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THE ABGUS,' SATURDAY, JAXUAIZY 14, 1899.
Pmbllaned Dally ut Weekly at 1834 Sr cond
Avenue, Eock Und, EL Entered a the
Poatomce as Second-claaa matter.!
IW TBI HAMS OF J. W. POTTER
TERMS DaUr. 10 eenu per week. Weekly,
IZ00 per unum; In advance 11.60.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or rellslooa, must
cave real name attached for pubilcat'on. Ko
ucb article will be pricted over CcCtloua ulx
Correspondence solicited rom every town
at'p In Bock Island cocaty.
Satlkuay, Jaxlaey 14.
IVi.itiCally, as well as otherwise.
( 'ha ii rice v M. Depew am indefcd a
Font of the largest breweries in
Massachusetts have formed a combi
nation, with a capital of $1,000,000. .
('.v help tlie party that wnges
war on the native, who defends only
It'n liix-rtie am! his 'home. ": Senator
Ik any argument were necessary to
vindicate and sustain (Jen. Miles in
the eves of the American jjeople the
iiMidslinging, blackguard. Eagan, has
Mk-- IlrMi'iii'.v W.i:i possesses a
phoiioraph into which he sjeaks
most of her stories, which are type
written by her secretary at convenient
period ami submitted to the author
A m mdi: gained currency to the
eject that Miss Helen (iotiM anil I Jen.
.!oepli Wheeler were engaged to be
married. Moth of tliem repudiate the
!:ilcliieiit with scorn and indignation.
Yet l)tb of them, as a content orary
gracefully remarks, .should consider
the aiinoiineement an honor.
Tin: selection of Joseph Choate as
ambassador to Kn-'lainl is a ilccent
-eeetion and t iie appointment will b
received with reasonable satisfaction
lv most citiens. The court of St.
James has called out the services of
maiiv famous men. No les than four
men. who afterward became president.
have lined it. these were Adams
Monroe. Van Itureu and Buchanan.
If: tin; world of poetry and letters
there have lecn Motlev. liancroft. Hav
and Dowcll. Mr. Clioale will tit very
well in the companionship of states
men of such rank as ISavanl, iailatin.
1'incknev and King.
The disgraceful la tgnage of Com-
ii.-arv K:tuan hefore the war invest i
gating !oard toward his superior, w ho
iial criticised the management of Ins
department. affords an instance cf the
ci-nt to which the abuse of lax disci
pline luav be carried bv one who. as
Eagan. imagines himself, under tlic
protect in inlhieni'cs of the secretary
o: war. 1 lie Lagan escapade, mm
maiiv oilier revelations that hav
roivn out of the war with Spain. show
ing the abotuinablv rank and liicom
pclent management of the portfolio
over which Alger presides, emphasizes
how reatlv it is to the welfare of the
republic and those who love it to the
extent of otlerimr their lives as sac-
rilices on the altar of patriotism, that
worth and ability rat her than political
urili ticat ion should lie considered in
the selection of cabinet iiu'iu tiers.
Ri.nr Rkv. William K. MLkkn.
ihop of the Episcopal dioeese of
icao. will Imj unable to accept the
Appointment id special delegate for
it; churcn to Porto Ilico, which was
conferred ujkiu him recently by a
eom mission selected by the general
convention at New York. Pressing
church ditties prevent the bishop
from filtering upou the important
work of iuvesiigaling the newly ac
quired territory of the I'uited States
iti the interests of the mission work
of t he chtirca. -T have decided not
I go." said liishop Mcliren yester
day. at least not for several months.
It is possible that I may visit Porto
Uico next fall, and then in an unoffi
cial c.ip:cit v. The commission which
selected ine will probably send some
'!:e else to look the field over in the
meantime. It is the jolicy of the
church to exercise a spiritual juris
diction nt t r every square foot of ter
ritory within the control of the I'nitisl
Slates government, and since Porto
:en has been added to our posses,
'i'd.s the I'piscopal church will not dc-
carry i ti T out its policy.
MrKlnlrr Nts.-t4 thr Hauling Itown.
