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THE ARGUS, "WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1891.
Faklssbad Daily and Weekly at HS4 Becoad Ar
cane, Book Island, 111. .
si. W. Potter.
Tnu-Daily, SOc pat month; Weekly, 93.00
All eonurnirleattons of orttleal or argumenta
tive afcaracter, political or reUsioos. moat hsve
teal aaae attached for publication . No each sxti
ttetes will be printed over ictltloni signatures -Ajsubjbous
cuinuiuntoarlons not noticed
Oorreapondence eollelted from every township
fa Bock Island county.
Wkdhtssday. Koykmbkr . 1891.
Wk are the bo(y)ies!
Egbbah for democracy 1
Ro8wkll P. Flower has developed in
to a handsome democratic bouquet.
Thk "Tammany Tifter" drove the New
York republicans into the jungle of despair.
Fanaticism hag raceived another Eel
back in Iowa, which it should be slow to
Fi,oweb, Russell, Brown and Boies is a
pretty good quartette of democratic gov
The Union's rooster must have been
Crowing this morning simply to keep up
New York has again demonstrated
that it is the empire state of the democ
racy, as well as of the union.
The only consolation the republicans
can extract from yesterday's elections is
the election of a governor in a state with
a normal republican m&j irily of 30.000.
That Vnnpt to Sleep with tbe Odor of
Dried Sweet Blossoms and Herbs.
" lumber pillows are among the latest
tads and nothing can be more attractive,"
says The Decorator and Furnisher, which
describes them as follows: "Many of them
are made of white linen in order that they
can oe laundered easily. They are usually
embroidered in wash linens or silks, and
hare on them some appropriate quotation
and spray of flowers. A dainty one has
malcenhair ferns gracefully embroidered
on it. On another is wild roses. This
last named one is filled with rose leaves
gathered during the rose season and is very
fragrant. One is filled with sweet violets
and has a bunch of them on tbe cover.
Othe-a are filled with dried hops, herbs,
grasses or down. Some of them are round,
with a pull of the same all around and
laced with a cord over the puff. Others
are square, wfth the corners coming to
gether on one side with a puff underneath.
All srts of odd and quaint shapes and
styles are seen.
"Afghans or slumber robes are needed the
year round to throw over one while taking
nap or reclining in the hammock. Very
attractive ones can be knit of two con
trasting colors in stripes and put together
with a crocheted cord. They can be finish
ed wil h a fancy edge or a tied fringe.
Others equally pretty are crocheted af-
ghan Hitch, and have alternate stripes of
plain black and Roman, ones. These are
put together with a fancy cord showing
the shades of red, green and black and fin
ished with a heavy fringe, which is tied
three t lmes. Five or seven stripes are used.
For a hild's afghan five is sufficient."
It has been said that as goes New
York, so goes the Union, an assertion
which hag been frequently verified. It is
significant in view of next year's presi
de ntial election.
The saying that a "drowning man will
catch at a straw" is exemplified in the
republican glorification oyer McKinley
carrying Ohio. A republican victory in
Ohio is paramount to a democratic victory
The republican party in Iowa will be
gin to realize after a while that it will
have to cut loose from tbe cranks if it
desires tbe respect of the thinking, cons
ervative people, to say nothing of the
support of the masses.
Stereotyped heading in republican
newspapers, "McKinley Elected '"Grand
Republican Victory in Ohio!" Further on
in small type is told the sad story regard
ins Massachusetts, New York, Pennsyl
vania, Maryland, Virginia and Iowa.
The sultan of Morocco, has beenemps
tying the vials of bis wrath upon the
Beni MTir tribe, who had declined to
pay tribute. After punishing them se
erelv In a sharp battle about 100 of
their women came into camp to ask the
Sultan's pardon and humble themselves
before him. For hours they sat before
bis tent, weeping and crying for mercy,
their faces unveiled in token of deep con
trition. They asked the sultan to have
mercy on their husbands, their brothers
and their children. Tbe next day thty
continued their piteous wailing, and in
the evening the sultan bade them return
to their homes and send their busbacda
into camp. Be confronted them with the
assurance that if their tribe . obeyed him
and refrained from highway robbery he
would no', attack them again.
