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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 6 June 1890

Rock D Ml and AILY n VI)!,. XXXVIll. NO 195 ROCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ' v , AROTS woman can bate r 1 . -i i , 1 yiomn Kjci mouwe can cope, piUte cant wash ter doHjes Jo jafedioji se knows, lairbanfe Santa Claus Soap N.K.FA1RBANK&C0. 5 CHICAGO. M. YERBURY, PLUMBER, TEAH 1 L. 'I cX L'3 (HAS. W. YERBURY. Manager. W. B. BARKER, has pnrtbased the well-known Wagner Grocery Fourth Avenue and Tenth Street, and hopes to retain the custom of his predecessor He will make a elT-rt to perpetuate the good name of this Old Established Grocery itat It ha ulways enjoyed by dealing only in the bestgoojs, at the Lowell Prices. ROLLIN RUICK, Successor to Adamson & Ruick, PRIMA!. Hock Island, 111. Shop Nineteenth St , bet. First and Second AveDue, o General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done. S5P3eeond Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired. New Elm Sreet Grocery GEO. 13. BROWNER, (Successor to Panquard & Browner) FLOUR AND FEED Family Gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 6 June 1890

I i 1 A i i "4 ft if' i I 21 ' i : t i. '.; ..1 . 1 i . M 51 v . Ml ,1 7 THE ARGUS. Published Dally and Weekly at lflM Second AtoaMiue, Bock l!nd, 111. J. W. Potter. - Publisher. Tanaa-Daily, AOc per month; Weekly, 93.00 per sonata. AU cammentcatlflns of a erttlral or annmentatie character, political or religious, mast have real urn. attached for publication No each ertitlclea will be printed over tctittons signatures. Anonymous communications not noticed. Correspondence solicited from every township la Kock Island county. Hmoay. Juke 8. 18A0. The IllinoU slate auditor of public acs couou baa jual iasued a statement showing the condition April 22, of the forty -two banks in Illinois doing business an der the state laws," showing the total amount of their resources to be f 60,881,000, and their loans and discounts to be $42,848 000. They have a total capital stock of 19.896,000. The savings deposits are (12.843.000, and Individual doposits 124,578,000. This class of banks is increasi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 6 June 1890

THE ROCK ISLAND ABGUS, FllIDA Y, JUKE 0, 1S90. FBBD- J A HNS. John Bertblsen. Copper JAHNS & BERTELSEN, , Tin anfl Sheet Iron Tork, PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING. STOVES, TINWARE And House Furnishing Goods. , 'Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty. 1612 SECOND AVENUE. ROCK ISLAND, ILL Bargains in China Ware. Tea and coffee caps, 3 stles 2c each Saucers to match 8c " 15in. oval dishes inc " 1 1 lu. " ltlc " V.Mn. plates lie " 4io. sauce dishes . . 2c. 8ln. sauce or vegetable dishes...., 18c " Tin. " ' " 10c " Egg cups 9c " Bone dishes 8c " These goods were slightly damaged in shipping, but would be bargains at one half more than we ask (or them. OTHER BARGAINS. 4 piece ga-den sets 'JOc Decker's kitchen soap, per box 15c Pure Irish linen paper, per quire 8c Envelopes to match, per pack 10c THE FAIR, 1703 Second Avenue. BAKER & HOUSMAN, Wholesale Dealers for the Celebrated ALA SKA REFRIGERATORS AND TH- Pastuer Germ Proof Filters. Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 6 June 1890

mats on hud An Organization That Can Take No Holiday. THE POLICE OP NEW YORK CITY. Tho Force Numbers Nearly S,50O Men, and Last Year Ita Member Hade Over 81,000 Arrests Some of the .Requirement or m "Dandy Copper.' Oopyright, 1890, by American Pre Association. Can yon tight Can you ran as fast as a rwtft footed fugitive? Have you a cool head and Iron nerves? Do yon know the location of all tho street and public buildings in the city of New York and adjacent suburbs? Are you familiar with the state and municipal laws? Can yon discriminate between a drunkard and an invalid, an honest man and a rogue r Are you a bit of a surgeon, capable of aiding an injured person? Can SUPERINTENDENT MTTKRAT. you restrain your temper when insulted? Are you able to keep a revolver undrawn until it is needed, and refrain from whacking heads with a club save in cases of emergeucy? Is your physique without a flaw and your education fair? Can you re sist the temptations of bribes, whisky and women? Are you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 7 June 1890

