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THJi AUGrTJA. MONDAY, AUGUST L'6. 1901.
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Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of nilnola, lra
Rock Inland County, f
In the Circuit court of said County, to the
September term, a. d. iwi. in chancery.
Ella Oberg vs. Martin Obeiir.
Amdavlt of the unknown residence of
the itald Martin Qberv. defendaant above
named, having been filed In the clerk's offlee
of the circuit court oi the sal a countr.
' notice la hereby given to the said
Martin Oberz, defendant asaforesaid. that the
eotnplalnant tiled her bill of complaint In
saia court, on tne cnancery siae there
of, on the 7tn ay or March. A.
!.. 101. and that thereupon a ummoni
issued out of said court wherein said bult
In now pending, returnable to the taid court in
tbc city of Kock Islacd. county aforesaid, on
tbe 6th dav of May, A. D. l'.01, which was tbe
first day of the May term. A. D 1101. of said
court, as Is by law required, and that said
e.ue ban been continued l tbe September
term or said court, to be noiaeu in tbe city or
Rock Island, county aforesaid, on tbe third
Monday of September. A. D. IJOl.
Now, unless you, the said Martin Oberg,
unknown resident defendant shall personally
be and appear before tbe atid clreait
court, on the flnt day of the next
September term thereof, bolden at Kock In
land, in and for nam county, on the third Mon
day of September next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainants biu or
complaint, tbe name and tbe matters and
think' therein charged and stated, will be
taken as confessed and a decree entered
ai.-a.nst you acoordlnv to tbe prayer of said
r u. uKi'Hi.r. v. uavhlk. circuit tiers
M'-RnistA M'.E.mbt, Complainant's Solici
Kock Islard, I1L, March 27, 131.
State of Illinois I
Rock Island County. (
In tbe Circuit Court of aald county, to the
September term. A. D.. 1)1. In chancery.
Alexander McConnell. complainant, m. Jo-
neph Sims, tbe unknown beirs or devisees of
Joseph Slm-H. deoaaed. and the unknown
owner or owners or the north twenty-six
and two-tbirtfn acres of tbe east half
H) of the southwest quarter (' of neetlon
number IS f !.): and tbe north thirteen and
one-third (13S) acres of tbc cut half C4 of
tbe went half ("4) of said southwest quarter
4 s) of said section fifteen (15), in township
number sixteen (Iti) north range number
3 went of tbe fourth (lib) principal merid
ian. In tire county of kock Island and state
of Illinois, or any part thereof, defendant.
To the above named non-resident defend
ants and each of tbem:
A rudavit of your non residence having been
filed In tbe office of the clerk of said circuit
court, notice Is hereby given to you. and to
each of you. that tbe above named complain
ant has filed In said court hLs bill of complaint
against you on tne cnancery aide or said
court, that a summons In chancery han been
Lssued In said cause against yc a, returnable to
the next Sentemoer term of said court, to be
begun and bolden at tbe court bouse In the
city or Kock island, in said county and state.
beginning on tbe tn'ra Monday in beptember.
A. D., lwl. at which time and place you will
appear and plead, answer or demur to aald
bill of complaint if you aee fit.
Dated at Kock. Island, Illinois, this 16tb day
or July, a. Li., iwi.
George W. Gamble,
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Sviikit A Walk kk, Complainant's Sellcl
Fstate of Amanda W. Ruffum, deceased.
The undersigned having Deen appointed ad- I
inlnlstrator of the estate or Amanda w. Hur
liira. late of the county of Kock Island, state of
IUinois, deceased, hereby gives notlee that ha
will appear before the county court of Rock
the city of Kock Island, at tbe October term,
on tbe first Monday In October next, at which
time all persons having claims against aaia
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for tbe Durooae of having tbe same adjusted.
AU persons indebted to said estate are re
Quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated ibis seta day or July. A. D. 1901.
A. A. B err cm, Administrator.
BREAK EVEII AGAIN
Rock Island Wins and Loses a
Game in Series With
PAIS OF INTERESTING CONTESTS
Results Around the Circu't Lo
cah at Rockford To
morrow. Ilaved. Won. Lost. Per OI
Terre Haute W I 37
Hloomtnrton ', 40 ,H
Cedar Kapida H'l 01 40 .rtot
Rockford ICO M 49 .Slfl
Davenport 1I 4rt M .4SS
Kvaosnlle t 41 fs .414
K.x-k Inland 100 41 Ml .410
Decatur lol 3 6J .370
Rock Island at Rockford.
