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The Best Manure Spreader
ON THE MARKET TODAY!
This machine may be seen at my implement
department a new addition to my general black
smith and wagon business. I also handle the
AVERY Corn Planters
In fact it is my intention to carry a general line
of Farm Implements of all kinds. Call and see
me for whatever you may need.
e. i. bkbsile,
SOUTH SIXTH ST
From Tuesday's Daily.
George II. Woods of Louisville
was in the city today at lending to
srtmo matters of business.
J. I). Shrader, from the vicinity
of Union, was in the city today at
tending to business matters.
Charles Gerlach of Manley
came in this afternoon lo attend
In some mailers of business.
J. 0. Niday came up this morn
ing from Union to attend to some
business matters at I he court
II. J. Hose and John L. Hutching
of Weeping Water were in the
city yesterday looking after busi
John Kafferiberger drove in this
morning from his home and de
parted on the early Hurlinnton
train for Omaha.
J. E. Wiles look advantage of
the drying roads to come in yes
terday afternoon in his louring
car to look after business mat
ters. Mrs. Lizzie Ilaer came in l his
morning from her home in the
northern part of the stale and
will make a short visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey
I'rickler, south of this city.
The choice of all men
who know good whiskey.
FOR SALE BY
VI For its
Kr -: '- -, ' ' ' - li
recorded in the Tercheron So
ciety of America, No. 81875. . Jaloux has a splendid record, a strong
pedigree, and is an excellent foal getter.
Jaloux will make the season of 1913 as'follows: Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday of each week at the barn of Henry Ragoja, five miles
southeast of Louisville; Thursday Friday andSaturday at Wm, Wetten
kams.ptwo miles west of Mynard.
TERMS $15.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. Care will be taken
to prevent accidents, but will not be held responsible should any occur.
Counl.vCoinniissioner G. II. Jor
dan came in last evening lYoni
Alvo to attend the meeting of the
board of county commissioners.
Mrs. S. O. I'ilinai: of Murray
came down last evening from
Omaha and was met here by Mr.
1'ilman and taken to their home.
Attorney (',. K. TelTl of Weeping
Wider came down from Omaha
last evening and spent several
hours here looking nflr business
John Chalfant ami son, Jack,
of near Union, were in Ihe city to
day for a few hours looking after
business matters at the court
Editor Graves of I he Union
Ledger came up last evening to
look after some business mallei's,
as well as lo engage in a pilch
contest, but his reputation as a
player has scared all I lie "sharks"
in this cily.
Andy Campbell came lo this
cily to get material for rebuilding
his home, which was destroyed by
the tornado on Easier night, and
while here look lime to call at this
oflice and have his subscript ion
extended for another year.
Miss Anna I). Day of the slate
department of education at Lin
coln,, was in the city yesterday
afternoon and isiled the schools
and met the teachers al .'l:'o, at
which time she explained the
certilicalion laws, of whirli she
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mcisnger
and son Oliver, and babe and Mrs.
Y I. Meisinger were visitors in
this cily yesterday. Mr. Meisinger
and little son were pleasant call
ers al this office and while here
Mr. Meisinger renewed the sub
scription of the paper going to his
father-in-law, George Hild, al
Woom field, Neb.
Mrs. II. C. Knapp of Lanioni,
Decatur county, Iowa, who has
been spending the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. Margaret Kline,
near Cedar Creek, was a visitor in
this city yesterday afternoon and
called at Ibis oflice and ordered a
copy of Ihe Semi-Weekly Jour
nal sent lo her daughter for six
months. Mrs. Knapp will depart
for her home in fowa today.
For any pain, burn, scald or
bruise, apply I)r. Thomas' Lied ie
Oil Ihe household remedy. Two
sizes. ".Tic and 50c. al all drug
The Celebrated Percheion
Jaloux is a beautiful black
ercheron, wei ghing 19 5 0
pounds, foaled March 5, 19U9
bred by M. Durand, - Depart
ment of Orne, and imported
by E. J. Heisel, Fremont,
Iowa, in October, 1911, and is
w rnnas nrnnrl
Held of Weather Bureau Sum
marily Fired by President.
M TO HAVE LEFT JULY 31.
i Unexpected Action Result of Campaign
i to Land Secretaryship of Interior.
