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PabUahed Dally od Weekly at 16? Second
Arenas, Bock bland. 111.
J. W. Potter.
Tans Daily Sue per mostk; &.y n.W
ptrtnin; ta advance 1 JSO.
All eoauaoslcatioca of a critical or art iisecta
tlr Character, political or re!ifkca. eck bit
real iaat attached for pab'ueatkm. No sech
rOalc win be printed ortr flct:tkc $rrisr.
tmynons comaaonicatiotis not roii'vd.
Correspondence solicited from eery orhir
In Bock If lard count! .
TlESDAT, OCTOBF.K 3. 1?1S.
Trtsct. Henry of IYussia has boon
docoratod with a cross for distin
guished service, rot the least inter
esting circumstance bcinj that the
yonnp man seems to have deserved
The world's fair is ".000 ahead
ol the game on past business, and its
best two months are yet to come.
There are no conspicuous reasons in
sight why Chicago should regret her
The close of the Behring' sea con
troversy is very much like what
happens after a war. Neither side
will own to having been entirely
beaten. The seals alone have won
an undoubted triurrph. They are to
be protected except against such reg
ulated destruction as will prevent
them from extermination.
A good many people do not know
that when anything whatever is at
tached to a postal card, except an
address tag, it is thereby rendered
unavailable as a postal card, and can
be sent in the mails only as first-class
matter. A newspaper clipping or a
picture pasted on a postal ca:-d makes
a one-cent stamp necessary on th
Will somebody please take hold of
the cogs in the wheel of time and
launch it forward a little to get ua
beyond the frazzled end of the base
ball season? I here has been so
much of Smith swiping a three
bagger and of earned runs, stolen
bases an1 the lifcs that the frosts of
January, with a linen duster and no
fuel, would be a precious relief.
HE WAS VERY CALM.
30WSEFI TELLS HIS WIFE WHAT TO
DO IN CASE OF FIRE.
.She Oatlicrt'i! in Iepew.
Chattncey M. Dt -j v.v v.-a? passing alon?
tho eorri l..r of the purler U.x.r at the1
Anditorir.in the o'.ln-r afternoon about 2
o'clock, and noticing a lre number of
handsome yottnij la-li"s in the sctith par
lor .jvith a man's cnrinsiiy lie striuM up
to tho do. .r. r.-.l:it d Lis bri.-k stf p to a
dead march an 1 tnrn-.fl his ryes upon
the patherlng. II j-rartcl back fvs a fair
haired y, t.:. la ;y c':r"i.ii:;:rl:
'"Why, th.-r-'s Mr. !... --.-. ' atid run
ning up t' ilocif.r seized his two
hands, and licf-ira the- noted orator could
recover from his surprise his handsoiri'
vour.i: captor hulf Ijd mid half drasr-ed
nun u.t.i tiiv c r.t'-r ot t!; room, gai..y ;
talking to l.im all the while.
Doctor, you're a memln-r of our r las-. !
and you mnst go .'.long up to linj-r ati l t
make the class a response."
The d.x-t"r said, "I don't quite ruiurr
ctand this, but I am willing to acknowl
edge membership in this class and at-
tend three sessions of school a day and
never ask for a recess. Now, who and I
what an I?"
"You are," said the young lady who
had discovered him pas.-ing tho door
way, ''an honorary member of the class
of 'iOff Wellesley college. This is the
annual meeting of the Western Alumni
He spoke to the members then and
there, but could not be present at the
dinner. Chicago Times.
ftnl Mh.x th Kvvnt Takea Place Ho
tVneeutl VJutte Come l p to the Mark Bat
" XX jr Uifftrrvnt When the Fire la All
HVrr-Wnt, ISO. by Charles B. Lewis.
"Mrs. K-wer," said Mr. Bowser as he
looked up frvra his paper the other even
.n. "has it ever occurred to you that this
louse ru.-bt p?t afire some night?''
"How could it?" she innocently asked.
"How c mid it? Why, in 10,000 different
ways. That's just like a woman. So long
s nobody builds a bonfire in the basement
she arffue tkat the house is safe from a
xmflsrai ion. You should go to bed every
night with the possibilities of a fire in
"Do yoi ?"