Senatr !!oar. in his great speech
of :b t.:ol-for '
- bu vlzuimt vcmpauntSf
I StJV preaenbsa ty eminent ptyiiciaa
t -V'il DR. RlHHTFR'.q
!" v v-tw u-w ; r-miruBniT rwrfpiTOi ;
jK. Ad. BirkUT(..SUPrariSU,r lark.
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Branca Emui. Ova Glaatvcrk.
Man-hail & Ksher. Ir-J tm
T. II. 1 Donu. iko vna
k. JoLn Itrnirsiiin. lrtOSid
ts'JS. -m. Kic tttund. lil
tt for I
against imperialism, fj noted from
President McKinley's annual message
of a year a;?o the declaration, "I speak
not of forcible annexation, because
that is not to 1? thought of. and under
our code that would be criminal ag
gression and paraphrasing the pres
ident's late exclamation made in a
spasm of imperialism "Who shall
haul down the flar?" Senator Hoar
said: "President McKinley, when be
spoke (in his message), was not
thinking even of honor or of power.
He placed himself and placed the
Aiaurican people on the stern, endur
ing and perpetual rock of righteous
ness: that forcible annexation is not
to le thought of under our code of
njorality; that would be criminal ag
gression. Who shall haul him down?
Who shall haul down the code? Who
shall haul down the president?" Sen
ator Hoar, it will lie borne in mind, is
a republican whose orthodoxy has
never lieen questioned. Hut he is
now leing abused by the imperialist
republican papers as a foe to the
cause. Yet the truly patriotic people
of the country, republicans as well as
democrats, aree with Senator Hoar
that. Mr.' McKinley and his imperialist
policy need hauling down.
It will ic unfortunate if the sequel
of our war with Spain ends in our
lighting and defeating those whom the
tyranny of Spain drove into insurrec
tion, and yet present conditions are
such that if this alternative is pre
sented we must courageously face it
even though we may regret that some
other means of adjusting difliculties
has not been presented.
A Ir!ightful Companion.
Imagine a friend who would listen
to a recital of your troubles, give you
help and encouragement, au'1 never
tell a soul: who would visit vou reg
ularly without waiting for you to re
turn the call, and who would always
leave vou feeling brighter and hap
pier than when she came: who would
give you the cream of the - late news
in a few words, and never" forget to
bring a budget of helpful suggestions
to make vonr work easier. nat
would you not give for such a friend!
How eagerly would vou look forward
to her coming, and how disappointed
would you be should she fail to put
in an appearance at the customary
Like semi-monthly visits from a
dear friend!' That is what is said of
the Housekeeper by all its readers, and
the lady who has not had this most
delightful home companion has missed
a treat. It is a loss for which there is
no good reason, for none need be de
prived of its visits since the subscrip
tion price is only cents a vear, ami
thev who have not that amount of
money eau earn the magazine in an
afternoon by persuading two friends
The progressive housekcejvjr will
t:nd th.s magazine invaluable, tor it
tells the best ami easiest way to do
all necessary work, and helps her to
economize not only in monev.,but in
time and strength as well. It keeps
her informed as to the most import-
!ntJrtews of the iliv, aad furnishes in
feresttng reuding fori her entertain-
iuenX.Avlieu she is too tired to care for
anything except fiction. The s&'ia
storv in the present volume is from
the eu of John Strange Winter, and
is considered one of the best of the
many good stories written by this
bright author. Many of the short
stories are furnished by well known
writers, and all are far above the
stories usually found iu domestic
magazines. The departments of fash
ions. 'fancy work, household helps,
economy club, home talks, mothers"
council, entertainments, thedooryard,
floriculture, our young folks and news
and comment are all carefully edited
bright. original. and up-to-date
There is. Iiesides, the page contrib
ii ted by the new club "The Progres
sive women oi .America, wnicu is
deserving of special attention. It
will be remembered that this club was
organized only last September: now
it has circles in u different states
and every niontii there are additions
to its number. At the regular
monthly meetings these circles dis
cuss topics outlined by the club di
rector, and send a synopsis of the de
cisions arrived at to the director for
publication. It is thus made possible
for each circle to know the opinions
expressed by ail the other circles, and
for the readers oi the journal selected
for the otlicial publication to keep up
with the work or this club without
themselves becoming menilters
The HousckeejHT is published twice
a month, and comprised 'JO pages,
handsomely illustrated ami printed.
