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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                FORCIBLE ARGUMENT Dollar Saved Is a Dollar Tl Darned HALI WE WEAE AUTUMN FASHIONS THAT FIND FA VOR AT HOME AND ABROAD 1 Mew and Gopru WUlch Suitable for BwMpUon Evening or Dinner DMW and Good to Kipcetml Advantage ETtnlag an moat of them devoid j of drapery A ekmrmim KUHTO appropri I sAe or diamn recaption or evening wear U iUaitamlad In oar cut This gown which to advantage a good Of an dajwida KrwtlT upon absolutely per fect fit tor auotami modal here shown lj in croetu net with taauvo It if edged around the skirt atid along the ooat tnnlo with rows of and maiara ribbon two bands of which encircle the Minilong sleeves and am finished off with a bour stomacher ouffim and bands that en rich this gown an in brilliant cut bead And he will save many dollars for you He does a strictly FirstClass Business and guarantees sat isfaction His Stock of Fall Goods is Complete and he employs none but FirstClass Workmen j DONT BE MISLEAD BY PRIZES OR CASH REBATES You will always have to pay for them Suits and Overcoats for Fall from up Dont foroet HARRY G TUCK ER The Pearl Btreet Tailor DAILYPHAROS PATCKDAY iCIOBKR 18 1890 IOIIH W DAKXES 4 Uarnnt IISNI I LOLTIAIN loatiait riTOUs CKoiUiilTOiifl TEliMS OK UKSUIUPTIOS iMiiy EKinoN ftr Annum payable in udvanco 15 50 Icr Month piljalilutoctrrlor 50 Per Week cirrlcr 12 WEEKLY IID1T1ON Ono cory one your 1 55 One eocy plx months 86 Onouopy thrfO 56 Official Inper of illly nod Connty Entered fin secondclass matter nt the port Ind obruurr 3th 1F1JOIKATU TltKKT Secretary of MATTHEWS Auditor 1 O IIKVfJEICSON TrefBiirerALPlBttT GALL For Jildfjoor Sup iurtJ AS MITCHBLL AtlonieyfjeiienilA UUKKN Clerk of Supreme CourtA M SWKKNEY Supi 1 ilil liistriieriiniII VOKIKS S liOHU Y SilatStuliBtlhmVf A PKKLLR JK For CimKresslutli H IATTON For Joint M KILOORB For State SenatorKtriTS M4OEE OKAY Vmiecuuiur AlionnyJOHN MrGKHBVY ClerkJOHN M BLISS SheriffIOHN DONALDSON AullturSAMlKLS HKLVIE HIUS L WOLL HecunierHKNKY IHHLEIt J MALLARD Surveyor S A DECK CommMsioilfr 1st DilriitlilfH Mll WINN CoinuiiinUmvr M UistrlelJAM lil G UA VKS ntump You Vote You slamp wliat you That ia all there is to tie new election law touching the ticket fur the voter There is no mystery intricacy vagueness nor puzzlement about i If you want to Tut a stinijjht tickel you place tho stamp on the sumrc ATTENTION DEMOCRATS Practice rjhanirccl to Thurs day Oct SOth As it ia desirable that every Democrat iuCass county ahculd understand the provisions of Indianas new election law it has best to bold practice meetings in the various voting precincts in order to make the workings plain to one and all Such meetings take j place on i THURBDAT Otr 30 1390 J At 3 oclock in the afturmxjn fxcept in the citf of Logsnaport ivlikli will lie held at oclockin ttie evening of the same day At all of meetings sample state and county tickets will be provided also rubber stamps and pads and toe manner of stamping your ballots and folding the same will be plainly explained by your committeeruan or some one competent to do so It is earnestly desired that these uucl i ings be attended by every Democratic voter as many mistakes are liable to be made and consequently many ballots throw n out if voters do not fully under stand the new lsw j The meetings will be held at each rnd every one of the 44 voting preemcts of the county at the time indicated Voters should go to their own votius precinct By doing so they lenru the flrsit les ion under the new they arc to rote Hespectfully j V C Chairman Dem Cen Committee under which the candidates for such party are grouped Elcclion law sec tion 45 That is you simply stamp the blaak space at the sice of Republican ticket or Democratic ticket or Pro hibition ticket as jou wish If you want to vote astraight ticket all but one man you stamo that ticket at the head juat as for a straight ticket and then stamp the place at the name of the rnati on the other ticket for whom you want to Xews OWES shows his weakness in many fays Speaker Keed comes to tliis county preceding the title with n view of assisting Owen exclusive IJo WAGES are not going up Neither will they go up although under the in creaied tariff taxes the earnings of the toiler will buy fewer of the neces saries of life A high tariff tax falls with crushing force upon those leant able to bear its burdens Jay Gould says la boring people will have to do with less Why the necessity