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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1899)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FBIDAY, DEO. 1, 1899.
Two years ago I suffered se-
1 verely from neuralgia and pal
pitation of the heart. I was
j unable to do light housework.
Nothing btought relief until I
', took Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. 3
bottles removed all trace of my
disorder and I now feel like a
new woman. Mrs. j. d, Houiion,
ICO 8. Water St., Exeter, N. H. "
Is sold by nil lria'ulitH on guiirnntna
first Imllln IkmiiiIIIs or money hack.
Hook on liuurt mill uurvoa hunt free,
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind,
P. IP, COBLB,
OPFICK.IN MOON BLOCK.
lasuraace written on city and fariu
proportj at lowest rates.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Smrgetm B. Af. R. R. ompunx,
aad V. S. Peatlin Sufge$n.
City and country calls promptly nn
aworetl day or night.
Office vkkLindsky's Meat Makkkt
n1011t calls at ofmcv.
Dr. E. A. Creighton,
Heiorary Graduate & Silver Modalist
Waiters Unirerdty, Canada.
fuu Amiwk Day and Night.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IIT TOU WAMT IT.
toil 1 IMy Wirk ir Tih WiOnnt Plttw.
I all Mm latest Impravement la dental meob
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Laos lloz S3. Guide Hock, Neb.
All kiads of proporty bought, sold unit
' COLLECTIONS MADE.
, OVERMAN & BLACKLEDOE
KTTOHNBYS - RT - L.7UHC.
ONIce mrcr Past Ottlce.
t RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
R. D. BEDFORD.
JEln Firo lusurucco Company,
National tiro Insurance) Co.,
Coaaeetlcut Firo Ins. Co.,
Qtieon Fire Ins. Co., of America,
New York, N. Y.
Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
, Manchester, England.
Norwich Uaion Fire Ins. Society,
Xnpleyers' Liability Assurano Corpor-
ation, limited, (acoldent)
AUL STAKDABD COMPANIES.
Yodk Patbonaqe Solicited.
Lands and Collections.
oal't .ruomp. t ilmi o i. i
Smooth Schemes' by Which Dealers
Curious Storlca of Thefla lr, He-
apcotnltlc Aiipcnrlnic Ppraona
Women Arc KtiKnued In
the tiller I nir.
Whether bicycling' In the long run Is
cheaper than riding In Ktreut cars, it Is
certain that wjiiic pethouhof uuacrupu
lout tendencies miikc money by their
tcllug adventures. They are thoac
who make u pruulice of nttallng bicy
cle, uiul Helling them for what they can
get. Tour or flto years tigo, when the
pi lee of the chcnpcbt wheels almost
e(tiuled that of the best in the market
tu-dtiy , the miMucMtor. lileycie hieniing
wiib really in its infancy. Men who hud
engaged In various llueh of cruoketlncbs
boon dihwnered that the demand for
wheels ut n low price furnished c.nccj -tlomil
indueemeuts for them (o make
bieyclo stealing n regular neenpntion,
and the tactics they employed in order
to get possession of machines were
numerous and often extremely clever.
During the- last two yearn wheel
s( (Mil lug him been carried on to n great
er or less extent, but until this sum
mer comparatively few complaints hae
been heard from dealers and Individ
mil riders siuue 18. The thieves have
lately wtnrtcd out again in great earn
rMnuwi, ami their modes of operation
tllllor hi many respects from those pur
sued formerly. Dealers tell some curl
out) stories of the way they have been
robbed by honest-looking and appar
ently respectable persons who have
come to their nhops ostensibly to buy or
to rent wheels.
"Last week," said n dealer on the
West side, "a young innu eame into my
store and asked to see a new man's bi
cycle, with a 124-inch frame, lie sidd
that his own wheel did not run smooth
ly and that he desired to get anotlier
one. lie inquired my cush price for one
of the beat machines in tlie store and
then decided that ho would like to ex
change his old wheel for the one we
wcro examining. 'Where Is your
wheel?' I naked. 'Of course I must see
it before 1 can tell how much I will be
able to allow you for It.'
