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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY AUGUST 3. 18r5.
We cannot but be gratified by the constantly increasing in
terest manifested by the people in the progress of bur en
terprise. The success of our undertaking and the establishment of a
manufacturing town at East Moline, means the enhancement of
values in this entire locality, and a substantial benefit to every man,
woman and child in the tri-citics that cluster about the great
Many unfouneed rumors have from time to time been current
in regard to alliances which have been made for our new town. As
we presume like rumors will gain currency hereafter, we deem it
proper to state that we will adhere in the futnre to the policy adopted
hus far. viz: not to say anything until our statements are fortified
Today we announce contracts with the following industries,
all of which will be in active operation as soon as building plans can
be matured and the factories can be erected. These alliances of
themselves guarantee a city of 3,000 people at East Moline as soon as
the factories are in operation, and place the success of our enter
prise beyond the.prealventurc of a doubt.
FACTORY NO. i The Western Stamping Company from
Cleveland, Ohio. Factory buildings now well up to the second story.
Will work 100 hands. Will make stamped ware and plumbers' sup
FACTORY NO. 2 The East Moline Engine Tool Com
pany, formerly Reliance Machine and Tool Company, of Cleveland,
Ohio. Manufacturers of compound explosive motors, electric light
ing and heating plants, bolt cutters, taps and dies, etc. Capacity
125 employees. Plans now being made and factory buildings to be
erected this fall.
FACTORY NO. 3 The Weir Plow Company from Mon
mouth to East Moline with 500 employees. Plans are now made and
factory buildings will be commenced and pushed to completion as
soon as possible.
EAST MOLINE COMPANY,
Bt C. II. Pope, President.
The Following Letters
L-.vEi.nt, Ohio, Jen? 1".
Kast JfnUM ConrAKT, Monte, In. -ii ri
flemen: We fpent tha great 't pat of ftltlays
during the pant winter with beadiinarters at
Chicago, vli-ltlra- town within a radms of SCO
mile, which weic asekiBg to lorate man';facttir
We received a lat;r number of propositions
tram board of trade, lard associations. Individ
ual, etc., mnch more favorable In the way of
bonuaanil cah inducements than onr arrange
ment with yon.
We decided to lorate In Eaet Moline because or
your favorable positloi In relation to oar mar
ket, your remarkable combination of Trunk
rail line and Mississippi liver, your proximity to
the Hennepin canal now bjldin( nnl tho te
snltwt advantarcs thereof, the cheapness of
fuel, the water supply, the facility of blrng
ski' led nicchastcs, tbe,.beauty and health of the
location, the existing sncccsafal industries, etc.,
We believe there elements will contribute
largely to the success of our business and enable
us to meet competition end get onr share of the
trade. We have therefore located w ith you and
we take plewure In endorsing East Molina as In
onr judgment the model manufacturing location
of the Mississippi valley. Wa bava re command
ed it very strong y to oar friends, and shall con
tinue to do eo. Success and long Ufa to Bast
We shall commence work as soon as our build
ings are completed, and machtaery can be placed,
with capacity for 100 employes. Your very
Westers Tnriso Comiust,
By-FnEO H. Bros,"
"lit J. MlTTMMB."
OrricE Rem.ocu Ma. iiise Tool To.. )
Clcve and, olio, Ju,y is, f
East Mouse Compact, Molixi, 111 Gentle
men: Tour favor duly received and noted
Our Mr. HchlrrinR was much pleased with the lo
cation ud out.ook for a nice and profitable bus
incse. Wa have been making; gis enunrs, bolt -cutters,
taps and die, pjvrar p'ao's for electiic
lighting and heating, etc. Tne demand for gas
and Jssoline engine is iacroiing eonstaatty.
and yonr location is very favorable for our basi
nesa and market. Wa siaU increase nurfscili
tles and output In oar new fn-tiry. and auticl
pate a large addition lo our business.
Our Mr. Schlrrlns; wi'l to west In few dai s to
look after the matter of buildings, and slve same
bis personal supervision. Will ship yon tha
sarnp'e bolt-cutter head In a few dais.
We have chosen the name Bast Moline Kngine
Tojl Co. for our new corporation, and upjn
moving will Incorporate under the laws of I.li
nois, with larger capital.