Taking into consideration its size.
character and frequency of publica
tion, it is the lowest priced magazine
in the world.
Published at Minneapolis. Minn.
Literary Not Front the Centnry Company
The Spanish war series in the Cen
tury is proving a great success, and
has verv considerably increased the
circulation of the magazine. In the
February number I Jen. .Shafter will
tell the storv of the Santiago cam
paign, and Lieut. Hobson will follow
his account of the sinking of the
Merrimac" with a narrative of his
imprisonment in Morro Castle.
Baeklea'a Amies BaJv.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sore?, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tins, and positively cures piles or nc
pay required. It" id guaranteed to
give erfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price -Jo cents per box. " For
sale by Hartz & Ullcuieyer.
Ko-t-Bae for Fifty Crate
Cnaranted tnr-arrc habtt core. Kalrm v!r
mta euoog, bioot pure- Uc U. All arm t j
BY ABBIE W. GOULD.
In the ullent ocean waters.
Deep, deep down where mermaids dwell.
Where the Ma kin and his maidens,
Set to music each fair shell:
Where tho' coral branches lifted.
With rarecolors lixbt the caves.
Ever sleeps the fabled city.
Far beneath the salt-sea waves.
llato sane of Its fumed beauty.
Such s Dane of earth now know.
Of its palaces and castles.
Pure as litrbt. and Bne as snow;
Of i s wis men. and its poets.
Of its men and women rnd:
Yet how -.ilcot are they bleeping.
In that fax-oS,fabied laad.
In its prime and in its grandeur.
Helped by more than mortal power,
It Xurg"t the teat of duty.
In one fatal evil hour;
tiranted was the rift demanded.
But the miehty hunu of fate.
Sank beneath the ocean waters-;
That once .-rand and strong estate.
Often from the fabled city.
It is said, the gems ha.sh bright,
.And the spirits of the buried.
Hie them throucrb the halls of night;
And it may be. that repentant.
Some day from the rocks and caves,
Vith a majesty undreamed of
It shall rise from ocean waves.
HON. R. A. HIGGINS,
Of Springfield, III.. Has Much to Say Prals
; ''inj; Morrow a Klcr-ne-old.-
It will hardly be necessary to at
tempt to make the public familiarwith
the name of Hon. K. A." Hi'ggins, for
he is well known throughout the
"middle west" already.
His integrity is unquestioned, and
this is why we publish his statement
on the use and benefit Mrs. Higgins
derived from the use of Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids. Mr. Higgins resides at
617 South Fifth street. Springfield. 111.,
and it can be easily seen that no such
statement would come from him were
it not so and he did not think Kid-ne-
oids a wonderful preparation for kid
ney disorders. Every one knows that
kidney diseases are the most stubborn
to treat, and that doctors have also
tailed is a wen Known lact among
many. Morrow's Kid-ne-oids were
advertised in the usual way in Spring-
lieid. ami oac-Kea up iv local state
ments. It was undoubtedly this that
induced Mrs. Higgins to try them.
She went to one of the drnggists and
procured a box and followed the direc
tions carefully, which, bv the way. is
just as necessary as it is when taking
doctor's medicine. Although Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids are a wonderful medicine,
curing even where physicians fail to
enect a cure, the directions must be
followed to the letter. Some weeks
after she had taken them our special
agent visited Mr. Higgins and he gave
the following for publication, feeling
so grateful lor the benefits derived,
and remarking that so good a remedy
should be known all over the world:
Mv wife had been suffering with dis
orders arising from her kidneys, which
was the result of a cold settling in
them. In addition she became very
nervous, wnicn is one ot the symp
toms of the disease caused by its ag
gravation. Her suffering was some
thing fearful. It was when she was
so very bad that we procured a box of
the Kid-ne-oids. The directions were
closelv followed and the result was
that she rapidly improved. At pres
ent she is perfectly well, no indica
tions of the old ailment leing experi
enced. We lielieve Morrow's Kid-ne
oids to be all that is claimed for them.
