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VOL,. Xli VII. NO. 27S.
ROCK ISIiAlvD. ILL,.. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1899.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
LOOKS MORE GLOOMY
Situation Between England and
Transvaal Over Latter's
ADMITTED TO BE UNSATISFACTORY
One London Taper Speak, of It A. "Truc
ulent. Loquacious and Itlaapbemona"
Prospective Commander of 'UI Fortei
Summoned and Other Significant Move
ment, at the Ilrltleli Capital.
London, Sept 14, 3:20 p. m. The
forecast of a draft of tbe
0 Transvaal's reply to the last ISritisu
note has been received, but the na-
tun; l.s not made public. It is re
garded as significant, however, as the
contents were communicated to Lord
Wolesley, who immediately auui
moncd len. White, prospective com
mander of the Iiritisn forces in Natal.
Newspaper advices continue most
conflicting. The Post prints a special
from Natal saying the answer is
truculent. loquacious and blas
phemous. " I he Manchester fuar
riian's ('.ipetown special says tbe out
look is of the gloomiest character.
The Capetown papers take a more
hopeful view of the situation.
Ilurgbers to Stand Together.
Bloemfonteio, Orange Free State,
Sept. 14. The burghers voted to
stand shoulder to shoulder with tbe
Transvaal in case of hostilities. The
members of that raad were notified to
lie ready for summons of an extraor
dinary session at a moment's notice.
Loudon. t-iit. 1 1. Tin" 'Finn'.- r-ard.-t
f.'liamlMTl.'iiii's dispatch to tli- Trans
vaal government as 'vlesir, reso!uteanl
earnest, without lioin;; jMTcniptory; not
necessarily an ultimatum, lut a pre
k lude to an ultimatum .should tlieTrans-vaal'-s
reply prove unfavorable." This
f- fairly repres-nts the fivling of the
London morning p:ikts. Kven The
"Daily (Tlironlcle, whieli is virtually
pro-Kn'ger iu Its sympathies. urges the
lioers to accept "the imperial guverii
lneut'H reasonable demniKls. wliieli
threaten uo ulterior thinner to the iu
deiNnleiic of the Transvaal."
Will Sot Conaliter Suzeranlt y.
The dispatch says that Cliiiiiilx'tlaiii
understand that the oin osMioiix made
lu President Krujrer's note of Aug. IS
have beeu witlidia wii on account of
the Brltisli attitude regarding suzer
ainty, and adds: "Her majesty's gov
ernment lias absolutely repudiated t'le
vlow of tli liti'.il flatus of the
Transvaal goverument. elaimiug the
status of a Noven-igu state, and there
fore is unable to conder any pro
posal made conditionally on its ac
ceptance of this view."
1'roponed Law T Inefficient,
('out inning. I lie note says that the
British government is satistied the l iw
embodying the proposed alleviating
liieasiin-s for tiillamh-rs is iuetticiut to
t-ecure immediate and substantial rry
resentatiou, which, it is uuderstMM,
the Transvaal admits to be reasonable.
If then says: "Moreover, the presenta
tion of the proposals in the, note of
Aug. ! Indicates that the government
of the South African Kcpuhlic itself
recognized that in previous offers
might with advantage lie enlarged, and
the iiidcM-ndonce of the republic there
by in no way be impaired."
Term. That Would Knil the Ten.ion.
The dispatch then goes on to say
!reat I'ritain is still prepared to ac
cept the franchise iroMs:ils of Aug.
!. provided a court of inquiry, whether
Joiut or unilateral, shows the new
scheme to lie uucncumlicrcd by nul
lifying condtious. In this connection
the British government assumes that
THERE are women everywhere who suffer almost con
stantly because they cannot bring themselves to tell
all about their ills to a physician.
Such women can surely explain their symptoms and their
suffering by letter to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn. Mass., for the con
Brenner. East Rochester, Ohio, who says : "I shrunk from
the ordeal of examination by our physician, yet 1 knew I must
have treatment. My troubles were backache, nervous tired
feeling, painful menstruation and
leucorrhcea. I am so grateful
to you now that I am willing to
have my name published to help
other girls to take their troubles
to you. Lydia E. Pinkham 's Vege
table Compound used as you wrote
me has made me entirely well
and very happy. I shall bless
you as long as I live."
