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7URMS - -AbTKiiTiaun
- 51.00 l'EU YKA1U
rod Jo known on ap.
domnor Win. C. Rcnfrow.
rkorotnry T. J. Lowe.
Attorney Qeneral C A. aalbratth.
A sail tan t Attorney General.,.. Rojr Hoffman.
V. 3. Marshall Edward D. Six.
C. 8. Attorney Caleb H.llrooks.
tSlef Justice Frank Dalt.
fA. 0. C. literal-.
I J as. II. Uurford.
Anociate Justices.. .1
II. W. Soolt.
.J. L. McAtee.
Probata Judg CaiterTracy
Clark Dyke Dallinger
Sheriff. p. D. Healy
Treaaurer J. C. WlllItmRGn
Attorney. ,.C. It, Wright
KtghUr of Deedi. . '. Dyke Dallinger
Supt. of Schools Mra. II. E. Ulanchard
Surveyor It, 0. Ilarbce
Coroner N. A. Feckham
f.P. J. Dirdsall.
8mmi(9ionerg -j II. E. 0. Putman.
(. Lee Howard.
C. K. & W TlMETAHLE
States Engleirood ...i-00 a. m.
Arrlrn at Wichita 3:10 p. m.
wa res Wichita 7:30 a. m.
Arrheii at Englcwood 7:00 p.m
Direct connections made fir all points at
Wiohlta, Mulvnuc and Newton.
1'artira wishing inform-ilion concerning
freight r poseenger rale?, address
A. P. QtKnDEMNa, Agent.
Presbyterian: Preaching crery SabbalL,
at 11 a. m., and 7:00 p. ni. Sabbath Scheol
at 10 a. m., Y. P. S. C, E., religious meeting
At 0:30 p. m., prayer meeting each Ihursday
Melting at 7;2Q.
All ore cordially lnritoi to any and all of
Jtkese acruce-i. 1 D. MuNsatt, I'aator.
' VillAND AUMY ItKl'UlSJjIC.
Oklahoma 1'ost No. 4.
Meets at the Operu Hall on bC
ond and fourth tuturduy of each'
month, nl 2 o'clock p. m.
All entiling coiuMde aro cordia
lly invited to attend.
"t-jriK.'ri!oAs Jun.N Si wis
Adj't. P. C,
lYomcu's Keller Corps.
Meets the first and third Saturday of each
month at 2 p at. at the school house.
Mrs, A. M. FENVEn, Pres't.
Mrs. It E. Dlamchabd, Sec.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
iieavcr Lodge, No. 7, holds Us
regular meeting every Friday
evening. All visiting breathren
aie cordially welcomed.
J. DLA1.CUARD, K. of It. and S.
THURSDAY. OCT. 10. 1893.
Remember Artist Steele's dates
1C to 20.
F. M. English has tho lumber on tho
lot north of Fenner'u Btoro preparatory
to erecting a repair shop.
150 pieces Dress Goods from 05 to
C5 cis, per yard at Custer Store.
Frank Ncill, of l'aladuro, stopped in
town a short time Tuesday on lata way
to tho east end on business connected
with a school.
Fiuest Stock of Boots & Shoes in tho
County Sold at tho Old Prloo at
Hon, F. K. Gillett, one of tho best
lawyers of our territory, came in from
Kl Bono this week, and will remain
Stetson Hats, Cups, etc., Cheap as
tho Cheapest at Custer.
Those wishing to take tho examina
tion for a tcachere' certificate will ob
serve that it will bo held on Oetober,
5 and 20, instead of the dates publish
cd last week tbiough tho mistake of the
C. 0. Tunnehill of Clear Lake has
just completed a hanisome new house
and will givo a houso-warming to-morraw
niht. A general invitation is extended
I will be iu Beaver Oct. IG to 20, to
do and fiuuh all work that comes in.
This will be my last trip to Beaver, and
if my, work uil you improve tho firt
'and lastf opportunity of securing tint,
class work. Yours to I'leascv
F. M EiEtl.c
District Court convents Wednesday.
Full vnlut for your dollar,
At Custer Store.
Qco. Ileal; was up from tho ranch
the first of tlicWcek.
Miss Clco Luikliart has been em
ployed to teach tho winter term of school
in tho Kokonio district and entered upon
her duties last Monday. This is Clco's
first school and wo wish her success.