"Certainly I do, and I know exactly how
should act under the circumstances. I
should Ix just as cool and calm as at this
very mortem. Have you ever given a
thought a to what you would do?"'
"I never have, but I know I should go
ont of the house," she answered.
"That's the woman of it no thought, no
plan, but trusting to luck. There isn't one
chance in .i hundred, Mrs. Rowser no, not
tine chano in a million that you would
?cape wit l your life unless I assisted you.
You wouli. awake to le confused, mistake
the clot he -ptvs door for the back stairs,
and havini: pot in there yon would remain
until overt ame by smoke and heat."
"In your confusion you mia'ut go iuto the
bathroom,'" quietly observed Mrs. Bowser.
"In my oufusit-n! Are you talking to a
mau 45 years old or to a boy of 3? Itsno
wonder thi t women are the ignorant, help
less cre.it ire we ihid then:. The minutea
fcusliand Is gins to talk rense his wife loses
all interes, in his conversation and even
ridicules him! It's all riht, however all
riitl.t! If yon want to leave your charml
skeleton m lidst the blackened ruins of the
hoi;e. I have no particular objection. I
suppose I c. uld hire a man to pat her up the
ho::e in i soapbox and bury "e:n some
where for a couple of dollars:"
And Mr. Dowser crossed hi hands under
his coattai.s and proceeded to pace lutck
atKl forth across the room and utterly
inore the lact of Mrs. Browser's continued
presence. A nijht or two later, as he slept
and dream, d, somethir.p nudged his ribs,
and he hear 1 a voice sr.y ing:
"Wake up, Mr. Bowser: Wake up:
Can't you -mell the smoke? I do lelieve
the house is on fire:"
It was thi voice of Mrs. Bowser, and he
sat up in 'x-d and rt;Med his eyes and
shouted "Fire."' and "Police:"' nt the top of
"Get out of lx-il and hurry down stairs
and see if you can put it "out :" she called to
him as she sprang out herself.
Mr. Bows, r had declared that he would
be calm and that he had figured out a reg
ular programme to follow. Perhaps it was
Iiack I rom the Iead letter OHiec.
Tho average citizen is prone to de
nounce the xstofhce department and
everybody connected with it upon gen
eral principles r.util he encounters a case
of dead letter office ingenuity and atten
tion in which he is personally interested,
after which he is thoroughly convinced
that the post uftice department is the only
really good establishment conducted by
One of these fellows mailed a photo
graph to a lady at Wilkesbarre some
week.t ago, and when it was not deliv
ered to her he fairly boik'd over in slan
dering the department. Last week lie
received a nicely worded request to call
at room 2(1, postofuce building, for "a
valuable letter." lie called, and a most
polite young woman handed him the
missing photograph, which he had mis
Wlirected. "How in tho world did yon locate
me?'' he asked.
"Oh, the photographer, who was fur
nished with the number of your nega
tive, supplied your name and address to
tho dead letter office, and the photo
graph was forwarded here for delivery."
One of the interesting results of the
recent exiKTiuients in England in photo
graphing flying bullets has lieeu to bhow
that tho disturbance in the air travels
faster than the bullet itself.
The photographs exhibit air waves in
advance of the bullets, even when the
latter are moving faster than the veloc
ity of sound.
In one case where the bullet was mov
ing considerably faster than sound trav-'
els in the air it was preceded by an at
mospheric disturbance which, at the
moment the photograph was taken, was
half an inch in advance of the point of
the bullet. Even when the bullets were
traveling four times as fast as sound the
atmospheric disturbance kept ahead of
them. Youth's Companion.
"it's i:i. ht, Howrvrn."
down em his wogrt.nime to roll out of bed
with the ro .-eru:p "wapsed" around him
tiil it took two minute-, to kirk himself
loose. Durii g the interval he wa yelling
"Fire:" and i recti rig Mrs. Dowser to tele
phone to the police station. She had the
bedroom do r open i.irl.ini to run clown
stairs, but hi pot into the hall to canter up
and down and dodge into the various rooms
and out ngai:i.
"Mr. Bow.- t. be calm:" she called to him
as she seiz-.il his ami and tried to hold him.
