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niE ARGUS, SATUnDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1902.
FOR ALL .
50c to $10
Dr. .Taker's, Dr. Dfclmels'
' Silk, Wool and Cotton
Fleece Union Suits. Un
derwear made to your
; Measure. We fit you.
Yes. We Make Shi ts.
IIARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
When. Santa Clevis
lie will surely point out the American
laundry as the best one in town. For
the holiday season you want your
linen to be immaculate, as Yuletide
brings family gathering's, receptions
and merry-making in general. Give
yourself a merry Christmas by having
your linen clone up perfectly and ex
quisitely at the
Laundry 3 5
Twelfth 8t., Fifth Ave. Phone 1236
You pay to cent
tor Cigars not a o good ai
C t GAR
r.n LEWIS, MAVFlJ
Quality and make.
McCoy 6c Co., N. Y.
S. IB.. Arndt & Co.,
1706 Second Avenue.
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.
811-3!9 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
4 ALL THE NEWS ALL THE
J TIME THE ARGUS. 4.
St. Katherine's hall closed Thurs
day afternoon for the holiday, vaca-
tion, and St. Ambrose college and the
Immaculate, i'onception academy
closed yesterday. The students from
all three institutions are scattering
to their homes to sjmmmI Christmas
tide. Yesterday was the last day of
study for the public school-children
till utter Christmas, the schools re-
maitiinr closed all of next week. .
The last will ami testament of
Charles A. Hall. 78 years of age at the
time of making the will, has been
tiled for probate. The testator gives
his son Harry $.'). a daughter Hannah
now Mrs. Starick, $.". and another
son. h.:ivarcl. lo the wire, -Mary
Hall, is left, the remainder of the pro
perty. In case she re-marries, one
third will be hers anil the remaining
two-thirds is to be divided among the
children. The instrument bears the
date of Sept. :!0, 1002.
The Children's festivity of the Dav
enport Tiirngemeinde will be held at
the small hall in the Turner building
this afternoon. There will be a
Weinachtsbaum. or Christmas tree.
tilled with gifts for each child, to
whom they will be distributed this
evening. 1 he laches einachstf est,
or Christmas tree festival will be held
the Tuesday following, at "which gifts
will be distributed. The program will
be followed by dancing. New Years
eve will be held the Sylvester feier, or
festival, at which the features will be
cuncert and ball. Strasser's orches
tra, and the singing sections will par
ticipate with these programs.
Miss Westervelt, of the corps of in
structors at Saint. Katherine's- hall
eft yesterday afternoon for I'hiladel
phia to spend the holidays.
Ed C. Roberts is home again from
a two weeks' trip he has been making
through the south, arranging for the;
I'. X. l')berts company's supply of
hard wood lumber.
The affairs of the? typographical
fraternity in this city are being look
d after by Charles E. Hawkes, first
vice president of the International
Typographical union, who is here for
1 clay or so. It is not the understand
in that, there is any trouble brewing
Mrs. V. U. Phillips has received
word of the death of her brother.
1 nomas ( . Downs, which occurred at
Jamestown, X. I).. Tuesday. Mr.
Downs was a visitor in this city last
summer, and was a severe sufferer
from rheumatism at the time. He
went from here to Hot Springs, evi
lently without finding relief. Mr
Downs was a resident of Davenport
until he was 10 years of -age.
The Morning (ilory Household
nth. Mi.. ioi iranl I nitetl Order
f Colored Odd Fellows, held its annu
al meeting Wednesday nitrht and elec
ted the following officers for the en
suing year: Worthy recorder, Jennie
Johnson; worthy treasurer, Harriet
McGaw; worthy prelate, Hattie. Lam
bert; worthy counsel, James M
Thomas; noble governor, John T.
Mabry; right noble governor, Bettie
Lindsev; most noble governor, Kmma
Herrington; past most -noble gover
nor, Frances Maker; worthy chamber
lain. Mary Thompson, worthy shep
herd, Peter Thompson; worthy usher.
Mary Rogers; right senior steward.