Hoping that we will not meet wlih any delays
la gettlns luto the new location, we remain.
Uiliabce Maciiei A Tool Co.,
By A. U. Mat, Sec and Trea.
Speak For Themselves:
MoMiomi, III , July S7, ism.
orrirE or tin Wcitt Plow Coxi-ast. Maxofic
ti iiers or Plows axd Otueb Fabm Machin
ist: EastMolihe Compaxt, Moline, Iils. Gen
tlemen: We have signed a contract wl'h your
com; any by the terms of which we agree at once
to prepare plans and specifications for a new and
modern up to date factory, with a capacity for Sou
employees, and to commence the erection of
buildings for this factory at East Moline. III., as
soon as plans can be gotten up and contracts be
properly let. The work on the new factory to be
pished to completion and the entire plant of the
Weir P:ow compiny. at Monmouth, Ills., with its
business la to be moved to East Moline, Ills., on
the completion of the buildings.
After a cartful inveliRt cn cf the subject,
having visited several other manufacturing local
ities and bavins rcci ir.d variois fav.irab'e prop
ositions from dUeretit quarters, we bavc seeded
your location at East Moline, for the reason that
wc believe your place off. -re the greatest numixr
of advantage j for tne manalncturing of plows,
cn'tivators, corn planters, d sc barrows, stalk
cutters, and a general line of agrictltar! imple
ments. Our decl-lnn la srrlred at purely from a
Among the prominent fettnres which have In
fluenced us to go to East Moline rcay be mentioned :
First. An abnidant supplybf desirable laor,
(killed In bulldine goods we manufacture, there
bciog rew within a ridins of four miles, four
larae plow factories, be; l ies some twenty o4l
other kindred Industries cf long standing, who
will be our nclghb rs.
Second. A lactic supply of tho best soft
water for boilers and other manufaduring- pur
poses, from the Mississippi ilver.
Third. Cheap fuel, coal mines being located
wilbin assort distmce or the factory site.
fourth. Malltab'e Iron Wo-k. steel and iron
roiling mill, a mttil whtel works, anda.arjie
machine works, of locg standing wi h whom we
htva dote business, to farnUh special machines
used in our works, almost at our door.
Fifth. Three trunk lines of railroads, viz:
Chicago, Burlington & yuincy, Chicago, Rock
Island Pacific and Ch'.cao. Milwaukee A St.
Paul with a complete system of switching and
termital facilities to and fioro onr works, with
Union pssseafcrdep-tt and .'right depots near at
band. The plat of JO acres c f gronnd assigned to
ns lies between two of 'be above naired railrcads.
Sixth. Superior trar.sportntton facilities and
favorable freight ra'ee by rail ai.d river; a steam
boat landing on the Mississippi river within
half a mile.
Seventh. A healthful local on, comprising a
valley for our factory and residences both In the
valley and on tbe bins' near by.
With our enlarged facilities and w'th the ener
getic pnshing that we will give to onr business,
tbe people connected with our factory and others
who will naturally be craws where we go, will
make a considerable tews by theme elves.
Wishing" yon success in your enterprise, we
remain, yours truly. Weib Plow Crmr-Astr.
By Html Kusoaax, President.
Weib Plow Cohtaxt,
By C. A. Jaausob, Secretary.
BY THE HENNEPIN.
stacceaa of the Milan M. K. Church Kxeur
Milan, An;. 3. The excursion
given under the auspices of tbe M.
E. church Thursday was a complete
success. The steamer George M.
Waters and barge were chartered,
and about three hundred Milan peo
ple took advantage of the opportu
nity to visit Muscatine. The steam
er left the Milan dock at 8:30 o'clock,
and after passing through the canal
the Mississippi was reached and the
boat passed in full view of Buffalo,
and after a stop at Andalusia for
about fifty Hoplc, the boat spcJ on
her way, passing Kairport and other
small towns. The banks of the river
were lined with shanty boats and
camps, and loud huzzas and a wild
waving of handkerchiefs followed.