Mrs. Pinkham receives thou
sands of such letters from grate
Miss Nellie Rcssell.
138 Grace St.. Pittsburg. 1
in a letter to Mrs. Pink
ham savs : From child-
hood I suffered from kidney
trouble and as I grew older
my troubles increased hav
ing intense pain running
from my waist to my womb
menses were very painful. C
seeing your advertisement in
our papers. I wrote to you.
When your reply came I began taking
your Compound and followed your advice
and am now in perfect health, and would ad
vise any ladv rich or poor to take Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which I can praise above all
other remedies. It is a wonderful help to women."
tno neTT fnemrxrs or the raad will be
allowed to si-ak their own language,
and adds that the acceptance of these
terms would at once remove the ten
sion and would, in all probability, ren
der unnecessary any further interven
tion of her ma.J-stys government to
secure redress for grievances which
the tiitlanders themselves would lie
able to bring to the notice of the ex
ecutive council and vi.lkraad.
XO TIME l.i riXLD.'""
Chamberlain. However. Vrgm an Imme
diate Itepl.T Franchise FropotaU
TLe note does not hx a limit of time
In which a reply must !e forwarded,
but says: "Her majesty's government
Is increasingly impressed with the
danger of further delay iu relieving
the strain which has already caused
so much injury to the interests of
South Africa, and it earnestly presses
for an immediate reply. If tin's is ac
eiKled to the government will be ready
to make immediate arrangements for
a further conference betw-en the
president and the high commissioners
to settle all details of the proposed
tribunal of arbitration and the ques
tions r.'ferred to in my note of Aug.
Z. which are neither uitlander griev
ances nor questions of the interpreta
tion of the convention, but which
might be readily settled by friendly
communication between representa
tives of the two governments.
"If, however, as they most anxiously
hope will not be the case, the reply
of the Transvaal should be negative
or Inconclusive. I am to state that her
majesty's government must reserve
to themselves the right to consider the
situation ,lc novo and formulate their
own proiHisalx for a final settlement."
The exact franchise proixisnls which
Chamberlain says tireat Britain is still
prepared to accept with the court of
inquiry proviso are live-years fran
chise, a share for out landers in the
election of the president and equal
rights and increased representation for
the gold tields to the extent of eight
new seats. These were presented by
President Krugor Aug. l'.. ami later
Cape Town. Sept. 11. It is asserted
in -wriK.-imicr circles iiore mat tne
Transvaal government will accept the
British note, leaving the question of
suzerainty on the basis of the con
vention of lKx-l. m
Pretoria. Sept. 14. President Kruger
and the executive council met here
last evening to consider the reply to
be m. id" to the British secretary of
state for the colonies. They are still
conferring by telegraph with the Or
ange Free State. The decision is anx
iously awaited by the crowds outside
the executive building.
A coiiimii'iication has been received
from the imperial government stating
that although anxious for a prompt re
ply, the imperial authorities do not
desire to tie the Transvaal authorities
down to forty-eight hours. The reply
will ossIbTy conic before the volks
raad today. The decision of the exec
utive will undoubtedly be influenced
by the action of theOranire free State.
TARTAR ALLOWED TO CLEAR.
Detained Transport to Continue Her
Washington. Sept. It. Oil. Met
calf cabled that British oflicials at
llonjr Konir had allowed the clearance
papers of the Tartar. It is-xpected
the transport will proceed to the
United States at once.
It is supposed clearance papers
were allowed upon the suggestion of
the British foreign otlice to the British
consul at Hong Kong it would be
unwise to interfere with an American
transport. Another dispatch from
Metcalf in reply to one sent yesterday
states that the Tartar is not over
crowded, and the food is as good as on
other transports leaving Manila. He
said the trouble arose anion;; the dis
charged regular soldiers, who are re
turning home on ship.
fidence reposed in her has never been
violated. Over a million women have
been helped by her advice and medicine.
Mrs. Pinkham in attending to her vast
correspondence is assisted by women
only. If you are ill, don't delay. Her
reply will cost you nothing and it will be a
practical help as it was to Miss Ella E.
of 1 1
one of r!"' f
TRUST HOW OS TRIAL
Before a Body of Business Men
sind Publicists at the West- -
KANT LABOE LEADERS TAKE PART
Getting Recognition In tbe Conference for
Tbeir Organizations Prof. Jenka and
Prof. Adauia Stato the Problems To lie
Solved Texas Man Goes for scalps and
Gets the Applause Win. Wirt Howe Is
the Permanent President.
