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mE ARGUS, TUESDAY, I? OVE3EBETI 11, 1902.
TBI TBATEtKBr OUIDB.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND
& Pacific Railway Tlcketa
can be purcbea svt ut)
Ticket omoe, 1813 seeoca ve
Be, or C , R L AP. depot
Fiftii kvuiM foot of Thirty-
first street ' Peoria branch depot, foot or
Twentieth street. Frank u. Piumaier, u. p. a
Golden Stave L anted
Denver Limited & Omaha. .
Ft. Worth, Denver K. C.
Davenport & Chlcaco
tOmaha St Minneapolis....
Colorado St Omaha
Dca Motne ft Omaha
Denver. Lincoln Omaha.
Des Moines Express
St. Paul & Minneapolis .
Denver, Ft. Worth AK.C.
IKansas City. St Joe & Calif.
J Roc it Island St Washington
Chicago St DesMolces
Rock island St Brooklyn Ac
tOmftba St Rock Island....
Kl Paso St San Francisco..
tCedar R.-plds. Tipton
it :20 am
r s:ft am
t 1-CO aaa
t 7:50 aoc
it 7:00 pm
It S:5J Dm
i 2:15 pic
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It 6:52 am
It 9 23 pm
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BOCK ISLAND AND PEORIA DIVI8IOW
Trains leave Twentieth siTeet station Main
line trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes in advance of time given.
Peoria. Snrlnefleld. St. I
9 40 pm
ti: 45 am
Peoria, Springfield, Indian
apolis. Cincinnati. Bioom-I
ington, t. iouis
Pcorli Kx Dress
Peoria, Indianapolis. Ctn-j
Cable ft Pherrard Accom.
Cable A Sherrard Accom.1
.Arrival, tneparture tDaUy. except Sue
day. Phone West W93. West 1128. West 1423.
M. J. YOTJNG, Agent.
g:S0 am Q:35 am
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42:50 pm 12:11 pm
s735 pm 7:10 pm
7:25 pm t7:l0 pm
6:20 am 0:20 pm
s7:40 pm fl.28 am
- 7-00 ara 7:00 pm
87:00 am 7X pro
Ss. iuuui. aprln;tield.
Ualesburg, Peoria and
Sterling. Mendota and
Peoria, BearCstown. Bur-
linooo, Denver and
El. Louts. Kansas City
Denver and Pact tic
Eterflnir and points in
termediate. East Molina (suburban) . .
Dubuque,' Clinton, La
uro6.se, 1 1 Paul, ama
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
s Stop at hock Island 25 minutes lor meals.
Daily. Dally except Sunday.
Telephone 11 SO.
& St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. L U S. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via "Illinois side of river.
Trains for Free port acd Milwaukee Vf ill run
,1a Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All truins will connect at Ssavannafor points
east acd vest.
) UiTI AHRiVB.
Dubuque and, St. Paul Pas
Dubuque and 2t- Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
All trams dally except Smday .
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
catine. New Boston, Keithsburg, Oquaw
ka and Burlington.
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4
Ronrnl-trip tickets good for 21 days
vill be sold on the first and third
Tuesdays of every month to Nebraska,
South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado,
Utah, and many other States at
with $2.00 added.
On the name days we will Bell One
Way tickets at practically half the
regular rates to Nebraska, Kansas,
Colorado, South Dakota, Wyoming,
Southwest Missouri, New Mexico, Okla
homa, Arkansas, Indian Territory,
Texas and Louisiana.
Call or write for particulars.
FRANK A. HART. Pass'r Afcmt C. B. Q. Depet
569 Telephone 1 180.
Fstate of Julius Goetz, deceased
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Julius Goetz,
late of the county of Rock I aland, state
of Illinois, deceased bereby glvea notice
that be will appear before h county court
of Kock In' and county at the eouatv court
room, in the city of Rook Island at the Janu
ary term, on thff first Monay in January next,
at which time all pentons having clsias against
said estate are notified and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same
All persona Indebted to said estate ara ra
qaested to make Immediate payment to tre
Dated this 20th day of Octob". A. D. 1902.