" 'it's live or six doors up from here,
in a repair shop.' Mild my visitor. 'The
repairer hnd one of the wheels oiT about
five minutes ago and was straightening
the front fork, which 1 bent a little in
uu accident, if you will just step in
there for a moment you ran see it.'
"The man's apparent honesty nnd
uncommonly frank expression of
countenance made me less suspicious
that I would be generally, but I had al
ready had some experience with
smooth-talking individuals, and made
up my mind I would not be taken in by
them again. 1 was alone in the shop at
the time, but resolved, nevertheless, to
see if there vvjib anything in the man's
gume. So 1 agreed to step over to the.
other place with him and take a look
at his wheel. When we arrived there,
instead of walking to the back of the
shop, where the repulr department
was, I stopped purposely about six or
eight feet from the front door to look
at a machine which, I remarked, had
a very odd appearance. A few seconds
later I walked out of the shop, and as
T did so saw a man rush Into my store.
When T got there he was just coming
out with n new $75 bicycle and seemed
embarrassed when he met me face to
" 'I wus just seeing how easily this
wheel runs,' he exelnimed when I con
fronted him. 'ff I can ills peso of my
own bike, I'll come back in a day or so
and buy this one. It. Is a daisy.'
" 'Oh, yea,' auld I, 'It's a beautiful ma
chine, but if you had got it outside of
this door when I saw you, you bet I
would have your picture in the rogues'
gallery.' His explanations were pro
fuse, but they didn't com Ince mc of his
honest Intention. The fact in that he
was watching for me to go Into the
other shop, and the moment I dtd so
ho improved his opportunity."
"We do not fear the men thieves
nearly so much as we do the women,"
said another dealer. "If, for exntuple,
n man comes in here to rent n bicycle
and we have any doubt us to his hones
ty, we flatly refuse to let him have it.
Hut with women it is different. A
woman mny come in all rigged out for
n spin and with her face covered with
smiles. She bus been told that our
wheels are better than those in other
places and she wishes to hire one for n
couple of hours. When we tmnilrc her
address she gives one that to n mile or
so nway too fnr, of course, Tor us to
send around there to see If It Is genuine
-mids that she is so and so mid ex
presses great surprise that we should
for a moment doubt her sincerity. Wo
tell her tlint it is npalnst our rules to
let a wheel to anybody we don't know,
and that wo can scarcely make an ex
ception in her case. Then she tosses
her head, snaps her eyes, and declares
mat me wuole thing is absurd and that
she Is to ho deprived of a whole after
noon's pleasure on account of our
nbominablo system of red tape. Under
such circumstances it Is mighty hard
to deny the request, but wo have to do
so. If: we didn't, it would he only a
ahort tlmo before our shop would bo
in the hands of a receiver." N. Y. Sun.
A twelt Brvaaatr.
Johnny Jones My paw's got more
memey'n yours has.
Tommy Well, if your maw wore as
good clos as mlue I heb he wouldn't
have, for I heard paw say so.Ohio
Ilcnovolcnt Old Oentleman (to angry
boy Stop, my i-nn Never let the sun
go down n your wvntlj.
Small ito Well. uy, do yer think
J'n .loshun, 4er luuke- it utand atill?-.
TREATING AN EMPEROR.
IIoTr tlio Court Physician of China
Ilea to Ailruurli Ilia
A curious story of the visit of Shcn
Lien-Fnng, the most celebrated natlvo
physician In China, to attend tho cm-
peroral l'ckii.g is furnished by aShnug-
hal correMioiiih'iil. An Imperial edict
wna l.utli'fl III l lf.rlile ItKt. illlnnf llil- i li
viceroys and governors to send phvsl
...... ..,.... ,- . ................. ..n ....
