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TEAMSTERS AND EMPLOYERS
I WILL FIGHT IT OUT.
EXPRESS COMPANIES ARE FIRM
Sheriff Barrett Says That at First
Outbreak of Trouble He Will Call
, for Troops Strike Will Spread and
j May Tie Up Building Trades.
Chicago, May 24. All prospects of
peace in the teamsters' strike have
disappeared and it win he open war
from this time on. The last confer
ence locking toward a peaceable ad
justment was held between James B.
Barry, business agent of the drivers'
union, and the local managers of tho
seven express 'companies. The con
versation was brief and pointed.
Business Agent Barry opened the ne
gotiations by saying: "Our position
is this. I want all the men reinstated
except those who have been guilty of
violence. I cannot do anything dif
ferent. That is what the local union
wants, and that is what the local offi
cers have told me to demand. That is
all I, can do The men told me that
thes' all want to go back in a body
or. they wont go back at all. That is
the position of tho union and the
Tho reply of tho representatives of
the express companies was brief. It
was: "Our opposition to the rein
statement of the men will be the same
four years from now as it is today.
"We will not take them back under
This hrought the conference to a
close and all parties concerned in It
Immediately left the city hall.
Lumber Drivers Join Strikers.
The spread of the strike was not as
large as was anticipated. Four hun
dred and sixty-two drivers, employed
by twenty-eight firms belonging to the
lumbermen's association, went out.
In each case the men were ordered to
make deliveries to boycotted houses
and tho usual strike followed. Other
firms, to thq number of fifty-five be
longing to the lumbermen's exchange,
will make similar requests of their
drivers and by tonight it is expected
that tho full number of 2.000 drivers
employed by these lumber concerns
will be on strike.
A meeting of five associations, em
bracing 135 firms owning planing
mills, sash and door factories, etc.,
was held and it was decided to call
ujton their drivers to make deliveries.
This will force out 1.800 more men.
Unless tho strike is settled, the car
penters, stone masons and other affil
iated organizations arc bound to be-'
come involved in the difficulty.
Situation Alarms Sheriff.
The city officials and Sheriff Barrett
feel well nigh hopeless or being able
to maintain order in the lumber dis
trict and at the same time protect
wagons in the downtown streets, as
they have been doing. It lias there
fore been determined that at the first
outbreak of rioting, such as marked
the strike ten days ago, a tall will bo
made on Governor Deneen for mili
Sheriff Barrett said: "At the first
outbreak of trouble which in any way
approaches the rioting we have had,
I shall call for troops. I will do every
thing in my power to maintain order,
but the minute it gets beyond me I
will appeal to the governor."
The troops which will first be or
dered out if the necessity arises com
pose the First brigade of tho Illinois
National Guard, commanded by Brig
"adier Geneftil George M. Moulton. It
comprises tho First, Second, Seventh
and Eighth regiment of infantry, tho
last being a colored regiment, and the
First regiment of cavalry, in all,
about 4,000 men.
Every preparation has been made
for a prompt response by tho National
Guards and a large consignment of
xiot cartridges has been received.
Must Answer Questions.
Judge Kohlsaat of the United
States district court ruled that Cor
nelius Z. Shea and other officials of
the teamsters' union answer the ques
tions put to them in tho hearing be
fore Master in Chancery Sherman. If
they again refuse to answer they will
be cited for contempt of court.
Judge Kohlsaat also ordered that
thirty-seven men be called into court
to show reason why they should not
be punished for contempt in violating
the injunction of the court forbidding
interference with the management of
the wagons of the seven express com
panies. Twenty-four men were also
ordered to show why they should not
be punished for contempt in violating
tho order of the court issued for the
protection of the wagons of the Em
ployers' Teaming company.
Twelve Men Are Indicted.
The grand jury indicted twelve men
In connection with the death of
Charles Carlstrom, tho member of the
Carriage Makers' union, who died as
Iie result of a beating he received at
the hands of thugs, hired by the offi
cials of the union, according to their
" Curry in Omaha for Recruits.
Omaha, May 24. Frank G. Curry,
the famous stride breaker, is in Oma
ha for a few days to recruit men for
the Chicago Employers association,
to take the place of striking team
sters. Curray came here from Kan
sas City, where he enlisted 450 men
in six days. He is prepared to hire
men for $3.no a day and board and
lodging, with free transportaiic to
and from Chicago.