The recent death of Major William C.
Manning, of Newport, Me., recalls the
curious coincidence of two men of the
same name, both belonging in Maine
bJthenl isting in Massachusetts regimcnto
and both attaining the rarik of major in
the volunteer service. One was tbe de
ceased, tbe other being Mij. William C.
ManniDE. of the regular army, now sta
tioned in Texas, a brother of Premies C
Manning, a prominent merchant of Port'
land. The similarity in the namf-s and
rank of the two men has frequently
caused annoying and ludicrous mistake:
on the part of the ptople who mixed tbe
soldiers up. . On one occasion
tbe Newport major visited a Western city,
and his arrival was mentioned in locn
papers. Next day he received a note
from a lady whom he bad never heard of
before, asking curtly why be had ne
gleted to call upon her. Was be too
much taken up with other people to pay
any attention to her, or did be not cons
aider it worth his while to call? and so
on, the epistle plainly leading up to a flow
of tears. The astonished veteran did
call upon the lady, and when they met
she felt more foolish than neglected.
8 be was the intended bride of tbe other
major. Tbe two soldiers occasionally
happened to be in the same city at the
same time, and as both were well known
innumerable blunders bothered them
until tbey got far apart again, and they
often congratulated t htm selves that they
lived a great distance from one another
Holies to Water Consumers.
Parties wishing to have the water sup
ply shut off during the win'.er season wi
iileate leave .notice at the city clerk
office before Nov. 10. Nn charges w
be made. Robert Eoeuler,
Collector of Water Rtnt.
Oysters at Kxell & Math's.
A ROMMMGC OP IHtUtSttlt.
A Croeheted Afghan.
An Afghan which goes off very fast in
the working is made of shades of red Ger-manto-vn.
The Ladies' Home Companion
gives tie following directions for working
it: "With a very coarse hook chain 136
stitchex. Work in double crochet (insert
hook in stitch, draw yarn through, then
througi two stitches on hook,); work
always into back part of stitch to give a
ribbed effect. At the seventh stitch of the
chain work two stitches into one stitch; at
tbe fourteenth, miss one. This alternate
widening and narrowing gives a Vandyke
effect. Finish with heavy fringe. Crochet
shells oq the sides. White and pale blue
makes an effective afghan for a baby;
make t'iree stripes white and three stripes
blue, alternately If a softer effect Is
wished, used saxony."
Novelties In Menu Cards.
The skeleton at the feast has been re
placed ay the bogy man. After having
the bogy man dinned into our ears we are
now to have the bogy man at dinner. It
is only t n a menu, however. Another is a
ONE OF THE NEW DESIGNS FOR A MEKTJ CAED.
menu of creepy, crawly character, "The
Spider's Web" (see cut). The appropriate
ness of tl e design appears to lie in the fact
that tbe t pider is bent on making a meal
of every little fly. A design of a prettier
character is on au artititic rough edged
card a n-Ally beautiful etching of an Old
W orld Quaker looking couple.
There U a card for a military dinner
which bears in the corner a bandpainted
figure of a lancer. A card for a sporting
dinner hat the picture of a jockey on the
coarse, wliether the first or aeoond I won't
undertake to say. A quaint menu is of a
Chinese character on Chinese paper. I
dont kno v for what special class of f east
ern the mi nu covered with golden bees is
intended; but the card sprinkled with dia
monds, sp ides, hearts and clubs is evident
ly intend 1 for a quiet little party or artful
cards. Ti ere is a reminder of the almost
forgotten Stanley on a card which bears on
it some I yramids and a palm tree arid
some camt Is and a setting sun.
Cross Stitch Embroidery.
