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THE ARGUS, THUIISDAV. SEPTEMBER 2r3W. "-
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WILSON ON JOB;
SAME OLD STORY
Christy Goes Farther than Har
din in Tying Prodigals
in Knots '
THREE HITS THEIR PORTION
Meantime Spencer Takes 'Humps ami
the Final Count Is 5 to Zero
Dubuque at Rock Island.
Davenport at Cedar-Rapids.
Peoria at Decatur.
Blooinington at Springfield.
My, oh my. but it is becoming hanl
work to write about the way the Isl
anders take Davenport to their daily
trimming, not that there is not som3
thing doing each day worthy of notice,
but that it is getting to be the same
old story. George Hardin made the
Prodigals look like GO cents in th?
game Tuesday and Christy Wilson got
on the job yesterday and made them
look even, cheaper. Christy allowed
the Pretzels just three measly his
and with one exception they never
even had a chance of scoring. The re
sult was that Davenport was the losei
in a 5 to 0 game. .
Sienccr-td the twirling; for Daven
port and it must be admitted that he
heaved a nice game.. He wa up
against too big a task, however, and
his downfall was certain atfer the very
first inning, although no runs weiv
made off him until the eighth round
The Islanders had simply failed to go:
into gear up to that time, but they
went after the game and clinched t
hi the eighth inning. Between tl;
seventh and the eighth they rethvJ
to a secluded spot under the grarJ
stand and donned their batting ail
scoring clothes and when they can:.'
out on the field again they soon h i
matters in their own hands.
Murphy, an I'xual.
If any man is thoroughly hated -v
the few Davenporters who are atteil
ing the games since Tuesday it :o
Frank Muiphy. and we will have o
confess with a blush or shame t it
Frank deserves their Ire. He ad' 'J
to his already long list of crimes )'
! coming up in the next to last roid
and swatting a three sacker after '"il
son had reached first on a base- on
balls. There was only one down w,cn
this happened, so Frank got hin.-elf
deeper in the mire by coining 1 m3
when Berger drove a fly out to Oh nd.
Two scores satisfied the coring
champs in the eighth round, but ..tck
Tiglio derided that it would look .let
ter to the fans over here if the "am
rubbed it in a little on the Prod.als.
so the boys came out in the nintluml
three more men were sent ovei the
Hlln nail Krrora Mixrd.
Swacinn opened the lastuunii;: bv
skying out to left field and thei. fol
lowed a mixture of hits bv the h.in-l-ers
and errors by the Prodigals viich
broke the hearts of the Davenptttcrs
who still remained in the park. Me
la ide started the music by politic on
over second base end Kelley foll wd
with a two sacker which brought Mc
home. Kell going to third on the tirow
to the plate. Wise delivered the pads
with a long fly to Ohland which al
lowed the fast Inlander on thirl o
romper home after it was ca;-h.
The bases were cleaned then au it
lookel like it was all over, but one
more the muic started with S;;rks
hit over first. Wilson drove oi, to
MeGrew and Teddy muffed it in a most
comical manner and then thr v to
first in a vain attempt to get Christy
anyway. Harmouth who had been
moved to first base in the sixth liming
was not expecting the throw and ;i
got away from him with the rfs?ui:
that Stark moved to third. Then Mur
phy drove one to third and Itei'z wen
MeGrew one better by letting the ball
set clear through him and Cla'id
lomjied home with the lasfriui. Th
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. II. p. . i-
Murphy, cf 5 1 ? 1 n o
Rergcr. ss 3 0 l 1 ;; r
Mcloan. rf 3 0 0 0 n
bwacina, lb t 0
McBride. If 4 1
Kelley, -Jb . .3
Wise, 2b 3
Stark, c 4
Wilson, p ..3
Total 32 3 S 27
DA VEX PORT. AB. R. H. P.
MeGrew, 2b 4 0 0 n
Harmouth, 3b, lb
4 0 0 1
1 o o ::
3 0 0 2
2 0 0 13
10 0 0
Irby. If ......... ....3
Shaffer, lb 2
Reitz. 3b 1
Edwards, c 3
Spencer, p 3
Total 2S 0
27 10 4
Rock It-land 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Two base hit Kelly. Three base
A cough, just a little cougb. It may not
amount to much. Or, it may amount to
everything! Some keep coughing until the
lung tissues are seriously injured. Other
stop their cough with Ayer's Cherry pec.
lorai. &oia for seventy years. How
long have you known it?
i .Muiphy." Sacrifice hits Merger.