60LDFIELD BANK FAILS
Twenty-one Dollars in Cash Found In
Safe After the Failure.
Goldfielu, Nov., May 24. Warrants
have been issued for the arrest of J.
Young, president, and James R. Bcals,
cashier, of the closed Goldfield bank,
charged with embezzlement, and for
Francis A. Burton, a promo' or.
charged with obtaining money under
false pretenses. All day long the
street has been crowded with angry
depositors. Mrs. Burton, a confinucn
invalid, denies absolutely any connec
tion of her husband with the bank,
other than as a depositor. Depositors
have been found who placed appro .i
mately $500 in tho bank Saturday
and the examination Monday showed
$16.05 in nickels and dimes and a $3
gold piece. The stockholders' com
mittee finds that no balance had been.
taken in the bank for six weeks. On
May IS funds- were removed aggregat
ing $43,500 with absolutely nothing to
show for it. '
Pride, ill nature and want of sense
mxe the three great sources of ill Ban
Wednesday afternoon as Geo P.
Alexander, rnral carrier on Route No.
2 was going home his team became
unmanageable and ran away upsetting
his wagon spilling George into the
ditch north of John Kncsons. The
glass in the door cut him quite badly
about the head and face and the jar of
being thrown against the 6ide of the
wagon loosened a rib. Geo. however
drove th rest of the way home and
delivered his mail, but has since been
confined to his bed nnd S. Filield is
delivering his mail. His many friends
hopeto seehimagnin in his wagon
when he can explain "How itbal
Frederick H. Abbott, editor of tho
Daily and Weekly Colnmbns .Tournnl.
was in Monroe Fridny afternoon. Ho
informs us that he is constantly striv
ing to make his patior tho mo-t newsy
paper in Platte comity. If poreorvrtv
anco and push can improve Ins paper
it will certainly bo iniprnveil,.ilthongh
it now has few equals and nn superiors
in this county. m
James E. North of Colnmbns was'
in onr city Friday on business.
Arthur Watts transacted business
between trains in Colnmbns Friday.
The Village Board have had tho
town pump, the only fire protection
we have.agnin repaired nnd tested the
noFO on Friday. Wc retire cow with
a greater feeling of security tfar.n wo
have experienced for some mouths.
O. S. Janeks is again able to bo on
the streets after having been confined
t3 the house foi over three weeks with
aserere attact of rheumatism.
School closed on Friday after a very
successful year. A great many of the
patrons visited the schools ou Friday
afternoon when a program was ren
dered by tho children.
Miss Weeks, teacher of tho primary
room in onrpnblic school, will start
tomorrow for a "long visit with her
mother in Auburn N. Y.
F. K. Strother of Pnmroso was in
Monroe Thursday on business.
Mre.Alur transacted business in Co
C.E. Smith is receiving a visit from
bis mother and two brother-, from
JS. J. Vercy is again on duty on the
dairy wagon after about a 10 -days "tus
sle with the grip. "
""Thehouse"movorfroin Gonoa mov
ed the large granary of Wm. Wolistera
onto his farm nnd tho old store build
ing of Mrs. Suttous onto her farm
Fred Watls of Genoa who is now
serving on the federal jury in Oumhn
spent Sunday and Monday hero the
guest of relatives.
"" Miss Eva . Larson of. Genoa visited
relatives and friend hero Snnday.
Miss Osborn of Genoa spent Sunday
Mrs. Andrew Larson and daughter
Mande from tho Looking (Jlnss neigh
borhood spent Snnday in Monroe the
guests of Mrs. E. Watts.
J. M. Head who lias had a severe
sick spell was up town for tho first
time last Saturday.
Farm work near hero is progressing
very rapidly, planting is boing posh
ed with all the energy the farmers
possess. At the seed farm a few teams
are beginning to cultivate tho grow
ing crops but generally tho planting
is not quite completed.!
Loup and Platte Valley.
Ono reads and hoars so mnch abocr
storms nnd water that I must tell the
news in that line around here. The
whole country aronnd Gardiner was
under water. Untitling down alone
tho V. P. track to Duncan it Hooded
the whole town which has never hap
pened before, in tho history of the
town. But the most interesting fact is
that tho water stands in the sandhills
just as it did M years ago.