and the best medicine of the kind
known." With such a statement
from actual conviction, and from a
man like Hon. K. A. Higgins, we
feel that no one can question for one
moment our claim that Morrow-'s Kid
ne-oids are the best kidney medicine
in the market and that it cures all
kinds of kidney disorders and urinary
dilliculties. Thev may le had of any
lirst rate druggist in the land, or we
mail them on receipt of price, 50 cents.
or 6 boxes for $2.oQ. Please mention
this paper when writing. John Mor
row & Co., chemists, Springfield,
liethesda Miner.il Snrins water
may not prevent the grip, but if used
freelv, it will insure a mild attack,
because its action on the kidneys
gives the needed tone and power to
carry off the poison germs. Its use
will also save you from those danger
ous kidney diseases so often resultant
from rrn. Iiethcsda is a cure for
diabetes and lirijrht's disease. Sold
by druggists in sealed half-gallon
bottles. Write for booklet. Beth-
esda Mineral Springs company. A.
M. Jones, president, Waukesha, Wis.
What Do the Children Drink?
Dnt give them tea or coffee. Have
vou tried the new food drink called
(irain-O? It is delicious and nourish
ing and takes the place of coffee. The
more (irain-O you give the children
the more health you distribute
through their systems. Grain-O
is made of pure grains, and when
properly prejared tastes like the
choice grades of coffee but costs about
J as much. All grocers sell it. 15
and 25 cents.
Two Well Known statesmen
talked for months from a front porch
and rear end of a car. Perhaps the
use of Foley's Honey and Tar will ex
plain why they could do this without
injury to their vocal organs. It is
largely used iy speakers and singers.
La grippe is again epidemic. Every
precaution should be taken to avoid
it. Its specific cure is One Minute
Cough Cure. A. J. Sheperd, pub
lisher of the Agricultural Journal and
Advertiser, Elden, Mo., says: "No
one will be disapiointed in using One
Miaute Cough Cure for la grippe."
rieasant to take, quick to act. For
sale by T. H. Thomas. A. J. Keissand
M. F. Bahnsen, druggists.
Boat Tofcarea Spit aad Sank Tu life Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be nue
netlc. foil or life neve and vigor, take No-To-Bac,
the woodrr-worker. that makes weak men
nma? ASsdrae4aA(i3feiof 41. eareruayn
teed. Booklet and sample free- Addrefi
tfciUag Kcaedy G, CkiLago or "ew Yock.
Poisoned by Ivy
Was in a Dreadful Condition
Happened to Read About a Similar
Caso Followed the Other Man's
Example and Was Cured.
The following incident is given by
Charles Morris, general jobber, 52 Lexing
ton Avenue, North Cambridge, Mass. :
"Several years ago I became poisoned
by ivv I tried many medicines, spend, ng
a large sum of money without obtainLig
a particle of good. My children wk-b
also afflicted with the same disease. Wa
were all constant suCerers with an awful
itching sensation, and it seemed as if I
shonld tear myself to pieces. I picked
up a paper in which I found printed a
testimonial from a man in Vermont who
had been similarly afflicted and had taken
Hood's Sarsaparilla with beneQt. I bought
a bottle, which we took and it did
Me and My Children
so much good I purchased another supply.
We continued taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
until we used five bottles and I can
eafely say that neit her myself nor children
have any signs of the poison. It has en
tirely left us and we are perfectly cured.
We give the whole credit to Hood's Sarsa
parilla. Before resorting to this medicine
I was reduced in weight, but now I
weigh 175 pounds. Hood's Sarsaparilla
has not only done much good but has
been the means of saving me a great de.tl
of money. I would not be without it
in my house and I heartily recommend
it to all who are afflicted. I have writ
ten this statement for publication, of my
own will, as I want others to know what
has done for us." Chasles Morris.
Hssr1'c Dill e r? thR on,y 1,'1U to take
ElOOU a r 1115 Witu HotKl s Sarsaparilla.
"THEY FIT THE FEET AS
By wearing the faTous Hy
gienic "Jenness Miller''
Best shoe made for women,
being s c i e n t i li c a lly con
structed on purely anatom
ical lines they "lit the feet
as nature intended.'"