.Mrs. Anna Wohl, an aged woman
who lives in squalor and want in one
f Deacon Young's houses near Rock
Island street 011 Fourth, and who was
aken from her wretchedness by the
police oflicers a day or two ago, was
arraigned before the commissioners
of insanity yesterday afternoon on
the charge of insanity. Similarly to
Mrs. Harris, who was routed several
years ago from the old Pennsylvania
house, and Mrs. Peter Brandt, who
lived in filth on Gaines street, above
Fifth, and Mary Earling, the demented
A Ha.ppy Girl
She Will Be
If you will purchase her a fine
box of Chocolates and Bon Bon 3
for Xmas of Math, who has the
largest and finest line to select,
from strictly pure and, high
grade, only the leading and best
brands, from 10c a. box up to $5.
Give us your Ice' Cream and
Cake order early for Christmas,
and be properly served. All fla
vors in Cream and Ices. ' Every- "
thing in Bakery line. Don't bake
fruit cake we have plenty,
Gilberttown orphan, was Mrs. Ann
Wohl. found by the patrol officers i
an unhealed room, surrounded by
rags and dirt, half starved, sick an
chilled, and carried to the count
jail. That s-he.is demented seems
certainty. - small sum or mone
which she owns is in the hands
County Attorney Lischer. who is her
A pipe leading from the furnace o
the Central Newspaper Union, o
Front street, became red hot yester
day owing to the burning of a hand
Kiine soot lining which it had been ac
cumulating for some time past, and
the fire department wa.s called out be
cause of fear of a jnissible conflagra
tion. A couple of buckets of water
however, cooled oft the pile and
averted the dancer, before the fire
Wednesday Dr. Allen reported
case which he suspected of being the
genuine article of smallpox to Dr.
Schmidt. The supposed patient was
A. X. Martin, who runs a boarding
house in one of L. C. Dessaint's build
ings at 1114 Perry street. Thursday
the city physician quietly looked into
the ease and hunted up Mr. Martin
whom, he found in a hill store. He
diagnosed the- rash, from which- the
man suffered, as smallpox, and des
pite his protests, escorted him back
to his home, where he was placed niv
der quarantine. A. X. Martin is an ar
senal workman, but has not. been on
duty for several days because of the
rash which has broken out upon him
and which had caused him to feel out
of sorts. He has 22 boarders at li is
place, who are employed at places
about the city. Those who have Ijeen
recently vaccinated have been fumi
gated, disinfected and let go, but
those, who have not tieen thus ren
dered immune are tieil -up in quarau
line. I he city physician will put
forth every effort to minimize the
effects of the exposure. This case is
a deplorable one and is a powerful ar
gument for vaccination. Thursday
afternoon another case of smallpox
which makes the seventh in tlie citv
at present, was discovered, but not re
jHirted until yesterday. The patient i
Kva Abraham, who lives near the cor
ner of Fourth and Rock Island
The. death of Henry Wittmaack
took place yesterday morning' at
o clock at his farm a mile and a half
frc:m Maysville on the Harrison street
road. He was 61 years of age. born in
Schleswig-Holstein. and came to this
city in 1G5, working here as a brick
layer for the next 21 years, and then
going upon his farm, where he lived
for 18 years. He was ill for V.l weeks
before he died.
AMONG THE BOWLERS:
GAMES OF LAST EVENING
The record of misfortune of th
Shamrocks was drawn out another
notch at the Hock Islam) Club allev
last evening when the Plow Shop
Kids took the Celts into camp at the
rate of 2.022 to 2,1.". Following is
the tabulated record:
Plow Shop Kids. Total.
F. A. Head 15ft 146 147 449
Johnson 174 106 147 517
A. If. Head 124 155 l.l 41S
Shields 129 i:il 144 404
Hammer 162 12:t i:;f. 421
Dolly 192 1 JO 121 453
Xoftskcr l"(r 1-45 125 420
McIIugh 123 14S 12 399
Veitch : 138 146 127 411
Rolfs 155 172 133 460
The Mitchell & Lynde bowling team
is now preparing to lay claim to the
chnmpionship of the local financial
institutions, having followed their
victory of the Peoples Xational team
by yesterday afternoon defeating the
Rock Island Savings bank team. The
detailed record of the match follows:
Mitchell & Lynde. Total.