Department of Justice Has Subject
i Under Consideration.
Washington, April 17. Professor
Willis 1.. Moore, chief of the weather
bureau since IS'.ij, and an appointee
uf the Cleveland administration, was
mniniarily removed from office by
President Wilson. His resignation re
rently had been accepted to take ef
feet July 81, but after an investiga
tion of his alleged efforts to become
secretary ot agriculture In the present
cabinet grave (barges of irregularity
were preferred and the president with
drew his acceptance of the resigna
tion, dismissing Professor Moore.
IiBter he referred the subject to the
department of Justice for Inquiry.
Secretary Houston of the agricul
tural department conferred with the
president before the removal of Mr.
Moore was announced. The secretary
then issued the following statctnpnt:
"Immedbtely after the resignation
of Professor Moore of the weather bu
reau was submitted to the president
and accepted by him, charges were
filed with the secretary of agriculture
by responsible men within the service.
These charges were of so grave a na
ture that the secretary of agriculture
cRlled unon the department of justice
for an Investigation.
"The investigation still is under
way, hut the facts so far secured nnn
laid before the president were suffi
cient to warrant him in deciding to
withdraw his acceptance of Professor
Moore's resignation and' remove him
summarily, which has been done. The
president also has directed the secre
tary of agriculture to suspend Charles
T. Burns, an employee of the weather
bureau, pending a further Investiga
tion of his ease and take such disci
plinary measures as he may deem nec
essary with such other employees of
tie weather bureau as may have been
unduly active for authorizing the pub
lic service for private ends."
Moore Issues Statement.
Professor Moore issued a statement,
declaring that the same influences that
"attempted to disgrace and remove
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley" were responsi
ble for his removal, and branding a?
"infamously false" any intimation that
he had coerced . employees of the
weather bureau in supporting him for
the secretaryship of agriculture or
!ht vubl' ev had been expended!
la his enndidacy.
FKEEWOJL IS AGREED UPON
I Democratic Caucui Reaches Decision
After Stormy Session.
Washington., April 17.The Demo
A .1 .1 1 .1 1 ......
era tic caucus voted decisively to bup-
pori the wool schedule of the l-nder
wood tariff bid, placing r;iw wool on
the free list, alter Representative Un
derwood had made a stirring appeal
for the support of the caucus.
By a vote of 190 to 42 nn amend
ment offered by Representative Dies
(Tex.) to place raw wool on the dutia
ble list, was rejected.
RenreHt'iitntive Dies' amendment
proposed to place u duty of 15 per c nt
ad valorem on raw wool, he and other
champioi)3 of dutiable wool Insisting
that this was the judgment of the
ways and moans committee before
President Wilson saw the bill and sug
gested a change.
Majority Leader Understood, In
wlnd'ng up the discussion, warmly de
fended both the committee and the
president. lie declared that the presi
dent had a right to make suggestions
to congress relating to the tariff, but
that the bill ns a whole met with the
chief executive's approval when he
first read It as It came from the rom
m it tee.
"Out of 4.000 or more Items In the
bill," said Mr. Underwood, "thr
president only made two suggestions,
those affecting the sugar and wool
schedules. It seems to me that we
should accept those suggestions from
the president of the United States."
C. K. lleebner, one of the coun
ty commissioners, returned lo his
home at Nehawka this morning,
after being here in al tendance at
the board meeting.
