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TILE AEGUS, 3OXDAT, OCTOBER 9, 1899.
Published Dally and Weekly at 14 Second
Avenue. Rock Island. 111. Entered at tee
PObtoltlce as Second-class matter
IX THE NAME OF J. W. POTTER.
TKRMS Daily. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
12 00 per annum: In advance f 1 50.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
have real name attached for publication. No
such article will be printed over fictitious signatures.
Correspondence solicited from every town
hip In Kock Island county.
4U N : 5E1L
M'lNUAV, 0 TuBKR 9.
Tmk announcement that John Riley
Tanner has practically determined to
stand for a reelection fr ovi-riior will
serve as a signal to those republicans
who have leen opposing the expert
politician to iiele.
Oil.. WlU.HM jF.NNIMi BltVAN'. UI
on finishing his engagements in Ken
tucky in lelialf of Goeliel. will cross the
Ohio river into Ohio Oct. l'J to make
lt speeches for John R. McLean in the
three ilavs, Oct. l'K L'O ami 21.
Tiik change in I "nited .States enin
eers corps which involves
removal from Chicago, of
V. II. Marshall. and tlu
T i .i ii t in -n t of Maj. Joseph
lard to siii'cceil linn w.II notcau.se any
rcat ainoniit of weeping in the windy
city, where the former has not hecn
in lii'h f ivor for some time.
A olclUMi to tin
town fur the presid
iiient :n Chicago, ii
Iirve liiinself a pn
man tomorrow t
will he olilr'eil to
tty ooilall around
around and meet all his engagements
and thus avoid causing feeling.
Here is the summary fur tlie day's
events as iilani.ed: 10 a. m.. reunion
'f liiitnos re-'iments ami the Armv of
I ho Tennessee, attended liy President
McKinlcv: lo a. m. to 1 p. m.. hreak
last to President and Mrs. McKinley
at Woman's Atlilciic oltili: 1 p. in.,
luncheon to President McKinley I'V
executive committee Chicago autumn
festival: 1 p. in., luncheon to Presi
dent McKinley and Sir Wilfrid Latiricr
hy Canadian-Americans, at Great
Northern; 2 p. m.. puhlic reception to
President McKinley at Memorial hall,
under the auspices of the G. A. R : 1
p. in., luncheon to President McKinley
y the Chicago cluh; otlop. m. illu
minatioii of court of honor; p.
in., industrial ami historical parade,
reviewed hy President McKinley from
balcony of Auditorium, Commercial
club !;iniji:et to President M- Kinlev.
bamjuct to Postmaster-General Smith
by postal employes; ll:o) p. in., de
parture of President McKinley for
Aiitlerffon Out of Fftvor.
(leu. Thomas M. Anderson, com
mander of the department of the lakes,
U. S. army, is another victim of ad
ministration persecution because lie
lias taken exception to the Otis meth
od of campainin in the Philippines,
lifii. Anderson has returned to his
desk in Chicago after a visit to Wash
ington on a mission to secure fiom
Admiral Dewey an acceptance of an
invitation to visit Chicago during the
coming fall. Although in Washing
ton at the time of the state dinner at
the White House to Admiral Dewey,
and was the lirst major general in the
service of the United States to
reach Manila, after the victory,
with land troops, he was not in
vited to the 1 ..-iin net in Dewey's hon
or. The snub was so apparent that
Gen. Anderson himself could not re
frain from commpntiiij; upon it on his
return to Chicago. To a friend
he said: "I had reason to feel
slighted because of not bcinj; asked
to the president's dinner to Dewey
inasmuch as I was the only major
general in Washington whose attend
ance was not asked and many soldiers
lower in rank were also union;; the
quests. l ou see. it was a dinner of
politicians and their soldier favorites,
and I. not U-inir of the latter class.
was not thought of. Privately we, of
course, feel those real or supposi
tious slight, but so far as I am con
cerned they will never be allowed to
interfere with the performance of the
soldierly duty to obey orders. Simi
larly it was my wish" to coutinue in
the Philippines and successfully end
the campaign I had begun there. But
my orders were to come to Chicago,
and here I am. Of course It is well
known that I disagreed with Gen.