Cedar Rapids at Davenport.
Evansville at Decatur.
Bloominton at Terre Ilaate
Now f4 tbe time when te pennant races.
A nd lurioui. are drawing to a close.
J ha manairen of winning teama rejolcw.
Ana a 1 tbeirilttle wi 1 1 wl.h rapture glo s.
Hut the tati-endem, they vbi oarry weight.
Are feel ng line tbe far a aray 3J oentt
No lun to' tbm their llvsarnoe sal round
Of losing games and bachelor, insolence
Jamet Whit soinb Kiley
There's do getting aroand the fact
that jesterdaj's defeat was a sweep
ing one from ererj standpoint. With
13 hits by the Tisitors and seven
errors bj Rock Island, equivalent to
'20 hits bj the former, the cause of
the showing made is plain. Hughes
was being hit freely and Graham
took his place in the fifth and closed
the case for the defense. Wcnig
threw for Davenport and put up a
good article. The visitors1 fielding
The attendance was large, evincing
the rivalry that exists between the
two towns over the national game
and the crowd was of tbe liveliest
Rock Island's one run was made
in the sixth and it was gratefully re-
ccived. Kebjamen made a nice hit
and Tate pounded out what but for ad
vereo winds would have been a home
run over tne Dae it fence, it was
aimed a tritle high, however, and
when it came down Smith was leaning
up against the fence waiting for it
Mullaney advanced Rebsamen, but
was out, and (J'lsrien's clean hit
brought the run, Shannon dropping
the bail at tne plate. Hopkins Hew.
Several times things looked very
promising for more, but in each in
stance something turned up.
Accident (ilvea First Scores.
Davenport's first runs came through
accident in the second inning. Wein
rauch hit and Lippert walked and
Shannon sacrificed tbem on. Birmics-
hani hit to Hoy and he threw home,
easily beating Weihrauch, but the
latter knocked tbe ball from Arthur's
hand and out into the grass and Lip
pert followed home. On Middleton's
error Lyon was sale, but vt enig
forced and XU1 popped up. Lippcrt's
3-base hit iu the third brought an
other. Smith flew. King hit and after
Weihrauch had popped up Lippert
made good. Shannon fanned out.
The slaughter came in the fourth.
Birmingham led with a 2-bagger and
Lyon lived on a slow one. Wenig
lined out for two and a run was
counted. IS ill was tafe on Hoy's
slow work and Smith survived on an
error in the same place. King was
out. but v eibrauch lived and then
Graham went into the box. Lippert
drifted to Rebsamen, Shannon hit
and Birmingham grounded. Six runs
were made. In the fifth Lyons
walked, Wenig sacrificed and N ill's
hit brought in the run. Smith went
out on a high one and King lived on a
hit, stealing second. Weihrauch
lived on Hoy's error and another run
came. Lippert flew ta Mullaney.
The bases were filled in the eightn,
Weihrauch and Lippert each hitting
and Shannon beintr hit. Lyons was
out on alow one, Birmingham fanned
and Wenig Hew ont, but one score was
R. H. r. A. E.
Hoy, ss and 2b 0 0 3 1 3
Middleton, Zb ana ss. . 0 1 'J 1 1
Rebsamen. rf 1 2 2 0 0
Tate, If 0 0 0 0 0
Mullaney. lb 0 0 12 0 1
O'Brien. 3b 0 1 0 3 0
Hopkins, cf 0 1 3 0 0
Arthur 0 1 6 1 2
Hughes, p 0 0 0 2 0
A c'U if
Graham, p 0 1 0 1
Total. . 1 7 27 9
R. II. P. A. E
Kill. 2b 2 2 2 3
Smith, cf 1 0 3 0
King, 3b 13 15
Weihrauch, rf 3 2 2 0
Lippert, If 1 2 1 0
Shannon, c C 1 5 1
Birmingham, lb .... 1 1 7 2
Lyons, ss 2 1 4 0
Wenig, p 1 1 2 1
Total 12 13 27 12
Rock Island... 0 0000100 0
Davenport 0 2 1 6 2 0 0 1 012
Two-base hits Rebsamen, Bir
mingham. Three-base hit Lippert
Stolen bases Weuig, lyng, Weih
rauch. Bases on balls off Hughes
1; off Graham, 1: off Wenig,
Struck out by Hughes, 1; by Gra
ham, 4 ; by Wenig. 3. Time of game
1:45. Umpire Mesnier. Attendance
At H looming ton.