Itobt .K. DicLscn. a prominent young
attorney and former resident of Beaver,
camo in on the etago Frid-iy and will
visit his brothtr A. S. nnd A. J. and
sister Mrs. Clancy nil of this county.
Iio has many frionds hero who wero
ulad to Feu hira fiftor nn absence of
eighteen months in Missouri.
Sugar 18 lbs. for
Tomatoes, Corn, cto pr can
17 lus No. 1 Grapes,
10 IbJ. goad Raisins,
At Custer Store.
Tho rcjjulir examination of teachers
for certificates will bo held at Optima,
Oct. 25, and 20, 1895. Examination
to bo conduoled by Mrs. II. E. Blanch
ard, Co. Supt.
Hats, Hats, lints,
Of tho latest styles for Ladies and
Children at the lowest prices, for sale at
tho Beaver Hotel during Court. Ladies
you will miss a bargain if you dou't buy
while you havo them near you so cheap.
Mrs. II, A. Williams
Tho regular examination of teachers
for certificates will bo held at Beaver,
Oct. 25 and 20. 1895. Examination
will be conducted by P. D. Munsell and
A. S. Dickson, Associate Examiners.
Mas. II. E.Blanciiaiid, Si.pt.
Monthly report of Lockwood school,
Dist. No- 31:
Wrt rmntla anrnllnd 19 !
Per cent daily attendance, 93
Neither absent nor tardy, Daisy
Present every day, Daisy Woods,
Theodore Neal, Cluudo Neal, Etta
Neil and Ed Neal.
No. of visitors, four, viz. John Lo
gan, Harry Parker, Mrs. Blanchard,
Mrs, Nellie DAiLr.
Beaver Hotel Arrivals.
D J M Jones, Roy; J. A. Carl, wife
and child, Ashland, Kx; It. E. Diokou,
ISt. Joseph, Mr; E F Printz, Georgo
Anderson, county; F J Birdsall, Custer;
H E G Putman, Grnndvalley; Frank
Neil), Paladuro; C L Howard, Optima;
Dick Griggs, Meade, Ks.
Notlco To Teachers.
Every eachcr in Bevcr County is
required to adopt iu their school tho
Course of Study for District Schools
prepared by the Territorial Board of
Education, of Oklahoma.
This course is prepared to establish,
if possible, uniformity in classification
and to introduce the principles observed
in graded schools., To make tho tcaoh
er's work moro systcmatio and effective.
To introduce tho common reboot
brandies only. To divido tho entire
course into definite portions so that a
record of tho progress and standing of
each pupil nay bo preserved, and the
confusion and loss of time usually re
sulting from frequent changes of teach
ers may bo avoided,
This course will be found in the
Courso of Study for Normal Institutes,
page 41. Those iu need of a copy ap.
ply at the office of
Mrs. II. E. Blanchaiid.
Xotico To Stockmen.
The former instructions puDlishcd in
this paper, requiring permit from in
spectors beforo cattle could be accepted
for shipment havo been cancelled. Here
after c.ittle coming from below the 37th
parallel of latitude will be accepted for
shipment when accompanied by sworn
affidavit by owner witnessed by two re
sponsible parties acquainted with facts,
that cattle have not been exposed to any
contagious disease or fever in any man.
ncr whatever. Such affidavit can bo
obtained of a Notary Public, Justice of
Peace or other officers of equal authority.
A. P. Glkndenino, Agent
The A. T. h S. F. ha70 made a rato
ofono lowest first class standard fare
from ail points t Dallas, Tex., for the
Corbctt-Fitzsimuious Glovo Coutest to
take place Oct. CI. Tickets on sale Oct.
10'th to 31 hi. good for return Nov. 10th.
For further information apply to any
agiut A. T. & S. F.
A. P. Glknueninq,' Agent,
"'-- """. ZTfm J' rJiiaiaiim
From our rcgnlar correspondent
Wasiiinotox, D. 0., Oct., 1, 1895
The United States, on the 2nd. Inst., added
another new ocean warrior to our present
magnificent fleet. The Cruiser 'nrooklyn,''
tho latent dddltton to, nnd probably the fast
est and mcsl powerful of tho fleet of ling de
fenders, was launched from Cramp's ahlp
yard in Philadelphia Under most auspicious
circumstances. Shn was christened by Miss
Ida May Schlercn, daughter of Brooklyn's
Mayor, who broke the boltle of ehatnpagn
over the sides of tho great vessel, and at the
same time exclaiming in a firm voice "I
christen tbee, Brooklyn." It is said that it
was one of tho prettiest launches aver made
at the shipyard, tho cradle of the new navy.
