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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY- 10, 1908.
IS GIVEN A WATCH
friends, on the flight of time, of Judge
Gcst's rise to the position in which he
stands as leader of the bar and judge.
he said: "It is said in holy writ 'That
the days of our years are three score
Judge W. H. Gest Recipient Of and ten.' The words 'our years' seem
Ri.tM9UD.mmhnK. rpfm to imply that ordinarily these years
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the Bar Association
FOR 70TH ANNIVERSARY
are promised ; yet what a throng never
reach that limit!
"The members of the bar, the offi
cers of our court, with a depth of good
feeling, congratulate you, that in the
order of Divine Providence you have
succeeded in reaching this limit of
years, with the satisfaction and pleas
ure that you have the right to Indulge
in knowing that your friends and as
sociates are pleased to express now
by their presence and association their
Hun. W. II. Gest, judge of the cir-1 gratification that in reaching this limit
mil court, was made the recipient of I you do so amid friends, comforted by
OLD CITIZEN DIES
John Albrecht Passes Away Sud
denly at His Home on Twen
Attorneys Surprise Jurist at His Home
Presentation Address by Hon.
a beautiful gift by the members of
the Hock Island County Bar associa
tion Saturday evening, when a fine
l faithful wife and loving children.
"It is also said in holy writ, touch
ing the length of our lives, 'And if by
reason of strength they be four score
years, yet. is there strength, labor and
sorrow, for it is soon cut off, and we
"Happily, labor and sorrow are no'
always the rule. So in your case, if
by reason of strength your years may
be four score, yet our hope is thai
your added years may be restful and
joyous. I am directed by your breth
ren of the bar and friends in associa
tion with them, in evidence of their
personal esteem for you, to present to
you this material token of their per
sonal regard. May the face of this
watch constantly remind you of the
past years scintillating with the happ
memories of present and absent
brethren. May it also remind you of
the years to come, and may the ex
periences of the past illumine the
years to come, and in the end there
rliall be a cloudless sun setting."
Milken IVcllnu li-MnM-.
It was some minutes before the
judge could collect himself to reply,
-o deeply moved was he by the senti
ment expressed by the attorneys. 11
lilt mbiaiiee of the T'Mh birthday anni- declared that while he valued the gilt
versary. because or us intrinsic value, it was
About 2." members of the bar from i treasure indeed because of the scnti-
Rock Island, together with a number ment of the gift. He said that to have
from Moline, .gathered at the sheriff's 'he attorneys express such friendship
office in the court house, and at 8 md kindly feeling toward him gave
o'clock repaired to the judge's home, I ':im the deepest pleasure possible in
IW, Second avenue. The call took I life, and he briefly expressed his grat
JUDGE W. H. GEST.
gold watch, chain, and diamond set
locket, were presented to him as a ro
ute judge completely by surprise, and
when Hon. William Jackson made
known tho purpose of the gathering,
and in a happy speech presented the
judge with the watch in behalf of the
members of the liar. Judge Gest was
overcome with emotion, and could
Mr. Jackson spoke eloquently and
with much feeling. After dwelling
briefly on the part that men play on
the stage of life, of the value of tin-5
I Raise Your Salary i
?5 .Not ir.reeily, but by saving
you a dollar or two a week on
your table provisions. And
isn't it just as well to have your
grocer raise your salary as to
have your employer raise it?
YOU get the money in either
case. Look over this combina
FIVE POUNDS GRANULATED
SUGAR FREE WITH
X bars Santa Clans or
Swift's Pride soap
(! bars fancy toilet
S cans Sardines
I pound an lluint'ord
Z one-poium pKgs. Wash- q
burn llalligiiu coffee r0 8
tiule for the remembrance.
I'.njoy Sih-IhI Hour.
When the judge had concluded his
remarks, cigars were passed, and the
ittorneys spent a half hour in friendly
intercourse before taking their leave.
The judge celebrated his 70th birth
lay Jan. 7.
Is Ilt-ntitll'ul Tliitt'piiM'r.
The watch given the judge is a
jcautiful gold timepiece, of plain de
sign. It bears on the case an artistic
monogram of the initials, "W. II. G."
and inside the case is the inscription,
'To Judge William If. Gest. from the
'members of the Rock Island County
Bar association. Feb. 8, 1008." The
locket charm is set with a diamond,
and bears a monogram similar to that
on the case of the watch.
