
litical parties were mingling with
the crowd. A large arbor erected
on the west end of Main street and
comfortably seated, afforded plenty
?f shade for ,. The usual picnic
attractions, the merry-go-round,
moving pictures, refreshments, etc.,
were on band.
Crawford's band of Nevada fur
nished good music. Mr. Juvinel
with his negro ijuanctt furnished
entertainment at Intervals duting
the day. which was highly appre
ciated by the crowd.
In ihe afternoon there was speak
ing by prominent orators, a base
ball game between the App'cton
City and Schell City teams and a
shooting match at the ball park. In
the evening a game of basket ball
by the young ladies' club of Rock
ville, and the cloning pel formsr.re
by Mr. Juvinel s negro arOt.'
This w as oae of ihe most success
ful picnics ever held in this section.
The crowd was large, over 2,500
people in attendance, bul every
thing was quiet and everybody en
joyed the day and went home frrt
iug thiit RtKi'.ie fcivtay docs ex
actly as she advertise and gives
full value in every respect.
Therv U uiorv Catarrh In tliln
tlou of tin? country than nil otln-r
iIlm-aM put tovtiH-r, nu. I nut ill t'i'
Wt few jriir w:t iiupi,(c4 lu '
tic tic;i'l'.' Foe n kiv'1 many yvrtt-.s
lliH tor prilllOUtlt-ftl It (V I.K'lll (liwVtM
isinl prxnrlU-! local rvitirstUn, and
liy coiiktitntly falling to enrv with
liK Jil treiiliiiciil, pronuniuiM tl tin it
ralili-. S li-niv tmrt provvii entnrrh
to lv is coimtttuttoiiul ,rn-i nioi
n-iiiin- -oi:-t!t lUlon.-il
trvr.t iiient. Hull t'atorrU t'uir,
niHiuif.n turv.1 by F.J. t lu n.jr A. t'.,
Tolitlo, t llilo, in ll only cou-tHu-tloiuil
cure on i!m market. It i ta
keu luu rii l'y In doM-a troia in itr.
ti r tva-Miuful. it m t itirsx Hv on
tllrt'bHd nnd tu'tfon ui ).ux- of ( In-
tfiu. 1 In y oiiv luinlnl il.d
,',lr,, f,,r ny i- It ta'.la t.wan-. x, n.l
tor irviiliir itu I tiotiinonl.tU.
P. J. t Jll NKV A. (XI , Tol.-d. i
So!. t v Pf.st.r.tsta, ".,
llli a PniiiUjr J'Ula aiv the lU
COAL MlNr.KS MKi;r.
I'.epreaentatlves e-f Dl.lrtct Urn.
t4, Vt arid tft Itoidmr ncul
CoHferenre at Ilttabor-jf.
The interstute miners' convention,
including the 1 three Western di.
tr:cts, Nos. 14, 21 and 25. which
embraces the states of Kansas, Miv
souri, Arkansas and the Indian Ter
ritory, convened in Pittsburg, Kan.
sas, on Monday, July 2S. It has
the distinction ot being tbe first of
its kind ever btld in the went and is
conceded by all miners to be a most
important meetiog. Although the
miners of these three districts have
been working for the same large
operators and under similar condi
tions, yet this is the first time they
have united to make joint demands
and prepare joint contract. Here
tofore the miners of each district
would make sepsrate contract. Tbe
result w as that in tbe districts where
the men were tetter organised tbey
succeeded in getting a better scale
and better condition than in other
districts wfcere the otganization was
weak. Thus the men of the Kan
sas district have had a better con
tract than those o! the Arkansas-
Indian-Territoiy district The same
large companies operate in all three
districts. The last regular national
convention patved a resolution or
ganizing Missouri, Kansas, Arkan
sas and the Territory into a joint
scale district known as No. 5. On
Monday this scale dirtrict opened its
first convention with several hun
dred delegates present from the four
states. The credentials, roles and
order of business committees re
ported and tbe convention then pro
proceeded to the more impofUol
business before t. The convention
was held behind locked doors and
the utmost secrecy is maintained re
garding its actions. It is the deter
mination of tbe convention, if pos
sible, to leep the operators ignorant
of whnt steps tbey decide to take
until tbey are ready to present the
result of their conference.
