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"WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. Republican Slate Ticket- JOHN P. St. JOHN Governor D V. FINNEY, Lieut. Governor JAMES SMITH, .8ecy. of State E. P. McCARE Auditor of State HAM T. HOWE Treasurer V. A. JOHNSTON,..Atty. General H. C. SPEER. Supt. of Pub. Instruc D. J. BREWER,. Associate Justice For Congressman First District, JOHN A ANDERSON, of Riley Co. For Congressmen at Large , K. N. MORRELL, of Brown Co. LEWIS HANBACK, of Saline Co. S. R- PETERS, oC Harvey Co B. V. PERKINS, of Labette Co. Republican County Convention. Notice i3 hereby given that a Re- ?)ublican county convention will be leld at Phillipsburg, Phillips county, Kansas, on Saturday, October 14th, 1882. at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for the following offices: Representative. Clerk of the District Court. Superintendent Public Instruction. Probate Judge. County Attorney. Commissioner I Id District. " The several townships will be en titled to delegates in said convention as follows: Arcade 2 .Beaver ..1 Belmont 2 ' Bow Creek 2 Crystal 2 Dayton 1 Deer Creek 2 Freedom- 2 Glenwood 2 Granite 2 Greenwood 2 Kirwin 7 Logan 3 Long Island 2 Mound 2 Phillipsburg... ...5 Pluinvlew 1 Plum 3 Prahieview 1 Rushville 1 Solomon 3 Sumner.. .1 1 Towanda 1 Valley .'...2 Walnut 2 . It Is recommended that the township caucuses be held on October 7. 1S82. . By order of the Republican County Central Committee. Geo. W. Youko, Cha'm. Gov. St- Jolm at tlie Court House in Phillipslmrg.Oct. 7th, 1882, at 2 o'clock p. m- THE LESSON IT TEACHES The August dry spell has ruined the corn crop of the western part of the State, and injured inuch of that in the eastern portion, But, in eastern Kan sas, the early varieties of corn that were planted early were out of danger before the drouth sO in-. Year afwr year, the same story is told and it is now universally admitted that corn ought to be planted early, and that quick ripening varieties should be used and jec every fall a lare number of our formers remark, "My early corn, what there was of it, did well, but the most of it was injured by the dry spell. Last spring, the early planted corn came up, but, in consequence of the long wet and cold spsll, did rot prow. However, a.i soou as suitable weather came, iishot ahead in a manner that in dicated that the roots Jiad not remained iuactive and is :n plendid condition novr. Tco many things are allowtd to iDter feie with the corn planting. It has to give way whcti -other things should. A tanner goes oat after a rain and Tfiuda the land vvIiciyj he- left off too wet to plow. Anol'focr jart of his field tnay be just right, bat he stepr altogether rather thui change his Vac and a month af- l-erwards hurries in his crop, is behind in working it, because of the lost time, ami, when he gathtrs his nubbins in, gloomily leiunrks that farming in Ivan asioa't pay. The ground ra now getting hard, and Eome are stopping their plows to wait for rain. The result will be late sowed giain and smaller crops, if not au entire fail, ure next year. The successful farmer is one who keeps ahead with his work. When two horses are not sufficient ho pu:a on thrcer and if the laud breaks up cloddy he goes over it with a harrow or roller. He prepare- his land and has it ready to plant when the rain comes in stead of waiting ' until then to do his plowing. Of coarse, it is often better to do things late than not at. all, but. there can not be too much said on the importance of pushing the season. Kansas Farmer. While we endorse tha foregoing arti cle as a whole, wo beg leave to correct the total failure theory so far as Phillips county is concerned. We call the Farmer's attentign to Mr. Nettleship's offer, but do not wish it understood that his is not an exception, but it i.. a fact that the corn crop of Phillips county is far from a -failure, and other