HAD RESIDED HERE 45 YEARS
and has done a wood manufacturing J
business, me asm-is are understood
to be sufficient to meet all liabilities.
The officers of the company are:
President. H. D. Mack; vice president.
W. E. Sears; secretary and treasurer, I Suicide of Frank W. Gould Oc-
CAME AS A SHOCK
D. J. Sears.
Mrs. W. C. Haney, Long Time Resi
dent of Cordova, Passes Away
COUPLE WED 66 YEARS
1 i round package
Halligan Pure Quill
1 dozen boxes of
1 large bottle of
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Hatton of Clinton
.Have Remarkable Record..
Clinton, Iowa, Feb. 10. Mr. and
Mrs. Elijah Hatton, the oldest couple
f in this part of fhe state, were married
(It; years ago at Troy, X. Y., and have
v I 1 1 i : . . : t tr . 1 .
in mumi utiiu liiuiiujy iur iirt'
past SS years. Mr. Hatton is years
old and so robust t hat he would be
taken for a man of CO. His wife,
however, who is . two years younger,
:s very feeble. They celebrated the
tiGth anniversary of the wedding Dec.
10 kihi. .ir. iiauou ionowca me iraue
rf merchant tailor until forced to re
tire on account of his advanced age
The couple have five children. Z
grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchil
dren. Mr. Hatton was born in Mae
clesfield, England, and came to Amer
ica when 20 years of age. He met his
bride at Troy, X. Y., where they were
LARSON & LARSON 3
CASH GROCERS. 0
Old Phone west 9S3, New 5535.
Cor. 7th Ave. and 15th SL x
fll ON THE ft
0 Installment Plan 0
Disturbance on Street,
Sam Steiger and Arthur Honschild
of Davenport were fined $5 and costs
Q each this morning by Magistrate Elli-
for creating a disturbance on Sec
ond avenue yesterday afternoon just
ns the matinee at the Illinois theater
Had Busy Week.
Horseshoers of the city have found
the last week a busy one, and fre
quently had to work evenings to do
the work they were called on to do.
None are found complaining, however,
and the icy surface which continues
on the streets means a continuance
of the work for a few days at least.
WE LOAN ON
$ MUTUAL LOAN C0.,S
L (Unincorporated.) I
Peopled National Bank baUding.
Ollwuin 411. Hock iHlnntl, III. n
Telephone, old wettt 123. II
Olllce tiourn, 8 n. m. to 6 p. m.
A Open AVedneotluy and Saturday
cvenloKa to 0 p. m. Q
N $ $ $ $ $ $ $ U
Boat Club on a University Campus.
I'resident Judson of Chicago univer
sity met with twenty or thirty of the
university's alumni the other night at
the Harvard club in Xew York. He
told them about the present condition
of the? institution and about the plans
for the future based on John D. Rocke
feller's munificent gifts of the last
two years, says the Xew York Times,
lie told the alumni that some day
Chicago university could have its boat
club on the campus. ' Plan3 now being
carried out contemplate bringing wa
ter from Lake Michigan right up to
the front steps of the university. In
reporting informally, on the condition
of the university the president said
that because of recent gifts there was
no need to pursue a policy of retrench
ment at Chicago; that the salaries of
the instructors, indeed, were being
John M. Albrecht, a resident of this
city for 45 years, died this morning
at 9:30 at his home, 22" Twentieth
street, of hemorrhage of the brain
which developed early this morning.
He had been confined for several days
preceding with ihe grip.
Mr. Albrecht was born in Wurten-
burg. Germany, and was 75 years old
April 1C last. He came to America at
the age of 14 with, his parents, who
lived for a time in New York and
later in Chicago. He resided in vari
ous parts of Illinois before coming to
Rock Island. He pursued various vo
cations in this city, including black
smith work and the conducting of the
old Union hotel. He retired in 1S7G.