land Daily Argfu VOL. XX JLVI1I. NO 196 KOCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Eock 1 rr-T 1 " -ii i 7j.a -ywmn kjui Jrouwe can cope, $ut sfe cant wash her dofyes Jo perfecJion slie tows, Santa Claus Soap N. K.FA1KB AN K & CO. 5 CHICAGO. M. YERBURY, f TIT TTirTnn rsmi-i w fLuMMn rSW4 Wrought fiT Best work US Office and UA. W. YERBURY, Manage. W. B. BARKER, has pnrchased the well-known Wagner Grocery Fourth Avenue and Tenth Street, . an i hopes to retain the custom of his predecessor Ik- will moke a effort to i-erpetuiti? the good name of this Old Established Grocery nut it hao alwavs pnjoi-ed by dealing only in tbe bestgooJs, at the 1 owest Prices. ROLLIN RTJICK, Successor to Adamson & Ruick, PRACTICAL 1 Shop Nineteenth St., bet. General .lobbing and Repairing promptly done. -Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired. New Elin Street Grocery GEO. E. BROWHER, (Siiccegaor to Danquard & Browner) FLOUR AND FEED Family Groceries a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 7 June 1890

THE KOC1 C IBLAKD ARQUB S ATUBDAY. JUKE 7, 1890. THE ARGUS. Published Daily and Weekly at 1AM Second A venae. Rock Island, 11L J. W. Potter. - Publisher. Ttsvs-DsUy. Me per month; Weekly, $3.00 per unuin. All comma nlestlon of critical or arfrnrnentatlve character, political or religion, mast have real name at'scoed for publication No inch artittclee will be printed over Iciitlona signature. Anoarmoa communications not noticed. . la Hock Island county. Satcbdat, Juke 7. 1800. TROUBLE OVER A TRACK. Property Haider la the Ease Part af Tawm ladlcaaat Over aa Atteaapt af the C, B. t t ta Iay a Mm Itch. The Chicago, Burlineton & Quiocj railroad recently obtained from the city council of Molioe an ordinance to lay a witch from the main track east of the Rock Island limits across Molioe avenue to Sylvan water. In laving the track whi.h runs north on the street, which divides the two cities, the property hold era on the Rock Island side remonstrated as no ordinance bad been gran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 7 June 1890

THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. JUKE ?. 1890. Fbtcd. JaHNS. JAHNS-& Copper, Tin ana PLUMBING, GAS AND STOVES, TIN WARE And House Furnishing Goods. ;T Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty. 1612 SECOND AVENUE. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Bargains in China Ware. Ten and coffee cups, a tles Oe each Saucers to m uch '. go 15iu. oval 4i?tu-s i!)c " It iu. " " l(ic V-'in- plates he 4iu. sauce dishes 8c in. sauce or vegetable dishes lie Tin " " 10c " Ksg enp ,, c " Bone dinhi't 8c Those goods were slightly damaged in shipping, but would be bargains at one half more than we usk for them. OTHER BARGAINS. 4 piece ga den aets c Itecker's kitchen soap, per box 15c Pure Iri?h linen paper, per quire 8c Envelopes to inatcb. per pack ...... 10c RASMUSSEN, -The Photographer1725 SECOND AVENUE, Next door to Crampton's Boi kstore, (up stairs ) The pnlilic I cordially invited to iiisperi our new Gallery, the Bnest West of Chicago without any exception. We have the only Camera in this vicinity lar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 7 June 1890

V. IN MEMORIAM. The Brave and Honored Career of Gen. John Buford. A PEOl'D MILITARY RECORD. TktHtBtrld rraaliiretrUerMl f Tnla, city, Prcaenta Its nttlas Trlbate ta th Maldler Wkic Manae It aa Pr.4l jr Cherlafcea. Some time ago Gen. John Buford post 243. department of Illinois 0. A. R. appointed a committee, composed of Capt. Joseph W. Brackett, Rer. G. W. Que and Oen. Wm. A. Schmidt, to draft a suitable memorial to Major-General John . Buford, United States army.after whom the post takes its name. Tne memorial committee has completed its work and it is well performed. The sketch of the life and character of Oen. Buford which the committee has presented, was written bj Wm. 8. Brackett, a native of Rock Island and now inspector general of the national guard of Illinois, for the committee, and which has been adopted by it. Oen. Schmidt had intended to read this memorial as a part of the memorial day exercises at the soldiers' monument on last memorial day, but so much lime was occupie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 9 June 1890