Wednesday it came within a quar
ter of a mile of the two Boss places
so that they had to go and dam it cp
in order to hold it back. The hail
also did considerable damage espec
ially to fall grain.
Mrs. John Lis. a polish woman liv
ing at Gardiner got scared when the
6torm cams up, thinking a cyclone
was coming. Sho gathered her child
ren, (her husband was not athome) to
go to a neighbors house aboni ."iO reds
away. Sho told tho bigger ones to
go on while she got tho baby and
picked it up in her arms and followed
the rest but she was overtaken bv the
hail and sought shelter in a grove
till the storm was over.
A good many people tamed ont
Sunday to fee tho water in the hills:
there is fine boatinc now.
Cheap rates ono way to California.
Puget Sound and the Northwest coun
try, daily until May lsith. Low home
seeker's round trip rates March 21?t
to eastern Colorado, the Rig Horn Ra
sin and North Platte Valley wiiero
there is an excellent chance of getting
in on the ground floor ahead of the
crowd and pink up bargains in irrigat
EASTERN TRIPS. If you are con
templating an eastern trip this spring
lettor write mo for information. Wo
will probably lie able to oiler yon
money saving suggestions.
L. WVWakeiy, Gen. Pass. Agent.
L. F. Rector Ticket Agent.
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ELY MOTHERS, 56 Warran St, Ntw Yrk.
ight tf& Blaz&'to Him
What was reported la the Daily
Journal last Saturday as an attempted
burgle ry at the residence of W. W.
Rathbnrn in which Mrs. Rathburn
was assaulted while attempting to
protect her tbrce vear old baby from
the midnight intruder, turns out to
be ono of the most sensational inci
dents that ever occurred in Columbus,
involvirig a oright and popular yonne
mnn from cno cf Columbus' oldest
and best families.
Soon after the midnight incident of
Thursday, Slav J 7. thiro was a rumor
current on the streets that Will Leh
man one of the vnnnir proprietors of
thn Tiiruston Hotel. was the man
who had broken into tho house of W.
W. Rathbnrn. and who had the as
sault upon Mrs. ilatiiburn. and that
ho had loft the c'nv.
Later developments fnlly confirm
this rumor, nun as : ro.r.!t Will Lch
man is a voluntary iiu from home
and lrom NJimskr. for n period of
fivo years, under rnin of foiTeituro of
&3C00 shoald he return within that
time ccepj in tho event of the ser
ious ;lmess of a urar relative.
Will Lehman and his fathor.GPorgo
L hmau, signed a lond last Sarurdnv
which contains tho aforesaid condi
tions, nnd Will Lehman left the city
Sunday morning in conformity there
Accordiug to the terms of tho bond,
Mrs. Rat burn fotogons ail compensa
tion for physical injuries provided her
assailajt is kept or.r of her presence
for tho period of five years.
On his part Will lXiman made an'
affidavit in which he admit that he
was at tho Rathbnrn home in an in
toxicatrd condition on th nisiht of
May 17. Ho doemros (hat ho has no
rocolltction of any difficulty or alter
cation with Mrs. Rathbnrn and he
does Jiot recall assaulting her. In fact
he. itoclarcs that he remembers uothiug
that occurred after eleven o'clock
that night He savs that ho wns urink
ins hard on tho Iitrh and 17th. and on
tho night of the ITt'u was deeply in
toxicated. Ho swears that he had
never at any previous time visited Mrs.
Rathburn and ho declares hau he does
not Know" when or why or how he
gained ndmissiou to her apartments"
on the night of May 17tb. Ho aiso as
serts that Mrs. Rathburn had never
given him any reason. "es.procs or
implied, by vu::d or act. by hint or
intimation, to htlievo that he might
visit her at her hme iNr elsewhere, "
and ho dei.Hre- that lie is entirely
uconscions of having .jiono anything
onr of tin way that ihr
Will Lchnmu is a crnduate of the
Nohrasks, University, is a yonng man
of warm heart ami pleasing personal
ity Bud excellent business qualifica
tions. Bur -it is. said ho is n slave to
periodical cravings for liquor and that
when nnder its influence Ho seems to
George Lehman when seen by a
Journal reporter this afternoon said
that his son fnlly realized the enorm
ity of thn offense which drinic had lml
him to commit nnd that Will's last
statement to him wns that lie had
taken his last drink.