Dinner was spread at about 12 o'clock,
and all hands turned in to do justice
to the bill of fare, which included
spring chicken, apple pie, cheese,
sandwiches, cake and other eatables
too numerous to mention. Musca
tine was sighted about the latter
part of the dinner hour and a- land
ing made at 1 o'clock. Editor Ma
bin, of the Evening Journal, in be
half of the mayor of the city, made
a neat little speech in which he wel
comed the visitors to their city end
gave out 200 street car checks for
the convenience of the visitors.
Among the places visited were the
city park, the bridge, the Pickle bot
tling works and other points of in
terest. 1 he boat left Muscatine at
2:30 o'clock for the return trip.
After landing the Andalusia ex
cursionists, the boat resumed her
way and soon reached the canal.
Much time was lost on account of
double lockage being necessary in
tne canal, but in a little while Milan
was reached, .aud the people who
staid at home had gathered on tbe
dock to welcome the excursion
ists. It was 8:3i) o'clock when Milan
was reached, the ride from lock 3U to
Milan being in the moonlight. The
Light Guard band, of Moline, dis
coursed pleasant strains at short in
tervals along the route, and all
seemed well pleased with the music.
The church made about 100 clear.
and also had the bene lit of knowning
that it was the most successful ex
cursion ever given from Milan, and
it will take a dandy to beat it. No
accidents occurred on the boat, but
it was thought for a while that a
son of Mr. Martin, of Dig island, had
been left at Muscatine, but he was
found to be examining the workings
of the boat, and had no idea of the
trouble he was causing.
Note of the ICicnrslon.
The band was very generous with
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Metlill, of
Look 3G, accompanied the excursion.
All would have enjoyed a longer
stav in Muscatine, but time would
not allow it.
No one was sea sick as far as
known, but the Mississippi river is
not an v too clean.
Will Johnson, Joe Kitzpatrick, L.
Martin and Al Vandruff were looking
after the refreshment stands.
The Misses Peterson and George Set
tle, Fred Honens and George Johnson
favored the excursionists with some
very tine singing on the return trip.
Kev. fc.. 11. Alfonl bad a pleasant
time. Several of the voung ladies
hid some purchases he had made in
Muscatine, and everybody had a big
time unuing tbem.
Samuel Baker's condition is not
changed vorv much, but there are
hopes for his rccoverv.
Mrs. William Tcnges has been sick.
but Dr. 11. J. Huyctt, the attending
physician, reports her as doing well
Mrs. l)a,vid Walsh, of Black Hawk,
left Friday morning for a week's
visit with friends aud relatives in
Henry Bloomfield, the hustling
carpenter, has been laid up for about
two weeks, tne result of an aectdent
while working at the new school
bouse near the sand hill east of
Mrs. Charles Crambeck, wife of
Charles Crambeck, formerly of Milan,
wiitie visiting her sister in Chicago,
took sick, and died at her home in
Davenport. Interment was made
ihe steamer George si. waters
brought an excursion up the canal
Wednesday from Lyons. Fulton, Le
Claire and other Mississippi river
towns auove nocK isiana, ana an
were well pleased with the trip.
Henry Simmerlach, who was bit
ten by a rattlesnake while mowing
weeds on the canal, is reported to be
getting along nieely. The canal
banks seem to be infested with
snakes, as only a few days before he
killed a rattler'with 12 rattles on.
A tea party was held at the resi
dence of F. H. Caldwefl. Friday, in
honor of Miss Magoie IiofTman of
Peru, 111., who is visiting relatives in
Milan and vicinity. After the party
music, both vocal, and instrumental
was thcrorder of the day, and all re
port a pleasaoit time.
The two dump barges which were
built at Lyons for use on the ranal
at this end of the line have arrived
at Lock 37. They arc to be used
above the dams in the slack water.
The barges are built of the best of
oak and are 70 feet long, 18 feet
wide and 5 feet deep. They are
made to receive the dumpings of the
dredger, and are unloaded by raising
the side gates. River men say they
are the best of the kind ever seen on
the Mississippi, as they are built un
usually strong. The tender is well
. . .4 J 1 1 '
uuuci sai iuu wiai reauy ueiore
James Taylor.of Taylof Ridge, was
in Milan Thursday "and favored us
with a pleasant call, and also re
lated his early experiences. He
came to Illinois in 1842 and worked
at his trade of tailoring for a few
months, after which he pre-empted a
claim nearly three and a half miles
west of Milan on Hock river bottoms,
where he erected a log house. In
June. 1814. he witnessed the worst
storm he has ever seen before or
since. The roof of hi3 hoose was
blown off. and in attempting to get
out of danger w ith his 2-year old
chiU the wind swept him" ncarlv
three-fourths of a mile. In the fall
of the same year he removed to
Edgington township, where he re
sides at present. At one time Mr.