In cross stitch embroidery the great thing
ia to cross nil the stitches one way and even
ly. The n anm-r of executing this simple
work is described ns follows by The House
keeper: "l'roni the left band corner of one
of the square bring up the needle aud
thread, then in a slanting direction, that
is taking i- naross tbe square to the top of
the right hand side, you puss the needle
down, this forming the first or under part
of the stitch. Then comes the upper
stitch, foriiiincr a cross, from which it takes
its name, which you do thus: liriug the
needle up to the top left hand cor
ner aud puss it down through the riiit
hand corner, when you will have formed
the complete stitch, and this, through be
ing repeated iti designs and various colors,
forms most uttractive and quickly exe
cuted decor itions for nearly everything.
"One of t le prettiest articles made wit h
cross stitch is a bureau cover of thin sheer
linen something like scrim. For a distance
of eighteen inches above the end, every
third threat I in each direction is pulled out,
leaving a background of small squares,
two threads deep and two threads broad.
This represents a canvas on which the de
sign is worked in rope linen floss pink,
blue and btown, with a little pale olive
green the colors being mingled nnd ar
ranged 3o to imitate the work seeu in
Cretuii uud Turkish embroidi-Ties."
Married 'Ala Friend at the Other End of
the Wire When Be Pound- Be Was She.
Telegraph operator) frequently make
warm; friends with each other with no
other means of communication' than tbe
insensate wire, and more than once friend
ships thus made have lasted : for years
without either person having bad so much
assa glimpse of the other's features. - It is
not often, however, that a courtship is car
ried on under such circumstances, but a
pretty little romance comes from the des
ert which had for Its sequel tbe recent reg
istration at a prominent hotel of "J. J.
Stansbury and wife, Jackson Springs,
Cal." The story is repeated by the hero
"About a year and a half ago," said he,
"I was a railroad agent and telegraph op
erator at a little station down on the des
ert side of Yuma. The station consisted
of nothing more than a big water tank, a
shed for myself and another for a small
crew of trackmen. There for nearly a year
I put in the loneliest and the hottest time
that I ever passed in my life. The ther
mometer had a way of monkeying around
between 100 degs. and 130 degs. above zero
on most days, and almost my only pleas
ure was found in talking over the wires
with the operators at various stations
along tbe line.
"I had never seen the operator at Ban
ning at that time, but be -was a cheerful,
jolly sort of fellow, and as time also hung
heavily upon his hands, we passed many a
pleasant hour in conversation over the
wires. We had sort of half arranged to
get a vacation together, and there was a
good deal of joyful anticipation on my
part at least of the manner in which we
should pass it. We were to go into tbe
mountains and spend two or three weeks
in hunting, fishing, eta All of our plans
were arranged in those scorching and lone
ly days, and we usually agreed in our ideas
of the preparations, although there was oc
casionally a little difference of opinion.
I remember, for instance, that he said
he was going to take along a pair of rub
ber boots lor trout fishing, while 1 asked
him, 'What's the matter with your taking
off your shoes and stockings and rolling up
your pantsr" But be said be preferred
boots. As tbe time drew near, however,
he, for some reason that I could not under
stand, backed squarely out of the enter-
pnze, much to my disgust.
"Finally he told me one day that he was
going to New Mexico to pasa his vacation.
and we anticipated considerable pleasure
in meeting each other during the train's
brief stop at my station. But 1 did not
meet him at all, for when the train that
bore him arrived I was sick and uncon
scious with a burning fever, tbe result of
my long stay under the torrid sun.
"into the fever tortured brain there
sometimes creeps a semiconsciousness of
the life about it, and so during the days of
my agony 1 was vaguely aware of gentle,
womanly hands and a kindly feminine
presence in my sickroom, and when I re
turned to the conscious world 1 was not
surprised to find a fair and pleasant face
beside me. She said that she had been
upon the train when I was found stricken
down, and bad staid to minister to my
sore need. 1 he idea may seem preposter
ous, but I believe the foundation of my af
fection for r-y kind attendant had been
laid while tbe uuconsclousness of fever
was still upoa me, and the affection grew
into the deepest love as she cared for me
during the days of my convalescence.