He is survived by his wife and four
daughters, Mrs.. Amelia Schroder, of
this city; Mrs. Louisa Xauinan of Min-
nealopis, Minn.; Mrs. Laura Teiles of
Los Angeles., and Mrs. Emma Ohl
weiler of Rock Island; a step son
and a sister, Mrs. A. O. Schaab of
Rock Island, besides 1G grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
MrV Albrecht was well known in the
city and had been for years a familiar
figure on the streets. He was pos
sessed of considerable property.
Mr. V. f. Ilnnoy.
as me snaues ot nignt closed yes
terday the spirit of Mrs. William C.
Haney of Cordova took its flight, and
a noble life was ended. The well
known, well beloved lady passed from
those she had loved and by whom sh
was loveu, as oniy tne center or a
home can be, at 7: SO o'clock, after an
illness of brief duration with pneumo
nia. Surrounded by the home circle,
in the house which had been her world
for many years, her passing camewith
the peace of Cod that only the trust
uik ou may Know, ner I lie was a
blessing, her death a benediction.
Mrs. Haney, wnose maiden name
was Mary Catharine Abbott, was born
in Lambertville. X. J., June 17, 1S34
There she was wedded to Mr. Haney,
and removed to Cordova in 1S57.
She had resided there through nil
he intervening years. She is
survived by her husband and bv
her sons. Frank C. Haney, John Haney
and W. E. Haney of Cordova,-and by
her sister. Mrs. C. Bennett of Chicago
She was a sister of the late T. F. Ab
bott and the late James Abbott, for
invi in uiiuiieni citizens or hock is
land. Mrs. Frank Perry of Port By
ron and Mrs. M. E. Potter of this city
are nieces, and E. E. Abbott of Clinton
nephew of the deceased.
The funeral will be held from the
home in Cordova Wednesday after
noon at 1 o'clock.
Frances Helen, the Infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Butlin of Milan,
died yesterday morning at 8:15 at the
home of the parents. Inflammation of
the brain caused death. She was born
Aug. 22, 1907. Besides the parents a
sister Lucy and a brother Alfred sur
vive. The funeral will take place to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the home, where Rev. C. E. Hawkins
will conduct services. Burial will take
place at Chippiannock cemetery.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.' A.
B. Van Xoorden, 2S08 Eighth avenue,
died early this - morning. The
child was born yesterday morning, ap
parently in perfect health. Its sudden
and unexpected demise is a severe
shock to the parents. The burial will
be tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock
and will be private.
. S her wood. ,
Rev. Granville H. Sherwood, who
was recently summoned to Elgin by
the sudden death of his father, Judge
Sherwood, has been called to the
same city by another sad event, the
death of his beloved aunt, Mrs E A.
Sherwood, who passed away Saturday-
night. The funeral will be held in
Elgin tomorrow afternoon.
tirena Funeral. '
Funeral services over the remains
of Mrs. Wilhelmina Gresa were held
yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. William Fee, 2830 Fifth
and-a-half avenue, conducted by Rev
L. E. Klimpke. Burial took place at
Chippiannock cemetery. The pallbear
ers were jotm Konosky, H. C. ElTmke,
J- T. Shields. A. E. Lamn. T. F. La
Velle and, J. J. Colling.
The funeral of Richard Tahan was
held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the home of the parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Tahan, 833 Twentieth
street, services being conducted by
Rev. E. E. Mennicke. Burial took
place at the German Lutheran ceme
TWO WILLS ARE ADMITTED
Estates of Husband and Wife Disposed
of in Same Manner.
Two wills, deatical in wording ex
cept for the names, and each leaving
the property to the maker of the other,
were admitted to probate in the county
court this morning. j no wills are
those of Edward Jensen and his wife,
Mrs. Christina Jensen. Mr. Jonsen
died Oct. 20, 1907, and Mrs. Jensen
died Jan. 3, this year. Both wills leave
;he property to the children in case
of flie death of the other. The in
struments bear date of April 10, 1900.
casions the Greatest Sur
prise Anong Friends.
HE ASKED FOR NO HEIP
Gave No Sign of His Financial Trou
bles, Though Assistance Would
Have Been Given.
Popular Prices for Groceries and Meats
MAUCKER BUILDING, CORNER SEVENTEENTH
The shocking death of Frank W. ;
Gould in Moline Saturday lias been j
the subject of much comment in the ,
trKitics, and many wild stories have ,
been circulated as accounting more j
completely for his ending his own .
life. Many of these stories are with
out any foundation of fact, and the
J. E. Montrose of Cedar Rapids is only explanation is that his mind gave
at the Harper.