chins of distinction to the capital, and
Chen Lien-rung was ordered, much
against his will, to report himself to
the grand council. Tho account of Ids
cxperfenco is nupplled by himself. A cured of his old long standing troublo
few days after his arrival at l,cklngifr,H,lllnl yoiir ,
Chen vvu summoned to an and c.uce. . , , ,,, , ' " "
lie entered the presence of his B0VJ"wn lion, from Clilcngo to verify the
crelgn on his knees, crossing the apart
ment in that position, after the cus
tomary kow-tows. Tho emperor nnd
the dowager empress wcro seated nt
opposite sides of a low table on tho
dais and faced each other in that posi
tion during the greater part of tho in
terview. The emperor appeared pale nnd list
less, had a troublesome Irritation of thu
throat and wus evidently feverish; the
thin oval of his face, clearly defined
features tind aquiline nose gave him, in
tho physician's eyes (to use Ids own
words) tho appearance of a foreigner.
The empress, who struck him as nn ex
tremely well-preserved and Intelligent
womnn, seemed to be extremely so
licitous ns to the patient's henltli, and
careful for his comfort. As it would
have been a serious breach of utlquette
for the physieian to ask any questions
of ids miij. sty, the empress proceeded
to describe his symptoms, tho Invalid
occasionally rlgnlfylng confirmation of
what was said by a word or nod.
During this monologue the physician
following the customary procedure at
!mierinl audiences, kept Ills guzu con
centrated upon the Hoor, until, at the
command of the empress, and still
kneeling, he was permitted to place one
hand upon the emperor's wrist. There
was no feeling of tlua)mUc, simply con
tact with the flat of the hand, first
on one side of the wrist and then ou the
other. This done, the empress contin
ued her narrative of the patient's suf
ferings; sho described the state of his
tongue and symptoms of ulceration in
thu mouth and throat; butus it was not
permissible for the doctor to examine
these lie was obliged to niche the most
of a somewhat unprofessional descrip
tion. As ho wisely observed, it is dllll
cult to look nt a patient's tongue when
Ills exalted rank compels you to keep
your eyes fixed rigidly oil the floor.
The empress, having concluded her re
marks on the case, Chen was permitted
to withdraw and to present to the
grand council his diagnosis, together
with advice as to future treatment,
which wns subsequently communicated
officially to the throne. Thu gist of
the advice was to prescribe certain ton
ics of the orthodox native type and to
suggest the greatest possible amount
of mental and physical rest. St. Louis
Himself 1'op-tlnr with
People tr SlBBylleltr of
His career contains n reasonable num
ber of contradictions. Thus his first
uut in connection with the revolution
was to robuke and threaten tho rebel
leuders in the next town for the cruel
slaughter of the natives loyal to Spnin.
The next day he compelled the men of
several sluggish villages to rally for the
storming of the uunveiit and hacienda
at Iinus. He levied taxes nnd paid his
way us far as possible, so that current
prices remained unchanged In the rebel
provinces. Ho restrained plunderers
and repressed cruelty with a strong
hand. His popularity wns largely due
to the fact thnt ho was simple in his
manner nnd always accessible. He took
Ills place in the foremost rank in the
contests in 1S00 and 18U7, and saw his
brother slain when Lnchambre's divi
sion stormed Imus. Since Ids return in
1808 he has not been under lire, his stall
restraining him from risking a life In
valuable, to the cause. While the brief
record of his public life seems to show
that he was moderate, simple and hu
mane in tho n.itlut of revolution, there
is much In his career thnt puzzles the
observer more, perhaps, that puzzles
Aguiunhln himself. Does he owo his
great power to tho fact that he is the
representative of his race, or to Ida per
sonal qualities? Up to May, 1808, his
personality seemed thu chief factor.
Hinee then ho linn been swept along in
thu itido of revolution, owning himself
astonished at thu mighty impulse which
rallied his countrymen. Harper's Mag
azine. ConvlnolBsr Loarle.
