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THE AUG OB, SaTUKDAT. DECEMBER 20. 1900.
THJi. TRAVELERS GUIDE
Paculc Railway Ticket
ean be purcasel or baerace
street depot, rt C, R. L & P
denot. corner Flftu areoue and
rcny-arsi street, jnrans a riumicr, Aeeci
Denver Limited &Omaba...'t 3:10 ami 3:00 an
Fv WorW. Denver &K. C. ,t S.-OS aminO:SS pit
auxweapoiis ......... t o:tJ am pic
fOmh Minneapolis 1 12-06 am 3:00 am
Omaba Lincoln Ex 7:S5 am tl 1:10 pna
Moines ft Omaba ill:65 pm!t S:10 am
Denver. Lincoln Omaba. 3:05 amlt S OS am
Dee Moines Express I;12:15 n!t6:Szam
Rock Island Bureau Ac. 4:30 prc 6:30 pm
St. Paul & Minneapolis. 3:0a amlt :06 pm
Denver, Fv Worth A K C.i 5:CO am.tlOtO pm
tKansos Clty.St Joe Dnvr 1 1:10 pmit 6:30 am
iKoeK Island A Washington ! 10 pmt 8:55 pm
ubicko jjcs noinea...iT x:is pm J s.eu pm
Rock Island Brooklyn Ac 5:35 pm t 7:40 am
tOinaba A Rock Inland... . 6:33 pm
tChleago. A Davenport. t t 7 00 pm
-AinTH. TLfCpWtUrV. imUft VXQCpi SHI
IDaJJy except Saturday. All others dally. Te.
T?OCK ISLAND A P10RIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street, af.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave C. K. I. a P. (Mo-
itne avenue) depot nve (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Goff, Agent.
t ma ins.
I IUTI taglTI
8pr'fieid, Cincinnati, Peo-j
Peoria. Sprltgfleld, St. I.;
Peoria Ejtprem I
Peoria, Springfield, Cincln-j
Cable Accommodation j 5:00 m
Oaole A Sberrard Acoom..
Cable A Sberrard Accom... 8:40 am
Cable A Sberrard Aeeom 8: cm
Trains marked dally; all other trains dally
T) A VENPORT, ROCK I8L
and A Northwestern rail
way ("The Trt-Clty Kute.")
Paattenger station at Rock
Island A Peoria depot foot of
Twentletb street. L, F. Ber
ry, O. P. A., Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, 1804
Second Avenue. Geo. W
I Liin ABB1VS
CUoton, Sterling. Chicago.
Gill ton. Chicago, Omaba.
7:15 ami 6 45 pm
Denver. Rock ford, Janes-
vUle. Madison (leave-Dav-
Clinton. Chicago, Dtxnn.
Sterling (ar. Davenport).
Clinton, Omaha Sioux City,
Ulan and Pacific Coast..
Cl'oMn, Sterling, Dixon,
6 50 pm
6 45 pm
Clinton. Chicago. Janes-
vle, Madison. Hock ford.
C 11 j ton. Denver, Omaha,
Trains marked dally
All otbera dally ex
IJDRLINUTON ROUTE O
"a. A . RAILWAY Depoi
First avenue and Sixteenth
M. J. VOUNO,
t. L SprlLgneid I'eorla.i
Hur. Quin viit Monmouth 6:55 am
JLloago, Sterling. Clinton Al
DuSuquc t 7-1 am
re-jria, Hardsion. Bur
llngton, Denver and west t J:40 pm
St l'uji V.lcr.eapoi's 7:f) pn.
Startle. Clinton A Dubuque' 7:50 pn.
t. L.. Ivana C. Denver A '
p nnwi via riainburs 7:15 prr,
"n''v 'Dally except Sunday.
bT. PAUL railway Ka
cine A boutn western DlvtalOL
Depot Twentlerb Htreet.
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Brecklo
i! i lsavs. ARBirs
St. Piul Kxpresa....
Freight and accom .
. I 7 30 am
. i 4:0il pm
. 1 6:20 i-m
1 1 :J An
All trains dally except Sunda."
