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THU CAIRO BULLETIN
THR CAIR0 BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1903.
SUICIDE HAD SERVED AS AN CHINESE MILLIONAIRE
'Ut4 ! U Ulo PoCoffls tor I. ..!..'..
Ikfk tk ... ,I Si. -..-
THE WEATHER j
The tour! h iJay nf alntost con
I ItltiouM rain fias.seii y istenlay, Inn thtl
total preeiirttMHon of the four days
wan ilmti iwn Inches aitrj yeste;'
ilay's trteaiUred more than thai of
otther of th her daya, being ,45
of an Inch. The maximum tempera
ture yesterday wag 74; minimum ;4;
nl 7 p. 111. 09, The wind velocity
reached miles nr hour.
The Kovernmeni report yeate-rday
Indicated measurable rain, ai 19
points embraced in the tpwfr OhtJ
and Tennessee valleys, and the South I
Atlantic and Oulf stares.
OFFICER IN GERMAN ARMY
A. E. Warrendorf Who Ended His Life in Cairo
Had an Eventful Career. Came of
The remain of a. 10. Warrendorf
who committed suicide in Mils city
lal Monday nlgTll will ,e hurled todav
in Vina Ridge cemetery. The body
has hceri lying ,,t Keiih's undertaking
eatabliithmeni since Monday nighl
pending some word from relatives or
frieads or the decedeni but none came
and tfte man who was wHlmm friends
or hope 111 lifi
profltabii paper ami demanded lie
return of his money,
Partner Still Waiting.
Tl ourtlv Warremlorr MaHtv ,n.
tinned the $1..-,iii, thai I- lie gave
hl personal note for thai amount.
Davis has since bflen Waiting lor lid
Ingfl of his partner.
Warrendorf became a attainted wiih
l i.vi 1 -. . .
. nuwara neid r the Qeorire W
III b placed m a Reld OH Co., tin North Main it net
DIES IN NATIVE LAND "
Ah Fong Is No More-Was Father-in-Law of Lieut. 8
Ann.. ... I mi
J. Uougherty U. S. A., Formerly
of Mound City 1
News has been received here IhaMrniin I hv I1 n,. i i I
. . 1 'i 11 i i i in I l I , II I II . I
ai rang, a wen Known Chinese oapl- ot ht oh I Id r en one daughter mar-1
mm, formerly of MaWuii. died m ried Lieutenant Riggi, of the Uttlted
china on Tuesday, September 35, Statea Navy: another wan wedded to
ruUM as in.- tut tier in hi w of lames vv. Brewiter, who served dm
Lieut, A. J. Dnmrhsrtv ri a ...i... ..
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ALWAVI nMirou ff Tm
11,1 1 .'Hue the wife of Lieutenant
Forecasts for Today.
.Cairo and vlcinlt) clearing; no de
cided change in temperature.
Illinois (Issued ai Chicago Rain in
north, fair in 1011th portion.
Kentucky Fair ana ooiar,
Tennessee Fair, .cooler.
Sun and Moon.
Sun will iise today
Sun will gel today
.Moon will -ei tonlsrht
hi me paupers reserva
tion at Villa Ridge cemetery,
A. 85. warrendorf was a former i;eu
tetiaiit in the German army, whose
superb physique, splendid conversa
tional ability and knowledge of several
languages conynended him to many
mull they learned he had turned bts
talents to crime.
I Although Warrendorf left in 81
and it ii
L""ls- He told a plausible story wttn ashlploadof hla countrj u n
to Heid. His father had reached a pad a little money and opened a st on
tllarn 1-11 nl,- iii ,i,,., a. . i i... ,. . . ,, .
" u"uu niiny, i nis i "iiicii ne iianuieii ci'ochery si
" as i i n
lormeny reamed in Mound City, Lleul
s,, ai r, ami Mrs. A. Uougherty, of the American
A. .1. Dougherty, of Mound City, who army, a more unusual alliance w is
are well known i,e,e. the marriage of another daugher to
AI) POna landfill in WauaH , tOEol ilmlfal .
,M ' ii4'i . ivMiii-iiii, tii I f 1 1 nnvt M. i
Sft AM SJAKCKV.i R
117-111 20tN StrMt,
Louis a trail of forged rtoti
' a. m.
IS p. in.
:43 a. m.