Otis at Manila. From the lirst I
thought that the war could lie avoided.
but once it was beirun I advocated
dropping all dilatory tactics and the
adoption of vigorous and decisive war
measures. Now. after lonz talks
with Dewcv. I don't mind saving he
is of just tiie same opinion. An indi
cation of the advice he gave to the
president in this regard may be gath
ered, I think, from tiie lact mat ssv
eral. more warships are to be
sent to the Philippines. However
we of the minority are hoidmir our
rieace, content to await the devel
opments for the vindication which we
feel sure is coming.
(Jen. Anderson did eallant service
in the Philinpints at a time when the
military forces of this country were
limited, and when conditions were
more trvinir than tbev are now, w hen
we Vere lighting the Spaniards and the
outcome was not altogether certain.
(Jen. Anderson's conduct won the ad
miration and staunch friend-hip of
Dewey then and he is still on terms of
close " personal intimacy with him.
Hut because he dons not agree with
Granny Otis, the president has no use
I're-rrcl Soii Hobbles.
If one wishes to make soap bubbles
v.-liieh will hist several days, prepare
tin.- following mixture in a room wlicre
the temperature is not lower than !"
decrees: lissulic at a jrentle ltrat ouo
part of ca-tile soap, previously cut into
thin sh:i iiis. in l parts of water, dis
tilled, if possible, iin.l, when the solu
tion is cold, lilter it.
Having done this carefully, mix in
a 1. trie by violent and persistent shak
ing, a little at a time, two parts of
glycerin with three parts of tin: above
mentioned solution of soap ami allow
It then to stand where it will not bo in
the way of dil.-t. The Il'iuid, which id
ut lirst clear, soon becomes turbid. Aft
er a few days a white precipitate will
have risen to the top of the liquid, leav
ing the remainder clear. Draw off the
clear portion with siphon (a bent tube)
BUd keep it lr use. To use a Mellon
it is necessary lirst to till it and then
to plunge the shorter arm into the
liquid to be drawn otf.
This mixture is called plycerin liquid.
The film it forms is of such strength
that a bubble four inches Iu diameter
may be kept in the open air of a room
for three hours if supported by a rins
of iron or 1m. ie- an inch and u half in
diameter or allowed to rest on some
foft woolen fabric. If placed under a
jrlass shade, it may last as loiu? as
three days. If tilled with tobacco
smoke, ii looks very much as if it
were solid. Boston Transcript.
Comes from Dr. D. 15. Cargile. of
Washita. I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Hitters has cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had
caused her great suffering; fr years.
lerribie sores would break out on her
head and face, the best doctors could
give no help, but her cure is complete
and her health is excellent." This
shows what thousands have proved
that Electric Hitters is the ln'st puri
fier known. It's the supreme reined v
for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers,
boils and running sores. It stimu
lates liver, kidneys and liowels. expels
poisons, helps ingestion, builds up
the strength. Only o0 cents. Sold by
Hart, it Ullemeyer, druggists. Guaranteed.
nctd not lose flesh in summer
if you use the proper nvar.s
to prevent it. You think
vou can't take SCOTT'S
EMULSION in hot weather,
but you can take it and di
gest ii as well in summer as
t 1 I J t At
in winter, it is not iikc :ne
plain cod-liver oil, which is
difficult to take at any lime.
If you arc losing flesh,
you are losing ground and
r. and must have it to keep up
5 your flesh and strength. If
x you have been taking it and
prospering on it, don't fail to
Y continue until you are thor
oughly strong and well.
SCOTT A liOWNH, Chemitt.. Sew Y. rk.
Alter vou nave concitiJed r
outrht not to drink cotT?e. 1M:
medicine, but doctors order
cause it is healthful, invigorating and
appetizing. It is made from pure
grains and has that rich sual brown
color and taste like the finest grades
of coffee ami costs about one-fourth
as much. Children like it and thrive
on it, because it is a genuine food
drink containing nothing but nour
ishment. Ask your grocer for
Grain-O, the new food drink. 15 and
II MaySaie Your l.lfe.
A dose or two of Foley's Honev and
Tar will prevent an attack f pneumo
nia, grip or severe cold if taken in
time. Cures coughs, colds, croup,
la grippe, hoarseness, ditlieult breath
ing, whooping couli, incipient con
sumption, asthma or bronchitis. (Jives
positive relief in advanced stages of
consumption, asthma or bronchitis.
