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runt.ism:i Krr.ru thuusday.
Tntcred at poatofllce n( Beaver 0. T. as
second clnsa matter April J 2, 1803.
TJ-'UMS - .- - - $1 W 1'Ut YEAR.
4jYrnmif!(i iutm matte Lnown on ap
plication. OFFICIAL DIREC10RY
Governor,,.., .i Win. C. llcufrow.
BeereOiry T.J. I.owe.
Attorney General C A. Galbraitu.
Assistant Attorney General.... Rojr HofTmnn.
U. 8. Marsli.il! Edward I). Nix.
IJ. S. Attorney...., Caleb R. llrooks.
Chief Justice Frank Dale.
f.V. G.C. Uicrer.
JUS. 11, J
" I It. W.
I. J. L. M
I'robnto Judge...'.?. Carter ""nty
ClrU . . . . i . . . Dyke Billinger
Sheriff '.....' , . F. D. Healy
Treasurer J, C. Williamson
AUofncy C. II. Wright
Register of Deeds Dyke Ballinger,
Supt. of Schools Mrs. II. K. Illanchard
3urvoyor R. 0. Itarbce
Coroner K. A. l'tckham
f F. J. Ilirdsal
.1 II. K. Q. Put!
( Lee Howard,
Ueaves l'nglewood ...3.33 a. rn.
An Ives at Wichita 2,3Up.m,
(JO I NO WKST.
ea res Wichita 0. 30 a. m.
Arrives at Unglewood G, 20 pm
l'artlrs wishing information couceruing
Vtfighl or puwenger rules, adlrcso
D. Hau.okan', Agent,
Presbyterian: Preaching every Sabbath,
at 11 a. m., mid 7:H0 p. m. Sabbath Scheol
at 10 a. in., Y. P. S. C, I'., religious meeting
at 0:30 p. w., prayer mectlug each Thursday
All lire cordially invited to any and all of
these cervices. V. DMundull, Pastor,
UllANI) All. MY 'HK.'U.iMC.
OMuli(iiit.v L'ost Xh. 4.
; Mt'tliint (tic Opera Hull an m c
mid ind fourth b.Uurdny ufench
itKHith, at 2 o'clock p. in.
All itling coinmdi are corilia-
ilv invited to attend.
tiiuMAM John Siavin
' A,,J''- l'- a
7,lYiiitiau'ri llt'llef Corp-.
Sleets tho first and third Saiurdny of cacb
month at 2 p in. at tho bcUooI house.
Mrs. A. M. fKWta, Pres't.
Mrs. It E Dlanciiaiid, Sec.
KNIGHTS OF 1'YTIIIAS.
Heaver Lodjc, No. 7, holds its
regular meeting every Friday
evening. All visiting breathrcn
are cordially welcomed.
Dyke Ballinger C. C.
J. Bianchabo, K. of II. and 8.
THURSDAY. AUGUST '."J 1895.
' Attend the dance at Linloy'a hall to
night. Kirk Druuimoud is recovering from
Lib lato illue&s.
Tho rain was gladly welcomed by all
ou Saturday night.
Capt. Paiuter of Meade County is
shaking haud6 with Beaver frienna to
day. J. S. Love and J. Mclntyre, of Wood
ward, were business visitors in Beaver
llcv, 11. M. Overstrtet cauio down
from Emporia, Ks., Saturday and will
occupy tho pulr'tt at this place next
T. L. Floyd returned from Lipscomb,
Tex., Tuesday with his household goods
t und will occupy tho Coffey residence in
' tho west paitof town.
J as. Shiirbo of the Pigpen ranoh visi
ted with tho family of 0. J.Loofbourrow
Monday of this week. He left Tuesday
ninrninu to ioin the round up com.
mencing at the west line of tho Crooked
We havo just received notice of thu
death of Samuel Folks, an old and re.
apected citizeu of this county, at his
homo near llluegrass, ou the 12th of
John -Heche was in town tho first of
tho week smiling upon his many friends
and did uot forget tu pay his rtifccta to
- 'the JIekalu aud leave a dollar on sub.
F fi ' wriptou.