T. Ikecher has gone to Oklahoma
and Texas on a two months' pleasure
and business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Comegys and
Miss Comegys leave shortly for the
south for an extended sojourn.
Mrs. II. W. Foss of Silver Cliff,
Col., is visiting .with Iht daughter,
Mrs. C. F. Schillingcr of this city.
Ralph Souders has returned from
Champaign, where he was attending
the University of Illinois, on account
of ill health.
way under the strain ana worry over ,
It was reported that the funds of an '
estate of which he was trustee had
been lost, not through misappropria-,
tion, but through unfortunate invest
ments, and that the court had ordered
an accounting. That the court had
specifically ordered ai accounting is
not true, but just, how far the other
part of the rumor may be substantia
ted later can not be said. Mr. Gould
for several years had acted as trustee
of a certain large estate. He was bond-
Best rib roasts, per lb..
Shoulder and pot roasts,
per lb 10c
Sirloin steak, per lb 12c
Round steaks, per lb 10c
Shoulder steaks, per lb. ..
Boiling meat, per lb
Pork shoulder roasts,
Pork ham roasts, per lb..
Pork loin roasts, per lb...
Pork steak of all kinds,
per lb 10c
Sausage, per lb. 1Cc
Kettle rendered lard 10c
Dressed chickens (head
less), per lb 12', c
Santa Claus soap, 8 bars
Rock Island soap, 10 bars
Sugar, 20 lbs. for $1.00
Yeast foam, 3 pkgs. for.... 10c
flour, every sack guaran
teed, per sack $1.55
Corn meal, per sack 18c
Cranberries, per quart . .
Potatoes, per bushel
Best crackers, 2 lbs. for.
Tomatoes, per can
Prunes, per lb
Fancy peaches, per can .
es, per can
io:ne made saner kraut.
ed in the sum of $300,000 for the fai.h-
Mis. A. Conger and daughter, Misslful performance of this trust, and this
Margaret Conger, and Miss Marie bond was approved this month in the
Haney of Chicago arrived this morn-1 circuit court. There had been no re-
ng, having been summoned by the! port in this trusteeship for sometime,
death of Mrs. W. C. Haney of Cordova, j but it is understood that Mr. Gould j
John Krause. formerly a resident of
ALL TELEPHONE ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
was preparing a report to be submit-
this city, and connected with the Hotel ted ,his week- As far as can be learn-j
ed, this is the only matter in which
Mr. Gould was involved in this manner
in the courts. B. R. Towndrow, a
brother-in-law of Mr. Gould, and f a-j
miliar with the affairs of this estate, ;
stated this morning that the accounts
UL LUC II llnlthllljl uuiaui-iru IU it V ,11. i
Frlendit Heady to Help.
The suicide cf Mr. Gould lias caused 1
the deepest mourning throughout the J
two cities. Mr. Gould had friends of
wealth and influence.lwho stood ready
and anxious to straighten out his af-1
fairs. One man, of national reputa
tion, saitl: "He never mentioned any
thing to me; I would have given my
i . n. . i 1 . . 1 . : . . . . . I, , . , . .
Iciau JfllL to HVIll IlllII. iVIIUlIlvri ..HI- (
line man remarked: "I said the other j
The service of P. J. Cary as letter da' to his law'er' 'If n,mors of '
enioarrassmeni are uue, una oui ine
amount, and his friends will clean it j
up.' " It 'was his quiet, self-reliance
that was his undoing. He made no j
sign and asked no assistance, until i
nanus, and Mrs. Krause and daughter,
Miss Dorothy, residing in Davenport.
will leave tomorrow ' for Milwaukee,
where they will take up their resi
Evangelists C. C. Smith and R. H.
Roper, who conducted the series of re
vival meetings at the Fiit Methodist
church, left on a midnight, train for
their home- in Chicago from where
they will go at the end of this week
to conduct revivals in Fort Madison,
CEASES TO BE A CARRIER
P. J. Cary No Longer Connected with
Postoffice Other Changes,
1 - IfcfeMi'TiW
Bath Room Comfort
Every member of t'ne family
enjoys the comfort and conven
ience a modem bath room
provides. "nftaodawT plumbing fixtures make
your bath room modern, comfortable and
When you remodel cr build, let us
estimate on your plumbing contracL 1 iigh
grade "StandxJ" fixtures and our first class
work assure you satisfaction and future saving.