Washington. Sept 28. Illinois
Rain, Saturday; brisk to high north
east winds. Siimiay fair.
paid debts, it was mil i h
directly lo his suicide.
abortSge in Memphis.
After being released from a Ml'
Sjsslppl prison in January, Warren
dorf became engaged with the Mom.
phis really system ami wb e,n..,,. ,,t
the Bulletin, a real estate nuhMntfn
He was short between 13,000 and ffi
000 iii his accounts. He Red while on
indictment was being drawn.
It was in 1892, 14 years ago, when
I Warrendorf, a dapper German army
j officer, went to St. Louis. He readily
, gained friends because of his engag
Ing manner and went to live at 1749
I resion place, with Andrew H. G
Qeisel Manufacturing Co
Warrendorf talked much about his
relatives in jpozen, Germany, and their
nigh connections. Hl father, he said,
had been decorated for valor in the
army. When his father died. Warren
dorf said, there was an estate of 18,000
lo he settled unA II, ,.,,,,.,1,
. , , w,,,, BUUJQ HI
since invest i-iit.wl 1 1. ...... ..i. ....
, in ,,uu v,ei ma ii t 1
'illy recently his son, Known now as
ybert II. Atonk, married Mrs. Amu
'.. wninnfl , m m i.'i, , :..
I bric-a-brac. The vnn nhtnm. -v r ,h , " .nr,
. . ' " " " ; " MMW1 IS IUW AII'S. AI'-
was genial and liheral. Boon forming tbur Johnston wife of nrosnerans
many frlendshlns nmoie, ,,.1,0.,.. ,,,,.,.,.1,.,.,, ,, 1
In 1892 his fortune wat
said lo ex-
who did business wilh him
I M X I 1,,, , .1... , . .. . . . .
....... ,,v unugnier 01 ceeu yju,uuu,uuo. In that year be Pli
" S..1,,.,, wno ai turn m garnered much of his property to v 'h
hl".l)',ls""'H-s- "'' and started on a visit to his moth- at
With his first aapnln I,., l , .... ....
!,, j, 1 , I , iuioiwu -i uuuuiry, ue never returned and'Ci
Hen! became trustee mi h In cm ...1,,,, ,.1, ! , ,.. ... .. . u 1 w
DVestigated thraUSh Rnmn VMn wn MIW.IM) I k. l tun "... . '. . '
.., , 1 j.,,,,,.. m ill, 11 1 perplexing because M
Notice to Change the Corporate Name.
'Second street and Clark avi
had heard of Gelsel through
lawyers and has loarnd n,.
hundred dollars Warrendorf received There wr,
neiore ne left here was all he Inherl
The trusteeship proved a might
bhrden to Reid. He was held aceoum
aoie tor dents, amonn the,,,
runerai 1,111 incurred when Warren-
Moris orotner died from blood poison
seven years ago in Cincinnati. He
was brought here for burial. Reld
finally paid that bill.
Warrendorf obtained possession of
several small nromissorv nntna i,,,m
I had made out to men In business. Tho
1 I name o the nave
14 children In
Fong maintained tb
heme in t he I put
noi ire is nerehy 1
in be a special meet
Idora of the Bucher
V ill the residence of R! tinnh
pa,--er, 2111 I Walnut street, on the 8th day
1 r, 1900, at im p. m., for
line eictravaaranl ntan ami n,,,
Fong family. These he reared in mag geotls hospitality of the mansion neve
nificeru syle, living in one of the most Waned Until the marring,, of the las
elegant houses in Honolulu, attended j daughter left occupant! who cared Iii
by numerous servvanis and sur-'tle for social gayetles
FUNERAL SEflUCBiOIED IT HOSPITAL
Idering and decldlna
QUestl di nf changing the
ll-' CO r 1 1, ) I': 1 1 i, 1 I , , n n..-i.,.
-, wM tu i-j, nuQumr
A NT I ION' Y p, khs.
r..i-.. t,i ft
- Hi ih., September 7, I90o,
in Northern Mlchl-m .1,..; J
c n 1 ... . "WT.;W
J"r or spend the I
summer months bv th ..1 JLJ
water of lake and stream which Ml
no" illl KIUI s i.f .
Ing tne farnoiis brook front.
Land is inostlv level w. , , A
above the level of lake Mleid3
y lever and asthd
wax nisiant relief.