for such n condition of nCuirs The Craator has supplied this couatry with natures choicest products in uQpnrHlivkil abundance Why should they be uureusnmibly dear to the toiling nvliiors Why in average tariff tni of GO per ccut the necessaries of life a turiJT tsi of 20 per cent woult uHoril the protected classes all the protection liey ued Is there a labor ini man anywhere wlio ia foolish enough to believe that the McKinley tariff bill will increase his What say the men the shop men and tlie labor onnnizstioii3 of Loginspor J ly Uc can do no one else any good NcsTly every office holder in thu depart ments at Washington from thisi district is now nt home working for Owen All kinds of arguments are being tided to in duce Republicans to vole for him Now unless there were wide spread disaffection Owen wilh his 1300 Republican majority in the dis trict back of hiDi need not makE such an effort Be need not call out his reserve forces if there hi no Republican opposi tion to him Owen is badly scnred and if all the Republicans in the district op poied to him stand by their declaration to vote against him he will be defeated To Prevent Strikes Eiir William T Lewis has elaborated a for tho prevention of industrial whJch plsn he and others believe will effective The main idea Is to blend the interest of both wortanen and those who hire them so Inextricably that strikes will bo impossible A man conld hardly be persuaded to striks against himself Sir William proposes to form an asso ciation to which eiall bfllong both em ployers and the Bqval right of to Bomathlng to gay about hours and prices for labor Ths bnalneiw of or ganization shall be transacted by a board of directors ohonen in eqtml amploycrs and employes Bome tMng is to bo conceded to capital This committee is to bo nominated by the members of each party from its OWB side Tha joint comtnitteo will abso lutely and without appeal settle all mat ters in which differences of opinion might arise Some of the things to be regulated by the joint directory aro these Wages hours of labor and the division of labor Into claosea of service Boti employers and employes will sign tmtten contracts containing specifications which must in all cases bo faithfully obssrved The committee will determine bsyond power of appeal when wages shall be raised or lowered Being composed of both ployers and those thoy hire it is reasqp able to suppose the interests of both Tvill be watched The plan also Irurorimca fund to the maintenance of whioh both employers and employes contribute IF the sarnishee lawyers argument is of any force it be tnfcen for granted that if Messrs Vernoa and Shideler are elected cuuuty cooimisiioners they will at once proceed to reduce the tax levy or ail county purposes to 30 cents on the j county there ia no bridge levy in Case 8100 The ioard uf county Tipperanoe county has a courthouse ers make the levy purposes i levy Cass county none But uever It is made upon careful estimates of the i tholess eyery levy for county purposes BILLY OWEN will spread himself to night Watch his sanctimonious ain Listen to his tremulous inflections Catch his honeyed words and dissect them It IB same roice that promised us i government building It is the same Toice that promised Capt Mull a part of gtiigcri salary It is the same voice that beguiled Hardy wiih a thous ton weight It is the same voice that induced Postmaster Tomlinsou to foil into the trap that Capt Hardy bad set It is the same voice that said to riwifticut 1 will take thec from the obscure position of a Rarniahee lawyer add make theo my manager in Cass county THE fact is that Cass county has no separate levy beciuse she has nothing to pay for by separate levy and when she has there is and will be a separate levy Cass county Ins more bridges to main tain and keep in repair than any county in the state But unlike Tippecanoe American Railways On British railways the number of lo i comotive engines eighty to mile of road In the United State there are only nineteen to the mile Our enslues travel over snch long linen oi road that more are not Beaded The moro thiokly populated districts of Europe require short roads branching In all directions with frequent trains Thirty billion dollars represent th worlds capital invested in railways Of this half IB owned in Europe Thera to tho it put upon ths rail ways while in America and olsowhere the figures are to mile TJ get returns according to capital in vested railway fares in Enropt ought to bo higher than