Oil service is prompt; cur prices reasonable.
carrier at the Rock Island postoffice
terminated with the last of the week.
He had been in the postoffice service
17 years. , '
Postmaster H. McDonald has
assigned Elmer Stroehle to Mr. Gary's
route and Lucius Ege to Mr. Stroehle's
route. Joseph Willmer has been ap
pointed as regular carrier to fill the
'Wen Myers & Compasn
H0USEB0ATING ON BIG SCALE.
the mental load became more than he, ,dea vvhich May Gpow nt0 an Exten.
Rob"bing the Mail.
General Tost Office Dee. 17, 179G.
The Post-boy, carrying the North Mail
from Warrington to Chester, was stop
ped on Monday evening, the 5th inst.,
between 7 and S o'clock, within a mile
of Chester, by a Man on foot, who took
could bear, while a man differently
constituted would have applied to his
friends long before self-control became
Ill An Active Life.
Mr. Gould's life was indeed an en
ergetic one, anu nis activities were
many of them in a quiet way. He was ! wi,n rrofit. says the Milwaukee Even
for 15 years a member of the board of' S Wisconsin. He is looking for an
education of Moline, and worked en-! obsolete ocean liner, which he intends
sive and Profitable Industry.
An enterprising sea captain of Fal
mouth, England, has hit upon a plan
by which people who desire to enjoy
sea life without assuming the risks o"
an ocean voyage can be accommodated
business e:!ch !;ty. It would lie a
quiet. lustless :;;vl smokeless place lu
which to pr-.ss the hot weeks of midsummer.
NEIGHBORS" THAT WERE CGLD.
"Trinity Church an' Cimiry" Didn't
Patronize Cafo, Newell Tells Cou.-L.
John Nv.ell of " Pittsburg. ' owner
of Newelfs hotel, a sporting man. hu
morist and brother-in-law of ttio late
Daniel O'Day. almost broke up a ses
sion of court the other day over which
thusiasfically in developing the city to deprive of her power plant m order JmJffe Marsnan p,rown Vi1s pie
schools. He was chairman of the j to secure more room and convert the
i says a Pittsburg special dispatch to
from him the Mail, containing the building committee that erected the sl'ip into a floating hotel. The idea is Ytiuk Time
Manchester, Warrington, and Frods-
ham bags of letters. The Robber was
dressed, in a blue jacket and White
Trousers, and had an oil case cover
to his hat. Whoever shall apprehend
and convict, or cause to be apprehend
ed and convicted, the person who com
mitted this robbery, will be entitled to
a reward of Two Hundred Pounds
over and above the reward given by
Act of Parliament for apprehending
of highwaymen; and If any accomplice
in the robbery, or knowing thereof,
shall surrender himself and make dis
covery, whereby the person who com
mitted the same may be apprehended
and brought to justice, such discoverer
will be entitled to the said reward of
Two Hundred Pounds, and will also
receive his Majesty's most gracioui
pardon. By command of the Post
ANTII. TODD, Secretary.
An -Old English Advertisement.
and j to keep the ship at anchor -off Falmouth Xewel, arp,arca to pr,ltost ogaInst
,m... "'L' '".....i !the increaS4j of taxes on bis hotel be-
Irving school, the Grant buildin
the hish school.
His administration or the affairs of I ,,wro pnsseugiTs on an ocean ir.p mat
the board of trustees of the Water- b limitetl tho lcnlh of tlle a,lchor
town Wnitnl Khnwed ihn K.imo rhar- Chain aud the Swing of the Ship.