Rock Is Daily Argus LAND VOL. XXXVM. NO 197 KOCK ISLAND, MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Fairbanks Santa Ca.auRu for All ftouse boU yw o,y by N.K. FAIRBANKS CO. CHICAGO. M. YERBURY, PLUMBER ( HAS W. YERBURY, Manager W. B. BARKER, has purchased the well-known Wagner Grocery Fourth Avenue and Tenth Street, anl hopes to retain the custom of his predecessor Be will make a tll vrt to perpetuate the good name of this Oid Established Grocery mil it hag always enjoyed by dealing only in the best goods, at tlie Lowest Prices. ROLLIN RUIOK, Successor to Adamson & Ruick, PRACTICAL mm Shop Nineteenth St, bet. General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done. $qgT"Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired New Elm Street Grocery GEO. E. BROWNER , (Successor to Danquard & Browner) FLOUR AND FJ5ED Family Groceries and Provisions, He solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as lo w as the lowest. Telephone connections! GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL. THOMAS Prop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 9 June 1890

THE ROOK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1890. THE ARGUS. Published Dally and Weekly at 'lflM Second Arenas, Rock Inland. 111. J. W. Potter, - Publisher. Tama Dally, 60c per month; Weekly, $3.00 per annum. All communications ot a critical or arframentatire character, political or religion, mnot have real name afached for publication No each artiticlea will be printed over flctitiona .lenatnrea. Anonymoan communication, not noticed. Oorrenpnndence solicited from erery township t n Kock 1 aland county. Monday. Jcxk 9. 18JK). Two cents a name is the pay received by the census enumerators, except in the case of soldiers or soldiers' widows, where they receive five cents in each case. Tbr coldest region in the United States is the stretch of country on the northwest border from the Minnesota lakes to the western line of Dakota. At Pembina tbe lowest temperature recorded was fif -ty-tix degrees below zero, and this was reached in the winter of 1873. A Finland paper mentions a curious stone ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 9 June 1890

THE ROCK ISLAND AJRGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1890. Jobs. One lot of 38 inch Oriental Lace which we place on sale Monday A.M. at14 l-2cayard. One lot 40 inch lace flouncing, Egyptian pattern, elaborate designs, at 21 l-2e. Either of the above lots worth from 3 to 4 times the prices named. A lot of short length Oriental fllonnce;; and Oriental laces at one-third to one-half value. SCARFS. Ladies' silk embroidered shawls and scurf 3 dozen fine silk embroidered and fringed scarfs at 62c; were $1.50.' One style at 75o, great value. Four diff erent styles in every desiraable color at $ 1 00; were $ 1 .75; $ 1 .88, and $2 00. Two styles at $1.12; each away brio w value. Three styles at $ 1 .25 and two styles at $ 1 50 each. These are the greatest bargains in this class of goods we have ever seen, and a similar opportunity will not again occur. They are the closing lots of a large manufacturer which under the press of circumstances we were enabled to buy at less than half price. ' 7 "ici coi MeO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 9 June 1890

IL i V-f r i A 1 1 . i ! f ' 'i 4' 't ' .1 -a- THE PRELIMINARIES. Republican Caucuses Night Saturday Rows in Tw Different Wards la the CityThe Oatlaak fa Baerlft and Trruarrr aa Jatfced Oaly by the Bark lalaa Deiesatiaaa. FIRST WARD. The First ward caucus was called to order by James McGarvey, committee man. H. C. Scbafer was elected chairman, and E. B. McKown secretary. A committee to select delegates to tbe county convention was appointed, composed of John Blade), James Slater and J. J. Kahlke and reported in favor of Hugh Ralston. M. C. Frick, H. C. Scbafer and E. B. McKown. The caucus failing to approve of the report, a ballot was ordered, and C. F. Bladel and Capt J. M. Beardsley were appointed tellers, the ballot resulting in the choice of John Bladel, Foster Coyne, August Peterson and . B. McKown. SECOND WARD. Dr. O. L. Eyster called the second ward caucus to order in the ab aence of committeeman C. J. Schreiner. Henry Carae was called to tbe chair, and John . Fleming elected...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 10 June 1890