Mr. Joe McCulloch and Miss
Georgia Thomas were irurriad last
Thursday at Lamar, by Rev. G.
H. Cosper of tbe M. E. "Church at
that city, formerly ot this city.
Uoth of them are well known and
worthy young people. The groom
is a popular clerk with the McKib
ben Grocer Co., and the bride a
teacher in cur public schools. Thi
Thiuvmi wishes them all the joy of
. FAItMlCItS ATTENTION.
If you desire (o sell your farm for
Cash and do so quickly at a reason
able price, by listing it with us, you
can do so, as we have better facili
ties for locating you a Quick Pur
chaser than any other real estate
fiim in this section of Missouri. We
have thi season so far, sold over
10,000 acres of land.. . .
We t io prepared to do your
abstract work, notary work, as we!)
as wn'ie sou fire insurance as rea
sonable and satisfactory as any f n$
engigcd in th'b.nt.
Can place your loan, 00 real es
tate, or make sou a loan on )our
!m! or other property at the !ott
rate of interest.
If you desire to invest in farm
land in Casa, Jackson. Hates, Hen.
ry, Johnson, Yf,"o3 w Hartosi
Jiiitt, Xittnooii, see us before
you bu; for ve base as complete
and as !i a list of desirable farms
to lifer .ki, as any real estate firm
doing business in Missouri.
For any information dcsirrd, ad.
dress our main oflve Metwit. to.
Y inwaio, 'Vours for bue,
, S. A. As.ivs A Co..
"The Land Meu," Merwin, Mo.
CASH X)U YOIH KAltM.
We want to secure tiss to
advvUik tsi our nest list to st',1.
j We can m.'I it quicker thauany firm
in the country.
Prow ill a Con, Kivh Ht!I, M
1V, 4. M. v'Urk wbo is hiding
protrncttd linrctiHg at Pauauia, is
basing spleti.bd success. Has bad
IJ additions to tbe ihutvh.
I Ii4e house t a)s fn tioin
$151 up tv tovs, cos ey p
J iiiciiit and lot g tune. f. imps inJ
see me. -Gku. P. llu s-kts.
Joins f. inell Killed.
Jobn W. GosneJJ, former's-
neighbor ot the writer, and U many
years a repciJ crtceas cf Rich
Hill, started out on fcis ran from fcis
borne in Kansas City, Kans., on lat
Fridar. Ori fh Ffi0 sv'ern to
bpriogfieid. Mo , ia perfect he':h
and high bop for tie fu!are. On
bis return trip, just west of Lasnar,
in some man-fr unknown to ar.r
beholder, be fell or was tbro-vra
from bis train and was kiiJed.
He was not missed antd tit tri!
reached Ft. Scott, when itarca ti
made lor him, but not finding Lira.
telegram was sent Laci to Laaar.
and men sent out over the road to
look for hira, found him as above
lent traits of character, generoos to
a fault, pleassot and kindly to ev
erybody. He was a natrve of Iadi
ana, was about 4S years of age, and
left surviving him bis wife and four
daughters, Laura, Bessie, Edna and
Nina, and three brothers, Sara H.
Gosnell of Hebron, Neb., J. A.
Gotnell of California, Alvin Gos
nell of Bnnceton, Mo. and two sis
ters, Mrs. Maggie Patterson and
Miss Lula Gosnell of Boaceton.
Thus suddenly is gone trom his
home and trie-odsa loving husband,
indulgent lather and generous heart
ed friend. Tbe bereaved relatives
have the beanfelt sympathy cf allJ
their Rich Hill lriends in their hour!
Death Darkens Another Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Lace, of
near Papinsville, btrrird their br ght
little two-yeirtcld ci'iid on Tuesday
afternoon, in Green Lawn cemetery.