(2), Wise-. Kelley. Stolen base
Ohland. Double play Wilson to Bei
ger to Swaciua. Bases on balls Olf
Wilson. :i; off Spencer. 1. Wild pitcu
Wilsoa. Bac on dead ball Mtloau.
Struck 0,,t B-v WilHon, 4; bypencei,
i Time of game 1:40. Umpires
Earl and Clark. . .
Ilfut IViirlitnM Tir.
i;ho"iiBton, III., Sept. 2. Bloaiulng
ton ieok a sensational double header
Ixoiu Peoria. Roudebusii won the sec
ond pimo, 4. to 3,. In tiie ninth inning
with great home run. . Score of.fim
game: ---- . -
Collin". f . . . .i . .
KoiMlcbush, 2b . .
Royir, p ...
R. II. P. A.K.
. 0 ! 1 ; 0 0. '0
.1 2 1 0.1
Bill z. rf
.5 13 27 10 1
R. H. P. A; 12.
.0 0; 1 J, 0
.0 1 7 3 2
.0 0 3 3 0
Total 0 5 24 11 A
IVQria '. . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Stolen base Snyder. Two base
liits Keenan. Snyder. CuthberL Bass
on balls Off Hovlik. 1. Struck out
By Royer. C: by Hovlik. C. Hit bv
jitcher Erwln. Umpire Walsh.
Bioomington ..0002 1 00014 5 1
Peoria 010200 0003 G 2
Batteries Clarke, Royer and Smith;
Gilbert, Hovlik and Higglns.
ITabbltM -Win; O, Joy.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa, Sept. 2. The
locals bunched hits and won, 0 to 2.
Cooley, 2b ......
R. II. P. A.K.
. .0 0 c
. .0 2
. .0 ( .'
Rob re r, c
..0 0 11 0'
..0 10 27 10 J
R. II. P. A. E-!
. .0 0 0 0 0
Ahi iug, 2b .....
White, c ........
Fabcr, p ....
. .0 1 1
. .0 0 7
n o o o
.0 0 .1 0 1
..0 T 12
. .0 1 0
Total 2 G 24 14 7
Cedar Rapids 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0-' 0
Dubuque 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 02
Two base hits Saillard. Chase.
Backoff. Ahring. Struck out By Ko
pecky. 1; by Faber, 13. Bases on balls
Off Kopecky, 7;. off Faber, 1. Passed
hall Ro'uer. Umpire McKcnzic.
Illantr All va Callahan.
Springfield. III., Sept. . 2. Callahau
misjudged McNaniara's fly in 1I1.2
eighth Inning with two down and three
men scored, Decatur winning, 4 to 2.
SPRINGFIELD. R. II. P. A. E.
Callahan cf 0 1 2 0
Cosgrove, r 0 1 0 0 0
Johnson, c 0 1 3 4 0
Metz. lb 0 1
U Bell, 2b 1 0
St reefer. If 1 3
McGuirc, 3b 0
R. Bell, p 0 0 0
Total 2 7 27 13 1
DECATUR. R. H. P. A. E
Barkwell, 3b 0 1 1 1 1
Jenkins, rr 0 1 1 0 0
Burns, 2b 11 5 4 0
Cook, ss 1 1 2 I 0
Cote, cf 1 1 3 1 1
Foster, lb 1 3 9
IcXamara, c 0 1 4
Coombs, If 0 0 0 0
Bcnz, p 0 10C
, Total I 10 25 13 2
vMcGulre out for bunting on the
hird strike. xBlausser out for cutting
Springfield "...00020000 02
Decatur 00010003 04
Three base hit McXamara. Two
ase hits Burns, Foster, Bcnz, Cook.
Stolen bases Callahan (2). Cosgrove,
roster,-. Coombs. Bases on balls Olf
Bell, 5; off Benz, 3. Struck out By
Senz. 4 ; by Bell. 5. Hit by pitcher
t. .Bell. Double plays Beil to Mc
juire; Streeter to Blausser; Blausser
'unassisted.) Umpires Loomls and
Spencer got one of those three hit3
esterday and this was the real feature
rt the game.
