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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1900)
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A WHITE PATH.
HERE is only one kind of Cleanliness, but
there are many kinds of soap. There is
only one destination, but there arc many
paths that lead to it. If you want the short
est and safest road to Cleanliness, it is paved with
Ivory Soap. Neither man nor clothes ever get
beyond the cleansing power of Ivory Soap. Its rich,
creamy lather extracts every particle of dirt ; but
it stops at the dirt 1 Ivory Soap it floats.
0T"f IMI if 14 0tlt CO. ClftCMMTI
V. I.. McMII,I,AN.
9ne year .
PUHLISIIKD KVKItY PIUDAY
Entered at the post office at Ued Cloud. Ncb.as
econd claim mall matte:.
l.tchl adTertlrliiK .' cents per line per Issue
Loral Advertising fur ciiUTtalnmsnt.". con
ens, socials, etc . Klveti by t turn lie", charitable
( ktlc etc . where all monejs rnlsis-1 there
from areiiK'd wholly for church or charitable
octette, first ten Unci free mid nllou-rlcn
Hues 'J(i ceiitH iHir line per Issue.
I.ial advcrtMnx of culurtiilnmciilv concerts,
recitals, no. where per cent Is Klven to pro
moter, 6 cents per line per Issue.
Ono column ir montli . . IT (
One half rolunin per month ......... ... . 3 U)
One fourth column t-r month 1 75
General display advertising cents -cr
Inch per Unite.
0. II. DKITItlUII,
Of Adam County.
For Secretary of t-into.
I) W MAItSlI,
Of Illi'linrdsou County.
For State Treasurer,
Of Cummliig County.
For Htulo Auditor,
of Sheridan County.
For Attorney Oeneril,
K. N. l'UOUT,
Of (lage County.
Kir Commissioner l'ubllc Lauds,
C.KO I). KOLI.MKU,
Of Nuckolls County.
For Superintendent Iubllc Instruction,
W. K. FOWI.KIt,
Of Washington County.
Fir Congressman, Mil District,
W. S. MOltt.AN,
Of Ited Willow County.
For Slate HeprcM'iilatlvo,
CIIAh K KICKS,
For Cotiuly Aitornej,
K. V (A CIIMAN.
For I ho llrit tune (luting the lifty
yetirs of limitation of the project fur the
construction of tlio interoce:uiie c:in:tl
tho liotiso of representatives has enter
ed upon the consideration of a meas
ure to actually autborizo tho building
of tho canal. Many times prepara
tions bearing upon the subject have
been before the house, but tbia is tho
Urst(time positive action can be predicted.
While tho Presbyterian aro discus
sing n change of creed, the Methodists
are talking of a change in the rules
governing conduct. There is a section
of tho Methodist discipline that pro
vides .for tho trial of .all church mem
bers guilty of dancing, playing at
games of chance, or attending thea
tres horse races, ciieuses.duiii'ing par
ties or dancing schools. There is also
a rule making it obligatory for minis
ters to exhort tho people "not to adorn
themselves with gold or peat Is nr coolly
uppaiel." When a go d sister appears j
in chinch udoitied in an ixpeiishe
Kfiter bonnet, or when a preacher, or
a bishop wears a gold watch chain
tho act is technically censurable.
Neither tho inhibition of personal
ndornment nor tho rule ngainst danc
ing or theatres iss rictly enforced any
where among the Methodists of tho
United States and In tho neighborhood
of the largo cities these rules have bo
come obsolete. The movement toward
more liberality in such mutters has
been especially noticeable in the last
The it-forms which .vero seemingly
going to bo inaugurated by what is
called the Anti-saloon League have as
all such teforms sooner or later will be,
assumed tho attitndu of personal per
secution. Two petitioners applied for
license and at tho meeting of the coun
cil license was granted to ono and a
remonstrance held up the other. Why
was this done? Not because the peti
tioner on the ono side had run his
place of business in stricter confoimity
to the law than the other, but upon
the biisi of ono having an enemy or
two who want to gut even. The idea
is that certain members of this oignni
zation have been led to put their uumo
to n remonstrnnco which gives theso
ono or two the better-hand in a mat
ter where personal interest and per
sonal halrtd have como to glou' over
thoir enemy. On last election the Otis
ines men and loidents of our city
spoke in no uncertain nitnner as to
the course they wished to -ee puiMicd
il'.ting the iift year in tegnrd to a
loon That win the N-ue :uul politic-,
for the timo being weie cist aiide
Do these batbi-d win. Ilnur-ei uttd.