act eristics, accuracy, aggressiveness,
cause of the widening of Oliver ave
nue, in the rear of the hotel. With
tears in his eyes Newell told Judge
Brown that he had not been benefited
and faithfulness. Last fall he was '"anl, boating al iisbing partly will by the wUlon.in?:. that not evt?n bis
j neighbors on the opposite side of the
elected to the vice presidency of the
i be arranged, and those who take to j
TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS
Petition Involving Rock Island Stair
Works Filed at Peoria,
A petition to close up the affairs of
the Rock. Island Stair works, 420
Eighteenth street, was filed today in
the time THE j the United States . court at Peoria, ,
1 urto t;r. .f l.t.j ..-iti "
Illinois Society of Prevention and Cor- ." ' " . ,. " . ' ! ' , ; "feet from his Oliver avenue entrance
rec.ion. He was a member of the Mo- " ,l.u. "'."V"' l used it to enter his cafe.
line library board for some time. " ? J '.f " faC f 1 Vh.,?y " Judge Rrown was greatly interested
When be srave nn the townshin 11 13 ' by the argunieirt and then, as an after
u nen no f,ae up me wvs nsnip tl t . , , . fi. f
school trusteeship last fall it was noted J r h 1 " " " -7 ,flousl asKea eweu wuo u,s 11P'SU'
thnt tho office had never been held hv -T.''" I" lhaa tb0 e PP of the street
- .... urs ti;iss inuc:s asnore. '
Of the Reliable Sort Only at Our
If you need spectacles, eye
glasses, opera or field glasses,
eye glass clips, chain guards, or
expert repairing don't hunt up
a bargain counter it's time and
Buy of our reliable kinds and
get an honest return for your
Full line of automobile and auto
cycle goggles here.
any one but Mr. Gould and his father
For a time he was president of one of
Moline's largest banks, and at one
time he was president of the Moline
club. He served as alderman some
years ago, being elected in the Third
ward by a majority of five votes, and
contrary to expectations of practical
politicians, he was returned to the
council for another term.
Many messages of sympathy receiv
ed by the bereaved family testify to
the esteem in which Mr. Gould was
generally held. Among those who tele
graphed their condolences, yesterday
was Governor Deneen.
No act committed in a moment of
overwhelming despair, when the , load
upon the overtasked brain and nerves
became for the instant too heavy to
be borne, can blot out Mr. Gould's
record of magnanimous, self forgetful,
unassuming, effective service service
rendered without money and without
price, in the midst of years heavy with
cares of a successful busiuess man
and manufacturer, and that inquired
but one thing: whether, in the appeals
that came to his ears, anything was
demanded that his strength and de
votion could supply.
Knnrrnl llrld Today.
The funeral was held at the resi
dence at 2:30 this afternoon, services
consisting of a scripture reading and
prayer being in charge of Rev. Paul
Brown, pastor of the First Congrega
tional church. The pallbearers were
F. G. Allen, G. A. Stephens, C. A. Bar
nard, J. D. Cady, Wrilliam Butterworth
and C. T. Heald. f
Houseboating on a large scale might
appeal to investors on the great lakes.
A large steamer moored safely in a
harbor like that formed by the break
water at Milwaukee would be an at
tractive floating hotel, 0:1 which land
lubbers could take an imaginary lake
voyage without running the risks of
seasickness or delays by storms. A ho
tel at anchor iu the bay would be "far
from tho madding crowd," yet near
enough at all times to enable a mer
chant to ilrnn nKliori for a few hours
-1702 Second Avenut,
Picture in Decatur Paper.
The Decatur Sunday Review prints
in connection with an account of the
new St. Patrick's church in that city
an excellent likeness of George P.
Stauduhar of this city, who designed
the edifice and who is spoken of as a
.The company was organized in 1897 i0oOOOOOOOOOo6booboOOOOOoS'specialist ?u church architecture.
"Trinity church an the cimitry." yer
! honor," replied Newell, smiling through
Judge Brown's dignity left him. He
shook with laughter fr three minutes
while the tipstaves vainly tried to re
store order. When Judge Brown final-
i ly recovered he said: Mr
"I guess that will be about enough
for you, Mr. Newell."
No decision was rendered.
All the news all the time The Argus.
If you want to drink the
coffee of the ancients the
coffee celebrated in song and
story and different in ap
pearance and taste from
any other coffee, ask for
-Arbttckies' Certified Java and
MScha Coffee, and don't
,V take any substitute.
A PRETTY HAT
Will never make a pretty face.
Pretty teeth always do.
"It Don't Hurt a Bit."
1715 Second Avenu.
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