Charaberlin '.. 140 150 174 464
Setterdahl 150 167 191 508
Bartholomew 146 134. 142.
Mitchell 120 134 120
Anderson 136 125 128
Rock Island Savings Bank. Total.
Greenawalt 14S 143 174 467
(Jest 1.32 215 129 476
Buford 125" 13J. 143 399
Crubaugh 102 135 134 371
Patterson 79 121 109 309
Report From th Reform SefaooL
J. G. Gluck, superintendent, Prun-
tytown, W. Va,, writes: "After try
ing all other advertised cough 'medi
cines, we have decided to use Foley's
Honey and Tar exclusively in the
West Virginia reform school. I find
it the most effective, and absolutely
harmless." All druggists.
RhenmatUm Car la S4. Hoars.
T. J. Blackmore. of HaUer & Black-
more, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short
time, since I procured a bottle of
Mystic Cure. It got me. out of the
house in 24 hours. I took to my bed
with rheumatism vine months ago
and the Mystic Cure is the only men
ieine that did me any good, t had
uve of the best physicians in the city,
but I received very little relief from
them. I know the Mystic Cure to be
what it is represented and take pleas
ure In recommending it to other poor
sufferers." Sold, by Otto 4rotjan,
1501 Second -avenue, Rock ; Island;
Gust. .Saulegel &, Son, 20 5W, Second
street, Davenport. ;
-. Aandstrom and family are
moving -into the residence on Six
teenth street vacated by the famil
of E. A. Pierr, who are now living i
their handsomely remodeled home
formerly the property of Richard
Payton. Mr. Payton also has taken
possession of his newly built res
deuce at 1541 Twelfth avenue.
The Misses Julia and Henriett
Sohrbeck have returned from North
western university for the Christina
holidays. They are accompanied I)
their classmate,' Miss Pauline Me Der-
mott. of Denver, who will spend he
Miss Margery Allen, who is a fresl
man at Smith college at Xorthamp
ton, Mass., telegraphed yesterday af
ternoon that she woukl reach Chicago
on her way home Sunday noon, to
spend the holiday vacation. Mr. and
Mrs. Allen will probably meet her in
Moline encampment, Xo. 153, I. O. O
F.. held its annual business- meeting
and election of officers Thursday ev
ening at Metrojxditan hall, the fol
lowing officers being named: Past
chief patriarch. X. K. Munson; chief
patriarch, !. C. Smith; high priest
i. M. Miles; senior warden. Hugh Car
lin; junior warden. John Johnson
scribe, Axel Swanson; linancial
scribe, Charles Krickson; treasurer
Wopl of the death of Mrs. Lymai
iiregorv was received in .Moiine yes
terday. She was killed by being run
over by a horse and buggy at Los
Angeles, Cal., Friday of last week
She was the wife of Lyman Gregory
who was superintendent -of the
scluxds in this city in 1880, and a
prominent, man. Later Mrs. Gregory
became sick and he studied medicine
and took care of her. Later they
moved to I.os Angeles, w here he is
now a teacher in the public schools
Property owners on Twelfth ave-
iie west of Fifteenth are signing a
:etition for asphalt- from Fifteenth
street west to Kight Is st reet, over to
lenth avenue and west to the city
hospital and G. A. Stephens home. It
will -be carried. Fast of Fifteenth
street a petition will be starteil with
assumince of enough fronlage to car
ry the nsnhiilt. over to Nineteenth
street. .Mayor essel says lhat flu
city will act on all lietitions submit
ted and that paving will not be stop
ped next year.
Miss Olive Enoch, who has been vis
iting Mrs. E. J. Sloan the past two
weeks, left for her home in Lexing
ton. 111., yesterday. ,
Miss Bcmice Taylor, who is attend
ing the Milwaukee D-iwner college
rrived yesterday to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Tavlor.
Harvey McKinley. attending college
at. Champaign, is home to spend
A Timely Sugg-ration.
This is the season of the year when
the prudent and careful housewife re
plenishes her supply of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It is certain to be
needed before the winter is over, and
results are much more prompt and
satisfactory when, it is kept at hand
and given as soon as the cold is con
tracted and before it has become set
tled in the system. In almost every
instance a severe cold may be warded
off by taking this remedy freely as
soon as the lirst indication of the
cold appears. There is no danger in
giving it to children, for it contains
no harmful substance. It is pleasant
to take both adults and children like
it. Buy it and you will get the best.