Mies Lorctla Carr and Mis Luella
Dillon, two of Liberal's charming young
ldie, arrived iu Beaver Suuday and
are attending normal this week. They
were accompanied by Al Stoufcr of the
Liberal News, who returned to Liberal
I. S. Druiuiuotid oama in fruui hor
ton, Km.. Sunday and vrill remain wltli
his family at tlii-t place. Mr. Drum
ruond u a printer of l'ortj-cight years
experience, and we acknowlodgs an in
teresting call irotti liim tlits week.
Mrs. llyerson will servo ice cream nt
her parlor for the bit time this season
n next SUurd.iy. Mrs. Itycrson aud her
sons, Joy and lUy, will leave for Wich
ita, Kan. Tuesday, whero they will ro
main until spring.
The Not mat closes to-day, and to
morrow and next day the members tako
tlio examination. The students in at
ten lanco this year area pleasant and
intelligent crowd of young people, and
will be greatly missed from our society
We lendor our thanks to K. F. l'rintz
for a forty-four pound melon of the
"Kolb Gem" variety left at our office
this week. Mr l'rintz has a splendid
pardon having (.old several wagon loads
of vegetables from it and is consequent'
happy over his favorable prospects for
Wc givo in full in this issue tho Icc
ture delivered by Hev. 1. D.'M'inscll,
to the Normal scholars, on Fiiday eve
Aug. lUth. It is well worth preserving,
containing as it does thoughts and'sug
gesttons that aro of value to all, aud
especially so to the teacher.
Advertised list of letters remaining
unclaimed in tho postoflicc nt Heaver,
Okla., for month ending July 31, 1395:
Hatry K. Whitney,
C. 0. Prude,
Oran Allen, (Addressed lJeavcr Co.)
V. C. Tu ao v, P. M.
There- will bo a reunion of thu Old
Soldiers' at Beaver on the 10, and 20,
of September 1S05. Particulars and
program will be published later.
Hv Order of Post,
J. It. Thomas, Adjt.
Beaver Hotel Arrivals.
J. K. Love, John Mclntyre, Wood
ward; J. W. McCool and son, llivcr-sidi-;
A. N. Howe, Custer; F. Piintz,
county; It. M. Oventreet, May Over
street, Kmporiu Ks; Jiitui Bcebe, Ben-
inn; !" A. Twist, Meade, K; Fred
Tniiitar, (J. Ranch; L- II. Savage, Ben
ton; Ceorci' W (Jillii, Garrett; Mr.
Sherifif llealy mid Co. Atty. Wright
Mnrtud at once for the west cud of the
county upun receiving a 'eleguiu stat
ing that Deputy Sheriff McGill had
Iwcu biiot. Word has been received
later to tho effect that Mr. McGill was
shot through tho arm, and a Cochran
buy through thu Lg. while in battle with
(lie notorious outlaw Bill Hill and other
cuttle thieves. Hill made his escape
but mx of the gaug aro under arrest.
B. E. Blake of Tyrone, Beavor Co.,
brought in saniples of his broomco:u
last Saturday that aro "just out of sight."
It measuics eleven feet in height and
has splendid brt'sh. The Blake people
have 30 ncrei of this verv largo corn
which they aro cuttiug. They also havu
GO acres of later corn which is a fine
crop. In addition to this they have
their usual big crop of melon? for seed,
which crop is reported as beinir tno best
they havu ever raised. Tho farmer is
strictly in the lead this year and we are
ftad of it. Liberal (Ks.) News.
Hound trip Englewood to Louisville,
Ky., ou account of GAS Iteuoion,
$23.45. 'J ickets on salo Sept. 8, 0, and
10 only. Final limit Oct. 0, One stop
over allowed on return trip cast of St.
. Louis. For further information apply
to Agent Englewood.
A. P. Glendenino,
The grandest ball of the season was
given on August 19, by Mr. and Mrs.
A. It. Henderson at (heir pleasant homo
at Buffalo, in honor of Mrs. Henderson's
12nd birthday. About 150 persons
were present from different' parts of tho
county and surrounding towns, and the
five young ladies of New York city who
aro visiting at the McQuillan ranch.