i-'it load liuyetsiif liiiggu--, ngi ti'til'.iliul
lllipienii lil, twine and bunse In-lit w
that the people who love the cicdit of
Ued Cloud are going to submit? Not
on you lettet S
The president is well pleased with
the Republican platforms adopted by
stateconvenlious so far held, East and
West. The general indorsementof the
administration policy in regard to ex
pansion is regarded as indicative of
republican sentiment throughout tho
country. Thero was some fear that
someof tho uiombors of congress would
seek to havo thoirstatoconvoutions in.
dorse their action in regard to Po. to
Rico and s ok to mako tbatllegislation
the model for the futuro legislation in
connection with the now territory.
There is every indication that tho
expansion .olemont .of tho democratic
party in Texas will control the coming
state;convcution. A delegation strong,
ly favoring tho retention of tho Philip
pines will likely bo sent to tho Kansas
Oity convention. Congressman Uaili y
isltho only domocratio leader in tlio
state who is opposed to tho expansion
policy. Judge Reagan, former (Jover
nor Hogg, and a uumborof other prom
inont parly leaders aro expansionists,
and their inllueuco will bo all powerful
inthe stato convention, overthrowing
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Council met at Mayor's ofllcc on May
1st, for the purpose of settling up the
business of the jear Present, Mayor
While and Alderman, Finch, Spokes
Held, llollistcrand P.ifc
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved.
Auditing committee reported that
they had examined tho books of the
City Treasurer, city clerk and water
commissioner and found them correct.
Report was adopted.
Committee appointed on settlement
of water rent of A. C Hojmer report
ed that they had made settlement of
account for note for $35.00, the same to
bo paid in printing for city. Report
The report of tho Water commis
sioner was then read and upon motion
Report of clerk was next read and
Repot t of the city treasurer was next
read as follow and adopted.
Iteportof O. W.Dow, city treasurer, to the
Honorable 'mayor and city council for the year
ending My 1. IWj.
Itccelved from county treasurer t Jio 30
Transferred to general fund
Itecetreil from county treasurer .......
Transferred to general fund .. .
Received from county treasurer
Transferred to general fund.
FlaUnce ou hand May 3, lW . I
Kecelred from county treasurer
' " Judgment fund
' " sidewalk fund
' road fund .......
" ' water fund .
It Is sold
W$ l'iii-i ".Mit.lr3
- IMC 19
- 210 39
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
ana cncenuiness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it Is not uncommon
for a child to be born
i3 afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin-
ati-i fori nftn If th
urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child
reaches an ape when it ahnniH h atd n
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these Important organs. This unpleasant
trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
mc mna ana tne immediate ellect
awamp-Koot is soon realized,
by druggists, in fifiy
cent ana one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mall
free, also camnhlet tell.
ing all about It, Including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
frfim llff.ril- rHtrr4 If usrltlnf fir If ltmr
& Co., Blnghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Items of Bwftui!loot.
Paid out on warrants ..
Ilalance on hand Hay 1, 1W
Ilalance on hand May 3, 1 W9 . ...
Hecetved from W. It. I'arkcr, license...
" " J. E. Keilcr, license...
Paid out on warrant"
Ilalance on hand May 9. !JJ
Ilalance on liand Mny.'l. I!'9
Received from comity treaurer.
Paid out on wartAnt."
Dale nee on hand May 1, 1100
Ilalance on hand May 8, 1J-
Received from Dickerson
Paid out on warrants
HalHiiceon baud May 1, W
Total cash on uaud .May 1, U0.
