The image below is the actual image obtained from the digital image archive of Quincy, Illinois, newspapers on the Quincy, Illinois, Public Library website.
Which possibly makes it necessary to obtain the original on microfilm.
We're still working on how to cite these images. But frankly, I'll site the image as it is on the Quincy, Illinois Public Library website. The only reason I would cite these images is if I was using them as illustrations or I could not locate the original image on the library's site.
But isn't it easy to make a few changes?
And in this case the changes really weren't material now were they?
[reminder--Our citations are not in the spirit of Evidence Explained on our blog. That's saved for the newsletter-Casefile Clues. There is always enough information though that the discerning researcher can find what we've used if they need to see it themselves.]