Dancing commenced about twilight on
a largo and brilliantly lighted platform
constructed for the occasion on tho cast
bide of the house. Excellent music
was furnished by tho ''cowboy orchestra."
During the evening hnchcou was ecrved
in the diuing room consisting of nutelopo
and veal sandwiches, pickles, cake,
cheese and coffee. Tho song by the
Now York girls was received with a
hearty applauso us was also ouo by Mr.
York, foreman of the T 0 ranch.
'Dicing continued until sunriso when
those present were arranged and photo
graphed by Artist Steele, oi Meado, af
ter which the guests departed for their
homes feeling that the occasion was one
lung to bo ri-membetcd.
Tho WESTERN TRAIL is pub
iUhcd quarterly by tho Chicauo, Rock
Islanii & Pacific Railway.
It tells how tu get n farm iu the
Wot, and it will lier rnt to you gratis
fur liim year Si-nd u.uue and addres
to "Editor Western Trail, Chicago
and rectivo it one year free.
JOHN SEUASTIAN, C. P. A.
E A Twist, Misses Sadio and Ncllio
Edward of Meadn, drove down Turs
dav and will remain during the week.
The younn ladies will tako the exami
nation at tho cloe of normal.
Mr. Lyon, tho Caltlo Association
man, ind Sheriff Beeson of Dodge with
two deputies, nrrcstcd a young man by
the uamo of Sebrcc, known in this
county as "Sugar foot" last Monday
down on the Kiowa. Nhteen a young
man lets than twenty years of age and
is charged with having stolen quite a
largo bunch of cattle up in Kansas.
Tho meanest man on record is said to
livo in Centro county, Pennsylvania
Ho sold his son-in-law onc-hnlf iutcrcst
in a cow, and then refused to divide tho
milk, maintaining that ho only sold the
front half. Tho buyer was also required
to provide tho food tho :ow consumed,
and was compelled to cairy water to her
throe times n day. Recently the cow
hooked tho old mail, and ho is suing the
son-in-law for damages.
The Normal students and gutsts were
highly entertained by the delivery of the
"Supposed speech of 'John vJAdams, by
George Urock. He did credit to himself
and former Instructor.
The "Reading" delivered Jaxt Wednesday
evening by Miss May Overstrcct, wai high-'
ly appreciated by those in attendance.
Mr. Putraan gave the Physiology class a
very interesting talk on Hypnotism
The normal schcol voted a "Vote of
thanks" be extended In Mr. Munsell and
Miss May Overstreet for their interesting
and instructive Lecture and Reading.
The following students have been en
rolled during the past week: Mary Sauth
crs, Gertie Murphy, Louclla Dillen, Loreltn
The normal social last Friday night was a
decided success, especially in regard to
Hypnotism. The subjects have net fully
recovered from the shock at this writing
At the sociiil we had two reading con
tests one between .Mr. Munsell and jmiss
Maud Ulanchard in which the judges de
cided in favor of Miss Maud. Tho other
bctnoeu Mr. Ncill and Miss bhucMee in
which the latter came off ictorious.
Miss May Weir gave a recitation after de
votional exercise vrblcli nm very interest
ing. The fallowing visitor were present:
Mesirs. Ilnllinger, Putman, Rugbce, Thomp
son, Drummond, and Mrs. Itallinger. ami
MUics Doll nnd I.il Wright nnd Mory Drum
moud. An entertainment will be given nt the
church Wednesday evening. Kvery one In
conliatly invited to attend. '
A vote of thanks is ixtcndcd to the
members of the Beaver Band for the
excellent inusio they furnished at the
entertainment Wednesday night. Also
to ilia officers of tho Presbyterian church
forthouso of the chureh building aud
organ aud hymn-books during the sess
National Irrigation Congress.