The soil Is a dark
pec ally adapted to fruit and vel
ais.ng wun the best mafltd
This land la being offered at fraj
'.:"0 to mn rt.i .i
g aero cash, balance easy monthly pal
.. wiuioiu interest think ot
cheaper than renting.
The next excursion to these hJ
will leave Cairo Tuesday aoof
-Sin, arriving in otilr
j";-- -Pet.diiiK the day in ' Chlcagf
" 11 .!. p. m. by boat fcf
-gon, arriving there the nd
moi.iing. where we taka rin
llaldwln. countv seiu .,f i.i,,, jL
- - .. .... . ' ,,'iMJ
wh"r" are located. To gl
en,re in people W(, wl
rale of ir,0i( for the rounl
"'IP to prospective purchasers goof
'' t'-n .li.j-8 which is much less thai
""ye one way. Fare will be rl
liinded to purchasers of 40 . :;!
m,:,r- ;,",! ' from first pa
fflte by (w. lve o'clock each MtHldal
I lea.-e call at office for any frtht
iiformatioi) deslred-we will be gla(
u 1 til iuxu n..
E. J. HOLGESCO
Yon might be living tn a boosTtwteJ
big as your present one If yon bad!
( '-a.ua 10 watet, the want adi. frI
opportunities ri.l frmA
ij., .., ,
... euaee.i wun nemlcals. oihe.
ster names and muni, 1 .
i,,,.-, aiiuiunis wen
written in. Reld was sued on one 0
these notes that fell Into the hands 0
a money lender. He could show thi
work of Hie chemical upon the paper,
ase caine to trial and won
He could not disput
meats, it made, before agreeing u
pay lor them. We have In Stocl
exactly what you wait ami will in
delighted to -how ii i(, you. you ti
'"' We judge p.f the fit. we gnaran
ic 'ing everything
Vollll" Man ll:iv,. v,, o,,ff. ,
embarrssmenl sjtendaPt upon the re vl!L m,! IV 8?endler' ot
celpt of a., lilflttlng rait of elothes L , He ntrodcei' Wm-
IhSI you ordered from s local reb- rl'. "If ?'n,t"1-
resentaiive of an out-of-town tail rinu L,,," V '? IOVe w"" Qei-iwork of
Shop? U you have von 1 , ? " charming daughter. Natalie, and when th
fee the great advantage that you de. SS ll fJSK1 iSS?.00- A' Lhe atLme Wa
rive when vou natron 1 70 ,,- a ,.. ' """ aer ram- Slgnatui
It is indeed much in a purchaser'!
faVOr lo ba able to insneel I he .,,
'I success 111 i In. ..tl.t.,. .1 . , ...
v- , j 1 , 1; 11 1.1. 1 v ' 1 mi ',,, 1.1. . . .
: ' "'" he lni "am' k "ere, m i899 1. ,ie,. from
...... ......... uiui now. I ML .011 s '. ,. ,,
Warrendorf could easilv carrv th 'for 1,1,,, 1 ... ', , ' . .
r-imvwt.1 i.. .,1 . " . . "lh woereanoutH was
is well as tne He w. 7 , u , WPMT. noi Known. Had he been found, som,
lit was a Heidelberg graduate who I, if his HnHx. .,
had gone from the university Into the Ut ,i.v ZIa "
lonor. The onetime German army officer
tn 1 dropped out of alahl affr ho loft ui
Over Remains of Louis Herbert Will
Held This Afternoon Long
List of Pall Bearers.
' , enter- Fied in 1899.
UUl UC"' T""s' 'Wnt8 and others hav
winning the hand l ot the pretty daugft. caused Held to become premat -
ter, but he had borrowed fCOO worth gray, he savs. PremaiureJ!
The remains of Louis Herbert hav,
been lying in state at Hie resldenci
of Peter Day, near Fourteenth stree
and Washington avenue, since theil
he arrival IV, .111 Si. Louis, and the fuller
Mrs. J. W. Stiten Succumbs to Abct-ss
of Appendix at St. Mary's Infirmary.
S11I , , 1 1 , 1 v., , , . .....
""-'' 1 Alllll. ,, u,. 1 1 , .