Chicago, Sept. 14. At the openin
of the second day of the trust confer
ence a resolution was passed for the
appointment of a committee ion reso
lutions, consisting of one member
from each state, to whom all resolu
tions will lie referred. Tbea the de
liberations waxed warm over the
proposition to have all resolutions re
ferred to the committee without read
ing or debate. Pro-trust people and
antis were fearful, and it became evi
dent that one side or the other would
secure control and bind theminorit v to
something of w hich.they disapproved
After a long discussion, it was
cided to refer resolutions to the com
mittee direct, with the understinding
that at the last div of the conference
it would be in older for the mover of
anv resolution to call it up if not re
ported by the committee.
Chicago. Sept. 1 1. The great confer
ence uu the tLses and abuses of trust
combinations legan yesterday with
less than half of the delegate iu at
tcndancei New Yorlc. headed by V
Itourke Cochran, ami "i Iscousiu were
most numerously represented. Th'
meeting took place at Central Musi,
j hall, and was called to order at 10:3t
i by I'ranklin II. I lead, the temporary
chairman appointed by the Civic Fed
eration, on whose call the conference
was arranged for. Attorney lieucral
Akin welcomed the delegates to Illi
nois on liehalf of (lovcruor Tanner,
who by illness iw prevented from
appearing in person. Ir. Taylor wel
comed the delegates to Chicago on be
half of Mayor Harrison. There are
probably Km tardy delegates, most of
whom will lie here during the confer
I'nion Labor Demands Recognition.
In the process of organization it was
finally resolved tliat the Civic Federa
tion, through its chairman, should con
duct the meeting yesterdav: that a
committee on programme bo named,
consisting of one man from each stau-
delegatiou and oue from each organ
ization. national iu its scope. The la
bor organizations did not secure recog
nition as entitled to a committeeman
until vigorous siieoehes had been made
by August tiaiis and John W. Hayes.
Knights of Labor delegates. Hayes
created something of a sensation " by
ileclaring in language as scornful as it
was vigorous that he didn't intend to
be classed with the Xew Jersey dele
gation, even if he did vote iu that
"cradle of trusts."
Prof. Jenks Outline the Problem.
Chairman Head delivered an address
In explanation of the call for a con
Terence, and the tirst paiier on the sub
ject before the gathering was that of
Professor Jenks, under the caption of
l'rolilems lie fore the Conference." He
said that he could not expect to state
clearly all of the questions raise,! by
me growth or these industrial com
binations, but would mention some of
the most important ones. Some of
these were: How far can an establish
ment which sells ouly a high j.ier
centage. say to !X per cent, of the
total product, secure inonoiiolist ie
gains? Is competition to be consid
ered free when one establishment con
trols from 7." to !H jier cent, of the en
tire product in market? Is the prin
ciple of combination the same in capi
tal and in labor? What would lie the
efTect tin trusts of the aliolition of the
tariff and patent laws? The question
of over capitalization. Effects of -om-hinatious
in prices, on wages, on middle-men.
and finally what form of leg
islation is wisest?
Traat-lfammcrinr Speech Applauded.
The h of Wooten. of Texas,
hammering the trusts in a merciless
manner, aroused the wildest enthusi
asm In ihe ranks of the lalior repre
sentatives and delegations from many
western and southern states, while the
easterners generally smib-d criticallv
made no demonstration. He declared
that a commercial and industrial liond
ace is lieing rapidly imposed upon the
toil and talents of Tii.m . American
citizens by the syndicated wealth of a
few great corporate monopolies.
PKOGKESS OX ORGANIZATION.
Some of the Defecates Named few .,.,.
and Other Bodies.
The afternoon session opened with
a pa-ier by Professor II. Adams, of
the Cniversity of Michigan, on the
same subject asJenks. Theseaddresses
were received attentively. I-rofes-sor
John t.'tahaiu Brooks, f Cam
bridge. Mas., and William Fortune,
president of the Indiana state board
of commerce, also spoke.
ihe committee on iiermanent organi
zation met after the afternoon ad
journment of the conference. Among
state delegates named were: Iowa. I.