"Yes yes-I am calm Fire! Police! The
house is on fi -el" he shouted in reply as he
broke away t nd continued his cantering.
Mrs. Bowsi r let hi:i: go and hurried down
stairs, wher" -he found the covering of the
lounge smoking and smoldering from con
tart with the cigar he Lad smoked just Ix
fore going to cd. She ran into the kitchen
and tilled the first dih she could find with
water and h id the fire out at one dash.
She had turned to go up stairs, when there
was a fall and a great bumping and clat
tering, and d wn r.j'.ied Mr. Bowser with
Lis arms tigl tly clasped around a soapbox
full of old hats and shoes which he had
pulled out of the storeroom at the back of
" ur child! ' she screamed as he brought
up in the hall
"Yes our e did be hanged! Police! We
shall lie burned alive:'' he yelled as he
struggled up end flew up the stairway.
She followi d a minute later to find him
galloping aroi nd the upn rhall with a foot
bath under o it; arm and an old picture
frame under t le cither, and he didn't come
to a realizing tense of the situation until he
had raised u luck window-and heaved them
into the yard. When he had leurned what
caused the si mke rnd t hat all danger was
passed, lie Fat down on a chair and waved
his arm enthu dastica!!y and exclaimed:
"Didn't I tel you so? Didn't I say I should
lie as cool as -c suid make every move ac
cording to jir igrauimc? By tieorge, but
that was a clo-e shave: You were perfect
ly helpless, and between having to look out
for you and tie child and put the fire out
I had business enough for any two men!''
Mrs. Bowser looked hard at him and was
going to speak, but on second thought she
didn't say a vord, and to this hour Mr.
Bowser cont iiries to brag of how he did just
the right thin at the right time to save
them a!! from icing cremated.
THE ARIZONA KICKER.
Buffering a Collapse I rum the Hands of a
Apologetic l. For the third time in its
career The KlC'KKi: is obliged to issue a
half sheet this week in place of the usual
eight page monster aggregation of artistic
illustrations and interesting reading mat
ter. Our coroatiut headed contemporary
will of course make a great howl over it,
but we trust that our excuses will be found
ample and our "ens of thousands of readers
forgiving. As an offset for the limited
quantity of matter we have filled the half
sheet with art cles of unusual interest.
Headers will fitd fair accounts of 13 differ
ent lynchings, three regular hangings, two
cold blooded murders, several highway rob
beries and tbre escapes from jail.
After the issue of our paper last week we
took a run over to Rockville, just across
the Utah hue. Our object was to size up a
widow who had just arrived from the east,
and if she panned out favorably to propose
marriage. A friend over there had put nc
on by telegraph, and we almost killed our
racing mule ia our impatience to get there.
It may be superfluous to explain that we
are a single man and have bad oar eye out
for the coming woman for several years
ptut. In due course of time we reached
Rockville. which hasn't even a good game
of poker to recommend it to an Arizona
editor, and in further due time we were in
troduced to the widow we fully intended
to go iuto partnership with and place in
control of the Sunday school department
of The Kicker.
We were prepared for large feet, a snub
nose and a few missing front teeth, but not
for the spectacle which tat down on a chair
before us. She was a short, sawed off worn-
i i-l. I
V . . -i
a srPE::i:i"MAX urin:T.
ai, wcig'.i.ior 00 pounds on the level.
What l.-tlr she had loft after her So years f
struggling w i: h u deceitful world had been
dyed the c'.or of an old luxjtl-g. Herr.ose
had been broken, she was cross eyed, anil
the lovh g Land ,s!;e extended Us would
have !:n.)-t covered one page of TilE KlCK
Er.. NW- had lv-ti reliably informed that
the widow had f-VoO i:i cash U-hiud her.
atid in the hands of an enterprising
Arizotia editor means millions, but we
couldn't grasp the gold;-n opportunity. In
f.ict, we Miff-red a full sized collapse, and
ttv.as oniybva superhuman effort that
we could wihoi::e her to this fair territory
and hope lha under our sunny skies and
bracingaftio-pherefhe would sio:i pick up
another Lundr.-vl pounds of solid fat.