crops corn partivelj good. There is lots of corn this year that will go. 40 bushels per acre." A TEXT FOR A LECTURE. Abouttwo years ago one Bergman of Hanover, a victim of whisky, abandoned lus family, leaving them without sup port and with a mortgage of $200 on their little home in favor of one Chas. Jackers. The wife, iodisoair, commenc ed a suit for damages ogaiust Jackers, who had been keeping a saloon, for sell ing liquor to her husband, and received a judgment for 1,400 again.st him. Jackers hasmauaged to evade the judg ment, and has, meantime, foreclosed the mortgage, and ou Wednesday morning turned Mrs. Borgui-in and her seven 8iuall children into the street. The Hanover Democrat, from which we learn these faets, says : "Through the kindness ot some friends another house was obtained, her goods moved into it, and her and her children again settled to house keeping. She offered, so we are informed, to pay the rent in advance to remain where she was, but this would not do, a3 the object peemed to be that 6he must go. Mrs. Borgm& is a woman of unimpeachable character, of good natural ability, who has been and is yet living under very trying circumstances, and yet 6he is rais ing a family of girls- who will compare favorably with nj iu this towo, or in this part of the country. Struggling against adversity with a Jarge family to support, she should receive the encourage ment of the entire community." " There 1s a text for temperance lecture in these facts, that would stir the must calloused heart. It will be utilized, no doubt, in the campaign. Mny people wonder how it is that the temperance cause has grovn, and is growing, so strong. Just such incidents as those narrated above are the founda tion on which it rests. There i3 prob ably not a family in the whole land where a son, or brother, or father, has not fallen a victim to this degrading and demoral izing vice. Upon some hearthstone it has cast the ineffacable stiadow of crime; to others it has brought want and priva tion ; to others, sorrow and desolation. Into some homes it has 6talked like a course, and the whitening heads of lath er and mother have been bowed with shame and grief, others it has invaded like a thief, roboing the wife of love and happiness, and chilling the hearts of in- nocent childhood. This 13 why, throughout the land, people are declaring war against liquor. It is a cry like that which went up in Egypt when the first born cf every household was smitten, and the desola tion oi bereavement filled every home. Atchison Champion. American Poled Ausus Association Kansas City, Sept. 20. At the adjourned meeting held here this morn ing at the office of the "Live Stock Indi cator," the breeders of Polled Angus Cattle perfected, a permanent organiza tion by the election of F. D. Under wood, President of the Merchants National Bank and President of tne Prairie Cattle Company, of this city, as permanent president, Jas It. Cudgel, Secretary aud Treasurer, and five Vice Presidents. Nine directors were chosen; M. K. Cockrane, Quebec; G. W. Henry and A. B. Mathews, Kansas City ; Win. D. Lee, Camp Supply, In dian Territory ; II. C. Burlight, Maine; Messrs. Itogors and Findiy, Illinois ; and W. Estell and E. Leonard, Mis souri. The title adopted is : Ameri can Polled Angus Association." Ileso'utions were adopted requiring the herd book to be based on the polled herd book of Scotland, and to hold the next annual-meeting in Kansas City at the fat stock show in 1883. A com mittee was appointed to solicit member ships and subscriptions to visit the fat stock show at Chicago in November. Sixteen breeders were present and the utmost harmony prevailed. We are pleased to see the breeding of Polled Angus and Herford cattle receiv ing the attention they seem to be and we look forward to the time in the near future when these splendid breeds will bo as common as that or the short horns and Devons