The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1891 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 18, 1891
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mim and DEMTURE of TRAINS, CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND BT. PAtTL, QOIJTO WBST. ISfo No. mvayfrelght Ko, 6 freight •••• GOING BAST 2 passenger 4 passenger 3 passenger 0 freight §g; _... No, 10 way freight No. 14 freight No. girelKht 4 :3T p m 7 :1B a m 11 -.45 a m 8 :17 p m .10 :29 am . o :30 p m ,12 :15 H, in 2:30 p m 10 :t>5 p m IOWA, March 18,1891. LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES, Chicago & Nortliwesteirn K'y. GOING NOETH AND WEST. Freight accommodation o :55 a m Chicago Mall and Express 4 :05 p m GOING SOUTH AND KABT. Freight accommodation 7 :35 p m Chicago Mail and Express 12:20 p m Chicago passenger reaches Des Moines at 7 p. m., Chicago 0 :r>0 a. m., and Kansas City 9 :30 a. in. Tickets for sale to all points In the •Jnlted States and Canada, PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, W. 0. DANSON. , J. DANSON. DANSON BROS., k TTOBNEY8 AT LAW, Algona, Iowa, L Over Comstock's. Office G-EO. E. CLARKE, A TTORNEY. Ofllce over the First National Bank, Algona, Iowa. B. F. REED, AT-I.AW, Algona, Iowa. L TTOUNEY , „ lice lu the Galbraith hlock, Of- JAS. BARR, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SURGEON, ALGONA, IOWA. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., P HYSICIAN and STIKGEON. Office next door to Ford's Warehouse, Algona, Iowa. W. E. II. MOBS!?. J. M. I'lUDK. MORSE & PRIDE. ALGONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D., P B YSICIAN and SURGEON. Algona, Iowa, Office in the Republican building. DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions tilled. Deals in paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner of State and Thorington streets Alfiona.Iowa. E. -32. Sayers, D. V. M., "* Surgeon west of the Thorington House, Algona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. T. M. OSTRANDER, Veterinary + Surgeon Bancroft, Iowa. 'Has his barn ready for tli« sick and lame horses, so bring them along. tflwrges reasonable. For Information in regard to lands in North- Western Iowa, write to the Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA, - IOWA. A. D. CLARKE & CO. ABSTRACTS. Charles Rooswall, Orders by postal card promptly attended to. Residence south of Sponberg's tailor shop. Algona Iowa. F. E. FOSTER, IB Opposite Court House. Algona, Iowa, first class in every particular. Kossuth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a general bunking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. W. U. ING HAM. President. .). B.JONES, Vice President. USWIS H. SMITH, Cashier, Directions— W. jr. Ingham, Jno. O. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis II. Smith, J. W. Wads worth, tiarnet Deviue. Can be made in C months selling Tuiiisou's Atlases, Charts and Wall Maps. Particulars free. H. C TUNISOlf, Chicago, Ills. TO BE SURE ! WE HAVE ON HAND Per 100 Warranty Pond blanks 1*1 on Quit Claim Deed blanks 1 o<> Lease blanks 1 on Real Estate Mortgage blanks 1 oo Chattel Mortgage blanks DOc <& 1 oo Satisfaction of Mortgage blanks 1 oo . Original Notice blanks sue © 1 oo *re<icher's Contract blanks i oo Teacher's Keport blanks 1 oo Teacher's Term Keport Cards 1 oo Laud Contract blanks 1 oo Contract for Building School House blanks 1 00 Notice of Trial blanks 50 Probate of Will blanks co Tax Sale Notice blanks 50 Petition blanks 1 oo A few District Townthlp blanks '.15 <a> 50 Orders on District Treasurer, iu books, each 75 Oath blanks for Sub-Director 50 Blank Receipt Books, each 15 Notes (bound iu books) each 50 Other forms inado to order. We also do all Iliads Of job priming. Address, THE REPUBLICAN, Algoua, Iowa. Court still sits. John-Geoder's ad. Yesterday was Saint Patrick's day. Grandma Heckart is still quite poorly. Legal blanks at the REPUBLICAN office. City solicitor Sullivan is in bed with La Grippe. Old papers at the REPUBLICAN office —6c per dozen. Cora Hart, of Livermore, is visiting friends in town. II. J. Edens returned Monday from a visit to Tama City Mrs. Frank Call of Siotix City visited in Algona last week. Mrs. L. C. Smith is assisting her husband in the recorder's office. The Robins will soon be singing if the warm weather continues. Arrangements are to be made for bicycle races at the fair next fall. If you enjoy a good laugh don't miss the performance of "Squabbles." The Money Barrel concert was well patronized, the house being filled. T. M. Ostrander