- 13 T4
I 217 S3
. 1177 00
.. !12M li
.. il.'W T3
i M 15
.. 71-4 US
. 619 3Ti
. VU 93
s "2 a
1 135 SO
.. M 21
. IC50 (fi
.. UU) 00
. 109 90
.... i 13 71
Water l.c.y fund r 93
Water Tax fund 109 W
Total cnli on Irnud May 1. 1900 1376 PI
Hc'pcct fully xuumltted,
(;. W. Dow. City Treasurer.
The following claims were then al
lowed and wnrrauu-i ordeted drawn in
payment of same.
fieo. SinoUer, ulKht watch !li oo
K. A. Parkcs, Jr. labor 2 '
( loyd Camming, ' ..... 7,"i
- 31 10
. 4) CO
Dan Lludsey, "
T. J. Ward. '
Win. Harris, "
T. W. Hatfield,
Curtis llatileld. "
Win. Ktuertou, "
Traders Lumber Co
T. .1. Ward, water commissioner
W. E. Hlfe. tallow
Ilohrer it. Kame", borlug wells.. ..
O. W, Dow. coal .
W W. Wright, supplier
O W. Dow, supplies
J. .M. Sellan, engineer
Claims of W. L. McMillan, L. E. Tail
and J. 11. Mercer laid over.
'ihe nw mayor was next sworn in
and aNo Alderman elect C li. liollis
ter and John CullVtli.
City clei k was tlu'n &wirn in and the
old eiiiiiu'ii alj miueilsine die
Ued Ciond.Miiy 2, 1000.
Couneilmet at Fit email's hall. Meet
IliL' called to nrdi'i- liv Mnvnr Wnn-nn
present Alderman Finch, Spokeslield,
it .. tif. .(.i
nuiiistcr, anu urimtn.
Mayor sworo it G. W. Dow as city
Rond of G. W. 'taw nreaontoH ami
read and upon motion accepted.
Bond of J. E. Ketler as clerk present
ed and read and upon motion accepted.
reimon oi 11. tl. Maker for position
of street and water commissioner pre
sented read and placed on filo.
Petition of W. T. Hnhmr fnr nndtlnn
of uightwatch presented and read and
uiuereu iiiuceu on me.
Telition of Wm. Harris for position
of uightwatch nnd marshal presented
and read and ordered tiled,
Petition of Geo. Smelser for position
of nightwatch prcseutcd and read and
placed on tile.
Petition of John Polnicky for liquor
licence accompanied by bond in sum
of 15,000 ami also cortified check for
$1,000 was presented and read and bood
examined by council.
It was moved that petition be filed,
bond approved and license planted as
prayed for. Motion carried.
Petition of M M. Stern for liquor li
cense presented nnd read and bond ex
amined Remonstrance ngainst isuanco of
license to M M. Stern presented and
read and it was ordered that Friday
nlternoon, .May 4, lJ0O, nt 2 o'clock p.
in. bo set a timo of Hearing said re
monstrauce. Mayor announced tho following a p.
This most aggravating and tormenting of ail skin diseases is caused by nn acid condition of
tne bioou. aim unless relieved inrouen ccruun ui&iruiiicuidiiucs iuu muui
of this acid twison reaches the skin and it becomes red and inflamed. The itcning
almost unliearable, especially when overheated from any cause. The skin seems on
and buniine are
ire, sleep or rest is
It lis nvMniielail
impossible, tne tiespcrale suttcrer, regaruiess oi consequences, suuuuhuuh "" "U"1" , ,
Thisbunung, itching humor apticars sometimes in little pustules, d scharg tig a sticky fluid, which
forms crusts amf scales. Airain the skin is dr'. hard and fissured, itches intensely, bleeds and scabs over.
Airain the skm is dry.
Tftia la n nijful nml c 1,1,1 w-tf-rt 'nrnl nf llli rlicpnce.
While Eczema, Tetter, Kr-sipclas, Salt Rheum and many like troubles are spoken of as diseases of
the skin, they are really blood diseases, because
THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION
WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE.
If the blood is in a pure, healthy condition, no poisonous elements can reach the skin.