It was another pitchers battle with
MjGreevy, the steadiest. He was
also given perfect support, tne held
ing of the home team at times being
on the phenomenal order. King ex
celled at short. Kennedy averted a
shut-out for Evansville by hitting for
a home ran in the ninth with two
outs. The score:
Bloomington ..0001001 1 3
Evansville 0 0 0 0 U u o u l l
Batteries McGreevy and Belt
McCord and Roth. Hits Blooming
ton 7. Evansville 8. Errors Bloom
ington 0, Evansville 3.
At Cedar Kapida.
A triple by Hale and single by Nor-
com sent in tne only run oi tr.e game
Mcrarland pitched in cyclone form
Nine of tbe visitors were left on
Cedar Rapids... 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Kockford uuuuuuuu u u
Batteries McFarland and Weaver,
Ovens and Htnford. Hits Cedar
Rapids 6. Rockford 6. Errore Cedar
Rapids 4, Rockford 0.
Decatur outbatted the leaders and
on in the eighth. Score:
Decatur 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5
Terre Haute... .0 0000100 0-
Batteries Dorner and Wilkinson,
Swaim and Starnagle. Hits Deca
tur 6, Terra Haute 4. Errors Deca
tur 1, Terre Haute 4.
WIN FKETTT OAMK SATURDAY.
White Sox Outplay Tbair Opponents
Some Meat Feat a res.
Saturday's game was as pretty ai
one could wish to see. Both sides
were playing ball all the time and the
errors were not costly. Milton served
up a nice article, clearly outpitching
Scanner. Middleton played great
ball at second and Hopkins gobbled a
whole cagefal of files out in central
park. Tate's S-bagger brought in tw o
runs. Hoy brought in two runs iu
the second inning with a nice 2-bag
ger and the locals kept a safe lead
over the visitors from tnat time on.
In the eighth, when it was three and
two, a pairof runs cinched tne matter
Although tbe visitors wet their bats
from tbe water bucket and rubbed
them with dirt they were unable to
catch up. There was a big week day
crowd and many Davenporters were
out. The score:
K. H. P. A. E
Hoy. ss 0 3 3 1 2
Middleton. 2b 0 1 4 3 0
KebsameD, rf 2 1 0 0 0
Tate. If 1 3 1 0 0
Mullaney. lb 0 0 6 0 0
O'Brien. 3b 1 0 0 2 1
Hopkins, cf 0 0 5 0 0
Arthur, o 1 0 8 1 0
Milton, n 0 0 0 0 0
5 7 27 7 3
R. II. P. A. E
Kill. 2b 0 1 0 H 0
Smith, cf 0 2 0 0 0
King, ss 0 1 4 1 2
Birmingham, lb 0 0 13 1 0
L'ppert. If 0 0 0 0 0
Shannon, o 1 1 5 4 0
Weihrauch., rf 0 1 0 0 0
Lyon. 8b 1 0 2 1 0
Stauffer, p 0 0 0 1 0
Wenig, p u u o u 0
Total 2 6 21 14 2
Bock Island ..1 2000002 5
Davenport.... 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2
Two-base hits Hoy. Smith. Three-
base hit Tato. Bases on balls
Milton 1, StautTer 2 Hit by pitched
ball Lyons. Struck out Milton 8,
Saturday morning Tate, of the
Rock Island team, remarked to a
croup cf fans in front of The Ak;us
office that be had recavcred his bat
tirg eye, and proposed to give a good
account of himself with the willow
We'll have a chromo of you doing
any more batting this year," spoke
Yoo watch me," was Tate', ro-
Whereupon a representative of The
Ahucs. who happened to overhear
the conversation, suggested to Tate
that The Argus would publish the
chromo of him in its next issue pro
vided he made three timely hits dur
ing the Saturday game.
Watch me," said Tate, "and see
if I don't make good."