As graceful as they are
No other dealer in this
city can sell you the "Jen
ness Miller" Shoes or any
shoes as good. We control
1TI2 Second avenue.
Teeth Extracted . . .
Absolutely Without Pain.
Full set of teeth H 00
Uold Crowes 3.00
Bridge work, per tooth 3 00
Porcelain crowns 2.00
Goid Filliajro 1.00
Vitalized ur Sue
I warrant my double suction plate
to fit and stay np in any mouth. A
written gnaraniee given for 10 years.
DR. J. M.SILVIS,
Assisted by Dr. George M. Babcock.
1721 Second Avenue. Rock Island.
Over Ui Cab s t'rj O'oo& S tore
I HAVE MERCY ON
1 YOUR FEET!
r-ireciion of Stkvk F. Miller
Sunday Evening, Jan. 15.
Special en?a?ement of the
Great Southern Play ....
and Miss Ueorjria Waldron The Best South
ern play on the Stage.
Prices 25. 50 and T5c and f I.
Sale of seats opens Thursday, Jan. 13. at
Bleuer s jewelry store.
Direction of Stkvk F. Miixxb.
ONE SIGHT ONLY.
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 17.
Sweet singer, the original and only
CHARLES A. JARDSER,
The Prince oi German Corm-diansand his Com
An Entire New Departure.
Mr. Gardner and Company in the roar
ing farce entitled, -
Introducing an up-to-date Cake Walk.
Ile:ir Mr. Gardner sin liis now sons, "The
Little Old Red Schooihouse," -Old Glory, the
Hluc ;ml ihe Gray,'' Sweet Clover," "The
Milk Girl."' etc.
Iriees 250. 35c and o9c.
Rleuer's jewelry store.
Sale ot seats at
Corner Thinl Avenue Nine'eenth
Bright Keailinj; Rooms,
Social and (iame Kooms,
Evening Educational Classes,
Any self respecting man irrespee
lve of creed or nationality may join
SUNDAY. Jan 15 Evangelist Rev
James Jack, of the tree Church o
Scotland, will address Men's Meeting
Are you going to miss Talmage
Burdetts and Kennan?
John Yolk &
Builders : : :
ALSO MANl'FACTL'KERS OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings
Veneered and Hard Wood Foor
ing oi All Kinds.
Sincrle and Double Strength Window
OIss. I'olished 1 late. Beveled
Plate aud Art Glass.
311 to 3J9 Eighteenth
all troubles peculiar to her sex. tr"Scnl by
mail or from our Aircnc SI.OO per box.
yiLLUKS KFG. CO., Propj.. CLEVELAKD, CK10.
For Kale by M- F. Bahnsen, drucglst
BILLY CATTON S
White Seal saloon
pniLLiflns'pii I o
U U A SURE RELIEF TO WOMAN for
i3!5 wccond Aycnue.
Will Give Away
t ii.yw - '
acquainted with vou. We will," for a lirhi.ted: tiino only, givo
vou a set of these lx?autiful Sad Irons with each $25 purchase.
' 'r ,
THE SAD IRONS
-." " r J -
have Asbestos Lined Covers which keeps the handle and
your hand cool and comfortable. They are no clap-trap
cheap article no shoddy pieturo book nor worthless gim
crack. They are worthif2, and tho good they will do you
are worth ten times $2.
QSE TRIAL BOTTLE
This Offer Almost
Map rprpnrat ions intended to btant-fj ha complexion hare fniled. i:ine thpy da not prndtico a
mic cat on t!io ekin. tWita tiio Mine, ilolr. Complexion Tonic m inch an rl'in-t, it
"h"iTW . nu"r M'" invanai.ljr fail. This grcut rmMir. discovcro.l I y tho Mis.ni
ikeu. mo uiiiiurni niinPioiiuj att)c:alisLt. nt
int r iJr 7m'.Cf L? li rc to
. - wc-, uiwaurauH, mom DniCllr. wrinRlrs. Iivor mtots. mnr iDnv I
THE MISSES BELL. 78
"The Misses Bell's Complexion Tonic, Complexion Soap, SJiin anil Food
Dcpilo are for sale by all druggists."