The Misses Muldoon hod ordered two
portraits of their deceased mother, one
In crayon and the other in water color,
lloth pictures had come home, but the
Misses Muldoon were not satisfied with
the water color. "You see," said the
eldest, " 'taint ns like mother as the
other. Why, even Mr. Rinks could see
the difference. 1 showed him this here"
pointing to the water color "and ho
says nothincr: and then I showed him
this" indicating the crayon "and ho J
says at once: 'Ah, that's tho thing
that's more like.' And if he, that never
saw mother at all, could see it was a
better likeness it surely must be."
Wet a Candidate for Matrlaaeajr.
A certain Irish member of parlia
motn, popular and a bachelor, had been
very polite to the daughter of the house
where he was visiting. When tho time
came fnr him to go tho too anxious
mamma called him In fur a serious talk.
' "I'm sure 1 don't know what to say,"
she went on: "'tis reported nil around
that 'ii are to marry l.etitin."
"JuM H.y Ufat she refused mc,"
quietly udvisnl the parliamentarian.
ALVA MERRILL TALKS.
Interview wilh the Member from Peoria
District, Illinois House of Rep
resentatives Folly Recovered from His Old Trouble,
j Rheumatism. Is In Better Condition
to Wofk than He Evef Was
Pf,. nnAAUKiAn, Pi.
' -- ...
Noktiiamiton, III., NoviJT. A stoiy
having gouo tho tound of thu press to
the effect tiilit Hon Alva Merrill, mem
ber from tho I'uoriu district in statu of
Illinois, house of rcptencntntivcs, was
account. Ho found thu I'eorin retire.
sontativo nt his hottsoand quito willing
to let thu public have tho facts con
corning his ctso
lion. Alva Morrill Is a farmer by oc
cupation. Ho is now sorring his third
term in tho hoaso. Ho sits in no less
titan cloven committees nnd is regatd
cd as ono of tho hardest workers and
most inlluunlial members of tho as
"I contracted rheumatism sovcral
years ago," said Mr. Morrill, "ami be
ing utterly unnblo to Hnd u remedy tho
disease, became thoroughly settled la
mysjstcm. I'm naturally a hustler,
but this disuasu mado it au awful effort
to got around I can tell you. Tho pain
is frightful in rheumatism anyway, nnd
tome, with business, politics and tho
farm, all on my hands at once, it was a
fearful trial. Flnnlly however I used
Dndd's Kidney Pills. Whatever olso
those pills aro good for thoy arc cer
tainly good for rheumatism. They
completely cured mo of it and I cat) not
say loo much for them."
"Is it truo that a letter signed by you
wns published endorsing them?" asked
"Yds," replied Mr. Morrill, "and I
gave them ray photo for reproduction
in their advertising also."
Your roportor socurcd a copy of Mr.
Merrill's letter which is as follows:
NoitTHAMlTON, 111., Aug. 12, '08.
Dodd's Mcdicino Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Gentlemen I had been a sufferer
for some time from rheumatic pains in
my body and had tried many remedies
vvitli little satisfaction until I pur
chased Dodd's Kidney Pills Tho re
lief was something boyond my expec
tations nnd 1 am now cured nnd heart
ily endorse Dodd's Kidney Pills to any
one with deranged kidneys or rkeumnt
io pains. Gratefully yours,
What Do the Children Drink.
Don't give them tea or coffee. Have
you tried tho uew food drink called
Graln-O. It is delicious and nourish
ing and takes tho place of coffee. The
more GrninO you give the children
the more health you distribute tnrough
their systems. GrainO is made of
puro grains, nnd when properly pre
pared tastes like the choice grades of
coffee but costs about one-fourth ns
much. All grocers sell it. lGc and 25c.
Scanty la Ulood Deep,
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im-
Eurities from the body. Begin to-day to
anish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 60c.
Regular examinations for persons
desiring to teach in Webster county
are held in tho superintendent's ottlce
ut Red Cloud, the third Saturday in
Eva J. Cask, County Supt.
To Care Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candv Cathartic lOoot-He.