in the UnlUd States but quite tha is cast In the past four 40000 of track have been laid In and 80000 in United alone Dur ing the time in all world out of America 34000 miles of ad ditional tract laid We flatter that in miles of railway track in BO many other things distance of mankind More than half the railway mileage of the world is in America and nearly half in the United In the fol lowing flgnres oi the worlds railways at tha close of 1S8S Miles America190900 ITSOO Africa 5203 Australia 10500 TotalSS400 COUNTY TAXES THE JOURNALS FALSE FIGURES EXPOSED Correct County cviri Compared With Its lleiircfl The Journal coDtirjiiei to parade its columns of false and garbled figures with the idea that a lie become effective if reiterated often enough lu making its comparison between Casa and other counties as to the lery for county purposes it fails to charge up against the other counties all of the lory for county purposes This is the trick in the whole business This is why its figures appear to make a bad showing for Casg county Tlie Pharos today presents the true levies in the various counties Our fig ures nrc taken from the official reports of till county treasurers all of which are now in the hands of County Treasurer Any person who calls at the treasurers office will be shown the offi cial documents Journal Figures revenue required defray county ex peases While some counties have a lower levy than the average levy throuijnottt the state considering the as sessed valuation of taxable property in THERE ae men whose souls are so amall that in ike mysterious realms of the produces taxes for county purposes and If John Crerar could be alira again for ten he would learn what tho newspapers have been trying to ttach mankind for a generation and that it the titter futility of leaving large rams of money by will to be disposed of for philanthropic purposes John Crerai while the people of county are pay lrft nearly to be rjsed in char img taxes on an 801 cent levy with a tax I tT and religion among other thingi ta valtislion of aliittle more than 000 I build the Joha Oerar library named 000 the tax payers of Tippecanoe county j for himself of cpmss Bnthis heirs come of whom live in Chicago others tn Ontario are of opinion that charity be debtedness and cost of maintenance is not lower than in Cass gins at home A number of hvwyeri who are anxioas to strict justice h lhinSS up for Billy Owen The dona will fight tho bequest for hertiaer they will serve as in people are paying the salaries of these1 officials while they are off duty working are paying taxes on a cent levy with property valued at S20000000 THE government office holders are the dime museums of hell Journal And we know of no one to whom this ebservation will more appropriately apply iaan to a liwyer for Billy Owen IF the McKinlcy tariff bill does not in crease be profits of the protected classes why was a lobby ofprotected mtaufact himself if he dloesnt already know just urers in Washington urging its Before the dnj of election every voter ihould ascertain the voting precinct in which he resides and the place where he j id to cast his bsillot He should Inform By the time justice Ii to the law what is left of that time you can put In yonr hat Moral old aj tho Mils Whan you want a thinj do it yourself Counties Cass county LaPortfi 23 Howard 35 Lake 30 Wahash 40 Marshal 3St Wayne 31 Carroll 40 Tippecanoe 80 Pulnski 50 Huntington 40 Marion 33 Bcnton 45 Grant 55 Henry 40 Miami 60 White 60 Union 35 Clinton 50 Fulton 35 Randolph 30 Steuben 76 15 Scott 56 Xewlon 59 Swilzerland 74 Rush 36 Hamilton 45 Orange 60 Delaware 40 Owen 40 Jennings 30 Noble 50 Ohio 50 VanderbiiTg 53 Duboia 60 Brown 66 Putnam 23 Adams 58 Vigo 60 Kosciasko 40 Monroe 70 Floyd 49 Blackford 50 Parse 45 Momgomiry 40 Gibson 344 Fayette 25 Jasper 60 Jefferson 55 Harrison 50 Lawrence 41 Boone 43 Hendricka 30 Dearborn 50 Decatur 55 Elkhart 55 Washington 40 Poaej 53 Jackson 45 Jay 40 Morgan 33 Wells 60 Lagrange Knox 44 45 Tipton45 Porter30 Warrick75 Davies Green Vcrmillion50 Spencer jRipley50 The Jvew York that i Wairen70i tariff bill will ruaaia a Sullivan55i law for ten years j Shelby48i Correct Figures 80i 57 45i W 44J 42i 68i 78 56 66 m 40 69i 55 50 47 80 80 59 79 42 48 60 80 71 74 60 83 71 54 32 80 59J 79 53 63 56 69 25 60 70 58 39 50 55 55 60 65 62 66 54 67 44 60 82 45 75 53 63 72 99 65 45 Hancock43 03 St 42 Clay35 61 Whitley35 The following counties are omiiteri by the Journal doubtless on purpose CrawfordSI 25 MASONIC Queer