The interview didn't last over 15 min
utes, and we are ready to make affidavit
that we never even smiled a loving smile.
We went over to the hotel and went to bed,
kicking ourselves for the trouble we had
gone to, but had not been asleep two hours
when the landlord woke us up and advised
us to skip. The widow had fully expected
a proposal from n. She was disappointed
and chagrined and wanted revenge. She
told her brother in-law, who appears to be
a critter without sense enough to twist a
l-ar"s tail, that we had proposed marriage
and then crawfished. He scurried around
and get a nt (,f other critters to back him,
and about the time we got out of the tav
ern and on the buck of our mule a mob. of
4 ) men thirsted for our gore.
After . getting three bulb ts through our
L it and being grazed by two more, we got
:it f i hat town by junipingourmnleovera
seven foot wall. About half themobmount
ed and pursued, and for a diM.tnceof about
Fix miles it was a question of whether TllL
Kiritt.:: would ever br i-surd again or come
out thisf-ill enlarged r::id improved asul in
every way the best family paper to 1 e had
for l he price i:i America. Inch t y inc h our
mule g:;incd o.i it. lie is essentially an up
l.til mule- t:,; t i , Le lets ov.t an ii:a
link ia sc.-?i.b:;g a grade, and this fact
s.'iwd us. We were tired upon nlm :
time-, but fortunately l.ot hit. Dur'" th
la b railt-s f-f our journey homeward -.e
l.ad to w.-.-U end lead our played ...,t r.t.lo.
We rc: hsl -i:r l:-iv. n ,f re-; unhurt, but
t borough: y .ii--..rga:.iii-d. t M : :- h . i;.g r: nt ic-ij.nri'.::-
-..lien v.e set o:tt...:::- l-lfer d;s
appoini j,t when v.e r ,; t"..- wi.L.w . ottr
sudden awakening V" 1 I t . ri -.1 flight-:. 11
the-., rid-gs up', o.ir Laliince and nearly
wrv'-.; '; :
The i.ard -t thli:-; ' f all is that we l.r.vo
lost our f.-i:f. in wt-:natikind. Xevi r .-uriin
1! " . r s.s h prvidem-e permit u- to
inhabit the I lilted St::t-s sh-ul we enter
tain for them tii.-it f.-eling of Vet.erat ion
which always com pi lied us to lift our hat
when we saw a wood fit (f I.ydia iink
hani in aiiy of our exchanges. If tin-handsomest
v idow in Aiu-r.cn, having a car
load ef f'J'l bills behind hi r, sho'.l Id walk
into lid- otlice tomorrow and say, Take
me foril.iue own." we shculd frigiilly re
ply, "(.'it out. false reptikd"
We are still kuItIi;; from the mental
shock, but will prr.bah'.y be all right i:ia
day or two more, and our subscribers may
hnik for the ii xt iss.u-of THElviCKETtto l
rediiot. There is sonic talk that the wid
ow's brothc r-in-law is com::'.: over here to
demand an apology. If he come.-, ou:' next
week's pauer will contain full particulars
of his death and burial.
IT HAD TO CO.
" Yass, that's me."
"Get drunk pretty often, but considered
"Yass, I git drunk about once a week,
and I never kick up no rows."
"Getting out saw loss last Monday,
"And riilo skidding a log the chain
broke and the log rolled back and crushed
you as flat as a pancake, didn't it?"
"o. That's whar you ar mistaken. I
got outer the way, and it was my brother
Bill who got flattened. Bill was a chunky
feller about S feet high, and that log took
him endways and flattened him out till he
was 7 feet long."
"Do you mean to deny that you were
killed?" roared the editor as he pounded on
"Waal, as I was sayin, it wafc Bill
"Bill! Bill! What does this paper know
or care about your brother Bill? Here's a
whole column c.f matter, and tomorrow we
go to press, and I'll be hanged if I fill that
space with patent medicine ads! This thing
has got to go:"
"But it was Bill who was killed!"
"Didn't I say Bill be hanged? Do you
suppose I'm goitig to throw away a 'whole
column of matter already in the form?
That log hit you. i u were dead when
they picked you up. You left a wife .and
10 children in destitute circumstances.