Jobbph Gkigbm, Administrator.
Give yourself a chance to make mon
ev. Complete course In Shorthand
120. Six months to learn. Cost only
a stamp to investigate. Address, in
English or German, jk. f . T,
MUTH. MUwunkiw. W. 'AUl,H"
Queer Law Case.
Not long ago a trial was re
ported where a man sued a
medicine concern which had
offered $100 for a case their
remedy could not cure. The
man had taken the remedy but
had not been cured. The
defence was that he had not
taken the medicine long enough.
He did not get the $100.
We allude to this because we .
want to show that Vinol does
not give a slippery guarantee. :
If the user comes back with
his empty bottle and says, "I
can't see that it did me any
good,' we say, "Sorry you
happen to be among the few
less than two in one hundred
here's your dollar I "
Vinol is a non-secret pleasant
compound of cod liver oil,
(greatest medicinal food
known), iron, and mild table
Mall Orders Supplied. SI per Bottle, Ex
Harper House Pharmacy
ALWAYS THE BEST.
DIRECT CONNECTION AT
Shreveport, Texas Points.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
24 Honrs Schedule between
New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Through Pullman Cafe and Parlor
Write for Printed Matter and Rates.
W. I.EEfSlFB. ill laaiai St.. CHICICO. II U,
B.r.BKttWJ. 7 Woodward m.DETBorr.SHB.
W. W. BlIHTJST. T. r.a.. - WiRBU.O.
fHiS.W. ZELL.B. f. 1.. CI1CIJITI..
W. t. KMEIKHOI, S. r. . - UJUJIUI,.
E. II. Gujer, Attorney.
State ot ni'ncls, I
Rock Island County, (
In the Circuit Court of sid eounty. In Chan
eery. Foreclosure. No. 509d.
Rock Island Mutual BulM'nir Loan & Savings
Je'a Jessen and Anna Jessen.
Notice is bereby Riven that bv vlrtne of a
decree or said Court entered In the above en
titled cause, on the 2-'d day ot Octo
ber. A. O., 1903, I shall, on Saturday, the
Twentv ninth dav or November. A. D.. lwc,
at the hour of two o'clock In the after
noon, at the north door of the Court House,
In the City of Bock Island, In said County
of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder fcr
cash in banc, tnat certain parcel or laca
situate ia the County of Rook Island, acd
Rtate of Illinois, known and described as
Beginning on the east Iloe of Forty-fourth
stee, in the city of Hook Isiacd, at a point
eight hundred and ninety s'x (MS) feet north
of the noith line of Eighteenth avenue (18th
avenue) In said eity; thence run east, ooe
bucdred ard twenty (120) feei; tbence north
forty-three (43) feet: tbenoe west to the east
line of ald Forty-fourth street; tbenoe south
along the east line of said street to the place
of beginning: being part of the southeast
Quarter (M) of the northwest Quarter (M) of
section No. six () in township no. seventeen
(1) north range ISO, one (1 west or the
fourth P kf
Dated at Moline. I linols, this fourth day of
November, A. L., 1902.
W. J. Entbikis,
Master In Chancery, Rock Island County. ID.
E. II. Uotik, Complainant's Solloltor.
JOHN VOLK & CO..
Also Manufacturers of Sash, Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered ' and Hard Wood
Flooring of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
At his home, 180U Riplejr street, at
8:10 o'clock Sunday night at the ape
of 78 years and 5 months, occurred
the. death of John I'helan, father of
Detective 1. ! I'helan. The deceas
ed was a native of Ireland, and for
46 years resided, in this cily. He was
a man of uianj- friends and of much
experience. He died at a ripe old age,
nd will be much lamented. Two sons
survive, E. M. Phelan. of this city,
with the carriage building firm of
(Jimbel & I'helan, and P. J. I'helan,
detective on the police department.