was in town Monday and Tuesday on business in court. A New York travelling man by the name of Frisbee is sick at the Tennant. II. B. Hallock the merchant king of Burt was in the city Monday and Tuesday. It is reported that the Kickopoo Indians are coming for a two week,s stay. The jury brought in a verdict in favor of Corwith in the Corwith school district case. Supper and social at the Congregational church Thursday night. Supper at six o'clock. Mayor Sheetz and the rest of the administration were inducted into office Monday night. Grant Ramsay left for Minneapolis last niglit to be gone indefinitely—perhaps to remain. A. Hough was in the vicinity of Woolstoek last week and bought four car loads of cattle. The performance of "Squabbles" is full of laughs. If you don't want to laugh don't attend. V. II. Stough will be down from Minneapolis Friday or Saturday to stay three or four days. Chever Hudson has been quite sick for the past two weelcs with .something like acute Rheumatism. Inter-Ocean: We question if Cliap- lain Eozier lias an equal in this country as a patriotic singer. Nothing of special importance has transpired at court this week. The session is drawing to a close. Elmer Slagle is in active service for Uncle Sam temporarily on a run between Mason city and Fort Dodge. Will Clarke a Kansas City attorney and a brother of Geo. E. arrived in Algona last night from Kansas City. Ostrom Bros, will ship their fifth car load of brick for this spring, next week. They are doing a good business. The Bancroft Register underbid all of its contemporaries and will print the premium list for the fair this year. C. D. Eaton, of Wilton Junction, U. S. post office inspector, was in town yesterday looking after Uncle Sam's interests. A. D. Clarke returned from the east last Thursday. Miss Edith Clarke, who has been visiting in Chicago, returned with him. Look over our elegant line of wedding stationery, if your matrimonial prospects are what they ought to be. You want nice work and we can do it. We have just received the beautiful seed catalogue of Jos. Bancroft, Cedar Falls, Iowa. A copy will be sent free to any address. Iowa seed for Iowa land. The Omaha Bee says of Chaplain Lozier: "He is in many respects the peer of John 15. Gough, whom he resembles more than any other living man." John Goeders lias a big announcement of his bargains in spring goods in this issue of the REPUBLICAN. You will need something in his line. Notice the ad. Herman Shultz, of Burt, left Saturday noon for Fort Dodge, where he has a job of driving a delivery wagon for a grocery firm. Herman will make a good hand. The Woman's Home Missionary Society will meet next Thursday afternoon at 2:80 with Mrs. Rev. Whitfield. Election of officers should warrant a full attendance. Some people seem to think that they are under no moral obligations to pay for their home newspaper and so allow themselves to get in arrears for subscription indefinitely. The financial statement of the Mutual Life Insurance company will be found in another column of this issue. It will prove of interest to all who are interested in life insurance. "Deputy Sheriff" Ilolloway tarried in Bancroft over Sunday and returned to his labors at the court house Monday. J. O. Starks, one of our lately married young men, started'Monday with his wife for Nobles county, Minn., where he will engage in farming. W. C. Danson. Howard Robinson and Dr. Morse are the latest to order bicycles. Danson will ride a Giant, Robinson a New Mail, and Dr. Morse a Columbia. John C. Patterson has leased the lower floor of his shop on east State street to Geo. Shelley, who, after the 15th of April, will occupy the same with his marble works. All the Algona papers have been hammering away on the Opera house question and with very poor success, so far as any visible results are concerned. "Who is to build the ball? is still unanswered. At a meeting of the school board held at Geo. E. Clarices office Monday evening, Dr. Barr was elected president of the board for the ensuing year, Mr. Clarke having declined re-election in advance. We have had two applications for a years subscription this Aveek in accordance with our liberal offer to newly married people. Don't be bashful about sending in your name, if you are entiled to the paper. Marriage licenses have beenissued to the following parties: M. W> Ferguson and Annie Dressman, Andrew Shultz and Bertha Gramman, Wm. Nedgel and Bertha Brandt, August Markrof and Augusta Doring. The S. V. boys have arranged a date with Chaplain Lozier for Monday the 30th. The Chaplain