You were buried yesterday. That's all.
and if you go around denying it I'll give
you a licking which will keep you in bed
for a month!''
Mr. Thompson's hair stood up as he hur
ried down two flights of stairs. Then an
idea struck him, and he halted to say to
the editor, who was watching his descent:
"It's all right, but you might tack on a
line or two at the bottom."
"What shall 1 say?"
"About as fjllows: 'The deceased will
continue to come to town and get drunk as
usual, and we hope he has found his reward
in the land !ove:" "
irnp;y nt I.nst.
! I nt-re wes a look r : stern !t termination
j on the young man'.- face as he st irred for
) the privste idlice of the hea l of the firm-
such a look a- tonus 1 1 a man's face when
he has at hist made up his . .In.i to do or die.
Knock! Knock!. K;u k!
The young man hio:fi:-d for the mil
lionth p-.rt of a s md and drew a long
breath. It was a-.; ii::st tl.e rules cf the
house for an em; hr.ee to draw a long
breath during working h mrs, but our hero
"Well:'" r.uiried the b-ad i.f the firm as
he looked t:;i with r.'.i icy g' .:e in his eyes.
"Mr. Overall. " Ik -an the young man a
he made a g.at elV. :-t to control Ids (.mo
tions. "I Lave beta v. lib you over i-..:;-vears."
"I tru-t that, during this long period my
conduct has been such tha "'
"But this is no tiri.t-1 i ceme to me with
any such reoue.-t."
"Mr. Overall. I was advised to come to
you weeks ago, but I put it ofT."
"Then put it i :7 a.'raiti! Haven't you got
sens? enough t . n.. ilir.e that this country
has been on th" verge r a panic?"
"I know i; has, sir. but one may love dur
ing a paid as we'd as when times are easv.
Mr. Ov. r
got tod ,
a week. T
vou enn .-
I. : ."h:;t in .Tericho has love
' i; ' You r.r now getting $05
. .-lie and if you aren't satisfied
.rail. ou have a daughter.''
know -tl.rec f Ytu."
the eldest our Kuith and I
ii u-k her hand iu mar-
"Ai.-d you v. ant
"Take it ! Take r.Jhh. Jat-.e and Sarah
all three.: f 'em if ih.-y'll Lave you and get
married tomorrow if you want to!"
"Mr. Overaih how ce.n I ever'"
"Shut up cud gi i out: Great Scott, but
what a shock you gave me! I thought vou
had come to as k for a rai-e of a dollar a week
on your salary! Young man. nest timcyou
want to marry into my family, come" in
here and jump on my neck ::i a business
wayinstcal of scaring me out c.f a year's
growth. Yes, take 'em ami marry 'em and
be happy and get out :" QfAI.
Tour Honey or Your Lif, :-'
Stnh a di irar.d. : t tie moi.th cf is-?tioot
i r,'' ffs s man t! inl iusr pre ty iiveyt With a
little m.-re tlcnking. there no ilj be k s snffer-
Think of the terrible re-u ts cf ih gVc tcl con
FUaipt'on! hiih mi-li: e.is ly le averted by the
timely r.se of N.'i;u:e's treat jm-c !i a r-r. Fierce
(ijld n Tltc-'ilcal I'ic erv.
'ons::nuti-'n. wtdch is Lr.r rri fain, is a ron-
j rtltiitU'nsl d'.'ase, and re;-rr s j i such ttaor
i oiis'li ami c!T ctiml ronsiitntioiiai nniedy! Taken
, ia time, befere The Hi-ii: t'ne rre naecJ. it i?
fiaraiit eed a taiiic.-il cure! Eumdy certain in
all scrofideus .'fT-etions :trd b'oni Ui?orih-rs.
: Large tottles. cue d list, cf ai.v uruig-.'.
Ho Was u lieuil jliiii and Tliere W:u No
Waf' t of It.
"Look a-herc," he began afier climbing
the four flights of steep stair- which b'd to
the olbce of The Golden lira and beint; di
rected to the editorial sanctum. "I've heard
that you heard that I was dead."
"What's the name?" asked the editor.
"Joel 'i'hampson of Hickory Corners."
"Yes, v. e Lad a rep rt of your dear h."
'Heard I w as killed under a saw log.