Rev. W. T. Pyles of the Walnut
Street M. E- Cbarch conducting the
burial. The little one was taken
sick several days ago with tbe com
plaint that is sheeting so many
children this season, and although
every attention possible was given,
there seemed to he 00 remedy for
the disease aad the Utile one was
taken. Tbe shadow of death dark
ens the home, but the light of love
makes ait things work together tor
good to those who are faithful to
the duties of life.
Look Up Harry Booth.
I am now nicely located first doer
north of F. & M. Bank on 6;h St.
Look for the white photographer's
case. I have the best gallerv I have
ever owned and will do finer work
than ever. Look for rr.y furniture
and undertaking s'gn. . I will sell
for a smaller profit thiq anybody,
and if in need of undertakinc, I
keep a large stock of everything in
that line. Fine caskets and cotnns
in all sites, burial rols for men,
ladies and children, and a good un
dertaker can always be found at my
store, day and night. Rests.,
Harut M. Ibjorw.
Mlaaouri 1'svetflc IUMtrlii.
$:6 00 Salt Lake City and re
turn August 7th, Sih,:h and iotb.
Return &pctwbc 301b, accouot ii. j
l O. F-.
55 cents. Nevada and ntara j
Augtivi 1 jth to luh, return August
l&th. account Istcrsta'e Soldiers
$45.03 to S'an Fiancisco and re
turn, August J to S, itturu limit
Ssept. jo, account K. cf P.
R. A. Hiii n,
List Your Properly .Now.
If jou desire to d.sposc cf your S"0" 'Jl bort t:cse oi'y, so
farm, let me sell it for you. If you ' l!v,1 1 but go its at ossce.
want to excbaie it for gjd iind ! titt ! accident, sj, k and tvtl
111 western Kansas, a;id gtt t'.rre ls ' dmab.'ny tenet'.!, Wsides (be bene
sis actts tor otie, I wi'j ,n ' C'-s s)f Lie inmiaoc. Men from iS
tflort to dj so. I wiii le at Iku! x 5 cf i cats carry cen'.S
Lee in Adrian, Vo., July 31 ; at lire lot tnnn ,J S5 t,s-.
Merchants Hoterin Rich 1!.. I. Aug i oueii from iS to 4 j cj;i gt eet.
t.W. O. A'.ktsi's La O.-iceirt'' :cu (o' f!CUi v o $ a .
IVjtler, Aug. 2. Come i-i ou iv, ! 1 he ritual is leti'-tad and iit.prcssise
above dates and lot your property J : tlJ j'lessaut and undijfut-
or write me, givirg flt desc-i-tiv-o, '. features. Th uicmbersS-p is
price and tsrtns. 1 think I cn s!l :'!t :'14' and w-utj tike wore cf
or escbinje jour farm f.-.f voi i -sama kind, aad this uican y.n.
the ptwa is rgbt Che.ip trjipvr! " 'h Tnte f'as a surplus of user
utio.i to Westeia Kanis Aug. . S s'asw iJ bs pid utr $uo,
K. P. AtstWN, !x beneriis ta the saisivorsof
Ora-nf.eld, Kansas. ! Tiit-es,...e.
tsv-n't l H-ru.Kst lt... t.iWlr' -
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M.v!w,. M.rl.i i - .s
M .muIaiu Vr. 1 Ui-rv- U u -l.k,
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Mtrt Ofnw'ssfiTBer ixm. A&ztV.
Attach by Ilfc!ea USe fat
The tcrrlVe dears ef Street C.tw-
rr."isMr.r Jat. Acjt
was tltrtjyt the so?e
fna ti. sea
pic 01 tie
streets tr-djT. Os tie 171 ct It '
vpr Mr. Are.I was t .-Tea eti fief
St- liems'd be'orjrjta A. L. llc -
Ana:, tive fast b? noted a tb!
DeT.oanl at tbat Lfloe. His t3J
was -Jacertted ad be carried it ta a
s.'iog. Tt-e is'ffld was Z'.tA. tr-r!
Mr. Are'l eo l-t'.trr'rz it was
triad, d:d not seek a Tr.t-1 sSe
Tit wc--r!s It
:ared. Ot fast
er dtnt ss feared,
Monday te srer.t "i tfce e.oe ef Dr.
