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Q7HE AEGUS, MOOT) AY, AUGUST 20, 1906.
Notice of Flaal Settlement.
Estate of Addle D. Crawford, de-
Public notice Is heroby (riven that the
under ignd. HukIi XV. Crawford ad
ministrator. ha this day filed his final
report and settlement as such In the
county court of Rock Island county,
find hearing on paid report has Itecn set
for Sept. lo, 1906. at o'clock a- m., at
which time persons Interested may ap
pear and make, objections-thereto, and
if no objections are filed, said report
will be approved at that time, and the
undersigned will ask for an order of
distribution, and will alsa ask to be
Rock Island. 111.. Aug. 15. 1906.
HUGH XV. CRAWFORD.
State of Illinois, County of Rock Is
In the Circuit Colrt To the Septem
ber term. A. I. 1S0S.
Emma K. Hopkins vs. Lee D. Hop
kins. In Chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residenre of Lee
D. Hopkins, the defendant above nam
ed, having been filed in the office of the
clerk of the circuit court or nocn mawi
county, notice is hereby piven to the
said non-resident defendant, that the
complainant tiled her bill of complaint
in said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on the fcth day of Auprust, A.
I. 1906. and that a summons thereupon
Issued out of said court against said
defendant, returnable on the third Mon
day of September. A. L. 1306, as is by
law required. , ' . .
Now. therefore, unless you. the said
Lee I. Hopkins, shall personally be and
appear before the said circuit court of
Rock Island county, on the first day of
the next term thereof, to be holden at
the court house, in the city of Rock Is
land. In said county, on the third Mon
day of September. A. D. 16. and plead,
answer or demur to the said complain
ant's bill of complaint, the same, and
the matters and things therein charged
and stated, will be taken as confessed
and a decree entered against you ac
cording to the prayer of said bill.
In testimony whereof. I have here
unto set my hand and affixed the s-al
of said court, at my office in Rock Is
land, this 8th day of August, A. I). 1906.
. GEORGE XV. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Marion E. Sweeney, complainant's so
Rock Island. III.. Aug. 8. A. r. 1906.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of said county.
To the September term, A. O. 1906. In
Anna L. Swanson vs. Alfred Swan
son. Affidavit of the unknown residence of
the said Alfred Swanson having been
filed in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice is there
fore hereby given to the said defendant
above named. Alfred Swanson, that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint
in said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on the 2rtth day of December.
1903. and thereupon a summons issued
out of said court, wherein said suit is
now pending, returnable on the first
Monday in the month of January. 19o6,
as is bv law required, which said sum
mons was returned by the -sheriff of
said countv not served, and thereupon,
on the 13th day of August. 1906. an
alias summons Issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, re
turnable on the third Monday in the
month of September next, as by law
Now, unless you. the said defendant
above named, Alfred Swanson. shall
personally be and appear before said
circuit court on the first day of the next
term thereof, to-be holden at Rock Is
land, in and for said county, on the
third Monday in September next, and
plead, answer, or demur to said com
plainant's bill or complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as
confessed and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill.
GKORGE V. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Aug. 14. 1906.
Searle & Marshall, complainant s so
'Tlcitors. Publication Notice.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, in and for said
county. September term, A. D. 1906.
Albert R. Hereen. complaiiant. vs.
Charles A. Dement. Marian A. Griffin.
Amelia E. Schuler. Esther S. Dement.
Ettie V. H. Dement. Carmen I De
ment, Rosanna V. Dement. Anna A. De
ment, the unknown heirs and devisees
of Charles Dement, deceased, the un
known heirs and devisees of Samuel
Richards, deceased, Eliza A. Richards,
the unknown heirs and devisees of ilyra
Richards, deceased. Grant Richards.