W. I). Wheeler drove up yes
terday from his farm, south of
this city, to attend to some busi
ness matters wilh the mer
chants. W. II. Puis of near Murray was
in Ihe cily yesterday afternoon
for a few hours looking after
business matters at the court
Hen Heckman, Ihe worthy road
overseer of West Rock Hlufl's pre
cinct, came up yesterday for a
few hours, attending lo some
Miss Pearl Adair, who has been
here visiting wilh friends for a
few days, was u passenger Ibis
morning for her home at Spring
field, Neb., after n mosl enjoyable
SHOULD BE PUHO to
run rvTrirr nr tup i mi
ruLL ihm ur ,ntum
I .a si evening while train No. li
on the Hurlingloii was running
above La Hatie quite an exciting
incident occurred, in which .sev
eral parlies from this cily were
mixed up. II seems that a parly
of ladies from Ibis city were ac
costed by a gentleman suffering
from an overload of joy water,
who proceeded lo try and get fa
miliar with one of lliem, and on
being rebuked struck her a very
severe blow in the face. The
oilier members oT the parlv al
once interferred and one of the
ladies had one of her tinners
badly mashed by having it caught
in the door of Ihe car, which was
slammed shut h Ihe parly who
had made the advances and at
tack. One of the brakemen on
the train promptly interferred
with the proceedings and was at
tacked by Ihe man, who proceeded
lo attempt to bite a large chunk
out of the brakeman's cheek and
succeeded in inflicting a very
painful wound. The party provok
ing the (rouble will in all prob
ability have a complain! tiled
against him in Sarpy county,
where Ihe trouble occurred. This
is a mailer thai should be attend
ed to ami (he parly making the
assaiill on the women punished.
MRS. ETHEL 0. PERRY
OF GREENWOOD IS
Yesterday the 'insanity board
bad before I hem Mrs. Kthel 0.
Perry of (ireeuwood, who was
t barged w ith being insane by her
fat her, Thomas Mrowii. The
woman had been very violent at
limes, and during one of her out
bi'eiiks recently she broke a chair
I'UT Ihe bead of her aged parent,
as well as breaking one of his
lingers wilh a large, heavy stove
poker, and has at , different times
Ihi'enlf ued lo drown herself, and
ie-enming so unmanageable that
I lie parents found it necessary to
have her sent lo the asylum. At
I lie hearing yesterday she became
qui le violent and profane, cursing
I lit different wilnesses a liiey
appeared on the sland. The
sheriff look her to Lincoln yes
terday afternoon, where she will
be placed in the asylum for safe
keeping. Mrs. Anna Mail, who for many
veins vas a resident of this cily.
,..,,,. f 1, js . aflern i from
Omaha, where she is inakinu: her
home wilh her dauuhler, Mrs.
.laiio . Leary, and will visit with
o!d friends here for a short lime.
(Joy Closstm of ''amain. Neb.,
i- i-iling in the cil. being a
giiol at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. I'.. Vromaii. lie intends lo have
his family remove to Ibis cit and
will reside hero in Ihe future. He
will be employed in I be Ibirliug
t i n shops.
Henry Muzile and wife of Law
rence. Neb., who have been here
visiting relatives and friends, de
parted this morning mi the early
Hiiilinglon train for their home.
For Hair Health '
If Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does
not improve the health of your
calp and hair, we will pay for
what you use during the trial.
We could not o itronglv endorse
Rrxtill "u:t" Hair Totiia ana continue
to sell it to the same people if it did
not do nil w claim. Htiould it not
prove entirely satisfaetory our cii
toniers would loan faith in u, we
would loan their patronage, and our
businc.ij would sutler.
If your hair is falling out or you
ufTer any wr tmuhln, we believe
Ilnxall "li t" Hair Tonin will do more
to eradicate the dandruff, give health
to the sculp, stimulate new hair
growth and prevent premature bald
newt than any other human agency.
We want you to make ut prove
this. We atk you to rink no monny
whatever, liuy a bottle of Retail
"03" Hair Tonic, use it according to
direction! for thirty dayi: then it
you are not entirely latiifled, come
ad tell ui and we will promptly hand
back the money you paid ut for it. ,
We woo't ask you to sign any
thing, nor even to bring the bottle
back. We won't obligate you ia
any way. We will take your mere
word. Could anything be more fair?
Could we do anything mora to prove
our belief ia Ilexall "94" Hair Tonio,
and our honesty of purpose ia recom
mending it to your
Retail "9.1" Hair Tonio ia ai pleas
ant to una aa spring water and has
but a faint, pleasing odor. It corns
in two sites of bottles, 60o and $1.00.
You ran buy Retail "03" Hair Toaie
(a this community only at our store;
F. G. FRICKE & CO.
"mouth , Th. JStor, Nebraska
There la a Retail fitor in nearly erenr tows
nd oity In tue United State, Canada and
Orcat Britain. Taera If a difTereol lUull
ItriDtdy for nearly every ordinary human ill
nh MTMMilally dMiirnml or tha partloular ill
whloa It 1 recommend d.