I. Healy: Michigan. Ceorge W. Mc
Bride: South Iakota. Freeman
Knowles: Wisconsin. A. M. Jones.
Ielegates of other organizations:
National Socialist ic League. A. M.
Simmons: tariff reform committee of
the Beforni club. Lawson Purdy;
American Social Science association.
W. A. t'iles: National t'ralu and IVrv.
vision association. S. II. relv: Na
tional Orange. H. El Ilnxley: Associa
tion of Western Manufacturers. Hon.
tieorge Briekner; National Allian-e of
Theatrical Stale Lauuloyes of Amer-
iea. loo ai. liart: New Kngiand Free
Trade League. Byron xv. Holt: Amer
ican Acauemy of Political and Social
Science, Kdmond J. James: " Illinois
Commission Men's association, t'eorge
H. Holden: Order of Kailwav Con
ductors. K. E. Clark; Brotherhood of
locomotive I-iremen. . S. Carter:
Brotherhood of Kailway Trainmen. I"
11. Morrissey; National Association of
Manufacturers, Theo. C. Search: Na
tional Millers' association. F. H. Mn de-
burg: National Single Tax League
Walter A. Lantz: American Anti-Trust
League. M. L. Lockwood: Bricklayers
and Masons of America. M. II. t"rady;
Northwestern Traveling Mens asso
ciation. tJeorgp II. Heed; United Car-
ment Workers of America, Ilenrv
White: Commercial Travelers' Nation-!
al League. P. K. Howe; Kx-Offlcio.
Franklin II. Head and Ualph M. Kas-
William Wirt Howe was selected as
chairman of the meeting and after a
hot discussion was elected iiermanent
chairman of the conference, though
three vice chairmen, each to preside
during one da v. were selected as fol
lows: Thursday. Ludley Woolen. Tex
a; Friday. Mayor H. B. Johnson.
Colorado: Saturday. S. 1. Corliss. New
York. Kalph M. Easley was selected
us iiermanent -secretary.
PIATT'S SON IS QUESTIONED.
Blazet Inaulsition Gets Very Little from
the Senator's Heir.
New York. Sept. 14. The most Im
portant and interesting witness at yes
terday's session of the Mazet legis
lative investigating committee was
Frank II. Piatt, son of United States
Senator Piatt, and junior memlier of
the law tirin of Tracy. Bourdmnn A:
Piatt. Piatt was called as a witness
for the purpose of throwing additional
lijiht upou the organization and the
plan and scope of the Kaniapo Water
comnanv. As a matter of fact he did
not give very much iufonnatioii.
Questioned by Hoffman, who repre
sented the Itemocratic minority in the
committee. Piatt decliued to answer
regarding the amount of stock which
he held iu the City Trust company, and
when pressed for an explanation said:
"It is none of your business.
Silas 15. Dntcher. the president of
the Kaniapo Water company, was also
ijucsiioticd. but he did not give detail
concerning that organization.
COAL OIL STARTS A FIRE.
.Two Women Are Hurneil to Death anu m
Man ltadly Scorched.
Cleveland. .. Sept. 14. Mrs. Bea
trice Markalana and her daughter
Angelina, aged !, were burned to
ilea th, aitd Joseph Markalana. the
husband, badly injured yesterday at
their home, No. 34 Water street, as a
result of tin attempt by the girl to
fd.-trt a tile in the cock stove with
The can exploded antr mother and
daughter were instantly enveloped iu
flames. They were burned in a hor
rible manner and bolh died soon after
reaching the hospital. Joseph Marka
lana. the husband, received serious
burns in extinguishing the names.
THEY ARE ORDERED HOME.
Two ICcinalnluc Philippine Commission
ers Called Back.
Manila, Sept. 14. Colonel Denny and
Professor Worcester. Philippine com
missioners, have been ordered home
to leave here as soon as possible. They
will sail from Hong-Kong on the Km-
press of India, which leaves that" port
It is not known whether the clerical
force will also go. The commissioners
id just moved Into new offices and
had expected to siiend sonic mouths
working on the establishment of mu
Scores on the Rail Field.