CHAS E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co.
Traders Ini. Co.,
Union Ins. Co.
Rockford Ins. Co.
Security Ins, Co.
- Newark, N. J.
- - Chicago, IT
- Rockford, 111
New Haven. Conn
Ins. Co. State of 111.
Office, Room 3. Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire nd
Losses Promptly Paid.
, Sates as low as at
ean aCord. Youi
GEO. WAGNER, ir.
Repr-F-ar-ots the following well
known Fire and Accident Insur
Kccor-ater uarmaa Ids Oo Jtoen eater. M J
German " ...... FVeepon,
Hcrioutraiu " .......... Buffalo, K T
Re'.'ance ...... ....PtUadelpbl
uermac r .r. peorta. I
New Hampshire u ..sf acrheater. N E
MUwausee aieeeafuea " ..alUwauaee. wit
r?iiv and aoalT N.w Tor
Offloe corner Eirhteecth street
6econd avenue, aeoond Boor
Don't Be Fooledi
Take tbs genalDe, wiigiaal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TCA
Made only ey Madison Medf-
ctiM ilo.. Mmdi
keeps yHS veil
Price. 33 cents. Merer ;o!
la bulk. Accept w.
tut.. Ask "our druc
U. TboKae, tolc accnk
Ctarles Bleur. Sole Lcsses and Mgr.
Sunday, Dec. 30th.
Smith A Lamb present the
MURRAY COMEDY CO.
The biggest and tei rpertolre show
on earth In Lincoln J. Carter's comely
"JUST BEFORE DAWN"
With all special tcenlc effects.
P iers 10c, -J0c and 30c. Sale of seate
ocen Fr'day at Bteuer s jeeiry store.
1 Charles Bleuer. Sole Lessee and Mgr
ONE SOLID WEEK COMMENCING
Sunday, Cec. 23.
Hadley &. Rotnour present their
Imperial Stock Company.
Ileailed by MISS FLORA DE VOSS
sf s:s;ed by un excellent company.
Prices lOc, 20c and3Cc.
Are jJ ia the Queen & Cres
cent Koute and Southern Fy. for
FloriJ.i, New Orleans, Cuba or
California. All lines at Cincin
nati and at Louisville make direct
oniiKvtions with our fat liniitcJ
tr.:i;is wliich leave Cincinnati 8: ;o
a.m. anJ-Sp. n. Lea-e Louis'i!ie
i So. Uy.) 7:45 a. ;:i. anJ 7:45 p. rr..
..i...r tjr : i.ilit. Tarlor. C:'.-M'r-
' vj:i""i aij Ofe Cars M-r-ie a la i arte I--'
d.? '. K..e!!cnt lli'ntili s.rr ii e if -rawing
If . 1 l;iilm.:n Sltft'JHTS C.incinna'.i l- (
I tanicia. irr.oxvllli . AbhcvillP, S.:va-
Allaiia. nirmintiim. ?.'?v Or
I -arts. Jai Lsonvillo, Tamra. CU Au-
E-.i.t'ne, VI ksrura"J f-'irfvopwr..
vt. a. sremen, n. r. a.
,t3 A3AM3 3T1CCT, CMICACO.
W. J. HURPHV, GCN'l MAHlGf
An Innovation In Travel.
Much to the discomfort of South
ern tourists there has never been
through sleeping cars or through
coaches run from Chicago or any
other point north of the Ohio
river to Florida without change.
Commercing: Jan. 14, 1901. how
ever, the SOUTHERN RAILWAY
and connecting lines will place in
service a SOLID VKiTIBULED
TRAIN consisting of composite
baggage car, Pullman sleeping
cars. Dining car, and Observation
car. running through from Chi
cago to St. Augustine. Fla., with
out change, via Cincinnati, Chat
tanooga. Atlanta. Macon. Jesup
and Jacksonville on the following
schedule, daily except Sunday:
leave Chicajo. l'J-.W noon.
Ieave Cincinnati, 8:4U p. in.
Arrive Jacksonville, 7-.oO p. m.
Arrive St. Augustine. H:o0 p. ui.