......... ,,r n,i,i lou.mn aueis o
111 a nionesi wav, vet ea ine
I PURELY PERSONA! j
a J.gged.cuL upua the forehead, tke ce' d Reh " ZtnTt
utnenoea a woman against a man s forgery.
remarks and fought duel vlthl a i.',,. ,
al service will be held then' (Ill's after
noon at 1:30 o'clock, a special train
will leave the foot uf Eighth si 1 eel at
L':-4."i o'clock. The active pall bearers
will be taken from the membership :if
the Cartro Casino ami Maennorcbor, of
which deceased was a charter mem
Kolowing are the bonoiarv null
LI" tr M CENTURY
. t' II rir..; Mm. ,,.nuiu IVJUTK
Inflrmar I V VaaS rn ..... . mr' "'v "avw 110 i""' soc A max
Mrs. .1. vv. siat a, of 3504 Walnut
' ' 1 ' no ii , esi nay momma .-, 1
2:20 o clock al Si. .Mary'
after a 1 'fl dav' iiinBo.. t
was afflicted with an appendlcal al
cesa and a surgical operation wa
perforilied lor her i-ftlbif I,,,, 11 , I L ow R.itn tr, J 1 , I. l
'ii j -" v vi. L.wijn ifiri MKf irn 1 r .
" On Odober Is, and 2nd ' , " , ,Z " t0 St' Lou,s Return.
Miss Mat lie Mulvlhlll is ennflntiH tn
her home on Twenty second street by
MLs Genevieve Crowell, of Anna
is the gueSI ot her aunt. Mrs. J, ,
Miss Rudele Hebsacker has return
ed from a visit of ifcree weeks with
friends at Kvansvllie, ind.
Mrs. ft. A. Julian and daughter ss
Hertrude. of 1711 Poplar street, are
confined to their home by illness. I
Leila Brans. Of Ponlnr nirf
Mo. is the guest of her mother
It. F. Robertson, of Sixth street.
..uLr-uui is now he was cut upon
me hand; The other marked the
course of a bullet from the weapon
01 his antagonist in a revolver duel
In Germany. There were other duels,
too. His bearing was that of a soldier.
He walked very erect and even jaunt
ily. His clothes were of the be,t ah
lit hiffl as became an army Officer.
Jilted By Girl.
Natalie (ieisel soon loa rnnd Ik.i
she dirl noi love the dashing army
officer ,s she gave him 10 under
stand he Icould ;pay her court 111
more, her father more unceremonious
ly drove him from Hie bouse. Oelshel
hud become convinced of his crooked
Mi hough Warrendorf lived in
Mr. Frank Hargan. of CharietU
Mo. is the guest of hi "laughter, M,
John Sammons. of Twentieth street
ed from Celsel's house, fjeisel never
haw him again and would have ,11
I tacked him, had he seen him. he
Charles I.. Hin
f Mnrphysbore a ,uai1
well known real estate ami financial t''shi''' 1
agent, was in tht
Francis McCabe. ,
has been visiting nfi
McCabe. of Tenth
city yesienlav on
Among lhe re
who were in thr
Warren B Cralj
Harillne of KIc,
it-nis or the coiinlv
by yesterday wer- :
'f McClure; OSorg
I M Clark of Me
Di. R K. Cordon returned ye-terday
from Denver. Colo, where he accom
panied the late Louis Herbert. En
route home he stopped in S'. Louis
for two days.
Mrs. Annie L. Kimmell went to
Charleston Mo. yesterday to visit her
daughter, Mrs Kdward (; RolwlBg
laugtiter was Morn to Mr an'l Mrs
indorf became bookkeeper a
Sayings. When James Bro
's"",. ai remioi r ti, cam
During thai time lie su,.n
money freely was a g
out drinking much or
money went for carriau- s ,,
mb'cb he might rMe ami
iplendid hor emanslep ami
!!k for the ladies he nev
' I "ii.
I The younu mans real in
1 as 1 , b ,-i ,i. left tiie siar-Sa'
legaa psblishfng the Bcho,
paper. IP' had more prom
s "ft iptions. nore preiiy. poiislul ,,f
Ikv furniture than ndvettfaeSMatl
Warrendorf advertised for a partner
A man named Davis from a small
town near St. Louis, took ,(,,, n .,,
furniture to be a sign of prosp. rilv
and invested $1.5nn. Davis mishtv
s.Kin tired of being "angel' for an nn-
Bim in Mlssissipfii and he was turned
over to ihe Southern authorities con
victed and sent l0 prison. Reid under
stood. Without changing the name he was
proud "f, Warrendorf. after his rei,,s,.
look up work in Memphis lasi Jenu-j
hai he did win, ihe nun
16.00.) since that time, in addition to
.us salary, no one knows,.