The Elixir of
Have You Got It?
If not, consult
Who Has Cured
Our FlectHc Machine for
the treutmcntof Nervous
and X-Kay work.
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incura
ble by Others. 5
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive Drains, Sleeplessness. Threatened In
sanitv. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition duo to nervous exhaustion,
positively cured. , ,
CATARRH. Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney, Lter &nd-fcMiL diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advam;
system tftndicim5. SJ- '
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Jcrvons Debility. Why truat
months with others when we fruarantee you a permanent cure !n seven daybby our palnliuia
methods. Ilydr cele cured in three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult us. We
have cured manv cases (riven upas hopeless, and we may be able to rure you. Surgical
operations performed at your home If desired. A lidonJnrW and brain sundry a specially.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. Tho num
erous acknowledgements we have received f-om the newspapers for our remarkable cures
In both medical and surgical cases Ls proof conclusive hat our advanced methods euro
where all others fail Therefore, do not waste time with others, but consult us at once and
retain your lost health. There is a Ktaue in every disease that can bo cured. Jl:ive
you passed that staler If not. do not experiment any: nicer, but consult us at once, l-'ur
thermore, we offer tl.ooo to anv one provlntr our credentials false. We make It an object
to investigate ours. No other specialist crt-rs such a fair proposition. OM.Y CUKAIII.h
CASES taKKN'. Best of reference and credentials If you cannot call, write. Hun
dreds cured by mall, iiours W to l-i; U to 5; 7 to 8. Sundays, 11:31) to 1:3a
OFFiCE 124 WEST THIRD STREET,
A few notes roardinj' fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices wo quote: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from $18, $20, $25 and up. Tho
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, $.5 50, $0, $6.50 and
upward. Come in and see our line line.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated Under the
KOSTT LOAUED 03 P2E205AL C0LIATEB1L 0E HEAL E3TATE SEJTJEITI
J. M. Buford. provident,
John CruosuKh. Vice PresiAent-
P. Oreenairaat, Ciunier.
Be(B 6'islnew July 2. I", and occupy th
S. E. imer ol Mitchell tt Lj&de'fc
& BARBER I
Fiec ot Charge
A set of Asbestos Sad
Irons, worth $2. Our
stock was never larger
or more complete.
Clean, Fresh Goods
that you can buy at
low cost. Iu order to
advertise our goods
and prices, and sret
have a set.
An External Tonic Applied t) the
saia. eaaune it as oy Macic.
A WomaA was the Inventor.
xi 7flkifrh v -. v ,t, .;... . n'
Knrfare of the hotly. It in nshiUmtimr nnl v)lrtl.r,in!
viitnenri And rtiprim lisnpiear, tud tho .a bo t
conic nofc ami pmy nn a baby't. I
The Jlisnes ltU will this month rv to nil who v
Call At their parlor. a free trial bolt lo of t heir Com-
tiexiun ionic, mono wno iivt si a itttai)ct iuij (
(ve a fren lxttle by fc tiding cent in :lvtr or
(t tumps to cover the cost of pa clung an'l JolivriDj;. '
The price oi' this wouderful tonic is Une Do'.Ur m J
Tho Aliases HoU'ri new book, Secret of Rnntr.'
Is Kent frt e. It tci how troman can rnm nnd I
kop (ood complexion. Spocml chapturM on l!ioP
care of tho lisir. rtov to preverre it a color and i
l-jsrre, even to en advanced anc. AIko Iiow to cot I
rid of superfluous hair on the nok end ermnwith-'
out injury to the skin. This vnluehte look will Ia I
niniloti tonrir ndttres on refiuo&u Corrc.-uoaduuoa I
j Goruiei suiioiieu. .uaross.
FKtb Hvcnac, New York City.
Life is Health
DR. J. E. WALSH,
I.me of Cbleujro. former
ly Surxeon-ln-t'lilef of Sk
MTULLOUGH BUILDKC, DAVENPORT, Ia
Wc Arc Busy
All the Time
Now is the time to have your
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