This train between Cbicaco and Ci'cin
na 1 will r .n 01 Hlttraa'.e dv uvr the
ilooon and C. H .V l . Pen- fylvnoiu
andsiii: Four, leavinv ChicK M-mdajs
and 1 bursdays via 1 tie Monon. Tuesday
and Fridays Via tbe Peir Nylvacia. aril
Welrctdays anl Saturd. tia the
Bg Pour, iouih of Cincinnati tbe
route w:il be over the beautiful Quern
A Crescent to Jacks n 1 le. uod Florida
East Coast to St. Autrustine.
Parties imcc outside of Chicago can make
sleeping car reservations as far 13 advance as
desired by addressing ticket a.-enl of any of
tbe lines mentioned isove or wm. H. Taile,
A. G. P. A . outoTn raUway. Louisville Ky..
ir J. C Beni. Jr.. N. W. P A.. Soutbe.n
railway. 3 Dearborn street. Chicago, 11 v -
SEVEN THROUGH TRAINS
E erv Week Day f rwn
TRI-CITIES TO CHICAGO
(Sis Train on Sunday ) ia
BEST DINING CAR SERVICE
PILLTIAN .SLEEPERS O.N NIGHT TRAINS
Parlor Car on tbe Chicago Umitfd
hnr reservations, rates, and full infarsnatioa.
call on or address. Ticket Agent. Davenport.
U.. Rock Island ar noitac. Ilk,
DANGER FROM OVEREATING.
Insanity Often Caused by Too Liber
al Indulgence In Food.
It k well knowu to the few medical
men .that many cases of Insanity are
directly due to overeating and the con
sequent absorption Into the circulation
of toxic matters from ihe Intestinal
tract, and melancholia, whether in mild
or severe fcrm, is generally due to this
cause. Violent paroxysms of temper,
whether In children or adults, are often
properly referable to a bad state of the
Mood from this auto toxemia, as are In
deed the exceedingly exuberant spirits
of old or yoong at times. Just as we
observe In alcoholic 'poisoning, some
individuals are made temporarily, Jolly
aud good natured; others are made
ugly and unreasonable.
In view of this condition of affairs
Isn't it rather a wise plan for us all to
consider rather the needs of the or
ganism for food than the mere ques
tion of palate tickling, to aim to eat
good instead of bad food and enough
of It that Is, not too much to have
the conditions about right when we
take our meals; in brief to try and
treat our bodies decently even though
we act from a purely sensual point of
view? In no other way can we secure
the highest possible degree of pleasure
on the average, while by acting thus
enilly we may enjoy practical Im
munity from disease.
The more exercise we take under
proper conditions, the more we are ex
posed to cold, ami the clearer we keep
froui excess in clothing the more we
may eat; heiu-e, iu order to enjoy the
fullest measure of talle pleasures, we
must live actively, wear as little cloth
ing as is consistent witli comfort aud
do considerable "roughing" sometimes
called hardening. With all this we
should take our meals at .times when
the body or brain is not overtired, and
when we "have leisure to digest," and,
of all things, we should never eat un
less we are hungry. To eat without an
npietlte Is self abuse of the most
stupid sort, since it affords no pleasure
and is productive of disease. Physical
NOT IN THE PLAY.
A Case Where Two Actors Illaplayed
Presence of Mind.
A short time ago a great historical
play was being given iu an Italian
theater. The king had to read his
speech from the throne. He was sur
rounded by the court, all the repre
sentative nobles of the nation, tbe gov
ernors of the provinces and the heads
of the army.
Clad in his magritlceut roltes (lined
with rabbit skim he stalked majestic
ally a.-ross the stage, and. with titling
hauteur, slowly ascended the steps
leading to the throne. Kvery one bowed
low. ami the chancellor handed to his
majesty the parchment roll from which
to read the royal speech.
All waited attentively to catch the
words from the royal lips, but his maj
esty found, to his chagrin, that the
roll was blank. The speech was long
and had not been committed to mem
ory. It was impossible to get through it
with the aid uf the prompter, for he
was too far away to render the need
ful service. A bright thought passed
through the royal brain.