It always cures. For sale by all drug
gists. Use Allen's Foot Ease.
A powder to-be shaken into
snoes. lour ieet reel swollen, ner
vous and hot, and get tired easily1. If
you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools
the feet, and makes walking easy.
Cures swollen, sweating feet, ingrow
ing nails, blisters and callous spots.
Relieves corns ana bunions of all pain
and gives rest and comfort. Try it
today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores for 25c. Trial package
free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le
Roy. N. Y.
If you feel ill and need a pill
Why not purchase the best?
- DeWitt's Early Risers
Are little surprisers;
Take- one they do" the rest.
W. II. Howell, Houston, Texas,
writes: "I have used Little Early
Riser Pills in my family for constipa-
ion, sick headache, etc. To their use
I am indebted for the health of my
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Riess drug- store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh' street.
' To Core a fold In One Day
Take Laxative ' Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
f it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. 25 cents.
Itching hemorrhoids were the
olacrue of my life. Was almost wild.
Doan's Ointment cured me quickly
nd permanently, after doctors had
failed." C. F. Cornwell, alley Rtreet,
Saugerties, N. Y.
Ar Tw Kldaeys t
w Ai.w.anM mi PIll.mtM .11 kldn.v 111m. fl&nv
BjeftaaTAad. otarUns Bamaar Co..Cbiaaao or ai.V-
A GROUP OF GIFTS.
Chrl.tnins Fancies For the Clever
nd Indonlrlona Worker.
The sachet cover is made of white
brocade silk, with one side elaborately
embroidered in dull, Persian colored
silks, the floral design being effectively
mingled with a scroll pattern, done in
an old rse and gold thread. A white
silk cord finishes the edges.
A plain silk or gauze fan is selected
for the foundation' of the flower fan,
and silk and gauze roses are applied
to each stick oi the outer edge and to
SACHET Ft.OVEi; FAN PINCUSHION
OrEKA OiASS BAG.
the reverse side in the same manner.
The effect when the fan Is closed is
that of a hue bouquet. In the present
example the fan is of pale pink silk.
with pink enameled sticks and the
roses shading from deep to very deli
cate pink. Violets, carnations, poppies
and iaiisies may be used to reproduce
this fan. which will add a touch of
beauty to tin evening toilet wherein
the same colors are carried out. An
irtistie fan could be made of crape
paper flowers iu natural colorings. The
success of the amusing little pincushion
and of the opera glass bag will depend
chiefly on the clever choice of a Japa
nese or other odd doll for the cushion
and a tasteful frame, gilt, silver or
gun metal, for the bags. Delineator".
The Ilriclal Donqnet.
The finest nit of which the florist is
a pa hie- Is brought to bear in the con
struction of that most sentimental
of all floral arrangements, a bridal
lKJUijiiet. One sees with delight the
artistically arranged louiuets of to
day composed of flowers and narrow
ribbon falling in a shower almost to the
foot of the bride's dress. At one time
orange blossoms were the only flowers
appropriate for a bride. Any white
flower may now be carried without of
fending the proprieties. White roses.
stcvias, gardenias and camellias are all
in good taste, but lily of the valley is
in the lead. White violets, too, are
beautiful and if combined with orchids
make a superb arrangement. A bridal
lioiiriuet made of gardenias is looped
with long, narrow strands of white
gauze ribbon. Gardenias are less stiff
than Orange blossoms and more easily
The Riffbt Wuy.
In manicuring a flat orange stick.
wound with a bit of cotton. Is used to
loosen the skin around the nail. This
is lifted up, not pushed down and back.
remember, for such a movement cracks
and splits the cuticle.
This graceful princess robe is In
mauve satin, with loug, sweeping
train, well rounded and finished off"
with a double tier of flutings. each
veiled with white silk muslin, the top
one extending in front as a single and
rnrNCEsa gown in macve satin.
ery deep flounce. Two cordons of leaf
less tea roses meander over th head
ings; two smaller ones frame the trans
parent bertha of the corsage, with tab-
lier basque in splendid guipure worfe.