Crrr :tmr n m m IMP WOR
millions in dailv iise
arc the best testimonial
to the efficiency, dura
bility, economy, beau
ty and convenience of
Stoves & Ranges
Jtwtl Slur art sold tty
Famous the world over
Aleii , My ers & Company
rANVKH-Cliti. Kt'i; c;r..vi:ici. HOI .SK-
tru al li'JC . limn aveui?.
1 fANTKO BOARDKRS.
T and board at Fourth avenue.
i K m cum. for cr.NKi:
il J-.VSixtceiilli slieet.
TA X rKH-i:OAlilKhs i:v Til
ueei; inel'.n.liur r'om over
i: LAV OR
I- I lliirJ
VUIt KK.VT OKFICK KOOM OVER DAVID
J- IX u s store. 1G17 Second avenue.
quire ut '1
XT 4 Fourth aveiiue.
inni'.c 'A i trti.
Iil'.i F.rirtn uvenuc
CUU. FOR ( ;F.N I'.lt AIj
AM-ly Mr.--. Sclirciner s.
ii -.-! moms for iii.il
Aililo---! F. I... e.ire An-.l'.
ANTi:i-I)!:i'.;S MAKIXC Al'I'HKS
liees to li-arn ibe tiiile at Mrs. F. C
yd'sou-r l''ll fceeo:id uvetiue.
"IOK IIEXT COTTACK AT Tweniie;!'
J- i:'eel. Inquire at ;tl Tweuiielb st.rcut
TfiOI! KKST-LARGE DOWN STAIRS
A front room, lirst bo.to uacU of the L'uion
FOR Ri:XT-s-ROiM IIorsK AT
Tliirtv !tf;h street. Ann'' to Min. J.
t-T Teutti avenue.
1j""oR KFNT TWO FRo.XT ROOMS, fur-
JL nisheil or unfurfit-heil. Kntjiiire ut si5
1 wenly-Nevenih street.
T.IOU RKNT-7-1JOOM UOt'SE OM THllt-
-X- teen' ii street bet ween Firt and Second
uvenues. Rcidy llros.
ant:d-a cottm:". of i to .1
i-.Mitus soniewberi -:ii oi Iwc.Iin
treet. Address IS, AKiirsottlee
T710R IM.NT-.IOR 4
I T ANTED PUPILS VVISUINU TO TAKF
rV private lessoiis in dancing can do kO bj
acquiring at SiM Fifth avenue. Jones.
FFKNISIIKD OK UN
urnisbed r-xiins. for liy'nt bousekeeiiini
with iioehudren. Address rontn :tn' . 'i wen-
T l.mis ( ;ulilfn.oi)I. ! I him uven-e. or
ctRi. as iiouf.kf:kiki
AH;en and Niutti streets, South Uoeli Island
r A NTED OCX )D. K EM A FILE OIL S A T.FS
?t man. on commission orsal.irv. Address
Ouaker Oil and Impiementcompany, Cleveland.
ANTED-LADIES TO CANVASS KOI K
Ishnil with hest artielo in market. Ca 1
1 F:i-Uie-. mil street liefore : a. m nr alter
T AMID- 1'ARTSKil IN I X s 1 - It A NCI i
iusiri.'ss. Coofl live ncin r irt-ctis
opening lo hustler. Address . 11, care
A NTED -HOARD AND ROOM WITH
uctss itt baili. by youni.' man: rnusi le
loeaied in private residence. Adoress
A Sbl's o"..:e.
I TANTED TWOMEN COLLECTORS AND
fV solicitors for Roek Island. Permanent
positions. Sv Mitchell & Lynde buUdlug, be
tween 5 and 6 p. m.
A NTED TO RENT EICIIT OR NINE
room hnise in rcd loi'aiion. with miMi-
er:i improvemenis. Auiiress until October IS.
Iaick cox !) i, s-yeamore, in.
ANTED HOUSE OF FIVE To SEVEN
rooms, modern or otherwise in food
iiiiitien. u itliin hi iilocks or husinesa oistiict.
I!. Ii:irulls. 2tO." ; Fotirtii avcm:r.