is a rousing speaker and a splendid singer. The REPUBLICAN can assure everyone of an evening's rare in-tertainment. Bruner Bros will remove- their barber shop the first of April into the vacant building just east of Winkel's meat market. The new location will be all the more desirable and we wish the boys an increased patronage. Letters uncalled for at the post ofBce P. S. Noble, G. Stelsel, John Simon, Mrs. J. M. Stives, Nellie Smith, Miss Gertie Wheeler, A. W. Webster, T. L. Toothman, C. Taylor, Mrs. L. C. Magers, John McKay, G. W. Bacon. The pitch fork handle seems tax be a favorite weapon up in German* township, and about as expensive as it is popular. It cost one citizen of that township nearly $500 last week forusing a pitch fork handle and another about $60. The Humboldt Kosmos lias let tip in the matter of Chris Krouskup. The Kosinos, it will be recollected, was not pleased Mr. Dolliver's appointment of Mr. Krouskup as postmaster at Humboldt and exercised its hind legs in trying to injure Mr. Dolliver; Henry Munch, of Wlu'ttemore, was in town yesterday and called at the REPUBLICAN office. lie lias sold his property in Whittemore and expects to remove to California about the first of May. He is led to make the change of residence for the benefit of his health. The program for the "Longfellow Entertainment" will be published next week. No pains are being spared to make this one of the finest literary and musical entertainments ever given in Algona. D. A. Buell came home from Florida with hia family yesterday. He left the thermometer registering about 80 ° in the shade down there. On the whole he is well pleased with the southern country, and spent a very pleasant winter. A prominent feature of the "Evening with Longfellow" will be the excellence of the musical program. Several of the solos are from Longfellow's poems, and all of the music is to be of a high character. A treat is in store for lovers of fine music. Prof. G. F. Barslou, of Britt, was a pleasant caller at this office Saturday morning. lie was on his way home to Bancroft to spend a two weeks vacation. Mr. Barslou has been elected as principal of the Britt schools for another year, making his third year at that place—a compliment worthily bestowed. The gymnastic class of the Normal School will give a public exhibition in the Normal Hall, Wednesday evening March 25th. Indian clubs, dumbbells, rings, jugglery and music will be the feature of the evening. Admission 20 cents. Proceeds to go toward paying for the organ. The whole program will be one to please the audience and merits a good attendance. The Algona wheelmen ride irrespective of snow, mud, water, ice, and everything else. They were out in full force Sunday. As many as nine or ten could be counted afc one time, streaking it over the sidewalks, one after another in Indian file. Occasionally some neophyte would take a header off of the sidewalk into a rmid puddle, but sucl tilings don't counSwhen a man is-'lfearn- ing to ride. The date for this Gospel meeting? in the Congregational church has been definitely fixed, and 1 they will begii April 1st. Mr. II. G: Smead, the wel known evangelist of Chicago, who lia& been very successful ib this line of re ligious work, will conduct the services A cordial invitation is extended to in the comunity. The earnest co-oper ation of christains of every name is de sired. The meetings for two or three weeks. will continue The meeting of the Fair directors R. J. Hunt has moved his family to Algona and taken possession of the Hyde house near the Normal School. Mr. Hunt has put in a great many hard days of work on the farm and purpose! now to take a rest. Evidently he ha: made farming pay. We welcome him to Algona. Attorney Pangburn was down from Elmore Monday to attend court. He was present as a delegate at the big Republican meeting at Minneapolis last week. He reports a degree of en thusiasm manifested at the meeting which means that Minnesota is to g. Republican next fall. The first incineration at the new crematorium at Davenport took place Sunday afternoon. The remains were those of Olio Kocher who died last Thursday of Apoplexy. The body was left in the retort tin hour and thirty minutes. This is the only crematory between Detroit and San Francisco. We understand that Guy Scott expects to ride a safety bicycle this summer. How a person who has suffered the loss of both arms, as Guy has, can mount and ride a bicycle is a mystery, but we are told that he has already mastered the high wheel and of course he will have no difiicu[ty with the