Incident Wbieh Gave What Cheer Lodge Its Ap exchange saya that Wnnt Cheer lodge a famous Masonic body of Provi dence R L owes its name to the follow ing Incident Whsn Roger Williams fled fro7fl persecution In Massachusetts as ho crossed the river Seekonk which separates Rhode Island from Massachusetts he was and he at once landed to receive from them a friendly welcome to his new home Such ta the of the name It is also tin motto of tee seal of tha city of Providence ana it la applied to banks to tc Teasels and In fact to many things which need a good name It Is noticed as a remarkable circum stance that at the closing communicatio of Rising Sun lodge A F and A M at Nashua N H in Juno six clergymen representing five denominations were Honry B Smith Univorsal 1st Rev William H Uorelaud Episcopal Rev George W Grover Congregational Ist Rev Dr J Z Armstrong Methodist Rev C C Spear Baptist Rev E A Keep Congregationaliat The monumont to Bro Hob Morris LL D ivt Orange Ky was unvetied Sept SO ceremonies being conducted by Bro Birnm Bassett past grand master A movement is on foot among the seven lodgos owning the Masonic lot in Belle fontaine cemetery St Louis to erect handsome monument The Chalne dUnlon of Paris France Is dead and its late editor and publisher haa retired from active participation in Mason ry as known In that country KNIGHTS OF HONOR Teias Gained 1659 Members During the The following from Grand Reporter W P Colo of Tesas fully explains the situa tion In tho Lone Star state Have just finished my report to ths supreme reporter for term ending June 30 1890 and find we have made a net Increase of 1659 during the year There are seven lodges that had to be suspended for failure to pay their per capita tax all of which mil reinstate ex cept perhaps two Counting ona hundred members for these five lodges will give us as the net increass for the year 1758 Thare has been but one year that the order tn this jurisdiction had a larger increase and that was tlie year ending June 30 1SSO We will have four representatives In the nert supreme lodge Hurrah for Texas I The Port Jervis Gazette pays the fol lowlns tribute to Past Grand Dictator Georgu W Dowe of New York Grand Dictator George W Dowe will retire from office after a magniflcent service of four years crowned with honor and with a record of duty well and faithfully formed In that period the order In taLi stBtenastncreasednumerlcaUy Its finances flourished so that Its treasury was never larger and an awakening has taken tn different sections showing that the Knights of Honor of the Empire atate appreciate the great fraternity of which they form large a part The coat of the recent session of the rranfl lodge of New York was for mileage per diem extra ervlcea The present membership is 134000 1158 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS In A Handsome Temple to Be Erected Lake Vleir Chicago A handsome building known as the Pythian temple is to be erected at the roraer et Oakdale avenue and Clark street tn Lake View a part of Chicago at a cost of 1300000 It will contain a the atre storerooms and a number of apart ments for the Knights of Pythias Tha hmghta will have a lodge room banquet traU drill hall committee rooms and anterooms The theatre will Mat 1400 persons The stock company in charge of Ike eciterprise expects the temple to be an anbiteetaral ornament to Lske View The richest lodge In Indiana is Crescent Jfo 38 of Sew Castle the total of which am 75S7 15 and the nert Indianapolis No 68 the latter bating the largest in point of membership Kl knights enrolled Aidlna lodge of Chicago bits taken a new departure It pars as a funeral bene fit an amount equal to 81 for each member of the which DOT amounts to sotna UBS and will soon be says The Na tional Weekly Arthur G Phillips was elected erand chancellor of South Dakota at the recent Brand lodge session The name of the uniform rank remains A GRACEFUL EVESIKQ DRESS trork combining numerous tints of green heliotrope and silver The back is ar ranged with a fflw plalta at the waist and nt opening it describes a point smaller than that at tho front This style dress would be exceedingly effective In black Russian net with a garniture of cut passementerie Millinery memoranda I gather that birds will bo the popular trimming for bonnets again this winter Bays Miss JIantallnl In The Pall Mall Bud get Tho milliners piling them on with their old recklessness Hats are worn la any directon now ac cording to the wearers fancy Some wom en will