We have now a splendid fleet, and may the
good work go on, and in A short time it will
be the best of all navies of the world.
Qn the 2nd,, In the afternoon, the order
detailing MJ. Gen. Nelson A. Miles to com
mand tho Army of the Untied Slates, went
into effect. Gen. Miles succeeds Gen.
Schofield who has just beon retired on ac
count of the age1 limit. Mnj. Gen. Francis
It, linger is assigned to the commund of (he
Department of the 1'ast.
Secretary of tho Treasury Carlisle and
Mrs. Carllslo have returnod te the city from
a visit in Massachusetts, They were also
entertnined at Gray Gables, where they en
joyed the hospitality of tho President and
Mrs. Cleveland at their fino summer home,
Secretary and Mrs Carlisle will go to Atlanta
to attend the Exposition sometime during tho
Tho old cracked Liberty Bell, which will
bo exhibited nttlio Atlanta, Ga., Exposition,
was removed fiom Independence Hall yes
terday, and will pass through this city this
afternoon on its way south. It will be
tendered an ovation here as a military esoort
has been ordered out and the Marino Band
will furnish the music.
A report has been received here recently
that Viceroy Liu, the Chinese Huler, has
been degraded as a punishment for failing to
protect missionaries. Ho is not to hold of
fice again. This Is a warning to all others
that may bo disposed to do wrong. The
British Minister declared himself satisfied,
but other demands are te bo made by the
combined Foreign Powers. It is said that
Liu appears to have been an oluoial whose
constant aim was to stir up strife with the
miaainniirtn. Thin U tint the first lima he
I has been in similar trouble.
Ex-1'resldent Benjamin Hirrlson has en
tered the literary field. He is now engaged
at his Inlianapolls homo on a series of
raagaiine articles on "Ibis Country of Ours,"
the publication of which vill shortly begin.
These nrticles will be tho first written by an
Kx-prcsidcnt of the United Slates for a
The Eastern question is again to the front.
It Beems to bo Russia's purpose to pre
dominate in Asia, and it Is likely to causo
trouble. Japan, of course, has to face it.
Fiom an interview with Minister Kato at
London it appears that thcro Is no desire to
irritate the Russian Dear. Port Arthur,
however, is not likely to be ceded.
Children of tho eastern land, where your
farms are spoiled, leave the wastes of barren
sands, where yonr fithers toiled; leave the
rivers and the rills leave your worn tud
rocky hills, where the harvest grows; take
it, It Is best; journey to tho Oklahoma land,
in the golden west. Ye whose coffers gleam
with gold burdened with tho ore, come where
it will soon be rolled into millions more;
come where land is selling cheap, come ye
favored few, and a harvest ye shall reap as
ye never knew; leave your railway bonds
and sttcks, leave them to their rest, walk as
every wiso man walks, to the golden west.
Maidens in the hills of Maine, maids with
golden hair, come where tho grassy plain
struches everywhere; come where marriage
fees are small, houses cheap to rent, nnd a
husbaud smooth and tall will not cost a cent.
Husbands throng the western plain, till you
cannot rest; therefore take tho quickest train
to the golden west. Westward cornel Here
thou may iu very truth, In a country roam,
where your hollow breast will swell, swell
with healthy breath, and you'll ring a
chestnut bell en the form of death. Hither
come and upward grow, hore your dimes
invest, and you'll never leave the golden
west. Ancient man, with hoary hair, in a
world of gloom, looking down with solemn
stare, downward to the tomb, you can live
for many years, In a land of sun, If yeu'll
cast aside your fears, and to Oklahoma corns;
here you'll grow and fulten soon, till you fill
your vest. Como then, ere the leafy June,
to the golden west. Earlboro News.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest An ard.
about It. AVe cure them, or it doesn't cost jou a cent.
If You Have Any
skin or blood disease, such as
fif nd to m for a Srmptom DUulc.
WUen we euaranirc to -ure ou or ak notiay, llirt
that enough to convince rou or the merit vt
Our New Skin Treatment.