His employers knew there was some
thing wrong wiih his accounts ami
Instead of arrestiha hin, ,, susd, .,-,,
thought to wait until the evidence was
more complete. The facts were ii.L-,,,,
belore the Brand I nr. 1.
j.-.. uii.i 11 was
.on., very secretly, yet Wsrrendorl
learned of It. n- Bed Sunday.
'" ""rapnu aeteeiivei lesrm
had gone toward Cairo. When I,
peered al a hotel there and aai
Kane was up he bought a bott
SMSOB ami prepared to take
Al. Web, I.. 11. Myers. A. Comi
I hOttWB Fuller, Jo,
nmicn, feter Baup, a. Botto, John
s. Alsthorpe, Ma.j. k. w. Halllday,
Claude Winter, J ,W. Wenger. Daniel
Hart man, (f. F. Poller, w. m Wil
liams, F. Teichman. Samuel rin l.-
A Under. William Kluge, Calvin '.
Neff, Henry Hasenjaiger. John p,
Kan, George J. Pecker M. C Wrlahl
Oi F. Ort Paul O. Schuh, Waller H
Wood. Charles FeUchtfir Sr. tnotn
Leek, John M, l.ansden, Herman c.
Schuh. iteed Oreen, M f. Olibert, An
drew Lohr. Sidney 11. Miller Patrick
Mahoney, B. S. Dewev CtAnrtro i,.
sons, Hank Coeieiie. Frank Oaasota,
John H. Robinson, M. .1. Howley, c H
Brackett, p w. Barclay, c. R. Stuart,
William McHale. John Cain.
disease bail pi.,;
The decadent i
husband, .1. w. staten, a
penter, and iv small child
The funeral will lake pa
mder ihe direction of Mi'
1 1 ' 1 1 , 1
50c for lh,' roum
' " "'"i-i is, ami .tin. account 1 n- -. 1 ... ....
Veiled Prophet' celebration Mobile v. .1 1" , . . tMi nt
,1 in III,, : u-iii , .... h ""ru'lou. Mobile
of one f,e , I 'u, I ",. 7 . a Will
Ti,.i , : . ,s " br- "" t rate of one J
liirning inn II (Jet,, her ;:, s ' '"' ""' rol,nd trip,
"'ills tor uartlniiluM . ""' ''' i until October
I -11. ask agents for particulars.
I 11" 1 11 1M Til set v ces ,,r 1 1,,, i,
Hodges. Bt. A . i-ouik Herbert, will be held ai Mi
, . i,...,.. , .
1 "' s resilience, 1405 Washlni
on- avenue, Saturday 111 1:30 p.
special train will leave foot of Els
(tree! at 2:46 p. m. for Beech Grov
I rt., D mmmm .,
. io mock island. III., via
Mobile and Ohio R. R.
Account Farmers- National Con
gress, Tickets win he sold Octobei
71,1 o lOth. inclusive, return Umll
October Kith. Ask Agents for partlcti
UNCLE JOE'S HOTEL
14. k J
rifst Class Acconimodad'oiis.
1H,co u" rer wy- Meals 25c. Lodging 25c.
JUb. McAGALA, Prop. 603 OHIO STREET.
J. Edward Rel
.now before he
END OF LONG LIFF
Mrs. Caroline Van Brocklin. An Old
Resident of Cairo. Passed Away
After Long .'llness.
Cairo Opera House
D. U WILLIAMSON Man
The (Had Hand Cafe
A Strictly FIrst-Clata Bar.
Wnsst Wines, Liquors, Cigars
Curnor tlxth and Ohio Strssta.
Uncle Joe's Saloon
aoo-l Commercial Avenue.
JOSEPH STEAQALA, Pre.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Expected His Suicide.
de netn A
The Favorite s Return
i snew ae would commit suicide a, .