Sarah Bryant, the unknown heirs and
devisees of Jennie M. Bell, deceased,
Clara I. Grove. Medad Martin, the un
known heirs and devisees of Medad Mar
tin, deceased, and the unknown ownerJ
or owners or the following aescrioen
real estate, to-wit: The east half of
the southwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of the southeat quarter of sec
tion seven, in township nineteen north,
range two. east of the fourth principal
meridian. In the county of Rock Island
and state of Illinois.
To the above named defendants, the
unknown heirs and devisees of Charles
Dement, deceased, the unknown heirs
and devisees of Samuel Richards, de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devisees
of Myra Richards, deceased. Grant Rich
ards. Sarah Bryant, the unknown heirs
and devisees or Jennie M. Bell, aeceasca.
Clara I. Grove, the unknown heirs and
devisees of Medad Martin, deceased. Me
dad Martin and the unknown owner or
owners of the following described real
estate, to-wit: The east half of the
southwest quarter and the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter of
section seven. In township nineteen
north, range two. east of the fourth
principal meridian, in the county of
Rock Island and state of Illinois.
Affidavit of your non-residence hav
ing been filed In the office of the clerk
of said court, notice is hereby given to
you and each of you that the above
named complainant has tiled in said
court his bill of complaint against you,
on the chancery side of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending: that
a summons in chancery has been issued
in said cause against you. returnable to
the next term of said court, to be begun
and held In the city of Rock Island in
said county on the third Monday in Sep
tember. A. D. 1906. at which time and
place you are to plead, answer or de
mur to said bill of complaint, if you
Dated at Rock Island. 111.. Aug. 17,
A. D. 1906.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Said Court.
Murphy & Witter, complainant's so
licitors. Publication Notice.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, In and for said
county. In Chancery. September term,
A. D. 1906. Bill to Quiet Title.
John Lancaster Spalding, bishop of
Peoria, complainant, vs. Priscilla A.
Wlnchell, Marie Louise Ennls. as con
servatrix of the estate of Prislilla A.
Wlnchell, an insane and distracted per
son, Miranda E. Jarvis. if living, and
the unknown heirs and devisees of Mir
anda K. Jarvis. if dead, defendants.
To the above named defendants, Mir
anda E. Jarvis and the unknown heirs
and devisees of Miranda E. Jarvis, de
ceased: Affidavit of your non-residence
having been filed in the office of the
clerk of said court, notice is hereby
given to you and each of you that the
above named complainant has riled In
said court his bill of complaint against
you. on the chancery side of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending; that
a summons in chancery has been issued
in said cause against you. returnable to
the next term of said court to be begun
and held in the city of Rock Island, in
said county, on the third Mondav in Sep
tember. A. D. 1906, at which time and
place you sre to plead, answer or de
mur to said bill of complaint, if you
Datad at Rock Island, HI., Aug. 17,
A. D. 1906.
GEORGE W. 'GAMBLE.
Clerk of JSaid Court.
Murphy A Witter, complainant's so
To St. Paul in Rowboat. Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph E. Martin left Saturday af
ternoon in their launch, the Bessie, for
St. Paul and intermediate points. The
trip seems of considerable magnitude
considering that the boat is small, be
ing in reality a converted rowboat, and
their engine is only one and one-half
horse power. But the boat is light and
thoroughly tried, and Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin are thorough navigators, having
spent the greater part of their spare
time upon the Mississippi since first
Investing in a rowboat several years
ago. The Bessie has investigated ev
ery portion of the river hereabouts and
has always brought her crew home
safe and sound. She will easily make
60 miles per clay up stream, though it
is not the intention to crowd the boat,
but to make a leisurely trip and enjoy
Pure Food Show Opens. The sec
ond floor of the Robert Krause build
ing on Second street, directly under
Prosperity hall, is resplendant with
bunting and decorations, and with elab
orately arranged, booths containing ex
hibits in the first annual pure food
Sign a Bond
As surety for a friend, you
injure your credit. Bankers,
Credit Men and Commercial
Agencies take this into consid
eration when determining your
Moreover you JEOPARDIZE
YOUR ESTATE. Losses on
bonds invariably occur from
unexpected sources, and fre
quently lonp; after the bonds
are signed. The provision that
a ma n has made for his family
. during: nis entire lifetime is
often wiped out after .his death
by a loss on a bond signed by
Refer your friends to the
of Hew York
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THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1906
LAKE ERIE AND WESTERN
Through Buffalo and Philadelphia.