"After a time I ventured to tell her of
my love and to ask her it she would be
mine, but I was not prepared for .her
" 'John,' she said, 'do you really mean
that you wish to marry a girl that insists
upon wearing rubber boots and will not
" 'Mat! I said, for I was completely
beaten. Then it flashed upon me. She
was the operator at Banning, and I, like a
fool, had always taken it for granted that
she was a man.
"Well, 1 am not going to tell bow I con
vinced her that I wanted to marry her,
boots and all, but I did it, and, like Barkis,
she was willin, and here we are on onr
wedding journey. The Southern Pacific
has lost an operator, but I cakulate that
I am ahead on the deal." Loe Angeles
Aft-mlM Be Will.
Almost every one knows the distress oc
casioned by a sudden tendency to cry at a
time when one wishes to. appear particu
larly unmoved and even stoical.
. Marjorie never cries when any little mis
hap befalls her, and has been known to
sustain, without shedding a tear, severe
bumps that have rapidly acquired a black
and blue aspect. But the other day, Ara-
minta, her cearly beloved aud tenderly
cherished doll, fell into the open grate, and
received a contusion of the nose which was
most unpleasant to contemplate.
Marjorie winked very hard for a few
minutes, and then, running with her in
jured Araminta to her mother, she buried
her bead in her mother's lap, sobbing.
"Oh, mamma, I don't want to cry, bnt my
tears have all come unfastened!" Youth's
A school satchel given with
every pair of
Our Fall Stock is now
complete, and we are
confident we can
. We carry the celebrated line of E. P. Reed & Co., for ladies' fine shoes
i ne uiicoi iiuc ui vjciiutiucu o i uuiwcdi in me t-iiy, in rat. Leather CorcU
van, Kangaroo, French calf, Etc. Latest styles.
A barrel of Tooth Picks given away with every pair of SHOES.
New line of Aens Shoes at $2.50.
BOSTON SHOE STORE,
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House
It Bbnnld b( in I. very House.
J. B. Wilson, 871 Clay street. Sharps-
burg. Pa., says he will not be without
Dr. King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, that it enred dib
wife who was threatened with pneumonia
after sn sttack of "la grippe," when va
rious other remedies and several physi
cians had done her no good. . Robert
Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr.
King's New Discovery has done him more
sood than anything he ever used for
lung trouble. Nothing like it. Try it..
Free trial bottles at Darts & Bahnseu's
drug store. Large bottles, 50c and 11.
- KLECTRIC BITTKM.
This remedy is becoming so well known
snd to popular as to need no special men
tion. All who haye used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
menicine does not exist and it is guarant
eed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver
and kidneys will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood. Will drive malaria from
tbe system and prevent as well as cure all
malarial fevers. For care of headache.
constipation and indigeslion try Electric
Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed.
or money refunded Price 60 cents and
91.00 per bottle at Harta & Bahnsen's
ucxLBir'a abhtca tixvm.
Tbe best salve in tbe world for eats.
braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
ores, tetter, chapped hands, .chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, sad posi
tively cures piles, or.no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded - me so cants per
box. V For sale bv Harts A Bahuaca. ;
A very nice paste is made from apple
iuice. with poueh of quinces to give a
pleasant flavor, boiled to a solid jelly, with
but little su jar. Let it boil in stoneware,
then Rimme.- and finish in a covered dish
in the oven. The English method of mak
ing fruit pari e is to thicken the crushed
fruit with isuanr nnd scald it only and dry
on platters set in an oven but slight!'
warm, or in the sun. Sirnps made from
the clear fruit juice nre especially delight
ful, and grape juice boiled down to a nice,
clear nirun i au excellent thing in sick
ness. A bap of flue crash makes a good
strainer usee with a wooden hand prexs.
Nothing is uied but tbe pure juice, which
sliotfld lie U lied down till it becomes a
thick, clear sirup. Juice cooks best in the
oven, as stout ware holds the heat and there
is less danger of burning the contents then
with any otbtr ware.
An Eye on All.