The Islanders were lightning fast
n the field and on the bases, and
hey showed themselves superior to
'.he Davenport aggregation in every
department of the game.
Ohland made a feature catch of
Berger's long fly which closed the
game. It looked good for a three
;acker to the back fence, but the
fast Davenport outfielder managed tc
pull it down after a long. hard chase
Pa Shaffer was r-o " addled when
Christy Wilson . slipped two strikes
vor while lie wasn't looking that he
ooit himself out of thrt game. Onei
Christy got him while he was hiking I
TQUAKE ITA CINCH
What Islanders Would Have to
Do In Emergency to '
BUT IT IS NOT LIKELY
Should We Take Only One-third and
' Ht'hators Win Two-Iiiils V
. AVonld NtiH Beat Tlicui. v
i Many are wondering just what
chance there is for Springfield or Dav
enport to beat Rock Island out of th-3
pennant this season. Thare is such n
chance, though It Is pretty slim. There
are .24 games yet to play. Should
Rook Island win but 8 and lost 10 an 1
Springfield win 1C and lose 8 we would
still have a slight lead with S3 woi;
and 50 lobt against SO won and 53 lost
by. Springfield. Davenport is practi
cally two games below Springfield, so
that the Prodigals would have to win
18 and lose only C to be on practically
even terms with the 'islanders should
the latter lose two out of three in tin
T Make II Sure.
To make U absolutely sure Rock
Island must win 1C out of the 24, and
this would land v.s ahead, even .f
Springfield should win every game. To
put Davenport ahead the latter would
be forced to win all its games while
Rock Island lost 11. Every game wo'i
by the Islanders Increases the diffi
culty of beating them out in growing
NO BALL GAME TODAY;
RAIN BALKS CONTEST
Manager Shaffer of the Davenport
ball team' telephoned to Manager
Tighe this afternoon that the game foi
today had been called off on account
of the rain.
his trousers and the other time he
turned to argue with the umpire when
the Rock Island twiilcr tossed a strike
Kelley performed his usual stunt
of doing something thought impos
sible, when In the second inning he
raced over towards the players bench
and pulled down a foul ball which
it was thought would hit the ground
before anyone was half way to it.
We have remarked before, however,
about a streak of chain lightning
which covers our third base and we
merely wish to ay that the lightning
was on the job yesterday.
Wonder whom Pa Shaffer consid
ers the most .formidable of the Is
lander twirlers. Is it Wilson, with
his long string of victories for the
past o years, or Hardin, with hi
record so far this year, or is it La
kaff with his record of three games
in one week and his two home runs.
And when it conies right down to it.
bet a farm he hates to see Bill Xeal
go to the slab. Poor Pa. not much
of a choice anywhere as to pitchers.
Wise :uade a catch in the third
inning that ought to go down in his
tory. He picked a liner off the top
of the grass with his oare hand while
running at full speed towards left
field. He leaned over so far in get
ting to the ball, that he had to run
about 20 feet before he could re
cover his balance and the white LhII
glistened in his bare hand all that
time and appeared to be glued there.
Even the Davenport fans were com
pelled to pay tribute to the pretty
LINE O' DOPE
Sam Kennedy, scout for the Phila
delphia Americans is touring the
Game postponed at Cleveland yes
terday on account of cold weather.
What do you know about 4,hat?
Joe Burg. Petie's brother, and who
was not good enough for Springfield
a couple of seasons back, has been
drafted from Burlington by Detroit.
The 'Islander management has seen
to it that 1he team does not have''o
tnake the long, tiresome trip to the
Davenport ball park in the old hack
which was formerly, used and which
practically ren.lered tho boys unfit lo
play good ball. Automobiles have been
used. The players leave here at 2:1 j
ard still get over in plenty of tiim;
for the preliminary practice.
Among the former Three-Eye leag
uers 'who go higher by dra,ft Roc;;
Island Is Interested In no one more
than In Pete Lister of this city. Pete
has been playing a star game with
Willianuiport, covering first with a
fielding average of .990 in IOC games
and hitting at a clip of .330. He has
been drafted by Detroit, , Another for
mer Islanders who goes tfp Is Johnny
Wanner, sold by Hartford to the Xew
Monte McFarland, formerly a player
and umpire in; the Three-Eye league,
has been appointed by President M. H.