External applications of washes, lotions and salves sometimes mitigate theitcliing and soothe the
inflammation, but cannot reach the disease. Only S. S. 5., tlie real uioou memc ne, can uuuus
S. S. S., the only purely vegetable remedy known, is a safe and permanent cure for Eczema and all deep-seated blood and
skin troubles. It goes direct to the seat of the disease, neutralizes the acids nnd cleanses the blood, re- nforces and invigorates
all the organs, and thus clearsthe system of nil impurities through the natural channels; uicbkiu reucveu, an muamuiauon
subsides, ana all signs ot ine disease disappear.
Mrs. I.efa M ltodmin. of Cnrdlnirton, Ohio, savs he was afflicted with Scrofulous sores and Kciema
from birth Her face at times became v badlv Mvollen that she was not recoKtiliablc, and her limbs
and hands were verv sore bhe was treatnl bv all the doctors In towu without being benefitted, and in
her researches for relief, was told by nil old phvoiclan to take S. S, S She followed his advice nnd was
promptly cured, Hnd has never had a return of thedleae This was eventeen yeatsatjo. She sincerely
believes she would have been lo her t;raxe years ago but for S. S. S., and adds, ''what it has done for me
It will do for others "
Co,,,l fnrnnrlirtnl: nn rUnrxl anil Sliin n!cA"S. nml writ our nhvsipinns full vnhout VOllr
case; they will cheerfully give any itifoniiation or advice wanted. Wc make no charge for this. Address, Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Gi.
pointmenta which were confirmed by
Street and water commissioner aud
day marshal, J. W. Kinsel.
Night police, Geo, Smelser.
Engineer at water works, J. M Sel-lars.
President of council, M. Finch.
Rills of E. W Ross and S. West were
Geo, Smelser was sworn in as night
Upon motion council adjourned un
til rriday at2p in.
Alfalfa looks lino in this locality.
Not much corn planted yet owing lo
cold weather and dampness.
John Piclaud daughter Aggie went
up to his father's on Monday night.
Rev. Hilton of Lincoln preached in
the Christian church lut Sunday morn
iug. Some folk are Gating "gulden '-as."
alieaiiy and the fill itieii ate haiug ice
John James and wife, Albert Henry
and family visited Sunday afternoon
with Alex James.
W. G. Shannon remained at Mr.
Rolands' over Sunday on account of
the rain and mud.
Mr. West is able to bo around town
again, and Mrs. West is able to get
around the huiise but is far from her
Mr. Armstrong took his cattle to the
pastuto over east last week aud Mr.
Kort placed his herd in Mr. Stabenow's
pasture May 1st.
The fall wheat is rather bashful and
if it is not careful the oats and spring
wheat will got so far ahead that it can
uot catch up this season.
Last week tho Chtisttans held their
convention bore, and they being great
water folks, the steady raiu gave thoiu
an opportunity to show their princi
ples. Owing to tho rain Friday aud Satur
day tho teacher's reading circle failed
atCowlesou Saturday afternoon, aud
the teachers of Rlue Hill did cot get to
visit their sister town.
Rev. Lockwood of tho M. E. church
preached tho anniversary sermon for
tho 1. 0.0 F. lodgo on Sunday after
noon, and delivered a temperance lec
ture at night, both of which were able
discourses, although somo grumbled
at the ideas brought fortli
l'hi-i week tho Sunday school work
ers of Webster county, met al Hltie
Hill and had a line tune during the d is
time and apeeial sessions in the eve
nings. Un O.uoilty evening wi had
the pleasure to hear the clu dron's
song service aud an address by R. H.
Pollock of Beatrice, bothof which were
very elevating. On Wodnesdny eve
uing tho male'quartetto gave some tino
music aud Rev. Edson of Red Cloud
gavo an excellent address summing up
all. Among the visitors from abroad
were Mrs. Alice Pope, treasurer of S. S.
Union, Miss Lillian Smith, L. P. Al
bright, Rer. Dean, Mrs. Braketield,
Rev. Edson of Red Cloud, Mrs. Ramey,
of Indian Creek, O. Baldwia and Mrs.
