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Miss Bender, a sister of Mrs. Gust Peterson, of 1721 2nd ave., sustained a fracture of her right arm at the wrist by falling on a sidewalk. [Rock Island Argus. (Rock Island, Ill.), 26 April 1902; KT]

Agent McKibben, of the American Express office, is on deck again after a short spell of sickness. [Source: The Argus, Rock Island IL, October 2, 1885;  mb, Tr. by FoFG
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A.L. Mueller, the well-known bookkeeper for the Peto-Steffen Saddlery company, will return Monday from Milwaukee, where he has been under the care of a leading occulist.  He has been suffering for some time with an affection of the eyes and his sight has been gradually failing.  His many friends will be grieved to learn that he has gone blind and that the prospects of even partial recovery are slight indeed. [Rock Island Argus. (Rock Island, Ill.), 26 April 1902; KT]


Edward Schalom, of 348 7th St., will be laid up two or three weeks as a result of a fall on a slippery floor and sustaining a severe injury to his right knee cap. [Rock Island Argus. (Rock Island, Ill.), 26 April 1902; KT]




 

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