Thn high standing of tho families
involved and the keen suffering
which is felt by them as woll as by
their friends makes this ono of the
most painful in ndents it becomes a
reporter's duty to record.
Mrs. Rathbnrn 's physical injuries
are not of a serious nature and she
will soon recover from nil but Hie
nervous and mntni shock.
The Platte comity Teacher's Insti
tute will convene in the High School
Building, Columbnr, Nebraska, June
12, IL'05 at S:30 a. m. anil Cuiifinun in
session ono week.
A. E.Winship of Boston, Mass. will
be here the fnll wof-k. Dr. Winsfcip
is a member of tho Massachusetts
Stato Beard of Edncation; editor of
tho '"Journal of Education ;" author
of several books ; has been president f
oi' New England Editorial Associa
tion; of the Edncational Press Associ
ation of America ; of theAinerican In
stitute of Instruction : and is activo
in many public-spirited associations,
clubs and movements.
In securing the services of Dr.
v. mship Mr. Leavy is certainly for
tnnair. C. P. G.uret. City Supt. of tho San
City public school who has done much
iustiru'ie work in Nebraska and Iowa
will also bo here. Sup't. Manvillr
snys of him. "One of tho verj- best in
stitute instructors I over knew. He
is an inspiration, and a power. He
loaves a strong impression, what he
tenches i.s carried into tho schools and
boar frnit. he is business in fine up-
Miss Anna Vaudor Cook who has
been institute instructor in thir
teen different counties in Nebraska,
in eight of which she has returned
to fill second and third engagements,
will have charge of tho primary
A I! persons who are. to teach in
I'latto ronnty the, eusniug year are
evptv.ted to hi present. Willi this
excellent corps of instructors, teachers
eannir afford to miss this institute
undr any circumstances.
The reception to teachers and thoir
invited friends will bo held Monday
evening, June J.
The 'xnminrttions will ho hld ill the
Hish ISJiol asomly room Juno '.
20 21. 2?
Tho "averages 'required will bo tho
amo as previous years.
L. II. LEAVY County Sup't.
Zuelow. tho Schuyler tailor, will
make you clothes that fit woll, wear
well and look well as long as a piece
of thn cloth remains.
Matter of Application ior Liquor
Notice i hereby given that Markus
Vogel and Anton MoschenroRB, part
ners as Vogel & Moschenross. did on
tlie 23rd day of Slay, VM7, file their
apnlication with tho Mayor and cty
council of the-City of Columbus, Platte
ccunty. Nebraska, for a license to sell
m air. "spirituous and vinous liquors at
wholesale only at lot No. 5, in block
No. 5SS, in rhe Second ward of the
Citv of Columbus Nebraska, from
the 11th day of April, lDOa.to the 11th
day of April. 11)00.
If there be no objections.- remon
strance or protest filed within two
weeks from tho 24th day of May, 1903,
said license may be granted.
VOGEL & MOSOHENROSS,
Wm. Beckei, City Clerk.
X PUTTE CEITER X
(Special.) Thomas-O'Shea of Mad
ison was here looking after his inter
O. L. Scbuler is now employed in
Zingg's meat market. '
Tha Platte Center and Humphrey
base ball clubs will cross bats on the
local diamond next Sunday.
Mrs.' Patrick Murphy and daughter.
Miss Anna, wcro Columbus visitors
W. M. Cornelius of Columbus was
in Platte Center Friday.
The dance here last night wasavory
enjoyable affair. About sixty couples
attended and everybody had a good
Nearly all I he sidewalks that wero
washed ont hnvo boon replaced nmi
our citizens have recovered from the
effects of tho flood. Tho damage was
not nearly so great as was at first, sup
posed. H. C. Christianson m accepted
position in the iiuplmieur. t-tnrn cf
Knudson & Larson of St. Edward and
will remove there with his family.