Ctristy, coxplainerg cf a trarb
r.ess ia two ol h'.t rjers of tb
hand. TLat oirct and tie day f'A.
rowi.-g aLirp pacs were ft't, 1
teno?ng cp tr.ta tie sfcouller. C'j
tlnuicg ia severity tjr'! Tbrsday
when a servous conditioa canie on.
Thursday c-.fbt aa aversi-xai to wa
ter rendered Lis fjar.p'on evre
alarasirg. siatil SaaHy nr.rrirvtikal'e
s;gr.s cf tie dreaded tydropbobLa
developed. Dr. Cbristy called Dr.
licu'.ssjre in cacsu'tation and
the doctors were invited to see the
CJte. This morning tbe patient
had to be piaced under control and
expired in gTeat agony about 10:30
Is one ot the saddest and roosl
awful tbicgv ever having happened
in Cutler. Mr. Angel! was ap
pointed street commissioner by the
new administration since tbe spring
election. He was a good, straight
forward cKuen and evteerned by
everybody. A hennbrckea widow
ar.d several step-children survive.
To Kilt tlerfjrc.
Since tbe Post's publication of
CoL Tom Vandiver's receipt for
effectuay killing- superfluous tim
ber, hedges, etc., that gentleman
ha been beseiged with inquiries
from es-eTy qusrter. Onemaa writes
that be has t'.ree nilies f twenty-year-old
beJe which be wants to
kill and begs the Colonel to rame
tbe d?e to begin operations. The
Coloatl wrote him that the right
time this year is tbe 3rd and 4th
dsys ia August. Any sort of tim
ber growth girded on t!soe dates
will sure?y die. Nevada Post.
We notice that our Duller and
Rich Hi'.l merchants are srukkig a
big effjrt ta sell ibeir wares. Tbey
know cf the tig wheat and oats
crcp. The corn crop is assured aad
pcoole are buying goods tbey sat
to wli tiicm, hence tbe larj;e amount
of piiuttrs ink used. Foster Times.
II AY HAMsjj f AX1Kl..
1 neesj a large number of hands
in fcX Py 5
rcl "J bands board them-
Half as da tor th of Prushy
Mound, on Butler road.
H. M. PALL.
Joiu the ltoyat Tribe.
Na' 1 soar tiixie to become a
rm:ti'r vl the Rossi TiiV ot
j--ih. Py Sjvvial dispensation
the Tnb is jcrui:i:ed h tike you
in fvr $i.cx. This prisiUrge is
I'J is tbe popular sec-
mj,y of ti.i; Ir.te in Kih ft.SI t,J
- : " " "
tti'rt i ai;voe. Calf rJ
'it tbe K.sh II 1 f!..,k.
oTff K or rninox ro
nt hit or vrxr.
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frt?'fj tr pjTivt f,,f
lil VtT'y t'o'irt f-f
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T- t&40naf oirtir KtfCnnntr:
Tor tx',n,vrr. .tqxnt rn-
i 7ntn2j rfiwsu n. yrw
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along the ea i le tf ft bj
0 tb tc-cthw.t r,urtrr taM
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rlvrr. orrr aad aAiu lb Uiak tturrv
vt thr.M;Als t B-.rtJi hu'f of th-
orthwest ittartrr 4 th B-rthttc
qousrterof imVj iwl'.x) tblrt-thr
to th isHth Ua s-f Uud Ut sustiwd.
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tJjlrty.tUn toitw ssorirj Uu of tti
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't rj-iarttr i f the nortU'wst iur
trrof swl.t fXUa ttdrty-thme. All
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un.Vr toulo orsaniiation.
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!! kv-rra thnt tS sul,l private way
it pmn-ii fur W m of grvat Ci-
ty and J;v!'ji;.-ii:! i . your odlt
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way pruyn! for U f he siuwt iw.it.1.-,
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tof Uud iI-i-rtU.!; Mrs. IL tV. S.iiH
and IVt).stutis Nattiti mlU4 t!i own
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