now are. We were capti vated by the splendid-specimens of th Polled Angus oq exhibition at our State Fair. THE "JUDCE" AT HOME. Judge James DeLong has returned to Independence, and claims that his grand work of charity iu aiding the 60, 000 destitute Southern refugees has been sadly broken into by Gov. St. John's letter denying that auy suffering existed among that class in this state. If St. John has dine this, and has stopped fraudulent begging, ho has wrought a great work, and i3 entitled to the grati tude of the people of Kansas. In this connection, it might be mentioned that the judge" proposes to give "a complete history of the whole affair" at a public meeting in independence. If he was called upon by a committee of citizens appointed by a public meeting and given twentv-four hours to leave the 6tate he has disgraced and lied about, it would be more in accord with the eternal fitness of things. It might also be mcrtioned that the Independence Star is very much ruffled because the Times has expossd the tricks of "Friend" Daniel Votaw, who has been engaged in the same business of begging; and that paper proceeds to give Votaw a good character. Now, if Votaw will give the Star man a reco mendation or, Judge DeLong misht do the work would, be complete. We have no donbt it would be easy to get the thing done. sLeaven worth Tiniea. The time for permitting such frauds to be perpetrated we had hoped was passed and we hope that the next party who travels through the east as this man DeLoDg has done, will be arrested for obtaining money under false pre tenco and punished accordingly. Premiums Awarded at the Phillips . County Fair. . Division A Cattle. CLASS 5. l rank jerue, z year old bull 1st prem l li liardiier, 4 year old bull " " II Churchille bull calf. ' " T M Hughes 3 year old bull 2d prem, P C S Lowe 2 year old bull... " bull calf. " CLASS 6. K M Jones cow 3 years old- 1st prem II McDowell heifer calf. 44 J EGnftin heifer 2 years old " 44 Tyear old 44 44 " " 3 years old- 2d prem. PCS Lowe 44 2 years old- 2d 44 44 "1 year old- 2d 44 CLASS 7. PCS Lowe best milch cow... 1st prem. CLASS 8 SWEEPSTAKES. Wm Kine: cow 3 years old 1st prem. PCS Lowe cow 2 years old- 2d prem, Division li Horses. '4 CLASS 1 DRAFT STALLION'S. H Coomes beat stallion 1st prem, V L Morgan 2d best stal 2d prem. WF Woodward bay suck ing colt .. 1st prem. CLASS 2 DRAFT MARES AND GELD INGS. Warren Cummings mare 3 . ' -years old.. 1st prem. v 13 McCawky gelding 2 years old - 1st prem. "W A liaum mare 7 years old 1st prem. F B Cannon me 1 year old 1st prem. 4 .mare 3 years old 2d prem. " . sucking colt...... lest prem. "Warren Cummings horse 7 years old. 2d prejn- T G Lark in marel year old 21 prem. CLASS 3 ROADSTERS STALLIONS. V F Woodward stallion 2 years old - 1st prem. W F Woodward stallion 1 year old 1st prem. Gill Vincent stallion 4 years old and over 1st prem. CLASS 4 ROADSTERS MAKES. J M Crosier mare 3 years old 1st prem. 44 mare 1 year old- 1st prem. J Hahnenkratt mare 3 ye'rs old 2d prem. H McDowell mare 1 year old 2d prem. CLASS 5 SWEEPSTAKES. W E McCawley gelding 2 ears old - 1st prem. F Woodward mare 7 years old - 1ft prem. Geo Nash stallion' 4 years old and over 1st prem. H Coomes stallion 4 years old and over 2d prem." F B Cannon mare 4 years old and over 2d prem. CLASS 6 CARRIAGE AND DRAFT TEAMS. D B Townsend pair horses 1st prem- Wm Bissell pair mares 2d prem. O S Plotnerpair horses draft 1st prem. Division C. CLASS 1 JACKS. H Churchill 1st prem. R O Swearenger.... 2d prem CAASS 2 MULES. Frank Jerreu on two years oia - 1st nrem. A W Andrews on 1 year old 1st prem. Gej. Carmon on colt 1st prem. Speed Ring Quarter Mile Dash.. Stephen Landreth. ..... l?t prem. I Atherton 2d prem. Half Mile .Dash. Dolly Skinner lstprem. Star of the West 2d prem. Dolly : 3d prem. Trotting two Best in Three. Grant 1st prem. Jack Crowder 2d 44 Colonel 3d 44 Trotting Three Best in Five. Grant 1st prem. Jack Crowder 2d prem. uoionei..... 