safety. The K. P. boys to the number of about thirteen went to Bancroft Friday evening for the purpose of assisting Deputy Grand Chancellor Daniels in the work of instituting the new lodge at that place. The boys came back at noon Saturday looking pretty tired and rather sleepy. The goat came home ir. the baggage car in sections. The fire alarm was sounded Wednes day evening about 5:30 and the depart ed responded in good time but the boys were not given an opportunity o seeing how quick they could couple thi hose. The blaze was at the residence of Mr. J. G. Stebbens in the south wes part of town, but was extinguished b; members of the family before the fir department had time to get on th ground. Very little damage was done vhich was held at Sessions' office yes- erday was the largest and most en- husiastic in the history of the society, tbout fifteen directors being present, t was decided to appropriate $500 for aces and to offer a sweepstakes prem- nm this year in every department. The coming fair promises to be very uccessful if the interest manifested by he directors may be taken as an indi- ;a'tion. The attraction at the Court House lall next Saturday evening is the Wade & Lehoyle Comedy Co. in their very aughable piece entitled "Squabbles,"' in which they have appeared in all the eading cities and which has met with abundant success. The piece is said to be laughable in the extreme and the fun is of refined order so that all can en joy it. There will be a great many specialties introduced during the performance, consisting of popular songs, pleasing dances, etc. The prices are 50 and 85 cents. The Thompson Elman assault and battery case from German township was tried before Esquire Taylor Wednesday afternoon. Elman last defendant is foreman of the the Wells farm and Thompson the plaintiff in the case is one of the farm hands. The two men had some altercation when Elman battered the other fellow over the head with a pitch fork handle knocking him down and bruis- ]g his head pretty badly. The court ned defendant $50 and costs which mounted to about $10.00 County at- orney Joslyn appeared for the state ,nd W. B. Quarton for Elman. R. J. Hunt, having rented his large arm in Plum Creek township, will lave a public sale of horses, cattle, arm machinery, etc., on the 25th of klarch. This sale includes some fine graded stock and will be well worth at- .ending. Special attention is directed ,o the horses which will be offered for sale. They are all grade Percherons vnd line animals. Mr. Hunt has been very careful in breeding his horses and n order to enable the purchaser to pay what the animals are worth he offers ,wo years' time in which to make the payments. Read his advertisement in another column. Any wheelman in town who wishes to become a member of the bicycle club just organized, should first see Captain Cooke and make application for membership in the League of American Wheelmen. This will make the party eligible to membership in the club and if the initiation fee is then handed to the secretary—Bert Edmonds—before the next regular meeting of the club, the applicant will be considered a charter member and excused from the payment of dues during the first year. By vote of the club Monday night, charter members will not be required to pay dues in '91. Now is the time to join. The Algona Courier charges that the REPUBLICAN haa done much "to poison the blood of the Republican party" and that it is "bad medicine." Last fall the Courier 1 made the equally preposterous assertion that the Rerun- ICAN was doing good work for the Democratic party. If we really possessed the character the Courier tried to give us last week there might then ie some ground forcharge number one. We can't understand why the Courier should try to make it appear that a man has to be bad medicine in order to do good service for the Democratic party. The bicycle people met at the REPUBLICAN office Monday night and completed the organization of the club. The following were elected officers, President, J. C. Blackford, Vice President, A. L. Rist, Secretary Treasurer, Bert Edmonds, Captain, T. F. Cooke. Everyone who rides or expects to ride a wheel will do well to join the club immediately. All those making application in the immediate future will be rated as charter members and will not be required to pay dues during the first year. The club will until further notice meet at the REPUBLICAN office upon the first and third Mondays of each month. Aiden Benedict will not be here «Ms evening, as announced in the REPUBLICAN last week. Mr. Benedict