The hanging, gloeres are silk muslin,
and. pearls furnish the necb arnauieut. -
Christrmvs Night, Dec. 25.
DIRECTION RICHARD HE RD.
Only appearance here of the distinguished
Ami the Princ ipals, Entire Orchestra and Chorus of the
MascaLgni Opera. Company.
Signora Capelli. Sigaora Farneti Sinora De Filii'pi
Signora Del l'arto. fcig. Scniavaizi, Sig. Beilatti. Sig. Friscona-
lOO-ONK HU-MIKFD PEOPLE lOO IN'
Part I. Grand Concert. Certain Artists, full orchestra.
Part II. The Entire Opera.
CaLvev.lleriev. R vistic a. na.
(In concert form, in rostunif)
For the first time in this country in the comiKiser'9 original version.
CONDUCTED IJY MASCACNI.
Free List Positively Suspended. o
Prices: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Box Seats, $2.50. o
Seals on sale now at Illinois Smoker.
JEWETT PIANO USED. o
Chicago. Dec 20 -Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
in toaay s marKeia:
Dec, 73 V. 74 : t:?n .h.
Mav, 771, ; 7T-77'-i .
July. TH.-,- ; 74i ; S, 74S
Corn. Dec, 46 V- 4S : - V. IS H
Jan. 4: 40: 45S: 4;
May. 43U : .-a; 43; 13;.
Dec. 3!i;31V 31V 31
May. :tS !3V 33V Xi .
Jnlv, 32V. 32V. 32'; 32'4.
Jan., 16 SO: 16 62: 16 fO: ltf 00
May, 15.77; 10 00; 15 7J: 15 97
Dec. 10 30: 10 30: 10 10 25.
Jan.. 8.77; 9 M: 9.77;
May, 9.17; 9.25; 8.17; 9.23.
Jan., 8.40; 8 45; 8 40: 8.45.
Mav. 8 37: 8 50: 8.37: 8 50
Rve. Dec. 4S: Mav 51V1. 52s; flax. cah. X.
V. 1.23. S. W. 1.15. Dec. 1.15. May 1.22b, 122sH;
ttmothv. Jan. 4.25.
Keceipts toaav: wheat 41. corn 3l:i. oats
175: hogs 21.noo: cattle 2uo. sheep l,5uu.
Hog market opened stead v.
Hogs left over 7.6M.
Hoes at Kansas City 3.000. cattle 1.000;
hoes at Omaha 8.000. cattle 300.
Laeht. io.5rxa6.l5: mixed and butch
ers, to 80ao 40; good heavy, S5.85&6.45: rough
heavv. 55a6 05.
h Cattle marKet opened steady.
neep marxei opened steady.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hog market opened 5v ioj higher.
Li eh 1. 15 60a6.I5; mixea and butchers, f 5 CC
&8.45: good heavy, fc 95&C.55; rough heavy,
5 956 .15.
Cattle market opened unchanged.
Sheep market steadv to weak.
Hoe market closed 5ff 1C' higher.
Light, 5.95,6.15: mixed and bntchers.t5.90
A5o: good heavy, ta.i5&&55; rough heavy,
Cattle market closed unchanged.
Sheep market closed weak.
Estimated receipts Monday: Wheat 45.
corn 375, eats 155. nogs 43.000.
New York Itank Statement.
Xew York. Dec. 20. Reserves on all de
posits decreased 293.300: reserves on de
posits other than V. S. decreased 284.975:
loans decreased, $3,510,200; specie decreased,
f 1.880.700; legals increased. 118,600: depos
itsdecreased,5,875,"00: circulation increased,
New York Stocks.
New York. Dec 20. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. Pacific 63S. sugar 127V C. AA.com 3!3t.
gas 101 S. Henna. 1A1S. B. & O. 9b VC. K. I. s
P. com 41. CM. & St. F 1734, Manhattan 14t,
Pacific Mall Atchison com.. 82. W. U
TeL Co N. Y. Central 162V. i.. & N.
122, II.. K. T. 6. Rdg. com. 624. leather
com copper 67,. Atcnison pta. 9s. U.