Having glanced over the roll as if to
gather the gist of the speech, he again
folded it and handed it back to the
chancellor with the command:
"You read it."
The chancellor was somewhat put
out. but dutifully took the roll and
opened it, only to discover the royal
pleasantry, whereupon, again rolling
the parchment up and taking from his
breast the resplendent tin order, he
laid them together at the king's feet,
"Your majesty, as I cannot read the
speech. I tender my resignation," and
walked off the stage.
lie Missed Her.
A speech which had a pathetic as
well as an amusing side is said to have
been made by an old New Hampshire
man on the occasion of his second wed
ding. "Neighbors." he said to those who
had witnessed the simple ceremony,
"you all know that this good friend
that's consented to marry me Is some
thing of a tstrangor in our town. Now,
I feel kind of insufficient. leing only a
man. to make her acquainted with ev
erybody as quick as I'd like to. So
I'm a-going to depend on yon women
folks," he added, with a confiding smile
at the members of the gentler sex. "to
make her feel at home among us. just
as my first wife would do If she was
here today. I miss her consid'rable all
the time, but more'n usual 011 an occa
sion like this!"
I'naceominodatlna- Stamp Clerk.
"One hundred two's?" said the post
office clerk. "Yes. ma'am."
"And charge them to Mr. Newliwed.
"Sorry, ma'am." interrupted the
clerk, "but we can't do that."
"You cau't?" the young bride ex
claimed indignantly. "My husband's
credit is good everywhere, and. tiesides.
we always get our letters from you!"
Annoyances of Wealth.
Wrest Tell you, friend, the rich has
Dawson Itet your life 1 do. Oust,
when I had two pair f pants. I found
the labor of changln things from one
set of iockets to the other set of pock
et" almost more'n I could stand. In
Water Starta a Fire.
A barn in Belgium was set on fire
by a shower. The farmer placed a
quantity of quicklime uear a shed and
left it there all night. In the course
of the night rain fell on the lime, and
the heat thus developed became so
STeat that it set ihe sbA'd on fire.
FACTS FROM FOSTER.
Foster, Dec 2S. Measles are raini.
in this community at present. Almos
a dozen families are afliicted with
The Misses Bessie and Laura Gillett
spent Christmas with their aunt, Mrs.
Laura De Graff, of Muscatine.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brogan and
little daughters, of Iowa City, are
here for a visit over tbe holidays with
Mrs. Brogan's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Foster.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zollner, of
Buffalo Prairie, ate Christmas dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zollner.
Matthew Obaver arrivtd home Sat
urday from Keokuk to spend the holi
days. M s. Divid Ripley and sister-in-law.
Mrs. Paoebe Gambrel. went to Belle
Plain, Iowa, last Friday morning,
baring been called there by the serious
illness of Mrs. Ripley's brother.
Ferdinand Mewes came home Mon
day from Rock Island.
Miss Hilda Finck arrived bere from
Durant. Iowa, Monday for a visit
The young friends of Eddie Willetts
gave him a pleasant surprise at his
home last Thursday eveniag. All re
port having had a very nice time.
The French school closed last
Thursday on account of a few cases of 1
scarlet fever in the district.
Mr. Schelley, who was shot last
week, was not seriously hurt and is
getting along nicely.
Miss Mae Bowser came over from
Muscatine to speed Christmas at
Joslin, Dec. 29. Miss Delia Kuhl
Sundayed with her sister Mrs Frank
F. J. Whiteside moves into his new
residence this week, and John Leas u re
moves into the residence vacated by
William Filbert and Frank Joslin
are hauling three car loads of rock
from Osborne station for the founda
tion of Mrs. Lipples' new residence.
King Matthew, the Arkansas trav
eler," started for Galesburg Thursday
last, expecting to leave on the Santa
Fe oute for the south to take up bis
old profession as telegraph operator.
The train that passed through Jos
lin on Wednesday night killed two
head of horses for George Oliver.
The accident was due to the negli
gence of some one who passed through
tie gates, leaving them open so as to
let the horses out upon the track.