wear their hats perched right at tho back othsrs will go to the opposite ex treme and wear them low on the taco Hko a burglars cap Another Is to wear the hat allgbtly on side A rather smart kind of hat for travel ling in blue folt has a moderate brim all round and a low crown trand and sharpened with on one side and a pasts buckle Quills and wings will he popular trim ruiugs this autumn Tho toreador hat promises to be tsishion able again It is trimmed in various ways One of tho moat attractive trimmings for this particular hat is a couple of ropes of velvet and a bird or two The velvet la twisted round the baro and top edge of the crown the birds finding a resting place at the side Bonnets are assuming sensible propor tions again A bonnet now Is really head cover and worthy the name Those nonsensical things consisting simply of a butterfly a scrap of lace or half a dozen leaves that did duty as bounets the early part of the year have vanished Faihlona of Futura AJS an Indication of fashions to come it may be told that thicker striped woolens with softened shaded effects are being pre pared for later autumn One in groen and bltick and another a combination of many colors most original All kinds of Irish lace are coming Into favor and a very pretty bridal dress of white satin was recently trimmed In most graceful style with Limerick In this trousseau was a cream spotted tea gown the colhur bor dered with gold the loose sleeves plaited at tho shoulder The short style of sleeve with its double puffs and perpendicular bauds of material Is being resuscitated Street Oregses for Autumn Dress skirts tor tha autumn are iplainly made The waists are mostly mailij with collar and lapels similar to those scon on a mans inside coat These are worn over a habit shirt of white or of material lllcs ths dress as best suits the taste of the wearer Sleeves arc still made high and full on the shoulder and are open on the Inside of cuff and buttoned together A New EreujDff A new idea for evening wear fails been recently developed in a gown the bodice of which Is high on one side sad low on the other The high sido of this unlqua bodice Is flnished with collar which reaches half way nround the throat Tho effect Is sing ular and will hardly prove popular The illustration here givsu a faTorlte style of walitcoat among women of fashion The material of which it is made may bo of white pique flannel stock In e 11 figured etc to contrast or corre pond with eostuma The waistcoat Illustrated hers ii intended only for the front with Its n n gort on each side tha back being made In the lining V opening at neck shows simulated under vest In printed or braided clothwith military collar to match and a curved basque projecting from under the light colored waistcoat which la fastened with mother o pearl or gilt buttons Pointed bauds corselets fancy jackets with waistcoats and blouse are all fashionable styles likely to remain in throughout the winter The now est coneleta of pmsMrnanUrle or are made in Swiss belt fashion with alight below and ranch longer and sharper xiaing OD the in front and between the shoulders at the Blend lodge No at Rideetown haa a braes bajid of sixteen members ta the first K of f bnad tn Ontario It kike SANTA if is THE BEST CHICAGO We want every mother to know th8t croup can be prevented True croup never appears without a warning Tbfi first symptom is hoarseness then the child appears to have taken cold or a cold may have accompained the hoarseness from the starl After that a peculiar rough cough is developed which is fol lowed by the croup The time to act is when the child first becomes hoarse a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy will prevent the attack Even after a rough cough has appeared Ihe disease may be prevented by using this remedy as directed For salu by B F Kecsliug PIU SICK UEADACHE Looses Tied Clover Pills cure sick headache dyspepsia iodigcstiou consti pation 2oc per box 5 boxes for 81 For sale by 13 F Keesling The record cures accomplished by Hoods Siirstiparilla can never be com pletely writtcu The peculiar curative powers of Hoods Sarsapanlla are suc cessful when everything else has failed if 3our blood is impure your digestion out of order try Iloods Sarsaparilla In rormntionfor Von Table showiug the percentage of deaths by nerve and lung diseases in the slates ii uiiicd New Yoik 25 Michigan 20 20 20 18 IS 18 10 1G 15 30 IrcsrrlptlonH of all Accurate compounded U F Koes linS 305 Fourth slrert where you can tiai tile