You rany have seen the old man, for he
haunts Central park every fair day and
prowls about with apparently one object.
believer he sees a man, woman or cniid
breaking any or tbe pars commission s
rules he cautions them.
"Don't go on the grass," he will sav to a
child who happens to wander from the
Out outer merer ne win snout at a
young fellow lie sees lounging beneath a
sbady tree, it uot obeyed be snakes a
heavy bent wood stick threateningly ar.d
moves on mumbling.
It is said that the old man has consti
tuted himself a protector of tbe park and
is doing a good work that every citizen
ought to do. Vet everybody declares that
be is craiy. New York Commercial Ad
vertiser. ' !'.
A Riaky Experiment.
The revined . uensus of Gieut Britain
quote l-ioudon proper, t. e., tthe corporate
city, with 2JJ,(AU inhabitants; . Loudon
and suburbs with 5,300,030. Ibo average
yearly increase siuue lttoi) would fiil a fair
sized town, and the next twenty years will
witness many curious results of tbe at
tempt to crowd the population of a king
dom into the space of a county.. In certain
respects centralization has its unduniable
advantages, emphasized by . improved
methods of rapid transit, but modified by
the suudow of tbe dire possibilities apt to
result if an epidemic in that monster me
tropolis should be favored by a sultry sum
mer or a conflagration by a sudden gale.
- tsr Over Tifry- Tears '
Mrs. Winslow's Sootbine Svruo bas
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dls-
burbed at nieht and broken of vour res
try a sick child suffering and crying vrltn
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
bottle of "Mr. Winslow's Hoothing
By rop for children teething. It wul re
lieve tbe poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mis'
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces inSamma
tion and gives tone and energv to tbe
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup1' for children teething is pleasant
to the taste snd is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in tbe United States. Bold by
all druggists throughout tbe world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup
For domestic uses -sadiron holders are
now made of asbestos. . With them the
grasp of the iron, however hot it may be.
never causes pain or burning. J here are
also made lare holders, intended for use
by smelters, molders and workers la metal
generally. . '
PhilUps' Faeifle toast Xxeart-.ca.
For toe above named excursion the
Builiocton, Cedar Rapids & Northern
railway will run a tourist car every Thurs
day from Albert Lea. Minn., to Columbus
Junction. Iowa, connecting with C. It
I. & P. Pacific coast excursion train, and
this car will go through without change
to San Francisco. For rates and gen
eral information apply to any agent of
the company, or J. E. HAKVseA,
. lien. Tk't and Pass. Agt.
To ervans sn Bevltauc lea. .
it you win send me your address we
will mail vou xiur Jllttatrausd ypaotphlet
explaining all about Dr. Jlye's .celebrated
eiectro vouaic neit ana appliances, snd
their charming effects upon the nervous
dtbilitated system, and how thev will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
mui anuctea, we wui send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
Voltaic Bklt-Oo.. Marshall. Mich.
In the pursuit of tbe good -things of
us wona we anucmate too much: vi
sat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and - bladder
troubles, it is a perfect tonic. aDuetizer.
1.1 1 tm " - ' '
uiuuu punuer, a sure cure ior ague and
majartai diseases, race. SO cents. r,f
a nsnasome complexion is one of the
Krvawmi cuarms a woman can posssss
rozzoui s complexion powder gives it.
1 Pius. w-fcaEi
ii outrun em
tack Beadsche end relieve all thetronbtae lnet
dent to a bilious state of tbe system, soon as)
CtsztMaa, Kausee, Dromineaa. Distrm aftee
eating. P&in in the Bidet ko. While their moat
tcswrxaMo success has rxea shown in curing .