"he Davenport Maennechor, which
is the oldest singing society in the
city, now past the 50th year of its
existence, entertained its members
and friends in the small hall at Turn
er hall last evening. It was a ses
sion of song and sociability and those
privileged to attend were delighted
with the hospitality afforded. The
faennerchor was established here
nearly 52 years ag. aiwl is today
proud of the fact that it has still
affiliated with it two of the oldest
active sinjers in these parts A.
Kiepe and E. M. Nabstedt.
Several days ago the''Kldridge Sav
ings bank, through its attorneys. Ituy
mann & Kuymann. entered suit
against I. V. Van Xorstrand and V.
Van Norstrand, of .lelTerson county
to. recover upon a note in the sum of
$1,1M) alleged to have been executed
by the defendants to E. S. Jenks and
by him sold to that intsit ution. The
suit was brought in the district court
here. Now Comes the defendants,
through their attorneys. Neal Sr Neal.
and file a motion for a change of
place, alleging that the suit has lieen
improperly brought into this county.
and should have been instituted in
Jefferson county. An affidavit ap
pended to the motion, and which sus
tains it, alleges that the note thought
to be executed by the defendants
was a forgery jierpetrateri by K. S.
Jenks. and that the same fact was
known to the bank when it brought
suit, as also to Mr. Kuymann. the at
torney, and that the defendants in the
ease are residents of Jefferson coun
ty, wherein is situated the farmland
which secures the note in question.
Phe defendants deny the jurisdiction
of this court and ask a change of
place, and demand judgment in the
sum of about $106. the same being
exjenses incurred by the L. W. Van
Norstrands in coming to Davenport
to enter the defense to the suit tiled
Dr. J. W. Wcddell. pastor of Cal
vary Daptist church, performed the
ceremony which united in marriage
A. K. Stiles and Miss Flora Viola
Chamberlain. The contracting par
ties were both from Muscatine, la.
The marriage took place at 1423 Per
ry street, the pastoral residence.
Typhoid fever will be the subject of
discussion at the regular monthly
meeting of the Scott County Medical
society, which will be held at the St.
James hotel this evening. Supper ill
be served at 6:150 o'clock.
The Jletail Clerks are working to se
cure a membership of 100 by next
Thanksgiving day, on the evening of
which will be held their great annual
Thanksgiving ball, for which Stras
ser's orchestra will furnish the mu
sic. Armory hall has been secured
for that event, and a committee com
posed of Messrs. Leo J. Wynes, Wil
liam Carston, Henry P. Johnnsen. J.
J. Schebler and Charles II. liuff, has
leen named to look after the- ar
rangements. Kach member of the
organization is engaged in a cam
paign to swell the memlership to the
century mark at least by Thanksgiv
Sunday afternoon the Owl club
opened its new club house at 518 Ce
dar street, and entertained about 100
guests, from the l'eerless. Ideal, Guilt
Edge and 1).. I. & D. clubs, at a con
cert furnished by Snyder's orchestra
and with bounteous luncheon and re
Miss Kmma Ochs left yesterday for
Milwaukee for several months visit
From there she will go to Detroit be
fore returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yetter, of 200S
Ilowditrh street are entertaining
Mrs. A. Hcppers, of Cellar Uapids,
who is visiting here for several weeks.
Armour Co., the poultry end
of the Armour company, have leased
the old Dow. Oilman & Hancock Cres
cent, mill plant from the concern
which recently consolidated- with the
lloek Island Plow company, and will
occupy it as a poultry supply house.
The building is being renovated, and
a cold storage system installed. The
depot here will be the headquarters
of the Armours in the state of Iowa,
just as its meat depot at the foot
of Kock Island street looks after the
The Masons ot this city are plan
ning an interesting event in the form
of a reecptioit by the fraternity here,
including the lodge of the Eastern
Star, to the Master Masons of Daven
port. The Masonie temple, of course,
will be the scene of the event, and it
will be limited to the members of the
fraternity and their families. The
Master Masons will receive, and will
be tendered-the ompliments of the
season and showered with the honors
of the day. There will doubtless be a
program of ome kind, and, after the
fashion of this hospitable brother-
hood, there in likely to be some
thing to eat. The evening of Nov. 25
is set for the event.