Taylor was the owner of l.COO acres
of land, which he disposed of to his
children with tho exC-option f S20
acres purchased iu 189J by D. T.
Robertson. He was assessor of Edg
ington township for 17 years and
supervisor six years, four years of
which he was chairman. 11c has
been a reader of Tue A kg is ever
since the first edition appeared.
Mr. Taylor is now 81 years old and
reads Thk Ai:;vs without glasses,
although his hearing is a little im
paired. He is as active as some men
are at the age of 40.
At Trinitv chapel. Rev. K. F.
Sweet, rector, even song and Sunday
school at 2:30 p. ru.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector. Sunday school at
9:t5 a. m. Matins at 10:4o a. m.
Even song at 7:30 p. ru.
At the First Methodist, Rev. S.
P. Archer of Reynolds will preach at
10:45 a. ni. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Young people's
meeting at 6:45 p. m.
At the Swedish Baptist church.
corner Twenty-first street and Fifth
avenue. Rev. A. Lngvnjiiist. pastor.
bunday school at il:oU a. ru. Preach
ing 11a. m. and 7:30 p. ru. Prayer
meotiug Thursday, bp. m.
At the Central Presbyterian, at the
morning service, at 10:45, sermon bv
Rev. W. S. Marquis. In the evening
the congregation is invited to join in
the union service in the United Pres
byterian church. Sermon by Rev.
Ira W. Allen, Jr., on the "Glory of
At the Immamial Baptist, Fortv
fourth street, Rev. W. II. Stickel,
pastor, will preach at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:45 p. 'mi. Morning subject,
'The Doctrine of the Cross of Jesus
Christ Offensive to Unregenerate
Mind." Evening, Come." Sunday
school at 3 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor, ser
mon by Rev. Ira W. Allen, Jr., at
1035 a. m. on (Jod is a Spirit." In
the evening the pastor will preach
on "The Plague of Fiery Serpents."
Sunday school at 9:15 a. ni. Young
people s meeting at 0:45 p. in.
At the United Presbyterian, preach
ing at 10:45 a. m. bv the pastor.
Rev. II. C. Marshall", followed by
the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
Union services in the evening at 7:45.
sermon by Rev! Ira W. Allen, pastor
of Central Presbyterian church.
Sunday school at 930 a. m. Youni?
people's meeting at 7 p. m.
At the First Baptist, prcachinir in
the morning by the pastor. Rev. C. K.
layior, ru. u.. at 10:45. Subject.
Lord, is it 1?" Sunday school at
9:30 a. m., George H. Kingsbury,
superintendent, it. Y. P. U. meet
ing at 6:45 p. m. Topic, -Echoes
from Baltimore." I-eadcr, Carlton
(. Taylor Roll-call with -responses.
In the evening the congregation w ill
join in the union service at the
United Presbyterian church. Preach
ing by Rev. Ira W. Allen, Jr.
At:g. 19 to 24 the C , K. I. & P.
railway w ill sell roitud trip tickets
to Boston via all routes at singb
fare. Personally conducted excur
sion train through to Boston will
leave' the tri-citics Saturday, Aug.
24. Return tickets will be honored
until Oct. 6 on any one of the six fast
express trains running daily between
Chicago and the tri-cities. " For full
information call at a:iy C, R. I. & P.
ticket office, or address
John Seiiastiax, G. P. A..
L. M. Allen, Gen'l Agent,
Take tha Hie Four Iiouto to tha Knights
Boston, Mass., Aug. 25-31 one
fare for the round trip magnificent
sleeping car service, elegant dining
cars tickets good going Aug. ltf to
25th. good returning until Sept. 10.
with privilege of extension until
For full particulars call on the
agent of the Big Four route, or ad
dress D. B. Mautik.
Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
E. O. McCormick,
Pass. Tratlic Mgr., Cincinnati.