TV lUaail Sterei are AmatiaVt CraatMt
otik or kiwi. n:TTi..mi:T.
In the Co only Court In and fur aa
t ou.l), .Nrbrakkn.
l-i Ke-Kstate of Henry C. McMaken.
To ai.i, i'Ki:so.s inti:i:ksti:i:
You are herehv notified that on the
.'tli iliiy of April. Kva McMaken
U.-.-se, executrix. 1011I tiuv l. McMaken,
executor, of t lie above estate, filed their
petition for tinal settlement, and tinal
report, showing that the funds of said
estate are InsuttWient to pav claims,
ana that uinlcr uml by virtue of an
agreement entered into between said
executors and the claimants u gainst
said estut", said claimants are to re
ceive in full payment of their (lalms
their pro rata share according to their
respective claims, after the payment
of court coMs and expenses.
A hearing will be had on said peti
tion and tinal report upon the I'tith duv
of April. A. D. tun. al 10 o'clock a. in'.,
at the oflice of the t'ountv J ml ire, Court
House, rlattsmoiith, t'ass t'ountv, Ne
braska, at which time orders will be
entered ill accordance with the findings
of the court.
All objections to said pel ii ion and
final report must be tiled before said
hour on said day of hearing.
ISv the t'oiirt.
(SKA I. At.I.KN .1. r.KKSiiN,
KAWI.S ,x lloliKUTSON.
A I tornevs.
MT1 I". TO Cltl'lHTOIIS.
lu the County Court uf (nan County,
In the Matter of the Instate of Chris
tian Stoehr, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
creditors, of said deceased will meet
with the executor of said estate before
tne, the County Judge of Cass County,
Nebraska, nt my otllce In the City of
I'lattsniouth, In said Cass County, on
the S6th duy of April, m;l, and on the
4th day of October. 113, at ten o'clock
n. m., each of said days, for the pur
pose of presenting their claims and
having the same examined, adjusted,
allowed or refused. Six months are
allowed the creditors of said deceased
to present their claims, and which
period expires on October the 4th, 1913,
at ten o'clock it. in.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
County Court, nt rlattsmoiith, Ne
braska, this 8th dav of March, 1913.
tSeal) AI.I.IIN J. HHKSON.
I). O. PWYF.lt. Attorney.
MII'ICII OK UM'I.IC TIO FOIl
Notice Is hereby given to all persons
Interested ami to the public, that the
undersigned, (ius K. Mohr, has filed his
petition and application Willi the vil
lage clerk of the village of Avoca,
County of Cass, iind State of Nebraska,
as required by law, signed by the re
quired number of resident freeholders
of the said village, setting forth that
the applicant Is a man of respectable
character ami standing mid a resident
of the Slate of Nebraska, and praying
t lint a license may he issued to the
said (Ius K. Mohr for the sale of matt,
spirituous and vinous liquors for the
municipal year ending May :!, 1911, at
his place of business, situated on the
west two-thirds of lot live (5), In block
thirteen (i:i, in said village of Avoca,
C.l'S V. MOIIU, Applicant.
April 7, I9i:i.
MITICH til-' ITI,ICTIO l-'OH
i. mi on i. it i:si:.
Notice Is hereby given to nil persons
Interested and to the public, that the
undersigned, Kdward K. Oelschlager,
has filed his petition and a mil lea t Ion
111 the ollice of the. clerk of the Village
of Kagle, County of Cass, uml State of
Nebraska, as reijulred by law, signed
by the reuiiired number of resident
free-holders of the said village, setting
forth that the applicant is a man of
respectable character and standing and
a resident of the Stale of Nebraska,
nnn praying that n license may be Is
sued lo the said Kdward h Oolschlager
for the sale of malt, spirituous and
vinous Honors for the period of one
year from the dale of the hearing of
said application, in n building situated
on lots live and six (' and A), in block
nineteen (19 1. of the suid Village of
kiiwaki) r . oi:i..s'ciif..(ii:i:
April 4. 19K
oitiii:n kiiii iik limn,
In Ihe Count) Court nt (' County,
In the Matter of the Kstute or Alice M.