While John Buckley was driving to
the timber for a load of wood, his
team became unmanageable, throwing
h'm to the ground, dragging him with
the lines which he had fastened
around him. He was severely in
jured, having one car almost severed
from his head. Ho is now getting
along as well as can be expected.
Tuesday last Charles fsborne had
quite an exciting runaway while
shredding corn fodder. Mr. th-borne's
team became frightened, running
away and doing considerable damage.
The'carrier of the shredder was en
tirely demolished, also the wagon and
hay rack were somewhat broken up.
One horse was hurt but the driver
managed to escape injury.
Mrs. W o Is Surprised.
"While we were living in Kngland," j
writes the wife of the Chinese minister
In Success. ,-I was often surprised iit
the ways of the Knglish girls, but when
I came here I found that American
girls enjoy a still . greater freedom.
Perhaps it may have good results. In
China girls are prevented from having
any knowledge of the world until they
are married, and for this reason they
sire always helpless and thoroughly de
pendent. Kven after marriage they
learn but little of real life unless they
are very ioor and are obliged to work
hard. Now. American girls seem al
ways to bo able to take care of them
selves. I am mure and more astonish
ed every day at the things American
girls are alle to do. They say there is
hardly any profession which women do
not follow and that sometimes they are
more successful than men. When I
write of such thimrs to my friends in
Just Saved His Life.
It was a thrilling escape that
Charles Davis, of Bowerston. O., late
ly bad from a frightful death. For
two years a severe lung trouble con
stantly grew worse until it seemed he
must die of consumption. Then he
began to use Dr. King's New Discov
ery and lately wrote: '-It gave in
stant relief and effected a permanent
cure." Such wonderful cures have
for 25 years proven Its power to cure
all throat, chest and lung troubles.
Price 50 cents and 1. Every bottle
guaranteed. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Bhaomatlsm Cared In a Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause ard the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
avenue. Rock Island; Gustavc Schle
gel & Son, 220 West Second street.
l.OOO Worth of Good.
A. H. Thurness of Wills Creek Coal
company, Buffalo. O., writes: "I have
been afliicted with kidney and bladder
trouble for years, passing gravel or
stones, with excruciating pain. Other
medicines only gave relief. After
taking Foley's Kidney Cure the result
was surprising. A few doses started
the brie it dust, like tine stones, etc..
and now I have no pain across my
kidneys and I feel like a new man.
Foley's Kidney Cure has done me
l,0o0 worth of good." For sale by
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
TheC, B. will have on sale
for the holidays, Christmas and New
Yeir, round trip tickets at one and
one-third fare to all stations within a
radius of 200 miles from selling sta
tion. Good going Dec. 22, 23, 24, 25
and 31, atd Jan 1. Returning good
to and including Jan, 2.
On account of Christmas and New
Year holidays, the Rock Island & Peo
ria railway will sell tickets to all
points at one fare and a third for the
round trip, tickets on sale Dec. 22,23,
24 25 31 and Jan. 1. return limit Jan.
2. For com pit to information call on
agent at Iinck Island & Peoria railway
or address M. A. Patterson, G. P. A.
Special hclid.-iy rates via the I)., R.
I & N. W. railway. For Christmas
and New Year holidays the D., R. I.
& N. W. railway wiil sell tickets to
points within 200 miles, including
the Chicago & Northwestern railway,
at one and one-third fare Tickets on
sale Dec. 22, 3 21 2o. 31 and Jan. 1,
limited to return Jan. 2. Also spe
cial rates to students and teachers
who wish to visit their bonces for the
holidays. For particulars inquire at
city ticket ollice, 1S03 Second avenue,
phone 10 10, or passenger station, foot
of Twentieth street.
The British Medical Institute
Is Crowded Almost Constantly With In
valid Keeking Health Three Months
Services are Ulven Free to All
at Their Office, 1 TOO Third
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical In
stitute have at tbe earnest solicitation
of a large number of patients under
their treatment in this country es
tablished a permanent branch of the
institute in this city at 1700 Third
avenue, over I'remann's meat market.