"Yes. I sent a man out there, and he has
written about a column in regard to i'
w hich will be published tomorrow. Would
y ! uvN- . :
ts J TIVv
DO VOU MEAN TO I1KNY THAT YOI WF.ItK
you mind going over and having a tintype
taken so that our artist can make a picture
"But I wasn't caught under no saw log
and smashed," protested Mr. Thompson.
"Excuse me, but here is a proof of the
article, and you can see for yourself. Your
name is Joel Thompson?"
"Yass, of course."
"About 50 years old and got a wife and
Men- Z'Tita i i che?se is becoming a
considerable t omj 'titor of tho American
product iu Great Brit.iin. A single ship
ment of 4"i0 tons was landed i:i Londot
in perfect order a few we. ks ago.
ic'vd tins mi.serv
. ; -, t i ;, '.le in t tie ftomach
. ;i iiiii t:v3 or sluggish
. ,c to cAry oil'.
Tii PREVENTION AND CURE IS
hcuil or powder, which gives
qdick action to the liver and
-v.rries oil' the bile Ly a mild move
ment of the bowels. It is no pur-c-'ttive
cr griping medicine, but
purely vegetable. Many jieople
t ike ills more take Simmons
"I have been a victim to Biliousness fot
years, find after tryiue various remedies
my only success was in the use of Sim
mous Liver Regulator, which never failed
to relieve me. I speak not of uivself,
alone, but my whole family." J. M. i'llXr
HA, ticlaia, Ala.
Hiu our Z Stamp In re m wrmnppr.
i. IU ZK1UH ft CO.. Philadclptua, Fas
IHGESTIlil K . j n
A trial will bu..w iu OKLhT SUPER!ORITY in 'M
Rock Island Buggy
M ANUFACTUBKRS or
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Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm w
It will pay you to call anl a:t our Lv p
F.ictoryJand4Ware Roonif on Sistecntb street between First a:;'. sL . ...
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IXCOKrOKATED I'XDER THE STATE I.AU.
Rock Island Savings Bank
tie a i
Kock Island, III.
O'fc d i v from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m., and Satcrday cvecir.' f.-. -n; T -.
Fire per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned cr
lateral or Real Estate security,
P. L. MITCHELL. IWt. F C. DEXKMAXN, Vice P.-es-t. , y,
P. L. Mitchell, F. C. Derkmann. John Crnbacch, Phil SJi-rh.'l Ii "
E. W Ilarst, J. M. Bnford, John V.i.k.
Jackson & Iicit-T, Sjlie;tor?.
Ecgati b'u":iicfB July S.ISSJ, and occupy the eontheaK corccrof !:::( ., :: i
Established 1SS0 lftiS.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save riicney bv buying your Crockeiv, GJattwarr. C:
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brtiebts, a: ileCIds
Reliable 5 a"d 10 Cents Store.
MRS. C. IttlTSCH'S. 1314 Third At
L! . ii il 1
f 'atii :m'l
lailo tl vc
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:st f em
t i fctur
Manufacturer of a'l kinds of
BOOTS A5TD SHOb:3
id i rpc
Gents' Fine Shoes a Spec ialty. Eerairir.g done neatij- ana i rcc , : ; .
A share of yonr patronage respectfcl'y solicited.
1G18 Second Aventtv. 11
ic v. Hudson. m. J. Ysizi-
HUDSON & PARKER. i i
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERv $
6.11 K1DU8 01 L-airentennff TrorriTitlv nttr.dA 10 t ""-.
furaished when desired
. Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth" est. Rock hlai-i
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AMD ARCHITECTURAL IROK WORK.
Al' tinds of brass, hronae ard ainmincm broiai cwtirtt. all srs.'.?- ' -ai '
a specialty of brass metal pattern and a'rtirf.c '2
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J. Ta CHRISTY,
Ask Yonr Grocer for T':.r.
The Christy "OTSTr.K" sr - '
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder.
1121 1123 Fenrth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avcr.ee.
Plana and specifications furnished on all classes of work; also aeect for W
o-.uiiiK nimas.sonieining new. stylish and Cesirao.e.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or es
wagon and you will receive prompt attention. J
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