1IC.O.C. tall te cure, orugalata refund aaoaey.
f favorite 1
It makes g:
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
ana cnceriuines3 soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it Is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urln-
nfl tftnt rxttmrt t Iha
urine scalds the flesh or if, when tho child
reaencs an ago wnen it should be able to
control the passage, It Is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon It, the causa of
the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards tho treatment of
these Important organs. This unpleasant
trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the Immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It Is sold
hv rimcrrlt. In flflu- fj)'lv
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mall
iree. also namnhi ih. t, ,rr.. ......
. , .......v. .w.. .iviiia ui nwAuipiunii
Ing all about it, Including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Blnghamton. N. T., be sure and
mention this paper.
If Ton haven't a rcxular, Soaltbr movement of tho
bow s oTorr dar. youTo sick, or will bo. Kocn Tour
SnKi't Vff."-. and "S,1"-''!- l'0'co.ln thoih'ipoof
Ji!"orJ V?10. ' P"l polion. Is datiKerous. Tho
mooihoit, ealct, moat perfect war of fceeolDR the
bowels cloar and clean Is to tako i""K "o
TRAD! MAUN MeMWIU
Ni,iSJn!!a!5,abJ0 Potent. TasteOood. DoOood.
neTorHlcken. Wcakon, orUrlpe. l0o.S0c.Mo Write
rorrrco sample, and booklet on health. Address
lrlli Rrcx fla;.., Cttlttf., S.ilrr.l, 5 I.rl. 1X1.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
Eureka Harness Oil is thetiest
preservative of new leutlirr
and the host renovator ot old
leather. It oils, softens, black
ens and protects. Use
on your best harness, your old bar
nna. and your carrlagttop, and they
will not only look better but wrar
longer. Holdeverywhereln runs-all
sties from half pints to five gallons,
Ilt4. ; ST1SD1SD Oil. IO.
ltrttta with yao whsthtr you oatlaus tb
B.nre-kllUng tobacco habit. H0TO.BA4
ramo... lh dttlra for tobacco. "IVbwSlT BB
oat n.rTou. autre... sspsJs nico-rt .11 II
tlas, purines th blood, f-mTM k .
tor., lost manhood.sjTal fj mMr
saakss yon strong fjr, IBs jl Esm
aad.pockot-aflWl MBNO-TO-B AU from
BZ?3ilIsBsT1'JT7onr own drurcLt. whr
Sl H 1 1 (pSlll Touch for ns. Tk It witb
aasaVsl Bi'ty""- wlll.pau.ntty, psrst.tcatly. On.
aBBBBBmBBPbox-1 usually curesi Iboi.a.aiM,
C narnti1 to curs, or ws rsf uad money.
Clean, and buutlflei th. h.if,
l'rumo. m ln.urt.iit frowth.
Never Vails to Bcitora Oray
...- u .. luvtuiu. vuiur.
Curt, acslp diwaws bilr IiIUiic
Notice Is hereby ghon tliiitby virtue of nn or
Jit of the District court oMJrcc county. Nebras
ka. In the cane of the Matof Nebraska, plaintiff
vh llcutrko riaviiiKs buiikdefcildnst. I, William
a, Lcllane, receiver off the Ueatrlco Savings
llauk of llcatrlce, Nebrofkn. trill offer for Mile
at pub.lo auction anil sfll to the highest bidder
for caul) la hand, all Hi right, llllo and Interest
ot saiu ueaince Minnas uauK in aim to the fol
lowlns described n
il fstulo la Webster county,
No. ana. Parrel
rhe south wen quarter of
scctou zi, town 1,
it, in vvcbsier county,
No. 0MX Haute
f The fcoutlicnxt quarter of
sections, town 'J,
nge 1-, In Vcbsler county,
The southeast uusrlor nf
Kcctloti H, town 1, ranso 10, In Wcb.ter county
Said mo will bo conducted at tho law oillce of
W. ('. I.ellnne In the (Icruina National bank
building, in the City of llentrlce, Rage roumy.
Nebraska, commencing promptly and without
delay at U o'clock a.m., standard time, on the
16th day of December, 1899
Dated, November ltth. 1899.
William C. LiIIass.
Receiver at the Beatrice Sallies Hank.