Messrs. Kent and Bruckner uinde
a trip to Albion to inspect tho school
huiltling at that place. On their re
turn they reported that they 'were very
favorably impressed with tho Albion
building and recommended that their
board of education adopt similar plans
for tnn Platte Center school building.
B. H. Schroeder, who is now living
on his homestead in South Dakota,
writes that things are boominrg in
that locality. Land has nearly doubled
in value owing to the building of
M. J. Dugan has disposed of his
farm, two nnd a half miles northeast
of town, the consideration being
$71 ."() iter acrr. Mi. Pagan has net
yet decided wbetbor he will buy an
other farm in this locality or look
Mrs. Edwin Hoare of the Wattsville
neighborhood was in this bnr Holi
day. Rev. Fr. Marion of Columbus con
ducted services at the Catholic church
Sheriff Cnrrig was here Monday
looking after bis farm.
Mrs. K. A. Kehon returned home
Friday from a three weeks visit with
relatives In Ontario.
John Potter of Monroe niaikettri
strawberries bore Monday.
Otto Ralweit cf Grand Prairie
transacted bnsiness here Monday.
As a result of the heavy rain last
Saturday a great many of the farmers
in this vicinity have been compelled
to replant their corn fields, due to tho
washing and packing of tho ground so
that tho seed rotted.
Frank Gerhard t and Ed Ivnvanaugh
of Columbus wore in onr town Sun
day soliciting mpmbers for the
Knights of Columbus.
Platto Center was defeated on the
local grounds by Humphrey yesterday
bv a score of eleven to nine. Errors;
Platte Center, two; Humphrey, tbre?.
Three base hit. Lnsienski. Star on
handed catch, John Horn. Batteries:
Zavldal anil Moore; Perkinsnn and
Lasienski. Umpire, Tom Hoare.
Messrs. Cossairt and Moore hnve
purchased the tubular well drilling
outfit owned by W. Blocdorn.
Professor R. M. Campbell of Hum
phrey visited friends hero Sunday.
Wo understand that several of the
old bachelors of this locality are ser
iously considering the idea of com
mitting the crime of matrimony dur
ing the coming summer. All wo can
say is to wish thorn success in their
nndortaking and arid, that it is high
time for some of thorn to do so if thny
intend to complete it this sido of
Mrs. John Mark was in town yes
terday. F. J. Gooring Sundnyed in the
Matt Sohumachor was here Monday.
Work on tho mill dam is again pro
gressing. Dr. Slater of Columbus made his
nsnal trip hero Monday.
Miss Liz.lo Dunn has aecepted a
position in tho storo of Ripp nnd Oo.
D. D. Roboris contemplates a trip
ro Omaha the latter iwrt of the week.
Messrs. Frank and Mark Carraht-r
spent Suudny with their parents at
E. F. Perkinson is building n new
dwelling house on his farm southeast
Frank Clothor is in Columbus today
on business connected with the ttpecht
Mr. and Mrs. Frod Moybr were
gnosis of thnir daughter, Mr. George
Schoidel. Jr., at this place Sunday.
Tho, Roth Hrohters of Columbus a
are getting the new building of II. N.
Zingg, which was damaged by the
flood, into shape again..
Miss Agnes Carrig of Humphrey vis
ted over Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
R. W. Gentleman.
Mrs. D. O. Lawrence of Oscooln
who has hoop visiting with relative
in thin locilitv, returned to hnr limine
The authorities should insist that
side walkn in the business district be
mndo ot cement, with a five foot goi
tre of tho samo material. By so doing
onr streets would not look like aDem
ocratic political goose pond after every
shower. Build tho walks. Keep the
streets clean and by doing that, build
up the village till it will bo known as
'Pretty Platte Center."