WTANTED-LOCAL SOLICITIXIi ACENT
v t for aeeidcnl insurance. iie who can de
vote sulcient time lo the business to make it
profitable. Address "E M..' AKi.rs.
ANTED F'.VERYltODY TO KXiHV
Unit the e-Ierateii ehitnnev sw-ep ran
to found at I ion s sto e sto-e. -Teleptione I. '!.'.
Have o:ir c'h'm-.ey s and furnaces eleaned.
irAXTF:D-IIONF:ST MAX fiR WOMAN
vv lo travel for lart'e bmse. fcalirv t4'
monlhlv and expenses with increase. INisition
permanent. F'.:iclose seif-ftldresstd saiMied
envelope. Stcrelary. io Caxtou buiidmg
RENT AT I J SECOXD AVEXUE,
re rooms, weii furnished: iras. bath.
steam heat. A tirst-elass h'me tube Hest
location hi Hie city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
T.IOR SAIJ-.-A HARIVCOAL HEATER
-I-' used one easnn. renieklt d this year. Ad
dress "X Arus oiree.
IjlOK SALE-COOD DRIVINC HORSE. A
s.'ood traveler. Inquire, at l.M Second
aenue. Aptny during the day.
Tenth and Two lih uveLUes.
HA Ri JAINS IX
Ij'Oi: SALE - HI--. UTIFt'l. iio.mf: OX
. Nineteent h street and Tenth avenue; all
modern iiupio ements: f- ?.0. Reidy llros.
A COOD HUILDIXC LOT ON
nth street will be sold ut alow
e if solu thi fail. Address "T. A K-
I.IOR SAI.K-A crX)D IIMill COAL STI VE,
bel room .suit, diuintf room luble and
cbans at a
bargniu. Inquire at sou Twenty-
ITTOK SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
1? All kinds of fruit: K"d buildinirs: near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon,
Gordon & HowmaD.
piRSALI'.-SF.VKKJI. PIFCPS OF I'.US
J mess protiTty on ami adjacent to Sec
OEO aveuu. tnai wi i m
meuts. Rtidy, Hros.
FOIt SALF:--14 ROOM HOUSE ON SHV
enth avenue and fc-ihteenlh street. Mm1
ern: lot psivitn.' paid for: r,oiO. Tins is
a bargain. Reidy Hros.
T T sell our n.e.ilKleseent
Fath burner produces 10'-aniiie Dutur l::bt:
a'.l stores w ant them: eood indueeiiimi:ts to re-
li -:le salesmen. T'he 'hio Illuminating com
pany. V.ans!:eid. Chio.
rANTED (J(K)D SOLICITORS IN ROCK
v lsia::'J to tane orders for tiie celebrated
Stncer sevlnjr machine. A No. I contract
given to riirht partUrs. Cull on ir iwldress the
li;Ker Manuf acturicjjr company, 417 Harrison
ftrect, Davenport, Iowa.
Why experiment on yourself with
remedies of doubtful utility when vou
can ;et Chamierlain"s Coujrh Remedy,
wh'u-h has stood the test of time?
Twenty-live years' sale and use have
proven that remedy to le a prompt
and certain cure for colds. It will
cure a cold in a dav if taken as soon
as the cold has leen contracted and
liefore it has settled in the system.
Sold by all druggists.
Chronic nasal catarrh poisons every
breath that is drawn into the luns.
There is procurable from any drug
gist the remedy for the cure" of this
trouble. A small ouantitv of Elvs
Cream liahu placed into the nostrils
spreads over an inflamed and anpry
surface, relieving immediately the
painful inllamrnation, cleanses, heals
and cures. A cold in the head van
ishes immediately. Sold by drufrpsts
or will be mailed for 50 cents by Ely
Urothers, 56 Warren street, New York.
HOARDERS. A RiU'M WITH
rtwo viiiintr n:cn MniU'rii im-
provemenTs. lbt ai.d eo:d water-. b.:throni
fas and heat. Teru;-. --e isnna!'ic l.or-aion
t ct iu tiice-.Ty am: near I'Usines center, lu
ijiire T. . I3 A itofs
ANTED WOMEN TO HIND DKF.ss
t hit-Ids r.l htutie. Stcad unrk: il star.ee
rotis ilvanta'e: aky--ir denier :o sbo-.v -'i
l"r.i Shields. Kora ij!elds snan on waist
v ithoul se a :n. Serd In ct-nts for eataa'.i
of work Trie Kora SI ,eid company. ..