It It based on tounJ principles ana that's t1i7 wo
Cure 95 per cent, ot our case, ltaadtblii
Kanui City, Ma, Mar Uth, Vlto.
Itadford Eciema Co I . ..,...
Oei.llciocni Ourb&by. 11 montlnold, suffered
three months with Eraema of the faco. After a -y
three weclV course with tho I'adford Lcirina r
Co. I am happr to report complete urc I, -
hcartU) endorse jour ystn, ' A,
MT, Standard Pub Co- tit Fwt wh itreit. j.
LAT-!arca e. las. Q
Gentlemen: your for at hand In reply p
will say tbcre lias nmr octn a return of ihe 5
Eczema oa our Uaby'a face flare It was cured y
It. II. WiuatMia. dZ.
Oner 400 Patients Cured Last Year.
py Write c for Syroptom Blank, which we
i aeud rou to ail ouu U
I J ocud rou to Oil oaU
TX - a nnnnn VPTVUA sTVk..
ri m a. m rav -. w
1 iAA- u9. ami TtA Wfttr TIM nnlf1lntr
I Mt WU .. . TTl L "
T tvi iaaa vnj mu.
j vft J iw l l I l
The Best and Biggest
- "vThis Stook consists of a choice assortment of
JtSy&ess Goods, Prints, Muslins; Flannels,
"' A'nTd every thing" for fall and winter wear. Also a
" coinpleto assortment of
t .. , Foremen and boyo. Wo can fit you with anything
I i& ou want, nt lower prices than you havo been used to
v 1 " getting such goods.
Wo aro especially well supplied with all styles of
, t Boots and Shoes for Ladies, Mon and Children, and
'- t notwithstanding tho great advanco in lcathor,wo aro
selling' theso goods' at lower prioos than ever.
a - Ve also carry a better and larger stook of
.. T V
t r f
We want you to come and see these goods, and nro satisfied that wo can
suit you and sell you tho1 article you want nt a lower prico than you .'xpoct.
Como early, and secure first choico from thU mammoth new stock.
A rrff Irfi
& AiF s "t
Wittout thorou((li!y invtatlgMiny 'he of the Winchester. We
iiit longMt experience ami largest icmic iw mis mnuii.iu.t
optattng Riles, fehot-Cun, Single Shot Rifles ond Ammunition.
s T ot
Jlmyf ait vr loiat V.attr ftr t tTlnthMhr dun:
WINCHESTER REPEATING ABMS CO. WlochtiUr Ave, New Haven, Conn.
1 V V)
L Is (now
& Letter heads',
S Callrng Cards,
!( Weddmg Cnrtls,
m . ,
send out, of the County for anything
4 jnNthis line.-
Covering Entire Body -with White
Scales. SuflVrlns Fearful.
Cured by Cuttcura.
My dliense (psorlaaU) flrtt hroyo out on my left
cheek, apreatllug a.roa ajmom, and alraoat cov.
erlog- ray face. It ran, (uto lay !)ea, aul tbc
phjalolin waa afrad I wulj. lua my t)i!iilil
altogether. It spread all'enr uiy biaJ. and ruy
iiair an leu oui, uunt i waa
oUtW' . haldbenild ; It Ibtn
'bnV4at ,n my anut and
aoouuera, until My arm were
juat oo aora. It torereA my
entire liody, my f.iu, head,
ni anr.uldeia Utlng the prat.
wtilte acaba fi.ll conatantly
from iny bd( abauldtra, ik1
arms: the a VI a wuuld Ihlekea
su-1 hv red and very Itch),
aid would crack and bleed
If aeralcJied. After aprndloii
L-nuy litiudnnla of dollar.
Mua ir&uuuocrd tticurable. 1
heard of tto CirriCLUA llEXXOiaa, and aftor ualnc
Itu bottk-a (,'L-ricm lteOLTINT, 1 could rex a
clianye; and after 1 hud taken four bt!lee, I uaa
aluuMl cured; olid wUu I had ured li boltUr of
Cc-ncmu UtoLrsT,f)iie box vt Ci'Tict ri.uud
one iku of CtTirviia riuir, I waa currd uf the
dreadfuldhteiMfnna which I bad aufferrd fur Hie
Iran. leiunolciprcrawlui a ieo what 1 rulferrd
eferemliu the Htxcmaa, They aarrd uir life, aud
( ftcltlru) duty to recoanoawl llvm. My lulrli
rtatortl h cood aa vrr ard eo W m eyelyht.