Ulad Tidings to Asthma SSaflerrrx.
Law son Elvidge, of Harrington,
III., states he was cured of chronic
asthma of long standing by Foley's
Honey and Tar. It gives" positive
relief in all cases of asthma, so that
this disease, when not completely
cured, is robbed of all its terrors by
this preat remedy. No sufferer
should be without it 50cents. Take
no substitute. Sold at M. F. Bahn
sen's drug store'
Vtlnl flic: -Ur:
Dr. Williams' Indian Tile OiUmnt will c ire
blind blcediDF. nlctritcd ant Itching piles. It
absorbs tbe to mors, allsye tbe itching at once,
acts as a ooa'tice. gives In-tant relief. Er. Wil
liams I sdlarj Pile ointiLCDt is prepared enly tot
pi'.cs sxd itching or the trrivate parts, and sotbirt;
Is. Kvery box is guaranteed. Bold by drus
gis, strit by mail, fjcirceitsarid (I per box.
Williams Vaaafactaring company. Proprietors.
Cleveland, Ch-o. Sold by T. U. Tboma.
Trip to reoria Aug.. C. $1.50.
First oysters of the season at the
Take aivantage of the excursion
to Peoria Sunday. Fare $1.50.
C. C. Newburg hag tine camping
grounas lor rent east of the Tower.
The Rock Island route will sell
yon round trip tickets to Boston
Aug. 19 to 24 for $23.95.
Everything fresh and cheap at
Murphy & Smith's cash grocery,
corner of Third avenue and Tenth
street. (Jive them a call.
All Woodmen are requested to at
tend tho funeral of Joseph Allen, of
Rural township, at St. Joseph's
church tomorrow at 11:30 a. ni.
For first-class dyeing, scouring and
chemical cleaning, see William
Blast-like, steam dver and cleaner,
formerly of Chicago, at 1112 Fourth
A pleasure craft resembling D. Roy
Bowlby's Luerctia" somewhat has
been purchased by Phil " Mitchell
Frank Mixtcr and" Ed Denkmann
The launch arrived today.
Remember the excursion to Peo
ria Aug. C. given under the auspices
oi the lemplc Ktiililers of the Chris
tian church, rare for round trip
$1.50, the proceeds to go to increase
the Iiiutl now being raised toward
building a new church.
H. J. Lowrcv, who has Lojn rcceiv
ing medical treatment at the Harper
for some weeks, was strong enough
yesterday to be conveyed to the Har
per homestead on Eighteenth street
accompanied by his family. It is to
ne hoped his improvement win con
There will bo an ice crcain socia
ble at the residence of John Aster, at
the head of Twentieth street Tues
day eveaing. Aug. i, for the bent Ik
of fct. Anthony's hospital. Coffee
and sandwiches will also be served
during the evening. Let everyone
come and ucip a good cause.
According to Observer Walz's sum
niary we had during tho month of
July a mean temperature of 73: the
highest being 9b on the 7th, and the
lowest 53 on the 9th. The total pre
cipitation was 5.1G inches, and the
number of uavs in which there was
01 inch or more of precipitation 12.
There were but five actually clear
days during the month; 20 partly
cloudy and 6 cloudy days. There
were is thunderstorms during the
Everywhere We .o
Wo find some one who has -been
cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and
people on all hands arc praising this
great meuicinc lor wnai il has done
for them and their friends. Taken
in time Hood's Sarsaparilla prevents
serious iiincss ov Keeping the blood
pure and all the organs in a healthy
condition. It is the rrrcat blood nur-
Hood's Pills become the favorite
cathartic with everyone who tries
them 25 eents per box.
Children Cry for
Pitcher'9 Castor. a.
-i taV Si m ssav- t. -
, SOL3 ONLY IN 2 LB. PACKAGES.
VITALITY and ENERGY
CBPBND UPON THE FOOD YOU EAT.
I "SOLD BV ALU GROCEr.8.
Also all kiu'ls of repair
ing done on fur goods
1605 Second Avenue,
Gloves and Furs
Made to Order.
If. S. Hoi brooks
Is the place
To buy your
W. S. HOL BROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second street
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
YOU CAN ALWAYS Mason's
GET THK LATEST STYLES AT
See the ball bearing and rubber tire wheels on vehicles
of all kinds.