Train leaves Peoria 7 a. m., Aug.
Tickets good to return until Sept.
6, 1906, with stopover at Philadel
phia, Niagara Falls, Glen Summit,
on return trip.
Tickets will be honored on going
or return trip between Buffalo and
Cleveland on C. & B. line steamers.
For tickets, sleeping car accom
modations, and full particulars, ad
dress E. B. LEPPERT,
District Passenger Agent,
325 Main Street. Peoria, 111.
QUEEN & CRESCENT
CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
To all Important Cities
For Information Address
W. A. BECKtEB, N. P. A.
1L3 Monroe St.. Chicago, EL
V. A. CAB RETT, 6ENL If SR..
W. C. SiNEARSON. & P. A
I show to be held in Davenport under
!the auspices of the Retail Grocers' as
sociation. The show is managed by
the National Pure Food company,
which has a contract with Davenport
merchants for a show annually during
a period of five years. The members
of the company are W. T. Senter and
R. L. Gump, two progressive and
hustling young men who have been
putting on these shows in many south
ern and western cities. The show
Big Masonic Meeting. Announce
ments of a big Masonic meeting here
this fall have been issued. It is to be
a reunion of the four coordinate bodie3
of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of
the Valley of Davenport, Orient of
Iowa, and southern jurisdiction of the
United States. This meeting will be
at the Masonic temple on Oct. 21, 25
and 2G, and the Masonic degrees from
the fourth through the 32nd will be
conferred on a class of candidates.
This Scottish Rite meeting always
brings together a representative body
of Masons from the surrounding coun
try and is made an occasion of pleas
nre and work in behalf of the order by
the Davenport Masons.
Steward for Club. It was announc
ed at the meeting of the board of di
rectors of the Commercial club that a
man had been found for the office of
steward, who would also take upon
himself the duties of chef, at a salary
of $125 per month. It had been ex
pected to engage both steward and
chef, but with one man to look after
both positions, there will be a monthly
saving to the club of $75. The direc
tors think the man selected is just the
ideal man for the place, but are not
ready to make his name public. Secre
tary Steel presented for membership
the name of Dr. D. S. Falrchild, Jr.,
XV. H. Voss. and Captain M. I Hen
derson. The rules were suspended and
the men elected immediately to mem
bership in the club.
Obituary Record. Miss Alfrieda
Denkmann, who had taught school for
a number of years in Cleona township.
departed this life Saturday at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Denkmann. on Telegraph road in
Iast Monday Mrs. A. L. Pierce of
Buffalo, Iowa, suffered a stroke of ap
oplexy, from which she never recover
ed and which proved fatal Saturday
Deceased was 75 years of age on Fri
day last, and had made her home with
her daughter, Mrs. A. Green, her hus
band having died a number of years
ago. The remains were taken to Os
wego, N. Y., where deceased is sur
vived by another sister, Mrs. M. Stow
ell, and a brother, William F. Evarts.
Nabstedt Wins. Fred Xabstedt was
winner of the king shoot at the Schuet
zen park range yesterday.
DUDES OF OTHER TIMES.
Dr of n Danilr of tlie Enrlr "In-
tecntii t riitnry.
A euro for the confirmed railer
against modern dress might be a course
of inspect iou through a file of old
fashion magazines or the perusal of
such accouuts as are given by the
author of "Sketches of I.ynn." The
description is that of a suit worn in
the first part of the nineteenth century.
The boots were an Important article
of dress. The toes were made as broad
as the ball of the foot, with the cor
ners well rounded, giving the shoe the
resemblance to the snout of a shovel
nosed siiark. They were very snug and
required strong straps. In order to get
Into a fashionable pair the heel of the
stocking was well soaped and some
pulverized soap sprinkled into the boot,
The length of time it took to get one
on depended on the strength of the
owner and the strap.