To All l'ersoiet Interested In Said
I'pon reading Ihe duly verified peti
tion of Otto K. Tague and Kred O.
Tague, filed In tills court, praying for
the appoint ment of William C. Kamsey
as administrator of the estate of said
deceased, It Is ordered that a hearing
be had on said petition nt the County
Court Kooiu, In said county, on the IHst
day of April, li:i, nt the hour of 10
o'clock a. in., and that notice of Ihe
time uml place of sahl hearing be given
to H 1 1 persons Interested In said estate,
by the publication of n copy of this
order for three successive weeks In the
riiillsmoiitli .1 in l run I , a legal newspaper
printed and circulated in said county.
1'Hted this L'Kth day of March, 1!H.'!.
AI.I.KN J. ltKKSd.N', County Judge.
KOTICK OV M.K.
In Hie District Court or Cuss Cam ill),
Ill Ihe .Matter of the Kstato of Nicholas
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of hii order of lion Ueorge K.
Corcoran, Acting Judge of the lUslrict
Court of Cass County. Nebraska, made
I on the L'Oth day of March l'Jl.l for the
saio oi real esiaie iiei eina i icr uesci incu,
there will be sold nt the south door of
the Court House, at rlattsmoiith, Ne
braska, on the L'tith day of April, 19KI,
at HI o'clock n. in., nt public vendue
to Ihe highest bidder f(.i cash, under
Ihe terms of paragraph nine of the will
of Nicholas llalmes, deceased, and Ihe
order of above named Court, permitting
a member of the family of said de
censed, to ussume mid take over the
hid of any outsider uny time before (he
closing of sale. Twenty per cent of
the hid to be paid in cash at the close
of the sale, ami the balance of the bid
to lie paid at the time or the conhi illa
tion of the sale by said District Court
or Judge thereof. The land to bo sold
Is Hie following: N'j of KKV4, Sec.
js. Two. 12. Itnnge 9: S of SW and
NW ',4 of SW'.i of Sec. K, Twp. 12,
llange lit: S'A of SKU und SV4 of SVV'4
and NWVi tf SW'i of See. 7, Twp. 12,
I lunge IS; NK'i of NV of Sec. f.,
Twp. 12. Knnge U, and Uits 10, II anil
12, in lllock 2, of the Cily of Platts
moiith all in Cuss County, Nebraska.
Said Lots It and 12, lllock 2. to lie sold
subject to the Homestead right therein
of Henrietta Hnlmes, widow. Said sale
will remain open one hour.
Dated this 24th day of March, 1913.
NICHOLAS C. JIAI-MI'.'S,
Kxecutor of the Instate of Nlcholns
D. O. 1 ) W V K 1 1. Attorney.
l MM IV TV COlllT.
ST ATM OK NKHUASKA,
County of diss, ss.
In the Matter of the Kstate of Cornelius
To All I'erMons Interested:
You are hereby notilled thnt there
hus been died In this court petition,
alleging therein thnt the said Cor
nelius I ten ire n lias departed this life.
leuving an Instrument purporting to be
his last will and testament, and
codicil attached thereto, which
instrument Is now on tile In this court
The prnyer of suld petition Is that said
Instrument be allowed and probated
ns the last will and testament nf the
mid Cornelius ltengen. deceased.
You are further notilled that a hear
ing will ho had upon said petition and
proponed will before this Court nn the
JBtli uav or April, ii;t, at ociock a.
tn at the County Court Koom In tho
City of I'lattsmouth, In said County.
1 lllll HII OUjeCllOIIS IIICICIU, Ift MIIJ, iimr,
be tiled nn or before said day and hour
Witness my hand and the seal of the
Count v Court of said County this 1st
dav of April, li:i.
(Seal) Al.t-RN .7. HI'IKSON.
lu Ihp County Court In ami for Caia
In lte Kslate of lielilah Schwab, De
To all pcrnons Interested, and pur
Ocularly John Schwab, Samuel
Schwab, Joseph Schwab, Kiln Schwiib,
You are h.-icbk notifi l Oat on
March M. 1913. S.oah M. Mason anil
Charles K. Schwab led their petition
alleging the death tesiate on March
I'l, I'M.;, of lielilah Schwab, a resident
or the County of Cass, Nebraska, pos
sessed of an estate therein, and request
tnat an instrument filed therewith be
found to be the last will and testa
ment of said decedent, and admitted to
probate as such. anil asking that
Charles Kddie Schwab, nominated
therein ns executor, he appointed as
A hearing will be had thereon on
April L'l, 1 H 1 :i . nt nine o'clock a. in. at
the oflice of t lie County Judge, Court
House, I'lattsniouth, Cass Count v Ne
braska, lit which time orders will be
entered in accordance with the flnd
lues of t he court.