Wc carry all grades in stock and personally warrant all
work sold cither of our own or other makes.
119 to 124 East Fourth street
tJ-CLVS CREAM OALN1 -rirhsr the Xa.al
SI'assairsw, Alia... Iui:i sud Inllnmiralimi. Ileal
M tin rr
Jt-tor-si 1ritf nncl Ntrvll,
(itves Kclist Hiuniii i'r a'oltt I
AT. "' U. A"?.;S.
Mc. l'mcjUts or by sad. t
'HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
111. iMIlh f Vdltltl' Illll -
Kt'l. KliUuks, shrunken ir
!!.i!ijm..Mis. I'ouaumiiUon, Iu
snl Orrnns, unuttiiia one
lis. stdriavB SiS).lOi
of ..-a. .it it . Kirnt
biw-k tli. sl.a aS lm
nati'mu I I'leil. ffl.oo
sr.d th BuarJ, AUmA
bj Hartz & Ullemcyer, Sul
Ettatccf John H. IH-lji-ns. Deceased.
The onlcrslixed havirjr btn anrxiirUd nlmlm
Islratnr of me estate of Jo-n M. l)tj n. laic of
tbe county of Hock Island, staia of llliaolf, dV
reasrd, hereby mv-t Dolice t:n: l.c will &j m r
Bvfore tlo mnn'j rouit if Rotk Island conn
tr, at the of.'.r j cf tha clerk of arid court. In
the cits of K'icli Island, at the o. filxr lrm. on
the f.rst Monday In I c!oher siat. at which
time ail persons having claims at'a.nst said es
tate are notified and reqarstad to atuud for the
purpose of bavine the same artjnsted.
A II perons Indebted to efd estate are reqaest
s-1 to make immediate payment to tha under
Signed. Dated this !' h darof Jnlr, A, D. 1V
RBItMAN DKTJK.NS. Administrator.
I'uliltratlou Not lee.
STATS OK ILLINOIS, i
Hock Isuid CuOMTr. I
lo the rlrclit ennrt, Setitetnhcr Urm, 1-vX.
Jorar Vc'Licnald vs. Anuiir KcUoaakl. In chan
cery Am lavil if nt n residT.ee of aith -r McDonald,
the Ikv defend. nt. harins; bn t led la iSiu
clerk's c ffiM of ih circuit court of said oouoty,
ii tf-e is ih?nr:r: hcreh viven the a!l tfin.
rcsidRt dueaiiiiit tint tlis comolainant S od her
bill of comola.iit in s.ld court, ca tbe ch mcvry
side Ihereiil. n Ihe Kith day f May. 1HS, and.
iQni tn.ienpoa a summons issued o.t or said
ecort, wherein said snit t now pi n ins re'arna
ble ontne first Mmday lo the month of bepteav
h r next. ais by Isw reqeired. Nw. unls.yon.
the said nnn-n-sident defendant aiiovc named,
Arthur McDonald, shall personally be and
apnear befoia the raid clrcnit court on the first
day of ibe next term thereof, tone boMea at K"ck
Island In anl for the said connty oa Ibe first
vond-y in S. .temlHrr next, and pVvl. answer or
d.mur to the said complainast's bill of cam plaint,
the same and the niaiivra and thins t'lenln
charred at.d it tte l will be taken as confessed,
and a decr entrrsi aaiust you aceordlaisr to
tie pra7r of said hill.
GEOROB W, OAXBlS, Clerk.
Ca el Ki-znu OjmjIa'nMH's Sol.cilor.
Itork I-ltnd.' III.. July si, 18 jj.
af slobestee. Kaarltah
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Atcsnlts vf tiMUncaa,
CUKES 110V T. RHEUMATISM
IOnt 1C01. Cl'HKD. Gt'ARAKTCAD SliSO-
tutclv the lit'ion arih-
Tv.lliuinlal rrw. ill.'liljr rndorsud i'jdor
tr. ricfrr M Hon Henry Carsc, cx-maior uf
Hock Island. Wrilr tl i jr.
SWANSON KIIEI MATIC CI UK CII.
K'.J Isi-arliorn St , Chlra;'.
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