Jones of Hastings, Grifllth Evans of
Adams County, Rov. Morrow of Guide
Rock and Rov. Day of Cowlos.
Cullius Brothers Enormous Shows
will exhibit nt Red Cloud, Mon
dny, May 14. Cullius Brothers aro up
to dato and havo onzagod some new
and novolacts never before seen with a
circus. Abovyof clover arenic stais,
giving a superb porformanco of rare
merit. Two big bands, two troupes
of trained ponies and dogs, and clowns
galore to furnish amusement fur the
old ani young. A grand free street
parade and freo exhibitions daily at
uoon. Two peiformatices afternoon
and night. Remember the dato, Mon
day, May 14. Admission 10 und 25c.
$ GOliIiIJlS BROS., ENOKpilS SHOWS,
WILL EXHIBIT AT
$ RBD CJLVOXJO,
I Monday, May - 14th.
Twice Larger, Better, Greater than Ever.
? New Performance,
V; aVewr Acts.
&2L- BIG BHNDS' 2
.' Introducing more new and novel features than ever
'$x before presented with a wagon show.
i aPerformanees Jaily,S
VA HFTERNOON RND EVENING.
A Admission 15c cnacl 12oc.
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:.-. ?i.i.'.-.i ;.-. fwi.'..iiit-.ijwi .-,-..i:v .:'. . -..,..- .. .v..s7(i:as.Ift:.-
After May lirst, I will occupy tho
room on corner of M Tin street, oppo
site tho State Bank, wheie I will be
pleased to meet till of my old custo
mers and many new ones, as I carry a
full lino of hardware aud tinware. l)j
not foi get the place in room formerly
known as the "rookery" building which
is being fitted up in nico shape for con
venience of all who are in noed of
goods in my lino.
W. A. Mitciikm,
Try Graln-O! Try Grain-O!
Ask your grocer today to show you a
package of Grain-O, tho new food
drink that takes the place of coffee
Tho children may drink it without in
jury asjwell as the adult. All who try
it, like it. Grain-O his that rich seal
brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made
from pure grains, and the most delicate
stomach receives it without distress
One-fourth the price of coffee. l.V and
'27k per p-tekago Sold by al! gioeer.
B & M. B..Y
llhli il.Ol'D, SEMI.
S'l. LOUIS and
nil points east ami
HE LEX A
SAL'l LAKE CY
i7il all potnti
i VOW m
Homeseokers excursions on May lt
and lAih, and JuuoHli and 10th 1900,
to Arizona, Arkansas Indian Territory
Louisiana, Now Mexico, Oklahoma
Territory, aud Texas. For rates and
further information, apply to local tit
ket agent, A. Conorer.
Who preserve the charms of face and
figure in spite of an increasing family
nnd the care of growing children are
always to be envied. As a preservative
oi ueaita ana
has been hailed
by women as "a
God - send " to
their sex. It
pends. It prac
t i c a 1 1 y does
away with the
pains of mater
nity. It enables
the mother to
nourish the in
fant life de
pending on her,
nnd enjoy the
ness of watch
ing the develop
ment of a per
Mrs Orrin Stiles,
t1 TWlLVfllttfr ttittt..
Co.. Win., writes: il have txien liiteiiilinu to
write you ever since my bahy wan twrn in re.
Bard to what your 'l'aorite I'rexcriMlon ' has
'Mi": for me. I cannot praUe It enoiiRh for I
have not been a u ell for five yearn a 1 nuw imi
In Inly last in art n Kihy boy welsh! n poiiinls.
anil I wnnonly sick a short lime, nml Miice I cot
un have not hail one McUilay I hae not hail
anj internal trouble since I cot up i va not
onl surprl-eil myself but all of my friends litre
nr" surptlseil to ste me so well "
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, every
woman's friend, is sent free on receipt
of stamps to pay cost of mailing only.
Send 21 one-cent stamps for book in tw
per covers, or xi stamps in cloth bind
ing, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
TRAINS LKAVE AS FOLLOW
No. 13. I'HsseiiRer dnlly for Oberlln
Mini &t. Kmncls brunches. Ox
fonl. McCook. Denver ami Kit
points west S:JJ ra
No, 14. Passenger ilnlly for fct, Joe.