3d Division D Swine. Clsss 1 Poland China. A W Andrews hoar 1 year old - 1st prem. A W Andrews boar 3 m'ths old 1st prem. A W Andrews sow 3 m'ths old 44 44 A W Andrews sow 3 rut'hs old -2d prem. Class 2 Berkshires. J Hahnenkratt boar 1 year old and over 1st prem. J Hahnnenkratt boar 6 m's old and over 1st prem. J Hahnenkratt boar 6 m's old and under 2d prem. J E Griffin sow 6 months old and under 1st prem. John Lake boar 6 montsold and under 1st prem. John Lake sow 6 months and under 2d prem. Division E Sheep. Class 1 Fine Wool. W S Stewart buck 2 years and over 1st prem. TVS Stewart buck 1 year old and over - 1st prem. TPS Stewart buck lamb...- 44 44 TFS Stewart pen 5 ewes '4 44 Class 2 Dang Wool. John Bissell pen n ewes 1st prem. pen 5 lambs..... " " buck lamb 2d prem. J H Young buck lamb - 1st prem. TO BE CONTINUED. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS. A great many people are under the impression, when about to travel East or Wrest,. that it is cheaper to purchase tickets to the nearest im portant city or town and thence to their destination. Inquiry of any ticket agent of the Burlington routes will prove the rates quoted to be the lowest to all points via. this line, as they are invariably based on the most direct routes. Daily fast express trains are now run between Denver and Chicago and Kansas City and Denver, and by a recent arrangemen with connecting lines, through cars are run in connec tion with the Chicago express via. Pe. ora to Indianapolis without change. Throug tickets, quick time, bag gage ehecked to destination, elegant Pullman Palace cars and day coaches are but a few of the many attractions that tends to make the Burlington Route the favorite with the traveling public. P. S. Eustis, Gen'l Ticket Agt. "It Mie.Ht Have Been." Thus your friends will sing as they watcn your Jite flickering out with that dread disease Dyspepsia ; stay its ravages by using at once Brown's Pepsin Tonic. Remember! Delays are dangerous. TO WJVSiriP CA UCUS. The Republican voters of Phillips burg township are requested to meet at the Court Honse Friday, Oct. 6, tor the purpose of electing five delegates to the County Convention called to meet at Phillipsburg, Oct. 14th. dissolution notice. Phillipsburg. Kansas, Sep. 7, '82. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Harmon & Johnson heretofore en gaged in the livery business in the city of Phillipsburg m PbiUips County Kansas, is tuis day dissolved by mu tual consent. All acts of the firm are in the hands of D. G. Harmon for collection. G. D. Harmon, Nancy J. Johnson 25c vs 825. The one buys a box' of Brown's Vegetable Liver Pills, which cures -constipation, sick headache and a tor pid liver ; the other you pay your doc tor as a penality for not usiug .Brown's Liver Pills in time ; which amount will you pay ? Ail of Brown's Medi cines for sale by H. C bprague and J . V. Close, I'nillipsburg, K.ansas. Land 05c, at Kirwin, Kan Oct. 2, 18fi 46-29 : Notice is hereby given that the follow inr named settler bis filed notice of hia intention to make final proof in support of bin claim, and that said proof will be irade before- the Keeis ter or Receiver at Kirwin, Kan., on Nov. 9th, FRANK SOVA, DS No 10735 for the ?eqr?eqr section 3. and near neqr section 10, towoehip 2 South, range 16 west. He names the fotlowins witnesses to prove h:s continuous resilence upon and cultivation of eaid Un4..viz: C-S Taylor, John Gorackey. Calvin llatcbinson and Christian Brown, all ot i'ieasact Ureen, Kansas- 1 11 EUM. Keziswr OF PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS . Authorized Capital $5o.ooo Paid Up Capital 5 lo.ooo -INCORPORATED IN 1S80- OFFICERS B. L. HARDING ; ..; President. GEO. W. YOUNG....: vice President. J. F. MORSE : Cashier. DIRECTORS- GEO. W. YOUNG, B. L. HARDING, H. C. SPAULDING, HENRY STIVERS, J. F. MORSE. - Buys and sells Exchange ; Loans Money ; discounts notes ; makes collec tions and does a general Banking Business. "7"- IF"1- IB CONTRACTOR PHILLIPSBURG, BAVill do all kinds of work in his al attention given to MAKING and tomn Trimmings always on hand. Kkfebences: Those for whom I have worked. vol21tf WAY HODGGIJTS MARVIN CHEAP GASH STORE ! Northwest corner Sixth - ' U1 1 r Street and Kirwin Ave. JJvO.a.