S. Steel ptd 84!. U. S Sfel comment1,.
Missouri Pacific 104 V Union Pacific common
9!V coal and iron 55 i. Erie common 34
Wabash ptd 41 H. Can Pacific 127H. Republic
Steel common 19, Republic Steel pfd. 70'i-
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Lira
Stock. Feed and FueL
Rock Island, Dec. 10 Following are the
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamerv S8HC dairy 13c.
Eggs Fresh 24c: packed 21 c.
Live poultry spring' cnickens 9c per
pound, hens sc per pound, a u cits 9c, turkeys
12c, geese 8c.
Vegetables Potatoes. 35c to 40c.
Fruit Apples 50c to 75c per bushel.
Cattle Steers 14.50 to 5 51. cows and
heifers (2.00 to (4.5a calves 14.50 to (6. 00.
Hogs Mixed and butchers 4.50 to 16 00
Sheep Yearlings or over, per cwt. 12.00 to
14 00, Lambs per head S3. 00 to C5.0Q,
Vrt and Furl.
Grain Corn 4H43c: oats, soc to 3c.
Forage Timothy hay. (11 to (13. prairie
(10 to (U, haled prairie (9. baled timothy (12,
Wood Hard, per load (5.00.
Coal Lump, per bushel '4C alack. Der
H. J. TOHKR.
A. U ANZUEBSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109. Main t
Direction Chamberun.Hinota. Cotipanv.
Sunday, Dec. 21.
Special engagement of Hie
Jordan Dra.ma.tic Co.
presenting for the first time in IJoek
Island, the comedy drama.
"MY BOY JACK."
r SjM-c-ial Vaudeville l-Vat ures 1
Prices: in. (). and ."( cents.
Scjtts now on sale at ihe Illinois
DlRbCTION CHAMBEI)UN,KlNDTa COMPANY.
Saturday, Dec. 20.
MATIXEE AXD XIGHT.
The Season's Novelty
A Hoosier Daisy."
Miss Bessie Clifton
And a great company. Special scen
ery. A good, pure play full of com
edy and pathos.
MATIXKK 10 and 25 cents.
M(iHT-2:. ami .10 cents.
Seats on sale Friday morning.
OmiCTioN CNAriBERUN.KiNDT. Company.
Christmas Night, Dec. 25.
Direction RICHARD HEARD.
Only appearance here of the distinguished
And the Principals, entire orchestra and
chorus of the
SSIGNOKA CAPEI.LI, SIG. FAREXTI,
SUJXOKA DEL PAKTO SIG. SCHIAVAZZI,
SIG. BEL.L.ATTI. SIG. FRASUOXA.
SIGXORA D. FILIPPI.
One Hundered People In
The Entire Opera, .
In concert form. In costume tor the first time
in this countrv in the com poser's original
version. Conducted by MASCAGNI.
Prices Reserved seats ti 00. (l.SO. (1.00.
Admission 75c and 50c. Free list suspended.
- Sale open Saturday, Dec. 20, at Illinois
JEWETT PIAXO USED.
Hottea off Publication Cfeasoary.
State of Illinois, I
Rock, kiand County, f
Ca the Circuit court at the January term
A. O 1903 In ettanenrv.
Frank WUsoa vs. Flo ence Wilson. Divorce.
To the above named non resident defend
ant. Florence Wils-ra. Affidavit of your non
resldenoe bavins been n.ed in the office of
cler of said court, notice Is hereby g.ven to
y u that the above named complainant has
hied in said court his bill of complaint against,
you on the chancery side of said court, that
a s j unions In chancery has been issued la
said cause against you re.urnabieto the next
term of said court to be begun and held in the
! of Roelc Island in sld county on the first
Monday in Jai.u ry, A D. 1903. at which tut e
and rla'e you are to plead, answer or demur
to iaid bill of complaint if you see lit.
Dated at Koek island. 111., December 5, A D ,
Geo rgb W. Gamble.
:ier of sa d Jo-uri.
Swiiiit & Walker, Solicitors for Com
plainant. Gamine stamped C C C Never soil !a talk,'
Beware of the dealer who fries to sell
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