The stylish overcoat displayed five
capes, one above the other. The trou
sers were expected to fit as tight as the
skin. Just how they were put on is a
mystery. The coat was especially snug
under the sleeves, and the velvet collar
scraped tip the back of the head. The
camlet overcoats after a little wear,
became ns stiff as birch bark.
The thing worn about the neck was
called a stock. This name was appro
priate in its suggestion of an instru
ment of punishment. The stock was
from three to six inches high, and was
made stiff. A man was forced to look
straight ahead. Only by careful man
agement could he see a little on either
side. Alnmt halfway between his eyes
and ears two little points of collar
stuck up like toothpicks.
Ruffled bosoms and wristbands fin
ished the costume, with the addition of
a tall silk hat. When Inclosed In this
manner, with a dash of attar of roses
on his handkerchief, the man of the
period was considered irresistible.
In Self Defense
Major Hamm, editor and manager of
the Constitutionalist, Eminence, Ky.,
when he was fiercely attacked, four
years ago, by piles, bought a box of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of which he
says: "It cured me In lu days ana no
trouble since." Quickest healer of
burns, sores, cuts and wounds; 25
cents, at Harta & Ullemeyer's drug
Time changes ideas and conditions.
There are a lot of things which the up-to-date
young woman of today does
which are good for body and health.
She takes Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Tea or tablets, 35 cents. T. H.
The intense itching characteristic of
salt rheum and eczema is Instantly al
layed by applying Chamberlain's Salve
As a cure for skin diseases this salve
is unequaled. For Bale by all leading
Co On Auto Trip. In spite of the
heavy rains of the past two weeks, one
party of automobile enthusiasts has
ventused forth on the country roads.
E. H. Sleight left with a large party in
his Packard for Vinton, Iowa. His
wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dietz, and
Miss Edna Sleight accompanied him,
and they anticipate a fine run to the
Iowa town. They will go by way of
Des Moines. The roads in that section
of Iowa are reported to be in fair shape
although a little "rutty."
Would Straighten Line. A petition
will be entered with the board of su
pervisors at its September meeting by
the officials of the interurban system
for a right of way along Fourth ave
nue east from the city limits. It is de
sired that the grant be for 20 years,
end official notice has been published
by the merger company. The company
will ask for a right of way at least COO
feet east from Thirty-fourth street with
a view to straightening out some of
the kinks and curves between here and
Boy Wins Medal. Lisle Watters,the
only boy among six speakers in the W.
C. T. U. medal contest in the Baptist
church, was winner according to the
decision of the judges of the splendid
silver medal reading "W. C. T. U. Ora
torical Prize. "
Two Have Falls. To fall a distance
of 24 feet upon a bed of rocks and still
live is the experience of A. F. Feld
heim. an employe of the Dravo Con
struction company, which is building
the Moline harbor lock. The 5-year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Anderson
of 2000 Fourteenth-and-a-half street
had almost as narrow escape from
death, as he fell to the ground from a
second story window.
Burglars in Home. Burglars entered
the home of F. A. Peterson, 1932 First
avenue, Friday afternoon and stole a
gentleman's open-faced gold watch and
chain, also a pair of trousers.
Robert Reid Overcome by Heat.
Robert Reid, who has charge of the tin
work for the firm of Reid & Witter,
was overcome by the heat Saturday af
ternoon while at work on the skylight
at the Manufacturers hotel. He was
brought back to consciousness and
then taken home, where he is now in
a serious condition.
Proposes a Picnic. The Colona Av
enue Civic Improvement leaeue. which
was organized last spring, has not only
made the road one of the best hieh
ways In the state, but now it is taking
hold of social affairs and will hold a
basket picnic and fishing day at De
Porter's pasture south of Coaltown on
Wednesday, Aug. 29.