The Forester Gun club held its
monthly shoot at the grounds north
of Central park Friday afternoon.
The contest for the gold medal sent
that trophy to Seiben, of Geneseo,
who broke 24 targets out of a possible
25. Goos, of this city, broke 21 out
of 25, and Maser followed with 20 out
of 25. Maser got the honors at the
live bird shoot, making 20 straight
points and getting every bird in both
Henry Meyer, the New Lilierty far
mer, whose case before the board of
insanity commissioners a month aigo
occasioned so much comment and
who was sentenced to Mercy hospi
tal for a 30 days investigation treat
ment, has been found to be thorough
ly insane and will be sent to Mt.
Pleasant for treatment in the course
of a few da vs.
The cornerstone for the handsome
new Central Methodist church being
erected at the corner of Fourteenth
and llrady streets, was placed in po
sition at 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon, which event marks an impor
tant eiMch in the history of this con
gregation, numbering over 700 mem
bers. The cornerstone laying was
attended by two splendid addresses,
one by Kev. O. IS. k.aite. M. A., 11. D..
pastor of the First Methodist church
at Mt. Vernon, and the oilier by Kcv.
II. O. Pratt, pastor of the First Melh
odist church at Manchester, Iowa,
both being former Davenport pastors.
At about noon yesterday Mrs. Isa
bella Dobler. wife of Jacob Dobler.
passed away. Death was due to a dis
ease which had taken its hold upon
her but a short time ago and occurred
at Mercy hospital, where she .ian
been taken in the hopes that an op
eration might save her life.
Yesterday morning at 9 o'clock oc
curred the death of Hans Goetsch at
his home. WOS West Ninth street.
This is the second time that death
has Kiid the Goetsch home a visit in
the last few months. Mrs. Goetsch
asscd away Sept. 22. Mr. Goetsch
had been ill but a few days. lie was
77 years of age and was born in I'rob-
stei, Germany. He came to this
count rv in lstil. coming direct lv to
this city, where he has made hi.
home ever since. One year ago Mr
anil Mrs. Goetsch celebrated their
goVlen wedding. Mr. Goetsch was
well known all over the city. He is
survived by seven sons. The children
are Henry. Jochim. Julius, AVilliam,
Ernest, John and Herman. The fti
neral will be held from the late fam
ily home tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock, with interment at Fairmount
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Another Low Kate EicanloB.
to eastern points reached by the Nick
el Plate road, will leave Chicago Nov.
11th, 12th and 13th, 1902, at rate of
one fare for the round trip, plus $3,
lly depositing return portion of tick
et with agent of terminal line at des
tination, a liberal return limit Will be
granted. John Y. Calahnn, general
agent. 113 Adams street, Chicago,
will be pleased to furnish any addi
The Best Remedy for Croup.
From the Atchison (Kans.) Daily
Globe: This is, the season when the
woman who knows the best remedies
for croup is in demand in every
neighborhood. One of the most terri
ble things in the world is to be awak
ened in the middle of the night by a
whoop from one of the children. The
croup remedies are almost as sure to
be lost, in case of croup, as a revolver
is sure to be lost in case of burglars.
There used to be an old-fashioned
remedy for croup, known as hive syr
up and tolu, but some modern moth
ers say that Chamberlain's Cough
Kcmedy is better, and does not cost
so much. It causes the patient to
"throw up the phlegm" quicker, and
gives relief in a shorter time. Give
this remedy as soon as the crotipy
cough appears and it will prevent the
attack. It never fails and is pleasant
and safe to take. For sale by all
If you are bilious and seeking ad
visers. Take De Witt's Little .Early Kisers,
Just before going to bed.
You will find on the morrow.