;o, Sept. 14. Following are the
scores made at base ball yesterday: At
New York Chicago 2, New York 13;
at Brooklyn Pittsburg 3. Brooklyn 4;
at Boston St. Iouis 3. Boston i; sec
ond game' St. Ixmis 3, Boston ."; at
Philadelphia Cleveland' 2. Philadel
phia S; at Baltimore Louisville 4. Bal
timore 3; (second game) Louisviile 4,
Baltimore 1;; at AVasliington Cinciu
cat! 14. Washington 4; (second game)
Cincinnati 3, Washington li.
Iong-DUtance Wireless Telegraphy.
Dover, Sept. 14. The British Asso
ciation for the Advancement of
Science successfully exchanged cour
tesies yesterday with the French So
ciety f(,r the Advancement of Science,
now in session at Boulogne-Sur-Mer,
using wireless telegraphy for the pur
Yellow Jack Still Increases.
Key West. Fla.. Sept. 14. Thirty-
five case of yellow fever have lieen
reMrted in the past twenty-four hours.
hirteen of which were adults, the re
mainder chidren, making a total to
date of 2T3. No deaths have beeu re
ported in ihe past twenty-four hours.
Heavy Storm Damage In Bermuda.
Hamilton, nermuaa. sent. 14. A cv-
clone swept over this island Tuesdav
night. Houses were blown down and
others were unroofed. The storm
raged the whole of Tuesday night. No
lives were lost, but heavy damage was
done to public and private property.
Ills Arm Torn to Shreds.
Niles. Mich., Sept. 14. Frank Mor
ris, employed by the Michigan Wood
Iulp company, was -aught in a wind
ing shaft and whirled around several
times. He is terribly injured, his right
arm having been nearly torn to shreds.
Elkes Rreaks Many Records.
Philadelphia. Sept. 14. Harry Kikes,
the champion middle-distance rider.
List night in a race of an hour against
time broke all world's records from
one mile to the hour, going 3J miles
and i47 yards in the sixty minutes.
Sndden Death of m Pioneer.
Wabash. nd.. Sept. 14. George
Duck, aged G. one of the oldest and
most prominent business men in Wa-
basti. was found dead la a bed room
of bis residence Tuesday afternoon.
He was in bis usual bealti apparently
MEN'S SUITS WORTH $15
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS WORTH f 1,
MEN'S PANTS WORTH $3 TO $4.
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
MEN'S BLACK HALF HOSE
CHILDREN'S SUITS. WORTH
MEN'S JEANS PANTS,
ALL STYLES LINEN COLLARS, WORTH
UNDERWEAR, WORTH 50c.
MEN'S AND BOYS1
CAPTURE OF A SCHOONER.
Americans Have a Sea l ight Near
niao, P. I.
Washington, Sept. 14. Admiral
Watson cables from Manila: "David
son, commanding theParagua, reports
a sharp engagement at Ualemao. Ihe
vessel was struck many times by rille
siiots. No casualties. The Paragua
silenced the insunrents' fire in 20
minutes. The range wa? 400 to 900
vards. The occasion was the capture
of a Filipino schooner, wh'ch Dav
idson destroyed." Balemao is in the
province of Masbate, south of Luzon
north of Visavas.
Manila. Sept. 14. Den by and Wor
cester, of the Philippine commission
are instructed by Mckinley to return
h-j soon as possible. They sail from
Hong.Kong the 2uth.
Manila, Sept. 14. The Filipino po
lice, numbering 2.0, began their du
ties today. Ihe force was controlled
by provost marshal.
Hammer, of Des Moines,
Wife and Self.
Des Moines. Sept. 14. l'riven in
sane through drink and despondency
Joseph Hammer last night shot his
wife through the head, lodav his
body was fouud on the river bank with
a bullet hole in the temple.
MANY PERISH IN A PANIC.
Thirty-Two Women and Children Crushed
Berlin, Sept. 14. Advices from
Kalisch, Rut siau P land, say 32 women
and children were crushed to death
and many injured in a panic in Syna
gogues, caused bv the upsetting of a
Export Exposition Opens.
Philadelphia. Sent. 14. In the
presence of thousands of visitors with
ceremonies unattended by ostenta
tion, the national export exposition
formally opened at noon with dis
tinguished visitors from all parts of
the country, including foreign diplo
mats and oflicers of the army and
Consnl tieneral'a tiloomr View.