Girls on Strike. The Incandescent
Light company was forced to close its
plant Saturday noon on account of 15
or tne girls employed at the plant quit
ting work. The girls went home Fri
day noon, and Saturday they appeared
and asked for their pay. which was eiv-
en them, after which they again went
home. This number quitting work,
broke the circuit, so to sneak, and as
a result it was necessary to close the
plant. The places of the strikers were
filled today. The girls who Quit be
came disgruntled because refused a
Whitaker-Kronmiller. Charles Whit
aker and Miss I.ydia Kronmiller were
united in marriage last Friday even
ing at S:30 at the parsonage of the
First Metnodist church bv Rev. M. V
Crumbakcr. They were unattended.
The bride has been employed at the
Moline Candy company. Mr. and Mrs.
Whitaker departed Saturday morning
ror Kacme. Wis., where thev will make
tneir future home.
TOO HUMBLE A HUSBAND.
PoKiiion or Prince Albert. Royal
Connort of Qnrrn Victoria.
A woman looked up with a laugh
from a heavy volume she was reading.
. "Now I know," she said, "why Queen
Victoria was so fond of tlie prince con
sort. This husband did not merely re
gard his wife as his equal; he regarded
her as Immeasurably his superior, say
ing that It wa,s his duty to siuk his
own individual existence in her. Lis
ten to this letter that Prince Albert
wrote to the Duke of Wellington. Here
is a champion of woman's rights In
deed. Don't you think, though, it Is
going too far for a man to humble
himself so low as this?"
She then read from her book In a
My Dear Duke In the question whether
it is advisable that I should take the
command of the army I have come to the
conclusion that my decision ought entire
ly to be guided by the consideration
whether It would interfere with or assist
tpv position of consort to the sovereijrn.
Thin position Is a most peculiar and deli
cate one. While a female sovereign has
a great many disadvantages In compari
son with a king, yet If she la married and
her husband understands and does his
duty her position, on the other hand, has
rnany compensatory advantages and . In
the long run will be found to be stronger
even than that of the male sovereign.
But this requires that the husband should
entirely sink his own Individual existence
In that of his wife and that he should aim
at no power by himself or for himself.
being content to be the husband of the
queen, the private secretary of the sov
ereign and the tutor of the royal chil
Don't drag along with a dull, billlous,
heavy feeling. You need a pill. Use
DeWltfs Little Early Risers, the fa
mous little pijls. Do not sicken or
gripe, but results are sure. Sold by all
enables you to do away with the back-breaking, clothes-destroying scrubbing board, for the
soap does the work itself. Your part of the cleansing process is over when the clothes
are in the boiler. Positively no rubbina reaulred slmDlv rinse and nana out to drv. What S
formerly took a whole day
doing the work.
Avoid the rush and leave for Minne
apolis via the Rock Island in through
train Saturday or Sunday night at 9:20.
The C, M. & St. Paul offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, fro mthe tri-cities, sleeping car
reservations made to any point desir
ed. For further information phone any
of their offices.
$2.75 Peoria and Return.
On Aug. 19, 20 and 21 the Rock Is
land will sell round trip tickets to Pe
oria at rate of $2.75. Limit returning
$4.65 Springfield and Return.
On Aug. 19. 20 and 21 the Rock Is
land will sell round trip tickets to
Springfield at rate of $4.03. Limit Aug.
To Colorado for the Summer.
Via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railway. Why not take a trip to
Colorado this summer and enjoy the
climate and scenery of the Rocky
Mountains? The rates are low and the
through train service by the St. Paul
Unlcn .Pacific line excellent. Ask the
nearest agent about rates, routes and
train service, or write today to F. A.
Miller, general passenger agent, Chi
cago. Colorado-California book sent to
any address for six cents' postage.
$22 Chicago to New York
And return via Lake Shore. Tick
ets on sale Aug. 2S and 29, good re
turning until Sept. 4. For full particu
lars call or write M. S. Giles, T. P. A.,
Chicago. W. J. Lynch, passenger traf
fic manager, Chicago.
