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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 26, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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HOBQ FOR 33 YEARS HEIR TO $40,000 GIVES
HIS NIECE $10,000
Betha Cheatham, Who Is to Get Part of Fortune Inherited by Her Uncle,
George Cheatham, Shown Below.
Bloomington,' III., Jan. 26. George
Cheatham, hobo for 33 years, is to
day worth $40,000!
He came to Bloomington one night
recently," "panhamjlejl" his supper
and found a place to steep inNthe Jity
Hall tramp room TfieextmoniineJ
J. E. Jones, police chief, told him his
uncle had died at Elk, DL, and willed
him a 200-acre farm. 1
The police of many towns had been
asked to look for Cheatham and no-
tify him of the fortune.
"There's just three things Tm.j&-.
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