iargest slock of toilet ar ides perfumeries spongcu hair bath ehaviDK and toolh Truss fitting a specially All theleadiug patent medicines can DC found on my shelves My stock of drugs and chem icals cannot be excelled in town Also sole agxut for Van s Balsam for the throat and luugp which 1 recommend to all as a superior remedy for coughs colds asthma bronchitis and consump tion Cail for a trial eie free Large dollar botlle holding onehalf pint for 50 cents Hcmcmbcr the place H K Keeslinfs No 305 Fourth Ohio Pennsylvania Indiana Minnesota Wisconsin Iowa Tennessee Illinois Vermont All who are suffering from nerve or lung trouble cannot change residence yet t licy can be cured or greatly benelittetl by using Miltons Nerve and Lung Food Sold by Johnston Bros Mam Massachusetts N Hampshire Rhode Island Connecticut Deleware West Virginia Kansas Nebraska California Kentucky A One who is thoroughly competent who is neat tidy and quiet whose very touc is medicine who knows what to do and when to ilo it is a blesising indeed but so few they are who fully understand know and arc able to use the require fficuts the endorsement of medicine by such a pcrsou should carry weight They have practical experience and opportun ities of seeing and noting the effect bet ter really ibiiu the physician in charge as they are with the patient day and night and every change and symptom ia noted und watched I have myself used and in my profes sion as nurse idministered your Red Clover remedies and tind that it docs all and more than you say for it I cheer fully recommend it for troubles of stom ach liver or bowels ani haye advied my friends lo use it which has been done and in every case with the very best results and all speak of Looses Extract Red Clover in the bighist terms MRS E Osnonar March 1889 Marion O BULL8 facilitates TttfMnff alltirujfiMts Prlotllctt PSDV CVpllpregulatestheBoweliAt ft III I Cures Coughs Coldi IjULL O HoarsenesAsthma Bronchitis p IK pient Conliyylj vnd relicvestonsunv Jve Persons 25 cet sumption SYRUP Hold It to the Mcht The man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your mil is prescrib ing Kemps Balsam this year la the prepaeaiionof this remarkable medicine for coughs auci colds no expense is spared to combine oulv the best and purest in gredients Hold a bottle of Kemps Bal earn to the light and look through it notice the bright desir look then com pare with other remedies Large bottles at all druggists 50c and Sample bottle free rile PILES PILES PILES Looses Red Clover Pile Remedy is a positive specific for all forms of the disease Klind blecdine itching ulcer ated and protruding COc For sale by 13 F ICcisling Mr C 13 Jones of Spring HillIowa says I have useii tliiniberlaius Pain Balm for severe and painful burns with better effect thnn anything else I have ever tried It relieves tlie pain instautl and cures without leaving n scar Pain Btlin is one of the most useful medicines that any fimily can be provided witb especially for rheum it ism Isme back sprains bruises tooth ache earache and like ailments One application will re lieve the pain and a fair trisi infure a cure 50 cent bottles for sale by B F Keesling Forced to Ieuve Home Over 60 people were forced to leave theii homes yesteulay local at their for u free trial package of Lanes Family Medicine If your blood is bad your livei and kidneys arc out of order if you are constioaled and have headache and an unsightly complexion dont fail to call on any druggist to day for a free sample of this grand remedy The ladies praise it Every one likes it Largesize packages cents s Cottoaa Xloofc CO MPOUND f Cotton Root aed a rocert cugcorerr er aa oli phrnMnn li ttLccvfftLUv Kficciiial bjr nail iifd Tour drurttH fAtcn Root Compound and take ao ralMtttate cv inclose 2 suniPS for sealed fcott PONtt MILT COMr AXY S lilooV IJJ Woodward ave Detroit Mich In LoifansportbjIi Hshor TIME TABLE tun re CUBES tUMRlTTfifer SHUKt torrh Prkt 10 Cta all llEGWEsri NFRVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT for Hysteria Mental 8of tflfilnj of the ltlnif in inanitv and to raisers Jwar an Pitmature Ago Low of froxt nun EAST BOUND Sew York Express a tn Kl Wayne accoinooation nx Sunday n m Kan City 4 Tot Exprow ex Sunday U 20 a m Atlantic Expiess daily p m Accommodation for m WKST BOUD uclflc Exprens dally m Accommodation for West IZOn m Kansas City Express ex p m Lafayette accommodation ex Sun m St Louis Kipresg dally m WABASH WEST 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