- Vlil, -Ci-S-9 Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots & Shots, Notions, &c. JEAll who wish to buy at CASH PRICES are invited to call and ex amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits." No trouble to show goods. Give us a call. New Store New Goods ! New Prices CHEAP GASH STORE, -OF- JAMES WOODS, -We treat all alike- ONE PRIGE ONLY! Experience enables us to make the cheapest and best selections of "While our line of G-BOCB ISIBS Is complete, "We sell for Do our own work, and make money where others cannot make expensess We surprise many new customer, with our prices. CALL AND SEE At Dutton's old stand, south cast corn or Public Square, PHILLIPSBURG. KAiVSAS T. LOWELL, -DEALER IN- AO ft MtM SPECTACLES. I atches, Boom CLOCKS and JEWELRY, and SHOES Gonfectioney And Gigas I solicit a share of public patronage and will try to please all. REPAIRING DONE on short notice. Give me a call. South side Public Square, Phillipsburg. Meat filaket I Feed Store PHILLIPSBURG S KANSAS E. H. Evans " PROPRIETOR choice Meats al ways on hand ESF-Pickled Pork, Fresh Lard, Brn Chopped Feed, etc., also for sale here. Steak 10 to 12c Roasts 8 to 10c Plate meats 6 to 8c Lard loc Salt meats 15c PAID FOR HIDES. East side of the public square. NEW CITY LAUNDRY, CONDUCTED BI M. Ij. Fergeson, First House South Beekley' Lumtei Yard, PHILLIPSBURG, - KANSAS. ' Sgi-Prices Keasonable.-S - A - SZIEIES, AND BUILDER, KANSAS. line in the best possible manner. Spec TRIMMING COFFINS. A full line of We Came "West to Grow up wrra THE COUNTRY and hare staid Hi CD S CO 4u -J CO 3 CD CO CO Geo. W, Young & Go., South Side Public Square, PHILLIPSBURG, - KA1S OHAS. DICKEY, AND DEALER IN JBurniturM WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, Phillipsburg Kansas- A new stock of Coffin trimmings j ust received. Missouri- Pacific Ry- THE DIRECT R O TJTE FOR ALL POINTS III Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, California, and Texas. TWO TRAINS DAILY. THE DIRECT RO TJTE FOR ALL POINTS E THE EAST and NORTH, VIA ST. X.OXJIS TWO TRAINS DAILY. Pullman Palace Hotel Cars are ran between ST. LOUIS AND SAN AN TONIO, via Sadalia, daily. All trains arrive and depart from the Grand Union Depot at St. Louis, thereby assuring passengers "direct connections. ' ' " ' Fast Tins M EiDirisr Accomodate. A. A. TALMAGE, f. CHANDLER, Susil luafer. ' . Ssl fWr Agt C B.KllIMtUss't Gen Pass A$L with it. e- - Nevr Goods. -The oldest store in the-a J5-eity. and therefore tae best.-a Dry Goods V?-v rgy-your interests are mine. SSr R. ROGERS, LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS and GLOVES, BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS. Buying from HIRST HANDS, I always receive Fresh Goods and Latent Styles, andara prepared to sell goods as low as any firm in the West, and tun always ready to wail upon my customers. Ideal in nothing but , G E N TJ I N E G O O D S . tggLall and Examine my goods before purchasing elsewere.&& M Y MOTTO IB OTICS: SALES. SnVCjX-L PROFITS U'TTI-X. weight -a.zet:d MEASURE. I I I 1 , I I i I I A Pi TO Groceries, Provisions and Notions, 'rugs and -South Sid Big Bend, Phillips Cunty, Kansas. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, Satli Sid3 nMi3 Square Phillipsburg, - - Canned Fruit of Every Variety. Choice Brands Cigars WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOORAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY. ' WILL SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLA1TD & PACIFIC P.'Y Is The Great Connecting Link between the East and the West ! Ita main line rana from Chleaea to Council Bluffs, pasfting through Joliet, Ottawa. La Salle, Geneseo, Mohne, Bock Island. Darenport. West Liberty, lowaCit, MarenRo,Brooklyn,GrlDneil. Isa Moines (the capital of Iowa), Kiuart, AUau Uc, and Aca: with branches from Bureaa J auction to Peoria; Wilton Junction to Musca tine, Washington. Fairfield Eldoo. Bel (nap, CeutreTilie, Princeton. Trenton, Gaiiatln. Came ron, Leavenworth. Atchison, and- Kansas City; Waalngton toSSpoarney. Oskaloosa. and Knor. Tllle: Keokuk to Fannlnjrton, Bonaparte. Ben tonspcrt. Independent, Eluon. Otturawa, Eddy ville, Oskaloosa, Fella, Monroe, and Des Moines; ML Zion to Keosauqoa; Newton to Monroe: Des Moicestoliidianolaand Wlntrrset; Atlantic to Griswoid and Audubon; and Avocato Harlan -and Carson. This is poslllrely the only Rail road, wnich owns, aud operates a through lias from Chicago Into the State cf Kansas, Through Express Fasseno-er Trains, with Pull man Palace Cars attached, are rup each way daily between Chioaso and Pkoria, Kahbas City. CotrpciL BLcrra, Lkavkm wuitb aodjArcai o. Throimhcarsareaisorun betweea Milwau kee and Kausas City, via tue Milwaukoe aal Kock Island Short Line." The "Great Rock Island" Is majrnlfleenfly quipped, its road bel Is simply perfect, and Iu track is laid with steel rails. What will please you most will bethepleasnre of enjoying your mesK -!iile parsing orer the beautiful .rairlesof Illinois and Iowa. In one of our maemncfeiii Dining Cars that accompany all Through Express Trains. Ton pt-t an entire meal, as Kxxl a is sirred ;n any first-class hotel, for seveuiv-nTe rents. Apprccisilnp tne fart that a majority of the people prfettr separate apartments for different purposes (a:!ti the imiacn.e pasaenirer busineaa of this line warranting it I. we are pisused toan- liouccc i.isi tun lu rui.o rwinun values jri. i i,.-k. r i'alsi r, traits are ran ttironirn to PEORIA. DFS wnivrs COVNl lL BU FIS. KAsAs CITY. ATCHION. and LKAvkTOohtii0 XJ3 all Ticket Aajent iu the United Statea ..r ...... .. -- . Tor iuforuiatioa nut obtaluable at It. IX. CA 11-. 10, Low Prices. & Groceries. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, I tv jv- I . fib 1C -DEALER IN- Medicines. Main Strcet,- " - - Kansas. SUeping Car for sleeping purposes, and Palac Dining Cart tor eating purposes only. Onectber treat feature of our Palace Cars Is a SMOKiMO A LOON where you can enjoy your "HaTan" at all hours of the day. Magnittcent Iron Bridges span the Mississippi and Missouri rlrers at all points crossed br this line, and transfers are avoided at Council Bluffs, Kansas City, Leavenworth and Atchison, con tortions being made In Union .Depots. The principal R. R. connections of this sjrewt Tbroafh Line sire & follows) AtCBicaoo. with all uiversl&g lines for tba East and South. At Ekohwood. with the Ui. A M.S- and I Ft. W. A c. R. RJs. AtWAaHisaTow Heights, with P., C. AS. -At La SALtm. with 111. Cent E. B. At Peoria, with P. P.& J.; P. D. A L B. A Wt; lit Mid.; and T. V. A W. Rda. At Roc Islam p, with "Milwaukee and Bock; Island Short Line." and Rock Isi'd A Peo. Rda. At PATisyoar. with the Davenport Division - C M A St. P R. R. At W8T LiBffSTT. with tba B. C R. A W.B.B. At Griii KKLL, with Central Iowa K. R.. At Dies Moibwi, with D. M. A F. D. R. R. - AtCooxcu. BLvrrs, with Union Pacific B.R. At Omaha, with B. A Mo. R. R.R. (in Neb.l At Colimbpb JCWCTIOS.wlth B.C.R.AN.R.R. At Ottcmwa. with Central Iowa R. It.: W St. L. Pac.. and C. B. and Q. R. RdsT ' " At Keokck, with ToL. Peo. A War.; Wab.,8t. Louis A Pac. and St. Ko. A N. Vfl R. Kda. Al Camerok, with If. St. J.R. R. . AiAIc!S?OJ'' wVln AtchTopeka A SantaFet Ateh. A Iel., and Cen. BrVu. P. E. lidZ CVLR!ARdEs:,WOBTUwiUl L'nUm 1'c-n1 Kr. 3. and Southwest. and f:n,ia. T . I.UCK UIBIK1 I.Q your houui ofHee. ad.ireKH, Hi. T". .Trtwiw CHiCAUO lt,t . up $b Ht'q y!