Tate did make good, and herewith
appear his chromo. j
Stauffer 4. Time 1:30. Umpire
Results elsewhere: At Blooming
ton. Evansville 7, Bloomington 5 (10
inninsrsl. at Dacatur. Terre Haute 9
Decatur 3, at Cedar Rapids, Rockford
12, Cadar Rapids 6.
Notes of the Diamond.
Umpire Camp was assaulted by both
teams in the Bloomington-Evansville
game at Bloomington Saturday, lie
stood the music, however, and did
not put his assailants out of the game
Kock island plays in Kociora to
morrow and Wednesday.
The next games to be s:en on the
home grounds will be Thursday and
rrluay with Cedar Rapids.
The Rockford team has had an ofTer
to go to Wisconsin for a series of
games after the season closes, and
Decatur Review: Fans at the Ha
are swelling up over having a win
ning team and are now talking a bet
ter league next year with a salary
limit of $1,000 a month instead of the
present limit. That means that De
catur won't be in.
The Decatur Review says that no
one need worry about the Decatu
team not caring whether tbey win the
games, but how much money is taken
in, for that club will pull through
the season. This is gratifying to the
other teams, as this will mean a most
successfut season in a minor league
President T. J. Hickey.of the West
ern league, has sent letters to the
minor league presidents all over the
country carrying out President Sex
ton's suggestion of a meeting for or
ganization bo called as soon as possi
ble at a place tbe most convenient.
In the game yesterday morning at
the Twelfth street park between teams
from the Woodmen oflie and Loras
council, K. C, the latter won, 7 to 6
It was a lively contest from start to
finish. Jack Evors. of tne Davenport
league team, umpired.
The Davenport papers were dis
tressinerly blue yesterday. So we did
what we could to cheer tnem up.
The Davenport fans wero so hilar
ious on their way homo from yes
terday's game tat the bridge guard
was obliged to call tbem down twice
e re glad we made them glad, any
Capt. Connors, Centertielder Kin
lock and Pitcher McGreevy all reside
in Bloomington. With these three
fast ones as a nucleus, a manager has
an easy matter in getting together a
strong banch. When Connors pe
cared Belt he got a top notcher.
Bennett a red socks won again yes
terday. vanquishing the South l'ark
Elms, 23 to 12. The winners made
two doable plays and in the last in
ning with no one out and tnroc on
base, they retired the side with a tri
The l'eorias, or a team composed oi
Peoria oilice employes, lost Saturday
afternoon to a picked nine from Henry
Dirts Sons and the beorge wnite
Duggy company. The score was 19
to 11 in five innings.
In the Other Leag-aee.
Chirnffo. Aur. 2ii. Following are the
scores ruado by National f.oacu Hub
Saturday: At Boston riiihuk'lphla
I.?, lioston a; at Cliienso Sf Louis 1
Chloapo 5; nt Cincinnati and Pittsburg
Itain. (Sunday) At Cincinnati
rittsburtr C. Cincinnati 3; at Chicap
St. Louis o, CliicaKO 3.
American League 'Saturday: At Bal
timore Chicago 4; Baltimore 10: at
Washington Milwaukee 1. Washing
ton 0; at Bo.ston Cleveland 4, Boston
Western Association: (Saturday)
At Grand Rapids Matthews -J. (Irand
Kapids !: at Toledo Marion Toledo
1H: at rrt Wayne Wheeling T: Fort
Wayne (; at Columbus Davtou T. Co
lumbus L (Sunday) At Toledo Mar
ion 2. Toledo : (second game) Marlon
.". Toledo 4: at Fort Wayne Wheeling
I-ort tayue 4: at Columbus Day
ton 2. Columbus 1: at Grand Rapids
Mattliews (. Crand Itaplda 11.
SEYLER'S DRUG STORE
AT PREEMPTION ROBBED.
The drug store of J. H. Seylcr at
Preemption was broken into Saturday
night and a quantity of silver knives.
forks and spoons and some jewelry
and cigars were taken. Mr. Seyler
oners a reward of f oO for the capture
of tne guilty parties.
Expression of Thanks.