Hroome street. New Vcrk.
fr ANTED A
c ! . x i :n .m . ac f: n t. to
k l-i ind. laeri!ort and Mo-
1 r:e for t.c f the ;f ui;:i.' .Accident anil
He ilt'.i Assi.ratis-e Assoei.i: ions. A iso a eonple
o: iroo.1 siiicitors Arp.v to C. K. Craham,
in rouriu jii-tiLe. iwfk is.ami.
IjTOR SALE AT A SAt:RIFICE, 40-ACRE
- farm near town. 'xis of fnnlt. To be
fold cheap to settle an estate. Flore Is a bar
gain cheap tor cash. No trade. Gordon A
LlORSAI.E-IiKslIiAlll.F. HUSIXESS LO
cation on Seventh avenue and Thirty
eii;ht tret. This property will be disposed
of at :i birure lhat will interest investors.
IOR SALE ANY ONE WI'HINli TO
embark in a L'ood pa mr business can do
so by :nvest:!it.r in tmusetield Tir;iiure and
l--ecpi!ii; roomers. Can bu the f urnisMnkrs a'd
rent ttie noust in murino.' iirder. t entral loc
lion and all rnmlrn c invetiieuees. Address
' M. e.j A ki.cs oUloe.
MOXEV TO LOAN.
MONEYTOT.OANON REAL ESTATE
larj-'e or smail amounts, llcidy Hros.
OXEY TO LOAN -CHATTF-.L MOIST
,v:e io-ins y . 1 llstm:vn, 171 fcec-
ond avenue, without pub!itv or removal. He
auso mike colIection.s hard ones a specialty.
LOST AND FOUND.
ST ON !!!.: I. IXC CAi: SUNDAY
ever.i"'. a Teket-ok contaituiikr w
F r.der return to A H-.r- o.t.cc and receive re
w a: d .
T ADV MAN WANTI.H Tt ) TirAVKI
J. i udu pr)in; crn;. -iO per m n;ri ;llu
Sabscribe forTn Asacf
ST ON OK NEAK SF-COXD AVKNf'K
;kcd N.neteenih street a kroid u ;?oh oburiii
id form of Ciirar cutirr- KiQiler rt-i-rn i this
offloe and receive reward.
POSITIVELY THE LAST
ma. the Egyptian r.kimi-.t.
can be consulted contideniia.ly on all subjeo's
of i:fe. business r hie ariairs. Palmistry is
a s.-ience by whipii tne past, present aud 1 j
ture can be to. J Sa'..'aetion jarL.uteed.
Kead:nirs i" cents and up. Parlors t37 Sevta
DRFSS MAKING MRS. F. (;. IIOYI) HAS
mo. ed her iressnik:ntf parloi s from the
Tremann buiid:ni; to Second avenue, over K-C
and wo'ald be plca.sed u meet a.-i her old cus
tomers and extends a coniiai eicome lo
everybody. Tailor read su!;, m spej.ai!-.
I r ANTED T-5 LOAN MONEY ON DIA
TT rr.onds. watches, jearelry. hardware.
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
I70ks. furniture, etc. IC'tiesl cash prices
pi:a lorseroru uai.u pooas or all Kinds also.
The anove koihk for sale at b ilf the usual
store Driecs. Ali business transaction strictly
c-ininientiAi. ins new numncr ana location,
liti) Second avenue. I Sjn t forget IU J. W
Jones. 1 wo riUKs on 1347.
John Volk & Co.
Builders : : :
ALSO MANUFACTURERS Or
&ash. Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
veneerca ana iiara wood Hoor
lng of AU Kinds.
single and Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate, Bevli
Plate and Art 2 Ma.
R Hteenu, Rock s,and
r v-4 a luiunjntfriwi'i. I
Ntct Fi: to Ratore Gray
Heir to it Yo-iihrui Col- r.
Special Business Mention
The following firms arc recommended to readers of The Ar
gus as prepared to serve patrons to the best possible
advantage, and worthy of business confidence:
Suits made to
Cleaning and re
done at lowest
Nt ma. It- l.y trum.