London, Sept. 14 The consul gen
eral to the South African republic,
Montague White, said to the Associ
ated Press: have cood authority
for bciieving the Transvaal ieply will
be unsatisfactory to the British gov
v isconsln Pair a Success.
Milwaukee. Sept. 14. The state fair
Is a success. Tuesday proved that the
exhibit was flue. Yesterday's at
tendance was all that was needed to
make the fair a "go"' in every par
ticular. The weather has treated the
exhibition tieople and the public ad
mirably. People commenced to come
out to the fair early yesterday morn
ing and they kept a coming, until there
were 30.im or 3-I.Ot X) people on the ex
'Like diamond raindrops glisten."
Drops of Hood's Sarsaparilla are prec
ious jewels for the blood which glisten
in their use.
LONDON in Clothing
SUITS WORTH 4 TO $5,
(2 COLLARS) WORTH
1.39 TO f 1.75,
SUITS, WORTH $2.50 TO $3.50
Summer Goods Must Go. We
No Room tor Them,
Homes for Sale.
7-room bouse, modern,
9-room house, modern,
10-room bouse, modern, on
Third avenue 3 5, JO
H-roora house on Twelfth street 2.700
7-room liou-ie on Twelfth street l.floO
7-room house on Seventh avenue 2.rS00
W-room bouse on Eighteenth street 3.500
Modern house on Seventh avenue H.ftOO
Three .-vroom bouses on Forty first street 4.400
7-room house on Forty-first street 1,900
Modern house on Forty-third street 7,600
7-room house on Twenty-second street,
nearly new 3.500
9-room house, brick, on First avenue 3,600
8-room house on Twentv-tirst street, fur-
naee, modern S.OOO
8-room house on Seventeenth Rtreet, new 3,800
7-room bouse on r ortv-urst stret. two
7-room house and Hi lots on Ninth street.. 2,HS0
7-room house on Thirteenth avenue 2.600
7-room bouse on Thirteenth avenue .
4-room bouse on Ninth avenue H00
:!5-rom hotel, furnished R.xm
Four new houses, each "I.J00
Fine business property. 1 blrtv-eiVtith
Two 40-acre farms ne-ir Milan.
S40 acre farm near Andalusia.
1.100 acres south of Moline.
Two good business lota on Third avenue
Several fine lots In Black Hawk, Sturgeon,
Scbnell and South Park additions on reasona
Many fine hoTes In Columbia and Sonth
Park, Guyer's addition and Moline, for sale
cheap and on easy terms.
iteal estate, tire and life Insurance.
Much of the property that we have can be
bought on monthly entailments at a low rate
ofi merest. Kansas. Nebraska and South Da
kota improved farms for sale cbeap. Small
I arms lnrtocK island countv lor sale or trade.
Call or write.
HULL & CO.,
Mitchell & Lynde Building, Room 21.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Rock Island Savings Bank,
AT ROCK ISLAND.
State of Illinois, before the commencement of
iiu-iness on the nth day of September. ISW. as
made to the Auditor of Public j Accounts,
of the state of Illinois pursuant to law.
Loans and discounts
I 70S 76
Other bonds and secu
rities, inc. premiums
Other real estate t I8.0SO 37
Furniture and fixtures 1. 1 10 27
Due from National bks 15,239 66
Due from Stale Na
tional bks and Bark
ers 166.87H 41
Collections in tran
Cash on band:
a. tiold coin 00
b. Silver coin :w W
" treasury cir
tltlcates. 24,3! 00
c. National b'nk cur
rency 10.000 00
d. Lethal tender and
treasury notes. . . 8 000 Ou
nickels and cen's 45 76
1, 639,571 05
Capital stock raid In..
L nulvideu pronts less
exoenes and taxes
Time deposits, savisfrs l.xril.em 80
certlUcaies 140.644 61
Demand deposits, indi
vidual Due to other banks,
state banks and bank
ers 1.603 47
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
I. P. Ureenawalt. cashier of the Rock Island
Savings bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
I'. Gkkexawalt. CaAbier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th
day of beptemuer, ihm.
siAL.1 r. J. Ki-txer.
. Notary Public.
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ing prices. Every
couch a new one,
Values that you
cannot afford to
miss. Every one
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