James Burrows of Norfolk is here
this week ongaged in raising his
building on Fourth street above the
high water-mark. Tho chief fault
with most of our buildings is that they
are situated too low on the founda
tions. If a few more brick were used
and the buildings raised from twelve
to twenty inches.tb'en all floors would
be sufficiently high to escape the
The authorities have deoided to
sink a test well at the water works
with the view oi driviag -an eight
inch woll shoald the test show a strat
um of gravel sufficient to guarantee
a flow of water that cannot be pamp
ed dry. The well aow in ase is not
satisfactory, it being only thirty live
feet deep and in case of Sire pomps
dry in less than an honr. Water works
are of little value if the supply can be
easily exhausted, the fact is it should
be inoxbacstible. There should also
be a fire limit ebtabilshed requiring
all new buildings in tho bnsiness dis
trict to be of brick, and as nearly fire
proof as passible. Frame rows are a
continual menace regardless of fire
protection and should be relegated to
When we observe a number of boys,
young men, middle aged men, and
old men congregated on the sidewalks
of a town, and especially on the bridge
railings of this village.engaged in the
pleasant pastime .of .expectorating and
throwing cigar stubs and other filth
where thn parser sbv are compelled to
walk, also going into committae of
the whole, to pass remarks and opin
ions on evev man, woman or child
who is o nnfortuuato as to go by, and
lHissess tho farther misfortune to mind
their own business as they go ro nnd
fro in tho earth and up and down in
it. h wcndi i comes over u., and wo
ask ourselves, where was that mlf re
npectand good manners which is in
herent in every out posessiuir the in
gjincts of a gent Ionian, mislaid when
they were born? Surely Provident e
did not give them n very large supply.
Perhaps Miy are to bo pitied rather
than '.-.itim-d. "V a ennnot distil
blood lrom limn,. , nor garner figs
from l hist lo.. ' nor enn you expect
any regnrd t'or the rights of others
from young or old men who have no
respect for themselves It is a 6bame
nnd a disgrace that a lady cannot walk
a block without having to dodge from
one side of tho walk to the other in
order to avoid contact with the to
bacco spittle of the travesties on man
hood referred to. A man with so
small an amount of respect for bin
self surely possesses no regard for the
rights and comforts of others, and
when delicate womanhood is compell
ed to associate with such men as those
described is it any wonder when sho
discovers herself yoked to such beasts
in tho form of men that so ninny wo
men apply for divorce?
Call on Regan for cheap farm loans,
land and insurance in the old Ger
man of Freeporr.
Some small boys ttiod to steal a
ride on the tank of tho passonget
train last nipht and were promptly
kiektd off bv tho i-ngin'ur. More
powir to his Hot It may tench them
a useful lesson.
Mrs K. A. Kehon will construct a
large implement homo during the
coming year, having the plans now
Mrs. W. O'CalhiPhnn and son, James
C, wore visiting friends hore yester
day. James will return to Pittsburg,
Pa. next week at which place he it
employed by the Peun. R. R. Co.
P. F. Carey has chanced tho inter
ior of his furniture store in a manner
that makes tho effect beantifnl in the
Lawrence Enzmengor was transact
ing businoss in thin villhge Tuesday.
C. L. Scbuler, Albert nnd D. II.
Can ig appraised tho assets of J. M.
Sjeclit. the bankrupt onMonday night,
finding property to thn amount ot
IS."i.:t.". The claims are said to be
over $7M)0 againHt him.
Tho Monroe Telephone Company is
unloading and distributing pules at
this point for the line that will ran
southeast of town. The lice will ex
tend about nino miles and start in
with about thirty subscribers. '
The Platto Center nnd Humphrey
ball teams will play atHumphroy next
Sunday and the boys promise to come
home with the scalps of the Humph
rey nino dangling at their belts. See
that yon do it boys, for they really are
a pndding and well stuffed.
Sidney Eastman was in Albion from
Sunday till Tuesday.
2 Mr. and Mrs. Pibel from Liverpool,
England, arrived yesterday for an ex
tended visit with their daughter Mrs.
A party or fiiends sui prised Will
Jackson last night to help him cele
brate a birthday anniversary.
Mrs. M. .7. Maxwell and little son
Borl aro visiting rclativos in Creston.
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FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
strengthens the urinary organs,
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their druggists and have cured
themselves at home, of such
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These are not easy cases.
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Wine of Cardui docs not irri
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tonic of healing herbs, free from
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In case requiring special directions,
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Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Teas.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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'I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years, pass
ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains. Other'mcdicincs only
gave relief. After taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE the result was
surprising. A few doses started the brick dust, like fine stones, etc.,
and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has done me SI, 000 worth of good."
ft Othtr lfat.y Can Compare With it
Thos. V. Carter, of Ashboro, N. C, had Kidney Trouble and
one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure, and
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