Rock Island. 111.. Aug. 2t, 1901
Spencer Mattison, Kdq., City. Dear
bir: 1 take this opportunity of ex
pressing to you and the bead oflicers
of the Modern Woodmen of America
my thanks for tbe prompt payment
of the benefit certificate of my late
husband. John t. Kosenbeld, in that
order. Mr. Rosen field died Aug. 9
last, was buried Aug. 12, and today,
just two weeks from the date of his
burial, 1 have received from you as
clerk of the local camp to which he
belonged, tne cash, fJ.OOO. being the
full payment of his benefit certificate.
Such prompt payment by the order of
its obligations to the beneficiaries of
its members can not bat inspire con
Gdence in its members and contribute
to the upbuilding of the order, as well
as render thankful those who receive
such substantial benefits in the time
Kathekine L. Rqsenkield.
Their Secret Is Oat.
All Sadieville, Ky., was curious to
learn the cause of the vast improve
ment in tbe health ef Mrs. S. P. Whit
taker, who had for a lone time en
dured untold suffering from a chronic
bronchial trouble. "It's all due to
Dr. King's New Discovery," writes
her husband. "It completely cured
her and also cured our little errand-
daughter of a severe attack of whoop
ing cough." It positively cures
coughs, colds, la grippe, bronchitis,
all throat and lung troubles. Guar
anteed bottles 50 cents and $1. Trial
bottles free, at Uartz & UUemeye
Position as Head of Ball Team is
Relinquished By Harry
THIRD CHANGE THIS SEASON
President Mungrer Challenges
Davenport to Series of
Harry Sage last night relinquished
the management of the Rock Island
baseball team and Dominies Mullaney,
first baseman and captain, was elected
to the position. Sage asked two
weeks ago to be relieved, not alone
because of the losing gait tbe team
had struck, but partly owing to the
fact that it seemed bid luck followed
his every plan, no matter how well
laid it might be. lie bad just begun
to understand the players and tbey
him, and all regret to see him leave
This is the third change in the man
agement of the Rock Island team this
season, Harry Tate having been sue
ceeded by Sage two months ago.
"I will expect the boys to give the
public the be I they have while on
the ball field," said Manager Mul
laney. "Of course there are only a
few more games until tho end of the
schedule, and we are pretty close to
the bottom of the row, but we will
fight for them as hard as if we were
tied for first place."
A CIIALLENOK TO DAVKNPOKT.
President Monger Invites Neighbors to
Play Serlea of Seven Game.
President J. F. Munger, of the
Rick Island association, issues the
following challenge to tho Davenport
"Inasmuch as Davenport and Rock
Island have played 14 regular sched
ule games and each having won
seven, honors are still even, and it
will require another scries to deter
mine the respective merits of tbe
teams. Therefore, as president of
tho Rock Island association, I hereby
challenge the manager of the Daven
port association to a scries of seven
games, to be played immediately after
the close of the schedule season, tho
first three Sept. 9, 10 and 11, on tho
Davenport grounds; the next three
Spt. 12, 13 and 14, on the Bock
Island grounds, the city in which the
concluding game is to be played to be
decided by drawing lots.
It is further understood that the
two teams are to play as presently
composed, and the ono winning the
majority of games is to be declared
the champion of the two cities."
The laws of health require that the
bowels move once each day and one
of the penalties for violating this law
Is piles. Keep your bowels regular
by taking a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets when
necessary and you will never have
that severe punishment inflicted upon
you. 1'rice, zo cents, nor saie by
WLat most people want is some
thing mild and gentle, when in need
of a physic. Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a
dot. They are easy to take and pleat-
ant in ctlect. tor sale by ail drug
gists. Eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and
sores of all kinds quickly healed by
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Certain
cure lor pues. uaware oi counter
feits. Be sure you get the original
DeWitt's. B. U. Bieber and Hartz &
An English association regarding
woman's happiness has offered a re
ward of X'oOU for a greater blessing to
woman than Rocky Mountain Tia.
Sensible move. T. H. Thomas' phar
319-321 Twentieth Street.
Bargains all This Week.
An eight day kitchen clock.
strikes the hour and half
hour, fancy wood case, each
one guaranteed 2.85
A large fancy enameled iron case with
gilt trimmings, with an eight day
time and strike, movement strikes
on a gong, each one guaran
Nickel alarm clock 62c
Gent's gun metal watches. stem
wind and set movement, they
are beauties, only 1.35
Gent's gold filled hunting caso watch
Hampden movement, stem wind.