Uua. KUa.V KLLLV, IfdekirvU City, Iowa.
The new Wood I'urlller, Internally 'CW etcanac
the bloudot ullluipurUfceMi iiolauulureeut4)f
and CiTltuni, tliv great Hkla I ure.Bul V rn un
buir, uu 1 1'juUlto tikiu UoiiuUtUr; t-itrtuilli (ta
clear tha kl i nod eralji and le.tura the halr),
cmd thotiMitida uf ciara wlre tha altctldifw f
fil. a nicaaurJ a quirt dully, the akin irueked.
bb-rdin, bumtnc, ni Itrhinn alino.t beyoua
f,udura!irc,)lr ll.ele.j or i II fone.oufTrrinif tirrU
tjij, iLiiouu.r rcniuutw tuu uwue aufu .nn.t
v tpld'?rryi.b.Ti. IVlce. t LTirriu, iAf.i'Fmt,
S3eJ; ltKtu.ira.NT, (I. 1'reparud by tbu J'oTfp
AUHillfur' How U Cure toklH IllHaaea' C
igue, 60 HfmuaUona, and log teatluioutula.
ttda, black.hcada. red, rough, ahapped, ulJ
cojy auncura,eyuTicuiu wur.
IT 8T0P8 THE PAIH.
I'.acl" rhe, ktdney palaa, weakntaa,
rbeum to, and uuacular alua ro.
IIsvmI Iu one minute by tha Cats.
ur Aiiu-raia riaaicr. zc.
Stock of General Merchandise ever brought to Beaver
is now on exhibition at
befo're, and havo them coulinually
! m TJOi.tl CarJ wltb jrour acJJrWa Ibr our
VHgr JitutiiatrJ cutuiogtic'rttas. . . ,J
VOT 1IT7V AN'.TTttvq TX THE ItUB OF
to print '.your
Latent tyte r
Call and get our prices m
Tho WESTERN TRAIL !h i.ub
lished quarterly hv the tllUCAtio, ltocK
island & 1'acifio jiaimvay.
It tells how to f$et a Turin in the
West, and it will bo sent In you gratis
for ono year. Send nnnie and nddrcst
to "Kditor Western Trail,
nud rei'five it on ynr Ireo.
JOHN SEBASTIAN, Q. I
NOTICE OF ATTACIIXEXT.
Joseph Garurr will take uoticc tliat on tbe
17th day of Aupiiet. 1895, Jas. II. Howe, a
Justice of Hie Peace of Lcgan tuwnslilp,
Dearer county, (Tklaboi a Territory, Issueil
an Order of Atlnclimcnt for tbe sum of
$15 00, in an acllnn pending before bltn,
wherein W. V. O'Neal is plalotilf nnd Joseph
Garner defemlunt. Tbe property attached
consisti of one steer.
Said Court was continued to tho Slst day
offcept. 1803, at 10 o'clock u in.
W. W. 0'i;t.
Price a ,
Price Of The
Kansas City Times
Has Been Roduced
To $4.00 a year. "
$2.00 For Six
Months; $1.00 For
This is not a campaign rate, hut
a Permanent lhlu. TI1K SUN
DAY TIMKS tnUrged to 2-1
imp-. Thiuk ol'itl About lo a
duy fur a Grstelasa metropolitan
newspaper. Kvery ono can now
niTord to take a dailv niner.
ntlhufrtf ii. ul tttt. rPli 'I miAa I
always leads. Address,
THE KANSAS CITY T1HES,
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Everyman tvith 50 head of cattle ur
upward should advtrtitr. At brand in
thit Jycr, and thus tciVAih a month,
perhaps, regain stock which hat been
missing for weds, and whtch he ha
yircit up as lost. Our circulation
throughout this ssction it wide and
steadily increasing, and your brand in
serttd in tlust columns will become fa
miliar to the ttochmtn and settlers of
ihe southwest, laigely increasing your
chnnecsof regaining strayed or irdiert
ttoch. iiend in your orders.
GUOROJJ .0 AbDURSOX.
Additional brands.-T T ou '.eft still
Ij.C. conmttM on cither sldo or hip, aNo
A on loft nlde, Knr mnrks crop nnd
under hall uop left, undor back right.