Sexton to fill the vacancy caused by
the resignation of J. H. Malicoat. The
new umps is well known In the circuit.
President Sexton bus assigned him to
impire at Springfield until tho Fehed
ile calla f.r u change. ; Ii a safo to
say that If he gets away there he will
be acceptable throughout the rest of
the league. , :
In the list of players drafted by the
major leagues but four are taken fro'n
Uie Three-Eye. They are Xctzel jl
Peoria to Cleveland, Hauser of Du
buque to St. Louis Xatjonais, Rohrer
of Cedar Rapids to Chicago White Sox
and Xunamaker cf Dubuque to tho Cbl
(ago Nationals. The last named is the
property of Lincoln and was reported
sold to Cincinnati. The drafting sea
son does not close till Sept. 15 aud It
1& likely that a pumber of others wili
be taken in that time. . Then comes
the chance of tho Class A clubs for 15
days more. The Three-Eye will very
likely be drawn upon more heavily by
the Class A clubs than by the majors.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
W. L, Pet.
Rock Island 75 40 .652
Springfield ... .... ...C4 47 .577
Davenport .... .......... C5 50 .505
Bloomington GO 55 .522
Peoria ... 57 5C .504
Decatur 54 59 .478
Dubuuqe 50 G3 .442
Cedar Rapids 30 S3 .201
W. L. Pet.
Pittsburg 80 32 .729
Chicago 80 38 .C7S
New York ......70 4G .003
Cincinnati 01 50 .321
Philadelphia 50 C3 .471
St. Louis .43 73 .381
Brooklyn .... .41 77 .347
Boston ...32 80 .271
W. L. Pet.
Detroit ... 78 43 .043
Philadelphia ... 74 48 .007
Boston ..... '. 73 51 .5S9
Chicago ." 01 00 .504
Cleveland , 02 01 ,504
Xew York . ..54 00 .430
St. Louis .51 OS .429
Washington -. 33 89 .270
W. I Pet.
Milwaukee 77 59 .500
Minneapolis 1 70 C2 .551
Louisville 70 00 .515
St. Paul GG 71 .4S2
Columbus ... CO 71 .482
Indianapolis 03 73. .471
Kansas City 03 72 .407
Toledo 04 73 .407
IIKJil l.TS YKSTKKWAY.
Davenport, 0; Rock Island, 5.
Bloomington, 5-4; Peoria, 0-3.
Springfield. 2; Decatur, 4.
Cedar Rapids, G; Dubuque, 2.
Chicago, C; Philadelphia, 2 (called in
eighth to allow visitors to cutch train).
Detroit, 5; Boston. 4 (11 innings). .
St. Louis. 7; Washington, G.
Cleveland-New York, cold . weather.
Brooklyn.. C; Chlcagd, 12.
New York. 9; St. Louis. 0.
Philadelphia. G-4; Cincinnati, 7-9.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. '
Toledo, 0; Louisville, 1.
St. Paul, 7; Milwaukee, 3.
Columbus, 10; Indianapolis, 4.
Dayton. 2; South Bend. 3.
Fort Wayne. 2; Grand Rapids, 3.
Zanesville, 7; Evansville, 2.
Wheeling. 2-3; Terre Haute, 0-10.
, CENTRAL ASSOCIATION.
Burlington, 0; Kewanee, 4.
Keokuk, 8; Quincy, 3. "
Ottumwa, 1; Jacksonville, 0.
Hannibal, 0; Waterloo, 8. -WISCONSIN
! LLIXOI S I J3AG UE.
FreejKirt, 4? Racine, 3.
Madison, 4; Rockford. 3.
Appleton. 5; Oshkosh, 9.
Topeka, G; Omaha, 5.
Pueblo, 8; Lincoln, 7 (10 innings).