Itlac-k Ioe Cream
It ( th-rreaml-t .r mlf
L. II Vcst.(;umCo.
CIIAS, L LLKMhVER,
( ils. IVrfumes.
Toilet A nicies.
fit 1 Seventeenth St.
KocK Island. 111.
S. A. IMAGER
Second ave. and
ACADEMY OF THE
conducted by the
sisters of the v isi
avenue, ltock Is
land. The Acad
the new academy
will be opened
Monday Sept. is.
MUSIO. ART. EL
and the languages.
K. A. I.K1THNKK. E F. S .'HI 1,1.1 NOKIl.
F. A. Leithner & Co.
PAN TA FOI11LM.
We will clean and press
your clothes for only f I jer
inonth. All work guaran
teed. Clot lies culled for and
en; Severuccn'.h St.
Kock Island. III.
Hull & Co.
Mitchell &. Lynde
AND Al.l. KINDS
Hides, wool &Ta!
low. Hit-best price
paid whether in
small or lare
or car load lots.
I'.ock Island. 111.
205. I-'ourth Ave.
tieth St. and
We give the
for the least
2100 Fifth ave.
The neit session
Ttb. istj. Hhilo
For terms and full
to KF:v J. T. A.
FLA NN AO A N,
E. F. Stroehle
Chicairo papers de
livered and Older
taken for ail peri
odicals. IJ1 Third avenue.
then so to
Ask your (Iro
cer for il nnd ;et
a Cook Book free.
117 Fast Seven
Dealers iu F'eathers.
Huy and Sell.
II. S. KACIIMAN
in town to
li'iiia Second avenue.
Hock Island. 111.
property and lots
for sale In the
E. J. Burns.
Real estate and
cy. Room 1 1!.
Mitchell & Lynde
iradnate 1 KM 1 of
FJevcn Years in
DK. J. It. COZINK,
Oflice anil resldenire
over David Don s
store. lUA2nd; Ave.
Kock Island. Id.
Chicapo papers de
livered. 327 Twentieth
21th St. and
Srd Ave. Rock
If you Intend do
Idk any building call
Shop and residence
at No. rj:i4 Thiny
eiKhth street. Kock
Step in and tret
iii- of those nice
ire card racks.
e huve a splen
did new line of
l'(K KKT Books,
And Ti icsks,
Just iii. They are
nice. We have
and preltv in writ
ing paper. See it.
Second - Street,
10 CENT Insurance
ise & Son
Ilie.ul Ic a loaf.
F. J. Steele. Pro.
170'J Second nr.,
B u ford Block.
Your entire ward
robe cleaned and
precd for tl per
month. Work called
for and delivered.
your wife's life
hill by uainjj
niTrd. l)j Penn
Oil & Supply Co.
For sale y all
Rock Island Electric Co.
Isolated Plants. Motors. Klectrleal
Supplies and Novelties, (leneral
Repairing. ICstlmates Cheerfully
F'uruisbed. Private Telejihoi.es.
ll'J Emu i f;f:n i ii Strkkt.
fl:ll Thirty eliihth st.
2518 Fifth Avenue.
nerved at. noon,
Lunch from 1:30 to
Kralsed beef with
and hot cakes ISc.
John E. Jay nes,
Short order house
open day or iiient.
Osi7 Second Ave.
M. T. Fkkk
es, clocks, and
keepers. Artistic jewel
ry making and
done. All work
a 30th St.. K Ride
A complete line
of new and 2d
A t the lowest prices.
I2J Second Ave.
a new invention.
I V) Uridine A venue,
Choice bard and
soft fual and coke,
hrne. cement and
buildini; material in
retail, itock Island.
O. 1. DOR AN,
work a specialty
J. P Williamson
New and sec
1.11 1 Second A v.
it. F. KNOX,
412 Twentieth St.
405 Hradv St'eet,
1 avcuMrl. Tele
3J3 Twentieth St.
Kock Island. Tele
Mstlinales ou any
thilii; Icet rfeal.
Comiilele slock of
iris. elf(tiii: Hud
for Kuroace Unc.
I'll I LB ROOK.
I Cock Island, HI.
lh public schoola.
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