IBM Mr Qetsel. When I told him to ) !S.
have my BOnSS I to, him he Would olJIWS
put a billet in his head before lie I m t
Z,hTT' ' WaS mis,ak-n ln Sundav ato'
ii'-'hod but not m the result. .jv
Written b C. T. Daze
OU Comlcsl Pickeninmea
f Koillni-L, T-,.,riiI.K....I ZM m.l
QrtatoMotal. bentnaei Tbeftunoa
Pi, aalsat I irnv Band. Madce'
Thiilhnif HwinK hi rem ihe Miaht
r i a i
Miss By id H.l
Tnn.. where nhi
friends and Is thf
Mrs o h. hteNet
Mrs. 1 M. rhs.l
I)a bison, it h o
nrriyed jn Cairo T
It L. F Davi.lson
rick and M,s I T
uisdav niuht to vis.
of Mfl WMMttftOSJ
wh is attending
-een elected lead
thletlcs ,ind also
' He Witt Clinton they will Kn Chicag,
n New ork. has Adams' aunts. Mrs. Frf
of his division in .Miss Yio'a Antrim
der of ihe scho-'I
OHTI on j train
Martin Murry, Laborer On Big Four
Railroad. Died Suddenly While
En Roirte to Cairo.
William Preetorius cam
New Madrid yesterday ai
main oyer todav. n u h
The pens used by the chlblrea of
im J,Pn consist of bamtHi and rabbita
Ii me f-
strict agent f.,r
r St. Ixuis en.)
place bv Mi -
STENSLANO AT WORK
Mr and Mrs Am bruise Pyal
Washington avenue are packl
hotflsehoM food ajreearatory
niovins; to Y:lla Rhine wn
Pyaif rerntly purcha oil a U,
Malvin Franklin, son it
Mrs H. Franklin, of El
4, "I bl- p'ilil' fl
sr Lnt Adams of Sinlih-1 jrit o wi, n, i.
lfT"t. Kr. are f,ipi. of tho ' ,- , - r,,. , , f, ...
. ncle. H s Anlrim and family, of Jahor aloocsb'
Twenty eighth street. Mrs. Adams '- .-c ,,f
was formerly Miss Anna Lake Havn.- , . ,1
Martin Mm rv a la V r
t'.y the Big K.iur Tftmed
III . died n Hip.
mornltist srhfte en route to neirn
I eceien, had li-en ill for s.-v
lent ,avs with a malarial attack and
lhe effects of aleoholi-m. Th railtoad
j'- mpMf seal him to Cairo for tp-ai
nu-nt a St Mary's Infirmary and lie
jias nlaie,) in a hajantaaje car i.n
I "' death eMsMi alK.ut an hour
). 81 as j 'x foie the train reached this f lu
id. wa-J',", 'rain was crowd, d with excur
tl w ner I sionists cominc t , faim rwsr.n.. ,
Unc Night Only. Q
Tuesday, Oct. Z
Tim l-'avorite lierinan Dialect
AL. H. WILSON
In u n w t1atY oh iret !f isf ,r tf
"METZ IN-THt iLPS'
Mr. W ,,, ill ... :M..
n ut R,'s -e.il !,,iiii,t
.,. M,, , i (,r1 y Ai i n.,,,.,
n "'1' '"jrlana." "Wi.,,ri5a;
MswtaMtlwscesamlMsata at M,
alas wi 'ai ttm. tt tir two r'wi
.,, weir. r. ,.-(: niit,'Plr'si ir. r (,,-
iiry. as, geem es ..h Mo.a.j!
WRDN1 so y. OCT
Supported in- many of ti.orie
inal New Y rk IVi in f.eore
Ae'. (, realist I nmnlv
'The Connh Chairman
THE KEY To PROSPERITY
It embraces honest effoit, fra
gality and the habit of saviug
part t t your income.
609 Ohio St., Cairo, III.,
Is exclusively a savinp-s hanlr
and pays interest on deposits
at rate ot 3 per cent, com
pounder! every six months.
Deposits Over One Million Dollars.
We receive deposits Wednesday evenings from 6 p.m. to 8 p m
The only place in town
where you can get all
H.ckory Wood. Two horee
Waaon load J1.50.
ELL PHONE 13 1.
Hickory Stove Wood
We run two wagons, mike prompt deliveries.
Clark-Danforth Handle Comoanv
west Zlst. St, M. m O. R. R.
Throa States i and.' Two Rivers"
MAi ' Mi k'lr I mur WW " .JjSsfsfcaf8Fiafc n ,
mm ,.n in hb.- . im in. i H III . r
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