W0LGAST FAILS TO
PUT MURPHY OUT
Shirty Lightweights Go Six Mashing
Rounds at I'ittstnu-K Club
Pittsburg, Sept. 2. "Harlem Tom
my' .Murphy and Ad Wolgast boxct
to a draw in their six-round go at the
National Sporting club here lasi
night. For three rounds Wolgast
drove Murphy hard, but the shiftj
easterner, with splendid foot work
drilled back at every opporlunitj
and made a splendid Fhow at in
fighting. Both men were fast, bu;
when the gong tapped for the thin
round Wolgast appeared tired. Mur
phy then began leading, and before
the round was half over he had Wol
gast swinging wildly.
Murphy hit Wolgast seemingly at
will, but his blows lacked steam. He
led mainly for the head until Ad
began swinging wildly. ' Tommy then
got under and, drilled for the body.
Clinches vers frequent, both men
fighting sava.v ly. In the fifth round
Wolgast appeared more tired. Mur
phy also showed signs of weariness,
but he kept up a tattoo, harmless
enough in effect but clever enough to
win htm enthusiastic applause.
A big crowd witnessed the go.
Wolgust's reruiation as having out
fougftt. Battling Nelson led the fol
lowers of th-? ; game to expect a
knockout. - They were sadly disap
pomtfcd whew their expectations were
not gratified. V " ..' '
Major Leagues Draft 114 Men
'on 'Opening Day of Sea&oii,
Cubs Taking. 21.
FOUR FROM THE THREE-EYE;
Rohrer, C'eda- Rapids. XWwI, Peoria,
mid Hauser ami Vuiuunakei, f
' f Duo )ii-. " .
Cincinnati, Sept.. 2. Minor league
ball clubs were riddled yesterday as
never before in the history of the or
ganized pastime when magnates from
all clubs in the National and American
leagues .gathered round for the annu il
draft festival. Practically every bud-
,i ; t. , 1 . 1. 11 . ... . .,
ujug mar 111 inv; ouiauer circuilj IC1I
into the net. eac'i of the maior bodies
corralling 57 athletes. , President Mur
phy or the champion Cubs led in th
man hunt, bagging 21 youngsters.
Comiskey trapped an even dozen for
ihe White Sox.
Action' galore marked the Droaress
of the meeting, although none of tho
uns ueveiopea any real bitterness.
While, the chamnion Cubs will draw
the heaviest list of recruits through
the draft medium, all the ether clubs
have reached after promising talent.
In the National league the allotments
arc: Brooklyn, 13; Pittsburg, 0; St.
Louis, 3; Xew York, 4; Boston, 4;
Philadelphia, 3; Cincinnati, L Cleve
land like the White Sox gets 12; De
troit, 10; Philadelphia. 9; St. Louis, 7;
Boston, 4. and Xew York, 3. The list
is as follows:
Amrrlrau l.rnsme. " .
By Philadelphia From Kansas City,
Hetling; Zanesville, Wares; Utica,
Robertaille; Augusta, Harnsber;
Charlotte, Gorman; Marion, Staley-;
Evansville, Butcher; Oshkosh, Coates;
New York From Richmond, Re
velle; Portsmouth; Va., Clunn; Fort
. By Boston From Xafdiville, Tonmv
niann; Haverhill, Boardmau - and
Briggs; York, Perry.
By Detroit From San Francisco,
Browning; Jersey City. Foster; Ve
non. Cal., Vance: Montreal, Savage;
Wilkesbarrc, Bille; Wilkesbarre c-r
Dinghamton, Kirk; Rochester. Sim
mons: Williamsport, Sister and Brit
ton; IouiFviile, Olsen.
By St. Louis Froln Superior, Strem
Siel; Monmouth, Williams; Saginaw,
Kusel; Stuebenville. Sehotten; Mc
Xeesport. McCrary; Enid, Alain:
Houston. Xewnian. v
By Ci-Jveland From' Toledo, Robin
son; Peoria. Netzel; Zanesville. Lloyd:
Akron. Murphy; Roanukc. Shaughnes
sy. Schmidt. Touthstone; Mansfield,
Flood. Smith: Savannah. Murch; Oak
land. Boice; Roanoke. Nuwton.
By Chicago Fiom New Orleans.
Raftcs; Burlington. Run:: Cedar
Raplds, Rohrer; Atlanta, McMurray: I
Roanoke. Ryan; Guthrie, Warring;
Des Moines. Kerner; New Bedford.