You are rid of your sorrow
That's all; just enough said.
These famous pills do not gripe, but
move the bowels gently and easily,
cleansing the liver. Their tonic ef
fect gives strength to the glands, pre
venting a return or the disorder.
Harper House Pharmacy, A. J.
Riess drug store, corner Seventh Ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
Foley Honey and Tar for coughs
and colds; reliable, tried and tested,
safe and sure. All druggists.
Jerome Magill suffered a stroke of
paralysis Saturday while at work in
the foundry of llarnard & Leas Manu
facturing company's, but today he is
The most remarkable game of
football ever played in the city, of Mo
bile was undoubtedly that of Satur
day in which the Lincoln School
Kloomers defeated the Irving School
Kloomers by a score of 3G to 10. Ow
ing to a rigid censorship of the de
tails we are unable to enlarge, but it
is said by those who stood off and
watched the game from afar that the
girls could run the ends, plunge
through the line and kick goals with
the best of them.
Yesterday morning it was announ
ced by the officials of the Moline, East
Moline & Watertowii Kailway com
pany that Thursday morning the for
mal opening of the road will take
place and that on Friday morning the
cars will be open to the public. No
schedule has been prepared as yet by
Engineer Maplcdoram, an I will not be
until the cars have been tried out "so
as to see in what shape they are and
to test them. All the fixtures and
small machinery has arrited and to
day the air brakes and motor con
trollers are being installed. This done
the wires will be connected and after
the electrical heaters are placed the
cars will be rcmly for business. It is
expected that both cars will be com
pleted by Fri;iay.
It is seldom a burglar tackles a
newspaper office, but t he Journal was
the "victim of a burglary between
closing time Saturday and 7 oVIcck
Monday morning, and as a result a
fine Oliver typewriter is. missing from
the editorial rooms. The thief evi
dently entered through a side window
on the north, gaining access to the
press room. His entrance from the
press room to the front office was
barred by the latch on the office side
of the door, but this was overcome
by breaking through a small delivery
window leading from the press room
to the main office, through which 1 lie
carrier boys receive their papers.
Once inside the editorial room, it was
an easy matter for Mr. ISurglar to
help himself to the writing machine,
pass it through the window ami crawl
after it. making off via the press
room window, where he had gained
an entrance. Nothing else in the of
fice was disturbed, the paste-pot and
editorial shears being found intact.
Thus, the paper will be issued as usu
al and there will be no delay in the
delivery of same.
A weak heart and a football game
proved to be too strong a combina
tion for Norman- Warr, a high school
student who dropped unconscious in
class yesterday and remained in that
condition for several hours. Friday
afternoon he played in the junior
senior game and, it is stated by the
physicians. overtaxed himself. At night
he was seized with an affection of the
heart which lasted for some time, but
ilid not prevent him from attending
school yesterday. In the zoology
class however, his classmates were
startled to see him drop unconscious
in his scat. Doctors were hurriedly
summoned and the time pending their
arrival put in with the administra
tion of handy restoratives. After sev
eral hours work by Drs. Miller and
eJl forms of Mala
rial a.rvd R-Kevi-mtevtic
Yon know the effect of Qui
You know the effect of
Combined they make the
llest Tonio known. ,
LEMBERG, $: BETLEFSEN,
Wholesale Liquor Dealers. R.OCK ISLAND. ILL. 1726 Third Avenue
Kohler the-young man was restored
to consciousness and removed to his
home in the ambulance. In the after
noon he was feeling better, but is in
no way out of danger, as any exer
tion may again bring on the affection.'
It has since been learned that Mr.
Warr was not only overtaxed in the
football game, but also received an
injury which makes his case a most
serious one. Any exertion on his
part may result fatally.