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirely
free for three months (medicine ex
cepted) to all invalids who call upon
them tor trettment between now and
Jan. 10. These services consist not
only of consultation, examination and
advice, but also of all minor surgical
The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and afflicted,
and under no condition whatever will
any charge be made for any services
rendered for three months to all who
call before Jan. 10.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee
a cure in every case they undertake.
At the first interview a thorough ex.
amination is made, and if incurable,
yon are frankly and kindly told so;
also advised against spending your
money for useless treatment.
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, cancer, with
out pain or cutting, rupture, all skin
diseases, and all diseases of the rec
tum are positively cured by their new
Dr. R. J. Nate, .the chief consult
ing surgeon of tbe institute, assisted
by one or more of his staff associates,
is in personal charge.
Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p.
m. No Sunday hours.
Special Notice If you cannot call,
send stamp for question blank for
Btnj. Itigeraon. of Ilutton, Ind.,
says be bad not spoken above a whis
per for months, and one bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar restored his
voice. Used largely by speakers and
singers. For sale by all druggists.
Ws tt Tea K.rul 1m Han Hiiran fc-jv
and sEQinilseuii cHieelfs
Tell of nervous prostration
that danger threatens.
for Hudyan cures all weak-nerve conditions. Hudyan Brings back
the glow of health rosy complexion and bright eyes.
Is your appetite poor, your digestion impaired figure 2 your
tongue coated, your memory clouded, your skin harsh and dry? If
so, take Hudyan . Are you weak irritable, cross, despondent,
gloomy, nervous? Do you lack confidence in yourself? ' If so.
Hudyan will cure you. Do you
3 backache, pain in joints, as in figure 6, fluttering of heart as in figure 1
feeling of exhaustion, dizziness, cold extremities as in figure 5, nausea, a ten
dency to faint, dark circles around eyes as in figure 4, ringing in ears, shaking
knees, weakness of limbs, sallow complexion? If you do, get Hudyan at
once. It will cure you.
Hudyan cures tremblings, sleeplessness, coated ton gue. constipation, bloat
ing of stomach, sharp pains, shooting pains, lack of energy, failing memory,
twitching of muscles, horrid dreams, smothering spells, and all other distressful
symptoms that arise as a result of weakened nerves and nerve centers. The
above symptoms all denote nerve weakness. Hudyan is a nerve remedy that
is superior to any other and is recognized by eminent medical men
Hudyan is for men and women.
Get Hudyan from your druggist. 50 cents a package, 6 packages $2.50.
If your druggist does not keep Hudyan send directto Hudyan Remedy
Co.. San Francisco, California. Yuo may consult Huydan doctors free.
We have the goods and
everything is sold at a low
price. Come and see, we
will save you money.
Mahogany Parlor Rockers for Gifts.
Solid Mahogany Rocker up from
We have the largest display of pirlor furnituro in the Tri-Citics. leather
covered Furniture for Gifts. Fino Leather CjE 4
Seat and back Rockers up from
A handsome Rug will make a desirable New Year's
Gift. We have the largest line
to select from.
Massive Dressers in all Woods.
Ladies' Dressing Tables.
And thousands of
Cor Sixteenth Street
Clemann & Salzmann
J. T. Boainov, PreaKJeni X 8 IfcOaaa Vice President H Oairasx, Osahlar
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital 8tock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
BOARD OP DIEECTOIiS.
Pater me, L. 8. MoCabe, E. D Bweener,
C. J. LartdD, j. F. Robinson, Henry W. Tremaan,
James I. L Veils, H. B. Casveel. H. D. Maok,
Sweeney Walker, bolleltora,
HOVXr LOABTXD OsT FXKSOsTaX, COIXATK&aX OB KXaX Z8TATK SKCUaMTT.
Open dally 9 a. m. to S p. ra. Saturdays 7 to 8 p. m.
Office 1p Bock Island National Bank Building.
These symptoms serve to warn one
averts iho danger
suffer with headache as in figure
Bissell Carpet Sweepers
other useful articles.
and Second Avenue
I D. Mutfge
Louie A. SenaM