Tho programme for tho National Ir
rigation Congress, which meets in Al
buquerque, N. M., iu Sentcmber, indi
cates an unusually able seriui of paper?.'
and addresses. Tho address of welcome
to tho delegates will bo mado by Gov
ernor Thornton who will bo followed by
Judge J. S. Emery, of Kansas. Among
th other speakers will be Hon. Clark E
Carr, of Illinois; Ex-minister to Den
mark and Ex-governur L. A. Sheldon,
of Los Angeles; Johu E. I'Wt, land
There will be a Camp Meeting in the
Davis grove, on thu Frisco, commencing
Sept. 5 aud lasting four days. Rev. W.
II. Rose, of Dodge City, Ks., will have
chargo of the meeting and will be as
sisted by several of thu brcthern from
the State. All invited to coma prepared
to camp with us and enjoy u good time
A. M. Livingston, Pastor.
Live Stock Qunrnutlno Rules.
To Shippers: Between February 1st,
and December 1st. cattle can bu billud
from Oklahoma and Texas to enter Kan
sas only when the shipper Inn n peiinit
signed by Gei. C. Pritehard of Albu
querque, N. M., or S. C. Frceland, of
Quaunah, Texas, agents for Livo Stock
Sanitary Commission, State of Kansas,
with the exception that no permit will
be tequired for cattle to he shipped to
quarantined or southern pens, or an es
tablished stock yard fur immediate
slaughter. D. Hallohan, Agt.
A. T. Si S. F. Ry. Englewood, Kas.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
Y nr attention U called to section S article
S (it the Hoeuuelw enacted lirthf lattliK
lulaturo which In part riwila as followm
Any ptrion charged with taxes In tho hand
of tho Comity 'freamrer other tnan taxes ir
I8J limy ot his option pay tho lull amount
thereof on nr before tho third Monday In
December iu each J ear and receive a rcbato of
1 pircent on onelinir orsnld ttx or ho may
pay one hull on the thlrjl Monday lu Decern
bvrand the remaining hair tbcrrof on tho
third Mondiiy In Juno next ensneln. Aud If
any pait of theal'l llrsth&If of mid taxea re
ma'lnt unpaid aflcr I ho thiid Monday In Do
crmlMrtbo wholo amount or tuxea charged
agalnit such periam failing to pay the flrat
liuUorxald tax a herclu provided ahull he
tome delinquent aud n penalty of two per
cent shall at onct bo uttachtd tht-reto aud
shall he collected a proildwi by law and all
(axes due and unpaid on tno 3rd Moidiy In
December In each year iliall bo knbjcci lo navo l
added -Jierelo as a nennlty the to per cent I
hefort) pnivldnl. If one half the taxes b paid
on tho ihird Monday lu Iieeenilier and the re
inalniuB half h nnild ou tho third Monday
III .lum-iieM ensucin? ii- boiiiu nupn ui ciuun
dellnqn-ntndfhail bnfublcct to the penal
ties and bu collected inlbo maimer provided
Tbn fnreeolni; appilea directly li th tlino
nfpam m of taxea and the liaiiRnln -be 'w
Is nut K'nerally knovn, so tlirouish t.eum t-
ay of ,he I're s of the C uny I icive ynu ih
forejiilUK. hvpelns It will bo nr lienvfli lo ynu.
D Kll 1U1.LIN(.KU.
Without I' '
have the Ion o
ol Ucpcaltajj 1. ,
cou.misioncr of tho Santa Ve road; E.
11. Moses, of Kansas; Thomas Knight,
of Missouri; Ex-governor Prince; Judge
E.-T. Kinniy, of Utah; Col. B. .1.
Ilintou and Capt. W. A. Glussford, U.
S. A., will present a papor on the clima
tology of the arid region, l'or this oc
casion a round trip ruto ofjittle less than
ons fnro from principal points in Kau-
. II . ... ...l ,.. ... IVlltl
sua to Aiuuquenjue uuu iciuiu, ...
lihiTiil limits. For further patticuhrs
call on or address, D. Hallohan, Agt
Santa Fo lty., Englewood, Kan.is.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
' A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder.