KitiiM city, Atchlfon. St.
Louis. Lincoln vIa Wymote
nml all points cast and south S:1S p.m.
No. IT. Passenger, dally, Denver, all
points in Colorado, Utah aud
No, 18. Passeiiiter. dally for St. Joe.
Kansas City. Atchison, St.
Louis and all points cast and
,. ... Mh I0:20a,m,
.so, 141. Accommodation, dHlly except
Miiiday. Hastings, Oraud Is
land, IIIhcIc Hills and nil
points In tho iiorthwct I ;ofl p m.
'o. H3. Accommodation, dally except
Miiiday. Oberlln, Kansas, and
Iniornii'dlate stations, via He
imhlh an t2:3up.m.
N' '-I l'nlj;l)t, .liill, W'jmort- and
M .loo and liitcru-ediate
Nn. 3. Fri-lRlu. dally for llopiiblican
tirli-aus.tixford and all points
.. "'est . .. lO.loa.m
No. 60. I-relent, dally except Sunday
v ., f.or Wymoreanrt nil point oast 6.15a m.
No. 173. Freight dally to Oxford and
Intermediate points 1:30 p.m
Sleeping, dlnlnit, and recllnlne chair cars,
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold Dd
bKKKe checked to any point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information. Ume tablet, maps or Uekeu
call on or address A. Conorer, Agent, Bed
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Prancla, General Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
3tat sr NmaAiKA. I..
WlSITIB COUMTT, f M
dcis4mM'r0' th" e,Ut f Luc,nd A1en
Notice 'li hsrebr given to all persona baring
c. lmV?d demandsafralnst Luclnda Ayers, Iste
?I.V!.'il"ter S0."" dc"ed. thst the time nxed
i?r !!ln5 Sr m' "Ralnst said estate Is six
months frous the 28th day of April. 1900. All
such persons are required to present their
claims with the vouchers to the county Judge
of said county at his office therein, ou or before
hoJOthday of October ItXfl.and all claims so
lied wltl he heard before the said Judge on tho
AM day ef October, 190t. nt in o'clock a m.
n,.i xm u ,..:'A,BI, Iu"r. County Judge.
Dated March 21th, ltfuD.
State of Nebraska, I..
Webster Coiintr, f"
mnm li0"""" our, bcld at he founty Court
WUi?A.u"iwu county, Saturday. April
delceasedI"atCr0' th e8,ll,e of chRrlc8 Schultz,
in?i,,,.K'!"li,Kinn1 1"nS Jhe petition of August
?h. S !' V.ry,?B. "!?' ib0 histruments filed on
hf.fu-'tfi1" AR.r"' 10w' Rl"1 purporting to bo
he last III anil Testament with codicil there-
nr'nJi d V no eul1 'Incased, may bo
pi?,Tli,.?PipI7)e!,PrP.bMcd' ocd and re
S?m . i ,llelat Will am Testament of tho
oSmiV RnJe 'V,,u' rtct,ee'. i"l H'ftt the ex
hiiiihB .'ini i'i,t,.l'.uwc,l.t mnr he committed
granted to Hoberl Damerell as executor.
fu.mnM1 w".,m',s nBSK'iM for hearing snl.i
n .r I,,. I'.t" nU !,,!rsu'", Inter, tied In snid
"' 'tt' ; comiiy. and show cause why tho
m 1 ii,ne,i'f0 '1eri,r,u"ll'l not bo grantediniid
uini iiotico of the pendency of said netlilon
and the hearing thereof, be Rfven lo 1 or.ou"
luiercsted In said matter by Vmi 1 Uhliig a ce y
new'.?,? 'nr i!,"',6. He,,t ,Ia ChlefS week' ly
e.sv 'J.CL'1 'J,'1 '? Ml'lcoiinty for three sue
(Alrae mSt f prlor ,0 im da? of hewing.
tiruecopy.) James Durrr,
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