i Y . AltGlX and JUL VOL. IXXVI1I. NO 198 BOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Rock Da (351 IS VI ft. WS3tA I feirffe Pairbatmk's Santa Claus Soap. JijdiSPSe ofcft plated jily for a,l! HoUiefeoU Jjd L.o.uncLy purpojej. yW omy N.K.FA1RBANK&C0. CHICAGO. M. YERBURY, PLUMBER Ik,. . I'lIAS W. YERBURY, Manager W. B. BARKER, has purchased the well-known Wagner Grocery Fourth Avenue and Tenth Street, an hopps to retain the custom of his predecessor He will mtike a effort to perpetuate the gnm name of thi Old Established Grocery mat it ha always enjoyed by dealing only in the best goods, st the l owert Prices. ROLLIN RUICK, Successor to Adamson & Iluick, Shop Nineteenth St., bet. o - General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done. -Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired New Elm Street GroceiT v . GEO. E. BROWNER, Ciircenaor to Panauard & Browner) PLOUK AND ITJSED Family Groceries He solicit a share of the trade as the lowest. Teleph...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 10 June 1890

:1 :. i V' i 'J THE ARGUS. Pnblifhed Dally and Weekly t 164 Boctmd Avenue, Kock Island, IlL J. W. Potter, Publisher. Tirjh -Daily, fiOc per month; Weekly, 3.00 per annum. All communication of a critical or argnmentatlre character, political or religion, mum have real name attached forpnblicatlnn No such artitlcles wilt be printed over fictitiooi stirnatnres. Annnyraons rommunientiona not noticed. Correspondence solicited from eTery township in Kock Inland coanty. Tuesday, June 10. 1890. THE K. I. & P. RAILROAD. Aaaaal Meeting of the Star kholders Exrellent ft'inanelal Mhawtaa; of he Road'a ITondltloa. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the R. I. & P. road, was held in the office of Supt. Sudlow in the R. I, & P. building this morning; Stock was repre at-nted, and the amount of 11,768 shares, out of a total of 15.000. The following directors were elected for two years: R. R. Cable, Q. W. Cable, II. B. Sudlow, with Duvid Dowes, Jr., -for one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 10 June 1890

J OBS. One lot of 38 inch Oriental Lace which we place on sale Monday A.M. at 14 i-2ca yardOne lot 40 inch lace flouncing, Egyptian pattern, elaborate designs, at 21 Either of the above lots worth from 3 tii -1 times the prices named. A lot of short length Oriental flloun0(.s and Oriental laces at one-third to one-halt" value. SCARFS. Ladies' silk embroidered shawls and scarfs- 3 dozen fine silk embroidered a!Ut iriimed scarfs at 62c; were $ 1 .50. One style at 75o, great value. Four different styles in every desira.,1,10 color at $1-00; were $1-75; $1-88, ami $2 00. Two styles at $1-12; each away l!ov value. Three styles at $1.25 and two styles at $1 50 each. These are the greatest ia: trains in this class of goods we have ever seen, and a similar opportunity will nt again oeenr. They are the closing lots of a large manufacturer which under the press of circumstances we were enabled to buy at les- than half price. McCABE BROS. 1712. 1714. 1716. Bargains in Tea and coffee cups, 3 tl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 10 June 1890

...1 i ! 1 BKAINY BOSTON WOMEN BRIGHT WRITERS WHO HELP TO MAKE THE HUB FAMOUS. All Wield Vigorous Pens In Various Fields of Litcrataro, and Ar Steadily Climbing rp Fame's Steep HiU Spiral Boston Portraits. Copyright DJ American Press Association. I.OC1SE IMOGEN OUTSET. A brillinot young Boston woman is Louise Imogen Guiney, the only child of (Sen. Guiney, who died soon after the war from wounds received - in hi9 heroic service. This "sunny young Greek," as she has been well named, was born in Boston in 1801 and educated at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, in Providence, R. L While still in school she began contributing verses to The Pi' over the signature of "P. O. L.," and was for a long time taken for some prankish college boy rather than a young girl. She was hardly S3 when she published her first volume of poems, bongs nt the Start," which was soon fol lowed by "The White Sail and Other Poems," "Goosefjiiill Papers," a volume of prose, and a little collection of stories called B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 11 June 1890