Uaneh allied IIIuHTk,
Post Otllro, Beavor, Oklahuiua.
J. E. 0 YEP. Mtridian, OUa.
Brands, M , sltle, Additional brands,
It A I) also V A T, alto left li ancle. 1 .11
connected. Kallmann, crop left, sidlt right.
J. A. MATJIEWSUuBtcr, OMu. -Cattle
brand T J connected, nnywuoreou
animal, bu principally on botli lilps,
llorsu brand tlio mine tin Jcftahouldcr.
HU era b ramtod W Cross ,
FRED TAINTOR-Lnglcweod Kas.
annyplnceonnnlmnl, principally on leil
hip nnd aldo. liir markN Crop tlio left nnd
Addition brands not krpt up
X ilnwu leit shoulder and tide, vatlotis
(lla-h'knlfe) clthor or both sides, ynrlons
V left dido (all utters)
Ear mark trrtibtlin left.
Homo brand, (3 u tin lea hip; or TF con.
meted on left shoulder.
1'ostoClce, Ksglcwood, Kansas.
E. R. COFFEY Denver -. .
J Uon left aide or hip. Knr marks Crop
the lelt.crwp nnd split tho rleht,
COFFEY fc WEIR Bmver.
A T on left hide, uml yenrllHirs T Inserted
Iu A, under, on both hips. Kur murks on
ealvos notch lueuU of left ear.
on left shoulder or aldo
ou Uip ur
Additional brands: Croi oiialiouider. U
u.i sldo und hip. U on let -tide, rio hip,
cicwtrlu'hthlp. I.YOlell tde.
Ilorao bniud, hulf diamond tint onlcl
boulder, hip or thlzli
WEE DEE. Elm -.,
CroI.on hip iitrfe troi rli-t
owrblt tha left, llorwjbjani!, mna., bur on
- i i A JZm ZSSsBBB
H aaatittaflHaasW. taaW W
-1 Ufa mmmMsmmmamw
i) i i .I
I Kl Vlao'T neroaV ft CU-rrn la Ibo Wl
jyj Ilott, Kwlfjt to T e. uid Ciupvt. oU
EM Bold by druitclsU cr sent by .nail. H
jj He E,T ifazeUlne,Varrru, JU.
TRiirtn Hocstov Robt. J. Rat rj
HOUSTON h RAT, -
WOODWARD. - - - 0. T
TJIOMAS S. WHITE,
. , Iloonw 103-B-G.AiIanlie ldp.
Waslnnylfjn; D. C
imiNO ON YOOU
We - Want -. It.
IJICKSON to tCICSON
Attounky3 at Law.
Will practice in nil tliceoiittior ,ttio County
GOTTLEIB - STREULI
Boot & Shoo RSaker.
Manufacturer of LadJeaand Gents flno
Doots & Shoe',
Repairing n, Specialty
Give Mo it Call.
Hpeclul attention given to llin drnwlne
Ofllca on Doiigla Avenue.
AVlll practice In all Courts of dklnhcma
i Kcivcr, Oklaht i
j It. Dean.
DBAN & LAUNE.
Practice iu nil Court?.
WOODWARD, . -
rv. LCNLEY, M.D.
SUBOEON $14J OllSTEXltlCIAN.
Culls promptly attended, uuhcr day or nljlv
GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
TO THE EAST.
BEST OININQ CAR SERVICE IN THE WORLD.
Tho Kock Island Is foremostin adopt
lng any advantages calculated, to iin
proTo pccd and give that luxury, safety
and comfort that popular patronage de
mands. Its equipment Is thoroughly
co.'iploto xyjth vestlbuled trains, mag
piflcent dining cars, sleepers and chair
coaches, all tho most olegant, and ot
recently Improved patterns.
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest Esrvico from era
plpyes, aro important items. Thoy aro
a doubla dqty to tho Company and to
travelers and it is sometime? a tail:
difficult of accomplishment. Passer.
gors on this lino will find littlo cau-tu
for complaint on that ground.
The Groat Mock Island ltouto runs all
regular trains to Englewood suburban
station, close to "World's X'air ground?,
and you can savo time and trouble by
getting oil at that point and avoid tho
crowd in, tho. city.
Por lull particulars 3 to tickets,
nps, rates, apply to any coupon ticket
onica ia the United States, Canad.t o-t
Mexico, or address:
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