E STATU OF ALFRED WOOD, SUPPOSED
TO UE DEAD.
Iti the Orphans' Conrt of Montgomery County
hotlco Is hefcbyglven that Charles Penny
packer has matto fppllcatlon to tho Orphans'
Court.of Montgimlry couuty. heansylvanla. for
letters sf admlttjsjratlon on the estate of Alfred
Wood, late of Nidnstown, Pennsylvania, (son of
Zllpha Wood, dejpased,) who Is supposed to be
dead : and said cwirt has granted a rule, requir
ing the supposcdtlecodent. If alive, or any other
person for film, to produce to the court on or
befare the 2nd day of January. A. D IS), sat
isfactory evidence of bis continuance In life.
Otherwise the prayer of said peUllen will be
granted. William P. Youxu.
LinzitLERE&aiBKON, Clerk f Courts.
Attorneys, Nerrislown, Peana.
Order of Hearing on Probate of Foreign
State of Nebraska, Webster county, si.-
At a County Court held at Ike Cauuiy Court
room. In and for .aid couuty, NovembarlSlh. A.
In the malterof the estate of Robert U.Batou,
On reading ami filing the petition of John W.
Johnson, pray a." that the Instrument purporting
to ba a duly a.ji V-r'"""! copy of tb last will
and Ttatamet,irisld deceased, and af the prs-
e probate court of the count?
at af Massachusetts, and this
day filed lu thf court, may be allowed, filed,
probated and itcorded as the last Will and Tes
lament of saldtatccased In and for tha .tut nf
Nebraska, aiidttbat letters Issue testamentary
luurcuii iu iieuiiuiicrK. cAccuiuriuurcvi.
Ordered, that December 2nd. A. D. lbVO. at II
o'clock a.m. Is asMgutd for hearing sa.d petition
when all persons Intca-tlcd In said matter may
appear nt a cou ly ' "' bo held In and for
said county. Hint tliuw cause why thu prayer of
pelltl'-ner should not bo grained; and that m
tlcuof thu priuit urv of i.M petition and th
Jlni u il.i ii el i ( iuiikxl perMitis ilite ri'l
I I I ' ' I ' I I I I I ii ,v III it,
' 'i i , t ut t M) i,'
lil r , i i.'i I it. .i.i ' ' r ilirno kiln .
je wiii... i.nor ii 'limiting,
Jk i . . W ty Judge.
(A truo copy.
B & M. R.Y W
KKl) ULOUD, NElill.
81. J OK
SI. LOUIS nnd
all points casl nnd
SAM LAKE U'y
mid all point
TUAINS LKAVE AS FOLLOW.
No. 13. I'nMciiger dally for Obcrllu
nnd St. rrnncls brunches. Ox
ford, .McCook, Dciivcrnnd all
points wot..... 7 M n m
No, II. Passenger ilnlly for SI. Joe,
Katiian City, Atchison. St,
l.oul". Lincoln via Wymote
uiul all polntH east and south 'J:05 a.m.
No. 15. I'asiencer. dally, Denver, all
points in Colorado, Utah nnd
California 8 '.'Op.m,
No. 16. Passenger, dally fur St. Joe.
Kansas City. Atchison, 'St.
Louis and all points cant and
Nn. ill. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday. Hastings. Grand Is
land, Mock Hills and all
points In tho northwest..... . Itonp.m
No. 113. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, via lie
publican . ... 12:3Un,ai.
No. 01. Freight, dally, Wymoro and
St. Joe and Intermediate
Junction points- lSMSp.m.
No. 63. Freight, dally for Republican
Orleans, Oxford nnd nil points
west 10!30a m.
No. CO. Freight, dally except Sunday
for Wymoro nud all point east 7:09 a.m.
No. S73. Freight dally to Oxford and
Intermediate point 1:30 pm
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair rarr,
(scats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggago checked to any point in the I'nKed
Suites or Canada.
For Information, tlmo tables, mAps or tickets
call on or address A. Connvcr, Agent, lied
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