Just the thing to go to see your
bsst girl with. Each one
We have just unpacked one of tbe
finest lines of parlor lamps ever seen
n this part of tbe country. Ibey
arc all the very latest designs, direct
from tbc factory, step in and have
a look at them when you are down
CASH PAID FOR OLD
GOLD AND SILVER.
Efrfma sets the skin cm fire. The
the blood are forced out through the pores of the 6kin,
causing intense redness, burning and itching. So terrible
is the itching at times, especially when the body is over
heated, that the almost distracted sufferer feels that he
could tear the skin to pieces, and that he must scratch or
go crazy. He knows from experience that this only
makes matters worse, but. made desecrate bv the terrible
burning and itching, he is for the time being indifferent to after effects. There
ere several forms of Eczema, the moist, or weeping kind, that comes in little pus
tules which discharge a watery, sticky fluid, which dries and peels o2 in bran-like
scales. So profuse is the discharge at times that large scabs or crusts form, which
are both painful and troublesome, and not easily removed. Red, disfiguring bumps
and sores are symptoms of Eczema. The dry form usually attacks the head,
hands and feet ; the ckin, becoming hard and rough, often cracking open and
bleeding, and attended with much itching. Eczema depends upon a poisoned con-
Mr. Jj. Marno, Escondido, San Xieg-o County,
Cal., writes : " My body broke out with a, rash
or eruption which in spite ot all efforts to cure
continued, to sot worso. The itching-, especially
at nisrht, was simply terrible ; it would almost
disappear at times, only to return worse than
ever. I bad tried many hisrhly recommended
preparations without benefit, and hearing- of S.
8. S. determined to g-ive it a fair trial, and waa
inexpressibly deligrhted when a few - bottlea
cured me entirely, removing; every blemish said
pimple from my body. X shall not fail to recom
xnend S. S. S. whenever an opportunity occurs.
forcing the poison baok into the blood. S. S. S. antidotes and neutralizes the acid
poisons and drives out of the circulation all impurities and humors, and the pure,
rich blood that is carried to the diseased skin quickly allays the inflammation,
opens the clogged up pores, and the skin becomes soft, smooth and ready to perform
its proper functions. To be rid of Eczema you must first purify and build up the
blood, and nothing so surely and effectually does this as S. S. S., the only guaran
teed purely vegetable blood purifier. Send for our book on blood and skin diseases,
and write our physicians for any information or advice you may desire. Medical
advice and book free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, QA
Central Shoe Store,
The Bogie Man.
Mitchell & Lvnde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8
6 p. m., and' Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel.
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TAUGHT AND CON
Brown's Business College,
Rock Island, III.
Tho Gregg System of Shorthand writing is being adopted by
schools everywhere. Many of the most prominent teachers
of the old systems are taking it up. It is easier to learn,
easier to write, easier to read, and more rapid. Its practi
cal results in the schools are amazing. This school has the
exclusive use of it In this city. Write for full particulars
regarding this marvelous system. Address
PRINCIPAL C. O. BENTLEY,
Rock Island, III.
acid TXisons in
tuiiou 01 (ue uioou, ana local
applications, while soothing
and cooling, and may to some
extent relieve the inflamma
tion and itching, cannot
be considered cures, because '
external ixuicdies do not
reach constitutional or blood
diseases. Salves, ointments,
powders, lotions and soaps do
more harm than good, by
smearing over and sealing up
the pores of the skin, thus
1712 Second Avenue.
The bogie man is often the collector
trying to "hold you up" for the
money vou are not quite prepared to
pay. You misht as well borrow
enough to pay off these small obliga
tions and put the matter in such shape
that it will not inconvenience you to
pay it back. We will loan it to you
on your furniture, piano, horses,
wagons, live stock or other personal
property, without removing it from
your possession. No delay or pub
licity. Any amount from $10 up
wards. It will save you care and
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your definite obligations and put you
on the right track in your search for
prosperity. Let us tell you all about
"The Kodak Girl."
This is the Kodak Girl who takes
pictuies with an Eastman kodak. A
look at her shows that, liko one's
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be carried in the hand without incon
venience. She buys her supplies at
Hartz & Ullcmeyer's, who are special
agents for Eastman Kodak Co., sup
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ways fresh, no old shop worn goods.
All goods kept in a dark room. Sat
isfaction guaranteed or money re
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