Rock Island Daily Argu VOL XXXVI11. NO 199 ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 11, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Fairbanks Santa Claus Soap. for all ftou&W oiy ty N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. CHICAGO. M. YERBURY, PLUMBER CHAS. W. YERBURY, Manager. W. B. BARKER, bas purchased the wkll-known Wagner Grocery Fourth Avenue and Tenth Street, and hopes to retain the custom of his predecessor lie will make a effort to perpeiontr the good name of this Old Established Grocery mat it has always enjoyed by dealing only in the hestgoojs, at the Lowest Prices. ROLLIN RUICIC, Successor to Adamson & Tluick, jw liinuiiuiiij uLAuuuuiJi, Shop Nineteenth St., bet. General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done. "Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired. New Elm Seet Grcery GEO. E. BROWNER, (Successor to Danquard t P.rowner) FLOU R JUSTD FEED Family Groceries and Provisions, He solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as lo w as the lowest. Telephone connections! GIVE THE NEW STO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 11 June 1890

THE HOCK ISLAH D ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11 1890. .4J .1 THE AlltfUS. Published Dally and Werkly at IBM Second Avenue, Hock Inland, 111. J. W. Potter. - - Publisher. Tbrw Daily, 60c per month; Weekly, $a.00 per annnm. All communications ot a critical or arenmentative character, political or religions. Dnut bare real name attached for publication No snch artitide will be printed over editions signatures. Anonymon rommnnieatlonnnnt noticed Corredtiondence solicited from nen townshlD In Kork Inland county. Wkdnksoat, Jdnk 11. 1890. DKMOCKATIC TH KET. STATE . For United Statot Senator Jon M. Pai.kr. yor State TtesHuror Edwihd 8. Wilson, For Suiit. of rublie Instruction.. ,.Hnrt Haas. - Ti,,. -iohh Hrtaht. ": ; ...... N- w. Graham, I Diversity, i .,,.RlclllIlD D. Moksak. The most complete sell out of all that characterzed the convention yesterday was that by which the Moline delegation was delivered over to Feanall, Kittilsen be lns pledged the deputythip in case of Peat-sail's election, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 11 June 1890

THE ' ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1890. Jobs. One lot of 38nch Oriental Lace - which we place on sale Monday A.M. at 14 l-2c a yard. One lot 40 inch lace flouncing, Egyptian pattern, elaborate designs, at 21 l-2c. Either of the above lots worth from 3 to 4 times the prices named. A lot of short length Oriental flounces and Oriental laces at one-third to one-half value. SCARFS. Ladies' silk embroidered shawls and scarfs- 3 dozen fine silk embroidered and fringed scarfs at 62c; were $1.50. One style at 75c, great value. Four different styles in every desira nble color at $ 1 -00; were $ 1 .75; $1-88, ana $2 00. Two styles at $1.12; each away below value. Three styles at $ 1 .25 and two styles at $ 1 50 each. These are the greatest liarirains in this class of goods we have ever seen, and a similar -opportunity will not again occur. They are the closing lots of a large manufacturer which under the press of circumstances we were enabled to buy at less than half price. McCABE B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 11 June 1890

':- -1 ''i t 1 I it "4 "J 1 THE ROLL OF HONOR. Splendid Records by Pupils of the Public Schools. Thane Wk Have Karnea Credit for Fanrtnallty and Attendance Oaring the Year -Komethtna: to be Frond or. One of tbo happiest and most useful custoniB of the Rock Island public schooh is the keeping of a record of attendance and punctuality during the year and publishing the record at the end of the year. The names of those who have earned credit during the past year are given belowwhere nothing else appears the rec ord being as neither absent uor tardy: BUILDING NO. 1. Ninth Grade Teacher, L. C. Dougherty. Blanche Warren, Mable Latter. Gertrude Conqueror, Walter Lone; Herman Sioghartner; Joe Williams, absent one day. Eighth Grade Teacher, Mrs. Nora Hamilton. Charles Buford, Lena Yeager. Seventh Grade Teacher, Surah Johnston. Inn Siegrist, Harriet Hampton, Edward Frjsinger. Joseph Goldsmith, fVarl Barnhsri, Jamie W. Knowlton, Cable Reeves. Sixth Grade Teacher, nattie E. Hens dersoo. Lizzie ...

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