I will sell at public sale
at my ranch, on Thursday,
Aug. 29, 1895, all my stock,
consisting of horses, cattle,
sheep and hogs, farming
implements and household
Term's of sale: Six
months time will be given
on all. purchases, with ap
proved note drawing ten
On as. E. Hulit.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World'! Fair Mistiest Award.
t '-' ' '
will luu tin ODELL TYPE
WniTEfl and CHZC1C PETl-
FOaATOH, wit li'Srl ChuKii'ieni, nud $1Q
for llie SlnglO CU30, Odoll, warranted II
do belter WorV llifm any'iuUMntt WH.le.
It ooinhlnot slMrwriTV wllh mibaUIMTT,
spkkii. MBit ur ui-knATin.fi w'irs longer nlli
out cost uf repair tliHiwauv "liter nmcliine.
Ills stat, snniTAMTUl.. iiicLU platrd, per
fect and npnpted to all limit "t ljri writlns.
Like a printiu; press, II produce a Miarp, cleat
Isgible luaniiseripls, 1 o im copies cat
be lovde nt ono wrltlM. Any lutelllBent per
n can bcome a i;nd oirnlor In two daya.
Wt offer $1,000 lu y operrtnr who cat
equal the woik nhe Doubla Ccso Odtl
lleliable Ase "d .'aluuiin wanted
Special IndiievmfliH t Dealers.
For Pamphlet gitii'B Indorsenients, lio,
ODELL TYPE WRITER CO.,
338-B04 Dearborn St. Chlcouo, HI.
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pVJW" Jfy nndcr-hali i-inp left, under back right.
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m rjcij.v nitL x xxhrijhiu . - - :
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M. Letterheads. Bill Heads, m . . && W - fMK
CM. EnvelopesrcB Note Heads, . VV M .v1A, IfflfB
M Ca1lg"CSrdTi Statemorjts. i m tSSMh
M ..Wedding Cards!? Ball Invitations,-, -M? ffl . 7f&
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M Don t send out of the County for anything ?) connected. i:ar:marus.croi,icrt,spiitriBiit.
cM in this line. Call and get our prices 3x -.
hz ' and be convinced. Qx
The only Ture Cream of Tartar Powder. No Atntnonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years tlic Standard.
.'ifrr fi'r our
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Ml LIST. OF
f -ft munition
mrit id (!- Winchester. We
-. Ufllllii'i lor the nnnvilncture
Slw Uilki ami Ammunition.
etsr Ac, New Haven, Conn.
Price Of Tho
Kansas City Times
Has Been Reduced
To $4.00 a year.
$2.00 For Six
Months; $1.00 For
Three Mouths. .
This is not a campaign rate, but
a pt'inutnent thing. THE SUN
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p.iges. Thiutc orltl About lo a
day for a Grs't-class metropolitan
newspaper. Every ono can now
nfFurd to take a daily paper.
Subscribe at ont'e'. Tho Tiuws
always lends. Address,
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for Information and free Handbook write to
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m.. viMait Vrtif MmmriTitr natent't In AnprldU
Kvery patiut tV" out Ur ts ffc MougUt beforj
the publle by anuUoe given free of cuurue lu tba
seat drenlatlon of any
Tu. Ki.londldlr lllifatr
urlontlli raner In the
rtl. Ko lntur.lirent
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Honors - World's Fair.
i - v iv rzr r- ri miiM.ki jlvt rwi rnrxn w
v. ' fc-af - v.i xihji Si tuiii C
Ftxry man with 00 html of cattle ur
upward should adcirthe hit Irttntl m
I hit J'ajycr, ami lAm ici'.'im a month,
'rAj, regain ttuek which has hten
mining for tcerfrt, mni which he hut
given up t hut. Our ettcnlntion
throughout thit section is iciila and
stciulity increasing, and your hraud in
terttd in thest columns will heroine -miliar
to the stockmen and settlers of
:he southwest, largely increasing your
chtincctof trgaining strayed or stolen
stuck. Send in your ordert.
.. A.JHA'J'Wi)Yi;-Ci!tci, Olla.
1'nttlA Iniitid T .1 pnniieeted. iiiiywhoMnu
animal, bu irlnrl-Mly on bcth Iilpa.
ltnrnc brniid tho Kiiiue mi Ivfuhouldcr,
HUrribrnmlod V Cross.