wa>s originally put down for the 18th, but finding that he could not make Algona for that date, wrote Mr. Nicoulin to change his date to the 27th. This letter was mislaid and forgotten by Mr. Nicoulin, and hence the mistake. The hall was let to the Kickapoo Indians Monday for a two week's ghost dance and sagwa hosdoo, commencing with next Monday. TMs two weeks includes Mr. Benedict's^ d ; ate of the 27th. If the noble red man can be induced to side track his sagwa business for one niglit, Benedict will'be here the 27th. Jas. S. Taylor, wli©>is in. Algona visiting his sister, Mais. J. C. Blackford, has placed on exhibition at the post oflice a large number of Colorado views, exhibiting a* great variety of mountain, canyon, waterfall, mining and herding scenes, all-of which are of wonderful interest and, many of which, as the waterfalls, are of exquisite beau- ity. The photos are t'he work of Carrpenter & Taylor, of Telluride, Colora!;do, of which Jas. S. Taylor is the junior member, and are creditable samples ;|of landscape photography. The scen- ^ery portrayed is mainly that about 'Tefluride, Silverton and* other mining ! and mountain towns. The photographs 3ve for sale. Jones also showed us a fac-simile of the Gold Staats Medaille which the Me- Cormick -'Machine of Steel" won at the great Universal Exposition trials held at Vienna last summer. The McCormick catalogue, which^ by the way, he keeps for gratuitous distribution, Is a work of art and will repay careful reading, while the lithographic poster of the historic battle of the Monitor and Merriniac is the finest thing we have ever seen published. When we take into consideration the fact that the McCormick Co. sold 105,468 machines in 1890 the popularity of their harvesters and mowers and the capacity of their mammoth works affords an interesting subject for contemplation. Two zoological socials were held in town last week, one by the Baptists, at M. 0. Bailey's and one by the Epworth League, at Gardner Cowles'. Both were well attended and were productive of infinite amusement. A lot of slips, each slip containing the name of an animal, are put into a hat and passed around to the company, each taking one and keeping it secret. Strips of card board are then passed and on each card the player writes his name. The cards are then all numbered. This done the leader calls No. 1, who proceeds to the black-board and draws a picture of the animal named on his slip. The picture made, the other members of the company put the number one on their cards and opposite it the name of tfos animal they suppose | the picture is *o represent. Number two proceeds in-the same way, and so on till the last number is called. The cards are then changed and the leader reads the number and the name of the ammal that goes with it. The cards are-checked accordingly and the one the largest number correctly prize and the one who lias the least? gets a "booby" p?5ze. It is amusing when the drawer Jias to make the picture of an animal Uis never saw or heard' of and of is equally hard for the rest to tell what the picture is'intended to represent. Very popular, very smali! 1 , - very good. DeWitt'a* Little Early Risers, the pill for constipation, billiousness, ofek headache. Sold by BV. Sheetz. NOTICE. To the niembfcrs of the Irvi'ngton Ceme- tary Association, that the annual meeting will be heldrat the store of .'3*. J. Oleson, • in Irvingtoa, at 1 o'clock p. m., on Tuesday the 81st of March 1891, for the election of officsrs and such other-business as may legally come before it. G. M. PARSONS, Sec. Henry Wiukie came home from the smith last Wednesday evening. He visited some of the principal points in Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee and reports himself well pleased with the country itself, so far as its climate and natural advantages are concerned. He was disappointed in the people, however, and.would not care to settle down on a ranch in Georgia, with corn crackers, snuff dippers and clay eaters for his next.-door neighbors. All the intelligence and wealth in some parts of the south seems to be concentrated in the cities while the country is given up to the "niggers and poor whites" and is at least 100 years behind the times in the matter of intelligence. 