Owens; Spokane, Helm; Worcester
Shaw; Duluth, Schmirler.
nt!onal 1 .01 e nr.
By Brooklyn From Milwaukee.
Schneibcrg; Baltimore. Dcpsau; Buffa
o. Sch'lrni; Memphis, Daubert; Mobil.;,
Bittrolff; New Bedford, lirich; Okla
homa. McCormick; Waco.' Holmes;
Hannibal, Prout; Duluth. Mueller;
Bay City. Webster; Appleton, Brady
By Philadelphia From South Bend.
Walsh; East Liverpool.. McBride;
Grand Rapids. Humphries.
. By Pittsburg From Grand Rapids,
Webb; Brockton. Cutting; Omahi,
Fox; McKecsport. Elliott; Fayctte
ville. Dobson; Newark. Sharpe.
By Boston From . Providence.
Moran; Haverhill. Cooney; Lyon,
Conway; Albany. Woirgaug.
By St. Louis From Duluth, Marioa ;
- jimm tmm
"We'll Loan You the Mohey
Franks nATi-:r:cLi:L,xzjf :i
OEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY" NICHTS "
Sunday, Sept. 5, Matinee and Night?-
- ' j'--:-' - ,,-
V . 1 - Mann Prencnta Mis Dixie J; ;
and, Miss Crystal Vlzzard in Lem B., ;r
I'nrkvr's Drama tizut ton of Mary
J. Holmes' Famous Book, " '
TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE!
SKCO.VD ' SKASOX -OP PHEXOMENAt
, , ' SUCCESS.
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CoMtuuiCM. 3Vcv Eleetrlc. .. ;
' . . . Effcctn. ' . "'...."' V., ' -l'llH'ES
loo. 20c and 30c. " Phono'
west 224. " - r -
Monday, Sept. 6.
Matlare and .Mfclit. -
W. V. Mann Presents Lou Slreotor In
the Rural Play of Quality, '. ''
Meadow Brook Farm
lly L. C Parker.) ' i 'j.
A Story f thr Xrw llauipnhire Ililla
XnlurcV llt-ouly Spot.
SPECIAL. KCENEltV AND KLECTRI
CAL E1KECTS AN UNUSUAL
OAST. ' -. ;
IrK-rtt loe, XOv, 'Me and 50c. rhoue
west 224. v
Wheeling, Jewell; Hoverhlll. Court
hey; Dubuque, Hauser; Columbus. '
By Cincinnati From , Indianapolia,
By Xew York From Xorolfk, Tern- -pie;
. Birmingham, DicKlnson ; Johns
town. Scott;- Wilsou, N. C. Buck or "
By Chicago From Kalamazoo,
Tcoley. Keener; Jacksonville, Weaver, -:
Enid, Woods; Dubuque. Nunamachcr: .
Kalamazoo, Lagoe; Macomb, Wolf ; f
Bay City. Cole; Lincoln, Davidson; . ,
Toronto, Pfefter; Sioux city, Tony
Smith; St. Paul. Llese: .Lo. Amrelen
Orindorff; Portland. Carson : Musko
gee, Metz; Adrian, Cook; Albany
Kay; feyracuse, Mitchell; MonmoutJi.
Hart; Anderson, Smith; Wilkesbarrc,
GOLF PAIRINGS "
ARE FINALLY OUT
Iluiuhed mid Twcuty Will ComiK-te
for National iiiuinpioiLsliip at
WIieatViH Next WwkJ
Ntw York, Sept. 2. Pairings for th
lolh annual national amateur go!f
championship to be held at Wheatori.
lil., beginning-next Monday were an- :
nounced today. One hundred twenty
golfers are paired., The first to stat
will be W. J .Macdonald of the Mid
lothian, club and Frederick Snare of -the
Englewooj club. Jerome D. Trav- '
ers. national champion, is paired with
young Paul Hunter of Midljthian, and
they are the 19th pair to start.
It's applied like paint
on Gas Stoves and'
Pipe. Shines itself.
Won't wash off. ats
ilJ up Rust. Makes old '
aaaai c- . .
tbony Finish on Iron and Wood.
For salts by Rock Island Hardware
Company, III and Ehleb. .j
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