BeaSaehe, yet Carter's LitUe Liver FTOs are
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
venting thisacnoyingcomplaint,while tlwy alea
correct alldisordorsoltbestomachtliiiulate the
Jlver and legulate the bowels. Svea U they only
HIE A ED
Snifor from this distreealng complaint; butforto
Dstaly theirgoodnees does noend here,atid those
vrhoonoetry them Kill find these little pills valu
able In so many ways that they will not be wll
Jtrsy eo do without them. Bnt after alleles, head
fSfthebaoeof so msny rives that here f where
ivreinekeowr great boast. Our pills ours it while
Carter's Little liver Puis are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do no. gripe or
' purge, but by their gen tie action pleaaoeJLwhi
ssethem. In rials at 23 can Us live far SL BoM
; by druggista erorywhero, er sent by mail. '
CARTER MaTOIOINI CO.. New YortU
SHALL PU L SUAiL DCSL SMALL PRX5
MISS KATE BYRNES.
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. pj
la u I unoua Albert Le ftm
St. Louis, Minneapolis and St. Pi
Via 81 Louis, Mlnnmpolii St Pul Shun Im.
Through Sleepers and Chair Car
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS AND ST.PWL
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIC'JX fAUS, EU
CHICAGO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Tie the Faraoua Albert Lea Foov.
THE SHORT LINE
The Great Iowa Summer Re9on
For Railway snd Hotel Hate, ftve
Famplilfts and all iiifnniiKtion. aiMrra
tveiil Ticket aud raviir AnL
FOB CHEAP HOWIES
On line of till mad In NorthwKtern If
Southeastern Minnesota and tentnU Dak;
where drought and crop iailurcs aiv u'i
Thousands of rliolre si n's of kind yrt
Local Eicursiou rates nen. Fur lull mloc
tion as to prices of land and n.i. of iarcato
ben i ticket ami l'a.seni;er AL-em.
All of the rassenger Train" on all Dlr!Vn
this Kailwav ure heated bv H-.ira firm '.
engine, and f ho Main Line Ihiv l'.rtiftrlai
are URDbxi wun tue tje. iric uhil
Ma), Time Tables, TUrourh Katei ami m '.
formation furniahed on annlicatHW 10 AST:
Tickets on sale over tins route at all pnews
points tn the I nion. and ey lis Aceou, s
mrtfi f (Ha 1'tiit.wi Ktaf. am f 'Anftila.
tarFor announcements of KtrtrrsKW
and local mutters of interest, please refrrle'4
local columns ot this paper.
C. J. IVES. J. C. HANNtM"
Vras't Oot'I Sapt. Genl TW. tt IS
I CEDAR RAPIDS, ICWA.
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 8econd avenue.
Rock Island '
-ALL BUNDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
A specialty of furnishing sL kinds
. of gloves with Csstlngs at 8 eeata
F ; LVlljpar pound.
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds of mhin
work will be done first -class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AYR
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
Jotin Yolk 6c Co.,
' HOUSE BUILDERS.
8ah Door Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
and all kinds Of wood work for hnllHm
"llthteenth BU. bet. Third sad Fourth avea.
TO THE AFFI.I3TQ
VThv oat bin ices toauiu'fc beolb
medical trcxUi.cnt c:ui w u i- i
aoic HK i'Kul i I.e 1 cm i a-asHUli-r
pnrea xrvm me itck n
of Mt-rii' ry. i-i
MIDDLE-ABED MtK l;. . -
tier and Bla-UT tnnsbU".. ;
niavu I rn h. m-rii in i ''
(Unoases for ma:: y yfirv - '
nni PfiHtHliMi n-hioh act tiir.i'.
diseased oiyans, ixrA nu rt s
limn SloniH-h Mm
charged t-vtlK a:ut
Ca.ttii;e of ia 1 . i -
f nihil: snr f--;'ir t r i
William pmiile iraritt. i.o '1
DoiiBuiUoc other, a I'lft
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THE PERU CHCMlcrL (
189 VisroKsm Stkeet.
Or the Liquor llahtl.
fey admlnhlrriiK Hal"
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barmlew. and will J IJr5i-iieTrlt?.
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as alootollc ro. It h. W-J '.jt ri.
lor tneliauor appeal lu rt""1
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48 pass book of arucur. - c;
For sale hv MsrshsU A Fl.ber sua T. H-
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