FRED TAINTQRKngleictiod Kas,
(I iiiiv plan-oil iinltiml, principally on lelt
lilpiiiidKldc, liir liiurltn L'rop tho left nnd
Aihlltlon branda not kept up ". ,
,L diiwn lult alioulilt-r unci, Mdo, Tailons
(Ilnh-ltnire) cither or both Miles, Various
V left aldo (all BtiMTs)
liar mark-criibtho lelt. , ,.
Uonniiiind,(i i ou li'ft hip; or TK con
nected nil ti-lt Klimildor.
riiKtolllcc, Koglenood, Kaneas.
A'. R. COFFEY Beaver.
.1 U 011 k-rt hide or Iilp. Knr inarliB Crop
the lelt,i.-r-p nnd apllt tlio right,
COFFEY 6 WEIR Beater.
A T 011 left side, nud yeurllHas T Inserted
In A, under, 011 both lilpg. Uar marks on
calves natch In end of left car.
GEO 11. J1EALY Ahine.
ml Irit shoulder tirslde. K on U,p or
Aililttliiiiulliriuid: t'rouu shoulder. UI
on l,lo unit Iilp. 1. mi Im ido. no IllPi I
rnwx right lil.- I.YIHi'll . , ,
jior.io uruiiu, nun iiiuiiioiiu i", uiuiii
lionldcr, lilpor tlileh
T. .. U'EEDEEX-Elmttt.
CrtiMi X. mi lilf, VmV m.irk-(-ro 1 1 1 rlul
nvoibtttlialtll,-lturyubiiiiiili kiun,! Imi on I
V'xo'k npnwl for Uauirrit U ire
riert, nvt!t to tv ai d fif-n ' -
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hold br.c'.rujrf:lHcr,?M " "'.
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HOUSTON & RAY,
WOODWARD. - - - - 0.
THOMAS S. WTILTli
ltodnn 103-5-G Atlhntic Bldg.
Wnshingltn, D. 0
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We - Want..- It.
Want . .-
WIIVpKflctlfel)i nllMlio rent ) of Jijo Cpulitr
GOTTLEIB " STREULI
MaiHifflcturor of I.ndlfu ami UenU fine
Uoots 4 Blioes,
Uhro M n (InlL
Hpcclnl attention given to Ilia xl rawing
Oftlcoon Xlongln. Avenue.
. - . '...A "Jilfll"
AVIll ptnctlco In all Coirt,if Oklahc
.Kansas, nnd11eas, '
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C11IW promptly attended, eulici-Uriy or ntgh
GIBT ROGK ISIAND ROUTE
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TO THE EAS1'.
8EST DIMKQ CM! SERiCC IU Tilt' WORLD.
Tho Hock Islnild iSforcrnosDin adopt
ing ttny advantsgox;alculittje.d to 1m
lirovo mxctl nclp;tvo Unit luxury.safety
iul comfort tluit piuilnr.r(utr,onuge do
jiiinnds. , Jts.:rjljmijt Is tjiorQUghly
.caMpleto yjfpestibii!ed trajns, mag
tiiflccriy dlulnj cars, sftepgra nud fhalr
coaclie3, nll'tliO most e'eabt, aud of
iccently lmptoved p:tttetii&
I'altliful anil capablo managcimnt.
and polite, lior;t Ecrvlcc? from ein-
lilovcj nre imiHiitaiit itoins. - Tlir-y .tro
ll tlotthlo duty to llio Company and to-
i travelers nnd it'io Bomotltnes n task
1 dillle.i't of tU-cornpHshment. Passon
gc-ra O'v his line mil Und littlo catyio
(or coxnpluhit on that ground.
rho Great Hock Island llouta runs all
regular trains to- Knglouood unburhiia
bla:Ion, uvnu to World's l'air grounds,
and you can save timo and trouble by
pctiins " at-that point hud avoid tba
crowd lrltuo- city.
-Ml'or lull iiatticulafs as to tickets,
naps, mteq, apply to any coupon ticket.
afll.'o In tho united' SWtos, Canada or
iluiico, or addreiisi
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