President John Sloeum and Secre
tary K. I!. Kerr, of the International
Ilrotherhood of Iilacksmiths, have
gone to New Orleans to attend the
national meeting of the American
Federation of Labor which is held
this week. This will be a highly im
portant session' and the Moline men
are prepared to take a prominent
part, as they represent one of the
most important unions in the federa
The fire alarm Saturday night was
a call to the home of M. ('. Ilulger,
4.1..".! Fifth avenue, where a barn was
almost entirely destroyed. The cause
of the fire is a mystery. The house
is just over the lloek Island line and
an alarm was sent in from a Moline
box, so the Mediae company respond
ed ami soon had the (ire out.
Nov. 7. Eliza Devore to Pearl Kcel
ey. p::ri l-.n L. block .". Port iiyron.
.1. I). Walton t. I'cnjaniin lleai:
inont. lots 1, J an 1 :!. block 7.). Anda
lusia. 1 !".
W illiam Ha use to Y. 11. Hickman,
lot I. Hl.ick Hawk Third add., Kock
A. ('. Hoi-man to II. Hunt, part lot
2, block 23. Ol I Tow n oT Moline. $2.
G. S. Schaible to Margaret Miller,
part lot (52 . 25. Ill, 1c. $500.
Catherena Doose to H. F. Hrnndt.
lot 1. oull.it 25, 19. le. $150.
Nov. 1. .lane Harmon to .lames
Howes, w'.i. lie',, 2:1, lfi, !!, ?1.
Moline Water Power company to
John Oscar Newquist. lot 2, block l.
Moline Power company's Seventh
add.. Moline. $500.
Laura E. Wilson to Mrs. Anna A.
Peterson, s 2(1 feet lot 5. and u 20 feet
lot 0, block .'!, Sinnet's add., lloek Isl
Xacharias Einfeltlt to Fred Schcrcr,
lot 2S. assessor's plat, 0. 17, Iw, $:.',
5on. Kock Island Lumber- Manufactur
ing company to Kock Island Sash -Door
Works, tract by metes and
bounds, sw'i. ni'l',, .';', IS, 2w, $1.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm
of F. J. Cheney v Co., doing business
in the city of Toledo, county and
state aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of $10O for each and
every case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. FKANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to lefore me and subserilied
in my presence this Cth day of De
cember, A. D. ISSfi.
Sea 1 J A . W. G LEA S( ) N
N tary Publ e.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by druggists. 75 cents.
Hall's Family Tills are. the best.
NO BITTER TASTE.
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Pride of Milwaukee. 4
Send Postal Card for New Uro-
chure Which Tells Why
BLATZ BEER IS RIGHT. J
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J IONIC rilKIHKWEAK
All Urugclsts or llrect.
4 V. Blatx Brewing Co, Milwaukee
4. t-EARDSLEY & HA1T.KY. Wholesale
4 Dealers.217 Eighteenth sit. Phone His f
vJ",2"2l Z"$f 'i'S "S'J r2' '21 'I1 v ! "J1 "I" 'I1 "l1
but if you have
destroys and with,
era it like this.
"Destroy the caus
you remove the
No Dzndruff, no
Falling Hair, no
Baldness, if you
KILL THE GERM
H EE R RIOI DEE
for sale by all druggists. Price $1. 21
Sold by .1. H. Thomas. Send 10 cents
in stamps for sample to The Hcrpicidi
Co.. Detroit. Midi.
"A tape w orin ei-IHecn feet lenjr at
least came on some a!u-r 1: y UKiii twvi
OAStAKtlTS. This I i!n: sur.' h-s c;;u.- d jny..
bad health tor the i;ist t'iree .'."its. I Bin siiU
tukintf C'ascarois. the on y ciiihartie worthy of
notice by sensible i-eovi".'"
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Gok1, Ncvt-r ls:c!-.i;u, V.Y.ik- 11 ai,i-. 1a.V, Sue.
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UrVTrt S5 S' n-.A r nir::it iuby all (Irua
nj'l U"CJ1J Kts Cltt tobacco iiaUt.
A Stimulant that
Protected by V. S. patents
and registered labels, to
imitate is felony. Put tip
in bottles only and sold
by liquor dealers and