All objections thereto, If anv, must
be filed before said hour on said day ot
I!v t be Court
AI.l.KX .1. HKKSOX. County Judge.
l.S & IIOHKUTSOX,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
.Notice is hereby given lo all
persons interested ami to the pub
lic, that Ihe undersigned, (. S.
Truinhle, lias filed his petition
and application in the ollice o! the
clerk of the Village of Kagle,
(aoinly of Cass, and Stale of Ne
braska, as required by law, signed
by I lie required number of resi
dent freeholders of the said vil
lage, setting forlli that the ap
plicant is a man of respectable
character and standing add a
resident of the Slate of Nebraska
and praying that a license may
be issued lo the said C. S. Triini-
ble for the sale of mall, spirituous
and vinous liquors for Ihe. period
of one year from Ihe date of the
hearing of said application, in a
building situated on lot ten ;10).
in block eighteen (I8 of (he said
Village of Kagle, Nebraska.
C. S. TIU'MMLK,
pril V, I l 3. . Applicant.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
lu the Mailer of the Application
of Henry 11. Wiedeinan for
This is lo certify that llcm.v II.
Wiedeinan, of Ihe Village of
(ireeuwood, Cuss couiily, Ne
braska, tiled a petition in the oflice
of Ihe village clerk on April 9,
I'.ll.'t, as required by Ihe statutes
of the state of Nebraska and the
ordinances of I lie Village of
(ireeuwood, to sell malt, spiritu
ous and vinous liquors for the
municipal year, in the
building situated on lot No. 277,
on Scocml street, in said vil.age.
L. II. DAFT,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Notice js hereby given to all
persons interested and lo Ihe pub
lic, that Ihe undersigned, (I. G.
Williamson, has I! led bis petition
and application with, Ihe village
clerk oT Ihe Village of Murdock,
County of tlass ami Stale of Ne
braska, as required by law, signed
by Ihe required number of resi
dent freeholders of Ihe said vil
lage, selling forth I ha! the ap
plicant is a man of respectable
character and standing and a
residenl of the Stale of Nebraska,
and praying that n license may be
issued to I he said U. !. William
son for the sale of malt, spiritu
ous and vinous liquors for the
municipal year, at his place of
business, situated on lots li and 3,
block 18, in said Village of Mur
dock. ff. fl. WILLIAMSON,
April l i, I!M.'I. Applicant.
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r'rmili J. ( 'henry anihi's eath Uml he i ncnli
mrliMT f the Hi in uf K. J. I'hi'iiey A Co., d
iik lnidnrnH in tie' Cltr ot TnlfiR County and
Stub- nfuri'iwlil, and thnt until firm will pujr
the mnn ut USE lll'XDItKO IMUXAItS lr
viii'Ii h nil every cnm Cntarrh Unit mnnot Is)
fiireil by tbo une ut Hull' Catarrh Cure,
FRANK J CnENEY.
Swurn to tirfor me nml milmcrllied In my
fnvn-l till Utu (Uy ut IH'OC'llllMT, A. I)., 1SSU.
Sent. A. W. (il.KASON,
thill' Cnturrh ('urn I taken Internally and
nets ilirevtly um the IiKmhI and murotm sur
f.iren uf tile system. Send for testlnninlnK
t J. CIIKNEY CO., Toledo. O.
S"lil by all Pruirkttsta. 7.V. .
Tuko Itull't family 1111 for ronatlpattua.
Wilkinson & .all
The holding of successful sales
is our line. Our interests are with
the seller when it comes to getting
every dollar your properly is
worth. For open tlates address or
call either of us nt our expenses
by 'phone. Dates can bo inndo nt
the Journal oflice.
YILKINSOH & HALL-
slny in this city.
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