1 , and modern ways of living and doing business. Henry was very pleasantly surprised upon meeting a couple of Algona girls—Emma Zahlten and Susie Gilbert—on the streets of Ghatanooga, they wish to be remembered to their friends in Ivossutli. "Five hundred acres of Kossuth soil is a fortune for any man," said the Algona Courier of last week. Hinchon would like to know if Sam Drake would be willing to trade his 500 acres in this county for a "print shop." The Courier has devoted much ot v its valuable editorial space lately in fihe attempt to show the people that farming didn't pay, in fact that every man who was in the business was losing money right along. Now Hinchon signifies his willingness to trade off the Courier outfit for a strip of Kossuth county soil and go into the farming business himself. Our only inference is that he must find the Courier very unremunerative. On the whole, we are of the opinion that Hinchon could serve his country fully as well tilling the soil, as he does sitting in the Courier office and copying editorials from the New York Sun and Chicago Herald. What a pleasant rustic figure our cotemporary would make as he circulated aivund among his hogs and cows, with his blue overalls and cotton shirt redolent with the healthy odor of tho barn yard. In our imagination we can see him now, following his faithful mules around over the cornfield at the tail end of a cultivator pondering deep the question why hens don't lay in the winter time. Mr. J. R. Jones will sell the McCormick harvesting machines this year, lie tells us that the McCormick Co. are obliged to make at the rate of one complete machine every minute of the day in order to supply their world-wide demand—the McCormick being almost as well known on the steppes of Russia, the plains of the Danube and in the winter harvests of the southern hemisphere—Australia, South America and South Africa—as it is here. Mi'- Galbraith'^ $2.25 ladies bright dongola shoes are as good as other $3 ahoes. It is quite t'he fashion now to take De Witt's Little Early Risers for liver, stomach and bowel disorders. They are small pills but mighty good ones. AV'Sheet//. I.K. Two high ffrade Percheron Stallions. May be seen at Lacy's livery barn this week only. LEVI HOBSSON. Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup has gained its great popularity simply on.- its true merit. It is equally as good in a ease of deep seated cough as in a freshly taken, cold, as it relieves the cough at once, so that the lungs and bronchial tubes are not irritated by continual coughing.there- by relieving them of all soreness. Sold by F. W. Dingley; 2*37 Sheetz issues regular Go's guarantee to cure all ailments with Kidd's Germ Erad. New spring goods at Galbraith'sv DeWitt's Little Early Risers never gripe or cause nausea. Mild but SUPC, assist rather than force. Best little piil for sick headache, chrooic constipation, dyspepsia. Sold by Dr. Sheetz. Begg's German- Salve is one of-the best skin and pile ointments that iias ever been put up. No family should be without it. Sold by F. W. Dingley. 24 37 "The Behriag Sea Controversy," will be discussed in the April number of Harper's Magazine, in a paper prepared by the Hon. E. J. Phelps, late United States Minister to the Court of St. James. The timely publication of this important paper, written by so eminent authority, is another illustration of the journalistic en- terpsise of this periodical, which never fails to present to its readera the mpst appropriate thing at the most appropriate time. Nothing daes a druggist so n>uch good as to have a medicine that lie e-an guarantee every bottle to give satisfaction. Beggs' Family Medicines are fully guaranteed, so you cannot fail to get satisfaction when you call for them. At Dingley's Those new wide Henrietta- silk dress goods in all colors are very nne, at Gal- braitu's. A beautiful skin,bright eyes.sweet breath, good appetite, vigorous body, pure blood and good health result from the use of De Witt's Ba/saparilla. Sold by Dr. Sheete. Dress-making and stamping done to order. Southwest part of town. 33-23, MBS. WM. CLBAKV. Slio WUH Completely Cured. A daughter of my customer suffered from suppressed menstruation, and her health was completely wrecked. At my suggestion she used erne bottle of Bradfield's Female Regulator, which cured her. J. W. HELLUMS, Water Valley, Miss. Write the Bradfleld Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by Dr. L. A. Sheetz and F. W. Dingley. 21-25 Get my prices on bicycles. Agent for Ramblers, Ormondes, etc. From $55 up. Titos. F. COOKE. Constipation, blood-poison, fever! Doctor's bills and funeral expenses cost about two hundred dollars; DeWitt's Little Early Risers cost a quarter. Take your choice. Sold by Dr. Slieetz. Hudson & Me cabinets, ffw»J}y picture*, Work

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