C, M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers' tickets on sale the
first and third Tuesday In each month
to points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers territory. For further infor
mation phone or call at any C, M. &
St. P. office.
Special Low Rate Excursion
To New York City, from Chicago, via
the Michigan Central. Rate, one fare
plus $2 Tickets good going Aug. 2S
and 29, good returning until Sept. 4.
Ask local agents or address L. D. Ileus
ner. Cl. W. P. A., 236 Clark street, Chi
Annual Home Visitors' Excursion.
To Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky
points via Lake Erie & Western rail
road, Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1906. Indiana
polis, Ind., $3.00; Sandusky, Ohio,
f jl pHE characteristics that have made Blatz Beers world
j N famed are an invariable feature of each brand.'
y m Whether your dealer offers you Blatz "Wiener,"
"Private Stock," ."Export" or "Muenchener," you will be
sure of a beer that's brewed for quality along either
Bohemian or Bavarian lines by the Blatz Process.
And it's this very process that's the answer to the much
talked of Blatz Character that "peculiarly good taste."
All of the fundamental and essential elements of honest
brewing are only the "setting" on which is built Blatz
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If you want your white garments and your bed and table linen yellow,
there's n belter way to make them so than by rubbing the dirt Into
them on a washboard with yellow soap. Whatever cleansing properties
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clothes can be obtained only by boiling boiling with Maple City Self
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A. m - a a a il
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5 cents at all grocer.
$7.50; Cincinnati, Ohio, $7.00; Louis
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Toledo, Ohio, $7.50. Other points at
proportionate low prices. Tickets lim
ited 30 days from date of sale. Special
train consisting of high back seat
coaches and standard Pullman sleepers
will leave Peoria at 10:15 p. m. For
further information, address, E, II. Lep
pert, district passenger agent, 325
Main street, Peoria, 111.
Don't save your money and starve
VigorouH thought must come from a
Tens of thousands of people fall be
cause they love their ease too much.
"Keeplug alive that spirit of youth,"
Stevenson used to say, was "the per
ennial spring of all the mental facul
ties." A man may build a palace, but he
can never inako of it a home. The
spirituality and love of a woman alone
can accomplish this.
If we are contented to enfold the life
within according to tlie pattern given
us wo shall reach the highest eud of
which we are capable.
By proper training the depresIug
emotions can be practically eliminated
from life -nnd the good emotions ren
dered permanently dominant.
Every time you crowd into the mem
ory what you do not expect it to re
tain you weaken its powers and you
lose your authority to command it
John Wesley anil Ilea a Kaih.
In a book about Bath is set forth a
story about John Wesley. Beau Nash
had told Wesley that his preaching in
the street was not only contrary to law.
but it "frightened people out of their
"Sir," said Wesley, "did you ever
hear me preach?"
"Xo," said tlie master of ceremonies.
"IIow then can you Judge of what
you never heard?"
'By common report," said Nash
"Common report Is not enough. Give
me leave, sir, to ask. is not your name
"My name is Nash."
"Sir," said Wesley, "I dare not Judge
of you by common report."
Why does the sun burn? Why does
a mosquito sting? Why do we feel un
happy in the good old summer time?
Answer: We don't. We use DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve and these little ills
don't bother us. Learn to look for the
name on the box to get the genuine.
dd by all druggists.
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Bottled Blatz is available, or should be, in most
first-class places. Ask for Blatz Beer.
Telrpbone 1125 or drp m poatal to Brardaler A Bailey,
wholesale dealers, 217 Eighteenth St., Rock lalaad. 111., for a
cue delivered home.
The celebrated brands Private Stock, Wiener,
Muenchener and Exportare
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rest while the soap Is
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third Tuesdays in each month
to all points in Tennessee, Ala
bama, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mis
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RATE One first class fare
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LIMIT Thirty days from date
STOP OVERS both going and
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